Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 26, 1952 · Page 16
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 16

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 26, 1952
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J,4 MCHIllWiH AUKANSAS TIMB, tey«tt*viU«, AHwMW, Thund.y, JUIM 2ft, 1*12 r all makes are car- Auto Industry Begins Layoff; Steel Short 218,320 workers In illicM Indus- I I 1 · I A ll I fL I l i k J - J W have be.,, « or industrial Outlook Snaky At Mid-Year; ordered nol (o report for work af ler July 3. The number of workers In allied Industries already off j the payroll Is 186,320. Heavy layoffs are starting In the auto Industry. About 30,000 I gard. By May sales were at a new I high for the year and up six per ^cnt over a year ago. Price aver- I ages five per cent lower, so the fiain is in unit volume. With inventory losses stopped, and costs By SAM DAWSON the end is in sight. New p l a n t and better controller*, snme merchants New York - IIP) . Industry is'equipment may cost industry more hone for a ?0 per cent gain in pro- Labor, Political Uncertainties Blamed The Courts Michigan auto workers alone face | continuing alonj ' i t s "two"-" way I than 24 billion dollars this year, fits this fall, immediate or early layoffs. Gen-! str( . e ( ' Chancery Court Duby Johnson Flatt vs. Wilburn Dean Flatt: decree of divorce to plaintiff restoring plaintiffs maid.- en name of Johnson. Boxinjr as a sport is believed to have been derived torn ancient Greece. Strikers Already Out $253,000,000 In Weekly Checks ritlsburgh sire! strike nf j era] Motors has expanded its lay| of f program to include plants at ISaginaw after previously a n n o u n - Uing furlough schedules for Flint I and Detroit plants. ' Ford and Chrysler say they hope | lo keep production going. The CM ' layoffs, first in the industry, will l/t'l - The great extend into the remainder of this 1952 already h a s j week and next week--unless there u I or one billion more than in record Earnings: Profits should be 1991. But the government thinks higher in the second half -- and dividends liberal. Earnings were down for most manufacturers and W««tb«rprool and Flrvproof · Btiuliiul Colon · PHONE 3011 ? FOB FREE ESTIMATE .-' CLARK VENETIAN ILIND AWNING CO. II WilN«m Those who were in a slump as ,. , , , -, 1952 started and talked loudest i t h a t pl . ans alread y announced for about a depression on the way are I cx P ansion of defense-supporting --'-·· »u ,., U j, t ,,,,,. now claiming lo see a rainbow o f : i n d u s l r i c s =re enough. All p u b l i c ' businessmen in the last half of good business this f a l l . ' a n ( i P r v 'ate building this year is '"51 and the (irst half of 1952. To Those who are just discovering ! r u n n i n S three per cent over last blame: inventory l o s s e s , rising that their customers have all gone/ 5 " 1 w i t h P U D l i c expenditures u p ; operating costs, stiff tax boosts. 25 per cent, chiefly for atomic Many have now written inventory cost Philip M u r r a y ' s 690.000 idle j Is a sudden end to the strike. Some ! steelworkcrs about $253.000,000 in p l a n t s are advancing vacation ' wages. ! schedules hoping that the strike As the strikes goes into its 25th will be settled in the meantime, day with little sign or a break i To Stop Cleveland Plant there are reports of Increasing! At Cleveland, General Motor.' hardship from all sections of t h e ; Fisher Body Division has 1 country. Layoffs in allied indus- ; 100 workers. H expects to halt pro- 1 ' r i e s arc increasing almost h o u r - ! ductlon Tuesday, idling 3,200.1 fishing are wondering if they can work out of their own slump by Christmas. Uncertainly is routine for American business now. Labor troubles top the list, which includes presidential election controversies, and whether p u m p priming is going laid off : !° HWork ' Somc ?' d , - f a d '"« : Fe " °' worries are and defense plants. Civilian goods: These industries ; losses off. Costs continue to rise \ for some, but economy is in style,' look it on the chin. Those consum- '·'" plants. The lay slays . - · . ers who weren't busy paying foreign, but in't g"i"E higher now.; the things they bought on time i Dividends are r u n n i n g five per' during the war - scare buying ! c ent ahead of a year ago -- much sprees started saving their money, better t h a n hart been expected. Capacity to produce was high. Tn-! M o s t companies just aren't retain- * APPED FUN Jr Topsy Turvy Nite Win Free Pouts Starts Friday The Tru« Story ·f fh» Jamn Gang ·nd trra Youngvr Bret. The Great Missouri Raid Stirring McDonald CARET W»nd«ll COREY Elkn MEW Pony Rides Miniature Golf In addition to the 650,000 strlk- reports of hardship cases among stcelworkcrs from coast t o ! strikers and their families. The coast the latest survey shows that i powerful sleclworkers u n i o n z=^-.-.-~.~-j^rr:^--=^ . ,^ . : HO/.B not pay strike benefits although its locals make an effort Pilnt--Kr model--Repair* Garage*--Breete way · No Money Down Ea»f Monthly Paymtnti DYKE LUMBER CO. Ml It Chtttet Come In ind See Us About Our Eoiy Payment Plan on Re-Modeling Your Home, Building New Garage, Chicken Houie or Milk Bornt, etc. Clifton Lumber Co. 27. WM! Fork, Ark. lo nid hardship cases. Some 1.600 strikers !n the Csn- ton and Youngstown, Ohio, area, where about 43,000 steelwork. arc idle, have appplied for relief. At Canton, Stark County officials said any striker asking for relief must work off his food orders at the rate of 75 cents an hour. Ohio law requires this of on the civilian to From city n f t c r city come similar un way measures. Most defense inroads ventories were higher. Production have giv- I slowdowns and worker layoffs ! ncss - _..,,, · ,u. h . money in the busi- rush of decontrol abled bodied person on re- The Chicago welfare office rein think that Korea holds more chance of trick than truce. Taxes: highest ever--stay right in there, dragging at earnings. Here's how the industrial picture looks at the half v/ay mark: c l Production Slowing Down :ers| Production; Industrial activity is slowing down -- but after the steel strike ends and July vacations are over it is expected to rebound. The total output of the nation's mills, factories and mines is at the lowest point since last July. It was slumping from its Febru- arf peak even before the oil and steel strikes hit. Some industries felt the pinch of material short- HUDSON REPAIRS A SPECIALTY S«« SOB HALL for a Fr«« Estimate on this Popular Car. W H I T E L E Y ' S GARAGE e! School * MounUIn Construction: Business continues to expand at a record rate--but WASHAMf / BUY YOUR TELEVISION From a Television Service Station SMITH RADIO SHOP .Swordsmen Cavaliers Actresses Rogues Aristocrats Mademoiselles Overlords Upstarts Conspirators Hand-Maidens Entertainers Rafael Sabatini's "Scaramouche" THE MAN OF A THOUSAND ADVENTURES OUTSTANDING OF THE YEAR! ports 100 families of strikers the Chicago-Calumct-Gary a r c a j ages--most of them felt the short- are now applying for aid daily.jape of customers. They are being given checks for food. At Duqucsnc, Pa., » steel community of 6,500 near Pittsburgh, the City Council declared a state of emergency. Mayor Frank Kopriver sent letters lo company and union officials and to President Truman urging that the mills get back In operation. Health Board's X-Ray Unit To Visit This Area A mobile X-ray unit from the state Board of Health wil be in Washington County from July 9 though July 22, visiting seven towns. The X-ray service will be offered to everyone over M. Children under 14 are advised to have a tuberculin test, then be X-rayed, should the test prove positive. Tuberculin tests can be obtained from private physicians or at the county health unit at County Hospital daily Irom 9 to 11:30 a. m. X-rays taken by the mobile unit are for the detection of the disease only. Persons who know they have the diteasc need larger X-rays under medical supervision and should not attend the clinics. The unit's schedule: Sprlngdale City Hall July 9-10; Bank of Elkins July I I ; Lincoln Legion Hut July H; Prairie Grove July 15; Swanson's employes at Fflyettevillc July 16; Fayetteville City Hall J u l y 17, 18, and July 21 Winslow July 22. With the exception of Winslow, all clinics will be open from 10 n. m. to I p. m. and from 2 to 5 p. m. At Winslow the hours will be from 2 to ft p. m. were the order of the day the last · few months. Things l o o k m u c h j Advertise In the TIMES-- It pan- i brighter for fall. ] Retail Trade Up j Retail trade: The merchant Is | smiling again -- sales are better,' and there's a rhance profits w i l l put on a little weight. Consumer! spending picked up in April, with the biggest gains in the South and i Midwest while New York is a lax- ! Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by looic false tteth flipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laufh Just tprinkle * little FASTEETH on your plater Thii pleatant powder lives a remarkable sente .if added comfort ·nd Kcurlty by holding plates mor« firmly. No fummy. toocy. paity ta*t* o . fe *Ji2t llt ·*··«·· fnon-acid). U«t ASTEETH at any drug more. 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