The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1941 · Page 3
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THURSDAY,-JANUARY 23, 1941' BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COWtER NEWfe n m SUPPLIES No Paper I his Week. So Sorry! Derot Near Opclen, Utah, i - Will Spread Over 1,61 7 ; Acres In Vast Project '• OGDEN, Utah. (UP)--One oJ the- largest .supply depots ever planned by ilw army is beginning to lake foi-jn 'norUnvesi of Ogden :'i.s workinen luwien prf-liiiiinary construeiion on eight o) Uu« 104 warehouse* Dial eventually will romtiLute the- Ogdcm depot. Tin' first eight warehouses are buili by ;i Minnesota firm under ;i $1,705,000 uomract. Total? cost of the entiir projoct, i>. estimated by Die ar;/iy qiuul&muisier corps at i 14,000,000. No definite dale has been set for completion ol ihr- entire depot. . Th* hug.; buildings oi the depot will make, ordinary warehouses look small. Each of the storage structures will be 182 reel wide and 0"02 feet long-. Railroad tracks will run do\m' one .side oi' each building; a truck loading dock down (he othc-r. ;. Extensive Trackage Needed More than 125 mites of railroad i rack will be laid at iho depot— more trackage than vised by the Cgden union station, one of the largest railroad terminals in the v/est. The 104 warehouses are designed 10 hold equipment Tor more than 600,000 troops. The depot will serve .all army posts west of Chicago from its strategic location, which is almost equi-clistant from all important Pacific Coast defense centers. The contractors on the first eight warehouses—Al Johnson and James Leek Company of Minneapolis—have until the end ol" 1941 to finish their task. Lieut.-Cor. Elmer G. Thomas, constructing- quartermaster, hopes for funds from this session ofCon- gre.ss to award contracts for other units so the entire .project can be rushed to completion as America's army grows under the selective service program. Thomas is in direct charge of the construction, with Capt,. Rulon I. Ballard. also of the quartermasters' corps, as resident supervisor. • Site 2 Miles From Ogden The base, officially designated as the Ogden Supply Depot, is being built, on a 1,617 acre plot approximately two miles northwest'of the Cgden business district. The area set j|5ide,_ for the depot is a.one- AGE THREE BoLidreau Honor is Official Now When publisher S. Nagaoka of Fresno, Califs Japanese Times fired his pressman, Tatsumi Watanabe, the disgruntled pressman took a pot-shot at him, succeeded in overturning eight cases containing some 300,000 Japanese typographical characters. Result: the Times won't publish for a while, until Ml'. Nagaoka, above, sorts "pied" type. by-three-mile rectangle, bounded on two of its sides by transcontinental railroad lines. The land and water rights for the area were purchased partly by $100.000 raised in 10 days by' the Ogden C h a m b c r of Commerce, which donated the land to the army. Decision of ^the army to place the depot here was' influenced mainly by the strategic location of Ogden. which in addition to being conveniently close to the Pacific Coast is within a few miles of the large munitions depot at Sunset, south of here; Hill field, new army airdrome under construction adjacent to the munitions depot, and to Salt Lake City, home of the 5th Air Base group of the air corps. Foodstouffs—staples and perishables—will be store in, the warehouses, in addition to regular army field equipment. Officers estimate 2.500 persons will be employed eventually at the depot. Frankfurt, Germany, has automatic / machines which supply printed ^weather forecasts for the subsequent. 24 hours. At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Mrs. AHie Hughes. Portageville. | Mo., dismissed. j Mrs. Arthur Taylor. Cooler, dls- 1 missed. Mrs. H. P. Hale. Luxora. dismissed. Walls Hospital Clyde Johnson, Osceola. admitted. Claude Briley, city, dismissed, j Richard Roberts, city, dismissed. ; Memphis Baptist hospital Mrs. Joe Yates, Blytheville. admitted. ; Peggy Silliman, Luxora. admitted. j Peggry Jovce Richardson, Blytheville. admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital ! Airs. Ruby Tnck. Caruthersville , admittted. J Mrs. G. M. McDonald, Caruih | er^ville. admitted. Mrs. Lee Bankston, Kennett Mo., admitted. Southern California Hopes To Become Recognized j As New Fashion Source j LOS ANGELES O)P) - Southern j California, i.; expecting a new rush i and if U materialises a new fa.shiun capital may arise in the Par West- Buyers ami. manufacturers I'rom the 47 other .suites, from .south of % the'Rio Grande to Patagonia smd -rom the Pacific Isles have been journeying to California for the pitst few months, searching for fl ne,w .source ol fashion ideas. | Leading Hout'hern CtiUl'orniu | fashion experts, us u result oi lh«. j .nt'lux o( buyers, have, beon predict[ infc tor moniii.s that Hollywood -soon \voukl replace Purls' as ihe worlds fashion center. And they've ' started a movement designated to turn that prediction into a fact. The Lo.s Angeles Fashion Group, I a unit of an sill-feminine interna- j tional .style orynni/ution. is plaii- ; tiinfc 10 mobilize at least 70 creative | .style ideas and present them at, on . elaborate fashion show on Feb. Hi. Thf show, which will be preceded by a dinner dance, will be called "Uiuiforma's Fashion Futures." i The Fashion Group, composed of some 50 key women in fashion work from merchandise managers to nd- ..r;_ior.s tuid stylists, has been working for weeks on a list of j Caiiiornia^; most noted style cre- . j a tors. i Each of the designers will be invited to contribute a special creation which is to serve a.s an indi- i cation of future style trends. None i of the designs will be for stile, since : the show is to be non-commercial. | but they will serve a.s future "idea- i guides" for American designers. j Science Chair Endowed' ! COLUMBIA, Mo. (UP)—A chair I of .science or mathematics at the i University of Missouri will be es- | tabllshed under the terms • of the • ' will of Mrs. Cora Eitxen Defoe, • widow of the famous university i professor. Luther Marion Defoe. Read Courier News want ads. 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