The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1955 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1955 BLYTHEVILI.E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVEN Get the Works CADIZ, Ohio I*—Workers at the Scio Pottery Co. yesterday received not only a Christmas bonus and pay raise, but also n new wallet to stuff the cash into. Scott Reosi 1 , head of he plant, said bonuses will total $120,000 for the 1,050 employes. The average hourly wage of $1.55 will he boosted 12 cents, he said. Read Courier News Classified Ads no time like nototosaptfjanhsanb THE FRANKLIN PRESS 118 S. Broadway A-Age Ghost Haunts Building in. Cincinnati By NBA Service CINCINNATI — (NBA) — There's a haunted building ri^ht in the heart of this city. 'Human beings are fearful of stepping inside. It's locked tight. No shriekers are these spirit*, »nd no chain rattlers, but they are not roundless. The fearsome force* prove their presence by a steady clickity-click. . For this stately, valuable stale- ture is alive with deadly radiation. Until some way Is found to bring an end to the streams of click* on a iciger counter, it will remain in an ••unfit" classification by the Board '•f Health. Members call it "the hot- :st thing in the atomic age." BacK'in 1951, when Keleket X-Kay Inc. was operating a lab In the building, a tiny platinum capsule ol radium exploded.. Workmen were speedily decontaminated. It was the aftermath, not the incident, \vhich was momentous. To clean up. a number of arti- ?!-s in the building had to be sent j Oak Ridge for burial. These included a brand new auto. For a while it was thought the area was safe after a crew of Federal experts did a mopping-up operation. Later it was found that workmen walking back and forth had spread the radium dust to every section of the building. It then became the haunted struc- :ure and it* ghost began romping throush the courts as well. Still unsettled is a suit by Keleket for laX).- COO filed against an Insurance company. This Is an important one since it will set precedents as to damages covered by insurance in case* of radio-active contamination. The landlords, meanwhile, have sued Keleket or J75.COO because their building Is "unfit for occupancy and UM." But the spook still has the upper hand. Old Romance Is Revived JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (ff)— A romance that was broken 40 years ago has been revived by Mary Margaret McBride, newspaper columnist and radio commentory, and Dr. Richard Dorris of Jefferson City. While Miss McBride was a student at the University of Missouri they were engaged, but she left for New York and a career when *he was 18. Dorris married another girl. His wife died about two years ago. Later he started corresponding with Miss McBride and has had several visits with her. At her home In .West Shokan, N. Y., Thursday night Miss . McBride said her commitments In writing and radio work bar a wedding "at the moment," but: "A wedding would be a charming ending to an old romance." To those friends whose patronage we have M well enjoyed — and to those whom we hope to serve in the future we send greetings and good wishes ** for a dog-gone Good and Merry Cbristmasl We Will Be Closed Monday, December 26 THE LION OIL BOYS and C & G Gas Co. ISOTOPES are loaded In truck at Oak Ridge for shipment to agencies like the FBI. May th« tr«t» thli holiday bring kapplnn t» ill <U my y>i •«»« • Wo.J.rf.1 ChrlltMi . . . Blytheville Sales Co. 109 E. Main CARTER'S GROCERY May your stockings be just "sock-full,'* May your tree be M chock-full" — of all the wondrous things - that Santa Iways brings . . . And may you find these treasures by the score — of peace and joy, and good-will evermore! MERRY CHRISTMAS! Wade Furniture Co. > *«• _^^^^^. daa*«^ *^^^^^^ j^'A<1 < Fer« «

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