Seminole Producer from Seminole, Oklahoma on March 14, 1954 · 6
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Seminole Producer from Seminole, Oklahoma · 6

Seminole, Oklahoma
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Sunday, March 14, 1954
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White Is of City’s Newest Industry Announcement of the opening of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling company in Seminole was announced Saturday by Mr and Mrs Cieorge White owners of the new firm here Mr and Mrs White have operated the Grapette Bottling company here since 1946 and now have added the Pepsi-Cola business The two will be operated in the building now being used by the Grapette company but will be operated as separate firms White explained Tile Teosi - Coli Buttling Cum- I Sentence Due For Commies Page 6 Seminole (Of la ) Pr'iluccr — riurulav( March 14 1°54 panv vull brine to the eomrmmitv in increased payroll and additional revenue in excess of $10 000 m-nuallv It will necessitate exum-sion of tile plant probably within the next veaix to provide additional flooi space and other facilities for operation Additional enuipment necessary to produce Pepsi-Cnlo in the local plant alieadv has been added and the drink is being produced m the Seminole locatiov he added Air White moved to Seminole in 19116 and has been engaged in the bottling business since that time He built the local CiraiX'tte plant in 1946 Under the con'raet with the international Pepsi-Cola Company White will produce that beverage heie as an independent brm lo-cetving ingredients from the parent company which also preset ilies standouts of duality ptir-itv and uniformity lui the product ‘Everything I have made in Seminole’' While said Saturday "I am proud to be able to bring tins new comnanv with its payroll to the city which has been so good to us” The mnion'v of the enuipment of the (liapotte company can bo used in bottbng I’cpsi-Culu blit quite a lot of additional equipment has been added to handle the new business The Pepsi-Cola Pottlmg Company in Seminole will cover a two t and one-half county area at mind tins city White explained The equipment all is ol the latest and most modem type automatic bottling equipment now available Equipment in the plant includes complete water ti eating equipment to assure a tnp-qunlitv bevel age winch is uniform in every wav White pointed out “Pepsi-Cola is one of the most particular companies in the beverage business on the plant which can handle their products” White explained "We feel that Seminole can be proud of a plant which will meet these specifications” DOG TUTOR PORTLAND Me — HP— A 14-year-old fox terrier named Tootsie has alwavs lived tn this countiv but will heed only commands spoken in French Dr Pei lev Lcssard the dog’s owner said the terrier was taught to respond in French so his daughter would be encouraged to study and use the language Television in Color Moves Step Nearer For Oklahoma Firm Color television for Oklahoma nu ved another step nearft to leal-ltv this week as WKY-TV began leceivmg color programs over revised ne'woik facilities from New Ymk The shows me received on the color monitor m the station's control room to enable WKY-TV engineers to test its color equipment for the advent of color tele-viMon in Oklahoma Reception of the color Diagrams is made possible bv the fact the Amencan Telephone and Tele-giaph company is testing its mi-ciowuvc facilities between St Louis and Kansas Citv thus per-mi’ting WKY-TV engineers to receive the programs via micro-wave for test mg purposes also These coloi casts are being received on an indefinite schedule over the newly established micro-wave route completed lust week AT&T hopes to have its color facilities fully tested so that bv May 1 it can assure WKY-TV regular leceipt of color programs transmitted bv the NHC network for re-telecast to Oklahomans WKY-TV expects to be the first independent station in the nation originate color telerasts The last of the color equipment including color cameras will at rive the end of this month and after it is installed and tested viewers will be able to sec color telecasts originating from the studios 4 oiJteii x j ftp:—--iHteAin i tlfe agUT" Ml TXli i?n -ft'r" AUSTIN March 13-UP -Death smitenced for convicted Commu-I nists as pi noosed bv Texas Gov 1 Allan Slavers spiced state legis- lative talk S ttiidav night ns lavv-i mains ga'lieud for Monday's i opening oi a special Jlf-duv si ssion ji Communist control measures — i outlawing tne putv m Texas and I t'ovidmg ‘‘sui'ab'e punislimcnt" ' for menbcishii lield a unoritv spot i on the iigisative agenda In addition lawmakers will be asked to appmpnatc $-3 5 million aneiiallv foi scliool teacher wage hikes provide an estimated $15 million for lmpiovenients to valines state insolations — and find a Iwu'- ti imanie the expenditures Shivers to whom "the words i ‘Communist' and ‘tiaitor’ are svn-oiiviiious Lh neves Texas tunes should have upixirtunitv to assess the death I enaltv m cases of con-) v icted party meml ci s "Amencan adhetents to the international Communist conspiracy ale ti aitm s— pel lod” he said i e-ceht' Hovvcvii lie made it clear Sutur-ci lie e not (hawing a legislative bat'li ime in the issue of a j Pleasant Glove graduate and a uea'h puialtv lor lonvicted Reds foi mer Seminole Producer news-"1 ii main thing 1 would like j pov to s e the Legislat me do is out-1 n0 joined the Air Foi ee in May I vv tm iaitv nd pi ovide suitable j0j lv o( gimpson's fi lends Him-him nt - a d 1 d like it to tie as classmates who wish to write -iveu as i s-ihle lie added )(( hlm hs id(irP s a-2c c R tin' Ji'ei i u la'll a ol the pun- Smipson AF 18418535 502th A-C -Ill'll m mi uv ! i or's opinion (PU s ix 1576 APG912 c-o shoud be I'M to tin nil v as it is postmaster Seattle Washington Anman second class C R Simpson whose parents live at route 1 Enrlsboro has been serving in the Air Force in Alaska since August of 1953 Simpson is a Services Salurday For Seminole Infant Fe 'vices for Delons Jean Ouio-?'t 'wo weeks e'd route three Seminole weie held Saturday at the Glad Tidings Assembly ol God church north of Seminole Rev W I Smith Pastor officiated Graveside services weie held in the Maple Grove ceinetirv Summerville - Sweat mgen Funeid Home was in g harge The infant died Fnd iv in tie Wewcka Memotial hospital Survivors include the parents Mr and Mrs Flovd Oumaltv Seminole one brother Dmme Wavne of the home: grandparents Mr and Mrs C A Buikcht of Seminole and Dess QmnaUv of Wichita Kansas: and M''s Ethel Quiualtv ol Fort Smith Arkansas Oldest bridge over the Misxis-ippi River piob-ibly is t he Stone Arch bridge between Minneapolis and St Paul Minn Cleveland Ohio is directlv north of the westernmost point of South Amei ica KEYS MADE Schwinn Bicycles Eclipse Eawntnowors Beichner Cycle I’h 1114 COMPLETES PLAN'S— Clem ge White ovviei of the Pepsi-Cola bottling plant discussed plans far opeiation of the company with Fied Claw fold distuct manager of Pi psi-Colj company Bill Arthur an employee at the plant is shown at light (Staff Photo) Prague Club to Give Funds to Palsy Clinic PRAGUE — (Special — The Lions club voted to give $50 to t h e Cerebral Palrv Institute at Norman at their meeting Thursday Master of ceremonies at the meeting was ReV J G Patteisim Feat med on the piogram wis a film showing the steps m production of TV pictures all relayed bv the telephone system There was a complete attendance of members NEW PEPSI-COLA HOME — Shown heie is the new home of the Pepsi-Cola Bottling company in Seminole The fam owned by Mr and Mis George White is housed in the same plant as the Giapette Bottling company also opeiated by the Whites (Staff Photo) ll nniict'T caes The Amencan iuv system” the gnveiiu’i saiil would give suf-lut lit pnitei'nm ' to the ik’iomluni Two Communist eintiol lulls -1 s— v r — — —vy both slimming fiom a licent months-ong i nv i stigulon t)v the " J Texas Inuu tnd Comrmssou were unde tor possible subio) siou in law mikiU s On- will'd c-tabbih a m mmnm pii-i'i sii'eto ot 20 veals for " nieinlx I ‘-In ni the Communist paitv while the otln r would i stab-ti a lovtiltv itvuvv board The goveinor said he had no quail el with the 20-voar orison sentence ptopcsal and fianklv admitted su- h a tall m ght gam faster appiovt than one issesxing pun-lshmi lit up to death Shiv I i s said he had been getting "quite a lot ’ ol mall siueo he suggested capital puiir hnient might be n'S'io nate toi ccitain Communists As miiih or more came Horn outside Texa - and it inns aliout 75 pel lent tavoi b'e and 25 per leer lint voi able" the governor said Cutu s he volunteei ed accused him in 'witch-hunting McCaithv-lsm and political opportunism" WRONG GUESS -SAGINAW Mull —IP— A Sng-naw man called out ol town on business pondeied whether he should dnve his car oi relv on public ti m pin tain n He chose the latter It was a poor ihuiee While awav someone stole his car TAKE CARE OF THOSE NEEDED REPAIRS NOW? e NO DOWN PYMT o UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY (Labor & Material) HOME LUMBER can finance ALL labor and building material needs For an example of the cost and monthly payments for remodeling and rebuilding check the following' $160 Avg Roof $260 Avg Siding $850 Avg Room Mo $ 512 Mo $ 831 Mo $2716 HOME LUMBER 131 N FIRST PHONE 498 Caucasoid Mongoloid and Negroid are the thiee mam rates ot man C1GRS FOR POP DETROIT— UP— When Tonv Fox a coimtv auditor's clerk became I a father foi the 14th time Coimtv j Auditor Charles Edgecomb didn't wait lor him to stait passing out cigais He reversed the proccdiuc and uicsented Fox with a box of cigars Democratic Senators Blast Be LOOKS SENSATIONAL YES marshmello kid Naturalizer’s newest— in several delicious colors— softest leather afoot All the fashion and fit you wan They’re the softest kid afoot in the prettiest of spring shades They fit beautifully complement your new print dresses and colorful cottons Peppermint stripe linings Cork-cushioned heel to toe See Marshmello Kid— latest news afoot— at our store now America’s outstanding shoe value WASHINGTON Mreh 13-UP— Democratic senators blasted ScC-le'arv of Agriculture Era T Benson on throe fronts Saturday night as congiexsionnl howls continued aeainst the admuiisti atum's farm policies Sen 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