The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 17, 1954 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEW* FRIDAY, DECEMBER, IT, 1954 Business's Merry Chorus Swells With Glowing Predictions By SAM D.AWSON NEW YORK (AP) — Good cheer flows from business leaders these days. Retailers, manufacturers, bankers, transportation executives swell the merry chorus .with predictions of better days ahead for their industries. Now and then a note of caution is added, but it is scarcely heard in the general paean of optimism So/ons Speak On fienson Plan For Red Trade WASHINGTON W—Sen. Stennls <D-Mlss> said today he favors cf- lorls to develop trade In nonstra- teeic Koods with Russia and her satellites. He made the statement In commenting on the announcement by that the administration Is considering the sale of butter and other The Little Woman EASTCHUHCH, England Ml — Charles Lnmmln. 2'J, Mho wa* scrv- Ing a nine-month prison sentence for fihopbi caking, escaped Irom the local jail Monday. Jail officials last, night heard a noundhiK on the Kale and a voice crying: "Plea.se let me in." H '^'iis Uunmin. With him was his «ilc. who had persuaded him to return and finish his term. Here are a few oi the predictions a cross section of American industry: Officials of General Electric, Westmghouse and Kelvinator Division of American Motors foresee a bigger sties year for electrical appliances. Gwilym A. Price, WestinRhousc prexy, expects a 10 per cent increase In orders for his company, on top of this year's record sales. He predicts that the economy us a whole will rise to new heights within the next two years. C. R. Smith, president of American Airlines, sees "a substantial increase" in air traffic — to top its record oi having doubled in the last five years. Robert H. Young, New York Central chairman, and heads of several other railroads predict an upswing in freight revenues, and hence in rail earnings. Best Yuletlde Retailers from coa-st to coast are early Christmas shoppers Two Brothers Sentenced For Holding Slaves BIRMINGHAM, Ala. UFI ~ Two brothers-prosperous white farmers of west central Alabama—were sentenced In federal court yesterday to 18 months in prison tor holding Negroes to slavery. The sentences were Imposed on O«ar Edwin Dial, 34, and hts brother Fred ZS. The brothers were convicted in May. Seven brothers and cousins in Alabama and Mississippi were originally Indicted on federal charges of peonage, but the government had asked that the other CMOS be dismissed. business. j Auto , executives jti'e unanimous j in seeing a better year ahead. Wll-' Ham J. Cronin. managing director of the Automobile Manufacturers i., says: "All siiins Indicate hat the momentum of November ml December will carry the Indus- ry to one of its best years." Steelmen, who earlier were pre- .ictlng their mills would operate t around Ifi per cent of capacity n the first half of HISS, are raisin*,' heir siRhls. E. T. Weir, chnirman f National Steel, now foresees the iveragc rate as around 80 per cent n the next six months. Some ithers predict 85 per cent. Aluminum, ending a record year or production and sales, now looks or 1955 to set still higher marks, according to Donald M. While, secretary of the Aluminum Assn. A New York banker — Roy Relerson, vice president of Bankers Trust — looks lor business activity n general next year to equal lhc peak set In 1063, and perhaps lop t. . Voice of Experience IX5MA LINDA, Calif. lif> ~ Healthful living, trusting In Clod and loving each other. That IB the successful marriage recipe of Mr and Mrs. William W. Lambeth who today observe their 75th wedding anniversary- He is 103 and srr is 96. to the idea or urged careiul study.; "I think that trade relations wlili I Russia und her satellites are in order," Stcnnis said, adding he be-i lieves this could be attempted I "without sacrificing anything in; principle." j Sen. Wiley iH-Wisi. chairman of! the Sr.-nau/ Foreign Relations Com-1 mittee. said the question of trade; will) Russia is "of such serious i proportions" that lien.son might j well present hl.s landings to Congress or consult congressional leaders before taking any final action. Sen. Robertson (D-Va) said the government should make a careful .study ol the' long-range effects of any such trade before authorizing < It. | .Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) com-: menteri that, "We ought to see how j we can improve the trade picture with our friend.*! before trying to Improve it with our enemies." Three on One KALAMAZOO. Mlth. lift —The Thank.sKlvnif; turkey at thu home of Mr. and Mrs.'Frank H. Branch was di-corai'-d with 18 candles— for the birthday of three of their four i-luldreji. Dlrtlidays of Bill, 10: Marilyn,. 6, and Culhy .Joe, 3, all fell on Thanks- fiivint,' Day in 1954. It Won't happen atjfiln until 19G5. Uncooperative EL PASO, Tex. lift— There's a sign in a bowling alley here: "Bowlers, please patronize your sponsor." Five members of a cemetery- sponsored team say "perish the thought." Most widely distributed tree In North America Is the American aspen. Dangerous Game SEA'ITLE iffi — The State Game Department estimates Washington's hunters killed 70.842 deer and 2,961 elk during the 1954 season. Ten hunters were killed during the big name and bird seasons and seven died of heart attacks. Sharpen scissors by cutting a piece of sandpaper a couple of times. Read Courier News Classified Ads Down Delivers 25 A Week Pays tor it! 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