The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 18, 1953 · Page 7
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December 18, 1953

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

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, DECEMBER 18, 1953 (AKK.V COURIER NEWS PAGE SEVFH State Given Nearly Completed Plant By Westinghouse LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Westinghouse Corp. yesterday gave the State of Arkansas a nearly completed lamp plant near Hot Springs. The possibly unprecedented presentation of a 31-acre site nnd an nlmost 100,000 square feet building near Hot Springs was made after Westinghouse announced it would not complete the plant. Announcement of the gift was made at a special news conference at the Governor's mansion. Plant construction, originally intended for manufacture of glass for Incandescent .light bulbs, was stopped several weeks ago. L. S. McLeod of St. Louis, Westinghouse v^e president and Southwest Region general manager, and P. -:. Sloan of BloomSield, N. J., manager of Westinghouse's Lamp Division, said the gift is "entirely without strings." Sloan said, the gift was inspired by Gov. Francis Cherry's luncheon for industrialists in New York on Dec. 2. Cherry outlined Arkansas' advantages to new and expanding industry. 5750,000 Value Sloan eyplained that the Hot Springs plant had been planned at a time when it seemed advantageous for the company to have its own glass plant. He said, however, that developments in the glass Commodity And Stock Markets- New York Cotton (12:30 quotations) Mar 3275 3282 3212 May 3301 3308 3298 July 3283 3289 3280 Oct 3223 3233 3223 New Orleans Cotton Mar 3274 3281 3270 May 3301 3307 3297 July 3280 3288 3280 Oct 3224 3232 3222 Chicago Soybeans Jan .... 299 301'A 2981/4 Men 300'A 302 298 3 ,4 Msy 297 299 296 July in 293 290 3282 3308 3288 3233 3280 3307 3284 3232 300 300 3 i 298 292% C icogp Corn Mch .... 115 15614 155 158 Vi M-.y .... 156 1 /, 15T/4 155% 151 'A C icago Wheor Mch 203 Vz 204V., 204 Jj, . 204% 204 S::y .... 205 205V 4 Kcw York Sfocks 02:45 quotations) A T and T ................ 15? 1/8' An-.sr Tobacco ............ 621/8 Amcor.ria Copper ......... 30 1/4 Beth Steel ................ 513/8 Clirysler ................. 61 1/4 dca-Cola ............... 153 C-:n Electric .............. 88 1/2 GUI Motors ............... 59 7/8 Montgomery Ward ........ 55 7/8 N Y Central .............. 19 5/8 I Int Harvester ............. 27 1/2 j Republic Steel ............ 43 3/4 Radio ................... 24 3/8 Socuny Vacuum .......... 35 1/4 Sludebaker ............. 21 3/4 Standard of N J .......... 72 3/4 T:::ss Corp ................ 56 5/8 S--?.rs .................... 61 1/4 U S Steel ................. 40 1/2 Sou Pacific .............. 37 5/8 Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. Vfi— (USDA) — Hogs 7,000; very active; barrows and gilts under 230 Ib mostly 50 higher; extremes up more; heavier weights unevenly 25-50 higher; sows strong to mostly 25 higher; bulk choice 180-220 Ib 25.00-25; top 25.25 freely for choice No. 1 and 2; bulk 230-240 Ib 24.5025.00; big packers bought sparingly; scattered sales 250-270 Ib 23.75-24.65; heavier weight scarce; choice 150-170 Ib 24.25-25.25; sows 400 Ib down 21.25-22.25; heavier sows 20.25-21.00; occasional sales down to 20.00; good early clearance. Cattle 1,000; calves 800; slaughter steers and heifers hardly Biif- ficient to test market; few utility and commercial heifers 10.50-13.50; cows slow; early sales barely steady to weak with yesterday's decline; some bids off more, particularly on beef cows; bulls and vealers unchanged; few utility and commercial cows 10.00-11.50; Conner and cutter cows mostly 7.008.50, few 9.75; utility and commercial bulls 11.50-13.50; cutter bulls 9.00-ll.QO; good and choice vealers 21.00-28.00; individual head prime to 31.00; commercial and good 15.00-20.00; cull and utility 10.00- industry led to the belief that the product could be obtained from existing sources. "Therefore," he said, "completion of the plant could not be justified economically." Sloan said he company's gift had a value of approximately $750,000, but Cherry and others said they considered the estimate "highly conservative." Cherry said he was pleased, at Westinghouse's action and had several industries in mind which might be able to use the plant. He declined to name them. He did not speculate on whether the plant would be sold, leased or donated if the satisfactory manufacturer could be found. Legal transfer of the plant, which according to original plans would have cost between five and six million dollars, will be completed soon, company officials said. ARMY (Continued from Page 1) sile is several hundred feet up and the missile's own liquid-fuel rocket engine takes over. Information obtained by radar has provided the general area in which the enemy plane is located. A navigational system steers the Nike to this area. Here the Nike's radar eyes begin to seek out the plane and manipulate the fins to head it toward the target. In the final phase, a "homing" device takes over and guides the mis- sues into the target. Presumably a proximity fuse could detonate the missile's explosive load at the correct distance from the enemy bomber even if an actual contact is not made. In its official motion picture, the Army showed a Nike blowing up the comparatively slow and easy target provided by a BIT. That World War H plane has a top speed of only about 250 miles an hor. But Army spokesmen emphasized the Nike can operate as efficiently against jet aircraft with far higher speeds. KE (Continued from Page 4) told reporters he thought that by "getting: things in line" Congress could bring; the Treasury's cash income and outgo into line in the next fiscal year. This would mean that the regular budget would show a -deficit of about four billions dollars, represented in Treasury receipts for gove: nment trust funds. Masonic Party To Provide Toys For Needy Youth Blytheville Masons -and their wives will attend » Christmas party at the Masonic Lodge at 7 p.m. tonight which will provide toys for crippled children here. Toys brought to the party will go to crippled children who will be entertained at the Shrine Club's annual Christmas party. Any toys left over from this party will be given to the Junior Chamber of Commerce and the Kl- wanis Club for distribution at their annual party for underprivileged children. Three Soldiers Die In Wreck TEX.ARCANA. Ark. m—Three Soldiers were killed about 4 a.m. today when their car collided with a trailer truck on Highway 71, 15 miles south of here. Details of the wreck were unavailable immediately, but the soldiers were believed to have been headed north. The truck driver, who was not identified, escaped serious injury. The soldiers were stationed at Camp Polk, La. Army officials withheld their names pending notification of next of kin, but they were identified tentatively from papers they were carrying as: Pvt. James C. Johnson of Little Rock, Pvt. Rudolph Frost of Tontitown, Ark., and Pvt. Robert Higgs of South Bend, Ind. CORRECTION HUNT'S PEACHES 25< DEL MONTE CRUSHED or SLICED PINEAPPLE *.>c.» RICHARDSON'S Cash Grocery Main at Fifth Rites Conducted For W.E.Justus Services for William Eugene Justus, who died in Barnes Hospital in St. Louis after a long illness, were conducted last Monday afternoon at the First Nazarene Church by the Rev. Joe L. Bean, pastor. Burial was in Blmwood Cemetery with Emerson Funeral Home o!" Jonesboro in charge. . • A retired merchant, Mr. Justus, 72, had made his home in Blytheville for the past 10 years. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and a granddaughter. Held to, Infant Services for Robert Mitchel Henderson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henderson of Burdette, who died a( birth in the Osceola Me- -. U . .! The Rev. William Cook Trinity Baptist Church Here Gets Minister Arriving in Blytheville this week mortal Hospital yesterday, were | to become pastor of the Trinity conducted at Cobb Funeral Home Baptist Church .was the Rev. Wil- yesterday afternoon. Burial was in Sandy Ridge Cemetery. He is survived by his parents. $154 Is Collected In Negro Phase Of TB Seal Drive Atotal of $145.88 has been collected to date by Negro volunteer Tuberculosis Association's Christmas Seal sale drive, it was announced at the group's first report meeting at the Associaton's office last night. This includes ?35 received In a bangle sale last Saturday. A. C. Home is chairman of the Negro workers, who represent churches and schools here. Churches reporting and the workers include: West End Baptist, $13,56, Lois James, Jessie Kimbrough, Lavator Johnson. Sweetie Mae swope, Agnes cowley; Nehemia Temple, $12.50, Mattie Buford, Rosie L. Bobo,, Shirley Burton. Nora Givhan, Annie P. Harris, Dorsey McCullough, Rev. P. M. McCutlough. Carter's Temple, $8, D. w. Clayton. Fannie Mae Simpson, Elnona Wade; First Baptist, $30, A. J. Hill. Beatrice Vassar, Rev. T. H. Harwood; Pilgrim Rest, S20, M. A. Hassell, Ida Akins, Lula Williams, Fred Hendrick, Penny Ooodlow; Enoch Chapel, $7.50, Leona Mayes, C. Franklin, Mary White, Jayne Northess. Mable Read, Mayalle Stewell; Jemiah Temple, $5, Dorothy Willis. Ham Cook, recently pastor of the Baptist Church at Steele, Mo., The Rev. Mr. Cook, 38. with his wife, Helen, and son, John Dell Cook, 2, will make their home at 117 East Kentucky. Pastor of the Steele church for six years, he has had pastorates in Missouri for 13 years. He atteneded Moody Bible Institute in Chicago and Honnibal. La Grange College at Hannibal, Mo. Trinity Baptist is his first pastorate in Arkansas, the Rev. Mr. "? Co7k said h7is"oTrg7naliy from" PitTs'- ,., , Pa. Negro Deaths Will Williams Will Williams, 84, died at his home in Blytheville last night. Funeral services were incomplete today pending the arrival of relatives. Home Funeral Home is in charge. He is survived by his wife, Ora Williams, and son, David Lee Williams, both of Blytheville. GREENLEASE (Continued from Page 1) Hong, who had known Hall since babyhood. "He died right. This way was right. And he was calm, peaceful. He had faith In God." Mrs. Heady too. She died game. In the cell, be/ore the cyanide was dropped .... she called to Hall, Those watching had no trouble reading her lips. "Carl." "Yell." "Carl, I love you." "I love you, Bonnie." And so it ended as strangely as it had begun. . . . Neither had any hatred or malice. A contrast, in many ways, to some of those who witnessed their deaths. . . . Probably no two persons in recent history had had so much kindly attention In prison, so much ministerial care. Two Roman Catholic priests, two Episcopal priests, four Protestant ministers saw them repeatedly. Five divines saw them just before their execution. Three were with them at the end of their earthly existence. (Continued from Page 1) obvious reasons." T h e repatriation commission, which met Friday, said it had to postpone consideration of the pro- Red Korean POW protests because translation of the 30-page document was not complete. Collide at Intersection Mrs. A. H. Webb of Steele, Mo., and Mrs. C. E. Graves or Blythe- SINUS ASTHMA, HAY FEVER. Amusing New Tr«Qtmtnt-FREE TRIAL Thousand! have received tm»zing,fi*t relief with ihij jenmionil, new ireafment. from symptom* of hay (ever, »«hma, jinus headaches, preifure in forehead, soreness in eyej, cheek bonei, top of head, back of head and down neck, when cauicd by niial conctnion. Wrice for 7 DAY FREE TRIAL. POSTPAID, no co« or obligation to try it except; it is igreed you will mail it back, postpaid at end of trial period if not amazed with teiulit. American Laboratories Lodi, California, POWs ville were involved lr. H traffic accident at the corner of Fnuikliu and Walnut Wednesday afternoon, according to police reports this morning. Message of Christ-mas Is Challenge To Adult World, Pastor Tells Rotary Primary message of Christmas is a chnrce to the adult world to fulfill its obli!;atioM to bring its youth j up 111 kcopini! with God's plan, the I an cas y Rev. rc. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church, told members of Blythpville's Rotary Club yesterday. The Rnv. Mr. Brown called for a rcvilnlivcd effort in bringing a more spiritual approach to Christmas time. "Our most important job is to be sure that we cement the character of our youth on the rock of Christianity .so they will stand as strong men and women throughout theti lives. "For God has not promised mat life. He has promised hin only wisdom and strength," he said Prior to his address, the women'; choral ensemble of First Baptisl Chui'ch sang two Christmas hymns Guests at yesterday's meeting included Ocoi-Re Walton of Paragould, Lt. Jim Tanner of Columbia, S. C., Jim Deer and Tom Miley of Memphis, V. B. Warr, and Hugh Hopper and Bob Childress, Junior Rotarians. Wisiting Around Arkansas (fl BY JOE MARSH "SPORT FIT FOR A KING". Second period for hunting.,d«r in Arkansas this year is December M through 26. Long before cold weather set in, however, the men and boyS were getting their hunting camps in shape, oiling their rifles and shotguns and "sending word" to the guides lo be on hand betorc dawn on the 14th. There was a lime in Arkansas when this sport was closed to the hunter because of a shortage of deer. But nowadays there are enough [or all, thanks to stringent and successful stale and federal game laws. I'm not a deei huntei myself, but 1 like logo lo the camps—in the swamp country of Chicot or Desha countia or in the uplands around Sylamorc. Ii's ihe comradeship I like. Half the fun is in talking about plans for tomorrow, or today's luck—good or bid. Comradeship can be found in many places and many things. Another fine adjunci to real man torn radcahip, I think, is good American beer or ale- served in bottles, cans or on draught. There's nothing as fine as beer, served in clean, wholesome surroundings, either in a well regulated tavern or cafe or in a hunting lodge at the close of a day's chase. Copyright, 1953, United Stott i Brewcrt Foundation, Inc., Arkansas Diuuion, Pyramid Building, Littlt Rock, Arkania* AND MORE THAN COAST TO COAST! SEWING MACHINES VACUUM CLEANERS Ti/f ore than a quarter million hornet are ^ •* now u*ing sewing machined and vacuum cleaners sold, guaranteed and •erviccd by the far-Hun* ATLAS-ACME- VIM STORES in major eitica of the tounlrj'. 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