The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 26, 1952 · Page 6
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June 26, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

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THURSDAY, JUNE M, 19151 Entire Eastern Half of United States Is Roasting During Current Heat Wave No Water tor Folks In Hation's Capital By The Associated Frm June's blazing heat kept up its' relentless siepe over wide areas In the Eastern half of the nation today. Wednesday was the summer sea- Bon's hottest day in hundreds of cities In the heat-stricken region. Temperatures soared into the 80s and above 100 in the East, the South and the Mkhcest. Records for the date were broken in scores of cities. No immediate, widespread relief in sight. However, some No OK from Harry Estes Tells Group New York Dems Bock Harrimon PAGE ELETEN main burst, cutting off water to the White House and much of downtown Washington. Water was rationed at hotels. The nlr conditioning Bi'stem »•&• shin oft )„ the White House hul workes managed to gel enough for the President's bath. NEW ORLEANS I.I',— Sen. Estes Kefauver said he is seeking the Democratic presidential nomination without the endorsement President Truman. Speaking on a round-table tele- ' vision discussion last night, the = ___ .•,u,,,ui Ten " essee snn ' 1 tf» said his plat- of the cooler air which covered the!' 0 '" 1 ' <*' ff <'<'eni from that of Prcsi- n - - i dent Truman, advocates more hv for the states, a balanced or NEW YORK Northern Plains states was headed into the North Central stales. There was a promise of some cooling by Friday. No such relief was forecast for Eastern and Southern hot spots. Hot dry weather threatened crops m some Southern states, including Virginia and Arkansas. Deaths from heat were reported Baior ported 99 heat pros- 1 (rations and one death from ll.e i 98.deg.ee heat, it was the hottest! June 25 in 54 years fn nearby , June 25 since 1875. , .1 .Die in Ohio Three deaths attributed to the - - '& — Democratic State Chairman Paul E. Fitzpatrick says New York's 94-vote dele- of | Ration to the party's national convention Is "lOfl per cent behind" W., Avorell Harriman and "will continue to be for him." FitzpatricK made his statement a news conference called. larRe- 10 deny charges by supporters Sen. Estes Kefauver that the , ~ ~ ~ ~. . budget, emphasizes the cleanins Harrimim - for - Prairie, idrve up of crime and the ms,i!lin B of ] is just a holding ajion Zll Ne« govern' new determination ment and business. An advocate of the President's veto of the tide-lands bill would give the stales the u n lich s York State party leaders agree on another candidate. Asked about Gov. Adlai Steven- the oil lands off their coasts. Ke which] son of Illinois. Fit?patriclc ls 10 dared he i s not a candid I know what I'm lalkine " , , T Ana, Believe It OT Not, '* WaS C °' d ' LONG BEACH. Calif, i.fi — The : tm did a fadeout in Long Beach ]Barber Mice Reported JBy Research Scientist | NEW YORK W-There are bar|her mice who shave other mice— without a squeak in customers. So said Dr. Theodore S. Hauschk WASHINGTON UV_Ma,,y mcm . bers of Congress-arid President Truman- were inconvenienced yesterday's record 98-deuree heat. There waa no water. A giant water Read Courier News Classified Adi HOW FAR EAST IS "FAR EAST"?—H has lone been almost anyone's guess as to just whal countrwi make up the "Near East,! "Middle Easl." and "Far East" The dcsi^at ona u«cd to u£« U N.wL7n' ± ent I"'" t r l1y ,' den ' i , fled SCCti ° nS ' have bcen ™ rl<>usl >- interpreted a.'dlitereM Ume,. NtWimap, tbove. jho*. location of (he three regions. ba«cl on geographJcal divisions a> outuned by the National Geographic Society. i their charms from nearly | persons who lined the streets watch the parade. The day's top reading of 96 was j- record for the date. l\.f New York City reported a record 96.5 reading. More than a, score of persons were treated for u C. _. . ~~ heat prostration. One death was "Cep Tour Skirts On, reported in Upstate New York, i Mayor Tells Girls where temperatures were In the 90s Readings of 100 and above were e rs at Cleveland "el? H vV' Work " 5X5 Sf~?;! of r-.a-i ^ h — marked me nun consecutive day' Tfc™i-,r. A u.._i.^ .... - n Savannah. m ^'™ to a Nashville was a record for the] ____ date while Chatt'anooga's 102 tied I •.., . 7. . _. the all-time high for June. Water Main Blows New records for June 25 were set in several Virginia cities, in, eluding Newport News with 102 and Richmond and Norfolk with 100. i ' n ST - LOUIS W— It was 100-above an[i no water tor about 5,000 homes , County yesterday. A oro w . - yeseray. A Texas baked, with a top of 106 at j connecting joint on a hs-inch trans. Presidio. 1 mission line blew out, cutting off St. Louis was promised no relief I tne w atcr supply. after yesterday's sizzling 100-rfe- ! - gree heat which set a new June!- ... _. 25 record. I 5o/o/er Dies in Heat It was ST in downtown Pittsburgh I erjtialing the record for the date set in 3822. It was nearly normal weather the Journal of Heredity yesterday. Hatischka wrote that the barber rodents give close, shaves hut no haircuts—by eating all the whiskers off their companions. Airport Reclassitied For Tel Aviv Use TEL AVIV i* - Lod airport In Israel will get reclassified as a Class B airport with the extension carload of of Its main runways and other technical improvements elrnost completed, a spokesman of t h e Ministry of Communications said Lod will be the 27th airfield in the world to be so ranked, pulling it on erillal level with the London. Zurich and Paris airfields. |H«of To/res Toll TOLEDO. O. eorge Baker. f^^t Visiting Around Arkansas BY J O E M A R S H ^n the Rocky Mountain and Pacific, , Coast states. The day's top at Los! Angeles wps 70; 68 at San Fran ' Cisco and 69 at Seattle. FT. JACKSON. S.C. I.T1 — Pvi. Harold Knurman or Cleveland collapsed on a rifle range anrt died from sunstroke and heart conges- | lion. He was the second soldier They've never discovered gold "in them lhar Arkansas hills"... but the old Wonder State cur Ixjait of the only diamond mines on the North American continent. Folks down in Piko County tell me these diamond* are actually two points harder than the Kim- b«rly diamonds of South Africa. In this age of precision UK>|*, the Ark.iri.-aK diarnond has risen to the top of the hrap industrially. It's just nnothor Arkansas "first" in our system and scheme of progress and life. Like Arkansn citlwni whn »r« prmirl of this "flr.t" in th« nation 1 ! projjrenn, th« brewer* of Amcrici are »|jo proud thit their m»ny ilistributorR Rnrf retail«r» mre nper- atinjr under > Sclf-Re K ul»tion Program which »»«urf» tht public of A fine prorlurt in • clean, wholesome and Uw-ibidinf eitmbliih- ment. Mississippi Opens Convention JACKSOHf, Miss. »i— Misslsslpp Democrat* opened their 1952 state convention here today anticipating a peaceful election of 22 nationa convention delegates and a bold stand on states' rights principles Gov. Hugh White, who with other leaders drew Mississippi awa\ from the national party in 1948 was scheduled to begin liis keynote idriress shortly after the conven tion opened »t 11 a.m. Most of the delegates and the Democrat-spectators felt the ques tion of being seated at Chicago wa;. answered by the recognition Tuesday of Slate Ally. Gen. J. P. Cole man as Mississippi national conv mitteeman. For the first time In Its history the regular state, party 1. being challenged by an opposing group declaring Itself loyal to the national party. Troopers to Be At Labor Rally MANCHESTER, Ky. I* _ Oov. la«Tence Wetherby has promised to »end eKtra state troopers here Monday to prevent troublo at United Mine Worfceri mass rally Local authorities and UMW President John \,. Lewis requested th« troopers after two shooting af- Irays this week. The union, striving to organize nonunion miners In Clay nnd Leslie counties, expects to mass more th«n 8.000 members in a demon- sttatlon of strength. This is the last nonunion stronghold In the Eastern Kentucky coalfields. Three UMW organizers -.'ere Mrlon-slr wounded by gunfire tn an embusy Tuesday night and n union local committeeman's store was riddled by machine-gun bullets yesterday. •Mississippi Lily Whites to Fight JACKSON. Ml5s. W-TWO leaders of Mississippi'., predominantly white Republican faction leave for Chicago Saturday to prepare fo- a showdown fight for national party recognition. They are Anson Sheldon of Greenville, slate chairman of lhe "Lily White" faction, and his fnllier George Sheldon of Clinton T«n rival factions will have dele- E.iHoiis at (.he nations! convention r. •:-.' month—the "Lily Whiles" w.ih pro-Eisenhower leanings but i.npledRed to any candidate and lhe predominantly Negro group known as the "Black and Tan " which Is pro-Taft The Negro faction always has been seated by the national parly. at the fnrt to die from sunstroke in the last week. r.^u BmUins. Litlt, r ~i , ,s '^/ss _ sC. / <:/ Sale-This Week REG. 199.95 TOP-PERFORMING 17" AIRLINE TV Fed. lax Included 189.88 Year warranty, 56 Dependable Airffne TV Sef with 17-inch black rsctanguiar pictur« lube. 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