The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 21, 1952 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 21, 1952
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MONDAY, JULY 21, 1952 BLYTHEVII.LK (AHK.) COURIER Coolness Is Bargain Keynote— Blytheville's summertime Value Days program will bring R new round ot bargains 10 shoppers ol this trade area Wednesday, with coolness the keynote for the specials above. In Picture No. 1 are summer dresses which will be sold at one-third loss than their 'Whole Town Out' After Earthquake (Continued from Page 1) through the mountains near Gor- population, has only a few man. Tehachapi, a town ol about 3,000 (Continued from Page 1) going to draft him." Shortly after Luca: prediction last night, a "personal choice" poll, of the 70-vote Pennsylvania delegation u-as topped by Stevenson \vith 32 voles. * Stevenson told the 60-vote Illinois delegation that "I just don't want to be nominated for the presidency." But Joseph L. Oil!, chairman of the Illinois delegation, said last night, "He didn't say he would not accept a draft." pill said he believes Stevenson's ' name will be placed in nomination. "Just Don't Want It" Stevenson could not turn down the nomination if it \vcre a legitimate draft and if'he agreed to the party platform," said Jacob M. Arvcy, Illinois national committeeman. One of the governor's allies outlined his own views this way: He believes Stevenson would accept a "genuine" draft. That means, he added, a draft that \vould not be "contrived" by a few leaders but one that would develop among a great number of delegates.' Calls for Deadlocks Newsmen asked Stevenson if he would accept a draft if the convention deadlocked. He replied: "You'd have deadlock first." to me the The Illinois delegation recessed its caucus without endorsing any candidate. This strategy apparently was aimed at having its Stevenson votes handy for use if and when a draft developed for the governor. and its biggest building an old three-story hotel. The first report of loss of life came from the Kern County sheri- iff's office, in Baker.-field. "Whole 'Iown Down" Sgt. Carl L. Weber said "The, whole town of Tchaehapi is down, ] according to our reports." Pile in the Paloma oil field about seven miles southwest of Bakersfield. swept storage tanks within moments after the quake. ed loss of life there. Tehachapi is the site of the state prison for women, but Weber said he had no reports from the institution. Emergency calls only were being accepted to the city. At California Institute of Technology, seismologists rated its intensity at T.i on a scale of eight, compared with GK, for the Long Beach quake which killed scores near here In 1933. The San Francisco quake of 1908, one of the worst on record, raled 8',!, on that scale. Millions Awakened Millions of Cnurormnns w eve awakened by the first shock, felt here at 2:52 a. m. (CST). Its intensity here, 120 miles away from the center, could be guaged by cracks in buildings and showered plaster. The rolling motion, in contrast to the wrenching jar which •"•- Commodity And Stock Markets— New York Cotton Oct. Mar. . May . Open High Lou Close ---- 3C59 . 3C10 . 3029 3GU 3675 3654 3040 3628 3640 3628 3619 3G03 3072 3652 ao ;o 3623 companies some quakes, was credi- u.' E. Steel Ictl with minor damage in the heavily populated metropolitan Los Ansreles nrcn. The southern section of the San In the southern section of the San Joaqnln Valley, such cities as Bakersfield, Tularc and Visalia. till raled the quake as heavy. Santa Barbara, hit by a severe quake in 1925. also got a good rocking. Plate glass windows in the downtown area were broken and power lines went down. Residents streinn- cd in fright from homes and hotels. Hew Orleans Cotton » Open High Low Close Oct Dee Mill- 3S5S 3633 3E24 3C09 307 365! 3G40 3626 3fM!i 3623 3B2U 3009 3070 3550 3C40 3023 Soybeans Jly . Sep Nov Jan Hiah .. 3.32 .. 3.03'i .. 2.88'i ... 2.00 3 ) New York Stocks A T Vinci T '....*•. ''...'. Amcr. Tobaco Anaconda copper Belli Steel .-. Chrysler Coca-Cola Gen. Electric ., Gen. Motors Montgomery Ward N. y. Central Int. Harvester J. C. Penney Republic Steel Radio .. Socony Vacuum Studebaker Standard of N. J. Sears Close 3.31 W 3.01?; 2.37!'. 2.89',; *154 57 1-1 regular price. Summer wear for the men Is sliown In picture No. 2- Icny cloth sport shirts lo be sold for $1 each, half the regular price. Summer dresses which regularly sell for $8.95 will be priced at $5 „., shown In Picture No. 3. Picture No. I ^ows^Toot^conditionlns unit that Is being featured by one of the participating merchant,. (Courier flews Photos) (Continued from Page 1) to accept gutions don't nominee who might be named ........ „,. „.,,„,.„ through the influence of President Truman. For the first time in years, the Democratic convention was wide oiien — there wasn't a candidate within shouting distance of the party's ticket-leading nomination. A sectional split over civil rights and the seating of Texas and Mississippi delegation!; that want |o be free to take a walk threatened lo overshadow momcntarilyUlie joc'n- eyings of a floe): of presidential candidates. But it was put on ice until tomorrow. Out of the wide-ranging field of Packers 120-140 tbs 17.50-19.25; sows 4rjO Ibs down 18.75-19.50; heavier sows 1G.75-18.5U. boars unchanged at 11.00-H.OO. Cattle G.OOO. calves 1,300; open- ins trading slow; few sales steers, heifers ami cows about steady, mostly to butchers, bulls about 50 lower; vealers unchanged; few loads .tiifj ottci lots good to average choice steers nnd heifers 28.00•15 3-8 | 33.00; few commercial to low good - . 1-4 | steers anil s 24. 00-28. 00; ntil- . . - nnd commercial cows 17.00- _77 1-4 illy n I 22.00; canners and cutters 14.5018.50; utility nnd commercial bulls mostly 21.50-25.50; cutler bulls G2 58 1-J 6-1 7-8 10 5-8 33 1-8 63 3-1 42 TO 7-8 j 37 1-4 37 3-ai 80 1-4| 17.50-10,50; good and choice vealers largely 27.00-31.00: few sorted mime lo 33.03. utility nlu { commercial vealers 20.00-27.00; culls 15 0018.00. candidates there emerged at least I still was a hot .prospect for a draft 1 one man will, a convent™, .straie- movement if the convent"™ dead- gy plan — &cn. Estcs Kefauver ot Tennessee. Winner of most ot the Democratic primaries and self-styled peoples' choice for the nomination. Kefauver appeared ready Jo shoot the political works on an effort to nomination bv the fourth Harkley Seen Next If his self-propelled bandwagon stalls — as many in opposing camps were predicting it would — the (op runners for No. 1 place on the ticket seemed to be 74-year-old locks. On this point. Ihe Illinois governor said: "You'd have to show jue 'the deadlock first." Jacob Arvey, Illinois national committeeman, put his views in these words: "Gov. Stevenson couldn't tee. said the unions cnn't support Barkley because of his age. Others Mentioned As to the other candidates Sen Richard B. Russell of Georgia Avcrell Harrlman ot New York and Sen, Robert A. Ken- of Oklahoma remained only outside pos- down the nomination if it were a i turn sibilitles for the nomination. A dozen "favorite , ... ------~.t,, i, JitVOIlLC SOuS find lo^rtfaZ',, '. hC """""I""""' '>-«<-« "• lobby B O™P the ticket, seemed to be 74-year-okl ! *" ll aoes y °" klck "> vice President Barkley and rcluc-1 '" o» labor t.inl Gov. Adlai E. Stevenson of 1 B:>rklcv continued to'gatl Illinois. current strength. Illinois. Stevenson, who repeated last night that "I just don't waul to be nominated for the presidency," Free Book on Arthritis And Rheumatism HOW TO AVOID CKIl'PLING DEFORMITIES An amazing newly enlarged 44- page book entitled "Rheumatism" will be sent, free to anyone who will write for it. Ii reveals why drugs and medicines give only temporary relief and fail to remove the causes of the trouble: explains a specialized non-surgical, non-medical treatment which has proven successful for the past 33 years. You incur no obligation in sending tor this instructive hook. It, may be the mentis of savin" you years of untold misery. Write today to The Ball Clinic, Dept. 4204, Excelsior Springs, Missouri. So. Pac. Livestock i NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111. V?h— (USDA)— Hogs 10.500: active: barrows and higher than Friday; steady to 2,i . advance on 170 Ibs down, some of which 50 higher: sows 50 higher: cho;ce 180-220 Ibs unsorted for grade 22.50-75: liberal share 22.50-(iO: choice 230-250 Ibs 21.15-22.35; homes and hotels, eluding two loads 256 Ibs at 22.;0; '< E E ! B U THIS WEEK OM8.Y — «—•••• •"-*"• ***•*! ** V| m ^ •> Sale NowGoing Come Down Tomorrow & Shop Our Window! PRICES SLASHED UP TO Still A Nice Selection Of Mattresses & Springs Son, Furniture TOTAL Cf.SH KiiCE 2 YEAR Written Guarantee COMPiETE WJFH 9 ATTACHMENTS -^^ "A Tool For Every Gleaning Use" LIMITED tntorscB 9*nr\i/*ff QUANTITY ^ K O fc K NO W WRITE FOR Jne HOME EMO^STRATBON NEXT WEEK 1426 UNION AVE. MEMPHIS, TENN. WIrhoul cbtlQolton. I won! a TRH Homo DomoniTrullo* ol yow Fully guorontccd RfBUIlT CUCIROIUX NfXT WfEK NAME ___ ADDRESS. ! : are -PHONE No. _ STATE. If H.F.D. Addrot, Plco.o Send Specific DtrecTloni "We. CniT.r llic .Wi</-.Snii»7i v IAD Strength Growing Despite a "this hurts me more than it docs yon" kick in the pants leaders. - - „--her under- --.igth. George Harrison. AFL vice president, and Jack Kroll, .director of v>uu,>i the CIO's Political Action Commit- today as possibilities IIUIIR around waiting for a possible stroke ot liBht- County Court Convenes County Court convened In Blythe- vUle Icdjiy ami way adjourned when no business came before the court, County Judge Kiber white said Osceola Courthouse Gets a New Flag A new flag is flying over the Mississippi County Courthouse in os- ceola due to the efforts of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Miss Ruth Massey, chairman of the Osceola DAR (lag usage, committee observed recently that the flag above the Courthouse there had become frayed and worn. She colled the flag's condition to the attention of County Judge Faber White, who procured the nc'»- banner. No (lag is on display outside the Mississippi County Courthouse In Dlythcville. There are flags In the courtroom and In the sheriff's office. The (Carrier) year-round home air conditioner! IF YOU OWN A HOME-or intend to build — you'll want lo see this brand new idea in air conditioning .. . I he Carrir.r Year-Round Home Air Conditioner! IT COOLS AND HEATS! Reliable clootric refrirjcration cools the house in summer; efficient gas heal warms the house in winter ... at the flick of a switch! YOU CAN PUT IT ANYWHERE! Attic, basement, utility room, even under the stairs. Camer's compact design requires but ISy, square feet of floor space-less than half as much as other makes! /• IJ MAKE YOURS A MODERN HOME! Complete year-round air conditioning is a wise in- '' vestment. It costs but a few dollars more per month than heatinn alone, yet it greatly increases the value of your property and protects it from depreciation! COMPARE IT WITH ANV! And you'll be sure to pick Carrier. For no other home air conditioner (jives you so much for the money, is so easy to install, or so economical to operate. is assured because ^^•BHB*^- it operates in the same way and with the same elements that are used in Carrier Air Conditioning ecnjipment for commercial installations all over the world. Be sure to see it! 3, 5 & 7 l /2 Ton Units for Immediate Delivery CITY ELECTRIC CO. 109 S. Fifth St. Phone 8181

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