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   Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - August 14, 1956, Corona, California                                 ÉÊà  TODArS MARKEt REPORTS  CITRUS MARKET  The local citrus market as prepared by the Federal State Market News Service:  Grapefruit about steady; lemons about steady; oranges slightly weaker.  LEMONS: Extra choice or better all district cartons 10i)-180-216s 4.50, 120-ir)0s 4.2S; loose standard boxes 210-300S 6.25-6.75.  ORANGES: Valencias extra choice or better Southern California cartons 63 or larger 5.50-6, 75s 5.25-5.50, 88s 4.25-4.50, 100s 3.50-3.75, 110s 3-3.25, 126s 2.50-2.75, 144s 2.25-2.50; loose standard boxes 150s and larger 6.50-6.75, 176s 6-6.25, 200s  4.5(M;75, 220s 3.S0-3.75. 2529 2.75-  3, 2883 2.50-2.75.  Los Angeles Cltni.s Marine  75s 88s 100s 110s 12es  Sunkist 5..55 4.96 4.24 3.75 3.09  Choice 4.21 3.49 3.19 3.11 2.48  Trend: About steady.  Lemons 105s 126s 150s 180s 216s  3.75 4.41 4.87 5.51 5.10  Trand: Slightly lower. -p^-  LOS ANGELES HAY MARKET  Alfalfa hay: U.S. No. 1, 27-29; U.S. No. 2 leafy 25-26; U.S. No. 2 green 25-:?6; U..S. No. 2, 23=24; barley hay, nominal; oat hay 30-31.  ihirrwaiw fif^ SkiHi and May Veer to RerHi  MAGNOLIA AVB. at RIVBR-SIDIC CITV MMITS- OV-0-.'Í.<Í44  "DADDY LONG LEGS"  Fred Astaire - Leslie Caron  -plus--  "ADVENTURES OF HAJJI BABA"  Cartoon Carnival—Fri.-Sat.-Sun.  ARUNGTON  PHONE OV 9-0400  9670 MAGNOLIA-ARLINGTON FREE PARKING!  Audie Murphy - A'nne Bancroft "WALK THE PROUD LAND"  C'Scope & Color Plus —  "RAW EDGE" in color Rory Calhoun - Yvonne DeCarlo  NOW PLAYING  \îu,T Disneys^  — and —  TONY MARTIN  03ÎXÏÎ?"  COLOR •> DE LUXE MNHtinniUnMMitIt  LOS ANGELfiS DAIRY MARKET  EGGS: Wholesale uncandlea producer graded for size 40 per cent grade AA large 41-42, AA medium 33, AA small 22'/4-23; candled to retailers for distributor plants (delivered l'/2 cents higher) Grade AA extra large ,53-'/2-55'/2, AA large 46-48i/^, AA medium 36-381/2 A extra large 47i/2-52>/2, A large 41-43^4, A medium 32-34"/^, A small 23'/2-24'/2. B large 37'^-38i/^; prices to consumers in cartons Grade AA large 46-65, AA medium 43-49, A large 48-55, medium 42-47, A small 33-37.  POULTRY: Broilers (at ranch) 18-20; broilers (delivered) 20-22, fryers (at ranch) 20-22, fryers (delivered) 23-25, fryers caponettes (at ranch) 24-25, fryers caponettes (delivered) 26-28, hens cross 15-17, hens heavy 21-22, light type hens 13-15.  BUTTER: Prices to retailers, Grade AA 65-69, A 65-67, B 63-65.  -US--  LOS ANGELES LIVESTOCK  Cattle, 1500. Fairly active on few lots choice steers, but slow on other classes. Steers steady to 25 cents higher, other classes about steady. Few choice 784 lb. fed steers 24; others held around this price; two loads ^choice 1103 lb. 23.50; odd lots standard steers 17-18.50; odd choice heifers 22; few standards 16.50; utility and commercial cows 10.50-13.50; canners and cutters 8-10; few down to 7; odd utility bulls 14.50-16.  Calves, 150. Steady. Few good and choice vealers 18.50-20; load commercial and good 282 lb. 17.75; odd cull and utility 10-15.  Hogs, 350. Slow. Steady. Several lots U.S. 1-3 185-240 lb. grainfed 18-19; few loads non-grainfed unsold; 266-300 lb. 16.50-17; sows to 500 lbs. 13-14; mixed light sows and gilts 15; choice 78 lb. feeder pigs 22.  Sheep salable none.  -Btt-  NEW YORK CITRUS  California valencias, 12 cars, slightly higher few best, unchanged balance, boxes $2.89. Lemons, 5 cars, about unchanged 180s and smaller, mostly lower larger, i/2^oxes $4.61. Grapefruit, 3 cars, slightly lower, Vi boxes $3.06.  -Hi-  L.A. AVOCADO MARKET  Steady. Local-San Diego county 12-13 lb. flats Anaheims large 2.50-  CORONA  EAT OUT TONIGHT  Regular 15c  BURGERS 7 for $1  CQPID'S BURGERS  East 6rti and Grand fijvd.  Taco Tavern  MEXICAN DISHES  OPEN 12 TO 10 P.M. I Closed Tuesday and Wednesday Hlway IB at Pateo Grande Phone 313-R  Nancy and Carmers Cafe  ITALIAN FOODS  CHICKEN — STEAKS — SHRIMP 503 East Sixth St.  FOR GOOD FOOD IN CORONA  IT'S THE  WAGON WHEEL CAFE  1502 W. 6th Phone 735  At The  Hickory Barbecue  CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS 14092 MAGNOLIA AVE. PHONE 2743  SPIRES' CAFE  1346 WEST SIXTH  24 HOUR SERVICE Enjoy Life — Eot Out More Often  DINE at The Park  (Formerly Park Inn)  FOR FINE FOODS  CLOSED EVERY WEDNESDAY  ALWAYS SERVING YOUR FAVORITE COCKTAILSI  fflTOiCHIi P^t 1S26  Hurricane Betsy may hit northern Florida or O^ tomorrow. However it is veering' quite a lot. So n^  Hurricane Betsy skirted Miami today as it approached the ASieri-can mainland with winds of 120 miles an hour. Today/ centered 200 miles east of Stuart, Fla. It is lumberihg thiWi|lb the Atlantic on a northwe.-^t course that was expected to ^rir^yt o^re late tonight or tomorrow morning, perhaps on the Norheni tOfirida or Souhorn Georgia roast.  MAN HELD FOR BRINGING HEROIN ^OM MCKkZO  Conzales Padilla of Santa Maria has been jailed in Sati t>i«go under $5,000 bail on a federal charge of smuggling narcotics^.'  Gonzales waived preliminary hearing before U. S. Comfhisskmer Betty Graydon, who set the bail. He is charged wRh bringing 2l gVflms of heroin into the United States from Mexico.  AMERICANS' BUYING POWER AT ALL-TIA^ HIGH  The American consumer's purchasing power and the value of all goods and services in the nation rose to an all-time high last June. The commerce department reports that the second-quarter output rose to an annual rate of more than $408,000,000,000.  PLANS CLEAN-UP OF MEXICAN DIVORCE MILL^  Gov. Braulio Maldonaso of lower Calif, says he has requested federal authorities to step into the investigation of the ass'assinatron of newspaperman Manuel Acosta Meza and of vice conditions in Tijuana.  Maldonado sayS he is expanding his cleanup of Tijuana to include illegal marriage and divorce mills. "We are really cleaning up Tijuana" says the Governor.  LIFE IN RED CHINA BORES YANKEE TURNCOAT  One of the 23 American turncoats of the Korean war reportedly wants to go home because he is bored with life in Red China.  A Pakistani newsman in Hong Kong says tte met Samuel Hawkins of Oklahoma City in Peiping. He quoted Hawkins as saying: "There is no night life in Peiping. Most restaurants and cafes are closed at 10 p.m. I am going back to the United States in a few months."  EIGHT DEMOCRATIC WOMEN AHACK THE G.O.P.  The third session of the convention, billed as Ladies Day, opened one minute past noon CDT.  On tap were attacks on the GOP by eight Democratic womien— the director of the party's distaff activities and seven congress worhen. Tonight, House Speaker Sam Rayburn is scheduled to accept the permanent chairmanship of the convention and to deliver an address.  The director of the party's women's activities, Mrs. Katie Louch-heim led off, then introduced seven democratic congresswomen.  EXPERT ON SWIM POOL INJURIES BREAKS NECK  Dr. Francis D. Hodges, a San Francisco physician who w^n a $1000 award for a medical dissertation on swimming pool injuries, ;jg reported in fair condition after he suffered a broken neck in a dive into a Santa Barbara Hotel Swimming pool. Hodges was in Santa Barbara to attend a meeting of the Board of Directors of the California Academy of General Practice.  DULLES HOPEFUL FOR SUEZ PEACE FORMULA  Secretary of State Dulles says he believes a formula can be found to internationalize the Suez canal and still satisfy Egypt. Dulles made the statement after meeting with President Eisenhower this morning. Dulles will fly to London this afternoon for the Suez conference.  Soviet foreign Chief Shepilov arrived in London today for the Suez talks and immediately said Russia considers Egypt's consent "necessary" for any settlement. t  Egypt has ordered the Suez canal area and the Mediterranean port of Alexandria to hold air raid alerts. ^  POLIO RATE IN CHI<!:AG0 SPURTS UP AGAIN |  The polio rate in Chicago shot up again today despite earlier"opes that the tide had been checked. Twenty-five new cases were reported by the city health chief in the 2'1-hour period ending at midnight-Mon. The figure compares with an average of M cases per day reported over the weekend.  cHiííatlc ekelet ié 'l^éè^Mi  ginwiing ««p^^^l^^ ___  detailed geolog'toÄl intimxàtiott, says.  LÖS ANGELES—Events of the geologically recent million - year period that produced the Sierra Nevada tnay hold the «nswer :tB' the Southern CAlifomié ««t«r piMii-lem.  thi.<; Is the típlnlon if ^. liam C. Putnam, |>rofeiUu>r of I«-ology at the ünlvW»lty.%.!üittföir-nia, Los ^ <ittfh|tli-  ing the geoit^ical hiatiMry of'flife ruggèd mçunttffai ràinsé,  Dr Putnnni'« stuiiès hfiVe t>fttn concentràtéd in the upt>eV end of the Owens VaHey änd along the eastern margin «f the Siei^a, an area vital to Los Ange)« water supply. The Studies have shóim that through the yfc«nt. i«i<k)ds of drouth have akeiniMeil i^tkh {ter-iods of meie than alMoBdtait water supply. Theae j)ejiíoái ¿an«)e«ar-: rcltM«d with siAcM.ìi^ Évidence ahow» «hat -Mm^iß^tfs receded desert <bwí(h  Other tAìates ^^ stMlfy^i* ^ lated ^ fi Çhain IMom «SÉ ^Hi-ways ^f/hiíSk one« «slmtj»^ Lake to :^Mh VaíJíy. llS« î«cè Chain an« còti)nK«ific ' «vtftjño«^ channels üwinátjM} «nÜ Ih ^«h dh-apwnr^ w»t giaci«! ïMkiûon.  Dr, ïhittiain ologicûl ata^ of «« f^i^ is im-portant tò lón¿ n^jté ^äihhii^ Jn bringing water tp Slóàtherh taliffl^  A TV man Jhterviéwed- Adltìi  Stevenson in Chicago ye^térdày morning, and said. "Thank you for coming down, ipov. Harriman." Later, Stevenson ihet another com-tnantAtar, ^ frMted him wiOi: '<lMlé, SeiiMM-  Any 4ek#«tt to the iMm^t^ ic Natici Mnvinik»! ««tt mhIìmx UDàur Sili^ -mit-  *mbr mm: -Ctaèiilfcr' mnntk . M. tgood dh«^ stai«iafe ^ièi tìm rank of ctikMHSi.  A shipment of ti Wank commia-sions as Kentucky coìotuil i|v««t iruahea by airmalJ fiiom ^e ||OV«r-nor'9 office «In FrmaHoti ii> Cfttvnl-Ittr for Pi%8i<Mnt Hetià4ua:(>t»rs Ut Chicago.  New Yoric OBvertwr 'Aviere« ««r-i$inaO j ft a iHip -tt lÈit tdcq^*» «Hd he yf^ «rkttàttt tOMt "Vveai-  ìàm. fiiaenho*!«r." m «1« Imm. Mid 1 va« Qualified lFor Che The retfiark afent a fOhr ik laughter through the au^itecb.  Two pretty girli on a  at«et confer in Chiofo handiiji itiit campaign bnttonis. thtty wkti Juit two blocks frofn ìteniOcr^iè 4i9tiivfention heaa^uaftert Iwt th| button read, "i like ike!" Said otifc firl "isn't it a wóhàértut idea?''  ; ......f -y  t^ Civnii^  "BABY ÀtTÈR MA1WEF' WEDNESDAY AFTtlNÖONS 1:30 AVAILABLE AT  Mm iMwIs Availabt* ét:  t^É^NA HAll|>WAjMí  -tki' té. .Oliít^lí'k.-'CI^ .  AN bë' »twl^llV  HÊMPfMLL-RÛGËRS CQftONA BAKCRV SÉnVE-YOU>HAhMACY HifkTTAN'S MARKET K B U C " - • ' ■ ■ -f....... ... ^^  3.25, Hass small 5,50, Fair 4,.50, Helens small 5.50, large 3.50, MacAr-thurs small 5-5.50, large low as 3, Nabals small 4-4.50, large low as  -rm.  CLOSING NEW YORK STOCKS  E. F. Button # Co. for United rrea«  AT&T ..............................................183%  Douglas Aircraft ....................86  United Aircraft............................82  Libby Owens................................91i/4  Montgomery Ward ....................42%  Owens Illinois..............................661/2  Sears Roebuck............................333^  Transamerica ..............................38%  Bethlehem Steel..........................164%  U.S. Steer ...........................651/4  Standard Oil of California ... 52^2  Union Oil of California............59'/l  General Motors ..........................47%  Great Northern ..........................43i/i  Phelps Dodge ..............................69i/8  General Electric ........................63%  Du Pont ........................................2141/2  American Tobacco....................77%  Standard Oil of New Jersey 51%  U.S. Rubber ..................Sli/g  PG&E ............................................51%  Inland Steel ................................95i^  Avco ................................................6  Eastern Airlines ........................54i/g  General Telephone ................43  Rheem ............................................22  Sperry Rand ................................26i^  Kaiser Steel ................................451/2  Ford Motors ................................591/9  Minnesota Mining......................71%  International Paper ..................136  Cities Service ..............................69%  Westinghouse ..............................57%  New York Central......................38  Kennecott ......................................138'/2  Anaconda ......................................83i,-^  Monsanto ......................................42%  International Telephone .... 321/1  North American Aviation ... 91'/i  22-year-old doer hunter, shot av/ay most of his face when his 32-cali-ber deer hunting rifle discharged accidentally as he inspected it in a Buellton restaurant.  Beard is reported in serious condition. A hospital attendant sayà it is surprising Beard survived th^ blast which took off his nose, jaw, eyes and frontal skull.  Two women sitting next to Beard were treated for hysteria and shock.  OPERATORS  We are now Interviewing men in this area for acceptance in á remarkable training program to provide the commercial airlines with qualified government licensed radio operators. The men who qualify will receive good startihg salaries, exctilleni opportunities for rapid advancement.  Best of working conditions, free air travel passes. If you are 18 or over, high school graduate, U. S" citizen, arrange for inter-View today. Approved for Korean veterans. - FOR INl^RM^ION AND IN'K:iWIEWJW^IL_COyPpN  AIRLINE TRAINING DIVISION, Central Inatitute Bex O, c/ó Daily Independent, Corona, CaUIomia  Name ............................................................  ^dress ............ ..............................................  Tjity, State ....................................... ................  IPaone ..........................,.......Age................  liiyi:  Wbt Bo Yini Interni To Do  WMi Your Mouse MMéi the Next Five Yeàrs ?  M hi Itett Trade It? Remodel it?  If « «C Ml« m èHH ^ m piciiic Y'U'U do ohe of »*ke1  Sd Wv Mm Kèti It Ih éoód Kepair »Ad  ifiVE YOUR MONEY!  Buy Y«w "JOiMHfiHr MÀttlHÀtS from  COMMA lUMfiEft CO.  HOME IMPROVEMENT HEAD^UAHrEllS-^lli & Main MODERN PAYMENT PLAN  REDWOOO is a good word to say onytim« but Phone 139 until we get tfie new REDWOOD Runiber.  LUMBER — PLYWOOD — HARDWARE ^ NAILS — WINDOWS — DOORS — SCREENS — SCREEN DOORS — SHEETROCK — ROCKLATH — STUCCO — CEMENT Pabco and DAU'S GOOD PAINT — MASONITE — PEGBOARD & FIXTURES — iNsULATION — and plenty of other items all just made for your place. Take your choice!  Aed you con take it with you, Chum, but we deliver free!  JAMES MOTORS  I.r PLYMOUTH DEALER For 13 Years  Far Better Service- For Better Deafs SEE JAMES BEFORE YOU BUY  SÍ2 Ì  5rxTN simi  CORONA  PHONE 1540  DOW-JONES CLOSING STOCKS  30 industrials 517.25, up 2.87.  20 railroads 166.34, off 0.10.  15 utilities 70.78, up 0.29.  65 stoclis 182.23, up 0.68.  1, 790,000 shares sold.  --1«-  ONE KILLED, ANOTHER SERIOUSLY HURT IN HUNTING ACCIDENTS  I.OS ANGELES (IP) — The .shooting death of Lawrence Maddox, of Pucoinia, has been termed accidental, according to sheriffs deputies. Maddox died Sunday during a hunting trip near Palmdale.  A companion, Gt-urge Jones, also of I'acoima, told deputies one of the party saw what appeared to be ; a bob cat. Maddo.x asked tJie rest to let him shoot it. .lunes said he heard Maddox's 22-caliber pistol fire arid turned and saw Maddox clutching his stomach. - 1» • Baelit«»;--ftttBH^  One of the reasons wiiy your out-of-town calla go through so fast and dependably is that the "Telephone Patrol'ltim® and again beats trouble to the punch.  Your local oalla—to merchants, friends, and the like—are protected in the same way. Line crews and testboardmen keep a close check on voiceways all over town.  Day or night, every part of your telephone system is under watchful eye» whose job it is to safeguard your service. This is one reason .yuu can cuuiit cu help from your phone in so many ways.  Meet M«c McCoy of the "Telephone Patrol". You may not know them, but men like Mac McCoy have a lot to do with yifur teleplione service. Their job: patrolling cross-country^ines to spot potential trouble Jt)efore.it.can a%t yourjgrvice. Their work goes on in winter or «mmer7ba<i y^ther or good ... and moeUy off ih* keatan patii. Mac. pMrbb ibnaeankinen^ Unes  see some of his buddies patrolling in a railroad handcar in Oregon's timber country. Others ride Sno-Cats in California's High Sierra, or maybe a cable car high above the Columbia River, or a helicopter in Nevada. All are on the lookout for anything, that inight threat«! cables, poles, ol- other equipment. This is one of many ways tel^ phone poc^e prot^t your ucfvic« ... so that it's i^ady A^to !H«iiltever you need it.  The telephone men and women of Corona work to make your telephone more useful every day  - " —'»ojniBsittefí offile ; tei.'ifw "" ' .....^ _ ~   

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