Sapulpa Herald (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 32, No. 54, Ed. 1 Monday, November 4, 1946 Page: 10 of 10
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IAPULPA HERALD. tAPVLFA. OKLAHOMA
MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4, 1946
mini'll m it h i»i K» -in »«
t/XJBVTLLE K> jf —A Loui'-
TilV houmrfe got a divorce on
C—jST ! r: i <
plsa-ed •-!■«*• '.*-r .vu*ba 4 k.'t1' n*'
■c hard *he ")Odnr sit dow for
ton* be? can twice Ctn*.r
■arr-.*-. life i-c got or.tr.* sr.:.
A COUPLE OF BESTS' TALK IT OVER
It tht M*id> Af*i a -•
rti dc jgr. L.V.* 5a : *> im-
profc ;ne.r "jen^^Xiocj*
CLAIM YOUR RIGHTS
STOP Exploiting In-
dian Land Owntrt—G»t In-
dian Money Into Indian
rUf tke People Spegk”
RULE — GET
SCHOOLS — GET SCHOOL
RACEET' — GET UNIFORM
RACKET — GET LIQUOR
PATRONAGE — GET 100\
ON YOUR TAX
STOP Nogro and Raca
DUcrlminaU&n. Got Accred-
ited School*. Ampl* Housing
EXODUS — GET FAIR
STOP Favoritism By
Cos* Worker* — Get Equal
3y W1U1AM RJTT
Central Pnn IT ntrr-
TITTKEt, e« retl ?’.*£ to
follow tfctir fccrsei is train.:*
ty meats of tel:copter. Tt.s
should g.ve a new mean.ng to
the pfcrase tfca: an owner •*
“c.-.gn" cs bis terse.
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L):pfers eattrally » ill tgu’e
rf's inside slnS if an owner
trtrtt foliowreg hit nsg oof fcy
'copier but by jet plane.
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Be'cfco Dollar Dtr seyt
t/pefi tt*w I—« boi «pe-. ol *
eoor to be rsplocad by rb« t p
Ifro.fbt Irot* tWp clouds ”
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Fortirc»te!y, tcr*»* are not
noted for tbeir oalosity or they
aolffet atop :n the middle cf a
r^-tnt to wonder wrbat that
tn.ny is buzzing overhead.
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Tie luckless bettors who took
a "fyer" os a badly beaten nag
car. have the consolat.oa that so
did tbe owner.
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Up to new. looking down on
he's* roc -9 bos bew- tb# pot
t' — e eolpiy o* t^os* wGo wauid
oboliib fha sport.
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Tbe whole Ilea may tooa-
erang ixce helicopter* are
noted fcr th*:r ability to elan J
puli and eves move backward.
Tr..» covll be disastrous f nags
* he-11 contider this a g»d idea
P.OY AHMAOCAK. an Ala*
icaa Eskimo attending college
in the United Stat:e, says that
compared to ayuktajetuat. a
sport played b> hie fotk Ameri-
can football ix about as rough a
game a- a rourlrg battle a*
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AjuktaktL.it ;i phyed v/itk a
ball trade al deerskin or. a field
200 yards long—sort of a large,
outdoor butcher shop.
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TKe gome begins by every-
body siugg.ng everybody eli;
ord anybody whs ducks is
thrown off the team as being too
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. , bothers shout kicking
be ball—not when opponents’
bodies make so murb larger ard
inviting target*. In tbe ptleup
an excitable player is l.able to
gouge out his own eye.
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There is no doctor in at-
tendance so fractured skulls and
broken legs are laughed off as
lust breaks of tbe game.
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The ob|*c1 of the gome is te
corry the boll Over the other fel-
lows gool line However anyone
found m possession of it is simply
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Ayujctaktuat ha* but one rule
ind it I* a verv simple one.
Players are. forbidden to kill
their opponent*. On purpose
lor them tattoo members
Speaking from Pittsburgh over
ere A3C and NBC r.tfwx*.- Hur-
ra; .-i-iec x labor to defeat ie-
KW-cay* candidates axe elect the
fner.d* of the working mar.
Greer- Is » letter to state and
-■cual APL affiliates wrxe "Vote
against those who are against you
and rote for those who will stand
Attorney-genera. Tom Clark has
warned that baHot box stuffing ;r.
rorgresstonal cartert» is a federal
offense He concluded how eves that
the federal govermtent is powerless
OKLAHOV A CTTY Nov 4 -c
Gov Rooet S Kerr will make the
*e.come address here Wednescaj
■ . I :.-,f Nit:C ..-
grtai of American Indiana Ar. e>-
: mated 400 delegates front 75 tribe
wtll attend the meeting which will
continue through nex Sat urea;
Phoer.ix. capital of Arjor.a is Ar. average of 3.000.000 )ars of
the southwest'* pr.ncipal diatnbu- frjit and vegetabici »er'- canned
not: center by housewives during the war years.
Co-eds outnumber mer. 3 to 1
the University of Nebraska
Helen Whittento 1 f
Beauty Shop i
phone 787 1 5
902 South Main Street I 4
HOI IS! of BEAUTY
l 3 .South Wntrr St
Rhone 8 34
Ipaair I InrhorH
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HOIMIS BATTLES Er.gl.'b b If r that ■ as p 'grd ,#beef of wir.r.erp"
*-.s Ivjs A.-fiile* . >g ahrw, '..- '.saea hi* prize w:n with ‘best of
t-' 1 Patsy Girl, t.-y Chihuah-a. (International Soundphoto)
THIS ONES LIABLE TO HURT
“b . ^ r
RANDOLPH CHURCHILL aho-.-n in
Detroit, haa challenged Stalin s
statement that Churchill s father,
Br.tair. s war-time prime minis-
ter. was a menace to peace. “It's
the same old thing that Hitler
used to say,” young Churchill
countered, “theae dictators always
react that way when someone ex-
p ves their plans. They never like
to have their aggressions made
I promised you then I would serve in a
prompt, efficient and friendly manner.
Approximately 75'^ of the taxes collected
are paid by mail. Ey promptly and efficiently
handling these taxes paid by mail, we have
been able to reduce th«. amount of interest
paid on warrants to the lowest figure in many
Ninety-five per cent of the 1945 taxes due
to Creek County were collected through our
office before the close of the fiscal year ending
June 30. 1946.
Out of every 100 votes cast in Sapulpa at
the last election. 65 voted for me. In my home
town of Drumright, where I have lived for 34
years, I received 71 votes out of every 100
cast. I appreciate that vote of confidence given
to me then, and feel that I merit your support
NOTICE to our ruitomert. When
'"ij ar* iiakll In itrfe near our
»tore Just drive arrows the vtreef
and u%e a parkins mrter T>11 us
Hhen >ou come in and »e will re-
fund >our meter charge
ThiN will 6e ,n t-ltrci until parking
conditions kettle down.
STAMMRD MOTOR SIPPLY
122 E Lee
We have handled the affairs of our pat-
rons, whether they be old or young, rich or
poor, good or bad, democrats or republicans,
in a friendly, courteous manner.
I promise to continue to render the same
kind of courteous and efficient service for the
next two years as in the past.
P. J. STEPHENSON
Democrat Candidate for
On the Political Front
GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 5.
FlNMtU FOR CARY
SEATTLE Nov 2 'UR -Funeral
I ervlce* were held today for—take
1 a breath—Oscar William Pree Om-
its Fritz Allen John Dnn Pedro Ai
Conias Mell Tare Gustafson Tittle
Step Carl Cary
Cary, who wa.* 82 was named lor
officer' with whom his father ser-
ved in the civil war His was be-
lieved the longest series of Chris-
tian name* in the nation.
Dr. Roland LaLiberte
1 HIKOPI \< TOM
Berryhill Bldg. Phone 1913
Free Clinic For
Fnderprivileged < hildren
STOP The Asphalt
Gang — Get Guaranteed
Roads and Bridges
STOP Driving Busi-
ness Out — Get Additional
Businesses and Payrolls
STOP All Political
Power — Get the State Back
In Your Handsl
A. J. PETERS
Vote for “A. J.”
on Election Day
B* I MUD PRt is
Time was running out on the
1546 carr.jia.gn today a Democrats
put or. a /lurry of speechmaking In
, their drive to retain control of
With next Tuesday s vital elec-
tions only three days away Repub-
1 hearts were silent, their campaign
Democratic leader.- of both the
house and senate took speaker'
1 .'■land, house speaker Sa.-* Rayburn
i at a Democratic' rally] and sena .e
majority leader Alben W Barkley
in a radio i-peeefr over the Mutual
Rayburn speaking 41 Pre.-ident
Truman's home io* rs. Ii.deiiendence
Mo said the rlccMcm of a Repub-
lican congress, would, divide” the
government, hampering the U &
| in all fields
I Barkley rang in the foreign policy-
issue. heretofore virtually untouch-
' ed by either party H<- aid 'he Re-
publican party Is “shot through
with the old isolationist virus and
that the present bi-pari'an foreue
i policy would no survive under a
Mrs Franklin D Roosevelt w .1
I speak In behalf ol Democratic can-
| didates today in a radio speech
ABC1 She l- being sponsored by
the Democratic Nat.ona! Commit-
Mrs Roosevelt urged that Pr< -
ident Truman be given a Demo-
cratic congress to carry out his pro-
•Wr know that In the past he
'President Truman> has tried very
hard to carry out .the program
| which had already been begun dur-
ing my hunbaridp administration
but because of a coalition which j
ha existed in congrev with a few i
rather reactionary Democrats Join- I
ing with the Republican minority. |
he has beer, unable to do a great ,
many thing that this nation needs,' I
Mr* Roosevelt .-a.d
President Truman arrived at In- '
dependence where he will vote on
Tue.- day The president held to hl.s !
plan not to make any political I
speeche- refusing even to make !
platform comments during the brief
tra. '.o;x- at three Missouri citie. 1
Both CIO president PhiLp Mur-
ray and AFL president William
To Relieve Misety
Rub on Tested
IIOULAI 1 • ret a s(
Deafened People May
Now Hear Clearly
Science has now made it pos-
sible lor the deafened to hear faint
j sounds. It I* a hearing device .>0
small that It fits in the hand and
j enables thousand* to enjoy ;.er-
imms, music. <*nd friendly com-
| panionshlp Accepted by tile Coun-
; >11 on Physical Medicine of the
' American Medical Association Tills
| device does not require separate
battery pack, battery wire, case or
1 garment Ui bulge or weigh you
down. The tone is dear ahd pow-
erful So made that you can ad
j Just It yourself to suit your hear-
! Ing as your hearing changes The
makers of Beltone, Dept. 3023. 14-G0
W 19th St . Chicago 8 III are so
proud of their achievement that
they will gladly send free descrip-
tive booklet and explain how you
tray get a full demonstration it
this remarkable hearing device in
vniir own home without rlskiii” a
penny Wilts- Deitufu today aU',
|ll Ml I M ■ OUARANTIIC
l IMI T ( D TIMI ONLY!
CITY DRUG STDR
V/COIt MAINbOenVIV- PHOHteOAw
‘ , SAPULPA, OKLA.
(Thi* is contributed by Republican Friends)
•Streeter Speakman has been more than a State Repre-
sentative. He has been an attorney for the interests of
Creek County in its contact with the state capitol. Ask
Dan Odell if Streeter Speakman went to Oklahoma City
at his own expense to consult the Attorney General
about refunding the indebtedness of the City of Sapulpa.
•A few years ago there was so much delinquent and un-
paid taxes that Creek County, Sapulpa School Districts,
and most other school districts did not have sufficient
money to pay their warrants. Teachers and other holders
of warrants had to cash them at a discount. These war-
rants bore interest at 6°'c, thus piling debt upon debt.
•Streeter Speakman, cooperating with Lawrence Jones,
conceived a plan that these back taxes would he paid if
the owners of property could spread their payments out
over five years, paying one-fifth each year without pen-
alties. By them a bill was drawn and passage procured.
•Hundreds of thousands of dollars were paid into the
county treasury under this bill. Property was saved from
tax sale. Since then, Creek County and these school dis-
tricts have paid their warrants in cash.
•Streeter Speakman in 1945 sponsored an act under
which more than 400 homes of the poorer class in Creek
County were saved from tax sale and thereby $100,000
collected by the county treasurer.
Creek County Needed
Streeter Speakman Then
We’ll need him again in the next legislature
'o frsi local
7t ‘Utf candidate*
Replies to Stalin
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> fe ^ t'Qh
" Yt Q:
1 Two year* ago you elected me your County
a’ • ./
politic* a* a candidate.
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