The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1949 Page: 4 of 6
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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1949.,
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Published Every Thursday a4 108 East Dewey Avenue,
Sapulpa, Oklahoma Telephone 600.
SAT W. (CABO GBMAIIT ............ tail®,
Entered as Second Class Matter October 23. 1920,
at Sapulpa. Oklahoma
Subscription Rate per year, payable in advance
A «CMM> IMS
Ingtnn. W. Vn and Bcb Brndlev
of London, Ohio with whom he
h«d not visited In .*) years
,hU|3;r,^;.rr - **— *■ Bri-
l' f.ixhurg, Mrs Noel Taj lor. Mrs. Mr and Mrs, Jess Bair of Oalif- * * 1 " 1,1
J tv Binns. Mrs Bill Harris. Mrs. tnmia arris ed Thursday to visit . „ _ , . .
Stanley Wallace V,, Oee. Whit- Mr and Mrs F F Coo.Jr Thev Th^ ^ d '' r'‘'',rn°d h,’n1',
R Jones. _——_
T. v „ ;—~ _ . Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Arrowood
The Kellyville It .me TVmonstra- hate had a sthelr guests their
t|,in * *"h meet Tuesdst after- grand daughter and familt Mr
n'"'n Sept, jnth In the Masonic and Mrs R S Guenther of Mem-
htitlding tsith Mrs fi \t Rags- ;.his Tenn who left Saturday for
M ' and Mr*. Tod Banks as hos- (ollrgr Station. TfUi whf*rr Mr.
tesses. . ._ Guenther teaehes in the Petro-
- leum Engineering department
Sgt Tester Dal* who ha« tpant - -
several seeks here with his par- Mr and Mrs H H Harvey of
ent.- Mr and Mrs Jt hr I'ale Jen Ixqiru were visitors of Mr
V ndav f..r Waftlrgi veh. re yr, r,|| k„.Is and family Sunday lnK Mtowrer In the ...
*T. **■* ' *»' statmeedj _ . l»nrt Mrs Luke Marlin on August
«.'h the l s. Army Pi 'o h . , .. . . .to at s to •< m
ugh here hr «p. ,o th. past.,,,,, w(.,.k,nr1 oklal»£!l CH* M*nv lo'"'> *'"« were pre-
v> th her sister Mrs Hurley Tike *° the couple after which
_ ' delirious refreshmenis were scrv-
Saturday night visitors in the ____
house .1 Mr and Mrs A. Bradley fell con ~T~. TT
were Mr. and Mrs Kent Magnesa'_ " 'Ufollty printing
Oil Moil Study Booms
It isn't every day that a high
school's entire freshman and jun-
ior classes take all their courses
hy mrresjtondenre. Put that's how
children of navy personnel station-
ed at the u. S hase„ Roosevelt
Roads, Puerto Rico, arc keeping
up with stateside schoolmates Be-
| eause the hate high school is non-
' accredited, they enrolled ia 14 lahnhia correspondence sludy d«
courses with the L'niveisily of Ok- pa.Uosw.i
Mrs Klnny Alhert.v and sons
Eddie and Albert l.ee of Sand
Springs s|>ent Saturday night with
her parents Mr. and Mrs. Bill
, ... Mr and Mis Fred TreUdwell
..... and “prp complimented with a wedd-
Bill Beets and family Sunday. }M *h‘'wer in the home of Mr
> re years in Japan.
<hher visitors in the pale home
last week were Mrs Margaret
i’. i r. Ij-iOivvoll kf .s Rai'a Lee
Mosley id Tuisa and Hug' e ihue
By CARRIE POWELL
: ;tg! News C;rrospcr.dont
Mr and Mrs I. i F,
dinner wuasts m th** I
and Mr* Oyrtr V shurj
l .i Sunday *»notmi'lirv*
a brother Phi' F <hur>: nnd
who armed from Camhndu*
lu \i*Jt u»th frif»T'ds anrl re I a
Thi»«e Altpnrlim; \
1.4-hr. pa*t>r <d If
h and family Vr
C ark and family
N F SbirlAf and
Mrs SlAfiU'\ Wii!
'5 Mr and Mrs Wn
Jimmy Tuttle and Tommy ] ums.
gradual*-* . f thp 1949 grAduating
clns* of the K'*llv\)ile high arhtM>|
arr unending A and M ivilrc** at
S.niluatrr tfu* Vriu and Oiarlene
Powell also . f fh»* 4 < graduating:
r,ss enrilled at Tulsa unixer-
and Jim St»*ph*»ns t»f San Bprin^f. ‘
Mildred Ma*rnr^s and Jimmy Step-
hen*. jr arrompanled their par-
ents h«»me after a two weeks
' i*H in the Bradley home.
Mr and Mr* S F Beets of Ok*
rnah .sjient Thursday with Mr.
and Mrs Emett Adanii.
‘TOR TOUR PROTECTION"
O. B. PICKETT
of •▼•nr kind
Berryhill Bldg. Phones I & 2
Mr and M
of Mannf rd
w ere \ i*n ■ r*
and Mrs V
Herman K r
sa and Mr
Mrs Pia- U
hi me nf her
J V Cheexes
; * n Nfr and V
ne and far \*t
etr. s* it and fa mi I \. Mr
N?rs >» ,-kle\ \Tr and Mrs
P 1 and fan.d) Vr and
Canfi» id and fan:;’) Mrs J
'Wit* Vrs KVanres Kretley.
> !’••*:*:> and Jud) B'nn*.
.’,r’ r > anil Charles Tan.
Jane and R.-wene Oid-
kie and I.inda Sue Whit-
Fred F \ «d Charlotte
Tat.«) Fred Brew-
^Irs E H Viefhaus
and N!r> Miw Bnha ! »*♦• N!t»slex a f«*rn^e:
Mr and Kellxxtlie *eh»h«l student w h<
st-n Mr. graduated from hi»ch srh.*.»l ir
la re and < Te^ ,n with the Class of 1949 on
ter White rolled in Nurse* training at St
Mr and Mr* Fred I^aujjherty of
Tulsa s»ent Sunday here with
Mrs Oor^ta Eubanks, Mildred
I.er- v *T‘'hn s h•
Charlie day Sept
Mr and Mrs Ross McGuire an
- »t«! in Tulsa.'on Mun- n°unce ,hf* "inrnaue of their dau
Res and NTrGeorpe Hunt and
children <• M and iVeda Faye «>f
Tui-a Msiti*d with Mrs Charles
Rowell and family Saturday
tfhter Elsie to Fred Treadw*
ceremony w ns perhirmed in Sa-
pid pa August 12th.
Flsie is a member of the Kelly-
ville Senior graduating das* of
■. B HAAS. M. D.
Specialist In Diosaaaa of th«
Ey*- Ear. Now and Throat
and the Fitting of Glasses
10 N. Poplar Phone SS4
Mr and Mrs Billy Hctlmmb of
Sapulpa were quests of Mr and
Mf* E A H<>Icvmlb Sunday e\e-
NTr and NTrs Bill Beets acc<>mp-
•am.-d their daughter Billy Hope
Stillwater Tuesday where she
Mr and Mrs Bernard V ■
of TuNa ar’ xed Saturday
t<i visit until Monday with
and Mrs H C Carmichael.
Mrs N F Shields and
dr*»\e t» Tulsa Sunday
x atended the Indiana
at 1 »w en s Park.
NTr and NTrs H C Carmichael,
Mr and Mrs. Bernard V r»:an and
Bill Powell dr<Ae to MrAlester t:*harle*
Sunday where they spent the day
with Mr and Mrs Harmon Car-
michael. jr , and children.
Mr* W C P< well and son Bill
f Tulsa were quests of Mrs.
P* well Friday afternoon
First Eapt wt r
n*e Visai n f
ed a basket
Mrs Rufus Jones was compli-
mented at a pink and blue shower
Friday evening in the I O OF.
dte Hall .*• m, red hy member*
f the Rebecca Lodge
Gifts were presented to the
h -n* rr>e aft**r which refreshments
u»r» *«-r\ed l>y Mrs Ocea Whit-
Popular Phone 14?
of all kinds r*pmrr»d
guaranteed service all
fur sale, Elen- lux
Cleaner service and rentals
Pickup and Delivery!
Bert E. Drake
WE DO CUSTOM KILLING
For Your Locker
OR HOME FREEZER UNIT
Custom Curing Our Speciality
Rent a Frozen Food Locker
16 E. Lee
MILLER LOCKER PLANT
SIZE 600*16 TIRES
RECAPPED — S4.9S
508 E. Dewey Sapulpa
A HUGE SUPER MT£ SHOW
THE L ARGESTAND MOST
BEAUr/FOL OPES AIR.
MUSICAL Sh’OW EHER. .
STAGED /At THE GREAT...
SOUTHWEST. STARTS SUN
AUTO HELL PRI VERS
Ylllt INCREASES FOR liSS
Font I F AF Pom .
dered Rock Phot-
tarna probf hy in-
’\ <rca\ina t»>: m« d
• Vry • quality ot
Aaot —at U
•• k" a* via
EARL E. LUKER
Route 1 Sapulpa. Okla.
O" wmrg to 1
THOMSON PHOSPHATE CO
•407 * PcA*ao»N Cmicacc. Itc
. 10YAL A ft ER/CAN SHOWS
lovely gypsyrose lee
WITH A CAS TOP 37-6flMDmy
BEAUTIES TE RRELL JACOBS*
show-flirts with jaws...
Big cars toe. wedseri.
ALL NEWS, DIFFERENT
THE YEAR TO ENTERTAIN
THE ENTIRE FAMILY
Over twenty years ago, the Congress of the
United States passed the Railway Labor Act
R was hailed by union leaders as a nwdel
for the settlement of labor deputes.
efficiently or economically if the leaders of
the unions ignore agreements or laws.
PpHE leaders of the Brotherhood of
A Locomotive Engineers, Brotherhood
of Locomotive Firemen and Engine men,
Order of Railway Conductors, and the
Bother hood of Railroad T raimnen on the
Miaaoun Pacific Railroad have refused to
avail themselves of the peaceful means
provided by this Act for settling their de-
putes. They insist that they be the sole
umpire of their otyn disputes over the
nr*rung of contracts.
President Truman’a Board
There u no Seed tor Strike»
With all of the available methods for the
interpretation of contracts, there ia no
need for e strike or even a threat of a
strike, but the leaders of these railroad
omone have ignored the ordinary pro.
eeduree established by law and insist upon
imposing their own interpretations of their
contracts by means of a strike.
The wheels have stopped rolling oa the
Missouri Pacific. They may stop rolling
°R other railroads at any time. Recently
the Wrbswti HaRrosd was forced to dis-
continue operation for several days unitor
There is an established legal method for
handling disputes involving existing writ-
ten contracts—just as there is such a
method of settling any contract dispute
which you may have in your daily life.
The President of the United States ap-
pointed a Fact Finding Board to investi-
gate and adjust the Missouri Pacific dis-
pute. This Board reported, in part, m
Provision* of the Late which
There are five ways under the Railway
Labor Act to settle disputes over the mean-
ing of contracts:
J—Decision by National Railroad Ad-
2— Decision by System Adjustment
Board for the specific railroad.
3— Decision by arbitration.
4— Decision by neutral referee.
6—Decision by courts.
The Missouri Pacific Railroad has been
and is entirely willing to have th—e dis-
putes settled in accordance with the re-
quirements of the Railway Labor Act:
Regardless of this fact, the union leadsse
have shut down that railroad.
*... M is wtik a deep seaae ef regret that we
are ebliged ts report the foilare of ear ads-
•foe- It sooaw Inrsatahsbfo to m that a
’ aa aae ef the
innocent Bgatander» Safer
Lottes and Hardthipt
There are about 6,000 engineers, firemen,
conductors end trainmen on the Missouri
D. ~J£. Tt___- - - 1_____ as -• ao
Pacific. They are known as ’'operating'*
highly paid af
Mfo*. fo rfow ef the fort that the Baforay
es aa orderly, etodeat aad
What are These Strikes About?
Labor Art provides t_________
roeiptcie remedy (or (he Mr aad jwt set-
aacee of (ho character hare udsrdfocmsfoa
reece aa el rahroeds that the general afoe.
Noe ef the palcy permed hy the argmhn-
•toee fo Ms mas weald sms resell fo the
romplm aaMtcalfoa af foe Kalwep Laher
employee, end ere the moat
all employee on the nation's railroads, hot
their strike action has resulted in the toa
ef work to 22,600 other am pin yea of Ito
Missouri Pacific. In addition, they how
riup upon the pnhiic and tho nmnmnwiRtoo
served by that railroad.
The Railway Labor Act was ttoaigaod
to protoot tho public against juat ouch in-
Tliaao strikes and ririke threats are not
about wage rales or hours. They result
from disputes over the meaning of exist-
ing contract* They cover ctonae far a full
day’s pay for toss than a day’s work, or for
Rsamiag aad honing Brake cylinders honed
•rake drums turned
Broke shoos rslinod
| Clutches rslinod
Valves laced and ported
Valve rings Installed
•(•tors bored and honed
. ■ !> ; 1
Fuel pumps. Gulch platon Shock abaorbers-Carburoton.
Distributor*. Windshield wipers. Starters and Generators.
THOUSANDS OF THE FINEST PARTS AND SUPPLIES
Over 24 years in this location.
STANDARD MOTOR SUPPLY
120 E. Loo St Sapulpa.
Mika Pottoway — Harry HiBbard
(Wo do not do Garage work — See your own
•orvico man often)
ST. JAMES HOTEL
Saptilpa's Leading Hotel
110 MODERN ROOMS AND
Lee Harbord. Mgr.
Strwart*' Sender f lrdners j
It R. Water Bt-
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NEEDS AT COOK'S
Ff‘l Don# - Ertomri
Colorful Floral A
Ideal Household Weight
8c - 12c - Uc loch
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Selection of r
Choice Selectron of
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Gierhart, Ray W. The Democrat News (Sapulpa, Okla.), Vol. 39, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 15, 1949, newspaper, September 15, 1949; Sapulpa, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1529874/m1/4/: accessed April 18, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.