Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 13 of 24
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Young Democrat* Endorse
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HIT A. Kan., Juno 5.—(UP)—
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Rs association, Wednesday held
duisement of Sedgwick county
Democrats for the party noml-
utlve committee of the
took the action on a res-
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house committee study the
question of labor legislation for a few
months and ‘ agree on a sane bill for
peace and harmony between labor and
mm tim ma
hw th—. te-BEv/ U»
Mother: “Sometimes I forget and
walk In front of other people, too.
Well have to practice walking
around behind others here at home
with our own family, won't wet” ,
The child who to severely reprimanded for mistakes may
easily become the chronic worrier about “what people will think"
b Lilies of the Valley in rose
or blue on white cotton back-
British Labor Wins
LONDON. June 5.—OR—The labor
party won another parliamentary by-
election Wednesday with the victory
of John Evans, a mine union official,
in the Welsh constituency of Ogmore.
He will succeed K. J. Williams labor
member who gave up his seat to be-
come high commissioner in Australia.
____________Oklahoma City Times_______________
the war It would have been worth 20 r'x 1 1 W T
i billion dollars. Now with dollars sell- \ ra |w f la I I’flfpg
' Ing for 120 billion pengo. the new bill Odl-FCl 111 V.-'l
is worth less than a dollar. C7
* Truman to Veto
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He is survived by two sisters. Mrs.
Inola, and Mrs Ollie
whose address was not
Hungary 100 Billion Pengo
Note Worth Less Than $1
BUDAPEST. June 3— (Delayed.) —
' (>P)—A new 100 billion pengo note
was issued Sunday as Hungary’s in- I
flatlon reached a higher degree of
; confusion, including a school teacher
strike which has closed al) Budapest
----------7 schools. The teachers
want 96 per month.
If the new note had existed before
W) M -
Odd Napkins ta Mateh. S far $1.98
Others 49e each
’ —- - (B* Th* A»*oel»t»d Fr»*»»
Six transport* were scheduled to ar-
rtve Wj^lnesday at San Francisco and
Seattle. Wash . with 4.195 service per-
-Two vessels, carrying 963 war brides
and children, are due at New York.
New York—Willard Holbrook from
Southamptori and Cristobal.
Sari Francisco—Iran Victory from
China. L8T 943 from Pearl Harbor.
L8T 868 from Pearl Harbor, Marins
Phoenix from Pearl Harbor, Winged
Arrow from Samar (due originally
He said he told Mr. Truman: ,j
The Case bill is a bill that will not
eliminate strikes, will not help in-
dustry and may create more trouble
than anything else."
Silent on Reaction
As for the president s reaction, the |
congressman Mid merely that “he was
very glad to see me."
"Did he say he was going to veto
it?” a reporter Inquired.
"He wouldn’t tell me and I wouldn’t
ask him,” *6abath replied.
Presidential Secretary Charles G. 1
Ross said Mr. Truman has not tn- I
dicated when he will act on the
measure. He still is receiving "much
advice on both sides.” Rom said.
Pressure Is On
olutlon offered by Doris Schrader.
Wichita, who is generally regarded as
the most likely Democratic choice for
secretary of state.
Belgium Debt Announced
BRUSSELS. June 5.——Belgium’s
financial deficit for 1945 and 1946
Wednesday was estimated at 50 billion I
Belgian francs (91.150.000,000) by elementary
Franz de Voghel. minister of finance, |---* “* ~
speaking before the parliament.
in adult life. . ' ,
For Shame, Uncle—Two British
Girls Can’t Accept Marital Bids
PHILADELPHIA June 5.—(A»>—
Uncle Sam. It seems, has no romance
In his heart for two British girls who
entered the country Illegally.
But at least a dozen Americans
I (masculine) do.
The two girls—Doris Smith. 22-yegr-
old dancer, and Marea Fortunate*.
18. a waitress—entered the United
States as stowaways on an oil tanker.
U. 8. Commissioner N J. Griffin
i ordered them deported. Several men.
in letters to Griffin and immigration
■ officials, called the ruling injustice.
"I’ll Take Young One”
.‘ This is a rank outrage.” one pros-
Publisher Enters Race
TOPEKA, Kan. June 5 —(UP) — , ww.ww
Case Labor Bill
nomination to congreo from the sixth j
Kansas district. ------------- - —
WTote he was Interested In ths old-
”1’11 Take Older One”
"I am willing to marry her and .ive
her a home as I need a wife to keep
house. ... If it is agreeable with
youv and the girl, have her answer
and we can exchange more particu-
lars. or If she ts willing. I can send
a ticket and she can stay at my moth-
ers home ’till all arrangements are
made, as my mother is alone, any-
A Virginian deplored “such a sad
ending for two lovely young women
whom we men need so much in our
every day Ufe. Do you think, my
dear sir, you could send them to me?
Sorry, Can’t Accept
"I have an eight-room apartment
and I really need a cook and house-
keeper. ... If they don’t want to;
cook or housekeop I can offer them
a nice home anyway.”
The two girls, however, won’t get
anv of the proposals.
“It wouldn’t do any good." says
Griffin. "They wouldn’t be allowed
to marry, so they'll just hsve to go
1 X-__1- S>«* 5^. Blews.m on*
Mother: "What do you suppose
WASHINGTON. June 5—(/Pt—
| Chairman Sabath (D., Ill.) of the
i house rules committee counseled
1 President Truman Wednesday to veto
the Case labor disputes bill. >
Sabath told White House reporters
he urged the president to let a senkte- j
study the whole Jones thought of you—walking
in front <H her ail the time? She'll
I probably tell everyone what very
Impolite child I have.”
On the other hand. Democratic Na-
tional. Chairman Robert E. Hannegan
was being widely credited on Capitol
Hill with advising Mr. Truman to
veto the bill. Hannegan was said to
believe a veto would retain some of
a<he labor support Mr. Truman other-
wise might lose.
Among other things, the Case bill
would make unions subject to dam-
age suits for contract violations and pectlve groom wrote, "when there are
would set up a federal mediation men like me trying every way I can
board with power to forbid strikes for think of to find a good wife. I will
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A t A i Jr '
Dr Samuel McCrea Cavert. general
secretary of the Federal Council of ;
think of to find ». good wife.
I take the young one . . .”
With reports that various drafts of Other letters, too, suggested the
a veto message already are under girls would make fine U. S citizens—
preparation, the White House appar- i preferrably by marriage.
ently is being subjected to the most "I think I could live with the
intense pressure youngest of the two," scribbled a 24-
Labor leaders have united in blast- 1 year-old Californian. ". . . please ail-
ing at the measure, and a group of swer soon as I own a small restaurant
. - - . I ---a_--—
---------7__ i ’ back to England and ^ry to figure out
To Leave Italy
ROME June 5 —-OP)—Retro Nennl
Bociallst vice - premier, announced
Wednesday the republic had been
voted by the Italian people and that
King Umberto would leevt Italy Sat-
A government source announced
four hours earlier defeat of the mon-
archy in the weekend plebiscite
Queen Marla Jose, wife of King
Umberto II. and her tour children
arrived at the Capohdl Chino airport
in the Naples suburb Wednesday
-night by plane from Rome She was
accompanied by three ladies in wait-
ing All went to the Villa Maria Rn
at Posillpo. where kKing Vittorio
Emanuele III spent hM last days in
Italy before abdicating May 9.
Luggage Is Moved
Trucks loaded with 20 pieces of
luggage from the plane went to the
villa. Umberto waa not with his wife.
With some votes still to be counted.
Nennt said the republic had polled
roughly 12.000.000 votes against 10 -
000.000 fpr continuance of the mon-
He said Umberto would leave im-
mediately after the supreme court of
Cassation made the formal announce-
ment Saturday. Nenni added the king
probably would go to Egypt, where his
royal parents are in exile.
At the same time Minister of In-
terior Giuseppe Romita. in explaining
the vote said all regions in northern
Italy had voted for a republic.
• Central and southern Italy, with the
exception of Umbria, favored tha
monarchy. Sicily and Sardinia also
voted for the monarchy
. . please an-
w r I own a small restaurant
house members have signed a pet I- and have enough money to be mar-
tion urging the president to veto it. I ried." . _T
Nebraska hardware store owner a way of coming back legally
TOPEKA, Kan.. June 5.—(UP)-
The state highway commission
Wednesday cancelled Its meeting
scheduled for Wednesday and Thurs-
day because of the death of Guy
Rhea, Jetmore, commissioner of the
sixth state highway district. — --------
................ ... —------ President Truman Wednesday to sever
40-YEAR FAMILY FAVORITE
FOR SIMPLE SKIN MISERIES
When you are
of the i
medicated powder. It will cool the burn. lo the Vatican "unauthorized
■ ----“ting and help both you and ■■---• ••
comforting restful sleep. A
eases smart of minor skin miseries, cools
the burn of chafes and helps prevent
them. too. Coats little, save even morn
in larger rises, have <
“ Protestant Leaders
Ask End of Vatican Ties To Be Held in
WASHINGTON. June 5—(>P)—Elev-
en Protestant church leaders urg^
all^ diplomatic relations with the Vat-
Mr Truman was presented resolu-
When vou are awakened in the middle tions from seven denominations J*1™’
of the night by baby’s crying with pain- jng assignment of Myron C. Taylor as
ful diaper raah. sprinkle on Mexsana. the the president's personal representative
ease the sting and help both you and I 1 uncQCnsu7utional." Texas Newsman Dies
baby get comforting restful sleep. A Samuel McCrea Cavert. general
family favorite for 40 years. Mexsana * the federal Council of ABILENE, Kan . June 5.——C.
---------- ---------- coo!, ^cretary oi America, said I W. Wheeler. 56. business manager
. uaders calling on the president ' and co-owner of the Abilene Reflector-
churches h.v-, Chicle ^esds, ».,hc <X .
family Always .be sure to get Mexsana. ing 30.000,000 members. heart attack.
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