Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 17 of 24
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JUNE 5, 1946.—SEVENTEEN
Oklahoma City Times
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225 W. First
HOW CAN I DO IT?
< Man > ;
* "You mak* y**r own
Hotel Patron* Flee Blaze
Lifting of Meat
_l SAT OUT HALF
A few hours at Arthur
Murray’s will make you
a popular partner
ILL NEVER GO
TO A DANCE
I COULD CRY J J
‘ EVERYONE HAS
BUT ME ____
who announced yesterday he planned^
visit* to Britain and the United State*,’
ha* decided not to make the trip*. <
Hungarian source said Wednesday.
Tire Life with ■
WE OOT OUR HEADS TOGETHER
AT ARTHUR MURRAYlS
ARE SUCH FUN_ I CAN
“Wh»t aro your pay*
meat term* - ”
' THE STAG
Put a STOP Io Bad Brakes
■ I NIECE
322 N. Walker
1*M N.W. Sih
step on your brake* ii you
have our < ,
them. Come in today I You
may iav. an accident to*
committee i» working on
extension bill which Economic
CENTRAL STATE BANK
Tke Bank (tfu Eve/v^body, l'^^)
•I ( YOU’D BETTER GO UP TO
THE HOZE RESIDENCE,
TRACY, AND BREAK
V THE NEWS TO THE / f
OLD LADY- / \(|
DOIS YOUR CAR
i /- JlcjBB ^~) •
WERE'^ MOUR _
BUR<Sl_AR;r IM TRER.
? J TOO BAP
the border after the two countries had
Jodi was German army chief of
. 4t*ft *nd now i* one of 22 ranking
German* on trial before judges of the
United State*. Britain. Rusal* and
He teeUfted Hitler heard of the con-
centration and wa* informed that the
Ri.iBiana intended to seize the Ro-
manian oil field* at the first oppor-
Thia knowledge, coupled with the
growing deployment of the Red army,
ALLENTOWN. Pa.. June 5.—(/P)—
bulletin Wednesday re-
ported slight improvement in the
condition of Mr*. Leland Wenger. 22,
who gave birth to a daughter nine
day* ago after being paralyzed and
in a semi-coma more than six month*.
— ! baby's condition also was im-
proved. ' _____________
I HOW CAN I p this is /
■ ONE TIME IN MV LIFE 7^.
I FEEL TOTALLYJjf \|
! \ INCOMPETENT Jiff
Wheel* out of balance causa hard
steering, a rough riding car and
it's really dangerous at high
speeds! What's more, unbalanced
wheels cauSe uneven tira wear ...
pounds out grease and oils in vital
front end parts; creates cbnormal
wear of bearings, bushings,
FOUND THB PACKPOCtt
OPSN1 WHAT'LL I DO?/
* v- A — 9
Hotel Guest Saves Her Fur Coat
A guest at the LaSalle hotel, having reached the ground,
clutches a fur coat she saved as she fled the blaze. (Wirephoto.»
540 l*t Naf f lMg.
Trip to U. C. Cancelled
BUDAPEST. June 3.— (Delayed ) —
I —Hungarian Premier Ferenc Nagy.
Trans-pacific Air Service
Opened by Sky master Trip
AUCKLAND. N. Z.. June 5.—(4=6—A
Pan-American Skymaster aircraft ar-
rived at Auckland Wednesday from
San Francisco, via Honolulu. Canton.
Fiji, and New Caledonia, inaugurating
the first post-war trans-Pacific air
Oil Finn Subsidiaries
WICHITA FALLS. June 5 —(4V-R.
E. Muller of New York, new president
of the Panhandle Producing and Re-
fining Co., ha* been named to head
four panhandle subsidiaries, the com-
pany announced Wednesday. The ac-
tion was taken at a directors meet-
ing in Wichita Fall* Tuesday.
Muller will assume control of the
Panhandle Refining Co., Panhandle
Steel Product* Co.. Petroleum Build-
ing Co. and the Panhandle Drill-
brought about the decision u> attack 1 (]oina Mother's Condition
Buaata. Jddl testified. .
He said the German command con- Reported llliproveci
eluded by that time that Russia in- r
tended to forsake her neutrality and ----
time a blow at Germany coinciding A> hospital
with an allied invasion in the west.
Jodi said that would have been fatal
Firemen Battle to Save Lives of Blaze \ ictims
1 ffr»man uses an inhalator in an attempt to revive one of the victims of the LaSalle ^o^el
holocaust Wednesday. Sprawled nearby are the figures of two other persons overcome by the
, i | , I ..,—— --------——
Attack, Jodi Says
NVMRNBERG. Germany. June 5 —
bPS—CoL Gen. Alfred Jodi told the
war crime* court Wednesday that
R .w.a provoked the German attack '
You'll get action when you One wheel Vi inch out of
f Hine dra^r. your car aide-
expert* adjust - way* 87 feet in every mile.
L»i u* *et your whe«l* to
. the exact amount of toe-in.
Canada Loggers Reject
Russia provoaea me uernmu v *
in l»4i by massing 150 divisions on Strike End Proposal
VANCOUVER. B. C.. June 5.—'^Pl-
Western British Columbia's £7“““
(triking loggers, .who told Chief Jus-
tice Gordon Sloan Tuesday they do
not wish him to continue as mediator. |Vj
late Tuesday night rejected his rec-
ommendations for- settlement of the
Vancouver, Victoria and New West- ■
minster locate of the International >1
Woodworker* of America (CIO» are)'*-
standfbg firm on original demand* of -x
25 cent* an hour wage increase and ■
• 40-hour week. (L-X
I ing Co.
* France Says Coal Aid
| Promise Won’t Aid Her
PARIS. June 5.— </?> —France
I greeted Brttish-Amercian announce-
F ment* of aid to overcome a current
coal shortage with the wry comment
| Wednesday that the French will get
one-third less coal than they received
| during the first months of thte year.
| • Germany te the only one not to
I undergo any prejudice because of the
stoppage in American coal produc-
| tion." said a statement Issued by the
B foreign ministry.
See this original outside Vene-
tian Blind and Awning befose
you buy. ’
Eliminates Inside Venetian
Blinds and Shades
KASY BudtiET Pt. AN—P AYWBNT
Call *-«W. an* rt»ta»*laUw wlU
rkcck your nrrda.
See Them at
& SHUTTER CO.
, ^INSURANCE ,
■| Six Traffic
Jw Against Boy
George Aeed Baker. 16. Wednesday
ISO had been identified as the driver of a
wSSMi car which police impounded about 1
a. m . Tuesday after they chased the
vehicle for several blocks and saw it
wrecked when driven over a curb at
24 and N Douglas. Baker was charged
With six traffic law violations and
I ordered to appear in police court at
8 a. m„ Thursday.
Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. O. H.
Baker. 2440 NW 14. was charged with
reckless driving by speeding, was
• charged separately with running stop
J signals at 23 and N Broadway, 23 and
M N Robinson. 23 and N Walker. 23 and
N Western and at 23 and N Classen.
& A Scoutcar Patrolmen George Fowler
V® K i and G. R. Ridley signed the com-
Sg V ;> plaints after they checked ownership
Iw of ,he c“r through its license tag and
' R learned It belonged to the elder Baker.
Ml >. I They said when the car bounced over
a curb at 24 and N Douglas three
aSK*'- B youths got out and ran.
Ada Grand Jury Meets
ADA, June 5.—(>P)—A Pontotoc
county grand jury which recessed in
April resumed its sessions thte week.
My husband said we’d each take so much out of his
salary every week, for expenses, and put the rest in
the bank. I said, no—I couldn’t get along on the same
amount every week because some weeks I’d have more
bills to pay than others. He said, well—we couldn’t
leave so much cash around the house from week to week
—it wouldn’t be safe. A friend said, why didn’t we two
get our heads together on a joint checking account at the
Central State Bank? We did. Now we pay by check.
It works beautifully!
WASHINGTON, June 5.—(XP)—The
senate banking committee Wednesday ,
reaffirmed on an 11 to 7 vote its
proposal to lift price control* from
livestock, meat, poultry and dairy
products June 30.
The vote came on a motion by
Chairman Wagner (D.. N. Y.), waging
a rearguard action to save as much
of price control as possible, to re-
verse the committee's action last Sat-
urday when it voted 10 to 8 to re-
move meat controls and 8 to 8 to lift
controls from dairy products.
shaping up as a
Still slated for consideration is a
decision whether the removal of price
control* on meat and dairy product*
would permit chopping an additional
>600,000 off food subsidy funds.
New Yorker Io Head
Fire EscapeN Crowded a» L--------------- r.
Guest* of the LaSalle hotel jammed the fire escapes as they made ^eir way to safety
Wednesday The bottom of the picture is near the street level. (Wirephoto.> I
«W*UM. Wh« a
hour* of fun at Arthur
Murray . mo, y<x,
• Popular partnarf Ju<t
Put- yourwu In tj.,
■ ■■and. Of On, of hl. n-
•>»ru and you U di*.
r«»*r I ho no*
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