Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 2 of 24
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Doze as Lawmakers Discuss Bill
(Continued From Pair 1)
his overcoat and ran down into
He did not
Brown was overcome by smoke. Her
with absolute freedom of expression.
, Two Oklahoma City
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Niles Oarron and Edith Bennett.
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OKLAHOMA'S LARGEST JEWELERS SINCE 1910
Your Wonderful Adaptable
Crape ar Luana clatft.
Phone 3-2421 or write our Personal Shopper
ers to lend color
and loveliness to
grain firm suspended from the board
of trade. Wednesday said the firms
suspension' w as not "because of any
’ inability or unwillingness to meet its
Taylor's statement read: "Buckley
Pll sure 1
TRY, MR. DYER/
their work was hindered by the thou-
sands who rushed from taverns and
nightclubs to gawk at the fire
A “Fireproof Hotel"
Fire Commissioner Corrigan said he
could not understand “how it spread
so fast "
•Thia is a fireproof hotel, one of
but neither has been successful thus
ANYWAY that* FINE.
WELL MAKE A NICE
NET PROFIT ON WT
i Waite. I
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Pakistan Is Inevitable,
Moslem League Told
homed All Jlnnah, president of the
Moslem league, opened a meeting of
to tpe Madison street marquee:
"The heat and amoks were un-
bearable up there." he gasped
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that the 11
have waived grand jury indictment.
"The new rules not only speeds up
justice by letting those charged with
Pair Facing Hefner
Fish Violation Counts
Truman Hinted to Seize
T^o Veterans Start Trip
To Illinois on Horseback
RIVERSIDE Calif . June 5 —(Ab-
Two veterans were off Wednesday on
• fpS** Ircwintry horseback ride to
Quincy. Ill Tex Merrill and Blackie
Preston expected the long trip would
IsMvwto about log days
. Andersons to Tackle
Cossboys in Softball
Andy Anderson will tangle with the
Exchange Cowboys in a Major league
softball game, the second of a three-
INTO MY LAP,
I and officials said she would I
' tied up for the duration of th<
men's union strike.
of his seat and flames shot up in the
I air. He ran out of the room with his
5KEEZIX ■ i PRESENTED OLA may
INVOICE TO THE ClCR'ANA HOTEL.
OCT A CHECK ano just PEPOEtTEpy WOPK.
THE <44136 IN THE BANK.
the BEST OF (T IS THERE 5
PLENTY MORE TO COME WERE
SURE ON THE UPSWING.’
here!’ ” ' - • • - - ’
•He stood up and lifted the cushion to’reviVe her
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TAKE A LOOK.’
APTER THE FKSHT
AAOVE TOO FAST .
FOR YOU/ -J!
1-COAT WALL PAINT
rr w mail.
with so they wait for the grand jury
to act on their cases."
Pierker said that new rule also saves
the government money to that prls- Col j £ u. 8 marine
oners often are held in jail for weeks corp, made a surprise Inspection visit
j pending grand jury action whereas h marine recruiting forces of the'
now they waive grand jury and the Wedneadav
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union crew w as removed in small
boats oft nearby Port Lambton on the
St. Clair river Tuesday night.
Ship's officers navigated the Ca-
nadian Steamship Lines vessel into *
! berth at the company's dock here,
d even the
k an alto-
W THAT'S JUST
b WHEN the
\ STARTS, I’LL
H Be SHAKING
4 ALL OVER/
The coroner went through personal
effects and clothing trying to identify
the victims. Identification was diffi-
cult. however, because many were in
Before the fire was brought under
control Patrolman John Hanley said
he saw hotel guests looting the bodies
lying in the halls. Hanley, a veteran
of the air force, said he "never saw
anything like this in the war."
Dog Saves Blind Woman
Perhaps the calmest person in the
tragedy was a blind woman who was
led down a fire escape by her seeing
eye dog The woman clutched the
harness firmly and moved down slow-
ly. step by step Crowds cheered as
they reached the street.
Everywhere, there was confusion.
OumU threw their belongings from
windows to attract rescuers while
firemen pleaded with them to keep
I calm, and not to leap. Quickly they
Traveling 2& mils* a day the first raised ladders and spread nets
week and 35 miles dally thereafter
they planned to take odd jobs along
the way to pay expenses They plan
return home on horseback They
S the trp will culminate a war-
Bodies Line Corridors
At the emergency hospital
morgue set up at the city hall bodies
would like to walk down Oklahoma
City's Main street
The transformation Tuesday
morning was wonderful Bright
. spring print dresses and neat hair-
dos replaced dirty jeans. The girls
rolled their hair on- the bus Monday
night, having to ixirrow pins from
all aboard to get it up for their big
opening day in Washington
The six boys were all slicked up
in fresh suits and were handsome
escorts to the 23- girls
The people in Raleigh where the
crew stopped ’ for dinner before
starting the last lap into Washing-
ton. won’t soon forget the Webster
While waiting for the bus in front
of Sir Walter Raleigh hotel, they
gave out with vocal arrangements,
the prtxe offering being "Sipping
Cider Through a Straw "
Wednesday they were to visit- Ar-
lington. Mount Vernon, the Pen-
tagon building and the library of
Pauley in Korea Hospital
Suffering From Dysentery
SEOUL, Korea. June 5—l^i—U. S
Reparations . Commissioner Edwin W.
Pauley was confined to the 29th army
. general hospital Wednesday with
bacillary dysentery. Medical officers
said he may have contracted it on his „ r
recent inspection trip to northern ^r7he atomic’bomb tests.
} / \ TOMORROWS BEST BUY
Most everyone was awake when
the kids arrived in the rain in the
capitol shortly before daylight sing-
ing, "Oh. What a Beautiful Morn-
Refusing to let a little fatigue
keep them from their first look at
Washington and its marvelous build-
ings and national shrines, the kids
ate a hearty breakfast and started
out by streetcar and foot to see all
the guide. I. C. Oauntt. who with
his wife, also is host to the kids
here, had arranged.
He knows plenty about what 14-
year-olds like to see. Now conduct-
ing a tutoring school for senate
children. Oauntt two years ag was
one of the 30 outstanding youth
leaders in Washington chosen tobe
guests of Mrs. Roosevelt In the
These children saw Tuesday fa-
mous old paintings of the Barde of
Avon and a replica of the old Globe
theater in which he staged his
plays. They stood before the bench
"ET*n in the sanoke.” ha said. "I
could «* five bodies in the hallway.
I closed the door quickly and got
out on the ledge outside, thinking
to myadf that I would jump If the
~t come pretty quick,
my room in a few
led me out ail right."
by paying strikers at the expense of
the very employers against whom they i rnpUI®a
ar* striking" x | P«red.
F«R TBUR SKIN
WStotra soothing and comforting
to stotaawaMF caussd Itching, rash.
? tEHtot. pimp las. irritations, minor
t>uma. cuts, sprains and bruises.
CMtaiM wfcolesoms and soothing
fine tnr. Me SJL All drug stores. ~
& Co., was suspended because it re-
fused to abide by the arbitrary and
illegal action of the board of trade
directors, and not because of any in-
ability or unwillingness to meet its
tended upward several floors. Sparks i
were seen showering from the roof and '
it was believed flames had travelled
upward through an elevator shaft.
Smoke Kills Many
•■W . . - ___—r - - —
I^bor Seeks to Finance
Strike* With State Relief
WABHXNQTON. June S —UP>—
Frank ■ CUffe of the United States
Chamber of Commerce'said Wednes-
EkF .’TgtMia labor leaders" would like
to **!■• [the employer-created unem-
ptovment compensation reserves for
t for the chamber. CUffe,.
B nen-ctady. N. Y.. told the house
ways and means committee "A few
«t*Mto have already moved in thia
direction, and their people are now
in the anomalous position of encour-
Egiag strikes and prolonging strike*
Classically failored to wear with everything. Convertible neck.
Lime, melon or white. 32 to 3*.
(Centtnued From Page 1)
from the Baltic to the Adriatic, but
behind it is a broad band of territory
newtsintng nearly one-third of the
popula ion of Europe, apart from Rus-
sia." Churchill said in the debate.
F•Rsad* . • . Are Sown'
•It is here that the seeds of a new
world w*r are being sown." he added.
•Behind this curtain efforts are be-
ing made to Scuetize all the Soviet-
occupied sone of Germany.
”W« have to face the fact that two
Germanies are coming into being."
Be Warned that “it cannot be in the
interest of Russia to go on irritating i„p8 fro'm windows “wouldi'have been
the United State**' J■— - — ■ -
-The American eagle to a large,
strong bird with formidable beak and
clawa* he said, pulling laughter from
th* members with the remark that
th* eagle "Bits motionless and Mr.
Gromyko to sent day after day to
dined to identify him but said the
Germans were Hans Haska, 21, and
Eugene Schall, 20. The Print Eugen
to to be a target ship at Bikini atoll
On Sal* By
Cook Paint & Varnish Co., Pittsburgh Plate Class Co.
Ship Without Crew's Aid
SARNIA. Ont., June 5.—(JP)—The long unused
ganr a rd beginning at 6:15 p. m..
Wednesday at Wiley Post park.
Alpha Chi Nu will meet Mistletoe
Express in the City league opener
while Coronado Club play* Auto-Lite
tn the Commercial league nightcap.
Result* Tuesday; Meadow Gold 6.
Harbour-Longmire 7; Cato Oil R.
OCATBO. 0; Southwest Machinery
30. International Harvester 1.
rooms on the i
vived on the roof.
On the tenth floor an unidentified
man screamed. Tm crippled,
pk SCOTT TAGGART. 35. Cam-
XZ. bridge. Mass . a salesman, said
he ran into a fourth floor room and
■aw two people lying in the smoke I
flltod room Firemen then came j ______...
through the window to rescue them. ; man and a woman fully dressed lying
One Guest Sleeps On
Two men made their way to him
j and carried him down the fire escape.
One unidentified guest
through the fire. He was found asleep
in his fifth floor room, snoring jieace-
the league's council Wednesday with
an assertion that if the British and
Hindus do not agree to establishment ’
of a separate Moslem state (Pakistani, j
"we shall have it in spite of them." i
The council met in special session
the action of it* own directors, and "with absolute freedom of expression."
not by any restraining order entered jjnnMh said, to accept or reject the
| MONTROSE. Colo., June 5.—i>Pl—
House hunting World war II veterans
here are trying to get into the poor-
The county farm and poorhouse,
was sold Tuesday for
out that under the schedule an-
nounced in Washington Wednesday a (
first-time marine recruit would draw
as much as a staff sergeant with 10
, years in the army.
Nazi Stowaways Face
Deportation From U. S.
PHILADELPHIA. June 5.——Two
former crew members of the Nazi
heavy cruiser Prinr Eugen awaited de-
portation Wednesday to < ~
They left May 15 as stow-aways aboard
an unidentified American ship.
The men were turned over to the
federal bureau of investigation Tues-
day by a Philadelphian. The FBI de-
Other plants at Burlington, town. 1 covered with fire department blankets
an<i Rock Island. Ill . also were closed lined the ip^ble^ corf
by strike* but the workers
q jenqtly returned to their jobs.
<M*nvie* naval air station, said he
four.d a ieglea* war veteran, hop-
□tng *rr»und frantically on hto ar-
Uflcial legs, looking for a cane.
ipRASCA said he picked up the
1 Wounded vet and carried him
down Lb* fire escape.
learn Ma name .
Fred Malorrus St Louis. Mo.
• j.d v rn h* opened the door of his
filth floor room and waa "almost
knocked down by the black smoke "
clothes on fire."
Flame* Spread Quickly
The flames spread like a flash
I through the crowded cocktail lounge,
even igniting bills in the hands of
waitresses and customers. However, it
Eleven federal prisoners have taken .
advantage of the new federal criminal
procedure rule, and waived grand '
preferring to get
- —. I
According to police records. Pannell;
and Mrs. Perkins are the first two
"it over with" instead of waiting in
the grand jury .
Dterker, U. S.
district attorney, said Wednesday. |
The new rule, permitting federal'
prisoners to waive grand jury and
be prosecuted on information, became
effective March 21, 1946. It is since
.• , then that the 11 federal prisoners
I in his fifth floor room, snoring peace-
fully. Awakened by firemen, he put
1 — Hl. unH r.r. federal crime be prosecuted immedi-
ately ujxin information, but it brings
. out the human nature of prisoners. '
‘ in that those who have waived grand
tain i lurV indictment are the ones who j
were unable to make ball,"
I said "Prisoners who can and do make ,
SUEE BUT I BELIEVE IN A
PERSONAL CONTACT. BESIDES,
WE GET IT FMTEE TMS WRY J
Suspended Grain Firm
Answers Trade Actions federal court* hear them on informa-
tion filed by the U. S. attorney.
CHICAGO. June 5. — — Joseph
pants got out safely.
Frightened guests wh oeacaped wan- ,
dered through the streets and mingled
with the crowd of. bystanders. Later
they were taken to emergency accom-
modations in other hotel*.
An emergency first aid station and
morgue was set up in the city hall
The fire burned out the lobby. Dam-
age from both smoke and flames ex-
* Policeman Left Keys
In Car; You Know Rest
B. D Faris, police lieutenant in
charge of the bicycle registration di-
vision. was blushing as he went about
his work at the office Wednesday. He
left the keys in his automobile Tues-
day night and someone stole it.
Faris reported the theft when he
found the car gone from the drive-
way at his home. 509 NW 16. He had
gone out to put the car in the garage,,
but was a little too late.
/JJ I A
but. Taggart beard the firemen say
“thia man looks dead and the other
< C. Harmsen. 33. San Franctoco.
said, be»was in a cocktail lounge on
Um first floor of the hotel "when I
nouoed flames breaking ^nto one
**ce of the room."
“I raa to the lobby. More flames
wart licking the upright* of the
elevator shafts Even as I looked,
the fire spread to the ceiling and I
ties ; it for the street"
One of the rescuers. Bernard
Rraaea. a sailor stationed at nearby ^zrtbthed and with his suitcase packed. .
’ tried to climb out on a ledge from the '
third-floor window of his room.
I In the cocktail lounge scores
I customers were at table* and at the
•fA group of men were seated on the w.WV
right hand side of the room.” reported 1 "
I Frieda Martnnof. 25. a bar waitress.
Priests administered last rites to the
dead and sought to comfort their rel-
atives. Doctore hurried through the
hall, stethoscopes in hand, administer-
ing ktimulants. Red Cross girl* gave
first aid and served coffee to the les*
FirM Radio Facsimile Tonkawa College Get*
Note Sent to Moving Train Ready for Autumn Rush
WASHINGTON. June 5—<>P)—Thlr- TONKAWA. Jun* 5 —</p—At least <
ty persons on the Capital limited four new members will be added to
travelling from Baltimore to Wa»h- the faculty of Northern Oklahoma
Ing ton saw Tuesday the reception of Junior college for the autumn term
the fir*t transmission of a radio- opening September 9. Dr Loren N.
facsimile message to a moving train. Brown, president, ha* announced
The message, in the handwriting of Autumn enrolment 1* expected to b*
Margaret Truman, was the same as heavy, and barracks at the former
that flashed over the same route 102 Tonkawa prisoner of war camp ar*
years ago by telegraph—"what hath being converted to provide accommo-
God wrought.” dation* for some veteran student*.
BOWEL CLEANING POWER
OF ERB-HELP MEDICINE
One min. recently took ERB-
HELP three days and said afterward
that he never would have believed hl*
body contained so much filthy sub-
stance. He says his stomach, intes-
tines. bowels and w'hole system were
so thoroughly cleansed that hto con-
stant headaches came to an end,
several pimply skin eruptton* on hl*
face dried up overnight. «/ '
rheumatic pains in hto R
At present he 1
gether different man. feellni
every way. MJ
ERB-HEIT contains 12 Great
Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear 1
gas from stomach, act on sluggish I
liver and kidneys. Miserable people j
soon feel different all over. So don't
go on suffering! Get ERB-HELP!
Sold by all drug stores here in Okla- .
I homa City. |
down the fire escape to the sixth floor
from his sixteenth floor room,
"Another man and I went inside a
room on the sixth floor and found a
on their barks." he said. "They were
unconscious, *o we loosened their j
clothes We grabbed some towels and
soaked them in water and started .
down the hall.
Guest* Seream for Help
•'We found four people—but I
Couldn't tell whether they were dead
or unconscious. We went dow’n some j
stairs and finally found a window
. which led to a tire escape."
Hotel guest* leaned from windows
screaming for help. One mtn, fully
“I didn’t think we d get out. but we
found a fire escape.” said Mis* Ben- '
She was in an outside room and '
had just stepped from the bathroom 1
when she noticed the smoke Her 1
room was les* filled with smoke and j
ttk-progrta* since December 26 in two ■ she herded guest* into it.
plant* at Racme Wl» . employing 7 400
war Ker i and at Rockford. Ill. where
1 200 worker* were employed.
of the supreme court of the United
States, all the while soaking up the
tradition of all that has gone be-
fore in that history making build-
They sat in bbth the house and in
the senate and looked at famous
paintUigs in the Mellon art gallery,
more widely known as the National
Museum of Art endowed by tnl fa-
mous steel magnate. Noae* left jtheir
imprint* oh the Washington puses
and plenty of young mouths have
been set on hinges as the eyes and
ears couldn't aoak up enough of
this seat of democracy.
They stood beneath the dome of
magnificent capitol building and
catches caught their throat* in in-
describable feeling* of pride in their
country. They stood not as bobby
, soxers but as young Americans
They have said more than once
however that they would like some
of mother'* hot roll*. They've also
been insistent in their pride of their
home state. The youngsters frankly
Churchill agreed with Foreign Sec-
-etar- Bevtn Chat a 21-nation peace
, * conference should work out the prob-
lems of Europe unless the four lesding
foreign Ministers could reach sgree-
H« applauded the British hands-off
pottcy toward Spain which he de- '
- scribed a* "one of the least aggressive of them from the effect* of smoke i According to police records. Pannell i on««***, . ion* umu<xtm. ------- ---
of th* nation* of Europe." He sup- Few burned to death Thlrtv-five ner- and Mrs Perkins are the first two strike-bound cruise ship Nortmic found | *10.000. and the new owners plan to
ported internationalization of the Med- sons were given artificial respiration I fishermen to be arrested at I^ke * P°rt here Wednesday after her non- use it for veterans' housing.
ttarrancan port of Trieste, called for and revived, but some died later Hefner since th* start of the season,
a strengthened France and British Two doctors went from room to May 31
frtandahip with Belgium and Holland, room ---- —-------
and endorsed the British policy in conscious
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"IMS L-.-r—,______— . j- ______- -______—-
portsn: contribution to world peace" th* fourth floor who died of asphyxia-
by a "resolute denunciation of Com-
the most modern in the country." he
said. "Our investigation is starting at
once and will continue until we find
out everything there to to be known." ' -w s •
Firemen said the heaviest concen- J ICllTldllS
tratlon of flames .was on the fourth. ,
fifth and sixth floors, especially near
the south, or Madison street, side of
the building. Some flames shot even |
higher in one or two sections
In addition to th* city hall,
emergency first aid station was
up on the roof of the hotel. More i
upper floors were re-
halls and into rooms. Fire commission- f * ‘
er Corrigan said those who died in voluntary. . ."
as was* wiijuvna wuuiu I-FE7C7I3
all right of they had stayed in their
Corrigan estimated the damage at
"The board of trade was closed by
■je action of its own directors, and
by the court. The restraining order British cabinet mission plan for in-
.. restrained the board from engaging dependence of India.
Many of the victims died of asphyx- in certain practices which Robert W
iat|on as dense smoke poured through Buckley considered illegal. The clos-
-------2------------■ ing of the board was unnecessary and
than 25 guests overcome by smoke in ■ i*ur? indictment.
.. ____ —____ ______ 1 wllh" Ir
ition he said, th* British ever. • for
•rnment has “made an im- third floor and a 3-year-old girl
me lourin uoor ado aieu oi AspnyxiB**
; tion The boy's body was found by the
i Wtadow. where he apparently
i dragged himself to seek escape.
Dancer Turn* Samaritan
In all, 12 Red Cross ambulances
I with 100 stretchers and 37 city am-
bulances took victims from the scene.
i Niles Garron and Edith Bennett.
WASHINGTON. June 5. — — both of New York City, were on the
Sources which had been close to ne- 15th floor. The halls were filled with
gotlation* between 6 600 striking CIO- smoke and they saw many persons
Auto workers and the J. I. Case Co. , die. Oarron and Miss Bennett were
aaM Wedneaday they understood the entertainers tn the hotel's floor show.
istx»r department had abandoned con-
ciliation efforts and recommended
gmernment seizure of the company's
three idle plants
Adaouncement that President Tru-
man la taking over the plants was ex-
pected momentarily Strikes have been
throughout the entire downtown dis- police court at 2 p. m Wednesday on Korea.
~ ' Colorado Veteran, Trying
gene Freeman, died of asphyxiation. were signed Tuesday by igke patrol- ! trip, save for two dinners given by Get Into Poor House
Hysterical women and men clad in men Soviet officials.
pajamas fled to other hotels and stood Willto M. Pannell. 30. of 802NW ! - —♦----
aimlessly in lobbies. 8. was charged with having kept a Officers Dock Canadian
Doctors Aid Victims 9-inch baas and Mrs. Agnes Perkins, j
Red Cross officials said some of the 41. of 121 NE 3. was charged with
victims died enroute to hospitals, most keeping a bass 11 Inches long.
.k— •------ ------j Of amoke. , --------------- ------"
Few burned to death. Thirtv-five per- I
i^miBeam port <rf Trieste, called for *nd revived, but some died later
-r - Two doctors went from room
firtaodahip with Belgium and Holland, room and gave stimulants to semi- i
conscious occupants overcome by
smoke. They could do nothing,, how-
Z ", - Z a 10-year-old boy on the!
______Oklahoma City Times______________2______
11 Waive Jury Weary Webster Bobby Soxers
By MARY JO CLEMENTS
WASHINGTON. June 5. — < Spe-
cial.!—The bobby soxers went to
sleep in the house of representatives
Tuesday morning while the con-
gressmen discussed the house bill on
rivers and harbors, but waked up
long enough to shake hands with
Rep. Monroney and later to tour
the Folger Shakespeare library, the
supreme court, the capitol building
botanical gardens, the National Mu-
seum of Art and the Smithsonian
Tuesday night these exhausted
chllrden boarded a pleasure boat
for a four-hour cruise on the Po-
tomac to Mount Vernon.
They hit their beds at 11:30 p. m ,
the first time they’ve slept for 17
hours. The ailing generator failed
on the bus Monday at Ashville, N.
C., forcing the touring honor stu-
dents to drive all night in order to
meet the heavy shcedule of tours
Dierker I -----------------
Marine Recruiters On* B°rrotra a Tir*> Otht>r
kw r« i* -4 Totc^-Both Reach Town
Loafing Says Colonel spokane, wash. June s.—<4^—
Lanigan. U. 8 marine Misery loves company—fortunately for
Mr and Mrs. A. D. Strickler of Oro-
! vllle and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wyne-
coop of Weilpinlt.
He has been making surprise visits The Wynecoops had a flat tire on
in the entire marine corps area and the highwray, and no spare. Shortly
has found “that a lot of men are just. after, the Stricklers’ car slowed to a
hiding out when on recruiting duty in' stop behind them—out of gas. It was
the smaller cities and towns.” he said 1 simple: The Stricklers loaned the
Wednesday. "But that will be stopped Wynecoops a tire and the Wynecoops
pronto ” towed the Stricklers to town. The
Col. Lanigan is keenly disappointed Wynecoops bought a tube and the
in the military pay boost bill, pointing Stricklers bought j?as.
that under the „2„Z_2_ — ~ ,
Growing Support Claimed
For U. S. Shipping Probe
WASHINGTON. June 5.—(4h—Sen-
ator Aiken (R., Vt.) said Wednesday
mounting public support to gathering
behind hto request for a congressional
investigation into "unconscionable
conditions'’ in the maritime commis-
sion and war shipping board
Rep. Wigglesworth <R . Mass.)
i lodged a similar request in the house.
unidentified American ship,
M. Brown. 47. and
54. Oakland. Calif .
into the corridor ’from
floor room but. were forced back Mrs.
oe-\ g . s. 1-4 l. *■• * * DT OU n wHN OXfriOiTlt* DV STTlOKv. flri . .. . nat W
•One of them said. Gosh, it s hot tn hllshand wraD.w»d her in a wet sheet biU1 are ln no hunY to n OVfr
.».i- - nusoana wrappea ner in a wet sneet ulth thav ttatf lnr „ranrt tupv
... . . and held her out the window by her
8100.000 and said it was the "worst
hotel fire in the city's history." Fifty -
fire engines answered a 5-11 alarm. Two Oklahoma City fishing en-
and their sirens could be heard wailing thusiasts were scheduled to appear in
f hrmiohni «• iha anile* ______a - _ ww* _ ~a_____a_____
IrtCt- charges of keeping bass smaller than
One fireman. Battalion Chief Eu- the legal size of 12 inches. Complaints
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946, newspaper, June 5, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1765544/m1/2/: accessed September 26, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.