Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 20 of 24
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At City Market
New high a established for the *ec-
men's of open cominitmenu. The
window, pried open
Allen declared, "you have done much
of Great Western. Centray of N. J„
Highway Patrol who resigned in No-
job at Tulsa.
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At a Glance
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Move Up, “Oats
Roy H. Scrivner to serving his custo-
mer* o -ns air-freighted from
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Mrs. Lena B Palmer of Dallas, Texas.
vember, 1943, to go into private busi-
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•to* ewtattote at lite o'clock (Oklahoma
would-be house breaker away
her bedroom window
night. She said she was in her bed- I
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ing the annual meeting of the Na-
tional Tax conference, which opened
Sunday and will last through Thurs-
day. Smith went as a delegate for the
state at the request of Governor Kerr.
Cotton futures eased into new low |
ground in the final hour of trading
WeCrvadsy as New Orleans turned a
more h«rr««ive seller with only scale- |
down mill support in evidence.
Futures closed 5 to 80 cents a bale
l Ponce City
.. I Shawnee
X 71 I
will ’ be in Memorial Park
cemetery, under the direction of the
Hahn funeral home.
to outstrip the number filed a year
ago. ‘ *“
Figures released Wednesday by 6.
Mr and Mrs F
Midwest City, a son
Mr. and Mrs. v.
June as Dairy month through- 'J'
Consolidation of Two
Rail Unions Predicted
PITTSBURGH. June 5 —</P)—Con-
solidation of the two large independ-
Ma*. Ml. B.
she was born June 21. 1882.
came to Oklahoma in 1889. .
Mrs. Owrey was an active member
the Kelham Avenue Baptist
Allies Getting Tough
TOKYO. June 5.——Allied head-
—i decreed Wednesday that
Emperor Hirohito must have hto au-
British Jet Engines
NEW YORK. June 5 —//Pl—Produc-
tion in the United States of the Brit-
ish jet aircraft engines—the Rolls-
Royce Nene and Derwent types—will
be undertaken by the Taylor Turbine
Corp., an American engineering pro-
duction group headed by P. B. Taylor,
former vice-president and general
manager of the Wright Aeronautical
Corp., it was announced Wednesday.
Tsylor's organization, operating un-
der a licensing arrangement with the
British firm, expects to be in produc-
tion early in 1947.
new businesses or becoming employers
for the first time. In May. 1945,
there were 900 such applications.
Each month of 1946 has shown an
increase over the same month of 1945, 1
records in the social security division
of the bureau show.
Belgian Ration Raised
BRUSSELS. June 5.—(A»i—Premier
Achille Van Acker announced Wed-
nesday the monthly Belgian butter
ration will be raised from nine to 14
.. I Durant
P»uls Vallwy *0
Favorites Up In
prospects continued to rate as primf
factors in trading operations. As a
consequence most dealers showed con-
Traded at higher levels were issues
Modern Dairy Maid
Lovely Jo-Ann Summer proves
to be a very curvacious dairy
maid, and her costume, not
quite the customary one for
dairy maids, should start a
new trend In that direction.
Jo-Ann, in conjunction with
the naming of the month of
*te _ .
V. S Steel ....
"to take the mystery out of finance '
by giving full publicity to the oper-
ations of the securities markets as
rth Aff O*.
MM 'Fiei ••
SEATTLE. June 5.——Delegates
arriving Wednesday in advance of
Thursday's opening of the interna-
tional labor organization's maritime
Pennsylvania regional meeting of his Oklahoma City. He is survived by his |
a »lster-in-jaw. the exchange
Oatg, bv . No
Oat*, bu . No _
2. white or mixed .
2, yellow, ahelled .
MHO. kafir (cwt )
Assessor in Chicago—Cragin Smith,
Nance of 1720INE 10: and three sis- county assessor, is in Chicago attend-
ters, Mrs. W. A. Wilkerson of Dallas.
Texas; Mrs. Sadie Bruza of 1513 NE
16. and Mrs. J. W. Knizek of 1622
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Breadlees Cafe Owned
Imports by Air Freight
SPRINGFIELD. Mo, June 5.—(Ab—I
Determined not to let a bakers' strike
interfere with hto selling hamburger*.
f * i cau- p‘ve
tfornu at a cost of 8119.32 without;
aa increase in price.
Scrivner opened hto new drive-in
restaurant May 27 and Just a* he got
gems | • <J on hamburgers, bakers in
MMitnwwrtfflS Mtoaouri went on strike.
Wednesday the restaurant owner
and s pilot friend engaged a small
plane to ferry home 200 loaves of
brrad and 80 dozen buns, shipped air
freight to Kansas City by a California
1. Droee of
2. Units of
11. Stop J®*
New Social Security
Numbers Still Gaining
Applications for social i
numbers for new employers continue
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‘Luxury Bread’ Abolished
MEXICO CITY. June 5.— (Ab —
"Luxury bread." Including many pas-
Bond Market Irregular,
Treasury Issues Steady
4 NEW YORK. June 5.— A*i—Rail Is-
sues tended upward in the bond mar-
ket Wednesday but there were enough
laggards to give the list an irregular
pattern toward midsession.
Changes for the most
confined to fractions.
Services for Mrs. Mary Owrey,
pioneer Oklahoman, who died
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Auto Firm Enjoined—The E J. John-
son , . ~
permanently enjoined from violating
OPA ceiling prices for used cars, under
orders filed with the federal court
president of Chi Psi fraternity, clear
, untiring worker and dis-
tinguished American citizen, we are
honored that you are a son of Stetson."
hrirtr, 17 40.
heavy beef bulls to
WASHINGTON. June 5.—<A*>—Leg-
islation providing for a broad pro-
gram of military co-operation" with ,
other western hemisphere nations was
I approved Wednesday by the house for-
— i rign affairs committee.
rW YORK. June 5.— (UP)—Cot- . - -
Futures held steady in early quiet I
Market attention continued to cen-
ter in price control legislation and ;
Ux statement of Sen. Thomas <D Th<_ tralnin< of muitary and
personnel of those nations:
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trol commission, effective Thursday,
to save sugar, flour and fats.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
and Enginemen said Tuesday night.
Robertson, speaking at a western
Robertson said his union members
"are for the merger." i~ • i
_____ l announced at headquarter* Wednes-
Time Set—Ruble Charles
Springfield. Mo. recently
convicted in federal court for his part
in bringing 334 cases of bonded liquor
into the state last December was given
until July 24 to perfect his appeal to
the circuit court of appeals at Denver.
The order was signed Wednesday by
Judge E. 8. Vaught.
3, 35 lb . OPA »ralv
3. 37 lb OPA .
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Temperature and Rainfall
Highest temperature yesterday
Lowest temperature last night
Total 24-hour precipitation ending
at 7:30 a. m. none.
' CITY OFFICE AT 1923 CLASSEN—
Highest temixrature yesterday 79
Highest temperature a year ago yes-
terday 76. Highest temperature ever
recorded in 56 years 95. <1913). Low-
est temperature last night 61. Low-
est temperature a year ago last
night 63. Lowest temperature ever
recorded in 56 years 48. (1919).
Total 24-hour precipitation ending
7 30 a. m . none
SUNRISE AND SUNSET DATA—
Rises tomorrow at 5:15 a. m. Sets
7 43 j> m /
Begins 4'46 a. m. Ends 8:12 p. m
Phase first quarter. Rises 12 22 p.
m. June 6. Sets 1:35 a. m June 7.
Weather report for 24 hours ending
a. m. Wednesday:
Ukranian Wheal Crop
Size Depends on Ruin
KIEV. June 5.—<Ab—A high official
of the Ukranian government told for-
eign newsmen here Wednesday that
the size of the Ukraine wheat crop
depends on whether conference jockeyed for favorable po-
; sitions on the conference's hottest is-
! sue—a minimum wage for able sea-
Experienced conference observers
forecast government representatives
would hold the balance of power on
Separate caucuses were being held
by the three groups of delegates, labor,
ship operators and government rep-
resentatives. Considerable speculation
was heard in conference huddles as
to what stand the various government
delegates would take on the proposal
to establish a minimum wage that
' would be acceptable to the nations af-
1 filiated with the CIO.
Extra, No 1
3 and 4. 33
fall by June 15 to end the long drouth.
During a six-day tour of Kiev and
the surrounding vicinity correspon-
dents interviewed government and
UNRRA officials and collective far-
mers to get a picture of the crop
•1 situation in European Russia's bread
‘ I basket.
61 ..' Antler,
the statement of 8en Thomas ID.,
Okla ), that there were enough sen-
•tor* to back his proposal to elim- Re^7 maintenance’'M “their
ivt**A tn* i»vsntrnle mil hoci/* farm
Mr. Truman told congress in a May
6 message the chief purpose of the
bill is to permit standardization of
military equipment and training.
General Dwight Eisenhower and Ad-
miral Chester W. NimUz testified at
hearings that once goods and proced-
j ure are standardized the western hem-
tophere would be prepared to act
Jointly In the event of a future war.
The two military leaders and Sec-
•nd 13 SO
held all of
Kansas City Produce *
KANSAS CITY, Jun* 5 -<*■>—Reptwenta-
I tlv* price* quoted at Kanaa* City ien* In
doxen* and noultry and butter to pound* un-
leas other*l*e noted!:
Eco-Tte tollowmc price,
market <*lu«*. caae* Included
and 2 34 rent*; extra,. No
standard, 330 33 5. current receipt,
dime, 2* 5U3* 5. check* MtiX;
37 5 cent*.
Jobber, (carton*). 57.23
Jobber* (carton*). 55*7
income of $196 millions tn thn
some analysts said
were more favorable than had
in Wall Street to publish full annual
reports on all phases of Its operations
o* t . s_ » • * * 1 “As head of the largest securities
St. LOUIS Livestock I brokerage firm in the world," Dr.
NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, in . June 5 —rip - -■
»’i4j>5; to take the mystery out of finance
' and supply department store service
I to big and little investors alike. One
British Reda Urge State
Steel-Iron Industry Control
LONDON. June 5 — (ZP>— The Brit-
ish Communist party called on the
government Wednesday to take over
the iron and steel industry immedi-
ately and run it as a government con-
cern until proposed nationalization
laws can be prepared and rushed
"Any fprm of state control or public
ownership that leaves the representa-
tives of the street monopoly en-
trenched in the administrative ma-
chinery is fraught with the gravest
danger." the party said in a statement
critical of announced plans for a gov-
ernment board to supervise the indus-
try until it is nationalized. *
and Mra C C Allen Route 7. a *on
Mi and Mr* L E lonM 1*43 NW 10, a ron
Mi and Mr*
Enroll this evening for June term
(6 weeks) OCU DOWNTOWN classes,
where air conditioning makes study a
pleasure. Accounting. English, algebra,
refresher, mathematics, government,
of the Kelham Avenue Baptist history, vocabulary building. Amerl-
church. and besides her husband is
survived by one son. Rev. Norman
Owrey of 1818 NE 11: five daughters.
out the country, appeared at
Sheffield Farms office. New
York, to help celebrate th<e
62nd anniversary of the intro-
duction of the glass milk con-
tainer. Jo-Ann holds a mod-
26 Killed as-New Fighting
Reported in Philippines
MANILA. June 5.—(A»>—A three-
hour skirmish between 1.200 Filipino
military police and 300 guerrillas who
ambushed them in the mountains of
Nueva Aclja province northeast of
Manila was reported* Wednesday by
Major Maximo Nocete, provincial pro-
Nocete said the attackers opened fire
with machineguns. mortars and
automatic rifles and the police killed
i 24 guerrillas and lost two of
Officer in Germany
Elected District Judge
MARIPOSA. Calif., June 5—(ZP’—
Lieut. Col. Burton F. Ellis, chief pros-
ecutor at the Malmedy trials of Ger-
mans charged with slaying American
soldiers captured in the Battle of the
Bulge, was elected district attorney
of Mariposa county in Tuesday s elec-
Col. Ellis was voted in as a ■write-in
candidate. The campaign was con-
ducted by hto wife, a deputy auditor
for Mariposa * county. He defeated
Judge H. H. Carlson by a three-to-
— iJUSDA' — Ho«». 4 500 slauchtor barrow* and
Hit* *14 50 mo*t *co«* and >(*<* d .
cholcr feeder* (15 50: bulk medium to cholc*
•0-139 lb* . *15 35
Caul*. 1 300. calve, 1.200 Cholc* ateer*
(17 10-1 17 50. xood steer, *16915 75; medium
to good *15frl5 65: choice 541 lb mixed
▼aartlng, *17 50; hitheat tor mixed *lnce Jan-
uary 30: top heifer, *17 35; moat tood and
choice heifer* and mixed yearling* *15 7S*«
17 40; medium *13915; few rood cow* *139
13 75; common and medium beef cow* *9.759
13 50. canner, and cutter* *79*35; rood beef
bull* *13.75*114 35: medium and good *au-
•ate bull* *11.759 1):, few (13 X; choice veal-
er» *17 90; medium and rood *13*115 50: cull
and common (7911 50
Rheep 1 200; rood and choice iprinrer,
*15917 SO; bit packer* talking aharply lower
or (16 down on aprlng lamb*, few
ewe, (707.75. quotable top *5 on fre*h clipped
At thr close wheat was unchanged
to ft oeats higher, corn was unchanged
to ft ceqt* higher, oats to 1\ cents
higher, and rye was unchanged No-
vember barley wa* bid m cents h’.:h-
«r without attracting offerings.
Wheat Estimate Lowered
Oat» provided most of the activity.
Pr ce» were firm throughout the first
hour with most contracts ahead frac-
tionally. Some buying appeared based
on the hope that ceilings would be
removed on this grain, if not on other
cereal*. Oats trading was in the pit
formerly occupied by wheat.
Prodaction of winter wheat as of
June 1 was estimated at 751,089.000
bushel* by C. M. Galvin of James
E Bennett and Co., grain firm. While
this estimate was higher than the
May 1 government forecast of 742.- i
•87.000 bushels, it was well under Gal-
vtn'S May 1 estimate of 785.279.000
bu*hrl». production in 1945 was 823,- !
ITT 000 biuheb.
Free* Damage C ited
OstMh 4*id. "ProspectIve production
waa revised downward primarily be-
cause of a larger indicated abandon-
ment tha* shown in our May 1 re-
port*. This estimate gives no con- !
aicera*to«*r. ... to possible frost dam- '
■Ce that might have occurred as a I
result of freezing temperatures in the !
WMkern portion of the belt May 10." 1
ActjfC; of the Kansas City board of
trade la partly closing it* futures mar- I
ket had no influence on local prices.
Trading in Kansas City, effective
Wednesday will be confined to settle- ; -w-w-g
was taken because ceiling regula- Defense Plan
iwewent normal, liquid markets.
Cansaa City exchange said.
Na rth west
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* York Cotton Futures
(•y ***rrlll Ljroeb PtaSte F»nn*r
CHICAGO. Jun* 5'—I*—< USDA >— Salable
hoc, 5.000. total 10 500 actlv*. *teady.
and choice barrow* and tilt* *14 SS cellins;
»ow* 14 10 cellln* complete early clearance
Salable cattle 7 500 total 7.500. aalable
calve* 400. total 400 f
»tron< to 19c hither
•teer and heifer
hl«her than Monday
control injunction suits against the
Farmers Co-Op Elevator Co of Chat-
tanooga and the Farmers Union Co-
Op exchange at Stillwater were dis-
missed in federal court Wednesday by
NEW YORK. June 5.—iJPi—The
stock market halted it* skidding trend
j of recent sessions Wednesday al-
• ; though u attempts at recovery were
Dealings continued in light volume
Influenced by skepticism over labor-
management relation* and tendency
of many customers to await con-
gressional price control moves. Spe-
cial situations as to earnings and div-
idends buoyed some favorite*. En-
couragement was derived from lack ot
Selected industrials and utilittea
were among the best performers. Most
price changes were held to narrow
proportions Near the fourth hour,
gains ol fractions to more than 2
point* were in the majority.
Recovery I* Broad
American Woolen preferred wa» up
more than 8 points at one time and
the common more than 2. Western
Union "A" reflected the approval of a
10 percent rate increase. Others reg-
istering advances included American
At Foreign Power. U. S Steel. Ana-
conda. American Can. duPont. Allied
Chemical. Texas Co.. Wyandotte
Worsted (new). American Smelting.
| Dow Chemical. Johns-Manville, Good-
I rich. Douglas Aircraft and Publie
r Service of N J.
On the offside were Bethlehem.
American Telephone. Goodyear. U. S.
- Rubber. Woolworth. Phelpa Dodge and
Gainers in the curb included Citiea
Service. City Auto Stamping. Electric
Bond & Share. Arkansas Natural Ga*
"A.” Howard Stores and American <fc
Foreign Power warrants Backward
were Burry Biscuit and Niagara Hud-
Textile Stock Get* Play
Despite estimates that class I rail-
roads for the first four months had
a $6 millions deficit compared wUh
Prowler Scared Away—Eloise Mick- 1945 period,
ner. 23. apartment dweller of 219 NW result*
4. told police her *cream frightened a been expected, attributing the position
from l0 reduced operating expense* and
late Tuesday tBX accrua.1*.
J. Fesry. 3X NW X * *on
Mr. and Mr* J Caln. 515 E. Carter Mld-
vnt City a dau*hter
•Mr and Mr*. Ruawll Brown. 33 8W 43.
rpHE following divorce decrees were
1 on record Wednesday at the court-
Bertha B from Walter R Hampton.
Jame* from Catharine Hunter.
Dixie Lou from Jame* Lewi*
Olive Jo from Au»t4n R Smith.
George from Ehxabeth Burke
Rubye Van from Leon Tom Van Cleave.
Mary from Augue*' Koeisrh »r
Gerald R from Julia Corrlne Ard.
.Earldtne B from W Eurene Co*
Jode«n from Harold Francl* Spra«ua.
Mayme from Louie R. Ronchetto >
Billie from Je*»e B Brown jr.
Roue Lee from William Herman Johnaon.
Marguerite from Harry Butler BoyeW.
Lena from A J. Cofer
Helen from C. B DeBpaln •
Donnie from Vernou Lee Brown.
Magdaleno from Alva Powell
Thomaa Weatev from Katherine Hamilton.
Helen from Willie Rodrigue*
Katie from Willie Willlama jr
Helen from Vernon Clifford Johnaop
Ramona from Olin Baggett Jr.
M F. from EardUt Smith.
Grace from F. R Hauler
Dorotha Jean from Aurthur A Aud.
Denna Lee from Jame* R. Lon*.
Nellie Mae from Johnnie E Taylor.
Anna from Robert Hartfield
Oracle N from L B Bryan.
Lol* from Loul* Btrauch.
Eunice Y from Charles Phil Belsky.
Mary from EIvu* Ward.
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rpHE following marriage license*
1 Were on record Wednesday at the
Ell Bunch jr , ». Harrah, and Dora Canning.
Richard Ward Illge. 3t. Boring. Ore . and
Elizabeth Josephine Crother*. 1*. of X31
Glen E Moore. 33. Salt Lake City. Utah, and
Dorothy L London, 19. of 435 NW 13.
Max O Morgan, legal age. Oklahoma City,
and Betty Lou Westfall, legal age. 1503 "
J C Logsdon. 35. of 1131 N Barnas.
Betty Lou Lair. 1*. ot X13 NW 13
Corwin* H Hank*. 32 of 145 NE 23.
Sylvia Kinder. 1*. of 1133 NW 5g.
Arthur S Mathl*. 69. Dalia*, and
A t.udlam. 55 Wichita Fall*. Texas
Edward L. Redd. X. Cleveland, end Franc**
Marie Reed. 21. Edmond.
Joseph R L»v*que. 40. of 114 NW 9. and
Josephine Gllpatrlck X. of 114 NW •
Jerry Bower, legal age. 720 NW X and
Nell Donnell Cronkhlte. legal age 2520 NW X
U»>w>*» Patrick Frederick Eskew. 34 Midwest City,
dispute and Helen Loraine Brown. 33 of 2O« E Boeing
— Sam Thompson 37, of 1713 Wiekllff. and
Andne Rernell Carroll. It of 405 SE 2*
Arthur K Houston. 27. of 3231 SW X and
i La Wanda Patrick' X of 335 ft Broadway.
j Low Wage ‘Hot Potato’
As World Seamen Meet
Xy , * •* V/lltGI *v» »-*» ww w.ww w
Unchanged or a shade lower wers
Peoria. 8c Eastern. Frisco. Seaboard
Air Line. Southern Pacific^ and West-
In the foriegn dollar section Greek
part paid 7s hit a new low for the
year with a fractional decline.
U. S. governments held steady In
inate pnee control* on all basic farm |
Report* also circulated that the
high margin* now in effect a* a re-
sult of OPA orders »ould be removed
through an amendment to price con-
Eeriv dealings Wednesday saw near
moc± liquidation and transferring to
d;*t*mt position*. Moderate trade price
fixtnc also was noted.
Late afternoon prices ranged from
“,<l torr o7
fVWivdhvY fn»in*M aaa*w( (ntzw I nn *' Y
sized their belief the legislation would
, not promote an armament* race.
They said most of the war material
transferred to the other countries
merely would replace obsolete goods.
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Ship Union Opposes
Navy Volunteer Use
BALTIMORE. June 5.— —The
Baltimore committee for maritime
| unity issued a statement Wednesday
protesting the possible use of inac-
naval reserve volunteers as
•strike-breakers" in the shipping
strike set for June 15.
The committee is composed of rep-
resentatives of all local CIO union*
involved in the wage-hour <
and to headed by Harry Conner, port
agent for the National Maritime
Burglars Are Foiled—P atrolmen
cruising in northeast Oklahoma City
early Wednesday morning found what
apparently was an attempt to break
into the Creston Hills food market,
2348 N Eastern. The door facing bore
marks of having been pried against
with a large metal bar. Entry was
not gained, however.
WW O ■ ■ ■ - - — - - — — ^ - | £
ent unions involved in the recent rail- I
road strike to ‘ f°of ^the Je>e“ ot Talihina. I.eFlore
President D. G. Robertson y>t the former clty resltlent. who died Tues-
day in Talihina, will be at 2 p. m
Thursday at McAlester. Jeyes had a
plumbing business while living in
The measure, requested by President
I Truman, would authorize
executive to arrange for:
The training of military and naval
countries of the hemisphere;
Paulette Shops in Paris
Vacationing in Paris, Hollywood's Paulette Goddard pays a visit to one of the city's famed
fashion houses. She admires a print-top dinner gown with a generous taffeta skirt that is
drawn into a huge bow at the left side. A high-crowned cap repeats the splashy floral print
of the bodice and long black taffeta gloves match the skirt. (Acme photo.)
CHICAGO. June 5.—</P>—All wheat
futures closed st their ceilings |
Wednesday ** gain* of 5 cent* were i
•cored by oid-siyle contract*, bring- ,
Ing 'hem to their new maximums i I
for the first time. Celling price*
brought out a little selling but it was
sufficient to force quotations be-
Old qnrn cxmlracts also advanced 5
•snta ttlcMng 10 cent* under their
maximum Trader* expect these de-
IlwrMa to be at celling* on Friday,
advancing the ft-cent dally limit In |
each aeaaiftn Oat* provided most of
the trading activity and advanced.
gree of doctor of laws by Stetson uni-
....... In conferring the degree, one of the
load* i.tM-i.400 io choir* *te«r* i* oo ceiling. few such honors ever bestowed on a
---------- ----- .—’wg wall Streeter. Dr. William Sims Allen.
president of the university, stressed
lj775o Merrill's accomplishments in helping
can literature, business law. religious
education, salesmanship and character
Mary Fike of 1416 NE 16. Mrs. Ruth '
Vaughn of 718 SE 33. Mrs. Edna
Snawder of 1605 NE 15 and Mrs. Anna
v.egrr 3533 NW
WASHINGTON June *.—(*>—The position
ot the treasurv June 3. compared with cor-
rr«nondlng date a year ago
Rec eipt* 464.025 503 69 *35 *54 305 52
Expenditure* 4171.133 *57 25 ~72.?::.“ “I
Balance *16 775 494 662 0* (• 7*7 004 006 S3
CuitomH receipt* tor month L — —
*1 (15.645 54
Receipt* tiM-al year July I (31.(21 544.575 *1;
*40 61* 356 726 89
Expenditure* tiaeol year
(91.131.44 1 56 1 99
Excea* ot expenditure* (21.054.434.339 46;
*50.513 0*4 935 10.
Total debt *37 1 4*3.142 2X 54; (340.4M.W1.-
Decree** under previou* day *1.*53.18*.-
C Owen by. M14 8
Walter Wilaon. »» "
i day. He has been assigned a trooper *
job at Tulsa. ■ »core
• • •
Illinois Family Here — Mrs. A. F.
Huttinoff and four sons of New Icn-
nox. III., arrived in Oklahoma City
Wednesday to visit her sisters. Miss
Florence Coughlin, secretary in
U. 8. district attorney's office.
Miss Mildred Coughlin..
Dutreau. 504 Oak-
to ask. There were small packages of
mixed yearlings at 814.50 to 815 50. ’
Slaughter Cattle Advaace
Medium to good tat cow* brought *11 009
13.50. but tor moat part the butcher aaaort- j
ment conaiited of canner*. cutler* and low I
trade* ot fat cow* aelllng from 7.00911.00. I
F*lr to medium bologna bull* brought 10.50
912 00 with odd sauaage grade* up to 13 00. I
Throughout, the (laughter trade waa a 359
50c advance tor th* three day*. w
While th* calf market wa* not aa peppery
a* early week, price* continued on • «trong ;
to 25c higher baal* Heavy calve* carrying
yearling weight, nold up to 16 50 Juat aver- a
age-good grade* In *11 weight* brought from
15 009 16 00 down to 13 50 on medium* with
cull* *nd common* largely 9 00912 00.
On* load of choice whltetace atocker yearl-
ing* *old at 10 35 tor a new top In *everal
week, Medium to good red and roan atocker*
brought WOOK 15 00 and they were largely
common* that sold from 13 00 down.
Stack Caw* Kell High
Stock cow, »old at the hlgheat b**i* tn
monllu. whlteta<e* being backed at II 00<u
13 00 and red and roan* from 8 50*i 11.00 Th*
general replacement trade I* X9 50e higher
for th* week and In many Instance* more,
eanecially on medium and low priced kind*
There wa* no change In th* hog market
Everything on (laughter account brought
14 55 for barrow* and gilt* and 13 80 for
■ow* and (lag* Under 135-lb average pig*
•old on »t<x-ker account at
Sheep and lamb price*
early veek'l advance, good
■ kina bringing 15 00915 75
•horn lamba 13 00«> 14 00
clipped ewea brought 7 00V* 8 00 down
on medium* with few eutl* under * 50.
brotherhood, said the merger would wife, Johnnye,
produce a combined membership ol ]■■ — • — ~ ~
200.000. He reported his union, ac- *
tive since 1873. has 120,000 members Lowry Back on Patrol—Henry B.
uuMuy m.... * and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Lowry, former chief of the Oklahoma
tries"!* Abolished* by the price con- Engineers, much younger has^ 80 00(k
'» i quarters
tom obi les repaired only by firms in
good standing. It disapproved an im-
perial request for repair of automo-
biles by the Bosch department of
Irlmi Shokai. a German film not 11-
censed by allied headquarters.
(Theee quotation* are ba*ed on report* ot
war food admlrtUtration for ll»t* flat In ware-
house in Oklahoma City territory »
15 15-in. whit*, middling, lb.. 37.M cent*.
',’incb wbita. middling, lb.. 35.0* cent*.
(Price* in Oklahoma City)
Butterfat, per pound •
EGGS AND POULTRY
tremely hairy army reach in through preferred shares of American Woolen
a window. Investigation disclosed the represented further response to the
intruder had stood on a platform out- company's favorable earnings position
side her window, pried open the and its call for a stockholders’ meet-
screen. ing to act on the recapitalization pro-^
Power shareholders noted the re-
port of the Edison Electric Institute
that distribution in the week ended
June 1. dipped to 32741.256.000 kilo-
watthours from 3.941.265.000 in the
preceding week, and was 11 percent
under the like period a year ago.
room when she saw a bare and ex- Ond successive day by common and
Tuesday in her home. 1605 NE 15. '
will be at 2 p. m. Thursday in the
Kelham Avenue Baptist church.
Mrs. Owrey was the wife of Au- |
gustus N. Owrey. retired Frisco rail-
road man. A native of Tell City, Ind..
New York Produce
/-new YORK. Jun* 5 —<)F—Butter receipt*
517.053 firm maximum price* to croai»«n*e
•et br OPA for new rarton* bulk butter Se-
llvered New Yotk Creamery, higher than 92
and premium* marx* <AA» 47’,«. S3
•core (A! 4«’<c. *0 wore <B' 48!*c. 8* teore
Flr»t hand receiver* whole**!* price >*vei» rm
, bulk carton* Creamery, higher than 93 ».-cro
' and premium m«rk» <AA> 47*«c; 92 *core iA>
47>«c. 90 wore 'B> 47c. 80 wore (Cl 48' ,c
(New tub* kdti !» ten’ • pound oft *11
grade, lined tub* or reconditioned add ’« cent 1
Chee** receipt* 605 724 firm pne** un-
rhanced Maximum prtec* tor primary whole-
saler, New York Citv bx«e-»>*r lb I St«|»h
American chee*e. whole milk, rubiert to syb-
,tdv Cheddar,, twin* or -large »tyla. per lb.
25 38 renU TlaU 35 roung %m*firan.
Lofithorn# and single Dataiaa W 65c. pienlc*.
midtrM and «quAre prlnta MWr nroewaed
over 3 lb« 26 ♦<<■. prorefu^ed over lt to 3 roa.
IP . processed ’h lr** ‘ dot, I
’’Maximum mrKea for primary whoieaalere
(New, York City ba»e-i»er Ibj Freeh tmttxctn
cheea*. whole milk. non-*ub»ldl«ed Cheddar*,
twin* or large ,tyle. per lb 29 13 cent*, data
39 38c: young American. Longhorn*, and alngle
Datale* 30 40c, picnic*, midget* and wiuare
print* 30 65c proceeded over 3 11m 33 It; Proc-
eaaed over '* To 3 lb* 33 31; croceMed '» ib.
and leaa «per do* > *3 0* .
Egg* receipt* 50 2X. firm; current genera*
wholeeale price* follow ‘
Midweatern mixed color*- Extra*. No 1 to
No 4 45 lb, and over 37937 8; medium 40-
44 lb* 34 5 9 35c. »tandard No 1 to No 4. «♦
lb* and over J4«3«c: current receipt* 33 »9 X;
dlrtle*. 43 lb* 33933. check* » 5931
Mldwe»t»rn white. Extra*. No 1 to No 4.
45 lb* and over 37 5W3S 6c; medium. 48-44
lb* 35935 5C.
Midweatern brown* Extra*. No I to No 4.
45 lb* and over 37938 8c. medium. 40-44 Iba.
— (Poultry quotation* ar* wholesale *el!*ra
Auto Exchange. 215 8 Walker, was price* which include *
. .. J .---— above celling level, tor fir»t hand dutnbuuoa
coat* and comrr.i„lon» >
Drewed poultry steady Duck* fresh, dry
packed, boxe*. grad* "A’ »prtng« » 5c
frozen, dry packed, boxe*. alt Mae*. 3*9 X 7e.
Chicken*, frozen, western, boxe*. all «**••
X9 42c Old rooeter*. tro»en. dry pack*d,
boxes. 30c Chicken*. fro*en. eastern, bbl*, and
crate*, all size*. 38tt42c.
Turkey, All section,, fresh and troMpu.
packed and Iced, young tom* 13-16 lb* 44IB
16-20 lb* 44c. 20 lb* and over 49 old I
winter packed 42 5>j43.5c; old tom*, winter,
packed. 38937e. . —
Breeder hen*, fresh, under 14 !b* 44 594fc.
security I ,4.ie ibt «3943 5c; 16 lb* and over 43 Se;
voung hen*, ail »lze» 47 8c. old tom*, breeder*.
* * *
Chicago Produce i
CHICAGO. June 5 —■J’’—Skitter firm’ .re-
. ..,..1 421 50*. 93 ,core A. 46c: 90 B 4n*«.
89 C. 45'*; 88 cooking 44; In car, 90 B 45.
Egg", steady, reeelpt* 27 349 U S extras.
No 2 and 3 35 ? 36 1c: U S eatraa. Nos.
3 and 4. 34935 3; V S Mandard* Noe 1 end
“ : Ji 5. Z Z. 3 and 4. 33
933*4. current receipt* 31933; dlrtle* 30. and
check* X 5.'
but May application* failed to
i the big increase shown in ;
59 C.' 45'*';’ M cnokln* 44_
H. Sturgeon, acting collector of in- Noc—2
ternal revenue, show that during May 3O*nd* 4 34935 2: u
2. 33 'i 33 5. U S »tandard*__Noe
were secured by persons establishing
In May. 1945.
Famine stalked the Oklahoma City
stockyards in all divisions Wednesday.
With only 200 hogs and 100 sheep on
sale and practically no fat steers
slaughter Interest* were confronted
with the moat serious problem of any
time in years. The Oklahoma City
situation, while more, alarmin* than
elsewhere, was quite similar to the
experiences of all market*. Explana-
tions were varied with the most log-
ical one that improved weather con-
ditions made possible delayed qpltiva-
tlon which kept livestock at home.
The local cattle market wa* an-
other brisk and price explosive affair.
Salesmen got all they had the nerve
1 and Provisions
Aaaoctated Prea* > Prev.
Low Cloee Ctoae
1 96', 1 96'a 1 96’a I
n AA1 « AS:
of every 10 shares traded on the N. Y.
stock exchange is cleared over your
private wire system.
“Your record in the business world
has attracted national and interna-
tional attention. As an investment
leader you have helped both business
and the investor understand and fol-
low the American way of life. Co-
,h"rn founder of Safeway Stores, Inc., foun-
der of the 'Family Circle Magazine',
Fort Worth Livestock i
FORT WORTH, Texa* June 5—< U8DAI
—Cattle 3.800; calve* 900 Slaughter elaaaae
mostly ateady except fat cow* weak to 35c <
lower; (Cocker* steady; medium and good
•laughter steers and yearlings *13.50917; good
cow* *12 509 13 60; medium (109 11 50; com-
mon *6 759 9 50; cutter* *7 759 8 75; canner*
*69 7 75; sausage bulls *8911 50; beef bull*
(12913: good and choice tat calve* *14 509
16 50. medium >12 509 14 50; common (119
12 25. culla **910 50; stocker calve* yearling*
and ateer* mainly (13915 50; Hghtwelghta up
to *16; replacement cow* *8910 50.
Hog* 200. active, steady, most barrow* and
gilt* >14 65 ceiling; sow* *13 90. few atocker
pig* (14 75
Sheep 30.000; slow., opened about steady but
undertone weak, low grade offerlnga making
up moet receipts; good spring lamba *14915;
common and medium *11 509 13; eull* (10
9 11. medium and good »prlng lamb* *1150
'*'■ better kind scarce eull and
grades *8 50910 50 good and choice
»ged sheep *89*50; eull. common
dtum *6 5097 75 bucks >6 509 7.».
----- 1.98', 1 9*'z
98'* 5 “•*. ’
1 *8', 1 M>
? 1 M’’, ‘
DELAND. Fla , June 5.—(Special) —
“For hto service to all classes of in-
vestors." Charles E. Merrill, senior
partner of the Wall Street firm of
Merrill Lynch. Pierce. Fenner &
Beane, was awarded the honorary de-
,.0vv,. aasawsv I
fed steer* and yearling* |
. r active at advance. 1
market generally 15925c
numerou* load* 17 659 17 90 best vearlli
17 75. mixed Meer* and heifer* 17 40. bulk
steer* 15 509 17.75; other killing classes very
scarce and firm, heavy beef bulla to 15 75
weighty dairy bred* la 14 50: vealer* 1.—
down: stock cattle below trade requirements
at 14 509 17 00
Salable *heep 500. total 500: old crop clipped
lamb* fullv steady to (hippara: three deck*
Just good wooUkin* 16 50 with 40-odd head
sortmit at 14 00: tprlnger* and ewe* scarce,
at eadv. few good to choice native soring
Iamb* 17 50. shorn slaughter ewe< 8 75 down
and Mr* C
St. Paul. Rock Island. Denver A Rio
Grand Western. Morris A Essex, and
N. Y.. Ontario A Western
Jeyes Rites Set—Services for George
Broiler*, fryer*, dressed and drawn..
Broiler, and .fryer* on toot ........
Hen* on foot
Old roosters, on foot
Old roosters dressed
Turkes*, dressed, light
Turkeys, dressed, medium
Turkeys, dressed, heavy ............
Broilers, roaster*, fryer*, on foot ....
Broilers, roasters, fryer*, dressed ...
8ta«* and old roo*ters. on loot ....
Sts** and old rooster*, dressed
---- on foot
dressed .-i.. ..........
Turkeys, on tool
HE following birth* were reported
Wednesday in city hospitals:
At Oklahoma City General
Mr and Mr* E E Billingsley. 318 W
Erroupe. Ml<lw*st City, a daughter
•' St Anthony
V C Goodsoo.
wmb,*.*. — _____ I ”
ern bottle (left) and the first *
milk bottle Invented by Dr.
Harvey Thatcher. (Acme
. Personal Service
Oklahoma City Times
. Farish & Co.
Fin* National Bldg.
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