Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 4 of 24
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Oklahoma City Times
4M Vegetable And
mile to a
^ROTHSCHILD’S FAMOUS BASEMENT^ ^tezte
of Standards in Washington.
AROTHSCHILD S FAMOUS BASEMENT
Shorts, values to 2.95
Our Quality Values and Terms Will Please You
Matching Halters, values to 1.89
White, maize, tan
Sizes small, medium,
Shorts, values to 4.50
Shortalls, values to 2.95
F i 4
Gems clear as sparkling dew in sun-
light . superb diamonds on which
the value is established at the Bureau
medium large, and large. Sorry,
no mail or phone orders.
For over 41 years this old established
house has featured these fine Rem
diamonds at prices that cannot bo
Separate Shorts, Shortalls, and Shorts with
of all time-—greater than Peter the Great, Ivan the Terrible and
perhaps even Lenin.
> member of
the League of Youn& Demo-
crats and the university phil-
Have Only One
Place to Pay!
are all younger than Stalin,
or Nikolai Shvemik. the new
aside only for trash begin to collect
All Sales Final
No Layaways, C. O. D.'s,
tytail or Phone Orders
$50 to $5,000
We make loans for any
a bloc waking power.
BteUa’a Title* .
(doth for Greeks
107 and 109 N. BROADWAY
THE HOUSE OF
Hf A RING
Fruit Prices Up
In 3 Counties
Minnesota at MinnA
September. A leatjer
Head of powerful politburo.
Chairman Of the
committee of the Communist party.
Now 12 year# tn Oklahoma City
under same management. A per-
sonal service in each locality.
Write or Call
JACK JASPER Manager
1108 First National Bldg.
Phone 2-5060 Sunday 5-5393
WOODWARD. June 5—iSpeclall
—Members of the Woodward Beta and
Oamma Sorosts clubs are participat-
ing with other women's clubs of the
state and nation in collecting pieces
By EDDY GILMORE
NEW YORK. June 5.——Generalissimo Joseph Stalin is a
highly respected, almost hallowed, figure in Russia today ajid re-
tarded by his 193,000,000 people as probably the greatest Russian
----- ' day in St. Anthony hospital after without paying for them.
I city of Leningrad and chairman of a three weeks illness, will be held nt
tn the area are registered fire fighters
and many have been called to help
battle the flames.
Better Hearing Care
Any Size or
While you wait!
Rock Crystal $1
VOIR CREDIT JEWELER
ROBINSON AND GRAND
-r \ \
Lv>ckiLcb> FAFD0US ‘Basement'
CLt:ac. abt’.ity and devotion
Country and its causes.
Although a member of the vital
central committee of the party, Molo-
ttn u not. one of its secretaries, nor Is
he cm t _r.
the party. Tins fact may or may not
figure in his future.
There are three relatively young
Been who have risen rapidly with the
end of the War: Marshal L. P Beria,
General A. A. Zhdanov. O. M. Mai-
Efforts of the city council to elim-
inate the menace which health offi-
cials claim the indiscriminate dump-
ing of trash is creating apparently has
; produced desired results. Tim
Green, county sanitation officer, said
“We have already begun to receive
complaints over the dumps the city
I designated recently to eliminate the
trash and garbage health nuisance.
The dumps at NW 10 and on SW 15
are already drawing fire from real-
Um- a.——-. Sla-M.
have to investigate them to determine
the basis for the complaints.”
Green earlier predicted
from the HOUSE of M? ENTEE
—one of Ri
Largest Stock in Oklahoma
Okla. Photo Supply Co.
3 1 S N. Bdwy.. Okla. City 2. Okla.
I > I
for children in Greece
The cloth will be sent to Greece to
be made into garments. The clubs
are also collecting thread, needles,
tape, buttons, feed and flour sacks
trash and in evej-y case dumps set was standing
jfll U ’J
Mrs. Privett’s Rites
Set Here Thursday
Services for Mrs. Grace Boose Prl-|
vett, 62. Edmond, who died late Tues- way, made purchases and
Slight irregulars of better sport
light weight basket
weave fabric. Expertly tailored
with* two handy pockets and long
two-way collars, to be worn open
rente Reiman. 1801 NW 41; three
bothers, Erneat V. Long. 1503 Hey-
man, Herbert C. Long. El Dorado,
Kan., William S Long. Peoria, Ill .
and a sister, Mrs. Cleora O'Connor.,
I county health authorities in an in-
Generalissimo Joseph Stalin, £n£l°?(,H*UU they lnsiBted that “ !
still vigorous at 68 and the
leader of a nation that covers
one-sixth of the earth’s sur-
face, is regarded today by his
193,000,000 people as probably
the greatest Russian of all
tlme< < Wirephoto.)
and Molotov. He's a full member of
Deputy U the supreme Soviet. poiltburo. deputy to the supreme
Vyacheslav Molotov, the foreign off'tM
minister, appears to rank next tc
SmUtti for he holds, in addition to
arhat here would be the secretary of
sandwiches. She desmlbcd them a
There are three other Ruaxiana who
have taken on added importance aince
the w®jr. They are Alfxet N. Kosygin,
Vasily V. Muxnetaov and General
Nikolai A. Bulganin.
Molotov la also a high ranking mem-
ttburo and a deputy to the
Youngest in Group
w At 42. Kosygin is the youngest. He's
;. 8 party m'an of great alternate member of the politburo.
—1 devotion to its vice-chairman of the council of min-
isters, chairman- of the council of
ministers of the Russian Soviet fed-
erated Socialist republic and deputy
to the supreme Soviet.
the organisational committee of ' Bulganin at 51 is
rl.ln.l a.ll.rtr. shS Tr.n.mllt'.
••ALI I* ONT'
NO BULKY BATTERIES
NO POWER CORO
So MmitnictM that far MOLD raeMvor
bwomM practically INVISIBLE.
Pinvox Hearing Aid
Burial will be
New retail ceiling pricea effective
Thursday, for eight groups of fresh
fruits and seven groups of fresh vege-
tables, sold in other than chain stores,
show a trend towards higher prices
in Oklahoma. Pottawatomie and Gar-
John Varnell, state OPA director,
was mailing out the new ceiling prices
for posting by Thursday morning in
the three counties named.
Texas Fruit Vpped
In the fresh fruit group. Texas pink
grapefruit and Texas ruby red. both
will go to 9 cents a pound, up 1 cent
from last week. Canatloupes and
honeyball melons are up to ll'j cents
from 10 cents a pound last week,
while honeydew melons climb to 13
cents a pound, a cent higher than
Florida oranges, except Indian river
country, and all Texas oranges and
those of states other than Florida,
California and Arizona, are up to 10
cents a pound, a half cent higher than
a week ago
Bananas from Costa Rica. Guate-
mala. Honduras and Panama go t*
12 cents a pound Thursday. 1 cent
higher than last week. Apples, except
those from the northwestern states
I and the eastern states, are scheduled
at 13’a cents a pound compared with
* Two Prices Cut
In the fresh vegetable groups sold
pow- and they are
party and will continue so.
There is no such thing as a gen-
eral* group fir clique. There are gen-
1 grals and marshals by the dozens, yes,
but they are nothing as a group more
than fighting men and would be the
most embarraseed men In the Soviet
t’nion to hear themselves referred to t—
as a IMMimMEtag power. |
Stalin's Titles , the allied control commission for Fin- Street
! Who are tbe men under Stalin and land
what importance should one attach He la one of the moat intelligent
to them aa possible successors to the and well educated men among the
gerorsHeatersr> who. someday, of course, Russian leaders and one can appre-
would be tor the USSR and. as a lot 1
of foreign diplomata think, bad for the
: United States, too?
I Stalin's present job* and titles are
I Chairman ot the council of minis-
* iers. whkch means he s prime minister
Head of all the armed forces
Secretary general of the central
committee the Communist party,
ttoa el fVMwar/n! vw\li• Ki
organizational 1 the council of ministers next to Stalin
and Molotov. " '
Soviet and former head of Russia's
i > of internal affairs, indicating
,o the trust Stalin has tn him. Like
Stalin, he is a Georgian by birth.
Mate a job. the poet of first assistant
Msairman of the council of ministers.
Thi» m.ixe' him vice-premier.
ready has destroyed more than 1,600
maintain output, and the low operat-
I the canyon nm on the east. 4ng of m^y consumer‘B who
But they had escaped a ring of fire normally are a source of scrap,
fighters at the northeast corner and -
burned down the slope into the can-
yon. The flames also were out of
■ control in the two bulges along the
east side. More than 600 fire fighters,
all highly trained and from many
l parts of the state, were concentrated
in the danger areas.
Lumber Output Cut
fire started near a highway
a mile north of the Coconino-
Yavapai county line, ate Its way two
I miles straight north the first day and
swept by a high wind, moved three
At 66. Stalin is still a vigorous man and still in charge of the not
nation that occupies one-sixth of the earth's surface.
Elected in February this year to four more years as Russia’s
leader, Stalin seems likely to fill out his term and if his health
Is as good as>4t is today be elected again. -
: -rner full marks for Rus-
sia's ability to'withstand the wehr-
<macht, far the elimination of anti-
S- »• elemeata before the war which
BRUUlted in the U. S. 8 R. having no
fifth column, and for wise planning
•■8 thinking far them and their fu-
tewe all tn* time.
t-Year Plans Backed
The R iMuans have great faith in
. Stalin s new five-year plana and are
quite certain that by putting the ef-
fort and sacrifice into the work that
Be sayu is necessary they are going
emerge the greatest industrial
I world, the country
j secure political and
komicsJ system and eventually the
itry with the most spiritual as
well as material surpluses.
Any beliefs, fears or hopes here or
eteewheru that there is opposition to
Stahr, in F .»«ia Is nonsense. There is Idol OI the Keds
---—4—• -—jjf striving to grab the
Communists have the
Russia s only
concern" early Wednesday that a for-
est fire raging over large tracts of
~ | the Cocinino national forest would
leap 1.000-foot-deep West Fork canyon
and sweep Into new sections of heavily
j treed land.
Late Tuesday night the flames ate
M their way down the steep bank of the
S gorge and officials said that if their
M efforts to extinguish them were not
■I i successful, the fire would sweep up
the other side in a draft of its own
miles along the canyon rim Tucsday.-
The width of the burned area varies
from three-quarters of a
Old timers at Flagstaff said the only
comparable fire they could recall .was
one in 1912 that burned more than
1,400 acres in a section of the forest
just west of where the present fife is
Production of needed lumber has
been seriously curtailed In northern of- cloth suitable for making clothing
FLAGSTAFF. Artz.. June 5.—— Arizona by the fire. Most of the em-
Forest service officials expressed “grave ployes of the many small lumber mills
.'s council of the union
i's two legislative cham- •
ben. (The council of nationalities is •
the otherp He's a full member of the •,
poh ouro. a secretary of the party's X
central committee and member of the >
organizational committee of the party.
deputy to the supreme Soviet, head of
the party organization in the great Z
Check Itching :
First Application •
ikcnnizlng itchlac of ugly km«i. Baah, •
TetU’. Rahcwomi. Pimp lea. Scab Im. Too •
Itch ta cbarked on ONE APPLICATION of •
BLUE STAB OINTMENT. Repeat a« X
■waded aa nature help* heal. Money bark If Z
PXR3T jat falla_to_saXlafy.ATry>tt today. •
“run smack into one of the
scrap shortages experienced
Charles William Brandenburg,
Gage, a graduate in govern-
ment at the University of
Oklahoma spring commence-
in the fresn vegetable groups soiu . . eraduate
in the three counties, there were two I meni» accept, a giaauate
price decreases. Package tomatoes. assistantship in political
with a minimum wetgiA of one pound, science at the University of
drop from 28 cents last week to 27 Minnesota at Minneapolis in
cents beginning Thursday, while Eng-
llsh green peas are listed from -19 to September. A leader in stu-
18 cento. dent government, Branden-
Other fresh vegetable prices for the burg served as president of the
three counties show snap green beans university student senate for
and wax snap beans up to>19 cents the t year antj was an ac_
from last weeks celling of 18 cents a
pound. Carrots, with full top, in merrjher of th \. ICA,
bunches weighing leas than one; ‘
pound, will be 10 cents Thursday, j
compared with 9’s cents last week.
Yellow onions under three inches,
jump l’/a cents a pound under tha
new ceilings to a top of 812 cents,
compared with last week's retail of
7 cents, and white onions. 1’a to 3
inches, go up *a cent a pound to 9
I In Alley Chase
| An Oklahoma City man. 50. was
dents who live near them, and we will being held by police Wednesday after
i-----.---------.— hp snatrhed a billfold from the pocket
of a beer tavern patron Tuesday night.
, that the city Two vice squad raiders, standing out-
plan would fall if the trash-and gar- side the tavern, and the victim caught
bage were merely left out on the open the suspect In an alley,
ground, since It has been the expert- John M Peterson. 50. of 1601 SW
ence of the health department that it Binkley told the vice squad raiders,
is impossible to separate garbage from V E Vanscoy and Vernon Raper, he
Look Out, Bass! They’re Plotting Against You
These three aspiring fishermen were caught slinging a wicked bait rod the other aftau^xm in
Civic Center, warming up for the 3-day park festival which begins Friday. Charles Carter.
1515 NW 22. right, will be found Saturday in front of Municipal auditorium, complete with rod
and si-aunee casting plug used for tournaments, to give public demonstrations in the art fo
ranting His two companions are Charles V. Davis, left, 105 NW 30, and Otis D. James. 2856
NW 22. They are, by the way, experienced fishermen.
4 I.! L.iyii.. ■ ■ > ■ I I ■■■.>■■ ■ >.-■ . , -T—— -r ■ - - r T .
Good Crop of Young Russians County Gets
Available as Stalin’s Successor - New Protests
Bulganin at 51 Is an alternate A
member of the politburo. member of j
the organizational committee of the 4
party and deputy to the supreme So- j
vtot. ■ “
Kuznetsov, whose broad education 4
Includes colleges in the United States. '
is 45. He is a secretary of the central j 4
committee of the party and member 1 4
of the organizational committee. He is
r Or Nikolai Bhvernik, trie new ' abjO chairman of the supreme Soviet's “
nt of the presidium of the au- ; council of nationalities as well as being
S< >v let—Russia s president. chief of Russia's trade unions.
Meet InteUigent . From this list Stalin’s successor Is
is chairman of the almost surely to be chosen. |
grounds and the big city garbage dump wp the chaae, with Peterson in the 4
on fMay avenue. *—"* “— **—“* •
Green said his action at the end of
this time, following an inspection of
the ground again, would depend on the
county attorney, who, according to a
former statement, would represent the thi
the publication reported evidence that
Ingot output may reach 80 percent
within three or four weeks.
Iron Age predicted
M saw w wawa^ -wa* • ■ ■■ ■■■ —
and east sides of the fire which al-
since peak war-Ume periods ” This is
heightened, it said, by the fact that
j Thursday at 2 p. m.
Mrs. Privett, who had lived in Ed-
mond and Oklahoma City for the past
to them a* poaalble successors to the *nd well educated men
------------. Russian leaders and one
Must MMjp dawn or die. as bad as this elate his important party connections
which mean a great dealt
Malenkov is 44, a member of the N Shartel; a daughter, Mrs La v-
prraidiym of the supreme Soviet, a rence Reiman. 1801
full member of the |x>litburo now. a
secretaty of. the central committee of
the party and deputy to the supreme
Soviet. Malenkov was Stalin's per-
sonal secretary for a number of years,
which should not be discounted
Marshal Beria is 47. and consid-
ered to be the ranking member of
j inside the Southern
! club, 112 S Hudson, when the pick-
pocket jerked a billfold from his
Green also pointed out that June 30 pocket. Peterson yelled and chased
would be the deadline for the answer the man outside
to the 60-day ultimatum his office has Vanscoy and Raper, attracted by
issued against several local dumping the shout and the running men. took
lead. In the dark alley, the suspect J
turned and lifted a beer bottle, 4
threatening to throw it at Peterson.
When the policemen told him who
they were, the man stopped and 4
i^ew the bottle to the ground Peter- j
son’s billfold and $10 were recovered 4
Police Seek Pair Who 4
Fled With Purchases
Police Wednesday were seeking two
teen-age youths, one with some of his 4
front teeth missing, who entered u a
small grocery store at 2000 N Broad-
I ran out 4
Miss June McEvers, 26. employe at 4
j the George W. Hess Grocery At Fruit te
Market, told police Tuesday the boys
bought four packages of clgarcts an
I two I
I to police.
15 years, is survived by her husband.
W H Privett, a son. Glenn C Booze
Scrap Shortage Seen
As Steel Regains Output
NEW YORK. June 5—oFi—The
steel mills will regain pre-strike levels
of activity “quicker" than even indus-
try officials had believed." the Iron
.. Age, national metalworking paper said
Flames Escape Fighter. Wedneadav
Earlier in tha night Ea Oldham. >
Flagstaff district ranger, said there imating raw steel production
was danger that flylnj sparks might I * 58 °r. capacity,
cross the 300 to 400 feet between the
sides of the canyon, spreading the
fire into the new territory.
The canyon runs along the north
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