Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 5 of 24
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Oklahoma City Times
He'll be seeing you in these
Italian Wife, Baby
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1st Floor Cantor
2nd Floor West
moving it from further consideration
in merger plans. I
A senator said it is his Information
2nd Floor Center
Bolivia Lipstick.... 1.50*
Bolivia Face Powder 1.75*
Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y.
Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Oklahoma City
2-pc knnkle crepe dress
by Junior Guild. In white
with brown or grey
stripe, 9-1 5. 17.95 .
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and Moth Proofed
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The ivory look
it the new look
in Face Powder
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purpose trf the meeting 1* to
installation problems and the
—Ti of liquified petroleum
gases as a motor fuel.
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Pleated white pique ruf-
fles on fine poplin in
blue, rose, maize. 9-15.
Pickup and Delivery Service
811 N. HUDSON
Kurinas Man Acquitted
PITTSBURGH, June 5.—(UP)—A
federal jury Tuesday acquitted Willard
E. Eisenhart. Lawrence. Kan., of at-
Bankhead iD-Ala), the
<Md.) Naval hospital re-
; that “if
has shown slight lm-
Clever tie-drape Mar-
jorie Montgomery fash-
ion of rayon crepe Pink,
maize, aqua, 9-15.
WASHINGTON. June 5.—(4*)—T h e
proposal for a single chief of staff
over the armed forces was reported
the first casualty Wednesday, as
President Truman personally under-
took to reconcile army-navy merger I
The single chief of staff proposal
was strongly plugged by the army but
congressional circles heard reports the
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To Meetfin Ardmore
ARDMORE June 5.— (Special.)—
rhstributora of butane and propane
and appliance dealers from southern
Oiciahwr.a are attending a one-day
aaweting Wednesday in Ardmore. Rep-
resentatives are expected from Pauls
Valley. Purcell. Stratford. Ada. Du-
rant Madill. Marietta. Wilson. Tish-
Ainingo Sulphur and Ardmore.
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No Change in Bankhead
WASHINGTON. June 5 —(AS—
, There was "no great change
night in the serious condition of
ator John Bankhead <D-Ala).
ported Wednesday, adding
anything he I
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This pretty polka-dot
fashion will win your ap-
proval. White dots on
brown, red, gray, purple.
12-20. ........ .1.30
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Smuggled to U. S.
By Former Soldier
I PHILADELPHIA. June 5—4*'—A
25-year-old former OI returned as a -
You who are 5* 5” or
under will like this rayoh
crepe smoothie. In aqua,
blue or tangerine, 12
to 20 8.30
cabinet members, few
thought any basic changes In the mili-
tary lineup will get serious considera-
ton in this congress.
Senator Maybank (D.. S. C.), r
member of the military and appro- .
priatlons committee, told a reporter j the
I common defense suggested in a sen-, ^he expects
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tempting to sell a billion feet of board
lumber at more than ceiling prices.
are .seated on bank); Cathrine Donnehy, 260ft S Durland; Barbara Howard. 430 SF. 25 Paula
Ray Hedrick 1 dipping water). 2601 S Durland; June Weir. 330 SE 25 .peeling potatoes). Sue
Haggard, 335 SE 25 ipan in hand); Judy McBurnett. 417 SE 25 .fanning■ *5n«*‘ehand .
Delores Strader. 901 SE 22; May Murray, 320 SE 18, and Jane McBurnett, 417 SE 25. Mrs. Ray-
mond Weir is troop leader ...J J i
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Jap Officer* Io Face
Philippine War Trial*
TOKYO. June 5.—(4*)—Pout for-
mer Japanese navy officers, including
an admiral, were charged Wednesday
with responsibility for the death* of
12 identified and numerous unidenti-
fied American war prlaonera — ,— —---
Rear Adm. Inokichl Matsumoto merchant seaman to Italy where he
and Capt. Kenji Iwataka and two served during World war IX aM
lieutenants were accused All will be smuggled a wW*> •
taken to Manila for trtal. Specifics- , daughter and dog back to the United
|wh«. UH n.!d -W und „
former serviceman—Francis X. Lough-
rey of Philadelphia—in bail.
Loughrey told. Griffin he married
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s and given his army dis-
charge before his daughter was born.
his family across the Atlantic and
j asserted the crew of the freighter S3
Edward Livingston did not know stow-
aw'aya were aboard ship.
Hereford Breeder Group
Headed by Clinton Man
CLINTON. June 5.—(4»i—John Kl-
| per. Clinton insurance man and presi-
dent of the Western Oklahoma Here-*
ford Breekers association, ha* been
i elected president of the Shortgrass
Hereford Breeders. Inc., which em-
braces 22 northwestern Oklahoma
L. A. Neel of Enid is vice-president
and J. B. Hurst, also of Enid, m sec-
Stamp Booklet Ready
Fred M Shaw, postmaster, was ad- !
vised Wednesday a revised edition of
the government’s booklet containing
descriptions of all U. S. postage
----( issued between 1947
While there was some indication
those who favor what has come to be
known as the army plan for all-out
unification might be willing to com-
promise on the proposal to retain two ; stamps issued between 1947 and
senators March 31. 1946. has been completed
and is ready for distribution.
The booklet gives plate numbers
and quantities Issued of commemora-
a tive and air mall stamps and can be
>- purchased for 30 cents by sending to
> superintendent of documenta
action on a merger bill I government printing office at Wash-
ington, Shaw said.
Japanese war planes.
Ponca FBI Agent Named
PONCA CITY, June 5.—<4*)—O. H in Naples, but was shipped back to
Erwin has been assigned here as rest- the U. 8 and given his army dis-
dent agent in charge of a new dis- i----- ------— ----- --
trict office established by the federal He said he had no
bureau of Investigation to serve coun-
ties in this are*. Erwin has been resi-
dent FBI agent at Enid.
Truman Seen Against Single Service Chief
Mr. Truman sided with the navy on
this particular issue.
Mr. Truman held a 90-minute con-
ference Tuesday with Secretary of
' Navy Forrestal and Secretary of War
! It was reported Mr. Truman termed
it "a very constructive session."
Nevertheless. Forrestal was reported
sticking by the navy's contention that
two departments, with separate cab-
president bad decided against it, re- ] inet members, should be maintained
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The fragile, intoxicating color of
rich ivory now in a face powder
to give you fashion's new note in
complexion* color ... the ivory,
creamy-white look ... and. of
course, it’s laden with Dana's
“forbidden” fragrance. Tabu. Wear
with it, daring new Tabu Bolivia
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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/m1/5/: accessed October 19, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.