Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 110, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 5, 1946 Page: 8 of 24
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find real enjoyment and relaxation
Go “SANTA FE ALL THE WAY’’
and enjoy one or all of those colorful places.
COLORADO offers cool summer com-
fort in its scenic mountains and parks,
or for a dude ranch vacation. NEW
MEXICO and ARIZONA also are
ideal for a dude ranch vacation, or
you can enjoy the prehistoric cliff
dwellings and customs of this unusual
You can really enjoy that long-awaited
vacation this summer, in one or all of
these colorful spots by traveling' Santa
Fe all the way” on swift, modern
trains. Information can be obtained
at any Santa Fe ticket office or travel
GRAND CANYON in Northern Ari-
zona is a sight every American should
see . . . and see again. This summer
Santa Fe will provide sleeping car
service direct to the South Rim.
CARLSBAD CAVERNS—the "under-
ground Grand Canyon” in southeast-
ern New Mexico is a subt rranean fan-
tasy of unusual scenic splendor. Santa
Fe offers daily service to Carlsbad,
N. M., nearest rail approach to the
CALIFORNIA is an all-year play-
ground and offers anything you want
in a vacation. Ocean, mountains, des-
ert, ancient missions, modern cities,
glamour, are a few attractions. You’ll
and to whom.
and objected to removal of
th* general Mwmbly instead
htre WMineaday aboard ; which she told Inspector Becker and
tftoagreed with these two point* con- a London clipper enroute to Join her hto men to go on with their work. i
1 point. Delegate Orom-
medicated to relieve
itchy smarting of mi-
nor skin irritations.
I «*! assembly call upon the
! the Cni
oppoaed to the conclusions reached by
* .Nations security r -
tee- inueeigating 1------
Ashamed of Her Blotchy
Bride Who Backed Down
Twice, Arrives in U. S.
NEW YORK. June 5.— (CT PSI —
After basking down twice. Mrs. John
Here’s an Honest Offer
Satisfaction or Money Back
—the former "war bond"—have out-
stripped new purchases by 8486,930.-
Woman Helped Down Fire Escape
With smoke swirling about them, firemen and guests help a
woman down a fire escape of the LaSalle hotel, Chicago, dur-
Ing the fire Tuesday night. < Wirephoto.)
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Xt was said the Russian delegation nally reached
terisls being used are steel, concrete,
Bedford stone, granite, brick, terra
cotta, marble and tile "
The hotel had 1.048 guest rooms
in its original form and 100 rooms
devoted to operation and mainte-
The hotel is at Madison and La
Salle streets in the heart of the fi-
nancial district, a block from the
city hall and three blocks west of
State and Madison street.
During depression it was sold to
the La Salle-Madison Hotel Co.,
which in turn was controlled by the
Central Life Assurance Society of
Des Moines, Iowa.
Upwards of $200,000 was spent in
1936 on a modernizing program. In
1939 the hotel was leased to the
Roanoke Hotel Corp, for 11 years,
beginning Jan. 1. 1940.
The Illinois Republican
hotel for many years.
this year, treasury figures dis-
closed Wednesday on the eve of a
campaign to promote greater bond
i resolution presented by Poland call-
I ing for an immediate break with
1 Spain, said evidence put before the
council showed Generalisslnip Franco
is a threat to international peace. .
On the second point, it waa pointed
' out that putting the matter up to the
general assembly postpones action.
Cash-ins of E Bonds
Exceed New Purchases
Mild Resinol Soap
for gentle cleansing
of the tender%kin.
at the Kcurity council should call for
artemnde of relation*.
On the ftrat i : “ ‘ ‘
yke debHUng in the council
I 11. i > . - —.
.If YOUR skin has broken out with ut!y
surface pimples—rashes caused by local Irri-
tations. or it you suffer from an externally
caused Itching, bornlns skin soreness. <o to
youK druniat and set a small bottle of
Moons'* Emerald Oil and use aa directed
Soon you'll find II start right In to aid nature
clear up the trouble—promoting faster healing
i Uae for ten days and If then you are dis- -
I satisfied. Money Back. Stainless—grraneleu —
I ill drussisla. (Adv./
New York Police Open
Drive Against Gamblers
NEW YORK. June 5.—(XP1—Police
combed the haunt* of known gam- i
bier* Wednesday in the opening moves
husband at Orlando. Fla.
Weeping and still uncertain, the,
brunette told reporters at LaGuardia
field she "just didn’t know" why she'd
refused at the last minute to board a
bridelhlp last February, or why she
tried again Tuesday to put off her
a 1 trip.
YORK. June 5—(/Pl—An I
1 Soviet spokesman declared
ly that Russia wa* strongly
asw wa we v’ I
council WASHINGTON. Jupe 5- — (/P) —
Franco Cash-ln* of, the serte* E aavlngs bond
El. RENO. June 5 —(Special > —
Services for Mrs. Effie Sarah Corlee,
69. of El Reno, who died Monday
night in her home, will be at 3:30
p. m. Wednesday in Central Met hod Lst
church with the pastor. Rev. W. E. i
Bowers, officiating Burial will be
made in the El Reno cemetery.
Mrs. Corlee was borrf Aug. 13. 1876.
in Hamilton county. Hl. She was a
member of the Methodist church and
of the Rebekah lodge.
Survivors include four daughters, (
Mrs. J. M Burge. El Reno; Mrs’ R C.
Bates. Ardmore: Mrs. U. L. Hurley,
i Tacoma Park. Md.. and Miss Nauvia
Corlee. El Reno; two sons. Fred E.
Corlee, El Reno, and Earl I. Corlee. !
Tulsa; two brothers. J. O. Irwin. El '
Reno, and Oakley Irwin. McLeans-
boro, Ill.; a sister. Mrs. M E. Smith.
Selma, Ind ; seven grandchildren and
i tamed in the sub-committee report:
That Spaia la net an existing threat
Delay Is Balked
'Cleanup work on the property of a city-wide inquiry into alleged po-
°‘ 8W "ornJ^Tor.he confidential «u.d.
33, Mho signed an agreement per- i armed with names. addresses and
mitting the oity to clean off the prop- hangouts of bookmakers supplied from
1 filgbc of hpodniio rt*rk hAaan
; locate bookmakers and find out what rr
•protection" money, if any. they paid ;
Arvzi izs aarkiiwan M
The spokesman declined to com-
ment on reports Rusal* might invoke
the veto against the sub-committee |
■ recommendations in their present
form- bu”. hi* explanation of Russia's
stand made the veto a possibility.
The orr.mttt<!e. in it* conclu-
sion* announced Saturday. said
Franco Spain doe* not at present con-
I eutute an "existing threat to the
peace ' and that the security counail
therefore ha* no jurisdiction to *u-
thoriae enforcement, measure* called I
|Mr WO* Hietter.
The sub-committee recommended. 1
however, that if Generalissimo Franco
still is in power in September the gen- I
1 entire ,
of the United Nations to ------ - - . , ... ,
M with the Franco regime Garrett. 23. British w.r bride of a
threatened fll*8 at- police neaaquarters, oegan
police said thelr canvas* underinstructions to
CHICAGO. June 5.—(Ah—The La
Salle hotel, whose famous splendor
was turned into a shambles by fire
Wednesday, was constructed ap-
proximately 38 years ago.
A project of the Stevens family,
which later built the Stevens hotel
here, it was started May 1, 1908,
and the management opened its
doors to the public the following
year. Cost of the land and original
building was reported to be in ex-
cess of $8 millions.
An original prospectus offering
$700,000 of first motrgage gold
bonds of the Hotel LaSalle Co. said:
"The Hotel LaSalle will be the
largest, safest and most modern
hotel In America outside of New-
The prospectus described the
building as ”22 stories above and
two below the street level" and
added "it 1* of strictly fireproof
construction. The principal ma-
___r.______ Detectives Jack Rose and J. E
ginning of the year to June 1 totaled Francis were called to the address by
$2 598,655.000, as t _ ' ' t*.***."*". " * J ‘
000 in new purchases
For all current saving* bond*, how-
ever. new purchase* have <
casR-lns of the same issue*—series F
and O a* well a* E—by $629:182.000.
Man Held for Starving
Children Digs Up $7,000
SAN PEDRO. Calif.. June 5—(Ab—
Police said Wallace Malbie. 43, boil-
ermaker. had 70 unca*hed paychecks
in his possession when he was ar-
rested Tuesday night in connection
with the alleged undernourished con-
dition of his five small children.
Juvenile Officer John Hampton
said he also had $2,535.47 in cash and
that the total of money and checks
was over $7,000. Maibie, the officers
reported, said he was saving the
money to buy a home.
E bond redemption* from the be-
against $2,111,725.- O. A. Becker, fire department in-
spector in charge of the work crew*,
after Becker said Mrs. Newcomer
Summer Programs Set
ARDMORE. June 5—pP>—Plans to
exceeded sought to change her agreement Tues- . resume community meetings in the
-series F day morning. . Ardmore central park thi* summer j
Becker *aid Mr*. Newcomer, absent have been announced by local civic
when the project swung into action leaders.
Monday, showed up bright and early |
and objected to removal of an as-
sorted 20-year accumulation of junk
on Mr property.
She wa* told by Rose and Francis
that the agreement she signed .with
__ _____ the city manager's office called for:
fonner'Etghth air force sergeant, fi- the property to be cleaned off. after
his men to go on with their work.
SANTA FE SYSTEM LINES
Serving the West end Southwest
" Hugh N. Davis, Div. Fas*. Agt.
112 N. Robinton St. Phone 2-2501
Oklahoma City. Oklahoma
F MIL ’
Every day we’re making progress.
toward the goal of providing tele-
phone service for everyone who is
That’s why you’ll see telephone
men and telephone trucks in yotir
neighborhood more and more fre-
quently in the coming months.
These men are putting in cables
. . . testing wires . . . installing in-
struments... all in advance. Then
—when “custom-built,” intri-
cate new switchboards are ready
—yow telephone can be hooked
up much more quickly.
Everyone in your neighborhood
will get his telephone in proper
turn. When your turn comes, the
telephone business office will get
in touch with you to arrange de-
tails of your service and to let you
know when to expect the tele-
We are working hard to make
that time as soon as
SOUTHWEST! RN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY X
Others $6 to $15 j
. 1 ■
e two twenty-five west main
'■desk sets of genuine
leather in a lovely
Color range. . .'. Com-
pletely fitted with
.- desk blotters, ink-
wells. perpetual cal-
endars, rocker blot-
ters and letter open-
ers. Richly trimmed
'in gold tooling. A gift
Father will cherish
Leave*your film at your nearest
Veazey Store for best results and
We operate our own plant and
guarantee the best work, possible.
A HOM€ INSTITUTION
20 Convenient Stores
With each roll finished at Veazey’s
Film No.’s 116-120-616-620-
127 82S or 35 Mm...................
Film No.’s 122-130-124
Dress up Father's Desk
In Ei Reno Today
Bond Sellers Boasted La Salle
To Be Safest Hotel in A merica
Oklahoma City Times
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115 N W I 51ST.
DR J M WILK
Keep Abundant Band, Ice Cream Hopes Attract
* Japs Pick Top Movie
TOKYO, June 5—lAh—A pre**
survey of 14 American films shown
tn Japanese theaters since March 1 '
Wednesday showed a western picture .
"Tall in the Saddle" the box office hit. 1
ATLANTIC CITY. June 5. — <7P) —
• Secretary of Agriculture Anderson ap-
pealed Wednesday for international
co-operation on farm problem* to pre-
vent the "blessing of abundant pro-
duction” from being transformed into
a post-war economic curse.
In an address prepared for the 37th
, annual convention of Rotary Inter-
national. of which he is a past presi-
dent, Anderson recalled how agricul-
ture boosted its output during World
| war I only to be plunged later into a
depression of ruinously low price* and
"Surely we cannot allow question*
and doubts to put the brake* on pro-
duction In this hungry world.” he
| i "Production wa* agriculture's re-
| sponse to the crini* of the war. and
production is our response to the crisis
of famine. Our weapon ha* become a
Anderson said the end of the world
I food emergency—whether it comes in
I two years or 10—"need not transform
- ! this bles$ing into a curse. It need not.
I but the intelligence, good-will and co-
operation of the world * people will be
| needed to prevent it."
The crowd that turned out for
the meeting in the 500 block SE 12
wa* a mixed one. There were more
children than adult*, the kid* being
attracted by the candidate's four-
piece string band and a rumor that
ice cream would be served.
McIMiff is touring the political
circuit in an especially-equipped
truck, which he use* a* an office
and to transport hi* loud speaker
He is being accompanied by Bill
Jackson. Seminole publisher, mem-
bers of the band. George Smith. R.
D. Thatcher. Dolan Thatcher and
Im Padget; and Bill Baker, an-
nouncer and master of ceremonies.
To Speak Tonichl
The candidate will make several
speeches in the city and vicinity thia
week He will speak at 8 30 p m.
Wednesday at 104 W .Washington,
and Thursday at the same hour at
NE 2 and Stiles, in the Negro sec-
tion The remainder of hl* loraJ
itinerary will be announced Thurs-
day. he said.
Mcthiff i* one of the guberna-
torial candidates invited by Mr*.
Walter Gray- president fit the Wom-
en's Jeffersonian Democratic club, ’
to attend a luncheon in the Skirvin
hotel Thursday noon.
said he too is a veteran of World
war I and also knows Something
about the problem* of veterans.
Cheerless Dawn Creeps Over Grim Scene in
This is the lobby of the LaSalle hotel in Chicago's Loop financial district at dawn Wednes-
day, after one of the worst hotel fires in history. < Wirephoto.) •
300 to McDuffy’s Maiden Talk
By THE BYSTANDER
The man who caused an extra
shiver in Washington in January.
1945. by dressing in "ice cream" '
clothe* for the late President Roose-
I velt's laat inauguration, arrived in
Oklahoma City Monday and tired a
volley of political oratory Tuesday,
night in hi* campaign for the Dem-
ocratic nomination for governor.
That trip to Washington a* a
member of the 81.000 club brought
Fred McDuff. Seminole used oil field
equipment dealer, nationwide pub-
licity and probably influenced his
decision to run for the state's
300 Hear Speech
To^say that McDuff was an out-
stafimng figure at the inauguration
l« putting it mildly. He was a sen-
sation. with his cowboy boot*, white
j suit and overcoat und white lo-
gs lion hat. McDuff is attempting
perhaps with les* success, to inject
similar color into his campaign.
Approximately 300 persons turned
out Tuesday night to hear him lam-*
bast two of hi* opponent* for claim-
ing a monopoly on war service rec-
ords; promise veterans a 81 a day
bonus between Pearl Harbor and V-J
day, and demand repeal of Okla-
homa's bone dry' liquor law.
Without calling name*. McDuff
referred to the fact that Roy J.
Turner, city cattle and oil man. and
William O. Coe. city attorney, arc
running on service records. McDuff
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NEW FASTER TRAIN SCHEDULES—effective June 2.
Ask your local Sonia Fe representative for information regarding faster
transcontinental schedule* j also schedule* of local trains.
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