Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 10 of 18
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BOYS AND GIRLS .STORE
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No Housing Problem for Her
Little Barbara Clarice is unworried about the housing problem
now that she’s managed to get one of the new plastic minia-
ture house sets that have just been put on the market in New
York. Complete to the minutest detail, the construction set
makes it possible for Babs to build tiny homes, shops, churches,
theaters, stands, supermarkets, parking stations, and other
structures to her heart’s content.
supply cost in exchange,
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her deafness, brought on six
year* ago by an attack of
"Roll Out the Mat
One of six British girls chosen
as “ambassadors of fashion.'*
lovely Margaret Mullins will
soon arrive in the' U. S. to dis-
play British creations during
a nationwide tour. While here
she will visit the famed Mayo’
clinic in an attempt to. cure
Ike Says Army
Not a Threat—
<B«»riala4 fraa. Lata Ultlaa T».ter4ar>
ATLANTA, Oct. 31.—’A*)—Ordinaries
< clerk* i of the Hhree counties in
Georgia's fifth congressional district
decided Thursday to place James C.
Davis on the general election ballot
as the Democratic nominee for con-
Davis won the county unit nomina-
tion in the July primary, but Mrs.
Helen Doug 1 Sa Mankin got a popular
Mrs. Mankin. present holder of the
office, said following announcement
of the ordinaries' decision that she
still is not conceding defeat. She said
she plans a radio address and indi-
the railroad now for some mall, but I her name on the ballot.
Zycle Warszawy, reported Poland
would receive 1,000 Citroen automo-
biles from France under a barter
agreement by next Nov. 1. Poland will
(■■art ate* ftaat Late xeittea YmWtSbt,
SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct. .31.—<ZF>—
President-elect Gabriel Gonsales Vi-I
dela announced Thursday he has
formed a cabinet to take office No-
vember 3. It includes three commu-
nists. representing that party's first
participation in a Chilean cabinet.
The new cabinet is headed by Gon-
sales’ campaign manager, Luis Al-1
berto Cuevas, as minister of the in-
terior. Raul Julliet. who was Chile's
consul general in Brasil in 1944 when
Gonzalez was ambassador to Rio de
Janeiro, will take over the foreign re-
latioins portfolio. Both are members
of Gonsales' Radical party.
Ministers of health, defense
justice, still to be named, will
members of the Liberal party,
The assumption by the communists
of the agriculture and public land
posts was viewed here as an indica-
tion that Gonzalez intends to carry
out a communist-supported plan to
organise agricultural labor unions and
reduce absentee ownerships. Both con-
servatives and liberals have opposed
the plan bitterly.
I For Revamped
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Discontinuance at interurban serv-1 carry closed pouches
ice between Oklahoma City and El communities and are_____ _
Reno will put Bethany on a star route contract basis. Thus Bethany will get
for the receipt and dispatch of all one maU a*Uy from Oklahoma City
mail, Charles F. Davis, chief clerk of on the dayl. that the star route is
the railway mail service, said Thurs- traveled between here and Anadarko,
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Bethany has no railroad service and _ • ET • r"l
the mail for the bollege town has been Georgia I Jilt ElCCtlOll
handled on the ftjterurban lines since’ c*
’ they were established Davis ex- , W - r Ticket
jjJained With the abandonment, a W 11II1CI UVTW Ull lllRCl
Mfe’ closed pouch for Bethany will be put
in the Anadarko star route
More Changes Possible
Likewise the abandonment of the
. interurban service between Oklahoma
1 City and Guthrie” may result in
changes in the mail service to' Britton
and Edmond. Davis said.
Whether he will discontinue the
special mail service that was being
given Britton and Edmond by the in-
terurban or whether’he will establish
a new star route between here and
Guthrie to take care of this extra
mall service, has not been decided,
Davis said Thursday. <
We can put the mail for Britton.
Edmond and Guthrie on the Santa
Fe northbound train and serve them i — .---,
that way,” Davis said. “We are using | cated she might ask voters to write In
FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1.
we have always maintained a special w
dispatch of mail by interurban to give - *
the two in-between towns the extra
Shaw Tails Procedure
Fred Shaw, postmaster here. Thurs-
day said it is up to Davis to provide
the mail service for Bethany which
is the only community served out at
the Oklahoma City office that is en-
tirely isolated through lack of rail-
road facilities. #
* Davis explained that star
handled on a
ice between Oklahoma City and El communities and
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cd to be-little
width to your
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12. Sturdy 2-Snop Gaiter for Ta*/*. Lmed rubber
ALSO . . . big*selection of raincoats
1st f'loor Writ
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Teens’ sizes 3 '/i to 9 ......../...... •
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13. 2-$nop Goiter for Girlt. Brown rubber.
Girls’ sizes 1 to 3 .......- • .......
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Follow labai gireetiaea.
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assets administration announced"
Thursday appointment of small busl-
neas representatives in each of its sone
At the same time the agency auth-
orised its regional offices to establish
small business sections.
Function of these sections will be to
assist small business in the pu; - <-.*-•
of surplus property and to administer
WAA regulations pertaining to small
PILES Hurt Like
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Jlactal Oil ‘
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in boys’ and girls’ sizes
from 3.98 to 16.95.
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time to outfit them now
of your headquarters for
Budget Terrns Available
Seors Heun; 1:00 te B;00
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14. 2-Snap Gaiter for Tots. Brown rubber.
Tof»’ is«j 4 to 1 2, ind. ’/z »ige*......... .1.64
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*. Pullover Boot for Toft Eo»y on and off. Corru-
- gated rubber sole; flat heel. 8 in. high. Brown.
Tots' even sizes 8 to 1 2 .... ......... 2.52*
Sin! But Now I Grin
. Thousands change groaas twgp-
a da-ir»t formula to relieve diKomfnrt
palliative relief of paia. itch, irrtta
Tends to eoflea. shrink gwjBt—
gertor*' Wav. Get tube
Mlnne'e JK act al Ointment er
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1 noma City, am Kai
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had a lot of fun stud have "done my- - /
self a lot of good. '
The man who made himaelf the
nickname "Wrong Way’’ by flying
away from New York—presumably
bound for Loa Angeles—in July IMS.
and winding up tn Dublin. Ireland,
has been ' carrying on a one-man
handbill campaign throughout much
I had lOO.Ooo printed and I figure
I've handed out about 95.000 of .them
personally.”' l)e said.
Corrigan. 4<). next January, said be
found people liked the idea that be
is . older—"me— » —>—•
— than eithei
William F. K
10. Pullover Boot for Girlt 9 inches high.
Even sizes 1 3 to 3 ............... 2.65
11. Pullover Bool for Teent lO'/y in.
Even sizes 4 tc 9 .. ..........
le-erlateS rrsa Late MKtae TasteeOast
, NEW YORK. Oct 31—Gen-
eral of the Army Dwight D. Elaen-
hover sayt it ta “absurd ’ to charge
that the presence of the American
army to foreign lands is a threat to
•'A few, possibly from sincere mo-
tivea." he told the closing aeaaion of
the 15th annual Herald Tribune-forum
on current problems Wednesday night,
"allege -that thia army Is a disturbing
element in the world scene, terming
it a standing threat to other peoples.
' But the countries against which
it is hinted our army may be ataaed
do not need intelligence aourcea to
recognise the absurdity of sued
Russian Foreign Minister Molotov
tn his talk Tuesday before the VN
general assembly, said that the pres-
ence of allied army .outbade former
enemy countries gave rise to unea-
siness on the world acene. *
Eisenhower decried talk of war as
Inevitable. - contending there was
'room in the world for different phM-
osophtae at government eo long as
none la dedtoeted to the foreeAii im-
position of its pohttoal creed upon
He declared that uatd Um Uataed
Nations developed machinery to con-
trol "dangerous outcroppings ot he-
man weakness and greed for power,
we-must realistically face the need for
military strength adequato to our
times and our poatUoha '
He’s Lost Election
But He’s Had Fun
laierlateS traai Late tSiuea TtetarOarl
LOB ANGUl.EB. Oct 31 —<»—
Douglas Corrigan conceded Thursday
h»- may not be elected next week
he LU 3 senate aa the Prohibition
y a candidate, but he will have
FOR BOYS 4 TO II
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1. Big boys' 4-Buck/e Arctic. Block rubber, corru-
gated sola and heel. Warmly lined.
Sizes 6’/j to 9, incl. ’A sixes..............3.4*
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2. 4-Bvck/e Arctic m boys arzec
3. Some style m fcttte boys’ stree I I to 2 2 *4
4. Big boyt Pil6t Boot. Easy on and off —wear
trousers tucked in or out. Block.
Sizes 6 to 12, ind. '/*.sizes ..............3.23
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5. Block Storm Hubbert to fit oil boyt. High tongue
Corrugated rubber sole and heel.
Big boys sizes, 6’/z to 9.........
Boys sites, 2’/i to 6 .........
little bo ya’ sizes 11 to 2'........
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major candidate: - Sen.
jjwland. Republican. M.
or Will Rogera Jr , Demfocfot, 34.
Big Kerosene Supply
List In Truek Crash
I a«*rlaltel frMB Late C4lltea TmwQar*
A truck carrying 3.000 gallon* of
keroaefte collided with an empty truck
one mile northeaat ot Wilaon in Car-
ter county Thursday morning spilling
1.500 gallons snd injuring one driver.
No fire developed
Trooper Roy Clinton ot th* high-
way patrol said the kerosene truck.
‘ driven by 8helby Wilaon Seal* 31, of
' Cyril, collided with a truck driven by
Earl Monty Lowery, 44. of Wilaon.
Lxi« ery waa not injured. Seal* wag ■ -
taken to an Ardmore hospital for
treatment oLShock and fractured, riba.
Both vehicles were damaged < onsigor-
WAA Appoints, Small
Businessmen in Zones
< Barriatag traa Late ggiMae Tatargi
WASHINGTON, Oct. '31—<4^—1
FOR GIRLS—TOTS TO THHS
6. Compos Boot for Teen* with full length concealed
Talon fastener. Corrugated sole. Brown.
Even sizes 3 to 9
7. Ski Surf Gotter for Tots and Girlt; fl9s over tai
pants. Lined. Corrugated sole. Brown.
Tots' sizes 5 to 12, ind. ’A sizes .... ?... ., 2.13
Girls'sizes 12’/a to 3.................. 2.23
8. 3-Buckle Drett Arctic; warmly Imed. Corrugated
rubber sole, heel. Brown.
Tots’ sizes 5 to 12, ind. '/> sizes
Girls' sizes 1 2’A to 3 . .S,....
Closed Backs I and
LEATHER SPECS AT
Polished like a bright red apple
; . I to take you smartly to class or
career. Perfect with fall grays’
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946, newspaper, November 1, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1766045/m1/10/: accessed May 20, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.