Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 237, Ed. 2 Friday, November 1, 1946 Page: 2 of 18
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Vldela appointed Dario
ROSENFIELDS — OKLAHOMA S .LARGEST
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A GIFT FROM
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newest Sperti and from
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PAY Vi DOWN—BALANCE $1.2f WEEKLY
at nd extra coat
ankles. 1 to 6 ...
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Bell your car at a high price
A. C DuBeae. 4-2900 ( kdv.)
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ro^Haaliaa i'Hrariolet and Infrared j.
STOM HOURS: 9.00 to S;10 dally . .
burger wn 2? centi. Thursday it could tr
You’re More Lifcel* to Find It at ROTHSCHILD'S
his way to Chicago airixirt ]1 (
6. Beautifully matched 3-piece DRESSER SET m girt bon.....* S14.fl •
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the floor i
He has su
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up ’• i Mt | < 3 b ?8
lllna. lb. il.as raau
-_. lb W.ib eaa«a.
i m I meal and bone aah.
CHICAGO Nov. <4>i- Grain fu-
I turea were steady to firm at the open-
garmenr. un« piece nnea wirn >
fine cotton Kasha. Zipper clos- >
ure, full belted, knit wrist and *
r 10.41 >
Fine poplin two piece sno-suit. >
Zipper closing, knit waist band J
wool-faced, pile-lined *
r—i;—j -ints. 2 to >
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Open Tonight ’til 7 P. M.
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Boys’ Sport Coats
10 to 16 O
’In Navy Blue
With Cap .
To Match v
keep Boys Snug
North Star all wool fleece outer
garment. One piece, lined with
J E WE L E R S — S I N C E
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Karley announces the (
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include aalea tea if
crdtnng by mail
There are juat 44 shopping days un-
til Christmas, so make your selec-
tions now. You'll avoid the rugh—
and you'll have the opportunity of
choosing wisely and economically.
Remember, it’s not only .smart to be
thrifty—it’s imperative? Your pur-
chases at Rosenfield's are
wrapped and engraved free.
T of losers ap-
Bethlehem Steel opened late on a
1,500-share block, off 2‘i. in the wake
of the company's earnings statement
which some quarters thought was
hardly up to expectations. The’'stock
, however, and re-
Elk is Veterans* Rewarded i
EVERnT, Nov I,—<4n~ The Tlks
of Vldela s radical party; lodge Thursday night divided S52 269
ba bought from M to M cents, but
33 • percent of the stores ware selling
at JR. and another 33.4 percent of
the stores made it 40 cents
Chain stores had a ceiling of 26
cents, and S5 7 percent of them Thurs-
day were selling at JR.
First studies also were made of lamb
prices which showed similar trend*.
Vote for Roy W. Fisher for County
Commissioner 3rd District iPol Adv >
a a - a
Dr. R. W
reopening of hie office Mon
407 Perrine Bldg. 7-2131.
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*g , duatrial
•affee &i*rutts and waler before be-
. mnaing h* ‘fast until death to seek
India * freedom
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At a Glance
tl IQcg>e* lOfclahmas
Pwrca. Pumer sa* »esae>
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2?* J??! 1 early trade in barley.
New Chile President
Appoints Party Rivals
SANTIAGO. Chile. NOV. 1.— (iF) —
Gabriel Gonsales Vldela. Chile's presL-
dent-elact, appointed two liberals to
hia cabinet Thursday. They were
Manuel Bulnea Sanfuentes. minister of 1
defense, and Guillermo Correa Fuen-
zalida, minister of justice. Sanfuentes
is vice-president of the Liberal party.
In addition. Vldela appointed Dario
Poblette. a newspaper man, to be gov-
ernment secretary-general, with rank
Style S-200, illustrated at right, is the
newest Sperti and from the sales record
seems to be just what our customers have
been waiting for. A flip bf the finger gives
you infrared or ultraviolet. Operates on
AC or DC. A fine two-in-one mo4el, very
Oklahoma City Times
ABOARD PRBSIDKNT'S TRAIN.
Nov. I.——President Truman, still
playing the part of bystander in the
congressional election campaign, rolled
along Friday toward his home town
of Independence, Mo.
It was certain he would participate
in the election to the extent of cast-
ing hie ballot there Tuesday, but aside
from that ther< were no guarantees
one. way or the other.
Possible platform appearances at St.
Louis (10 a. m. CST.i. Jefferson City
<12:50 p. m„ CST», and Sedalia <1:4*
p. m. CST). offered Mr. Truman an
o p p o r t ujn 11 y for extemporaneous
speeches on behalf of the party's can-
But all Presidential Press Secretary
Charles O. Ross would say was that
. the president might wave at bystand-
ers who showed up at 8t Louis and
that he planned to shake hands with
, the state capital. J
>»y made of ham It i
the largest number
of independent stores, 23.S percent,
were selling center slice* at 75 cents
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!• Lustrous 3-strand PEARLS with filagreiad clasp1'.
$• Lovely multi-colored and rhinestone po»tum< pin-..
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Frank Buck I« Hurt
CHICAGO. Nov. l — iCTPSJ—Frank ' I-
«ateg tor him
IS >«*r»U w
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' Wheat was higher than
Thursdays close. January 33.0*
Corn waa SQl?4c higher. January
*1 .M%firl.mt, *nd <*t« *«re
higher. November R4c. There was no
The News in Brief
From Many Lands
New York Cotton Futures
Morrill Lynrh. PMreo. Vonhor
Open man La*
.........51 u iHs jo to
Si 8i i*
»1i 30 00 MOI
Z.’im/ts m ' Including highway
?• , mrnt and crack am
rucKsacx* Ituea into povatoea »nun
were oookad to a turn by the time th*
exactly as pictured
6 Bonded diamonds.
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reasonable in price.
Budget Terms if Ydtt Wish
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have been arreeled.
_ were Koreans. Smng-
auempt to bring smtst, salt.
(«oda and sK»ie food tnta Ja-
earhaaging K far machinery.
etl and taMrware.
TONLX5N Nos-. I.—<CTP8»—A few
rntnutea before midnight Thursday. K.
K Chatpwjee voting Indian nation-
SliM took hl* - last snack* of grapes,
LONDON^ Nov. I.—<CPT8>—Brit-
and function* equivalent to a minister
The 11-man cabinet, including four1
members ‘ . ...
threeicommunlsLs. three liberals and among its 202 War veteran members,
one ur|tiff ilia ted minister, will take of- giving each an average S250. to fea-
tice afte< the president's inaugurationj ture the first of a three-day wekome-
•unday. home celebration.
t Dairy Breeders Elect
GARBER, Nov. l—tTPr—C. C. Rigg*. . ,„,.w
Garber, ha* been elected chairman of "Bring 'Em Back Alive" Buck, wild
the Garber and Covington area dairy anlm** authority, suffered a deep cut
breeders ring, recently organised here. I collteion^of1 £
Approximately 50 dairymen ha^e waa on 1 '
joined the group. ; Three other men also were hurt
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.. $4.45 1
! lowest price in March was 16 cent*.
, < w was
1 21. in August and September, 34. and
on October 31 the lowest price found
j was 35 cent*.
The three-pound package show* a
similar trend. Lowest price* reported
were 55 cents in March. 55 on July
5. 63 on July 19. 72 in August. 65 in
September and 99 on October 31.
The highest price in Marchp waa
83 cents for a three-pound package
of shortening. On July 5 it ~~
JUly 19. 89. August 8135. September
81.29. and Thursday it was 81.45.!
Back to the round-steak picture
once more—the last applicable ceiling
nrir»< si cent* a pound;' for
grade A^ and 54 cent* for grade AA in ; •'■upp°r’;
when meat was scarce.
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number of chemical product* includ-
ing fused quart* and fused silica.
Machine tools decontrolled mclude
connecting rod aligners, dogs, hand
operated dowel and rod machines, file
holders, cards and cleaners, level
glasses, ground steel stock for die* and
jigs, brick liner plates, saw accessories
such a* guide* and clamps, machine
stops, and metal straight edges.
Glass ware Decontrolled
Other Items included are carbon
product* for electrical uses; nickel
product* and special alloys of nickel,
chromium, iron, manganese and cop-
per used principally in electrical ap-
pliances. plastic battery container*,
blow pipe gun*, power, industrial, ma-
rine. and forged steel boilers; a num-
i ber of construction machinery item*.
j marking equip-
ment, and crack and joint filling ma-
used tn road construction, air
A number of glass products for in-
-—1 use. glassware used indus-
trially at‘ airport* and for marine
flood lighting glassware.
M lenses, searchlight glassware, street
J* I and highway lighting glassware,
printers rollers, crinkled paper covers
iai and liners, egg case filler*, paper and
*• paperboard used in the manufacture
of ammunition and exploNvee.; and
bones of all types used in making bone
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NEW YORK. Nov. l.—1^—Stock*
ran into some profit cashing in Fri-
day's market although many leader*
continued to edge toward recovery.
An early jump of 810 a bale in cot-
top futures sgaln was considered bull-
ish for shares but the sharp bulge of
the preceding session, broker* sug-
gested. inspired a certain amount of
speculative and investment caution.
Dealings, active *t the start,
t tapered. While a numbei
peared near mid-day,
fraction* to 2 points enr i
inated f / •
Bethlehem Steel opened late
Snow Suits to
Water repellent Victoroy. One
piece, zipper cloture, belted
Colors copper, aqua, red and
blue—with matching cap. Ages
E to 6x. Suit 10.9S. Cap 1.25
Byrd Cloth Wind and water-
proof. Linad with 100% North
Star blanketing. Light and warm.
Colors blue and tan. Sizes 1
to 6. — 12.50
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'.‘.i S isos ire * 1 m»* ires Friday in light trading.
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All prices include
, Nov. 1—(CTPBl —
Catholics to vote in the
• aww _ .--3*--I
Iler archbishop of Lyon, has issued a |
voting at a time when our moat sa-
cred interest* are at stake, constitutes
culpable negligence. It is our duty to
face our reaponslblUtlea." The cardi-
nal* pronouncement will be read in
all churches Bunday.
LONDON. Nav. lz— (CTFSi— The
littW Norfolk harbor of W e»v Next -
tbr-Sea i* troubled with a plpgus of
aaala which loeal fishermen declare
are gobbltn* up ths choicest fish
aad robbiag tbem af their MveU-
hood. Tbekr plight will come up i«
. th* boose of common* next week
when E. Cl Gooch. Labortte mem-
ber of parMaaaent for Norfolk, will
dejmni that the ministry of agri-
culture rsotore Cha reward af 33 per
snoot far each seal killed.
TOKYO. Nov 1— iCTFS)— The
. diet of railway worker* was reinforced
with a tgreqlal allowance of baked
ea-eet potatoes when a crowded coach
caught fire On the outskirts of Tokyo.
Fieeint panaengers abandoned their
filled with potatoes which
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tardy Japanese firemen arrived -
FUKUOKA Kytreh*.. Nev. L—
(CTFSi—■(ontr.b*nd werth nearly
31* million* h*a been aataad fra*
■muggier* operating off Japan's
western eoast tn the past year and
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•XMMUlon Dm* >4 473
1. Bcsutilul Chatelaine* for belts, neckline*, laoela pnd aheulder*. .’ •
i $4 45»b$44
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Beautiful.lv engraved diamond set locket and ch*«n _____
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5. Elgin American Compacts ... choice of, colors and style*. _ $395
(These quotation* *r* bused on
war food administration for Lists flat in
bou*« in Oklahoma City territory 1:
ISHS-lnra white miMlln*. li Si.Si
'|.|»ek white miaeUne. lb. M.»
<Prices tn Oklahoma Cltv.l
OsM*«ea hr Beatrtee Creamery
Butterfat, per pound (
_ zoo* AMD POULTRY
** J*«ser Predwee ©a.
(Wholesale to Dealers)
£*•*. irsde A*. lar*e. rase ....
Kers, trade A. laree. case ...*.
Zees, trade s. medium, race ..
: £•*»• trade A. pullet. r**e
Broilers, fp-ers. drmud and drawn
Keus *nd bakers, dreeead end drawn
•ooatee*. drsssed and drawn
Ducks, ceese. dressed and drawn ..
Turkey*, ymine toms, dressed and dr
Turkey*, yaunf hem drexaed and C.
(Market Purchase Prices)
i Fee*, ease, (loss off)
Cm. doaen. float oft I
I Zees pullet, (teas off!
Broders and tryera, on foot
I ataes and old rooetera. ex foot ....
Hen*, lieht on foot
Hena. heavy, nn foot
| Duck*, on foot
i Oeeae. on foot
Turkey*, toms, on
Oats, buahel. al! trade* ...
gorn. Wo 3 white, or mi™.
Corn. Wo 3 white, or mtsed.
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com, Mo 3 vellow. ear ...
~ b-'.hel ...........
Milo, kafir (cwt I
Chicago Grain Future*
(Hr Marnll Lynch. Pierce. Fenner
WHXAT— Open Wl*h Low
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March ....... .IM 1 M<« I *»’.
■■Kmopoiy bureau has reported.
Urging French Ca
coming election. Cardinal Pierre Geu-
her arehbiahoD of Lvon. ha* iMued a
violet art oetlv
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in Use. Set it on • ? „ [
table, hang it on
the wall or tuck it v
» bureau , j
dtawei Oparate* /
on or DC
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the highest price for a pound package
was 27 cents. It was still 27 cents on
July 5. but by July 19 had gone to 35.
In August the highest price was 44
cents, in September 45 c«nt*, and
Thursday it waa 60 eent*.
Price Goes Up
r At the other end of the line the
j. ;ii - , Lnc.v ms nuaivi* »aa so ci
P*r“*ment *ho «- On July 5 it was 17. on July 13 It
enjoy the begt catering fa-1 — -
town right in the parlia-
Idinga. complain that they
overcharged for coffee at
al cup. A. Skeffington <La-l
ied to carry the matter onto |
ot the house of commons.1
.... -Ubmitted a request to the1
gotemmRnt tiUt the price be cut. In.
east end restaurants a cup of coffee
•»:.< from 10 to 20 cents.
TOKYO. Nov. 1—(CTPS1—The
sltnost total lack at sugar in the
' Japanese diet since 1943 has re-
duced dental trouble* among school
children b» 29 percent, the Tokyo
educaLMM bureau said Thursday.
j ROUEN. France. Nov, 1—jCTPB) —
Cne* of "long live De Gaulle,' drowned
Out French Provisional ( President
George* Bidault's speerh at a political
meeting here Thursday Disconcerted.
Bioault shouted: "By all means long
hit Dr Gaulle but I voiced that cry
long before you did.” The uproar con-
tinued tnroughout the meeting.
TOKYO. N*v. I^ICTPS)—Dm
to failure af farmers to inereaa*
their tobacco acreage, the Japanese
for 1947 will remain
i daily per adult, the
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Oct ■ •
Daa *4l( ■.
and wrigt. Zipper front ski pants.
100% . i ■
jacket. Ka$h»-lined pant*. 2 to
6. Putty & brown---.
Boys Shof). 4th Floor .*■*■**
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or rniaa*. »haHe*
Own. M > MMia. .tel.M
Milo, kafir (
liaorark th:' X
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Jpork *uc4at*RB* . •*
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duced it* loss. (
dipped to a ne* 1946 low. , some stat* officials at Jefferson -CPv,
Prominent gainers Included Union '
Pacific, Santa Fe, Southern Railway.
Chrysler. General Motor*. Du Pont
Union Carbide. U. S, Rubber. Good-
year. J. I. Case, Air Reduction and
U. S. Gypsum. I
Propping market sentiment was the
Dun <fc Bradstreet survey disclosing
that retail spending throughout the
country was being maintained at an
exceptionally high level. For the
week ended Wednesday dollar volume
was.placed at 21 to 25 percent above
the like 1945 period.
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prices were 51
inde)*endent stores, during the period
when meat was scarce.
Comparative Price* Give*
Thursday 23.5 percent of the inde-
pendents were selling A at 59. while
15 7 were selling it at 63 cents, and
11.8 percent were selling It at 65
centa. In the AA group. 17 percent
were selling at 63 cent*, 23.7 percent
at 65 centa, and 19.1 percent at 69
In the chain store group the ceiling
on grgde A round steak was 48. on
AA it waa 51. On Thursday grade A
meat prices were' evenly divided with
a third of the chain* selling at 57,
a third at 59 and a third at 63.
• In the AA grade. 20 percent were
selling at 59 cent*, while 60 percent
were aelllng at 63 cents, and 20 per-
cent at 69 centa.
In the fir*^. study
"To abstain from j was found that thi
a pound,' for
a pound. There were 44.5 percent of
the store* aelllng whole hama at 65.
Celling prices on center slice* ifere 49.
and on whole hama 35 cent*, before
ceilings were lifted in an effort to
get the ham.
Rump Roast Priced
The celling price on a grade A rump
roast was 33 cent*, and investigators
found roasts selling in independent
store* Thursday at from 39 to 55
centa. On AA grade the ceiling was
35. and they could be bought Thurs-
day from 27 to 53 cents
Ceiling price* in independent store*
for pork chops, was 46 cent*. On
Thursday, shoppers found them all the
way from 55 to 83 cent*, with 30.5
percent of the stores agreeing on a
price of 69 cents.
Half of the chain stores, which had
a ceiling of 44 cents, agreed upon the
same 69-cent price. Of course, there
wasn't enough meat in the stores be-
fore lifting of the celling* to arrive
at a price at which it was selling then.
And Hamburger. Tea
The independent ceiling on ham-
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