Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 239, Ed. 1 Monday, November 4, 1946 Page: 2 of 24
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are as follow*:
Bobby Baugh. Naomi
Helen Conde, Robert, ”
iRlchaHl; Htrgu. ______
tan. J!oan McB-ide? Virginia
and Pat Smith, Junior I
Will Ropers Rites
Are Held Despite
Rain at Claremore
CLAREMORE. Nov. 4,—(4»h-Rain-
laden skies and a steady drirxle Mon-
day dampened Claremore’s
planned observance of
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107 109 N aaOAOWAY
of Greece, announced Monday a new
cabinet, dropping Minister of Defense
Peter ^tavromichalls and Minister of
Public Onh*r Spyros Theotokls.
The ciwinet reorganisation came as
violence continued in Greece. Author!- |
ties said communists beheaded seven
woodcutters near Lake Dorian i---(
that 10 leftists were killed and nine !
banter* have been- too *uc<w«aful.
r.D*. Oliver Austin of the allied nat-
ithl’rweircM —**----— *-----
•I who *'dra« tn
to 7S speeios wbieh feed on plant-
Aestro'* ins tnaeeta. He blamed a cur-
rent pine tree beetle epidemic mi a
taek of bird* that eat that type
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20 Honor Graders
mtsUce day will be a holiday for all
troop* in Japan except thoaejteeea-
aary for <uard aaaignmenta.~Yoko-
barna base troop* will atage a mile
■ nd ■ quarter lent parade.
TOKYO. Not. jr.^iC-Allted hsad-
qusrvers Monday; prohibited th* > use
of benzine as a ihotor>fuel because it
is crfttcally needed in Japan’s drug,
patr.t and dyestuff industries.
AS CUSTODIAN OF
THt FABULOUS BLACK
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Double Plav With
May Cost Drivers
.Efforts of two city motorists to out-
wit downtown traffic police may Drove
costly to them, police reported Mon-
H. A. Darraugh. motorcycle patrol-
man. said he was given information
Saturday that two motorists double-
parked in the unit block W Main ap-
parently were trying to pull a fast one.
When they parked illegally, they re-
moved citation tickets from two cars
which were properly parked at the
curb, and put them under the wind-
shield wipers on their own cars. The
British military wuthmities about the two cars at the curb had been there
Darraugh took up the two citation
' tickets, wrote down the license num-
bers of the two double-parked vehicles
and reported them to headquarters.
Ownership la being traced, he said.
Price Board Field Men
Called in for Meeting
All field men attached' to the 20
area price boards in the state were
called into Oklahoma City Monday for
a conference at state headquarters
relative to liquidation of the boards.
Under an OPA order issued last
week, the price control boards have
been abolished, and the field men are
Trial of Negro Trio,^
White Man to Open
RALEIGH. Miss. Nov 4—The
- hmm of three Negroes, all members
of the Craft family, and one whita
man are scheduled to be called to.trial *
TUESDAY, NOV. Sth!
Approximately fit) prisoners. Only eight -
dartlclpated. in the e|icape plot, how- j *■
ewer. They crawled through the win-I
diow, crossed the pfison yard and |
staled a wire fence, f
'The prison department organised a I
huge posse and began a manhunt led |
by bloodhounds. Prison officials,
guards, highway patrolmen, and sher-
iff's deputies participated in the chase.
Blast Toll Grown
BALTIMORE, Nov. .4. —pF) — The
mysterious bombing of a waterfront !
rooming house last Thursday claimed
its fifth victim Sunday night with the I
death of Antonio Mariano, another
seaman injured in the blast.
f the allied nat-
rtioa said Japanese
___ Jld birds by track-
insda virtually havg wiped ouf M
Democratic congressional nominees ,
in the second, third, fourth, fifth, ■
sixth and seventh districts are favored
to win. although Rep. Mike Monroney
of the fifth is being pushed by Car-
mon C. Harris, Oklahoma City Re-
Wife of Dead City
Cyclist Bears Son
The wife of an Oklahoma City man.
killed last May in a motorcycle acci-
dent in Capitol Hill. Bunday afternoon
gave birth to a son. Attendants at St.
Anthony hospital believe the baby. A?
pounds. 8 ounces, is one of the larg-
est bom there in the past 10 years.
Mrs. Martha Webb, who lives at
1001 N Geary, is the mother. Her hus-
band. Jack Roland Webb. 37. was
kflled May 1. when his motorcycle
collided with an automobile at SW 35
and Harvey. The baby is Jack Roland
Webb II. Mrs. Webb is the daughter
of Mrs. Charles Jamison, of the home
committee which will work with the ,
atomic energy commiMion.
Each service placed three represen-
tatives on the group. It will advise the I
commisasion on “all matters relating
to military application of atomic en- |
ergy, including developments of bombs ,
of information to the ,
manufocture or utilisation of atomic ■
weapons," a point announcement said.
Lt. Gen. Lewis H. Brereton. wartime
commander of the.far east 9th and*
10th air forces, pleads the army dele-
gation. The chief of the navy group
is Rear Adm. Thorvald A. Solberg,
head of the navy’s research and stand-
ards branch of the bureau of ship*.
Solberg was a member of the staff of
the joint army-navy atom bomb test
force at Bikini.
The other army members are Maj.
Gen. Lunsford E. Aliver. commander
of armored troops, including the 4th
and 5th divisions, during the war: and
Col. John H. Hints, who held the ;
wartime rank of brigadier general and
was artillery cotnander of the 3nd in-
fantry division during the war.
The additional navy representatives
are Rear Adm. Rauph A. Ofstie. who
served as aviation officer on the staff
of Adm. Chester W. NimiU.and Rear
Adm. William . 8. Parsons, deputy
commander for technical direction of
the Bikini tests.
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fwp-MONDAY. NOVEMBER 4. 1946
810 Millions Czech Loan
Suspended by British
LONbON. Nov. 4.—i>P>—A (oreign office spokesman said Mon-
day Britain had suspended action on a $10 millions credit to
Czechoslovakia after consultations with the United States.
State department officials announced last month the export-
import bank had been asked to suspend negotiations for a $50
millions credit to Czechoslovakia.
tp have taken the
4 form of surplds war materials.
One of the factors reported to have
influenced the U. 8. decision was that
the Czech’* were planning to sell some
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Liquor Store to I se Jail,
Drunkf^Oiit of Luck
NORTH BEND.' Ore. Nov. 4 —iPs—
Tn» eity police officer i*n t ju*t *ure
. wi*t would nb« tM best thing to 0o if
h* arrest* • ITunk and flnjd« it nece*-
- MH to giie thel offender * place to
Sleep it off
:When the *'qjr_liquor store* lease
expired 1 ' \
of the surplus war goods to Romania —— -------- V~'\ i and control
one of the most unusual and elaborate anQ control
broadcasts ever heard by Oklahoma
voters, and it will be on the air from
9 to 10 p. m. over most Oklahoma sta-
tions, with Texas and Kansas border
The program will be unusual in that
It will be replete with narrators, pipe
organs, 30-piece orchestras, soloists
and chorul groups. One of the eight
special musical arrangements will be
’’Hereford Heaven." composed by Tur-
ner. The composition has been ar-
ranged for orchestra and chorus.
The kirst half hour, sponsored by
the Democratic state central commit-
tee. will be entitled “Cross Roads of
Destinyand will, deal with national
issues in behalf of Democratic con-
gressional nominees. The second show
will be sponsored by the Roy J. Turner-
for-Governor club and will deal with
the governor’s race. i
While there is some interest in con-
gressional and secondary state races,
principal interest continues to center
in the governor's race between Turner
Independents will also have three
candidates in the governor s race. Mrs.
Mickey Harrell. Oklahoma City real
estate woman; R. M Funk. Oklahoma
City salesman; and .Bruno Miller,
Oklahoma City attorney. Mrs. Harrell
has kicked up some political dust with
her fight for repeal of prohibition.
Voters .will also elect 34 of the 48
state senators, lit state representa-
tive*. district judges and all county
officers. They will also exercise their
choice* in the eight congressional races,
all of which are contested.
Schwab*. Rizley Believed Safe
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Republicans apparently are favored j
to retain the first and eighth district
congressional seats. Both districts arc
looked upon a* Republican strong- ;
holds, and the Flynn-for-governor
support should be sufficient to return
George Schwabe. Tulsa, and Rom
Rizley, Guymon, to the national house 1
Monday, and the hotly-contested au- ,
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accused in a U. 8
tjoox of being a naxi organizer.
* polp: Subway -when Federal
Carlo* Albert® Cuello rejected [
ition !< r the' cancellation of
5* ArgeWuni naturalization. The
fcnent .irinoUncrd last week ^hnt
ttcUki find B6 evidence to support
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Saw Way Free
RALEIGH, N. C.. Nov. 4, —<UP> —
Eight long-term Negro convicts sawed
their way out of Martin county prison
camp near Williamston Monday in the
biggest maw break in North Carolina J"]” rowlng out a
prison History. !
Prisons Inspector Kyle Matthews ,,
said the escape was discovered Mon- ; Ausust I
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Two guards on duty—one insist the Johnny Craft, first of the fite de-
prison and the other in the prison fendantsJto be brought to trtal. was
yard—have been fired for negligence convicte^ by a jury Saturday on
The convicts escaped by sawing out charges of assault and batter)' with
tihe bars in the end window of a cell ;.|iit«it to kill Judge H<wner Currie
qlock. The cell bloete was occupied by deferred sentencing Craft
I each goyernmqnt.
take commupion in
If the churches of the others.
: STOCKHOLM, Nov. 4—
I: s ill Mett Reeieveit and his wife arrived
hqre by plane Mi
Th* tr**t NktxHeon who conquered nation!
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Tho*0 who ar* dinraMOd with itomach or
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WASHINGTON, Nov. 4—The
- war and navy secretaries L.—
by Mrs Horace named the six-man military liaison
day, but program sponsors went ahead
with the schedule of event* to pay re-
spects to the memory of the famous
humorist on what would have been
his sixty-seventh birthday.
The weather discouraged mapy. but'
thousands of Rogers’ old friends gath-
ered for the day’s festivities, to br
climaxed by simple services on the
Will Rogers memorial terrace, only a
few feet from the crypt where the
philosopher’s body is Interred. /
Jimmy Rogers, his younger son. Mrs
Rogers and their young son arrived
Sunday with Leo Carillo, Will s old
movie pal. from California.
Opening with a horse and colt show
the program included a parade, bar-
becue and presentation of a plaque
from the Cherokee Indian nation, of
which Rogers was quarterJblood The
presentation was by Judge C. H P
Brewer. The plaque was accepted for
the state by Governor Kerr.
Two Troopships Due
To Dock in V. S. Today
(By Th* Aiaoclated Pr«u >
Two troop transports are scheduled
to arrive at San Francisco Monday:
the General McRae from Okinawa
and Manila and the Admiral Benson
r.f err sad Jfhnit Steele.
those that may be destroyed.
> stricken Missionaries to Speak
At City Lutheran Church
Open house services, being held this
' week at the Christ Lutheran chapel.
3709 N FonshiH, and conducted by
Rev. Walmar W. Frank. Tulsa, will
feature two miMlonarie*-at-large in
Monday night's service. Rev. W. H.
Hansel, pastor, announced Monday
The two missionaries are. Rev. Har-
lan Wendler, Collinsville. Ill., and Rev.
Earl Bchmieslng. director of music.
A Gospel Team comprised of pastors ,
from five states. Is assisting this week
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at a profit. The foreign office spokes-
man said This factor was borne in
I mind” when the ^British government
l had the matter under consideration.
The Communist Daily Worker Mon-
I day called upon parliament to find
I out why Britain was withholding the
^promised credits to Czechoslovakia
1 The paper declared:
-’If Britain te not to be pulled down
by the undertow of the coming U. S.
slump, it must, lessen its present ex-
cessive dependence on the U. 3. This
inet reorganization came as means that it must establish good
■ - - ------ j trading relations with the greatest pos-
i sible number of countries outside the
andiU. 8. orbit. That te why the present
w. w— I attack on Czechoslovakia te senseless
wdpnded by troops in a fight near ’ »nd suicidal. .
Trikkala. j 4
rwi.j m The cabinet changes had been un-
Thst ne beheved the Ume had der advisement for 10 days. Negotia-
ajri'ed for an unhindered exchange < kina ended Saturday after opposition
rC< n-imisters and ministries among the party leaders refused flatly to join the
ch'urdhes and fof members of each !• government.
/ ortwminauon to take communion in ReltabA sources said the British and
F- - - ■ United States governments had urged
I the formation of a coalition cabinet
but when this became impossible. It
j was suggested that Taaldarte make
The tentative list was presented to
King George II Sunday night and it
was Mid to have included Mavro-
r —----- -—Nov- *—(cP)—A michalte. The United States and Great
'tnoderateiy strong earthquake about Britain were said to have objected to
4 39c miles south of Boston^probably (he right winger and it was believed
In northern Chile, wa* reeoisJM at the king also rejected him when Tsal-
4 43 12 p m CBT» Sunday on the dartu caMed Monday with a revised
W-ejstOu college seismograph, the Rev.
Daniel Linehah k J . reported Mon- Athens sources said Mavromlchalte
day The disturbance lasted for three recently had been in conflict with
HuNrtlMB * i __111* —— aS — <*■ ■ a. aS
' reorganization of Greek armed force*.
He had held the posts of war, air, and
navy and his dismissal wa* a major
' surprise. The elimination of Theotokte
had been expected
Return to Class
Alter Polio Scare
Thirty-seven children, dismissed
from Cleveland school October 35
after It was learned one of their class-
schoolmates had polio, returned to
school Monday morning, Edward Mar-
shall, principal reported.
The first-grade children marked up
a jierfect attendance Monday morn- _
Ing. They actually missed only eix I being instructed on what record*;, to
school days. send to Washington, those that are to
’’The full incubation period has go to the regional office at Dallas, and
passed.’’ Marshall said. ’’The danger tel
over.” The children were sent home
aa a precautionary measure upon the
advice of Dr. William T
county quarantine officer?
- The stricken child. Sarah Ann Win-
ningham. 8. daughter of Mr. and Mrs<
E V. Winningham, 3540 NW 35. is at
Crippled Children's hospital.
Cowboy Star’s Wife
Dies After Childbirth
LO8 ANGELES. Nov. 4. -
at ceremonies during a special Death Sunday claimed 32-year-old A^-
Jill r.fii 1
i The News in Brief
From Many Lands
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S4K JL’AN Arf1----- *
te” tbefoattee” if made! the basis for
Makram >*a*ha urged
EcvptiaftMi “te b* e*trm»i*t. M this
te.lbo onlv wgy to get fulfillment <rf
Mr complete rights.”
LONDON. Nipv 4 LtA’i—A proposal
Ifo' t.MT archbishop of Canterbury. Dr.
I iOeorftrv Fihher. that “full com-
IttuniOn bt established between the
Cam<h of England and other prot-
MiLant bodies m the United Kingdom
provoked 'wide dtecuMion Monday. Dr.
y*|*F.er said in a Cambridge sermon
SundAy that he believed the t
teThSd fof an unhindered exchange
ehUrdhea and foF members of
cienothinsuon to take ’
/ the churches of the of
City police officer isn't just sure
1 would, ----------- *’ ’*
he arrests ■
sary to give th<
Sleep it off
here recently, city council
Wted -to .alloa temporary use of the
jail lor.the ngw store.
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tumn- campaign will be climaxed by a
series of radio broadcast^ Monday
' Last Minut* Radio Pleas
Republican headquarters announced
three broadcasts, beginning with a
talk at 7:15 p. m. 1.
Sayre. Ardmore, national GOP com-
mitteewoman. The Oklahoma Flynn-
for-Governor club will be on the air
from 8 to 8 30 p. m., and the Demo-
cratic Flynn-for-Governor club, will
take over the air waves at 8:30 p. m
Democratic leaders have arranged
one of the most unusual and elaborate
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tee U- s accusation
CAIRO No*. 4.— PKMikram
EtoeM Pasha, a member of the
Egyptian delegation negotiating with
Britain for reihdon of the 193K
treaty between the two, nations, said
Monday that pr.qxjMl* brought back
from Britain by Premier lamaH Sfd-
ky Pa*ha would prove “a disaster - I
Taaldarte. i®pultet (royalist) premier
nty student* at Northeast high-
Fridtey will be initiated into the
ttdre chapter ,of Ithe National
society. Mrs Mamie Castle-
tecnaor, announced Monday,
achoinr* including both junior
jnior high student*, will be. in- I LO8 ANGELES. Nov. 4. — UPf —
at eerwnonies during a special Death Sunday claimed 32-year-old A^-
ify Senior high honor students lene Rogers, wife of Cowboy Actor Roy
Roger*, a week after the birth by
I Callarman. Caesarian section of her third child,
Davidson. Mary Roy jr. ... . ... n .
Winifred Law- Mrs. Rogers was in fine spirits at WOTS SlOMSCR UlCBF r&HIS
i Norris' breakfast, hospital attendants re- > — - - — - - —
«>».« ... high honor ported, and talked by telephone with
etadthts include Barney Best Wanda her film star husband. But a few
BWifewi Wands FYisher James Flv. Jo hours later, she had a relapse. Phy-
Ani. Gee Betsy Hawkins. Nita Leuge- sicians summoned Roger* but she died
mor* Anne Pearson Margaret Shoe- *n hour after his arrival. Ths child,
doctors said, te progressing sattefac-
The Rogers were married 10 years
ago They met in Roswell, N. M . when
he was on a radio program featuring
the Mesquite song specialists. Son* of
the Pioneers." ‘ i
i m* * 1 a
Jewish Womai^ Honored
DALLAS, Nov. 4.—(|Pi—Mr*. David
Levy of New York City Monday was
designated the nation’s outstanding
Jewish woman of 1945 by the National
Council of Jewish Women. She served
a* chairman of the national women's
division of the United Jewish appeal.
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