Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 240, Ed. 2 Tuesday, November 5, 1946 Page: 4 of 13

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Bride Gives Eye
When Sally Ashton Tesch and
her husband. Albert, were mar-
ried -last April the bridegroom
faced blindness from a war in-
jury. The bride submitted to
an operation to transport the
cornea of her right eye to her
husband. Employes of a stove
company where she worked in
Detroit contributed the cash
for the operation. The couple
lives in Choteau, Mont. (Acme
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For Complete Information
on schedules and reserva-
tions consult
F. W. TRINKA
General Agent. 1 100 Colcord
Building, Oklahoma City.
Telephone 7-3440
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downs, from the Ringling Brothers '
•nd Barnum <fc Bailey ctrcua
Tilden Talka to HgM
■ Bill Tilden waa scheduled to piay
so-called 'ennia on the concrete courts at the
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SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 5
One critical Issue in the 3ft-day west
coast maritime strike was' settled
Monday night but both sides agreed
It’s a funny thing. Now that
the war’s over, .there's a lot of
head-shaking in our town. People
saying; “What’s the younger gen-
eration coming to?” "How can we
end these strikes?" "The ebuntry’s
going to the dogs!
to be a law!" etc.
But when the yowngrr genera-
tion was walloping the Asia “saper-
m«n” — and labor was doing the
moot colossal job in history—yon
never heard a murmor. But now
that we're back to our traditional
life of personal liberty, jast see
Free from
weather
worries...
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how the heads begin to shake again.
I-guess there’ll always bo head-
shakers—folks who feel “there
ought to be a law"—who believe
that the best form of regulation in-
suppression, whether it's applied
to beer or baseball.
Bat from where I alt, Ameriee’s
done pretty well with the idea ef
personal choice and jndividaal lib-
erty. I guess that’s jast the wwy •’
Americans are made.
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CLINTON. Iowa, Nov. 5.—(*»>—The
restaurant customer would prefer to
pick his steak and let the proprietor
name his price, in the opinion of
Floyd Magee. 41. World war II veteran
and co-partner of the Plush Port Hole
cafe.
Magee should know for his restau-
rant served 3.140 meals under an ex-
perimental policy of “the price you
sgy is the price you gay’’ before
abandoning the program Mondav.
The co-partner, who last Wednes-
day started letting customers .pay
what they thought their meal was
worth, said he found “a reluctance
among our customers to set their own
prices.’’ The customers showed "a
preference for a set schedule for
meals.’’ Magee observed.
As a result of the experiment he
said a price list averaging 17 percent
below the previous set prices had
been drawn up.
Women Bankers Plan
To Meet Wednesday
The Women’s Committee of
American Institute of Banking will
attend an autumn breakfast at 7:45
a. m. Wednesday in the Venetian room
Rev Harvey- Miller ta the full-time
Protestant chaplain who co-operates
with special sendee tn various activi-
ties The part-time Catholic chaplain
is Father John Murray.
Canteen Is Planned
The hospital soon will have a
modernistic canteen that will offer
commodities at a minimum coa« to
' patients.
It may appear U> be a soft life,
but Charles Ouerra. 20 W Grand, is
one of the wounded war veterans who
< will testify that the group la anxious
.to get back 4nto civilian Hfe. Guerra
lost his leg when a Jap sniper proved,
his markmanshtp in the Pacific cam-
paign
Guerra. Itke many other patients, la
• spending lot of time doing leaUW-
craft wn^jc but he alao enjoys plac-
ing the piano while the rest of the
fgroup sings He will study music phen
f’he. leaves the) hospital < i .
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From where I sit
Silver-Plated Trays
So easy to serve impressively with
one of these handsome, generous-
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with beautifully embossed center,
handles. In’II-in. or 14-in. sizes.
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WASHINGTON. Nov. 5 —</P>—
Trans World Airline withheld a back- '
to-work order for 15.000 idle employee
Tuesday while attorneys renewed ef-
forts to draft an arbitration agree-
ment which would end the 16-day old
pilots' strike.
The 1.400 AFI. pilots who walked
out October 21 demanding higher pay j
for the men who fly four-engine
planes were on the verge of returning
to their jobs when both sides accepted
in principle Monday the proposal of
federal mediator Frank P Douglass
that the dispute be. submitted to an
arbitration panel.
David L. Behneke. president of the
pilots* union, announced ir. Chicago
the government's arbitration offer had
been accepted and the pilots were
ready to fly while the case was being
handled.
However, company and union law-
yers conferred with Douglass until 9
p, mr„ without writing a mutually ac-
ceptable agreement.
The stumbling block wss whether I
the arbitration pact should cover |
TWA'« proposal that pilots on its in-
ternational runs be paid a flat salary.
This pay system now is followed by
two competing United States airlines.
Pan American and American Over-
seas.
The union objects to laying such a
proposal before an arbitration panel,
preferring that the board's decision be
limited to a formula based on “deci-
sion 83’’—ihe plan presently In use
I on domestic carriers.
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Vance Crawford, veteran from Enid, selects a book from tho
portable library shelf that Is taken through the wards at
the Will Rogers Veterans’ Administration hospital by Miss
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labor department mediator, derlared
optimistically, however, that ground-
work had been laid for final agree-
ment® not only with- the CIO long-
shoremen but alao With the AFL Mas-—OOP*’**-
tera. Mates and Pilot* and the CIO | Ha»kMI took over the job of special
marine engineers. service when there .were only 13 pa-
The striking longshoremen were not *h*. **5***. >r*_.
so optimistic. They charged the water- ' L?5 P**tents in the hospital, and DR
f“r:i employers hsd Injected four expects the 220 capacity to b4
reached soon ; .
All the top-flight entertainers wtvs
front employers hsd Injectsd four
new issues * into the negotiations -
“issues which they previously agreed
to arbitrate.'* ?—- I coma to Oklahoma "City are usually
The committee for maritime unity* h'»tton-holed by Haskell before, tha
said the strike had been settled^uf- r,ty v,,‘' u ‘■‘^‘’luded Head .inert who
fictently for a resumption of work but hMV* brwtght laughs to the patients
that the employers turned the walk- 1®®*’**** Abbptt and Costello
out into a lockout by raising th«w
issues and by demanding that the
union drop Its s« million suit for ret-
roactive back pay.
But settlement of the ■ . _ __
steam schooner issue was considered hospital but rain prevented C?.;
bv both sides as a definite step toward match that was to be played before a
truce. large group of patient® who are ante
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Finnish Recline Wins <1<«1 his mora> job by going through
. liiinii Itv^iuir Vk His th(, war<la and taxing to the patjen.*.
fill N/* i sri 7.ou can really see - a difference
A® Grand Control «*" < n CYvIZUiCS in the morale of patients When thews
/W T • I I STOCKHOLM. Nov 5 - fA«i Dis- <*>*:*Flttea come here." Haskell said
iBrminal, patches from Helsinki reported that ft may not look as though It t®
■K UArtrt nl Mwtar YnrL I ,he T'innish government had won a *he ideal place for athletic®.' but
W nwun PI IVVW lorni parliamentary voie or confidence by numerous patients-do art permisaion
W i A r«*n~ the coun of 93 10 73 Tuesday after a from theit doctor to participate tn
F W JmliA heated debate lasting nearly 24 hours golf, tennis, or us* the new bowling
’ l”F Thr revolved around a de- allevs
T?|iniiuClF|lllk i maned by rightist deputies for an ex- ,
planation of the activities and mrth-
■- ZCTfrShZZTt Ods emploved by Finnish secret police
T .LLZrijTGciemm-nt spokesmen hotly denied
RVh* H InFglwvl charges that political police had de-
| ta,ne<1 P*n*'ns without dW cause.
Southwestern
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THROUGH SERVICE
I The purpose of the meeting is to
plan the year’s activities. Guest of
honor will be Mrs. Eugene P. Gum,
wife of the secretary of the Okla-
homa Bankera association.
Being Bedridden Doean 't Keep
Will Rogers Patients From Fun
Dr C. E Bates, manager of the Veterans’ Administration hos-
pital at Will Ragers field, is a firm believer In amusement for bed-
ridden patients.
"It takes more than pills to cure these patients, and in many
instances the various forms of recreation are the beat cure,” Doc-
—----------——„_.elor Bates said
Entertainment in the hospital t® no®
designed just for the patient who cam
walk into the recreation hall to w* a
movie. Bed-side library s*rvioe la aa
to veterans who like magjssRMa
books Cheas bridge, dominoes
msw of tnV: ,bra-
sidr amusements
Movies GO La Ward
j .If the veteran can hot walk or go
in a wheel chair to the han for ths
—...________ movies. Miss Ann Wilson, director of
Tueeday no immediate return to work fJ*reatl0!’ a’”1 entertainment, brings
is tn prospect 'h* movie, to the ward, where the
— , men. in - cast® can sm the latest la
. J* ?a’hBn P F Etnainger. special nlm entertainment
Morris Haskell, s Pacific war vet-
eran is responsible for the well-
rounded recreation program at the
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buying or business nn New
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Cleveland, and over the
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