Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 240, Ed. 2 Tuesday, November 5, 1946 Page: 6 of 13
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1946—SEVEN
Oklahoma City Times
Quarter of a CawtU'
ROBINSON at MAIN STREET
AT WARDS YOU'LL FIND
Sturdy pi«c«< tor Baby i Comfort and Mother's convenience ... priced LOW I
119 West Main
BRUCE FLOOR CLEANER
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BIO PLAY YARD
It folds compactly for convenient storage! AH Hardwood
construction in natural varnish finish . ;. raised floor.
PLAY YARD PAD
Baby can play in comfort with this soft cotton-fMed ploy
yard pod. It’s wet-resistant and washoblel
FINf HARDWOOD CRM
Attractively designed, built to “take If**. Adjustable spring,
automatic dropsides for mother's convenience.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.„ Nov. 5.—
(7F)—Thrusting down from b 1 issued -
swept Colorado, a high-level mass of
Voting in Omaha
Like Reading Book?
Ballot Is 13 Feet
DURABU NURSERY CHAIR
Rigid Hardwood construction with half-panel back foe
firm support. There’s a swinging tray for Baby's toy*
Parker junior Vac-o-matic Pencil---
Parker Major Vac o-matic Pen __ —
Sheaffer Fineline Pencil
1.95 and 2.50
Fed. Tax Incl.
BACK IN 1909, WHEN THE
| LAMP WAS A SU0P1VI&ON
J LOT, THERE WAS A S9O
A. MORTGAGE AGAINST IT.
Finest Nursery Furniture
' *5ata -,te
A real “Babyguard” . . . well-constructed of aM hardwood
i;. with roomy seat and wide spread legs.
"Dry dean** your linoleum with amazing Bruce
Floor Cleaner! Easier, faster, far safer than
soap and water. Cleans both linoleum end
wood floors perfectly. Wax base protects and
beautifies. Look for the Scotch plaid label.
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So small—no larger than a deck of
cards. Complete weight less than
7 ounces. Ask about our five day
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Oklahoma City, Okla.
Phone 7-3176 Res. 7-8357
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Resilient stool frame ; s a canvas seat ; ; a big pLay tray.
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Convenient Budget Payments
Why Scrub, then Wax Linoleum?
Bruce does both in Less time!
WEWOKA, Nov. (Special.) —
Police Tuesday were Investigating the
mysterious shooting of Lloyd Bush.
19-year-old former marine, early Mon-
day near the Indian Baptist church
south of here.
Bush was reported alone in the
home of hi* step-father at the time
of the shooting. He told police ho was
in bod and that car lights flashing
in the window awakened him Cioing
to the door, he was fired ujxui three
times, the first bullet striking him in
He was taken to the Medical Art*
hospital, where attendants said the
wound wa* only superficial.
Mr*. W A. Wllkia. wife at W.
A. Wilkin, former ml**ionalrie* at the
Wichita Indian Mlsalon. Anadarko,
died in Inglewood. Calif . Saturday
night, according to word received beta
The Wilkin* came to Anadarko tn
1B0S and remained there until IBM.
Mrs Wilkin had been in ill health for
Funeral services and burial will be
held in Anadarko Saturday.
rr WAS NOT SIGNES’
BV HS vyiFE, F ANY/
AMP NQ STATtMBslT
THAT HE • A
BACHELOR OR WIPClVER.
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T HOW ABOUT THE
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cold air brought fresh snowfall across
the upper two-thirds of New Mexico
early Tuesday in a dissipating storm
which already had claimed one life,
isolated dozens of smaller communities
and crippled all forms of transport.
Weather observers said the snow
promised to be much lighter than that
which fell 48 hours earlier, however,
and wa* precipitated by 40-below-
zero cold at a ZS.OOO-foot altitude.
Mild 14 Reported
Warming from extremes ranging
down to Santa Fe s four-above the day
before, ground level temperatures
generally hovered around a mild 2d
or 26. Snow sUll on the ground from
Sunday measured eight Inches at
Santa Fe. five at Clayton and Tucum-
cari and four at La* Vega*.
Forecasters looked .for snow or rain
to continue through Tuesday night,
and promised clearing and warmer
The single death from the storm’s
earlisr fury wa* that of Wilfred Mar-
tinez. 26-year-old Indian veteran of
the war in Europe. Apparently the
victim of exposure Sunday night, his
body was discovered near Orant.
Elk Hunters Mareoned
Twenty-eight inches of snow ma-
rooned a party of 25 elk hunters in the
West Vermejo pork area across the
line from Colorado near Taos, but no
fear was entertained for their safety.
Isolation of numerous small pre-
cinct* in northern counties raised the
possibility that many voters might be
unable to cast ballots in the general
election. In addition to blocked roads,
an undetermined number of boxes still
awaited deliveries of ballot* which
could not get through.
Return to Britain
For Fatvkes Day
LONDON, Nov. Firework*
began popping at dawn Tuesday
throughout Oreat Britain—the real
article, available for Ouy Fawkes day
celebrations for the first time since
before the war.
By midnight the police and fire de-
partment* expected a full crop of
singed fingers and scorched front
porches. The supply of small boy size
explosives, about 75 percent of the
pre-war average, wa* sold out days
The noise-making commemorated
the capture of Ouy Fawkes and his
fellow conspirator* with barrel* of
gunpowder under the houses of pkrlia-
msnt on Nov. 5, 1M5.
HANDY TRAINING StAT
!»’» comfortable AND practical . ; . jwt clomp It to adult
fixture . *; fold It fiat for storage or when trsTveUing.
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.' U. S.-Soviet Zonal
Trade Pact Signed
BERLIN, Nov. 5.—on—The soviet
military government .announced Tues-
day that Garman soonomlc ministers
oT tbs Russian and American occupa-
tion sones had negotiated a new trade
agreement providing for the exchange
of about 13,600,000 worth of good*
within the next three months.
Ths agreement negotiated at Wies-
baden when German officials from the
Russian sons were guests at a greater
Hessian trade exposition, wa* halted
In the soviet-oontrolted press here as
a further boost to intersonal com-
merce. This wa* the second major
' trade deal negotiated between the
•ovist and American sones.
The soviet zone also has recently
negotiated exchanges with the Brit-
ish and French zones
Under the new agreement the
! United States zone is to deliver to the
soviet sone 18,000 wprk animal* and
large tonnages of hops in exchange for
deliveries of sugar, grain, potatoes,
brown coal (lignite) and alcohol. No
tonnage figures were given.
Robert Carr Dies v
" HANNA. Nov. 5.—(Special )—Rob-
ert Carr, 57. died at hl* home here
early Monday. Funeral arrangement*
I have not yet been completed. He 1*
’ survived by hi* wife; two son*. Rich-
mond and James; and five daughters.
1 Martha. Rachel. Edna. Bertha, and
I Beatrice, all of the home.
OMAHA. Nov. 5— (/PF—Vo ting in
Omaha Tuesday wa* like curling up
with a good book.
Voters were handed a 13-foot ballot
containing 26,000 words— half the
length of the average novel. _ ____
Most of the 57 questions pertain to fighting Monday a* 1.600 workers,
a proposed 515 millions citywide im- estimated I . ‘
Convert thi* all-metal stroller to a walker a* your young*
star grows up. Handy for you to shop ; s i visitl
(By Th* Associated Praaa)
The Charles A. Stafford and the
Marine Robin are scheduled to arrive
at New York Tuesday with 645 pa-
tients and 2.234 troops, respectively,
No other troop carrier* are sched-
uled to dock at other U. 8. ports.
Today's Troop ^<>un? .We*ok® Vet7’T South-Bound
. _ 1 Mvatpriniislv wminnen
there is no
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COMFORT CRIB MATTRBSS
Buoyant innarspring comfort for the hours of sound sleep
baby needsl Lasting construction ; 11 washable ticking.
Espscially for ths school girl .. •
gn outstanding selection of smart
new hair clips of shining sterling
Silver . . . several styles from which
Medical reporta rvvaal that an amaainz
number of children and adult* are viatime
Watch for th* warain* aim*, especially
the embarraaalo*. naxginz rectal itch.
After canturia* of Pie-Worm diatr*** a
really effective way to deal with them ha*
been aatabliahad through JAYNK’S P-W,
th* new Pin-Worm treatment daveioped
in th* laboratories of Dr. D. Jayne A Son.
The email, eaay-to-take F-W tablet* sive
aatiefaction or your money back. So why
take ehanoee on Pm-Worma! If you aua-
pect thia ugly Infection, ask your druggut
for F-W and follow the direction*.
If a easy to romember: r-W for Pin-Worm* I
- Snow Caves in Roof of Colorado Store
Unable to withstand the weight ol 28 inches of snow, the roof
of the Kortz-Lee Jewelry store In Englewood, a Denver sub-
urb, collapsed late Monday. The wreckage U shown above.
No one was Injured. At the left, an arctic weasel was used to
rescue motorists stalled In the edge of Denver. (Wirephoto.)
Clearing Colorado Skies Bring
Relief; Denver Begins Digging
DENVER. Nov. 5.- i.UP)-Weather forecasters predicted relief
Tuesday as Denver fought to free itself from the paralysis of a
3-day blizzard which halted normal activities and Jellied 10 per-
sons throughout the storm area.
Government meteorologists said the blizzard was moving
south through Colorado toward New Mexico. Meanwhile, clearing
skies brought relief to the wide section of the Rocky mountain
area which already had absorbed the storm's full impact.
The blizzard, worit here since 1-913,0--------'
left 27 Inches of snow which tied up
transportation, caused thousands' of L A1.mnr 4 n arl OT’Lrk
dollars in property damage and halted i A U1 lllVl ZallclllcLl fLU
food deliveries, aggravating the city'*
already tight food supply.
Denver wa* given a brief respite
Monday afternoon, but snow fell again
Monday night. However, there were nd
high wind*, which would have piled
snow drifts high enough to cause a
complete paralysis of transportation.
A* a result o( drifted roed* and bad
driving in the cities, less than half of
Colorado’s 375.000 registered voter*
were expected to vote Tuesday. Re-
publican* and Democrat* alike viewed
the heavy snow a* a threat to previous
election hope*. In some of the isolated
rural section* the ballot* could not
Major atriums were grounded and
trains were delayed, with a few train*
■tailed in southern Colorado. Most of i •
the school* throughout eastern Colo-
rado were closed.
Closed for Election «
MILWAUKEE. Nov. 5.—OFV—ABM-
, Chaimsm Manufacturing Co • hu«e
atrtke-bound plant at West Alli* "Was
closed Tuesday a* deputy sheriffs, osi
guard since an outtw<ak of violence
last week, fulfilled election-day assign-
Sheriff George Hanley, in advising
Gov. Walter 8. Goodland that SOO
special deputies had been sworn in
to replace the nearly 100 regular* as
the plant, said that ’rumoni'of dis-
turbance persist ”, There wa* no
. eslunated by the company, entered
provement plan. the plant.
The unwieldy ballot wa* expocted | Jess Ntckwi*. CHG-UAW iutna
to slow up both voting and counting t ion al representative, said that 21
of vote*. Mayor Charles W. Leeman Milwaukee locals Monday night voted
appealed to citizens to make up their complete financial and picketing sup-
! minds beforehand to avoid congestion port to the local striking at the Allis-
; at the polls. Chalmers plant. ____________
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The Ideal Christ nass Gift ;;
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Gaylord, E. K. Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 240, Ed. 2 Tuesday, November 5, 1946, newspaper, November 5, 1946; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc1766066/m1/6/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.