Oklahoma City Times (Oklahoma City, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 240, Ed. 2 Tuesday, November 5, 1946 Page: 7 of 13
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Oklahoma City Times
In New Violence
LIN»A DARNIU SAYll
Pioch was admitted and gave birth to Sharon.
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Beviitchinf black net . twinkling with
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ribbon; knowingly designed along
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softly sculptured lines with lull skirt.
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Time With Half
Controls Still On
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We show this" lovely
For an exciting new aeaaen
area* than ever under price restraints.
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com rolled although celling* lifted on . *n,d *‘x Vnited Statea military police,
shoes, hats and many minor apparel by • British warrant officer, broke
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4.—1^> -Italians '
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by both Italy and Yugoalavia and 1*
phera were knocked down and a dozen
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SNYDKR. Nov 5—‘Special >—Rob-
ert F. Stoll, who ha* been stationed
with th> armed force* in Guam, was
discharged last week and ha* returned
here. Son of Mr and Mrs. P J.
Stoll. Snyder, he expects to engage in
‘a-arintoS from Lata KSttiaa T aatareavl
CEDAR CFTY. Utah. Noy. 4 — «4h—
Voters in two Utah counties Tuesday
will decide which one gets New Har-
mony. a little community which was
gerrymandered across the line back in
the iRAOs during the mining boom in ’
the southern part of the state.
Seem* the miners in Silver Reef,
now a ghost but then a booming com-
munity. wanted to have the Washing- '
ton county seat there instead of at St.
George. The St. George forces were
worried and when the matter came, to
a vote, they borrowed "temporarily ” J
New Harmonv from Iron county to
bolster the balloting.
The St. George boys won but they
never returned little New Harmony.
Now the 178 residents want to know
where they stand and it's up to the
people of Iron and Washington coun-
ties to decide. The issue takes the form
of voting yes or no on "annexing a
portion of Washington county to Iron
GLAD Hg a*W v HO*ia«V . I P S*3*t
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Stoned in Trieste
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famous prerrrfpfrow type 666 for relief from cold miseries.
MORAN INSURANCE AGENCY
Brandi Butidtny • Phone 2. 5JG4
aoee sowesoovti. wave a geetw'
Tweegs eirrv wioegs num.lcoven
this rgggooey pee * *'Ng rooru r
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Army'n Task Force Frigul
Seeks Answer to Zero War
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^=_-----a---- —w^a waaa O|TU* g
this codd-bound force as It settle* down to Its task of learning to
U»e Arctic will be the proper time*.
With a few minor and secret ex-
ceptions. everything tested will be
present standard army equipment. An
Ratolfhs are RIGHT!
"When I amolre ciga-
rettes. I smoke Raleigh.
For I’ve studied the
actual scientific testa.
b»»»d on » mathod
uaod by tha U. S.
Medical Science has ■
nroi rcf no n» her lead- fl
mg cigarette gives you 9
icot ina . ZassWTi
throat irritants — is M
• afar to a m o k a .
Raleighs are right/** w
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SNAPS INTO ACTION to start
RELIEF for These 6 Troublesome
Com Miseries in just 6 Seconds
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defend this Arctic country.
The motto also speaks
UUCKY WINNER A
IS THE MOL PER J
OF TICKET \
000 Yugoslavs in a pre-election speech . criticized American and British
Sundav the world did not want war, ' act-ionaries” for hoMile acta he said
declared hi* government warned better they had committed against his na-
relaiton* with the United State* and non
“I’ve seen the evidence
in black and- white, and
, I'm convinced! M edie al
■ Science ha* t>rf>rad that
a, no other leading ciga-
rette gives you /ms nrc-
otma. !»aa throat trri-
tan u than the new,
smoother, better tasting
Raleigh! That's why I’m
sure Raleighs are rt/tht
for me—right for taato,
nght for throat.'*
Tests based on a method iseel
by the United States Government —
certified bv a jury of !♦ distinguished
doctors, including eminent throat ape-
I cialists-—nou offer you proof poeftrva ■
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L No other leading cigarette gives you
/ess niootina. I»sa thrnat irrttanfa . ..
is actually safar to unoks- thgn tha
■ new, smoother, better tasting Raleigh!
■ All six leading brands were tested!
H So tri Raleighs! En joy the neh. choice
■ tobaccos that make Raleighs so smooth,
so mild, yet so full flavored they're the
favorite of millions' Ralejghs-are right
— nght for taata, right for thtoatf
Tae«s Based on a Method Weed by the H. B. •ovornsaowt
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tnoblle, 10 40-degree-below
under combat conditions'’
How A boat f <xwl
J * What type of food t* 'needed
, i fighting
,nrr‘'. - run* into the field. Officers are re-
. —w :!! be soldier of >hr north have emphasizing the Importance of avoid-
‘ j ing perspiration; of wearing gloves, of
' putting on and taking off clothes at
relief for yourself! Ask your druggist for old favorite
666 Cold Preparation—tablets or liquid!
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COLD PRtrARATIONS • TASUTS »r HOWS
_ cauriON taat omv st biarrtto
s»er of ‘MY DARLING CLEMENTINE".
A 20th Century-Fox Production
• WITH TASK FORCE FRIGID. FAIRBANKS. Alaska. Nov 4 —
jCDN'—The sign on One desk here says: "Never have so many
tv^ou^nm"^ Mrn •»»« equipment, from a cigar-
b/Fo^ht' m 1 *hich answers will e„* nghter to a 48-ton tank, will be
given two sets of testa—one under
. ~HOW •on« fan* marl work or lie im- controlled, the other under combat
a* soon as
NO OTHER GIVES YOU
■ ' . ’ . ■ ! y. t
Less Throat Irritants
A" — ’ • ’ e - . • • J. .
.1 I !
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- get a
1 devised for military survival in this
type of weather.
Voters to Decide
Who Owns Small
knd.n »ii.u,-.L>uts»m,«i---------------- --------"y Community
These, in effect, can be considered the fighting words to spur ■
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Formal opening of the Association
of Oklahoma Artiats’ annual exhibit
in the Oklahoma Art center. Munici-
pal auditorium, will be at 3 p. m. Sun-
day with a gallery talk by Edgar A.
Albin, associate professor of art at
the University of Tulsa.
This annual show is the highlight
of the year for state artists, and at-
.tracta a wide field of representative
Open to resident Oklshoma artists,
the exhibit includes only work that
has been done in the last five vears.
The pictures submitted must be wholly
work of the applicant, and not done
under supervision of an instructor
or as a class assignment.
Four Classes Shown
Classification* include paintings,
watercolors, graphic arts an<J sculp-
Special award* are the Marthy Avey
Sweepstake* award for the best work
in exhibition; Oklahoma Art league
medal for the beat still life, done in
oil; MacDoweil Club of Allied Art*,
for the best- oil, not including still
life; Willie S. Wright, still life with
flowers, done in watercolor; John D.
Fribbell Geological award for geo-
logical landscape, oil or watercolor,
done IrT Oklahoma, and the I4eut.
Elmer Cap*haw Memorial awkrd for
the most popular picture in the ex-
hibition. This last award Is presented
at the close of the exhibit when votes
cast by theARiblic have been tallied
Harry David Durst jr.. head of the
art department. University of Arkan-
sas. Fayetteville, judged the pictures
which will be hung in the exhibit.
When the show open* Sunday, each
of the prize-winning pictures will be
Officers of A C. A are E. R Ab-
bott. 1831 NW 23. president; Ella Jack,
Stillwater, vice-president; Margaret. L.
Sprankle. 2017 NW 22. corresponding
secretary: Ila Zoe Blckell. 3315 Clas-
sen. gallery secretary; S. Deborah
Haines. Norman.-treasurer: Frances F.
Ambrister. 1440 NW 37. reporter:
Maurine Franz. Enid, historian, and
Grace Chadwick. 1145 NW 39. parlia-
A business meeting of the associa-
tion will be st 1 p m. Saturday.
When you're suffering the torture* of a real cold, what
you want is comforting relief—quick!
And today there i* a product that snap* into action
instantly you rake it to Mart relieving all six trouble-
some cold miseries in just 6 seconds*
No wonder that for over 45 year*, million* have
turned to f ~ 7 _ ' ‘___________
Try it--next time you have a cold! Experience rhi« time-proved quick
The Pioch Family Is in the Hospital
From hospital beds In Jackson. Mich.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pioch admire their 5-dav-oId
daughter. Sharon Lynn Pioch 18 pounds', held in the arms of a nurse. Robert Pioch entered
£he hospital one day. was operated on the next for appendicitis. A few hours later Mrs.
The ..whole family is said to be doing nicely.
keep him healthy and in
trim’' 1 1 '
J ~ ma lew- twiuier <jj tor norm nave
tn carry a charge of TNT to blast out
Bia foxhole’ | *
No q’wation on f ‘ ‘
overlooked. The Bskimo* and sour-
dough* ha*e some of the answer*, but
ttiev lack the military angle
- These -.500 men. phis some 3 000 at effort will be made to determine what
“ McCoy and Adak are out to modifications, if any. are necessary, or
lot more baric information . what entirely new material must be
(Xearlaua fma UU Z«iUaa tnlirl.il
WASHINGTON. Nov. 4.—OPA. j
caught tn the crossfire of political (mristsa troat Lata cauau VMiaWas)
campaigning, came up to election eve TRIESTE. Nov.
with about half its price controls still »£"ed fproJrugI2’,8V n**»PaP"
flees, set upon Slovene passersby and
in effect. demonstrated before allied military
Here ia what is left after 30 decon- government headquarters Sunday in
trol orders issued since President Tru- 'his^ Adriatic port, which is claimed
man’s October 14 decision to remove h.'".*7*7 r 7. .7
ceiling's from meat and order an accel- for internationalization.
era ted return to a free economy: T*° Venezia Oullia civil policemen
Food—Only sugar, ayrupa and rice *er* bruised, two American photogra-
unoer price Mds. i.' . - ' ' ‘ J ------
Clothing and texliJea-Mostly still !““*« *e"Arr"l^?fL?*.
led by a British warrant officer, broke
up a crowd of abotti 5,000 in front of
the military government office. The
crowd, charged by mounted officers.
ishouted, "out with, all foreigner*!"
Some. 10,000 Italians altogether
joined in demonstration* and Italian
jflags flew here on the twenty-eighth
anniversary of the entrv of Italian
troop* into Trieste, then part of Aus-
■RKIGRADE, Yugoslavia, Nov. 4
t#**—Premier Marshal Tito told 300.-
1. - Headache 2 "Stuffed up ' Nose 3
Minor Throat Irritation 4 Coughing due to
cold 5. — "All-over" Muscular Aches 6
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t peak control, with more
Also controlled—building materials,
automobiles, major home furnishings
and appliances. nioM farm and indus-
trial machinery, newsprint and uaper
products, and basic metals.
At Its wartime peak. OPA *aid 80
cents of the aveirtge cost of living doi- i
lar was spent for Hems under price
control. Todav the figure 1* 40 cent*, I
agency statisticiank contend.
The motto also speaks volume*
aketchy knowledge of Alaska. «--
Consider some of the pre-atomic- I
type qumtioru for which answers will |
weather conditions. These will start
| the weather here has settled
subzero stride. It has been hovering
Meantime, the men are getting trial
Here’s what’s next.
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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/m1/7/: accessed May 24, 2022), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.