The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 52, No. 22, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 25, 1943 Page: 4 of 10
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The El Reno Daily Tribune
Ribbon Newspaper Serving • Bine Ribbon
Izsued dally except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue,
and entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879.
Naw, No Reservations—Just Check in Anytime
RAY J. DYER
Editor and Publisher
The ASSOCIATED PRESS is exclusively entitled to the use of re-
publication of all the news dispatches credited to it or not credited by
this paper, and also to all the local news therein.
All rights of publications of special dispatches herein also are reserved.
Presenting Facts Assembled
by the Foreign Service
Division of the Office of
Y1/ASH1NGTON. Mar 25— <Spi-
tv" clali—A new political party
DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN CANADIAN AND
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES
One Week ______ ____ 8 .20 Three Months ---------- *1-50
Three Months *2.25 Six Months...................*3.00
One Year______________ *8 00 One Year----------------------*5.00
Including Sales Tax
THURSDAY. MARCH 25, 1943
EVERY MOTHER KNOWS THIS: It is more blessed to give than
la receive.—Acts 20-35.
The Food Front
In Nazi-dominated Denmark, tail-ri
the "Danish Popular Center” party,
has been disclosed as a "fantastic
iraud," the Copenhagen correspon-
dent of the Swedish newspaper
Dagens Nyheter reported recently.
The founder and leader of the ]
party is 30-year-old Vagn Hclgc
•Lanby, who. the correspondent
said, has been unmasked as a
man who perpetrated earlier
frauds under the name of Jcapcr-
The Swedish report said It still
was uncertain as to how many
persons had been cheated out of
more than 100.000 kroner n122.000 >.
He had assured the women, the
report said, that 19 members of j
the lower house of the Danish |
parliament and eight members of I
Ik. kA.... ...AHA H.HAnAHA/1 '
„ his talk to midwestern governors assembled in Des
Moines, former President Hoover effectively emphasized
what threatens to become the major weakness of the united
nations war effort. That is, of course, the food front.
Americans have been accustomed so long to trouble-
some surpluses that even progressive rationing has not im-
pressed us with the seriousness of the farm situation. Out
of the wealth <>f long experience, and particularly out of
his World War I background as foods administrator, Mr.
Hoover points out how we are drifting toward the same
failure which ruined first Russia and then Germany in that
Both those nations and also France. bought | conji,,* to 8 Moscow report quoted
jo now that they could divert manpower, materials and bv ^ BrUUh rad)o
productive capacity entirely to armament, munitions and
lighting, and let the food front look after itself.
Russia followed and then,
the upper house were prepared to
join the party.
Exposed by a Copennagen news-
paper, Lanby disappeared and now
is wanted by the police, the Swed-
ish report said.
* * *
AZIS, who have had their fill
cold weather on the Russian
front, have ordered the Inhabi-
tants of 'air-raid danger zones in
Oermanv to send "all their winter
clothing” to non-danger zones, ac-
The Kerensky revolution in
ivhen his regime could not provide food, the Bolshevik
revolution. Germany’s military collapse came after bread
riots. France was on her last legs when we entered the
Aar and saved her.
• • *
MI DO not contend,” said Mr. Hoover, “that these collpases
* were wholly due to food, but it was the largest factor.”
Today we are following a similar path. Needing more
food than ever before, we are about to plant much less.
We gained the appearance of meat plenty last year by
killing dairy cows and sheep for lack of labor to care for
Last year we had more farm manpower than will be
ivailable this year. Last year we had more fertilizers,
more protein food for cattle, farm machinery in better re-
pair. Last year we could not hold our own; we drifted into
ihortage* which necessitated the rationing now being ex-
pended to new items.
* * •»
R. HOOVER was not bitter, |>artisan or carping in his
ticiams. He gave Secretary of Agriculture Wickard
credit than many others have. He merely pointed out
hat the steps necessary to assure against a breakdown in
inited nations food supply have not been taken—and that
hey must be taken very soon.
"There is no cause for alarm," he said, “provided we
wt about to remedy, and quickly . . . Unless we stop these
legenerative forces we will weaken our military front.”
Anyway, there’s little danger of biting off more than
re can chew.
Silver is one of the best conductors of electricity. We
let a shock every time we are handed change from a 50-
ent piece these days.
Germany plans to move time up one hour on Mar. 29.
t’ll be one of the few advances they’ve been able to make.
Knowing our flyers, it’s no puzzle as to how they’ve
>een able to raid the reich. Just a riddle!
When telephone poles and curbstones make auto drivers
(top and think, it’s too late!
A good place
for folks who burn up the road is in
Down Memory Lane
Mar. 25, 1933
of $20 in transfer fees to the
A reduction of $20 in transfer fees to the El Reno
ichool district No. 34 for the 1933-34 term was announced
.oday by the board of education in view of the annual
neetings Tuesday of rural school patrons.
Tom Shacklett, chief of police, reports that since the
>ank holiday has been lifted, the number of transients
odged in the city jail basement over night is increasing.
D officials have been sentenced
to terms of compulsory la ior rang-
ing from three to 12 months, the
Nazi-controlled Belgrade radio re-
The charge against the Nazi
puppets, according to the broad-
cast. was accepting bribes to erase
the names of persons liable to
(Published In The El Reno Dally
Tribune. El Reno. Oklahoma. March
25. 1943 >
ORDINANCE NO. 1597
AN ORDINANCE VACATING
SOUTH EL RENO AVENUE BE-
TWEEN BLOCKS ONE H> AND
TWO <21 OF OREEN LAWN SUB-
DIVISION OF BLOCK FIVE <5>.
ENGLEWOOD ADDITION TO THE
CITY OF EL RENO. OKLAHOMA:
AND PROVIDING FOR THE
SUBMITTING OF THIS ORDI-
NANCE TO THE QUALIFIED
VOTERS OF THE CITY AT A
GENERAL ELECTION TO BE
HELD ON APRIL 6 1943. FOR
THEIR APPROVAL OR DISAP-
PROVAL; AND DECLARING AN
WHEREAS, the owners of Lots In
Blocks 1 and 2 of Oreen Lawn
Sub-Dtvtslon of Block 5. Engle-
wood Addition to tlie City of El
Reno. Oklahoma, have petitioned
the Board of Commissioners of the
City of El Reno to close and vacate
South El Reno Avenue between
Blocks 1 and 2 of Oreen Lawn
Sub-Division of Block 5. Engle-
wood Addition, for the reason that
said avenue Is not needed as a
thoroughfare, highway or avenue,
or for the welfare and convenience
of the public.
THEREFORE. BE IT ORDAINED
BY THE BOARD OF CITY COM-
MISSIONERS OF THE CITY OF
EL RENO. CANADIAN COUNTY.
Section 1 That Soutli El Reno
Avenue between Blocks 1 and 2 of
Oreen Lawn Sub-Division of Block
5. Englewood Addition to the City
of El Reno should be and the same
Is hereby vacated and closed as a
By Ernest Foster
United Press Correspondent
TTOLLYWQOD. Mar. 26 — lU.R)—
Now that he's made sure that
ly ORtN ARNOLD
WEA S«fvic«, Inc.
Carr and Pat Friday, came to Pat
on ihe quiet this morning about 10
Again Ed nodded. "She would. ; consciously. “I'll go git him anq
Miss Pat.” said he. softly. "She Miss Stuart and meet vou here
Ed Bryan, pilot friend ot Jimmy don', mlss many tricks '' i lunchtime." he said. "Yes'm”
"But it—It's still impersonal. All Pat watched him go. He walked
of this! I can tend strictly to heavily. There was something
business. And If Lor&ine U—is—' solid and friendly and good about
Tm a littu. , YoU COUld fight back'" “ sug‘ “ Bryan. He held an odd sort
i m a little gesled ••you're pretty as she Is,
Prettier. And smarter. You could
* * *
Ed paused. considering her,
just "Hmmm." he sounded.
"Jimmy chose Loraine
'Are you. Ed? Why?"
"Well, you know how It is
When It's going to be one whale
of a big storm, everything's qtile;
and rosv for several hours
of wisdom, she knew.
“Maybe I ought to listen to
him!" something sang within her.
"Maybe Jimmy and I—Jimmy and
I—maybe Jimmy really could be
Her eyes were bright again, and
“Oh . . I see. Yes, Ed her. he loves her very devotedly lbe chln had st°pped shaking. Foi
It is awfully still. I—I haven't I'm sure If I love him. myself.\ 8'"1°R1t 10 "llnutcs *he stood there
been In the weather office so 1 then my cue is to help him find ^ _?re,?.L
don’t know what the baroinetei happiness, Ed! Not confuse him!
reading is. but anyway I think , Not make him do something he'd
probably regret a little later. It—
talking about Uv it sounds nice. I suppose, u> say a
ills parents, his 12 brothers and
his 24 nephews and nieces are
taken care of. George Montgomery
has gone into the atmy.
It's Just three years ago thai
the former cowboy came to Holly-
wood from Montana—a big. raw-
boned kid bent on becoming a
In those three years his looks
and ability earned him a foui-
Mgure salary In the movies, such
co-stars as Betty Orable. Ocne
Tierney, Maureen O'Hara and
Oliner Rogers, and such dales as
Hedy Lamarr. Oreer Carson. Ca-
role Landis and Dinah Shore
He left this month to report tq
the army as a buck private. But
not before he had provided for his
He sent his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Oeorge Letz. back to Black'
Eagle, Mont., to live next door to
cnc of his sisters. Mrs. Arthur
The home they'll live In is the
one thev had always lived tn—a
house that was almost their own
until a depression In family finan-
ces put it back in the hands of
the mortgage holder.
George bought the house back
for them, and Lynn Bari bought
George's Cheviot Hills home. Her
payments on it will keep his par-
ents secure for a long time.
His 500-acre ranch near Great
Falls. Mont., will be cared for by
brother Nick, who Is growing wheat
and barley and watching over 47
head of cattle stocked by George.
Brothers Michael And Morris
are safely financed by George In
the trucking business, trucking
sand and gravel for government
Sister Lyda Is engaged to marry
Jay Palermo, wealthy California
olive oil man. thanks to the fact
ihat Oeorge frequently preferred
to escort his ow-n sister to parties
and happened to introduce her to
the right man.
The other members of the fam-
ily—George is the youngest of 13
living children—are all well and
solvent, thanks to George's help.
Tliere Isn't much left over, but
enough to get. him started again
when the war's ended. He has es-
tablished himself In a good busi-
ness. his studio contract will be
waiting for him. and so will the
little ranch in Montana.
it * *
j KyJ ARGO. Mexican actress, said
J she will seek legal authority
! to adopt her screen name In piacv ‘
| of her own. which Is—Marla Mar-
guerite GuBdalupe Bolndo y Cas-
Explaining she uses all the other
names only to sign contracts and
legal documents, the actress said
d briefer title would be more con-
* * *
AUREEN O'SULLIVAN says
Tarzan will be looking for an- ,
ether screen mate In the future—
''unless something wondqrful comca
The star said she preferred to
remain at home and raisfe her two
children, adding she would return
to the screen only to accept what
she considers a "wonderful" role.
Producer Sol Lesser said lie
would explain away her aoscnce
in forthcoming Tarzan J films In*
stead of substituting another
* * *
nONITA GRANVILLE is resting
D here after her return from a
nine-week personal appearance tour
In the east and middle west with
the film "Hitler's Children."
Next week she will confer with
RKO official Charles Koener about
her next picture, In which she again
will receive star billing.
Pull the Trigger on
Ease for Stomach, ton
"It may or may not storm, for
the glider train flight. But. I was
talking about that Stuart dame.'
"Oh. I sec. Ed. lias she acted up
again?" Pat was mildly alarmed.
"Nc'm. she hasn't. That's just
the trouble. I worry about her
being so quiet."
girl had a right to
fight for her man. And believe
me, that's what I'd like to do But,
Ed—I don't love him that way.
love him more. More!
Of Loraine. and Jimmy, and her-
self. Of trivial words, which
might have carried deep Import,
if she could have read them prop-
go out and ] er^ *
"After all, he really did call ina
back from Elmira! Made Ed bring
me to Phoenix. Had me in the
Don't you j flight passenger again. . And
' lie—he's been so very nice, at ev-
When constipation brings on discom-
fort after meals, stomach upaet. bloating,
dizzy spells, gas. coaled tongue, and bad
breath, your stomach is probably "crying!
the blues” because your bowels don i
move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to puljj
the trigger on those lazy bowels, com-
bined with Syrup Pepsin forperfect ease
to your stomach in taking. For years.'
many Doctors have given pepsin prepa-.
rations in their prescriptions to maka
medicine more agreeable to a touchy
stomach. So be sure your laxative con-
tains Syrup Pepsin Insist on Dr. Cald-
well’s Laxative Senna combined with
Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the'(
Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and
muscles in your intestines to bring well
come relief from constipation. And the)
good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxa-
tive so comfortable and easy on youq
stomach. Even finicky children love the
taste of this pleasant family laxativg.
Take Dr. Caldwell’s Laxative Senna com-'
bined with Syrup Pepsin. directed^oxj
label or as your doctor adAjaes, and feel
world’s better. Get genuine tyr.Caldwell's,
She had become a little vehe- \ «ry turn. He had some candy for
He blinked, avold-
ment with it.
lng her eyes.
"Yes'm," -aid he. in hLs southern
"But—mavbe she’s just ashamed manner. “I reckon
Ed snorted. "Hunh!"
"Maybe we helped her
our way. Jimmy’s way. I mean."
"I been sticking close to her,
under cover like. She stands
stand what you sav
know one thing? You could be
see It mistaken "
Pat waited, and finally asked, j
"How do you mean. Ed?"
Ed smiled, kindly. "I have been
me once, too. And he—teases me,
but never Loraine. Maybe he—"
The singing within her had be-
I do under- 1 come a sympthony now. That old
But do you nebulous hope, which she had
stifled, was rising again persistent
I To Be Continued)
around mid smokes and stares oft around. Police work. Detective,
at nothing too much. It ain't Before I had taken to flying atr-
To buy. sell, rent, tease, or trade,
use the Tribune Want-Ads.
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Ur. T. V. Powell has returned to h|s office at 167% Cast
Woodson. He has been absent for the past three months
studying the advanced principles of Chiropractic, with
special attention to the Eyes, Stomach. Female Disorders,
Prostate Gland, and various forms of Rheemalisnt
Dr. T. V. Powell
(Mflrr Phone 1390 Kes. Phone 1244-W
- El Reno. Okla.
healthy. For us.
"Ed, be nice to her.
planes for Uncle Sam. And, Miss
Invite her Pat. a feller doing that learns to
to lunch, and invite me and Jim- read behind people'3 eyes."
public thoroughfare and said por-
tion of 8outh El Reno Avenue to
revert to the owners of the proper-
ty adjacent to South El Reno Ave-
nue according to law. but the City
of El Reno. Oas Companies. Elec-
tric Companies, and Telephone
Companies shall forever have the
right and privilege of going In and
upon said avenue for the purpose
of repairing, removing, or replac-
ing any property that they or either
of them may have or own in said
A total of 63 new voters in El Reno registered during
he 10-day period that closed yesterday for the city elec-
:ion Apr. 4, J. L .Patman, Canadian county registrar re-
To celebrate the birthday anniversary of her daught-
er, Martha Ellen, Mrs. Meta Cresse Breuer, 801 South
lock Island avenue, entertained today at a children’s
Miss Marian Taylor and Miss Bess Geffert, Kingfisher,
ire week-end guests of the former’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
I. Y. Taylor, 1200 South Hoff avenue.
Miss Christena Ferguson, who attends the Oklahoma
Allege for Women in Chickasha, is spending the week-
>nd in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Fer-
guson. 405 North Choctaw avenue.
Miss May Shanklin, a member of the faculty of the
El Reno highschool, is spending the week-end with rel-
itives in Medford.
Section 2. This Ordinance shall
not be in full force and effect until
approved by a majority of the
qualified voters of the City of El
Reno. Oklahoma, voting at a gen-
eral election to be held on Tues-
day. the 6th day of April, 1943.
Section 3. The Mayor of the City
of El Reno. Oklahoma, is hereby au-
thorized and directed to do all
things necessary for the submitting
to the qualified.voters of the City
of El Reno at said election the ques-
tion of the approval or disapproval
of this Ordinance and the closing
of said avenue in accordance with
Section 4. The Question to be sub-
mitted at this election is as follows:
Shall Ordinance No. 1597 be ap-
proved and shall South El Reno
Avenue between Block 1 and 2 of
Oreen Lawn Sub-Division of Block
5. Englewood Addition to the City
of El Reno, be closed and vacated
as a public thoroughfare in accord-
ance with this Ordinance?
Section 5. An emergency is herebv
declared to exist by reason of which
tt Is deemed necessary for the pre-
servation of the public health,
safety, best interests and general
welfare, that this Ordinance take
effect and be in full force and ef-
fect Immediately upon Its passage,
publication and approval, accord-
ing to law. and the provisions made
First read this 22nd day of March.
Passed and approved this 22nd
day of March. 1943.
L. BABCOCK. JR..
' SEAL i Mayor
Ethel Dowell. City Clerk.
my too. Will you? We got out
all the reception committee doings,'
because were planning the air
"Behind people’s eyes?"
"Yep" He was rocking on hLs
heels now. a little. “Now you take
train. Put Jimmy and I have lo you—you come right out clean and j
admitted how you felt. And I re-
slie's with com- spect that. I'll hold it sacred bc-
better?" Ed1 tweet! us. see. But the captain,
he ain’t like you."
"How do you mean? Isn't Jim-
my—he's as honest as he car be!'
"Oh. honest' Sure he is. He’s
so honest with everybody that it
Jimmy wouldn't have loved sometimes hurts. With everybody
I that Is. but himself."
"Ed. what do you mean?"
Ed sighed heavily "Now you
take a fellow like him—he gets
"You figure If
pany she'll behave
"Yes! Wouldn't you mope, too,
just left alone? If you were In
her shoes? And besides—Loraine
can't—she Lsn't really—like we
Big Ed Brvan looked Intently at j
Pat. His lips worked in and out I
in half-comic way. "Hmp!" he
grunted again. "You get me mixed wrapped up hi flying, and being
up sometimes. Sounds like you're
actually standing up for her!"
"I am. Ed."
an Army captain, and he sort of
forces his personal life down,
ma'am. He don't give It enough
thought. He figures everything
She didn't answer that. Bui, centers around winning this war." j
after a long pause she looked dl- j
redly at him. Ed began nodding,'
and he spoke his new wisdom In
low. respectful tone.
“Miss Pat. voil been telling Stu- |
"Well—well, of course. Ed!"
"Yes'm. But you know one
thing? If I were vou I wouldn’t
The big man and the small girl
art this was all impersonal with looked at each other intently for
you. But it ain't. Is it?
doggone personal it hurts!"
Pat murmured. "Yes. Ed."
“Truth is. you're sold on
Pat bit her Up. to keep it from
It's so | several seconds. Finally Pat felt
her chin begin to tremble, and a
mistiness came Into her eyes.
Ed turned away, almost self-
trembling. "But you aren’t going
to say anything, are you?" she
"You—you said you loved a girl.
Ed nodded. His heavy-featured I
face was a dark study now. Druggists Report Big Demand
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Mr. and Mrs. William L. Funk, Norman, are spending
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