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El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
Friday, October 1, 1948
.Ma rriage Liren.se
Dorman L. Rogers, 21, and Alice
Rose Thayer, 18. both of Okla-
Leon L. Beard vs. Robert P.
Beard. Petition for decree of di-
vorce. custody of a daughter, Pa-
tricia Dianne, 2, and property
Thelma Smith and James Davis
vs. Benny Keith et al. Suit to
quiet title of real estate.
C E. and Helen McCaughey to
R. D Jones. SW and NE and S
Jessie B. Bennett to Ralph J.
and Iva J Treece. NW 36-14-6.
Oil and Gas Leases
Bud and Tina White to Roy
Starr company. SE 19-12-6.
W. C. Goffatt to Carter Oil
company. NE 36-13-10.
Assignment Oil and Gas Lease
Roy Starr company to Magnolia
p, troleum company. SE 19-12-6.
Charlie P. and Mary Prances
Campbell to Albert T. and Elva M.
Hurt. Lots 17 and 18, block 4.
Fairvif*’ addition, EH Reno.
Jesse W. and Marguerite M.
H.iydon to Charlie P. Campbell.
L us 17 and 18. block 4. Falrview
addition, El Reno.
Release of Lease
United States government to
John E. and Ethel A. Smith. Lots
12 and 13. block 62. El Reno.
'Hasn't Had Time' To Raise His Prices
For New Building
ENID. Oct. 1—(/Pi—Mefford Con-
struction company of Enid has
been awarded a contract to build
the new $450,000 science hall for
Phillips university. Dr. Eugene S.
Briggs, president, announced.
Cornerstone laying ceremonies
have been set for Oct. 11, Pound-
ers' day, at the university. Dr.
Briggs said the contractor has
already begun a survey of the site
in preparation for the ceremonies.
It is the first structure to be
started to replace Old Main, de-
stroyed by fire in May 1947, and
will provide space for the science
classes and laboratories now in
East hall and in the basement ol
the women's gym.
Funds for the building will in
part be money contributed to re-
place Old Main, the contributions
made by Enid residents and Chris-
tian churches throughout the area
served bv the university. Univer-
sity officials said some of the Old
Main contributions would be re-
tained for the erection of a new
classroom and administration
Europe Will Receive
Record Coal Allotment
GENEVA, Oct. 1—</P)—The united
nations economic commission for
Europe announced record coal al-
locations Thursday night for Eu-
rope during the last quarter of
Tne commission recommended 12.-
038,000 metric tons of European coal
be distributed among 15 nations.
This was an increase of 600,000
metric tons over the present quar-
ter. The European coal deficit, sup-
plied largely from U. S. production,
was down to 6.000,000 Jons for the
last quarter, a cut of 1,600,000 tons.
UN Favors Trimming
U. 5. Share of Expense
PARIS. Oct. 1—I/P)—The united
nations assembly budgetary com-
mittee Thursday endorsed in prin-
, ciple a United States proposal for
1 a 33.33 percent ceiling on contrl-
i butions from any one member of
| The United States now pays j
39.89 percent of the UN operating
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William Ray, who still charges 15 cents for a haircut, hasn't “had lime to raise my prices—my
business keeps me too busy.” Ray, 80, runs this tiny one-chair shop in Lowell, O., and estab-
lished the 15-cent haircut, 10-cent shave pr*vs back in 1890.
Found in Texas
ENID. Oct. 1—(/Pi—Albert Smith.
Hi, inmate Northern Oklahoma
hospital, Enid, who rode away on
one of the institution's tractors a *>ta_ wlfe; Anna' had
little more than a week ago, was
taken Into custody In Canadian, i The story of their struggle
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 1— (/Pi—
| For two years a young couple has
been saving half dollars and quar-
I tors dropped In a strong box
I toward $1,200 needed for an opera-
tion they hope will save their 4-
year-old son from a lifetime of
I complete paralysis.
Today the $500 that Morris
Weiss. 31-year-old painter, and
I Save is gone.
Tex., late Thursday. I save the money and Us dlsappear-
Mrs. Anna T. Scruggs, superln- j unee was related at a hearing
tendent of the Wntal hospital, alter which two women were held
said the sheriff at Canadian tele- without bail for court,
phoned her at 9:55 p. m. and said Both Mrs. Minnie Hill, 23. who
he had Smith in custody. He was worked for the Weisses, and her
picked up by Canadian officers. He aunt, Mrs. Catherine Bowen. 40,
told them he was an inmate of the denied the theft charges.
Enid institution. Canadian is 167
miles from Enid
Smith disappeared Sept. 21 while
driving a tractor from the Helena
annex to Enid. The tractor was
found several days later, where
Smith had abandoned it near
Mooreland when it ran out of gas.
He still had the keys to the tractor
W. F. Scruggs, steward, will leave
Friday to return Smith to Enid.
Tulsa May Have
TULSA. Oct. 1—(/P)—A union
spokesman said Thursday night that
unless union and bakery officials
reach a settlalnent during a con-
ference now underway a strike will
be called at one of the three bak-
“We will cither get an agreement
during this final meeting or strike,"
said Gordon Shyock, business agent
LOS ANGELES Oct 1_(/P)_ of the API Amalgamated Truck
Airborne telecasting could link Los I Drivers. Helpers and Warehousc-
Angeles with New York and pro- ! men's local No. '23.
vide daily television to 78 percent "We will strik" the Continental
of the nation. C. E. Nobles told Raking company," be continued. "If
the Institute of Radio Engineers all the bnkeries close down it will
May Connect Coasts
Nobles, 30 - year - old engineer,
claims he originated “stratovision,"
an airborne television and fre-
quency modulation transmission
system. He said that eight planes
flying 400 miles apart at 25,000
feet could not only transmit pro-
grams across the continent, but to
. round receivers In an area 500
miles in diameter.
Soviet Radio Reports
Award to Scientist
LONDON. Oct. 1—(/P)—The Mos-
cow radio announced Thursday
that the Order of Lenin had been
awarded to academlcan T. D. Ly-
senko, Soviet plant geneticist, on
his 50th birthday.
The broadcast, recorded here by |
the Soviet monitor, said the award
was conferred by the presidium of
the supreme Soviet for Lysenko’s
“outstanding work in developing
advanced science and for his great
and fruitful practical work in the
sphere of agriculture."
be because these firms lock out the
employes and not because we strike
them. We do not want the public
to suffcr'for a lack of bread.”
Also involved in the negotiation
are the Rex Baking company, and
the General Baking company.
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(let Quail Shipment
Screen Star \o Visit
Will Rogers Hospital
TONKAWA, Oct. 1— </P)—An ad-
ditlonal 200 quart were
from the Oklahoma state game j tlie veterans hospital at Will Rogers
and fish department's Darlington, field Wednesday as pan of the
hatchery at Ei Reno to Tonkawa program “to take Hollywood to the
The birds will be cared for by hospitals" during October and No-
thc Tonkawa Sportsmen's club I vemlx‘i .
until they are released on farms Her lour wil1 ®tBrt Monday with ] proceeclings which Lieutenant M.
in this area. Obtained through • ' i-it to Fort Logan. Colo. Alter LeaVell of the notice sniri
John Blubaugh, Tonkawa, state liie visit to Oklahoma City she will' wou|(( |je instituted,
game ranger, the young quail will 1 0 through Indiana and Ohio and
be turned loose as a re-storking complete her tour Oct. 13 at the
Arraigned in Kansas
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 1—</P)—La-
fayette Furcell, 37, Kansas City,
was arraigned here Thursday on a
charge of being a fugitive from
Oklahoma where he is wanted in
connection with a holdup Sept. 6
of a Tulsa store in which $5,600 in
cash and $1,500 worth of diamonds
Purcell was released on $1,500
bond pending a preliminary hear-
ing Nov. 9. He also was charged
with grand larceny here in con-
nection with an attempted robbery
of a store Sept. 12. His attorney
said he would resist extradition
and conservation project.
Stock Official Claims
Attacks Impair Unify
BOSTON, Oct. l—(,T*i An offi-
cial of the New York stock ex-
change said Thursday political at-
tacks on business Impair national
unity "and strike directly at the
"If confidence is to be restored,
the senseless attack on business
must cease,” declared Robert P.
Boylan, chairman of the board of
governors of the exchange. He
spoke at a joint dinner meeting
of the Boston stock exchange and
the Association of Stock Exchange
Walter Reed general hospital,
j Washington, D. C. Miss Darnell is
i one of more than 50 top stars of
. adio and screen taking part in
; l he program, set up by show busi-
ness to continue the USO-Camp
Shows’ hospital circuit.
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Harle, Budge. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 57, No. 182, Ed. 1 Friday, October 1, 1948, newspaper, October 1, 1948; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc919709/m1/2/: accessed September 21, 2017), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.