The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1939 Page: 1 of 8
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|EI Reno Attorney Gets
Appointment As U. S.
CJP) MEANS ASSOCIATED
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1939
OJJB MEANS UNITED PRESS
VOLUME 48, NO.
SENTIMENTAL PROTESTS WIN REPRIEVE EOR ARMY MULES
Appointment Of Ray K. Ban-
InLster, 31-year-old El Reno attor-
Iney, as a United Slates conimis-
Isioner for the western district of
loklahoina was announced today.
A formal order of the appoint-
ment was being issued today by
|Edgur S. Vaught of Oklahoma
3ity, senior federal judge for the
Iwestern Oklahoma district.
Mr Bannister will succeed Wil-
|liam L. Fogg of El Reno who re-
signed the place after he was ap-
Ipointcd a.s chairman of the state
(industrial commission on Mar. 2
|by Governor Leon Phillips.
Mr. Fogg was named U. S. com-
Imlssioner on Sept. 10. 1937. at
(which time he was appointed by
(judge Vaught to serve a four-
(ycar term. Mr Bannister today
|had not been Informed whether
(his appointment is for a full four-
(year term or If he will complete
|the unexpired term
Assuming Full Powers
Mr. Bannister will assume all
|powers in the federal courts that
(his appointment carries and will
(be qualified to act. if necessary,
(in any federal court of the western
[district, but his duties will consist
(largely of handling matters which
[arise at the El Reno federal re-
(formatory. He will, however, be
(subject to call in the federal court
(at Oklahoma City when his serv-
ices may be needed there.
Salary of a U. S. commissioner
Its set by statute and the remuner-
ation of the office depends upon
(the number of cases handled by
(each commissioner. There are six
[other commissioners in the western
To Continue Practice
Mr. Bannister will continue his
I practice as an attorney, since his
| new duties will require only a
| part ol bis time.
Since his graduation from the
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CULINARY EXPERT ^ A'T,intei ■,™ STATES OF
ARIF Tfl IMF Reno I olice 0hier
Wagner Resumes Post of Night Captain As Succes-
sor To Shacklett Is Named By City Manager
Lee Harvey, member of the El made immediately,
Reno police force since September the city manager
according to I
Noted Home Economist j 1933, today was apixiinted chief! mi Harvey did not comment, but j Europe Wondering W here
Engaged To Conduct
Announcement tiiat tin* United States army would destroy nine ancient mules, some of which
were in service during the World war. brought a storm ol sentimental protests and the mules, at Camp
Dix. N. J.. were reprieved until President Roosevelt tell., what to do with them. Oldest of the lot Is 33.
10 FAKE LESSON
Hoover Says Youth Needs
LOS ANGELES. Mai' 16—(U.R>—
Former President Herbert Hoover
last night urged America to take
a lesson from the Fascists and
concentrate attention upon its youth.
"Just a.s Fascists build their
boys to support a Spartan state,
we want to build our boys to sup-
port a Representative state. ne
told 1.500 persons at a Boys Club
of America dinner,
Mr Hoover urged greater recrea-
tional and training facilities tor
the “pavement boys' of the cities
and. describing his observations
during a tour abroad, declared: *
"The Fascist countries have de-
voted themselves to this organiza-
tion i boys cl lilts i as never before
in history The Fascist program
•embraces much that we try to I
| attain in our boys' clubs and Boy
| Scouts and our multitude of insti-
Did You Hear
\t/HEN Johnny Borders, age 2
” becomes extremely quiet, iris
mother. Mrs J G. Borders.
106i> South Ellison avenue, knows
it is time to investigate.
The ether day. Johnny had
been real quiet for a long time,
so Mrs. Borders started out on
her customary check-up.
Tins time the young one had
found something new and dif-
ferent for entertainment He
was sitting in the kitchen pantry
in the midst of a dozen shat-
tered eggs. Johnny explained he
had broken them one at a time,
“just io watch the goo splatter
on the floor."
Margaret Lanman. E! Reno
student at Oklahoma College
for Women in Chickasha, will
be among the 20 young women
playing 10 pianos at the same
time on the -luge of the college
auditorium Sunday afternoon,
Mur. 26. Ttie mass piano num-
bers will be featured in the
college's annua! musical program.
Miss Lanman is the daughter
ol Mr and Mrs. Guy Lanman.
520 Soutli Hadden avenue.
Low Farm Incomes Cited
Because farm income was cur- j numerous
Women of El Reno and vicinity
will hear and learn about menus,
marketing, budgeting, step savers,
recipes, baking, frying, labor sav-
ers. vitamins and scores of other
interesting things related to food
when The Tribune's nee cooking
school is conducted Monday, Tues-
day and Wednesday. Mar. 20. 21
and 22. in the Etta Dale junior
highschool auditorium. Each oi
the demonstrations will begin at
2 p. m.
The school, a real gold mine of
information for every housewife,
is to be presented by The Tribune,
acting in cooperation with a num-
ber of El Reno merchants and
1 national food concerns who wish to
| provide this opportunity for wo-
] men to study under the direction
ot a nationally known home econ-
The lecturer, Miss Jessie Hogue,
is thoroughly familiar with her
subject and is one ol the most
| entertaining- speakers ever pre-
sented on the platform m El Reno
Everything in connection with
the cooking school Is free. No
admission is to be charged, and
of police to succeed Torn C.
Shacklett, dismissed Feb. 18.
The appointment was made ef-
fective immediately, George M
March, city manager, said in
announcing the selection of Mr.
indicated that in a few days lie
would announce any changes that
will be made.
Mr. Shacklett. chief of police at
El Reno the past seven years, was
released without notice "for the
grod ol the service," according to
Hiller’s Next Move
Will Be Fell
11V ASSOCIATED PRESS
The two new states lelt trom Lip
wreckage ol Czechoslovakia, Car-
pal ho-Uki nine and Slovakia, faded
today irom Europe's map.
Hungary annexed Ca i pa t. lio-
Ukraine and Germany took Slo-
vakia under her protection as
Adolf Hitler laid down German
Before the new chief's appoint- the city manager's announcement
ment as a policeman in 1933 lie at that time
was employed by the Ruck Maud Another officer will be named in
railroad for several years. Thirty- a few days to fill the vacancy
seven years old. he is married and created by the dismissal and lo
is the father of two children bring the department up to its
Ernest D -Wagner, acting head quota ol eight men. j law for Bohemia and Moravia and
of the department after Mr. Shack- In addition to the chief and | the rest of Europe wondered
lett's dismissal, will continue as. assistant chief, a member ol the j anxiously where next German ex-
assistant chief and night captain, i department since 1932. policemen I pansion would be lelt
Mr, March added. are H. A. Murphy, who has served I Only one man—Hitler—knew the
Although several changes in j since 1930; J. D. Roland. 1937; j answer He left Plague with an
policies and methods are planned, F G. Frosch 1933; Carl Whitlock, escort of armored automobiles ai
no changes In personnel will be | 1929; and J. A DcAlley, 1914
STAGE SET FOB ’TAG OFFICE HERE
free attractions have
tailed greatly last year by low
prices and widespread drouth dur-
ing the growing season, farmers
m Canadian county now have a
greater need than ever for services
of their farm debt adjustment com-
mittee. it was pointed out toda>
by William L. Crittenden, state
supervisor for the debt adjustment
, division of the Farm Security ad-
The Canadian county committee
will meet at 10 a. m. Monday. Mar. |
20, in tlie office of Loren L. Ware, i
county supervisor for the FSA, in ,
i the city hall at El Reno. Com- |
| mitteemen are Bert A Brown, j__
Paris V. Essaiy and Sherman | been provided, such as the daily
A cake baking contest, spon-
sored by manufacturers of Mrs.
Tucker's shortening, will be held
in connection with the cooking
school. A cash prize of S4 will
be given the winner, with a S'!
cash award for second place.
Third prize is a sack of lluni-
reno flour. Entries must be
made by Tuesday afternoon.
Mar. 21. All cakes entered in
the contest will be returned.
Winners are to he announced
and prizes awarded on the last
day of the school.
ler spending 22 hours in ancient
Hradcany castle. Ho was expected
tonight in Bnienn, 116 miles south-
east of Prague.
In a decree broadcast by his for-
eign minister Von Ribbentrop. Hit-
ler charted the future of the an-
cient Bohemia and Moravia as
that of "an autonomous protector-
ate" within greater Germany.
While Hungarian troops were
reaching the Polish frontier, after
tirade Schools To Seek Burglars At El Reno Get (marching across carpatho-ukrauie.
County Ca^e Crowns
CAUSE OF DEATH
Released From Jail
I tut ions devuted to youth. That is. |
they systematically examine them l
physically, undertake to build upj
their bodies, to give sports and
recreation, to find their occupa- j
ttonal bents, and to give them en-
courageirient and faith in the
"Many Kiglils Denied"
But it Is practically compulsory
And with it all. they incCksontly
, , pound Nazi and Fascist, mode of
Clem Abbott. 41-yea,-old Ok la- ^ thpsp chUdren Thevi
iioniii City resident, was leeasc bulld for jemmentation. for sub- Holding an all-day meeting at f „
from the Canadian county jail at J mission, and for mental and moral *■ ™ ■■ ‘
Urograms Are Combined
By Goodwill Unit
Service fs Confidential
•Foreclosure of their farmstead
is facing many Canadian count j
persons,’ Mr. Ware says,
"Many farmers who own their
teams and tools are going to lose
them if we can’t help make some
arrangement with the mortgage
holders," he added. - pointing out
that tenants who have encumbered
livestock and equipment also are
welcome to the services of the
"This service is free and con-
lidential." Mr Ware explains. "The
committee seeks to work out an
I agreement between debtor and
cieditor wheieby the former can
meet his obligations to ihe satis-
of the latter. Dozens of
farmers in this county already
distribution of valuable samples
Miss Hogue will cover the whole
subject of food with two main
thoughts in mind; first, to make
kitchen work more pleasant and
efficient; and second, to make the
family's food dollar go further than
it ever has gone before.
Opening round play in the an-1 State crime bureau and El Reno
nual Canadian county rural school I police department officers today
basketball tournament, being con- I were investigating (lie theft of
ducted this year for the first time $878 12 in cash from Lie El Reno
in El Reno, will begin at 1 p m ’ tag agency office. 107 East Hayes
Friday in the highschool and Etta street
Dale junior highschool gymnasium.] Burglars broke into the oflice.
! First-round girls games Friday j pulled the safe from the front to
afternoon will be held at the the back room and broke off the
I junior high, but all other games ] combination knob. Lee Harvey,
j will lie played in the highschool, chief of police, explained,
cage. There will be- no admission They tcok 8ll the cash m the
charges to any of the games I safe but left checks and otiier
Four trophies, gold for Class A non-negotiable valuables, lie added,
winners and silver for class B Entrilllce to the bllUdlng was
champions, have been purchased cutUng the £creen and 7~“
and will be awarded by the El. , , tlK> lock .. the brtck d(J0,. 1 °‘ Hungary.
Reno Junior chamber ol commerce.' . ... d miriniaht ' • Bohemia and Moravia, the Czech
--------- ... ------ .probably around midnight. part of Czechoslovakia, including
Days Receipts Heavy (PLEASE TURN TO PAGE 8>
The unusually large amount ot j--
„ ,, money was taken in during the I
Class A boys—Pleasant Valley vs. ‘
Hungarian Premier Count Telrkv
proclaimed to Ihe wildly cheering
parliament in Budapest:
"Carpatho-Ukralne becomes a
part ol tlie kingdom of Hungary."
Federation Wiped Out
Tliis. then, was the fate of
Czechoslovakia in tlie three days
.- ince German intervention in Slo-
vak agitation for independence;
The federation of Czechoslovakia
—Bohemia and Moravia. Carpatho-
Ukraine and Slovakia—was wiped
from the map.
Slovakia achieved independence
as a vassel slate of Germany then
was taken under German protec-
Carpatiio-Ukraine won independ-
ence. then.lost it as a protectorate
sponsor of the event.
, | ’'1P nir ol Mis. Llmei — larmers m inis coun
El Reno shortly after noon today. I jub.tecticn to their masters They members of the Goodwill home (h uged tde servlce
where lie was held pending the | build the egotism of ‘race super- demonstration club
outcome of an' autopsy on the body | ‘only. They deny
of Miss Mabel Grove.
Enterprise. 1 p. m. Friday; Spring- Wednesday for the Issuance of
rr valley v Pleasant View 3 p I drivers licenses. Miss Daisy Braden.
m. Friday; Fairvlew vs. Lone Val-
ley. 7 p. m. Friday; West Point vs.
Lone Star, 9 p. in. Friday; semi-
finals, * upper bracket. 10 a. m.
Saturday; semi-finals, lower brack-
finals. 8 p.
1 lag agent, pointed out. Wednes- i
day was the last day on which the |
licenses could be obtained without |
| payment of a penalty.
Miss Braden carried theft in*
i sura nee which she believed would
ON TAX PENALTY
cover the loss.
Law Governing Redemp-
tion Of Land Explained
the right of conducted both January and March
criticism and free expression Their programs, it was reported toriiiv
i concept is every individual is .simp- by Miss Doreen Fickel Canadian r|1 f _ . ,
Miss Grove. 30-year-old teacher j a moieculo in a mass-directed county home demonstration ag'-ni , [ () lv6plHC6 (iFclCC
All delinquent taxes for 1937 and
prior years may be paid belore
next Monday without penalty, W.
I J. B Miller. Canadian county
| treasurer, said today he ha* been
I informed by tlie state attorney
Attend Proirram ePnrml MHC ^ wiiiiamsoM
El Reno Masons
at Columbus school In Oklahoma
City, died unexpectedly from a
heart attack early Wednesday i
She and Mr. Abbott 'had parked j
in an automobile approximately
200 yards south of the Tenth street
stale. It all has .a military com- | Their January inerting wa _
plexlon of ihe deepest dye. poned because of inclement wca-' Captain Daniel S. Stevenson, now
"Thai is not what America Hi« and so poultry, the January stationed in the Philippine islands.
| wants We want lo build the sense Topic, and yard improvement, ihe wjll repIace colonel C. O. Grace at
of voluntary action, lo build up MaJcl’ 'nl,lc- both w,’rr discussed Port Reno it was announced today
I personality, to create a sense of Wednesday. bv Major E. M. Daniels, command-
between 'Yukon* and Okla- j Phonal responsibility We want
mile west of the | build for moral discipline.
_____ wick. Mrs Ralph Dobbs and Mr
to Members loadr._ discussion on
not various phases of the subjects In- Colonel Grace, who has been sta-
cluded Mrs May. Mrs A M Chad- honed at Fort Reno the past two.
years, will leave May 15 for Fort f’"1 f ern 6.000 members n 1917,
according to Miss Mead. S. D.
Canadian-Oklnhoma county line, regimentation____
when she suffered a heart at- ] -
“ac, bccomm, ,n. Mb. o,ove; Speakers Enter
died before her companion could ( DllFilllt r|1()m»||£y stration clllb al*° met Wednesday., arrive at Fort Reno before May
- D. Kingcade. informed the date of his trans- • ing
Five El Reno highschool speech | Mrs. J, M. Carlisle. Mrs. C. F. fer
summon assistance, and the autop-
sy performed this morning at the
Watts and McAtee funeral home
H. H Taylor
Fickel. Captain Stevenson, an officer in I
Tlie Happy Hearts home demon- die veterinary corps, is expected tol83*^-
Mr Mcurcau urged more inter-
convening at the home of Mrs. L. 15 but Major Daniels has not been | club meetings and activities, plead-
for closer contacts and re-
et, 11 a. m Saturday;
Class B boys—Emerald Valley vs. • Assisted by an agent from the
Red Rock. 2 p. m. Friday; Enter- ] state crime bureau in Oklahoma
prise vs. Meridian. 4 p. m Friday; J City. El Reno police today were
__ | Mountain View vs. Lone Valley. 8, checking the office for fingerprints
. p. m. Friday; Richland vs Mid-1 and other clues.
Mourcilll and T ezler Are j land. 10 p. m. Friday: semi-finals.
Luncheon Guests upper bracket. 8 a. m. Saturday;
‘ ‘ semi-finals, lower bracket, 9 a. m.
- 1 Saturday; finals, 3 p. m. Saturday.
Charles H. Moureau of Okla-1 Class A' girls-Center Grove vs .............*......| A person also may redeem
honia City, lieutenant governor of Lone Valley. 1 p. m. Friday; Enter-1 - , wh,(.h haK beeu „urcllasrct
the eighth division ol the Texas- j prise vs. Emerald Valley. 3 p. in | a delegation of nine members I b> the county without the payment
Oklahoma Kiwanis district, and Friday; finals. 7 p. m. Saturday. , from the El Reno Masonic Lodge I of penalties, interest or costs, ar-
Day Fe/lei secret ai y of the Okla- class B girls Fairview is Lone so \ F and A. M.. attended cording to the opinion prepared by
homa City Kiwanis club. were | valley. 2 p m. Friday; Pleasant'a banquet and communication of 1 Mr Williamson,
guest speakers at, the El Reno valley vs. Enterprise. 4 p m. Fri- ,.hr Kingfisher Lodge No. 52 there I Th(. redemption of land already
groups regular meeting Wednes- day; finals, 2 p. m. Saturday Wednesday evening. The work ln L0|d for delinquent taxes would not
day noon at the Southern hotel.---(the master's degree was exempli- I apply, however, when an individual
Mr. Fezler reviewed the history j |} J* Unillirl 111 i rl<’d ,)v Past masters. or group other than the county
and growth of the Kiwanis or- DUUlBo I Ullllll III Those attending from here were : was the purchaser at the original
ganization. and outlined prospective I 1 11 I ),• ollillO' H E Harrison, Dr Fred H Clark.1 tax sale or where a tax certificate
activities for a Kiwanis club pro-: \ TlcllFvC.1 I/YV “IIHIL, w K Misenheltcr, Charles 8. | si ill outstanding has been pm-
, Forbes. William Wallace. Hubert i chased from the county since the
! the organization lias grown to 102.- j TULSA. Mar. 16—i.4’i Tlie char- j Gray, C. O. Botkin. J. L. Scott and ! lax sale.
OOO members in 2.000 clubs, he ,-etj and beaten bodies of a white Lon Huff.
man and a negro woman were j
found today In smouldering ruins
of a three-room suburban dwelling.
Tlie man was identified a.s Dave .
in Oklahoma City verified the ; ftudc.lUs wm participate in a tour- i Pine. Mrs. Steve Mohr and Mrs
cause of death as heart disease.
Formerly a resident of Chicka-
sha, Mr. Abbott had lived in Okla-
homa City only a short time. Miss
Grove had been a member of the
nament to be sponsored by South- Roger Mitchell discussed phases
eastern State Teachers college In of the yard improvement topic.
Durant Friday and Saturday. At both meetings plans were
Marjorie Hunt. Norine Holland. >»a^ for the county cotton dress
Charles Ogden. Frank Ogden and «***“*’- » ^
Stark Chosen To
) latlons among the various units. | Milligan. 36. n WPA worker, and
| Charles A Kuckman. chairman | Hie negro woman as Mrs. Willie
1 of the education committee for, Colvin, about 30
| the El Reno club, was in charge,
public school faculty there the past | JUnmy Blatr will enter debate con- E1 Rc»n in connection with the
re »’ iwwt fncivi nltin iiKSmnil L OAimrtll
ITpj.fi IT O N*|VVlof t,le Program j woman's husband, Willie Colvin.
I ICrtU u, kT. 14(1 .▼ I other Oklahoma City Kiwanians! 35-year-old negro laborer, was ar-
rested near the house and was
Forty members of the El Reno
Deputy Sheriff E King said the j independent Order of Odd Fellows
Next delinquent tax sale in Cana-
dian county lias been scheduled for
Apr 17 on all property delinquent
in 1935 or prior year taxes.
. However. Mv. Miller pointed out.
\ | LodlJG EVtMtl !tlu' Property still may be re-
** j deemed by the payment of the de-
1 attending the meeting were Clyde
WASHINGTON. Mar. 16—^i/P>— | wells. Fred Miller. D. H Bradshaw
tests, according to announcement next farm club womens council Rear Admirai Harold R. 8tark|and Car| Benander
by Harvey Cromwell, highschool 'heeling. , win head the navy for the next | ______J__
debate coach. j . j four years during its greatest peace-1 j-, if / ■* 1
Miss Holland will enter the Reid L011(lUCting ,im(! expansions. Tlie 58-year-old | UUQS I’ OF V OllCllO
£siffc Tft SonatG I ori8lnal orator>' contest. Frank
1U oc,,<ll*U0gden wiU compete in standard
oratory. Miss Holland and Miss
Hunt are entrants in girls' extem-
lodge attended a special meeting
of the Chickasha Odd Fellow or-
ganization Wednesday night in the
Chickasha lodge hall.
M. B. Cope of El Reno, past
Is Opened Today
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mar. 16— (UP'
The 1939 state highschool basket-
ball tournament was to start at 1
OKLAHOMA CITY. Mar. 16— i/Pi
—Legislative heat sifted from the
house to the senate today along
with the controversial beer tax
bill with approximately $1,000,000
of its revenue allocated for pur-
chase of free textbooks.
The house passed the beer bill
late yesterday after a hot skirmish
over division of the money.
FI001 Leader Murray Gibbons
at last had his way with the text-
book allocation of $1.35 a year Tor
each child of school age. On two
previous occasions the house Had
sided with Herbert Branan, rev-
enue and taxation committee chair-
man, who wished to send all the
money to the general fund in an
effort to balance the budget. After
the $1.35 has been allocated, the
remainder will go to tlie general
revenue. At present, the tax Is
earmarked for support of common
, . commander of battleforce cruisers |
RpVlVttl SorVlCPS was chosen bv Mr. Roosevelt last,1
vn.1 nlght t0 succeed Admiral William! -__
sssrrisr ys *: “x s. sy ® «*■ su sv “ -oi— —
_____ the feature of a revival series,
, . . being conducted bv the Cumber- ' Stark has been aide to Secretary
Bicycle Club Changes land Presbyterian church. clnude A- Swanson and the lat-
Place Of Traffic Court His subjects are being taken :ters predecessor. Charles Francs
_ , from the Book of Revelations. The ’ Adams.
is Invited to attend the ■-----
Beginning Saturday the weekly public
traffic court of the El Reno Bicycle I services.
Safety club will be held at the Daily services also are being held •
Veterans of Foreign wars post hall 1 ut 10 a. in. in the home of T. N
Instead of the city police station, j Beard. 612 South Miles avenue, It
It was announced today. The court! was announced,
opens at 10 a. m. Saturday.
Walter P. Marsh. 1016 South
p. m. tonight. Meetings have been |_____
scheduled for the first and third , Ml. and j^rs iviarcjuis Stone Mor- at 8 a. m.
Thursday nights of each month, j rk5 and ^jrs janies p Neal have
---* 1 returned from a week’s ti^p to
Miss Lois Stanley, north of the Natchez, Miss., and New Orleans, 1
Fair not quite so cold tonight,
i Friday fair, warmer in east and
■ central portions
school at Concho has been included j
in the department of interior ap- '
propriation bill, which was passed |
this week by the house of repre-
sentatives in Washington. D. C., 1
it was learned here today.
Stricken from the bill by the
budget bureau, the item was placed
held for questioning. Milligan's
body was in the kitchen. Tlie
woman's body was in her room
, . . , , 1 , grand master lor Oklahoma, was
where she apparently had been 7 . . . , ,___ . „ „
asleep Ilhe principal speaker. After !*
John Evans, undersheriff, said
the heads of both victims appar-
ently had been crushed by repeat-, ...
,, . . „„ lodges in the area attended the tout ts.
blows and both bodies were I ® ^ „ , ,, . „
i event, held to promote fellowship | Hastings and Bridgeport open
and closer relationship among the 1 (he class C competition. Hitchita
| various lodges. and Howe meet in tlie first gills'
WPA Reductions j Frank Manning, grand master! *ame. Two 1938 champions are
XT V j , of the Oklahoma order, is a mem- | anI°"8„Ul,e ™ teams ,in tde ,mCet
JNOW Lonsiderea ber of the Chickasha lodge.
business and entertainment pro- p m today w,th class C and girls'
gram refreshments were served, i tirst round games to be played on
i Almost 300 members from 18 ; Central and Classen highschool
WASHINGTON. Mar 16—</t*i—F.
C. Harrington, administrator, told
, , , ..... „ . n house appropriations sub-commit-
back by the Indian affairs com- , lee niat WPA rolls probably
Fair And Warmer
The Tulsa Braves, class A chatn-
I pions, are paired against Enid in
; the first round at 4 p. m. today.
Byng girls, also champions, will
begin their third consecutive de-
le 1 fease 01 the 8irls' title at 7 p. m.
, ..... ..... --------j kjLtllC 1 Laverne highschool.
mlttee. of which Jed Johnson, sixth cou,d be cW in half by July L | - 1__
district Oklahoma congressman. Is | 1940 j clear skies, higher temperatures
acting chairman. Harrington appeared at secret j and no dust is the prediction of
“I*, is my sincere hope that this hearings on legislation to give WPA weathermen for Oklahoma tomor-
was ill at her home today. (La.
El Reno Weather
For 24-hour period ending at 8
a. m. today: High. 49; low. 27;
State of weather, clear.
Sun rises tomorrow at 8.29.
Sun sets today at 8.28.
is Just the beginning of a real
building program at the Concho
Indian school," Representative
an additional $150,000,000 requested
by President Roosevelt for its op-
erations through June 30. this
L. Fogg Seriously
III At His Residence
row. the United Press reported.
Mercury readings will continue j
to rise tomorrow, but minimums
H L. Fogg is reported seriously
ill at his home. 605 South Hoff
tonight will be near freezing. 00- | avenue. Although he has not been
! -___________1J 1 iii lsit* nffioO cim'n Co I 1 irzlau hin
Johnson wrote Guy
agency superintendent. j The administrator, members said, j servers said. jin his office since Saturday, his
Total appropriation for the Con- also declared that he did not con- j No rain Is in sight for the state , condition did not become grave
rho school in the bill-was $106,000 ' sider the huge relief agency per- ibut weathermen declared there will until Wednesday night,
according to the congressman’s let- ' manent and thought it could be 1 not be a return of duststorms like Mr. Fcgg is unable to see visi-
| liquidated eventually.
those of last week-end.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 48, No. 18, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 16, 1939, newspaper, March 16, 1939; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920006/m1/1/: accessed February 20, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.