The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1943 Page: 1 of 8
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The El Reno Daily Trdbun:
A Blue Ribbon Daily Newspaper Barring Oklahoma’s Mine Ribbon Area
injfle Copy, Five uenuj
UP) MEANS ASSOCIATED PRESS
EL RENO, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 21, 1943
OJJO MEANS UNITED PRESS
VOLUME 51, NO. 277
id You Hear
New Date Set
By Civic Group
1JOR ROLLEN H. ANTHI8
of El Reno has assumed
>e command of the army's
h base headquarters .ir.d ah
squadron ferrying division
•aim Springs, Calif. He was
jned to the Palm Springs
art on Jan. 1 at which time
was transferred from Long
eh. Calif., where he w
loned with the ferry lnp
i of the air transit ,•
id. ° once-postponcd "kickoff"
ajor An this Joined the erm, 'tt for the El Reno chamber
forces five years ago and
been stationed on both
Will Be Opened
Balloons lo Blimps
•* ,, lerces membership drive
' Tuesday, Jan. 26, E. R.
Sic man of the drive com-
mute ~cd today.
Origi J? toled for Tuesday,
Jan. 19, t. was postponed be-
cause of it. .ent weather.
The break last will begin at 8:30
a. in. at the Southern hotel.
An additional feature of the pre-
viously announced program will be
a report by John C. Kerin, cham-
ber president, and H. G. Keller, sec-
retary, who left today for Dallas.
Tex., to confer with the fedeial
housing administrator there as to
having El Reno placed in a defense
housing area in order that needed
living space for defense employes
can be provided.
To Enlist Support
Present and prospective members
of the chamber of commerce will
meet at the breakfast to begin the
drive to obtain members who will
assist in carrying out the year’s pro-
Already named as the chamber's
three major projects for the year
are solution of El Reno's housing
problem, the countywidc victory
program, and war activities which
include sponsorship of the county
civilian defense organization.
The application to federal authori-
ties for housing here Is being car-
ried through with the personal visit
I of Mr. Kerin and Mr. Keller to Dal-
las. A committee of chamber mem-
bers has been working In El Reno
on more immediate phases of the
ty-two men from Canadian j Morris Stock of El Reno has been
,y were Inducted Into the named to head the county commit-
al Oklahoma City Monday. | tee which will encourage planting
its and along both borders
ng this time. Mrs. Anthls
their 2-year-old daughter,
elope, have moved to Palm
ajor Anthls Is the sen of
and Mrs. Leo Anthls, 62b
tli Ellison avenue, while Mrs.
his Is the daughter of Mr.
Mrs. E. R. Barnhart. 501
th Ellison avenue.
rs. H. .O Archer, 917 South
leer avenue, has received a
:r from her son. Corporal
I Robinson, stationed with
ground forces of the army
corps in England, stating he
enjoying his stay in that
itry and that the people ol
land are very friendly with
American boys. He has re-
ed Tlte Tribune for the past
• but his mother now is un-
: to mail it to him under
lent government mailing
10 Sent Immediately
fo Reception Center
18. it was announced today
Charles Burger, chairman of
:ounly draft board.
-tntg irtJUp.'-Wwere sent tm-' 4s tin*need by th«> chamber -of
ately to the reception center
ort Sill, while the .others re-
ed furloughs before reporting
ose who . went to the recep-
center Monday were Roy Dan-
lahn. William Russell Hensley,
er Donald Hubbs. Handley
t Mehrders, Lloyd George
. Melvin Wayne Jacks, Em-
Junlor Mosher, Frank Marcus
ran, Jr... Raymond Earl Sim-
i and Charles William Shaw,
hers Inducted Monday and
now are on furlough belore
•ting to Fort Sill are Jotin
jin. William Andrew Wolfe,
ge Otto Walther, James Dan-
/ieweg, William Rufus Lo.vall
s Lynn Estep. Harry Maurice
■ews, Delbert Raymond Vle-
Clyde Franklin Cope, Chestei
Lunnon. James Clifford
dey, Walter Aaron Thomas,
k Eugene Casey, Asa Ralph
son, Herbert A. Huggard.
irtln Joseph Partzek Waldo
llngwolf, Clifford Hollis Boev-
Chester Anthony Herbert. Carl
ess Boyer, Gilbert Mathew
r, Edward Clinton Deal.
>1 Harry Hinrickson, George
in Stewarl, Emil Albert Kolar,
I Verltn Blair. Oeorge Fras».
Archie Washington Due. Roo-
loseph Wiewel, James Earl Mc-
ell. Walter Robert Branstool.
ymond Weaver Criswell. Rich-
N. George. George Joseph
1, Raymond Allen Payne.
,s Jesse Holt, Donald Frederick
of victory gardens In the county.
The county civilian defense organ-
ization headed by S. Boyd Wilson
merce, and Its work will probably
be increased this year.
The chamber has set up a budget
of S6.000 for 1943. plannmg to con-
tinue its previous sponsorship of
agricultural exhibits, garden im-
provement, eighth grade graduation
ceremonies, and boys’ and girls' club
Is Being Sought
In Needier Cases
State's Only Undefeated
Cagers Appearing Friday
Capitol Hill Has
Fancy Record Of
15 Straight Wins
Capitol Hill's high-flying Keo-
skins will breeze into town lrom •
Oklahoma City Friday night lor i.
If a youngster stavs away from fiPSsion with Coflh „Jenkst *‘m‘-
school because lie s mud at the mon8 E1 Rcno hlghachool Inmans ,
—and the visitors have no mien-
teacher or just does not like
school, that is a matter for Juve-
But if a shy and sensitive young-
ster is playing truant because ne
has insufficient clothing and the
apparel he has is so worn and
shabby that appearing in public
Is agony to him, that is a matter
for warm-hearted citizens ol the
This Is the attitude of the Ca-
nadian county public welfare de-
partment which Is finding upon
Investigation that a majority ol
the truancy cases handled by li
are caused by one simple thing—
poverty—and is asking for public
assistance In the needier cases.
Mrs. James Dark, child weliare
worker for Canadian county, in-
Free ballooning, one of the earliest forms of aerial adventure, is
being used by the navy at Moffet Field. Calif., to teach future blimp
pilots the fundamentals of lighter-tlian-air craft operations. Here a
group of cadets watches a balloon takeoff as blimp passes by. (U. S.
navy photo from NEA.)
Council Will Seek
To Curb Delinquency
Members of the newly estab-
In a criminal action filed in Ca-
tions ct letting the Tribe spoil
that fancy basketball record wnlcn
Capitol Hill has tacked up.
The game will start at 8 p. ni.
in the El Reno gynastum, and u
capacity crowd Is expected to view
the melee. It Isn't often that an
undefeated squad comes here to
put on a performance, so El Reno
fans will move into the gym eu
masse to see valiant Indians m
their efforts to slay the glams.
The Hillmen boast the only un-
defeated class A team In Okla-
The Redskins have pluyed anc.
won 15 games this season, anti
they are of the opinion that Ei
Reno won’t be able to turn tne
Coach John Pryor of the Rea-
l'IIIS IS PERFECT
Capitol Hill 31, Putnam
Capitol Hill 60. Foster 17.
Capitol Hill 85, Foster 11.
Capitol Hill 35. Holdenvllle la.
Capitol Hill 40. Putnam City
Capitol Hill 31. Chlckasha 13.
Capitol Hill 41. Duncan 16.
Capitol Hill 30. Friendship 16.
Capitol Hill 58. Martha 23.
Capitol’Hill 50, Edmond 29.
Capitol Hill 29. Enid 2i.
Capitol Hill 36, Central 21.
Capitol Hill 33. Classen 21.
Capitol Hill 50. Duncan 23.
Capitol Hill 31. Shawnee 2U.
COULD BE BETTER
Bethany 26. El Reno 23
Bethany 29. El Reno 23.
El Reno 33, Putnam City 23
El Reno 36, Classen 31.
El Reno 45, Duncan 29
Enid 44. El Reno 20.
El Reno 36. Northeast 26.
El Reno 28, Central 21.
vestigates cases of truancy whr.. : skins modestly1 professed today
Women To Lead
Funds Will Be Sought
During Special Week
Women’s week In behalf of the
nationwide “Fight Infantile Para-
lysis” campaign is to be launched
Friday, Jan. 22. Mrs. I. W. Douglas,
chairman of the county drive, an-
Mrs. Douglas has named as chair-
man of tills special week of the cam-
paign Mrs. Paul Mason, president
of the Trianon club, who will be in
charge, assisted by club members.
Other clubs in Canadian county
who wish to assist with this drive
are requested by Mrs. Douglas to
contact Mrs. Mason for Instructions
The annual drive for fighting in-
fantile paralysis, which Is held in
January in connection with the
president's birthday. Is seeking $650
ers. Carl Daniel Buck. Max j as Rs quota from Canadian county
lished Juvenile council were an-' nadtan county court Tuesday, Jan.
nounced today by Baker H. Me-' 19, Cecil Flanery, operator of the Y
lone, county Judge. tavern southeast of EH Reno, was
At a meeting called Jan. 13. rep- charged with being drunk in a pub-
presentatives of civic organiza- lie place, the information alleging
tlons. schools, churches met with the offense occurred on Nov. 26.
city and county officials to form 1942.
some type of -organization which Airaigned belore Judge Baker H.
could cope with Juvenile delln- Melone on Jan. 19, Flanery entered
quency In El Reno. Miss Rose a p|ea 0f not guilty and was order-
Witcher. Father Victor Van Uurme e(j held for trial at the next term
and Rev. M. B. Pringle were of COUrt under bond of $250.
named at that time to select the 'p|le complaint against Flanery
council. was sjgne(j by Lloyd Palmer, deputy
Members of the council as an- sheriff. The information as filed
nounced today are Miss Mabel by willlam L Funk. county attor-
reported by school authorities, and
although wartime employment ana
excitement mav show Its ellect
upon school attendance of older
students, she has found cases of
youngsters who huddle at home Dv
scanty fires rather than display
Specific Appeals Made
Cases of servicemen's families
are turned over to the Red Cross
home service department when
need is found In them Some ol
the others go to the Canadian
county welfare department, head-
ed by Mrs. Edna Wewerka.
To relieve this clothing need,
Mrs. Wewerka today issued an
appeal for children’s wearing ap-
parel. The two families cited by
her are supported by widowed
mothers, and are receiving aid
from the welfare department. This
aid. Mrs. Wewerka said, is small
because of limited funds.
Case A Is a 14-year-old girl,
daughter of a widow receiving $36
a month from the county. Out of
this the mother must pay rein,
buy food and pay utilities.
The girl has been consistently
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that his team has been "lucky,"
but the record would indicate Cap-
»r. Hance lettered at Capitol
Hill his sophomore year, but was
off the squad last year due to Ill-
ness. Now a senior, he’s back in
the lineup and going strong.
itol Hill has some ball players, too. ! Pryor, the coach's high-scoring son,
It Is highly improbable that thesis a senior who last year was a
ney. alleges that on Nov. 26 Flanery
Hillmen could have stepped
through 15 games on luck alone.
Capitol Hill’s starting lineup will
include Albert Sales and Jack
Landon, forwards: Bill Waters,
center; Bill Hance and Kenneth
Fryor, guards. Landon was a reg-
ular with the Redskins last sea-
son. while Sales was a squadman
who lettered. Waters, a Junior
student, lettered at Terral last
mainstay of the Friendship iJack-
son county* quintet which won
the state's class B championship
Last year Capitol Hill won only
seven games while losing 16—but
how things have changed now that
Coach Pryor and his sharp-shoot-
ing son have taken over! In their
15 straight wins the Redskins have
scored 640 points to their com-
bined opponents' 286.
Transport Plane Willard Brame
Crash Revealed Is Called Hero
In Belfast Newspaper
From Northern Ireland. H. M
Buskirk. Theodore Carl Otte,
Gordon Allen Snodgrass, Ma-
Schweitzer. Thomas Franklin
Half of this fund is sent to na-
tional infantile paralysis foundation
headquarters. The balance Is re-
tained in the county for use as the
permanent executive board desig-
Last year. Canadian county raised
$755 48 In the drive. The funds used
in the county went to the purchase
le body of Samuel Ruford, 70- | of wheel chairs and leg braces for
-old El Reno negro and re- j paralysis victims here, according to
I Rock Island employe, was | Baker H. Melone. chairman of the
d Wednesday night at Ills ] county executive board.
West Foreman street. Secretary Named
At a iccent meeting of the board
Miss Alice McComas was named
secretary of the executive board and
Mrs. Mason was elected to the board.
A large part of the money In the
'annual drives of the national organ -
! izations comes in small sums. Tire
I ’’march of dollars and dimes” In last
year's drive brought $3,000,000 to
the national fund. Large donations
are made, however, by interested
ged Negro Is
lyslcians stated that the aged
froxe to death but exact time
oath could not be determined
sral services probably will be
Jones. Rev. Everett Poole. Mrs
Edna McMahan Kelly, Dr. J. M. ••remajned in a public place,
Ozmun. Mrs I. W Doug his. Mis. pianery's y night club located two
W H Hardwick. Mrs. James Daik. mijes sol,tbcast of El Reno, while
Mis. George R. Angcll. Mis. Edna jn a drunken and intoxicated conril-
Wcwei ka. L. C. Schllder, H. Merle j jQn
Woods. Ray Maher, Roy Kinkade. .......
Kermit P Echafer. Charles A f unk Explains Action
Forbes. Miss Mary Ashbrook and While the complaint as filed fixes
Don Allison. the date of the alleged offense as
To this council will be given Nov. 26. 1942. the charge was not
first the task of making a study filed until Jan. 19. When queried
of present conditions. today as to the delay in placing the
The council will cooperate with charge, Mr. Funk stated that the
county and city officials in any first Information he had on the
kind of program found to be nec- matter came after a visit of eight
essary and proper in controlling ministers to his office on the morn-
juvenile delinquecy. in8 of Jan. 19
Representatives from each civic Mr. Funk said he was not in his
group and from city churches were office at that time, but that the
chosen to form the council. delegation conferred with his as-
First meeting of the group which sistant, Virgil Shaw, and left with
organized the council was spun- him a copy of a resolution taken
sored by the El Reno ministerial by the El Reno ministerial alliance
alliance. In special session that morning, re-
- questing that criminal action be tak-
en against the operator of the Y.
W orK Resumed Written Statement Submitted
A4-/' 1 VT , Mr. Funk said he was informed
/\t LOHI Mines the delegation which called at his
WILKES-BAKRE. Pa., Jan. 21— office Tuesda>’ morning, after the
(/pi—The wildcat strike in Penn- s»('cial meelln« of the alliance, tn-
sylvanla anthracite mines appeared cludpd «*v- » Grant, pastor
ended today when strikers returned of the First Methodist church; Rev
to their Jobs in all major collcries w H- Sl,ow- >,tt'slor of the First
On Income Tax
Senator Nance Says
OKLAHOMA CITY. Jan. 21—(/Pi
—Relief for the average limn on
his income tax Is proposed In
amendments which Chairman
James C. Nance of the senate rev-
enue and taxation committee said
today would be introduced.
The changes would call for tax-
able Income deductions for 111 e,
health and accident, insurance pre-
miums together with allowances
35 Persons Killed
In South America
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21-l/P* — j
The crash ol a transport plane, un- Kenaga, north of El Reno, has re-
der contract to the army with 26 ceived a newspaper clipping whict
passengers and nine crew members praises the army air corps careei
killed Jan. 15 near the coast of 0f his nephew. Master Scrgcan
j Dutch Guiana in South America. Willard Brame. who was gradu-
was announced today by Major ated from E1 Reno hlghschool in
| General Harold L. George, com- ( |g38
manding general of the air transport | Master sergeant Brame, the sor
command. of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Brame. torm-
Complete identification of the erjy 0f Ei Reno and now of Wash-
passengers lias not been established ington. D. C.. was serving at Pearl
and their home addresses have not Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. and par-
ticipated in the defense ol tilt
great naval and air base at tnc
time of the surprise attack dj
The story of Master Sergeam
Brame's adventures appeared lr
a few hours before a back-to-work
deadline set by President Roosevelt.
Only about 3,000 miners still were
on strike, with two of the four lo-
cal unions involved holding morn-
ing meetings to consider a back-to-
At Washington, the White House
said this afternoon li.at President J- w Hodges. pastor of the First
Church of the Nazarene; Rev. Ev-
erett Poole, pastor of the First Pres-
byterian church; Rev. Henry R.
Samples, pastor of the Full Gospel
tabernacle; Rev. Golden F. Shook,
pastor of the Central Methodist
chuich; Rev. M. B. Pringle, pastor
of the First Christian church: Rev.
There were no survivors of the
crash which General George said
occurred 111 a remote section of the
Guiana coast. The next of kin of
all the military personnel abroad the
plane have been notified, he said, i The Belfast (Ireland > Telegraph
and the announcement of the crash on the anniversary of Pearl Hat -
was delayed only because of the hor, Dec. 7. 1942. He was callec
time required to reach the scene and ] the "Pearl Harbor hero" and ae-
determtne the extent of the casual- I scribed to the reporter for I m
lies. | Telegraph the terrible morning in
The plane was flying south, having j Hawaii when the Japanese air at-
left this country about a week ago. tack began.
George said, and all those about d I To Receive Decorations
were on their way overseas, some | The clipping stated that Maslei
for exira expenses incurred ov i probably going to North Africa. Sergeant Brame. "quiet-spoken and
sickness, hospitalization, funerals j 'f|1P plane was operated by an i competent looking, is one of the
airline which George did not identi- [ heroes of the great raid, of which
fy but which is one of the Ameri- 1 today Is the first anniversary. For
can commercial lines operating j his conduct he was favorably con-
In Africa Now
British Army Columns
While Tripoli Burns
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Final collapse of Premier Benito
Mussolini’s African empire ap-
peared to be only a matter of
hours today amid signs that Mar-
shal Erwin Rommel was hastily
abandoning the burning city of
Tripoli and British eighth army
columns stormed forward witiun
35 miles of the axis stronghold.
Tripoli is the last citadel ot
Italy’s dark continent uomam
which once embraced Eritrea, Ital-
ian Somaliland, Abyssinia, Ulre-
nalca and Tripolltanla.
A bulletin from General B. L.
Montgomery’s elghthy army head-
quarters said British troops yes-
terday captured the towns of tai-
huna and Homs, respectively 4ll
and 56 miles from Tripoli, and
continued their pursuit of Hum-
mel's fleeing armies.
Front line dispatches suid Hum-
mel's troops and equipment weie
already streaming westward lrom
Tripoli toward the Tunisian iron-
tier. 100 miles away, with allied
planes making a shambles ol tne
enemy’s line of retreat.
Wreckage Litters Road
A 50-mile stretch ol coastal road
between Tripoli anti Zuara was de- .
scribed as littered with the bomo-
ed and bullet-smashed wreexage
of trucks and other equipment.
In Russia. Red army troops now
driving 50 miles into the Ukraine
were reported forging a new pinc-
ers threat to the big steel city or
Kharkov after a 17-mlle advance
to the southeast.
Other 8ovlet columns were said
to be sweeping through the south-
eastern Ukraine toward the sea of
Azov in a move to close a steel
arc around Rostov whose fall
would cut off the land escape
route of perhaps 500,000 axis
troops fighting in southern Russia
German Efforts Fali
Below Rostov. Red army shock
troops were reported pouring west-
ward across the Manych river,
within 15 miles of the rati junc-
tion at SalSk, in a drive to cut olf
Hitler’s Caucasian armies. Salsk
’ies about 90 miles southeast of
Field dispatches said feverish
German efforts to establish a
stable line along the left bank of
the Manych were falling and de-
clared Russian troops were cap-
turing point after point while the
Germans were blowing up bridges
to rapid retreat.
London heard a Moscow broad-
cast reporting that German casu-
alties on the Soviet front In the
past six weeks totaled 750,000 men,
including 250,000 killed.
Many of the Nazi slain fell and
ire still falling In the Soviet trap
before Stalingrad where the Rus-
sians say less than 50,000 Germans
survive out of 22 divisions tightly
sealed In the Don-Volga corridor.
and the like.
“If feasible,” Nance said, "ws
will try to make them deductible,
on taxes due this year on 1942 In- • planes on regular schedules for the I sidered for the award of the Good
comes." 'air transport command to all parts j Conduct medal and also the Sol- J —Companion
Nance said the amendments I of the world. I dier’s medal. He expects to rc-
were discussed by his committee j Members of the crew weie all ceive his decorations when the
and the state tax commission | civilians employed by the airline, j authorities catch up with him,' loi
would be asked to prepare them, j The >aree number of casualties j he has done a lot of traveling ui
■ 111 a single crash, George explained. . th* intervening time '•
The chairman cautioned hat the . d(jc ^ ^ greal\lz/of the 'the mterven,ng ume
proposal need have no effect on i . J)e
plans of taxpayers to make their I__
payments under the present law
Bill Drawn To
Drop Tag Agents
Roosevelt, learning of the general
resumption of work, was gratified
i couili^uun ui w vi Si mto ijiavuivu i
at the response to his appeal to the church.
Baptist church; and Rev. Daniel L.
Kolb, pastor of the First Evangeli-
armer today and tonight, ex- j
little change In temperature
vest portion. Winda 25 to 35 j
s per hour.
E2 Reno Weather
>r 24-liour period ending at 8
n. today: High. 41: low, 15;
I a. m , 38
ate of weather: FVUr.
■eelpi ta lion: None.
The written statement left In the I out adjustment.
county attorney's office by the min- | _
isters stated that it was moved by
Rev. Hodges In the special session
of the alliance, and seconded by
Rev. Shook, that "the committee on
public morals of the ministerial al-
liance be authorized to request
the sheriff's office and the county
attorney to file criminal charges
for violation of the law against the
Corporal Millard L. Basinger, | operator of the Y. The statement
formerly of El Reno, serving in added the motion carried unanl-
the coast artillery corps, now is mously.
a prisoner of war of the Jupa- | Poole, Piingle Return Later
nese government in the Philippine nic county attorney said the
’If this law is readjusted in any
respect, the man who has paid will
be given credit for everv cent to
which lie Is entitled." Nance ex-
plained. "It will be readjusted
with them and they would not lose
regardless. We don't Intend to
catch a man wanting to pay up
| promptly and get his money wlth-
miners to end their strike "and is
confident that the comparatively
few who have not returned to work
will join their associates In the
Millard Basinger Is
Prisoner of Japanese
Rationing Will Apply To
Many Canned Baby Foods;
The newspaper further stated;
"Still In his early twenties, Mas-
ter Sergeant Brame has reached
the highest non-commtsstoned
rank, having been promoted from
technical sergeant a few days ago.
He was graduated from highschool
In Oklahoma, and attended tne
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21 — l/Pi— | University of Oklahoma belore
Robert Patterson, undersecretary of joining the service in 1940."
war. disclosed today that army He was quoted as telling tne
ground troops have replaced the | reporter, after illustrating the sur-
nunities in the Solomons and are , prise nature of the attack:
commanded by Major General "Remember, we were at peaci
i Alexander Patch, who has moved
S Ills headquarters from New Cale-
I donia to Guadalcanal.
the marines who fought so long
with Japan before Pearl Harooi
happened It will be a long, long
time before we forget about It."
islands, according to notification
(■asoline Sales received from the war department
Wll U IT fa -li Wednesday by relatives here.
Will Be r OF gHSIi | Corporal Basinger, who enlisted
WASHINGTON, Jan. 21—(/P) — ' ill the army several years ago I ;'ald. he was visited oy Rev. Poole and
The petroleum administration today j while residing in Calltornla, is j Bev- and tflat Rev', Roo*e
prohibited all credit buying of gaso- j the son of Mrs. Martha M. Tur-1
statement was presented to him by
his assistant when he returned to
the office later in the day.
Tuesday afternoon, Mr. Funk
and so well in the Solomons now
are getting a chance to rest," Pat-
WASHINGTON. Jail 21—(A’l—The j Person said at a press conference,
office of price administration an- ( General Patch, -who commanded
nounced today that many canned . dlP army troops which landed In
baby foods will be rationed under! Caledonia last year, relieved. dent of the Mustang 4-H clut
the same point, system to be used ! Major General Alexander A. Van- when members of the group met
for rationing of processed fruits and : dPrgrlft of the marines not quite a Wednesday at the Mustang school.
Mustang 4-H Club
Jimmy Nowlin was elected presi-
OKLAHOMA CITY, Jan. 31-f/Fl
bills which would
abolish tag agents and make
county treasurers the motor ve-
hicle licensing agents of the slai?,
as well as ex officio agents ot tne
department of public safety tor
issuing drivers' licenses, were In-
troduced In the senate today by
George L. Bowman. Kingftsnei
The first bill would repeal the
tag agent law and provide mat
the county treasurer of eacn coun-
ty be the motor vehicle licensing
agent of the state to Issue lags
and titles to cars and perlofm
-uch other registration duties B3
now performed by tag agents.
For this service, the coumy
treasurers would be allowed a lee
of 15 percent for each vehicle reg-
istered and given a tag In addi-
tion to the cost of the tag It
would abolish notary fees of 50
cents now charged by tag agents
for issuing tne tags
The second bill would make the
county treasurers the ex otflcio
agents of the department of pub-
lic safety and the tax commission
for Issuance of drivers' licenses, a
duty now performed by tag agents.
Harold B. Rowe, director of OPA's !
food rationing division, said the |
announcement was Intended "to j
clarify any misunderstanding that I
I may exist regarding the baby foods '
' that are to be Included In the new \
month ago. Patterson said.
Bombed in Solomons
asked if he had seen the resolution.
line and other petroleum products 1 pin, 121 North N avenue. A sister,
for private motor cars, effective Feb. Mrs Edna Pritchett, resides at
1. the same address.
After replying in the affirmative,
Mr. F*unk said he was told by Rev.
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WASHINGTON. Jan. 21—(/Pi —
The navy announced today the
No date has been set for the start bombing of a Japanese destroyer off
of point rationing of processed I Bougainville island In the Solomons
fruits and vegetables, but the pro- ! anci the shooting down of eight ene-
gram will begin as soon as OPA has j my planes in the Shortland island
set up necessary machinery. , area.
Other new officers are N. B
Newcomb, jr.. vice president; June
Husmann. secretary: Nadine Dick-
son, song leader; FVed Mayfield
game leader; and Mrs. Vivian
] Erickson, coach.
After election of officers, boys
who are engaged hi livestock pro- | jj *-as announced today by local
All Rocket Seats
Will Be Reserved
All seals on Rocket trains will
be reserved under a legulation to
become effective Sunday. Jan. 24,
Jects went with Riley Tarver, coun-
ty agent, to inspect their stock
Girl members of the club met with
Miss Doreen Fickel. home demcn-
officials of the Rock Island rail-
way. All sales of tickets for travel
by Rocket trains will conform
to the new regulations alter Jan.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 51, No. 277, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 21, 1943, newspaper, January 21, 1943; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc920047/m1/1/: accessed October 17, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.