The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 50, No. 129, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 29, 1941 Page: 1 of 6
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40,000 Troops Removed
From Canton For
Use In South
SHANGHAI, July 29-(U.R)—Ja-
pan today began occupation on the
great French naval base at Cam-
ranh bay, up the Indo-Chma coast
lrom Saigon, foreign military quar-
ters reported. It was ‘.aid that
6,000 Japanese troops had been
landed at Camranh.
It was reiportrd also that the
Japanese had withdrawn 40.000
well equipped troops from the Can-
ton and Formosa areas to garri-
son southern Indo-China.
Rush Base Completion
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Local Campaign For Scrap
Literally “Goes Over
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Virtual abandonment of El rive at 1:45 p. m„ and depart, at
Reno’s ‘‘suburban’' railway station, 1:55, while the Rocket southbound
U. S. 66 station, near the cemetery ' will arrive at 3:35 p. m„ and leave
was announced today by Rock | at 3:45. Both will carry coaches
Island officials with the notice ol j with Oklahoma City passengers
revised train schedules to become! which will be cut out here and
effective Sunday, Aug. 3. shuttled to Oklahoma city and
The station was established to i back,
take care of passen.'jers arriving J South bound passenger train No
and departing on trains south of j 17, which reaches El Reno at 10:35
El Reno which made the turn p. ni„ and leaves at 10:50 at pres-
around to Oklahoma City. Under ent, making the turn around to
the new schedule most of the j Oklahoma City, will arrive at 11:5.)
north and south trains will run | p. m., and depart at 12:20 a. m.
straight through, with shuttle j under the new schedule, going
This 65-foot torpedo boat, built in England for the Philippine government, is one of the common-
wealth’s naval units called into the service of the United States, along with the land forces, under
, President Roosevelt’s military order. The 12-cylinder craft, capable of a speed of 41 knots an hour is
With occupation of uncompleted] shown during trials off Southend, Essex. iNEA Photo.)
Camranh. the Japanese were ex
pected to rush work on the base to
Reports in foreign military quar-
ters here indicated that the Jap-
anese intended to garrison all of
southern Indo-China and to com-
plete (Camranh, one of the world's
finest natural harbors, as a naval
base as soon as passible. It was
believed that the Japanese being
sent into southern Indo-China
were well equipped and that they
would establish a base for bombers
A Reuters news agency report
from Bangkok said Japan had of-
fered Cambodia and Laos. wluch
are part of French Indo-China to
Thailand in return for her al-
legiance to Japan's "new order” in
Would Violate Pact
Such a division of Indo-China
would violate the French-Japanese
protocol signed In Vichy today
which pledges Japan to “respect
the territorial integrity of French
Indo-China and the sovereign
rights of France over all parts of
the Indo-China union.”'
British authorities in Shanghai i not been scheduled yet.
said they would protest if Thailand Indian.s and the d^™,,
were forced to grant special prlvi- j ^ won ,helr ends of the twin-
bill Monday night on the Legion
Justice Is Speedy When You Try
To Take Gasoline From
County Owned Truck
Warning to transients who would
inum matinee at the theatre, was
I overflowing Into the street In the
restricted parking zone.
Boy Scouts aided by American
Legion post members, who were
driving the collection trucks, vol-
unteered their services in staging
County trucks being used In the
city canvass today will be used to
Eagles Assured Try For “”d Annulment Also Granted SSaSKfS VS
At Court Session |da5, comml,teemen said, and then
, all the county salvage will be
- ! turned over to a state collection
Aluminum for national defense
was mounting higher and pour-
su*? 'E x,*rssxmsrm « Mu4e
The revised time table provider, ■ No. 511 arriving from Oklahoma
only one stop at U. S. 66 Station, i City at, 1:40 p. m., with passengers
Train No. 120 will stop there at; from Oklahoma City for the north
5:50 a. m. each day to discharge bound Rocket; No. 512, which will
passengers from the south before leave El Reno at 2 p. m„ with
going on to Oklahoma City. passengers from Dallas for Okla-
The new set-up calls for no homa City; No. 513, arriving from
changes in the schedule of the east j Oklahoma City at 3:30 p. m„ with
and west Rocket, the Choctaw, or passengers for the south bound
drive "was^opened^whh an^alum- 7 "p^bound MemPhls Califcr-, Rocket, and No. 514. leaving at
inum mol inn* ot th„ iDootm «,.< nlan' The Abound CaUfomian 3:55 p. m„ with passengers from
Kansas City to Oklahoma City.
Train No 117, will bring passen-
gers from Oklahoma City, arriving
at 11:40 p. m., for connection with
No. 17, south bound.
Roket theatre today as El Reno
1 Boy Scouts canvassed the town
i gathei ing scrap aluminum articles
They planned to continue the
collection campaign all through the
day until every residence In El
Reno has been contacted.
By noon the huge wire basket,
hall full since Saturday when the
After tonight's twinbill only two
clubs will remain in the El Reno
softball tournament pennant race,
the El Reno Eagles and the win-
ner of tonight’s finale, and they
will cross bats In the best two out
of three for the tourney title.
Only a few hours after taking
eight gallons of gasoline from a
county truck, two transients had
been captured by a county deputy Three divorce decrees and one center,
sheriff, sentenced by the county annulment order were issued Mon- Persons
judge and had started serving 20- day In Canadian county district lhat can . , , „„
day sentences in the county Jail. court k,, Judl,e Clarence Mills of'driVe who haVe been mLssed st
.. - coun ^ Juage clarence Mi11* may donate the aluminum, com-
wlth scrap aluminum
be contributed to the
will arrive at the same time as at,
present, 3:20 p. m„ but will delay
its departure five minutes from
3:35 to 3:40.
The northbound Rocket will ar-
DINNER AI ELKS WHEAT PENALTIES
Governor Among Those
IllR°mid <^rdLon0Harr4U. 5. of°San Oklahoma Clt-V' rpcord8 thp of- mitteemen added, either by taking
I Diego., allegedly stole eight gal- llce of Prank Taylor, court clerk. It to the collection dump or by
Two clubs will drop by the way-1 lons ot gasoilne from a county showed todav. I calllt>8 the chamber of commerce
side tonight in elimination games |lruck at Yukon early Monday. Mary Musser was granted a de- | °nice 10 have 11 Plcked up’
that match the El Reno Dairymen j H H. Clapper, undersheriff who tree of divorce from R. C. Musser. , Rural /esidenU of the county
with the Indians at 8 p. m. and llves at yulcon prompt|y arrested custody of three minor children have bei*' asked 10 turn over their
the winner of that scrap with the them. brought m** £1 Reno and maintenance of S40 a month. scrap alumlnum elther ‘heir
Hinton Comets at 9:15 p. m. ---- — --------*----
The one club that comes out un-
sca thed tonight and the Eagles will
meet in the final series, which has
leges to any third power.
Informed Shanghai quarters were
unable to confirm report* that Ja-
pan had served demands on Thai-
and had William L. Funk, county Married Apr. 6, 1929, she charged jrdral ma carners or t0 their Pre
attorney, draw up the petit larceny extreme cruelty In seeking the di-,clnct electlon board inspectors,
charges. ' vorce and custody of the children,1 Ibc aIumlnum salvage campaign
At their arraignment later Mon- John Bruce, 11, Ray Frances, 10. opened ln E1 Reno Saturday with
day before Judge Emmett Thomp- and Frank, 6.
son In county court they pleaded Alleging gross neglect, Mildreo
guilty, whereupon they were order- Porquer obtained a decree of di-
ed to serve 20 days in the county vorce and custody of two minor
Members of Elks lodges from 11
Vote Provides Free Use
For Feed Or Homes
WASHINGTON, July 29.—(AV
Clarence^ IET !8‘^and'" Man'm “T™* ^mond’ ]£in j used^toleTve Tshortage Governor Leon Phillips, member j ™ ™ n
... .. “I agalnst Clarence Frederick For- ()f ,hat mptal nfttional d * , of the Bristow lodge, who nom-ithp fft™
cities in Oklahoma joined El Reno j Ignoring pleas that the entire ftd-
Elks at an informal dinner-meet- i ^lnOration farm program Is
ing Monday night to honor George “em^pcnalS;
M. McLean, El Reno member re- excess wheat used as feed or for
cently elected grand treasurer of | home use on the farm,
the national order. | The amendment was attached to
Mr McLean, a past exalted a bm ordering “freezing” of gov-
i ruler of the El Reno lodge, past I eminent loan stocks of wheat and
J president of the Oklahoma State j c°ll°n.
almost 600 articles being collected
as admission charge for as Tf the" Ja^d Cge^ww ' **£^0^1^ SSS" of Z
elected grand treasurer for the wheat penalties, said It would
as admission charge for as many
children to a special theatre mat-
inee of cartoons and comedies,
t Aluminum raised In community
park turf to stay In the running
and meet tonight. The Indians
scalped Fort Reno 12-1, the Dairy- ________^ _„it. rlTA,r,nn
men eliminated Mlnco 10-5. Arnold, 19. both of Wagoner. Their I qaer couple was married °f tl1a' meta* *n nal*onal defense
Bacher led the Dairymen to their b°nds were set at $100 each when May 4, 1926. In Oklahoma City. |lnduslr|p*-
decision, striking out eight Mlnco lbeV pleaded not guilty at the in the third divorce case heard
hickory wlelders, walking six and! BfMignment. Monday by Judge Mills he Issued
| yielding five scattered singles.1 Court attaches said the Wagoner a decree to Sadie Bretz and or-
Froneberger, Mlnco moundsman, J youths claimed they picked up dered restoration of her maiden
fanned four, walked 10 and gave!two hitchhikers and that they, the n^e. Sadie Winchell. She al-
l up nine hits, among them, a tripL-! Wagoner youths, had nothing to leged gross neglect and related
order at the national convention In l “destroy the entire program" of
Philadelphia earlier this month. | acreage reduction. He suggested
the senate might as well "repeal
Bloc Organizes Opposition
WASHINGTON. July 29.—</P'
Fourteen members of the senate's I era
so called ' non-intervention bloc"
decided today to offer organized
opposition to legislation giving the
president authority to retain citi-
zen soldiers In uniform beyond the
present limit ol one year.
Senator Wheeler (Democrat,
Montana), lender of the
the group planned opposition
speeches but would make no at-1
tempt to filibuster against the j
by Hardt and double* by Blacko*l[do with the gasoline theft,
and J. Roblyer.
In the opener Monday night j
Swallow allowed the Soldiers only I
three safeties, one a double by j |
Splllar, while J. Mongold, Fort |
Reno hurler, yielded two singles!
and four extra-base blnglas—hom-
by F. Bushyhead, Howling I
that they were married last Oct.
] 5 in filing the suit against Robert
An order of annulment was
granted to W E. Roush In his suit
against Gladys Roush. They were
married Apr 21 at Fort Smith,
! Ark . his petition related.
DT U. S. VESSEL
lnated Mr McLean at the Phil-1 Senator 'Democrat. Oklaho-
adelphia convention, was among !ma^’ ttu*,bor TTi® amendment,
I the out-of-town Etks who attend-!881(1 surPlus could ^ fed cattle.
I ed the dinner Monday night and poultry and dalry herds t0 Produce
I made a short Informal talk. !food for Brlttsh ald-
_ . . „ „ . Hatch argued that it was unfair
Robert M Mai onee. exalted, to fanneni who complled wlth
| ruler of the host lodge, pressed: acreftge reductlon program.s t0 re.
as master of ceremonies. There move penaltles for those who
was no formal program. planted excesses.
| Delegations from the lodges at i _
Sapulpa. Tulsa, Oklahoma City,
Knox Describes Destroyer j Duncan. Zdw^.|Suit Testing Wheat
Incident To Committee
Woll and Harrison and a double j
by Madbull. Swallow fanned three
and Mongold one; Swallow issued S 3 >’ 8
one base on balls and Mongold!
In South America
WASHINGTON. July 29—</P,—A
senate naval committee report re-
leased today quoted Secretary
i«r> tv » < Knox as testifying the captain of
Wins Essay Award a u. S. destroyer dropped three
depth bombs off the coast of
Greenland when he believed he
possible danger of attack
El Reno Student
Irene Reding, a graduate of
Shawnee. Alva. Enid. Bristow and a J
Alius attended the meeting honor- reiialty 1 OSlDOned
mg Mr. McLean. j _
Elks were present.
Rnnrk Unrf Pit pH Rv WASHINGTON, July 29 — (U.R> — Sacred Heart academy In the class *n posslble d
bloc, said UUIIUB 1 U11C1LCU RpprMenUtlve Dlfs .Democrat.' of 1941, has been awarded third fr“m a •submarms'
a report by the committee
I rail 1C \ lolatnrS,1V,(a8’ 881(1 today "Germany has | place in a national essay contest
, about 1.000,000 soldiers In South i sponsored by the Catholic Daugh- ln.,
T. . w . 1 Amprlca "rganlwfl Into companies | ters of America, It was announced *h ch ,reco™nP'’dPd lhat ,"r‘
Three traffic violation bonds and battalions walUng for the psy-1 today ther lnve*tlgatlon made of
The resolution declaring the na-1 were forfeited Monday night In chological moment tc produce a In' the national contest Miss Red- newspappr reP°m of “shooting"
Hons 1 Interest l> Imperiled and F.l Reno municipal court and a diversion to prevent our aiding ing competed with state winners by An,erlean naval uni,’s ln
Oklahoma' OKLAHOMA CITY. July 29-OP,
j— A Kingfisher farmer’s attack on
--j validity of a federal surplus wheat
PrpeiHpnt'Tn AwL Penalty °f 49 cents a bushel has
1 ICiSItlvIll 111 /\al\ been postponed again ln the hope
( Vinlrnl (If Prir»tkC con?rp8s w111 complete pending leg-
VUllLlsM ' "1 1 I 11 CS tsiatlon that will relieve the cause
- ; of the action.
Knox’s testimony was contained B>' BRreeme,U °f °0Un",> hMr'
Nazi Submarines Claim
Heavy Toll of Eng-
BY ASSOCIATED PRESS
Prime Minister Winston Churchill
told the house of commons today
that a German invasion attempt
may be made in September.
“The invasion season Is at hand,”
“All armed forces have been
warned to be at concert pitch by
September 1 and to maintain the
Churchill added that "it Is mad-
ness to suppose that Russia or the
United States is going to win the
war for us.”
There was no Intimation whether
Churchill actually feared an In-
vasion in the next six wteks or
whether this was merely another in
a series of pep talks to maintain
Plans “Out of Joint"
Simultaneously, British Foreign
Secretary Anthony Eden declared
Hitler’s timetable for the conquest
of Russia was “plainly out of
Meanwhile, the well-informed
Dienst Aus Deutschland said ln
Berlin that the German govern-
ment has sent notes to all South
American governments declaring
that the Bellmonte note figuring
in the expulsion of the German
minister from Bolivia was “falsi-
fied.” The well-informed comment
service said that "one can conclude
that the Wllhelmstraus called the
attention of the remaining South
American governments to the clari-
fication In connection with the
Belmonte case and to remember It
If a somewhat similar situation
should face them.”
On the fighting front, German U-
boats stepping up the fury of their
attacks in the battle of the Atlantic
were reported today to have sunk
19 British ships totaling 116500
tons yesterday and last night ln a
raid on a trans-Atlantic convoy.
Reds Claim Success
Authorized quarters ln Berlin
said the Nazi underseas raiders
also sank a destroyer and a corvette
protecting the convoy—presumably
materials for England.
The Russian-German war was
highlighted by dispatches from
Moscow which said Red army coun-
ter attacks had spread to all major
sections in one of the greatest
battles of all times and It was de-
clared officially that Adolf Hitler's
38-day-old drives toward Moscow
and Kiev were "breaking against
the firmness and stubbornness of
Rusisa also claimed a diplomatic
victory in London where General
Wladislaw Sikorsky, premier of the
Polish government in exile, said
that his government had reached
an agreement with the Russian
government "on honorable condi-
from all states ln the nation, Cun-
Atlantlc and convoying of British
providing machinery to keep the j $io fine was assessed against Rus- Great Britain"
present army Intact U *hjduW mU Cofej- when he pleaded guilty Dies, chairman of the house coin-: ada. Porto Rico. Alaska and the
for senate consideration beginning ( o disturbing the peace, according mlttep on un.McM activities.
“SSL™. on-!:; ss* r ,__________________
"One U. S. destroyer operating
Her essay, awarded first prize
f-rc8s..for prtcc c°ntroi : Sihnir ^»“d "i? jaIkSjjb°°
in a message tomorrow, congression- unt„ Jul). 30. has t^n passed until
al leaders reported today after a Au_ 15 charl„ u s
conference with the chief executive.' dlfifrlcl attorney said today.'
There was a general discussion j _
of the legislative program including
mesage to congress to- } Robbery
As Missing Girl
i ing (fie peace by cursing at 8 p. m Klzlng German dlplomaUc pouchy
Monday at the Stop-N-Tell-Em vu ..lrue ^ an „tpnr M he had
tavern. Upon pleading guilty to for lwo years warned
the charge today he was fined $10 agtlnil German Infiltration,
and $1 coats. „ ... ....
E J. Williams and Otlbert Wind- H* added Uie Argpnll,,p com'
-- | field Palmer each forfeited a $10
BIO 8UR, Calif . July 29—U.R)—j bond an a charge of reckless drlv
mlttee called at mv home We sent
all the Information we had and
was entered ln the national contest
was quoted as saying.
will send his
A final draft of legislation has
not yet been completed, Barkley
said, but there Is complete agree-
as a wrttten esny. For placing third | .‘w*,* enguged ln lhls ^ of
In he nation she will receive a mercy the operator of the Uatm- *he measure will emhm,
cash prize ln addition to the cash lng equipment reported to the cap- ! *’* n,eaM‘re Wl“ rmbraee’
prizes presented her for winning tain that he thought he heard a , _
flr.sttnthclncalandstateconte.su. submerged aubmarlnt. Tlie <ap l\l|l(*S Sfl'icI Oil
Miss Reding Is the daughter Of taln lmmedlatelv turned tnwnrd _
OKLAHOMA CITY. July 29—<U.Pi |
—John Wilbur Voss. 25-year-old
VICHY, France. July 29—<U.B—
Neutral diplomatic sources asserted
today that unless the Germans
captured the Russian Ukraine by
mid-August they will find nothing
but bare fields In that great gran-
ary whose rich harvests were re-
garded as a prime objective In the
German attack on Russia.
Informants said the harvest had
I begun and that It would be eom-
LtLSS zrsjrtrz £ .......-itrsr-r^l Trade With Japan
mo,,* i __.. . I i pleted within two weeks.
ment on the general policy which escape artist, and Homer Melton. ^ fM, M whfal and other
17, must face armed robbery | grains are cut they are threshed
charges here before answering j and sent eastward for safe ator-
charges ln other parts of the state | a8e'
city detectives announced today.
was tentatively Identified today as I felted $2 bond on a
that of pretty Mary Alice Haley. 20. j running a stop line.
a wealthy University of California I -----
co-ed who had been missing 11 days.
R. J Castro, a rancher, nnd his
wife discovered the body, propped
against a rock The woman hnd
been shot in the head, and near
the body lay a rusted revolver. Miss
It seems all are beginning to
realize how serious the situation
Frankly, what' I’ve wanted lo|
three depth charges."
The .pair was captured asleep | DfUIlKCIl Driving
I late Monday after an all day * ft i rv • l
WASHINGTON, July 29.—OP)— search. They were booked at the j ( IS 1 /01110(1
Boards lo Defer I rmmuy. wnai i ve waiueo «t| m , ttTT •# « „
Older Draftees lake Hemisphere Control
Senator Savs I/. A. Should 8umner Welles, »oUng secretary ol county Jail and then turned over:
__ » I __i* a.__■ .. __ . _ ! In nlfv nnllra frvt* nnndlnivlnn In i
tatlon of hundreds of thousands of |
i Germans "
OKLAHOMA CITY. July 29—(U.P.,
Haley bought a gun In Ban Fran- —Local dralt boards In Oklahoma I
cisco shortly before she disappear- today were Informed an Indefinite IVmrr'ini PlllllllPfl
Piedmont, ’ stay of Induction has been extend-' 1 ***** * IcilllIvU
Sell££tIn?,T0N^.JUly fi unltWl 8tBU* COn,r°l °( *es,*rt*! m3 continuing trade with that
Senator Ciaik (Demociat, Idaho), hemlnphrre, thus taking a sharply i rni. *
SDCnklnff as an lllfitVlHlI'll GitHnlnt* rl I t)«S t-n *l)i lll*a» fenm tLo I *
state, said today the United States 110 clly P°Uce for questioning In Jameg Thomas Adams. 42. of
has given no assurance to Japan «’nnPCllon wltlv *"rteslolf«row^' | okiahon,a City, entered a plea of
H drug store and filling station rob- „n,
that licenses will be Issued to per- berles. 1 1 R ty h hp wa8 arral«ned
ed to men who were 28 years of
! age or over on July 1, except those
| who volunteer.
Board notification followed ro-
Police said that Voss admitted
speaking as an individual senator divergent view from the admtnU- i coumry participation In 36 robberies In the
suggested today that the United . tration ln Its dealing with neigh- Hc madp thu stotement In ex statp 8,ld u'at Melton had admit-
States "take over control” all of bore. plaining that clearance would fco ted three holdups and six car
given to Japanese ships leaving ,hefl8 Including participation In
Fnr I Gtrinn Purls UUn An,prlca l,IMl Canada but a O-Malionn- who has touaht with , KlV<M' lo Jap'inpso shlp8 le
I or Ijegion 1 arK branded Ihe the Idahoan 'to forbid gorermneni ! ^ m'der prwnt
Idea as fantastic
Third romunity night program 8mator O'Mahoney , Demociat
purcliases of Argentine beef was
one of the first to volet oppotiltlor
ed from her home in
State Boys Find
‘Slaying Victim jdl^ft dI«ctor '«". i^;bv public '*- onp ln ^ western par. m„aeatlon is utterly
I national headouarierH thm in vi»u ftPatinnal service will be presented country would support tile sugges- . A,ly Mcn U8Rr*tl n Ls ullerl>
»;iiusriiT, ssj: rr
Holdenvillc poll,- that they had j shall lie postimned until further attp,,dpd u,p Pr°«ram last Friday. Clark, one of a senate group ^)-1 ,ola rpporU!r8’ ““Inconceivable
aeon a dead body sprawled on the notice. They already had received
floor of a deserted building. one Induction stay . --------------------------- , ,
Officers pci rod through the win- i -! in its concert, feature of the weekly *° nRn‘v °ut his theory,] Clark gave the opinion that "it
on a charge of drunken driving
Monday ln Canadian comity court.
Bond was set at $300 by Judge
Adams was charged with driving
while under the Influence of in-
crip, by Clive E Murray, state and ':,vlc ba,,d poncPrt ^red Wyoming, said he was sure no U> CUrk the hemisphere!***
J. L. Patman, jr.. will serve as poalnir adnilnls(ratlon policy, gave JV1”®, that 11 cml6 wrloualy ,
special guest conductor for the band J*® intimation hiat ho would offer
Under the asset freezing order
Issued Friday, Welles said, Individ-
ual licenses would be required for
every transaction Involving Japan-
the robbery of the Park-O-Tell toxlcatlng liquor seven miles east
north of the capltol. I of EI Rrno on u 8 highway 66.
July 27. according to the Informa-
tion filed by William L. Funk,
Date for a preliminary hearing
I was not set at the arraignment
No Heat Relief
But, he said ln un interview probably would not be necessary
that "tlie good neighbor policy has ftr»* a **ngto shot to take con- Generally fair and
dows of the building and then | Mr and Mrs 8 B Lnwrev Program.
broke open the door As bystanders: daughter. Marian Joyce, 'and soli! Other entertainment will be pro- ^ ^l"of mu'Tho7 h^i^he,e •• * , , ,, H w .
looked on with horror. Harrv Met h« «... "nd 'hat "Instead,lro1 of <h“ whole hemisphere. (warm tonight, and Wednesday.
El Rriiti Weather
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--OKLAHOMA CITY, July 29—(U.W
j —Tlie weather will continue plain
old hot, Forecaster Harry Wahl-
gren predicted today. For the first
time in several week* one of the, | road by failing to yield the right
continued weather bureau’, numerous *t«-1 of-way nt th of v 8
Frederick Soloinan Behler, about
50, of Woodward, was arraigned
Monday ln county court here on a
charge of violating rules of the
lion* reported rain.
highway), 68 and 370 weat
to the body and began tearing It Tex., after spending 10 davs with I botham and John Lanman, vocal
apart Tlie "body" wns a dummy of'Mrs I/iwrey’s parents, Mr and] duet; and Louise Ybung, a Booker sphere"
»Laa ami bus,,. .resaed In Mrs. C. R. WorUiknglou, caul o( ,T Washington higlmchool graduate, i Ha mentimen ...... lu.
n Reno. | a dramatic reading. | TOnU " ‘ P',PP*t «°vern ' I,U dnn,tn,on 811(1 8ddpd may *»
Wtihlgrcn said temperatures to- | Reno July 27
For 24-hour period ending st 8 day over the state will range from
iiullira II..MV I . ’ ----------—------ ■ w* r*'gr..*es.,p e»v q uai mv "tnw I •iUM’ liVMIl
using inein irre In our own hemt- an opportunity U> consolidate I a m today; High, 08; low. 72; at 96 to 102 degrees Yesterday’s high
North and South America under
8 a in.. 82
State of weather, clear.
mark was 102 degrees at both Car-
I ncgle and Lawton Overnight lows
were around the 76-degree mark.
Upon pleading 'guilty he
assessed a $10 fine and court
by Judge Thompson, and the line
wo* suspended upon payment of tl
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 50, No. 129, Ed. 1 Tuesday, July 29, 1941, newspaper, July 29, 1941; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921054/m1/1/: accessed November 19, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.