The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950 Page: 5 of 6
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Friday, December 29, 1950
El Reno (Okla.) Daily Tribune
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Florists and Nurseries
Plant fruit trees now. Large assort-
ment in best varieties for Okla-
homa planters. Vigorous, fresh dug
trees. Reasonable prices. True to
label. Hutchinson Nursery Company,
1208 Sunset. Phone 542.
Linoleum waxing is obsolete. Glaxo
plastic type coating protects, Is
non-skid. El Reno Hardware.
It’s terrific the way we're selling
Condense Foam for cleaning rugs
and upholstery. Schooling's Rexall
Money to loan on farm and city
property. Cash for "01” equity.
Jess W. Haydon.
Money to loan on real estate. Call
L. C. Gadberry 34.
Home need modernising? You can
arrange a loan with us on con-
venient monthly repayment plan.
El Reno Federal Savings and Loan.
136 to $300 loaned an car, furniture,
other good security. Selected In-
vestment Corporation, 111 East
Lost, Found, Strayed 6
Lost: Black purse containing money,
driver's license, gold watch, other
Items. Reward. Call 995-W.
Missionary wants food, clothing,
etc., for needy. Phone 2540-J.
Going places? Let us move you.
Local or long distance. Reason-
able. El Reno Transfer and Storage.
Call 148 for reliable transfer and
baggage service. Doke Taxi and
Transfer. Taxi phone 201
Mattresses Renovated 15
Mattresses renovated. Innersprlngs
felted In layer cotton. P. S. Ryel.
706 North Bickford. Phone ISM.
Used Cars for Sale
1942 Ford club coupe, radio, heater,
a good buy at $426; 1937 Buick
4-door, here Is an extra good clean
car, A-l condition, good tires, radio,
heater, $285; 1937 Ford fordor,
cheap transportation. $65.00. Hud-
dart-Cornellus Ford Used Car Lot,
1948 Plymouth 2-door, extra good
tires, radio and heater. Platt
Motor Company, 300 North Bick-
Special this week—1940 Dodge
4-door, runs and looks good, $300.
Dulmage Motor Company. 318
Special prices on used cars at Tom
Avant’s. 8ee them at 208 West
1947—41 Buick 4-door, fully
eaulpped. local car. good. $1,295.
Dulmage Motor Company, 318
Want 1937 or later model cars and
trucks to salvage. Crossroads Auto
Salvage. 81-66 intersection. Phone
2536 or 308.
T?re*. Parts. Supplies
We are carburetor headquarters for
genuine Carter and Strombcrg
carburetors and parts. El Reno
Apartments for Rent
4-room furnished. Bills paid. 704
Desirable. Comfortably furnished.
Priced right. Close-in. 420 South
3 rooms, electric refrigerator. Avail-
able 1st. 414 North Rock Island.
Houses for Sale
3 room modem duplex, only $25.00
month. Phone 698-J.
1 furnished and 1 unfurnished
anartment. Bills paid. Private
baths. Lyons apartments, call 430.
Furnished or unfurnished apart-
ment at 418 West Wade Call
C. L. Everett. 787 or 1261.
3 room unfurnished, upstairs, pri-
vate bath. 114 North Barker.
Phone 970-M. Adults.
2-story house, close-in. Arranged
for home or income. Carpeted
wall to wall downstairs. 4 nice
rooms and bath upstairs and down-
stairs. New double garage. Central
heating. By owner, 405 North
4-room unfurnished, private bath.
Call 345 business hours.
3 room unfurnished, private bath.
203% South Rock Island. Phone
4 room furnished. Attractive. 825'4
South Hadden. Phone 1263.
4 room modern, newly decorated
duplex. Unfurnished. Call 1430.
For overhaul Jobs get free estimate
at Tom Avant's Motor. All Jobs
guaranteed. Phone 89.
Houses for Rent 47
4-room rock house, $65 month. 419
South Rock Island. Phone 786.
Lee's Super deluxe tires. Burgess
Service Station. 220 8outh Choc-
taw. Phone 921.
Passenger flats 50c; recaps 7:10x15.
$9.50: tractor tire repairs. Hahn
Bros.. Ill East Wade. Phone 1327.
3-room semi-modern, bull t-lns.
Nice garage. 101 North O.
3-room house, partly furnished. 1400
Here Is a real buy. 6 rooms and
glassed In back porch, floor fur-
nace, 75-foot front, double garage,
price $5,500. Possession in 30 days.
Located in Lincoln school dlstrct.
See R. A. Bruce, exclusive agent.
We have all sizes and prices of
houses, farms and acreages. Pred
Ball. Phone 416.
Several houses and lots for sale.
Bob Thorp 100 North Rock Is-
land. Phone 41.
Lots for Sale 58
100x300 foot building site on South
Reno. Priced to sell. Phone 1427-R.
Real Estate Wanted 59
Listings wanted on good 4. 5 and
6 room homes. Must be In good
location, close to schools. Timber-
lake Agency, across from postoffice.
2-room modern furnished cottage.
No garage. No children, please.
4 room modem house, floor fur-
nace. hardwood floors. 2380-L-4.
Help Wanted, Male 25 _ __
Wanted:' Experienced tmdTdriver 3'room unfurnished modem house,
with lumber yard experience. Phone 1331-W.
Lumber Company. Yukon, Okla. Second floor office space, over Ste-
phenson Drug. Inquire L. Bab-
cock. Jr. Phone 207.
Experienced filling station attend-
ant. Apply in person Dixie
Ticket agent wanted Apply in
person Union Bus station.
Rent: Office space, 2 rooms. Citi-
zens National Bank Building.
Will do baby sitting evenings. Call
tiood Things To Eat 30
Fat baking hens and battery-fed
caponett fryers. 1214 East Ash.
The best chill you ever ate. Home-
made. We make It. 65c pound.
Choice poultry, dressed and drawn
while you wait. Hardy Produce,
111 North Rock Island. Phone 183.
Wearing Apparel 31
Sale: Black tuxedo, size 38. Like
new. Phone 1390-J.
Household Goods for Sale 32
Dinette suite. 5-plece. $10.00.
William Barber. 806 West Elm.
2-piece living room suite, wine color
with wood trim, real bargain;
large size channel back overstuff
chair, blue velour, $25.00; lady's
writing desk, walnut finish, $25.00;
coffee table, walnut finish, with
glass top, $10.00; table top gas
range. $35.00. Booth-Relter Furni-
Miscellaneous for Rent 51
We have an electric floor polisher
for rent. Also vacuum sweeper,
75c per day. Mallonee’s.
Business Property for Sale 54
We have good business property on
North Rock Island. See me at
once if you are Interested in a good
Investment. Tlmberlake Agency,
across from postoffloe.
Acreages for Sale 56
Will sell or trade commercial site,
1,300 feet highway frontage, 1/2
mile south Rock Island overpass,
south side of curve on highways
66-270-81, 12 acres, for good 3-
bedroom home. Phone 1406-R.
The Local Market-Place for Buyer
and Seller—Tribune Want Ads!
Houses for Sale
5 room modem home, garage, va-
cant. West Hayes, $4,200; 5 room
modern, floor furnace, garage, paid
paving, Central school district,
1 $3,750; 4 room modern, near Web-
ster school, $3,000. McCartney
Agency. Phone 847 or 240.
Pets and Livestock
4 large hogs for sale. 400 North
Mattresses made or rebuilt. Up-
holstering done. Dm the rage and
Boone Factory. Phone 2195 or 788-J.
Painting, paperhanging and textur-
ing. Chris Flout. Phone 1534-L-4.
Let us put that Idle appliance to
work for you. We repair sweepers,
washers, Irons, toasters, waffle
bakers and coffee makers. Young-
blood Electric. 205 South Bickford
If you want that sewing machine
really repaired call Roy Willey,
218 WMt Wade, 2676. Parte for all
Plano tuning. Call Franklin, 1166
after 6 p. m. Permanent resident
Efficient refrigeration and appliance
service. We do It right! Rush
Refrigeration, 217 South Choctaw.
Electric motor rewinding and re-
pair. Generator exchange. AU
Fork guaranteed. Loren’s Electric.
116 WMt Wade. Phone 2070. raal-
For dependable refrigeration and
appliance service call Barra Re-
frigeration 106, nights 714-R or
U—d Cara for Salt_21
IMS Chrysler 4-door, perfect con-
dltlon, new tine; 1048 Ford fordor.
aloe condition. Mlllwee Brae.
Sale: Piggy gilts; butchering hogs.
L. D. Todd, 9 miles west on 66.
Poultry, Feed. Supplies 38
Baby chicks ready for delivery,
Tuesday, January 9. Book your
order now. All popular breeds. El
Reno Hatchery. Phone 1717.
Must sell! One man International
hay baler, used 2 years; side
delivery rake; International model
A tractor with power-lift cultivator,
16-Inch plow; 3 section harrow;
tandem disc; Rotnbug; horse drawn
disc; sulky rake. All In good shape.
Contact J. C. Standlfer, 821 East
Foreman. Phone 1138-J.
Miscellaneous for Sale 42
8 and 814-inch Skll saws; electric
paint sprayers; 28,50.75 and 100-
foot heavy duty extension cords;
electric motors; 26-gallon galvanized
garbage cans; aluminum grain
scoops; ensilage forks; chicken
waterers Farmers Hardware.
Fencing—IVfc-lnch by 6)4-foot creo-
eoted round posts, guaranteed 28
years, at only 44c Mch. American
special 2 point barbed wire, at I8J5
a spool Long-Bell Lumber Oo., 290
Apartments for Rent 49
Furnished garage apartment, elec-
tric refrigerator. 719 South Rock
4-room furnished, private bath,
private entrance. Electric refrig-
erator. 614 South Evans.
2 large rooms, front and back porch.
Ground floor. Refrigerator. Phone
3 bedroom brick home. Gadberry
addition. “GI" loan. $250 down,
$88 per month. L. C. Gadberry.
Have several "GI" equities. Houses
in all parts of town. Gene Stans-
bury. Phone 588.
$900 buys “GI" equity in new home,
Including Westlnghouse Laundro-
mat and Electrolux refrigerator.
Owner transferred. McCartney
Agency. Phone 847 or 240.
Nice 3-room semi-modern, good
location, In Fair Addition, $2,000.
4-room modern home, 1750 down,
$40 monthly. Jess W. Haydon,
7 rooms, 3 bedrooms, floor furnace
and air-conditioner. Possession in
10 days. $6,000. By owner, 715 Sun-
LONDON. Dee. 29—<U.fi>—British
defense experts are looking for al-
ternatives to the Suez canal zone
in expectation of a British with-
drawal from that area when the
Anglo-Egyptian treaty expires in
Well-informed sources said It was
being borne in mind that the next
six years would leave comparatively
short notice for the preparation of
alternative bases. They must be
found and got ready before any
withdrawal from the canal zone
could be undertaken.
This study of alternative bases
was said to be connected with the
visit to London of General Sir
Brian Robertson, middle east com-
mander In chief.
It was pointed out that Robert-
son recently had toured the capi-
tals of all middle east countries
and that his arrival in London
coincided with the Anglo-Egyptian
talks on Egypt’s demands for a
revision of the 1936 treaty.
Might Cut Forces
Informed sources said it could
be assumed that If satisfactory al-
ternative bases could be established,
there would be reason to suppose
Britain would be ready to withdraw
a proportion of her forces In the
canal zone and so show readiness
to meet the Egyptian demands for
the withdrawal of all British forces.
Also It was pointed out that de-
fense experts nowadays were not
inclined to place great emphasis
on the canal zone from the view-
point of middle east defenses as a
"The last war showed that troops
In the canal zone were there pri-
marily to defend the canal itself
and that they could not be counted
on to take part In the defense of
areas such as the Persian oil centers
which are a thousand miles distant,”
informed quarters said.
Turkey Held Key
Informed quarters said the new
strategic concept tended to place
greater emphasis on Turkey as the
heart of middle eastern defenses
and that this Idea was finding In-
creasing approval by United States
They said middle east strategy
was studied today in terms of Iran
becoming the russlan Invasion route
aimed at assuming control of the
fountainhead of the west’s strategic
An expert explained;
“Today there Is not the pressing
need to defend the canal to ensure
oil supplies which can now be piped
to the Mediterranean. It Is neces-
sary, however, to have bases for
the defense of the center of supplies
both In Iran and Iraq.
"It would be outmoded strategy
to assume that defense forces in
the canal zone could play their part
In such strategy and that Is the
main reason for defense experts
looking for alternative bases.”
Scots Say Coronation Stone
Has Returned to Homeland
Out Our Way
By J. R, Williams
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LONDON, Dec. 29 — (U.P) — The
Glasgow Bulletin reported Jubilant-
ly today that England's stolen cor-
onation stone hac, arrived safely
In Scotland. But police doubted 11.
The historic 400-pound Stone of
Scone, on which English monarch*
have been crowned for 600 years,
was ripped from the coronation
chair in Westminster Abbey and
lugged away on Christmas morn-
The Scottish newspaper head-
lined its editions today. "The Stone
If Back!” It said 'hat nti anony-
mous man telephoned last night,
described himself as a conspirator
and reported the stone was "safe-
ly In Scotland.”
Scotland has uecn trying to got
bt-k the “Stone of Destiny" ever
since King Edward I removed It to
England In 1297. The stone, on
which Scottish kings had been
crowned since the fifth century,
now is supposed to symbolize the
English monarch's sovereignty over j
Scotland Yard was frankly skep- 1
tlcal of the Glasgow Bulletin re-
port and was inclined to write it
pfl as the work of a prankster.
A special conference of Scotland
Yard's top operatives was called to
map the greatest search In Brit-
ain's history. They privately ex-
pressed the belief that the stone
still wns in the London area.
Police, suspecting Scottish Na-
tionalists were trying to take th;
stone bock to Scotland, already
were searching every amomoolle,
truck, train and ship bound from
England to Scotland.
Road blocks were established on
all highways leading into Scotland.
If caught, the thieves will face
n possible 10-yenr prison term for
a felony and a possible life sen-
tence for sacrilege. The latter
charge could be brought against
the culprits because the stone was
stolen front Westminster Abbey.
THINK OF TH1
TO PULL A
| A MILLION-
THE Bl£> OVERHEAD
By Dudley Fisher
I JUST WONOER&
IF I COULD STILL
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Boots and Her Buddies
By Edgar Martin
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By Y. T. Hamlin
rI BELIEVE YOU'RE RIGHT, ) ( CAREFUL
OOP...THOSE COULD /—^NOW,
BE EYES! THERE'S f I'M GONNA\ ALL^Y
NO TELLING WHAT -------
LIFE FORMS WE'LL, _______
ENCOUNTER HEREV LOOK/
By Mel Graff
...WELL, THAT'S THE
STOAT, BOBBY J V0U
NEEDN'T OKAY THE IDEA
OS YOU THINK IT'S
And let a scoop
LIKE THIS 60 TO
CAN YOUR WIFE
CARRY A TUNE f
DETECTIVES IN THE STUDIO, / DANGEROUSLY
BUT THERE'S STILL AN / I'M THE ONLY
ELEMENT OF DANGER!
Freckles and His Friends
By Merrill Blosser
YEAH, HP PUT
SALLY IN CHARGE
HIS NEW YEARS
KNOWING WHAT THAT ,
GAL CAN OO X) A BUDGET/
YOU HAVE ENGAGED A
NAME band? er.
WHAT, MAY I ASK, 6
NEW MANAGER NAMED
W. H. Oliver, Coffeyvllle, Kan.,
will replace Vestua Morris as man-
ager of the Southwest Ice and Dairy
Products company here, It was an-
nounced today. Morris is being
transferred to Enid. Oliver and his
wife will move here shortly.
^—k #800/ - J
ano set Hepjr,^pronto/ i. mope
KEEP YOUR PAR™
IN PLAIN SMMT1
More Hash, Stew
Urged for Menus
CLEVELAND, Ohio, Dec. 29—(U.R)
—If you have a champagne taste
you'll pay champagne prices, Louis
Kahn of Cincinnati sold here.
Kahn was speaking of meat, and
he compared the sparkling, wine to
the finest cuts of steak.
"Homemakers should remember
there are plenty of other good cuts
of meat and plenty of appetising
ways to serve them,” Kahn said.
‘ Women should Include more hash
and stew In their husbands' me-
Kahn advised 'women to shop
alone for meat If they wanted leas
txipenslve cuts. When the man of
the house goea near the meat coun-
ter, hes likely to buy
roasts and ehope, he said.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 59, No. 259, Ed. 1 Friday, December 29, 1950, newspaper, December 29, 1950; El Reno, Oklahoma. (https://gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc921099/m1/5/: accessed April 22, 2021), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, https://gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.