The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 54, No. 20, Ed. 1 Friday, March 23, 1945 Page: 3 of 6
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Friday, March 23, 1945
[Hopper Is Named
[To Head Regents
|NORMAN. Mar. 23 — (Special)—
C. Hopper, Eufaula lawyer who
« been a inember of the Unlver-
p of Oklahoma board of regents
ice 1839. has been elected preai-
nt of the group for the coming
|W. R. Wallace. Oklahoma City,
named vice president, and E.
, Kruettll. secretary of the unlver-
p. was re-elected secretary of the
■A graduate of Northeast Texas
bathers college, Commerce, and
le law school at the University of
Texas, Hopper has practiced law In
Bufaula since toil. Active In civic
bettermen, Hopper has served as
president of the Lions club, chair-
man of the McIntosh county Boy
Scout committee, and for 11 years
was a member of the Commerce
board of education. For 20 years
he has served as a member of the
board of stewards of the First Meth-
El fteno, (Okia.) Daily Tribune
flCHT MISERY B
There you feel It-rub %
f'roat, chest and lflWRw
k with time-tested W VAwoRue
NORMAN. Mar. 23 — (8peclal>—
Arthur Ortenburger, Jr„ University
of Oklahoma graduate of 1044, has
been awarded the Meats scholarship
at the Harvard medical school In
The scholarship, which Is avall-
, able only for first year students.
; entitles the student to attend the
| school for four years.
[ Arthur's father. Dr. A. I. Orten-
| burger, Is chairman of the depart-
ment of animal biology at O. U.
• Published In The El Reno Dally
Tribune. El Reno, Oklahoma. March
Oeneral Fund. Fiscal Year 1044-1045
Canadian County, Oklahoma
- GOVERNING BOARD
I To the Hon enable Excise Board,
I of Canadian County, Oklahoma.
We hereby certify that, under au-
thority of 8ectlon 12680, O. 8. 1031,
the Public Welfare of Canadian
County (Municipality) requires ad-
ditional appropriations for current
expenses In the fund above named,
herein detailed and submitted as Ex-
hibit "B" hereof, and that we submit
for cancellation unencumbered bet-
“h™* leas urgently needed detailed
In Exhibit' A," hereof for which cur-
rent revenues and levies have been
provided. We respectfully request
that you reappropriate said revenues
and levies to the extent Berlin de-
tailed and scheduled.
Done In a meeting of the Govern-
ing Board of said Municipality, as
recorded In the minutes of the Sec-
rotary or Clerk of said Board, and
sit lied at El Reno. Oklahoma, this
-2nd day of March, 1045.
F. C. McKINNEY.
R. O. COURTNEY
c. E. BROS8. Clerk.
Exhibit "A.” Appropriation Acoounto
Having Unencumbered R.l.n-y,
Pr°F“*d for Cancellation in Gen-
eral Fund of aald Canadian Coun-
ty f?Lih* F,*ral Vear ending June
Nome Of Proposed
A«rt. Appropriation For
No. Amount Cancel.
Gf!!iG Vi T
THE STORY: Nick Trent telle
Inspector Marks everything ho
knows about the Calavestrl com
and turns over the amulet to him. ______ _____
Marks later learns that Booker has distributor head. Joubert died
i*’® *,mUM Now p,t clo««l her eyes and shook
Is ptnbaMy the key-stone of the IS.- her head.
•00.0CO Oatermann collection which
disappeared when the Naals Invaded
Poland. A plane whleh Nick and
Charley lake up haa been tampered M,vh. ... . , .
with and they eraakland. Maybethey think I know some-
- - - i thing that I ought not to know. Or
maybe someone just thinks that I
"Somebody slugged Joubert. the
mechanic who had serviced Char-
ley's plane, put him In the tool lock-
er. and then put graphite In the
But Nick, why?"
To Conduct Rovlval
-ho Nails Invalid .«* .. . ..
A plane whleh Nick and n.c m?xei. ,T«.^*y ^ f°‘
me mixed up with somebody else.
killed Calavestrl and is looking for
Back at the Sugar w. couldn't ^TSSLtlL ‘°
find the mechanic. But we found --s *?^th * ,bMt lt-
Joubert. He was In the tool locker Whmt c*n y°u do?"
and the back of his head was e I Perh#P* ,f I slipped off quietly
dreadful sight. He had been slug- !for * few days—alone—"
—i —----- "Alonel" Pat broke In and shook
her heed. ''No, Nick!"
“A little solitude might work won-
ged with a StiUson and he was
quite dead. Meanwhile In the distri-
butor head of the plane they found
graphite which had fouled the
points, killing the motor but giving
me nothing more than a few add-
ed gray hairs.
We went up In Cuddy Naylor's
It’S a live subject with telephone people.
They're doing a lot of research and planning
What doat tho telephone company
havo in mind?
Two main points. One is to improve the service
over existing lines. The other is to extend tele-
phone service to families not reached by
What ato some of the nowidoat
for farm tolophono service ?
One that has a lot of promise is to send tele-
phone conversations over electric power lines.
Another is a new, stronger telephone wire that
requires fewer poles and has greater resistance
to storms. A third is a radiotelephone system
to reach people in remote spots.
is tolophono service over power linos
Yes. Bell telephone scientists began working
on it in 1938 and started field tests with the
REA in 1940. Before the war interrupted, it
was clear that a suitable system could be
The postwar farm telephone job will be big.
But the combination of telephone research and
the know-how of practical telephone men is
the best key to progress.
SOUTHWESTERN BILL TKLEPHONK CO.
g-8—Upkeep R. prop.
—Hosp. Med. Atten.
Q-12D—Burial of Poor
R-14A—Comm Is. Proceed.
9-BSA—Mat. & Upkeep
Totals . . $4 288 50
Exhibit “B." Additional Approprla-
lions Requested For Remainder of
Fiscal Yeor Ending Jane 30, IMS.
Beet, of Appropriation Ain't.
No. Account Rea nested
C-3—Travel Expense ? 1000
F-l—Salaries _______ 300 00
G-5A—Supplies . .... 150.00
Q-l—Salaries 88 88
R-5—Janitor's Supplies 50 00
R-11C—Water Ac Ice ______ 150.00
R-13—Election Expense 500.00
6-B8A—Hlway Equipment 3,808.00
"A little solitude might kill you.
Then out of Pat'a pretty head
... we... up Hi i;uaay rtayiors cam* an «nchantlng idea. I fell In
office where the Venetian blinds ]love w,th lt *nd later learned how
made prison bars on the floor.' *althless the objects of first love
Charley sat in a big leather chair I can “metimes be.
smoking with intense preoccupa- "Unless." she said "you went to
tlon as If he relt that he was lucky jT,lr Ledges."
to have the clgaret. j "The Ledges.” I said and I grln-
"Look. Nick," he said, "there’s nFd w,th P>«*»ure. "Pat, you've got
getting to be something unpleasant' 1
| Child MbrtRlity Rate
l Increases in India
1 CAIRO. Mar. 23—(U.B—Mortality
| rate among children under five
1 years old In Egypt has reached one
child dying In every two born, ac-
cording to the infant and maternity
j welfare department report to the
i ministry of public health.
: To reduce the rate, second high-
est In the world, health authorities
suggested more Infant and mater-
nity welfare centers and a rise In
cultural end economic standards ai
Authorities also advocate e tec
on bachelors end e family allow-
ance to encourage marriage.
RALES — RENTALS — REF ABB
Raw end SseeeaWlmiS
Typewriter Dept. Phene MS
Rev. Ben A. Etheredgc of Okla-
homa City will begin a revival Sun-
day morning at the Bible Baptist
church. He Is described by Rev.
David A. Cavln. local pastor, as "a !
man of exceptional ability, one who
knows how to ably present the gos-
pel story of Christ." The first live
sermons that Rev. Etheredgc will
preach are "Life I11 the Storm," |
"The Unchanging Christ In a Chang- 1
lng World," “When Ood Shakes the
Heaven—What Remains?" “Where
the Lights Oo Out on the Road to
Hell" and "Who Will Be on the ,
Reception Committee When We
Enter Heaven?” The revival will
continue through Apr. 1.
<Te Be Continued)
ly fatal about you.
“I'm like Typnoid Mary,” I an-
SrwJLSLS! ““I Home Grown
S.T EZVS. n' Plants Favored
It any of my business?” STILLWATER, Mar. 23—(Special)
I sighed. —"Home grown plants mature earl-
ier, give larger yields and better
To Riding Bicycle
ENID. Mar. 23—(U.R)—The build-
ing of a city can be compared with
riding a bicycle—you,, must keep go-
ing forward to keep in balance.
Tills was the advice given the
Lions club here by E. A. McFarland,
recently named secretary of the
Enid chamber of commerce.
He said three Important things to
remember In building a city were
to study the problems and map
them; enlist the manpower so all
men will play on the same team;
pool efforts and finances and pres-
ent a united front.
• CLUB BREAKFASTS
• CAFETERIA LUNCHES
• DELICIOUS DINNER8
Sandwiches and Short Orders
Rate Increase April 1st
If you are interested in RETIREMENT WITH PAY when
you reach age 55, 60 or 65 it will pay you to arrange for it today
for on April 1st there will be a considerable increase in rate by
the Northwestern Mutual in this type of contract.
If you are interested in a safe investment, one that will pay
your family an income in case of your death—or if you live, a
life income to yourself at age 55, 60 or 65—call or write me before
April 1st. I will be glad to explain the safe certain plan of sav-
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any other plan of investment. Do it today.
A wonderful plan to start for your boy or girl.
RAY MAHER, Agent
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
FOR LOW COST INSURANCE
Citizens Bank Bldg.
El Reno, Okla.
Phone 247 or
"I don’t blame you, Charley. I
think even Pat imagines that I
spent most of my time at The
Claridge with sloe-eyed Mata Ha-
ris. I don't know what It's all
"As a matter of fact today's lit-
tle Incident, lt seems to me, Is
“Somebody must think you still
have Calavestrl's diamond."
“Even so," I said. “Why kill
“Imagine the Oetermann diamonds
In some vault In. let us say, War-
saw." Charley locked his hands
behind his head and stared at the
celling. "Word comes that the Ger-
mans are breaking through end
on the verge of taking the capital—
and, of course, the Oatermann col-
lection. That's five million dollars.
They go out of Warsaw in a car or
a motorcycle or on a hayrack that
someone has stolen or murdered for:
By now that five million dollars Is
anybody’s who has the courage to
take lt. But they're still Just amaz-
ingly hard and shiny pieces of
stone that you can't eat. So some-
one puts them In a velvet sack or
In a belt around his waist and
takes a boat from Liverpool. May-
be he has to give two or three
stones away as a bribe. He gets to
America and in order to give the
whole deal the odor of sanctity he
engages the services of an Interna-
tionally known person who might
very plausibly have come Into pos-
session of the stones legally.”
“Calavestrl,’’ I said.
"Very likely,” replied Charley.
“And she knows the gems are stol-
en and Is not above stealing them
for herself. In the collection is
this talisman with the Ironic word
PAX scratched on the back. That’s
the key to the whole shooting
match. She lifts it. or mny be
they let her take lt as a sample,
and she has lt in her bag when she
meets a credulous gentleman from
the New World.”
"All right." I said. “Credulous or
not. I take the amulet and give it
to the police and Calavestri gets her
throat cut. Oo on from there."
Charley took his hands from be-
hind his head.
“I can't. Unless—” He frowned
as he stared at his knuckles—"un-
less Calavestrl might have thought
you were privy to the whole thing.
She might have been trying to make
a deal with you leaving Booker out
In the cold.”
But that's as far as we got.
* * *
Pat and I had dinner in sight of
a marsh that sometimes heard, in
the early morning, the echoing sound
of a hunter's gun. And I held my
tongue until on the way home we
struck the Sunday traffic near the
refineries and a couple of planes
from the airport drifted over the
“Pat." I said. “I’d better tell you
about this morning now before some-
body else does."
She faced me questionly.
"Charley's plane was tampered
with,” I said. "We landed in the
Her eyes widened. I continued
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Mottoes and Plaqnm
Pictures — Greeting Cards
Stationary and School Supplies
A. R. WILLIAMS
stands than those from out of state.”
says F. A. Romshe. horticulturist at
Oklahoma A. and M. college.
This is true.” the horticulturist
explains, "because home grown
plants continue growth almost im-
mediately, their root systems do
not require the two weeks neces-
sary for adaptation, and generally
such plants are less likely to be
diseased.” The buyer also has a
better chance to get varieties adapt-
ed to local conditions.
In three years of research work
at A. and M„ home grown cabbage
yielded an average of 10.7 tons per
acre while shipped in plants yield-
ed 4.8 tons. The largest difference
in cabbage yield for a one year
period was 8.4 to 1.5 of shipped in
plants. Tests on tomato yields
show that home grown plants
have twice the yield of shipped In
To Aid Disabled
WASHINGTON, Mar. 12 -<U.R>—
Veterans guidance centers have
been set up In 50 educational insti-
tutions throughout the country
under agreements with the veter-
The centers will provide advice
and guidance to veter.ms with
service-connected disabilities which
are pensionable and whlcii con-
stitute vocational handicaps.
The veterans administration said
other centers would be set up as
the need appears. The number
eventually will reach "several
While undergoing courses, dts- ,
abled veterans are paid pensions !
of $92 a month If single and $103.50
a month if married. Additional al- I
lowances are made for dependents.
The government pays for any
course for a maximum period of
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STARTING NEXT WEEK
A representative from THE CANADIAN MILL AND
ELEVATOR COMPANY will call at various homes in the
City of El Reno and surrounding trade territory.
The housewife at each home visited, will be presented with $5.00 in War
Savings Stamps, if she can show our representative a sack of CANADIAN’S
BEST FLOUR residing in the kitchen. These visits will be made upon va-
rious days in the week, for five consec utive weeks. The names of the house-
wives receiving War Savings Stamps will be published the following week.
Sounds too good to be true doesn’t it ladies? There are no “strings"
attached. You just make your regular purchase from your grocer of
CANADIAN’S BEST (Modernized) FLOUR, either plain or self-rising mix,
and then listen for a knock on your door.
CANADIAN’S BEST FLOUR is, as you know, milled right here in El
Reno in one of the most modern and u p-to-uaie plants in the Southwest. By
using this laboratory tested flour you help guard and maintain the good
health of your family.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
Canadian’s Best (Modernized) Floor
"HONEST MAKING INSURES PERFECT BAKING"
If you are out of CANADIAN'S BEST FLOUR,
send Hubby rushing to the green No
War Savings Stamps
Canadian Mill &
3 ' \ k m7
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