The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 53, No. 226, Ed. 1 Tuesday, November 21, 1944 Page: 4 of 6
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El Reno, (Okla.) Daily Tribune
The El Reno Daily Tribune This is it!
Tuesday, November 2
A Blur Ribbon Newspaper Serving a Blue Ribbon Community
’ssiied daily except Saturday from 207 South Rock Island avenue.
• tnd entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1870.
RAY J. DYER
Editor and 1‘uhlislier
Tlie ASSOCIATED PRE.SS is exclusively entitled to the use of re-
publicnUon of all the news dispatches credited to it or not credited by
this paper, and also to all thn local news therein.
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DAILY SUBSCRIPTION RATES BV MAIL IN CANADIAN AND
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES
One Week $ .20 Three Months $1.50
Three Months $2.25 Six Months $3.00
One Year $8.00 One Year $5.00
Including Sales Tax
Tuesday. November 11. IM4
Lower creatures are slain and devoured by stronger creatures, but
liar is an anesthetic and they suffer no pain. The mounluin lion is
necessary to the nicunlain she* p, without him disease would destroy
the whole flock: Tlie Lord is Rood to all. and ills tender mercies are over
all his works—Psalm 145:9.
YEAR’S necessity hits uncovered many technolojrical im-
provements which, when peucetime production re-
sumes. will add to Ihr comfort, efficiency and economy of
consumer living. Antonp them are several that will affect
the textile industry, notably rurieaH Hosiery, blue serjro
thnt won’t shine, wrinkleproof suits, shrink-proof woolens I
with three times their present wearing qualities.
Such improvements have never been receiver! with
shouts of tmmixod joy, for they can mean fewer sales or
the obsolescence of an entire industry. So manufactuters
have on occasion banded together to keep an improved
product off the market.
Rut public knowledge, public demand and competition
usually prevail. And the country goes on not only lo sur-
\ ive technological Improvements, but to prosper under
Most industrial leaders have long s.nce learned the .. Those eight months
fuels t.l economic lite, and have decided that progress isn t Mmyuerits ciia
Private Preger Abroad
I'rrscntlng Eads Assomhlrd
by the Foreign Service
Division nr Uic Office of
tteliiiiri I he Scenes
Hy Ernest Foster
United Press Cormirondt-nl
BV PETER EDSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
IOIiLYWOOD Nov. 21
fatal. Hut in the last few days a dissenting opinion has
pepped up from another quarter in the contract between
l’residint James (’. I’etrillo of the American Federal ion of
Musicians, and the cmnitry’s phonograph reeoivl makers.
* * *
AFTER months of persistent defiance. Pefillo forced
these companies to pay a royalty on every item of re-
corded music sold. The royalties will not go lo the musi-
cians t ha< I he companies employ. Rather, says Petrillo,
’lay will go to musicians who are not employed. (The War
l.aboi Hoard found, when it ordered Petrillo to lift his
recording ban, that “no piesent, important unemployment
of musicians exists.”)
What the royal'y actually means is th-.t the companies
an taxed by the union for the privilege of staving in busi-
ness. I’ttvMlo earlier had succeeded in taxing radio sta-
tions indirectly to the same end hy forcing them to hire
extra, unwanted, unneedeu musicians on threat of a gen-
eral strik-g 1 'ndor present laws the government seems pow-
i rh ss to halt this private taxation.
* $ vf
1 th* .‘ii’vc -i.ws there is v> apparent roastMi vhv
the heads of garment and hosiery workers’ unions, if
they wished, could not collect royalties from makers’ of
rimless stockings, shineless pants and long-yearing fabrics
it those products meant fewer sales and fewer iobs There
is no reason why cleaning and pressing unions could not
collect from the wrinkleproof suit manufacturers for the
Petrillo wasn’t around early enough to help Ihe har-
ness makers and buggy stripers collect royalties from the
auto manufacturers, or aid the
from the screen mine cIom to ruin-
ing tier srlf-Hssiirnncp.
• "I did three lending roles in a
row," Miss Chapman explained
"They were the feminine leads in
'Destroyer,' Appointment in Ber-
lin' and 'My Kingdom for a Cook
"Because of their release dates
following rapidly upon one an-
other, the studio fell that if I did
other pictures immediately, it
would be too many. The question
of another good part also entered
"So I mad.* personal appear-
ances and went on bond tours nil
over (nr country. That went on for
rluht months. All the time I felt
I was losing contort with the bus-
iness of ratting.
"When finally I Was celled back
to Columbia for tin rote opposite
Paul Muni m ‘Counterattack,' I
Telt I hnd lo: t my confidence
somewhere along the line.
"Maybe it waiikln" idle t estab-
lished sUii:, tnat wav. hut it old
me. I caught myself wondering
Whether the studio actually wa.s
Waiting that long foi a good role
or whether they believed I didn't
have any ability."
It was a strange feeling, Miss
Chapman said, and once or twice
she was on the .verge of begging
“M.v ego was gone," she said.
PROVISION for an International Court of Justice to be the judicial
1 army of the United Nations,organization is colled for in Chapter
VII of Ihc Dumbarton Oaks proposals for a United Nations charter,
hut tho statute which would create this court is not set forth.
Instead it is proposed that tho Permanent Court of International
Justice, the so-called World Court *et up at The Magie as part of
the framework of the old League of Nalions, lie
revi i (I to meet the new situation; nr else that a new
Court lie set up by an entirely new International
agreement. In any event, it is proposed that the
statute setting up the new Court be made a part of
the United Nations charter, which will be drafted
in final form at conferences of all the nations next
When the old Court is revamped or the new one
set up, il is proposed thnt all the nations adhering
to ihr charter would automatically signify their
adherence to ihe statutes of the Court. It is pro-
vided however, thnt countries not members of the
United Nations organization could—by permission
of (he General A .,nobly -ub-cribe to tlie statute creating the Inter-
national Court ol Justice and they could use il for settlement of their
disputes with other notions.
WASHINGTON. NOV. 21 —<Spe-
"" dal i—Nazi authorities recent-
ly announced new economic decrees
designed to conserve tas and coal In
After n 30 percent cut In the dis-
tiibutlon of cooking gas, the Nazis
told German housewives they would
have to do without gas entirely two
days out of each month, according
to the Basle newspaper National- '
Meanwhile, the North German j
edition of the Voolklscher Beobach-
ter announced a ban on the supply
of coal to theaters and declared |
that "households have been advised
to start heating as late as possible."
"Whoever can collect branches,
tree slumps and cones should do
•so." the Nazi newspaper said. "Loose
weed should be user! to a great ex-
tent as household fuel."
* * *
TAPANE8E authorities are now
conciliating an investigation of so-
called "neighborhood association"
factories because these subcontract-
ing units are not operating on the
selfless basis upon which they are
supposed to run. according to a re-
cent Tokyo broadcast.
The "neighborhood associations."
tlie basic units of Japan s mass to-
talitarian party ithc Imperial Rule
Assistance association), consist of
families living close to each other.
When war broke out. a number of
: these associations set up small fae-
1 tories and began producing war
goods on a subcontracting basis.
This subcontracting work was sup-
posed to be carried out on a "non -
profit" basis, but apparently mem-
bers of the "neighborhood associa-
tions" saw an opportunity to make
a little profit on the nrrangemeht.
In announcing the beginning of an
investigation, the Tokyo radio said
some of the association plants had
turned out lo be nothing more than
"joint slock companies "
early to plow the garden.
# * #
of tlie sti
By Tom M. Marks
County Agent At Large
Look and Learn
, — barber's union in twsessing:
. 1 s.i etj i am makers. But he has shown a later genera- I "All the assurances of my friend <
110,1 a. successful pattern for penalizing: scientific advance- (1i(ln t lieh> much, other girls un-
niOPl in industry. der contract were kept busy. I was
\\ r du not for a moment think or suggest th-at any
other dabor leaders are going to follow Petrillo’s example.
,! lhat not lessen the need of changing laws and
policies which make such an example possible.
'IT is foreseen that members of' Ihe International Court of Justice
■ would be elected by the General Assembly of the United Nations.
A.-idc from that. however, it i not proposed that the General Assembly
or (lie Security Council would have any rontrbl river the Court, or
vice versa. . •
Whether ihe Security Council would be obliged to enforce the
decision of the International Court of Justice is a matter still to be
decided: ..Lo whether i* would be the General Assembly which would
he einpnwcicd lo recommend to tho nations modifications in the code
of Interiiiitino I law on which tlie Court would base its decisions.
All stir'll question.' ol course presuppose that the United Nations
iirganization is nine kind of super-government with distinct legislative
and judicial function:. It very decidedly is not. The experts who met
at Dumbarton Oak to draw lip the proposals for a United Nations
charter steered very definitely away from any ideas of creating n
-U|iei -government. '
Tlie General As emlily may only recommend to the United Nations
proposals lor new international agreements. It is the individual nations
themselves which will ratify such agreements.
The Security Council mav only recommend that certain nations in
dispute take vheir troubles to the International Court of Justice. But
there i and there can lie no compulsion in the Court's activities. It
is merely a convenient international bar of justice, available for the
um* of nations which voluntarily want to tia\* disputes settled by
| 1. Under what circumstances are
the following titles used: ia> Queen
Consort, ib) Queen Dowager. ic>
2. What are the three main
3. What do the Choctaws. Mo-
' hawk-, an i the Brackets have in
4. In the United States, what
does n green buoy maik?
5. What is a rcnlform leaf?
1. fa) For the wife ol the reign-
ing king, ibi for the widow of
a deceased king, tc) for the queen
wlio.se son Is the reigning sovereign.
2. White, yellow and black races.
3. They are all figures in ice-
4. A sunken wreck.
OTILLWATER. Nov. 21- 'Special i
^ —Deep tall plowing is the be
ginning of a more productive sea-
son next year. Fall plowing alone
has many advantages In itself and
deep fall plowing is even better. Go
deep enough to turn up soil that
lias never seen tlie light ot dav. Soil
from this depth brought to the
surface will be lifeless and of little
value for plant growth when first
turned up. but give our winters nine-
ty to n hundred days to work it over
and it will be in shape to support
plants In a big way.
Deep plowing also breaks up that
layer of sub-surface soil just undel'
the normal plow depth that so of-
ten forms to break contact between
top and sub-soil after several years
plowing at the same depth.
Precede the plowing with a liberal
application of barnyard manure and
tlie results will be even more sat-
Mi- lit be a good idea to utilize
Thanksgiving guests that helped
celebrate by eating tco much to get
the garden plowed—a pretty good
way to work off an accumulation of
energy and Thanksgiving is not too
* gieeiinc and show is
liieey. A schedule of lute
missions has been linet
plenty of time left for th<
session “huddle" discus
Some of tlie topics on ti
are: "Controlling Caseber
can Diseases." "Harvesl
tices," “Cultivation am
Grove," "Varieties." and
for Increased Yields."
This is not the coniplet
any means but should be
make every nut enthusia
attend. Don't forget th
the place—Dec. 5 and 6,
toiltmi. Ardmore. Get to:
others and attend In a b
don't forget your exhlbi
show. Pound samples of
rleties of both pecans m
as well as seedlings will r<
If you can’t attend, dc
best thing. Send your ex
join the state association
get a copy of the procce
(ilnlli’s and liras
every figure, type am
Mrs. Earl Coo
Phone 517 -IV
5. A kidney-shaped leaf.
Problem a Day
11 you think the djraret shortage is an awful drug on
yon. just remember that it means a pleasant drug for the
Down Memory Lane
Nov. 21. 1934
Hally of the official board of tho First Methodist
church was held Tuesday night when members and their
wives or husbands were .entertained with a 7 o’clock dinner
;it the dining room of the Kerfoot hotel
Alter her return .she was cast in
a picture called "Strange Affair”
mid was riven a stunning ward-
"Bui then we started ’Counter-
attack.’ and I was frightened stiff.
Playing opposite an actor so self-
composed as Paul Muni and wear
ing one out l it consisting ot a
shirt, wool pants and Russian
boots, my Imagination went off on
"Bill Mr. Muni is Peiping me re-
gain my srll-'osiirnnrr Don't let
Lesson in English
WORDS OFTtN MISUSED: Do
not say, "The Invalid is some
better today." Say. tThe Invalid
is scmrwliat bitter today."
m in s 1"1U,S lnxl|'f Pronounce lnp-is laz
n-li. both a’s as in add. first i
111 it, u a- in un ;e, rental i as in
ice, accent both words on first
Jaywalkers Get Tickets
In 15 Michigan Cities
CHICAGO. Nov. 21—(UP)—<Pedes-
trlans a: well as motorists who lg-
nnyone tell vou
hasn't goi ego. He
thnt an actor or BB.vety; cither spelling is correct.
has to have it."
City chamber of commerce booster
tram, hernny approximately 80 business men f-om the
capital, visited in El Reno Wednesday noon enronte home
(rom ti good will tour to Alva.
1 JOLLYWOOD'B film tars turned
* * bond seller, again Monday to
open sixth war loan campaigns at
rallies over th» nation.
EYNONYMo: Lonely, unlrequent-
ed. sequestered, sechidsd.
WORD STUDY: “Use a word
three times and it a. yours." Let
us increase our vocabulary by
mastering one word each da.\. To-
nore traffic m illations will be ar-
rested or given tickets in 15 Mich-
igan cities during November, ac-
cording to the American Municipal
The campaign against pedestrian
idolaters Is part of Michigan's state-
wide safety drive against all of-
fenfees commonly leading to acci-
Tlie circular basin ior a fountain
has a diameter of 24 ft. and is
surrounded by a 5-ft. walk. How
much did the walk cost at 20c. a
$99.11. Explanation—Square 1 2
of 24; multiply by 3.141f> ipii; add
10 to 24; square 1 2 of 34; multiply
by 3.1416; from this result sub-
tract 452.3904; multiply by 0.20.
made ONLY from
cult,,,; A uJtmo^ flmin ( %• 1 ll,l/.w,'t' tho Auri- rally of bond workers at
W o . i administration are receiving more than Minn.
«29,00( ihts week as tho result of executing contracts in After
iXuams1’ PmU,Ct,0n contro' th" rotlnctio",
Ingrid Bergaian opened a break- day’s word: AXIOMATIC. AXIO-
la.st rilly ol 3.600 bond workers at MATICAI.; pertaining to. or of the
Duluth. Minn , and then appeared'nature of, an xiom; self-evident.
a Duluth shipyard and a night
of axiomatic wisdom.'
Oil. LEASES—If you wish to
lease your bind f0r nil and gas
write M. I., fanning. 517 NW 12,
Oklahoma City. Be sure to give
exact description and lowest cash
priec. Tel. 3-1078.
ter t at sjsusm &a?-
R,*lJr.Llhi‘ /"’""‘u election of ^cers Tuesday nijrht the
Htbck.th Indue chose Ihe following loaders; ' Mrs M- i c
Kamm, noble ^pand4 Mrs iforfhn Paei * *,
ah.dvs .TnhnJ h,i Coder, v.ce-frrand; Mrs.
Gladys Johnson, secretary • Mrs M-. ,i u l
Miss Eunice tremor;
trustee ‘Hid V BRndnriinfc fi,m"®ier; Mrs’ H«*«! Hull.ert’,
irusne and E. R. Barnhart, staff captain.
■peaking at a luncheon
rally In Cleveland. Paul Lukas
aliened a seris of Industrial plant
visits Monday afternoon. Alexander
Knox pnrtldpnf'd In the Pennsyl-
vania campaign at Philadelphia and
George Murphy wits booked for a
fhipyard telly to get Ihe Massa-
chusetts campaign underway.
Linda Darnell Joined Knox In
Philadelphia today. Janet Blair
opens n southern tour next Mon-
day with appearance;, at Charles-
ton. S. C.. before selling bonds In
In a business deal closed today Andrew I Smith
formerly ot C inton. acquired the intent of R II Will m
X; “****’«"*■ -n^ich shop. 1*0 East Woodson"
Marion Woodworth, sixth district commander of the
American Legrion, will address the dinner meetinir of El
Reno Post No. 34, Thursday evening to which all ex-ser-
vicc men ano their wives have been invited. The auxiliary
will be represented by Mrs. R. W. Stinson, Chickasha. sixth
district president, ttnd Mrs. Verna Holliday, Anadarko,
district membership chairman.
Treat your face tn Ex-cel-
cis, the cosmetic suitable
for every skin and occasion.
MRS. L. J. GOODE
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Good Dishes Taste Even Better
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4. No waiting to dry. Can be
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