The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1947 Page: 1 of 8
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Volume 55, No. 293
Mama seems properly astounded at her child's precocity and Junior
appears smugly self-satisfied with, perhaps. Just a little touch of ham.
The young '‘strong man” is Andrew Hanlk. Jr., 6 mouths old, of Chicago.
Is Held Invalid
McDonough, gh., Feb. 7——
Superior Judge Claude H. Porter
ruled today that Lieutenant Gov-
ernor M E. Thompson is Georgia's
acting governor and tliat Herman
Talmadge's election by the legisla-
ture was invalid.
The decision, handed down at
Rome, Ga„ ordered the state par-
don and parole board to turn over
records on budgetary matters to
Thompson. An appeal to the Georgia
supreme court was announced quick-
Judge Porter held tliat the legis-
lature could only declare Eugene
Taliuadge, Herman's lather who was
Elected but died befure his inaugu-
ration. had received the majority of
the general election votes and that
Ellis Arnall held*over in the office
until his resignation.
Arnall resigned four days after tile
legislature elected the younger Tal-
madge. Judge Porter ruled that
when he did so, Thompson succeed-
ed to the governorship.
Meanwhile. In auother state court
here, counsel for Taimadge lost to-
day a motion to avoid trial of a
suit challenging his election as gov-
Superior Judge Walter Hendrix
withheld an Immediate ruling on de-
murrers but ordered trial of the
show-down litigation on the muddled
The three Methodist churches at
El Reno are uniting in conducting
a brief leadership training school
for Sunday school teachers, of-
ficers and youth workers, it Was
announced today by Rev. C. L.
Crippin, pastor of the First Meth-
Sessions of the training school
scheduled ltom 7 to 9 p. m.
pundiiy. Monday and Tuesday at
the Central Methodist church.
There will be no enrolment fees
Would Be Recorded
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 7—<(P)
—The attorney general was asked
by Representative Paul Harfcey.
Idabel, today to draw a bill “to
discourage the sale of new auto-
mobiles at black market prices" in
Harkey, a World War H veteran
and a University of Oklahoma law
student, said the bill would be Intro-
duced In the house of representa-
tives as soon as it is drawn.
"My object,’ said Harkey, “is to
protect veterans who need auto-
mobiles trom being victimized by
black market operators in new cars.
“All the honest new car dealers
which whom I have talked are be-
hind this proposed bill 100 percent.
Many reputable dealers cannot get
cars now because of the actions
of the shysters and the black mar-
keteers who are controlling the
Harkey said that under his act.
i each dealer In automobiles would
be required to file an affidavit with
the county clerk telling how much
a new car cost him. Upon sale of
the car, he would be required to file
another affidavit telling for how
much he sold it.
Failure to file such affidavits
would make the dealers liable to
fines of from $2,000 to $10,000 and
imprisonment of from six montlis to
10 years in the state penitentiary.
A tax of 50 percent would be levied
on ail profits on a new automobile
in excess of the standard margin set
Harkey said that under the pro-
posed act, a new car would be de-
fined as one which had been driven
less than 10,000 miles.
To Central For
Cardinals Are Ranked
With Top Teams In
Oklahoma City Area
El Reno highschool Indians will
face one of their severest tests of
the season at 8 p. m. tonight when
they square off against Central's
clicking Cardinals for a non-con-
ference basketball match in the
Cardinal cage at Oklahoma City. |
The dentral hoopsters, boasting a
record of 15 victories in 18 starts,
are conceded to be one of the top
teams in the Oklahoma City area
and are holding second place in the
fast Mid-State conference where
they are outpaced by only the mighty
Capitol Hill Redskins.
The Indians, oil the other hand, I
are kingpins of the Boomer con- ]
ference and have won U of 151
games played thus far.
The Cards' three losses have been
to Classen, by a single point; to
Capitol Hill, by six points; and to
Putnam City, by two points.
The Indians lost to Capitol Hill
by 20 points but tripped Putnam
City 29-23, so the dopesheet indi-
Did y ou Wear
JOHN N. DEMMER. son of Mr.
J and Mrs. Leo Denuner, El
Reno route 1, is one of the 60
students whose names appear on
the mid-year honor roll at St.
Benedict's college, Atchison, Kan.,
where he Is a senior student.
Those listed on the honor roll
have maintained a scholastic
record of B or better in all
courses In which they are en-
Robert Young, son ol Alfred
Young of Los Angeles, Calif.,
formerly of El Reno, was a mem-
ber of the Hollywood Boys Club
football team which won ^he
California championship of the
Boys Club football league during
the past season. Members of the
team were honored recently at
a banquet hi Los Angeles at
which trophies were awarded.
Robert Is the grandson of Mrs.
Vesta Young, 115*4 North Rock
His Own Idea
Speech Lauded By
Others in Cabinet
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 —OP)—'
Democratic Chairman Robert E.
Hannegan said today the "second
term for Truman” boom he launch-
ed last night in New York was
“Strictly” his own idea. |
“I was Just expressing my own
Views," the postmaster general told
reporters at the White House after
a cabinet meeting.
Other cabinet members reported
tliat Hannegan's speech at a postal
supervisors' dinner was discussed
at the cabinet session and that
both Attorney General Tom Clark
and Navy Secretary James V. For-1
restal liad congratulated him on
Influential Democrats in both the
house and senate enthusiastically
Joined Hannegan today in booming
President Truman for re-election
But congressional Republicans, al-
most to a man, found the whole
To Justice Department affalr unexciting and Immaterial.
I They said the GOP would capture
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7—The the White House In 1948 regardless
cates the Cards and the Indians house committee on un-American of the Democratic candidate,
might battle on about even terms activities took up the trail of Com- I Chairman Carroll Reece of the
Europe's Most Needy Countries
Eisler Case Checked
Schooled by Clarence Breithaupt,
munlst spy activities today after Republican national committee had
checking to the Justice department only the following comment on
now serving his 17th year as basket- I whether to deport Communist Ger- 1 Hannegan's call on the president to
ball coach at Central, the Cardinals
invariably give El Reno a rough
Championship Club Shaded
Last season, when the Indians
won 20 of their 21 games, Including
the state championship, their only
loss was to Central. 23-20, in the
final game on the Tribe's regular
schedule before the Indians went , ..
into the regional tourney. Earlier P^vately. ‘It Is merely the first
chanter on Communist esuionage
activities. Some of the succeeding
Blowing Snow At
El Reno Followed
By Bright Sunshine
] Below freezing temperature*,
with bitter north winds and snow
flurries, hit Oklahoma today after
, a mild Thursday and forecasters
said zero readings were In prospect
| lor northern Oklahoma, the As-
sociated Press reported.
| The forecast, however, did not
promise heavy snows which would
give the state moisture badly need-
ed In many areas. Recent high
winds have blown away top soil.
Hleh readings In Oklahoma
Thursday ranged from 54 to 68
j degrees. Overnight lows reported
to the weather bureau all were
'freezing or below.
Snow flurries were reported at
Map shows the six poorest countries I11 Europe and the amounts I numerous points In the state this
of food, clothing and other supplies each will need this year. Figures,! morning. At Ponca City the blow-
totaling $583,000,000, are from a report of the UN committee studying ln*
relief needed now that UNRRA lias ceased functioning In Europe. The
U. 8. committee member thought Italy should get $14,000,000 more, and
Yugoslavia’s allotment cut.
a "dangerous terrorist.”
“That is Just the beginning," a
committee member told a reporter
in the season, El Reno had passed
Starting for Coach Jenks Sim-
mons tonight will be Alfred White-
man and Gerald Stockton, forwards;
Jerome Bushyhead, center; Richard
Dozier and Kendall Sheets, guards.
Central's starters are H. T. Green-
haw and Paul Hansen, forwards;
Torn Churchill, center; Gene Mc-
Collum and Bill Morgan, guards.
chapters will be linked closely to
operations of a Soviet spy ring in
This member said that an Amer-
ican, on whom the committee has
had its eye, was in Canada Ur
June 1944, “and we want to know
why.” - —"»—» —
It may be 10 days, though, be-
fore the committee relates the
additional chapters in open hear-
Tire group has no meeting sched-
uled until Monday when it plans
to ask the house to adout a re-
solution formally citing Eisler for
contempt. Then it would be up to
the Justice department to bring a
contempt case against him in
Chairman J. Parnell Thomas,
NEW ORLEANS, Feb. 7 —UP)—A (Republican, New Jersey) made it
federal grand Jury has ended a j clear the commltte wouldn’t be
nine-month investigation Uito the ! satisfied with a deportation order
wartime activities of war boat against the German-born alien who
‘No Basis’ Uncovered
hardt Easier or try him as a con- Island for re-election
sphator. I “It Is again the voice of Hannegan
The committee itself urged pro- but the hand of Pendergast.”
secution when it heard Eisler des- j Hannegan conferred with Mr. i
crlbed by various witnesses vester- I Truman before he Issued the call
day as the top Communist in I last night but White House Press
America and by his own sister as Secretary Charles G. Ross said it
was a surprise to the president. He
said Mr. Truman hadn't discussed
the matter with the Democratic
Democrats were not surprised by
Hannegan's statement. House Demo-
cratic Leader Sam Rayburn of Texas
commented that he had "already
said a hundred times” that Mr.
Truman would be the Democratic
Senator Walter F. George (Deino-
crju. Georglsj^chatowui of the
senate finance committee, said that
he had always believed Mr. Tru-
man could have the nomination il
ne wanted it.
builder Andrew J. Higgins with the
conclusion that "there Is no basis
for criminal prosecution.”
U. 6. Judge Wayne G. Borah ' gpy ring
today dismissed the grand jury
which was convened last May.
was described as the Kremlin's top
agent among U. 8. Reds and a
possible link hi the Soviet atomic
- “We’re sure we've netted the
, . , , 1 biggest fish of all,” Thomas said,
-M - « Intend to let to.
landing craft carried men ashore on . „
. , , . .. ... every majoi American beachhead 8 .
Another clause would permit fU- of World War n M,d the ^
of the probe was “not a surprise”
but was "most pleasing.”
tng of court actions for triple dam-
Will Be Planned to la6t A Wlmi a al -
Program committee of he Can- Unlted attorney ,rom th„ overthrow the government and
Refuses To Be Sworn
The committee cited the bald
and bespectacled Easier for con-
tempt yesterday when he refused j organizations and state societies.
In Rural Communities
CHICAGO, Feb. 7—(U.PJ—U. 8.
farm and medical leaders met to-
day to re-examine the "serious
problem” of "inadequate” medical the chairman of the planning and
Will Be Proposed
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 7-UuJt)
—House Floor Leader Rhys Evans
of Ardmore said today he would
introduce Monday an administra-
tion bill to reorganize the state
fish and game commission.
Governor Roy J. Turner wants
the bill. He proposes to make the
commission an eight-member board
instead of five with one from each
congressional district who would
serve staggered terms. In addi-
tion, the bill Evans will introduce
will call for a state director of the
commission, rather than a warden.
At the same time, Turner said
he- probably would not change for-
mer Governor Robert S. Kerr's ap-
pointees on the state aviation com-
mission and soli conservation board.
Turner said he would “probably"
ask the state senate to confirm
the following Kerr appointments:
Aviation commission: A. w.
Hayes, Muskogee; EYank Wooten,
Idabel; Guy H. Thrash, Ada; Lloyd
E. Catlin, Oklahoma City; J. C.
Kennedy, Lawton; Raymond Sym-
cox, Cordell; and Walter D. Mauk,
Each represents a congressional
district, with the first district
without an appointment. Turner
said he would make an appoint-
ment In the first district but now
In District Court
snow at one time reduced
visibility to half s mile.
The area from El Reno to ESild,
which had dust Thursday, had a
freak snowstorm early today. Fk>r
half an hour a high wind from the
north blew a heaw snowfall over
I the area. Then the clouds disap-
peared and In mid-morning the sun
Stock Warnings Given
Oklahoma City and nearby Es-
mond experienced a similar storm
between 9 and 10 o'clock, then the
The hlgnway partol asked motor-
ists to stay off the highways unless
Three divorces were granted uj—------ —--------
Judge Baker H. Mclone after hear- their trlP* w®r® urgent.
ings were conducted In Canadian
county district court today, records
In the office of EYank Taylor, court
A divorce decree ’ granted In one
case last September was set aside
during tire day’s court proceedings.
Irene Rosson was divorced from
Robert Lee Rosson after alleging ex-
treme cruelty as grounds for the
Shippers and livestock men were
warned to prepare for tempera-
tures of zero to 5 below In the
northwest .part of the state; zero
to 5 above In the northeast; 10 to
15 In the southeast and southwest.
The cold will continue through
the week-end, the weather bureau
said. Oklahoma la but one of sev-
eral mid-western state* to feel
decree. The plaintiff was given cue-1 the brunt of a cold wave which the
tody of foui* children, Bernice Jean,; weather bureau 1* calling the
U, Loretta Pearl, 7, Wilbur LeRoy,
1, and Joan, 1. A property settlement
was approved by the court. The
plaintiff’s petition for divorce stated
that on May 3, 1946, the plaintiff
obtained a divorce from the de-
fendant in the Canadian county dis-
trict court but that on Nov. 14, 1946,
the couple was remarried at Wheel-
Thelma Cranmcr obtained a de-
cree from Earl Cranmer and a prop-
1 granddaddy” of two previous cold
The worst cold wave ef th*
year, carried on winds of gala
velocity, howled down from the
northern plains and sent tempera-
tures below freezing as far south
as northern Alabama add Missis-
Blizzard Conditions Created
The new Arctic cold blast creat-
ed blizzard conditions throughout
erty settlement was approved. The Minnesota, the Dakotas and sec-
plaintiff was awarded custody ofjUons of Iowa and temperatures
two children, Joyce, 13, and Patsy, ^ much as 45 degrees within
care in rural communities ana
plan action to improve conditions
The second annual national con-
ference on rural health called by
the American Medical association
drew delegates from the American
resources board Is serving as head
of tlig commission. A director's Job
«t h salary of $4,800 was not named
because the money was not avail-
Soli conservation board: Lau-
rence Drake. Gate; P. M. Mangle,
No charges ever had been filed ^ £ ^om ta a witness. It said
against Higgins and no official an
nouncement haa been made of the
grand jury investigation It came
the Justice department also should
charge him with income tax evas-
ion, passport fraud, conpiracy to
adian county federation of 4-H
5"-"virs*■k sssjstkrsr-rsn •“*
2 p. ra. Saturday In the county
failure to register as
auspices of the conference board
of education with the conference
director, Rev. Golden F. Shook,
Oklahoma City, in charge.
Three groups will be organized.
The children’s division will be
taughter by Mrs. J. L. Boehs, dis-
trict children’s division worker. The
youth division will be taught by
Miss Iva Mae Holla way of the
agents' offlpes In the
post office The department ol Justice In
Washington announced at that time
■If the Justice department falls
to act on our recommendations,
well make another try to drag
the truth out of Easier," Thomas
Farm Bureau federation and the [Atoka; D. H. Brown, Noble; Claud
National Grange and other farm i Ingram, Hollis; and Euel Lancas-
Turner said also that the state
board of affairs will give him a
report of conditions at McAlester
state penitentiary on Wednesday.
Members of the affairs board
will go to McAlester for an inspec-
tion Monday and Tuesday before
making recommended changes, at
tile state's largest penal institution.
The delegates included Albert 8.
Goss, master of the National
Dr. Ned Burleson, Prague, Okla.,
chairman of Oklahoma Slate Med-
an enemy 1(;ai aocietjx rural health commit-
tee, said some communities had no
doctors or medical facilities what-
soever. He said that when doctors
in Oklahoma cities volunteered free
services and traveled with a mobile
The awards, including medals,
state staff, and the adult group wa*to’ ™d ™
«* * »"• r* ssstis’ijsssss
The First Methodist. Central |jon 0j QgiaiIOma A. und M. col-
Methodist and Ellison Avenue ijcge at Stillwater by the 4-H club
Methodist churches are cooperating
graim'cluring ‘which^wards^wlU'be wTSt L^rued ZS? “ i
=r Arsaivs -- zzissr rr-r 2> — — - —
_ committee’s recommendations in
Six Bonds Are Forteited ithe Eisler "immediate study
to decide what action was war
were suffering from cancer.
Tlie delegates were scheduled
Tulsa Writer Is
11. The couple was married Nov. 19,
1930, at Oklahoma City. Gross ne-
glect of duty was alleged as grounds
for the court action.
Howard R. Turner was divorced
12 hours. The mercury was expect-
ed to drop to 30 below at some
points by nightfall.
Temperatures rose during the
, _ „ night throughout Florida, but not
from Lucille Turner after alleging Untu fr woather had
nutenmn nviialilf a n/1 nAAIOar
“considerable damage” to citrus
extreme cruelty and gross neglect
of duty. The couple was married
Mar. 11, 1946, at Montague, Tex.
In the divorce suit of Elolse
Wright against Sherman W. Wright,
the court today vacated a decree
granted Sept. 27, 1946, and dismissed _ ..
the actio.., upon motion of the Utl-! ^„ab“lutely necessary” over the
and vegetable crops.
In Chicago, where temperatures
between 5 and 8 below zero were
expected by tonight, motorists were
warned not to use their cars “un-
Injuries Fatal To
At 8 a. m. the thermometer re-
gistered 23 below at Jamestown, N.
D„ 21 below at Dickinson, N. D„
and 11 below at Valentine, Neb.,
which yesterday afternoon had a
ADA, Feb. 7—(JP) —James Potts. ‘fmPerature of 35 above The 48-
about 26. Sherman, Tex., fireman d#gree droP wa8 ioT tho
on a Frisco freight train which was
derailed near Scullln, Okla., yes-
terday, died today of injuries re-
ceived hr the wreck.
The engineer, Frank Murley, 51,
Sherman, was burned to death by
steam when he was pinned in the
Potts died at 8 a. m. today In an
NEW YORK. Feb. 7—The
state athletic commission today re-
voked Rocky Grazlano’s boxing li-
cense and virtually barred him for
life from appearing in a New York
Hospital attendants said that Mer- rtng for hls ^11^ ^ npoIt a
ritt Watson, 33, also of Sherman, $ioo.000 bribe offer. Hls coming
On Overparking Charges »«*•* _________ _______________
Six persons booked at the police 11 was underslood tlle depan' proving liospltal and health cen- The biography, story of a man
__ . . _ monf nrifflnallv lYRfl dwidfid ..... ____111*1______* nnonm-. ' nrhn m»rviar4 .. ________
McW^msFebrnr^U writer.8 hods who was lnJured ln the derailment, flght champion Tony Zale
adjourn later today to the AMA the honor of having her blograohy, | -nt „f ii» Was ordered cancelIed’
offices here, breaking off into, “Lafcadio Hearn" ajudged among „ “ 'v® J. Jacob J. Rosenblum, Graziano’a
groups to study methods of im- |the most outstanding books of 1946. ______attorney, said Immediately after
about 4:30 a. m. Thursday.
hearing the decision that the case
in the school.
Northwest Highway Gap
Opening to Traffic Soon
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 7—VP)—
Traffic will be permitted on the
northwest highway gap of paving
between Oklahoma City and Okar-
clic about Mar, 1, H. Eb Bailey,
state highway engineer, estimated
Members uf the committee are
Jerome Smith, Milos Hrdy, Gay- j”.‘
lord Reuter, Curtis Tftnt, Mai -'
jorle Ball, Mary Hubbard, Clarita
station Thursday on churges of over- menk orl8malJy had decided there ,er facUlttee; methods of encour- who married a Japanese woman, Railroad officials were unable WOuld be carried to the court*,
parking forfeited bonds of $1 each was not CI10Utdl evidence pro* aging doctors to move to rural 1 fathered a Eurasian family or four, to Immediately determine the cause Commission Chairman Edward
In municipal court today, records secute E^ler despite FBI Chief J. a plan under which hide- , and wrote 11 books Interpreting the of the accident. The train was oper- read the decision—tanta-
* * ___ Unlinf fnar no WilK .. 1 m • . ... ... a t inir nn n cmif nhnnnrl onrenrl nln
of Lee Harvey chief of police dts- EdKar Hoover s belief that he was 1)plldeut fanners can join "group" mind and soul of the people of hls atlng 011 a southbound schedule mount to barring Graziano for Ufa
' r ’ once at least the chief link be- . . .... — —n— ---- — _* ... —,----- from thIkm tn shprman . — . ----- — . ----- .
Bonds were forleited by Mrs. J.
nwr' „„. T. Ferguson, 827 South Hadden ave-
Seainands. Norma Bledsoe and ...... “ „...... „............. .....,
tween American Communists and
the Communist Internationale.
voluntary medical insurance pro- adoption, was oue of 50 volumes lrolu Tulsa to Sherman.
Mary Katherine Stokes.
Suspended Sentence Is
Given in Burglary Case
Donald R. Aim, 26. of Bethel,
jMinn., charged with second degree
Bailey said the construction sched- j burglary, was given a suspended
ole called for the two slabs of con- sentence ol three years in the state
crete paving in the gap to be com-
pleted the week of Feb- 15. An as-
phalt strip wiU be laid in the center,
but will not be placed there until
Bailey said the gravel base wiU be
laid ln thq center section and traf-
11c allowed ou it while the contrac-
tor le waiting to lay the asphalt. He
raid traffic on the gravel center
line wUl help pack It for the as-
penitentiary at McAlester when he
pleaded guilty today at hls arraign-
ment before Judge Baker H. Melone
in Canadian county district court.
nue; Mrs. Mary Margaret Ireland,
708 South Macomb avenue; R. J.
Ahern, 1006 South Williams.avenue;
Rainer Webb. Eli Reno route 2; Paul
Mills. EH Reno route 3; and Jack
Clady, Kerloot hotel.
Each was booked for leaving a ve-
hicle in a zone where the time on
a parking meter had expired.
grams; nursing needs ln rural selected by the American Library
areas; and methods by which the association as the outstanding
lowest income groups ln rural areas hooks of 1946.
Well Near Elk City
Has Showing of Gab
CITY, Feb. 7.—(UR)—Out-
Cold wave to strike Oklahoma to-
day and tonight bringing tempera-
tures ranging from zero to 5 below
may be furnished adequate medical
Child Is Killed
By Farm Truck
from boxing in New York rings—to
1 Graziano at the conclusion of a
I three-day hearing.
I "The commission finds from the
(evidence and from your own ad-
mission that on three separate oc-
KANSAS cmr. Kan., Feb’. 7— casions’ with suggestions or re-
quests to engage ln a sham or col-
3-Year-0ld Boy Dies
In Kansas Citv Blaze
Mrs. McWilliams Is the wife of
J. R. McWilliams, a Carter Oil com-
j pany official.
She conceived the idea for her nlB, 4 „_____ .. - „ -----------------------
book while attending a Columbia A 3- e r-oid bov. Eugene iusjve contests, you never reported
university class Instructed Vy a K“*t'‘r- burned to d«),h here late these requests or suggestions to
JEFFERSON, Feb. 7 — (U.R) Japanese who had known Hearn ln ye«terdav in a ftre which destrnved this commission.”
In (he panhandle to 10 to 15 above Sharon Arm Schmitz, 2-year-old To(cyo
In the southern portions of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph
sihuntz, farm family residing east I
state. E*air Saturday with very cold
weather except ln panhandle where of here, died yesterday ln an Enid
slightly wanner weather le forecaat hospital after being run over by
for the afternoon. her father’s truck at their home.
Information filed ln the case by look for a new ol or gas pool west
Harry Lorenzen, county attorney, of E2k City had improved today
charged Aim with breaking Into the with reports that the Shell Oil
Vem Peterson home, southeast of company wildcat there had made _ _ a’ m” *'•
EH Reno, on Jan. 29 with Intent to a definite showing ol gas.
commit larceny. Lease play in the area is pro.
The complaint against Aim was ceedtng at a rapid pace, with prices I
El Reno Weather
IPr 24-hour period ending at 7:30
a. m. today: High, 69; low, 27; at
Ponra City S**ekinif
To Expand Hospital
four modest homes ln the Indus- |
The blaze aonarentlv started In!
the John Kester home and had
PONCA CITY, Feb. 7. _(u.R)_ snr**d to three udinintne building —The board of education here will
Ponca City civic leaders met today before firemen arrived. A fireman, be asked to approve a proposed
1 to discuss a prooosed 50-bed addi- William O’Dell, suffered mtnor $450,000 project to enlarge Taft
tlon to the city’s hosoltal. City burnfi a fniMess attenbt to re- 5ta?lum from 17000 32'°°° caP*
have been unable
Plans Are Advanced
To Enlarge Stadium
OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 7—(U.R)
Car Crash Fatal
To Chickasha Man ________________________ _
CHTCKASHA, Feb. 7—(^P)—Ted commissioners have been unable "" ~ . "* ' ,*dty.
State of weather: Partly cloudy Hoch Bush, 41, Chickasha, died to- to obtain bids for the construction ' t : , ,, Coat of the project would be fin-
and colder. day of injuries suiiered when a car which come within the $150,000 chhdrcn of the Kester family. anced through public subscription
Precipitation: None prior to 7:30 he was driving overturned near approved in a bond election here John, Jr.. 7. and Franklin, 8 escap- bonds with the debt retired
signed by Sheriff Lloyd Palmer. ranging as high a* $500 per acre. a. m. today.
I here Sunday.
through stadium revenue.
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Dyer, Ray J. The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 55, No. 293, Ed. 1 Friday, February 7, 1947, newspaper, February 7, 1947; El Reno, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc924265/m1/1/: accessed March 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.