The El Reno Daily Tribune (El Reno, Okla.), Vol. 64, No. 140, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 11, 1955 Page: 4 of 10
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'* Th# El Rono (Okla.) Daily Tribun*
Thursday, August 11, 1955
The El Reno Daily Tribune
A Bine Ribbon Newspaper Serving A Blue Ribbon Community
jed dally except Saturday from 201 North Rock Island Avenue
1 entered as second-class mail matter under the act of March 3, 1879
.j^lWho Rides With Wyatt
— /hs f/r/,rr / /a«u
RAT J. DYER
Editor and Publisher
DEAN WARD LEO D. WARD
Business Manager Managing Editor
Circulation and Office Manager
/YFF to Enid yesterday to visit
with friends I have not seen
JiKrIW.t b, HI*. Cpright IM4, l«» b Wj M«0«. Owl w MwfRl •** Ww M N-
XXVI ] Fourth and Alien, making silent |
IT was just past noon that Virgil note of the fact that the main j
! Earp, coming out of Hafford’s Sa- stem had not yet taken on the i
! loon where he'd gone to try and deserted look of Toughnut.
slow Doc down, saw Ike Clanton ‘ Looks like we’ve beat Ike back
and Tom Me Lowry riding up Allen from the courthouse by a couple for too many moons. To the Oak-
MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIA DR street from the south He jumped of minutes," observed Morg la-! wood country club for lunch with
* e Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the use for republleatlon back inside the d()ors for they conjcany. Louise, Ruth, Liz and Luke. De-
, all the local news printed In this newspaper, as weU as all <JP) newf hadn<t geen hjm “I don>t like u » It was virg Uck)us food marvelous surround-
patches.____ The two outlaw horsemen were objecting. j ings and much chin music run-
MEMBER | heading for the O.K. stable down Virg had been a peace officer j ping the full gamut from chil-
SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER the street, and Virg was seeing longer than any of them, was the
^ PUBLISHERS ASS'N something which gave him an idea, senior brother in years, knew his
___— i What he saw was to forecast the ; way around in a gunstalk as well
“ily SUBSCRIPTION RATES BY MAIL IN CANADIAN ANT fjrst sp0t fjrec] jn a street war as any man alive.
BY CARRIER ADJOINING COUNTIES that's still talked about wherever i "How so, Virg?" he asked
e week_______________$ .25 Three months---------*1-75 (,u westerners get together with quietly.
e Month_____________t 1.10 Six Months----------------83-50 fjvc minutes to spare for thinking “Too many bets to cover. I’d
— $6.50 |,ack to the smoky days. But it’s say a better deal would be to box
-$1100 mighty safe to say that Virg had in Allen from here to Fifth. Morg
no thoughts of making history when stays here. I drift around by the
-! he drifted back through Hafford’s alley, to Fifth. Then you go on in,
and down the alley to the rear of like ^qu say. That way, if you
the O.K. stable. flush any of them, we’ve got them
All he saw was that Ike was nailed either tvay they fly.”
| wearing two guns and riding with “You’d say right,” nodded Wyatt
his rifle across the horn of his at once.
j saddle. Anc| that Was the extent of the
And all he thought was that he first part of it. Wyatt just chucked
didn't cotton to his and Wyatt’s his head and sauntered off up
. . . , . local rules and regulations being Allen like he was on his way to
HE bigness of the big is one of America s recurrent worries. jractured right out in the open his noon dinner.
In politics the words “big business” and “monopoly” hqve ]jke that. The second part of it went off
> potency of biting oh an aching tooth. I Ike and Tom rode their horses smooth as antelope tallow under
Considerable light is thrown on the nature of America’s „n into the stable, being old hands a front-wheel brakeshoe
e Year______________$11-00 One Year-------------
Ssewhere in State-One Year-----$8.50-Out of State-
Including Sales Tax
Thursday, August 11, 1955
~us search and try our ways, and turn again to the Lord.—Lam.
0 We need to reorient ourselves, by neglect we drift a long way
m the straight and narrow path. We never drift upstream.
Jig Business No Bogie
bright noon sun out of their eyes
when Virg's pleasant greeting hit
like a bucket of ice water.
“Morning, boys, I'll just take the
artillery, Ike. Easy does it, now.
r corporations in an article in Fortune magazine. The new
•is should have a calming effect on those who see business
ogiemen in their nightmares.
Fortune found that the big were giants, all right. About
0 U.S. corporations produce one-fourth of the free world’s
lustrial output. This is half of the total output of the United
But, surprisingly, it isn’t anything new. Since 1909, the ah the way around, careful,
ire of all industrial assets accounted for by the 100 largest ike should have recognized the
lustrial corporations has been just about a constant 25
Nor is the situation stultifying, as those who wag their
gers in warning would have us believe.
“Since 1939,” comments Fortune, “the number of mining
d manufacturing companies has increased from about 240,-
0 to 360,000, or by 50 percent.”
HE conclusion is that the size of the Big 500 is no threat
to competitiveness if the business birth rate and popula-
n statistics mean anything. ,
There were found to be 21 firms in the 500 which each
1 more than a billion dollars in sales last year. General
itors was tops with about 10 billion. Standard Oil (N.J.)
d over five billion in sales. U.S. Steel was third with more
in three billion.
There has been a sneaking suspicion in some circles that
len big business gets bigger it cannot escape a destiny of
•vice rather than profits. Shaving prices and manufacturing
I sts to the bone to increase sales could not lead elsewhere.
The new study tends to confirm this. Big sales were no
arantee of profits. One firm, fifth in total sales, was 98th
net profits. Another, 37th in sales, was 354th in profits.
1 the list was similarly juggled.
;«Y another measurement the figures were even more reas-
• • suring to the public. When profits were considered on
1 ^ basis of percentage of sales or of assets, the biggest were
• <• from top performers.
I Considered this way, General Motors was in 81st position
-d the other biggies were similarly outranked by smaller
J ‘‘ms. \
• The 21 corporations which topped a billion in annual sales
| eraged a modest 7.5 percent net profits on these sales. This
• spares with 6 percent for all 500 as a group and 4.6 percent
!*' all manufacturing and mining concerns. Some of the list
>* individual smaller companies picked off up to 36 percent.
enough not to bother climbing down Two minutes after leaving Morg,
out front to lead them in. Both of Wyatt jumped his first bird. And
them were still blinking to get the dropped him on the jump.
(To Bo Continued)
About Home Folks
(Published in The El Reno Daily | cial provisions, the special provisions
Triuune, El Reno, Okla., Aug. 11th
18th and 25th, 1955.1
family drawl but apparently didn’t
for he came all the way around j ^lr. and Mrs. George Cavins, 720
with his saddlcgun still in his g0uth Hadden, had as their
l,an^s o'clock dinner guests Tuesday eve-
Virg never gave Ike s kind the njng Mrs. Frances Rogers of Mus-
breaks that Wyatt was in the habit kogee and Mr. and Mrs. G. R.
of giving them. When Virg called, Naylor, jr.
a man from behind like that, he j ’ __
did It with his Peace-maker al- Mr and Mrg Jack , j^blnaon
ready out and m hand. During the o£ SUUwater are ts in the
t.me Ike squandered on h.s turn- „ of their nt Mr and
around, all he had to do was reach Mrs Jack E Robinson> 1200 South
out and lap him. Kuno and Mr ^ Mrs L F
Ike stiffened as though some- Thompson, 11Q3 West London.
body had slapped a hot mustard _
plaster on his bare backside. He Mr. and Mrs. George E. LeVan
dropped his gun and stood there and son, George L., 720 South Hoff,
with his head buzzing. returned Tuesday evening from a
Behave yourself, Tom.” Virg visit with her parents, Mr. and
warned his companion. McLowry Mrs. L. W. Lovell in Monticello,
wasn’t armed and there wasn’t Iowa,
anything else he could do about
him just yet. “Me and Ike arc go-
ing to have a little talk with Judge
Ira Henry Barrett, the local map-
A police chief says that the traffic problem is at a stand-
11. We know what he means, these nice driving days.
Women's gloves are what hubby goes back 1o look for
-it after he has left a movie with his wife.
Few workers who are fired with ambition need worry about
«• — — .i—
A New York man drew 30 days for turning in two false
irms. You can guess who’s burning now.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Phelps
and son, Malcolm Vernon, who
have been guests of his parents,
Dr. and Mrs. Malcom E. Phelps,
istratc, fined Ike $25 and set him 801 South Hoff, left Tuesday for a
scot free. But Virg had Ike’s guns visit with her mother, Mrs. Nona
dreh to grandchildren, golf and
bridge, old times and futures.
Am ever surprised at Enid.
Since the days when it was a
heterogenous collection of dis-
mal false front buildings it has
grown into an astonishing metro-
polis with fine stores, hotels, of-
fice buildings and like conveni-
ences in the down town area and
has parks, play grounds, swim-
ming pools, golf, tennis and such
available to all who wish to en-
joy them. Churches, library, con-
vention hall, schools, airport and
beaucoup pay rolls. 1 understand
the residents pay a terrifically
high tax rate but they are get-
ting their money's worth.
/YNF might think I had called
a-F on the chamber of com-
merce at Enid but I have been
watching that town slowly but
surely harvesting the fruit of
community spirit. What they
have they’ll keep and enjoy it.
Power to ’em, say 1. Enid is the
living example of what can be
done if the people want the best
and are willing to pay for it.
Chances are it has its drawbacks,
but visitors don’t hear about that.
Eniders think, talk and act pros-
perous and are fun to be around.
Had a good time and am going
back soon for a large dose of the
chill tonic, strictly Enid variety.
fPHE fans borrowed by the Red
A Cross for use in the Park
View hospital have all been re-
turned except those undergoing
needed repairs. The air condi-
tioning is on and is certainly a
large improvement over the
whirring fans, but you Red Cross
with the help of lenders of fans
staved off a lot of suffering which
could have resulted in much un-
favorable publicity for the insti-
tution; and the amount of money
spent for repairs, collection and
return was more than offset by
the relief given. The patients and
the chapter are most grateful for
the splendid co-operation.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT
IN AND FOR CANADIAN COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE STATE OF OKI.AHOMA TO:
The unknown heirs, executors,
administrators, devisees, trustees
and assigns of F. J. Means, de-
ceased, and of Mrs. Max P.
(Myrtle) Stumpff, deceased, and
of Frank Meyer, deceased, and of
George W. Levis, deceased;
George T. Hodgson, if living, but
if he be deceased, the unknown
heirs, executors, administrators,
devisees, trustees and assigns of
such deceased person:
Pioneer Telephone and Telegraph
Company, a Corporation, and El
Reno Water Company, a Corpor-
ation; each, if in existence, and if
dissolved, their unknown success-
ors, trustees and assigns, if any.
Notice is hereby given that a peti-
tion has been filed In the District
Court of Canadian County. State of
Oklahoma, wherein Roy Means is
Plaintiff, and the above’ named De-
fendants and the State of Oklahoma
are Defendants; and that you, and
each of you, are hereby notified that
you have been sued and must ans-
wer the petition filed herein on or
before the 22nd day of September,
1955, or said petition will be taken
as true, and it will be adjudged that
the Plaintiff. Roy Means, is the
legal and equitable owner of:
Lots Twenty <20) and Twenty-one
(21). in Block Ten (10). Lake View
Second Addition to the City of
El Reno. Oklahoma, as shown by
the recorded plat thereof,
and judgment will be rendered for-
ever quieting title to said property
in the Plaintiff and against the
Defendants herein, and ndjudging
that each and all of said Defendants
have no legal or equitable interest
in and to said property.
Dated this 11th day of August,
By: Dorothy Lorenzen,
Fogg and Fogg.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
and didn’t linger to argue the ver-
dict. Fact was, he was walking
into Wyatt's office down the street
before Ike ever got out.
* * *
HE hadn't any more than giv-
en Wyatt the first of the good news
Boone in Mexico, Mo.
Dr. Walter Harvey of the agri-
cultural experimental station in
Washington, D. C., arrived in El
Reno Wednesday to be a guest of
his wife’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
when brother Morgan was stalk- ^aIe Bigler, 521 South Reno. Mrs.
ing in from over on Allen street Harvey and children Bobby, Jerry
with the rest of it. “You think an(1 Donna have been visiting in
you’ve got something with Ike and ^e Zigler home for the past two
Tom, Virg?" He put the quick months while Dr. Harvey was mak-
Barmaids in a southern town were let out because men
id too much attention to them. When the belles ring, the
>h register doesn’t.
If you think a circle can’t be squared, let the baby play
th one of your rings.
Down Memory l.ane
Aug. 11, 1935
LAMES destroyed a large barn at the residence of C. C.
Karney, the loss amounting to approximately $600. Six
indred bales of oats hay and two calves were burned.
Dr. Jess Marandlu, Samatra, East India, educational lec-
rer, will speak at Dunbar park Tuesday evening.
A brief musical program will be presented at the city
imming pool this evening by the Cowboy Trio, composed
Warren Lee Lanman and Buddy Foster, vocalists, and Carol
?ne Puckett, guitar player and vocalist, too.
J. W. Lee has been exhibiting an extraordinary egg laid
an ordinary hen. It measured nine and one-half by seven
d one-fourth inches.
Aug. 11, 1945
' IISS HATTIE ATKINSON, 211 East Foreman, and Mrs. Mary
I 1 Wilson, 1400 West Watts, returned Thursday from a
>ek’s visit with friends and relatives in Kansas City, Mo.,
| id Kansas City, Kan.
Doctor and Mrs. T. V. Powell, 402 South Hoff, had as
eir guests Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Laingor of Okla-
j* Mrs. William S. Reische, 208 South Barker, has returned
ter spending the past six weeks visiting in Los Angeles,
ilif., and with her brother, Don Joseph, musician second
iss in the navy, at San Diego, Calif.
Jenks Simmons, athletic director of El Reno highschool,
inounced Saturday that football practice sessions would
igin at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 1, and that aspirants to the
hool team should meet with him then at the highschool.
John T. Naylon, veteran of World wars I and II, was named
mmander of the El Reno post No. 34 of the American Legion
the annual election Thursday night in Legion hall Avant
lylor was elected first vice commander; Jimmy Smith, sec-
id vice commander; C. D. Gillilan, adjutant and finance
ficer and Rev. P. O. Whittle, pastor of the Central Methodist
lurch, post chaplain.
Office of the National Farm Loan association, now located
113 South Rock Island, will be moved to Kingfisher about
ct. 1, J. H. Craven, manager, announced Saturday.
family grin back of it. "I just turn-
ed up three big potatoes in my
“How big?” snapped Wyatt.
“Medium," drawled Morg.
“Frank McLowry and Bill Clan-
ton. along with another bad spud
I thought was put down in the root
cellar for the winter."
Wyatt eyed him, feeling the
slow rise of the excitement begin-
ning to come up in him now.
Virg’s word that Ike and Tom
had blundered into town had hit
him good. Then, Morg’s report
that Frank McLowry and Billy
Clanton had tailed them in came
like a second jolt.
“The suspense is killing me,
pardner . . .”
“It’s apt to, brother.” Morg said
it just as dry. “They’re got Billy
Young Claiborne had been do-
ing a thirty-day stretch in the
Charleston jail for disturbing the
peace by shooting one Jim Hickey.
Hickey’s big mistake had been in-
sisting, more than twice, that
Claiborne let him buy him a drink.
“Likely," was all Wyatt said,
"we’H need to be careful.”
They went out into Toughnut,
past their saddled horses, past the
silent courthouse, past the sudden-
ly empty intersection beyond it,
walking three abreast and dead-
march slow, tall and lonely and
froek-coat-black against the Octo-
♦ * *
THEY held up at the corner of
ing a tour of the agricultural ex-
perimental stations in the north-
west. The Harveys plan to leave
for Washington Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Holliman and
children, Judy and Frank of Rid-
dle, Ore., and Mrs. L. M. Sharp
and son, David of Tulsa were
guests Wednesday evening of Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. Brown and their
grandson, Lester Brown, jr., 709
South Hadden. Mrs. Holliman is
the sister of Air. Brown and Mrs.
Sharp is his niece.
Look and Learn
1. What element expands in both
heat and cold?
2. What name was applied to the
Medieval wars between the Chris-
tians and the Moslems?
3. In what well-known body of
water is there no life?
4. What 15th century painter at-
tempted to build an airplane?
2. The Crusades.
3. The Dead Sea.
4. Leonardo da Vinci.
(Published in The El Reno Daily
Tribune, El Reno, Okla., Aug. 4. 11,
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
Sealed proposals by registered
mail through the'Capitol sub-station
postoffice will be received at the
office of the State Highway Com-
mission in the Capitol Office Build-
ing until 1:30 p. m. August 16, 1955.
to be publicly opened and read at
2:00 p. m. for the work listed below.
A certified or cashier's check in the
amount or amounts as specified
shall be submitted with the pro-
posal or proposals, as a guarantee
that .the bidder, if successful, will
enter into contract and make bond
in accordance with requirements of
the specifications. The check to be
made payable to the order of the
State of Oklahoma. Department of
This work will be done under the
Oklahoma State Highway Commis-
sion's Standard Specifications for
Highway Construction, edition of
1954 and under required contract
provisions for work financed in
whole or in part with federal funds
or special labor provisions If fi-
nanced entirely with state funds.
Special provisions covering items of
construction not covered by the
standard specifications will accom-
pany the proposal for the work. In
case’ of any discrepancy between the
standard specifications and the spe-
'-***» jjiuvwiwiiu, wic |Jiuvidiuim
incorporated in the proposal will
The minimum wage required per
hour for labor employed on this
project shall be as follows: Skilled,
one dollar—Intermediate, Seventy-
five cents—Unskilled. Seventy-five
cents. When federal funds are in-
volved the proposal will include a
special provision with reference to
a non-collusion affidavit required
by Section 17(b) of the Federal Aid
Highway Act of 1954.
Bidders must familiarize them-
selves with the conditions and must
bid with the understanding that
full cooperation In carrying out the
requirements of the specifications
and special provisions will be ex-
Proposals must be prepared as
directed by the state standard speci-
Mans, forms of proposals, con-
tracts and specifications may be
examined at the division engineer’s
office at Perry. Oklahoma, or at the
chief engineer’s office. Oklahoma
City. Plans may be secured through
the chief engineer's office at 25
cents per sheet. Proposal forms must
be secured from the prequalification
officer. Department of Highways,
Capitol Office Building. Oklahoma
Description of work and location
of project: Oklahoma Federal Aid
Secondary Project No. S-162(2iC.,
Consisting of 1.560 Miles of Grading
and Asphalt Stabilized Base with
Single Bituminous Surface Crse., on
a county road, beginning at SH 37,
three miles east of Caddo County
Line, and extending north in
Canadian County, Oklahoma.
Amount of proposal bid check:
Rdy. Sec. (1.560 Miles)
Machine Grading _________83.39 Sta.
Gr.) 270. M-Gal.
Suit. Soil for Blending
(1V’x20’> 83.39 Sta.
Rolling (Stabil.) 200. Hr.
Asphalt Binder 6,500. Gal.
Rolling (Machine Gr.)_____200. Hr.
Asph. for Stabil. 60,500. Gal.
Manipulation (6”x20’)„.... 83.39 Sta.
Prime Material - 3.800. Gal.
Cover Material___________265. C. Y.
State of Oklahoma,
Department of Highways
By: C. A. Stoldt
State Highway Director
| GROTON, Conn. —(IP)— Joe Har-
! mon Nixon has been fined a total
I of $111 during the past two years
for driving without a license—
enough to buy a license for 37
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