Clipped From Miami Daily News-Record
aiflKMjgp m W 1 J&-. I %* _\ 4ui ki t, laf f > *'J< IB.' . i«r wftwf; tail ti&i 1 f "V shortage grigpiflg ttlfoi'y, 8 We' dejferisi areas flbv/'lifis'" en- gulfeU OkllheftW CiiyV^vhere , 20 dalrlek lifcye* been liquidated ivithln A ye-arrVEdd L Hlsel, Member *<rf ttfCStS&Bairy edUHdlj Said;. Many' of' the milfe fl6wa wefe pta?- elissed fer" sMplriefit to 1 • othei Stated notaply LbuMarfaj he sslfy while ethers' 'were' slaWgltte'red far the beef niarkdt, ( ^ ',, . " , ' ' Rex,l. Hayes,'state 6PA direc* totf) conceded the shortage Here was serious but'said the sltuaiiori Was Worse at Stillwater, Gushing Erumright, WdodWard, CHnJoii, SenMflole and Shawnee. "Cows that never should have been used ,for' beef have been slaughtered," said fitayes, "because thfe beef price isjto far out of line With liiilk prices." Differences of ceiling prices within the state also ia responsible, he pointed out, area's'with higher prices raiding those where the ceiling is lower. One dairy "already has begun rationing rationing milk here, one quart to the famijy, and Hisel said all other dairies are short. An unfavorable price differential and a shortage of labor was given by this officlkl for the liquidation of so many dairies here. An increased demand for milk, due to the fact many people have more money to spend, als6 has contributed contributed to the shortage, he said. "A large part of the OPA's time recently has been taken up with the study of the milk situation," said Ilkyes. "Through the co-operation of Joe Scott' (president) of 'the state board of agriculture we are still working on plans which we hope will relievo the situation before it becomes really acute." i ... . ..—.—i—— r Military m/ght Th^ soldierlike Body of Found TULSA, Nov. of a prominent Frank J. Weight, slashed and in his country of the city.' < Officers, unable immediate motive saidithe killer drank with Dr.^ attacked him arid through *a window. Investigator H, the county the dentist's the back, cut knife, crushed his rolling pin and left electric light cords.