The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on April 14, 1936 · 4
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 4

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Tuesday, April 14, 1936
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THE DAILY OKL'AHOMAN, TUESDAY, APRIL' 14, TTl Makes Debut in CRAWFORD HAS SPOTLIGHT AT EBONY ORGAN Aunt Susan's Kitchen Also Attracts Visitors. Oklahoma City's "J. etittfring debutante of the WKYs new studio in the Sxxin ,-vaer was presented to the pusi.e ShlonS twn-outIUani; such "ohs" the 'building is so incomplete verv 'head of the s!a:rs with - sicr.. calculated to knock their ees out.. and it did. Orsan Studio Ir, First Directlv in front of the entrance, encased in its rIjim enclosure. i and lattice i SJcimn Toiler COUNTY LOSES $3,000 IN AID heralded WKY." i would like to have re- i r-xMri in this spot with noses ! a:ainst the class, however, lurried on by uniformed pace Mlntte3. "left, please; right, ,unt Suan Kitchen Bust n the mosaic-floored corridors, 'literally lined with huae bas- RESERVED With 700 guests at the affair, WKY reserved this big horseshoe table at the left for special visitors at :ts studio opening party in the Skirvin Tower Monday night. On the extreme left may be seen Dr. W. B. Bizzell, University of Oklahoma president, conferring with Senator T.P. Gore. In the center of the table is E. K. Gaylord, president of the Oklahoma Publishing Co., while on the extreme sat right is Edgar r. Bell , maswr of ceremonies. Ana in me picture at the ruin is Johnny Marvin, the cowboy radio singer and one of the entertainers at the party. Change in Regulations Cut State Grant. Oklahoma county will lose KxA .at welfare funds durin? a result of new state rer-lati i distribution, Sam Rice, cour.tv j.j fare director, said Monday. Last month, with counties sr.vtr. i for each relief client. Oklahoma zr-ty received $21,000. This morr.ii will receive S13.000. Distribution to counties will be as follows: $8 for clients more tia 64 years old; $3 for dependent ciJ dren; and 51 cacn ior au ower t There are 1.077 aged persons on r&m 1,300 dependent children and aicdj 5,500 others, Rice said. Mother Asks Gloria Bear Paris Expense NEW YORK. April 13. Mn Gloria Morgan Vanderbilt Y.'.r.zi soucht to shift to the estate of x little daughter, Gloria an exp S8.993 in back rent, taxes and on a house leased in Paris for she is being sued. EXECUTIVES Curtiss Mitchcil (lefP. Chicago. Cditoria director of Radio Guide, and Eugene KaU, New York, right young advertising executive. tlw handsome t l'.nsrrcd. cxpressin WKY'S GUESTS OFFER PRAISE OF NEW STUDIO TAIN STUDIO The biz pipe orsan. manned bv Jesse Crawford, was a center of attrac-:c crowds whirh throhced through WKY's new studios after the opening banquet ::sh:. Crawford, here especially "for the opening, thundered out number after num-o ia?cit ncd listeners, who moved through the studios, d'.nx upstairs J-sse Crwf enowned "Port of the Orca: for them. rompantment of "Boot. Broadcasting. x Radio World Notables At WKY Party tmesis which throncr os of WKY in the Sk Monday night. ; Co. WKY PREVIEWERS Photographers snapped this group at a table during the banauet at the nrcview of WKY's new studios. On the left side are Mrs. D. K. Stockton. Mr. Stockton, Strcctc Flv.il and Mrs. R. T. Moore. At the head of the table is Oscar Dictz. At right are Mr. enc Mrs. E. H. Brockman. Mr. Moore and Mrs. Flynn were out of sight of the camera lens, behind Mr. Brockman. thr e progressed to important pla Moore. Clifton Daniels. Ha Car'.rc Rcberts. Charles God Walter M. K.v.rison recalled that Mr. and Mrs. R. J. B-nzcl. Mayor a rriio will celebrate its colden Jubi- j Mrs. John Frank Martin. Mr. and vision. Radio :s the magic carpet of 1936, the Aladdin's lamp of 1950," Harrison added. The special guests who. came from New York. Baltimore. Detroit. Washington and Chicago for the celebration were introduced in turn by Bell. introduced were those seated :iumg: ct0eT;: Democratic Dinner To Be Held Tonight n:ty BTcatest development and Mrs. Harrison. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mrs Edsat Vaucht. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord. Senator and Mrs. T. P. Gore. Mrs. Georce Mesta. Mrs. BeU. Leorard Lewis. O. W. Skirvin, Talshoff . Mitchell and Mason. State and national Democratic officials will be guests a: a Jefferson Day dinner party Tuesday night at the Biltmore hotel, sponsored by the Women's Jeffersonian club of Oklahoma City. Governor. Marland. Sen. T. P. Gore and other Democratic candi- A reception at 7 p. m. lowed by the dinner at ' Reservations will close at i sented by Curtis Mitchell, editorial director of Raaio Guiae. cmcago. Leonard Lewis of Printers Ink. ' New York; sol Taisnoa, eauor o. eroau- casting, Washincton. and Dan Gola-bcrg and Hal Halpcrin, both execu- Also present was Eugene Kilgcn. St. T-nnic nf the firm which built and in stalled the' studio pipe orRan, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kane, Banlesville. UonsPincluded: Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer and J. I. Meycrson. KLZ. Denver: Mr. and Mr Martin Camnbcll. Mr. and Mrs. James Moroney and Jack Estes, all of WFAA, Dallas; H. W. Slavick. WMC, Memphis: Mr. and Mrs. William Gillespie, KTUL. Tulsa: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee. KADA, Ada; J. W. Runyan, KRLD, Dallas. cities. Among t Brimm, Dallas; Carl Slater, Kai E. Katz Special -Ad vet p C. Beattv of Maxi Irvine H. MacKenzic with J. Stirling Getchcll. Inc.. Detroit; Osborne B. Bond, New York, with Joseph Katz Co.: Allen B. Russcii, Kansas city. with Potts-Turnbuii Co.; kodcj White. New York, with the William Esty Co.. Leonard T. Bush, the Blackmail Co.. New York: J. B. Woodbury with R. J. Potts Co.. Chicago: Jack Latham With Young and "Rubicam agency. New York. Elmer W. Frochtich John and Adams. Inc.. Detroit; George McGivern, with: BiacKett-sampic-Hummerl. Chicaco: Frank H. 'Hake- will, with Roche. Williams and Cun-nynghani. Chicago: Nate Pumpian of Henri, Hurst and McDonald. Chicago: George Pearson and Joseph Timlin of the J. Walter Thompson agency, Chicago. George May, Chicago, of Batten, Durstin and Osborne: Hubert L. Hulsebus. Stock-Goble agency. Chicago: J. J. Hartigan, Campbell- Ewald Co., Detroit; Max Hacker; Pedlar and Ryan, New . ork; Frank P. Atha, Folger Coffee Co.. Kansas City; G. Victor Lowrie, McCann-Erickson agency, Chicago; John F. Mayer, . with the Street and Finney agency. New York. 1 spruces JS SALES GOUP-PRICES COME DOWN : j 4j is -t i , uJSPa 49 From Horseless Carriage! -to Motor Miracle with the aid of Instalment Buying Three Minute Relief From Periodical Pains Now it is so unnecessary to suffer month after month from inorganic pains, because "3. C." will bring soothing relief in three minutes. "B. C." Is prepared by a registered pharmacist, compounded on a di'fter-ent principle from most relief-giving agencies in that it contains several oy many pnysi- to accomplish in a few t we believe no one drug do in so short .a time. "I also be used for the relie colds, headaches and neuralgia, muscular aches and pains, reducing fever and for quieting a distressed nervous system without opiates, narcotics or such hablt-formlng drugs. Get "B. C" iKages, wnerever Forty years ago only "Diamond Jim" Brady and a handful of other Americans owned "horseless carriages." Twenty years later cars were still a luxury and terms were cash. Then instalment selling was introduced and a great new market opened up. A responsible man with a modest income could pay part cash and the balance ouf of his monthly earnings. Both Cash and Credit Buyers Benefit Motor car sales increased by the millions. Prices dropped by hundreds of dollars per car. And better automobiles appeared. For a fraction of the price which "Diamond Jim" paid for his rattletrap contrivance, you can get a car today with power, comfort and dependability unimagined even ten years ago whether you pay cash or buy on the C.I.T. Budget Plan. And the automobile industry is now employing, directly or indirectly, one out of every eight of the nation's workers! Mass production, and mass consumption aided by instalment selling are turning onetime luxuries into everyday conve niences or necessities. Through them new industries spring up, payrolls increase. prices drop and products are improved. For more than 28 years C.I.T. has taken a leading part in this industrial and social development. Today millions of Ameri cans are proud owners of cars purchased . on the C.I.T. Budget Plan; and with its aid countless families are enjoying refrigerators, washing machines, radios, automatic heating equipment and other conveniences which make the home .healthier and happier. Send for This Free Booklet "Buyi atbe I out of Income" tells t to your advantage to C. I.T. when purchasing stalmentplan. Itexplaini the C.I.T. Budget Plan rks. May we send a free copy? ite to C. I.T. Corporation, 1 k Ave., New York, Dept. DD. C.I.T. UUMMtKUAl INVESTMENT TRUST INCORPORATED . C.I.T. CORPORATION JNEW YOR. CHICAGO; SAN FRANCISCOl - UNIVERSAl CREDIT COMPANY . 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