The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on December 3, 1944 · 28
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 28

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Sunday, December 3, 1944
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SUNDAY. DECEMBER December 3. ion Coupon Calendar Current Stamp For BOOK 4 I Sugar BOOK 4 2:A-B Canned Foods 8s, 5s "Krf1 BOOK 4 Red I Meat BEEF. BCTTER. CHFESF. 8:A-Z n.vc nIIorra 5:A-S &t,1"e- i"a tade:i" BOOK S Airplane Shoes IO iJ lnd-liniwij.) "O DcUchrtf ttampi Ntt A BOOK 1 Gasoline Dumber 1$ British Civilians' Diet Near Normal WKY Caravan Finishes Tour AtChickasha ! CHICKASHA. Dec. 2.-WKY con eluded its Sixth war loan drive tele vision tour of 19 Oklahoma cities here ! Saturday night, attracting crowds! which packed Chickasha-s hiwwi auditorium to capacity. j The shows here boosted to beyond ! 1.000 the number of Oklahoma war! i at television through the WKY shows. The tour began in Ponca Citv November 11. ' -JThcJ Size of thc auditorium considered, the number of persons attracted by the shows is large. The WKY shows marked the first time television ever has been taken on the ! School Lectures Given ; In many cities two performances were required to accommodate the crowds. War bond officials throughout the state praised the television show as a spur to sale of Series E war bonds. George H. C. Green. Oklahoma City. ,m 53111 rCports of war nd 1M lS ncthC t0Ur were excellent. I Sydney R. Montague, former north-! west mounted policeman, lecturer and T ' !"3?5 Pnal appearances at schools in 15 of the 19 cities Hp ad- efieQ an estimated 25.000 school children, many of whom could not! attend the television show because of ; the war bond requirements. , He and the show's girl singer. Miss . Roberta Hollywood, known as "the j first lady of television." also made rxr- i sonal appearances at eight civic clubs THEDAILY OKLAHOMAN i 'KM a i AIaII? n' h0w he fc!t abouL ,hp 5100,000 war L d; li ' ' m 1 " " H n n t ,d of the j A NINETEEN AEF Keeps Silent On LeCIerc Threat Say, This Is a Sale! tarTilln- :ivth i j - ' bond purcha sixth war loan drive parade in Civic ceiih nllo autographs, and Beverly Osborn witn war bond campaign here when he appears day in the Municipal auditorium. y.BUl Joimso its nathcr an nsaciion. Car Bluff Creek i t the $100,000 war at the end of the . oir turn for Car-) his part of the LONDON. Dec. 2 How lightly is tr-irned the British diet per:. was revealed Saturdw hv '?.t...tle clintor navy base, and with . hr ,rH nf troM- - ... w,Icy and Gene. WKY radio tPatn sumption. " c""wn at the Altus army base. Saturday AmeS SSfleSdjhoS herl .StUn ; l Screening PopuUr dor., a reat deal to , kp to BritS ! J?e t SJngle hit ot tour :ar.r nearly full, the official staS Xn war 25 toe formaI shW- r,;r.-nal level I and the laeof j SS? ? ,he ln reflector In C S.ttr-!, L Meyerson. SESSS- Bron on the average, is consuming rvM.fS?H?n director- and " si; ounces mnr, m, ilti!irected ?I'han nvp ounces less butter, ! by war bond and civic officials, news-an ounce less cheese, almost I Papers and radio stations in the 19 r jPSS. Mightiv more than a j cities. " St.", ounces m'orcannT dm1Cf f dcd ttr"tion. which created ' ou,ncps mor1 canned meat, j great interest, was the crowninr of a mL 5 IfSS f bacon and "am. j local woman or girl ?S ? television , ounc lss sugar and 15 queen. She was presented a S25war ounce, less fresh fruit. j bond by WKY. ThTshSJ was given p;n p ! m, pnca City. Enid. Alva, Woodward. King Reported Stolen I Chnton. Elk City. Hobart. Altus Law-Harrv Janger. 106 E Grand. Sat- ! S Wewoka ?hap nrn,v reported the larceny of a rin. i StlLaTer! Guthrfend" ChiT1 OU Students Named To College Who's Who NORMAN. Dec. 2-tSpcciaU-Three students from Oklahoma City at the University of Oklahoma are among the 27 included in this year's "Who's wno Among Students in American Universities and Collerrs ti-o,. Frank Elkouri. Glenn Dale and Jean PARIS. Dec. 2. (IIPSnn.m. oi. lied headquarters left unanswered Sat- Jacques LeCIerc. commnnrtpr nt th French Second armored division, would be permitted to execute German hostages in retaliation for the sniping of After promising a full statement of policy on LeClerc's threat to shoot uvo uernians in Strasbourg for every quarters hedged on the question and issued this one-sentence statement: "The division commander and his troops now have left the city on further operations." A spokesman said the statement commander of the Sixth army group," I that LeClerc's division had been pulled ,b.-o..uui,,ii8 uncut, since garrisoning in any event. Widowed Mother's Son to Return Home Mary Di Gennaro's son, "Sammy," is coming home from the wars. i uu omcr sons, Dominic H., and her husband committed suicide after hearing of his second son's death. She received the notice Saturday from the war department that Pvt. Samuel i "ow recuperating from wounds in i an Enelish hosnitai riii k :., auiy in this country Paralysis Victim, Mother of Two, Still Paralyzed' OREGON CITY. Ore., Dec. Mrs. Carolyn Wilson, the young infantile paralysis victim who, gave birth to a son a year ago while confined in U1's' ,a 5UU Paralyzed. Now at home here wtlh her two small sons, she is able to move only her neck and head. Glancing at a book, whose pages she turns by a rubber-tipped stick gripped j reporters she hoped to be able to enter - opraigs xounaa- "I will work hard to get well," she said. "I want a chance to fully recover and be a real mother to my two little boys." WACs Smile, Energy win Legion of Merit Africa and Italy, was here Saturday Wash. 3' She was SgL Ella C. Wright of the WAC. who won the Legion of Merit for the performance of outstanding services in north Africa and Italy from Feb. 4, 1943, to Oct. 24, 1944." Her husband is L. W. Wright, wholesale petroleum dealer, of Kalama. SPECIAL NOTICE TO RUPTURED PEOPLE Central Airlines File CAB Brief application for a feeder airline , iem in a live-state area was filed urday by Central Airlines, Inc.. I the civil aeronautic board in W j ington, Keith Khale. vice-presi jand general manager of the ah j ananounced. Central's proposed feeder at southern Kansas, north Texas ant Texas panhandle, and In the Smith, Ark., and Shreveport-Te kana areas. Fourteen planes woul j having a total population of 1.992 proceedings in which feeder air: applications for the southwest are January 8. 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