The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on April 21, 1954 · 21
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 21

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WEDNESDAY, Ai'KIL. 31. IM-l. Land Exchange Approved Every Little Bit Helps WASHINOTON', April '.'d IIARTi"OUn, I'onn . April 2- r The senate interior committee -Hev, Fletcher n, Parker of the Tutsdiy approved a house. paed Immnnuet CortsieKHtion.il church bill in permit Ihe University nMVv has sent Cow .Inhn 0. Lodges ominj; in r.vohanae 3t acre of for- rnntulmtinn of MOn to be for-mer federal land now used as an vwirdcd to the It. S. treasury to experimental farm. reduce the minimal debt. Amazing New Laboratory Development KEEPS TEETH "DEKTSST-MIITE" Scientific Tests Prove New vol ond ions. However -nltli the u.e Discovery KONTROL When tkhmnnJlt and' pwdrix Used Twice n Week Wifi o Without Tegular Dcwftricc- nisiamiy raltcs Uqiti Stows tlic-ir- t-eth Off Trrf. Ivi" . 10 the cteMU Air Victim's Body Is Washed Ashore LONDON. April ?n Ilnti-di Overseas Airways Corp, (IIOAl'l slid Tuesday a body vtaslied ashore near Pants, italy. last weekend was lh.it rJ mi American passenger on the ill-fated Comet jet airliner which plunged into Ihe Mediterranean sea April 8. A spokesman identified hiin as Clyde I Anderson of Amerian Forts Utah, lie had been hound for Cairo from London. Anderson was anions 2 persons killed in the c rash of the Comet while on a flight from Home to Cairo. THE DAILY OKLA HQ A AN Two Men Are Hurt Ttlpnranherc to! l As Car Overturns r i i n Southeast of city Saturday Banquet TWENTY-ONE Two OkUhoma Citv men Injured Tuesday when their overturned near the intersection iitckly. pn tly and s.Uclv, Many of said that KONTROL keep." Laboratories have revealed today ilvat tnnel- they re now ready 10 put. on the feci ly spfe to ena market, n now clrnul development Marie Alien peooli eaJIed KONTROL. which will safely (Unary pa Me pi tenh. Extensive tests were rondiicted (lie tr;h elenn. But w with people who brushed their Icrlh ular use of KONTROL reRiilarly with ordinary (oollip.iMrs that no nol yield lo r vfaled that ordinary dentifrice, when continue, to be "dentist-while!" KON- nne, do not. remove food Mains. TROL run tie obtained M local drug surface dls- Mores, nod it sells for 4Pc. (Adv.i Kosii'toL X iQJ nowclcr should; SEE e William F. Oman cliapl.r of the r Morse Telegraph rliib of America , will hold its annual liatupirl at 7 K Iten.i and Stmner .! iwHilheasl, Lesion rale. NV 10 and Hobin-of the cily. Neither is believed ' son. critical. J All Morse telegraphers are wcl-i nollnml Isaac llavs, .VI. of lata '""' attend. .1. M. Harrison.! iNK 10. driver of the ear. RHlforrtli,r"w71' ""noiiiu'Mt ! , , , , ' . . The bnnmict marks the Jiklril an- compound fracture of both ankles ; nivrK;lrv of ,hr itn.pnSio)1 , M(,s(, His passrnser. Willie Homer, M.jtrlcijrapii and is the third annual 1001 NW .lit. received back anil I liH'Ptlnu MIK'l! the iiruitp'i dl Katl- iother injuries. Both were taken to'ir.allon here. ; Mercy hospital. ! Harrison .said a national Morse I Trooper , Inn Ury said Hays Inst! circuit will be set up in the ban-: cont'rol or the vehicle near the in- quel room for members lo cam-jtersoction and it overlurned in a municate with other points in thc ditch. Hays was thrown out anri'natinn. Re.seivations for the public ! the vehicle rolled over him, Ury; may be had bv conlactinj! Mnrri-' said. jrison at U1 SK 41. Oscar (luest- , , 1 incer. of ?020 Miramor, is vice-' Crash Cause Fixed president. i fresh nnd OKLAHOMA CIIY FEDERAL Famed Educator Dies tobacco s 0KNVK.ll, April ?(ViaWne crash of a liuht private nlane which claimed the lives of four i DALLAS Aneii iiKtn. Utah residents here Mondny was inn, former Soars tlocbnck Kenernl i caused by a pilot error, W. K. i manager who quit business in Wl.t! Bridttemnn. aeronautical inspector J and became the international srand i for the public utilities com mission, 'old man of adult education, died in j announced Tuesday. la hospital Tuesday. I I NEWLY-EUECTED OFFICERS linn arc Mrs, Floy V Cobb. Hanoi !. Fletcher, vieo-nresiilo teacher orfianiation in or5-f Cenlral himbscbool, Hanoi, t takes office I his .Inly. THE GROWING TREND TO MODERN LIVING ON WHEELS We're meeting so many owners of other fine cars Almost every Hay it happen?. In comes a man who drives another fine. car. The conversation usually starls something like this: 'Tve been seeing a lot of new LtDcolns lately. Several of ihe hoys al the country cluh have new ones. They seem practically wedded lo 'em. Say they've never driven any car like it. I dropped in to find out the story." Well, our first step is to take this man for a walk around the new Lincoln. We point out its fresh, clean linesits careful use of chrome-its, low, easy-to-see-over hood. We show the amazing amount of trunk space-Then we talk a bit about the Lincoln engine how it's an even greater M then uij; slock cars in the ! hood. If he's techni-i V-205 engine being ion of ihe one which twice heat all con ican. Pan-American Road Race. We look u ally minded, he understands what we mear high-output, low-friction V-8. Then -it's time for a test drive. We hand over the keys. Perhaps an hour later he comes back, lie talks about handling ease, onderful pick-up, quiet operation, and "never had a ride like it before." Ihe rest is done quickly. Wc offer a top-price for his trade-in. And another proud Lincoln ownerjyWhen may wc meet you? For the fourth straight year, Lincoln won first place in its field for economy in the famous Mobilgas Economy Run. I I mM m mm P J mm fia 11 DESIGNED FOR MODERN LIVING POWERED FOR MODERN DRIVING 4th & Walker Oklahoma City Phone CE 2-1201 LINCOLN MERCURY 4th & Walker Oklahoma City Phone CE 2-1201 of the Oklahoma Kriuri Tulsa, president-elect, and Kenneth nt. Mrs. Cobb will bead tbo bin ill. She teaches Krmlish at Tulsa's 'letcbor's siiperinlcndent of schools, Martin and Lewis Not a Sellout Yet WKY-TV Slates First Colorcast ! With a Sponsor WKV'-TV, following it nchievc-icnt as the llrst independent statin in the nation In telecast a cat "live" color projiram, will resent its first commrrcially.spon-trod siotlin "colorcast" Weclnes-iy nl'.ld, I'. A. Stifit.', station man-r, said Tuesday, The s t a t i o n also will follow iroiuth in ils nlans (or a reeular chedtile of several hours of color itch week with the thrcmuh Kriday prescnta- he "Cook Hook ' home s proiram from 1 to 2 rtina Monday, Surr said. Wednesday's night's program which will he soon in roRiiIar black-aml whilc on existing sets, will be la .'Hi-minute varicly show from B : lo !i :.'!() p. in. sponsored by a local 'television distributor. The show' ! will originate in WKV-TVs Studio iC and will feature- the? Serenaders, vocal-inslriinicntal quartet; Helen I Webb, vocalist; Scot I y Harrcll, gui-tar-p laying western baladoer, and I'rissy Thomas, WKY-TV's i Jprojjram. b Monday 'tioti of f s direc and c the show will be an Oklahoma Indian in Tull tribal rc-Ciilin. and the winner, as yet unnamed, of a WKV-TV contest to most to sec present- ;he.,ho,;r Dean Mnrltn .rfy Saitdiin::;1 zTiVt i-z izLt as Kuests at the firm's Oklahoma City headquarters to view the color telecast on its color sets. The station went an the air with jj ! its first live color telecast April 8 ofduriiiR the R p. in. news room .;.show. In addition So the local live. jcbedule, Suck said WM- TV will telecast the color programs. nifihl stand. .lames 0. BurRe, dire Okla ho tit a n-Ti m es Ch a ri lie sponsors of tlie Tucsclnv all $-1.75 tickets arc j Fut plenty of $:i.7.ri ticket orchestra, center first six rov Ihe mewininc aotl first six of the balcony still ar Btirge said. A numb liable,' nated by NBC. ide the orchestra and first baleonv may still be ob-l- lained and $2 tickets in upper bal-j yan SODerS UD, cony arc plentiful. i lUirce said the tickets are soldi Pinrl Tun WitOC only by mail with a scir-nddtessetl r"'U5 1 yVV r''' ZTrT sdtmdri0 he ,ddreCssodCC tJ lrORT WORTH, April Oklahoman-Times Charities, P) A aske'd Fishing Derby Slated 25-vcar-old truck d r court ncip Tuesday in sneamng one of his two wives. ! Thomas A. Canoe said in a suit I for annulment tl.M he marriert a fishing derby will be held at Laket Marietta, Okla.. on .March 28 whilo Sahnma May 1 for children under j he was too intoxicated to know 12. it will be sponsored by Better 'what he was doins. KishinR, Inc., the cily and the; Later, when he sobered up, be Kiwanis club here. Isaid. be found he already Was, married and the fai.h r of a child.-- Wotch for h'n BLUE eyci in Thursday's Oklahoman lllie wife, he. said the Speech Set Thursday By Colorado Chemist ! STILLWATER,. April 20 A Uni-versify of Colorado chemist. Prof,. Stanley .1. Cristol, will be speaker -Thursday at a meeting of the" Oklahoma section of the American. Chemical society which is expected lo attract. 50 scientists from state (colleges and private laboratories. Go iEA en the fun . . . yet spend your money LIGHTLY! HERE'S HOW mpUl. d.t.d, , ru ' ptt'thevwationyou d moslltkn to n- 'A " toy CI.Mk ..,r f.voot. tour blow. C -'. "V ' WtLl HNDJ""AT,NO IJiTR!C''0;T'T0 VO 3 Pacific Northwest And California Gulf Coast And Sunny Florida (7J Mexico City Hiway Skyway Iml.nrf .1 (oom tlil.W abovt pli lnrf Telephona FO 5-6425 GRAND & WALKER ANNIE HENRY

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