The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma on June 3, 1949 · 9
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The Daily Oklahoman from Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 9

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Friday, June 3, 1949
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FRIDAY, JUNE 3, 1949. THE DAILY OKLAHOMAN 00e WEDPING JIT MO EXTRA COST J ..: -"" ill N AT 9 OUT AT 5 J m i Kodak Reflex I (new) $137.92 value ; Argus A-2 35mm fused! 37.95 value Speed Craphic 2'4x3'i (used) 250.00 value " Busch Pressman 2'4x3'4 (used) 215.00 value Argus Minca (new) 9.95 vaJue Cykon Spotlight- (new) 13.95 value 8mm Telephoto Lens (new) 33.95 value AH Metal Tripod (new) 37.00 value Kodak Model 25 8mm Movie (new) 71.75 value 128.80 3.79 9.95 22.50 1 18.95 TRADE IN YOUR OLD CAMERA 6ft a CAMERA Ansco Pioneer 620 $ 7.95 Brownie Target 616 7,50 Argoflex 75. 620 14.89 Kodak Tourist 620 24.50 Brownie Hawkeye 620 5.50 Brownie Reflex 10.95 Ansco Rediflex 13.95 Ansco Flash Clipper 13.75 GIFT Kodak Reflex II $155.00 Kodak 35 F3.5 86.75 Ansco Titan F4.5 89.36 Ansco Speedex F6.3 44.91 Kodak Bantam F4.5 49.50 ROLL FILM NO INTEREST NO CARRYING CHARGE ALL KINDS OF BLACK AND WHITE AND COLOR ANSCO MOVIE FILM S and 16mm MAGAZINE AND ROLL COLOR W Visit Oklahoma City's fSStmA M most modern card de- f:::a m MOViE CAMERAS Kodak Rallant 8mm $89.00 Bell and Howell 8mm. Maeaxino F2.5-- 174.42 Kodak Magazine 8mm. F1.9 163.00 Kayte-e A7 16mm. F1.9 114.00 and Howall Auto Matter Fl .9 . . 332.50 re 16mm. Maaiine F2.5 140.00 PROJICTORS Kodoscope 8-33 8mm $ 75 00 Bell and Howell Picture Master 8mm 262.00 Revere 16mm Sound 299 50 Keystone A-82 16mm 750W 990 Ampro 16mm 750W 199.50 Ampro 8mm 750W 15300 Flight Checking Unit Is Formed A new airforce flight checkine squadron, the first or its kind, has been formed through the civil aeronautics authority at Will Rogers field and the leooth Airways and Air Com bing i Tinkc ealed Thursday. The new squadron, headed by Maj. Charles OTJel!. will flight check all radio and electronic navigational fa- :nenta! United . armed forces bases in mainutninp; such facilities at the highest operation standard. Col. Anthony G. Hunter, chief of the win?, said civil airlines and air-force authorities realize uncounted thousands of lives have been saved by advanced radio and electronics and that is why the integrated system has been put into effect. Already September. Major OTJell said. It will check more than 300 facili-Ue'u?SUCh a.8ro"nd contro1 approach radar and homing beacons, and instrument letdown services, using specially-equipped aircraft. The squadron's planes, of the C-47 for DC-3 type, are patterned after Major O'Dell said the u 1 1 i m a strength of the squadron will be 1 airmen and 26 officers. Boys Give Police Hand Police officers ?ot some help Thui day from Ted Burton. 10. of 1700 M amar, and Ray Pegram. 9. of 1? Alice. The boys found a physiciai b! ick msirum in 0:!K . - - . . 2100 block NE It?. Thev took it " - hollif UKi I'd ;),',!!- n. checked in description to one stol NINE Probers Get Secret Documents Tackets of secret atmic energy commission o D 7 , , , , Muv.uuieillb documents are delivered in Washington to Sen. Brien McMahon (D., Conn.), left, chairman of the joint congressional atanRerS committee. Joseph Volpe jr., AEC counsel, is second from left. The paoer were Svered bv the three AEC security officers, right, who refused to identify themselves delivered by Studios Buzz Public Recor? TV Practice Wi zTt-sm 534 Students Win Diplomas In Central Rites Another 534 cltv nlghschool jenlo" won their diplomas Thursday nigfc ringing down the curtain on the 19- Central highschool graduated 504 ' Municipal auditorium. It was tr larcest graduating class of the s; highschools. And at Britton. 30 seniors -srer down in history as "the last class ( highschool." The preser Britto ill be abandoned i completion of new John Marsha! junior-senior at Britton. Study is Challenge Dr. Kerschel H. Hobbs. new nnstr of the First Baptist church. addresse the Britton commencement audlenct cnatienged them "to go on study but cautioned them to "let nc intellect outrun your spirit." be world tonight does not neci me pnmar is for men a moral character. We : i of s cme our most eloquent preachers.' Central highschool Seniors heart afo by classmates Gayle Osborne "erry Janqer, Jerry Emc-nhiser and J Uir.e Noll. Gayle built her talk on the theme Together We Build and Love." "When God made each of us. H' ave everything that He believed w, 1501 : Y S :.';!! ATJQ: P. A. Suss. 30. "D" day film; , Rabbi 1 Jer.nett, I si ernathy b . : boc :, t l double portion c knev that with . He c Pictwro younolf wearing thi bcouliful Sing Wolth. Your hond looks lovelier, more graceful. Admiring glancet oro youri immediolely. 5 a'l diamondi. 17 Jaweit Suitable for men and women. UK geld 17 Jewel.. Hinged cover. h3t ipoce AVAILA81E THR0U6H YOUR CWM JWEIK . straiRht. Oismo C Peasant-faced ma emcee one of thi- cone in techni-enics have heei mlot;ical effect. pOR instance. Wiley and Gene. cowboy singers; R. G. "Smokliw Hooni" Miller and Knl "On the i. ' M rth ll ... "A." While the siimrrs are beinc lelovlsfd there will W u bin "win-WandG or;s"..Ietfe1'?. P'-I'h For editors Miller "and' Middles-worth this fake window will be re-mo-.vd, riesks and tvnewritors for Hal and v the smoking room editor. - 1 ' . nd jti.'dlo itiil ;n V.:e "Waifli i consult. OLson looks a "Southern Sort VanDykc. Geoi ceremony and n mcntary film obs. niversary of "D:i Wiley and Ger p. m. followed at his Carolyn Rcxro S.30. Miller's Smoking Roc Conley Graves, pianist, i .10 by Wnciv,, could not fail." she said. i Jerry Janger said he felt "th3t yot !and I can join hands with the othe: J eager young people from all ove I America who are now graduating fron j hirrhschools and together we cai 5 : form a working crew helping to built i Citizenship Emphasized I Jerry Emenhiser told his class "wi the book, of Ii!e' ",e of the greates e Sabbath o; i n go h the manlfes- of our fellowme; . U Fib y n;eh 7:30 p. m.. ;; hncr a McCurtain Irish PotGto Pries Program Slated put on by city a Sundays through Thursdavs Jack Hauler and Bob S-.v velcome relief from t live been greeting Oak Grove Church i t "J Sched u I es Annual j rS '0tzZ ;. H ornecoming Event' fzMmi:'u Movie Timetable Veak, tired. Nervoissvp; Pepiess Men, Women jv tzf rtHeVim.S gor. Vitality) J; Motorist Sues Bus Firm is collision April will be the main business of the day. against 'the oyho-, Ward with his father, the late J. A.lby U'. H. GInden win Ward, was amor.? the original build-i struck the rear of hi' ers of the Oak Grove church aboutjihe intersection of G" alleged a bus id and Robin- CONVAJR-Liner 300 M.P.H. Luxury Flights Twlca Daily to DENVER, TULSA, WICHITA . IT'S SO EASY to order a SEATTLE Lv 1:55 PM$ 107.65 PORTLAND Lv 1:55 PM $99.30 1 Call your travel agant or 62-4496 U Tickets Skirvin Tower Hotel. "Wf Aik about half-fare Fomiy Plan 0) um mssatii t i k h " s its w "wes In the BIG Sunday Oklahoman Call 2-121 i before Umn Tomorrow ASK FOR "WANT AOS"-AN EXfERiENCeo AD TAKR Wilt Hilf YOB iifffE1fS IfBackACHIS 0 non -organic an'oton-sTstemfc 1 Bladder troubles? If so, try tjnndiclr-e. a doctor's formula. y: 1. Help; as. 3. This s. 3. nSps reduce 'rxlght ax om druggist today. Money' 3

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