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Miami News-Record from Miami, Oklahoma • 17

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Miami News-Recordi
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Miami, Oklahoma
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17
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THURSDAY OCTOBER 27' 1949 I PAGE SEVENTEEN Miracle Whip No 1 White SALAD POTATOES 86c Quart Jaf 10c 10c 19c 119 CHUCK ROAST Aiparagui Style' 43c 23c Lb 53c reeh 33c 7 PICNIC HAMS 35c 32c 140 Lb Whiting Swift't Sweet Rather Sno Ball' llilnot 3 for 28c A CO Dressed ryers "3 Lb ii Oysters 51c Lb XA PURITAN MILK 1 Wolterman Associate Store Tired of the Same Old Grind? Dozen TH Peter Pon 12 Oz Glass I DAIRY PRODUCTS4r vault tween Miracle Whip Qt The Perfectly Paiteuriztd Graded" Milk 50 Lb Bag I 1 life insurance in a news release of the 'individuals' con are ''aware of their in I Lb Jar Better Per Cup! ment do it he says then Ws complaint to 'the legislative council ask for a law requiring the department to cut the weeds on rights of way 2 Women Cleared In Death of Baby Okla Oct Murder charges have 1 a GREEN BEANS No? 2' Can been dropped 'against' a 'piother'and daughter7 because of a neW bom death last 'J' A district court jury Monday freed Mrs Attwood and the charge against the mother Mrs Hetha Orcutt was dismissed by Judge Hugh Jones The body was found on a creek bank Mrs Attwood said her husband threw it into the creek after birth in a garden patch Att wood was found dead in a New kirk hotel room shot in the head Police said he was a suicide Cream Stylo VOril No 2 Can resh Pint MIAMI DAILY NEWS MIAMI'aOKLA Schoolboy Charged With Slaying Child Oct 27 GB A 12 year old schoolboy was charged to as day with murdering a boy of four' The George Crick ap peared in Ealing court father while police 's searched the Brent river shores for the Stanley Graves Police officials gave no hint the motive and did not say how they knew the child was dead M'S A 19c 6c SLATED TO HANG OLYMPIA Wash Oct Wayne 'Williams 32 year old Tulsa man 'convicted of slaying his wife near Everett Wash in June of 1948 is scheduled to hang at the state prison in Walla Walla Nov is Overseas ProgramA Harvest Campaign Groups Organized 'DAYTON' Ohio Oct Almost 1000 'rural 'counties now are organizedfor the 85 state har vest season campaign of the Christian Rural Overseas program (CROP) This Was announced to day 1 by? CROP field director It represents an increase of 10 percent over the reported last week Cline sad organizations have been completed in 942 counties for the solicitation of commodities for friendship food trains More than 1 200 counties already are making farm to farm solici tations of' early crops These in elude counties in Colorado' Kan sas Louisiana Missouri Oklaho5 ma and Texas The national goal has been set at 8500 carloads Commodities are shipped overseas in bulk and distributed by church agencies CROP is sponsored by Catholic Rural Life Church World Serv ice (22 Protestant denominations) and Lutheran World Relief 3 Hearing Planned on School Conditions OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 27 1 LB A House sub committee Will conduct a two day hearing begin ning in Oklahoma City Monday on over crowded school conditions i Rep Tom Steed of Oklahoma a' member of the House education and labor sub commit tee said conditions at Midwest City Lawton and districts in Ar kansas and Texas will be discussed The cities all are near military installations 1 would be used to repair flood dam age? Is a Treat' to Eat PURITANMILK The Parfoctly Patfeurixed Grade "A'jjailk en parties ore great ana is shop ping here for the foodj and beverages that add so much to the evening'sfestivities We've scores of super values in party foods and scores of low low prices that raise the shopping spirits af any Hallowe'en Party "Ghostess" because they cast a spell ol savings orir her budget Yes there's mogic In your money whenever you shop here for food needs because every price is a low price every day Argentine Sugar 4 Workers Dead in? Strike Clashes BUENOS AIRES "bet 27 A number of sugar workers wtere reported today to have been killed in bloody clashes at Jujuy 'capital of Jujuyj province dispute over whether to end 13day sugar strike Details were' scanty' PolicV re inforcements were ruehed to the province The workers are asking for a wage increase The union recent ly received an 18 percent hike but claiming that Argentine sugar workers get the equivalent pt95 cents a dayit is asking for a 100 percent raise" The govemm outlawed the strike which has made 100 000 workers idle Small and Loan Canter Cut Plane! Is Still Ndt i ound by Searchers OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 27 a search for a missing air plane which left Tulsa riday night centers in i Kiamichi mountains of southeastern' Okla The plane carried George HSHarrington Houston Tex geologist? and 'pilot' Orville'' A Sweitzer Its destination was jlTwenty'airplanes of the Okla homa Civil Air patrol were insthe air today on the 'Yesterday the search centered Paris just over the Red river from Senat or Thomas To Visit King Haakon OSLO' Norway Oct King Haakon receives Senator Elmer Thomas of Oklahoma and six other senators tody here for discussions "with Norwegians au thorities 1 Thomas said yesterday" that mil itary arms aid to friendly nations is investment In world security! 'Legal blanks at News Record MtNU THESE BEITERM eals resh Ground Beef lb bin Steak 4 Pork Chops Pork Loin Roast ormtttll! Hlghait'Morket Price for Your Egg RESH ROM THE ARMS 47c Guatemala Rebels Reported Active Against Regime' Guatemala Wed nesday Oct 26 LB President Juan Jose government today suspended? constitutional guarantees for 30 giving the created by recent disastrous floods as thejea son Jy A If CO? i Rumors were rife in the capital however that the government hasUncovered revolutionary plot No 26 against the government jajriends of Miguel Mendoza for mer chief of police in Arevalo's government reports he was arrest ed this morning ht the Hotel Vic toria' There were persistent ru mors of other arrests Another possible reason for the suspension of rights was said to be suppression press opposition to a1 proposed $50000000 loan from the United States The money JAPAN PLEDGES iJPRICEWORT Country's Export Tag Not To: Be Dumped' on World Mar ket Minister TOKYO "'Oct Japan pledged today not to cut 'prices drastically on exports or dump them on the world 1 The assurance came froth the minister of international trade Inagaki'He replied 'emphatic at when 'asked if Japan might return to I prewar price cutting 'and other trade 'practices 4 I si General Mac elimina HOMEOWNEb GROCERY MARKET 101 A NW on'Japanese produets has caused some concern in foreign cen ters that Japanese might' slash prices in an effort to in '4 crease loor prices' set by allied headquarters were the I lowest at which Japanese could 'J export their fcoods 'LV' "Inagaki said prices' Japanese products would fall but' declined to estimate how much' 'Some observers think they' may go dowii 15 percent Lt vi WEED COMPLAINT OKLAHOMA CITY Oct LB Clarence Reeds president of the Oklahoma Crop Improvement association has a weed complaintf'He wants the Highway depart qgunty 'commissioners and railroad efltepanies tp do some weed cutting He told the Oklahoma ag riculturaht' advisory council that yesterday 'If the' Highway depart 'aL ScholarshipProgramlforrXU All Vets: Is Proposecl "KANSAS CITY Education Commissioner Earl McGrath today proposed a a year scholarship program for more than 400000 non veteran' college students McGrath also suggested a system of federally guaran teed loans' to college and university 'students to those now avallable to World war IP veterans The two proposals Jhe 6 said would be a start toward pro gram to provide higher education to full two million or persons 'with abilities' wjio do pottnpw get to McGrath called the proposals a bill of rights comparable to the I Bill of He outlined the proposals pre shared by the office of education $as the possible basis of federal legislation in an address pre for delivery the'association of land grant col leges and universities The" proposals call for scholar shipsof $600 afyear for under graduates and $1000 for graduate students scaled upward for those with dependentsr L'McGrath estimated that the pro posed fund would provide scholar ships for 400000 undergraduates and about 37500 'graduates and professional school students demic promise and? would be the measures of eligibility ri Red Potatoes laulillower Annins Bik Bn' AppiVl) Buihsl Sock CAULILOWER Large Head 'T KARBE MARKET SELLS MORE OR A DOLLAR 1 lr iGold Medal lour 5 Vanilla Wafers VA MAY CLAIM DEBT vW Agency May Dip into Lite In turanee Dividend To Col IJicVIact $30 Million WASHINGTON Oct SlLiB said today it may dip into1 the forth coming ex GI life insurance divi dend to collect up to $30000000 that veterans owethes goven WSomewhert between' $20000 000 and $30000000 of such debts may be collected from service it said zah cerned debtedness to the government and know that it is deductible from other payments to which they may be agency said around 600000veterans owe' it about $70000 000 The individual dividend pay ments: will be sufficient to wipe out less than: half of the total Most of the? indebtedness sists of overpayments of subsist ence allowance for veterans in col leges or training under the GI bin Other types of debt include de faults on loans guaranteed by the government overpajjnents of pen sions compensation or: unemploy ment allowances' The $2800000000 dividend is to be paid during the half of 1950 to an estimated 16 000 000 veterans Beans AffpA Korbe't Down VVllvv resh Ground Lb Salad Dressing Peanut Butter Strawberry Preserves 4 DielJUO102 South Mo in Miami Brook Burn rOSS nm Con 1 Swift All Swact Oleomaraarine Colored Lb 38c Cranberries rs 't'o Mn Shorteniijg i All Soab Powders 9 27c 1 'Vi i i HOME OPERATEb Phone 4464 Lard 5aRWorj29e Pfln Ai UH I Lb Pkg Whitt unions Lb A 4 Black Bttj Apples Hama Mada resh Pork Sausage 39( 39c 59c 51c (Clote Out) Rkh mode Colorld Cider pw Annl HofGollon A On Compfire Crackers 45e Premium 2 Lk Bea Quaker Oats 31' fLunla I Ah n' kLUAM OS BtannnH sb wa iw a Mil I I KB WW SI IH I 10 Lbs 35cW iMmL Jr il 1 I Bl I I i i i I Al ii QAr 1 11414k in tav ill 1 I171 IV i9j r47c WMH A Jv i 1 IlM I I1 JU 47c fl 1 VJ 1 'o 1t 1 vw tlvin ri 55 'ABBBHBBBh r7 s'f: I' 1 iL Tj 1 i '4 25.

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