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Miami Daily News Record (Newspaper) - February 05, 1950, Miami, OklahomaVol xvii no. 187miami daily news record a misled every evening except esterday and Sandal Kerning 9 Mina newspapers inc. Miami okla., sunday february 5, 1950 daily 5 cents sunday to cents Truman a plan to erase Coal. _ crisis chilled ivn/111 be operated by City s baseball club nationwide mine strike an 4 tick posted As John l. Lewis balks at truce Washington feb. 4�? ply John l. Lewis today spurned president Truman a plan to end the mounting Coal crisis with a fact finding Board and this immediately set off wild fire rumours of a nation wide mine strike monday. Coal operators and miners alike predicted that Little Coal would be dug next week As president Truman a offer to name a three Man i a a \ Colorado Veteran 53 news record staff photo about ready to live in a. D. Barger Miami contractor is building these nearly completed residences in the Shadow of the City a new 1,000.000-gallon water Tower East of the b. F. Goodrich Plant. Bargers plans for 1950 include the construction of some 40 More Homes in the Miami area. Other building news and photos on Page la notes from your town 8 Are Hurt at san of Jesse James brands rail crossing Dalton a publicity seeker Zeke that pest Ferous Crow who for two years has held Sway in the backyard at 4��8 k Street Northwest is still making life a Thicket of thorns for members of bus Load of school girls and two fast Missouri Pacific passenger train rams k. C. Bus Driver is accused Kansas City feb. 4�?ld�? a the Curtis j. Farley family and nuns miraculously escaped with in circuit court petition i anyone who wanders into his do juries to Only eight today when main. A streamlined passenger train latent victim of the ram Bunc struck the rear of the bus at a Titus Raven was Bob Sharpe the crossing near Here. Family Milkman who failed to attendants at a Here appreciate Zeke intelligence last fed Sld Quot Mary Lenore was of week. When Bob entered severe Mjune. The con the. House with the family a ,0. Peve Quot a a a a age students to i was said to be not serious. Daily milk order the Bird hop Ped sgt a h of he Missouri out of the backyard and quickly Highway Paro said he Wou a jumped into the Wagon a it too Charpek 0f careless and Reck Jefferson City mo., feb. 4�? apr just a publicity seeker with an Eye for a financial gain a is the Way the son of Jesse James has described j. Frank Dalton the 102-year-old oklahoman who wants Legal recognition As the notorious Missouri train robber of the last Century. Jesse e. James of los Angeles seeking action to prevent Dalton from using his fathers name declared in a Over re the merchandise. Attracted by Zeke s squawking mrs. Farley acid the Milkman ran to the truck and found a Pound of butter picked i to pieces. Zeke was working on a Bux of cottage cheese when he was yanked from Kansas City Catholic Church out of the Wagon. Incidentally. I is and two supervisors sister mrs. Farley paid Tor the damaged Man Vincentia and sister Mary Lens driving against Clarence h. Miller 53, Driver of the bus. Miller was ordered to appear in magistrate court at Independence tuesday. Aboard the bus were 26 girls a Dalton is not the father of xxx Jesse e. James that the proceedings Are frivolous in essence. Xxx were not instituted in Good Faith and xxx Are prompted for the sole purpose of eliciting publicity for financial gain. The purpose is one of a fomenting false propaganda and of exploiting the name and adventures of the father of Jesse e. James. The son alleged. Dalton asked the Franklin county Missouri circuit court last month to find him a in truth and in fact Jesse Woodson Jesse e. James and his wife phone strike s seen shortly Cio communications workers chief predicts walkout on wednesday bulletin Washington feb. In i ply two top presidential advisers said tonight that president Truman will invoke the Taft Hart Ley act against John l. Lewis unless his soft Coal miners return to the pits monday. The two officials. In separate interviews said the United mine workers chief had left the chief executive no alternative hut the use of the act which he has sought to repeal. Presidential advisors Are already at work on the draft of a presidential order. Board fell Flat on the White House Doorstep with Lewis 500-word reply. The White House announced that the Lewis answer a is construed As a rejection a of the presidents proposals. A the presidents further course will depend on the state of employment in the mines on monday a the statement added. Presidential Secretary Charles g. Ross told newsmen to a draw your own conclusions whether the Taft Hartley act would be invoked continued on Page two county cop in election meet Lance Duff of picker reelected party chairman state delegates chosen Ottawa county republicans reelected chairman Lance Duff Picher businessman at saturdays convention held at the courthouse Here. New party vice chairman is mrs. Jaunita Price Miami High school teacher. Two other Miami ans were elected to office mrs. Bessie Taul a a a Secretary treasurer and Joseph s. Thompson state committeeman. The county gop elected a Picher resident mrs. Lucille Jennings As state committe woman. Resolutions commending National party leaders and county officers and criticizing the democratic administrations economic policies were adopted. Enactment into Law of the Hoover administrative adjustment plan and the creation of a non partisan Board to assist in determining the nation s foreign continued on Page three pug Griffin Pacific storm nations Economy last year second Best in history two deaths push Road fatalities to 36 in state their attorney Edgar m. Eagan there in no Ign of Progress in butter while her pet cackled in Lenore. The a group a Enrose of Jeffers City said he sent j bargaining and that Federal Media evident Piee. But All that the Bird to the Jackson county Home for. Their motion to intervene to the to a Effort. Also have been Hunsuc frat for dinner Wahi usual nor the aged to put on a musical pro Franklin county circuit court by Cesti so far. Got for dinner a. In. v m registered mail yesterday. Cir i re Gigantic Telephone motion of dog food. J the was the Missouri Riv cult clerk Edgar Barlage told the no poly seems determined to a we still think a lot of Zeke or Eagle it fast Missouri Pacific associated press by Telephone mrs. Farley said saturday by j Streamliner westbound from St. However he had not received the of he a such a nuisance at times. Louig to 0maha an 0fficiai 0f Legal document at mid afternoon the Railroad said the train appear today. Northeastern a a. Entry was travelling 79 Miles an Dalton declared in his petition College students said a Good hour it8 maximum. That the fellow who was killed ing teacher to two new full time j sergeant Bell said Miller told in St. Joseph Way Back in 1882 faculty members and Howdy to joke had not seen the train Wasny to him Jesse James. In four Adi Tiona night class in True and heard no warning whistle. I Stead Dalton declared the in tors at the local institution of learning last week. Due to an increased enrolment president Bruce g. Carter augmented his teaching re Ter when he acquired the services of Ollie j Gene Buck of Baxter Springs the patrolman said an Eye witness. Ely Mccullough told him warning lights were flashing at the crossing and the diesel locomotive Horn was blowing As the train approached. The bus was hurled 30 feet by fortunate victim was one Charlie Bigelow a who physically resembled me in Many respects. Since Dalton popped up about in year ago in Lawton okla., he has insisted he is Jesse James the original and has dared anyone to prove he Isnit. That a we hat the los Angeles Jameses want to do Eagan said. The Case has not yet been set the bus would have cleared the. For trial by Franklin county Cir in o i Kobo a it no a a or i n a in tracks in another fraction of Seconde Cuit judge r. A. Breuer. Kas., As a regular piano in True the Impact and tossed Over on its Tor. A graduate of Pittsburg Side. The vehicle was deeply Dent state teachers College buckled and torn open about 12 inches studied under will Humble noted from the rear. Sergeant Bell said piano teacher. Plans Are underway for Bucko a piano recital at the first methodist Church next sunday. The other full time instructor is Foj _ in Larry Hansen who formerly Ivl orc a Doii ids to taught diesel engineering at okla of nip Affer fir of homa a and m College in still-1 of j water. Hansen now is directing an one is completed automobile mechanics course at the Otura or r College Here. New 0rk feb. The the evening school teachers Are Hydrogen bomb within a year and Bill Mcginnis blueprint reading1 what my Al a will there be More sians dropped their a Little Block Ferris Luttrell woodworking ted he soon. How much worse Aden of truck traffic today at Thompson welding and John Ken Quot hat ran be expect and what helmeted. Red. Business Law. Hansen also wl11 Llu the limit in an official statement tonight is teaching a night course in Auto i if the Hydrogen bomb succeeds they said it was imposed to combat mechanics. Answer is there will be More smuggling. 1 i because the Hydrogen bomb taps a after two weeks of slow Down Tkv a. Overcast at to source to iat was supposed to exist tactics soviet guards threw the of clock last night at least noon a in the stars stars were seen from Down Here j below and a few late shoppers i predicted rain or Snow for the j Sabbath. At that time Weatherman 1 russians decide to end blockade in German zone Berlin feb. 4�? Al the rus St. Louis feb. 4�? ply the Washington feb. 4�? ply year 1949 was the second Best president Joseph a. Beirne of the j year in history from an economic Cio communications workers said standpoint the eighth Federal re today that a nation wide strike of serve District reported today. Bell Telephone workers set for1 although 1949 opened on a ride Stella want to intervene in the wednesday now seems inevitable of pessimism with a decline Case. Beime said in a statement that called variously a a depression a recession and a corrective adjustment a a an upturn at the Middle of the year raised the average level for the year close to that of the Peak year 1948, the Reserve Bank a monthly review declared. Construction activity reached a new peacetime High. The value a of construction for which contracts were awarded was the greatest since the wartime expansion program in 1942, the review continued. Residential construction teas 18 percent above the 1948 figure in the St. Louis area 12 percent up in Memphis 15 percent in Little Rock and 38 percent in Evansville Indiana. Throughout the District awards of residential contracts during the year amounted to $226,000,000, an increase of 13 percent Over the 1948 volume. Non residential construction wag valued at $446,000,-000 or 5 percent larger than in the previous year. Force a strike a the cd a Leader said. A if that is what they want they will certainly get issues include wages pensions and other conditions. The Union has called out 100,000 workers effective at 6 a. In. Local time wednesday. It is expected that some 200,000 others who Are bound by contract against formally striking before about March i will refuse to Cross the picket lines. Western electric men May strike new York feb. 4�? tip West pm electric company installation workers 11,000 Strong threatened today to join the nation wide Telephone strike set for next wednes Day morning. Their Union division 6 of the Cio communications workers of America said the walkout would take place unless a wage dispute is settled. Numerous other groups of Telephone workers Are threatening a strike against the Bell system beginning at 6 a. In est wednesday. Western electric is an american Telephone and Telegraph company subsidiary the installation workers put in heavy Telephone Telegraph and television equipment for at amp t in 43 states. By the associated press two deaths saturday sent Oklahoma a 1950 Highway death toll to 36 compared with 52 for the same time a year ago. The dead Ira Cecil Timon. 41. Earlsboro. Sgt. Lee c. Thompson 32, Cement. Allman died in a Holdenville Hospital Fifon injuries suffered in a two car collision near Holdenville on u. S. 270 a january la. Homer Allen Boss 52, Shawnee was killed in the Accident. Thompson was killed when the car he was in overturned on state Highway 53, ten Miles West of Walters. Three other soldiers escaped with minor injuries. An 18-year-old Oklahoma City youth escaped serious injury when his car was hit by another overturned and then caught fire. Highway troopers Bill Larecy and Weldon Wood said three youths pulled Hunt from the blazing vehicle. They credited them with saving his life. The patrolmen identified the rescuers As Richard Harris 19, and Otis Powell 17, of Midwest to run squad through 50 the Miami owls 1950 version will be run by a native nebraskan who has been linked with professional baseball for 33 years. F. A. Griffin who has been known As a a pug by Diamond associates since the Start of a playing career in 1917, will independently operate the club. R. O. Hoot Gibson president of Miami baseball inc., said saturday that local officers and Griffin have reached a a contractual the Stocky greying sports figure is expected to arrive in Miami next week end from his Home in Colorado Springs Colo. Griffin 53 years old scouted last year for St. Louis Cardinal Talent after working three years in the same capacity for the St. Louis Browns. He notified the Miami Board of his contract acceptance yesterday. A i am very pleased to take Over the Miami club and will leave Colorado Springs thursday with Hopes of arriving in Miami on saturday a he wrote John r. Wallace Board member who has been Active in recent negotiating. Griffin has said he is especially interested in recruiting Talent from the Miami area. He added that he will be a very glad to talk with any Prospect upon arriving Here. President Gibson said Griffin a is familiar with the healthy effect local players have on minor league baseball As reflected in fan Griffin Pumi Mility toll manage Miami fro Tim Bench but is undecided. At a Illus decision will depend Oil the calibre of available men Quot or aright by interested in the Job. Also b. Malar Conte rim Agi two t Rife ends. Bruno and Lottie Heck Waseity and n. R. Stanbury 19, of aerie the girl waa getting Ade girl 9, ordered to Hospital by a court is dead Al Texas san Antonio tex., feb. 4�? ply Evelyn Heck 9, hospitalized by court order Over the objections of her parents died last night. Attendants said the girl died of acute peritonitis. Doctors said Evelyn a illness probably resulted from a ruptured appendix. A representative of the children a Bureau found the child ill when he went to investigate her absence from school. The halts traffic motorists trapped in Oregon blizzard a old Man River on rampage by the associated press a blizzard that knifed through parts of the Pacific Northwest halted trains and blocked highways saturday. Two cities in the area laced a critical water shortage. Flood Waters continued their rampage in parts of Arkansas and the Mississippi neared the emergency stage at new Orleans. But elsewhere in the nation the flood picture was brighter. A blizzard roared through Oregon a Columbia River Gorge Friday. Nearly 24 hours later she area still was being pounded with sleet Laden winds of Gale velocity. Police Highway and train Crews rescued scores of trapped motorists but All Highway traffic was halted. Three westbound trains were held up at the Dalles just East of the Gorge. Eastbound trains were stopped at Portland. A westbound Union Pacific mail express and baggage train was trapped in the Gorge but a Snow plow was working just ahead of it. Ice caused Breaks in water Mains and let reservoirs run completely dry at Aberdeen Wash. Many sections of the City of 25,-000 were without water. The lower we Hite River spread Over More farmlands in Southeast Arkansas and the ouachita River was still rising at Camden. Some 23,000 persons have been driven from their Homes in Arkansas hardest hit of the flood threatened stat Al. The swollen Mississippi River climbed to 19.3 feet at new Orleans. Technical flood stage is 17 feet. However Amy Engi Beers said they see need to open the Bonnet Carre spillway which allow the High a tors to Row through Lake Pont Chartrain and Lake Borgne to the Gulf of Mexico. Tow spillway a designed to protect new Orleans. The Ohio River continued to Rise at Cincinnati but skies were Clear Over the Ohio Valley and forecasters said they did not expect any serious flood damage. D. W. Pence reported a 40-degree temperature Reading. After reaching 48 Friday the Mercury slumped overnight to a Low of 30 degrees Early saturday. I campaigner ready to Nickel for Juke Box silence Tulsa feb. 4 a in a an anti noise campaigner said today he a going to Juke Box distributors to include a Blank record in every Box. That Way a Carleton Smith pointed out you could buy five minutes of silence for a Nickel. Smith director of the National arts foundation new York addressed the town Hall forum Here. Noise he said has reached such a Crescendo that the country s nerves Are being shattered. Once open that door and the possibilities Are endless. How fast will they come the Hydrogen bomb is arriving ahead of the schedule which cautious scientists set in their testimony before the u. S. Senate four years ago. Zonal Frontier wide open and waved through trucks bound from West Germany to Berlin at rates up to one a minute. A come on come on a they shouted. The break came As the United states British and French authorities discussed possible counter five to to years they said with measures. The official soviet state out specifying what bomb. Can they be worse the a bomb ment on Why the blockade was lifted did not refer to these Confer is said to be at worst a thousand fences. Times More powerful than the a but the russians Learned in the bomb. But a few competent scientists said there was a possibility of bombs thousands of times More powerful. They said this was Remote. But now that one seems about to come True there is new weight in their speculations. % ahead arc the Lithium bomb the Baron bomb and the annihilation bomb to name Only those which Are in the published records. All the a belong to the Light weight chemical element in which scientists expect to find most a their Early bombs. You can add Carbon bombs and nitrogen bombs and maybe beryllium to amplify the lightweight Postai Bil Tiea. 1948-49 blockade that an Allied counter blockade could Hurt. The u. S. State department said this week that a new counter blockade was under consideration. The soviet licensed Nevi Agency adn distributed a statement by maj. Gen. Alexander Kotikov the Berlin commandant replying to a protest by the Western allies Over interference with truck traffic on the super Highway. His statement said smuggling activity was the primary reason behind the stringent measures imposed at Helmstedt that choked truck traffic. At least 266 cases of smuggling had been uncovered at Helmstedt in the past three months. Indonesia regime is wooing Russia Jakarta v. S. I., feb. 4�? the United states of Indonesia has notified Russia that the fledgling Republic is willing to consider establishing diplomatic relations with the soviet Union. Russia recognized the u. S. I on Jan. 26. The new nations Premier and foreign minister Mohamed Hatta in a Telegram to soviet foreign minister Andrei y. Vishinsky said his government a is willing to consider opening of negotiations concerning establishment of diplomatic Oklahoma City. The hit and run car continued for several blocks struck a Utility pole and landed in a ditch. Patrolmen later arrested a Man As the Driver of the car. He we As held in the Oklahoma county jail pending filing of charges monday. Quale treatment a Over the phone from an unnamed physician. Over their protests an order was drawn up by the District attorney and executed by judge c. Quin sending Evelyn to the county Hospital. Craig goodpasture named demo Leader Pawhuska okla., feb. 4�?<.p a first District democrats toddy named Craig goodpasture of Vinita As chairman of the 10-county Central committee. Other new officers All elected unanimously Are mrs. Anna c. Briwn or Tulsa vice chairman and mrs. Jane poplin Pryor Secretary treasurer. Turner declares state is paying Liberal pension Oklahoma City feb. 4�? to gov. Roy j. Turner said today Oklahoma has a Liberal old age assistance program. A the people of Oklahoma Are doing a tremendous Job in the Field of Public welfare a he said in a state wide radio address and added a considering their per capita incomes and their per capita expenditures for old age assistance Aid to dependent children and Aid to the Blind they Are doing a bigger Job than the people of any other state. A approximately 60 percent of All the people in Oklahoma who Are 65 or older Are receiving old age assistance. Only Louisiana has a higher percentage of the Public welfare commission monday offered a is percent slash after april i and brought March payments Down to a $50 maximum. Turner said a the Rolls have gone up and sales tax collections have gone sex Miami an Lucky at animal auction Houston feb. 4�?�?a Cou pie of Marine sergeants could go into the ranching business if they had a ranch. A sgt. Bruce Oshier 32, of la Mesa calif., and formerly of Miami okla., and to sgt. Warren showed 27, Philadelphia pa., unexpectedly Are the owners of a couple of Houston fat Stock show prize winners a fat steer and a hog. Houston oilman George Echols bought the animals off the auction Block and promptly gave them to the sergeants who just happened to be nearby. Photo by Orrick Sperlin gifts for Thomas some 150 District sports fans mostly Home town supporters turned out at Fairland Friday night for a banquet honouring the towns High school team and a distinguished son George Junior Thomas All american Back at the University of Oklahoma. Above Thomas right is accepting a set of matched Luggage a gift from local followers of of football. Presiding at the microphone is Jack Milbou who acted As chairman for the event. In the background Center is de Olvey Fairland superintendent and basketball coach. The Luggage will come in Handy next fall when Thomas launches out on a professional Grid career probably with the Washington redskins. Guest speaker at the affair was Gomer Jones of line coach. He also showed movies of the sooner so 35-0 sugar bowl win Over leu. The weather o Al a h o m a considerable cloudiness sunday intermittent drizzle South Central and South. East sunday Forenoon mild Day High sunday in 50�?Ts. Missouri a increasing it Ness sunday High sunday ii Kansas a increasing it Ness sunday mild sunday sunday in 50�?Ts

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