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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - January 18, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma is entirely probable that many folks out in these regions-would get stirred up if some royalty come around, but nothing like the way they would get feverish if a wildcat oil test came in MOM IT cloudy tonight and Satur- day, possible llRht rain and south central -Saturday afternoon THE ADA EVENING NEWS BUY MORE WAR BONDS 42nd 2.'! 1 ADA, OKLAHOMA, FRIDAY. .JANUARY 18. i'JHJ FIVE CENTS THE COPY Hershey Asks Extension Of Draft Law So Many Draft Volunteering, Draft Ser- vice Behind Its Quota Enjoys Work Likes Some Things In Washington and Doesn't Like Some Others WASHINGTON. Jan. Harrington Wimbcrly. Alt.is. Ok- lahoma newspaper publisher who recently came to Washing- ton as a member of the federal nower commission, has his "likes" and "don't likes" about the cap- WASHINGTON. Jan. l'iiy. SclTtivp Service Lewis I mtemt Wimberly list- R. Hcrslxv told today I 'belli: t.'-.e service had been unable to Minplv its in'intblv quota of .10.- OoO to the armed foii-es be-
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