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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 23, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Th. way prk., on w., clortim, ko.  Bp , ^  mnk  .  CMpl .  Mm „  Mw. walking off .ilk oiwH.., tallow'.  Partly cloudy this afternoon to* wjht: low temperatures near 20 Panhandle to 25-30 southeast.  out of the petit larceny class any more  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  BUY MORE WAR BONDS  Seven Arrested Police, Wanted Bogus Check Ring  Confession of McClure Reveals Printing, Filling Out And Passing of Chocks in Several Cities Over Oklahoma  Seven Ada men were arrested by members of the city  ivnm^ v  Sday , night after the y received information  ,he  Forman police department that some of the men were wanted there for giving bogus checks.  All of the men were arrested^ - -  by the Ada police department  punt oeparimeni and questioned by Chief Lester, assisted by County Attorney Vol  Crawford.  *****  of  McClure Statement  Following is a part of a statement by Numan McClure:  “I had the checks made at the Hardin Printing company on aouth Broadway early in December, 1945, for the purpose of passing them and getting some money. And when Rabbit Goodwin first came back from the navy he and I were talking and he said that he had a check protector (paymaster) and told me where it was. It was at the north entrance of the VVintersmith Park behind one of the columns on tile right side going south. I Passed First At Durant  1   V. J *£ nt to the place  where he had told me and got it. And prepared some checks that I had  BTinted bv Hardin's and went to •urant about Jan. 4. 1946. and  of$49 84° e there  * or the  amount  He'd Chill North Pole  Cornify Attorney Asks Boor License Revocation, Listing Numerous Complaints  County Attorney Vol Crawford has filed a petition in district court asking that a beer license ■jai had been issued to Bill UouRlas be revoked for a number  °£  r «f*2 n *  The  Petition was til-ed Wednesday morning.  On January 15. 1946. Bill Douglas was granted a 3.2 beer license to operate at the place of harness located north of Ada known as the North Pole.  The petition reads that the license was granted only in the name of Bill Douglas while the location of business is controlled  AILjouJ p J I tx         “-    nvE    CEXTS    THE    cop *  Mb rn Department of Agriculture to Seize Dahl RDM Strikebound Meat Plants Saturday  Giant    C..._____a    „    e.i    I    --4        W  I was on my way to Houston    °\    ?i ,nes  L  s    ls     control^  Tex., at that time. * I came here Sn    ^    by    him    and Ruby  from Houston. Then on Jan 21    —    *     each    ownln *     an     undivid-  1946, me and Bob Smith and Henry Green went to Pauls Valley rn Henry s car. When Bob and me cashed some checks. I don t know how many and we cashed some checks* between there and some little old place I believe Purcell and we went to Forman where Bob and me cashed some more checks and then we came back to Ada. Green did not cash any checks.”  Questions - Answers Following are the questions answers that followed:  Q. Now Sonny, didn’t Green  SSL?!?  wa l 8? m S on about cashing these checks?  .. A * W* 1 !* how about putting it this way, just between me and youj/m pretty sure that Green knew what was going on, but I couldn’t say exactly he Itnew what was going on.  Numan McClure, alias “Sonny”  • n * Clarence McClure, Bob  u*5sa sst.* “* •“*  to be involved m the check deal, I Toilets at 25 per cent of th*™   a  -!f, dy 1! 3  COUnty  jail serv- were found to be ?m pr0 wriy a jail sentence.    constructed.    improperly  -vl?    checkers    had    some    I    At    52    per    cent    of    the school  beinE S  J^dai^F W1 i th rk^V  payee no  £? f °rt  was found to  Provide Demg Jordan Fuel Oil Co., 816 washing of hands before eating  Prane Street. Tulsa. Oklahoma, of lunches.     r * ® atmg   I ne ti A Ty lr U*ac tKo lTi     i    XTao.o    al.__• _    •  (Continued oft Page 2 Column 2)  QwA POs  County Schools Oi Improvement Wok  Statistics can be dull things or they can be stirring and revealing.  Those that summed up a recent survey of sanitary conditions in 52 of the 53 schools under supervision of the county superintendent’s office revealed much that needed doing and stirred school and health auth- or m? es to  do something about it.  The schools scored 2.811 points of a possible 5 200 or 53 per cent. The county health department  w *sm charge of the survey.  In Serious Condition From •CMfo Wound; Authorities Seeking Moro Information  Tile condition of Albert Bovd  nu? 5V“8!3?&«» *"««  mcnt n.l i?.    *&* establish-  Sh?    °f.    Ada.    is reported  lf MT. by hospital attendants at  SSJ* «, h °?p it ? 1 - The knife »  ay . and • fight during which  tU a of  ,njured  happened  Tu ^ s fay afternoon.  sai^ 0  fhat aW fL° rd :vl 0unty  attorney. said that the bouncer' at the  place received minor knife lacerations about the body, but Wa condition is reported good and •ru  n in a  hospital.  ,i™ county attorney said that 11 persons were questioned in his office late Tuesday, but none of the persons questioned seemed to  play" .r&H  ih!Lk .u  e North Po1 *. even and fn^ th  y Were at  toe Place  and in the same room where the knife play took place.  *?. a *  oW *cially re-  R^rik o i* ? f  i he  Parson* at tfM? North Pole at the time of the  fight, which involved knife plav boning” *  10 h “     ,or  0“** :   Local authorities are hoping to  a?    ^formation   as . to,  w bo did the knife wielding   P #J 9° yd in a loc al hot  wojiid *  £rom a  *****  The county attorney said that P° yd  was stabbed just over the heart. Authorities have not been £i v *2  a  chance to question Boyd as his condition would not permit any nervous strain that would ac-« series of questions from law enforcement bodies.  (IO fltdvofken Demand (flanges la Federal In Un  Assoil Guaranteed Profits; Union, Stool Componiot Soak Public Support  By CH AKLES WELSH  Trainmen, Locomotive Engineers to Decide lf Thcy # || Coll Strike  a WILAND. Jan. 23.—(/I*)— A strike vote will be taken imme-? a ‘ ely , among the 215.000 mem-j cf the Brotherhood of Rail-u'w-e  Train men, President A. F.  War Department To  lid lf Necessary I Seizure Adion  No Assurance Most Of Strikers to Return Even With Federal Operation Established  Revision or federal corporation    ^ 1U     a     l ?° ay *     and     toe    w TON ’     Jan     &  fa* laws was demanded todav by    k of Locomotive En- J? J^h*^ House announced to  the CIO-United Steelworkers a's I „ ? as  r Ca J led a  committee  day th f. department pf agricul  union and manasamant  u meeting for Feb. I at which time  1  ^ ure VV *H seize and operate strike  bound rn*-* —’  Saturday  o, I nAKLts WELSH bors of the Brotherhood of Rail- I I PITTSBURGH. Jan. 23.-m_ ft    A. F.  Revision of federal corporation     sald     ‘*iay.    and    the     T . W   .*t? fcS? was demanded today by    En-    i  Now there is a six weeks campaign on to improve sanitary and physical condition of the schools  The Kellogg Foundation, coun-i state nealth departments  A checkup each week is show-mg that improvement is already definitely on the way at most of the schools.  Old Clothes Orb Collection Is Sot  Boy Scouts to Make City. wide Collection Coming Saturday Morning  V  Prarie Street, Tulsa. Oklahoma.  The bank was the First National Bank Sc Trust Co.  Called “Neat Job” or Forgery  There were sever * wrong with the checks, remain* the America Bankers Association number. The    number on    the  check was    68-1    and should    have  been 86-1. The name of L. B.  Joi dan was supposedly sigi the check,    but    the name    „  stamped on it. Local authorities term the signature as a neat’ job of forgery.  McClure    countersigned    the  checks as L. B. Jordan on his own admission and also admits he is the brains, but he did not “twist anyone s arm ” to make them go along. Chief Lester said  Tsed Payroll Check Form  bm r?f. ch n rlt u  passed  appeared to he pax roll checks as each check  gave the number of hours worked, total wages paid, withholding tax and the amount of the check. I Each cneck passed was for the amount of $49.84. It showed that j Parson earned $56.00. had I 56.16 taken out for withholding lax leaving the amount of th«» ** **    .  check    ^Martin    Clark,    ch^rman    for the  Eight checks are alleged to hi.  a     collection, announ-  have been passed in Pauls Valley     Cl / y  S ,de piclc up  °* old  tnree in Purcell, eight in Norman g M fni Th^Rn L?° rnin| at  and one in Durant in addition to iu j •    ■ ® oy  Scouts, under  checks passed i„ other cilies In cLSSFTL,*S*"#”  H,r “^ other states.    Lamping    and    Activities    chair-  Mcelure. Smith and Green were     in  .^ har 8 e  o* the col-  —^------ ^ . —-    ere    lection.^ He will be assisted by  D. R. Pike and Edward Lee.  ^ f  nu IU ber cars wU1  ^ need-d foi the collection. Those who tan use their car should get in I touch with these men by calling  644, 142*1 or e 7 , i elePh ° ne numbers ;  It's Old Clothes Night for Jaycees  Ada Jaycees are instructed to  rlnfh, Ue ? r U V *? rip 8 their old uieetin tonight.  ♦kJ « Jaycees have taken over the task of contacting local t a ?u rs ’ stores, shoe shops to a** that any unsalable or uncalled-for clothing or shoes be turn-ed over to the Old Clothes drive.  Tonight is contribution time for the Jaycees, who are to bring id     cloth ing    that can be  destitute by C war. ° f Pe ° PlCS le,t   I     and  ^belling of the  nrn^ mg  ^  p3rl of  tonight s  program.    *  ^t y °w Gu ?  Thrish wil1  report on the March of Dimes.  There will be a report on the   e »i tended to  Ardmore  Jaycees to be guests of the local  STfaaLyV  dmnerdance   lark Nonikiafed or General Rank  Trumon Send* Nemos Of Nnmbor of Mon for For* molten* Rank af Ganaral  brough* *ic^ ory to Zr ImtaS*? 221, the metals of  »nd ers wa k off T<e “ job. h,»"w' dle  “  7S0 £°°  ! ‘“ 1  work-  No. I plant in Yoim^town^Jhio I? attembwf K**  Rcpublic Steel s   wan Plant at Tounmtnwn o^lfirf ^  y one  maintenance (NEA Telephoto).  W  f  cm P loyed  about 8,000 workers—  WASHINGTON, Jan. 23.—(JP) —The names of Mark W Clark  eranS^a  aSSail  l * d by  * Texas vet-  batUte ?n 0U tiL b ?t a } 1 “  01  • <x*ay Dame in the Italian campaign  Md ten other well known wS  time leaden have been sent to  f!j? 5 ena  . ^ y  President Truman  fSJTKOP *°  the , Permanent  rajj* major general.   n i? minees  toclucie six who  uere  full generals under temoor-  Can' <Sr.i: ge  J^ hurchiI * Kenney. d> an S d P Clark Th0m “ ^  Hto '  er 0t Ro£T e T*  IrI CUren « Eak-ler    Ei'helber-  falter Bedell Smith and f r  ob *5 Charlwood Richardson, iii*.’ ♦    * whom were temporary  lieutenant generals and Ma] Gen. Thomas Bernard Larkin.* )*as nominatud to that rank aneq|l y  and for appoint-Rh/ 3  ^“artormaster general. Brig. Gen. Thomas Jefferson  permanently and as assisted. to toe quartermaster general for four years.  ♦oJ^* nty t * lr ^ e  temporary lieu-aont^ii genera  and three major generals were nominated for the permajen, rank SfbrM  — *- --  Nary (Hts Point I Scores Lower For  Discharge Reflag  Tag Mea ol Five Big Powers Fail Secretary  a ^A®*flWC»13QN^ JaAr. 33, ufx-J    g» JORN IftHwwiTnirra  An additional 191.100 navv men    ?    On^RGHTOWER  and women will he eliaihie^? i« ^^PdN Jan., 23,    —The  release s™2n to ten weZ h.^!2^. men  ,°J .‘, he tlve  Principal through further cuts in poiSt sectwHv'to^ifJ Nations met *---- "    Secretary  lr    “rvr " 03  uciudnaca loaav bv    .. .    „    .    t*n*    ..----,    —“■iuuuih.cu to*  the CIO-United Steelworkers a's SI??- ? as  r Ca J !ed a c °mmittee  day th e department pf agricul-union and management each ^vfl m i g     ’     1    at    whicb  time |V re  ' Vl11 sei2e a n d  operate strike-  sought to marshall public opinion amini c 0 may  ^ authorized     mcat    pa ^ltmg    planU ob  on their side of the thrce-day"oW  am  A  ( ? 1  n «,! he  1  engineers.     s aturday.  strike.     d     Al    \anley    Johnston, grand    „ Press    Secretary Charles G  Philip Murray, president    of     e d* 1 . nc er    of the Brother-    5,®”.  ld „toe agriculture depart  both the CIO and USW. charged f!‘u .i. L' on,ot,v<  Engineers.    .  ,!1  , havr th e aid of th*  in a letter to treasury Secretary *1 brotherhood chairmen from ^ I department “if necessary’ Vinson that existing legislation     ra,,load     would meet here     and  that    the agriculture depart-  W'ould give the stalled steel    in * f S *    .u a 11    ls a dls t‘nct possi-     VV, J    conduct the operations,   .........  -     d     -     1    In_     bilify that they will authorize a  1Ross d ^ l *ned to answer ques-  sti ike vote among our 78 OOO.     ns  concerning his terse annie tubers.”    “tiouncement, made to a hurriedly  Whitney said the membership  ca,,ed  l J? ws  conference^ rtke viiIp u'niiiri u_ ._i—    ,    Orders    Being    Prepared  Ross made the following oral statement:  The government will seize the closed meat packing plants on Saturday, Jan. 26.  ’The necessary orders tor the seizure are now being prepared of labor.  on guaranteed profits that are 29 per cent above the level of Prewar earnings” even if it  should “loaf the r?st of the year strike??  531(1  f he  ™™bershi P  —remain absolutely idle™ Ji" ke V ? te w , ould  be taken on   ---i    vji    Ut I  —remain absolutely idle.  U    S. Steel    President    B. F.  I* airless scheduled a nationwide  rad.° a dd r e  SS  (ABC. 9 pm. Cen-tral    Standard    time) tonight to  present industry’s side of the  fL ,n J iu P ? e *  and in  a statement j /°L th  his reasons why Presi-dent Truman's compromise proposal for a wage increase of 18* i cents an hour, accepted bv the  ment  WM rejected  by manage-,     u *    ^S. Steers    offer of a    15-cent  f fi  ess    said » “ met    75  Per  a K-u union’s proposal,” to  n?rT e f tl ° n  ° f  ^ totter de-mand for a general wage in-crease of 25 per cent, and numer-  (Continued on Page 3, Colu^iTc)*  Amy tatefligtara  Ital Abrawfl Two Dan Before P. H.  • 7"    •• #v     usiivii 9 ui UU0531    lo  go higher, he added W’ould en WASHINGTON Jan 21 im_  * housands o f^fa brl I    Gen. Walt,? tShort T*~' ernm^m ^  Wh?2 . and  P roceMor * of steel    congressional investigator, *ev'    Ni quoted d lre ctlv. had?ndkata  m wf’L-!  e , ry  existence would    be    f*" j    which he    said showed that    **>« seizure would be made Sa  ?inn£ a  y sh ?“ Id we  grant    the    ?”,    >*  befor e    Pearl Harbor the    urdav. to allow further time I  unions demand for such a large  ch ' ef ° f  army intelligence did “-   —    -     m *    '  and unwarranted increase.”  1,0  helimvok on    —»u  I AW Ok       m    rn    rn    *  by the secretary  v .  The seizure will be made  *t Partr ? en a t  r° f a 0r*cultur€  u  ‘th the aid of the war depart ment if necessary. The plants wil oe operated by the department o agriculture.  ^That s the whole of it at thii A few minutes earlier a gov  Mi unwarranted increase.”  not  believe an Later a group of fabricating  Japan was  near.   at a  Press conference here. The 1941 chief of intelligence  £or *  separat ^ of their  Wa * *MJ. Gen. Sherman Mil« Mr    i a ns  * rom  those of  D   Shoi *C army commander at   p ,°d ucin £ firms, asserting their  Pcarl  Harbor when the Japanese fi?r th?! re “K l !!. UCk  “despite the  t ? t  u  h  ck  December 7, 1941. read in-tnnitty ♦ bad no real oppor- j!°  th c  re cord of the senate - house ai, bargain collectively  ln Qu ,r y this message which he with the unions.” The USW de- ffid Miles sent to Panama on  December 5, 1941:  scores for discharge, ellective March 15 and April 2.  !n genera 1  the reductions will •J®  at  toe rate of one point each date for male personnel, includ-tng doctors. Point scores for  of State James F. Byrnes today and were reported to have failed again to agree on a candidate for secretary general of the new se-curity organization.  The negative result of the 90-  i rn list    :___ i _ •    :  WAVPQ    “JTTl*     i, '" V4,r3     ntrgauve    result    of    the    90-  ujin    *    nurses    generally    minute meeting led some officials  Jounced Ma?h p I ev , ousl . y  - an- to express fear'thal the fh S! unced March 2 levels until ers were drifting toward a dead-  lOCk On tho nitreti/xM — - - ^ .JI _    ____   .  ......  auu    uiitrn    were  turned over to Dub Wheeler, former UKJahoma Highway patrolman now chief of police at Nor-man Wednesday morning for further disposition.  Q. What did Henry Green get out of this deal?     g    He g( ? 1 some of  toe stuff that is up there at his house and ne got part of the money and I guess that is about all.  (J'k. Now  Sonny, tell me about  m*oSftom C i h a eCkS  * hat y ° U passed   a u^ on,€  * n  ('xlifornia  lh*™ t and Floyd Coats passed  I J r ^ now how manv   tK     don    1 know  bow  ^toere was or the amount.  W (.ant you give me the approximate amount?  A. To the best of mv knowl-  rata Tift About Ada for C of C  Situation, Handicaps, Mood Far Revision af City Charta* to Re Presented  •nT her . e _ U  h* P |a 'n talk at the  Ada Chamh^*"    of    the   of  Commerce.  lav    ^beduled to  nf fKft a? toe meeting some of the conditions and handicaos under which Ada, with all K  fift?ft- e !2 urces  and reputation, is facing the coming years.  Gene Gulick win follow with pointing out of some of the ways in which a 1912 city charter *2 holdmg back development and city efficiency here and will ex-plam why a group of citizens fkv-ors a freeholder election of a  study  toe situation and draft revision of the city charter.  April 2, when they will drop one point.     K   ,.X ice . Admiral Edwin E. Dentin     nav * 1     Personnel.  said yesterday the navy's demobilization program, scheduled toPJ”  th e half-way mark of 1,-500,000 releases within a week T ..b®%two thirds completed by April 2.  , bis announcement included reductions for various specialists of whom higher scores are requir-2,,, arto added it was “anticipat-  ^fts.iei i!* eir     requirements  could he cut to the general level by June 2.  The new minimum scores—  i JKS  10 make  an aditional 14,700 officers and 176,400 cnlist-   an ?  w ?n , en eligible for  d J®cbarge—for the major classes auectea:  Enlisted men~March 2. 32 points; March 15. 3\; April 2.  Male officers— Ma reb 2,    39;  March 15. 38; April 2. 37.  Enlisted women—March 2, 21;  March 15, 21; April 2. 20.  Women officers—March 2, 27;  March 15. 27; April 2. 26.  Male doctors—March 2,  March 15, 48; April 2. 47.    -  Nurses-March 2, 27; March 15,1  te rday. 27: April 2. 26.  lock on the question, made more acute by charges of political in-terference made by Iran against Russia and by Russia against the British in Greece and Indonesia.  dined comment on this  -fc----  Wa Levi, Fomer Grid 6ml, Rilled  Woman Quaotionad In Dotal Stabbing of Fantom Hatkall Flayer af Twenties  DENVER. Colo.. Jan.. 23.  a ^ ni ! . States - Japanese re!a-tions strained. Will inform you if and when severance of diplo-matic relations are imminent.” The message caused a stir a-mong members of the Senate-House investigating committee. Senator Lucas (D-Ill.) told reporters he thought it was “one of the most important developments  Senator  AFL Ta Return  CHICAGO, Jan.. 23. Lf**— The striking AFL union of meat workers today ordered its men back to work in struck plants Saturday, tho day set for government seizure of strike bound properties.     %   fad Jimersofi, president, and Patrick E. Gorman, secretary - treasurer of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher workmen of America, issued a statement saying as “loyal Americans” they had ordered their memb-ers in struck plants of Armour, Swift. Cudahy, Wilson, Kingan and Morrel] companies back to work effective Saturday.  i* Ferguson (R-MIch.) . ^ j — -  said it was important in the in- P^s^de striking CIO work« or.usn in Greece and Indonesia: I tJENVER. Colo.. J an .. 23 FJP—    messages Washing-     to the * r  jobs under go  American officials had hoped' Denver police today Questioned    ^    other    places    than    *    °P era V on * Labor d  to make swift progress on the  a 37 *- v « a r-old woman in the fatal l f 11 '  s . a,d  toe message in f t  a ^L men ^t officials have said th  situation today, both at the five- Jabbing of John Thomas Levi ?m^rtTnt^n fh  h ® Ve bcen most  io return lf thi°I  Had agrei  power meeting and a labor infor- an Indian tentatively identi^ ISIS    t e    cross ’ e xamina-     th e    government    tot  mal session of representatives of; I by^Deteetive Captain James nes" 01 MlleS ’  Wh °  has a  wit-  OV %  g     ^    ^  •ll ll security council members E-    Childers as    a star of th. Ha.. ct" ...    tk^Action Flipped  so the new peace breanization  1     Institute's    famous 1923 fool* Short also handed    another new-    i II , n ,5j ? r ' ln  I  ls a *i on  has i  could begin building a,Apeman"  ba " •cam.     m ° US    1923    f00t '    J*jjl-now document to the com- ”n ™ aL ? °i H' htr a   ant staff.    Merman    |     chj , dwj uid  -    .    nuttee.    “on on (die steel strike. Ross sai  The five powers have to agree  an hour  after being taken from —  wa J  an  extract from testi-    u    "ere    ai  in order fo^the full roundTto I  h “ hotel room    to SLver Ge^    v°" y b L. Maj G ' n -    Hayes A.    g' a “J? H*™' 7  K. a »cr to I  nominate a man whom the 5    I* 1     hospital.    Gener-    Kroner. 1941 chief    of    the intel-    ,hJ .? ‘, h c p>cture to he  member general assembly may .  R ccord, show that Levi, play- 1    anch under . General  p i led .  steel dl5pute -  RoM  r   y  *-----    —     a ‘     3    p (? v,ous     *"'«•*«»-I T know of no such plan,.”   ac si pt  / or . "j* 0 **    "     ln 5  on  toe Law rence. Kas  The United States is reported I ®jbool team under coach Dick ttijV  f 9 r the *20.000 a vear ^st. Ru"' I  ,h c tosser of the longestTomplo"  P  n P ,? rJne     of  sia has been advocating the can-icd forward pass in gridiron his- have the'taSneft? didacv of Trygve Lie. for.i.n tory.    *     a     V?  the  benefit of I  SIH Has Peen advocating the can- J  Ior ward pass in gridiron his-didacy of Trygve IJe, foreign  to ry.  minister of Norway.    I    .Levi coached at Haskell. Burke  The meeting, at a Mayfair hot- ! Si* ^j 1001  at Fort Wingate. N.  . r V-V.WVW a »cal PUM. rvus  sia has been advocating the can didacy of Trygve Ije, foreigi minister of Norway The meeting, at a Mayfair hot  I ' "k* first such session that  D  ' —“ —lAW” *“S'i scnooi. ™a been attended bv Andrei I  Pon ca City, Okla. At the time of Vishmskv, Soviet vice! ii 1 *  deat h he was employed by a commissar of foreign affairs and I Denver Packing company. chief Russian delegate, since the A brother, George Levi of Gea-49; !i!?? ni I? g the  L r NO conference  f  ^    .    w    ho    played w ith him  yisninsky arrived in London yes- at Haskell, was notified of the  1S  terday.    i    death.  Others at the meeting in addi- Childers said Levi and his w ife Hon to Byrnes were British  were  divorced this mont*.  (Continued on Page 2 Column 3)  {weather  TEAM” GETS COOPERATION OF BOTH SIDE  PEIPING. Jan., 22,  Oklahoma—Partly cloudy this afternoon tonight and Thursday co der northwest this afternoon; colder tonight; low temperatures "far 20 Panhandle to 25-30 southeast: colder Thursday; much ^ der south and east: strong *mds diminishing Thursday.  a l ix v*vvuuvc neaa-quarters to halt post-truce fighting between government troops  2?^!2 f £K Un e lsts in th e Tsinan Si T j Shantung province radioed today it had achieved “complete cooperation” there.  °# I Jk P *  Lake * American member of the team, radioed that government and communist field ^^anders at Taian, 54 miles south of Tsinan, had agreed to cease hostilities, release all prisoners and repair railroar  1  team returned to Tsinan.  •ft *rVif ld th e team planned to go to Chang Tian, where strife was reported.  v.SlS ate Ii e tV rns ,or am °unt invested—Ada News Classified Ads  • * —* —•    ..    —- ■■■■ nu i viiie in auui*  in contrast to the army point i! on  . to Byrnes were British 83'stem, under which points are  yore, 8n Secretary Ernest Bevin frozen as of last September 2. i C au J„ B ,?. ncour . of France and V. naval personnel accumulate points I  K - Wellington Koo of China.  each month on this basis: one-1    ___*  naif point for each month of ac- 1     -  tive duty; one-half point for each year of age: one-fourth point for  of  *^L vice  outside the  ii? Ii oft  navy  system also allows IO points for personnel who have one or more dependents as shown by navy records  p ”® r to  midnight August 15,  • 4-  *  {AP baby BORN ON  american rescue ship  SHANGHAI. Jan., 23, <«P»—A Japanese girl was horn early to- th * American freight-  Pickefs Keep Fire Fans From Blaze  Big Damage Done Ta Builling Near Center Of Chicoge Stackyards  CHICAGO. Jan. 23.—(Ah— Fire fans w ere barred by pickets from getting a close view' of a fire  Mcbrikwgli Added Ie Tuba ll. Staff  Former Sooner Greet And John Garrison of Electra, Texet, Employed  TULSA. Okla.. Jan. 23.—(£V— Hugh McCullough, an outstand-  HIF h3Pir    Ah    LL___ m  Japanese messages.  1944. that in the world did not intercepted  Mere Marines To  Start Horae Seen  Lawaring af OMctaarga Faint* ta Start 5,000 Man,  Some Officer, Homeward  OUM W. CLEMENTS  IIENTSIN, Jan.. 22. (Delayed) ****    ut-pcirimeni    nad  “ —Another 5.000 enlisted Ranees that the 70.000 stnk ‘n and a few hunHrn/l HT m r t a AFL meat worker* umti/i  men and a few hundred marine officers are expected to be started homeward in two weeks as discharge points are lowered about February I. Maj. Gen. Keller E. Bockey, commander of the marine third amphibious force, said todav.  Roc key said that 16.300 existed rmn and officers have been returned to the United States  Last week Kaiser signed a cc -act with the CIO United Sh Workers union for his Califon steel plant.  Chester Bowles. OPA admin “••tor. was scheduled to ta . with President Truman short arter noon and Labor Sec re ta Schwellenbach had an appoir ment later.  Seizure of the meat packii plants would be the first sui action m a major labor dispu since the current wave of b strikes started.  it remained uncertain, hos ever, w hether federal seizure i the meat packing plants wou restore speedily the normal flo of beef. lamb and pork produc to the nation's tables.  The labor department had (ranees that the 70.000 strik AFL meat workers would rett to work for the government, I there was no such commitm at once from 200.000 CIO me hers who also are out  .    _    "II    U  mg back for Oklahoma a few fZ , ^LV ne  united States  years ago. and John M. Garrison lot? ii'Jiin ?!:  Rep,acem «nts a successful Texas high school I 13.500. with another 6.000 coach at Electra, were added    to-    j? 0 !! 1 a    officers  due in    late  day to the football coaching staff     Fe *l™arv.  at the University of Tulsa    u Marine strength in China    has  Head Coach J. O. (Buddy)  1  ? n *  r ^cft C€:1  . from 6 2,000 to Brothers said the assistants leav- f a  45 ( ¥°  s,nce th e Cictober  "oVd“„iS.    f p?    TSSVtSS  am sssr&sas rarayarrsat I    ■jra-  the national profes-     e JPfcted    the    suggestion  ■HTH  PESSIMIST  Bt Boh niMka, jn.  mobite’thm  ( |S^T y told |t®^ ard a *ii ."htadrt"^ j 00tTdimaTTto"an 1 ’unused'*JJrm* R,o5!f  Cp YK     ( ® uddy)   team spent by executive head- SS? n * hai . J arT ™*d with nearly 4.- story building near the    Brothers said    the assistants, leav-    _.•!??  quarters to halt post-truce fieht I ^ survivor* of the Repatriate the Chicaco    .     ,n *  one  J°b    yet to. be filled    Endings this    i  in* between go^S,? troC\» h  «>• Enoshima Mary.  P C  | day. '  80 !l0Ck yards     ta-ar-j would report    her. February L I     Gen     .    E  and communists in th* Tem!. Lt. Comdr. James A. H*nn»cev Piriraat. i___________L_An Oklahoma Citv    .    marine    ai  SULPHUR, Jan. 23.—_  Baptists from Garvin. Pontotoc. Carter. Love, Jefferson, and Ste-ly he* aunties will attend a ral-  rying- 3.000 g.Uo^sTfX.^  Marshal A '  J  «“» a ~ y - * "**' I SWte."sU^ hS'cSclS* wS?  “? , Afb2S e T 7 5 etrans f? rtdri -    HOLDENVILLeTJan. h-IJT,! ?*  White Gak  High school in s^{> oMneTby^h^avf^'  • A  Reeves » 55, Enid, —Southeastern Oklahoma war    Tex.,    His Electra team    Baptist    Oklahoma  was uninjured. _ dad and mom, will he?? Arch I     Was    runneru P  Greater return, for amount in-  1     P re5ident     of    '     le ~     t  _Tho collection plate ha, a  I    ^>» I jssauaaSara I ss™-"**    as  Barnum proved that pe pie liked to be humbugg*  —an’ so have a lot o' conj ressmen, merchants an’ re estate men in recent years  —  He liked th’ a1* time gri eery store where you n moved th’ cat frum th’ dn< apples an’ ate a few whi  th clerk wuz gittin* vou dimes worth o’ gum drop   

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