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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Another thing men obou, lodi.s will sit in show .11 and bowl over o picture, then come ond tell oil who w.....sten whot they hod. Cloudy this afternoon and to- nicht: lieht rain cast and south; Wednesday, rulclcr cast and south. THE ADA EVENING NE BUY MORE WAR BONDS 255 Vets on Farm Entitled To YIT Training May Qualify for Veteran On the Job Assistance As Those in Other Work the farm are not being overlooked in the Veterans :n Training program. County of- ficials are pu.-hing the program, that they are entitled 5o brnefits the same as vets n: on other jobs. Any per.-on who'rerved in the r-ti.e or naval serv- j :--e en or after Sept. 1D40. and p: :or In the termination of the l-.-e.-ent v.-ar. and who shall have H (ii: ciiai-gi-d or released under condition oth- i-: di.-hor.orable, and whose in or training was im- delayi-d. interrupted or with by reason of his entrance into the service or who a refresher or retaining course eligible. __ Procedure Simple _ procedures for getting iini-d up with the Veterans in i rair.mg program are simple. Detailed information on the pro- for farmers v.-jll be avail- ADA, OKLAHOMA. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1946 Wheat Grows Where Hirohito's Palace Once Stood FIVE CENTS THE CORK New York Business, Industry At Standstill in Fuel Crisis growing In the scorched earth where once stood part of the Japa- --'ore being blasted by American bombs. To relieve the critical land in Japan is being used for growing food. Photo by Ilarlow Church. NEA-Acme correspondent. this v.-c.-l: thiough the coun- tv agent's office or throui'h eith- i-.- of tl-.e local draft boards. _ e thi- war; first lunuli c-il'-. of iJ.t-n advantage of it. but of veterans on the :..rm not a.-, large as it should :ri Pmitotoc eountv. Whi-n the program g.-ts in full with agencies set up for approving farms for Veterans to on. more farmers will find t'i participate. Older Vrts Uigihlr A pi-r.'on who was over 25 of age at the time of his r.t.-ar.re into servu-e may be en- titled to a of retaining for a period of not more one regardless of f-.ctr.r-r his education or train- :.1S was ''impeded, delayed, in- Hundreds See Scout Trail7 And Enjoy Unique Program General Rain Over Oklahoma Forecast As Likely Soon IIT Tin- Possibility of a general rain ovei Oklahoma, with the parched Panhandle area receiving needed moisture, was the hope held out today bye the federal weather bureau. The official forecast called for light rain and mild temperatures in the central section during to- Skills Displayed by Scouts of Several Communities of Area in Unusual Show Marc than persons paid admission to the Boy Scout Trail to Citizenship merit badge show being held in the Youth Center Monday night in the Convention hall where 128 display Practicallv r.-upted. or interfered with" hy
PESSIMIST Mali Illnik.. Jr. Wouldn't it be great if op- portunity knocked with same persistency that .1 wife blows th' car horn fer Vr husband. Th' minority runs th' ma- jority because th' majority says, "Oh, let George do it."
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