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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - February 20, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                                 ------  *«  W, -» ^ *" »» » **    —    -    -*■»■    »    Hf    lofti.,    goal., imprinting Him'? W.U., InMiMy .. Hi* „n4. rf tim*  Partly cloudy to cloudy tills afternoon and tonight, warmer east and extreme south tonight.  42nd Year—No. 262  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  BUY MORE WAR BONDS  ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, IMC  City lo Vole On Freeholder Proposition  Ordinance Provides For Vote Whether Citizens Went Board to Work Over Charter  A motion by Ray Martin, com- But] guess again,~Mr. and Mrs    state seed analyst/was*at-  missioner of finance, was made Adan. Today is the day that M  ! tende< i bv 16 peanut shellers and at the city commissioners meeting B. Molloy annually opens his « rower * bere Tuesday. The meet-Tuesdav afternoon resulted in ap-    tennis season.    And today he be- I     was     held    with    Bert Harris    of  pro val of an ordinance creating    gins his 55th    season of the net H* c  Konawa    Peanut    company    in  and calling a board of freeholders game, and the 35th in Ada. .charge of the discussion. to propose alterations, revisions M. B. “Pop” Molloy, professor '  The  meeting was attended by or amendments to the charter of of English at East Central since  State  Department of Agriculture the city of Ada, providing for the     191 2, former    tennis team coach  election of the members and di-     and  winner    of many tourna-  recting a referendum.    ;    ments, will get out his rackets  The motion made by Martin  and  balls this afternoon just as carried two to one as he and ,  su re as his* calendar shoves that Mayor Guy Thrash voted to put i today is the 20th day of the seethe proposition before the people.  ond  month of the year.  J- D. Willoughby, COmmi<ssinn*kr  'Pop' Molloy Starting His 55th Season  That'* What Fab. 20 Maaas ta Vafara* Taaais Flayer, Cooch Now 73  Know what February 20th ia?  1  True, its two days from Washingtons birthday; it’s the anniversary of the invasion of Iwo Jima; it’s two days from first spring gardening date.  luess again, Mr. _  ’oday is the day that M.  Peanut Hen  Of Area Talk On Problems  Getting letter Seed Peanut* ta Growers Urged Ta Assure Batter Quality Crape  A meeting called  FIVE CENTS THE COPY  Ponces at French Embowy  Willoughby, commissioner of public works and property, made a motion that the proposi-  Asked yesterday about opening on his traditionad date, the dean of the state's tennis stars  tion be tagged indefinitely, but  al  J 3  . vear * old. said, “You know the motion died for want of a * always begin on February 20th second.    I    and-Im ready this year.” “Hair  »r shine?” inquired the reporter Rain or shine,” came Ore reas Suring reply.  Henry Ford ll Says His Company Didn't  Ask Price Relief  Freeholder Provision  The ordinance states that a board of freeholders be created and called and that the board should consist of eight members. two of whom shall be elected from and by each of the four wards of Ada at the next general election of city officers to be held on the first Tuesday in April, 1946.  Candidates for membership on the board have to be residents of the ward from which they seek election and must have the* qualifications of an elector of Ada. They must have been bona fide  f WX 0 ™-    20, (*»>—Henry   r . d  P resl d«nt of the Ford Motor Co., in a telegram to Rep.  residents of Ada for at least two of thl hSf.cI* K D '£ y) cha j rman  years before the election.    I    mirv    j*    * nd    cur '  Any person desiring to be a    today asserted  candidate for membership of the board of free holders must at least IO days prior to the election file with the secretarv of the county election board a statement in writing and under oath declaring that he has the qualifications required by the ordinance and requesting that his name be submitted on the official ballot as a candidate for the board.  Final Decision to Voters The board of freeholders will within 60 days after their election  that his company had applied for no price relief on any of its cars smce qPA price wiling, were established.  Commenting on a statement by Chester Bowles, economic stabilizer, that Ford had sought a 55 per cent increase in the price of saiJJ.  autom °biles, young Ford  “In making public our estimate of last summer that motor cars would cost 55 per cent more to make • during the first postwar year than they cost in 1941, Mr Bowles failed to make clear tnat these estimates were submitted to OPA before OPA had announced any price regulations on new cars—more than a month before OPA had given us the basis on which price ceilings were to be calculated.  What Mr. Bowles had to say on this point and the manner in which he chose    to say it    left the  Two    men    escaped from    the    J™Passion that    we had    secretly  iff ritv    iaii thic    ...u:i_    n..    Applied for a 55    per cent    increase  rn existing price    ceilings.    Actual-  (Continued on Page 2 Column 5)  Two Arrested Al  Roff Didn't Waff For County Offkors  Roff city jail this week while the city marshal was contacting members of the sheriffs force in Ada.  The two fellows were arrested and placed in the jail at Roff because they were caught driving their car up and down a sidewalk there.  When members of the sheriffs force arrived in Roff to return the men to the county jail, thev found that the men were gone. They had pried a window out of the old jail—about 8 by IO feet— and left.  The county men said that the lei lows apparently had had some help from the outside.  Neither man has been caught.  Vat Taxi Caravan Straggling Into D. (.  WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—UP) —The first of the taxis in a caravan of Chicago war veterans  men, peanut growers and shellers. It is an annual affair where men who have anything to do with peanuts get together and discuss problems that were presented them during the past year in addition to problems that confront seed dealers before planting time.    ,  „ Seed Problem Talked  Harris said that the main discussion was on seed problems. It .. J, ea <*y this year.”" “Rain )y as  explained to the group that or shine? inquired the reporter.  lhe y  m “st get better seed peanuts “     4     ”    *    to    the raisers so that in turn  better peanuts will be sold in the fall by farmers to shellers.  A new method of drawing out tests for germination was discussed at the meeting held in the Aldridge hotel Tuesday.  Guests of Lioiis Club Men of the group were guests of the Lions club at the latter’s regular weekly luncheon Tuesday; those attending were introduced by Mr. Harris.  meeting was held last year at Wewoka; the location for the get-together for next year has not been selected and will not be un-1 til a week or so before the affair.'  Men from Konawa. Bristow, 1  Durant and Denison, Tex., were in attendance at the meeting.  Chtowe Spokesmn  Says CMm Wasn't In m Yalta Deal  Reports of renewed fighting Manchuria circulated here day as a government spokesman asserted that China was not a party to the Yalta agreement she is not .bound by it.” The Yalta agreement gave Russia control of important Port Arthur in Manchuria; declared Dairen a free port and gave the Soviet joint administration with China of specified Manchuria railroads.  “In this (Manchurian) connection. nothing but the Sino-Soviet treaty is binding upon both China and Russia,” the spokesman, Ho Feng-Shan. director of the information section of the foreign office, told a press conference.  No Definite Russian Reply Ho, said “no definite reply”  ♦    relived from Russia  to Chinas inquiry about the Soviet plan for withdrawal from Manchuria, last scheduled for Feb. I but now unofficially re-  in Washington, D. C. Miss Truman celebrated her 22nd birthday Sunday, February 17th.—(NEA Telephoto).  Hirohifo Nervous os He Visits Wreckage of Island Wars  Sees Despair, Misery UH by Years of Fighting Aud Malnutrition as Ha Inspects Repatriation Cantors  Courts Split INFTW Board Now On Vol Rigid To His Old Job  Gee. Hershey Lists Coart Ruling* That De Net Salve 'Saperseaiority' Issue  WASHINGTON. Feb. 19—(jpi —Courts are divided on the extent of a veteran's right to his old  In Special Sesion On Date for Strike Call  President Inclined Toward f Continuing Bargaining, Other Leaders far Work . Stoppage  _k  Hitler Got In On Looting Of Czechland  Hurried in First Day Of Invasion, Personally Stele Fine Tapestries  By GEORGE TCCKER  NUERNBERG, Feb. 20— /P— Adolf Hitler drove to Prague by for a strike call.    * as * automobile on the first day  But in two other decisions, f The assembly of the 250.000- ?  the invas ‘°n of Czechoslova-Hersney related, “the courts de- strong independent union yester- ? ia ’ P* rsona lly stole a half-dozen 'tor* that the veteran was not dav armed its executive board fL ne  faeries and left with entitled to continuous work fol- with authority to issue a work-1 EH. m his possession at day-  ioh—tha* •ra^na^T'S   — I MEMPHIS. Tenn , Feb . 20. UP>  ~ The  executive board of the na-KrdCf Zi V-'    Lewis B. j tional federation of telephone  reooJttd todav * e service chlcf * workers today went into a special TW    w u a.  sesslon  with the heads of 15 af-  ^  hav e upheld the filiates who have compiled with ' ete J an  }° absolute the Smith-Connally act by filing WI i uT  and cont,n uance in strike notices.  i uch lo J    “ M° ng w as  u John J -  Moran - president of the  said in a nrsfnfr-fa T’  He f she >' Phone workers, one of the groups rn nut J# 1 !,??Batement giv-, that filed strike notices last mon-  thinal • rn r* I * riCai *  Ieg,on th *  said  * was “ver/probate” conference.  m ent committee ; that a definite date would be set  lowing reinstatement if his sen- stoppage order “whenever it con-! |j re . alt  4  if 1 *' following morning.  lority placed him in _ where he ordinarily wou been laid off.”  a position    aiders proper.” and directed    it”to I ^ iet  #K ? ro f e f Ulor n ^ *?’  Sh f vnm   ould have    preoare    a strategy report    *»    ?    , .  ln , ternatlona * military  I The strike strategy report pro- j ‘ r, ?“ al t,K,ay :  A circuit court of appeals rul-1  v *des for appointment of a na- .    V* 11 * example of low looting  »ng. expected soon, will have i  tion al strike director and strike >  t [} e hcad  °*  a state  typical great weight    “    on    this much-dis-    strategy    committees on a    local !    the  P. r «‘ da tory motives of the  cussed issue.” Hershey said.    regional and national basis, who , azi     which    after    careful  Selecti ve service receives  wou ^ handle details of directing I pj annin K    about the system-  thousands of requests for help in I the stoppages.    Plundering    of    private,    pub-  Jetting    jobs    back    but    fewer than  !  May    Tie To With Other* I     a, lr  tlatlonal  property in oc-  300 have gone as far as the iustice rvin # a *•    .    .    ,     cu P^d countries. ’ Sheymn de-  department before adjustment    tonight    dared.  he general related. The courts tives to ^i«-u« Si.iW PreS ^ nta " Gerrrnn troops were barely have heard 17. another 44 are ment with of i a^gn- across the border before convoys  ^5.^.“".I  205 ar - >" the hands i «ou~ InZaUo^ JeT.hi’t oo I  of loo * fd , ^“■P'~nt were on the of district attorn«*y«    ^ »  hrth  ■ ? oups - indications were that no way back to the reich, he said,  ergmuiuls exist for court action. (Continued on Page 2 Column 4) ? ddm 6 That new street cars and Hershey s office and the jus-    --*--- ! ran ?s were lifted bodily off their   lc ?  cpartlTlent  .construe the se- IMer-FaMi Trio  ective service law as entitling the veteran to return to his former position even though it means displacing a non-veteran There are exceptions such as physically handicapped, or the employer going out of business Hershey said the term “superseniority” is a misnomer since the  in  to-  ly. we have applied for no price °n any of our cars since OPA ceilings were establish  ed.  REGISTRAR  (HANGE  E. B. Ueltschey Registrar Far Ward I, Free. 2  A change has been made necessary in the listing of registrars for one precinct in Ada, says J. E. Boswell, county registrar. Mrs. Lela Hurst is away for  fir     and .  the  registrar for  Ward I. Precinct 2 is E. E. Uelt-sehey, 503 East Thirteenth.  Registration for the city primary election of March 19 open-  Sn J uesda y  and  continues for a 20-day period, with many expected to register so that they  reached the capital earlv todav ? an  j° in with  (hose already reg-but the bulk of them, slowed by  lstered  here in voting, snow, were not expected until near or after nightfall.  Two or three cabs, the vanguard of 148 Joaded with former servicemen and their wives, completed the long trek from Chicago about 2 a m. The men immediately went to sleep in a tourist camp.  The cab-driving veterans are protesting a Chicago ordinance limiting taxis there to 3.000. most of them operated bv two companies. and hope for federal help in their fight to obtain operating  Snow and sleet hampered the caravan as it wond through Pennsylvania a the capital.  Me Affecting Uneasier Schools  LANCASTER, Pa.. Feb., 20. (A1 —Snowfall ranging from six to nine inches forced closing of all Lancaster schools todav as tran-sit vehicles remained idle for the third day since calling of an AFL general strike.  Dr. Harvey E. Smith, supervi-sor, ordered the schools closed, explaining the snowfall and lack  Z^r d     ?t ha r S U, t n r  ,a ^teS a 1o e   —-a—__(be    trip    to    class    rooms.  BURGLARS WERE HUNGRY ■ j  e     central    labor    union  TULSA, Okla., Feb. 20.—?£^ ed a  ^ral strike of its Burglars who broke intc a food uTTT: , membe rs Sunday night, store prepared an elaborate mid- * ii i  has  P, roved onl y P a rtially Hight snack of sandwiches ice  e  \ lve ’  The  “ no w °rk” edict cream and cakes but apparently ^ as ln su PP° rt  of the 15-day-old were frightened away before thev  1 ira * sl }  wa lkout. could eat it    j    Pickets    maintained    their    march  Employes reporting for work  ar ? und . numerous business and found stacks of sandwiches ar-  1  IP , ustr . . P lants a *nid indications  KURIHAMA, Japan, Feb. 20.—(AP) —Emperor Hirohitp stood nervously beside hospital beds of some g a u nt repatriates from his vanished navy today and saw the <  misery that years of disastrous war had brought.    ^___  To one returned sailor kneeling on his bed in reverence.! IIaiica TiLImm ||_ the emperer said:    iMVUjG    IoKIIIQ    UP  “Thank you for all of your hardships.”     1  I    C|jaL|    tim***  It was the second successive day that Hirohito crossed I    BlyllV    Ut Cl  his imperial palace moat to see the ruins of his nation. He DaMIIa anil A Eli came southward today to visit military and civilian repa- j * "”110 GINI Al Pl triation centers at Uraga and Kurihama. He moved among human wreckage—men wasted by malaria and malnutrition on the lost islands of the Pacific.  It Be Speakers Al (.of (.Meeting  * x «« nusnumer since tne    -    •    a    . .    lorn  veterans seniority accrued dur-    i     18    Imi ted to attend Sheynin also  mg military service and is not  r J. hur f da y . n ®P n  luncheon of; German Nation*  tracks or taken from the factories and sent into Germany. River vessels, he said, were seized and divided equally twHween the Germans and the Hungarians.  Within hours after the arrival of Nazi troops more than $25.-000.000 in gold was confiscated, Sheynin told the court. .  Dislrid Red (ms (hairmM ta Med  Ade Will Be Host to Saturday Meeting in Drive Planning  asserted that  *     —    -—»    TTT’*' 7 .    «***u    is    noi    n—   w v «i ''««***• Nationals were settled  today .„d a.. ,h. d« P „ ^ ;  sss    *    iMSfSssruss  rs of disastrous W’ar had brnnoht    I      —    ^___  are     scheduled    to    take    part    in    the    ing armies and that all cattle and   pr 2F an J*    .    .    ,    farm equipment were confuea-  The forces of Inter-faith co- ted from Czech estates operation swings into action when On paper they were’compen-•J™  d »tinguished speakers sated, but special taxes levied l make three appearances in against the owners of the estates observance of National Brother-  :  were far in excess of the compoed Week. One of the meet- Pulsation received.” the Soviet tngs will be heard by Chamber prosecutor declared. of Commerce members.    J    As    evidence that despoliation  The speakers are Father Erie  a ? d  plunder was a preconceived Beavers of Prague, Dr. John B. I P lan - Sheynin asked the tribunal rnonnpson. director of the West-  lo  fake judicial notice of a writ-mmister Foundation and pastor  ten add ress by the late defender the First Presbyterian church i  ant  Bobert Ley, in Norman, and Rabbi Bertram  194 °* which said: “  Ada plays host to county district Red Cross chairmen on Sat   P °r /tated b °thaif U »n  1  i ,«    ,     1 Urday '  February  23. accordifc „  ne stated that an informal an announcement by Mrs. Joyce  Mon lafomafloii Or Rabies Watch  Animal Believed Exposed Should Be Watched Far Months for Illness Signs  Bill Lists Previsions To Prevent Coercion of Badin Station en Workmen, Pay  IU  By WILLIAM F. ARBOGAST  published  ...    -       ,    ----‘It is our des-  Klausner. army chaplain and  tin y  to  ^long to a race of high-. r . c ^ to . r .  of ,he     Foundation    f sanding. Lower people need  ..    ..------- -- -------- less room, food and clothing thaa  WASHINGTON. Feb.. 20. <Ai-J at Ap'p^rin*"^an°££mbW .ti**-'  The house squared away today. East Central college jdTo'Moek -    -    _  IFHStrJiizHxIHama Or  taxis sTjts?S:    I    -SR  Miller, who heads the ped Cross 1946 Fund Campaign in the rural areas of the county.  For the drive the county has been divided along school district lines, and principals in the districts have been named chairmen for their district areas.  All county principals will meet Saturday at 1:30 p.m. in the Aldridge Hotel dining room to hear .    speakers    including Rev. Virgil  whether China    inL«3 U S S ! 1 ° n  i    Alexander, local disaster relief  the ManrhV”? a     c.4    ,  d to  Pj ace     chairman,    and Mitchell S. Eppcr-  thP    m2*     n    bc fa re     son, home service chairman. A  AskJd whv hi 10 ^ 0 h BaI :. ,Z f i0n ;  f ‘ lm wiH  ■*  show " mstruc been^authorized lo    reply on .?     tK>nS a " d    SUPP " 65 d >*‘”‘>uted  Meantime, the China Times accused Premier T. V. Soong of having “sacrificed Manchuria” in concluding the Sino-Soviet treaty at a time, it charged, that it was obvious the war against Japan could be won without Russian aid.  discussion “on certain categories of Japanese industries” in Manchuria had taken place “but there has been no agreement of views.”  This was the first official indication of the topic of current Sino-Soviet discussions, which Generalissimo Chiang Kai-Shek recently referred to simply as economic.”  Skips UNO Reference Ho passed  day was incomplete.    of practices which the house in- i Pease^as in Wi!r    Promoting    em-  If a person is exposed by bite testate committee said include*    “    War-Teamwork.    -    —    -  of an animal that may have   may  rabies, the animal should be penned for at least IO days. If the disease is in the transmissible stage, it will show up in that time.  However, if an animal is exposed, it should be penned and closely observed for about a  many demands made by Petrillo on behalf of his union.  “The broadcasting industry has been surrendering to these demands for tribute, to avoid the greater losses that would result from failure to comply,” the committee commented in a report approving the legislation. It add-  Will Claim Japs Acted on (Men  ranged on a counter but still intact.  Greater returns for amount invested—Ada News Classified Ads  [WEATHER  that labor-management negotiations to settle the transit strike were making progress.  NEW THREAT FACES NEW YOUK TRANSITS  Branson Gob Into Rare for Governor  SHANGHAI, Feb. 20.—(>P>_  Counsel for 18 Japanese accused or parading and then cremating three ^ American Superfortress  .‘""roveVly 'fhat  OKLAHOMA CITY, Feb. 20 — (/P)—Fred P. Branson. Muskogee, former chief justice of the state supreme court, has announced he would be a candidate for the democratic nomination for governor of Oklahoma.  Branson, who was defeated for the demcKratic nomination for second district congressman in 1944, said principal points in his program would be elimination of the system which has resulted in  month, kept under close observ- I ed: ation for two or three months “The amount of money extort-  montlS-%te a ^.fc?L ,0r ^i!!S Ti    broadcasting    Indus-  varies from 21  Schoolmasters Are To Noel Tonight  Ray Emons of State Dopott-mnnt ta Ba Guest  -    -mr    —    -     r .    rn*    rn    rn  ploy ment, production and purchasing power, the president s original measure was toned down sharply on Capitol Hill.  In its final form, it provides a council of three economic advisers at salaries of $15,000 who will assist and advise the president in the preparation of a periodic “ec* onomic report ’ to the congress.  This report, together with supplements issued as the council  Pontotoc county ,choolma.,t,r S  I    *     , * udi *L by   the incubation period try by thew mVtlwd. Vith^t I w.if'hold'th«r‘ 1  " ,0ml     on    thccon^  months. say aulhontW *°  n ‘" e     "ached    m.lhons    ,    <omght    J    Wednesday?,    at    iTc'Zl  Tennessee™ Wants Pauley's Name Oui  WASHINGTON, Feb. 20.—  of dollars in amount and if de- ! n  the Junior High school build-mands now pending were grant- * n <( with the Junior high furnish-f d * R would, bv these racketeer- [  ,n « the meal and music in con-  the defendants .acted on orders wTreso^es 0nSCrVati0n  ° f 1131   Branson, as chief justice of the   wbi f h  they jould not disobey Lt. Col. Edward M. Hudgins of Richmond. Va., chief defense counsel, declared that the Japanese imperial rescript was evidence that army orders, in the eyes of subordinates, were the  sai ? e  J  as  t bose  from the emperor.  A defense witness, Lt. Col. Sa-toru Matsuura, former staff of-: lc *r  34t , h  army headquarters, testified that disobedience of (.pi_ I orders was “a very grievous of-  NEW YORK, Feb., 20. ____.____.        .  Michael J. Quill, president of the - * ense  ” He is not a defendant.  CIO Transport Workers union, says he will call a strike of un-• I Jon workers against New York . ; City s transit system unless th#»  Oklahoma — Partly cloudy to ! twit  511 Sys L e T  u ^ les8 ihe  cloudy thm afternoon and tonight, of    *JL t l 1 5*_ b ?* rd   _    ^    _    tonight,  farmer east and extreme south ^ ow  f em Peratures mid-?  s  northwert, to lower 30’s South: Thursday mostly cloudy, light rain east and south by afternoon, continued mild.  of transportation as the sole bargaining agent for some 32,000 transit workers.  The strike threat was the second made by Quill against the city in s little more than a month.  REMOVE HOUSING UNITS  *ru TU «? A ’ ° kla - Feb. 20.—(ZP)— W. R. Grimshaw company disclosed today it had begun removal of 200 war emergency housrng units from Wichita, Kas., to Stillwater.  The contractor will dismantle the units at Wichita, transport them by truck and train and erect them in presoaked sites.  supreme court from 1927-1929, wrote the famous Simpson vs. Hill opinion in which it was held the legislature could not convene in extraordinary session without the call of the governor. The decision ended an attempted session in the “Ewe Lamb Rebellion” when Henry S. Johnston was governor.    -ii---  Seven Of 'Em  LONDON. Feb. 20 — (SP)—'The Exchange Telegraph Agency reported from Paris tonight that the wife of a public house proprietor had given birth to septuplet^ four girls and three boys, all alive.  The agency said the multiple birth occurred in Rue Galfande, Paris.  Greater returns for amount invested—Ada News Classified Ads.  mg and extortion methods, require the broadcasting industry to pay tribute probably much in excess of $20,000,000 a year for peace against boycotts, strikes and threats.”  Senator Stewart, Tennessee     by    Rep ‘     Lea   Democrat, asserted today Edwin ^     ) the   W. Pauley’s nomination as undersecretary of navy had “sen-    .    -    ____  ously split” the Ifemocratic party j <,ornrn| ttee said were unnecessary and Pauley should withdraw his : *'£ o ers and * ^directly, out of name “in common decency.” J! , controversy between Petril-Both President Truman and i  s un i° n  and the national music Postmaster General Robert E.  ca £lP  at . Interlochen, Mich. Hannegan, national Democratic I ,* t>ill would set a maximum chairman, must “certainly be ;  ^nalty of one year imprison-embarrassed” by the fight the!  ment .and a fine of $1,000 for nomination has provoked,” Ste- arcing or attempting to coerce  nection with the regularly scheduled program.  ic report. This group, consisting or seven members from each house of congress, will seek methods of implementing the recommendations.  The bill sets forth  that the  PSKSKfcfL ’•*?. •“"> d * d  I wuyofZ SSSj'SLSSS?  measure grew out of requirements for “stand-in” orchestras. for hiring what the  the State Teachers meeting last «shall be to “use ill week end will be called to make means consistent with us nwds  ss?KT,’is?,.“-I!-.—.T.iwsa:  Brfflsb Dickering Witt F-W Designee  HERFORD. Germany, Feb. 20.  “I regret that Mr. Pauley has!. Employ any person or persons j T^X'd^rto^ilneSS not withdrawn his name or that  lr ? excess of the number of em- droner-    i« !l d     #  wart said.  a radio station to:  U, v  r vlin4  ... J .    .    .    (maximum employment, produc  n l ate de P artmfnt  ot I Hon and purchasing power “ finance, will be a guest at the 1     ~    ^  meeting, but he will not be call  ed on to make a talk.  WICHITA. Feb. 20.-i^>-T a k-early lead and never headed, vt ichita University stopped Central State, Edmond. Oklahoma. 41-27 in a basketball game last night.  Mr. Hannegan has not had him do it,” Stewart added. “To continue to embarrass the president is bad.”  Stewart issued his statement shortly after Abe Fortas testified he heard Pauley discuss Democratic campaign contrib^ tions and the Tidewater Oil suit with Harold L. Ickes but could not recall whether the two subjects were linked “on a contingent basis.”   DAI *F WORKMEN WALK AWAY FROM JOBS  DETROIT, Feb. 20— OP)—An estimated 1,200 employes of three large Detroit dairies walk-•*°‘‘ their jobs today, shutting off milk deliveries to approxi-  plovees wanted, or To pay for services which are not to be performed: or To refrain from broadcasting a noncommercial educational or cultural program fo£ which participants receive only* their actual expenses, or To refrain from broadcasting any program originating outside the United States.  two hhJfoVbank" “  BURGLARY AT IDABEL  DALLAS, Tex., Feb.. 20. f.T*— Two men. one held in Texas and one in California, will be returned to Muskogee. Okla., to face trial on charges of burglarizing the First State Bank of Idabel. Okla., of $26,970  designer for G e r rn a n y’s five Focke-Wulf plants during the war. said today he was working in Schamberg castle on plans for a jet-propelled commercial plane capable of flying 620 miles an hour.  The professor said British authorities had made him an offer to go to England to complete his work on the jet airliner and that he was now waiting for the negotiations to go through. He said he had developed a 600-mile-an-hour fighter just before Germany collapsed.  SALLISAW. Feb. 20.- (Jp> -While stepping from his pickup truck, Irwin Guinn, 52, Vian. Okla., was struck and killed by a passing car yesterday.  Greater returns for amount invested—Ada News Classified Ads.  About th’ worst combination is a whinin’ wife an’ a gruntin’ husband.  Oather Harp bought a used car. more in.^rance aa* a cemetery lot yislfcrday.   

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