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   Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - March 17, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                             of MPP...J Ho, fc "r H. f... Hi. .n. wh. M. r... ...m.num. WEATHER Generally lair Sunday and Mon- day, warmer Monday. THE ADA EVENING NEWS BUY MORE WAR BONDS FIVE CENTS THE COPX ADA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, MARCH Russia to Be Asked to Help Furnish Food World Short Eight Million loni of Ccrcoli Through June, Estimate By SICiUID ARNE ATLANTIC CITY. X..J.. March I The Soviet Lmon will a'V-td to share its cereals with if thr UNRRA ses- he-e follows the recommcn- rr.ade today the com- I not! food up of. the Stales, the Ufcitcd Hmg- ar.d Canada. T-.e projected request to Kus- awas made known by the board a -eport on world fr-od supplies --csr-.ted to the United Nations rcVcf and rehabilitation admm- to the present Russia has been on the receiving rather than c-vinR end of UNKHA aid be- cv-sc was invaded, but a re- Space for Ceiling OKLiAMUIVlrt, -v Iranians in (Marshall Seeks To Extend Unity Teams ToManchuria Successful Soy No Danger to Tehran, Deny Promise of Fight To Last Man TEHRAN. March WV- roliable source said today Russian troops now were con- centrated at 20 miles northwest of this capital, but the Iranian director of propaganda declared "there is no danger to Byrnes Backs UNO Future Rojoett Any Idea of Al- liance With Russia or Britain Against Other NEW YORK. March 10. today. War Minister I Ahmed Scpchod Amir Ahmcdi denied ho tolds a news confer- s ctary Of state Byrnes rcject- cnco Thursday that the Iranian P ,dca o{ alliance larmv would fight "to the last h R ia against Britain or man" if Soviet troops moved on Russia. He de- Tehran. He said Yiis .remarks States bases its were "completely rnisinterpre- ciarea thc United ted" by n war department inter- Nn'Uons "as thc path unsubstantia- KV 'n-v to govrrn- e'-tV that was prepared to sell scv- r'-a! hundred thousands tons of v.hcat to Franco. world's food experts arc -ow er.paped in a search for cer- and the implication in the that Russia does have cereal supplies she does not need led to iTp -cVomnicndation that the So- viet Union be asked to share her food board's re- port' on food supplies said the wn-ld is apparently short some E 000 000 tons of cereals through that available supplies a-e onlv about GO percent of the world's' needs, even at reduced rations. Soviet delegates at tho session hc'e have announced that they will continue their protests over VSRRA's aid to refugees in west- r-n Europe who are reluctant to -ctu-n to their homes in Poland. Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and the U.S.S.R. In a brief organizational ses- f-on today. USRRA approved thc d'e-lecatiohs from 43 nations. Four vhich are members, have no del- egates Ecuador, Iraq znd Paraguay. The session also granted Italy the right to have observers here. Three Killed In Bristow Wreck Train Hits Gaioline Truck, Big Remits for rent" An cnterffiring properly owner hopefully displays a with modern rli.'itening buildings and spacious boulcvan gi to rebuild with temporary wooden structure.. These will be re .laced later by concrete and steel buildings when materials are available Photo by Dave Davis. NEA-Acmc correspondent. PrACrdispatch to the newspaper to enduring Meryar Mclli from Maragheh. In of tho friendly 300 miles northwest of Tehran, or ine y said Soviet garrisons Byrnes called for exten- established is be act City Election Fever Is Going Up Rapidly Interest Soaring in All Three Commissioner Beginning to Develop in Ordnance on Freeholder Board Reports reaching here said Russian units a cinfi south around Lake Urmia cmi, A, _ _, expressed his "whole- night saicl "ussian hcartcd and unequivocal endorse- near the frontiers of Turkey and Iraq had reached points GO miles southeast of Saujbulagh. seat of the semi-autonomous Sheikdom of Kurdish Chief Ghazi Moham- Prince Firour, propaganda di- rector and political undersecrc- mcnt of thc proposal for univer- sal military training" as a long- term assurance of trained rcscr- %CHc said the Unitcd States needs military strength to support if necessary the purposes and prin- ciples of'the United Nations chart- Where Used But General Admits Situa- tion in Manchuria Is "Criti- cal State of Affairs" "Wn do not propose to seek tary of state, told newsmen: "There is no danger to Ichran. u.......... Thc Russians have been m thc scairity in an alliance with the country years without at- Soviet union against Great Uri- Two Russian soldiers with their ever present BSK from NEA Mukden. Manchuria-CExclusivc-Photo by'Barlow M. Church Tuesday is election day in Ada. Where To Vote It" also gives the citizens here an opportunity to okay a move to Irivc a freeholders board to study the city charter of 1912 for revision or amendment, BRISTOW. OkU., Mar. __Three rr.rn burned to death a fourth man was in a hos- r'tal seriously injured tonight as --es-j't of "a railroad crossing r: ash'that halved a trailer tank almost instantir sent Witt callons of gaftiline up in (lames. The drad were L. E. Wham. Oklahoma City, train engineer; Elbert A. Coulter, 24. Oklahoma Citv truck driver, and Jack Reil- ly, 43. Oklahoma City relief driv- Guy Dennis, Oklahoma City, Jircm'an on the train, was in a hospital but had a chance to re- cover, phvsicians said. The collision which sent fire and smoke billowing 200 feet into the nccurcd at the north edge of the city where a road from the Refinery crosses Frisco railroad tracks. Thc engine, mail and baggage cars of the second section of thc Frisco Meteor passenger train were damaged, railroad officials said, when it and the freshly loaded truck came together. None of the passengers was hurt. Both tram and truc-k were en- route to Oklahoma City. The two men in the truck died almost nt once. Wham, the en- gineer, died later in a hospital. Bobby Sells Steer At Per Pound TULSA. Okla March IB. A total of approximately SI res-ilted from the auction of am- Thc following voting have been designated for the-Ada city primary election of Tuesday Precinct 1 Court- 1. Precinct 2-500 East 15Ward 1. Precinct 3 Hays 1. Precinct ton, 315 Kast lu.iin. 1. Precinct tasi 2 Precinct Chevrolet. 200 East 10th. Gth. Ward 2." Precinct 2. Precinct 3-Driskil Store, 319 North Mississippi Ward 3. Precinct Ward 3. Precinct 3. Precinct 3 Irving School. Ward 3. Precinct Wcs Ward 4. Precinct Hall. mals taking top honors in the ir.acic empire 4-H and FFA live- stock show here, it was announc- ed today. The auction averaged more than 29 cer.ts per pound for the 125 s'.eers sold, topped by the record S2 paid for the grand champion Aberdeen-Angus to Bobby Coop- e- Mead 4-H rlub. Cooper's ani- rr.al was bought by R. Otis Mc- Clmtock. president of the First National Bank ;.nd Trust Co. Ward 4. Precinct 2 H i g 'ward 4. Precinct Washing ton School. Ward 4. Precinct Wi Baptist Church, 15th and Ash. CIO Workers Vote Favorably First Locol Overwhelming! For New Agreement DETROIT. March 10, first CIO United Auto Worke local to vote on the strike settl mcnt agreement with Gener Motors approved it ovcrwneln ingly today, according to the U at president. Members of Cadillac local 22 Detroit marked 1.200 favorab ballots to two unfavorable, Presi- dent David Miller said. Proposal to be Aired In addition to personal work on the freeholder board proposal there will he two speakers" on Station KADA vho will explain the move ind how it is planned to op- erate toward better govern- ment in Ada. Miss Fred Andrews, rep- resenting the B. P. W.. will be on the air today at 1 p. m. and Dr. Charles F. Spciuvr, Kast Central facuty, Monday night at o'clock. There are three candidates for ch of the three city cornmis- m positions. Failure in any cc of one man getting a majori- of votes cast in that race ,-.ms a run-off election two ecks from Tuesday, on April Interest in the outcome of the uesday vote has been growing ntcnse in thc last few days as M Two-Thirds Mark This Weekend After failing to reach thc quota at the end of the second week of thc 1040 Red Cross Fund Cam- paign, Pontotoc county Red Cross officials announced Saturday night that the drive had received contributions totalling After thc drive's first fortnight, three downtown blocks have reached their quotas: The Okla- homa State Bank block. S Q Clothiers block, and thc Corner Drug block. In tho residential districts, five had topped their quotas: Hays No. 2, Hays No. 3. Hill Top. Glass Factory and Willard No. 3. The residential has reported a num- ber of districts below their quo- tas, with apparently little chance to go over. In the county outside Ada, four school districts have exceeded their quotas: Conway, Union Val- ley, Horseshoe and Cedar Grove _ ,1 ft rt nrrt bcen much discussed as a result of Winston Churchill's speech at Fulton. Mo., advocating a special association between the Unitcd Stales and Britain. Churchill subsequently denied he was ask- indidatcs and their friends have tcpped up their efforts. J. E. Boswell, county registrar, oints out that there were about 100 registrations during the re- 20-day period, indicating hat many who haven't been hero one. moving in since thc last ing for a military alliance. He explained hero last night what he had in mind would be more than that. Byrnes described, without spe- cifying any particular issues, pro- sent world difficulties as "ser- ious" but said they could be solv- ed "if all of us approach those difficulties in a spirit of concilia- tion and good Canada Isn't Going To Break Relations Doesn't Like Espionage Activities, No Cause For Break OTTAWA, March Propping For New Paving Workmen Tearing Up Old Main Pre- paratory to New Surfacing Before winter rolls around .to is section of tin- country again should be drivmR ovci ong. moving egistration, and many others The majority of the unions 90 GM locals' in" the nation were scheduled to vote Sunday on rati- fication of an agreement reached Wednesday giving them an Hi.a cent hourly increase and other benefits. The national settlement terms were approved Friday .by the 200 man conference of union dele- gates Locals, however, were authorized to remain on strike if local grievances were not settled. of age. are interested enough to qualify for voting. New RcK'stration Looms Registration books will be open again on Wednesday, March 20, thc day after the primary, so that those not al- ready qualified by registra- tion'can register for thc run- off vote. That registration period will end March 23, which is on a Saturday. Boswell ex- plaining that such a period expires 10 days before the voting A growing grpup of citizens is urging tiic voters to consider the freeholder measure favorable, ex- plaining that it is not a vote to change the city government but to approve an ordnance railing for election of a board, represen- ting every ward, to consider modernizing tho Ada charter. Candidates for the office of mayor and commissioner of pub- lic justice and safety are Luke The drive figure now stands past thc two-thirds mark, and Saturday the Red Cross officials in tho county renewed their pleas for continued work by the volun- teers until every person has been contacted. Oscar L. Parker, chairman for the 1946 Fund Campaign, ex- pressed the view that the quota for the county could be met only if every person is given thc oppor- tunity'to share in the Red Cross program for this year. Quiet St. Pat's Day In Eire BELFAST. March A quirt St. Patrick's Day was pre- dicted for northern Ireland to- morrow, with Sunday liquor laws requiring that all saloons be closed. In Eire, saloons, which normal- ly close on St. Patrick's Day. will be permittee to operate this year on the regular Sunday schedule. high government official told the Canadian press today that Can ada was not considering a break ing off of diplomatic relation with Soviet Russia as result o reports by the Royal Commis sion investigating espionage ac tivities. The commission saic American women annually spend over two billion dollars for cosmetics, and wise women mot- orists buy repair at Sinnett- Meaders. ,1-li-lt itiv. Moscow directed spy activities i this countr% seeking data o uranium, electronic armamer secret explosives and other mat tcrs. The parliamentary press ga lory, made up of reporters ering legislative sessions, adoptee today a resolution expressim "the strongest condemnation o the conduct of Nicholas Zhc vinov. former chief of the Ta agency in Canada who. it h been revealed in thc interim r port of thL- Royal Commissio examining the espionage charge while posing as a bona fide new papcrman and a member of t press gallery, engaged in sect activities under a code name I and on behalf of Soviet Rover mcnt agencies other than t news agency by which he was i credited." Mr Show At Ada Today this ins nrw paving on Kast Main M-t where preliminary work the laying of naving was stait- Friday morning. Tho tearim' away of the re- blacktop in tho 500: and 1 blocks on East Ma n started idav morning. Saturday aiur on most of tho tearing up pro- ss was completed. Additional work will be re- ,ired to fill the holes that have en beaten into tho street by the Numoroui Planet Coming To Chauncey Field, Every- body Invited Afternoon Do you like to watch airplanes? Then come out to Chauncey Field, the big airport north of Ada. early this afternoon for an air show that is sponsored by the Ada Chamber of Commerce and the local unit of the Civil Air if you hear planes buzzing WASHINGTON. March Gcorfio C. Marshall dis- losed today that urgent tncas- res are being taken Jointly by American and Chinese officers to xtcnt into Majichunn a peace ormula consistently successful so ar in other parts of. China. The Rcncral. here to report to President Truman on his efforts s the chief executive's personal roublcshooter in the Far ailed tho situation in Manchuria a critical state of affairs. Throughout a long news con- erence. however, tho miUtary- eadcr-turncd-diplomat took tone of general optimism condl- ioned by two requirements which he said were elementary: That tho Unitcd States Rive as- sistance to the Chinese and that other nations not scheme dclib- eratelv ngainst re incorporation of the rich Manchurlan territory into a unified, peaceful China. Unity Teams Work Welt Ho laid heavy- emphasis on the operations of "unity" teams or American. Nationalist and Com- munist officers who arc dU- patchcd to trouble areas for on- tho-spot pacification. In other parts of China, Mar- shall said, these qroups have straightened out "what seomlnft- ly were impossible conditions with almost never a failure Arrangements for tho operation of such teams in Manchuria were completed, in principle the gen- oral said, only about 10 minutes before ho left China on his way here. No Observers In Manchurim n they'll be coming from places all over the state to part in the show. It is expected that from 40 and other equip- ent liavo Ix-on fast at work try- ng to got tho base ready for con- c-to to bo poured. Tho contract was let to 11. n. Toore recently at the same time o other contracts worc jet lor dditional paving to be laid m da. Tho next projects will cith- r bo on Francis or at Washmg- Highway traffic has been dc- ourod off Kast Main street to Tenth street or on over to tour- ccnth. _____. Went to Jail To Find Out-Stayed NEWARK. N. J., March 10. (.1 the final hours before mid night deadline for income tax re turns last night a man appeare at tho internal revenue office hero to ask for a refund for a friend who hadn't been earning anything recently because had been in jail. An internal revenue collector found out the friend had been arrested in a robbery case. Read the Ada News Want Ads. lanes up will be hero. About 2 o'clock tho air show roper will begin, lots of flying, jmo acrobatics, but there will o plenty of flying going on earli- r'Everyono Is Invited to come for he show, which is free, and there vill bo Plenty of parking space nd ico water for all. Negro Accused 01 Burglaries Here Eddie Alford Charged With m ono rooms Several Break-Ins Eddie Alford, a negro, admitted to officers breaking into several business firms in Ada. but when he was taken before a justice of the peace he entered a plea of not cuillv after waiving prchmm- aIHe' was placed in county jail without bond and will be ques- tioned further Monday by coun- Cyfhe noj-ro 'is charged with bur- glaming tho warehouse offices h. .._i.jr Oil and Deep the night of March 29. addition to burglarizing mpany on Marshall did not -talk about Russia or Russian policies in China although when he was asked whether he knows whether thc Russians actually are evacu- ating Manchuria at tho present lime he said the United States has no observers In there and re- iterated that he considered the situation in that country critical. Tho crisis arises, at least partly, Marshall brought out. because there are- Communist forces Manchurian areas from which the Russians are pulling back, who never have pottcn tho word that the Chinese Communists and the Chinese nationalist forces are DC- tho high spot, of the Manchurian-Chinese situation and other points which Marshall em- phasized at his news conference of Secretary Byrnes nt tho state department: An army of American- trained Chinese troops, the best in China, is "now ombarklnc for M a n c h u r 1 a." presumably on American shins. In order to take over control there. Removing r. S. Forces 2 Meanwhile Unitcd States marine and army forces arc be- inc cut to a minimum as fast as possible. Marshall estimated 000 marines would be released by thc last reduction he approved, and said that force now is down to about 30-odd thousand. 3. While tho Chinese arc car- rvinc forward a peace effort in their own country "almost with- out precedent." Marshall warned that the accomplishments may still be wrecked "if China is ig- nored or if there is rchemmc to thwart the development of unity and present aspirations. 4 Ho appealed for American, assistance In China, describing fi- nancial help as very alone with fucohes of railroad equinmcnt, cotton and factory said that he to China PS soon as his work OTTAWA. Has.. March 16, Meanwhile, 'company officials A quiet title suit in country j amj officers pushed meet- court has revealed that thc town of Le Loup, nine mih-s north- east of here, is living under an Its real name is Ferguson. the records show, with all real ......_ f'ta'.e titles ar.d legal papers us- i shVf'ts Vi'nd't'he piecework system. ill 111 ings in efforts to reach an accord on tho plant level differences. Chief among them, according to Uodds, Percy Armstrong and Paul Corbin. Mayor Guy Thrash is not campaigning, leaving the race open and a change sure m his position. Thc race for commissioner or public works and property is drawing interest as Henry Kroth, who held the office some years ago and C. B. Oliver, former em- ploye of tho street department challenge J. B. Willoughby, in- cumbent. Ray Martin, city clerk and com- LlllCI IIIIH'IIH llH-iiit iviij union members, arc questions of missioner of finance, is opposes seniorltv in thc assignment of Drew Thomas and Homer 11 .__ y mi. ,tn ir.s '-he name Ferguson. IWEATHER i. i Oklahoma: Generally fair Sun- day and Monday, warmer Mon- day. Union officials predicted that a majority of locals would approve the contract before Wednesday, clearing thc way for a return to work order. Corporation officials said tho vanguard of workers would be m tho plants before the end of the week if tho contract is ratified. They expect to resume produc- tion April 1. County Milk Producers, Bottlers Seek to Show Need of Price Gain Pontotoc county milk pro- ducers and bottlers met rnday afternoon in the Aldridge hotel with OPA officials from Okla- loma City in an effort to get an increase 'in the price paid pro- avc just an increase in thc price >aid for milk. C'.osncli. They, like other can didates, have been working hard to corral votes for Tuesday. Today. Monday and during vot- ing hours Tuesday tho campaign will be at its peak and The News will be prepared to announce the returns as rapidly as they arc re- ported and tabulated._____ Greater returns for amount in- News Classified Ads ducers of four per cent milk It was pointed out by pro- ducers that they arc not satisfied vith thc price being paid them while producers in neighboring counties arc getting as much as 40 cents per hundred weight more than producers in Pontotoc county. OPA officials told thc pro ducers and bottlers that they had gone about the matter from the wrong angle and that not cnougl pressure could he brought to ge tho additional money for produced in this area. Not Subsidy They Want One of thc OPA men said tha it would be easier for producer to get an additional subsidy fo their product, but thc produce- said that they didn't want an ac ditional subsidy and had rathe 0 cents per hundred weight, m- asing the price from to hundred weight for A petition to the OPA to grant i increase in thc price of raw- ant" milk .n the Ada district of 5J.I3 per our per cent milk was signed by lat most other districts produce icir own feed, including conccn- rati-s. The Ada district does not reduce all of its own feed ami v necessity purchases tho leeel or its milking herds in the open market at a greater cost than hat in tho othe-r districts because in thc area. almost every producer Tlicv further petitioned to raise the price of "plant to re- tailer and retailer to consumer milk one cent per quart and gave several reasons. Others Get Area Milk It was pointed out that neigh boring districts pay per hundred for milk. The differ once in price for four per cen milk permits other districts to gather milk in tho Ada district a tho increased price, thereby do priving thc Ada district of it fair share of the milk. "The cost of producing milk u thc Ada district exceeds that o the other districts for thc rcaso 1J.IIIY wii 11145. and the office of Phil- !s Petroleum, March 24. joodwin Pumped By Push Sheriff Queried About Two Bur- glaries in That County Lindy Goodwin was qupftiolj- d Friday afternoon by the sheritt nab in mi. f f the necessary h a n d 1 n g harges and freight rates, tin. petition stated. Future Shortage Seen It was pointed out by the poll ion that producers in tho othe listricts arc nurchasing produc ng cattle from the Ada clistrie which will tend in tho future t make the shortage of milk m thi district more acute than at th present time. A fourth reason given was tha >e milk supply in the Ada di trict oven at tho normal flush o peak seasons, has been short anc w'll continue to bo more so un the price situation is remedied Population The Demand increase in popt latio (Continued on Page 6, Column the night of M_arch Greater returns for amount in- News Classified Ads THf PESSIMIST B7 Bob Dlinfci. f Pushmataha county in con nection with two burglaries in hat county about October 9, admitted entering a motor company building at Antlers last year taking numerous items, the sheriff said. Goodwin further admitted bur- glarizing the Mark Isabel! store- on thc same night that he enter- ed the motor company building. Ho told Pushmataha authorities that ho took 12 or 14 tiros m ad- dition to other merchandise. He is still being held in thc Ada city jail and will be ques- tioned further by Police Chief Dud Lester.________ Read the Ada News Want Ads. When a lot folks git out o' th' car they don't have a roof over thc'r heads. Newt Lark says, next tT stayin1 on th' water wagon, th' hardest thing is scrapin up a little sympathy fcr in feller whoso store has burned three times.   

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