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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 14, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Try to make tilings clear to th* household  youngster when ho yith, fl,.,  9rewnu „ „  chj|d „ n obouf   Partly cloudy to cloudy. warmer J**! Simday, thundershowers and cooler in panhandle late Sunday.  ♦.ting right so they ...  grw tig> (htn Mt    obou ,     Mng     ^  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  Seminole High Wins Sweepstakes Award,  Many Share Honors  Mjrzts  "Ole high school.     y    d    Saturda y    went    to    Semi-  -J* - ■» soboob  fledged competition since Ute    ”    “” 1   Dairy (alf  Program Is Drawing Here  This Year Some 20 Heifers Ta Be Bought for Dairymen As Well us Form Youths  a*  CwS*!  ot  ‘he 1945 Chamber of Commerce-sponsored dairy calf  KTZL'n *"»<*? than  ere expected when registered  ADA, OKLAHOMA, SUNDAY, april 14, 1946  Some Grocery Prices Not Much Different  Average Net March Paid Circolatiaa  8078  Member: Audit Bureau of Circulation  FIVE CENTS THE COPY  r  tCo/ppar/son    of Food Prices 7    rn  months offer Itfor/d War I and rl  months offer M, r /j ^ g  ancf 7   Picnic Mont Poost  Ems! Wolff Spends Busy Time Here  Climax of Activity Come With Direction of Mossed Chorus of Young Voices  rn^ y tv! ime Ernst Wolff  wants to 12 i  S  * ay aga * n *  be  will find fv™ ™ me  ? waitin « him, for he Jon many friends and admirers  hS^W*  sev * ral da y s  he was ne^e last week working with young musicians.     S   .d A -r!f n j r and a  pianist, he start-  « t£j n y niRh ‘  with  a concert at the college which delighted an   aU 4‘S Ce  Y ,th its  excellence Wednesday night he directed a massed chorus of high school  antf 6 Easter     high     “bools  ana East Central college in a  W.TT anCe whlch - aa always be- ar tem P or arily halted with p '’? gra JJ?i amazed its audience vrl .^i     1 and  versatility de  eped among the boys’ and  first full- fairy heifers were first brought war reduced such activities    ~ u "> , In addition to  college and A 1  IV K f*. Central back as many as 20 head of dab? I « tege. and A. W. Kennedy, Sera- heifers for adult dairymen  1    — J  Ada merchants and  I professional m sponsor calves for 4-H and  ated 5  ^‘ rUCt ?. r - was gnSuI 1942.  college here in  and  Professional men were eager .    .     to  sponsor calves for “ —-  To State Meet FFA members  school roSntll"l!^..SL h }f h  IIMS program  two 00 da™ n ml a roMhemwZtoI 1 Wer - e -° Utstandi "«.  colorful band costumes  Wear,n *  SHSfP "fe Readily  toSmS    "iV toe* numerous I and ‘“mem^oMte'chLmw'S    Coffe*  I Horn border  I faro (got) Tomatoes 2 oz.  Ski  ll  ua?° winn a iIlff S ~" Kr0 n P or individ -  c . ,ubs  during 6  the* past week and for the best hi»h  COI J? m ?  U P soon     EIm er Kenison, secretary of the  I  ii  Dwvpr nnw. ii; * marjorie » mr aairy ton BetiSn^P    Thorn-    warded    for    his    work  tenir and pffi  1 Ernst WoUf -1 “*SSL-° f m . e "  frz t i°u ht AH V  1  ”* Months Atter W., II.Big Difference Is Peed. Not Advertise Then es New  By MARJORIE KITCHEL   around th e meat market and the grocery store  ^ork    by axwort “  Jun *. **19, seven months after firing    S7  aor    dairy     to  ««•- kwere probably very similar to the tKSy £ S?  In SdlS?^  of     <*“* lr" IT?  after  WorW War II. Prices    on eleven W  Superior—the best convenable I“d* wlsaml * ° 0ndltl0ns at the cash  register    were about the  Ratings Described  follows; 1 DgS Sre described   as  among the boys Sing With Ease, Skill  irUt    dozens    of    boys    and  ST 2 TC  arranged  °n the col-auditonum stage. Coached  performance for the event and gram ^Th^v     in     **    P«*  the .class of participants, worth? |  or a percentage I of dairy'canto to Po^to^ 6 '""'*  coun-  P^tln„ r e^ “ ™ I grade of 95 ‘to IOO.  formance in many ^esp^ts  P but I and w M ilki n£ Shorthorns not worthy of highest ?SSig due Sast    J*    Mm-  to minor defects, compared to Siff ?     e     dairy    program  grade of 87-95.  compare d to when LambertHailey land:  the coe I no^^tstanT^  performfl nce but I Wil. 1  Holsteins^wfl? £ r  n  Ma 5 ison ’  already by their diwtors°in°the  promise but  lacking 1 ^ on^w mei?wHl  C  ff  0Unty,  4 . Wis ” while the arinvt      .    .    "     In     tne    j    inorp Manntint »•?.  11 une  or I men will go south from Madison  songs, tin y responded perfectly I ^H°*n ^ ss ® n f* a J Qualities; compar-I to Durcha«d» MtiwZ “‘oL** ‘ ,,<,U1301  as hi t^Tth n cm d through°a f  rlnge como'^h?    Performance    se^h^fers^ilf    b/E?    ^Guem-  cord in cr Im si.. ____ .UTI,    ac—  to a  ‘O Su-spirited  Freeholder Board To    Visit,Imped  Other Slate Cities  ms11 S ,^ b ° a - rd ,„: 0f _ freeholders.  sprightly performance of zaima by Foster and a remiitjon of Cain’s arrangement   lcl Saw  the Wheel ”  Mrs. Dorothy Stubbs was accompanist.  ^ T » h K C directors  who had prepar-en w . youn « singers were Everett J cox of Wewoka, A W Kennedy of Seminole. Otis Stock- i *™  a  „<  r:ie HawSSS.n  a £f s ^ en “ a [ gu *-    X Vis j°"  ot  ‘he Ad'a  The comeback cif the massed May night sot  ln , ? 12 -  Fri -  t C er 0r waJ° con^  P ° mt of skl11  af- '! ne  of discussion of'gewSfout*  u j j  condl tions was accom-  llnes -    K^nerai out-  Sd* and Kenrfedy 6 returned’ Dom "^thVh^d  ma ^ r -'«t.  SSrSd-te ^ behoof yea/ be-    & —» d   dents foiMhe full term. -^ U D SJ-ggS*. *  Holds Auditions    works an™pS  v  „H t n Pub, i'  .Il^a U ^1o a ; V s^H ff , hel . d aud * t ’°ns giver, commoner riec^a^ tii.r 0  ,  f  L  U n ents of volc e and ! invited to —    *    -    ’     are    men wh » •»  ha ye requested  to buy tw^ Miilcing I two of 'thi^'sT three" d"b7toS “  the men  Shorthorn bulls in addition several regutered bred heifer.  I E.(. Debater! In! I Excellent Showing I IAI Baylor Heel I  P; Kappa Delta tourna-Iment of the Province of the Low-1  vo^f" w ppi - 5. eId at  Savior uni-versity, Waco, Texas. April 11-13.  ddaK^f *  e  ^h 1,6 ® undefeated  to5faJ2 m# i? rere fr ^ m East  Cen-2*^0*** college and two of the I  J? tra . I,tes  were selected^  to  the tournament  Thelma Hokey and Barbara  San An?  d efeated Trinity college,  t^ u^m^?°’J ex  * in the  finals of the women s division and Rudolph  Shrove and Ben Enperson t'S the* me U n n 4  e d?v!s V ion r    P ‘ 8Ce ta   r LJ ? art>ara  Hansard and Ben Bp-  wLTMasa »  w« 0 "ttiLtod     w * d ® b   ansi ^    «-  members of her IndeDendfnre .  p «te Richerson  Hrs. Truman Takes Friends on Trip  Few Notice First Lady, Gueeti from Home Town Among Tourists  ► But judging from the newspaper ads then and now, there were many differences. On Fri-days now almost half of the paper advertises groceries. To get th!  ft  e,even items  mentioned in for  ac f om P a ?ymg list, the papers  were ctosely  m ° ,h  ° f June> 1919   County Grand Jury Is To Noel Nonday   No  Speetofors Allowed In Courtroom While Investi-gotiofis Are Under Way  haTl Vf 7‘! y ‘ four , county men who j selected to serve as grand jurors will meet at IO a rn  whereMh ^‘"l} £ ourt room  wnere 12 of them will be selected  fr J  S a Pont °toc county grand juor.    *  T a ^r? e i iti d 0n ^ sking  strict Judge Tai Crawford to call a grand jury  was presented to the judge about  ter^ 6 wh 0eks ago . b y  Ada  minis- h ?»,  Were  . lnstru mental in  hundred pers<>ns gnCd by   gSTcfi? and  < riieriff g<> ’drew setoctecTio f  24 men from   thWm t0 „f  e cou e rt aS JUr ° rS dU " n * State Assistant Coming  was     th * e     Petition that  SSL~«  to the  district  Kerr  a s k  a f n  a  [f duest lo  Governor a1  asl «ing that an assistant at-torney general from the attorney general's office be sent to Ad^i to assist in the grand jury.  realest  8 £ Ve ,U 1 ° r  ,/ orwa rded the request to the attorney general  SS in AH ha r Ve  T c of  hifaS  day morning! 0 ’ ^  0P<?ning Mon -  House Delays Final Action on Extension Of Draft to Monday  Still Hot Soy on Bill Locking House Bill Restrictions  five m A ^ ING J 0N ’  April 13 —(AP)-The house wrote a five-months induction holiday and an end to the drafting of  riiei!' a i? '? t0 3 selective service  extension bill today but  1 act,on on the  measure as a whole until Monday.  Y.  A  decisive vote that  The assistant from the attorney general’s office will work in co^  T^n ra D°Me W K h CoUn l y A ‘‘«"n°y  I leu! a r° 'cases.  S * artS W ° rk on par '  No Spectators  .«. V . h j n .  ,he  Brand jury gets a*f rt .ed to work, there will be no  the m m^ nCe  ‘°  the room  where  Franco Plan Is Opposed  Poland, Mexico to Bottle Suggestion 'Friendly' Powers Do Investigating  were closely scanned and few sion will    L     K *  AVer y m**-  were the foods advertised    ^closed    except for the  Most of these came from two at£nS.^°5  T a , ttorne y* distant  a^nfarisra    -   a  »p«*ul l^id    ,5^r*  The P P .n^ ! n C store  Policies, cases may get storied Tu^J " gd^ss and USZSUST- *  V '£- dncsday    7     *  NEW YORK, April 13— (Jpy~ Poland and Mexico indicated to-?»f y  i! 167 were  P re P a red to fight “fSJSf 1 ? 0 sug «estion that friendly powers in the United Nations investigate charges that German scientists are working on the atomic bomb in Spain.  it still was too early to tell whether they would win enough  SSS# F Purity council to utl* Proposal, but some delegates expressed the belief Cjvatebr that it would bTre-ri  Cause  u° f  Hl e  limitations Franco °  W n y  Generalissimo  Three conditions were speci-  - ---- .....    would  have sent the legislation to the  rv!l ?r^ s  Nocked when Rep.  demanded a read-  25k Jti  formaIly  engrossed bdl witn all amendments. Speaker Rayburn told the house such a  Monday. 1 *  n °‘ *  Feady be,or *  the S °voto umir.^rn  and PU ‘ °“ There is nothing left to do now except pass on a motion to re-comrmt, which conceded prac-  action Th .  C n t nd takc  I'"* 1  action. There will be no roll cad  on the amendments.  Senate Still Has Say  in  senate  RHI has a say com-\ ,? W u Yf r ;  m a com mittee-ap- lackin S the restrictions the house voted today The  h°n  S f !i ad b V en a11 set to  Pass the  thrl     had    decid ed by a  three-vote margin to prohibit  ann rv1 U Kl I0n t S c  betwe «n May 15 Detour 15 of this year, a1-   thf  ™aft lair itself until February 15, 1947  OP   nine months from its present ’ex-piration date.  th J h "h e  .rf .. no rocor <f vote on the holiday proposal, which  fled in the Spanish communique I  wen * in ‘° «>« measu^ by a telle? uauedm Madrid last nigh? I S“? nt  of 156 to 153 after chariS I. The commission must be  wa ^ aspired by “politics” The made up of representatives of na- 7** mber * turned down a request tions with which Spain maintain. !  r  * . ro J* vote on which each  hers. Karo syrup ^‘^d'mori'ad-1 low  e ai U n^S >H,d  ** ™ paneled  as ce e r r v S i?o*J PaCe  i  t !? ,n 8,1  V>e    * s     Or-  eery stores in Ada combineH I ina tn    ‘    accord-  Although the housewife of' to- The numff *  conrt house  day has to pay a few rent* n * i™ number of days that th<  she does have some fresh vege-1 ter "l2“ r .?.J* J?. *«sion wUl de  friendljr relations. ^ ” ***-"•M.ms i would be recorded individually 2. It must limit its activities tn uV* ear lier tentative vote on the Visiting manufarturing establish?     v     ««»    1«    to    127.  ^i?^ nd .^ Xp< ' rirnt ' nt  Cations to L r _ r r.  was no r4 *c«>rd vote, eith-thl’ nf t  truth or  fealty Of nrU«»r»4 amendment raising the the atomic bomb charges. I    roimmum    draft    age    from  Duhliritv  U t S  ?£ ree 10 give am Ple bv a n J  Went 1 ? to the  measure publicity to the results.    SJ ®  n on-recoraed vote of 195 to   961     “    the    earlier    tentol  Z~“- Y  \° L  r  students of voice and I  beir *g invited to     01  P er  independence •  1 eie  wcfterwm placed second  >^.ano m the college music deDa rt J "day night mooting ♦ ^ Mon- Mo., bridge club mingled little I ,n  mens oral interpretation mH -em and was ge'nerouswUh^h s ‘he bofrd thl^rk frSStT SfteSJSfS. ^    ^ asalso  • finalist Kalo™ and  b's suggestions P a rtment of     de ’    &S3& JS®  tra . m P«l through iS?S U speak >g. Rudolph  He also u-nrir I Tuesday the board     ca Pital    sightseemx.    |    Hargrove    was    a    finalis    ;»  the'store d  bTVj  to .. sc ' Prt  from in I needed. me store. But don’t feel too sor-  ® housewife—she no doubt, had a big garden at home and lots of canned foods  money  Aim of Infantry  Dhrisiom Heaviest Sufferers in War ll  time. inspiring in for improvement. He alij work"  Con cert* singers’* 16 EaSt Central   JaS'c ZusVcVJ.?Jofcrscho-  Fridgy SS  lSd Ce iefttilh S,rUmen V  •na left with many of the voune  PinUpQueenls  Mother of Pair  SEATTLE, April 13. (JP)_  Sea bees on Guam select ed “Miss Dye” of Seattle as their P-n-up queen from a collection of glamor pictures entered in a  ?ai m??5h St they initi atcd c*ai months ago.  Here s what they may  know about ‘ Miss Dye:”  She s Mrs. Duane Faye Dve  seven year's"  PPiIy married for   old Sh W^n e H r ? 0t  f  her of a  aix-year “if!, ^? L  a fou r-year old girl  me kneTutn C i l0WS who th ^  •j w ^nen I was marri<vi •»  5*"!:  Dye  today, “But I’m not  ss^afrtar    I srSJ» %    “a    yr    a  now ha f r rom oYher^cTtte,* „*? ^ d . y  I comoi^^n ^ 0 ^"'^ Pluck h?? I ^‘h'v Higgte^ham'  class and will be     s     I    r,«"  P ®_i°" L  by  . the  entirely I I Nabors is coat  firlt     r f ached     over    the    J?fS 1 /L nd ^r    ? eba     Smith  Jean  and  sev-  not  view to nlin'J  stu , died  with v l k * any ideas or pro-  need?  W ° U,d fit  “to Ada's  ™ e  freeholders each week.  unaware that her neightSJ*'™!,* the president's wife.    “  evid?n^ ret 8 * rViCe men wer * to  meet twice I Eater in the afternoon the Mis-  at  U ik n?"? e  u  Were  F uesta  et tea at the Blair house which the gov-  ernmcnt maintains for distin-  dign?torie? eStS ’  mosUy  diplomatic  Yesterday the visitors, who came here early in the week for a “meeting” pf toe bridT cto£  WWSS?” debateC<a " d ape ~ k   Death of Tulsa  Woman b Suicide  JE*.i SS' WSSffifiiiS I    ; r,hK   Whose body was found haniinJ b.iii th ^ ca . rd J'_ a " d  even that was  SO sure they knew about the chil  aeSli- Sent . them the  picture ages ago more for a lark than any!  thing else.”   sK ^, ke , d  how her husband felt   the  contest T ;r , He  didn t say much  Bm?!t nk he was  Pleased”  ■M .u year ‘ old Gai *y Dve ran Sg  he nci Shborhood shou "  My mom s a pin-up girl!”  —A    , S ,-‘  A P nl  13.—</f>>  able to locate the own?? listed  t?-n^ U ’th? 1 h er ?. nt  addresses.' he .urned the bonds over to police  from a TrJe ‘^“th^y^d^h?? tol'p , They al j° *«*____„„  wg <18 SSfsataaa? >—*•  an°no n 1nc 1 ed VeS ‘ igat0r Tony  Benson | ho™ m0m>W tte  todies leave for  S5T*wh? was n the d  hftoeVom 1 !  tote Roy Mead) oillopenitor*  the   Mis Mead^ad’been des^ndent  arnee the deat^flO^^nt  DE TR nfr  F  P°^ Te »t  ter P S IT’  Apnl  13—CP)__Wal-  ward'a ten",tonight to-  ident of his CIO    I? T 5 '  Workers unfon    "' ted Au, °  UAwVol h 2V m rV b ? rs of th e excriif itrn k _’ man  International Iv nWf ^  board ’ the union’s new  the boLrrf’f r S, ld f ent pre P are d for  ,2 . post-convention ses-... which may have vital si*? mficance to the UAW’s future.*'  Swimming (muse  Offered This Week  J. T. Reed Dies In  Phoenix, Arizona  There Not Long Ago; Won Pioneer Merchant in Adn  starts the East   A  swimming course Monday at 7 p.m. at me Central swimming pool for ner-fnI* S W ?°  a . re  ^^btied to takean life saving.  C ° Ur ” “  Hed Cross   The course will be open to anv Person who has the recmired qualifications. The princiM? r» quirement is that a peSmTmSSt  Abo a ut Se Sj° r  n  Iife sa ^Tca m rd St   „ °oui 20 persons have tr»M  . ai } tb °rities that they  h^f r S ^  c °urse and will be ready to take the required i«! hours of training.  requ,red 15   weather!  Wade Kilcrease, 101-Year Old  Indian, Dies at Cabin Home  ea?iv T rf.7°?lI  Rc *d. one of toe | a ^J y day  grocers of Ada, died  Phr!l r n1t y  r i ? rnin * «t his home in  ed    y here    he    had     bv-  1  last .  few  y« a rs.   and bur * a I win to    u ’  M ® nday » a message  Mr, SS here Saturday stated. J?”’ Keed and their two daugh-ters, all living in Phoenix, sur-   F ‘ Johnston’s nno     nston     grocery    was  days when e AH t ° reS here in ihe  aays when Ada was young. Lat-  f n Mr Reed operated a variety store for several years.  rte was critically ill here a few  y ®f, r * , a 8° but recovered suffici- en £y 1° move to Phoenix.  South jl°' S } 0ry Reed h °me on  foml m^K S n avenue  was sold some months ago  *■  Three infantry divisions which  f. pe arhea d ed the 1944 drive  f!22r g  Southern France after  J*2225 •? V he  Mediterranean  IrJS the beav * es t American army. losses of the war.  Official but preliminary figur-  th/^ 1S T?*i oda Y  bv the  army put tho tot’ / «u n .  3 ®th divisions at luft^ °h uu ^  of ca *ualties  saw battle^^action ° nS Which   3rd 11  «*?i? e 1  33547     ‘he  killoH regular army unit, were killed, wounded or were missing  Afron t i m f i Rhtin K »n North Anlia Italy, France and Germany. Included were 6,571 kill-  Nail Leader Has To Admit Charge  Prosecutors Brook Down Koltoiibruniior'e Cloim Of Ignorance  ,Dy NOLAND NORGAARn  NUERNBERG, April 13.—  The American prosecution suc-  Ernst Kah’V  hreakl "K down cia?m ,h a ! t f nb r u " ner  * obstinate Ii ?!. .  p  had no knowledge  lf th? e M.. CO "' l  u ,' ctl . on wi, h many ti? ftoris blackest crimes.  sciurltv ??T r bead of ,hp  Nnzi security police on trial for war  crimes admitted he received regular reports during 1942 of the progress of the program to ex ;™ te  the Jewish population “asterTI?re^ UP,ed  torritor.es of  j®£S2J he wBf r & s,nt  *°  - . - — results.  Iiirhfnt ?  d ^egates were re-thn ?•  commit  themselves on the Question pending receipt of the official invitation from Spain  hut informed quarters^ Vxnri^^i I the' b.li    ' 'J    T rTnai  P^ft.  Ute belief that Soviet Russia I!??    toe**!  tive ballot.  BUI Sharply Changed  As it neared formal  likely to object these conditions.  ■*  Russia was strenuously to  Two Killed, Seven Hurt When Plane Crashes in Chicago  Id tmteJ’rotoer-m-law were k.ll-L  d sevcn  P‘«-son.s were eranhte ?T n an arm v  F 6  Pboto-  nlodeH k t ,n '’  cras bcd and ex- , —«»wn were proonsalu atfrtln^  a  two-story ! *°  ra, f ‘be pay of all serv,?^, !?  partm* nt building and a framaa *®nnel; to giv»»    „    ai5  house on the northwest side '     d    m,    n    ,h *  The  £HeV7?y- h ^  woman reprS^Uti^^ h?N  w“htV ,ld  toe house 'the KUI* have been cut out of this  co^m'iM £','*?  unrhangp d its  ^ximum^.r'lfaS  & a„ mo oSS?J? I 11  -Sn-SSS • j outright ban against the ndurtinn  0 f fathers; for author-  f »rm°L  K i?  draft  h 0 ®”** to defer farm workers, and for these ceil mgs on the July I, 1947 strath  W70 OOO  a „ r ,r d  ‘Drees: ’army I?! 5in’nnn     rs    and     men; navy  Turn' ."torine corps 108.000. Turned down were  per-  h!« h  S-  S  (Ebte-GuardTam”,^ ii official in Austria. IT. S Prosecutor John Amen asked: “Is that not just one of a series of   ar my sixth service  same terminal to officers; to  Pay now granted  Ar a tour”v d  toibi^l./’j?' lf"*' I fSa^l bdhe^nTw  Chir-iirra t,, i  w,l * s y n * **. Jr.. 22. of • Iv  c f  * and to count service V n tea go, had registered Ins pas- "J !t! c  Merchant marine  «to Hat 27,247 Casualties  Kaltenbrunner replied. deny that these r<  w* r * National Guard outfits Iaw  r * bu !£ d  *° Ponce offi-In the number of men who md    ii a  OV . pr th c reich."  death in action, three other di- ter Jhl'h'*!? 1 also s 'K n 'ng a let visions took heavy losses .1.1 I  w . hlch . discussed Hitler de-They were the 29th, with 4 612 and ,  s b<w>tmg Allied captives failed 4th division.’ ^ ^te.^Won of Jew?.' ?? »th division. 4.474 kilted.  The casualties  and which he had  cl0°ad? ahOma; Partly cI °udy to £?“>• . “armer east Sunday Lj -n^ersho wers and cooler  afternoon,  Kb?thundershowers Sunday mgnt and Monday, cooler Monday — northwest Sunday night  reported grease Creek Indian 1S4? !f d  h . ave  been born in liuie rete„ ea hn y th ‘ s m °"to at to? of Franrii ° me flVe mi,es east   ve” e s m d  a  b ?? d   h t-„tor many  WSSi^^ J*.?"  region However, Francis and  in the hilly  he was often in from time to time  came to Ada for short visits  h a ^ CqUa u lntances descr ibe him as having become  4 very old* Thev  \Z°? n “HI*  he  always stayed with !" dl j" ‘deas and that he was KS^Z^todians of  ” e  * 3  reported to have been born March 15. 1845. and to have died April 2. 1946. at the age of IQI years and 23 days.  Barnesville Lads On Treasure Hun!  3 B ^57 L 5 SVI £ LE - Okla . April are~?f?TT''?° Batesville youths u??” h °" * deep-water “treas-* j j hunt but there will be no  K^ n  m ?if S  i°,  gu ‘de them. Jvenneth Eilerts and Roger  mSston f th 18 ’V? da y sought per-w k 4  m offlclals  to salvage  and like ’ ^° tors ’  fishin « tackle u %  e Q. ul Pment from the u Spavmaw  Lake. ma hfi ? e  made our own div-  gas maaks j»nYi n 1k erted from  army  dtLmt  d h *7 e an air c °m-explained.  They said they had tested th*  were H ,    ,    ,  f «sed i^ore“e. PreV, ° USly pr °-  „    —r”— were disclosed    —-___ b   ‘JI /L*?™  repopt ot  activities HOT SPRINGS CAfFmaiv  the ^var?  31 grou  forces during I SLAIN OUTSIDE HIS PLACE  Total casualties of all army di-  HOT  SPRINGS. Ark Amil iv visions from Pearl Harbor to V-J — A  43-year-old Hot Springs  da y    were    731,814.    Of these 144 -     ca f? operator    was shot  wer«2 ere    in    ac tion. 552,299    u Gnigbt  when    he stepped outside  lTstPH ^. ounded and  35,355 were  bls est a b hshment in response to listed as missing.     a  message “someone vfants to  Infantry Hit Heaviest    ^ m  you outsi de.”  j.  01     the 3rd more    fired from an    automohilo  Jts ongmal strength    sped aw; ’    automobile  counted for    *' fe " C8    ac * ‘  sh ^ tin «-  senger as an army cantain mr! in? 1 ar T V off,cials  had no other minion  0,1 concernin K the com-  The coroner’s office identified  26° ahT'nfrt  3S A,brrt  Shultz. Virgil; Chicago, whose wife ' irginia. is Robitschek’s sister J r ; ( ® Persons, injured seriously  buTldin r “ tS p° f the  apartment Puiiding, set afire by flaming  gasoline from the fallen -  n *  or injuria worn  five others,  men.  Tho plane hit. burying itself in  u e house next d °er was Rim  y burned  and a two-car burned  3ge W3S dcmo 'tohed and   t .  Edward  Puerkel who lives near  bin/?? ! h  SC *T  S t id  '* I°° kp d to *»s though the pilot might have been trying to  nearby vacant tai ‘bul  d  ‘ n  * building instead.  of the 18 months  as part  ouir WI  n, y nrns  maximum re-quired of inducted mc*n.  Two Aviators Lost In Lake Alius Fall  w A F l ' S ' Okla., April 13.—(JPU~  P ja we% Ia, X^|oV k ?wHi[f^ fnr* toe’bodies ive other, including two fire- wh^toe.^^te^rt’?^  the lake last night. . The victim!  plunged into Were E E. Hutch-  wer£ Di?ot    7 hom Pson^Both  re pilots and it was not known  who was at the controls. Hutch-  SVt7n raUroad agent b ^X  instructed flying students at  Vernon,  hit the  by a burst of five bullets  than doubled its originarrireneih I sn?? a?, orn an  ‘■‘‘"’mobile which  ‘mmediately after th?  Placemens  V 3  *‘ ream ot re ~  h £°Z?Z T ost " r  J^rell said ho  j « to' “‘•mo/ed divisions. hptfiHW - whp ‘ hp ‘ ‘be  the IVil  9 ^ 8  casualties and ‘bine the 3rd 9 620. The 1st Cavalry di-  p hlcb  fought dismounted in the Pacific counted 8.883 kill-ed, wounded and missing.  Heaviest sufferer of the air-  7677 e to\ VI i S1 ° ns W ? s the 82nd  with 7,611 total casualties. The 101st recorded 7,588.     e    iUISt   were fired from a ma-gun or an automatic pistol.  Him $500,000 Damages  IJJ- April 13—CP) Mrs. Ma raj en Steven ick Horton  J presiTnl Rn i IU" S hose  mother is preshaent of the News Gazette  Inc, wa^ accused today in a fed *  era court suit of alienating h?;  ">r *MO*nnn S r,lons and ,vas suod  jot 5500^)00 damages by her sten  tother. R >y V. MacNicol. in .?  Chickasha. Ofeli?  g  an  S  d ‘ Udents a * Tex, during the war Fishermen who witnessed the said the plane flew leet after hitting the  water Rrvth     e strikin g the   B ? ih  men attempted to   they s ^ n d ^*  avaUa We ,or°rwile     read,ly   ♦-  accident about 700 power Im*  Greater returns Jot amount in. * **     1    ews     Classified Ada  vested  Tenth Time Is “Charm”  Ex-G I Anxiously Checking On Where French Bride Now Is  Thurman Wright,  MARVQvit rvv    I    ^,^ a ni with an airborne  MARYSVILLE, Ka s., April 13. * ntelb 8ence outfit overseas has John Ha bel of Marvc. I b®en anxiously awaiting the ar  ma?!ild1n a p 0f his Wife ’  whom h e il2!..r d ^ a France and who was  —(APl—jonn  Habe ,  f M  _  Ville was rejected by the armv and navy nine times because of an eye ailment, but he had the trouble corrected the navy  corrected and accepted him on his tenth ai) plication for enlistment  toeTmwV. 78 dai, y in  nited States, but you can  car  “healthy” with service. 4-14-lt  keep your Slime tt-Meaders’   eX Th‘c t<! ?x Gl r h?' e  ?L Ada Friday '  me ex-til has been meeting  h? e ?L?i??d a , rr ‘ V ' ng in Ada  since nnrt jff U  rT l essa «e from the  York Tho     ation    at     New  xorK. The message stated that  a? ^ a r bride was to arrive , n   Ada  Friday morning.  Saturdav jr ciV€d  j n f°rmation saturday afternoon that his wife  did not pass through the port of Ne  embarkation He has  in  few  that are unanswered  York.  even more questions now since  uid'iv C |h  ed  to",'nformat.on Sa°t-“ r f: i -Y h to, r, ‘ ug b ‘be Red Cross. He said that he had no idea of what could have happened.    *  His last letter from the younc  b?iT a 5  wa .u tl S‘  sh e missed to? boat Now the FBI and Red Cross  th? t™t th-V h  See  i‘ f sh<?  missed me Doat that her clothes whirh  ?ng V c C a d m? n  a  Ada Saturday  mg, came across on.  TH’ PESSIMIST  OZ B.»b Blank*. Jfc  Cheer up. whut if ever* thing cost as much as a scription.  pre-  Before they’re married if* a peck o’ love-after they’re married ifs a peck of trouble   

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