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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - April 25, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Look 'em over carefully, those whose names are filed for county and state offices by Friday at 5 p. m., for among them are those who will be spending your tax money for the next few years Fair tonight and Friday; not so cold extreme south, lowest near 50 cast and .south. THE ADA EVENING NEWS Average Net Mnrch raid Circulation 8078 Member: Audit Bureau of Circulation 43rd 9 ADA, OKLAHOMA, THURSDAY, APRIL 25, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPK Metal Hangar Reaches Ada Pictured above is a hangar that will be installed at the Chauncov Airport north of Ada. It will possibly be several weeks before the hangar is stai'.od. The larga crates containing the hangar ar- rived in Ada Wednesday morn- ing and were unloaded Thursday. The crates were taken from ths flat railroad cars direct to the airport, where they will be left until construction is started. There are 15 crates that average more than seven and a half tons each. CIO Says If OPA Goes, Recent Wage Increases Must Also Go Foreign Ministers of Big Four In Opening Peace-Treaties Conference War Price Control On Shoes to Go, Price Boost Seen By MARVIN ARKOWSMITII WASHINGTON, April OPA's approval, the civ- ilian production ndministriition pushed plans today to suspend a manufacturing control w li i c h helped hold shoe prices down during the war. And OPA laid some plans of its own to boost prices on low- cosl shoes in an effort to make more of thotn available.'. Meanwhile there were these other developments touching consumer needs and pocket books: 1. OPA rushed a survey to de- termine whether its regulations v.-ill jeopardize shipment of men's suits to stores after May 1. 2. Dealers met with OPA to discuss the possibility of a tire price increase. OPA's shoe production control has required manufacturers to turn out the- same proportion of low-priced footwear they cl i d during 1342. The principle is the same
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