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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 3, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Ada voters get to vote more often than usual this primary and run-off, charter vote, July primary and run-off November general one too important to pass by. Average Net May Paid Circulation 8271 Member: Audit Bureau of Circulation THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION 43rd 42 ADA, OKLAHOMA, MONDAY, JUNE 3, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPY Heavy Vote Sought as Ada is To Decide Tuesday on Charter Alterations Being Proposed 'Junior Commando- Packs a Punch Two days old, and the six-pound Kelly in photo above is already pokin' a flst against a handy chin. Well, that's not surprising when you learn that newly arrived Virginia Ellen Kelly is the daughter of cx-Sgt. Charles E, Kelly, who taught the Ger- mans a thing or two about fighting, Virginia and her admiring narents are pictured in Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburgh. Grand On Job Jury Again Resumes Deliberations With Several Days of Work Expected This A grand jury which launched it's investigations back in April, for several days and then recessed, Monday morning re- sumed its deliberations. The public is kept on the out- side during the hearings and questionings, and officials in charge are silent about what is being discussed or probed into. However, Tom D. McKeown, county attorney, Monday morn- ing remarked that he expected jury to be in session for sev- eral days at least. Indictments submitted at the end of a grand jury session re- main as the major indication of has been taken up during the days it has been at work. Six indictments were returned at the end of the first few days the jury was in session. ---------------------K-------------------. Defense Counsel For Nips Resigns TOKYO. June ed sources reported today that the chief of the war crimes de- fense section, naval Capt. Beverly M. Coleman, and six associates have decided to resign because of their dissatisfaction with the con- duct of the trial of ex-Premier Tojo and 25 other Japanese they were appointed to defend. Another source also disclosed that Coleman was scratched by glass splinters Saturday when an unidentified Japanese threw a rock at the windshield of his se- dan near the guarded gates of the war ministry building, site of the war crime- trial. No explanation for the attack was given. A court attache, who asked that his name not be disclosed, said the American defense staff mostly civilians felt the trial to date Food Drive Is Launched Ado to Take Part in Na- tional Tin Canned Food, Cash Gifts for Starving There begins today a nation- wide collection of tin canned food for aiding the UNRRA in furnishing emergency food relief to distressed peoples abroad. President Truman has warned of the dire situation facing mill- ions of people and is asking that American people share their food this- year following a near-record crop year.in 1946 and prospects for this year. Mayor Luke B. Dodds today calls on citizens and groups to cooperate in the collection of can- ned food and cash contributions for food to be shipped overseas to starving people. Those in charge of the collec- tion here are to hold a meeting tonight at the Aldridge hotel with all interested citizens who can attend to make final arrange- ments for Ada's part. These ar- rangements will be announced Tuesday. They are planning to have a central collection' location for storage of the food as it accumu- it can'be kept under lock and under police guard. They are asking that citizens of Pontotoc county start definite planning for giving of whatever they have or can purchase for the purpose or, if they can not turn in food, to make cash contribu- tions. had not been conducted with Coleman, named chief of the defense counsel several months ago, said "no comment" to ques- tions about reports of the impend- ing resignations and about the attack on himself. WILLIAMSON APPROVES FOUR BOND ISSUES OKLAHOMA CITY, June 3, 7 Bob Jr. It must be awful t' be a Rirl an' try t' buy a dress that conceals an' reveals at th' s.nine time. Th' trouble about goin' t' a hotel for a change an' a rest servants git th' change an' th' hotel gits th' rest.
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