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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 10, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Wouldn't you just odor. bein9 ballyhoo and be called .n I. whoop it up f., Loui, bout in Sept.mber-anJ that ,ighf on the hee.s of the Louis and Conn affair of a few week, .s. Aifrane Npl June I'Jtlcl Circulation 8310 Mfmbtr: Audit llurcuu nf Circuliillon THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION Hide in Father's Attic to Escape Draft ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1946 FIVE CENTS THE COPY Senate Slaps Price Control Ban Today On Milk, Dairy Products Four Gabriel brothers of Ontarioville. Illinois, line up at FBI headquarters in Chicago after sur :-enaennp. j he brolners evaded the rirafl for four years by spending nutch of their time hidhie Henry1! E A' Onlariovillc- Left to AlbcA. 40, Frank, 20, Ada Sipuel Loses Test Case of Negro Student Seeking Entrance to O.U. Law School to Be Appealed Oklu.. Julv 10. A mandamus writ sought by Ada Lois Sipuel, Chickasha negro, to compel the University of Okla- toma to admit her to its law school has been denied by Dis- trict Judge Ben T. Williams. Attorneys for Miss Sipuel signified plans to appeal the de- cision and predicted the case ul- timately will reach supreme court. Refusing to rule on the consti- tutionality of state laws and con- stitutional provisions setting up 'Breaking' Is Ordered Sheriff's Vault to Be Emp- tied of Strong Liquor Seized for Evidence On a motion by County Attor- ney Tom D. McKeown to County Judge.- W. G. Long, the court or- dered thiil all 'whiskey and other intoxicating beverages in the vault of the sheriff's office be disposed of by breaking contain- McKeown said that he contact- ed a number of authorities con- cerning the use of whiskey and learned that it had to be broken. He had previously thought that tne U. S. the whiskey could be used bv a hospital. Mololov And Byrnes Clash This Time Over Plans For German Disarmament; Seek Adjournment By Weekend By LOUIS NEVIN PARIS, July 10, Big Four foreign ministers, although still enmeshed in a bitter debate on the future of Germany, bent their efforts today toward final adjournment by tliis weekend. The ministers ordered their de- puties to have ready by Saturday Plane Crash Fatal )o 25 Homeward-Bound Service Men and Crew of Big Plane Killed in Massachusetts HOLYOivE Mass., July (IP) Twenty -.live army, navy and coast guard men the entire crew and passenger list of a converted flying carrying the home- ward bound service men from Gander, Newfoundland killed last night when the plane were crashed Tom. Mount Salvage crews summoned to the scene of NVw England's worst air disaster, laboied today on the mist-shrouded hill thai rises, ab- and alone, above the Connec- ticut valley nor far from Westover Field, in nearby Chicopee, where Ihe plane to have landed at (eastern standard time) last night. Bodies Scattered The broken bodies of the oc- cupants, whose names were with- held pendog notificalion of nexl of kin, ware scattered among the plane's wreckage along a 400-foot swath shori by the crashing B-17 through d.inse woods 200 feet from the hill top. Army rescue forces who strug- gled up 3 steep, cobblestoned road, repotted that by daybreak they had recovered about 20 bod- ies and had taken them to Holy- oke Funeral homes. Five bodies were believed still" in the smokir-g, charred wreck- age that was spread in small pieces over the quarter mile '.quare area. During the morning, many Committee Denies Suppressing Testimony in War Profit Case By JOHN W. HENDERSON WASHINGTON, July 10, The senate war investigating committee, denying that testi- mony had been suppressed in its investigation of an Illinois muni- tions combine, announced todav that company officials will be called to teslify soon. George Meader, committee counsel, told reporters there was a "possibility" that Dr. Henry Garsson, central figure in what Chairman Mead (D-NY) has de- scribed as a "paper would take the stand before the end of the-day. Suppression Charged The assertion that the commit- tee had not permitted one side of the story to be told was made Chairman Mead (D-NY) repli- ed that witnesses for the Garsson group have appeared ear- lier except that their attorney had requested a postponement. "There is no gestapo in this committee and there is no sup- pression of information in this committee." Mend declared. This interchange occurred near the end of a day in which the withheld because of controversy over Balavia's use of labor, but i on April 1345, the secretary wrote May, informing him the award been granted. 1 I'altcrsoii Denies Favors .'1 A few days Patterson had frozen nil payments to the Erie Basin Metal Products com- pany on Sept. C, 1945, to assure Cottonseed, Soy Beans Off Meet, Poultry Decontrols Voted Tuesday, Tobacco And Oil May Come Next committee heard Secretary of j government recovery 'of surplus War Patterson describe these in-1 profits, he went to'May's office ......_j requesi. There he met two men. whose names he nter, Washington public relations counsel, who said spokesmen for the Garsson interests "told you most of the story in star cham- ber proceedings and you suppres- dld Congressman >'-man May U has been n nnth the drafts of afte'' crash Ihe woods Jt has been sevcial months witi, Italy, Hungary, Romania still were smoking and occasional TCi 11 rm j _ i ___i i DU 1'RLR nf TI j'tiYl rti i sinco a '.break' order was issued Bulgaria and Finland. Diploma- provisions setting up and the total amount in the vault fir M st-parate schools and forbidding is estimated nt 200 pints sources said this, meant the _-____- r...
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