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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - July 29, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                                 Don't discount Rep. Moy's obility-he has lots or he couldn't have at the  "™'"‘  choi,mo "* d  «" important wartime commirtee end seen to so mony love,, for so mony different people.  NM June Paid emulation  8310  Member Vudn Bureau of ( imitation  Mrd Year—No. SS  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  FINAL EDITION  AHA. OKLAHOMA, MONDAY. JULY 29, 1916  HYK CISTS HIL COPY  Heat Reaches 105 Degrees Here Sunday  No Relief in Sight; Some Ranches Hove Already Had Big Posture Fires  A AS the liottf I day * * Ii.* t i unless today t lorn an t ier up an 'I' ‘i two. And few  if v auld la sui pi used  an  igh  I •:  dm  J © a ‘ti « ;j I()5 dr than Saturday’s .nk of 104. t > low bi ought The minimum •**nd f »t until the »i nirk' v . Hum t<> permit anv  Ice Plants Doing Best  Producing More Than 'Ca pacify' But Demand Still Exceeds Supply  Not ouiv is there a drought in the weather in Pontotoc county hut now there is a drought in re-j ’ id n e 'Pile three Ada ice plan!- have a ‘‘capacity” cif 96 Mons of ic e a day and are produce  ln, ‘  101  bins daily. One plant ll no ice at all over its dock and the other two sell only a part of'theirs bv this method.  The managers explain that Ad, and the area Ada ; ha I off southern  and say that there ; for esse ut la I uses.  I hey    J    | u , piddle  j Iv w hat ice* is (that the  ta  serves isn’t as as a number of other  ( Oklahoma communities, is enough ice  I trlv  l! SIC** p  s  ti lichi >  bad  J  Promise I .idee!  n oi mn j? hadnt hem • • ’ 1  ‘ I *v* i f \ look up* cooling bi eeze t that md until ll o’clock t tile day wouldn't *e Saturday, hut the hi * c e faded and the awn with the ferocity expecting until rains  to use on necessary, to know supply is being spread on •’» prorata basis, that milk supplies an* being taken care of as an e i ntl,d food source, and that Menial customers commercial and home are each getting their hare.  'I’hc ha  Stonewall Girl Victim Of Car Crash  One of Four Killed At Oklahoma City; Weekend Costs IO Lives in State  Bv rhr Astor lated Pretm  fen persons died over the weekend iii Oklahoma of injuries received in accidents eight in traffic mishaps, one in an airplane* crash and another when a shotgun was accidentally discharged.  Many others were in hospitals.  I he* highway patrol reported the traffic deaths brought the month’s total to 37. fourteen more than for tin last year and the  JBO again I inn at this time in 194a.  Byrnes Leaves for Paris Conference  *  —   same period year’s mark to  Community Ic  Ti awe I, 42, Chick* a Chickasha bes  in*  was struck bv  CWS  Ii J  late  urn or s ranch Pea! al>out 60 acres burn-  Qlliam Paul Iftsha, died in  • capacity of 30 t»n7Ti%    pm    hi    irs    ,    i    v    -  daily and is making 33. Of the ut* produced, about 16 tons are sold over the dock, in three one-  Oklahoma  killing four persons. The dead were Carrie Elbert O'Neal. ,Jr  ani The and The 11 ucks  nave  last Wick and t ran, Ii is reported to I an    even    wider spread blaze'  , . J*    '     t]     i- w extinguished.  IMM Sprayer C alled On ixt n * Ranch sent to Okla Sa!rn da> for a 500  K     J'“«v *ng found that  »n tank already avail d    int hold enough  a    pasture blaze that  Widely.  Cod tli.it one ranch gang even put to to help  ICS.  one half hour periods daily. periods are morning, noon night when ice is available, other 17 tons of ice go on the to regular customers and  a (  150-fl  DDT pi ave  ung fi  ll  or  all plant  <>n pere is stnn v other commun tages are report-n i ti,si:d produc- K  in the area.  ap  Mascot of Seabees Admits He's 'Wolf  Clucky Lod in Hosptol Stays  Cheerful, Is 'Sorto Sweet' On Nurse  PH ILA Dr LPH IA  Jin cot It . he i  a  july 29  1  ’ t ar rick, the if the navy Sea -  be “a wolf.”  P- !: 1  ’ db (Pa) youngster  >P©d to a bed in the Banner's •■*-• for crippled children, ’rated his ninth birthday  : ;  t* ii.ng his mother ta sweet on one of lunges here”  '    * souled I- tppiIv “But  bdl anyone! They’ll think  I won ”   v     ’[    of Mr. and Mrs.   5     a  s :     k.    hasn’t brin able  aiK into la* was two years At that tune he was stricken t.;tw;colons of the spine.   s  navy didn t foi get ■' '  ; !  th day    and neither  he hospital.  S* a bees, who named the* offu • d n u rut in 1944. h    rn    a    16    inch model of h   1     *'    ca: : ;«    • The ho; pita I  • r. .ol the ice <: earn I  Fred  or *e out of town delivery is made  ti* Stonewall.  Southern Ice reports that ifs machine has a maximum capacity of 36 tons of ice daily and it is making 38 None of the South  (Continued on Page 2 Col. I)  Two Ada Racers To Be in Cushing Race For Experience  Two Ada soap box racers will I loaded onto a truck Tuesday morning for a trip to Cushing to , participate in a Soap Box Derby race there, but the local rachis will not have a chance to take honors as the owners will be rat ing for experience only,  A i acor ow ned by Perry Don Alt Bloom arid sponsored by Free man Thrash Motor company will jacc m ( lass A. It was the light due job that took second place honors ^ in (Mass A in flu* Ada i ace The i act r was third in tho entire event, but had the second Retest heal time.  I he second place winner here  !  owned by Ham*! Spoons and w ill race the second place winner *ft Cushing. His racer is spon-  M*ied In Blake Coca-Cola. Spoons  won C lass Ii division here and also had the best designed racer Cushing has 14 racers ready for (the race there and preliminary and trial runs have been jilted. The official tile race will be ai y.ju pm.  ; I uesday.  A number of Ada people have made plans to attend the Cushing race and a few of that num-■ b* r ok* planning to attend the not luna I event at Akron. Ohio.  when seootei  A car carrying seven persons overturned on the outskirts of City early Sunday,  L * !va McEwen. 1H, and Mane Elizabeth Lindgren. 19, all of Oklahoma City, and Zorah Lee (■ates, 15, Stonewall, Okla.  ('/.avn Lee Gates was a daughter of R, ( Crates, Stonewall; funeral services will be held Tuos-*'d ll am. from Oak Avenue Baptist chinch in Ada. burial in Rosedale cemetery; other ruiviv ors are three sisters, Mrs. Aretta Chronist«*r and Ozetta May Gates of Pittstown and Mrs. Lucite Gentry of Oklahoma City: grand parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. elates of Stonewall and Mr. and Mrs G. p. \ ineyard of Nocona, Tex.  Driver May Die  The driver of the ear, James Edward Nelson. 20, also of Oklahoma City, was in a critical condition in an Oklahoma City hos- I pita!. The two others with minor hurts.  Finis Marion nice. Ok la  'Everybody' Aller Money  Official Says That's the Woy Profits Probe Shows Wartime Spirit  By JOHN IV. HENDERSON  WASHINGTON. July 29 pin 'Compte'oiler General Lindsay < VV al ien told senate investignt ors that ‘it has looked as if everybody and hi; brother were out to get the government during the lush war \ear; ”  Warren made this statement to the senate war investigating committee At the same time, he appealed Rn greater powers for the general accounting office as ' tie* last bulwark for tile protection of taxpayers of tin country again t unbridled and illegal ex pendituies of public funds ”  Some high officials of govern ment, he said, accepted enter • annuent, including Cocktail pat bes. hotel bills and even travel from conli aet,ors” while at the ame time drawing travel ex I lense and per diem (daily allow a nee > from the government.” This practice, he added, the* rule rather than tin  lion ”  was excep-  Prcsident 'I i uman in his car, foreground, stops to pic k up Secre-   l a' ,f  § i*  J , amCS B > rms ‘  S< ‘ nator T ‘*"« Clinally and Sector Aithui Vandenbeig who arc descending the steps of the* State De partment rn that order between a guard of honor. Truman will accompany thorn to the National Airport in Washington, where  !  inv hy  P Iant ‘  for thc  - 1  nation conference (NEA Telephoto).  in Fans.  pi ac-  escapcd  Layton. 54, Ber-was struck and killed (two miles south of Grove Sunday when he stepped in front of an automobile.  }} H* k automobile collision near Stilwell Saturday resulted in the death of Dan Thurman De Vaughn, 30. Sallisaw city policeman. Jene Bay, 16, Stilwell, was cutirallv injured and taken to a Prairie Grove, Ark Two others in the less se rious injuries.  While playing rn a driveway Saturday in Oklahoma City, two-year old Marsha Lee ' Reise daughter of Mr*. Imogene Reise!  mobil  an<1 k ‘ IIPd by an auto   Colton Meet Being Called  Formers Moy Be Asked To Hold Entire '46 Crop Off Market; Price Dropping  Senate Plans Quick Adion  On Approving OPA Decontrol Board So It Can Get On Big Job in Hurry  car  hospital  suffered  ATLANTA. July 29 opt -State agriculture Commissioner j Tom lander said today a meet*  I mg would In* held here next Mon-; day to ask cotton fat ruers to w itll hold 11 if* • r* entire 1946 crop from I the* market.    t  I At tin* same time*, lander ! I charged the* department of agt i I I culture* and tin* department of state* were withholding export in |  I formation from the farmers rn an  1  'effort  com  running of | boy.  ca  sees  id 3  ca gland  lows. Mrs. Garrick can t say enough for im-rs who helped Jimmy  1  th.- hospital.”   c  ' lull- happy here  * ? hope that they’ll be d<» something lur him,*.’  • I i‘‘i. ; a id  Citv lad  apii pra\ aul  Brice Thompson, Song leader, Dies  Ada Man Devoted Most Of Lfe to Teaching, Encouragement of Singing  B  'lane Crash Kills One  ^J-yrftr-old Oklahoma William Fred Kelley,  City  died  * * cria in pee la list;  still  ived  that  will  L  died Tiirnei rn i county by joy people lh* had his life to  dinging and  Sunday of injuries suffered when  near r n ! 6d    plane  crashed  near Calvin in Hughes county In  a critical condition in a Holdenville hospital was his companion Owen L. Edmisten, 17. Oklahoma  Amos Ray Shreiner, 44, Bethany, was killed when his shot gun accidentally discharged he prepared to leave mg tup Saturday.  By MARVIN L. ARROWSMITH  WASHINGTON. July 29 of. I he* senate hanking committee 1 o d a y unanimously approved President Truman’s three nominees for the new price dc*contiol hoard.  The committee’s ac tion sent to the    senate    for    it; consideration,  possibly    today    hut    more lik.*l\  tomorrow, these nomination;  Roy L. Thompson, president of to drive down the puce of Federal Land Bank of New  to ! , " n     I Orleans, as chairman of tin* de  Ho also expressed the* belief * control board; Daniel W. Bell. that the* present OPA law is un [former treasury undersecretary constitutional.    and George Ii Mead. ()., paper  Thomas to Take Part    company executive, as members.  Linder said he and J G Mc- I  Mran whiJe, Mr. Truman ar-Donald, Texas commissioner of eastern shfndZ  ( V  315 p * n J’ agriculture, I,ad called the meet- Me 5 Prellden3e,l i ,mc)  _  Wl,h  rn* and that Senator Thomas (I). T v rh , es " J ,"',3 Ok la),    chairman    of    the    senate ■ era    Ross    told report-  agriculture    c- o rn    mitt e e,    had  ’ It g»»t so had in tile maritime commission, for instance,” War-1 sen said, “that I called personally Jon Admiral Land (chairman)—! whose name was not mentioned in any of the reports and also' wrote* him officially. He issued I an order condemning suc h , tires.”  I Warren declared that lcgisla-jtion lihi-r.di/ing government con bact pi ac tic es din mg tin* w ar had greatly weakened the power of j the general accounting office to prevent extravagance or misuse I of public funds.  Denouncing “abuse of the vast Iv broadened authority given to 1  the procurement agencies, all un der the guise of war. as well ast the degeneration of moral st in > danis,” Warren declared that | “cost plus” procurement “is the «  [ greatest device ever invented for « pumpin * out the treasury.” j Warren was called before the I committee, which has been rn VC ligating war profits of a mid-' western munitions combine, to give lie; .idvice to possible* new I anti profits legislation.  Hungarians Are Unhappy  Unofficial Delegation Knows News of Peoce Treaty Will Be Bad News  B' A I GOLDBERG  PARIS. July 29 ol* An un official delegation representing Hungary iii P,ii e pc.n f* confei enc*e circle w aited unhappily to day for tlo h i.j news it felt sure was contained in the purposed peace ti«\ draft for ti,.it coun  1  try.  VA e re Ii■ -1 #* to attend our ca n funeral,” one member of th** del egation said. “an I it i n’t .* good feeling.”  The group, headed by Laszlo r ai ago. economics expert, has not I>e*'n given a copy *>f the pro posed Hungarian treaty, but members have a pretty good idea | of what will bo demanded of them and how th** wi*stern pow ei-s ai.* split with Rn iii over I free* navigation on th** Danube Th** telega t ton is c*ompo:;«*d main Iv of now men and informa lion officials, prepared to argue unofficially out id** the council halls until Foreign Minister Jan*** Gyongyo i and his aides are sum mooed from Buda pc! t to attend th** council sessions and hear th** bad news officially.  It was Russia’s announced at titude on Czechoslovakia’s treatment of Hungarian nationals in Slovakia which u.c proving most I galling to members of th** group.  Russia has upheld Czechoslovakia in her announced desire tot depoit nearly 1,000.000 Hangar inns Hungary has protested! against any such deportation t ¥  Barge-Ferry (rash Causes Heavy Loss Of Life in River  U. S. lo Urge Open Meetings  Treat*©! for Axis Satellite! To Be Released for Pub-     licohon    Tuesday          B* A    I GDLDBf KG          PARIS. J i    iiv 2*), f h The 2    *      nation peace    conference, coltver    i-      c t f un ally    in Luxembourg pi    1 -      ace more th    an a ' . ar after th    ie      end of th** s    econ I Worl i VV.if i    n,      Europe, was    summoned bv Pres          dent George    Bidault of Fran    ■#      today t*i ab*    dish ”tl e plague c    . 0  * ^      I war ”              Addr* viny    the I 500 delegat    *v      of the victor    ion* albee on bcha    - 0      of the host n    • lion, Balau t plea    J-     The l«  th* w e  aff*  o v  •anrmr oh j t ion . I W ill get t ca In .ti apl  Doited Stat said that v be attached th** p**ace War, a ** t hat f sn lur** great power cided part  *n,t  *nt  o'nplct *t af ! ones ” •f crenel  e i t  and It , fever the R  blam i hire  to th# Rd.,ult e*>ul i o keep  World fundamental cause of was that th.* two < vc ho had taken a dent the roe Hies * of  ie  arms remained on t- sidelines during th** olutmn of peace.” Plain Men Look Ti* Meeting  I he hopes of plain men are turned tow a? I us to lay” he sa- I I concluding his Id-minute slow-!;■ spoken speech. Bi iault was then named provisional ch urman , 11  * di** confer en*-# on th# rn* ti  S Secretary of Stsf# James F Bv r m s.  Bidault to a pre hi to* ic* r  Britain Accepting 'In Principal' U. S. Unify Proposal  agreed to be present 'rile Georgia  Three Nominees Willing   fiosS a dded. in response to -in.,I that    I     n "  find commission,*rs <»f agrieulturi  will  on a  as hunt  (Brice) Thompson, who! f his home. 729 South Saturday, will ho greatly ed throughout Pontotoc singers and song lox -  Explosion Blows ' Woman lo Bits  Husband Must Explain Warnings Against Tampering with Trunk  f   ►t her they  kids walk. make nu*  ne  ha  MIR  I) H  Cl  IVC  ever.-  laced  ill b<  *  July 29    <d*  •tine, a. so* ad* lueatH»n id th** Oklahoma, has  a sunny dis-n id; asserts, to i *-main on I months yet in a cad Hut worth it.”  Born  ncssee  PORT! AND, Ore , July 29 * P) practically dedicated small trunk became th** cen the development of I  1     . investigation today **f an  leaching «*f others in ‘‘^Pmsion which blew' Mrs. James  v\. Borden to bits while sh** was •done in her home here City Detective Bard Purcell re ported Bowden, charged with illegal possession of explosives  longing f»f religious songs. He I * 1 ‘ ,s     conducted schools in Okla  homa and also in Tennessee, front w hi* h state la* moved with  I his family to Ada in 1920,    ........  in Potman county, Ten- J     and     without    bail, has'domed  in 1878. he was married    explosives    *>r    any    know-  m Miss Martha Jared in 1897.!    ^     of    how     his    w    ife    was killetl  r ignt    children were born to    Saturday night.  Dr  pro-  Um-  lM***n  ■\ e  bu of th** university •: * .iv . lfe* live S**pt.  including th* nu!  ■ rat t» ti. i*lejiH ntary,  un air high, will Ik* ' north campus.  G  cl R<  ♦  ut ti: for  Ada New  them, three daughters and five .° n  All of the children have followed their father’s path in boosting community singing pro  grams.  Funeral services were held Monday at 4 p. in. from tim Ada Missionary Baptist church, with burial in Rosedale cemetery,  Oakman Community  from all cotton growing states had been asked to attend  lander said also that Thomas had agreed to summon reprcsen latices from th** departments of agriculture and stab* before the senate committee to “explain v. by information vital to cotton grower:! has been withcld.”  OPA Restoration ( lists Earmers  Restoration of OPA, said Lin der, has cost the cotton farmer | $189,000,000 to date. Since congress passed the now' law. he **x-plained, the price of cotton has dropped the legal maximum of IOO points on th** cotton each day  This, h«* continued, means that , " l, ‘ price per bale ba*; dropped i $20 ll** added that effective to jday th** maximum fluctuation under the law becomes 200 points.  'Ibis year’s rntton crop is ,*.sti mated at approximately 9,000,000 bales.  Iii a telegram to Thomas, Linder said he had information that lh,* departments of agriculture and stat** had a backlog of orders for cotton in excess of I,OOO,OOO bales and that the orders should be placed prior to August 1.  amount nj Want Ad  WEATHER  Meeting Wednesday Saturday Night  Thoro will be a mass meeting J iii** Oakman clnni'h    in..    A    nu    ...    i    .....  Purcell said the explosion is behoved to have originated in a foot looker" that Bowden’s two daughters. Doris, 13, and Shirley G. told him was kept padlocked in tho cellar.  Both girls reported their fath-ei repeatedly warned the fatmiv not to tamper with the trunk or tty to open it. th** detective said  Hit-Run Accident  told Mr. Truman they accept lh** appointments.  Thompson, president of the r edci a1 Land Bank <»f New ()i leans, said he expected to l**u\e today for th** capital “to get things lined up and ready to go at tin* earliest possible time.” The board’s first big assign meld is to decide by August 20 whether meats, dairy products, glams, cotton seed, soybeans and hundreds of products made from them should be placed back un der price controls at that time. If it makes no decision, ceilings automatically will he restored Under terms of the OPA revi-exchange [ val act, the board must hold pub-* lice hearings before it makes any ruling on these commodities. The pm p*>,e of Uhs is to obtain the  views of consumer groups and in dusti y i cpi escntativ es.  I lie revival law also bans res boation before Align: t 20 of ceil mgs on eggs, poultry, tobacco and petroleum. After that, consent of the board is required to re-establish controls.  I he hoard also lias sweeping jurisdiction over decontrol of all other commodities, and it may restore ceilings on any item if it deems this necessary.  announ-  Oklahoma: Generally fair to-«*n i I ii- lay except scat red thunder showers along stern border tonight; not much * iT *£ temperature; highest *’  :  -  l - ' ■ JOO rn t uf slate.   v !, 1 he a mass meeting j Oakman church at tin*  • bool house at 8 p m, Wednes- !  ’>*. at which time a plan will he devised' whereby the church building will Ik* completed.  I here will in* community sing-ing with visiting quartets from Ada and surrounding  I tics.  Oakman community residents are urged to attend and others fare wcleome.  commum-  A hit and run accident aecui red Saturday night *>nc and one half miles north of Ada on SH 99 at about 10:00 pm. A ear driven by Lester Myers of Bv-ars struck a car driven by J. \V. Law of Ada and did not stop but k(*i>t going, patrolmen reported.  Myers was later apprehended by Patrolmen Glenn Clark and Harvey Hawkins and placed der arrest.  Redden Driving Charged lo Myers  Reckless driving charges were filed against Lester M\«*rs Monday moi nine by Count> Attorney f om D. McKcown after plaint was signed by Patrolman Glenn Clark.  Myers is alleged t«» have diiven «* 1939 P*),(l from an unknown point t.i a point about one mile not th ..f Ada \\ ithout .In* to traffic existing there  Tin* case was fil»*d rn the I cy Armstrong justice of com t.  a com* Highway  iegard  cr-peace  un  Passenger car and truck output fot lh** first week in July was estimated at 46.810 the pa sen "cr cars going to the guys vc ho live next door.  r*    *  Greater returns for amount in vc.,ted. Read Ada News Want Ads.  Traffic Charges Filed on White  H. F Whit** ha*; I><*e*11 charged with violation of th** rules of the road No. 5 by Highway P..tm! man Glenn Clark The ca *• wa ; lil«**l iii Franklin Bom land justice id peace court  I he \ lolation is i mining to Hulett of the center **l an intersec-'* nn  I h # " incident hajipened I* ii«lay night ah*mt *» tx e mile north of th** ell\ limit '!’h** complaint was signed by Patrolman Clark and til***! by County Attorney Tom D. McKcown.  ¥  New t a hts Of Polio  TULSA, Okla., July 29 -bpi The number «.f poliomyelitis casts at Hillcrest Memorial Hos pl tai stood at 22 today after adorn mn of mc* child each from Okmulgee, Chelsea aud Afton.  W ASHINGTON. July 29 iP) I he state department announced today Britain has accepted in principle” this government’s proposal to unify occupation zones in Germany.  I he department’s announce mcnt reiterated the hope that Russia and I* ranee likewise will accept.  Despite this hope. the expectation among diplomats here is that the United States and Britain at once will work out details for unifying theii own zones econ omically, that France probably will join promptly and that Bus Ma will refu e to coo per a ti*.  Th** announcement which may mark a *d«*p in the hardening of th** great power .split in Germany I came as S ** *• i ** t a r v of State j By rues nut with Prime Minis-I ter Attic** and Foreign Minister Molotov and Bidault in the first! day of the Paris peace* conference.  I he stat** department cement said:  "The department of state has been informed that th** British gov **i nm* ut has accepted in pi in » iph* the offer of Secretary By rn e t». jom the United States /ame «d o*s up it ion rn Germany with «<u\ other zones for th** pm po «* of treating th** zones so joined as an economic unit  The depai tmcnt welcomes the announcement a a fn.-d *,t**p to waul easing the heavy financial burden resting on the two oecu jiving powers and relieving the distress which has resulted from Germany’s being divided four relatively watertight mic compartments.  ” I’ll** department the other occupying find it possible to give an equal iv favorable response to Secretary Bvt nes’ offer. In the judgment of this government the greatest general advantage would accrue from prompt measures to achieve th** economic unity of J ••*! manv as prescribed bv th** Potsdam agt cement.”  CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo, J u h 29. '.P* The mud iv Mississippi river w*as searched today' f»>r the bode s of at least ten persons, possibly more, who were believed to have perished in the collision of a ferry boat and two cit laden barges near here  Hiirteen other occupants th* ferry were saved after th** boat overturned, dumping j Ic.* t five vehicles anti th Rcngers into the waters.  lh,** accident Occurred at ti 20 P in last night SO yard; from th** Missouri short as the f J neared completion of if.  , from th** Ten ne ce side  The pilot of th** forty. Ed Hon (•ricks, who was saved when he ; was tossed on a barge in the crash was quoted as estimating that there were bet  th*  [ he su ,21 v peace * gary.  te  and I  I Th*  ever,  Mon,  For  deput  igh.  mg  t *  Words we r *»  gallery jammed i asion and thr* rambling phi h bu31 Ammon* d the delegati ■ a to** nations to f < f *r Italy, Romania . Bulgaria  h the foreign mini-*ten nit* I States, Britain, Kl ranee ran approve Dissension There, Too  conference convened, h in an atmo: oh ere of dis  I  as  on a Hur.-  and Finials*  SS 13  **r.  en-  i**n  flat  at  pa J*  «*n u  * r».  rerrv fro sine  ti  Gi  on  fn  ♦*en * or  20 and IX carr  OW ll  25 persons in the i on the flat boat.  I Other estimates ran as high a-; [30. (One survivor said the ferry Carried four automobiles and one pickup truck  Th** f**irv tuc v..*s demolished and sunk bv the impact of th** two oil barges, linked together and pushed bv two tug:; in a 'single train. Th** ferry turned an float** j  ( |  I MV cr.  :    Hu- two barges, carrying 43  OOO barrels of od i Jf  tream fnm : Jennings. La, bound for Mount {\crnon, Ind.. were th*- Zn ; the Fred B Zigler of the (  I Zii’lt f lowing (’*». J«*nning | F VV Rogers, Vicksburg, Miss. th** pilot on duty on th** tug pushing the barye at th** time of th** collision, sail he gave biink-©i signals tlint he was going to pa.«u upstream on the left or Missouri side. If** said he saw answer and that when he how close the boats were proaching it was too late to -  cr  the  a riff B  I* i anc State j mg c’  * five t  !  four i  CO!) I el  If fin. the five tatcn et Ii p. n i (6 p rn Tuesday The with Secret confront th urging that fercnce ne*  to tile pr* .  Toda y * -  P rn <11 (taut tin.**  p. rn An Ame! deputy fore four j)! inn] the I ’n.ted Hic (ta agr* day to make  more t in ?6 hour* lf»  V foreign mini fers of th# pi * n i pa I po we rs B tau i e. Bu ct and th# United  ;  “d argued before agree* rn publication of th# v drafts prepared by th# era for submission! to t *  *»ri  s ag: < text • lisa j mvicl  *d to r*  aion *  roemenl  mean  w  eastern standard  f ence also op* ne I r\ Byrn-*s ready to delegates with th# they make nil con-cgotiations wide open « of the world. s« Mon began st ! 4 a rn,, eastern and suspended at  4    ! 4  tan-  5    2d  an iou urn mini ii pow  States,  I at a  Public t  comp!* Italy, gar ta . pr **par ie i  • h  Ie text* of th*  Romania. Hu rid Finland th*  •d bv the foi  re# said stets of cis Britain. France and meeting to-amor i ow th** * treaties for ngary. Built have been reign minis-  no  saw  ap  (OJI  Nothing Happened  Telephone Coll Sold British Consuete Building in N.Y. To Be Bombed  T  into econo-  la >J)«*S  powers  that  VV 111  TI’LS.% MEGHANN DHS OF KEATING GIVEN BY ROBBERS  'TULSA. < >k la . J ii iv 2*» * r W K Yea tem an. 5l>. a city lines bus mechanic, died today of wound-* received v\ hen he was assaulted and robbed.  Tile sheriffs office, which held two suspects briefly, said there were no new clues to the attack , early Friday morning.  Ye Heman was found I ic* ting [and unconscious n.*ar his auto-} mobile parked ut a night spot. I And officers theorized Ii** was l.i n \\ itll ;i beer bottle II** died I without i caaming consciousness.  NEW YORK. 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