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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - July 31, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma If only the late corn, pastures, ranges and truck crops could do as the matter how miserable a hot spell makes them, a couple of days of cooler weather and they are all right. Airtace NX June IMUI flriuliKlon 8310 Mrmbtr: Audll llureau of Circul.lUon THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION
with 'every pro'po'sa] ad'oplpd 'by S1RQR7 a two-thirds rule. Pitlsburg road 0.5 mile of grading, drainage, gravel base and asphalt surface and one bridge, beginning at US 69 and extending east on Eighth street in Kiowa, Myron Grose- close, Oklahoma City. Grady 19, 4.5 miles of dense graded bituminous sur- face course, aboul 7.5 miles easl of US 81, east through Alex, Ok- lahoma Bituminous Co., Chickn- sha, Atoka 7, 4.6 miles of asphalt; surface, about one mile easl of Lane east to Muddy Bog- creek, Smith Bros., 'Noble, 155. Grndy 19, 7.4 miles of gravel base and asphalt sur- facing from US 81 eiist, Smith Bros., Greater returns for amount in- vested. Read Ada News Want Ads. A notice has been given that a hearing will be held before Franklin Bourland, justice of pence on a motion of the .county attorney to forfeit and break whiskey and gin found in the possession of Cowboy (Thurman) Hice and seized by members of the city police force recently. A search warrant was issued on an affidavit that Hice had liq- uor in his possession for the pur- pose of selling, bartering, giving away or otherwise furnishing liquor in violation of the law con- trary to the statutes. The county attorney moved that the liquor found in Ihe pos- session be broken as provided by law. The dale for Ihe hearing has been set for Aug. 12. Police Arrest Man For Holdenville Police officials reported two ar- rests for T u e s d n y. A .'tl y :i r o 1 rl innn w n s iiiTosleil by Jiionl officers nnd held fur Holdonvilh; iiut.horilics on the charge of rape ut Holdenville. According In Ada police, the man attempted to ab- duct a younjr lady at Holdenville late at night when she was going home from work but was driven off by a neighbor who happened to be awake and heard her cries. The n e i g li b o r broke an archery bow over the assai- lant's back but the latter escaped. Holdenville officials identified him by seeing his car leave an alley shortly after the crime. In Holdenvillc a person is fined for entering or leaving an alley after p. m. making the culpi'ts' exit easily noticed. The other arrest: was made when a recently discharged Vet was picked up asieep on the side- walk. He wan charged with be- j ing drunk.' His fine of was suspended. "Is there any reason to believe Hint a decision -reached by an 11-10 vote is better than a deci- sion reached by n H-7 he asked. "It would be hard to ex- plain that." Newspaper reporters of many countries, sitting in for the first time in history as peace confer- ence observers, were in attend- ance as the. committee plunged quickly into 'the troublesome question on which Mololov voic- ed his support of a Yugoslav pro- posal for a two-thirds voting rule. DURANT, July James V. Lloyd, supervisor of the Lnke Texoma recreational area of the National pnrk service, jis- cussed plans for the expanded development of the Southern lakff area ;il a mueling of Ihe IDurant Holnry club yesterday. Although jel cngino can oper- ate on fuels other than gasoline, gasoline is the only fuel used when jet nnd reciprocating en- gines nrc combined for powering the. nircrnfl. TH' PESSIMIST ENID, Okla., July board of inspectors from the Enid army air field has confirmed the identity of a plane which crashed at West, Miss., Monday as one based here. KINGFISHER, July The third annual fall three-day race .meet will be held here Sept. 5, 6 and 7, Ray Lee, Kingfisher county Roundup club president announced. The Round-up club will sponsor the event. We don't mind folks frnnk, but ther' ain't no use o' 'em bein' downright brutal about Jt. Only a bride would meet 'er husband al In' front door an' ask 'im t' guess whut she wuz bavin' fer dinner when it wuz
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