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   Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - August 5, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma                                 t f •  '*  appearS that     PresidentTrumon bos about    os much trouble working with the millions of dollars involved in the federal budget os housewives hove trying to make hubby's salary pay all.  Average Net Julv Paid Circulation  8407  Member. Audit iiureau of Circulation  THE ADA EVENING NEWS  HOME EDITION  Gird ^ car—No. SI  ADA. OKLAHOMA, MONDAY. ALGIST 5. 1916  Truman Keeps Silent About Kansas Voting  With President's Political Prestige involved, Voter* Will Write Verdict Tuesday  Bv J RN KST B. VAC C ARO  KANSAS CITY, Mo, Aug. 5, nt Truman, champion /• one candidate watched silently tho- sideline.^ at neighboring lndep<na* nee today as Kan-' ■ Cm. s democratic congressional candidates struck the final b* ws c f a turbulent campaign.  Complaints and counter-corn -1 plaints of excessive spending and :ea*ed denials marked the climax;  f  'ne race. With the president's I ti,ca! prestige involved, the I Air district voters will write the! verdict tomorrow.  Although he has endorsed Enos; \ Axt-.l to unseat Representa-- e Re g r C. Slaughter. Mr. Tru-1 nan r.as remained aloof from the! it:e< since his arrival in rn county Saturday, main-g hoth hi<= silence and his ce from Kansas City.  Home To Vote came home to vote in the . a:sir. ! with Mrs Truman eir daughter Margaret, now rn will cast her first ballot  FIVE CENTS THE COPY  Palestine  U. S. To Support  To U. N. Group British Proposal  burned when C a\^Ha^a^hfav E ?f N™ l ocomotivc firema n was killed and 50 persons injured and burned    a Centi a1 Railw ay of New’ Jersey commuters train crashed into another  same road at a midtown station in Bayonne, New Jersey. This general scene shows  live on which the boiler exploded causing most of the injuries.—(NEA Telephoto).  train of the the locomo-  QSt]  ne  Jerome Walsh, the third ran ii-date in the three-way fifth dis ’••■■I    *    . telegraphed .an appeal  last rug; t to Speaker Rayburn of the i S. l ouse of representative* Rn a congres. ional investigntun • ' c.ir baign spending by both S.a fighter and A xt< ll lie said it  an  ‘ i to tee ‘‘makings of a I,a'.onaI scandal "  J ie i eaction came quickly. Axle!]. flatlv denying Walsh’s asse I. -ns. welcome i tile proposed : ga ti on, saying his expendi-were well within the legal  re?  "es  sis'  he  TO d Dene. a. gns  lr, ;  iddre 5   tor. calling Walsh’* I “riaiculous/’ insofar as acorned, added he would e an investigation of the lira! action committee's in this and other cam-  'Consumers' Meet, Form Organization  Next Meeting of Group Is Scheduled for Friday Night In County Court Room  Saturday night saw’ the inception of the Ada Consumer’s League This league is designed to inquire into the whys and wherefores of the present high 1  cost of living and its members an* all Ada citizens.  The first meeting, held in the! headquarters of the I. O. O. F., found League members pledging | themselves to a through invests I cation of price differences ands the instituting of a committee to. investigate unfair rent scales in Ada.  Makes Address  J h GI,  bent of ' I den  selecting Atlantic Washing* The ca  mg direr  OC Ta IS, fc>  an  indopen-  ■s. Slaughter.  Resident’s ire because of Truman said was his ’ion ’n administration log-sa i t e CIO PAC marker “a purge” long ago. j e did not name the president ■ ne speech but declared “I itarn ti at the congress of the! cd States must he cf the executive/ denounce the practice of Missouri candidates in C ity, or New York or ion.” I e continued, rrpaign. he said, “is bebed not by Missouri demit by communists and * e s from the east”  T attention was center-eontest w hen President said he was against the nation of Slaughter an ha d t a k cd w i t h J a riles ga?;. political organization • • ' in be alf of Axtell. Right Or Wrong Asse: ting that Slaughter had - >sed • irtualiy all legislation located by hic administration, | told a news con-1 Slaughter is right,;  r * e  TJ  lne pres3 ci<*nt, is w rong  He has not seen Axtell, accord- 1  mg to Presidential Press Secre-1 tarv Charles G. Ross, and has to  i The first of many petitions re-'  Wt * ek  *  c ‘ on  Kress Iona I adjourn-qucsting the Chamber of Com- : ment *  s . a * d a  comprehensive re-merce to appoint such a commit-    15°    committee    s    work to  I tee was signed by all members I “ ate W0 J»ld be forthcoming short- q     i    present and will be circulated by 111*®  e followed by  several  lev afternoon radio , public-minded citizens for the  others ’  ho incurred! signatures of all residents of Ada t,  4  bewest Proposal  interested in the control of prices  He / oI(i  reporters the current and commodities,    J    report    once was to have conclu-  ,    .    ,    Idea    the committee’s work, at  by roving reporters] least for this session, but that r**-  ii"* ^ung j  ccn t developments disc repeoples in the prices charged by various merchants for identical items. The ladies present at the meeting were highly incensed to find that one store charged 49 cents per pound for steak while another store a few f  doors down, charged 54 cents per tions pound for the same grade and type of steak.  Senate War Investigators Busy Pursuing New Leads  Finishing Touches Put on Whot Wo* to Be Finol Report; Committee Interested in Questioning Rep. Moy  By JOHN W. HENDERSON  WASHINGTON, Aug. 5.— (AP)—Senate war investigators—still busy pursuing new leads—put the finishing touches today on what originally had been intended as a final report.  Rodeo Time Drawing Near  Additionol Rodeo Stock Unloaded at Fairgrounds Sunday Afternoon  Meanwhile members indicated^ J renewed interest in when they i might he able to question Rep. I May (D.-Ky.) who left his sick-!   ;  bed here unexpectedly last week ; for a rest at his Prestonburg ; home.  Chairman Mead (D.-N.Y\) who ! remained in the capital for a !  I series of conferences despite last  recovery of “overcharges.” The Idaho senator said Attorney Gen-  Jrenae lea at j  ie pre: fence  udent  ! h a t  r   ans  no  lh  UST  Reports  were lead  ---      pointed    to  many yet to come.  The newest proposal for the committee’s consideration was a request by Senator Taylor (D.-Ida.) that it inquire into what Taylor termed “depredations on the national treasury” by the na-railroads in the form of “excessive freight rates paid by the armed services.”  Die League is determined to be At the same time, Taylor call-militant about such practices and cd on the bureau of the budget to I hopes to find that more and more institute prompt steps through citizens of Ada will join them in the department of justice for their endeavor. The next meeting will be held in the County    .....................,  w „-   d  I oui! room Friday night, August etal Clark two months ago had *s ’’t?, 1 8 ; <)0 p ’  m -    announced    his    willingness to act  I he Consumers League of Ada as soon wants YOU to join with them and word. make it a permanentand live or-    Rate    Committee  Lethal enH^na 1 u  f ? fair  ^ ac *  In  writing Mead. Taylor called of ho r V Of Arif welfare particular attention to the “rate the city of Ada.    {committee”    of    the army*trans  portation corps, which he said ! was composed largely of officials of the carriers who were in uniform during the war and who ne-; gotiated rates “with their former and future employers.”  “There is a question,” he added, “whether the close connection w’hich these men enjoyed with the carriers limited their zeal representing the  The sale of tickets to the Ada Rodeo is faster this year than it has ever been before and the office opened a week earlier than usual. Earl McKendree, one of the managers of the event, reports that there are still plenty of seats available.  Members of the Ada Round-Up club start a series of booster trios I Thursday and the caravan will 1  be in every major town or city in southeastern Oklahoma before the rodeo starts Aug. 14.  It is nine more days until what may be the world’s second largest rodeo gets underway. It will be come the largest outdoor rodeo in the world this year if five capacity crowds see the event.  Another truck load of rodeo stock was unloaded Sunday afternoon at the Fairgrounds. The  Prime Minister Attlee Will Ask Cobinet Whether To Submit Issue to Assembly  LONDON. Aug 5. ET' Prime Minister Attlee will ask the British cabinet Wednesday whether to submit tin* Palestine issue to the United Nations assembly, government sources said today.  This became known a few hours after a Moscow broadcast declaring that attempts to solve the holy land problem without United Nations help “are leading now'here.” Moscow, in the first Russian comment upon the Bri-tish-American proposals for a semi-partition of Palestine, attacked the plan vigorously.  The British in any event would refer the question to the United Nations only if President Truman flatlv rejected the partition proposals, the sources said.  Bevin To Attend  Foreign Secretary Ernest Bevin, who has been ill since July 27, will attend the cabinet meeting.  Colonial Secretary George Hall talked Friday with Dr. Chaim Weizmann. president of the world Zionist federation. As a result of these talks the cabinet will be asked to determine the basis on w hich world Jew ry is to be represented at any coming con ferences concerning Palestine's future.  Hall is expected to recommend that not only Palestine Jews but those representative of such international bodies as the world Zionist federation he invited to talks, due to be held within the next six weeks in London.  Such invitations would be analagous to those sent by the foreign office to Arabs outside Palestine such as the seven mem-ber-states of the Arab league.  Angles Studied  The cabinet will consider also releasing from detention all Jewish agency and trade union leaders not accused of terrorist activities. Palestine Jewish leaders have declared their particioation in any talks with the British authorities on the country’s future is conditional on these re leases.  The whole question of illegal immigration of Jews from central and southern France into Pales tine is being considered by British departmental chiefs. T h c government is investigating a reported “pipeline” said to extend from Germany, through Austria and Italy, across the Mediterranean to Palestine to carry Jewish displaced persons into the Holy Land.  Illegal immigrant ships presently being intercepted are allowed to discharge their passengers. w hose numbers are credited to Jewry’s monthly ouota of I,-. 500 immigration certificates. But it is “more than likely,” one source said. that an interim policy will be laid down by the  Marines Slay In North China  Commander of Seventh Fleet Gives First Identification of Attackers  Puerto Rico Feels Quake  Weather Bureau Says Major Shock Felt at Trinidad, Damage Slight  By SPENCER MOOSA  SHANGHA I. Aug. 5.— i/t** —  American marines in north China ate remaining there at their full current strength and “when we are attacked we are going to shoflt back,” Adm. Charles M.  Cooke. Jr., commander of the U.S. Seventh fleet, told a news conference today as he discussed the July 29 ambushing of a marine convoy near Peiping.  He identified the attackers. who killed the* four marines, as Chinese communists. It was the first official identification of them.  In Nanking, the pro-government newspaper Ta Hang Pao said yesterday that “the hottest I rumor here is that President Tru-ihit Ciudad Trujillo, capital of the  I MIAMI, Fla.. Aug 5. -EP) A f radio message from Ciudad Tru-[ jillo reported that a fresh tremor J shook the Dominican republic at 9:20 a m. (eat) today in the wake [of yesterday'J violent earthquake* in the Caribbean area.  Pan American Airways in I Miami said a message from its I Ciudad Trujillo airport described .the tremor as being “of slight in- j tensity.’ No further details were j given.  Available reports indicated that yesterday’s scries of quakes apparently centered in the deep- j est holt* rn the Atlantic ocean and , was so intense that it knocked out a recording seismograph in St. Louis, more than 2,000 miles away, but caused little "surface damage.  One report said five tremors  man has instructed General Marshall to prepare plans for withdrawal of U. S. forces from China’ to avoid another such incident.  Washington sources said they knew' of no basis for such a report; and in Independence, Mo., where President Truman was vacationing.^ Presidential Secretary Charles (». Ross said he knew of no order fur withdrawal.  There have been some reductions in marine personnel in China in the past. Admiral Cooke told newsmen, but “there are nine now in progress or ordered.” Present marine strength in China is 22.000 to un.OOO men. he said. (Unofficial estimates at the peak, months ago, were 50.000).  Marines were sent to China to carry out the U.S. policy of repatriating Japanese and to assist in the restoration of stabilized, peaceful conditions, A d rn i r a I C’ooke explained.  Boys Will’ Be Boys Even in New York  i/P) — adage piano  NEW YORK. Aug 5. -“Boys will be boys” is an trite but true —even of prodigies.  Twelve-vear-old Bela Szilagyi was the object of a police search until he turned up at home last night after a 24 hour “spree,” which included a sightseeing trip to Chinatown, horror movies in Times Square, comic books and malted milks.  His mother had told police that Bela, who made his debut in Car-  Police Investigate Weekend (rimes; One (ar Stolen  c     vhlle here     A--, t Cm I    "I    ‘‘ Therc    is    a     question,” he add- \' A $ VEGAS. N. M.. Aug. 4, EP*  h    ir    ™    president  Was     Hllg    I gf XVAipn    cd “whether the close connection    —Jess Like,    Rim, Colo., captured  -iwng . aer. to Grandview. Mo..  Vl1 ^    JIWlvll    [which these men enjoyed with  f,rst  P lace  in bareback and saddle  ‘ es awa >\ this    morning, for    the carriers limited their zeal in     br °nc riding    finals for top honors  j—    V,    93-vear-old    Police    officials made three ar-1 representing the government.”    m the 8th    annual cowboys’ re-  ‘  r '    Martha    E. Truman.    Jests Saturday and none Sunday  For tbe  Present Mead arranged     uni °n    which closed tonight   iiEler «    Miss    Mary Jane    to make the weekend one of the j to meet with  Clark, Thomas B.     Th e    final results (finish  quietest    in Ada this summer.    I  Mc Cabe, foreign liquidation     dor  listed):  a visit yesterday,! One drunk w>as fined $10 and commissioner, and internal rev-  Bul * riding—Clinton Hill Can-of    tunes” on    another was still in Jail Monday     enue  officials in separate confer-«    jjdian,    Tex.; Jim Cobb.    Pratt  before    morning. A negro Was arrested     enc es concerning the committee's    tS, 3 ? 5 -     Ja .ck Jackson, “  for a    Saturday afternoon for drunken-  as the bureau gave the extra stock w as purchased after^  Br ^ tish  government to control the negie Hall last May, w as “not  ‘ ~ ’ ”*       A       like    other    boys.”  “I can t imagine him running off to go swimming or see Conev Island or something like that. All he thinks about is music.”  Model Airplane dub lo Be Formed  Dick Truitt informed other managers of the rodeo that most of the top cowboys at Cheyenne. Wyo., this year are planning to participate in the Ada rodeo.  More than 2,000 round-up club members are expected to participate in the big parade and grand entry Wednesday, August  current influx until a long-term firm policy is evolved.  Winston Churchill, war-time prime minister, declared a few days ago that Britain should surrender her mandate and put the Palestine problem up to the United Nations unless a plan for the country evolved on which the United States and Britain could cooperate.  Attlee’s move came amid new tension in the Holy Land as a result of a broadcast by the illegal Irgun Zvan Leumi resistance  in or-  tne d:  .ade such ! a “couple  * >r his mother  ne rung dav  o Independence inner for his r.-.b. . Mrs. David K.  *  a  f evv  handshakes with neignDors and their children who ame bv the summer White  Tuesday night, at 7:30 p.m.. the first meeting of the Ada Model  «rou D  in Palestine threateningiAd?'YouttCe^^n'the^Con! new and heavy blows against vention hall.  nouse  Rainfall Totals ■19 Inch Here  s bet n  cd sho  >m go rn owing i  ie ii  'jrr.e  ' weather in Ada was he pleasant s:df* than it n over a month. Scatters kept the mercury S°ver 93 degrees while f 9r» cfrop to 72.  Saturday and inches, it was time that Ada had had since July 2 and was a ; chef.  mother-i ness, fighting and resisting an of-WaJlace, fiver and was still in jail Monday.  No accidents were recorded for either Saturday or Sunday making it the first weekend in several months that some sort of minor traffic accident hasn't occurred in Ada.  The M A' P Grocery at 321 West Twelfth was robbed Sunday morning, according to police. Tho persons who entered the store bored holes in the roof with a brace and bit and then kicked in Hie weakened portion. Store off  ences  work.  He wants to talk to McCabe, Mead said, concerning the committee's desire to have full reports on all sales of surplus property abroad, particularly as to whether critical materials needed at home are going to foreign governments.  May Is Still III Mead told reporters he expects od to hear Friday f r o in May’s physician as to w hen the chairman of the house military committee will be able to submit to questioning. A family spokesman  „      Woodward,  Okla.; tied for fourth—Fuzzy Garner Chanute. Okla.; and Richard Simms, Pastura.  Calf roping—Cotton Lee. Fort Sumner; Doug Poage, Oklahoma City.  Oklahoma Youths Are in Washington  infall for ta led .19  w OKLAHOMA CITY, Aug. 5 — EP)—Baylor H. Fisher. Jr., 19, of  dais did not' know what was ! ?i.? 4  res . tp| !, bur « described May as ! ?8. a Henryetta d  Jcre in^W^shing-  Kentucky lawmaker is     DC ’-     today    attend ing    an  under subpoena by the senate committee  neon  missing Monday morning but several rolls of coms w r ere left untouched by the thieves.  A 1937 black Chevrolet sedan, owned bv Kenneth Preble of Neodesha. Kan., was stolen from in front of an Ada cafe Sunday by a man who had been going with Preble and his family from Texas  ‘quite The  , .    To    tell    under oath of  his wartime activities in behalf of the so-called Garsson munitions combine. One scheduled appearance failed to materialize    ____________ when    May’s    doctor    told the com-  *SA Ok la Aug. 5. ZP*—O. to the Kansas harvest.     a    cbron ^ c     heart condition  E laughter.y. 65. division super-    ——-* -JI ------[    had    been aggravated, necessita  te ndent of production for the  JEWISH  AGENCY^ REJECTS !  a w <^k or ten days’ rest S.nuair - Prai: ie Oil company,  PLAN BY BRITISH. AMERICAN;™?' was IO days ago. died la. t night in a hospital He  PAPIC A c     ,    while    the    committee    is in rein ill health for 18 J _     5 ;^    P?    Jew-1cess, members are subject to re  call in event of an “emergency,”  WEATHER  Oklahoma — Fa::* panhandle; partly cloudy remainder of state tonight and Tuesday with scat-tr red thundershowers southeast and south central this afternoon and tonight; continued warm; highest, temperatures Tuesday 9 a-Ivy.  PARIS, Aug. 5, ET*)—The Jewish agency executive rejected today the semi-partition recommended for Palestine by British and American experts.  A communique issued follow'-,    ^    ^  ing a rneeting of the group, lead- LA Vy TO N. Aug. 5. —i/P)   ins Zionist organization, said: j Charles L. Conwill, president ' the Jewish agency executive re- emeritus of Cameron college, and gards the British proposals, bas-  and Mead has said such a recall would be issued if May indicates a readiness to testify.  od on the report of the committee of six and as announced by Mr. (Herbert) Morrison in the house of commons, as unacceptable as a basis for discussion.”  Greater returns for amount in-i vested. Read Ada New* Want Ads.  Mrs. Conw’ill left Lawton todav for California where they will make their home near Los Angeles.  Conwill retired from active association with the college several weeks ago because of his health. He had been affiliated with the school 16 year*.  American Legion sponsored Boys Nation.  The two Oklahoma bovs were accompanied by Charles B. Mim-minger, Atoka. Oklahoma Boys State director.  The Oklahoma Boys State at Sulphur was cancelled because of the polio death of Helen Gough, daughter of the former superintendent of the school for deaf there the week the session was planned.  The Oklahoma boys, along with 113 others from various states, will meet President Truman during the week and w r ill be given an insight into the way the government runs.  ET. GEX. MCCAIN SPEAKS TO HENRYETTA LEGION  HENRYETTA. Okla.. Aug. 5. -i.J’t—Lt. Gem Raymond S. McClain, Oklahoma City, in an address before the second district American Legion convention yesterday, urged adoption of the o ii e-y ear compulsory military training plan.  our British enemies.”  The broadcast said if the British again imposed a curfew, as they did in Tel Aviv last week when an intensive search was carried out by 20,000 troops for terrorists and arms, “the residents will receive orders t » go into the streets at curfew time and if the British start shooting, there’ll be 1,000 British victims too.”  The purpose of this meeting is to organize a model airplane club for Ada. The club will be sponsored bv the Veterans of Foreign Wars with Ivan Dutton in charge at the first meeting.  All model enthusiasts, whether it be airplanes or other types of models, are invited to attend the initial meeting of the club.  Road The News Classified Ads.  Dominican republic, yesterday, with one of th** tremors lasting 45 seconds.  Reports of a tidal wave lacked i any confirmation here.  CIUDAD TRUJILLO, Domini can Republic*. Aug 5. (ZP) High waves, set in motion by strong earth tremors which were continuing today, swept into a nun: ber of coastal points of this Caribbean island at noon yesterday. The ports or Matanzas, Nagua I and Puerto Plata w ere affected by high waters.  Thor** was no immediate report of any damage due to the waves. Th** tremors interrupted | radio communications with the outside world for hours anil interfered with the gathering of information concerning the situation at the stricken ports.  Th** quake came as this oldest city of the western hemisphere celebrated the 450th anniversary of its establishment by Barto loin** Columbus, th** great navigator’s brother  (Puerto Rico felt a fluctuation of several inches in the tai**, hut the effects were negligible. Darn age in San Juan was slight and no casualties were reported. Th** weather bureau there said a major shock was felt at Trinidad ).  ^ (Slight tremors were Mf in Curba. The Virgin islands had only a mild shock with no damage reported).  Oklahoma (ity Woman Drowns  OKLAHOMA CITY. Aug 5 '.JE—Although she was able to save her 6-year-old niece. Mrs. Elcena Leverich, 16. Oklahoma City, drowned yesterday when she stepped into deep water while wading in Lightner Creek near here.  When Mrs. Leverich went into the deep water, her husband. Jack Leverich, swam toward her and reached his wife just as she thrust the child upward as she w?nt down. He took the child to safety but when he returned, he was unable to find his wife who could not swim.  The body w*as found an hour later by a fire department cue squad.  res-  HANOI, Indochina, Aug. 5.— CP* Annamite forces ambushed a French convoy yesterday, killing 12 soldiers and wounding 41. The nine-hour fight was at the village of Bac N’inh, 19 miles northeast of Hanoi.  Annamite casualties were not announced.  TRI-MAN RETURNS TO MISSOURI TO VOTE: President Truman, on the steps of his led Low. waves goodby to Secretary of the Treasury, John W. Snvder. right, at the St I Ahey returned to Missouri to vote rn the coming primary elections. — (.NEA Telephoto).  plane.  ou is a.  Sac-poi t.  China Joins Group to Help Break Tie-up  Byrnes Promises to Support Council on Any Decisions Voted by Two-Thirds Of Conference  Bv LYNN HEINZERLING  PARIS. Aug. 5.—(AP —The Lnited States and Cr.ma today threw their support behind a British compromise proposal to soh** the deadlock in the Paris peace conference on voting procedure  The British plan would perrr.it th** conference to make recommendations to the foreign ministers of Britain. France, Russia and the Un Led States on the five peace treaties either by a two-thirds or a simple majority vote. A British spokesman explained that a proposal vt third  >f the confer*  d by  *e wo;  I regarded • ministers  1  datum” ?.»  ! seriously.” voted by a i carry 1***0  r.vn-lid be  bv th*- fo  is a “firm be con - id* A TCCO? Si roble mar  UT  rec red nm* lr it  less weight Byrnes Takes Floor  Secretary of State Byrnes, inc the fit .or in the rul**s mitten after a long wrang which representatives of smaller pow ers argued for a to permit recommendations simple majority, said eider! ;♦ wa* “the prat to do,” to support the suggestion.  Byrnes promised to  foreign ommen-“v err  mdatiofi y would  takeoff!-Ic m  the  rule  bv  a  he had de--Lral thing Rr . t; sh  t ie deci the had  * f :ppr   lf t  in  foreign ministers council ar.” don voted bv two-thirds of conference, even though he av in the  ten  the  er w  ence.  said  thi  ■re were 21?  ques-was  lem neb not con-  confe lh  lions on which the council not in agreement “some of t very important” and on w members of tho council were bound to vote together in t v  e Terence.  I* toe of if*r members cd * cornu ii would make the sam** * for t at he had. Byrnes said. * will be t!ie conference rat: than the foreign rnin:.>t r, rs colin* w hid: u ii! u t Le the treaties” the questions on which the cd is not lr ngrocmenh  Answers Argument  Tie thus sought to answer the argument ^f ’he smaller powers that as long a* t !  n four principal powers vote together there i? little or nr> possibility of obtafr rig a two-thirds ”o*e in ti e conference against any decision of the council  It was understood that the French and British delegations were ready to go along with the J ni’ed States in pledging support to the conference’s two-third* majority votes in the council.  One important question which the foic.gn ministers not agreed is the fr*ure admi ’ration of Trieste. They also' in disagreement on the ques of freedom of navigation on Danube, and reparations.  While ;:o had the floor, Bv;  of  I  on  coup  on  are nis-are t i on * e  nes  ♦Vi rn  also announced support of proposal of Prim" Minister W L. MacKenz'o King of Canada th^ the foreign ministers council meet concurrently w ith the conference to act on proposals as  f hev are disposed of by the cm-fevince.  The rules committee, after bearing Byrnes and the Chinese delegate, ' ned until 4 p. rn. (9 '*. rn C ST >  Plenary sessions were suspended todav T*-o rules committee worked to break the bot-tlem oh- delaying actual peace negotiations.  - -...................—* --------  pp A to JE r.ROVF Ark, A 25 y"ar old n an Reynold Still. ►spital h»*r" yesterday mc injuries in ar* accident near West-  A«*«. 5 EF mile. Okie d*ed in a I after «iLf automobile  Ville.  S    TH'    J.  [    PESSIMIST    lj  Mr Hot* HINH Ko. Jr.  I it  Drat it. ain’t it funny hone many smart come-bagks you can think of after somebody’s got y* ur goat an’ been gone f, r several hours.  —OO—-  Nearly ever* steerin’ wheel lias one nut too manjr   

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