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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 28, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Tolk obout trying >o switch empho.i, WAC captain choked in the Kronberg jewel Hieffosk, freedom become of o technicality, disregarding her part in th.ft Average Nrt July I'atd UlrculaUoii 8407 Mtmbrr; Audit Hurt a u of Circulation THE ADA N FINAL EDITION ADA, OKLAHOMA, WEDNESDA-Y, AUGUST 28, OPA Told To Set Ceilings On Livestock FIVE CENTS THE COPY Anderson Says On Hogi And For Cattle Over June 30 Limits WASHINGTON. Aug. of Agriculture Ari- rlei.son today directed OPA to es- tablish ccilinys on livestock call- ins for increases of' per hundred pounds on hoys and fur cattle. Chicago basis, ovci- the limits'in effect Juhc 30. These increases are necessary, production of meats. The new ceilings will bo: hogs per hundred pounds, Chi- cago basis, compared with on June 30 when the old price control Jaw expired. l.'iittle: overruling ceiling, Chi- cago basis, per hundred p.-r.mds compared with on June 30. with maximum ranges tif on choice, on good, and on cotn- jurrical grades. Lambs: ceilings on dressed lamb which would reflect about SIP per hundred pounds, Chicago basi.'-. Would Raise Agi iculture department offici- als Ihesr increases would raise retail prices of pork ST. average of between li.5 and 3 cents a pound and beef about 6 cc-ntr. A department official said he hart "no knowledge that Ander- son's action had been approved by the OPA. Officials of both have reported, how- that there was a difference between tin: two agencies with th OPA opposing increases fiivor- od by Anderson. In taking the .initiative to fix the new ceilings, Anderson cited provisions of the new price con- Pending Departure of Soviet Envoy Tangles Greek Situation Comes In Midst of Turmoil Over Plebis- cite Expected To Re- turn King to Throne lly S. Oil A KALI'S ATHENS, Aug. impending departure of 1C. K. Rodionov, Russian ambassador to Greece, complicated the diplo- matic turmoil in which this na- tion found itself today on the "eve of a plebiscite expected to return King George II to his throne. Rodionov applied to the gov- Andcrson said in a written state- crnment last night for a visa cn- ir.c-nt. to encourage the necessary hlm to jBavc the country, thus capping a week of diplomat- ic developments, including the departure of Isador Cankar, Yu- goslav ambassador to Greece; a formal charge by the Ukraine against Greece before the United Nations security council, and the forthcoming visit ot a U. S. naval force. I Soviet King's Return I The unexpected announcement of Radionov's departure with his family was made without any official explanation, but left wing circles said his presence in Greece during Sunday's plebiscite nnd the almost certain return of the king would be incompatible with the Soviet position on the Greek regime. An attache nt the Soviet em- bassy said that a charge d'affaires would remain in charge Iherc during Rodionov's absence. He declined to say whether 'Rodion- ov had been recalled to Moscow. IMay Not Mean Break The Greek foreign %ffice said nomination of n charge d'affaires would be interpreted.us meaning that no break in diplomatic rela- tions between Russia and Greece- was intended by Rudionov's de- parture. Commenting on reports that Rodionov had been recalled: the foreign office said there was no- thing in its intercourse with the ambassador which would indicate such action, but said it was un- able to make u definite statement. The foreign office added, how- ever, that in the event no charge d'affaires was nominated by Rus- sia, it could be presumed lations between the two countries had been broken. Rodlonov has an appointment to see the acting A Year Ago Today He said the act provides that the secretary of agricul- ture determines that maximum prices applicable to any agricul- tural commodity which is in short s-ipply or impending the neces- production of Mich n com- iMOdity, hi? may recoinmeiul to trie in ic-e ndininiNtratur MICJI ad- justments and such maximum ji: UK.' secretary determines to be necessary tu attain the nec- fssiny inoductirui of such a com- x X x Tomorrow Night The meat rcccmtrol becomes of- fr-ctivc tomoriow midnight on l.vo Once these ceilings fixed. OPA said it will be easy to determine packer, whole- sale and dealer prices which bc- to apply in thai order next v. cek. Housewives got n mixture of Coed and had .news from OPA yesterday. They were' told that the present limit of five pounds
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