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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - August 29, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma hop, that foreign minister, of Hi. Big Four, now that they hove gone info a huddle again, will be able to get their signal, straightened out and-start moving goalward once more. .NX July IMIil circulation 8407 Mrmbrr: Audit Iturrau a! Circulation THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION 115 OPA Clings To Schedule On Meat Ceilings Will Be Higher Than On June 30; Pancake, Waffle Mixes, Syrupi, Pineapple Up Hv 1-mVIN H. IIAAKINSON WASHINGTON. AUK. OPA clung today lo ils schcd- uir for restoring meal price e'eil- ifiRr. .S'-ptrmher complete vork on ;i new set of price tops packns. wholesalers and re- tfniers reflecting the higher lev- Cis ordered by the secretory. OPA said ceilings slill will np- p.-Y Sunday to slaughterers and par-kers. on September fi to v. i.-.lesalers and on September il the butcher TCI program, the T i i.nMi ui-tion fiMiuice corpora- V'.n annciiiiice-rl last night that ef- frctivr Sunday it is leslorinj; the j.iduKhtcr subsidies which lapsed v .th price control .Tune 30. Pancakes to Tost ftliirr Otherwise Die food price picture inriudr-d increases Mul walfle prepared mixes, can- red Hnvanan pineapple and pine- apple juice, canned salmon, and syrups. OPA said Ihe popular 20-ounce r.f plain pancake and waffle as well as huckwheal pan- riike mix will i Iwo lo three cents because of higher prices on flour and corn meal. Fancy sliced Hawaiian pineap- ple will climb four cents a No. 2 can. The agency said this re- suited from an increase of Ki.5 percent allowed pineapple proces- sors on the entire HMG Hawaiian crop. Vp Salmon A one pound can of Alaskan red salmon will cost six cents more while the pink variety goes four cents. This results from a i- j per cent increase for sal M-ion canners ordered by Ander- son to encourage production. The syrup boosts will amount to .-is much as 20 percent for blended maple and cane syrups, OPA said, us a result of increases rt-quued for producers, wheilc- Miirrs and retailers under terms of the new price control act. Hlunket Candy Increase Candy manufacturers also were from. Oklahoma, Senator Elmer Thomas (.D-Okla) declared today. "We, arc entitled to have 11 com- misKion member from my "slate because Oklahoma has of :he nation's he told n reporter. President Truman recently signed a bill creating the com- mission which will have three members. Alt In- dian claims must be filed with Ihe board within five years and must be passed upon within len years. Names of several OklnhoinnnN were inenlioncc1 to Thomas for a commimiinncr'n pout. durlnK hlx recent visit lo Hie stale1. He Miggcsled In all of thoHii in- leresled, including Oklahoma parly leaders, he sniri, thnl. they should agree, if possible, on one candidale. Oklahomans mentioned for Ihc the sunalor aald, include Slate Supreme Court Jus- tice Karl Welch oT Antlers; for- mer Supreme Justice Harve Moi- ton of Pryor; State District Judge N. P. Johnson of Clnremorc; W. C. Lewis of Oklahoma City, for- mer U. S. district attorney; for- mer Keprt'Ki'nUiUve E. B. Howard of Tulsa; Hep, Victor Wiekcr- of Mangum and .Eugene Itusl, Tulsa attorney, will remain large-scale sir relatively ilrlkes for' free of any the remain- of Ihe .fiscal, year. .Congress. Wrote It in The new income estimates, con- curred in by the budget bureau, compare wii.h official predictions last year that the 1947 income would be around Checking Missing Persons Files Now Miami Sheriff Seeking 'Possibles' For Identifying Body Found In Lake MIAMI, Okla., Aug. 29, Sheriff Dec T. Waters said today police departments throughout the midwest' had 'been asked to check Iheir "missing person" files in an efforl l.o identify the body1 of :i well-dresKcd man who was murdered and thrown into Grand Luke. The body, weighted clown wilh a rock and window sash nnd con- taining in cash in a money belt, was found Tuesday partial- ly submerged in shallow water of Australian Makes Prejudice Charge Against Russians Over Refusing To Accept Tranijordon Application For U.N. Membership By FRANCIS W. CARPENTER LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Aug. Russia today alocked the applications of Ire- and, Trans-jorelan and Portugal 'or membership in the United Nations for the sole reason that Russia does not have diplomatic with those countries. 'Refusing to explain his position further despite sharp challenges from a majority of his colleagues, Andrei A. Gromylco, Russia, told the U. N. security council that Russia could not support the applications of those countries for the reasons that they do not have normal diplomatic relations with the Soviet Union. Several Ask Explanation His position was attacked by Paul Hasluck, Australian dele- gate, and by Herschel V. John- son, United States delegate, and other members who sought an explanation, Gromyko refused to add anything. Johnson, already involved with the Russinn delegate in a contro- versy over Russian-sponsored Al- bania and Outer-Mongolia, said: "I totnlly reject the point of view expressed by the Soviet Un- ion, nnd I think it is contrary to the fundamental law of this or- The only application not op- Australia Voted Down On Plea For Frontier Fact Committee Aussie Delegate Storms Out That Experts Never Went To One Spot And Delegates Have Never Even Seen Their Documents By ROBERT liUNSON PARIS, Aug. Australian proposal to es- tablish a sub-committee to collect factual data on the lalian- French frontier was beaten in a pence conference commission today after another heated Australian-Russian debate. The four principal, powers and nine other nations voted against the Australian plan, while five nations supported the Australians. New Zealand abstained. John A. Beasloy, the Australian delegate, took up the award of the Mont Ccnis plateau lo France in particular in his argument be- fore the Italian commission Ihtil a special committee should make a study on ;ill disputed territorial the hike near Wyandotte. Consta- posed so far in council debate is ble Roy Roberts reported the victim had been shot through the head -mid beaten, and u coroners jury termed the death murder. Tho sheriff' snid missing 'per- sons from Arkansas City, Kas., Kansas City, Los -Angeles" and Colorado already had been check- ed by police without success. He advanced u theory the dead man mny hove been n tourist, passing through on highway and that of Afghanistan. There still WHS no indication when a final vote on nil applications would be taken. Hasluck charged Russia with "prejudice" in refusing to accept Truns-jordan'fi application....... Russia had asked the douneil to accept Outer Mongolia, which has current relations only with Russia. .1 n ju on ijiKowuy no, unu jus- ,nJ those figures con- 3ibiy was robbed and killed, by ress wrote the first tax reduction J Thomas mendalion has made no recom- tci the White House avowed n b.'anket increase in to bring their earnings up normal peacetime averages, bu; OPA said this should not at- consumers because few man- ufacturers could qualify. On the subject of d'airy price controls. Chairman Hoy J, Thompson of the decontrol board icic-phoned n statement (o Wash- i.-.R'.on from New Orleans home- late yesterday, recalling in.-.t his independent panel has Mile authority over those now- Mii-pended ceilings. on Tue-sclay said in New Yo: k he wuuld "insist" upon a n-t-j.-n to riuitrol.s because he ftiiM-d milk prices soon would KC: out of line-. G.-efitrr returns fur amount in- vested. Ada News Want Ads. or lo Robert 1-lannegnn, chair- man of tlie national democratic committee. Tom Davidson Dies Tulsa Wednesday Resident Here After 1900, Had Tin Shop At Tulsa Last Few Years "Uncle" Tom Davidson, who for many years was ;i resident of Ada, died at Tulsa Wednesday of a heart attack, about .'10 minutes after he was stricken. He was 59. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2 p.m. at Tulsa. Davidson moved from Ada to Holdonyillc about .15 years ago, I ben five years ago moved to Tulsa where he established a tin The family cnmc lo Ada in .1900 and he grew up hen.1. 1-le was em- ployed for years by B. B. Howard Tin Shop. His widow is a daughter of M. M, Curler of Ada and was formerly Myrtle Curler. Surviving in. addition l.o the widow are a daughter, Mrs. Tom- mie Lou llolloway of. Wyoming, nnd I wo sons, Charles and Billie prea in 16 years. President Truman took note of the unexpected upward trend earlier this month when, in a: re- vised budget message, he eslima- ted tux revenues at 000, ngHinsl his ,'lanuury forecast of Tho punk income year of JIM5 producer! in tax recoiplH. ThoMe fell, to in the year nndecl last June M. Seeking Out Evaders Nolwilhsliincllng Ihej slaiih written by congress in Ihe first postwar bill, Mr. Truman's Intcst estimate of tux revenues for fiscal is only about .below collec- tions in the previous year. ]n addition to the possibilities of a further boost in national jn- comc and in lux receipts, the treasury now is in Ihe midst of (in intunsive drive to deled war- lime UIK evasions. Some officials say returns JVom Ibis campaign may run inlo billions. Al the sumo time the govern- ment has ordered extensive cut- backs or delays in various federal construction. All of which adds up to the possibility that America may see something it hasn't seen in a long, long balanced bud- get- a hitch hiker. Three Fined For Drunkenness Here Burning Mattress In City Jail Casts Extra Cily police made no arrests Monday arid Tuesday of this week, but three persons wore ar- rested Wednesday and each was charged with drunkenness. One was charged an fine, another and the third paid a fine. The third person arrest- ed was charged an extra because he burned a mattress in the jail. There were several arrests made last Sunday, but Saturday wan the laul lienvy dn.y. Reckless Driving Fine Is Assessed Albert Leo Bergup of Okla- homa City was arrested by Kcn- i. i. neth 11 patrolman, of Tulsa; two brothers, George of Gregory superintendent; MI-H. I'ulsn and O. ,1. Davidson of Ada; his mother, Mrs. George Davicl- ho has been making her with her son George in I'ulsa but has been visiting this summer with O. J. Davidson in Rolf Schools To Open Next Monday Schools Add New Bus, Hot Lunch Program To Be Carried On This Year Roff schools begin on Monday, September 2, according lo Supt. W. C. Gregory. Buses will make their regular runs on that open- ing day. Last year the school acquired a new bus and other new bus has been obtained for this year, so that the transportation situation is well tnlccn care of. Tho hot lunch program will be carried on in the school, this year, Gregory says, with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Simpson employed for this work. The faculty includes: W.- C. who filed charges of reckless driving against him. The case was heard by Jus- tice of the Peace Franklin Bour- land Thursday morning. Bcrgup was fined and costs and was released after the fine. paying American Talks Heatedly Johnson, speaking heatedly, in effect accused Russia of violating the Potsdam agreement. Johnson said that the Big Three had agreed on Aug. 2, 1945, at Pots- dam that they would accept ap- plications from neutrals who. qualifier! under the charter. He said that, based on what Russia snid at Potsdam and what RUHNIII said today, "we- may draw the that are obvious." Brns-.il, China, the Netherlands, France and Britain joined the United Stales in backing Portu- gal's bid. Johnson praised Portugal's help during the war and said that Rus- sia likewise was a recipient of the benefits. The council, considering eight applications on the last day in which it may complete action for the September meeting of the general assembly, ran into a snarl when Australia, the Netherlands, the United States, Egypt. France, Great Britain and China chal- lenged Andrei A, Gromyko, So- viet delegate, lo explain his stand. Hnsluck said the Transjordnn application would fail now through the veto because it does not have relations with Russia. 1'rcjudicc Not Enough Declaring that the c o u n c il members have a responsibility to all U.N. members and not solely to their own governments, Has- luck said: "We cannot on grounds that amount to prejudice" reject any nation. Mexico also joined in question- ing .'Russia's stand. Groinkyo replied briefly to the First Graders Are Enrolling Now For Fall School Term Ada public schools have var- ious activities under way gelling ready for school to start on Sep- tember 9, with the major business this week being enrollment of first graders. This began Wednesday for children with names beginning A Ihrough J. And when Ihe 'returns' were in at the office of Supt. Rex O. Morrison, there were 88 .starters already on the rolls with Iwo days lo Children with names beginning K through R are being enrolled Thursday, and those with names beginning S Ihrough Z will en- roll on Friday. Other grade schoolers and jun- ior uncl senior high school stu- dents will enroll next week. W e d n e s day's enrollment by grade schools was: Glen wood 10, Hayes J7, Irving 20, Washington 22 and Willard 13. So, says Morrison, the prospect is for full-sized classes for the primary teachers this year. InduslrialSiles Map Of Ada Area Will Be Prepared A group of men headed by Har- ry Bnmdollnr, head of Hie Cham- ber of Commerce Industrial coin- oil I in- Ihe arrest was made near delegates with the statement that Stonpwall Wednesday about it seemed to him he was clear p.m. Grand Larceny Is Charged To Harper R. L. Harper, charged in two cases of grand larceny, second and subsequent offense, was ar- rested Thursday morning and Ada. EAT HER! OKLAHOMA and Friday Fair tonight ay; cooler tonight c.W.it somewhat warmer and north central Fri- day afu-rnoon. CARLSBAD, N. Aug. was just n too much water for water carnival. half-inch the Boy The extra half-inch was rain. Thu inlernulional balloon race for the Gordon Bennett trophy is the oldesl of aviallon contests. Lights for nighl airmail were installed first between Cheyenne, Wyo., and Chicago, JU. Fred Clifton, high school princi- pal; Mrs. Dora Lei; Ted, .W. F. Milchusson as grade principal, Mrs. Lewis Morgan, Mrs. Nell Bunyard, Mrs. Leslie Cookc, Mrs. Ima D. Carlolon, Mrs. W. C. Gre- gory, Mrs. Kale Murphy. B. N, Bunyard and Leo Coun- v cil will be bus drivers and G. H. I such action from Justice Cillliland the Janitor. I Meier Stelnbrink of Ihu Wow jYork stale .supreme court ,'fus- Aug. JO. lice Stulnbfinlc acted tus chairman arraigned before peace. justice oC Tho arrest was made by mem- bers the sheriff's force. Officer's said that Ihe chnrges wore filed several, clays ago, but Harper could not be found at that time. KKK TO IIK PKOUKD HARR1SBURG, Pa., Aug. Edward Martin today directed stale police to in- vestigate the K.U Kl'ux Klan in Pennsylvania. The executive ordered the in- quiry upon receipt of a request of lute rains, Ok- lahoma growers have u chance to produce good crops in fields of liitv-plnntud cotton which hud been regarded as lost because of summer drouth, Henry Dunlnvy, Oklahoma A. and M. college cot- ton spociulliil, said loduy. of Ihu board oP directors of thu B'Mai Brllh anll-defamuliun Ica- KUC. Before arrival of Ihe justice's letter, Martin announced "I have, on many occasions, publicly ex- pressed by vigorous opposition to any unAmerican organization." enough on his molives and lhal he had nothing to add. China and Soviet Russia today supported Ihe application -of the Mongolian people's republic 'for admission lo the United Nations nlltnu, In ulnnrilng lo in rip duslrial. possibilities in Ada in effort to furnish prospective n d u s t r i e s basic informa- .Inn nboul. Miles. Bardollnr told members of Hie jonrd of directors of the organi- sation that a number of manufac- turers have Inquired about possi- ble locations in Ada. When the survey is completed, all. of the possible sites for indus- tries will be colored into a map, which will be large enough for interested persons to tell al a glance just. what, localions an.1 availably. 1 A whirl faclory wanted lo locale a plant in Ada, but because there was no building space available the factory will be located else- where. The cost of preparing, a large map and obtaining detailed Jn- formalion will be about questions connected with the Italialn Ircaty. Experts Never Went There Referring to papers collected on Ihc question by a committee of exports for the deputy foreign ministers of Britain, Russia, the United States and France, Boas- ley exclaimed, "We have never seen these "J'll tell you he stormed. "This commillee of experts never went to Ihis place. ITow can they give us any Replying lo Ihe charge of the Soviet deputy foreign minister, Andrei Y. Vishinskv, Hint the proposal for n nulvcommilUfe came from persons "who hncln'l .studied" the situntion, Bensley have studied said: "It is because we it that we want more informa- tion." The vote on the question, which lined up only Belgium, Brazil, Greece, thu Netherlands nnd and thus openly with the Denfon Explains OTC Hearing Dale Involves Protest Against Denco Atolca-Norman- Oklahoma City Permit B, D. Den Ion of the Denco Bus Company had an explanation for the Associated Press story thai appeared in The News Wednes- South Africa with the Auslral- ian.s, came just before the foreign ministers of Britain, Russia nnd Iho United Stntes and France me.l in a Big Four "'session in an al- ternpt to revive; the; conference now in Ihe Jailer half of ils fifth week. This was the second set-back lo major Australian amend- in Ihe conference. Yester- day Australia was beaten in her efforts to have Russia's reparations bill against Ihe five enemy statini in- volved here; M.'l aside: for six mlhs and iiinde l.he nubjeH-l of a .'jpe-i.'iiil cmiimisslui) ntudy. ArKiunrnl iVhiic'H Anolhcr argument llrirrd in the military i.'oiniiiiHKiem over a lira- '.iliun nniendmenl. lo the- Italian roaly which provides fur ilon- Iruclion of permanent, llalian nililnry along Ihe French-Italian fninlier. lien. Anyc.'lo Menden De Mornes of Brax.il proposed lhal the Irealy srovidc for destruction of inslnl- lations "able to fire on French soil." Presumably his amendment would have purmiUcd Italy to re- lain some: defensive-' installations. The c.'cimmisKiein adopted Ihe or- iginal phrasing, however, provid- ing for dosl.riicl.ion or removal of all llalian fortifications within 12 miles of the: frontier. Gel lo Work. Vrgi-.K Polish Delegate Winccnty Win- iewicz urged the llalian political and territorial commission l.o for- get petly differences and get down to work. He reminded the commission members they had taken a full month to discuss only of the Italian treaty's pages, all of which must be considered by three commissions and the full 21-nation conference before it can go to the Big Four foreign min- isters for final drafting. AndroJ Y. Vishinsky, Soviet, also expressed concern May Seek To Speed Parley Progress On Peace Treaties No Observer! Present When They Assemble In Famous Clack Room I n Paris PARIS, Aug. foreign ministers council met for four hours today in an effort lo rescue the peace conference from its doldrums and agreed upon a procedure for handling the 300 proposed amendments whifh have bogged down committees.T PARIS. fore- ign ministers of Britain, Russia, the United States and France met this afternoon in an effort lo find ti way of revitalizing the Paris peace conference. Shortly before1 the gathered in the office of Georges Bidault, prc.'iidcnl and foreign minister of France, the confer- ence had witnessed another of the clashes which have bedeviled the pence making. An Australian proposal to establish n sub-com- mitleo to collect factual' data on the Italian-French frontier was beaten 13 lo six in the Italian commission afler n healed Auu- Iralian-Hussian exchange. The four principal nnd nine other nations voted against the Australian plan. Mcr.l In Fammix Room U. S. Secretary of Slain Jnmes F. Byrnes, British Foreign Sec- retary Krnust !3evin, Soviet Fore- ign Minister V. M. Molotov and Bidault met in the building con- taining the famous Clock Room where the Big Four of 1919 framed Ihe treulicn which they, too, hoped would end war. Their first task, it was believ- ed, was lo devise common ground for dealing with the 300 to treaty drafts which have snowed the confer- ence under. As they met only the preambles to four of Ihe treaties had been adopted in commissions. The conference itself had yet to pass on most of these, having passed on less than 200 of Ihc 55.- 000 words in the five treaties for Bulgaria, in the five treaties for Italy, Romania, Fin- and and Hungary. Kirst to Arrive Secretary Byrnes wns Ihc first to arrive at the Qua! D'Orsny. He wan accompanied by bin for (hi- meeting, Senators Ar-' Ihur Vimdenlfc.rK (H-Mlch) nnd 'loin Connally nnd his inierpri'l.er, C.'barli.'.i Hohlen. Molotov wa.s lust lo arrive. Ht was acconipnnivd by hid deputlcn. J-i.'dor Busev and Andrei on the second of applica- tions to be laken up by Ihe U. N. security council. When discussion on Albania, to which Ihe United States was op- posed, was'completed with a brief parliamentary skirmish in which the council decided to vole on all applications at the end of the do- bate, outer Mongolia was taken up. China With RUNMJII Dr. C. L. Hsia, Chinese dele- gate, sale! China was prepared to support outer Mongolia "jf we ever come to the voting." China originally had recommended the aDDlication w-iif foTthe U Vto said that the case goes before the supreme court Sept. 10 so that the merits of Ihe case can be heard. Oklahoma Transporlalion com- pany is asking for a bond, which if granted will force Ihe Ada company lo discontinue operation until Ihc case is dis- posed of by the court. The case involves a protest by the OTC against a permit granted Denco for additional services .from Atoka to Oklahoma Cit.y and Norman. The permit was granted Denco by the state corporation commis- outer golia "more intimately." Andrei A. Gromyko, Soviet del- egate, cited support given the Red, nrmy'by oilier Mongolia, The British and United Stoles rleleKtitcH thi.-ir opposition to hiking m Mongolia at this time, sought deferment of this ap- plication. Afghanistan, the next country, was given a clean slate with little discussion. sion early this year over protest i i nf tiln rvrc and the OTC said case would be appe the supreme court. Greater returns .for amount in- vesled. Ada News Want Ads. Dr. Loren N. .Brown, president of northern Oklahoma junior col- lege has minounced thai, with thu exception of one position the school's faculty for the coining school, year is complete. Six new inslruclors were added lo the teaching staff this year in anti- cipation of increased enrollment. Creator returns for amount. In- vested. Ada News Wunt Ads. .'Cr Ihe delay, communling: "This is the; se-rond months we have been .silting. We are only at the second article of the (Hal- inn) Ircaty." North Wind Drives Temperature Down Minimum of 61 Recorded Affcr Rainfall Seems that sometime not so long ago Ada wan sweltering un- der leinpcratures lhal got up well above Hie JOIJ degree that perspiration furnished abuul Ihe; only moisluro. But times have changed and changed fasl. Take the weather report, of Wednesday and Wednesday night, coming on the heels of five inches of weekend rain Tall. The highest temperature offi- cially recorded here Wednesday (Ifi doKri'1'H...-lhat.'K riuriiiK the night, the- wind cuming in I'roii) llii> north drove the: mer- cury down to (II degrees, some half a hiwi'r limn il had been since 'way last: spring. The minting rain that fell ing port of Wednesday added .00 of cm inch to Ihe' muorri uf rnois- lure, making Ihe week's tolal and the and n half lt.74 inches. A crowd of snvernl hundred anxiou.s Frenchmi-n and women walched them arrive in front of the French foreign ministry. Byrnes, Mololov and Bevin all appeared cheerful as Ihuy climb- ed the stone steps and Byrnes nnd Mololov were smiling. Tho four ministers will Iheir own means of lelling Ihe world know what gw.i .in m Ihe intimacy of Bklaull's office. The meeling was barred lo the press. Summers Chapel To Enroll On Monday Parents Asked To Talk Hot Lunch Profrom Prospects; 4-H Friday Summers Chapel school will >egin Monday, September 2. On I his, enrollment day, the children need not bring lunches. K. L. Slrntlon asks that as many parents as possible come with their children so lhal there can be discussion of prospccta for a hot lunch program. Members of the 4-H club will meet at the school building Fri- day night, Aug. 30, from 7 to 8 o'clock. TH1 PESSIMIST Their' ain't nolhln' that makes us ns not undur th' collar us fiavin' Homebody walk off while we're tnlkin' t' 'cm. We all like but moid o' un die vithoul any.
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