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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1959, Ada, Oklahoma Ada, Oklahoma, Tuesday, November 17, 1959 THE ADA EVENING NEWS 7 Seven Ada insurance agents and employes attended the llth an- nual Insurance School at the Uni- versity of Oklahoma Nov. 11-13. William T. James has been named audio-visual specialist, edu- cational materials services, Uni- versity of Oklahoma extension di- Crewman Killed as 2 Trains Hit Head-On on Wabash Line WAUSEON, Ohio west-i The crash scene was near the cars "spilled all over the right- ot Oklahoma extension ai- rammed head hamlets of Elmira and Burling- James, superintendent of bound freight tram rammed head-, northwest o[ The school, divided into basic and I vision. j i ion auum advanced courses, drew a record schools at Berwyn the past 25 on into a stopped eastbound, Thg spot is in extreme The victim, who reportedly was pinned under a wheel in the <1U euivcu t oco, vii c a t r------ j---- --11 .1 ftc 5UOI IS 111 CAlLClIIt: uiiut.1
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