Ada Evening News, November 17, 1959, Page 7

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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - November 17, 1959, Ada, Oklahoma Ada, Oklahoma, Tuesday, November 17, 1959 THE ADA EVENING NEWS Page 7 Seven Ada insurance agents and employes attended the lith annual Insurance School at the University of Oklahoma Nov. 11-13 The school, divided into basic and advanced courses, drew a record William T. James has been named audio-visual specialist, educational materials services, University crf Oklahoma extension division. James, superintendent of schools at Berwyn the past 25 Crewman Killed as 2 Trains House Hit Head-On on Wabash Line Payola Probers Racket Cast Eye Upon of Disc Jockeys WASHINGTON (AP)-A attendance of 312 insurance years, is a 1330 graduate of East employes and program Central State,^ wber* he pla>ed agents people from all areas of Oklahoma. Enrolled from Ada were R B. Coleman. Mrs. Betty Ely, Mrs. June Gilliam, Homer W. football, basketball and worked on the East Central Journal Before going to Berwyn, he was an elementary teacher and high school WAUSEON, Ohio (AP )—A westbound freight train rammed headon into a stopped freight on the Wabash Railroad early today, killing one train crewman, injuring at least four others, demolishing the two locomotives and derailing 15 cars. The westbound train, according The crash scene was near the cars ‘‘spilled all over the right- subcommittee hamlets of Elmira and Burling- of-way ”    _ _ poena papers House "Our big job now is to narrow ords a week. lf I’m lucky I can I Uke that." «plains a (^Wishing ...... maybe    that    number    in    a    house    executive.    Big    payola in- •    .      I    •___.1__iL.    /vl    A    or n ay mo ? uv 1 „ r. _ „ -n__________ _ ¥ „ . _     _ .      _    _ month—-so that leaves about GOO evolves singles-the single records Is that never get on my air. that cost 98 cents. Eighty-five per naturally, the people who cent of them are bought by girls The victim, who reportedly was find out how extensive the payola . ton, about IO miles northwest of    ,    ,    •    ...    ,    •    j    j- eastbound here The spot is in extreme pinned under a wheel in the racket is in television and radio. about 12 miles wreck, was identified as W. C is ready to sub- all this down and that will take and documents to time.” The House subcommittee on records that never get on my air Legislative Oversight wound up a And show business term sensational probe of television make those 600 records are going    ^ Meek, of Danville, III., brakeman for bribes or other inducements quiz shows earlier this month and to try to get them plaved some- toi g  A ^ YfJ on the westbound freight. Payola is a other inducements quiz snows earner mis mom to disc jockeys to get them to indicated at that time it would how. pPay, A. L Ruston and Charles principal at Mill Creek and teach- to ^ Qhio highway patrol, was l^hi(± were dcrailed W. Tune, all in the basic course, cr at Woodland school near Davis. and Glvnn Boley in the advanced James holds a master s degree from the University of Oklahoma. course. Bibles, Testaments, scripture verse, Christmas cards. Mrs. Beatles'* Gifts, 117 East Main. 11-11-154 Among those from Ada attending The Most Happy Fella” musical staged at the University of Oklahoma by a tour company Monday night were Jane Davis, James Steed. George Alsbach, Charles Foster, Lou Repass, Dr. Charles B. Martin, Wilma Mitchell. John Roberts, Corb Sarchet, and Anita Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pollock and Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Brown were among the Adans who attended the OU-Army football game in Norman Saturday afternoon. They spent Sunday in Oklahoma Cit) visiting friends. about midway on a run between Delta and Montpelier, Ohio, when it met the second train, bound from Montpelier to Toledo. northwestern Ohio, south of the Michigan border. The patrol said the moving train had 22 cars, five of which were    _ _ _    _ derailed. The locomotive it ran    [nj~red as: George E. Lamb, 73,    formers who work in free    plugs    those the subcommittee wants f° J things as cash, cases of liquor, I, into was hauling 69 cars, IO 01    ap engjneer, Chester E. Mooney,    for products on their shows    in re-    question at public hearings, prob- j furnjture and household applianc- turn for an undercover payoff. " '    ’    ’ “We’ve got more than IOO leads Authorities at Detweiler Hos- play and push new records. It also turn to disc jockeys.    appears    that the trying often    ^ pital in Wauseon, identified the covers the practice of some per-1 Subpoenas will be issued for jnvoives the dispensation of such ords, you’ve got to get them on the shows of the jockeys they lis- 48, a fireman, and 0. R. (Bud* Hod son, 35, all of Peru, Ind., and Preliminary reports from depu ties at the crash scene to the Robert Christie, 33, engineer sheriff s office had the derailed Toledo Ohio. ably beginning early next year. ‘I’m clean,” protests one popu- of on payola already and more are lar disc jockey, ‘‘and I think most Five Youths Drown as Car Misses Curve, Hits Creek LONGVIEW. Wash (AP —Five 1 Skydivers We insure everything but the teen-agers drowned Monday night on the managed to get a vehicle hours later Truman Gets $5,000 Gift From AFL-CIO being volunteered every day,” a subcommittee source said today. of us are. But look at it this way: a disc jockey gets about 200 rec- Frankie Laine Concern over the situation is new. Almost ll years ago. Billboard, a show business trade paper, reported that the Federal Payola does not go for the a1-j Communications Commission was bum sellers—like Como, Sinatra,! looking into a complaint that one es, cars and even boats. Second Hunted hereafter. Ebey-McCauley Co. Phillip Hart, Ada, has been elected honor council representative for the senior law class at the    ..University    of    Oklahoma.    Hart    is Show me a Rambler owner and ^ son Mr. and Mrs. M. L. when a car missed a turn at an and rescue crews pulled it to the 11-11-lm intersection and plunged into a slough. A companion clawed his way to safety. Francis Hughes. 16, told officers he didn't know how he escaped from the overturned car surface. Tw’o bodies were inside. Three others were recov-ered in dragging operations. Hughes identified his companions as Doug Randolph. 17, I’ll show you a Rambler salesman Ken Brandy 1(V 20-im Hart, ISI Hunter Drive. Mrs. Emma Russell. Mrs Opal Davis, Mrs. Mattie Furlong and Mrs Marie Bailey were in Cement Sunday for a reception honoring Lenora Cut shall. Cement, worthy grand matron of Eastern Star of Oklahoma Seven hundred registered at the reception. Re-glaze lizzard, restyle suede, dve work, restyle heels, remove platforms, Dub s Shoe Service, 200 Fast Main which landed in about 20 feet of drivel of the tar. water after sailing off a 25-foot 15; Floyd Walston. 13; Bill e -cliff. He climbed the bank and ster, 16; and Dick Webster, 13. flagged down a passing truck. * All were from Longview. , KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP)-The found AFL-CIO gave Harry Truman a medal Monday night and got some advice in return. The former president received the union’s annual community Jerry YValston, service award—a bronze medallion and a $5,000 check. Truman expressed his gratitude. Godfrey by CBS For Morning Spot Jo Stafford and record company couldn’t get its j records played on certain radio stations unless its disc jockeys were paid. By CYNTHIA LOWRY AP TV-Radio Writer Girl in dress with Peter Pan collar preparing coffee in an ex-. pensively furnished and beautiful-NEW YORK (AP) — Once it jy decorated apartment — this is -n<• Am-i» Ia to!I tbo kornoc frnm    4    1    *    •___  •_    ii________I was easy to tell the heroes from 11-9-lm Mr. and Mrs. Les Younger. HIO East Eighth, were in Norman Saturday for the football game between the University of Oklahoma and Army. Missing Girl Found Stabbed, Strangled in Her Hide Away Then. in an obvious reference to    villains in the television West-! evidence of corruption in some secretary living in the usual working girl’s one-room flat. There are lots of other exam Look, ladies! New liquid lipstick by Richard Hudnut, Bryan’* Corner Drug, Bryan * BX Center, BAB Drug. 10-27-1 rn KENTFIELD. Calif. (AP)    ,    .    , Sunbed in the chest and st ran- stab wound was not found gled with a rope, the body of Loma Lax. 12, money or too mucn power. great* thing about this country is that we are able to correct these situations and I know you are go-— The weapon used to inflict the jng to do it among yourselves. erns: the white hats were the good iiicic aic iwo    ______ unions,    he said:    There is allays    guys and    t}ie black bats were the    pjes of    TV    shorthand. Look close- trouble    when people get too much    baci guys    Good 0id Hopalong Cas-    jy and    your own ust —    or too much power. The    sjdy was    ^ exception.    _ This simple method of establishing horse operas has since bitten the dust. But shortcuts to characteriza CBS must have scouted far and long wide to find a personality who, it hopes, will creep into the hearts of the morning TV watchers as Glowing Lava Still Belches From Volcano HONOLULU (AP) - Glowing lava continued to belch from a roaring fountain in Kilauea crater today amid predictions the four-day-old eruption would continue for some time. Although only one of the dozen original fiery fountains was active, it spurted tremendous jets of molten rock into the pit of the crater and blasted rock and lava more than IOO feet into the air. Billowing clouds of steam and sulphur gas continue to rise thousands of feet into the sky. Reports from the Kilauea volcano site on Hawaii Island, some 200 miles southeast of Honolulu, said the roar from the single, About 19 per cent of the world's chrome ore output comes from Turkey. Her body was found by a friend was and neighbor, Norman Fortner, 13 ^ u    name-haired    Loma    Lax,    12,    was    and    neighbor. .wrnan u ,    More    than    m    persons    at    the Onlfr ph«UHOiHstma»j-ards^ found bes|d(, a creek Monday in who accepted her invitation of^a    and    checred    Truman You know what I am talking tjon are std] jn usc so often that did Arthur Godfrey. Obviously, spouGng fountain seemed louder —We viewers scarcely notice them. they think they have found him tban ab 12 fountains combined. about More personalize your holiday greetings Rayless Drug Co., 116 East Main. 11-1-lm Mr. and Mrs. James H. Bates, 1123 South Cherry, left Monday for a week s vacation in San Juan. Puerto Rico. They are guests of General Electric on the expense-paid vacation They will stay at the International Continental Hotel in San Juan. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Meaders and children will leave Tuesday for their home in Denver, Colorado, after spending the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Guy Meaders, 1128 Highschool. The two families were in Norman Saturday for the OU-Army football game. a secluded, heavily wooded grove she called her “fort.” The girl, clad only in a blue pajama top, was in a sitting posi-    home    and lion. her legs stuffed into a sleep- of College ing bag and her torso held erect by the rope knotted around her    She    was    seen    at a neck and lashed to a tree branch    game    Saturday    night, above. week earlier to come and see fort. The spot is a block from Loma s close to the campus of Marin in this San Francisco suburb. For instance:    in Red Rowe, who Monday made Liquor cabinet with whisky in his network debut at IO a rn. Rowe    any    threat    to    surround- So far, the eruption has when Joseph A. Bcirne, president decanters in foreground, grand not only is reported to have red j ing farm areas of the Communications Workers piano ,n background—these people hair, but plays a guitar ( it looks j like a big ukelele) and sings   women agreeably, talks soothingly, inguide of the American people on smoking—these people are sophis- formally and with mild humor. of America, presented the award. are rjcb Beirne called Truman “a forceful Cocktail    party with football ^e‘r bright march to a better ticatcd and the host is probably a He comes to us with a bunch of —,J ”    book publisher, a corporation law- regulars—a    girl singer, a boy failed to return her When she home Sunday Mr. and world Deputv coroner Harold J Kea- morning her parents ton said he found indications Lor- Mrs. John Lax, reported her miss- Avoid trouble by having men Add beauty to your home, Insist aa custom mad. ornament.) iron "ironer porch column, and cai line. Made know tow. Etoj-MKaulry Co. bv Ada iron and Metal Company. FE 2-1165.    11-10-lm na could have been raped but he ing. would not be certain until lab-*7? oratory tests were made. Loma had run away from home before. who Im Mack Young, son of Mr. and Mrs, Dudley Young, is now working on the* Lawton Constitution. For the past several years, he has been a staff member on the Wewoka Times. Mrs Jim Lester of Mill Creek was an Ada business visitor Monday. Explosion Left Town Powerless But Neighbors Rallied With Aid Police Clamp Down on Tupelo After Knifings yer or an advertising executive. Girl in an evening gown or cock singer and a small orchestra. Red wanders around making mild tail dress made of shiny mater- jokes and general pleasantries jai—this woman is fast!    with them and everybody on the Woman wearing simple frock,! show laughs uproariously. If it all single string of pearls and gloves sounds familiar, it is—a carbon — a lady. Man wearing sleeveless sweater. of the old Godfrey show. There is a lot of music and the half hour  -WORTHINGTON.    Minn    (AP)    —    tional    Guard    turned    in    the    alarm Home baked cakes and pies for ^ one paniCbed. W hen it was all Thanksgiving, will take orders over tbe 9500 people of now’. FE 2-5909 or FE 2-2788.    ^    ^    southwestern    Minnesota    town    ac-    him. _ after a manhole a block (rom the Mayor James Ballard not to Uke this power plant blew up in front nocturn smoking pipe, sitting in front of is fractured constantly by com-opcn fire—a happy husband.    mercials (Red isn’t doing his own Unshaven man—he has a hang-    selling yet). Only time can tell dents of Tupelo, aroused by three    over, has been shot and seriously    whether the network has found the stabbings of    white men by    Ne-    W0Unded or hast lost his way in    right man to fill some very im- were    warned today    by    tbe desert. TUPELO. Miss. (AP> - Resi- portant shoes. Your EXCLUSIVE Dealer In This Area for PLYMOUTH Valiant (Coming Soon) CHRYSLER IMPERIAL International Harvester Trucks Sinnett- Meaders Motor Co. 12th & Townsend    FE    2-5484 Fur restyling, repair, sewing, all kinds, Lillie Bradshaw, FE 2-3552. 11-lVlm 1117'7t knowledged they had friends Fauskee never made it home Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Penmen, 721 South Fifth, Douglas, Wyoming, formerly of Ada, announce the birth of a* son, Gregory, Sun dav morning, November IS Within minutes after an explo- from the police station. Gov. Or-Mr and Mrs. Neal Rock and ^on rjpp^ out |Q the city’s pow- Ville Freeman ordered out the lo-Iftr. and Mrs. Frank Jones, all er and much 0f lis heat, in sub- cai Guard unit after he had been of Healdton, wert Ada visitors KerQ weather, offers of help began advised of the .situation. Six pa-Monday. from neighboring towns and set up at nursing homes, the city s Carpet and rug cleaning. Ane your floor coverings ready for the The holidays. Free estmates on all baby "weighed seven and one-half cleaning, restretching and    schools. Even a pounds Gregory has a big broth- mg Free pickup and dehvetron one - paternal grandpas nigs. 3566. to roll in    trois of 50 guardsmen roamed the Portable generators were rushed darkened streets to check pos sible pillaging There were no and fires. serious casual* Mississippi city already was under an ll pm. curfew ordered by Police Chief Robert Monaghan. The latest victim, Don Morris, 20, was reported in serious condition. After surgery late Monday night physicians said his chances for recovery were good Seven Negroes were picked up. Five were released after estab- LIKE A TO er. Tony, 2    . ents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Penisten and great-grandmother is Mrs. Alma Cradduck, all of 518 East Twelfth. Call A. E. Stringer, FE2- three water wells and some tjes but two power plant workmen fishing alibis. Monaghan said the greenhouse got    _j0hn 7. Anderson and Gerald    -    * Post—received flash burns about The municipal    hospital switched    the face and arms and were taken to its own power units and was lQ tbe hospital. not affected. Repair crews quick Mr and Mrs Sam    iy provided power for the South-    ^h/day    and most of the    Mills,    16. were slashed Sunday is, left Friday for    western Minnesota Crippled Chil-    complete    power was re-    night.    They said three Negroes enn., where they were called to dren-s Hospital-School.    _    ?    ^    ^orninc.    stacked    them. other two were drunk when arrested and added, “I wouldn’t say we are holding them for any other reason. crews working Alonzo Dodson, 48, and Andy SAH Green Stamps on all repair be with Mr. Head s    The hun ureen ^    eider Mr. Head. who is 94, suf cis Tenn work, watches, clocks, etc Credit Jewelers, 117 West Main. 10-25-im Cered a broken hip in a fall. Mrs, dren’s Hospital Civil Defense Director Ray Schisler said “We needed all the help we got and we got it before we could ask.” The power was lost at 9:40 a rn turned early this morning. Emergency quarters set up for chilled residents at the armory, elementary school and two an __________      Herman    Webb    of    Oklaho-    ____ Attending the stole meeting of ma Qty sjtent weekend    M“da7when    an    explosion    ripped the Christian Church Guild Sat* churches attr'acted only a few urday and Sunday from Ada First Church Wimodausis Guild were Edna Longpine, Pauline Young, Dimple Huffman, Lillian Rogers and Fave Gladwell. Mrs. Young also attended the OU-Army game. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Neighbors, . f^e^n plant turbines and 600 West Nineteenth. Mrs. Webb into is Mr. Neighbors’ sister.    ViInr^FMiskee    of    the    Na-    town    hotel,    served    by    steam    heat Many residents crowded five outlying motels and a dowTi attacked them. FRONTIER PACKAGE STORE Highway 9f and 3 JVa Mila* Southeast of Ada C«ld Rear t® Go Minnows and Tackle CHESTER HICE, OWNER FROM A CLEAR SKY! COMES THIS SENSATIONAL ANNOUNCEMENT! LOGSDON FURNITURE LOCATED 221 - 223 EAST MAIN — ADA, OKLAHOMA Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Shipley, 1022 East Eighth, had as their guests over the weekend their son- _ in-law, daughter and granddaugh- For your nursery needs and land- ter Mr. and Mrs Weston Aldrich cal) Pecan Grove Nut- and Lisa Ann, of Duncan Mr. and Mrs. Pat Patterson of Des Moines, Iowa, have been vis- Nation's Worst Drinkers Pay Tribute to AA's Founder Bill sen, FE 2-6259 or FE 2-o7il 11-3-im could eavesdrop on many conver-and find the alcoholics Mrs. C, F. Raper and son. NEW YORK (AP)—More than gu ss. •— - V K ,vcd ^ Monday £■ 2? here son is the Xonner Wilma dulcutt. Munday nigh( l0 a man who hasD t ^nteratt^on arni^ Panin noon for an extended visit with her daughter, Judi, who attends East Central, and other relatives. The Rapers flew in from Columbia, S A., by way ama. Mr. Raper remained South America to relocate his oil well drilling unit from Columbia to Ecuador. The Rapers are former Ada residents and hare been living in Bogota. While here they are staying with Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Uhlich, southeast of Ada. Mrs. Grace Richmond of Seminole visited friends here during the weekend. Former instructor of home economics at East Central State College, Mrs. Richmond now holds a similar position in the Seminole School System. had a drink for 25 years. near a bar in the foyer that Full of good spirit — definite!)    havg    goUen plenty 0f ac. not bottled -they widiy gr^ ti n in the 0ld days. Now it was cofounder of Acohohcsj™ltered< CHIROPRACTIC HEALTH CLINIC m E. lith FE X-RAY PHYSIOTHERAPY ANI) HYDROTHERAPY WHYTOCR, m. », E. M., D. C. Mn P. A Whytock. R.N Tech. ALL DAY WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18th Bill W. Anonymous, at a huge banquet. Bill is the man who started out to plav golf on Staten Island on Armistice Day, 1934, ended up in a bar and went on a monumental bender that took him from his HE BRIDGED THE GAP COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - When    r    . to was a midshipman at th* Naval stockbroker^ business forever Academy in 1912, William H. Rabe was plagued with seasickness. So Now 64. Bill said he sobered up when he was 39 and ever since he found a new career bridging Ifs been a gay and wonderful the source of his difficulty, He ll retire from the Ohio High time for me.” When he sobered up he was in way Department this year after the company of an Aron Ohio AS vears of service as an engin- surgeon From their meeting eer' during which he helped build came the idea of a fellowship * r<X!0 bndees.    men and women who "share their strength, hope and understanding Th* channel of the Hudson Riv- to solve a^bstr." „ er extends out to sea about 120 In the crowded grand ballroom miles beyond New York Harbor. of the Hotel Astor, a tab.e-hopper T T FTT7ITJTT72ITI AUTHORIZED FACTORY SERVICE FOR YOUR DODGE - PLYMOUTH - SIMCA SPANN MOTOR CO. 223 West 12th    FE    2-3600 p fi y y qyg ▲▲▲▲A A A A Ai HELP WANTED! EXTRA SALESLADIES Experience preferred but not absolutely necessary. Temporary. Apply in person Wednesday, 9 a.m. Do not phone. Ask for Earl Corley. STOP! Don't buy a stick of furniture until you soo LOGSDON FURNITURE'S big double page ad in tomorrow's Ada Evening News. A sale with a reason NOT just an oxcuse. When we have a sale — it really is a salt. Every item slashed! NECESSARY TO CLOSE! To mark down every item in our store, engage extra help, rearrange store, to tag every item and make all preparations for a sensational stock . . • KEN BRADDY NEEDS USED CARS Am* Offer* ffc* U*«w* Trident** tai Ow Kittery •* New • KAMIL ftS • BSB! • MWCUKYS • LINCOLNS ted MITiOaOllTANS See Any et Htete Ceurteewt Seletmen. MARION FCN TON    "DOC* NORRIS O F -DUD! KIN BRADDY FOWELL *25 to *1500 oe yow boom only MONTHLY PAYMENTS We make loans to men and women—married or single. Our plans include family financing and budget advice. We eau arrange a monthly payment plan that will fit right into your budget Phone na today! ll East Moin FEderol 2-3376 Wit Involving Over $75,000.00 Worth of Fine Furniture, Bedding end Nationally Advertised Appliances. Everything Goes on Altar of Sacrifice! Nothing Held Backl Why Pay More! Buy During This Sale at Unbelieveabla Low Sale Pricesl BIG DOUBLE PAGE AD IN TOMORROW'S PAPER GIVING PRICES AND COMPLETE DETAILS! HEAR RADIO SPOTS FLOODING THE AIRWAYS WEDNESDAY! PUBLIC FINANCE Sale Begins Thursday, 9, AM Rain or Shine! COMPOAATiO* ;

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