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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 6, 1962, Ada, Oklahoma Rumors of vote-buying in some area primary races raise an interesting question: With'the secret ballot, .v.n though a voter, for a consideration, agrees to vote for your candidate how can you .ver tell whether delivered? Coalgate Has Versatile Science Teacher, Page 8 FHE Decidedly Breaks Derby Record, See Sports 59TH YEAR NO. 46 S.UNDAY MAY 36 Pages 5 CENTS WEEKDAY, 10 CENTS SUNDAY U.S. Turns Five Missile-Carrying Subs Over To NATO To Bolster Defenses By GEORGE GURLEY Chairmen of essential commit- tees in the Chamber of Commerce program for the upcoming year on any agricultural product; as- sist on various conservancy dis- tricts, cooperate with the SCS, seek to promote feed lots and it have been appointed. They two new functions. work with C. C, Collier, new pres- ident of the Ada Chamber. At least two new committees, Area Development and Central Water Canal have been added but large number of new assignments have been-given to standing com- mittees. Tom O'Dell is chairman of- the Agriculture and Upstream Flood Control Committee. It will cooper- ate with agriculture groups, pro- mote both the broiler industry and Work will be undertaken to pro- mote the raising and systematic marketing of pecans in this area. It will also continue to push for the development of a Small Wat- ershed.Laboratory. Area Development is a new group under Frank Dicus, past Chamber president. It will cooper- ate with the Science and Natural Resources Foundation in the.de- veloping and financing of the pro- posed research park. It will work Venezuelan Troops Put Down Uprising CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) Troops loyal to Presi- dent Romulo Betancourt smashed a leftist uprising by marines in the costal ,city of Carupano Saturday night and captured three' rebel leaders, a government source reported. A military spokesman, reporting the government ad- vance into .the coastal city 300 miles east of Caracas, said thousands of farmers volunteered to fight the leftist rebels who revolted Friday and asked for arms. Clay Makes Last Pledge To Berliners BERLIN Lucius D. Clay made a farewell pledge Sat- urday that U.S. troops would stay in Berlin until the city and all Germany are unified, as long as Berliners want them. Clay a catch in his a ceremony conferring on -him the city's honorary citi- zenship. He was the first foreign- er to get the honor in this cen- tury, and the second one in his- tory. His only predecessor was Czar Nicholas I of All the Russias. "As our government talks with the Soviet government, Clay said, "and concerts its views with our of course the German Federal de- termine if there is a basis of ne- gotiations, rumors of alleged mis- understandings between the Allies zre certain to be aired. "J urge you not to be concerned by them but to have confidence in us." Even before Clay spoke. Mayor Willy Brandt had expressed con fidence in President Kennedy. Clay's reference to the German Federal Republic, inserted in his prepared text, was considered sig- nificant in Berlin. He is known to be against proposals on Berlin un less they are favored by the West German government. He and most (Continued on Page Two) Police Check Burglaries At Ada Drive-Ins City police Saturday were in vestigating two _early-morning burglaries of drive-ins on South Mississippi. Broken into some time after a. m. Saturday were Jerry's Drive-In and the Huddle, on the west and east sides of Mississippi respectively. Method of entry was the same at .both places, police said. Door glass near the doorknob was broken in the west door of Jerry's and the north dcor of the Huddle. Cigarette machines and juke boxes were broken into in both, and an undetermined amount of money taken. OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy through Sunday .night; widely scattered thundershowers, con- tinued mild; high 84-92. High temperature in Ada Sat- itrday was a Friday night low of 60; reading at 5 p. m. Saturday, 82. He predicted an early complete government vic- tory. Romulo Betancourt, Venezuela's lef t-of-center president, JPrjday. night accused the 400-man marine garrison and its 50 military police who revolted of plotting to set up a Castro-type Communist regime, and gave them an ultimatum to surrender by dawn. About 400 of the rebels ignored the ultimatum, however, and were reported to have scattered to posi- tions in dwellings' in the city of to make a house-to-house fight. the and Votes Decide Pr Polaris Subs ATHENS, Greece (AP) T .OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Six statewide. Democratic races U. S. plan Saturday to' sha bolster- defenses, the. -United carrying Polaris submarines promised more when they by the. Raymond Gary-W. nuclear-armed subma th the ARA and the ARD on Atkinson contest, for the. command, but as of oject. nomination. will be .'of the North Atlan Hicks Smith Jr. is chairman of v Airport and Aviation. C-o in the May 22 runoff means they would fa if war broke out. ttee. It will seek to improve th facilities and all types of air are no Republican runoff contests on .the- state level. In addition -to the six word, on the Polaris 15-nation. 'alliance by U. 'S. I Joe Bryan is chairman of there' are during a session ntral Water Canal tests, 'one Tor assistant is committee' will seek to' or-nize for' Ada and in' district-four; three for the state Senate and 14 .for Cast a Port Authority on the Eu-a Reservoir. Orval Price is head of Civic of Representatives. State Questions Two state questions will be In ovement, Parks, Recreation d Beautification.. This group 11 continue to study and on 'in the runoff election. from Ma-dill, ..and Atkinson, .1958 Primary r development of additional Midwest City, are vying Tex. (AP) Texans 5 courts, .work 'toward opportunity to take on a king-size vote Saturday in ed promote a; Henry Bellmon in the brawling -two-party primary und "Litterbug general may mark 'the .trails Lone urage the Garden Club, other statewide runoff Democrats and Republicans Die city cleanup, study city toward the. 1964 presidential ational and physical Uevelop-ent facilities for boys and girls. J. B. Lynn is chairman of the :onomic Understanding C o Leo Winters, former secretary of the state Election Board from Oklahoma City, vs. Wilburn Cart-wright, Oklahoma City, As the -balloting -rolled toward a 7 p.m.. poll closing, there were indications officials would have to ttce. Uovn unrl Ctnftff the Corporation -around 1.5 "million Harold
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