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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 3, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Old Mo Noturo mutt hay, boon Fonding tho toportt on how torrid m.,,-, otom bomb I. nod docidod to Fair tonight and Thursday, some-what cooler; lowest temperatures 40 Panhandle to 55. put on o demonstration of the real thine with « HA-i --—      _    9    w,th    a    t,dal    wove    over    the    whole    Pacific. THE ADA EVENING NEWS BUY MORE WAR BONDS School Arf Exhibit Now On Display Winner* Announced; Public Invited to Lecture Friday Evening on 'Child Art' .w?iuaxing Lthe children's art Pnhi t"1)W hanging in the Ada Public Library and sponsored by the American Association of Uni- iSKf Wornen, is a lecture on fhi it' feVenmg at 8:00 0’clock in me lecture room at the library. The Public is cordially invited £,ear Mrs.- Beulah Fagan of the P k rn*100,1 s>’storn of Shawnee hj win ^lk on “Child Art ”    ’ cer at    oher art car- totlrst Central State college, w f ^n^,ng a t(iacher’s colage cit Kirksville, Missouri. She hCr s’jmmers in the study ?!    fibfevme spent the past one ■rn    .    —— ■         rtri»it.    J,    1946    — —        Russ-Iran Replies^«,« Martin Til:7 “ Ti r •-=T="'‘ To Council Easing omimwit  __’    Oliver    Winners In «« the Civie Art Center at Long each. California. She was Art I ters as oil and thi* Chairman this year for the Ok 1    llkC‘ To Council Easing Tension In Meet Iron OHon toShaly* Com lf Ruuio Will P remit* to Got •CS -VC’ *    ^ T~*< »" » the nE7^\?RK' April 3—(AP)-Iran offered today to let the United Nations Security Council shelve the Iranian ram! P'°SdS H“!l*    —mum. cs ss* ,rom—* bothTR?.s!!>aUnC a'rhaVing received last minute replies from both Russia and Iran to its inquiries of last Friday on the fm E ITmST, T    -Nul l 11:46 ♦ rd. o. i. until ll a. rn. tomorrow. said that troop withdrawals from Iran were no* °" ?ther negotiations with Iran over such mat- Optimistic m Output Report 11 ucsday s Run-Off Election Hijheit Levei^Emplament J T^i-^0ve Stril<e» Hawaiian Islands Climb*, Deficit Ebbing * M-s°mF.-1 e^UhatIOwai Association" f?3 Pagan has had many years of successful experience in teaching art to children and the work standing.s s has been out-^Winntrs_ in the exhibit have rom"    nf    T y?by Mrs- Carl hand- rum of Tishomingo, former facile 7e?7'r „at East Central; Miss Opal Quails, who taught art Shoo!eanHrM eS x? • Washington scnool. and Miss Marjorie Kitchel Mill Hrt ^acCher at Hays school-’ Miss Hazel Spencer of the Horace Mann High school won first and second places with a still life trait3 C°l0r 3nd a craFon por- _    Ninth    grade Htoh“rd ♦ S?iih' Ada Junior J^mor hL °n Coffey, Ada Srr Xgh'r second; Clarence Parker, Ada Junior High, third. CU- I pghth grade w „u iey Young, Ada Junior first; Charles Lan*» — Mann Charles Lane. Horace ii second. Dean Epperson Horace Mann, third. *^r50n-Seventh grade Jimmy Harrcl. Horace Mann List. Jo Ann Whits,tt, Ada Junior’ High, second; Carolyn Stone, Ada Junior High. third. Sixth grade Betty West, Hays. first; Jim trJr^fP£wiH h* out of the country within a month and a half. the council was informed in the message from Ambassador Andrei Gromyko, who however continuedhis boycott of the Iranian dis- the'meetmg101 8CtUaUy attendin* W“b FHendly Settlement sail-? ti a- *rom Ambas-^ad°c Hussein Ala, advised that ^ia3*ons with Russia, in accord with a council decision at ivtarferVj? failed/ Russian interference rn Iranian affairs that Russia had made demands parallel with her troop withdrawals—but that a-r°''* aI.1 Iran wants a friendly peaceful settlement of the situa-uon. American Secretary of State James F Byrnes asked Ala what he would suggest. The action-B?oked meeting, expected to pro- or annthlH8 res.ults of one sort IS?? €Vcc Since the council Tmh? equines to Moscow and lenran and adjourned last Fri- (Continued on Page 2 Column 2) Pontotoc County Goes Well Beyond Pod Cross Quota it/pl^r0 C0Vn,y has Son® over frn ’ fund. quota and the i*ruU returns aren t yet in. . Tnc goal was $15,600, with a fn^th portlon t0 remain here ^ the growing home front work of toe organization. c»W^^ayumornin« thp Red ♦Vr    hore    reported    that had brought in wail and An lth- Colbert- Stone-.    11 ar?d Allen joining the list of over the quota’ districts. still    i    0thor    districts    are still at work and the Red Cross drive leaders urge them to re- I ty totLl °nCe> despite lhe coun- | The campaign handicapped by ______ siitLit ortffge.of,workeVs, but per-me rn ihl brought a steady "JhhVe?ults and finally a a Ti u fhat sent the ficiirps well beyond the goal. gUreS began slowly, rainy weather Campaign Begin To Jaw Bread, Fats For Hungry Peoples plans were made to push the fatTPThi« . SaV!ng- bread and that t3?“ a,ctJon J» « line with nat^JiSi^ ? throughout the K3n,„l“"I “ designed to save food to be shipped to starving people in other countries. ?.eals !ue    made    to    the churches, the civic clubs, the schools and all other groups which might aid in the drive to SaJrt *luman beings. ./he board is asking, among other things, that public eating s![ve only one piece of bread with a meal, although the sbricmmKma«? ask for additional " ‘TTfi, The theory is that bread actually put on the table if un- hf,? x ST not 80 back into use Th! r out with the waste. ed    are    not    ask- I j deny themselves, but are asked to see that nothing is wast- » situation in many coun-tnes is serious indeed, W. B b^arf8°^i«?a rTn«0f A® local ooarc, points out. He says starv- tn^cPxT0p*u do not think right, and * ?* A: ,pre*n, who started as a woHH lf peace throughout the ^^mith when he was 12 and world it is necessary to feed part 1?^° oould say when 72 that he b-SS Panel of 24 Nm Drawn Today Far Condog Grand Jury cl°k"aT ®ed,ford' county court mon, ,I ^ay mail«d ou‘ sum- . &    Pe*    Te‘i?r:„hdespent (Continued on Page a, Column 2) diaries A. Green, lodumWi Many Years, Is Dead F. CREEN WASHINGTON, April 3 f/Pi America s civilian production now stands “at the highest 'eve! ever achieved by the natinn war or peace.” Reconversion’Di today1! W Snyder reported Along with this factory outout ooo oon S5>eedin*a rate oi eiM 000,000.000 a year—non-farm em Ployment has climbed to a potot war ntanta blfore VJ day- ^hen wirf pc ? were running full ““•> Snyder told President Tnt man and congress. The feared sharp rise in iob-lessness has not occurred, Snyder hive ?limKrfVhte J™?6 Payments llm.bed back almost to the ™ ™ te1 ?f ^2,000,000,000 gSto c JL TkIS ,S J ^7,000.000,000 Srei* c J Postwar slump. ^ ®«low Estimate «* , ‘lumber of job-seekers in February was “still below 3.000." ooo, Snyder estimated. This compares with last fairs official pIo£!d hv0f.h P ‘° 8:000'0°0 unem-8 sPnn«-m/vJJ 56'Pa.«c statement was the most optimistic of six quarterly cf wit ISSU*^ far by the office Vernon R?,t c a‘!.0n and recon-Snyder emphasized that strikes and the threat of in-«a<l?nmade the first 1946 quar-and difficult.”  37 -ie Production has been E& lf TSS*1 have ^ ^2 nfit« u slab<ir‘mana«ement dis-Pul*J* bad not put out the fires in steel furnaces, stopped some SilS1 as*embly lines, curtailed production of electric P^nintsent and °ther Vital com-“These losses slowed down the natl ♦ consumcr goods to the rf increased the infla-ihnrtoM pr*ssure which stem from mn**** m the face of hu«e de- years in the business, died at a local hospital Wednesday morn- uret*red n°t long ago when hts eyes hegan failing. He had lived in Ada since 1920 Funeral services will be held Funeral^ rh2:3°iP’ *2* from Smith SmS4"S*SS: bur“1 wlu - ??fen' the time of his in January 2 mdustnal strife equalled ™Lday ©ut of the month for JnS Ll *Li"e?gricu,tural worker Su™    by    many w^ks” the mlikit *mme needed foods to Mid    reconversion    chief Should Rise Rapidly stniSf rJing £urther serious work stoppages, however, production should rise rapidly during the shojid Karteri°L1946’ and ^obs ava,labIe tor most of “Thor!.    he    predicted, te were 2,700,000 active jobseekers early in February m««Kc!T'ay .3»G0O,OOO now. The may increase within the m rnonths, but the aver-MiiM e .c®ming quarter will probably not be above 3,500.000 ” fo^ecast that the federal Jun» J°r. *S.,sJi"al >ear: ending Scholastic Contests Set East Central Resume* Interscholastic and Track Moat for High Schools Freeholder Board To Meet Thursday Night board of freeholders and its eight members * loin Dodds In New Line-Up First Political Campaign For Each; Shard at Freeholders Also Selected Ada voters Tuesday designated Ray Martin and Burrell Oliver as successful candidates for places T?,irl    c°mmission, to join Luke Dodds who in the primary two weeks earlier had clinched his race for mayor. Martin, who became city clerk and commissioner of finance bv appointment on Jan. I. 1945. will miJS!inn°nIy “veteran” on the commission. hJiLeitt!ero Dodds nor Oliver has Ve offlce in the P^t wa* Jif camPaiK? iust concluded made    S    Martin had ever Into Office in May The new city commission will <r*v offlce In early May. The voters also elected two (Tf f™Kmi/ach*ward a c0Lfrr^h(0olrderevirio^Udy C“y nartinoi,ooci 0,f ,he Phallenge of Drew Thomas, making his firs* Official Vote wi£ Md* and ,ie,d'c<:nu>s,s p . _    -    Ada    has    a .n“?‘ 9?n‘ral is Betting ready will wasto no fin. I .'I-    and    l,s    e*8ht members for the first interscholastic meet    10    no    ,lme getting on the job assigned them k, .i “Iff Jtf scholastic con-1 '’"‘Prs of the city.    1    assigned    them    by the STJ™.*1-.™* Friday. Satur-.    ____ Mayor Guy Thrash has called daveniXOffth.k'’,>0rd /or Thura-oVlock'^ & ofTic* “ 7 30 At that time the board mem- fhomJTJ11 Scl0<‘ ‘rem among urn .solves a chairman and a *ecretary and start work,ng out charter.0' S,Udy °f *he 1912 r“y Homma, Who Gave Death Mardi Order, Marshfie^ SgZfePJJ? 2ZSA « In iftin fither was a silversmith.’ *u * ? Green started learning the locksmith business. Later he moved to Crawford, Tex going overland by covered wagon. mov- Cooler Weather Replacing Warmth Br Ilia Associated Prtt Oklahnm 31r nia^s movin#J toward Oklahoma causing the wind to Pd‘‘‘ V!10 northwest is expect-^d to bring cooler weather to- ciav. ,u?.u: t!",e weatherman predicts bv n I ehtf a 11 -o" * "«therPis due and wmdv dav 8 P8r‘ly doudy Guymon, with a top of 93, and 24ehours" 0klShoi^a {or ‘he past whon ft , • morning Court ?oerLfi „CiI,de Kaiser and names From . I ,or£ drew the mrn fr.M . a Jury h"*- Twelve rTot^ei k al Brandjurors. the mil ave been mailed to the men, commanding them to appear before the district court th£ *h1U? y. court official said that the last grand jury held in Pontotoc county was in 1938. The a hm?tertP»mted .OUt. 11181 there is court ftind^“«. of money in the court fund at the present time h^cords aJ the court bouse show that there is $1,517.86 in the court fund now. The length sionmwilihri ?rand jury 18 in ses‘ deteJrmine the amount of money needed. Men selected to Ada Sept 1_ and Sparks Hardware. Later he was at McKendree Hardware locks aiS^f a" eXpert in safe ^    ao.experienc- U    He    Mld in IMO lhat„ he suppose he had worked e mi.hions of locks.” ,th.e widow, Mrs. ivaiie Careen, 214 East Fifteenth- Of Va0ns’.L- °- and H. KS I Ada; two sisters, Mrs. Mary France?"!’ *5^    ’ a"d Mrs Frances Jenkins. Bolivar, Mo. ^lar’Ief" ‘ban the $28.00o;om;. OOO deficit mentioned in the Jan-ua£y budget estimates. The report attributed this ?»*“« to the high level of na- as Several SolM, Among the "solid gains” of the ““IHM closed Snyder listed: I adi^'fr5 °‘w’age and price W^nt have been met in a *7 i^‘‘mmate production with-out losing vital ground to the I rce of inflation. *.lTianaKement contracts f8^bbsb m many major indus-collective bargaining duct/onaSSUFe uninterruPted pro- Track Fast FiJ!le hoindi!5 trac,^ at Norr« Field has been rolled and put f 2xc^,Ient condition. The fle,d,has been mowed . - and the only thing 'n™t'^|Cxeculed in Manila Entries Twenty eight schools have 1-t . 1-2 . t-3 . 1-4 . 1-5 . 2-1 . 2-2 _ 2 3    . 3-1 . 3-2 . 3-3 . 3-4 . 4-1    . 4-2 . 4-3 4-4 Totals IM Hi «7 SI til Hit 137 ISI 41 44 rn 32 95 IOO TS 111 3 o 3 m *7 44 35 72 53 35 109 rn HI ♦ 75 111 SI 59 107 I'M IOO % 2 59 45 25 SS 55 Al 111 54 55 47 2<M ll 55 70 72 KW 55 77 las 7(1 AO 141 144 50 102 122 rn ION 144 113 153 WAYNE RICHARDSON r rn S M: Apnl 3 —lAh—Lt. uen. Masaharu Homma. a blooie iA. u j , -----—« *<t:riiuiu-1    —-    . tered in“fh«.°'A«,,uv,r en- hood over his head and a white It b^ard of 1930 are nn th    ,    commis! J?. »“Ji,5_cuJT,cu‘ar contests. I target over his heart, died twfore ' S?8 iT- H Ebey’ wh<> rerTed 1,52 to Two Were On *32 Board .T^° *Tembcrs of the freehold- use iim me its2 FSS* **1 ii1 votes- Martin^ got 1,359 an J Thomas 1,188 ballots. J ^ace that has been hotly contested since it first opened early this year Oliver for several d™*an rmpIoye of the street with1*11?*"® l”d    Bering wIJJ p-T f* r m the Southwest Pacific, climaxed his first ?°niCw»5amPka^n by ^seating J. D. V» llloughby, public works i5k» ♦•OUrtef.?. •have entered in athletics. While this is not as large a number of entries as in pre-war years, additional entries S the mwteCted bcf°re thc s,ar* College officials say that the car shortage is responsible for fewer entries than in pre-war years Many individuals have old U. S. army firing squad earlvrii »’.........V* w*we, this morning, calm and silent to -- S,ey* %vho served the end. commissioner 1,010 with a vote of The total of 2.662 HrfLlhey hesitate to take on long me exec Ives, and manv srhrwti k,‘ Tjib __ r !t(S,ky Japanese, who was General _ Mac Arthur’s foe in the died f e °J fhe Philippines, rnnreh Z tt°rdenn« tbe death ■ ! on Bataan and condoning ippines atrocities in the Phil- Tho execution tfwiir pin cl* ?'?rp; and J- !    !n‘bi*    raw.    topped'the as sccre- I J"osday rl.ction and fell some • f. , 7° S b*'lHW the Primary bal- execution ti>ok on_. the grand ss els?—jp« mss Si S SBjA&.'WRA fix T-    |    - Mod Oklahomans Okay hr Driving DO (of (Meeting Here This Week the Chambe" ofnCommereey an-nounced W ednesday that the regear weekly Chamber of Com ?K-sd!!;nChe0n "U1 not be held be?/ e325*nJ« ■the Incheon etui Sr ?! thls week 1S be-^a ^ tiaf coffee shop is under-gomg a aace lifting job. work^h,? t,haVi’e 1)000 busily at work this week painting and re- whe-e 1‘the rlhe I Aldndge hotel cheon6 is heldCgUlar Weekly luo' La*« Than 12 Far Cant Of Applicants Fail, or Hava Restrictions Ordered Head the Ada N^^Tw^t Ads. Sa»Poo1 and Roy L. Lol-ar a'l of Ada; George Breed<ar» Emmit Bradford, E. ll. Hudson' F Th?WSOn' ?ube Murphy, H’ f lu thompson. Herbert L. Griffith, Oren Phillips and H. F I, OKLAHOMA CITY AdHI ? ai of Hoff; C. W. Nel- .^V^he    Oklahoma    highway    na- Fr a ncis amt T^iur^n^ri Hens°n of I ll0    ajnounced    today    that    less 2, Ada    Tllly    of    Route    SjSJ? P/r coot of the 14,008 ap- sj^&rw-ta- in 14*008 examined, 1,535— or 10.9 per cent—failed to pass including a76 who did not mss tions^and^T written examma-a driving ^7v/h9aPPoared for dnfwi” 8 Wltb mechanica ootecis in their vehicles. n,rKlyor for cent of the total ♦ 2 aPPllcants were given sr rf ha    licenses, which pre- fwnLfCmed,es for Physical dis Vigorous programs have been ?ZmUlaUid to meet the most crft leal shortages, most notably in stiles and housing.” y ii saying these factors may cn!ieVe inflationary pressure to 2?ffoe4.eXtenti Snyder singled out inn«    0 a*S ♦ Ule Single most ser- 5reat to Successful completion of reconversion.” reconversion director said 7 t^eRmJTiag/;price policy should as 2    i    living    costs as a whole and added that the Dav i„ »    , lu senior 1 «*»«i,i.sniin niui their dM*!JaVWeeu did^ot reach disgrace. Homma breakdowns °" beCaUS“ <>f b- ' C omplete Schedules evInt,?P schedules of all events are printed elsewhere in this issue of the Journal. Judges .SmhI*6 ,acul‘y. members will their f?/|Srf3..fCUrrlrular evpnts in ," 'L :Li t0].spwiallZil‘ion. Tile hanged in I*i«v»n -    ------d headed the Japanese in victory in the Philippines-Yamashi ta rn defeat Another Jap Hanged Thirty minutes died, Ll. Gen. tory. Elected in the vote of Tuesday I ,c>ting. a«J°u7    i,r7ommy Maines    _,Martin carried    IO    precincts    to andWondell Thomas: Ward 2—    Jh?1IJlas 9 Oliver swept    14    boxes SJVW and Dr- c F. Spen-    to Willoughby s    * Joe’ H^nsle?"''Ward W^kCHaHd 1 tv, 0nkUI Vot* ToUls McMillan and W. ‘ll Eltv    , T,/‘e,    I579 vo“'r* who The board has 60 days in which rwJI stamped their approval on to prepare recommendations for 1 time    aIth«ugh    this l,ror he had no opposition. The official vote totals in the llTi eh.rterame,,dme,,‘ ot ,he criticism as bein/TnTfVicient^n'd Tu-r-sday «‘ectinJT^»' .h.afdicaEp,"B city official, ln their efforts to administer city duionl r VaSt'y chanB‘d con- Mar- Charles I. Brydia Visiting in Ada Now Resident of Pontiac, IU; Was Living in Ada In 1910 |weather| ** ' "     .. OKLAHOMA—Fair tonight and Thursday, somewhat choler- low-est temot ratures 40 Panhandle to tr5cm°cU,ea°fL,0mgh,: ^Cere? ha ™e ThuViday. uarnu‘r « Pan- meCmKreofSthBeryAd?’ ^h° Was 8 labilities" in 1910, is in Ada this week visa6 in Jha nui’]b<!r °f applicants fail-mg his two brotheA^in? a sStar"    to    «he cities in A resident of Pontiac? Ilb Mr' -.7 Is visiting a number of old Tuesday??/8 H* arrived in Ada luesoay and expects to return to his home next week wH‘s7,‘°‘hefs ‘re Fred and T. Joe    hWterand    M'8’ —-————4c__* An efficient dairy cow nm MtoU r8 poupds of edible milk “1Ad?‘or each IOO pounds of db gcstible nutrients in her feed. 246iCof 4ho7're!examine‘d?Swere ma C f? W.”* at Oklaho-ma City, 202 of 2,050 at Tulsa* U26    Claremore;    174 of 1,126 at McAlester; 227 of 1J90 at 254 rfTiisf 8*°Jn1*-7?3 at Linton; •4 w -j I a^ Clinton; 24 of 721 at Enid. and 66 of 1,110 at Perry. 3-—Vt) WASHINGTON. April UFA today removed price con- f± LT..*1! Christmas dlco?S: tion*ron!Jer ?kf tes, and combina Hon roller skates and shoes. (Continued on Page 4, Column 4) Oil Rivalry in New Phare, Say Reds % MOSCOW, April 3, (A1)— Devoting one third of a page to a re- An vin °A the questi°n of oil in Anglo-American relations,” Izves- entprlS y thatuoil rivalry had mfl    new Phase since the end of the war. No matter how the English monopolies endeavor to obstruct IP™??1 Lw.ith Moo,OOO.OOO ana the offensive of American capital 7?'. back for more money if he the serious shifting of positions " m2? '*• ‘r,?cka"d field events will be run aii.1 ^ the supervision of Brid?aCndDarEdM^,edy Mt" Housing Measure Pasi Commiffee Truman'* Emergency Legislation Approved Today __p A^?irJ<iJ(->N, April 3.—(/p) President Truman’s emergency i nu    —    —    —   1UIU wraaaaa11^ legislation, including I aff    Cu*nftences of extenuation” $600,000,000 for building materi- \ I* study of thc case, als siihci/tioe ...  A short timt*     * w,afler Homma itroo u j Hikotaro Tajima .nt    tbe atr°eity slay- fn ° Vlree American naval fliers in May, 1944 Horn1,'.lr1. Fjreeptible emotion.------- 222 t strode to the execution ! candidates scene between an escort formed ”*    * * walked* w?th 'him8    A ChapIaln «nrt?/?ma/d rcad ,he charge? finding and sentence Appeal Rejected Cm-r?c£°nqueror of Bataan and Corridor was convicted bv an ManUaaiWh 1,h nFy *rulbunal in Manna Feb. ll. The United . dos. S/P‘erne court rejected Serve Without Pay nJhK..vniem^rS SCrve without cal heto Can C necessary cleri- Results of the voting in the Where more than two W rd f VTe °n tho Iist we*-e: w ,, ?Jommie Maines. 452-Wendell 44.5- O F Albin 127; Clyde Click. 152* Goodman l^td iVa,kfr* 37R: Tom UTOdman, 161; Joe Hensley, 244. Each ward has two representatives on the board. P W ap50al /rem the death'rentonre" JPd a .[ew weeks later General ^ticvn d,riUphold the tribunal’s declaring he could -find nIf^^S,Ub!idiesJ was unanimously Republicans supported the ?fZT,e a‘ter losing 12 to 6 an $300 OOO non    ce su.bsidy fund to rM® ^nator Capehart L.Ii ^ overed the motion and ffa,d JVf W*H take his fight for it to the senate floor. te^wfun^w^*?0115!08 HxPedi-. ^Ptt ^ould start the and ♦,n« short time before MacArthur announced his decision, Homma’s er at h^Tokt^h^11^ commanc*-did la 4 Tokv? headquarters. She t u °t appeal for the life of her husband, but said hic    A “would be a great loss to ?hJ    |VV    °    Cove City* Ark * world.”    h JOSS to the Burchflei came to Indian terri- lory 63 years ago and settled at Father of Two Of State Newsmen Dies #John Burchfield, 74, Of Bristow Passes BASTOW. Okla., April 3, OW *hW ‘armorCa'nde father oV two I trrasurM^i.tlS'fl,*0'' prlc'el«* his^home    '    ^TbSfu^ *br°ughout the Mayor—Dodds. 1,579. ti/Commisrioner A :¥9; Thomas. 1.188. Public Works Commissioner— F?Z’h iS52’ ^teughby, 1,010. Freeholders, Ward I—Tommie 445*nOrl ^lndel1 Thomas. A5Ci?ckeyi52F’ Alb1"’ I27: Clyde Freehotoers Ward 2-Charle* F. Spencer. 249; C. W. Floyd. 277 ‘*Rnd’*ehwdieierS’ Ward J~M* w* ?nRod - Wallkw, 37B; Tom Good-in.Tn, 161 J,>e W, Hensley, 244 Freeholders, Ward 4—VV H ?\ND8 Fini?d? McM'Ua“. 576." f°r county and state offices must be done in the five days beginning April 22 and the races will be oq in earnest locking toward the early July primary election. NEW YORK, April 3.— Dwight D Eisenhower was it 30 honorary fellow for life of the Metropolitan Museum of Art yesterday for the part he played overseas in saving art treasures menaced by War Eisenhower in an' acceptance Said tbe honor belonged to the men and officers of the in the struggle for oh Comes flttinaaiVlm0ir!*aPParent 3S bene* rnlSj* tatter,” the governor newspaper said. t»ri€c0f thf most obvious tea-supporting this reasoning * Sla eontinued, was a British-1945    ?.?.    ag[!e,me,?t    of    Sept.    24, 1945, by which the paper said* American oil industrialists not controTol}aAed to J^oioet firm hnt^ ^American’s oil output, recognition for their arerS ? XP^ted Principle in re- 5estia sab?Wfh 1StA1CtS’’’ which Iz’ \estia said the American described as Far East press !?ouse had refused any money for subsidies, which Mr. Truman called the “very heart” ciiHna^r°gram’ and als° Cut out ceiling prices on existing residen- ported yinM//- ,Hrma was re-ported ill of typhus in Tokvn Imperial^ University hospital The KvHdUaS daughter, Michiko,' told Kyodo news agency; mv fathprT °J tho execution of mind as I hllve** pTt?edHt(friend TP°,ter f°r tho 0ktahoma City because of) father's irritation to    and    another.    Ed,    is    a    Vnit- awaiting execution.”    ln,td    Press    bureau    editor    at    Okla- Choska, Wagoner county. He D°d , bls. wife. Rebecca Morton FhJir !n 'hHCr<', ° have ob*«rvcd next Jui? wcddlnK anniversary One of his sons, Henr>% is a PESSIMIST Of Bob Blank*. Jr AWATER. April 3, (.in. ces. In addition to seeking quick ac-(ion on the veterans hiding pro-gram, senate leaders hoped for Taft0" toil1. the Wa«nor-Ellender- would a"d rit"f,e to'08'?’ , U “hliaMxJ cities to redevelop nn t nf I areas* continue sup-port of low-rent public housing. and extend federal mortgace guarantees to new fields. Actu? Miss Kuteva Pugh.^Vite bru^ OkaUhTm'CT TCd from Ba'ko. ) ? bas beeh selected by nPoWers- of ,he world-tom? New Tori/ ^°d.h‘"J Age"Cy in kA * k* as the first of five and M. 2S5SS °klah°ma A d^*^^ ass,1-: Wtore Belected by P ph S    21,    entries.    Miss Of four nth    ng    W,th th°Se ii th I, er ^ueens- will appear JskiiL0 C° ge yoarbook. the Red homa City. gnn«UIpiviJg aJP° are f°ur other v?He rlfl a£d °scar of H°rter-anri T^ni VRaymond of Bristow, 3    °    •    L°uis;    three daughters. Mrs. E. N. Barlow and tow' ande'\TLeS|>ley’ b0th °f BriS* of    7^ s‘ FJoyd K- Marston of Eaton Rouge, La and a brother. Tant of Cedarville, Ark A2?*feT, s?n-. U- R D. Burchfiei! was killed in action over Germany in April. 1945.    * ^.Services will be at 2 p. m Thursday at Rrjstow with b . j in Memorial Park at Tulsa. I ve?^U?AH?w'am«m‘ in-I vested—Ada News Classified Ads Another good way t’ make n enemy is t’ meet a friend an ask if he’s been sick. Tiler s a heap o’ difference between alterin’ a husband 30 * las! year’* dress. ;