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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - April 19, 1937, Ada, Oklahoma Monday april 19, 1937the Ada evening news Page three rebellious son horizontal i biblical character. 7 he was the son of a David. 11 to chop. 12 Constellation. 13 Stream. 14 fuel. 16 like. 17 twitching. 18 destinies. 20 consumer. 22 form of 23 to rub. 25 musical note. 26 brains. 27 hair tools. 31 ass. 34 abundance. 36 contests of Speed. 37 Blue grass. 39 Stair Post. 40 Frozen desserts. 41 stage play. 43 Valley. Answer to previous Puzzle u in l sin la q Omaha Aihoa Shii Aalama Emma i is Bibb so q mph sch a do Aas on Ana Aas bub Aua Hoara of kids Dan a Lupe Velez 44 to scatter. 45 personal contribution. 47 to perish. 48 Ell. 49 compensates. 50 to deliver. Vertical 1 exclamation. 2 commenced. 3 to kill a Fly. 4 musical note. 5 English Coin. 6 bulks. 8 part of Eye. 52 paid publicity. 9 More fasted 53 fat. Ious. 55 unit. I Oto depart. 57 soft feathers. 15 furnishes 59 valiant Man. With sewers 60 sluggish. 17 fell Down. 61 to carry. 18 he was j David so child. 19 local positions. 21 he against his father. 24 by. 26 stepped. 28 Bashan King. 29 male. 30 planted. 32 balloons Basket. 33 he was killed by 35 having Confidence. 37 jail. 38 one that amuses. 41 arid. 42 devoured. 45 Small child. 46 finish. 49 Golf teacher. 51 period. 54 measure of area. 56 Northeast. 58 grief. Contract Bridge by William e. Mckenney defensive player signals partner with High card for return that defeats Good contract a we would have beaten that contract if Only i could have put you in a is one of the frequent Post Morten remarks of Bridge players. There Are numerous situations in which one player holds a Tenace and is certain that the averse Honor is held by the Declarer but does not know How to reach the partners hand so that the a killing play May be made. Sometimes the problem is unsolvable but often there is a sound solution if the players will co operate properly in the Early stages of play. In today a hand mrs. E. M. Hoffmeier of new York former president of the women a auxiliary of the american Bridge league held the East hand in a recent duplicate game and her partner was or. H. J. Voyel. The doctors problem was to get a Lead to his Ace and Queen of hearts. Mrs. Hoffmeier by her play to the first trick showed him How to do it. The bidding is very Good. South has a sound opening West a hand quite Strong enough for his Overall and North a jump to four Spades is in Accord with the Best practice showing a Good hand to play at Spades but denying slam probabilities. Or. Vogel had a difficult problem in choosing a Lead but finally opened the club. Mrs. Hoffmeier with her weak hand immediately grasped the defensive problem. She played the Queen of clubs under Dummy Sace to show her partner that he could under Lead the King to put her in for a Lead through the hearts in which it was obvious that West held a ten Ace position. Declarer Drew Trumps then led a Diamond which Vogel won. A Small club was led mrs. Hoffmeier w on with the Jack and led a heart. Thus East and West made to o hearts one club and one Diamond due to Fine defensive co operation. Today a contract problem South is playing the contract at six Spades. Apparently he must depend for his 12th trick on a finesse in hearts or clubs or can he play his cards so that he will make the contract if East holds either the heart Ace or the club King a 10 9 8 5 3 v 7 3 a a k 4 a 37 Blind n w e s dealer Blind a a q j 7 a k2 a q j 8 2 a a q 6 All Vul. Opener a 4. Solution in next Issue. 19 a j 10 8 7 2 a j 3 a q96 a a 5 a3 a a 10 7 4 a a7 a Kio 8 7 4 n w e s dealer a 5 4 �652 a 10 8 3 2 a q j 9 3 a a k 9 6 a k9 8 a k j 54 a 6 2 duplicate All Vul. South West North East i a 2 a 4 a pass pass pass opening Lead a 7. 19 leaders threaten action general motors plants unless strike is settled in Oshawa ont. April 19�?gp> a spread of the general motors strike to the United states within a few Quot Days was expected by United automobile workers Union leaders today As Premier Mitchell Hepburn warned of a More drastic action to halt a a invasion of Ontario by the Cio. It was Learned from the Union that officials expected to order a walkout from general motors plants in the United states unless the Oshawa strike which has kept 3,700 workers Idle is settled. Leaders of the automobile workers Union an affiliate of the John l. Lewis committee for Industrial organization were known to have discussed spreading the strike below the Border yesterday after the collapse of Hepburn a second major Effort to Settle the walkout with Cio organizers barred from the negotiations. Union officials said they Felt general motors had broken two agreements with them in not settling the Oshawa strike which entered its twelfth Day today. The first was the february agreement in Detroit and the second Union leaders said was reached last thursday in Detroit to cover the Canadian situation. It was this understanding that formed the basis of the abortive saturday conference called by Premier Hepburn and w hich he charged failed when c. H. Millard local Union head a double crossed him. Homer Martin president of the International Union United automobile workers of America declared last night no strike would be called in the United states a tomorrow a after flying to Flint mich., for Oshawa. A there will be no strike a he said hesitated and added a at least not tomorrow a Hepburn declared he had received a definite knowledge from police that Cio organizers were trying to being on strikes at the International Nickel mine Naii Sudbury and in the Kirkland Lake and Porcupine mining areas in Northern Ontario. The government he said was keeping a close Check on George Anderson Cio organizer for the mine Mill and smelter workers and other organizers and proposed to Deal promptly with any difficulties that might develop. Up by or. Morris Fishbein Pope relaxes Vatican City april 19�?cp a Pope Pius cancelled All audiences today and remained in his private apartment upon the advice of his physician or. Aminta Milani who anxiously warned him to curtail his activities. Vatican prelates said the holy fathers condition remained reasonably satisfactory but that he must take increasing care of his health. Much rest Good diet will help Ward off bronchial infections Nea service if w e remember that the mucous membranes of the breathing tract Are continuous beginning with those of the nose and Throat and running Dow n into the lungs we understand Why it is possible for infections to begin in any part of this tract and then extend to other parts. As has already been mentioned in the discussion of pneumonia infections of these mucous membranes seem to damage them to such an extent that thereafter they appear to be More liable to additional infections. Infections of the Respirator tract Are especially common in countries in which there Are rapid changes in temperature and humidity. For that reason those persons subject to repeated infections of this Type should if possible live in regions where the climate is fairly stable. A in to coughing spells. At first the cough is often hard dry and painful but later it tends to loosen up particularly if remedies Are Given that help increase the amount of secretion. If a person w Ith such a cough and inflammation of the bronchial tubes is immediately put to bed in a room that is Well ventilated but not cold he benefits promptly. In his treatment the doctor prescribes sedative remedies that w ill help the patient rest at night and also drugs that Are valuable in the treatment of various kinds of coughs. Some of these remedies tend to loosen the cough. At the same time the action of the bowels is regulated. Sometimes inhalations of steam which serves to moisten the air Are prescribed. Occasionally this steam is medicated w Ith soothing oils or w Ith preparations such As Benzoin. In general doctors Are inclined to the belief that it is primarily the steam and secondarily the medication that is important. The patient should take plenty of hot liquids such As Tea and Citrus fruit drinks. As he improves his diet is supplemented w Ith nourishing milk preparations. Vatican City april 19.�?ct Pope Pius cancelled All audiences today and remained in his private apartment upon the advice of his physician. Resolution whereas the Board of education of the City of Ada of the state of Oklahoma a body corporate and duly organized and existing As the corporate authority of the City school District comprising said City of Ada and the outlying territory annexed thereto for school purposes has determined the assessed valuation of said Board of education for the fiscal year beginning july i 1937 and ending june 30. 1938 is not sufficient by a Levy of five Mills to create a fund sufficient to provide the funds that will be required to be raised by taxation for the support and maintenance of the schools controlled by said Board of education for the said fiscal year and. Whereas it has been determined that an additional Levy of ten Mills will be required for such support and maintenance now therefore be it resolved by said Board of education that a special election be called for the purpose of submitting to the qualified voters of said school District comprising said City and territory annexed thereto for school purposes the question of increasing the Tovy of said school District in the amount and for the purposes As above set Forth. Adopted and approved this 5th Day of april 1937. Seal Don Evans president Board of education of the City of Ada of the state of Oklahoma. Attest Mabel brow All clerk. Ada Oklahoma. April 5, 1937 election proclamation Ender and by virtue of a Resolution passed by the Board of education of the City of Ada. State of Oklahoma at a meeting held on the 5th Day of april 1937 Public notice is hereby Given that a special election is hereby ordered and proclaimed to be held in said school District comprising said City and the territory annexed thereto for school purposes on the 4th Day of May 1937, for the purpose of submitting to the qualified electors of said school District the following proposition a shall there be made a ten Mill tax Levy in excess of the Max Levy allocation not to exceed five Mills to be made by the county excise Board of Pontotoc county for school purposes pursuant to the statutes of the state of Oklahoma upon the assessed valuation of All property within the school District controlled by the Board of education of the City of Ada Oklahoma for the purpose of paying the current expenses of said school District for the fiscal year beginning july i 1937?�?� the polls shall be opened at 6 of clock a. In. And closed at 7 of clock p. In. The number and location for the polling places shall be As follows for All wards within the City limits and for the outlying territory City Hall convention Hall said election to be conducted by the regular election officers. Witness my hand As president of said Board of education affixed in the City of Ada. In the state of Oklahoma this 5th Day of april 1937. Seal Don Evans president Board of education of the City of Ada Oklahoma. Attest Mabel b Roan a la clerk. Requirements for Esti mated Liy Hoard of education general control a a a salaries of superintendent clerk and clerical help________$fi.050.00 office supplies printing and audit _____________________$750.00 instructional a ii salaries of teachers $121,000.00 instructional a a it instructional supplies_____$750.00 school library___________$3,000.00 operation a a cd janitor salary___________$8,703.00 janitor supplies __________$100.00 Light Power fuel and Telephone ____________________$1,000.00 maintenance a it maintenance of building and grounds-----------------$2,000.00 fixed charges a of a insurance and special tax paving ________________$3,000.00 permanent improvement a a a furniture and fixtures new---------------------$1,000.00 instructional apparatus new---------------------$1,500.00 const of new building__$13,598.00 total general $171,811.00 estimates or available income and Revenue budget requirements 1937-1938 ----------------------$171,811.00 less estimated surplus $10,000.00 state primary Aid $30,000.00 total __________________$10,000.00 balance ---------------$131.81 Lor add 10ro for delinquent tax $13,181.10 total _________________$144,992.10 i Jesse estimated income other than tax $55,000.00 balance required by tax Levy ___________________$89,992.10 Seal Don Evans. President Board of education City of Ada state of Oklahoma attest Mabel brow a la clerk. 4 -15 41 there seems to be Good evidence that the condition of these mucous membranes depends largely on the general Hygiene of our bodies. If wre cultivate a Good hygienic condition with sufficient rest and a Good diet we do much to strengthen the resistance of these membranes to infection. Cold and chill a Lack of vitamins and minerals in the diet overwork and excess in the use of alcohol and tobacco All seem to weaken resistance of the mucous membranes in the Throat and lungs. Doctors usually classify bronchitis according to the parts of the nature of the infections. Acute bronchitis is fairly common in old people and in children particularly in the latter in connection with specific infections such As measles whooping cough and Scarlet fever. Not infrequently As has already been mentioned a common cold that begins with a disturbance of the nose May extend to the Throat and eventually to the lungs. In addition irritation of the mucous membranes of the bronchial tubes May be caused by inhaling irritant gases such As Ether and chlorine and the gases of refrigerators such As Sulphur dioxide and ammonia. The organism usually found in these mucous membranes is the pneumococcus which causes pneumonia yet it is also possible for other germs such As Streptococci and those of influenza to infect the membranes. The bronchitis victim usually is slightly sick somewhat hoarse often Short of breath and subject Chicago april 19. A up a Charles s. Blackett 75, a Federal judge in Alaska during the Gold Rush nearly 40 years ago died yesterday. Joe Sprague jeweler dependable watch and jewelry repairing 123 West main s. L. Van Curon contractor and builder plans and estimates 25 years in Ada phone 1678 Cochran automotive service 204 n. Conin ant phone 24x3 general Auto repair we Lake a personal interest in your car. V. 141111111 Itil fill l i u i Iii 11 l l i ii i i i i 11 l l i i i l l 111\ try Grade a raw7. Guernsey milk and Cream delivered twice daily Watson Dairy phone 1932 Robbins grocery and service station open sundays we est 18th and Highway 12 incomplete line Staple and fancy j groceries Texaco Gas and Oil so Jack s tavern West y new main a place Beer and sandwiches 917 we est main i Ujj electrical repairing j in. B. Smith i 806 East main Call 1442 for health and Beauty Bath re contouring method for shaping body to Beautiful lines Joe Ett Beauty shop 306 e. Main phone 2060 electro Lux j cleaners and air purifiers i Call 839 i for service or free demonstration h. G. Story j Carl Gayle j Penney Sahi goes on Sale tuesday 8 a. In Towel Mill ends a turn 4 4k 4k 4&. Unbeatable values children s anklets a stripes a patterns a solid colors to 4 pm mercerized and Rayon plaited anklets in All the most popular colors. This assortment includes the new rubber tops As Well As cuffs we Don t think you la be Able to equal them at anywhere near this Price Sam Ulm printed Batiste in in a fast color a remarkable value an Opportunity like this does t happen often so buy All you la need for your own smart Wash a frocks and for children s things Lovely Clear colors that w ill Wash beautifully. Newest Spring prints. 35/36 in. Wide. Mem Russ is men did you Ever see such value shirts and shorts 1 nai1 v a. Full of Quality shirts it Swiss ribbed Cotton. Nicely made comfortable a Supply limited a better buy note shorts of Strong Broadcloth Snappy patterns fast colors you la pay More later men get pm now at a saving men savings in fancy shirts a Isu Craft collars a full Cut sizes a fast colors Iii yes sir these shirts Cor bin top Quality and Low Price Complete with pockets and non Wilt collars. 7-Button fronts latest designs Snappy new colors now s the time to get a Supply. Step Lively men each Large size Whites coloured ends double weave Terry Bath towels coloured Borders or solid colors 20x40 inches size extraordinary values 15c sensationally priced vat dyed Wash frocks 43�?~ you can to have too Many of these Good to look at com men s fancy Cotton Rayon socks in portable to Wear frocks they re of Avenue vat prints that tub like new. Breath taking values to be sure sizes 14 to 44. 8-i. 500 sheets knee length mesh Hose cleansing tissue 39% summer shades 17c women s Rayon panties a give away Price i c c for such Quality i amp incomparable1 knit Rayon panties in tailored Semi tailored and lace trimmed styles. They re amply Cut they la launder easily and Wear exceptionally Well ladies silk hosiery full fashioned 43%. Don t miss this value 81-Inch unbleached sheeting 23% a Good Quality crinkle Cotton Den Codea be 80x105 g up g Gold Green 3 each Lander w Rose Blue Large assortment ladies a Rabuck sandals straps and ties Choice All sizes also fabric sandals. Also Beach sandals. A sensational value panne Satin slips 79�?~ done to miss this value so Lovely and sleek you a expect them to Cost much More Bias Cut with v or bodice tops embroidery and lace trimmed models. 32 to 44. Tea Rose. Ada s busiest store

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