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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - December 21, 1948, Ada, Oklahoma place of CMMm they did but they ore bock b, of tftis week AaSIt of etrcolsulos.- 9022 THE ADA EVENING NEWS FINAL EDITION 211 Eire Becomes Independent State Today For Freerfom Tokes I DUBLIN, Dec. 21, W) Eire became a free and1 independent republic- today. Irela rut's centuries-long and often, bloody struggle for free- dom came to peaceful end as President Scan T. O'Kelly sinn- ed Eire out of the British com- O'Kelty approved; a. bill ot the Irish constitutional tw between Eire- and the British crown and corn naon we'n-i th. repent actually becomes effective on an "independence day" which Prime- Minister Jshti A. CfwWto's- government is ex- to- proclaim early in. the dnlay will give the t w o time to work out a acw 8-Iiiinment of economic- and politi- cal relationships. Began In UW The English conquest of Ire- land began, with an invasion in 1169 n-nct was holped by a rift among Irish, chieftains. But it ran into stiff resistance. The- Irish foufih.t for freedom In- IB-H, 1649 and 1'SftO. Then, the went imdcrftrnund for more 100 They rose in 1803, 18-18 nnd But it was. tho bloody rebel- liofl nf relfi and' the KUerriHa war of which finally brn-fte British authority. The rebellion planned by the citizen army the li-ft wines-, o-f -the vol'un- and sinn fein, In the-- fiuprrilln war thnt fol- lowed, Britain used: the hated in- an effort to hold' her position. CThcir mime from- the eotnr of their uni- ABA, OKLAHOMA, TOESBAY, DECEMIEfc 2l, IMS FIVE CENTS ?Kf CQfY BigThree Government For W. Berlin Finolfy Acr After Set Up Puppet Government In lost Berlin i BERLIN. Dec.. 3t United States. Britain and France announced today a three cower eovernmen-t for Berlin without Russian participation. The French, commandant. Gen. Jean Ganeval. read a three-power statement savins: Reds Can Csme Baefc "If Soviet authorities: either now or at some future d'e-- cide !o abide by the agreement to u'h-ic-h the four powers s-re corn- milted, the quadripartite ad-rnin- Former State Department Plunges To Death Suspect in Spying Case Dutch Land On Sumatra i-stra.'.ioa -surced. of Berlia b3- re- RepuWkon fenxvt Titm to WOK BT KENNE1H tffiES Java, Bee. 21, New Qutch forces landed' on matra today and the Dutch press- ed; their advantage in- Java. The AfR ARMLESS Pttrcett ftftetl from a ttam in b-y ralEroad engineer Henry E. Lee t B.. watches. Grace was beta wSUs only B'ut slie waved so to. trains passws t more than- SKOQO to assure sfeft ffFuws. Mr. Lee, fed the- drive te seeu-re her sirtifwst Kmfis, Gjtace to fan-to EOF examinutrwts a-irtl fittings. Bis- eiwplayers, the_ Central at fteorgra Rajfrnarf, el'hl their bat by stopptes: Hanks, H at just to aEeowtwod'ate little Grase. rmito) atura al'thoirsrh raa-lfeing that ow- v ,f ine to- the Soviet obstruction it The Dutch, landed forces at Ba- will only be possible; for them to carry ou-t their administration irt.----.-- the we.itern sector J tor the pres.- j Posiee uuK.Ttmsgi krcrr. The western comrnandante re- j, called that the Susisans disrupt- ed four power government b-y withdra-win? tram- the komrna-n-d- Joycee-Orpbons Party Tonight One of Major Features Now of Final Week Pre-Christmas cuy m east of Mea-an. of all tiie- sovernmfints which set ;t UP-" Slave LOTUT ExlWEtea Since the Russians set up a i-n the four-power government, it i expected the, west I- ing severs.! Americans, have been tinrepo-rted since Saturday. Cirt Transport Lines The Dutch appeared to- be methodically across re- fc-arisport lines ia Java wv YOUNG MASTER IN eUrteteBsew, 15, of pt Wy ewes te tile to his Aaf, Susie, whis-h he hoUtng aftetta-itelj t was was owtSKfe, a hole. wait af toe fcaemrottess raa iwtdteir Eke catewj throseti a- btitBt section and awakened itt Ume tar iseape the Haases, (N-E'A Th e German admin.istratl.on elected Dec. 5 in the- west urged cur- 1 .n______ ____ ____ third.! i'argest city in Java- and scene of the corarr.unist uprising- put down Tonight the big event of the Christmas is the annual in lirita-i-n passed a javCM'.o1-p-haRs warty at the Baptist Orphanage at Byng bill which Bpph-L The occasion- starts at 7 The Sinn- Fomcr.i won the ivnd, nwctinK irt Dublin as the cla-il (national passed a declaration, of indepen- dence. British opinion; rorrod Ih-im.e Minister David Lloyrl Grni'Ke to prrtcr negotiations with the? then pi-trident of the d'ail, EaiTion D.P- VMern, In De- cember (921 fe er WASHINGTON, Dec. 21, Rep. Mufidt (R-S0) said today he hopes the house un-American ac- i lire state's chief executive said out lights, duties the special of-1 snpw in- the cejfttral Rocky moun, appreci-lthe which fecrs tave carried out the j. tain states- cn a report the ?on -a the aortb leress on its past for home, but would sit inside until we left. Then, there are- the stive type of Himilies. who on j January 4. should give equal pn- past. hearing that they were being I ority to- finances for highway carolled to. would dash madly j construction and- state arovmd in the nouse to fix. coj- i common school's. fee and prepare- cookies for the guests. They wera so occupied. in their endeavor to please us that they missed most of the singing, and by the time they were prepared, we would be- Rone to another house.. Two of the most pleasing things- to a group eif carolers is to have rity-employed pb-inclothesmani thrnorth central reg-ton tonight, will1 replace th-e-special merchant foil n-wnr the Great Lakes committee will enarrse us police arrangement .vhich. has in use- here for years. officer will be responsible r southern- border of the snow belt, i persons for checking doors and turning.! There aJsek waj some light j. up'pet Mississippi valley a-ndj methods to insure faiter hearinss mixed with, rain along the [for future- witnesses and accused The actinjf chairman told re- fnr tpn d-avs potters t.a-t to the ten days rremSe.S wiii concen WEATHER OKLAHOMA fnir tonight Wednesday: colder tonight and- southeast Wednesday: Low torviftht 20-25 northwest to 30 so.ttfhensf; north to high Wednesday Sk50 south. Turner said the legisla-ture should decide about the diver- sion of the in tag. tax from the highway funds when- it formulates, its school- finance profiram for th-e next biennium. The auto and farm truck tax Bu.t he will have authority the-nght-sn.ow present set-up, lacks; he will be1-Atlantic ments. Said- authorized1 to make arrests, to carry a, gun and to- function as, area had 2SvOW workers finishing aa officer of the city. [the job of refaovinff the fall ol The- older arrangement has no 19.5 inches o-ver the weekend., police jurisdiction, far the "door Most transportation lines- were he is riot commissioned, i running, near normal. The canoot make arrests or carry a caused nearly 'a score of deaths in gun and as he is- employed northeast s-tates. is presently ear-marked' for com-' rectTy by the rnerehaots, they are j: The southern half of the eoun- mon- schoolt. Th-e governor has. naWe for his acts. i try had fairly mild tempera-tares, cone on record for the return----------------------------------------- Miami's 84 -was the- nation s fiigtt- SLai-es. 'The New 'York wilt for 3g to each second, to be in-vited in by so-me- otte- who can plaj' the piano or organ, and who will furnish ae'- com-panim-eot to the s-insers. The most appreciative- audi- ences, are often older people who- are ill or invalid-. They seldom express much praise in words but their thank? clearly show ir. their eyss, For 2-1-38 Missou-ri, Kansas. Oklahoma arurt Nebraska temperature will average about S- degrees above seasonal normal with cold- est Saturday and Sunday; light to. moderate snow and-. Friday and ram or Kansas and Oklahoma Thursday and. Friday; and Mis- souri ROAD AWARDS SOON OKLAHOMA CITY. Dec. 21. totaling taiil be' let by the- state- highway cowunission Jan. money to the highway when provisions', are replace the amount in aid for schools. Turner said the h-i-ghway com- mission will not have adequate funds for the proposed construc- tion pro-gram next jear. It will be- the legislature's, job, he ad- ded, to rfe-tarmine the finances. for road' cosstruction. KRLD's Towers Topple Over DAL1AS. Te-x.. Dec. 21. Radioi station KKLU's two foot towers toppled over today, Seventy-seven miles of propos- j- causing; the watt to ed farm-to-rnarltet roads will suspend its prograroi comprise the major part the Manager Clyde- Bembert said expenditure. They are- expected "we have no- why the- tow- to cost est yesterday. Keith's Bam Gone Third Time bound -I a gujf that is Card! CHAJOJTE, Kas... Dec. Knetzler's is gon-e asain, the third this year. This oHe was ai f completed last Saturday. f Flames destroyed, the foot structure early this al-oas with the tools used! by the earuentersv Kaetzler's bam tronbtes began last spring whenv a tarnado-_whisk- ed tfe-e btriJ-ding- oo Ms ferra 12 miles east of ftere. A few days Jeter thf frame- work and rafters at bam .Nbv' 2 leveled by z windstorm-. ftre today Kp. 3 and cleaa. altering procedure at committee hearings. Although the group- plans no further public meetings this- year, it scheduled a closed-door session tomo'rrow with Francis. Bi Sayre, former assistant secretary of state, and his, Secretary Anna Belle Newcornbi Sayre, now a 17. S. de-Fegate to the Nations, formerly headeti the state department of- fice where Al-ger Hiss once- work- ed. Hiss saw is awaiting a fed- eral court trial o-n charges tha-t he lied when he denied handing, out secret official- papers to- Whittak- er Chambers, one- time- Red- spy ring courier, some ten years ago. Sayre, who has prornised to- do- all he can- la help, clear up the Hiss-Chambers case, was dot to appear today before a federal jury in New. Tork which has bees- conducting a> separate investigation of communist FEBEU ARi' DRAFT ftfOIA K OKLAHOMA CITS', 0ec. draft q.ttota for February has been set at 25. Col Clive E- Murray, state- se- lective director, said it ia the smallest ia the peacetime draft. for Worn; Kone. Mrs. Roosevelt and their three- yotmc; cfau-ehters are ia Shanghai. Roosevelt, son of the Tate- Brig. Gen. Theodore- Boosuvelt, Jr., has beer, in Chirt.i about one year on his ure'pnt job, Mans? Yea-rs to Previously he had spent many years in China. In- 1937 he; and- his evacuation episode in the Yangtze river off Shanghai. A group o-f Americans wns flee- in-e the fiehtiny between the Jap- anese rnd Chinese-around Shang- i'wi.. A small boat in which Roose- velt nnd. his mother were crowd- ed- with o'.her American refugees was almost in to reach the evacuation, shtpi, Presii- id'ent Jefferson. Roosevelt is a decorated- veter- an, of the North African camrjaifm where he was wounded' in World War H. His father died in Normandy m 1944. The uncle after whom J-.e was- manned; Quentin, died in aerial- combat in World War I. Another uncle, Kermit, died in. World Wor II. Youne Roosevelt was wed m England in April, 1944, to the former Frances 3. Webb. Kansas City, an American Red; Cross worker who. served! during the vine's testimony, released by Mundt the witness said Cham- bers had- told farmer assistant Secretary of State Ado-Jf A. Eerie. Jr., that Duggan- was one of six persons in- the state department who allegedly had Tunneled out coafidentiat inforn-.ation at vari- ous times. Mundt wh-o- revealed1 ths cript a few hours after Duggan's As an army captain in the Tu- nisian; campaign he received, the Silver Star, Croix 0e Gurre s-nd Purple Heart. Groves Funeral To 8e Wednesday The funeral of W. Groves, manager of Wilson lurnber com- pany in Ada, will be held Wed- nesday at from the First Methodist church. Buria-l wili low in. Memorial Park, -Mr. Groves formerly Hwed 4t Wheatland. later was at Kebart and carne to- Ada- in 1W to be- come mana-ger of the: local lum- ber business. He- is survived by the widow, a son, sad other relatives. PR. WATSON 'S BAULASv 21; Dr. Thomas 3. 74r former executive secretory ol'the Soutb- ern Baptist convention's, rel'irf and- annuity board here- 22 years, died at his home in Waco-, lei., last night. Johnson to Keep Post to Jem. 10 OKLAHOMA CITY. Dec. Judce- N. B. John- son of Cla-remore plans to resign his post the day he will be sworn irt as a member of the state su- prerne court, Jan-. TO. Be made that announcement yesterday followine- a conference with Gav. Boy J. Turner. Several persons have men- tioned as a possible successor be appointed by Turner. They C. B. Holtzendorff of Clarernore; H. P, BauRhertj. Rogers eoun-ty attorney and former state sena- tor; and'Ed Brady of Vinita. TH' PESSIMIST B; BStnM. it. These we go any- ia ta' car it teitned a K some folks den't have crow's feet it ain't because don't frown, oa ;