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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Ada, OklahomaMexican students might have ulterior motive in cheering teachers striking for higher pay at All the lads and lassies get out of classes during the strike. Partly Cloudy to Cloudy Lonist nil wed . Probably Snow in Northwest por Tion War mar in extreme colder in the extreme Toni Fht. The Ada evening news dully in Nurr average act paid circulation 6033 member audit Bureau of circulation volume xxxv number 283 Ada Oklahoma tuesday february 7, 1939 ten pages three cents the copy Spanish War moving rapidly toward peace water water drop for War Victory to be political too Gayda states Italy Germany must support Franco until both kinds of Victory won for harsh terms Ciano denies to Britain that Gayda s statement inspired by ii Duce bad news for slate solons in Aid needs Philips says May have to supplement funds for feeding hungry people if War strikes and bombs smash water lines Here s where London will quench its thirst. Are stored at War icy Barracks As Oart of the British War precautions program. Cans High est justices Are out of step still needing practice mountains area hit by floods Waters rising Pacific Northwest has head Snow cold on Way to Oklahoma by the Anitohin cd press rising flood Waters harassed parts of the Ohio Valley today while a Pacific storm Brou Snow to the Northwest and pos Sibly death to nine fishermen. Oklahoma basking in Moder ate january weather was in the death of cold North winds expected to bring freezing temperature and rain or Snow tomorrow. The red Cross estimated families in five Stales were affected by the Ohio flood described by the Kentucky state health commissioner Sarthe worst in the history of the mountains. The 68-foot Sonny. Boy a Purs Seiner in route from san fran Cisco to Seattle disappeared Earb monday in a rain Squall and the master of a companion boat feared All hands had been lost. The storm covered Northen Idaho and Eastern Washington with Snow. Drifts marooned 2 patrons of a mount Hood resort Harry Wahlgren Federal Wea ther observer at Oklahoma City forecast sub freezing tempera Tures in Northwest Oklahoma to night and Over the entire state tomorrow with rain tomorrow with rain tomorrow turning to Snow. State temperatures ranged from 28 to 41 overnight and 58 to 62 yesterday. Oklahoma City had High of 58, Low 41. Correction mrs. Fred Mccabe s name was erroneously reported in a gues list of a social affair last week i mrs. Mccabe who resides at 21 North Turner has been confined to her Home on account of ill Ness for the past two weeks. A. New York stage designer s wife has left him because he was forever making scenes. Frankfurter crowds Man ahead too closely other newer justices Haven t Learned fully technique of Entrance All they need is time for practice says attendant. Weather Oklahoma partly Cloudy to Cloudy tonight and wednes Day probably Snow in North West portion wednesday warmer in extreme East colder in extreme Northwest por Tion tonight colder in North West and Central portions wednesday. Arkansas fair warmer to night wednesday increasing cloudiness. East Texas partly Cloudy warmer in South and East portions tonight wednesday mostly Cloudy and unsettled colder in Northwest portion. West cloudiness tonight and wednesday pro Bably Snow in the Panhandle wednesday colder in extreme North portion tonight colder wednesday except in extreme Southeast portion. Missouri mostly Cloudy tonight and wednesday slightly warmer in Southeast and extreme East to night. Colder in Northwest to night. Moderate cold wave wednesday and wednesday night. Kansas generally fair and colder tonight and wednesday with a moderate cold wave wednesday and in West and North to night by Eddy Gilmore Washington feb. The nation s most dignified bal Entrance of the supreme court justices into their High columned Plush curtained meeting getting a Little out of step. The addition of three new members in 16 months has made a difference of course and time and practice should polish up the performance. This week for the first time in nearly a year the nine de chairs behind the polished Bench Are full. It is the perfect time to see the the clock stands at 12 noon the spectators stir and their whispering ends eyes focus on the Long White draperies behind the Bench but nothing Hap pens it s never late seconds drag by the supreme court is never late at the court crier rises Bangs his Gavel and starts his Oyez Oyez the draperies part on the bearded face of the chief Justice behind him come Mcreynolds and Brandeis Veteran perform ers who Don t get out of step. Over at the left is another Roberts and Reed Reed bumps into his chair. Over at the right is the other Black and Frankfurter Frankfurter comes in too close on the heels of the oth ers. Just give pm time they sit Down. The newest member Frankfurter adjusts his glasses tugs at his Robe bows to a Friend in the room. Black rocks Back smiles and while Reed is Reading from the other end of the Bench turns and says something to Frankfurter. Frankfurter who with his Over to hear. It must be funny because they both laugh and Black sits Back again. The court goes on. At quitting time Frankfurter gets wedged in As he starts to leave. And As he Steps Down behind the curtains he has to watch his feet. A court attache was optimistic. Just give pm he said they la get it Down Pat in a Cou ple of Rome feb Gayda insisted today the Spanish insurgents would continue to get italia n and German support until they had won a political As Well As a military Victory despite re liable reports of an official repudiation of his earlier statement that italian troops would remain in Spain even after the end of the War. The usually authoritative fas Cist editor who often reflects Premier Mussolini s views did not however repeat specifically his assertion troops would remain in Spain. Reliable sources said the Brit ish government had been assured by foreign minister count Ciano the sunday statement on troops did not represent fascist policy. Italy s View in his editorial today in ii Gior Nale d italian Gayda set Forth four prerequisites for a Complete insurgent Victory 1. Demobilization of Spanish Republican government forces found Refuge in Blackstock loses Case on Appeal Gaston and Curtis win Case u involving Oil Deal in Fitts Field Oklahoma 7 two Pontotoc county men who sold Oil and Gas leases on a plot of land in the Fitts Field and Hen saw three producing Oil Wells drilled on the land succeeded today in having the sales can celled. The supreme court affirmed a decision of District judge t a 1 Rawford cancelling the lease assignment and directing an accounting of profits taken on the ease. X m. C. Gaston and c. A Curtis testified that after giving a one half lease on 30 acres of land to he Blackstock Oil company the company drilled a Well told them was mostly a water Well and ought their other half interest or each. Later they testified the Well ame in with a potential product Ion of barrels a Day and other Wells on the lease 35 and barrels a Day. The court held that the Corn any in failing to inform the Nen fully of the value of the ease was guilty of a breach of fiduciary relationships " Only receives primary Aid share a primary Aid Check totalling for Pontotoc county schools was received tuesday the treasurer s office reported. The payment is the regular quarterly primary Aid and o to operate the county s Chols. I income totalling from Homestead exemption payments by the state was also received and will go to the county s schools. Pickets stale of Oklahoma for Job May get one too but he did get Rise out of governor Phillips which had France. 2. Resignation and dispersal of the government. 3. Unconditional surrender by the. Republican army with no armistice negotiations. 4. Return of the Bank o Spain s Gold Stock which the government had deposited abroad. Ciano denies report lord called on Ciano late yesterday to ask How italian leaders reconciled intentions attributed to them by Gayda with the British italian Friendship agreement which went into effect nov. 16. The agreement provided that italian troops would be with drawn from Spain As soon As the civil War if not earlier. The British were reported to have accepted Ciano s denial that in this matter the italian press had been inspired by or reflected Premier Mussolini s views. Next Dollar Day to be february 16 merchants already lining up bargains for great trades event thursday january 16, has been selected As the Day for the second in a series of Tow wide Dollar Day events in Ada. Merchants Are already Busy greater returns for amount in news classified ads Oklahoma City feb. Webb 25, former Oil. Field worker picketed the Sov Ereign state of Oklahoma today and if he accomplished nothing else he can boast he got a Rise out of gov. Phillips. Webb turned up North Entrance of the capital at 8 a. M. With a Sandwich sign Reading i have no Kinfolk in the Cap Itol. How about it. Curious passersby caught on quickly that Webb wanted a Job. The governor also caught on and took a moment off from his governing business to have the state crime Bureau investigate the one Man labor problem. I be been out of a Job about a Webb told an investigator who went out to see him. This picketing idea was my own and i represent no Union and no Noth ing. The governor said t going to put any Kinfolk. In the Capitol. t have any in there. Adj. Gen. Charles f. Barrett promised to help Webb get a Job if he would leave. Webb left. Greater returns for amount in news classified ads with preparations which Promise to make this one of the greatest savings events Ever staged in Ada. Eastern markets have been combed for special values in All kinds of. Merchandise to be offered for one Day Only at other items will be grouped to give extra value for every Dollar spent. With the cooperation of Ada merchants in All lines of business Dollar Day will offer a wide Vari Ety of timely and useful items for Thrifty buyers throughout the Trade territory. A Hollywood correspondent re ports that Grade Allen has some new jewels. Oklahoma City feb. Plan to shift the Burden of distributing state welfare Board commodities from the state to the Wra to permit a drastic reduction in state personnel and con serve a dwindling Relief fund was submitted to the spa today. Gov. Phillips said the state welfare Board passed a Resolution recommending the move and it had been presented to Ron Steph ens state spa administrator. Stephen met last night with the governor and members of the welfare Board. But even by trimming the Wel fare Board staff from 441 to 270 at a monthly payroll saving o f More than the chief executive said it might be necessary to ask the legislature for supple mental funds to continue feeding hungry people the rest of the fiscal year. This will be bad news to the legislature i Phillips said but i m afraid it can t be help the governor gave out payroll figures in the welfare depart ment last week which showed the payroll had been increased in june and july during the Pri Mary Campaign in which gov. Marland was a candidate for the Senate. The governor said any increase in payrolls should have occurred in Winter when the demands on the welfare Board were greatest. Expressing Confidence the spa would approve the plan the governor said the1 move would trim the welfare Board s administrative expense from an average of a month to automobile the Case is changed dismissed As to Lonnie alien Forest Cude reduced for Uvia Fox great Britain France swing to Winner May recognize Franco s regime As official Spanish government Trade proposition fear he will look to germ any and Italy for re habilitation the charge of larceny of an automobile filed against three men who were arrested in Duncan Arizona recently was dismissed As to two of them and reduced to grand larceny for the third Man tuesday when they appeared in the Justice court of a. W. Oliver for arraignment. The charge against Lonnie Al Len and Forest Cude was dismissed when evidence showed that they were not connected with the Case. By agreement the charge against Fox was reduced from larceny of an automobile to grand larceny. for grand Lar Ceny Fox entered a plea of guilty was bound Over to District court with Bond set at they were originally charged with the theft of a car belonging to v. H. Weightman. Sheriff Clyde Kaiser returned them to Ada sunday from Globe Arizona. Checker match to be played Here checker players of Ada and Bemi Hole will tangle again Here tuesday night or. L. G. Brannon in charge has announced. At least five men will play for each team with the match to be staged in the Aldridge hotel. Ada won the first match be Ween the two. Teams played Here the checker Battle is due of begin at 8. O clock. London feb. Ish foreign office officials said today great Britain and France were considering recognition of the insurgent regime of Gen. Franco As the sole official govern ment of Spain. Spanish insurgent authorities in London said Franco had hot yet asked for. De Jure recognition of his government. British officials said however that unless Franco is recognized soon the insurgents would look entirely to Germany and Italy for Aid in rehabilitating Spain. Worry Over Island Britain were under stood to have pointed out to fran co that the government held Balearic Island of Minorca in the Mediterranean must be occupied not by italian or German forces but solely by spaniards before London and Paris could recognize the insurgent regime. Frequent reports that italian troops control Mallorca. Largest of the Balearic islands has Causer anxiety Here since these Island Are close to France s line of communications with her Africa possessions. Diplomatic quarters in Par said Franco had Given a promis of Friendly relations Between the new Spain and France. Sen Berard Semi official French envy to Burgos was said to be of his Way Back to Paris Highl satisfied with exploratory talk with insurgent leaders. Play for France s Aid three principal Points of Ber report were Given by Diplo Matic quarters As 1. Insurgent Spain has erect no fortifications on its pyrenees Frontier facing France and i raise none 2. Any military Airport place near the Border during the Civi War will be removed. 3. No foreign Power will b permitted to keep a political o military foothold in Spain. In return for these assurances the insurgent administration a said to have asked France soon t recognize Franco s regime As the sole government of Spain and to Send an ambassador to Burgos. Army enlistment period open again applications will be again May move up Voie to oust Board try to get ballot on May 15 Battle resumed on run off primary Bill Oklahoma City feb. Move to Hustle from office by a special election March 15 the hold Over members of the troubled Oklahoma Public Wel fare commission was Given administration impetus in the legis lature today. Floor Leader Murray Gibbons of the House said he would pro pose that a Resolution calling for a vote june 6 on a constitutional amendment to replace the nine member commission with a five member group removable by the governor be amended to Call a special election March 15. His announcement came after a conference with gov. Phillips who so been unable to Budge seven old members from the commission to help Clear the Way for restoration of Federal Negrin seems on swing to peace views loyalists Premier other die hards recognizing grow ing Odds insurgents move on giving government troops time to Drain across Border into France London feb. The Spanish government embassy announced today the government of Premier Negrin would proceed to. Valencia before the end of this week and continue resistance to the Perpignan end to the civil War. Relief need is still acute for asserts taken in Ada require ments Are Given impeach them sats Nance of seven Oklahoma 7 James Nance pro posed in the Senate today to impeach members of the trouble torn Public welfare com Mission and put an end to the strife that Cost Oklahoma Federal pension Grants. His statement came As the Senate considered a Resolution by a. O. Ingle of Sallisaw memorializing the Federal so Cial Security Board to restore the Grants. Some senators immediately raised the question of whether the legislature. Could impeach the commissioners Washington feb. The text of president Roosevelt s message to Congress on Relief Fol lows on saturday february 4, i approved House joint Resolution number 83 which appropriates to continue the operations of the works Progress administration for the remaining five months of the current fiscal a year i would have withheld my approval of this legislation or. The gound of its Inadequacy to meet human need and i would have immediately asked for a larger sum if it had not _. Been for the provision that there shall not be a reduction of More than five per cent of the number of employees on works Progress projects prior to april this proviso leads to the con that the. Congress stands ready during the balance of february and of March to reconsider actual needs in time to increase before april 1 the appropriation for the last three months of the fiscal year. Must rebuild reserves in my message to the Congress on january 5, recommend a supplementary appropriation of this Vas based on a program to give employment to workers during february and March and to reduce this employment to an average of workers in june. This estimated reduction of workers by june took full cognizance of the economic recovery which might. Reasonably be anticipated. Because it has been necessary during the first week of february to utilize All the working capital and pay Roll reserves nor Mally maintained to funds of the United states against Over also be Nec Essary immediately to re establish there reserves from the. Supplementary appropriation the net amount available to i. Continued on Page no. 1 the United states army recruiting station located in Ada is again and enlistments in the regular army May be made Here sergeant Frank c. Sweeney announced tuesday. Enlistments in the infantry will be taken for service at fort Francis e. Watren Chey Enne Wyoming. All men who have applied a1 the Ada office will now report for examination and if passed by sergeant Sweeney they will be Given government transportation to Oklahoma. City for final examination and enlistment. The following requirements Are in effect for enl tent must be member of the White race be tween the Ages of 18 and 35, must b2 of Good character and unmarried with no dependents. The enlistment. Period is for three years and All those who have applied will be Given the first they must pass the examination. Sergeant Sweeney s office is room 301, Post office building. Teachers pupils look to holidays one More Day of school and then a Holiday period for the students while the teachers a t tend the state o. E. A. Meeting at that is the program of the schools Here for the remain of the week. When classes Are dismissed wednesday afternoon at the Reg ular time the pupils will be at Liberty until the following Mon Day. The teachers will then go by train or car to Tulsa where an awaits them at the annual convention of the. Oklahoma education association. Several College and Ada Public school system teach ers have places on the programs. Greater returns for amount in news classified. Ads Blind. Support in Senate floor Leader h. M. Curnutt said the move would be Given Stout support in the Senate where the Resolution already has passed calling for the june 6 election. Meanwhile the Senate prepared to return to the Battle of the Runoff primary and the skirmish is expected to be Brief but decisive. By a vote of 22 for to 21 against the to pass the controversial measure yesterday after dispensing with debate one shy of the 23 votes needed for passage. Sen. John Macdonald the run off primary spokesman lodged a motion to reconsider to keep the Bill on the Calendar and after picking up a couple of votes said he would ask for a second ballot today. If a couple of my votes Aren t he said of course i won t bring it murderous move but Curnutt a and a number of other foes of the measure said they might help him out by Call ing for reconsideration and then tabling the motion a parliamentary Man Euver that will kill the Bill anyone can ask for. A reconsideration Curnutt said. The House followed the Senate s Lead and reported from committee unfavourably two Bills which would Call for abolishing the High Way patrol. _ Phillips mean if about drunkenness says will carry out Promise state Jobholder drunk in Public Oklahoma City feb. Phillips said today he would fulfil in just 24 hours his Campaign Promise to fire All state Job holders guilty of being drunk in Public. The governor said he had found two employees violating and declared they would be Dis charged tomorrow unless they resign Phillips added that also a cer Tain lobbyist had belter pull in is horns he said he would give out his name if he does Settle the two employees accused o drunkenness Are hold overs Phil lips said. He said their offence was not committed in the state Louse. Asked if his no drunk Rule would imply to the state league of Young democrats convention at feb. 22, Phillips said it would be in effect for All his appointees at the meeting. The governor said drinking at eague conventions has done More than anything else to bring the party into disrepute. Model spurs Art interest Toledo o. Heavy increase in enrolment in the commercial Art class of Macomer vocational High school for says has been noted by instruct re irs. The reason a real live mod Franke pretty Grad uate of girls vocational classes has been hired by the Board of Ducati Pii to Model clothes for the lasses. Newman clubs to meet Philadelphia the 8th annual convention of new Man clubs of the Middle Atlantic province will be held Here. Feb. 0 to -12. Delegates from Penn Sylvania new Jersey Maryland and Virginia take in the religious social and educational program. Phones 5 years late Durban Natal farm is in some parts of Natal who mad i application for. Telephone Ines five years ago Are still some cases it s revealed by the divisional con roller for Natal in a letter to the fatal i eminent today. Or. Juan Negrin Premier of government Spain and his last die hard supporters were reported in diplomatic circles to be swing ing around to the View that they must yield. President Manuel Azana abandoned All appearances of clinging to his Post As chief executive of the Republic. After Corning to France staying a Day near the Frontier he went to a French Retreat at Collongues close to Geneva. Insurgent Gen. Franco checked the Pace of his armies marching through the northeastern province of Catalonia toward the French Frontier while columns of Defeated government troops and Refu gees withdrew into France. Negrin in Spain Negrin. Was still in Spain this morning but diplomatic sources said he was bending All his efforts toward orderly evacuation of his. Northern troops and the escape of foreign minister Del Vayo. Who conferred with envoys of France and great Britain last night at be Perthus remained in close touch with the two Powers which were understood to be consulting fran co in return. Ralph Stevenson British min ister to Spain was said by informed diplomatic sources to have told Del Vayo that France and Reat Britain believed further resistance in Central Spain would be useless. Time to get out at the same time it was reported Franco had assured France that Complete occupation of Northern Catalonia would be delayed Long enough to permit or Derly evacuation of government soldiers and refugees. Del Vayo was said to have re ported these developments to be Grin in a Small unidentified town on the Spanish Side of the Border during the night. Diplomatic sources said the government had modified its de mands and now was asking Noth ing except assurances that peace would bring no reprisals and would leave Spain Independent. The negotiations were sur rounded by secrecy but diplomatic circles expressed the belief that regardless of the outcome a Long continuance of the War appeared impossible. Odds too great the disruption of the popular front organization practical difficulties in transferring the government to the Central zone and the great Odds against a Success Ful stand there were believed to be breaking Down the last resist Ance. The insurgents gradually were closing in on the cornered government yesterday they planted their red and Gold ban ners on the Border of the Little Republic of Andorra on their left flank. In the Center they were just South of he French Spanish Border town of Pui Cerda. On the right they were at the Mouth of the Ter River about 25 Miles South of the Border. When they finally sweep up to the Frontier the Spanish govern forbidden to fun continued on Page 2, no. 2 the Pessimist by vol bin flu or. It seems like children who did what the r parents told pm t re jest about extinct Facin facts May be but Facin some figures worse

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