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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - February 7, 1939, Ada, OklahomaPage four the Ada evening news tuesday 1939 the Ada evening news published daily except saturday established in 1904 x w. D. Little editor published each week Day evening except saturday and sunday morning by the news publishing and printing co. The Ada evening news by Carrier per by Carrier by Carrier per by mail in Trade by mail outside Trade by mail in year by mail outside Trade the Ada weekly news published every thursday at per member of the associated press the associated press is exclusively entitled to the use for re publication of All news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this paper and also the local news published herein. National advertising representatives Burke. Kuipers and Mahoney inc. Member of audit Bureau of circulations entered at at Ada okla., As second class mail matter. No. 552 Telephone business office 4 editorial department 3 Bible thought for today if parents will have their children memorize this Bible selection each Day it will prove a priceless heritage to them in after years. The spirit filled life and thine age shall be clearer thar. The Noonday thou Shalt Shine Forth thou Shalt be As the visit of or. Khanha an Opportunity for u. The Choice of or. Oswaldo Aranha As Brazil s representative in forthcoming conferences at the White House is a Happy one. The United states welcomes or. Aranha now in route to the u. S., As a Friend not Only a proved Friend of our country but a Friend of democratic government for which he has fought unceasingly in his own country. Or. Khanha is a Man of delightful personality which to him hundreds of personal friendships when he was ambassador to Washington from Brazil. He is a fast thinker an a hard worker one to whom president Roosevelt should b Able to talk understandingly and on equal terms. They can not fail to find a great Deal in common in the fact that or. Aranha has been in Brazil one of the Leadin bulwarks against fascist influences in that country voted Friend of democracy and orderly procedure and i every Way one of the most distinguished of Brazil s sons. The conferences Between or. Aranha an president Roosevelt and other u. Officials should give direct evidence of the intention to carry Forward in deeds the words of the declaration of Lima and the Resolution of the americas to preserve a free system of Trade As against Pri vate and discriminatory deals Between special countries. Without excluding any other countries or in any was barring them from legitimate Trade with Brazil there Many ways in which greater Trade and closer cooperation Between Brazil and the United states May be stimulated in Many important commercial respects Brazil with its cof fee and rubber Cacao and manganese tin and diamonds Al lacking to Continental United states is complementary to u. Economy while the. Rise of a manufacturing Economy the building of railroads and roads and the general Rise in standards of living offers plenty of Opportunity for the United states to furnish a Large share of manufactured goods to the up building of Brazil. Brazil has been traditionally Friendly to the United states and this visit of or. Aranha offers an Opportunity to see How the two nations May be of greater service to one another. As in later talks expected to follow with representatives of other South american countries there is no longer any wish for diplomatic or commercial the need today is to apply intelligence to find ways in which each country May help . Then there no Lack of by products of understanding and service. Folks meet governor o Cmiel of Teras run off beaten apparently the run off primary will not be restored by this session of the legislature. While we prefer the run of system there is something to be said against it. It is expensive affords an Opportunity for candidates to Trade out and adds to the worries of the candidates. At the same time a party s nominee should be a majority and not simply a plurality nominee. The first primary does not engender the ill feeling and abuse that the one primary system produces throughout the Campaign but in the run off period there is plenty of heat turned there is objection to be found with both systems. As a matter of fact there is some objection to any kind of a primary. We really believe the Legislatures elected better United states senators than we now get by popular vote in Many instances the old party conventions nominated better men for the High offices than we get in the primaries. Even tammany Hall Day of most ruthless Rule did not Nomi Nate weaklings for Stew York Cit mayor and governor of the state. But with All the faults we prefer the selection of officials by the Public. We prefer the election of United states senators the primary nominations and even the two primary system. While these things Are expensive and often result in demagogues and incompetents getting into office that is simply a Chance we must take and a Price we must pay for popular Rule. The Tulsa City administration is being both abused and praised for its action a few Days ago in letting an expensive Home just outside the City limits Burn without the Tulsa fire department turning its hand. Of course it does seem a bit arbitrary for the firemen to be in easy reach of a Burn ing House and do nothing but there is something to be said for Side the fire department is maintained by the property within the City limits. For the fire equipment and Man Power to be sent outside the City and leave unprotected the very property that pays for the equipment and its Manning is hardly reasonable. We imagine much of the out lying territory of Tulsa will be asking for in the City limits without much delay. Certainly the outside Citi Zens can hardly consistently ask for consideration otherwise. Can Fht i. Aka gel together and work out your differences arabs and jews told Chamberlain addresses delegates to conference Britain has delicate problem As Mussolini says he s defender of moslem world. Obituary Lyndon feb. Minister Chamberlain urged Arab delegates to the Palestine con Ferenc is today to Settle their ancient feud with the jews by per Sonal the manner of the foreign policy he has Pur sued in seeking european appeasement with Hitler and mus Solini. Opening the conferences at Saint James Palace a Wel coming address to the arabs Chamberlain said my policy is one of peace. You will be aware that my particular method of approach to peace is through understanding and the first essential step to understanding is personal Contact would protect both addressing the arabs representing the exiled grand Mufti of Jerusalem who among themselves and refused to sit in the same room with the jewish representatives the Premier said Britain was seeking a Wise set Dement of the present difficulties which will safeguard the rights and position of the arabs who oppose immigration in in a second address to jewish delegates Chamberlain paid trib Ute to the discipline and restraint which was shown Gener ally by the jewish Community during the period of extreme Dif Mculty and danger in he also repeated the objects of the conference As outlined to the arabs. _ the holy land itself saw a con nuance of Arab jewish tribe. Two jews were killed and 55 arabs were arrested in Palestine after Arab demonstrations against British control. May set up new state even before the three weeks of meetings began there was speculation their outcome but on what Britain would do when they ended. Failing agreement Here the British May take Over Complete administration1 of the holy land and ask Arab support for a United states of Arabia. The problem was especially delicate for the British since Premier Mussolini took the stand As defender of the moslem world on a visit to Libya in 1937, and the Rome Berlin Axis has been blamed for anti British propaganda throughout the near cast. The Mediterranean s strategic importance makes moslem sup port a prime Factor should Europe again enter a War. The Arab kingdom of Egypt Iraq and saudi Arabia Yemen. And emirate of the trans Jordan nominally Are under British in fluence or Protection. Britain administers Palestine under the mandate of the league of nations. Plastered with names Logansport a hos Pital could t Stop Emilou Whitehead from collect ing autographs. Her Back broken in an Automo bile Accident last oct. She was taken to the Hospital and put into a plaster cast _. Her 300 visitors All have Auto graphed the cast. Centralia 111., feb. 7. Up Packard 46, who c a m e Here from Oklahoma City recently to work in an Oil Field was killed last night in an automobile Accident. Alexander David Ballow funeral services will be tuesday afternoon for Alexander David Ballow 70-year-old Resi j Dent of near Ada who died Mon Day at his Home. The services will be held at the first Baptist Church Francis. Burial will be in Cedargrove cemetery with Keith funeral Home charge. He is survived by two sons Asa Ballow and Bert and two daughters. Miss Beulah Ballow and mrs. John Gregory. Kentucky fearing for flooded areas Calls for assistance for needs expected when be lated. Reports Side glances Cincinnati feb. 7 fearing a " belated report of Dis Aster in flood stricken Mountain areas Kentucky called for. A s distance today As the Crest of the Ohio River moved past this City. Or. A. T. S t a t e health commissioner at Louis Ville said a heavy death list might be revealed in the Eastern Section where the Ohio s tributaries swept to Housetop Levels sunday. Is the worst flood in the history of the Safe or. Mccormack asking for. An appropriation from the emergency fund of the ii. Public health service. Across the River from Cincin Nati reside of Newport Anc Colington ky., retreated As the Ohio reached a Crest Here off feet. Police a Nief Livingston o Newport estimated -600 families had been removed from Homes the water inundated 35-. Tity blocks. Red Cross agencies were prepared to evacuate fam Ilies in the lowlands Here. Harassed by Flash floods Small streams Kentucky did n o t anticipate an emergency from the oncoming Crest of the Ohio. Meteorologist Kendall at Louis Ville said the City had a big margin of safety with a predicted High of 34 feet. At Frankfort the Kentucky River covered the Low lying sections with a foot of water Block ing highways. Homes along Southern Indi Ana s Border were abandoned setting Relief agencies in motion at Aurora Lawrenceburg and Evansville. The red Cross estimated 10.000 families affected by floods in five states. I Don t see How he wears shoes out that fast just step Ping from our Carv to. The name ailing is lashed by Murray i Norman feb. 7. Fprmer William h. Murray told a University of Oklahoma Debat j ing society last night the world is heading for War unless the dictators and democracies quit Call ing each other you. Must recognize custom in dealing with he said or you insult the Sage of Yashua Creek who has been in advised the student lawyers not to let a Bunch of Damn brain Trust ers tear your Law Down after you have built it on one mexican line solid Ebony ties Are used in sections to. Support the ties. The Ebony flourishes in nearby for ests and is so hard that holes must be drilled into fit for the Railroad spikes Nineteen year Sago news taken from files of the Ada news published in 1920 february 7 mrs. L. Mcclure and. Two children who Are ill with the flu Are reported much better today. Mrs. E h. Crider of Farmers Ville Texas and mrs. C. 0. Mitchell of Whitewright Texas Are visiting in the City the flu arts of. Their sister. Mrs. L. J. Little. H r. Burrow 830 East Street has just returned from the Rio Grande Valley and bought 40 acres of land near Mcallen Texas for per acre mrs. A. W. Parker and Little daughter Elizabeth Are both ill with the flu. Committee on bylaws and Constitution of the Public school co operative association mrs a. Little miss Neva Kennon and mrs. Luther Harrison on. Teach ers salaries mrs. Bullock mrs. T. E. Gray miss. Mary Esther Chisholm. Mrs. J. C. Deaver miss Bonnie Mitchell on teachers Wel fare or. Vernon miss Cable or. Emerson miss Brooks mrs. L. F. Smith. Members Mutual broadcasting system 1200 Oklahoma network new 115 South Kansas has eight hew big producers Wichita Kas-.teb.-7. Eight new Oil Wells with potentials totalling barrels daily have been completed by operators in six counties. They Are Barton county Dieter Woodwork s no. 1 Putnam Ainsworth Nese so 3.17-13w, barrels daily after acid from a buckle Lime at feet. Cowley county w. A. Hartman Winfield and b. B. Blair. Tulsa no. 2 Waite Hittle Nec so 21-31-4e, 3.835 barrels daily from Arbuckle at feet. Ellis county Murphy s no. 3 Rumsey Bemis Sone 23-11-17w, barrels daily from Arbuckle at feet Mcpherson county w. C. Mcbride s no. -6 Giffin Ritz Canton Pool Nec so 14 19-2w, 178 barrels daily from the Chat at 2.991 feet. Russell county Darby Petroleum s no. 11 Michaelis so nose 36-15-14w. 1.551 barrels daily from Arbuckle at feet on second initial test Stafford county St Nolind s no. 5 o. J. Hartnett Zenith Nese new 13-24 11w, 668 barrels daily from mis ener Sand at feet. E. H. Moore inc. Tulsa no. 6 j. K. Johnson Zenith so Sene 13-24-11w, barrels daily from Misener at. Feet. Moore s no. 10 Cleo Johnson Zenith sane be 13-24 11w, 46 barrels daily from Misener at feet. Program. Tuesday Feu. 7 tuesday evening Fulton or. Newa commentator pro Kami of the Flint Chr list inn Church Rev. Ivan j. Youngr Oscier and silly vocal duet welcoming of tit Tea Herx to to Lull can fyn Stilt pro rom Hoy vocal and Fiu itar lbs Morion Gobi Lrich orchestra with Emile Kenan baritone of Nelly Llo Bynnom old concert orchestra Shim to mlle with Wor symphony varieties Vic frus lers orchestra Green Hornet myst iry serial i Jim once a clan orchestra. Chick orchestra. Aft program wednesday fed. S wednesday. Morning concert and tunes of yesterday and to Day clock Troj Arnm 1 news music and time lie announced trillion of the Nevra Eji any context Organ acc Lenl from the Chapel of Hahn Oner upon a time

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