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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - January 7, 1946, Ada, Oklahoma Conditions ars getting far back toward ■». ===—a aw.^    _............ Partly cloudy, cooler this    M    _    -       --------9    *"*    °f    "»•    ^Y- Partly cloudy, cooler this afternoon, generally fair tonight and Tuesday. 42nd Year—No. 324 THE ADA EVENING NEWS Cattlemen Turn To Turner Sale Today Remembering That Roy Turner's Sole in 1945 Woe m Not*°"«l Hereford Soles Averages, at $3,508 $51 000ean?mSn| “^usiafm connected with the sale of a 501,000 animal Saturday had not died down bv Mnnrt.o wdTv^tfrnoo^f^r*8 CVeu Stronger than il had been Sat-° Clewing the sale because ’most everyone urdaf Sf.    ar<1 * ^    ^    Ranch    Sale    « Sot- Coming unexpectedly, buyers' and spectators were flabbergasted over the purchase price paid by George Rodenz for Del Zento 1st. Cattlemen from many states 7 nAT A1*aU rt m J Al I *»    rn    . ,    -""‘-‘“wi    jiuiu    many    stales knew beforehand that Hereford Heaven sates make history, but they did not expect such a dramatic chapter to be written. Turner Sale Today Cattlemen left Ada Monday morning with the idea that more history might be written at the noon6r    sale    Monday after- Many persons had gathered at the Turner Ranch several hours now? f sa!e. sorted. It was not the first visit to the ranch nrL^°f- u the men’ especially prospective buyers who have been looking over cattle for the past several days.    y Turner Set 1945 Pace brl? ?uality °J the Herefords E* and raised at Turners is tTf?roughout the United of I Sa *1 fas !he Tur!*r sale 1945 that set the pace for other nitro U.._ J Tr- ' Old (lollies Drive For Oilier Nalions Gels Under Way Style leaders constantly seek to get people to become clothes-conscious. nation1!?11!!*-10**37, ?enry Kaiser, tei?n nlchairnlan of the c°mmit-ithto ge of gathering servic- rn,mMoarmerntS f°r a«l*Cted set! o,,tS 4in EVrope and Asia, nfrlfKo    make    people    used- clothes conscious in a big way drive bM8»Citi!5.and towns the foreman"    10 eXteDd irs i'J40 that set the pace for oth- . In Ada the schools are the cen-pure bred Hereford sales for J lfr 0 collection plans, but only remainder of the year.    Hayes school reDorted that cnm. the remainder of the year •.lYuX attendi“8 ‘he Turner sale last year will remember that only one Turner bred animal sold h??w,S *hanJ $1'000 while the ?nm?al sold for ti.- »    _ Kidiipj dux only ”Tt hf™ [e50IJed ‘hat some clothing, had been brought Washington school is working to-“aJ,0n,the announcement angle, start TureXyg °* Cl0tWn* to CAA    aniliid!    SO    I    a    ior    fro.    “s-vuaj. rffj30 and was purchased by the u^eJdfive in Pontotoc county Plying L Ranah, owned and op- headed by Martin Clark, is ex- ta. odf n Mr- and Mrs- Bil‘ & aUenfin10 ^ headway as more “fhSLSrSk. .....    drawn    to    the    vast . 7YrPer sold 50 animals for a foul income of $175,400 to rank m national Hereford sale averages, ^Jth S3,508 for his animals. Bes Head of A. H. A. our    °uner    of the tom tit! ^ ntCr ’ 15 President of Hereford Association in addition to being a member of the Hereford Heaven Assation, which has gone a iwfg o har KWar? settin& standards for ^ J breeders rn the world £ c»Pital of Hereford Is fn turned over to to days.    for    the    past Sheriff and Deputy Anes! Their Sons Bort Younger Mon Foe# Bobbery Charges Truman Not Acting On Manila Protest t”d.Tj ',tid unS Truman has no action ^th ri^ ,raV°n in annection swrsrffK jsuss SS *sIow down » dem°‘ p£ress- sfcretary Charles G wh«'herKth a‘ a ”jWS contar*nce ridmW . ,President was con-sidenng action on the G. I nm. test at Manila, told reporters: rnJl ?e has been to*™ and none is now under considera- A™S MOTHER1 attendance i nursery established in the odirt^h3 *£e eroydon Meth- tav, and ers^ , 8]and. provides rSJL cradles free so that mothers may attend the services ( ^Ax^IiUSr?A’ Okla., Jan. 7.— H. L. Cass, 26, was held in Sftl    without bond today hearing6 on V V * d Pfelimin^ charffe in * armed robbery cnarge in a case investigated by Cass    Sheriff Charles A. n.^so .du4e f°r arraignment in peace justice court was C L. niavgAr; w5’nS0n of sheriffs dep-J Arch Barger. The younger Barger faced four robbery chlr-“sra separate from that sherifTs son. Both were arrested Saturday informations filed by Un-o^1 Ham Clower accusing Cass sime on,? pP a ne«r<>' gambling fades.    gCr °f f0ur bur*‘ * Sheriff Cass, after a personal irreft^lndn’th°rdef i^ his son’s charge    mg    ot    the VIT Program Has 75 Veil In Work Here Mora Applications far Intraining Places Ara In, Mora Places Lined Up milPPrOXlma*e*y ^ ex-servict j men are now at work in on-the- Wo?4mg piacLes’ according to terwM^rSK0fiihe lo£al commit-1 tee which is handlmg the local end, gram6 VetmnSmUlmtrMining pro-| men. are learning trades! or skills and are receiving gov- maki^ it aiS1Stt?CC^ pay which \ Possible for them to . in training with employers Paying beginner scales.    1 If Checks Are Late Some checks from the gov-eniment are reported to be late. The committee here is sending out post cards ad- VlT^mnV Ada iigh sch°o1-;iv* ployes,whose checks are late are asked to fill out the questionnaires and mail cards in so that the com-mittee can start checking up on why the delays. There are about 20 more applications of veterans being pro-♦S ♦ e tbrou6h this part of granf administration pro- Saturday 12 more places for such were located here and other openings are being lined up as the committee finds time to visit D°r* e”lploy*rsl and explain the program to them. Variety iii work Dom °tthe spread of the VIT program here and the var- IdPf? WOt? that “ already pro-ShL.“J^i“ted in th* follow- ADA, OKLAHOMA, monday, JANUARY 7, 1»4< ^tb. Texas Girl Kidnaps A 200-Lb. Taxi Driver buy more WAR BONDS five CENTS THE COPX Oil Companies Prefer to Deal Directly With Union on Wages ■rn    m    —    - Thousands in Mats Moot-lug in Manila Ask Probe Of D®l®y in Home-Bound Trips UNO Sets Out On Its Career Atom Bomb Issue First In Minds of Delegates Assemble for First Meeting ve^ m^Mn he?°ceU in ltentoid TexasP‘M° C^*nty lass- *eam» weighs 90 pounds, stuck a Unv 22 Sn'k Mlss Knoop, who only fo    SSfeSft    L“AShi S“t"a.tlt.know he was begin kidnlSnfd *1*    *    1(I1!*"*. MAV1?? aJO"N CROVER MANILA. Jan. 7. — <^*>  At lammed ?— -meri?a?- -s<»dtars ruins Nofify Govemmenf Fad-Finden Of Their Preference Don't Core for Mm Heor-ings; Union President Soys Woge Dispute Beal Issua By JOHN A. PARRIS LONDON, Jan, 7, EPT—With the issue of the atomic bomb up-permost in their minds, delegates iujuitrs J?®1 robbers of the United Na  -----un    companies r iu    sheI1*battered    _,u seJ out this week    to notice on government    fact-find- I •    Phi,ippines hall of    f bope and dream    of ers today that they preferred di- congress tonight for a noisy but    rnaflkind— lasting peace.    j feet negotiations with    th* riri orderly mass    protest to the de-    Against the backdron of hnmh. I Oil Work*™    CI°^ W ASHINGTON, Jan. 7.—EP*—. fourteen oil companies served notice on government fact-find- _J“k;Y-7    io    me    de-    j    c Agaln:I1 th* ^ckdrop of bomb-1    Workers union over wan T_ bJ ?l10n s^wdown and thun- I    VS    ’    the *eneral as‘ dei5and5 to continuation of f5- aPProval of a resolution sembly of the united nations will; Anding hearings calling for a congressional inves- S?,nve!Ie for its ilr& meeting Only two companies aDn*ar*w tl«t,on-    Thursday amid hopes it will sue?1 a» Participants when the fl^ Sn *nfi raJ* brough the hall as    where    the    old league off*indinfc panel reconvened after enlisted man, acting as chair- na|,oljs failed.    a    16-dav    recess,    and    one    —    So man, read a statement from Lt.    ho^    far    America,    Britian ™ny - Vacuum Oil comoanv of dSkSKPltf«»SSi?*«.“» *“ .«    Aork-P-mp.1yC°d«& U HIO An o. __ lA_ Gen in«    411    ine    snow ing list of places now occupied bv veterans in training. P 7 rnf2!S.ter’pressman’ frozen foods, rose grower, cook, hotel manager ♦ll!- .su?*nn‘endent, feed nSri- feed min 1J?atcher> .flour miller, foreman, tire shop, flour oil ^Stribution?    U>g’ Wholesale me^rSu^elde^*^ %£ min    plant»    book sales men, refrigeration, dri-ice engineer, ranching, law clerk.* I Employers Pleased Electrician, bank clerk che-1 miad company, sign service, wft drink concern, dairy, funeral borne, poultry, department store “d,,e"def sh°P. hardware,’ ®^a^’ real estate and insurance instruction contractor.    ’ All early reports from em- hiveerbJ?.nVefr g00d and “>"* sav m*mvL fran?ly enthusiastic, y members of the committee program. g ^ im?VZ Three Killed When Storm Strikes Area JSJS S.Hl °' Uk* Vi,,a**' AHcoom., Suftora, Rod Cross Aiding Tornodo-Stricken East To»os LAKE VILLAGE, Ark., Jan. 7 fAPl Thro. were killed, several others injured and ten P ^Z50"5 structures were    ^    J ? ^ or more frame uLiuies were destroyed or damaged when Arkan^a’ i. W. D. Styler, commanding    and Canada are willing to go in New ’ army forces in the Western Pac-| d,*cIo?in« [n forma lion about the 4would continue only on^iU^-n explaining the delay in home    atT 19 to be discussed thorough- (ter™-    °W“ nd trios.    Iv bv the nonoroi    \    i Fn.n Tobin ta Narrow paps When (ar pm Orerlwka 2™Sln Vi°r    Sunday    af- {WEATHER .. er°tkH,a,h=«a-Partly c!oudy, cool-tnniih? stternoon, generally fair iZg»L?nd T.uesday: cooler south tortieht- t n° f° C001 Panhandle temperature 25 L.^b^dje to 35 southeast; war- ncSn 6St Tuesda7 after- 6l's al Le Havre In Proles! March dssSr*- 7'i;r "e-uTws° ton at tlePuyment Cam‘> Bos-ramM if Havre marched to camp headquarters yesterdav mrenfStin* delays in their ship- safd today?*’ " “d StriP“ The army newspaper said th* camp commander acc^pted a letter addressed to Theater Pa»« mander Gen. Joseph T. McNar" ney which stated the men had mn had been given four readiness dates—the last Jan 2 and were now informed they wou"d before    ZVef5at°the *~rt    area Two (rewneo Die ta Plane (rash Sis Others Injured In Murky Woo thor Unding ^BIRMINGHAM. ALA., J.„ , 7, inL7~ "ew member* died of injurtre and six other persons were injured when a PennsvL r Tne t*ad were co-PBot Delmar r ?’•’ Oklahoma City BosevmS S ?amuel Carson of Roseville, Mich., an extra nilnt Who was on a check trip P BiSUf^S “l Carson died in a S'™'"gka5 hospital. The pilot! Raymond Paulis of Rochester: N. Y., was seriously hurt. a —r **. “‘“vs Duu in west o dei -when their automobile skid-*dCd r°m4the hl?bway and turn-a stop C*    coming to Mr Cleve and his wife were enroute fromi Tulsa to Ft. Worth, i* n’s^hen ^bc accident occurred at 2:15 p.m. Sunday. f^ing hard and the Wh!n pi h I g h w 3 y was slick, wnen Cleve approached a curve his car started skidding and he lost control.    * xtitinTif” °f ih_e highway patrol stationed in Ada said Monday morning that Cleve was appaZ relief ."I'1!"* uat a reasonabIe Siureld when the eecident A 1942 Nash driven by Cleve Poetically demolished. Nether of the two people in the car was seriously injured-however, both received emergency treatment at a local hospital \ tornado occurred during a Uff^ZnT IVk,1!ed a man id?n* tified only as Taylor and a negro Koyal and his wife, T™ant* on a plantation near rw!!?’    *    mi!es south of bere, reported°Un y riff J°hn Biggs ho^    bIew    a    small    club- ♦ t ^ree waterfront cot- Biggs'said Chicot- near here, MANY HOMELESS IN TEXAS 7 ^cogdocheI8 tSc.^8 'ZI; Bed Cross and local relief agencies were caring for 500 onP’fJf88 Emilies ana more than OFFER EXPIRES JANUARY 15, ism Ado Evening News Christas Balate Offer CLIP and MAIL TODAY A * IT a OAoa rn  - %XP Ada Evening News, Ada, Oklahoma Gentlemen: for wh!chh!d/ind *--(check    fooney    order) News to bTn r myJubscriPti«>n to the Ada Evening iNews to be delivered as indicated below. BV CARRIER OR MAW. □ By carrier in Ada, or HI by mail anywhere OUTSIDE Pontofei «d ad- ^^95 joirnng counties.    J    per Name Street Number or R.F.D. Town year State While MIM Of Hirohlta to ll. J. Fiwf Frost to Bo Shown At Vet Hospitals and Civic Events By DUANE HENNESSY Jan’ 7» ***>— from Emn* S- ^hite stallion SSoc P [ Hirohito imperial f u -as hoisted aboard a canrarmvPr *a7 as an Amerism a^?y heutenantg souvenir and within two weeks it will be SIT** on a San Francisco The horse that lured lo non curious service men to Meiji indium for his only occupation appearance goes to the United *s foe trophy of Lt. Dick ®y“- former HoUywood stunt Sm.T .i I**1, rodeos for the * Pacific. *„ri ST1** *own aU motion pie-SS? .fcfor first Frost and Ditil, 3 " at v**erana’ hos-^tals and civic events,” Ryan th*" a™Vy report disclosed today early in «h!fn racmg association Fire? iv J.. oc21Pa‘lon offered SS! bitte decltaS™1 MacAr- — ' ^ Two Na to Ante South of Ardmore Fire Destroys Cor In Which They Were Waiting ARDMORE. Okla., Jan. 7.—(JPi MAH k‘8hway patrol said Oscar hSr m d Mane‘‘a' and Mark Idell, 29, Burneyville. died today ImtnmnV? ^hlch . destroyed an automobile in which they were for companions to return W“h a repaired tire. CllrMnPer.s P*6? Cobb al*d Roy four!?    °ur c°mpanions found the car m flames when ^iLsr**tli’ned* A Bat tire had more    miles    south of Ard- sa*d ^bere was no indication how the fire started lf - Head the Ada News Want Ads. ann ~ r ol1^ «»ure man J. «d persons today as the death toll mounted to 29 in tor-rfdoe? winch swept across five east Texas counties. Eds?"» Red Cross director of the midwest district, who arrived yesterday from St. Louis $2600000 ?r0Pfrty dama«e at nLn?’ vs four additional ueru reported from the Fdl™ whlch struck Friday night. estimate did not inc ude damage to pine forests ox the counties. Issue Clothing, Food Two Red Cross emergency dis pensmg stations have been set up here and another at Palestine to issue clothing food and bedding to destitute families. Nine emergency shelters have been set counties chapters in the Ave Nations1 headquarters of the «ed Cross announced yesterday I 750 nnna<iL ilIJed priorit'es for whi?h ?. ?rd .feet of ‘umber for Ll jatlma‘ed as sufficient struc^reqllSr^ C°" Chinese Troops Are Now in Mukden CHUNGKING. Jan. 7. — <JP) _ rst national government troops entered Mukden Saturday corning after a march along the railroad leading to the city a here't°odayal diSPa‘Ch reported The announcement said the *°ldler? were greeted by large, thusiastic crowds. i j e    ay    more plane loads of Chinese troops landed at capital of Manchuria, from Peiping, the dispatch said. —ui mc western .rac-ific, explaining the delay in home bound trips. EarIjfr’ thousands of milling enlisted men had marched to styler s headquarters and sent in a £om/mtfre of five, which was told by the general that the changing international situation prevented sending all eligible men home at once. Long before 6 p.m., service-men began gathering and climbing the twisted masonry fronting the great flight of ruined steps to the capitol entrance, where a ma5e"Shift stage had been set up with a wheezing loudspeaker. •By th® time T/4 Harold Schiff-nn. Rochester, N. Y., the chairman. called the meeting to order the triangular lot in front of the legislative hall was packed with thousands of soldiers. GFs Speak Their Mind They cheered as one by one en-listed men took the stage and spoke their mind. The speakers exhorted their listeners to write their congressmen, and declared the war department was changing the rules on redeployment. Meanwhile, a charge was hurled that a uniformed man, representing himself as an officer, examined hundreds of soldier telegrams to congress which already had been turned in to a cable office here. The charge was made by Earl Baumgardner, manager of the Manila branch of the Radio Corporation of America, shortly after the soldiers demonstrated outside the office of their commanding general and called a-nother mass meeting for tonight Baumgardner said a Filipino night supervisor was on duty ear-Iy today when a man wearing an U. S. army officer's uniform en-tered the office, demanded to see the files, and read them. Violated Codes The manager declared that whoever the man was, he had no authority to examine the files, violated the civil and criminal codes, and he had called the mat- wr r? tbe attention of Lt. Gen. W. D. Styer, commanding army ..lf8 in the western Pacific. ‘You can be certain that the examination of the cable office files was without the knowledge or approval of General Styer.” said Ll. Col, A. R. Hurd, public relations officer. “No statement can be made until an investigation is completed to determine whether any investigator of this command is guil- V • Earlier a committee of five soldiers personally placed the men s complaint in the hands of non®1* iaJter 8 parade of about 3,-000 soldiers to headquarters during the morning. Patterson By-Passed City G. I. committeemen also sought to voice their complaints to secretary of War Patterson on his ex-pected arrival here—but learned ne has decided to by-pass Manila on his current world tour. the c°mmitteemen that the changing international situation forbade sending all eligible men home immediately Military police said all the de- , , - —    mu!    uufcn-;    ii if by tbe general assembly some    fourteen    other companies tole. la^nrhl    Minister    Attlee    I    *raP.hed the panel that they wert aunches the opening sessions. t continuing negotiations with the The issue of safeguarding I    and. in general, iw nj its mav force need for coming to Washington. I mon Head Replies prStaeir-dSiAd^ S *bat *be direct negotiation* J)er cent wa8e in-MreH hf. nd were .b€i"8 ham-Of “extraneous1 American atom secretly ^fore? a tog power review of the atomic energy plan agreed upon recently at the Moscow Foreign Ministers conference. k«^1s review Probably will be Rvrref? SOOn as Secretary of State &Mar;iVCS.and Mor* United Nations begin w orking out !n!rTj’ 0nar controls tor atomic energy in line with the formal resolution submitted by Britian Canada Rf th® United Stoles, andahersclUSS‘a’ FranCe’ China of “extraneous issues.* In a telegram to Dr. Frank P Graham chairman of the oil pan-inare r®SId*nt M. Brewster Jenn- to Bov^°«y*‘Vacu-m objected abilftv ei nment consideration of oilily to pay in studying wage questions, declare re    7a?e (I*1 Washington, a state depart-1 Ooestions. declaring this indi-men spokeaman said last night j a tr™d toward “rigid gov- rnment control of industry Injection of the ability to nay d“awaireCoefnt!h reiu,ted in with-corno?-!tm :he General Motors tartfndfoL °m govern , ,    proceedings in the General Motors strike case PiJfcSTSB* to the sam« issue conv1 t-Si e' counseI for So-. reP°rters his firm (Continued on Page 2 Column 3) Another BigList Of Jap War (rime Sniped! Doe Soon    „    „„    ^ TOYKO, Jan., 7, '.F>v-Supreme' |™onIy ^^Wenre’^tfrtl otdr^jozu!lsroTja,u^    to    pay    - * —^issue ai least one more major list of Japanese £»r criminal suspects to engulf 2!?ilsgovern,ne.nt officials who TZ ••••va auiiiM normally published Company Assails Trend Jennings’ telegram said So-cony was “unwilling x x x to might escape the latent iweeoin£ C°ny was ‘^nwiTling xix to directive for a political purge !tion°«fa*e a.trend in the direc- • « ThonlUX' I “OnA0nvahr:g,^"t^. Brig. Gen. Elliot dared today. The chief of counter - intelligence said he had talked the mat-ter over recently with General MacArthur, who had left open ihe juestion of future arrests earning* ’* t een ***** and “wmlfrf i Jennings asserted. iHI°utId lead mevitably and rap. iroT cl ?ndXg0Vernm6nt Such control would of nee**, ntife* identical. with foe su rpe likewise served notice Jo ^JnL? J00*1 identical with the that Japanese officials who re- 'im! Iff. f3018! fcPHPmies which sign under MacArthur’s order last Italv pfu ln ^ermany and week to remove from offSs all    duHn* the mo'* " those who helped lead Japan to ed at fh^'h C°mpanv represent- '';ar .m,8ht still be prosecuted by lai, t?c Ref in,'T'"*3 was fo* At* allied courts.    j    viIC    Henning    company. The Japanese Press Dublished *ha»n!5*tS .st?tement Pointed out stories saying that thl orderhldKd Lf!1 f?tt',‘nders had re-create Tom.’. *.----  .    ..aa    fessed    before    the    Christmas    hol- politi- —    •••ft    14 created Japans “greatest , fo „rl°n!?S1C5'" ‘■'hillenged the f. pr*mjer Shidehara s much - critized cabinet. thJzee.K”e'lspaper Mainichi said the cabinet was unable today to decide what to do about ‘ Arthur s blunt orde. and {.days hoping that oil refininx companies would negotiate set-tlement of the wage dis|me Wages Issue, Says Knight w?°W#'er’ he ^Ported, only two refineries belonging to two (Continued on page 2, col. 4) Uck and Presence of Mind Bring Local Truck Driver Out of Tight Spot Recently ._A b‘8hway accident with sev- I Hit Something Solid lh., • But the wheels struck some- h?m "g *0me extra «armen‘s with mg solid, the truck tum*H t!»u____ NORMAN, OKLA., Jan.. 7 CW «?.,?5mo:iaITServicea were held ft !°rT.LZ Norma“ I™*1 who A d V? * JapaPese prison camp. A native of Beaver coLmty h* tor^lmcL*011 °* Mr* and Mrs* Les' *rii / J J bident with sev-eral freakish angles and with the presence of mind of a driver re-fSOSP from war came out of damage a mu>lmum amount And, says Johnny Rogers, dri- Danv «Tt    Transfer    com- pany It wasn t as bad as fighting the Germans”. „    in spite of his being WM* n« IP cab of 8 truck that was under water and having to r l j safety, which he accomplished briskly. Th* truck left Seminole early fcSwaH mornin8 with rain h.j    Hewvy rams of the night |l?d sent Salt Creek rolling high. ZaXZ.hBd ba,cked up across the wVr. !h^!.S V.°nR uhe creek and Dalement * mches over Johnny had already slowed to endive* fn hour miles back ana eased into the water exDect-mg to push safely through. foarplyS°todthelWand shroff I serif h"ny *scaped with one the embankment into water that I»?«!,on a tjnger. no lar-swirled a foot and « half over    a    p,nhead- He worked the top of the truck-which fo? MonH»v 8 Wa^ out °" h“ run some reason didn’t turn over    Si    ?• aS usual* The left glass of the cab had the truck^nH6^ Vndama*5d and been broken somehow and water I i    trailer would have rushed into the cSb lilhnifi d leS than $50 damage, com-couldn’t force the door open : effwts n^ti!* ^ eXCept for the against the weight of water so I rolled down the broken glass    An    Li Undamaged partway and, being a wiry small tor?., 0p^    paychecks fellow, got himself through and drift not^ ThlP °hyelhere did not out on twre 4u- *_____* «nw|anit out. The checks were dried Mac- different companies had* reached much-dep^T^n ."ISJ!?«)Agreemcrn^ h,da0??dgnM”ZthurrSte,yY?a: I    a, Chaqies filed Oa Two for Shooting Intent ta Kill Charged la Wounding a# Patrolman . Cbar6es of assault with intent Ina to We? fUed Monday morning in justice court of Frank Bourland against Howard Kirk- paillckand Leonard Robinson. I he charges were an outgrowth of shooting in which Highway Patrolman Harvey Hawkins was ","d in one hand at *h“ th. n1la.y » ^b nor‘h of Ada on the night of December 29. rto^nCharg!) assauH with rn mill I*? dangerous weapon. filed last week against Kirk-patrick, was dismissed before til. mg of the new charges. » n ......uvi* UUU out on top of the truck. Along Came Rescue The top lights, like the others ton!*,*? # burnAn* and when a trucker from Gainesville, Tex came along he naturally stopped to investigate. tn^bnny io°k otf his clothes, tossed them over to the other 2!iVwkam °Y5r and *ot ^to dry clothing, the other driver —...v viicvns w ci e ai lea out and in the hands of the men n a few hours. Bills on the cargo also stayed inside and were dried out with little damage. Cargo is being checked today. Company officials and an in-vestigating state highway patrol-man cleared Johnny of blame for the accident—and are still won- wit h1^    s2 much happened with so little damage that could nave been so great. day. Headquarters^no fog, had been arranged. W g<Jvfrnment source estimated ftolau    ?00    top-ranking    of- ficials would lose their jobs and that several thousand Japanese office holders of lesser rank had he^disquaUfied as a resist Cen. HtrganPaf On Refusing to Resign ♦ uT^ON. Jan. 7. — f.p) Al- offlee of*1 twrda^ of the London Llt rJw UNRRA reiterated that Ban UNRRA !Merick “or-K8n. UNRRA chief in Germany had been recalled here, the gen- tonL*3* Jep®rted standing pat lf® \, °n decision not to resign his post. rtffto31! 0r* dispatches quoted an FVitofi ,ln Morgan's office in tion? hi!? Pl S8ving no instructions had been received for the ITNRI? a • rreturn to London, but 5 London office said he vias expected to return from wre«h£rL™i5tane as soon as Fighting af Three Points in Iran SHERAN. Iran, Jan. 7.—L bighting was reported at three separate points in troubled Azerbaijan province today, in what an Iranian general staff officer d^f,?f as i an outbreak of counter revolutionary activity’’ agan\stA supporters of the n’f-St-Vlfd Azerbaijan regime. Th* officor, who described the °p5oa!S* forces as "nationalists ' a"d Partisans." quoted Iranian army intelligence reports as say-ing that the Nationalists ivJre in the outskirts of Mianeh” and had fought to within six miles of Maragheh. Fighting also was re- Tabriz 3t Malik Mandi. south of Four-wheel brakes wuz a great improvement, now th* pedestrian can sometimes be dragged out o’ th* street before th tenth car runs over im. Contentment is th* seat o* happiness—th’ easiest way t* find it is t’ look in th* dictionary. ;