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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Ada, Oklahoma Page two the Ada evening news monday june 5, 1944 Ekoniak in sundays edition of the society news the names of or. And or. Glen Smith were unintentionally omitted from the list of guests present at a birthday party Given for maned Brooks. J. Win Gard of Roff left Sun-11 Iii Sii Day for College station Texas i of Al 1176111611 will where he is an engineering Stu was was Dent at Texas a. And m. Miss Imogene Holden left Friday for Lincoln neb., where she will visit her brother. Pvt. J. Holden who is stationed at Lincoln air base. Or. Ruth e. Walters foot Spe-1 Calist will relieve foot suffering Aldridge hotel la a. In. Toll p. Rn., tuesday. Every other tues to Day thereafter. 6-5-lt� Jim Watters Al Reno spent the week end visiting his family Here. Or. And mrs. Tom Watson re turned saturday from Camden s. C., where they visited their son Tom Watson jr., who is Tak-1 ing advanced flight training with j the aah and his wife. Another son Billy Watson in air training at Orlando fla., and his wife. Came to Camden and the i family had an eight Day visit w. T. Rawleighns general line of merchandise. Western Auto. 10-22-t or. And mrs. Q. Morgan and family were week end visitors is Holdenville. Or. And mrs. W. Hailey 706 East fourteenth had As their guests Over the week end mrs. Rai Leys sister mrs. Leslie Holland and daughter. Miss Betty Railey of fort Worth Texas mrs. Railey accompanied them Home for a weeks visit sunday. Miss Geraldine Roberts visited friends in Oklahoma City this week end. Mrs. Elizabeth Cox of Holdenville was a week end visitor in Ada. Mrs. Ben Whitehead who has spent the past week visiting her Sisters mrs. Rubrecht mrs. Dahl and mrs. Beeby at Orlando and Marshall met her husband in Oklahoma City where the two attended the National association of letter carriers state meeting. They returned to their Home Here sunday. Oren Robertson of Camp Clai-1 borne la., is visiting relatives1 and friends in Ada. Expert repair service on All sewing machines and vacuum cleaners. Singer sewing machine co. 5-14-tf Tom Thomas or. And mrs. Churchill w. Thomas or. And mrs. John Keltner of Ada and or. And mrs. Ray Thomas of Corpus Christi Texas were in Oklahoma City sunday with or. A c. A. Thomas who is critically ill in Wesley Hospital there. State senator and mrs. Allen g. Nichols of Wewoka were sunday visitors in Ada. Staff sergeant Bencie f. Dillard who has spent the past fifteen Days visiting his parents or. And mrs. Lewis Lillard of Stonewall returned saturday to his Post at Esler Field Alexander la. Plenty of Slack suits $2.99 to $6.99 at Moreland a 112 East main. 6-l-5t miss aggie Gordon who has spent the past several Days visit ing or. And mrs. M. L. Lewis and mrs. Bertram Smith 901 South Broadway left monday for Dallas Texas where she is to be employed. Miss Ila Mae Jeter of Oklahoma cite spent the week end in Ada visiting friends. Miss Doris Rowe who has been teaching at Davis the past school term and miss Franconia Lalla thin teacher at Raymond Wash., have returned to Ada to attend East Central for the summer. Cant. Richard Burch of Shawnee spent the week end in Ada visiting his wife. Or. And mrs. Tom de Vaughan left last week to make their Home in Tulsa. Or. Vaughan will be educational director of the Glenwood Baptist Church there. Mrs. Carolyn Solomon spent the week end in Vanoss visiting her Mother mrs. Glen c. Cornell and or. And mrs. Carl Solomon and family. Miss Euva Jean eeds was a week end visitor in Stratford. She visited her parents or. And mrs. Dewey eeds and other relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Clyde Alletag spent sunday in Shawnee visit j ing their daughter Peggy and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Ivy Davis 812 West tenth is visiting her sons amm 1/c Bunyard b. Daivs who is i stationed at Long Beach calif., i and amm 3/c l. H. Davis who stationed at Pasco Wash. Billy Kent Hoipkemier Sta-1 toned at Camp Maxey Texas visited his parents or. Ana mrs. F. W. Hoipkemier sunday. Genuine sheer non run full fashioned hosiery. 82c at Scott a newest shades. 5-21-lm mrs. Bob Brumley 1008 North Texas has received word from her husband who has been in the Hospital at fort Lewis Wash., j that he is on his Way Home. He has been in the army two years. Mrs. Bessie Harrison and mrs. Loma Agnew have returned from a week end visit with mrs. Lucy Williamson at Shawnee. Sgt. Delbert Maxwell who has been spending the last ten Days of his furlough with his parents and wife in Ada was Given a dinner party wednesday evening before he left for his Camp in South Carolina those attending from out of town were his grandmother mrs. Minnie Mcghee mrs. Gertie Jones and daughters Mardel and Billie Hodges of Coalgate and or. And mrs. Earnest Carter and son Earnest Mack of Atoka. Large shipment of celanese Rayon hosiery�?45-gauge, 75-denier�?86c.�?newest colors. Scott a the store that appreciates customers just looking. 6-4-im Thelma Smith spent the week end visiting her parents or. And j mrs. L. Smith in Seminole. Pfc. Jess Smallwood of Maxton North Carolina who has been spending the past ten Days visiting his Mother mrs. W. Smallwood returned to his base sunday. J miss Jeanne Davis of okla j homa City visited friends in Ada Over the week end. Mrs. A. M. Stuart Secretary of red Cross left recently for St. Louis mo., where she will spend the next three weeks taking the Home service course of the a t Lineal american red Cross. Miss Odema Fowler visited friends in Oklahoma City sunday. _ hundreds of Cool Cotton Wash frocks $1.99 to $8.99. Sizes 9 to 50 at Moreland a. 112 East main. 6-l-5t or. And mrs. Jack Bickham and children former residents of Ada have returned to make their Home Here after being in Texas for some time. Miss Maris Fike is visiting miss Ruby Mcmanus in Oklahoma City for a few Days. George Toler jr., has enrolled in the freshman class in civil engineering at a. And m. College. Stillwater. George was one of the highest ranking members of the senior class of Ada High school this Spring. Mrs. Dick Corbin of Mcalester was a sunday visitor in Ada. Oral Wingard who has been spending a mid term vacation with his parents or. And mrs. A a Billy Nolen who is stationed at great lakes 111., is spending a seven Day leave in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Riley Nolen 119 West sixteenth. Or. And mrs. Jim Sampson or. And mrs. Robert Shultz mrs. Ivan Sampson mrs. Virgil Gordon miss Grace Cole miss Lawanda Cole. Mrs. Powell Shultz Jap Westbrook. August Shultz Earl James and Howard Sampson and miss Anna Mae Sampson were in Ada monday. Italian partisans continued from Page one from a water main broken by the germans in destroying a Fiat factory. I warned of scout car As we passed the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore romans from upper apartment windows shouted a warning that a German scout car was ahead. We were proceeding Down the via Nazionale in front of the Bank of Italy one Block from the roman forum when a German heavy machine gun suddenly began firing. My Driver. Pfc. Kenneth Kopplin of Huron s. D., headed straight into the Entrance of a big store. When the shooting stopped we saw the wrecked scout car ahead with two germans dead and another dying with blood gushing from his Chest. A Tubby German Captain in new Field Gray uniform stood against the Wall the prisoner of two sightseeing French officers who had surprised him in a truck on a Side Street. Italians curse German italians shrieked curses at the German As he blinked owl like through Horn rimmed spectacles. They cried at the Siht of a it dying american Soldier. Moonlight shone through a Gauzy Mist As our infantry silently in Indian file encircled the 1 forum and the Palazzo Venezia where Mussolini a Balcony Hung i empty. At a police station adjoining the forum officers said All was quiet in Vatican City and the last i germans fleeing from their Ren j Devous near the colosseum. Infantry moves in ancient Rome the goal of nine months of heavy sacrifice left the Allied troops a West As they swung in a tired shuffle j along her famous avenues their Grimy faces bearded their hands i and Cheeks kissed by the swarm-1 ing populace. As darkness settled they fanned out into All Comers of the City i firing their rifles in the air to keep the romans out of the Way i i of the heavy army vehicles Fol i lowing. Most of the troops caught sight of St. Peters High dome for the first time from the via Catilina on the outskirts of the City but the great Stone ruins of the forum were a Surprise saved for the last. The Bridges Over the tiber in he City now Are being guarded. The West coast flank of the German 14th army must seek another route of escape. Indian sing ers feature for singing convention Ada singing convention will meet at the missionary Baptist Church tuesday night at 8 of clock. Several special numbers have been prepared for the meeting. An Indian quartet from Hickory Hill Community will be on i hand probably the outstanding feature on the program. R and s. Ada Council no. To Royal and select masters will meet tues i aay june 6, 7 30 p. In. For the i purpose of conferring the Council degrees on a candidate from Hugo Oklahoma. All Council masons Are invited to attend. Carl f. Gurley l m. One third of the worlds 7,000,-00 Miles of Telegraph wire is in the United states attend conference governor will to speaker at Oklahoma City affair o the Oklahoma state firemen a association will hold its 50th annual convention at Oklahoma City on tuesday wednesday and thursday de Haley president of the association and Ada fire chief said monday. Or. Haley called the meeting the first since 1941, to discuss several problems that Are confronting the 219 fire departments Over the state. The meeting is not actually a convention but a business conference the president said. Governor Robert s. Kerr will speak at the tuesday afternoon session and attorney general Randall s. Cobb is also scheduled to speak tuesday. Jay w. Stevens san Francisco executive Secretary of the International association and member of the National Board for fire underwriter will speak wednesday morning. E. Young and Ollie Coleman members of the Ada fire department will be on hand for the conference. The Ada department is qualified to Send five delegates but because of the Lack of firemen i Only two men will attend. Sim i Ilar problems Are arising Over the state and for that reason the number attending the conference will be at a minimum. Boy Dies Paraiba injured by flames Lawton june 5.�? up it a Myron Louis Smith to was burned to death and his parents or. And mrs. Henry l. Smith suffered injuries late yesterday in a fire that destroyed their five room Home at Medicine Park 15 Miles Northwest of Lawton. Sheriff George Myers said the tragedy was the result of an explosion that occurred while the father was attempting to sold sex a Gas tank to a stove. The father was in a fort Sill Hospital but his condition wis not considered critical. Mrs. Smith suffered Only Ninor Burns. Fen r children escaped injury the Smith family moved to Medicine Park three years ago from Hobart. Funeral for the victim will be held at Hobart. Moscow delighted at fall of Rome Moscow june 5.�?up a news of the Allied capture of Rome was received enthusiastically in Moscow today As a sign of impending Complete occupation of Italy and defeat of Germany. Maj. Gen. Mikhail Galaktionov reviewing the Victory in an article in pravda used the warmest words of Praise yet Given Here to an Allied militant operation. Gen. Sir Harold alexanders plan was described As a excellent a its execution a perfect a and its result a of the most important political and strategic significance. A the loss of Rome should bring about the loss of entire Italy for the germans a Galaktionov said. This Victory is a very promising Symbol of future new victories and Quick successful development of joint operations which will bring about the Complete crushing of Hitler Ite socialists seeking funds for Campaign Reading pa., june 5.�?upi�? the socialist party sought today to raise $100,000 to defray the Cost of a nation wide Campaign by Norman Thomas of new York and Darlington Hoopes Reading pa., its presidential and vice presidential candidates selected unanimously in National convention yesterday. More than $8,000 in Cash and pledges was raised among delegates at the last convention session which named its 1944 National ticket amid the singing of party songs cheers and the playing of a piano and a Bass fiddle. Thomas 59-year-old Veteran of socialist campaigns former minister and four times head of his party a National ticket said he accepted a fifth nomination Only because of the unusual times and the Opportunity to combat what he called the a a imperialistic peace Aims of Allied leaders. British subs sink 31 Axis ships in Mediterranean London june 5.�? at British submarines Sank 21 Axis ships. 26 of them merchantmen and five naval auxiliaries in recent operations in the Mediterranean and Aegean seas the admiralty announced tonight. Seven other merchantmen were damaged the communique said. The u. S. Navy department announced that american submarines had sunk 16 More japanese merchant ships bringing their total to 589. One of the British prizes was a Large and strongly escorted munitions ship bound for the big greek Island of Crete. Submarines also shelled a number of Shore targets on the italian and South French coasts and on Crete the admiralty said. Sooner stars in dashes new Orleans june 5.�?ly a Elmer Williams former Northwestern Oklahoma state College athlete from Alva representing the Asp unit at Louisiana state University won the 100-Yard dash in 9.8 seconds and the 220-Yard dash in 22-seconds at the Southern aau track and Field meet Here yesterday. Marco Polo in his writings told of seeing 15,000 boats at one chinese Anchorage. Rome capture most important As showing allies can get Job done despite Hitler promises by Dewitt Mackenzie f associated fret War analyst ejection of the nazi vandals i from the eternal City will be accepted the world Over As a guarantee of Allied ability to demolish hitlers fortress Europe truly a propitious introduction to the a Day which will Mark the final assault. That seems to me to be the outstanding aspect of this grand achievement by the arms of civilization. The moral effect will be tremendous. Its specific and overwhelming answer to Der fuehrer a wild cry of yesterday a the year of the invasion will bring Germany a enemies an annihilating defeat at the most decisive moment. Meaningless three years ago or even less time such a declaration from the master gangster would have a de Many Peoples cringe. But today with his shattered legions fleeing northward from Rome before the hotly pursuing allies the harsh Gutte rals which once terrified the timid Are just the empty mouthing of a beaten Herr Schickl Gruber. Its worthy of note that once again Hitler has proved himself to Ibe without respect for his own word. He had declared that German troops were net occupying Rome. Yet Allied forces had to fight their Way into this City for whose preservation All civilized people were praying. Fortunately there seems to have been Small damage done to the capital according to reports thus far. Two objectives the recapture of Rome satisfies one of the two major objectives of the Allied offensive in Italy. The other was the annihilation of German Field marshal Kesselring a armies. How Well the allies will succeed in the grim task of destroying the enemy is still to be determined. They were pursuing Jap Soldier has reasons for being Sukk Al suicide shinto religion encourages it Only life of hopeless labor awaits end of War editors note Russel Brines knows the japanese Soldier by close observation. He was a War correspondent with the nip ponese forces in 1939 during clashes with the russians on the outer Olia manchurian Border. He was in Tokyo two years was an a correspondent at Manila when it fell to the japanese and was interned for 19 months in prison Camps by Russell Brines associated press War editor there Are Many ways to die in the japanese emperors service but not All demonstrate bravery. In Limestone caves above the bloody main Road on Biak Island another Hundred japanese last week took the easy Way suicide. These soldiers and marines killed themselves without accomplishing any military purpose. Thousands of japanese have met deaths equally wasteful from the military viewpoint by attempting to capture impossible objectives single hand edly and without orders. Besides emperor Devotion there is a More practical explanation for futile self destruction and death by hopeless assault. Shinto teaching has part shinto Japan a state religion i Liv teaches that death is a passing columns from the nazi tenth and j phase Between two similar fourteenth armies northward i worlds always to be accepted from Rome today and continuing j sometimes courted. From Earl to take a bloody toll. The Allied f Iest school years this idea plus 2311 fax i uric v\i1in#r ii a i it in i a air Force was piling the highways with dead germans and shattered equipment. Some 20,000 prisoners had been the a a glory of dying for the throne have been drilled into All japanese. On battlefields the japanese taken during the 25-Day old on j Soldier often is terrorized not by Slaught. Hie total of the great j death but it preludes artillery number of germans killed or and bombing assaults snipers nun Nurt is comot Kurt wounded is something which Kesselring himself can to know at this time. Trap i set five German divisions perhaps More than 50,000 men have been virtually annihilated. Several others have been shattered. The greatest Slaughter May be going on at this moment of debacle. Those troops which Haven to yet retreated past Rome towards the North Are in dire danger of being trapped. The position of the German forces which have been holding Between Rome and the sea is particularly precarious. Whether Kesselring will have enough strength left to make a stand on the Rimini Pisa line 160 Miles North of Rome depends on what happens on those awful highways As his men flee from death. That probably would be the line he would choose under Normal circumstances since it would guard the approaches to the French Riviera and the Balkans. He May keep on going to the main German line of Thespo River. A big question which Njust already be in Many minds is whether the capture of Rome completes another Section of the Allied Jig saw Puzzle of attack on hitlers fortress Europe thus enabling a further operation to be undertaken. Its possible of course that there May be several subsidiary offensives before a Day itself arrives. U. S. Subs Knock i j merchant ships from Jan fleets fire the constant fear of disgracing himself by unseemly conduct or capture. Mind unstable brooding this worry eats into the unstable brooding japanese mind. It can be eliminated Only by Battle excitement or finally the release by death. The Battlefield suicide receives the same rewards As the hero enshrinement at Masukuni Tokyo a great War shrine a spiritual position in the family a Hierarchy of gods higher than possible by peacetime living Cash awards to the deceased a family from the Imperial purse. These sometimes Are sufficient to remove generations of debt from peasant households an important Factor considering the intense japanese family Devotion. The harassed Soldier can acquire All this at to him a cheap Price. The alternative is Only More Battle Thunder More risk of disgrace and a Post War life of hopeless labor. Large transport and Large cargo vessel included in newest list Washington june 5.�?gp a United states submarines have destroyed 16 More of japanese dwindling Fleet of merchant ships the Navy reported today bringing the total of enemy ships sunk by american submersibles to 589. The latest bag included a Large transport and a Large cargo vessel. Navy department communique no. 522 said a Pacific and far East a i. United states submarines have reported the sinking of 16 vessels in operations against the enemy in these Waters As follows a one Large transport. A one Large cargo vessel. A seven medium cargo vessels. A two Small cargo vessels. A four medium cargo transports. A one Small cargo transport. �?o2. These actions have not been reported in any previous Navy department the total of enemy ships sunk to Date includes 148 combatant vessels. Heavy bombers continued from Page one month period when the italian capital was under nazi occupation. Die Only wrecked sections of the City were immediately adjacent to the san Lorenzo Timur Tina Osti Ense and tra Tevere rail Yards which the allies had bombed. Last ditch German rearguard died within the Shadow of the roman forum and in the streets of the government Quarter in bitter clashes As italian partisans bar chested and wearing Hammer and sickle insignia fought hand with fascists and nazis in a Brief Battle for liberation. The italian populace cheered american and Allied infantry and tank teams As they threaded the City a streets rushed to kiss the bearded and Grimy liberators and with shrill cries warned of ambushes ahead. Romans died too some of the romans died in the City a closing hours of German domination victims of machine guns they tried to seize almost bar handed. But despite the sporadic clashes which took place even though the German High command had Rome was an open City the ital pretended until the last that Ian capital with its store of cultural and religious treasures apparently came through unscathed police officers said All was for the most part quiet at the Vatican where the Pope has been a virtual prisoner of German bayonets since last september. King Vittorio Emanuele was expected to hand Over his Power to Crown Prince Umberto at a formal ceremony in keeping with his Promise of several months ago to act when the allies entered Rome although first reports from Rome were scanty concerning damage in the City a number of demolitions were carried out by the germans. Dispatches said the Fiat factory had been the scene of one such demolition while efforts also apparently were made to wreck Gas electric and water utilities. The danger of Field marshal Albert Kesselring a forces still facing the left flank of the fifth army Between Rome and the seacoast grew steadily. Cut main escape route the main escape route of these forces was lost when it. Gen Mark w. Clarks Armor and infantry crashed through the defensive screen on the outskirts into the City where they met on of Rome yesterday and swarmed j by sporadic resistance. Prisoners taken in the 25-Day old All out offensive passed Well Over the 20,000 Mark. In relent less strafing and bombing the tactical air Force had destroyed or damaged 1,200 German trucks and other vehicles. The widely acclaimed entry into Rome Climax of nine months of hard fighting in Italy a was accompanied by fresh gains in other sectors of the front. Palestrina astride an important Retreat Road North of the via Catilina four and a half Miles North of Val Montone was cleared of the enemy. At the same time the eighth army drove the enemy completely out of the Sacco Valley Clearing the towns of Piuggi Ziglio Paliano Guarcini and Cave. Kada a adar 1210 on year dial a Thi Blue network of Liniai not Woff mrs. Mattie Sweet mrs. Mattie Mildred Marie Sweet 1007 West fourteenth died at a local Hospital monday at 3 40 a. In. After a Brief illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 30 p. In. Tuesday from the Church of god Rev. E. T. Curtsinger officiating burial in memorial Park cemetery Smith funeral Home in charge. Mrs. Sweet was bom in Pontotoc county and was educated at Pickett school. Surviving Are the husband e. L. Sweet Ada a son Billie Eugene Sweet and four Sisters Verna Joyce Donna Carroll Joann and Sharon Elaine Sweet Ada four Sisters mrs. Myrtle Bates Roswell n. Mex., mrs. Willie Choate of Richmond calif., mrs. Minnie Robins of Oklahoma City and mrs. Pauline Griffin of Hobbs n. Mex. Two Brothers b. J. Phil pot of Ada and r. L. Philpot Oklahoma City father l. J. Philpot Ada. Miss Garnett Quot Sampson miss Garnett Sampson 18, of cotesworth Community near Bromide w As drowned sunday afternoon near Bromide. Funeral services will be announced later by Smith funeral Home. Surviving Are the parents or. And mrs. Ivan Sampson two Sisters Willie and Anna Mae and two Brothers. Earl Jarry a and Harold Sampson. Barnes the infant daughter of or. And mrs. Earl Barnes Ada route i died at a local Hospital monday at la a. In. Funeral services were held at the graveside in memorial Park cemetery monday at 4 p. Rn., Criswell funeral Home in charge. 4t there is a Telegraph Hill in Winchester England and another in san Francisco. Says no one knows time of ration easing Chicago june 5.�?�?walter f. Straub director of the opa food rationing division said today the nation would enjoy its current a breathing spell in food rationing for an indefinite period and that a a no Man knows just How Long it will last. In a prepared speech at the 46th annual convention of the National association of retail grocers Straub said the nation now was a in the midst of the most quiet and peaceful period in the Industry since rationing began. It a when and if the Supply situation changes rather than face the hysteria and the unfairness to All of panic buying needless hoarding x x x we May have to return to the rationing of 1943 and Early 1944, he declared. A it is my Earnest Hope that this May be born i Booth Cambridge England june 5 a a a mrs. Winifred Sadler 24, gave birth to a baby girl in a Telephone Booth while she was waiting yesterday for a woman Friend to Hunt for a car to take her to the Hospital. The Mother and her baby which weighed about 8j pounds were hospitalized and both were reported doing Well today. A amp a Good sign you know you Beer Whan you Sayte our Dosier Ipp co. to Home owned Home operated now showing text Gordon Margaret Lindsay Lena rih Horn Robinson cab Calloway t monday evening Ioos voice of the army 6 Ira easy Listeal Io-j-4 Raach 8 4.1�?melody Lase 71ir�?lam a a Thaer 7ioo�?watch the world a by 7 a so mind Date 8 ooh coasters a silo spotlight beads 8tar�?< Orovet Story Teller Otool Ray Moad g. Few tag 0 Ira tap of the eve mini to How Heldt time to >00�?behtadl the Warx we to torn tue Tim ii Ira Henry j. Taylor to Tao Salado Amigos to to sri news 11 00�? a Ian off tuesday morning 0 30�?farm Froat 6i4s�?ila a patrol 7 Ioos first head Baca 71ir�?two boys Aal guitars 7 30�?dr. Morris 7 4r�?interlude 7tro�?�?~today�?Ta americas her 7 Ray news so my breakfast club la Iooss Weet River. Shirt by True Story of idol Treasury Sou for today 0i4r�?our Mea at War to too breakfast at Sardis j 0 30�?news lids Alma Kitchen iot4r�?music Box 11 00�?this world of ours 11130�?farm fair 11i4a�?rnuadup time tuesday afternoon 12 00�?haulage talkie 121 Ira hum Bard family 12 30�?swiss time 12 43�?news 1 00�?klernaa�?Ts Corner 1 to re mystery chef i 30�?ladies be seated 2 30�?morton Downey 2 1r�?hollywood startling 2 30�?Ada news 2 45�?harry e. Lenino 3 00�?ethel sad Albert 3 13�? Don Norman show 3 30�?time views the news 3 43�?mr. Good 4 00�?wt.c.t.u. Program 4 Ira Romeos 4 20�?sea hound 4 4r�?dick Tracy 5 00�?terry and the pirates 3 13�? hop Harrison 5 30�?jack Armstrong 5 45�?consumer s news examiner assails inflated appraisals Rogers charges state has Lott Money because of Latimer county deals Oklahoma City Jun 5 a Cpl state examiner John Rogers charged today in a report covering state school land leans in Latimer county that inflated appraisals had resulted in looses to the state and recommended in investigation. Cases cited in a report filed with the governors office occurred Between 1926 and 1940. Discussing them it said a i estimate the loss in amounts of mortgage liens due to inflated appraisement to be about 66 2/3 per Cunt of the amount due the state in Latimer county. A no farm land is Worth $200 an acre without improvements in Latimer county. Thus the Loans made appear such As to justify investigation for fraudulent Security of the Loans which May be called political Loans. A the officers who made the Loans should be held accountable. A the report did not identify the officers. The Check in Latimer was one of Many which resulted from a 1943 legislative Resolution requiring reports to the examiner. His statement said that in 36 cases in the county no receiver was named or where they were appointed they failed to report. A workmen digging Sand and gravel for the Friant dam in California uncovered nearly $100,000 Worth of Geld. Four charged with defrauding la. S. Washington june 5.�? the department of Justice announced today that a Federal grand jury in Detroit has handed Down an indictment charging four persons three of them former employees of the Ford motor company with defrauding the government in the handling of subcontracts for machine tools used in the construction of b-25 bombers at the Ford plants. The four men Are Clifford c. Crysler formerly in charge of the mechanical designing department at Ford. Joseph c. Kalman formerly assistant to Crysler. Andrew Kalman a brother of Joseph one of the proprietors of the affiliated engineering company. Ralph w. Pierce formerly a purchasing agent for the Ford company. We a jlf1 Sprinkle your heat rash heh i irritated Akin Well with a a Massena the soothing by at medic St Der Sel la Emi Burn a it soothes itching. I its Dewey says Schoeppel Topeka kas., june 5.�?lf a gov. Andrew Schoeppel Saint today he no longer had any doubt that gov. Tom Dewey of new York would be the Republican presidential nominee. The general feeling at the annual governors conference in Hershey pa., last week he reported was that Dewey was practically Schoedel said he found the new York governor warmer and Mere affable than previously. St. Elmo a fire is a phenomenon associated with Mountain electrical storms. The ancient egyptians fed Honey cakes to the sacred crocodiles of the Nile. Mcswain today thru wednesday action Romance m Ann Baxter i Thorn Mitchell plus news was cartoon Aray a today a or w a tuesday double feature plus Watt Disney s greatest Starof Pitt said it Iii jims monday double uni program h Claudius plus. Quot with the marines at Tarawa Quot n a pm a w Jef own wooo v you re invited to listen in on the lunchtime tabla talk Al Hollywood a to stars. Hear your motion picture favourites from Tho Wco studio dining roam. Stars like. Cary int a Ginger Rogers Frank Sinatra Carole lanus John Wayne Laraine Day George Murphy a Toumanova i Tun in Iko l Quot Quot it. St /111 a i i ii of \ monday through Friday 2 15 p. In. Kada Norman c. Mitchell outlines policy to the voters of Pontotoc county in my initial announcement of my candidacy for county clerk i gave a background of my training and work in the county. I now want to give you my idea of what a county clerk should be and do. The county clerk is As you no doubt know both a clerk to the Board of county commissioners and a Register of deeds and other recorded papers. The county clerk comes into Contact with More citizens than probably any other officer in the court nouse. If i am elected it will be my policy to be courteous and Friendly with every one having business with the office regardless of How important the matter May be. I shall see that the papers Are recorded with As Little delay As possible and to make no charge except Nhat stipulated by Law. As clerk of the Board of county commissioners it will be my policy to be a clerk and nothing More. Being More familiar with the county government than some commissioners might be it will be my aim to Aid in every Way possible. I shall keep the records As the Law specifies and these records will be open to any citizen of the county whenever he wants to see them. I have no other motive in asking for the office than a Job i know i can fill and an Opportunity to Render the kind of service i think the people want and Are entitled to. If you agree with me in this i shall appreciate your consideration at the primary. As i must earn a living even during the Campaign. I solicit the Aid of All my friends. Please Tell every one about my record As a citizen and my ability to make a Good official. Norman c. Mitchell candidate for county clerk a adv

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