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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Ada, Oklahoma Monday june 5, 1944 the evening news Page three prepare for Rule of liberated lands by Tom Wolf Nea staff correspondent american so hut l Center. England june or what Consolation it May prove to the German people their is one White spot of cheer on their otherwise Black horizon they Are going to let the postwar break of Good government thanks to postgraduate training now being Given to hundreds of the British and american officers who will run the Allied military government of Defeated Germany. At the american civil affairs Center the training of officer students is a postgraduate course for Many of the students Here have had previous Basic training in military government. American officers started training either at the civil affairs school at chariots Seville va., or at one of the dozen special civil affairs training centers. For the British it started at similar schools in England. Many of these men have had experience in Sicily or Italy. Civil affairs units will be divided into a. A c. D detachments. In areas under american military control one third to one half the officers will be British. The Leverse proportions will hold in British military areas. Each detachment has an average of three enlisted men for every two officers. Face problems to make training As realistic As possible officer students work on e Xiv re ices simulating actual conditions. In a typical can civil a fans exercise detachments Are Given a Basic situation a farm mice signed sporadic armed opposition is expected from is troops and groups sympathetic to them civilian attitude expected to be generally hostile. A then for the two Days of the can. The officer students meet and must solve hundreds of problems typical of those they will actually have to solve in the Reich. Control sections of experienced officers Check students solutions As the can progresses. If a student muffs a problem the control sections sends him another problem which will show up the error of his first solution. Here ate some Samole relations. Taken from a recent can. Almost All the problems Art based on actual cases in Sicily and Italy. A ranks of police and firemen depleted. Must recruit. Public safety Section should organize. Immediate decision on police. Armed with what mayor police chief fire chief judges of state an District courts a All nazis have left. Other officials w Hile including party members. Will continue if you permit. What action mayor reports Many persons need inoculations against typhoid but refuse to undergo them on Queen meets a tree talking looking More like a tree than a human being a heavily camouflaged British sniper stands at attention As Queen Elizabeth chats with him during inspection tour of airborne units. Behind Queen is King George. Uns Ecret fact that our intelligence j is better in Germany than it was in Italy. Students Are getting detailed information in the Structure of the nazi state and party. But to Date at least the civil affairs Center curriculum includes no instruction on two vital subjects exactly w hat constitutes a nazi and exactly what is to be done with nazis of varying degrees. In fairness to am. It must be said that perhaps the decisions on these vital questions must come from a higher level than am. If so. The Laak of policy is not a mgr fault. On almost All other subjects the officer students Here Are profiting immensely from Mediterranean experience. To begin with. In Germany they will have the initial advantage of sufficient manpower. More manpower not Only Are there a censored number of hundreds of officers studying Here but there is another British run civil affairs school elsewhere in England. Plans have been worked out which will have to or 15 men doing in Germany jobs which three or four terribly overworked officers had to Cope with in Sicily. A civil affairs division is being established Oklahoma keeping Pace in search for tuberculosis Moss praying May Speed decline in mortality by discovering cases earlier Oklahoma City june 5. Oklahoma is keeping Pace with the nation in the search for tuberculosis and mass praying May make it possible to accelerate the present decline in mortality rather than merely Check the anticipated wartime Rise according to a statement by or. Richard m. Burke of tile state health department. A the War has greatly stepped up the Tempo of tuberculosis Case finding activity est or. Burke said. A in Oklahoma As elsewhere thousands of Chest a rays Are being taken now the a ii that they dont Trust and housekeeping new City government he Withes Delai off governing shoulders to refuse food to enforce comply n the second Pla Arnod Ante. Shall we let him i with previous experience Stu bar hic Assoc Ord Pruni meats fats four red Stamps As through w8 now valid indefinitely. Processed foods Book four Blue Stamps a8 through v8 now valid indefinitely. Sugar Book four Stamps 30 and 31 Good for five pounds indefinitely. Stamp 40 Good for five pounds for Home Canning through feb. 28, 1945. Shoes a Book three air plane Stamps i and 2 Good indefinitely. Gasoline a in Northeast and Southeast 10-a coupons Good for three Gallons through aug. 8. Elsewhere 11-a coupons Good for three Gallons through june 21. B-3 and c-3 coupons Good for five Gallons everywhere. Fuel Oil period four and five coupons Good in All areas through sept. 30. New period one coupons May be used immediately upon receiving them from local rationing boards. Once ousted nuts claim Rome has to military value but its foil brought first bulletins in Mony Doys from Hitler Headquarters of hic associated press London june 5.�? up a violent fighting raged Northeast of Rome today the German High command said in a broadcast communique after Adolf Hitler in two Headquarters announcements had acknowledged the fall of the capital despite a last minute Effort to declare it an open City. United states tank formations pushed into the Center of Rome yesterday despite the offer to make it an open City the bulletin said and a bitter Street fighting developed which was still continuing in the hours of the German propagandists noting that the allies hailed the capture of Rome As a great Victory sought to minimize the event by declaring the City had no economic strategic or political value except As tourist fight to go on the two special German communiques a the first word in Many Days from the fuehrer a Headquarters a were broadcast after Allied troops had liberated the eternal City. The fight in Italy will go on said the first announcement a to Force final Victory for Germany w Here Only hundreds were taken three years ago As a result much and her Allie year of a the tuberculosis is being i invasion uni Vainer seven thousand persons were a Rayed at 288 state clinics last dents Are doing in Advance Crapy things which will lighten their Load later. The whole am operation will be far More polished Sicily. 19.000 questions a two american one British officer mysteriously killed in one District in Post week. Because guilt cannot be fixed division commander desires your recommendations some 19.000 questions in All of re asked various groups in this can. Lessons in military government Learned in the Mediterranean have. With one exception been Earr cd Well. When am arrived in spa Fly. Partly because of a dearth of Advance information partly because of the Lack of ad-1 Vance instructions its civil affaire officers had no precise Yard . Stick for measuring what constr Chamberlain tuned a fascist. Some cases. Of lakes. 111., june 5 year and health officials Hope to triple that number this year. Clinics Are arranged by the state tuberculosis association with the state health department taking and interpreting the Chest films. Allx Ray films Are paid for from Christmas Seal funds. Since january this year 1,300 the Day we hit Germany than it films have been taken each invasion will bring Germany a enemies an annihilating defeat at the most decisive it declared German troops had left Rome a to prevent its the other announcement asserted Field marshal Albert Kes permanent peace possible Leahy agreement by victorious civilised notions con prevent big wort it. Vernon la. June 5 a up Admiral William Leahy presidential chief of staff declared today permanent peace could be achieved a if civilized Christian Peoples should at the end of this War enter into a solemn agreement to join forces at once in War against any nation that May in the future violate the sovereignty or the territory of any a such an agreement would make International War by an aggressor impossible of Success a it he asserted in an address prepared for the Cornell College commencement exercises. A foreknowledge of certain failure would prevent aggression even by such Pagan Peoples who Are now attempting to enslave the a after the peace will come the inevitable postwar political problems among which and in my opinion of outstanding importance is an agreement by the victorious civilized nations to prevent International wars for a Long time in the future a he continued. A i am convinced that this can be accomplished. A everybody May have peace if they Are Walling to any Price for it. A pert of this any Price is slavery Dishonour of your women destruction of your Homes and denial of your god. I have seen All of these abominations in oter parts of the world As the Price of not resisting Brett takes plea for judge change to supreme court asks court to assign different trial judge for Fitzgerald Hunt Cost Oklahoma City. June 5 act a Rutherford Brett Carter county attorney asked the state supreme court today to assign a different trial judge to preside in the conspiracy Case at Ardmore against r. R. Fitzgerald onetime chief state clemency investigator Fred Hunt former Warden of Oklahoma a two prisons and c. L. Bittings former chief clerk at Granite reformatory. Brett who previously had prosecuted Fitzgerald in two cases before District judge John c. Caldwell asked that the court disqualify the judge in the pending ease. Brett also asked that the court disqualify two Mem hers of the criminal court of appeals before whom he recently was unsuccessful in making a similar plea to switch judges. The county attorney asked that the supreme court take Over iowans jus Aren t bothering to Volo eleven Mojor races foil to bring folks to foils from other affairs beauticians launch Bond sales drive state cosmetologists aiming at $600,000 in Oklahoma Des Moines june 5.�?lb�? iowans were nominating their candidates for the fall election today with one of the lightest primary votes in state history expected. Topping the eleven major races in which they were contests was the one involving senator Guy m. Gillette Democrat who virtually had to be drafted to seek re election. He was opposed by Ernest h. Seemann Waterloo factory worker making his fifth attempt to get to Washington. State democratic leaders finally persuaded senator Gillette to make the race and shortly thereafter he received dear Guy letter from the president congratulating him on his decision to run. Before deciding to make the race Gillette steadfastly had opposed a fourth term for or. Roosevelt. Since however he has agreed to go to the National convention As a Delegate at Large and a abide by custom in casting the states votes for the president. Gov. Bourke b. Hickenlooper i was unopposed in his bid for the i Republican Senate nomination i general preoccupation with the War the anxiety of Farmers to catch up with their Spring planting and the absence of contests for several of the major offices were reasons advanced for the Light vote prediction. Nazis still attack in area of Iasi London june 5.�?lb�? apparently attempting to smash russian preparations for a new offensive the germans continued to attack yesterday North and Northwest of Iasi in Romania but were hurled Back with tremendous losses in men and material Moscow announced today. A broadcast soviet communique declared that in one sector alone 1,100 nazis were killed and 30 tanks were knocked out of action. The bulletin indicated the fighting was on a considerable scale saying the nazis had thrown Large forces of both infantry and tanks into the fray. Sharp air Bahles accompanied the ground fighting and 44 nazi planes were brought Down in combat or by anti aircraft fire the russians said. They reported the rest of the front was quiet but noted a soviet torpedo plane had sunk a i Large German transport in the Gulf of Finland. Oklahoma cosmetic ans Are setting $600,000 As their goal for Bond sales during june according to mrs. Dora Norton Oklahoma City state Secretary who was in monday arranging for the local Campaign. At t meeting sunday of Oklahoma beauticians at Oklahoma City. $130,000 was pledged toward the goal. The beauticians Are planning a vigorous Campaign with local leaders working in close co operation with the state organization. The $600,000 goal would provide funds for two bombers. J. R. Goodwin has been designated chairman of the local Effort. A i american slav Congress plumps for Roosevelt new York june 5.�? pm fifteen million americans said to be of slav descent have been asked to support president Roosevelt for a fourth term by the american slav Congress of greater new York. A Resolution adopted at the third annual conference yesterday also urged the president to be a candidate As the a surest guarantee of the defeat of the Axis. Guide dog leads Blind couple to marriage altar los Angeles june 5.�? first Down the aisle at the wedding ceremony was a guide dog. Then came the Bride Ruby Nelson 28, who has been Blind since birth and her bridegroom Ben Helwi 24, who lost his sight in an Accident nine years ago. They were married yesterday at the Highland Park methodist Church. He is an inspector in a War Plant. Somer Jones in race for Justice of the peace no. I Somer Jones has announced his candidacy. For Justice of the peace no. Subject to the democratic primary. Somer served As mayor of for six years and previous to that was chief of the fire department of the City for 14 years. He served for two years As chief of police. He has lived in for More than 40 years or just about All his life. His experience fits him for the position he seeks and he Hopes that All his friends will be Active in his behalf. He will give the position his undivided attention of the voters Honor him with their votes. % Tom Watson goes to Burlington schools Veteran teacher in and near Pontotoc county at Macomb lost two years Tom Watson Veteran teacher leaves soon for Burlington about 15 Miles Northwest of Cherokee and near the Kansas line where be will be superintendent of schools. For the past two years he has headed the Macomb schools. He was for years principal of Mccall Chapel school near Allen later was principal in Allen schools was superintendent at Tupelo. Watson East Central graduate admits to 25 years of teaching of which 20 years was done in Pontotoc county and the of her five years elsewhere in Oklahoma. Greater returns Tor amount invested news classified ads. High blood pressure a warning of dangerous complications selfing had Given the Vatican the proceedings and require the was months after we arrived in i month. The volume of a Ray i the German proposals that Rome be made an open City and asked they be con vexed to the Allied command. The announced proposals said sit ups come easy for Navy recruit Sailor did 5,555 in three hours five minutes High command in Abr l15emp1�d�d itself to keep no military has Inci eased personnel installations within the open City and budget limit difficulties tons. Selective service is now considered the greatest ally in fighting tuberculosis. All persons entering the armed forces Are a raved and will be a Rayed upon discharge. In Oklahoma since area and would carry out no troop movements in Rome. Does t really matter Field dispatches said German Armor in Rome offered stiff resistance to the Allied troops and German snipers fought from t. W. Roil or a Street to Street before they were july 1941, 65 per cent of Thea Neil out \ j cases discovered were not pre previously recognized. Mass a rays have been conducted in state institutions. The course were Clea German propagandists immediately launched a Campaign to impress people of the Axis that the loss of Rome was really favourable for them. A abandonment of Rome is i to i . I a uni leu Iii Aidie . Me a such men a j5 fic set ups this incidence of tuberculosis has Wen caught were removed from j dry it Ortyn a were i been found to be 13 times great of but in the great majority of in a did 5555 among Gener to population Quot gain from a military atom it a not Eav to deter three hours and five a fun luvs said in 7 per Tome who fascist. Member to _ ii cent of Oklahoma s tuberculosis Shin in the fax hot Narv proved a on Jur i deaths were traced to mental i Back someone holds your Ankles hospitals. Nothing in particular for such in Heirship was a Reoux site to i and then Homer almost Ever lob in Italy. Roehlig. 150-Pound. 18-year-students Are profiting from the1 j you raise to a sitting Harmonicas blow. A across the sea old recruit from Kingsford a three thou mich., lost four pounds 14 1/2 Sand Harmonicas Are on his exercises. J Way to America s overseas fight have to take charge of the Supply Quot but i stopped too he my forces. The Harmonicas along i be roman said. A i could have done 2.000 with a lot of nose flutes ocarina it r Amima Maui via or 3.000 More. And some of these and similar instruments were do Point of View a said Karl Praeg Ner. German radio commentator. A fall other considerations apart Supply of the town with its million inhabitants to which some 30,000 to 40,000 refugees must be added would be a very heavy Strain on the German army. The Allied High command now will Back for rest cure Camp Lejune n. Turoso Overa radio broadcast from Chicago. Adler got the idea from a daily Batch of letters from soldiers asking for his worn out instruments. A High school Harmonica or Davs i am going to do 10.000.�?� rated by the american Public As. The Navy claims that Froehlig s the result of a request made by. Feat is a world s record breaking j Larry Adler the Harmonica Vire in heroic Marine dogs suf the 5.200 Mark of a sergeant Jantzen of the army air forces stationed in Lincoln neb. But on May 4, officials of the army air j forces training school at Yale University reported that sergeant Edward a. Beranek scored 6,034. The muscular youth won letters in football and track at Kingsford High. A when i finished my 5,555 setups a Froehlig recalled a Only the lop Muscles of my thighs were rather Fering from Shell Shock and War neurosis have been returned from Bougainville for a rest cure at Camp Lejeune. The canine veterans first of any War dogs to be returned to criminal court of appeals to certify All records to the supreme court. The three defendants Are alleged to have aided the escape in 1940 of Carl Pruitt convicted livestock thief from Granite where he was under two eight year sentence. Pruitt also figured in the other two trials at Ardmore of Fitzgerald in one of which the former clemency aide was convicted of bribery in a verdict carrying a 30-Day jail term and $500 Fine and the other in which he was acquitted of harbouring a fugitive. Brett a plea that the supreme court order members of the criminal court of appeals disqualified is an unusual one. Stephen a. George and John m. Thompson. Ardmore attorneys representing Caldwell filed a demurrer to All of Brett petitions and alleged none stated sufficient fact to justify the court interfering. Fayetteville n. C., near fort Bragg was the first town in the United states to be named for the Marquis de Lafavette. A read the news want ads. Chestra in Easton pa., disbanded state so a Jejna i or Bolt Honor and donated its instruments. An Jap Nee other came from a Man past 70, snipe a bars a citation similar to who said false Teeth ended his Hobby. By mrs. Anne Cabot the h Inch pansies look like the real thing As they Are crocheted of Shade d purple and Lavender thread. The Center is White and of course the pansies can be done in White if you prefer but the coloured threads do give it a pleasant old fashioned look doily is 13� inches across. To obtain Complete crocheting instructions for the Pansy doily pattern no. 5711 Send 15 cents in Coin plus i cent postage. Your name address and the pattern number to Anne Cabot evening news pattern dept. 530 so. Wells us Chicago 7, ii Seabee Sprinkle for Dusty marines somewhere in the Marshall of a sea bees introduced a nostalgic note of Home by contriving a Road sprinkler cart to Settle the dust on this almost unendurable Coral Isle. The Coral dust was loosened Gingerbread during the recent heavy gun bombardment. Trucks caterpillars jeeps bulldozers and tractors aggravated the condition. The Seabee brought Comfort to the stifling marines by mounting a Barge Pontoon on a truck body and filling it with seawater. Quot to Nim Astral of monthly Quot a i fault wellness i Lydia i. Pinkham a vegetable com i a Pound la made especially for women i i to help relieve periodic pain with i weak. Nervous Blue feelings dual i to functional monthly disturbances. I taken regularly it helps build up i i resistance against such symptoms. J follow Label directions. I i Lydia e. Pinkham a cml silk is for gun powder bags because of its rapid and Complete combustion when the powder is detonated. The Cost of 312 feature length motion pictures and some 500 Short subjects produced by major Hollywood motion picture companies in 1943 was about $247,-000.000. Flesh Apple sauce is Good Over freshly caked molasses cake or greater returns Tor amount invested news classified ads. Gray hair Gat Gray Vita vitamins a. Peon the aet urn Over have reported Gray Vita Vitamin work and that their a feta Mumk to its natural color. Gravit a \ it amins contain t he same amount of Quot anti Gray hair Vitamin plus 450 lot units by a leading housekeeping Mats Tine of those tested. A had return of hair color. G rav \ it a vitamins or non Fatt in my. Can j harm your permanent a 30 Day Supply Sijo too Days. 14.00. Phone it. Katz dept. Stoke the purple heart. Ruff is the Mother of nine puppies eight of which remained in the Solomons As Marine mascots. They will be treated and after recovery May be sent Back to Battle areas. Those unfitted for further service will be Given honorable discharges. Commercial fishermen have landed tuna weighing As much As 1,800 pounds and about ten feet in length. Read the news want ads on to softer prom an internally cow my skin disease Ika Fly ps0-Ridisai, a Ligate suite Trot com Pound containing sulfanilamide to Tanton and my conditions in a wiring from psoriasis dermatitis Ceroma. Athletes poet impetigo Dandruff cuts and sums ringworm itch insect Sites. So Iid Isal in easy Tausa. Just rub it an. Large 4 As. Hat la $2 to. Sold an not flute Money Bach guarantee. Get a Battle from your druggist today. Mfd Booklet be skin guesses. Writs sulfa products cd. Des Isi. Reuses City. Miss Ort Aldridge hotel pharmacy. Barless drug company Clunker do Pean to. I Clower Duncan so. 2. Corner drug store Gwin Reinl drug. Hortn Lerz it drug store tuck drug store Brin apologizes for his error Washington june 5.�?up a senator of Daniel d., Texas said today that Leonard m. Brin Texas regional director of the fair employment practices committee had apologized to c. T. Dean president of the american Beauty cover company of Dallas for a erroneously intervening in the company a employment practices. The tone of brings letter of apology will determine whether of Daniel will cease to press his suggestion that Brin be fined the senator added. The incident to which of Daniel referred occurred when the Texas Fec director declared that the Dallas company in advertising for White women was guilty of racial discrimination and ordered it to make no further distinction As to races in its hiring practices. 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