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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - June 23, 1950, Ada, OklahomaWashington state department foreign service Transfer Geo. Monks 420 Center Are., Ada okla., to state dept. From Montevideo where he was second secretory and vice Consul. 9371 the Ada evening news final edition 47th 55 Ada Oklahoma Friday june 23, 1950 10 pages five cents the copy accidents Send two to hospitals Cor hits Box car at rail crossing Auto punks off Road at foot Hill two persons were hospitalized following two accidents thursday night. Two others received Emer gency treatment and were released. In both wrecks both Automo Biles involved were reported to be almost a total loss. Mrs. Jackie Sandefur 215 South Hope suffered Only minor injuries when her car slowed into a Box car being pushed by a Frisco engine at the crossing North Broadway. Irene Smith suffered lacerations about the left foot and two broken toes. Her condition was not serious. She was a passenger in the Sandefur car. K mrs. Sandefur told City police who investigated the Accident. That the signal lights were not working at the time the Acci Dent. The Frisco engine is reported to have been pushing 18 cars West the track when one Box car was knocked off the track by the Sandefur car. Robert Fowler 16, 404 East eighth and John c. Logsdon 17, 824 East sixth were slightly injured in an Accident about . Thursday in the 1200 Block East fifteenth. Fowler was Given emergency treatment for bruises and lacerations and released. Logsdon was treated for multiple abrasions and contusions the face and body. His condition is reported As a 1934 Model car driven by Fowler ran off the Road into a ditch skidded about 50 feet hit a Bank and bounced around. Pol ice chief Cecil Smith said the car was a total loss. That great manhunt in Ontario now for Bandit killer Langton ont., june the greatest manhunt in Ontario s history widened Over the Han Luton London area today As a Bandit killer two pushers eluded capture for a third Day. The fugitive Cut Down his two victims with a Sten gun wednes Day while fleeing a Holdup. Hundreds police and Vigi Lantes carrying rifles and tear using planes Walkie takes and a bloodhound to guide them found nothing in the Bushland just North Lake Erie where the killer was originally thought to be hiding. Early today authorities conceded Htit the killer who held up Tho Imperial Bank in Langton wednesday had probably evaded the cordon they had thrown around the Guysboro area. Residents warned to stay in their Home. Schools in the Sec Tor were closed. Police comb the Bush for the killer who pumped 27 bullets into a pursuing automobile killing Art Lierman and William Goddyn. The Bandit abandoned the 000 in the escape car and fled into the Bush after veering into n ditch. He is to have rot ten away with the Stan gun a British army weapon. Police described the killer As about 23 years old five feet eight 165 pounds with a Sallow complexion. He was last seen inc a Sun helmet dark glasses a dirty Green shirt and no tic. Taloga. June county fair officials have n now plan for this Falls carnival attractions. There la be a Home Talent car county clubs Chur Ches and civic groups erecting Concession stands. No carnival groups will be imported As in the past fairs. Sixteen groups already fave said they la have Home grown Tal ent at the fair. Loot recovered two strikes loom would hit car makers walkout at brio i called for monday Ottn May strike at Hudson Plant Detroit june strikes which would severely feet the automobile Industry loom red As possibilities today. 1 the Cio United Auto work ers called a walkout brings manufacturing co. Employees for 10 a. M. Monday. Another were authorized to strike at the Hudson motor car co. No Date was set detectives Cecil Easley left and j. E. Wilburn examine thou Sands articles found piled High in a four room cottage in Houston Texas. Officers say the loot is from hundreds burglaries in the Houston area Aba Florida bolts destroy Church. Kill fleeing convict . Ump College students stranded As ship held in seaworthy new York. Six Hundred dejected College Stu dents were stranded in new York today after the coast guard branded their chartered ship a fire trap and halted its scheduled sailing for Europe. The coast guard clapped its ban the norwegian liner Svalbard yesterday just two hours before it was to sail with College men and women from All parts the United. States. The vessel owned by the norwegian government had been chartered for by the National student association whose president is Robert Kelly St. Peter s College Jersey City n. J. It had been scheduled to Dock at Rotterdam july 3 and leave there aug. 31 for the return trip. Coast guard inspectors told miss Helen Brynn 24, Sarah Lawrence College student and Asa travel organizer that the vessel s stairways were top Nar Row its wooden bunks did not meet safety regulations and there was no automatic fire alarm. The students heard the news As they waited the pier ready to Board the ship. A loud moan went up. Girls wept one an other s shoulders and one big College boy vented his anger by booting a suitcase into the water. The disappointed students a pct last night in Columbia and City College dormitories hotels and elsewhere. Their future plans were Uncertain although the association indicated it might be Able to Hunt up another ship. Mot volunteers helped the round trip passage to lightning knocks Down ump eight baseball players Miami fla., june 23 lightning in Florida yesterday destroyed a Church killed an escaping convict and knocked Down eight baseball players and an Umpire. Convict a Angelo Massina 30, was hit by a Bolt while fleeing across a Field near Winter Haven manager m. L. Fletcher the Bartow state Road Camp said. An eyewitness gave this account he saw Massina running. Lightning darted about him but he threw up his hands and kept going. Lightning again flitted around him and this time he fell. The Bolt ripped off the soles his shoes and one shoe was twisted. Fletcher said no wounds were found Massina who with a companion had jumped off a prison truck when it stopped at a traffic Light. The other con vict Robert w. Mckay. 28, was critically wounded by gun shot. Massina was serving five years for breaking and entering and Mckay four years for the same offence. Another Bolt during a baseball game at the naval air station near Jacksonville knocked the Umpire and eight players to the ground. Three players had to be revived by artificial respiration but none was seriously Hurt. Charles Webb was winding up to pitch when lightning struck just off the Mound Between Sec Ond and third bases. He was lifted off the. Ground. The game was called right there in the eighth inning. The Crux each dispute Evi Dently is whether Briggs and Hud son Are to match the Laws con tract with general motors corp. A strike at Briggs was ordered yesterday unless the Union finds substantial Progress in contract negotiations before its monday deadline this was followed last night by sudden authorization a Hud son strike by the Law s internal Konal executive Board. The Board took the action after having been convened in a Spe Cial meeting to consider jurisdictional fight with the Al which has closed a Ford Plant in can ton Ohio. If Briggs is struck Chrysler workers would face layoffs for Lack car bodies from Briggs. Packard also would be Hurt the Union demands a pension program based the one granted by general motors corp. And three cents hourly for medical Hospital insurance a general wage boost four cents an hour and elimination wage differentials. Mrs. Smith resigns welfare Post in Johnston county Oklahoma City june resignation mrs. Helea. Smitn whose ram Taistra Tion As Johnston county welfare director at Tishomingo last year led to investigations was disclosed today. Mrs. Smith whose resignation became blamed saturday effective politics. State v Elfare director Virgil Stokes Public in Winter Haven lightning hit at said she resigned her own a the investigation her off ice during which she was called the Czar Johnston was led by state sen. Joe Bailey Cobb Tishomingo who is up for re election this year. Cobb and a local committee protested against her to the Wel fare commission and a private investigation which followed cleared her. She has been county director since 1936. She said today by Telephone from her Home that she had been offered a Transfer but could not accept it because her Home is grand jury indicts Weinbaum John service still not Clear per jury and fraud basis scientist formerly with Jet propulsion lob says he s confused los Angeles. June Sidney Weinbaum 52, for Merly associated with the Jet propulsion Laboratory at Calif Ornia Institute technology is under indictment by the u. S. Grand jury today eight counts perjury and fraud. Fri agents arrested him last Friday and he is at Liberty Bond. He was accused denying to army review Board questioners that he was a Mem Ber the communist party when in reality he held membership in the. Communist professional unit no. 122. Under the party name Sydney researcher talks the indictment was returned against . Weinbaum late yesterday shortly after Jacob w. Dubnoff. 41, senior researcher in biochemistry at Cal tech had appeared before the grand jury. U. S. Attorney Ernest Tolin told newsmen that Dubnoff at first refused to answer questions about . Weinbaum but after talking to judge James m. Car Ter and his attorney a. L. Wir in he agreed to go before the jury again. Shortly afterwards the indictment was returned. Wein Baum was born in Russia. Cal tech officials said there is no record . Dubnoff work ing any military projects at the Institute. Or. Weinbaum was relieved his work in the Jet propulsion Laboratory several months ago. Came to u. S. In 1922 to not subversive i m con . Weinbaum said when he was arrested at his Pasadena Home. I Don t know what this is All about he came to the United states records show in Cal tech and was 1922, entered graduated in a Power pole travelled under the Street by underground Cable to the Christian science Church and started a fire. The Church built in 1928 at a Cost was completely burned have Cost each student Lewis lawyer Dies at Tulsa thursday funeral former Ada resident to be held Here saturday afternoon j who boasted his ability to pass Lewis lawyer "1, former re-1 forged checks silent Ada who moved to tul John v. King los Angeles boastful forger draws 16 years Columbus o., june prison sentence from 16 to 20 years was meted out Here yesterday to a 72-year-old sex convict i weather Oklahoma partly Cloudy Windy and humid tonight saturday Little change in temperature Low tonight High saturday 90-85. Forecast for june 23-28 Nebraska Kansas and Oklahoma temperatures will Range from near Normal Over Nebraska to 5-10 degrees above Normal in Kansas and Oklahoma saturday through Normal maximum ss-90 Nebraska to 93-95 Oklahoma Normal minimum 58 60 Nebraska to 67-70 Oklahoma thundershowers Over Nebraska and Southern Kansas saturday will spread to Oklahoma sunday a in 1940. Died at Tulsa thurs Day night. The funeral will be held saturday at from the first Christian Church in Ada followed by burial Here. Or. Lawyer was superintend ent construction when the pre sent Church Plant the first Christian Church was erected. He and his family arc remembered As faithful members that Church. Surviving Are the widow and ten children. The daughters Are mrs. Nona Escus Fairfax mrs. Donna Lee Colison Turkey mrs. Fay Mitter and mrs. Rhodes Tulsa mrs be iced Hollingshead Orange tex., mrs. Jewlene Mellon Oakland Calif. The sons Are c. Hay lawyer Oakland Claud j. And Clyde Lewis Tulia and Lewis Law yer Stilwater puts in plug for lazybones people Buffalo x. A. June you be got a pub Lic relations Man in your co pleaded guilty to 18 charges forgery and two shooting to wound. He was captured Here last april 28 after shooting two con stables As they sought to arrest him a crowded City bus. King told common Picas judge John r. King he had plenty prison experience including terms in Leavenworth and Folsom. I know my Way into he declared in scorning an attorney. I Don t need a lawyer to help top get turning to King the prisoner boasted i can pass a bum Check faster than you can Cash your gets experience no Driver License Pasadena Cailil june denied an Auto Driver s License with instructions to get More experience mrs. May a. Fegara came Back the third . She got the but rust the License. I am at a loss to explain Why this action should come at this particular time unless it has some bearing the Comins she said certainly politics played a part in it my he did try to get me out Here and he did get my she said senator Cobb. I was offered a Transfer and i would t accept ii. My Home is Here and my husband is Here. However i Don t want to say anything that would Hurt the department because it is a grand program. There Are no hard feel Ings. It was All a congenial Friendly Stokes said she had been off ered other assignments but that she resigned her own a we had offered her two three other places at different he said. We offered her one Job in the state office Here at one time. Everything was perfectly congenial As far As a e were concerned. Succeeding her will be mrs Jessie Florer. Wewoka former welfare director Seminole and Choctaw counties. Hughes huge Jet helicopter wreck Culver City. Calif., june 23 giant Jet helicopter that Howard Hughes is building for the u. S. Air Force Tore Loose from its moorings and was wrecked yesterday while undergoing ground tests. No one was injured. The massive Craft designated xh-17. Was out for a Mountj test March 27. It is the largest 1924. From 1925 to 1929 he was employed by a chemical com Pany hers then became a re search fellow at Cal tech and obtained a doctor s degree cum laude in 1933. Shortly before Pearl Harbor he joined Bendix aviation corp. As research Engineer later going to the research Laboratory the Curtiss Wright corp. Still later he worked at the Cornell University aeronautics Laboratory. Eight men from b-29 Are saved three others sought after plunge off Guam Tokyo june men the 11-Man Crew a us perform Down 140 Miles off Guam were rescued today by a crash boat three others one whom was seen from planes As he tried to climb into a Lifeboat Are miss ing. The crash boat reached the survivors a b-29 crash before dusk. Far East air Force head quarters announced a search for the other three Crew members continued. Planes hovered Over the scene. After dropping life boats to six men in two rafts lashed together and three others wearing life jackets in the water. The survivors were first spot Ted today by it commander Edward p. Drake piloting a c-54 a routine military air trans port flight Drake reported he saw Only six men in the rafts. Other planes including two b 17 Rescue Squadron ships which dropped the life boats three b 29s and an air Force c-47 re ported the other three in the wat . Army May use hand picked aliens and Congress favors citizenship for those who Sayi rep. Vinson Are needed for specialized services Washington june held out a prom ise citizenship today to hand picked aliens who enlist in the u. S. Army. The lawmakers brushed off protests that the aliens might spy either for against this country. Jet trial flight Burns experimental Navy bursts into in mid air crashes Bedford va., june three men died in the crash a Navy experimental attack plane which hurtled to the ground like a flaming Ball fire near Here last night. The Aj-1 with two conventional engines and a Jet to give it an extra burst was its first transcontinental flight from Edwards air Force base Calif., to a Tuxen my. It fell in a Thicket Brush and Small Trees near the Patterson Rock Quarry eight Miles South Here at p. M. The Navy in Washington said the crash is being investigated by the naval air station at Patoux Cut md., destination the plane which was its first transcontinental flight. Old Illinois Bank gives up blames taxes government Atlanta 111., june 23-tfp 62-year-old Peoples Bank Atlanta is going out business because what its directors called excessive taxes government restriction and government com petition. The decision the directors was announced yesterday by circuit judge Frank s. Bevan who also is president the Bank. He said the Bank has Only a hat Ful farm mortgage Loans be cause Competition by various government lending agencies. But added that the Bank is in a healthy condition and that its assets Are highly liquid Atlanta a Community in Central Illinois also is served by the Atlanta National Bank. Judge Sevan said that under the circumstances the directors had agreed that they Are at an age when we feel the thing to do is get out business while we can do so without hurting the directors besides judge Bevan who is 64, Are p. A. Crihfield. 65. And j. A. Applegate 58. Miss Edna a. Barr cashier is the oth statement the . The Stipe fort was returning from a. Routine practice bomb ran director. The March Bank showed its assets and re sources totalled acceptance deposits will be discontinued june 30 and the decision to close will be submitted to stockholders for approval at a meeting Joiy 29. Stockholders approva1 was considered certain Shriner fulfils life s ambition Hollywood. June under a provision approved by the House yesterday for Eigners would be eligible to be come americans after serving in the army for five years. A Bill previously passed by the Senate sets the total at but pro Vides no time limit. A Compromise will have to be approved by both houses before the legislation goes to president Truman. Before passing the measure the House heard some its members voice opposition two counts. A few lawmakers expressed repugnance at the thought that the aliens might be sought As spies for this country others voiced fears that they might spy for rus Sia. Iron country refugees presumably those enlisted under the Bill which has army be refugees from Iron curtain countries. Among other changes the House wrote into the Senate Bill a requirement that the aliens shall serve in established units with citizen soldiers and not in Separ ate organizations. This requirement chairman Vinson a a the armed ser vices committee said was designed to remove fears that the United states was preparing to set up a foreign legion. The Senate would have provided quiz citizenship for any enlisted alien entering the United states its territories under Mili tary orders regardless length service. None to be communists the House decided that the alien must have completed five More years honorable military serv ice and be otherwise qualified before being allowed to make the United states his permanent Home. Vinson told the House the army wants the legislation because it needs the specialized services the men to be enlisted. He assured his colleagues that All the aliens will be hand picked and none them will be communists. Slate worries Over Holiday suicide habit motorists Oklahoma City june and suicide those two words safety com missioner Paul Reed said today Are beginning to have the same meaning thai s Why he added okla homa motorists face an All out enforcement drive Over the com ing july 4 weekend. All available manpower in the department Public safety will be mobilized for patrol duty july 1 through july Reed said. We intend to make Oklahoma one state where pleasure seeking a motorists can drive in Here Are the High Points in the program All time off has been cancelled. Every available car has been ordered the Road for patrol duty. Bureau investigation personnel has been alerted for duty in unmarked cars. All n i Xref f p. J. Byrne lumber co. And he things he d really like to do but As shrine Delegate Joe irom practice Nooroo ran 01 Arraria Lempie. Us Nave a can u. On Okinawa yesterday when it got to fulfil a lifetime ambition clock patrol weal Down at sea. Peace have been asked and at the most famous Cor to cooperate with the two Man Ner in the county. Hollywood detachments to effect 24-hour Byrne said it was coverage. Coming 3.765 Miles Reed issued this warning 1 t Man s greatest urges Sot department but right at the very preset vation by Cor scr lion spread 10 Uki Anoma v i in thundershowers indicated for ne-1 his de Braska and Kansas monday and consultant the general again wednesday slightly cooler temperatures indicated with Ihu Dershow activity precis to 1ioa averaging to one Ladorca. Inch motors corp. Told a con Ference the association . Sage Esther. Systems. Back door the department fice she ran her Auto into the cow Catcher a slow moving Santa be freight train. Attracted by the crash site driving examiner George Bray . I think we All Are Bora with j walked Over and relieved mrs. Loss much in the fashion that a lumber Carrier moves Over stack boards. It is designed to lift a weight some 10 tons for Short ii eats. The Zir Force said the xh-17 is a secret project and As such no de a deut has resigned St. Louis Jrae am Bowd travelling Secretary he Boston Sot announced Joe Mccarthy manager the a Omar trial run Tjui c for the state motor vehicles i hides for Short distances. Its Coa Dowd ibid that announcement san Wrulon permits it to Settle Over the Channe in managers had just been received from. Genera manager Joe Cronin in Bojica. Mccarthy who has ill left the club a Chicago yester Day to return to his borne in bul tie to one Inch 1 in Ink. We a Sre i v4 to big hunk Lead in our Breech fee an her temporary pent tub Joni her Wert Hart. I would to Ciomo. Fato. Y. Former Detroit and Cleveland Man afar joined the sex a coach last Winter. Worth coming 3.765 Miles Driver training for he Battery 2nd it Arthur pc dutch her a to has been conducting a Driver s training course for Wem a in Battery Field announced today that the class win be held at 2 p. To. Saturday for the 3ast time unless new interest is shown by members still untrained the course has been conducted to train Many men As possible to drive tace tarty vehicles prior to unit s departure for Forth Camp Hood texan. A put 5, for . Onwu Auk it Uback Home in Kansas City Joe eluding Reed and chief Ralph Gunther is vice president the the Road. Faces query Fri Story Mccarthy Fri testimony shows he passed secret data to Jaffa by Marvin l. Arko Smtth Washington june Senate investigators today Side tracked temporarily Cross examination career Diplomat John s. Service whether he gave military secrets to Philip Jaffe amerasian Magazine editor in 1945. Senator Tydings did raid the Issue had been deferred be cause the Fri had refused to Giva the senators the entire record their hidden microphone caves dropping service Jaffe conversations. He told committee aides to keep after the Fri for the record. Service had denied that gave Jaffe military at least not knowingly. Senator Mccarthy a wis has declared that Fri men testified secretly last month that service did give such information to Jaffe. Plans were to hear serv it behind closed doors but committee switched to an open session. Mccarthy has called service service has de Nied that charge and contends was unwittingly and innocently involved in the amerisia episode never knowingly service was called Back to the witness stand today after testify ing under oath last night that never knowingly gave secret Mil itary information to Philip Jaffe who was editor the Munct amerasian Magazine. Service made that assertion after stating that he was unwittingly and innocently involved in the amerasian episode which brought discovery by Federal agents hundreds confidential govern ment papers in the new York off ice the Magazine. Senator Mccarthy a wis has accused service collaborating with communists charge which service flatly denied yesterday. Tells concealed Mike Mccarthy told reporters that Fri agents testimony taken by the Senate inquiry committee at closed sessions last month will show the Fri had a concealed microphone in Jaffe s room in the hotel Statler in Washington when service and Jaffe met there in May 1845. Will the Fri testimony Mccarthy was asked whether service supplied secret military information to Mccarthy replied yes it will. It also will show that service was aware that the military information was secret Mccarthy had no comment when asked whether he has had a look at the Fri testimony is not a member the inquiry group and was not present when the Fri agents testified. Offi Doto. C. Count by Prem City s official 1930 census is 242.450. An increase 38.026 in the last 10 years. R. W. Stinson fifth District census supervisor announced Friday. The 1d40 figure was 204.424. Officially Oklahoma county now has a population compared with 244.159 in 1940. The gain in the decade is Chickasha okla. June up construction a Swine exhibit building starts next week at the Grady county fair . It will contain Square floor space. Thirteen newly created de to to r Ujj t a Luj j h a finds Little time to do some the tac ments wiil be placed in set Kluj a Tuma 171 Al Jav. Vice june 28 instead in july. All three Man detachments i

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