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Ada Evening News, The (Newspaper) - May 12, 1957, Ada, OklahomaI age 2 Ike pledges Stout backing to Viet by Spencer Davis Washington May 11 i president Eisenhower today Backetti free Viet with a Strong pledge of continued u. S. Assistance in the face of mounting communist pressure in Southeast Asia. In a joint statement. Eisenhower and visiting president Ngo Dinh diem declared that any communist aggression or subversion threatening the political in dependence of the infant Republic would be considered As endangering peace and stability in the area. The statement issued by the White House at the end of three Days talk struck hard at the continued military buildup of the Chi Nese communists it declared piping s military activity constitutes a continuing threat to the safety of All free nations in ked China Balky the communique cited communist China s refusal to renounce the use of Force and unwilling Ness to subscribe to the standards of conduct of civilized the tone of the communique appeared intended to reassure not Only diem but other asian loaders that the United states continues firmly opposed to any recognition of the piping regime. Eisenhower and diem also noted what they called the Large buildup of vietnamese communist military forces in North Viet during the past 30 months. The country was partitioned at the 17th parallel As the result of a peace conference in Geneva in 1954. N. Viet oppressed they cited harsh suppression of the revolts of the people of North Viet in seeking lib erty and their increasing hard although they said there was an apparent slackening of communist inspired hostilities in South East Asia with the exception of the kingdom of Laos which shares a common Frontier with North and South Viet expressed concern Over continuing communist subversive capabilities in this area and else to counter this threat the com-1 a unique said diem indicated his Strong desire and his efforts to seek closer cooperation with the other free nations of Asia. The Ada evening news Ada Oklahoma sunday May 12, 1957 e. G. Walker Elza Gattis Walker 63, of 510 West eighteenth died at a local Hospital thursday funeral Day at 2, Smith funeral Chapel Bro Smithers Rosedale Ceme Tery. Masons will serve As bearers. Surviving Are the wife Gladys daughters mrs. Ruby Dennison of Kilgore Tex., Retha Walker of Riverside Calif. Mrs. Pauline Young of Colorado Springs colo., mrs. Wanda Lou Yeats of Sierra Madre Calif., mrs sue Coughlin of Abilene Tex. Stepdaughter Naomi Caruana Abilene son capt. Hugh Earl Walker. Fairchild fab Washington Stepsons Edwin Bowie of Las vegas nov., Hugh Bowie of Abilene Brothers Rex and Benton of Konawa Dwight of Ada Curtis of it. Worth Tex., Dayton of Clay City 111. 14 grandchildren 5 great quackery by mail takes millions from Gullible americans yearly Washington May 11 we postmaster general Summerfield said today that sure cure medi Cal quackery by mail has reached the highest level in Summerfield said that so far this year postal inspectors have Prepa Rcd cases representing an annual loss to the Public of 50 million dollars. Action May take the form of fraud orders which Cut off mail service or prosecution in the fed eral courts or both i Summerfield said that during the last 12 months 46 such fraud orders have been issued and 106 other persons or firms have signed agreements to discontinue their questionable Enterprise rather than attempt to defend the in an Era when wonder drugs i and great advances in surgery and legitimate Medicine have produced True medical miracles it s puzzling that so Many people in All walks of life pay big Money for Summerfield said. The offers run through the Field of human ills but the department said the Best seller list is topped by weight reducing schemes cures for cancer arthritis skin trouble baldness sex Ual rejuvenator Jand bust development in tune with the times the medications or devices offered Are frequently described As a Tom or some Are sold at several Hundred dollars each. One such Claptrap device the department said was Complete with flashing High to bulbs ticks and i buzzes. Albert Ross continued from pase 1 n architect and activities As a private citizen. Nominations for the Honor Rise in aia chapters across the late on and then Are voted upon y a jury of Fellows. Ross buildings Are seen frequently across the state. They Are particularly on the state s College campuses Ross said _ he now has 22 major College build nos completed or under con traction. Two additional bullring have been planned and the 25th building is now in the study cily has slate continued trom Page 1 school of Law. He has been Active in practice of Law since 1940 and is associated As a partner in the firm of Kerr Lambert Conn and Rob erts of Ada and Kerr Conn and Davis of Oklahoma City. In 1946 he became a director of the local Bank and in 1951, following the death of his father in Law c. H. He was named president and managing officer of the Bank. Continued irom Page 1 Lake Avenue Mississippi Avenue to Highland to fifteenth. Seal fourth mile. Gravel base and Road mix top on thirteenth from Hope Avenue West to Railroad one Block. Major Concrete repairs on fourteenth East of Rennic. Repair and sealing on runways at Airport. Excavation grading and Parkma at swim pools. Spot sealing on tenth East from Railroad. Repair and Seal Oil Mats on Stonewall and Center avenues South of main damaged by Detour excavation for Angle parking on fourteenth East of Telephone build ing. Tear up and relay surface in re pair Experiment on Townsond from eighteenth Street South. Base and Block West seventh. Base and Block West thirteenth. Base and Block West thirteenth base and Block. South Hickory. Base and Block North Center Avenue. Base and Block West first. Storm sewer on East eighth Turner and East seventh two blocks. Finish Asphalt surface on West Parkway and Northcrest. Baby Falls out of car to her death Enos okla., May 11 2-month-old daughter of or. And mrs. J. T. Or. Was killed tiday when she fell out of the family car and under its wheels. Mrs. Moss told the Highway patrol she placed the baby on the seat beside her and that she fell out when the door flew open. The Mother was preparing to put the car into the garage and then go to a storm cellar. Patrolman Obert Bennett said there was no storm in the area at the time but that there was a huge Black Cloud which caused some residents to seek shelter. Freshman quizzed on fires poisoning illness at College Kansas City May 11 thormities investigating a series of fires and the Poison illness of three persons at Park College questioned a 17-year-old freshman today. The youth was interrogated at i neurological Hospital where he was taker. Thursday after a nurse and two coeds became ill Platte county prosecuting at Torney John r. Moore said after the questioning that no charge is imminent at this time the Yoi the has not been identified. The victim mrs. Luella mat thews a nurse at Waverly health Center on the Parkville mo., Cam pus and coeds Shirley Flint of Dow City Iowa and John Porter Greenfield mo., were reported in Good condition today at the health Center. Or. Robert e. Long president of Park College said the three were being treated for arsenic poisoning. Taking part in the questioning with Moore were sheriff John Lomiller of Platte City and Wil Liam r. Fish a special agent for the National Board of fire under writers. We re not yet in a position to take Moore said. There Are a lot of things we re not cer Tain of a lot of things we have to Check or. Long yesterday told the Stu Dent body that six fires on the Campus this week were of incendiary origin. Only the first at alumni Hall on monday caused extensive damage. Oral Roberts sets Date for Start on big Tulsa building Tulsa May 11 up forma groundbreaking ceremonies for a new six Story world Headquarters building for the Oral Roberts organization International evangelistic group will be held Here maj 23. Principal speaker at the hour Long program will be gov. Ray mond Gary. Also speaking will b Tulsa mayor George e. Norvel and the Rev. Roberts. The groundbreaking ceremonies also will Mark the 10th anniversary of the Oral Roberts organization. The new building is to be called the abundant life it will contain six floors including the basement and have a total floor space area of Square feet. Designed along the modern vein of architecture the Structure will be windowless in order to gain More Economy in air conditioning and heating. Completion Date for the building is expected in october 1958. Tulsa May 11 or. Homer f. Ferneau associate professor of education at Oklahoma col lege has been named head of the department of education at the University of Tulsa. He will replace or. Ross a Beall who reaches compulsory retirement age next year. Beall will continue to teach full time and work with Ferneau in setting up his program. In addition to his services to Lis profession Ross has been a Ive in local and civic affairs. 3e has been chairman of the Board of the first methodist Church on two different Occas ions. A member of the Kiwas club he has served As that group s president. He is also a Mason. Or. And mrs. Ross have two children mrs. Dale South it mid West City and mrs. Bob Higgin-1 Botham Morgan City la. A College continued from Page 1 beets Okmulgee Eileen Biggs Ada Helen Bottoms Holden vice Kenneth Brady Ada Magdaline Brundidge Ada Doris Campodon Ico Panama City William Carter Ada Billy Pat Crawford Pauls Vauney Shirla Daniel Carter Amy Davis Pauls Valley Kenneth Decker Holdenville Constance Jean Echols Stonewall Grady Ray Allen Lydia Gravitt Konawa Laverta Gray Dockray Pauls Valley Helen Green Sulphur Carl Harmon Hennepin James Larry Hart Shawnee James Hickey Ard More Frank Hodges Ada Juanita Hoggatt Ada Bill Hopper Ada Max Hutchins Ada Margaret Jenks Yeager Carrol Johnson fairy peek Johnson Byng Patsy Ann Jones Allen James Knapp Wewoka Hobart Landreth Seminole Gladys Langston Wynnewood Jackie Ashley Long Ada j. W. Low Ada Dale Lowder Holden Ville Charles Mcdaniel Ada Wanda Mcdougal Seminole Jesse Mckinney Lawton Robert Mcguire Maud Travis Mcwilliams Ada Elizabeth Mayfield Scales a tar Dan Moore Tishomingo Irene Moore Davis Zane Netherton Norman Mary Lou Nunn my loud John Oliphant Holden vice Yukola Carman Palmer Ada Bill Ada Gladys Reed Ada Helen Ritchie Stonewall Retha Robbins Ada Billy Roberts Tecumseh Betty Roper Ada Billy Ray Scott Seminole Shirley june Seaman Roff Tommy Shepard Wetumka Mary Sittel m c a 1 e s t e a Gwendolyn Ada Ruby Smith. Scales Ter Louise Stewart Roff Ida to Summers Ada Ernest sweat Ada Reford Neal Ada Margaret Verdun Ada Robert Wallace Mcalester Don Webb Lamar Gloria Wellington Coal Gate Douglas Eugene Whitaker Paoli. Master of teaching Ola Mae Adams Konawa Beulah Barger Konawa Lawrence bar Nett Granite exempress Basham Mcalester Charles Bigham Ada Mae White Buford Ada Mary Lou Clement Mill Creek Aline Davis Konawa Carolyn Pullen Dodson Tombstone Arizona Myrtle Farmer Holloway Fortner for tales . Herman Fischer Ada Bruce Frazier Sulphur Anna Marie Fulton Sulphur Reubelle Jones Mcalester Dorothy Jamar Ada James Austin Kidwell Ada Dee Burdine Ada Nadine Lane at your store at your door richest freshest Best tasting milk dial be 2-3389 for Home delivery a Katherine Lewis. Calvin Ewell Little Ada Margaret sue Vitchell. Konawa Lilly Morgan Flora Mcreynolds a Vera Mcreynolds Ada Pearl a Schenck Ada Cecile Smith a Marjorie Sneed Ada Ella Mae Tevens Hennepin Bette Jean Waggoner. Wichita Kar. Dorothy Leo Walker Lindsay Carmen Terrell Earlsboro Pauline Whit Ett Ada Minnie Worel Stuart Lonroe Wortham Henryetta. Governor teaches class Nashville Tenn. W governor Frank g. Clement is the. Teacher of a newly organized men s Bible class sponsored by Mckendree methodist Church methodist gov. Clement is a member of the official Board of the Church. Ever add Caraway seed Cream cheese spread for crack ers Good that s All it takes and you May never recover from the effects of a fire if your insurance in t adequate. See us Finley Lollar insurance real estate Loans 116 s. Bywy. Dial be 2-6190 member of Pontotoc county incur once Board read the news want ads. Machine work Crank shafts re ground blocks re run Auto truck service motors rebuilt and exchanged Brake for All makes of cars. Prices Are right Fletch Alford s 115 n. Townsend dial fe2-2425 How Are you fixed for Money for yes we make vacation Loans so Why not go ahead and plan that extra special Vaca Tion you be been wanting to take for years. Figure out your total expense. Subtract what you be got from what you need then come to see us. You can then leave on your vacation assured that you have the Cash to go and do just what you be planned. Your vacation loan can be repaid in easy monthly instalments spread through the months ahead. There la be just one Low Bank interest extras. And when you re ready to leave we suggest you take your funds in Safe traveler s checks. We can Supply them on a moment s notices Smarc Dank member Federal Deposit insurance corporation member Federal Reserve system on the eleventh Day of december i purchased the Manahan ranch South of alien. Dogs chased Deer on this place eleven nights out of first fourteen Days that i owned it. I have notified and advised everyone that i could that this land is posted to Hunting of All types. I n the last seven Days five Dif Ferent groups of dogs have chased Deer. Owners names Are available. The Deer Are now raising Little ones. I have tried to be patient but if you continue to no concern for the Deer i m no longer going to show any concern for the welfare of your dog. Fishing is still permitted in the Pond in the Meadow but any one Hunting will be prosecuted. Biffle ranch Allen Oklahoma

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