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Ada Evening News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1953, Ada, Oklahoma Lawton Oklahoma apr the fish weren t biting at Lake Law Tonka Ami Nettlie wet us. A a a u i j ,. A a a a 1 he a Job Law it Quot Conet Ithon Reading it a lower plate of Faleo Teeth an auth of of boat Landing Mori county suis criers than All other daily and weekly newspapers combined 50th year no. 151 the Ada Devening news final edition member audit Burgau of circulation state labor Day weekend toll at 11 safety Council urges Oklahoma motorists to Quot return to your senses Quot by the associated press Oklahoma labor Day weekend Accident death toll reached la to w1 eight persons killed in traffic deaths. The Large number of Highway fatalities brought a plea from the state safety Council urging Oklahoma motorists to a return to your the Council added a Only reduced Speed and defensive driving can keep from making this the worst labor Day Slaughter in our Driver backing car is killed Levi Smith 30, Tulsa was killed today at Tulsa in a two car collision the Highway patrol said Smith was backing his car when it and another collided. His death brought the states Highway death toll for the Vear to 350 compared with 362 at this time last year. Yesterdays traffic victims were pfc. Lonnie g. Sumter 25, it. Sill and Tijuana Roberson 25, Blanch Ard. The it. Sill Soldier was killed when his car went out of control on a curve on u. S. Highway 62 four Miles West of Cache. The vehicle overturned and Sumpter was crushed. Miss Roberson was Riding in a car which collided with another six Miles West of Blanchard. She was dead on arrival at a Chickasha Hospital. Pensioner hit by train a 76-year-old pensioner Paul Mobius returning from Church yesterday at Al Reno failed to hear the approach of a switch engine and was crushed to death at a Rock Island Railroad crossing. A brakeman attempted to Knock Mobius from the path of the locomotive but failed to reach him in time. Two other deaths unaccountable to traffic were reported by the Highway patrol. Stroke after Accident fatal Sharon Kay Adams two year old daughter of or. And mrs. Don Adams. Kiowa was crushed under the wheels of a neighbors car when it backed out of a driveway. Clay Anderson 55, Durant died of a cerebral Haemorrhage following a minor traffic Accident near Durant. Earlier Holiday traffic victims were mrs. Helen Louise Donceel 25. Oklahoma City Jesse Charles Pierce 25. Wichita Kan. Dora Kenkins 60, Rush Springs pfc. Billy Joe Parr Washington. Okla. And mrs. Ola Jones 55, Wichita. Apa Oklahoma monday. September 7,1953 brother sister polio victims aug a Ster 1 0111 pm Llu actinic visit together in children s Baltimore. In an Iron lung we not letting to sister no Fate u Ycaro old Kenneth Lewis chatting with look pm parents or a cd or Kenneth a. Lewis y brought 10 children hot a pita from City Hosp Tai in a moving Van because of a nurse shortage. International labor absent from labor Day scenery general Holiday observed As break in activities before City plunges into Busy fall schedules weather is perfect labor Day weekend in Ada has been marked by general Holiday perfect weather a Scarcity of accidents and few arrests by peace officers. Monday downtown Ada reflected the Holiday situation with a few cars moving Long stretches of usually crowded parking space empty of automobiles and few people along a he walks. 8 pages 5 cents the copy . Wants Umeh pos w. Germans a Adenauer is vote Vidor America s ally landslides info overwhelming win Dulles a not surprised As Adenauer wins american officials rejoice at massive defeat for Russia mrs. Mays Adan since 1900, Dies funeral monday for woman Long resident Here mrs. Susie Mays widow of the late w. N. Mays of 200 East seventeenth resident of Ada since the fall of 1900, died at a local Hospital sunday morning. Funeral services were held monday afternoon at 2 at Criswell Chapel with burial in Rosedale cemetery. Mrs. Mays came to Ada when her father the late j. T. Higgins moved his family Here from Vernon Tex. He and the late j. T. Conn established a hardware store which they operated for several years. In 1908 she was married to w. N. Mays who with the late de Gwin in 1907 established and operated for Many years the Gwin a Mays drug store. Her father built in 1900, the Large Home which stood at the Corner of thirteenth and Rennie until a few years ago when Safeway store acquired the property and erected its present store Home there. Surviving Are a Nephew John b. Higgins Birmingham Ala. Clemmie Higgins who came with the Higgins family to Ada and has been a faithful Friend and member of the household since. Wainwright body lies in state at Arlington Washington of a the body of Gen. Jonathan m. Wainwright the hero of Corregidor Lay in state today at Arlington National cemetery a Ampi theater the first Man so honoured since the unknown Soldier. Burial with full military honors will be tomorrow. The general will be interred alongside the grave of his father. Maj. Robert p. P. Wainwright. Oklahoma a fair tonight / �?1 and tuesday f a Little warmer in East and Central portions tuesday lows tonight 55-60 Panhandle to 60s j elsewhere High tuesday near 90 East 90-95 West Many heading for fishing and visiting were gone on their Way before monday morning but belated groups were seen from time to time travelling through toward fishing spots or travelling for the Day. There was activity of course at East Central College where enrolment for the new school year began today to continue tuesday and Lead into Classwork wednesday. And aspiring footballers were sweating out strenuous workouts with approaching openers looming for both College and High school teams. Heaters Drew their share of Holiday Ere. And so did area picnic and other recreation spots. Tonight offers a sports classic with Shawnee and Ada herefords winding up the regular season of sooner state league play in a game at Hereford Park. Tomorrow just about everyone will be Back on the Job but today is Foi most adans a Welcome late summer break before plunging into the Busy fall schedule. Rev. Curtis of Allen Dies sunday for Mony years was minister and missionary Rev. Norman Riley Curtis. 83, of Allen died at Odessa Tex., sunday he was visiting relatives there when he became seriously ill a few Days ago. Funeral services will be held tuesday at 2 30 at the Allen High school auditorium burial in Allen cemetery. Or. Curtis was born at Charleston 111. He was a presbyterian minister 45 years retiring 20 years ago. He served As minister and missionary in the Southwest part of the United states. Since retirement he had made his Home in Allen. He was a graduate of the University of Illinois and Moody Bible Institute Chicago. He was married to Mary Gray who died some years later and then to Val i in Patterson in los Angeles Calif. Surviving Are the widow of Allen son Francis Curtis Phoe-5ix,�?T awl l stepdaughters. Mrs. Wilson mein Tov and mrs. George Standard of Allen mrs. Mark Hill of Odessa and mrs. E. G. Smith of san Francisco Calif. Brothers Lucion of los Angeles and Eugene of Denver Colo. Two grandchildren. By Don Doane Bonn Germany West Germany launched americans ally Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and us pro Western government paries on a new four year term of office today in a landslide election Triumph. Defying soviet threats More ban 27 million German voters also threw All the communists out of their parliaments lower House crushed a feared nazi comeback and turned thumbs Down on socialist pleas for German neutrality in the East West struggle. In Europe a most important election since world War to. The West germans gave an overwhelming endorsement in yesterdays voting to Adenauer a american backed program for rearming West Germany in Alliance with the Western Powers against the soviet menace. The grim visage old German statesman s Christian Democrat party won 244 of the 487 seats in the bundestag lower House. That was a majority of one for the party the first single German faction to win a Clear parliamentary majority since before world War i. With the 48 seats captured by his allies the free democrats Adenauer held a commanding margin of 97 seats. Trailing far behind were the opposition socialists with Iso seats. Adenauer also could count nominally on the support of the 15 seats won by the German party the third member of his government coalition since 1949. Doubts were expressed however that he would include this faction in his new government. The election outcome was a catastrophe for the Kremlin and a Triumph for the United states. . Secretary of state Dulles had Given Adenauer his open endorsement. Soviet Premier goer i Malenkos had tried to scare the germans away from the Iron willed 77-year crickets worst in ten years like in hew clothing by Lloyd Wolfe Oklahoma City Upit the second wave of chirping jumping flying hopping skipping crickets has invaded Oklahoma. Cafe owners Are again trying All types of remedies to keep the crickets out of the patrons soup. Frantic hotel owners have come up with ingenious methods of getting them out of the bed covers. The Skirvin hotel Here used a giant vacuum and sucked some of the unsuspecting bugs into oblivion. Then they tried fire a burning them in the Street before they got to the lobby. Finally they resorted to Dot. Harold Martini son assistant said the crickets have proved very selective in the perches. A they seem to like that Lush Winter Rug we have on the floor of the lobby or the new ceiling we recently remodeler with diffused lighting Charles f. Stiles entomologist for the Oklahoma a amp a College Extension service said this year was the worst in about to years for crickets. He said they weren to heavy enough in Rural areas to do any major damage to crops. He warned however they like to eat clothing. This was the second invasion of the late summer. Just when everyone thought they had the pests whipped a a new hatching moved into the said be around just a few Days unless a third wave Imp in i p whisky swoops Down Ira half pints were confiscated Early saturday from a car in front of the Walker hotel in Maud by Deputy sheriff Omer Gillham. The car belongs to a Man who gave his name As Church. The owner of the vehicle was taken to the county jail in Wewoka Gillham said. A Hie raid occurred about 8 30 a. In. Sunday. By John Scall Washington american officials joyfully hailed Chancellor Konrad Adenauer s German election Victory As a massive diplomatic defeat for Russia and a powerful gain for Western Unity. President Eisenhower vacation in in Denver was expected to Send a message of congratulations to the West German Leader reflecting the keen satisfaction Felt by his entire administration. Secretary of state Dulles who warned thursday an Adenauer defeat would be a disaster said a a in a not surprised when informed Adenauer s pro Western forces had won a sweeping Victory. Dulles aides surprised Dulles made this comment at the Airport in Denver after arriving by plane for a round of secret foreign policy talks with the president. If Dulles was not surprised most of his aides were. Adenauer a smashing Triumph far exceeded the most optimistic prediction of key officials who nervously awaited returns last night wondering whether Dulles last minute endorsement of Adenauer might Boomerang. Adenauer a opponents had denounced Dulles action As meddling in West Germany a internal affairs. As the vote for Adenauer a coalition swelled to landslide proportions however officials Here grew progressively More certain Dulles unscheduled support did not Cost Adenauer votes and if anything helped. German red chief beaten the crushing defeat dealt the communists and the right Wing German political parties especially pleased diplomatic experts on Germany. A a that a wonderful a said one official when he Learned the chief of the German communists Max Rei Mann had been toppled. Dulles chief aides saw the Adenauer election Victory As doing far More than averting the disaster Dulles cautioned against. Even More important they said the overwhelming scope of the Victory will serve As a powerful almost unexpected stimulant to Pep up the faltering drive toward Western european Unity. The most far reaching repercussions should be in France they said. May ease French fears the re election of Adenauer a moderate government plus the re Neo nazi parties should ease the French fear of a revival of Hitler Type militarism they reasoned. This should reawaken the intern est of France and other countries in approving the proposed european army which would link France Germany Italy Belgium Holland and Luxembourg into a single uniform Force. Adenauer a big margin they said was in effect a vote of Confidence in the european army too since West Germany under Aden preps list of missing men last americans freed Tell of brutality in red Camps by Sam Summerlin Seoul Jim americans freed on toe final Day of operation big switch boarded a troop ship for today while fears mounted that the communists had not sent Back All americans who wanted to return. The u. N. Command prepared to hand the communists a list of sounding defeat suffered Quot by Quot the fast Quot Neo nazi parties should East the i i Ascher of Swea City Iowa enrolment is on Al College freshmen transfers boosting student body continued on Page 2, column 6 continued on Page 2, column 6 still 179 sooner pcs unaccounted for by commies by the associated press the korean prisoner Exchange ended sunday korean time but 179 oklahoman Are still unaccounted for. Many of those were confirmed prisoners of War others missing in action. A total of 78 oklahoman were returned during the Exchange. Nine others were brought Back to Freedom in an earlier Exchange of sick and wounded. The United nations command says it has demanded the return of any americans known to have been captured by the reds but not returned in the Transfer. Maud raid nets big liquor haul Trieste free territory Trester a geophysics Observatory today recorded a a very violent earthquake presumably in Northern Iran. The Observatory a inmates indicated that the quakers Center was about 1,700 Miles Southeast of Trieste. A grueling two Day enrolment an expected 1,100 students tarted monday morning at East Central and will continue through tuesday. Every phase of the enrolment was going according to schedule. Beginning freshmen Are expected to number 295 and is the main reason for a 100-increase that is expected in enrolment this fall according to College a surprising Large number of returning servicemen Are enrolling this semester and this is helping keep the opening sessions at East Central state College on an even keel. The number of students who Are transferring from other colleges is about Normal this fall with football players a a a ing for about half the number in this group. Eight instructors were taking part in enrolment activities for the first time monday morning. They were kept activities moving on schedule. New instructors include or. Ralph shh. Music or. Alvin l. Bennett in Quot ten Holtz Industrial Art Thomas g. Hardie music or. E. O. Box physics or. Palmer h. Boeger history Kenneth Campbell Art and Rex Stanbaugh Art. Leroy Hicks is a fill in instructor. He replaces miss Dorothy Summers who is taking graduate work at the University of Oklahoma this fall. One of the Bright items noted in the Early enrolment was the number of band students. The East Central band numbered 26 students a year ago and the number is expected to double this fall under the Able direction of Raymond Kelton band director. Ben l. Morrison director of Public relations reported monday morning that a a career bulletin will be off the press in october and will be of valuable assistance in helping students plan their careers. Rippled Airliner lands bums Bol no deaths result Mccord air Force base wash., sept. 7 a Northwest airlines Constellation wallowing almost helplessly through foggy skies crash landed and burned Here Early yesterday. The 32 persons aboard escaped death but 29 were injured or burned. The 26 passengers included three infants. The plane burst into flames As its Pilot capt. Russell Bird of Seattle attempted to land with Only one wheel Down and two engines dead. Only nine of those injured remained in hospitals today and physicians said none were in serious condition. The no. 3 engine of the huge Lockheed aircraft failed As the storm Heads oui to sea Hurricane leaves four drowned of coast plane roared into the sky from Seattle Tacoma International Airport at 2 06 a. In. Because of fog conditions birded decided to take the Craft scheduled for a non Stop flight to Chicago into Portland. A a he was forced into the Landing Here when the no. 4 engine conked out. A second engine of the four engine Craft quit soon after. On the Landing approach Only one wheel would come Down because of a failure of the Hydraulic system. Bird brought the plane Down anyway. It rolled easily along on the one wheel until its Speed slackened. Then the left Wing tilted to the ground and Gas in the Wing tanks burst into fire sending flames shoot my 15 feet. The huge aircraft swerved from the runway Crew members work frantically to Lossen safety belts and help the passengers climb to safety through a Sheet of flame. Bird and Patricia Grivna of Mckeesport pa., the stewardess said All of the passengers were out of the plane and Safe within one minute after the plane had stopped rolling. The co Pilot Dale Moore of Seattle was credited with saving 8-month-old Kimberly Frank of Terre haute ind., from death in the flames. Fam no fire Calls in six Days in Ada the Ada fire department went into its sixth Day without a fire alarm monday. The last alarm answered was on september i when the department was called to snuff a grass fire j West of the City at the n. C. Garrett place. Labor leaders plead for full Unity of the aks attire do co a by the associated press labor Day traditional end of summer Holiday brought to american workers today new reminders that they Are immeasurably better off than their counterparts behind the Iron curtain. It brought too declarations that they should be still better off. From two powerful Union leaders Dave Beck of the Al teamsters Union and John l. Lewis of the United mine workers came pleas for Unity in the organized labor movement. President Eisenhower at his vacation Headquarters in Denver issued a statement saying american workmen a mock the false insinuation that economic Well being can a they Are the final answer to those who Prate of Freedom and practice slavery who excuse terror and aggression in the name of concern for the very workers whose lives they stifle a the president said. Tinge of politics expected a tinge of politics seemed Likely from former president Truman who scheduled a speech at Detroit his first devoted primarily to Domestic issues since leaving the White House. S the Republican controlled Congress came in for attacks by president George Meany of the Al and Secretary treasurer James b. Carey of the Cio. Meany said on a lbs television be Durch Anniej j y shia on 3 television to Coucal Freedom c0st 0t i pro pm yesterday that a we have political Freedom. J gone backwards in american since labor Day a year ago and he declared a we think the 83rd Congress has failed to do the things that Are vital to the welfare of the american Carey blasts gop Carey on an no radio program said the new Republican regime had brought benefits Only to big business which he declared a reaped a multimillion Dollar Lloyd a. Mashburn undersecretary of labor said in a talk prepared for a California state fair audience at Sacramento that despite a few troubled industries the Over All economic picture is Bright and he added a the Economy is today operating at extremely High Levels and there is no indication that it is about to turn Down in the near future. This healthy economic situation can give workers cause for Celebration on this their Becky labor Mast unite on the question of labor Unity teamsters president Beck recently named an Al vice president said a a a labor must unite. We believe it will do so eventually. We urge it to act a in this spirit a Beck said a we Call upon the coming Al convention to invite the Cio and John l. Lewis and his United mine workers to come into the Al before another labor Day a a the Al convention opens in in sept 21 Al and the Cio have been discussing Boston or a four drownings and numerous boating accidents in new England were attributed a a Ili Iru and Icaro As the seasons third big blow skirted 50 Miles ass 0f Gelort Island Nantucket today and headed out to sea toward the Bay of Fundy. The Hurricane that churned the i Ianh a e u Jersey and Long Island with heavy seas is expected to bring Little More than fresh Gusty winds today to most of new England. A �?�?e15? jog and heavy seas attributed to the seasons third Hurricane approach caused numerous boating accidents in new England Waters. Four persons drowned and 40 or More were rescued by coast guard As Small Craft swamped or capsized. A 78-foot fishing vessel was wrecked when it ran aground in fog off Gloucester Harbor. Fringe winds of 50 Mues an hour swirled Over Nantucket. Police anticipated no trouble As the Island was Well battened Down after Advance warnings of the storm. The storm passed new Jersey and loft Island at distances ranging from about too to 200 Miles out at sea. Two Cabin cruisers in new England Waters with a total of at least 23 persons aboard were sought through the night by radar equipped coast guard vessels. The guard said it was possible the vessels anchored sunday night to await the lifting of the fog. One of the two cruisers was the 36-foot Mary Louise owned by Jack of Donnel 52, wealthy Rockport mass., fish processor. The Craft left Rockport sunday with 15 aboard. A 78-foot fishing vessel out of Gloucester went aground at Dol livers neck and was reported a total loss. The six crewmen were reported rescued by a party from Gloucester Lifeboat station. Earlier storms this year hit farther South. Hurricane a a Barbara last month spent most of its Force along the Carolina and mid Atlantic coast. Hurricane a a lice brought heavy wind and Rains to Cuba this Spring but weakened after crossing toe Gulf of Mexico. Fischer a Sabre Jet Pilot shot Down to migs before failing to return from a Mission Over North Korea april 7, 1953. Fischer reported captured two Days later piping radio said Fischer had been captured. Yet the big korean War prisoner Exchange ended sunday and Fischer was not among the last 111 americans freed. For three years Allied intelligence officers have compiled a list of men believed to have been captured. Operation big switch returned 3,597 americans. Operation Little switch in april returned 149. Some americans died in Camp. Will present demand soon the list minus toe names of All those men will be handed the communists shortly with the demand that they produce or account for the missing men. The last group of returned Traer incas added a bitter finale to a month of stories of brutality in red stockade. These were fliers who under relentless physical and mental tortures signed false a a confessions that they waged germ warfare. They said they did so under a Strain that buckled human endurance. Some held out for months continued on Page 2, column 5 warnings issued Konawa residents Konawa a special a City manager Rex Bailey has issued two warnings to local residents. He cautions residents against burning off grass around the premises without contacting the fire Pic a department before starting the is try. Blaze. 1 and motorists Are warned against speeding in the school zone. Weatherman offers Fine weather for labor Day today Kansas City or a Fine weather for Holiday outings was the Weatherman a offering for labor Day. High temperatures in Missouri Are expected to be in the 80s. It la be a Little warmer in Kansas with the forecast calling for Peak readings Between 85 and 95. Scattered showers were reported in the two states sunday. Rainfall amounts included Kansas City .03 St Louis .08 Kirksville .04 Lexington la St. Joseph Trace Chillicothe Trace Topeka .18 Hutchinson Trace. Lowest temperatures reported for last night were 48 degrees at both Kirksville mo., and it. Leavenworth has. Highs yesterday were 91 at West Plains mo., and 92 at Garden City Kas. Lows tonight in Kansas Are expected to Range 50 in the North West to the 60s in the Southeast. For Missouri a Low of Between 55 and 65 was forecast. Fair weather will prevail in both states tonight and tuesday with increasing cloudiness in Western Kansas late tuesday. Freighter aground at Edge of storm Provincetown mass. I _ the freighter s s Eugenia is on peaked Hill bars about 300 Yards off Shore in heavy seas churned by fringe winds of Hurricane Carol the coast guard reported today. The coast guard said the 255-foot vessel seemed to be in no danger at present but they were prepared to take off the Crew by breeches buoy if necessary. The coast guard said it was unable to communicate with the ship by Telephone and had no further details. The coast guard said it believed the ship was of panamanian Reg continued on Page 2, column 7 police arrest two ten Law violators were apprehended Over the weekend by City police. Four of the ten were charged with fighting including two women four for drunkenness and two for reckless driving. Police court will be held tuesday. My p temper that fire away look in the Eye. Copyright general features corporation

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