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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - June 05, 1944, Ardmore, OklahomaA i Ltd he Icke t is time again to consider the Best most suitable methods to arouse a leased interest of the people of the m qty in a very important cause do ust a week from today the fifth tit a loan drive will Start. In fact far As the records Are concerned la 3as already started. All Bonds of 11 common folks sort bought since a 1, Are accredited to Pur score i our assigned score is something cause even the most imaginative of to take a deep breath when we see 5h e f 5h irl to to it pc even Lea Southern Oki it in Oman it greatest newspaper a the weather Ardmore High 86 Low 72. Oklahoma scattered Thunder Hewer about heart and extreme South partly Cloudy and Coaler West and North Par. Tiona today with highest temperature 76 North to 86 extreme South. Fair cooler East and South tonight. Tuesday partly Cloudy with Little change in tem. Pesature. Or Bond stuff Seo Ause Between june 12 and july Are supposed to buy $1,676,500 of Bonds. That a $200,000 More we were required to buy in the rth War loan Campaign. Vet a buy that Many Bonds too Ore the drive ends. We have al is made our quotas Many times have exceeded them by wide Mars. Liere is no Good reason to no we will fall this time fact unless figures available lie Are better off financially to buy is now than we have Ever before since these campaigns were in ted. Rhe sales tax report of last april instance shows that we Folk Here Carter county had pockets full of Ney a great Deal More Money than had a year ago. If we had t had t extra Money we would not have need the sales tax payment to the the for the month by 26 per cent a what it was a year ago. Lia a a the fourth War loan drive weakened to the realization that the it Way to enthuse Folk in this sort thing is to stage big time rallies. We had several in the fourth War n that were definitely tops. And there is no denying they had 5lr effect on the impetus with which k bought Bonds. It s no reflection on the citizenship Point out they need this sort of bring up. All of us Are merely he in beings. Day after Day we Are Uin med at and dinner at to buy and so to do this and that. It is a rec try Normal thing for us to Bene somewhat deadened to the in it of this constant hammering and lose some of our Keener realization the Gravity of the matter. So we need something to renew our we respond too when such i clots Are offered. It is a perfectly Leal emotional reaction. There is Nething inspiring and thrilling in spectacle and a spectacle when Trio ism and americanism As its staged As it should be to drive me with the greatest Force its lesson the thing we All like and to which All respond. A a the teide i Hope that me com it tee in charge of this Campaign is deep consideration to this As t of the War Bond activities. It is All very Well to argue that american should have to be per add to buy War Bonds. It sounds by Good to say that every american Lould be glad to buy War Bonds with it urging. But Mark you it is a sound and disputable truth that the very fact t Are Good americans is the Basic Ason Why we have to be spurred award occasionally. It s a Good characteristic in a Way Ause it bespeaks a people with a use of Independence and Freedom people with a spirit of their own importance. They Are not Automa a is driven by tyrants but they Are Iman beings and fundamentally e Best sort of people the world has or known. It is Good to give such people some Ling to arouse them something to in up their patriotism to inspire Lem to do even greater things. They not a mercurial Folk but they Are sentimental sound warm hearted it Urage Ous people. And such people Are always Able to 5 the impossible. And do it Over and Over and Over Jan. Their younger men Are the fight digest men in the Field. Their older la Are backing them and will Back Lem As Long As there is an Issue at a be. So lets take off in this War Bond rive with colors flying. Lets go in time in a big Way and wind the along up weeks ahead of the deadline. I get s do it up in a tidy package and get the thing out of the Way Arfer county of Home again youngsters attend Stillwater conference held lost week ten Carter county 4-h club boys Jid girls returned late saturday from three Day stay at the Oklah a a a. And m. College at Stillwater where hey represented the county at the Limual 4-h club state round up. Dorotha Longino Ardmore placed first in the Ardmore District with her imely topic and placed second in the Tate. Harley Duncan county agent and irs. Irene Wood assistant Home dem instr Tor who accompanied the Carer county delegation called the found up one of the most successful events since the inauguration several ears ago. A the 10 l oys and girls making the rip were Malcolm Thomason and it Bishop of the Dickson Community. Earl Lucky and Dabby Phipps of he Woodford District and Kenneth Qualls of Fox. Dorotha Longino. Willine Mcwood run Woodford Joyce Ann Belt. Dickon Mary Catherine Williams. Dickon. And Frankie Allen Fox. A a a the trip to Stillwater Titis year was profitable one a Duncan asserted and the boys and girls will take Nuch information Home that will be Lel jul la tue county Quot 51st year no. 189 Esta bushed october 28. 1893 Ardmore Oklahoma monday june 5, 1944 up leased wire and features six pages Flowers to victorious yanks All ies plunge past Rome bombers renew Aerial War As Allied forces entered the outskirts of Rome. An italian youth is shown giving a bouquet of Flowers to a weary yank whose tank is halted on the Edge of the italian capital on route 6 before the final drive on the City. U. S. Signal corps radio telephoto from Nea telephoto Brett carries fight oust Caldwell tossup Hemecourt highest state tribunal asked to compel judge withdraw from Case Oklahoma City june 5. A a 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. One time chief state clemency investigator Fred Hunt former Warden of Oklahoma s two prisons and c. L. Bittings former chief clerk at Granite reformatory attacks appellate judges 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 Case. Brett also asked that the court disqualify the three members 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 the proceedings and require the criminal court of appeals to certify All records to the supreme court. A 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 sentences. 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. Unusual action Brett a plea that the supreme court order the criminal court of appeals disqualified is an unusual one. Stephen a. George and John m. Thompson. Ardmore , representing Caldwell filed a demurrer to All of Brett a petitions and alleged none stated sufficient facts to justify the court interfering. Brett s petition concerning the District judge said he was appointed to the Legal department of the state tax commission under the Phillips administration. Fitzgerald also served during the Phillips term. A the petition alleged prejudice. Concerning the criminal court of appeals judges Brett noted that presiding judge Dick Jones was an appointee during the same administration. He said that judge b. B. Baie foot is a witness for the state in the conspiracy trial and went on to ask disqualification of judge Thomas h. Doyle As Well. Super phosphate is ready for Farmers eight Hundred bags of super phosphate have arrived Here and Are ready for distribution the aaa office in Ardmore announced monday the deduction rate is approximately $25 a ton says w. C. Win Ingham. County administrative officer. Rate of payment for applying the phosphate to legumes and pastures is the same As the deduction rate which makes it free to the applicant win Gingham explained. The amount is limited to the applicants soil building allowance. This is computed at $1 an acre for crop land plus 10 cents extra on pasture land. A Golf course auction coiled for tuesday Oklahoma City june 5.�? a it it a a the Edgemere Golf course lands comprising 103 acres in the North part of town appraised at $223,600, will be auctioned by the state school land commission at 10 a. Tomorrow at the courthouse Here. Secretary Wal to ramp run said today. Burned patient in army Hospital airman suffered Frozen feet in harrowing adventure l. R. Burnett 418 i Street Southwest returned from Long Island recently after accompanying his daughter in Law mrs. L. R. Burnett jr., to new York to be with her husband Lieut. L. R. Burnett jr., who returned from overseas and is in a Hospital there. Lieutenant Burnett co Pilot of a plane was rescued from a crippled plane that was forced Down in the English Channel on the Way Back from a Mission Over Europe. Only he and the Pilot escaped. His feet were Frozen and he still is unable to walk. Three weeks after he was rescued and taken to an English to Woltal the Hospital was bombed but fortunately no one was Hurt. He was Flo i Back to new York recently and is now in a Hospital at Mitchell Field. Plugs will be drilled in test Texas ready to try prospects in Dolman 1 in Bayou Extension plugs will be drilled monday night in the Texas no. 1 Dolman Sene be Sec. 6-5s-1w, which set casing on top of a promising Sand from 2783-2802 feet. The Well is in the Bayou Extension area. Texas no. 1 Chubbee Send so Sec. 5-5s-1w, was Del Lime at \988. Texas no. 1 go oiling new be be Sec. 6-5s-lw, was starting surface pipe operations. Samedan no. La Dolman nose be Sec. 6-5s-1w, was drilling at 2020 feet. Samedan no. Id Dolman sese be Sec. 6-5s-lw, was drilling after setting surface pipe at around 150 feet. Estimated depth monday morning was 200 feet. Ward mfr Rock no. 1 yell none be Sec. 5-5s-1w, was drilling at 2385 feet. Will Smith no. 1 fee. None be Sec. 8-5s-1w, was drilling at 2410. Mill replaces Cotton As county s biggest Cash crop income from this source hit $690,000 Post year soy experts milk and Cream produced in Carter county in the past year earned $690,000 More for Farmers than did their Cotton crop which i years past has been considered to be the largest source of farm income it has been estimated by farm men Here. During the lat Cotton season there were slightly less than 1000 Bales of Cotton Glied from the county and the Sale Price of each its it averaged perhaps $100. Making a a a a i i a total of about.$100,000 for the noted flier is Well known Here Pilot assigned to important missions relative mrs. Barnett col. Richard Klught Nephew of mrs. W. G. Barnett 709 i Street Northwest must be a fairly Good flier. He flew Wendell Willkie on his now famous world flight and has flown Many other notables to War fronts. The flying Pilot is the son of or. And mrs h. H. Kight Lubbock Texas. Recently he flew vice president Henry a. Wallace on an information gathering Mission to China for presi Cotton crop. Based on figures obtained during the seven months for Cream and Mill subsidy payments made through the county aaa office it is estimated that one source of income will net county Farmers a total of $300,000 during the year. Statistics released w. C. Winningham county aaa administrator said that the average monthly payments for milk and Cream subsidies have been figured at the above amount Ana added that it would show a Large increase Over the past year. The Pruitt produce company in Ardmore reported that it handled 33,000 cases of eggs in Carter county. Officials of the Plant estimated that around $325,000 was paid in return for the eggs sold by Southern Oklahoma poultry raisers who dealt with Dent Roosevelt. Now a full colonel the one produce handler. That did the Lubbock Man is commanding officer of Morrison Field fla., and had planned to be at fort Sumner n. M., to see his brother. Henry h. Kight. Receive his wings and commission when he received the Call to Pilot the Wallace plane. He has visited in Ardmore and is Well acquainted Here. Rainfall delays county Cotton crop it is the opinion of several Farmers throughout Carter county that the 1944 Cotton crop is already two or Tiree Weels late because of the excessive rainfall through the customary planting season Harley Duncan comity agent said monday. Despite the setback in the planting schedule. Duncan asserted that it was an established fact that the Carter county acreage to Cotton would mov a a mall increase tbs year. Not include other produce houses who buy eggs. Harley Duncan county farm agent also pointed out that county Farmers sold 350.000 pounds of butterfat through the Pruitt Creamery which netted approximately $165,000 Durtow 1943. Quot it has been eggs and Cream that kept the county Farmers last year Quot Duncan commented Quot and we firmly believe that milk and Cream will be the county a Best Cash Money crop Lor several years to Dairy feed payments for May and june production and sales will be made in july the aaa office Here announced. The rate will be six cents a Pound on butterfat and 45 cents a Hundred on whole milk. July and August payments will be at the same rate and probably will be paid in september. Beginning sept. 1 and continuing through March 1, 1945. The payment on butterfat will be 10 cents a Pound and 10 cents a Hun ired on whole milk. 2200 tons of bombs rained Down in drive against French coastal areas by w. A. Hercher London june 5.�?<-5�?T a approximately 1250 american heavy bombers and fighters a leading an Allied Aerial of powerful proportions against the fortified French coast smashed military installations in the Boulogne and Calais areas today with an estimated 2200 Short tons of bombs. This was the fourth attack in a Row against the Pas de Calais the area of France closest to England and it came after r. A. F. To mixers attacked French coast objectives and targets in Cologne Germany last night. Watchers on the English coast could see enemy rocket shells rising from the ground leaving a thin White Trail of smoke and exploding High in the air. Fleets Roar Over Channel for More than three hours powerful fleets of american and British timbers thundered across the English Channel. Clouds which replaced the earlier Clear sky failed to halt the offensive. Since june began the More than 200 Miles of French coast line bristling with German guns has been shaken from end to end by Allied bombs. The big British Boin Bers made it their target for the third consecutive night. The u. S. Eighth air Force has neglected strategic targets deeper in the continent for the last four Days to concentrate on immediate tactical targets to it behind the invasion Wall. It is estimated that Well Over 13,000 tons of bombs have been dumped on prance by american and British heavy bombers alone in the last 12 hours. The greater part of this devastating weight of explosives has fallen in the Pas de Calais area and on Nail Strong Points surrounding the Channel ports of Boulogne. Calais Dieppe and Dunke que. The rest has been aimed mostly at roads and rail communications As deep into Northern France As Paris. The German is to soon after noon warned that single enemy planes were Over the lower Danube suggesting that Italy based bombers were on the prowl. The nazis asserted that Germany itself was free from enemy planes. Midday assault preceded by Thunderbolt fighter bombers which dive bombed flak defences a Small Force of u. S. Medium marauders attacked the Northern prance invasion zone in midday. Pilots reported moderate flak and no fighter opposition. Rocket carrying typhoons of the British second tactical air Force struck radio location installations in Northern prance for the second successive Day. The British did not lose a single plane in the night operations during which mines were Laid in enemy Waters. R. A. F. Squadrons flew through gusts of rain to smack the nazis invasion Wall and penetrate to Cologne. Cologne was last hit on May 28 by a Small formation of american heavy bombers after a series of night attacks by British Mosquito which had been peppering the City with 2000-Pound Block busters. The operations today came after approximately 1200 american heavy to embers from Britain and Italy hit defense and communications targets in nazi occupied Europe yesterday. Plying approximately 2000 sorties the Mediterranean Allied air Force yesterday destroyed and damaged at least 1200 enemy vehicles in front of the advancing fifth and eighth armies. Strong formations of heavy bombers under fighter escort raked Northern italian rail Yards and enemy communication lines along the French italian Border. I eleven Allied aircraft were missing j and two enemy planes were downed during these missions. Last night Mediterranean Allied air Force bombers attacked objectives in Northern Italy. Ardmore youth is Given promotion promotion of Roger k. Gray. Ardmore from second lieutenant to first lieutenant in the army air forces was announced by the War department. The promotion was effective May 31. He received his commission As second lieutenant in november 1943. Lieutenant Gray is stationed with tie mall Tarry training Section at Clovis army air Field Clovis n. His Home is 401 o Street Southwest. Tokyo plans new super Jap assault by in Liam Phipps associated press War editor a tie japanese War octopus is running against Ever heavier Allied air blows on five of its far Flung tentacles but Tokyo radio said today monday a an offensive which will Cut China in two and foil american strategy is ready. Allied Aerial successes were reported in new assaults in new Guinea operations in the Southwest Pacific against the Kurile islands in the North Pacific and on Truk in the Central Pacific. In the vital China theater where chinese troops Are trying to Stop the Advance on Changsha in Htman province american airmen harassed the invaders. And in the Indian Burma theater an Allied operational summary said a overwhelming air superiority was a major Factor in placing those campaigns in favourable positions before the monsoons curtailed Progress. Adm. Lord Louis Mountbatten announced gains of 200 Yards in bitter fighting for Japan a my Itkina base in North Burma and japanese withdrawal from Samsun at the Western end of the North Burma front. Tokyo threatens while the Tokyo radio talked of Japan a readiness Quot to launch the most formidable offensive Ever against the allies a nip ponese troops edged closer to Changsha. The invaders main Force was 40 Miles East Northeast of the City another 35 Miles North and a third 50 Miles Northeast. But in Northern Hunan the chinese recaptured Ansing in their drive on the big japanese base of Rochow 55 Miles East. In Honan province 400 Miles North the chinese pressed on toward japanese occupied Loy Ang from captured Sun Hsien 45 Miles Northeast. American bombers from the Southwest and Central Pacific hit Truk another one two blow and other american planes carried their Buriles offensive into the fifth straight Day hitting Shufu Shu Para Ushiro and Matsuwa. Japan ventured 70 planes in combat Over new Guinea and Truk and lost 30. Gen. Douglas Macarthur mounted a new offensive in an attempt to wrest the important airfields from the stubborn japanese defenders of Blak Island in the Schoutens. Russo polish issues studied polish Premier in Washington for talks with president Washington june 5,�? up a Premier Stanislaw Mikoiaj Czyk is arriving today on an official visit to Exchange views with president Roosevelt and to probe Means for closing the Gap Between Russia and Poland. Acting Secretary of state Stettinius announced the visit of the polish Premier in this statement. Quot on the invitation of this government the polish prime minister is arriving in Washington today on a visit of Courtesy his first trip to this country since his asumption of the premiership. A the is expected during his Short stay to Exchange views with the president and other american offi vials on general european and polish questions. President to address nation four major networks to carry Rome comment on monday night Washington. June 5. A a it a president Roosevelt will address the nation at 8 30 p. M., Eastern War time tonight to discuss the fall of Rome in a 15-minute broadcast to tie carried by the four my or networks. Kuso Ardmore will carry the president s at 7 30 p. M., Central War time. Executive meeting of society colled executive meeting of the woman a society of Christian service has been called for 2 p. A tuesday in the first met bout Chur ii. General Clork s wife Elo tied at War news Washington june 5.�? pm the reaction of mrs. Mark w. Clark to the triumphal entry into Rome of her husband and his fifth army troops a a it s really marvelous what that husband of mine has done with that army of his. It s grand mrs. Clark added a whue we rejoice it can t All be Joy my heart goes out to the families of those soldiers who did t get to Rome who fell on the the general smother mrs. Charles c. Clark said she was a very Happy a at the Victory. She had recently implored her son by letter to take Rome soon that Quot in mall frazzled out by waiting. Blind couple weds in novel ceremony 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 Helwig 24, who lost his sight in an Accident nine years ago. They were married yesterday at the Highland Park methodist Chirch. He an inspector in a War Plant Yang subs have new victories official report shows 539 enemy ships sent Down by submersibles Washington june 5.�? �0 a United states submarines have destroyed 16 More of Japan a dwindling Fleet of merchant ships the Navy reported today bringing the total of enemy ships sunk by american submersibles to 589. A the latest bag included a Large transport and a Large cargo vessel. A y department communique no. 522 said Pacific and Par East "1. 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. Quot seven medium cargo vessels. A two Small cargo vessels. Quot four medium cargo transports. Quot one medium cargo transport. �?o2. A these actions have not been reported in any previous Navy department a the total of enemy ships sunk to Date includes 148 combat vessels. Ardmore Man wins his pilots wings Nashville Tenn. June 4.�? special a the 30th ferrying group ferrying division air transport command announced today that Bill g. Davenport son of or. And mrs. I. W. Davenport 806 Bixby Ardmore okla. Was appointed flight officer in the u. S. Army air forces june 3, when he completed the officer candidate unit course at the Nashville base. He was awarded pilots wings at an Early morning ceremony which took place before the entire military personnel of the 20th ferrying group officers of the air forces the air transport command and the ferrying division and state and local dignitaries attended the ceremony. Death record James Abner Butler James Abner Butler Healdton bom in Searcy county Arkansas in 1860, died june 4, 1944, at the age of 84. Butler was married to miss Annie Peacock at Lone Grove on july 27, 1890. Eleven children were bom to this Union All living. He has lived All of ills married life in Carter county. He was a Farmer during his Active life. Simeral services flu be held on tuesday. June 6. At Tjie first Baptist Church Healdton the Rev. B. L. Huff Baptist minister of Ryan in charge with burial in it. Olive cemetery. Sur in Jevors include his widow five daughters mrs. John Bromley. Wichita. Kan mrs. Mildred Culwell mrs. J. A. Drake Ira. Ben Clark and miss Lorena Butler All of Healdton six som. Fred and yank of great feed. Kan. Pvt. Dorris Butler Gulf Ikirt miss. Selmer Butler Norman Otla Butler Houston Texas and Pete Butler. Wilson 13 grand a Tih Gre amp to troops pursue remnants of fleeing nazis with hardly a glance at eternal City by Noland Norgaard Allied Headquarters Naples june 5.�? pm the powerful fifth army thundered across the tiber toward Northern italian horizons in Pursuit of the 10th and 14th German armies today with hardly a look at captured Rome ancient seat of Western civilization fallen a prize to Allied troops after nine months of sacrifice. I st ditch German rearguard died within the Shadow of the roman forum and in the streets of the government Quarter in bitter clashes a italian partisans bar chested and wearing Hammer and sickle insignia fought hand to hand with fascist and nazis in a Brief Battle for liberation. Italians cheer the italian populace cheered american and Allied infantry and tank teams As they threaded the clty�?T8 streets rushed to kiss the bearded and Grimy liberators and with shrill cries warned of ambushes ahead. Some of the romans died in tha City a closing hours of German domination victims of machine Gruns they tried to seize almost bar handed. London june 6. Up it he Naples radio said Lient. Gen. Mark w. Clark of the fifth army in a. Speech to his corps commander had declared Quot i doubt if the 14th German army is any longer capable of a it is a great Day for the fifth army a general Clark was quoted As saying on the capture of Rome. A French British and american troops have made it possible and i want to thank general easier Lieut. Gen. H a c. A Aker air commander for his air support. Quot i would like to say a word in memory of t in men and Wynen of the fifth army who have made the supreme the radio said Clark a Hen told italian Rome representatives that he was pleased with the Condl Tiomi of the City regarding both a Niue utilities and the City a clean appearance. But despite the sporadic clashes which took place even though the German High command had pretended until the last Liat Rome was an open City the italian capital with its store of cultural and religious treasures apparently came through in swathed for the most part. Police officers said All was quiet at the Vatican where the Pope has been a virtual prisoner of German bayonets since last september. A Berlin broadcast said Baron von Welss Saecker German am Cassador to the holy see Quot has left his residence in Rome Vii Bonaparte and moved to Vatican City. Other diplomatic missions of the tripartite Powers will move to Vatican City namely those of Japan. Hungary. Slovakia. Romania and British correspondents in Madrid said the Pope spent sunday in prayer and in consultation with papal officials during the hours of violent liberation of the City. A the Swiss guard had been doubled about Vatican City to prevent an influx of refugees. German broadcasts said Allied diplomatic representatives to the holy sea already had left the Vatican precinct for their old apartments in Rome. King Vittorio Emanuele was expected to hand Over ills Power to Crown Price Umberto at a formal ceremony in keeping with his Promise of several months ago to act when Tho allies entered Rome reports scanty although first reports from Roma 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. A Ilie destruction of the German loth and 14th armies remained to be carried out and towards this objective the Futh and eighth armies pressed today. Fighter bombers hammered away at the fleeing German columns leaving congested highways to the North uttered with dead and wounded and smashed vehicles. The fifth army Tore off and chewed up additional chunks of the Dis Organ lied Naad forces which had tried Latady to Stem the Advance on the italian capital Long enough to hold open a a escape route for hard pressed troops in the shredded defense line bout. The City. The danger of Field ican bal Astei Kesselring a a Force still facing the left flank of the fifth Anny Bettem Rome and the seacoast grew Steadl lir. A agape Bonte Creeed the Nuton escape route of that Loroesh was Tost when rat. Continued of in age x Otanm 1>

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