Seminole Producer from Seminole, Oklahoma on October 5, 1945 · 3
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Seminole, Oklahoma
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Friday, October 5, 1945
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‘ I I Ji Tinole Oklahofna' Friday October 5 1945 u Today News Today THE SEMINOLE PRODUCER Daily and Sundai PAGE THREE t M i — til th J f ! i noENCY FUND LiLlTY UPHELD BY SUPREME COURT OKLAHOMA CITY Get 5 — The state auditor was tree today to pay long overdue claims against the governor’s contingency and ' emergency fund after the supreme court upheld legality of the $776000 account in a 5 to 4 ruling late yesterday Claims against the fund including salaries of a number of state employes and a long list of office expenditures tiad been held in abeyance pending the outcome of a test suit filed by J K Wells Oklahoma City oil man Had the court given wells the writ of prohibition he sought a special session of the legislature to straighten out an unprecedented financial tangle would have been almost mandatory The justices upholding constitutionality of the fund interpreted legislative acts setting it up as being specific in designating what the appropriations to tie fund would cover Those opposing this view held that the governor U was given legislative authority in his power to dispense the monies as he -sees fit to cover emer- clicks Gov Robert S Kerr eomment-i g on the decision said It had Imeslalled a serious problem in $ updating the ' McAlester penitentiary for the remainder of the bunnium Cancellation of war contracts at the prison had made it impossible for the Institution to subsist upon its own earnings as the 20th legislature intended and the governor said he will have to make emergency grants fur expenditures there Surlaries of statehouse caretakers and funds to finance printing of the last legislature’s journal had been held up by the auditor's office pending the court’s ruling J G Duncan acting state auditor said Justice Monroe Osborne wrote the majority opinion of the court which was signed by justices Wavne Bayless Earl Welch N S Corn and Denver Davison Chief Justice Thomas L Gibson headed the dissenters with justices Fletcher Riley Ben Arnold and vice chief justice Thurman S Hurst agreeing with him Osborne’s statement observed that the size of the contingency fund was negligible when compared to the $35000000 annual state budget and said the legisla ture had anticipated the contingencies Aven though each instance was not set forth WILLIE and JOE tlv Mauldin FATHER WILL GET HONOR MEDAL OF HIS HEROIC SON WASHINGTON Oct 5 — (UP) — Sgt Roy W Harmon former resident of Talala Okla who “gave his life in firing three German gun positions in order to neutralize their effect on trappfd comrades has bem posthumously awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor the war department announced today The medal will f WORLD TRIP (Continued from page one) d off at various stops Only ve army officers who had to i end three newspaper reporters he didn’t made the whole trip ou'll pardon me Air saying so iez Robb of the International !ovs Sendee and Paul Miller of 4ip Associated Press but some-I think reporters are dopes Svmiy thei e’s an easier way to eium a living than this tCol M S White chief surgeon ATC headquarters who rode be presented to j to sec what so much higher Roy E Har- Jv‘n would do to us concluded the sergeant’s father nuy e jnu -1 mon Pixley Calif ! f bld dtle V1 The Oklahoma-born Sergeanfs- nu- Ho v us dally Physical comrades said Harmon “advanc- j ind tests over oceans and ed' with phosphorus grenades and continents above toe Himalayas destroyed the German machine I u'ld skirtin' the Tsi Mahal and gun nests concealed in the hoy-j ‘f u P uih results that were stacks which kept a deadly fire on him" Harmon lived until he ha hurled the last grenade into the j Knocked Himself Out third emplacement to blast and it Take two weeks and you’ll see more and remember- It better All I know for sure about the globe is that it’s round has people in it who wear turbans tarbooshes sarongs and grass skirts recording to locality and that its bigger than I used to think Otherwise the world is a blur to me the pants I wore around it are bagging at the knees and three showers In 23279 miles are not enough even though they came every other day So much for the world and all I saw in it I am about to take a both I am about to go to bed Do not disturb More Light Rains Predicted Today By United Press - Cft I$4t by United HaOrri ‘Musta been purty awful havin’ to mix with them there iggerant uneddicated furriners” I lOlh Led Drive To Finish Italy By XEA Service When the final drive to clear Geiman forces from Italy was launched early in 1945 the Tenth Mountain Division was chosen 11“ the spearhead The Tenth did jot have long to wait in Italy before getting into action It had been th"re less than a month before it was in the line in one of the toughest sectors of the Fifth Army front It was given the task of dislodging crack German mountain troops from the heights of Mount Belvedere Weather conditions were terrific but that didn’t bother the Tenth The li ughboys who fought through the snowy passes and over gale-swept peaks were for the most licit famous American skiers climbers forest rangers park and wildlife servicemen After chusing the Krauts from Belvedere the Mountaineers turned on full pressure and broke tin High the formidable defense lines ill the A M-nnlne Mountains near Bologna Fighting above the ’ ( hauls most rf the time the Ten 1h is credited with having cleared the lust of the mountain burrlers In Italy and paving the way for armored elements of the Fifth A i my to pursue the Germans in ’Ik? Po Valley One of the Tenth's heroes was Sgt Tvigcr Tokls world champion ski lumper who was killed in action early In 1945 A buddy of Tokle's fund the ki chump (tied "fighting a one-man campaign to repay the Nazis for the hardship and indecencies visited on his family and former coun-hymen" Night Club Dancer Held Without Bail On Child Stealing LOS ANGELES Oct 5 (UP)— Night Club Dancer Virginia Flores 18 was held without bail today as the district attorney’s office set the date for her childstealing hearing as Oct 9 at which time she is expected to plead not guilty by reason of insanity Mrs Flores who yesterday asserted she had been deprived of motherhood when an Oklahoma institution sterilized her subsequently changed her mind and told officers she was pregnant when her sailor husband went overseas several months ago The woman wrs charged with the Sept 13 kidnaping of five-year-old Florence Garcia from a Los Angeles school yard Mrs Flores admitted the kidnaping to officers and said she had taken the child to satisfy an unfilled longing for “babies of my own” Mrs Flores was unable to explain the absence of pregnancy now and police said she was growing more irconerent in her story as questioning contmued Oklahoma state officials denied her story of sterilization Mrs CreighUu Burnham supeiintend-ent of the state industrial school for girls at Tccumseh Okla at the time Mrs Flores was confined theie in 1941 and 1942 said she had "never heard of such a thing being done” Mis Burnham added "I never heard of such a thing at any other institution in the stole either” Police found that Mrs Flores had been arrested several times previously — four times in Oklahoma last winter and in Los Angeles last August on morals I charges Ones held at Amarillo state hospital for mental observation but released Mrs Flores was described by jail officers as "bordering on the psychopathic" Sergeant Too 111 For State Talks OKLAHOMA CITY Oct 5 (UP)— The army today cancelled the Oklahoma uppcnrances of M-Sgt Hubert Carrol the oiderly rnd Jao prison camp companion of Gen Jonathan Waimvright because of the s rgeant's physical condition The soldier arrived here earlur this week to appear on regular army recruiting programs at Tuia Muskogee Oklahoma City and possibly other state points Col John A Robcnson slate army recruiting chief said Carrol had been ordered to report to a processing redistribution center He explained tne order was in line with the army's checkup of condition of recovered military per-tonncl The sergeant expected to leavo Oklahoma City by plane late to day or tomorrow He planned to speak at a war chest program at noon here today Two State Jurists Added to Oklahoma University Staff NORMAN Okla Oct 5 (UP) Two prominent Oklahoma jurists Federal Circuit Judge A P Mur-rah and Oklahoma County District Judge Clarence Mills have been added to the staff of the University of Oklahoma law school as part-time instructors Murrah and Mills took the teaching assignments as the Oklahoma Bar Association moved to help tlie university law school through a difficult period brought on by the recent resignations ot Dean Jchn Ilervey and another faculty member" Floyd H Wright At the same time the association president Charles E France announced that the group has named a permanent committee representing both bench and bar to voik with the O U law faculty ir bettering the school burn a safe path for his advanc-f He also knocked himself out ing comrades j trying to make us comfortable as The action took place dui ing j Col C B Allen Maj James the bitter German defense of Cas- ti’ Speer Jr and Capt Philip aglia Italy on July 12 1944 IIis' U Worth ail or whom had their company was halted by the stream own jubs to do on the pioneering of fire that poured from tne tlveej world flight haystack positions and from rifle- It slum Id not be long before you men who were offering the nests as a touiist can see the world in security j (Fweck but I wouldn’t recommend S-Sgt James F Kenny Croc-1 kett Calif said Harmon was le-peatedly knocked down by fire “He had been hit twice but lie kept moving into the enemy lire When he was close enough to the last haystack he got up to throw his phosphorous grenade kneeling and he was hit and went down" Kenny related ! “He got up again very slowly and with the Germans throwing everything they had at him tie took careful aim and slowly tossed his last grenade As it arched through the air the German fire cut him down and he fell forward and didn’t move again" Harmon was born May 3 1916 at Talala Okla his father later moved to California and took up farming near Pixley Harmon was working on this farm at the time he entered the army on Nov 171 1942 Despite continuing libht rains flood Waters were disappearing today in most Oklahoma areas except the extreme east portion The highway patrol reported reopening of a number of flood-blocked highways and barring further heavy rains most of them were expected to be passable this week end Some roads however will remain closed because of washed-out and weak-incd bridges Weatherman W EL Maughan said more Sight rains might fall during the day tonight and Saturday morning with skies becoming partly cloudy Saturday afternoon He said temperatures would remain unchanged today and tonight with Saturdav warmer Heaviest rains during the last 24 hours tell In extreme eastern and southeastern Oklahoma Po-teau recorded 166 inches Durant 60 Idabel 49 Antlers 48 and McAlester and Ardmore 33 Snlhsnw received 24 Elsewhere m the state precipitation ranged from traces up to a tenth of an inch The maximum temperature in I the state yesterday was 78 degrees and the overnight minimum 49— both at Guymon in the Panhandle Among the major highways reopening were U S 64 at Leonard U S 00 east of Bartlesville and U S 75 between Owasso and Tulsa and also north and south of Bcrtlewllle The hornet injects mnr poison when it stings than does any oJier insect BANK EMPLOYE QUITS PAWHUSKA Okla Oct 5 — (UP) — Fred Rock pioneer bank employe here has resigned as assistant cashier of the National Bank of Commerce effective immediately He had been connected with the banking business here for more than 25 years Producer Want Ads Bring Results yif Ssocs Snake-charmerl Trapeze Arllsll Toe-dancerl Bareback Rider! 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