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October 31, 1957

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Hospital News Items r.n.s. IXBIAN Hirths: D;ui;hlcr. Mr. and Mrs. Marland Taliboncmah. ISM Dearborn, born '1:13 a.m. Oct. 31, weight S pounds 11 ounces. Son. Mr. and Mrs. Hawley Tsood- Jc. Mountain View, born 4:54 a.m. Oct. 31. weight S pounds 9 ounces. Adniitlci): Casper Tailis, Apache, medical. Esther Toppah, Carnegie, medical. Alfred Charley, Anadarko, medical. Vivian Keechi, Anadarko, medical. Michael Ware, Anadarko, medical. Dismissed: Clifford Lameman, Fort Sill Indian school, medical. Colleen Haag. Mountain View, medical. Barbara Stephenson, Anadarko, medical. Lindrith Tsoodle. 907 E, medical. MEMORIAL Births: Dnughlor. Mr. and Mrs. William Adams. 2212 Hoover, boni 9:12 a.m. Oct. 30, weight S pounds 9Va ounces. Daughlcr. Mr. and Mrs. James Litncy. No. 6 N. 23rd. born 6:10 a.m. Oct. 30, weight 9 pounds 10 ounces. Son. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Molina. 80S A. born 7:15 p.m. Oct. 30. weight 7 pounds 6 ounces. Admitted: Laura May Brush. 4. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. James Brush. 206 H, medical. William Lee Bradley. 4'i months, son of Mr. and Mrs. Grady Bradley. 1915 B. medical. Richard Caldwcll. I 1 -:, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Charles Caldwell, HOS'i S. Second, medical. Mrs. German Ebcrle, 714 N. 32nd. medical. Jimmy Fisher, 15. son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fisher, Apache, surgery. Jucll Dean Johnson. 10. son o[ Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson, \Vau- rika. medical. Jeftery Lewis. 11. son o[ Mrs. Ethel Lewis. 1212 G, medical. Charles Langslon, 8, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langston, Cement, medical. Mrs. Howard Maddox, 1509 Columbia, medical. P*aymond Patton, 315 Bell, medical. Mrs. Melton Tanner. 410 S. 23rd, medical. Byron Watson. Snyder, medical. Sharon West. 12. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Oran Phelps, 902\' 2 F, surgery. P. M. Wynn, Cache, medical. David Williams, 6, son of Mr. ·nd Mrs. Bob Williams, 806 N. 35th, medical. Mrs. Clyde Obarr, 1006 C, medical. Dismissed: Phillip Swyden Jr.. 5. son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Swyden, SOI N. 31st, medical. Ronnie Smith, 9, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Level F. Smith, Cache, surgery. Mrs. Gordon Rodgers, 12091 i Monroe, surgery. Mrs. Warren Crane, 1601 Pollard, medical. James Turner. 1, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Turner, 1910 Pollard, medical. Mrs. Fortunato D'Amico, 913 II, ·nd daughter born Oct. 26. Mrs. Carrell Tallent, S04 S. Fifth, and son born Oct. 26. Mrs. Hubert Watson, 1324 Sycamore, medical. Mrs. Allen Brewer, 803 F, and daughter born Oct. 26. Opal Cellins, Anadarko, medical. John Moore, Chattanooga, medical. Mrs. Earl Yoder, 912 S. Second, surgery. Lois Marie Hendricks, 13, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hendricks, Star Rl.. medical. Margaret Pettigrew, Duncan, medical. Mrs. E. G. Taylor, Duncan, medical. Barbara Cole, 104 Gore, medical. Casper K. Smith, Duncan, surgery. Mrs. H. F. Choate, Manitou, medical. SOUTHWESTERN ·irths: Daughter, Capt. and Mrs. James Johnson, Fort Sill, born 2:3S p.m. Oct. 30, weight 6 pounds 1154 ounces. Admitted: Mrs. Charles Howard, 111 S. Third, medical. Mrs. Lula Dunn, 812 G, medical. B. F Cole, 1314 Cherry, surgery. Mrs. Carl Herlzog, 824 N. 21st, medical. .Tames Dossett, 911 H, medical. Mrs. Joseph Conway, 1408'/2 D, surgery. Mrs. John Gray, 1406 Andrews, medical. Dismissed: Mrs. W. 0. Hounshell, 607 Bell, surgery. Everett Coody, Marlow, surgery. Mrs. Curtis Cole, 1147 Oak, and daughter born Oct. 25. Mrs. Thomas McAfee, Plaza Trailer Courts, and son born Oct. 24. Mrs. Malvern Milligan, 1212 S. 24th Place, and son born Oct. 26. Gladys Valdez, 3, daughter ol Mr. and. Mrs. Ralph Valdez, Waiters, medical. Former Artillery Chief Is Dead A former Chief of Field Artillery died of a heart attack October 15 \vhDe driving his car on Key Bridge In Washintgon, D. C. Maj. Gen. Upton Birnie.'Jr., 80, who headed the artillery from 19 to 193S, was an aide to Genera Pershing in World War 1 and served in various artillery assignments throughout his Army career He was a member of West Point class of 1900. Gen. Birnie retired in 1938. PRACTICE RUN. Getting set for tonight's "Trick or Treat" prowl are Patti Wilson and Mark Kensell, first grade pupils at Whittier elementary school,, Patti is the daughter of Mr: and Mrs. Harold Wilson, 515 C; and Mark, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Kensell, 806 N. 21st. The two are pictured with a dummy which added a festive spirit to the school's Halloween decor. (Staff Photo) Three Men Held In Theft Probe Cily police today reported two ^awton View Negro men and an ndian man wore being held for questioning in connection with overnight thefts. Officers also reported two lieutenants from Fort Sill were released o military authorities last night ollowing their arrest for investigation in a petty larceny case. The Fort Sill officers. 24 and 23 fears -old, were accused of taking a music loudspeaker from the Saddle club, operated by Chester Burke at 2501 S. llth. Capt. Frank Murphy and Pali'ol- nan Preston Williams arrested the r ort Sill men on S. llth near Ihc avcrn about 12:33 a.m. today. Poice said one o£ the soldiers put .he loudspeaker under a pickup :ruck when the police spotted the suspects. The loudspeaker was :raccd to Burkc's place. Officers said the , two Lawton View Negro men, 24 and 32 years old, were being held lor investigation in the theft of a headlight assembly Irom a car parked on N. Sheridan Road near Fort Sill's late 4 last night. The Indian .man was being held !or questioning in the possible theft of a car jack which he was at- .empting to soil when he was arrested here Wednesday. Cub Scouts Set Awards First awards of (he fall Icrm iverc presented Cub Scouls ot Pack 70, B. C. Swinncy elementary school, this week by Cubmastcr Capt. Judd Harris. Bobcat awards were received by Mike Lowry, Steve Porter, Paul Blose, Paul Grubbs, Mike Harris, Mike Gray, Douglas French, Jim Maris, Larry Sullaway, Paul Eagan. Richard Frank, William E. N 7 elson. James Bolfon, Doug Crane, Brad 1-lamblin. Dennis Ockinga, James Given, Pat Hargis, William Short and -Kenneth Johnson. Bear awards went to Joe Cummins, Keith Jackson and Carl Rush. Other awards were: Philip Whitcomb, gold arrow point and Wolf rank; James Cruse, two-year serv- two-year Humrig- housc, one-year service star; Keith Jackson, two silver arrow points, Wolf rank, gold arrow point and Bear rank; Ronnie Batz, gold arrow point and two silver arrow points in the Wolf rank; Mike Kohlcr, gold arrow point and a silver arrow point in the Wolf rank; Richard Johnson, one-year servico slar and Donncr stripe; and Chris Newman, one-year serv- ice star; Billy Hoge, service star; Eugene ice star. Also, Elliott Wiltsc, two-year service star; Robert Butler, two- year service star and silver arrow point in the Bear rank; Joe Cummins, gold arrow point and two silver arrow points in the Bear rank; Freddie Fitch, gold arrow point in the Lion rank; James Gurlcy, gold arrow point and silver arrow point in the Wolf rank; Steve Barnes, assistant Denner stripes; Carl Rush, one-year service star and assistant Denner stripes; Bennie Wiggins, silver arrow -point in the Wolf rank and Assistant Denner stripes; Tom Cummins, gold . arrow point and two silver arrow points in the Wolf rank, and Denner stripes; Byrl Whitcornb, gold arrow point in the Wolf rank and Steve Rhodes, two silver arrow points in the Wolf rank. POPE INSURANCE Cub Pack 81 Gives Awards Cuh Scout Pack SI o£ John Adams school presented annual awards this week to members of each clcn, Maj. E. Shelton (USAF), cubmasler, said. The Bobcat awards went to Bob Colbert, Donald Fox, George Frazier, Steven Halbcrson, Stephen Myers, Trest Pollina, Jerry Tyboros- ki and Bill Westfabl. Kite flying awards were presented to Ernest Bernard, George Bristol, Larry Collins, Mike Duncan, Bill Glasco, David Stewart, Billy Townsend, Gene Paul Willis, Ricky Harmon and Robert Tybor- oski. Wolf awards went to George Frazier and Stephen Starner, who also won two silver arrow points. Steven Wilson was presented the Bear award and Robert Tyboroski received the Lion award with one gold arrow point. Denncr stripes were awarded Travis Briggs, Robert Tyboroski and Gene Paul W : illis. Assistant Denncr stripes went to Eric Poindexter, George Frazier and Robert Gully. Larry Collins, Mike Gully and Anthony Coier vcueived one year service stars. Two-year stars were awarded Buddy Schow, Ernest Bernard, Rickey Harmon, Robert Gully, Gene Paul Willis and Steven Wilson. Mike Myers, a Boy Scout, received the Den Chie£ cord. Pins were presented den mothers, Mrs. Gene Dodson, Mrs. Calvin Estep, Mrs. Jamc? A. Poin- clcxlcr, Mrs. Leo K, Myers and Mrs. John A. Halbertson. Cityans Forfeit Bonds In Court After Booze Raid Two Lawton men accused of bootlegging ioiicitcd $120 in Municipal court this morning by failing to appear for trial on charges of liquor possession, running a joint and maintaining a nuisance. Police said 50 bottles of liquor ·were seized at the places allegedly operated by the two men in Wednesday afternoon liquor raids, The defendants, who forfeited bonds totaling JGO each, were Aubry Shaw, 2.19% C, and Henry Watson, 1201 Washington. Officers said 14 fifths of wine, 10 half pints of gin and four half pints of whisky were taken at Watson's place. At the Shaw place, police confiscated 14 haU pints of whisky and eight half pints of vodka. In other Municipal court action, Judge J. Merle Oaks assessed J2Q fines against Sam Kosccheguetah Jr., 18. of 12.1 G'/a E, and Lewis Edward Edmunds, 19. of 101.1 Monroe, each charged with carrying p, concealed weapon; and Euel Edward Crolley, 19, of 1011 Monroe, charged with disturbance. Crolley was found innocent on a charge of destruction of private property. Three persons were lined $20 each for public drunkenness. The Chinese language and its dialects are used by nearly 500 million people. The name Jesse is Hebrew for vealth. Court Gives New Trial To Sooner On DWI Charge OKLAHOMA CITY (UP) -- A state Criminal Court of Appeals ruling today paved the way for a new trial for a Stephens county man convicted of second offense drunk driving. The court, in an opinion written by Judge Kirksey Nix, reversed the conviction of Barney Leon Shirey Wednesday on grounds he was unlawfully arrested. Shirey had been given a two-year prison sentence by a. Stephens county jury. Trial testimony showed that Tillman County Sheriff L. L. Kilgore observed, Shirey driving clown U.S. 81 in Stephens county in what appeared to be a drunken condition. Kilgore radioed'a description of the car to the sheriff's office at Duncan and stayed near the car until a highway patrol cruiser ar- r'.ved. He signaled patrolman Lan- ciis and Deputy Sheriff Vaschal ISowell, who arrested Shirey. The opinion stated the officers relied : upon a. statute which permits an officer to make an arrest witdout a warrant "for a public offense committed or attempted in his presence." "In the opinion of this court," Nix wrote, "the evidence on the part of the arresting officer, if believed, fell far short of establishing that the defendant was committing or attempting to commit a misdemeanor in their presence." Nix said the fact the arresting officers saw the car had ' 'aslight weaving motion not completely from one lane to the other,", was not of sufficient consequence to justify an arrest. Nix ruled further that the fact Sheriff Kilgore thought Shirey was driving in a drunken manner had no bearing on the case since he was a "third person" and did not take part in the arrest. THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Thursday, October 31.1957 13 SPOOKS ON PARADE. Five students who participated in the B. C. Swinney elementary school spook parade today are pictured above. Standing left to right are Kristi Harris, daughter of Capt and Mrs. Judd T. Harris, 1630 N. 27; Curtis Haire, son of Sfc. and Mrs. Curtis Haire Sr., 23^ 5 Lincoln; Chuck Logan, son of Capt. and Mrs. Thomas H. Logan. 2224 Denver; and Chuck Pankey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry G. Pankey, 2225 Lincoln. In cat costume is Judy Gowin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Gowin, 2129 Denver. (Staff Photo) Reckless Driving Charges Are Filed Reckless driving complaints were filed today bj County Attorney Warren Crane against two motorists arrested by highway patrol troopers. The charges were filed against Loren VV. 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