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in 14, collision in left his injury into the to The deputy Traffic Complaints Dominate Heavy City Court Docket Acting Judge Woodrow Giles disposed disposed of 41 cases, mostly traffic complaints, in a long session of Municipal court today. Six persons were charged with reckless driving. Forfeiting J20 bonds were Kenneth W. McCollum, 20. Burkburnett, Tex.; Tony Nelson Nelson Pool 17. No 32 N. 2Sth; and David L. Lents, 17, of 110 N. 14th. Fined S20 each were Patrick Newsom Newsom 19 of 1106 S. Ninth; Charles E. Goode 16, of 1002 Euclid; and Grant E. Williams, 23. Fort Sill. Traffic Charges Filed Forfeiting $11 bonds each on charges of driving without a license were Alice O'Neal 34 of 1106 C; Joyce Lamb, 18. Wichita Falls, Tex.; and Louis Henry Langston, Langston, 54. of 2152 Douglas. On complaints of failure to yield the right-of-way, two drivers forfeited forfeited $11 bonds. They were Frankie Frankie J. Ball. 29, Elgin: and Robert Lee Shore, 33. of 3403 Oak. Parker Joseph Jr., 29, of 1405 Garfield, forfeited an Sll bond on a charge of following too close, and a J20 bond on a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicants. intoxicants. Jesse B. Brodie. 37. of 1913 Andrews, Andrews, was fined S10 on a complaint complaint of following too closely in traffic. Robert N. Bushonsky. 2-J, of 2407 Williams, was fined S15 on a comp comp l a i n t of running a stop sign. Clayton R. Axlcy. 21. of 2707 Mo- Wy. and Victor W. Smith. 23, Fort Sill, were fined 520 each, and Johnny Johnny C. Jones, 20. of 920 S. 23rd, forfeited forfeited a S20 bond, all on charges of exceeding a safe speed. Vagrancy Alleged On vagrancy charges, Aaron Ko- part, 47, Rt. 1 Lawton, was fined $20, and Irene King, 24, of 20!i B, and Helen White 26. and Louise Jackson, 23, both of No. 11 B, forfeited forfeited 520 bonds. Three persons were charged with disturbance by fighting. Ronald S. Jackson. 20, Fort Sill, forfeited a 520 bond, and Frederick Collier, 32. of 23V,a D, was fined S20. Pvt. Aaron H. Powell, 24. Fort Sill, drew a $20 suspended fine. Jerry Zimmerman. 22, of 514 B, forfeited a 520 bond on a complaint Registration Now Open of shooting fireworks within the city limits. Manuel Mazario Jr.. 21, of 1618 Andrews, and Richard R. Riedel, IS. Fort Sill, were charged with creating a disturbance by shooting fireworks in the city limits. Mazario Mazario drew a $20 suspended fine, and Riedel was turned to military authorities. Jimmy Wayne Moore, 19, of E, forfeited a S20 bond following his arrest on charges of destroying destroying private property. Ralph F. McDaniel, 40, of 1409 S. 10th, forfeited a $20 bond on a charge of "window peeping." Lula \Vhittock, 2S. of 104V2 Bell, forfeited a J20 bond on a complaint "and I h*ve a 50.00 deductible collision policy from JOE FORD INSURANCE PARTNER COMAMCWf GOING PLACES Fly Direct! Save Worry! Leave For The Extra We pilot low EXAMPLE--1 passengers trip to Oklahoma City and $10.80. Now that Is only You can't beat that for Now the new Piper Comanche, 3 passengers and pilot, round return, 3 passenger, 519-00 each. Free layover at your destination time. If you want one-way trip,

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  1. The Lawton Constitution,
  2. 06 Jul 1959, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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