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Jackson, Mississippi
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Tuesday, August 18, 1953
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PAGE 4 THE CLARION-LEDGER. JACKSON, MISS- TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 18, 1953 Third TV Station In Jackson Favored An FCC examiner recommended Monday that the Lamar Broadcasting Co. b permitted to build Ole Miss Graduates 'Hear Dean McCarler UNIVERSITY A proper understanding of the role of m university as distinguished from a college would "put an end to the foolish suggestions which rise now and then that Mississippi should have two or three universities," Dean Fete Kyie Mccarter told a University of Mississippi summer graduating class of 186 students her Sunday night. He said It would also lead to the kind of financial support that a university must have to be a university. It was Dr. McCarter's farewell address as Dean of the University. He will become vice-president of the University of Oklahoma Sept. 1. His successor. Dr. W. Alton Bryant, acted as dean at the graduation exercises. Degrees were presented by Chancellor J. D. Williams. Dr. McCarter called on the graduates to 'exert all the influence and leadership that you will have to keep your University free. . . It 13 the special province of our a television station on Channel 3 at Jackson. If no protests or objections are filed, the recommendation by Examiner Herbrrt Sharfman will au tomatically become the decision ! of the commission. It will be Jackson's third TV station. WJTV, owned by The Clarion-Ledger and the Jackson Daily News is already in operation and plans are on th3 drawing boards for WSLI-TV. a Standard Life Insurance Co. station. The Lamar Life Insurance Co.. owners of radio station WJDX. al so owns the Lamar Broadcasting Co. Sharfman's decision came after Bob Sanders withdrew his application for the same channel. Sharfman said the grant of a TV permit to Lamar without further ado would be in "public Interest, convenience, and necessary." L. M. (Mac) Sepaugh. manager' of WSLI-TV. said Architect J. M. Spain is drawing the plans for their station. He said it is not known when operation will begin but it will be after the first of next year. WJTV is affiliated with the CBS network. WSLI-TV will use ABC. The Lamar Life station will probably use NBC since the Lamar Life radio station. WJDX. is affiliated with that network. I Mil lull. I II IT" if I I.I I-'1 -C' i ' I - ' l.-m Sept. 1G-17 - - - . Plans Outlined For State Medical Meet Physicians throughout Mississip- executive director of Mississippi HARD-WORKING personnel of the Preventorium for children at Sanatorium, were presented with a new riymoutb station wagon this month by tbe Plymouth Dealers of Mississippi as a gesture of their appreciation for the fine service this agency is performing for underweight and rundown boys and girls of Mississippi. Miss E. M. Clark, director of the Preventorium, is shown receiving the keys to the car from E. J. Craigo of Jackson. The spacious new car replaced a station wagon which was donated to the Institution back la 1948 by grateful parents and friends In Coahoma county. Kinsey's New Sex Book On Way Here WSLI-TV will operate on very public education to take the lead, high frequency with 214.000 watt in Dr. Alfred C. Klnsey may have begun by studying the behavior jof the bee. but somewhere along in- the maintenance and defense ef this freedom: that is why a person who knowingly subscribes to the tenents of any organization or party which would deny or destroy our intellectual freedom has no place on the faculty of any of our educational institutions." The University stands at the head of our public education system in Mississippi. Let us never forget that if a University cannot be a place where people may honestly doubt, honestly dissent, honestly disagree, where the honest, objective search for truth may be permitted to prevail not only over falsehood but over tne more suoue and sinister enemies of truth sush as bigotry and prejudice and expediency if a university cannot be that kind of place, then it ceases to be a university at all." he said. Final Ritesleld" For A. J. Vaughan Final rites were held at 3 p. m. Mondav for Andrew Jackson power. It is expected to have a radius of about 80 miles. Salesman Sues Officer and Cily A Jackson salesman filed a $20,-000 damage suit in Circuit Court Monday against the City and Police Patrolman C. J. Taylor, charging Injury resulting from false arrest. The suit was filed by J. W. Brent, of 2560 Williamson avenue, charg ing that he was arrested falsely at his residence on August 3, by Patrolman Taylor. Brent specifically charges that he "was rot violating any ordinances of the city, and that Taylor, without due authority of law. an affidavit or warrant for his arrest did strike, beat and wound him." Through his attorney. Leon E. Provlne. Brent asks $10,000 actual and $10,000 punitive damage, plus costs of the litigation. Brent's suit claims a ruptured ear drum as a result of the alleg- va'rhan m who d'ed it his home ;'d attaK dieted by Taylor andlfc iniiJ'-!, S sundM I1'0 Iterations about" his head andle jacli rear LUca at 1..0 a. m. sunaay. ... . L the way he found people were teresting too. The entomologist from the University of Indiana has completed his second book. "Sexual Behavior In the Human Female" and it will appear on the book shelves of leading stores throughout the country Thursday. The Mississippi Office Supply Company reports that they have ordered a large supply of the books and expect to have it this week. In fact, according to Mrs. W. C. Herbert. Dr. Kinsey's second book is expected to outsell his first. "Sexual Behavior of the Human Male." "We have already taken a large number of advance orders." says Mrs. Herbert. "No one seems to object to the $8 that the book will cost. They're just afraid they won't get one of the first copies." Over at the Emporium things are a little different. "Yes, we i are going to stock Dr. Kinsey's new book," said Mrs. Leola Purett, "But I've heard several people sav they Just wouldn't spend $8 for it." Acutally the biggest play on the book, according to Mrs. Purett. will come from the rental library. "We already have a long waiting list of people who want to check it out for a the books and expect to have them ready for readers by the first of September. All proceeds from Dr. Kinsey's book will go to the 'Klnsey Foun dation for Research" at Blooming- ton. Indiana which furthers study in entomology. SIJoWilnTew Charters Issued Mr. Vaughan, a retired farmer, died following an extended illness. A native of Kentucky, he moved to Hinds county in 1920. Rites were conducted by the Rev. r-,,i:ti chrrh fr th Baldwin !on charges Injury to both eyes. He also charg es that "he was left in a cell without a bed. bleeding about the face and body and suffering from pain and Injury." Officers said Brent was arrested drunk in private, Jackson Public Library- have ordered several copies Funeral chapel with interment in the Raymond cemetery. His survivors include four daughters. Mrs. J. M. Allen, of Raymond; Mrs. J. W. Stephens and Mrs. Dorothy Tibbs. both of Jackson and Mrs. J. T. Phillips, of Natchez; three sonsi Ray, of Jackson; Sam. of Dearborn. Mich., and Robert, of Utica: two brothers. Jewel of Folm-sendale. Ky.. and George, of Chicago; three sisters. Mrs. Bell Jones and Mrs. Ray Hicks, both of Folm-sendale. Ky., and Mrs. Ed Carter of Paduoah, Ky., and one half-sister. Mrs. Beulah Baggett. of Tas. Pallbearers included R. C. Mob-,urday and lev. Ethel Runnels. J. T. Phillips. lEitard and Jr.. John Franklin Thigpen, James Allen and Charles Lingley. Baldwin Funeral Home was In charge. using abusive language and resist ing arrest. He was reportedly convicted on one charge of using abusive language and the two remaining charged were dropped. $750 Bond Filed For Auto Thefl Semi-Annual Bridge Tournament Ends Optimist Club Hears Of Scout Jamboree Over five hundred contract bridge tournament here Sunday. Winners of the men's pair finals held Sat- Sunday were; Robert Walter Herbert. New Orleans; Joe Smith. George Ellas, Jackson. Women's pairs winners were: Mrs. Erline Folev and Mrs. Robert Pitard of New Orleans; Miss Helen Moore and Mrs. Charline Simmons. In the open pairs, three session event, held Sunday afternoon Mrs. A. M. Byrd of Meridian and Mr. Freddie Hughes were first with over all scores ef 398. Mrs. Louis Zollinger and Dr. Richard Green Fourteen firms capitalized at a total of $1,784,075 secured charters from Secretary of State Heber Ladner here last week. Included were ten domestic concerns capitalized at $315,000 and four for eign businesses with total capital of $1,453,075. They were: DOMESTIC The Bluff Creek Canning Company, Inc., Vancleave, Purpose: Canning Factory, $75,000.00. Hattiesburg Council of Garden Clubs, Hattiesburg. Purpose: Oar-den clubs. No Capital. Lake Side Fishing Club. Inc., Vicksburg, Purpose: Fishing and recreation. No. Capital. Mississippi Termite Control. Inc. Jackson, Mississippi. Purpose: i Termite extermination business. 1 $5,000.00. , Joe's Tractot Co.. Inc. Mc- of Comb, Purp've: Wholesale or re tail, automobiles, trucks, farm machinery and equipment $30,-000 00. Gulley Grocery, Company, Inc., Pascagoula. Purpose: Operation of a wholesale grocery store $100. 000.00. Wilkinson Tire Service. Jackson. Purpose: Filling station or service station. $100,000.00. Starkville Credit Bureau. Incor- Purpose: Com- $5,000.00. Assoc la-Jackson. Purpose: advertising. No capital. Jaycee Speech School for the Deaf, Jackson. Purpose To con- pi are invited to attend the fifth annual assembly of the Mississippi Chapter of the American Academy of General Practice to be held in the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson SeDtember 18 and 17. Dr. Gus A. Rush, Meridian, president of the organization announced today Lectures by five out-of-state guest speakers, each distinguished in his field, will be the highlights of the assembly, the purpose of wnlch Is to bring the latest developments of the medical field to the hard-working general practloners of the state Other features of the two-day program include scientific exhibits, addresses by speakers In insurance and religious fields, a planned program for the ladies and other events. Dr. Rush announced that all members of the medical profession, nurses and members of the hospital staffs of the state are Invited to attend. WEDNESDAY PROGRAM Officers for the next rear will be elected at a business meeting In the Victory Room of the Heidelberg Hotel beginning at 9:00 a. m. Dr W. Douglas Hudglns. pastor of First Baptist Church, Jackson, wU deliver the invocation to open the assembly ana Mayor Allen C. Thompson of Jackson will welcome the physicians to the capltol city. The response to Mayor Thompson's welcome will be given by Dr. W. M. Dabney, Crystal Springs, vice- president of the Mississippi Chap ter. The general practitioners win hear a discussion of the Blue Cross- Blue Shield Plan at a luncheon meeting on the Heidelberg Roof by Richard C. Williams of Jackson, Hospital and Medical Service- Guest speakers to be heard rn Wednesday and the subjects of their talks include: Dr. Guy A. Caldwell, Ochsner Clinic, New Orleans. "Injuries of the Ligaments of the Knee": Dr. Thomas F. Frist, Nashville, Tennessee, "The Use of ACTH and Cortisone In General Practice": Dr. O. Randolph Batson, Vanderbilt University Hospital, Nashville, Tennessee. "Common Problems in Child Care" and Dr. E. C. Hamblen, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, "Some of the Endocrinological Pro blems of Gynecologic Practice . A fellowship hour will be held in the Rose Room of the hotel at 6:20 p. m. Wednesay evening to be followed by a banquet and dance on the roof. Dr. R. B. Robins. Camden, Arkansas, and Immediate past-presi dent of the American Academy of General Practice, will be the prin cipal speaker at the banquet. Thursday Program Thursday morning, September 17. the doctors attending the as sembly win see a color film. Toxemia of Pregnancy", hear Dr. O u y A. Caldwell discuss "L o w Back Injuries" and Dr. Thomas F. Frist discuss The Management of Cardiac Problems." The luncheon meeting will hear Dr Marc C. Weerslng, pastor of Central Presbyterian Church, as guest speaker. His subject will be "The Civic Religious and Moral Obligation of the Medical Profession to the Community". Two lectures will be heard In the afternoon: "Diseases of the Skeletal System In Childhood", by Washington School Faculty Announced 1953-54 school year: - -' High School, Principal Msth and Coach. Orland C. Everett: English, Social Studies, and Coach, Travis Myers: English and Librarian. Mrs. Winifred Watts; Science, E. . D. Freeman. Home Economics, WASHINGTON, Miss G. L. Tu- Mrs. Tressa Costly, Business Edu- tor, Supt., states that Washington:1-8'"". M,s- i" - , . . r Elementary. Principal and 7tb School will open September 3 orGrade M B Hensarllngi 6th registration of both high school and Grade. Mrs. Cleo Megginson. 6th elementary school students. With i and 7th Grade. Miss Frances an expected increase of a ninl-ifouclu., mum of 100 students, four addition-! ?""J 1Q al classrooms are being provided.' ' -"lelT d,v J5",' ., in.hrAm . K(n-Y-r.anrt.;Mrs. Essie Mae Gresham. 2nd and the lunchrom is being expand ed. Following is the faculty for the Dr. O. andolph Batson and "Some of the Endocrinological Problems of Gynecologic. Practice", by Dr. E. C. Hamblenx. Door prizes will be awarded fol lowing these lectures and the as sembly wui be concluded wiin a board of directors meeting." Program For Tbe Ladies For the first time, special events are planned for the ladles whose husbands are attending the annual assembly. A tour of tbe city is planned for the afternoon of Sept ember 16 and a style show will be held the morning of September 17 in one of Jackson's leading department stores. A tea in the Gover nor's Mansion Thursday afternoon. September 17. Is also planned. Grade. Mrs. Iris Gaddy. 2nd Grade, Mrs. Allena Clark. 1st Grade, Mrs. A. J. Stennett, 1st grade, Mrs. Lucy Greer; Piano, Mrs. Alice Beard, Public School Music, Miss Bonnie Fleming; Dancing. Mrs. Dotsy Myers, Dietician. Mrs. Daisy McClure, Secretary, Miss Helyn Conn. Custodian, Thelma Ronsom. Trustees of the school are: G. R. Hightower. R, L. HcDSley and Carroll Sojourner. About 84 per cent of the Niagara River's flow passes over the Canadian falls. ' PUy safe when stomach pains T.k give you scare oi VON'STablata- mill lik a doctor' araeriptioa for faitatt r.liaf from buraiag, cnaarina. net acid pa ml and (at. Taatad, prrrl -millions oM or 2i roar. Cot VON't t afl rafist only 1 1 J. five you scare oi ULCER NEW NOBLE , HOTEL Modern -Conveniences SPECIAL RATES For Permanent Guests Dial 2-9506 tit BttSWIM tltCTtOIIC For Music Unsurpassed Smiih'A MUSIC STORES Two Locations: 120 W.Capitol i J ; i i i r j "WIRE r'FENclNG'j If Barbed Wirt Welded Wire ) I ft.U F... m a of mm am mm I ( 26". 32" -39"-47" ( (yMUZ&? Poultry ond Garden Wire- Hordware Cloth -! 1 I 48" -58" -72" 24"-30"-36"-42"-487 ) Tr Hrr'2r I ' Lawn Fence T7 I A 36" -42" -48" Steel Fence Posts kD j Everett" Hardware Co. 121-123 So. Stats St. Phone 2-2621 f 511 Yazoo Just off N. State TKw Q TVirtrv-v v-crtn 1 sf "Ifi ! Willi a UUlll.iUHt f ( V " Ford Ave., charged with auto theft, waived preliminary hearing Mon day In Municipal Court and was porated Btarkvllle, bound over under $750 bond to a-ipiling credit information wait action of the grand jury. I Outdoor Advertising Chief of Detectives M. B. Pierce ition of Mlsslstlppl, Inc said. Pierce said Thompson, an employee of the Thomas Garage on Lindberz drive, is charged with duct a school for children who stealing a car from there belong- are deaf. No Capital lnfr to J. E. Simon. Joe E. Carr, Negro. 1209 Hill St.. charged with assault and battery FOREIGN C. E. Adams Si Company. Ine an Alabama corp. Birmingham with Intent, also waived prelim-(Alabama. Purpose: General Con- lnary hearing Monday and wasitractors S8.OC0.0O. bound over under $750 bond to a- Holly Store?, Inc., a New York wait action of the grand Jury, Chief .Corp. 498 Se.enth Avenue, New Pierce said. York, New York Purpose: To man ufacture and deal in women's ap parel $1,200,075.00. Fowler Bulck Company, a Dela ware Corp. 317 325 South State Street, Dover Delaware Purpose JET PLANKS COLLIDE LONDON. Auu. 17 IP Two Royal Air Force Meteor jet fighter nlnnpo. rnlliriH nhonf 19.000 feet above the English Channel In the! General automobile dealer and neighborhood of Le Havre $220,000.00. and exploded. The Air Ministry Jim Brown Town and County said there was no hope that the'Stores, Inc., ond Ohio Corp. 3834 inf jacn-on upumi-i i.iuo bom of New Orleans were second Diiot oi either craft survived. The'Euclld Avenue, Cleveland. Ohio ceara report Monwy cn ";wtth all over scores of 391'. planes were engaged In war exer-j Purpose: To conduct a general 1. ,V i- A ,. .i o , 1 me annual eiecuon oi oincers cises. 'mercnanoise business $25,000.00 fnT th f i::iJnni Print r n r Rrirfrro Master of Troop 8. veteran Ac.-v.!a.lfl -jmpd ot thi mtinir Scout leader cf Andrew Jackson were. Joe kLnncrt president. J . H. Council, who is also an fcUvelThrower vice-president. Spencer imrraccr vi u.c ;""'y' i Brown, second vice-president: Mrs Club. troop in a report trip to the ree. their recent wmet Special CHRYSLER ROOM i v V5s6 AIR CONDITIONER oniT Hlk VMlJ72mmm?J Reduced from $12900 ff W. Monument Diol 2-5533! JJ i Take advantage of s&A mer ipecial a full iff? vV 21- inch rotary power cT&Svxki mower with a 4-cyde V tL'JjGK .W Williams, treasurer re-elect; A .iVin n'ifknMV-a Aiaso Internationaal Jambo-:ject ir,r. ry UiUIUUtl OUUUY cCUillg 1M.I . riedJS cars, two dmers and 450 JJg StlS Scout Ed?ar Nations told the appreciation of their work with Club cf their many tours enroute.,thg gruP- Interesting talk about their camp, life. Rodeer stated the total food! ti!l for th 7 rfav nmn amounted S T rr' to $750,000 . The last meal. a ;V steak dinnr. Is supposed to havejf cott $23,000. Scout Bob Hederman. Jr.. told cf the fun they had In Swapping." This sport Is encouraccd to help the Scouts minzle and get better acquainted. Bob state that one scout's "swapping" netted him 2 snakes. 3 white rats and one horned toad. Scouts .present were Georje Moore. Edgar Nations. Rodger Striblint? and Bob Hederman. Jr. Other guests were Bob Stanford. Thad Luke, and Levin Farm er. Tbe door prize was award-. 723 ed to Victor Dearman. i Boy Now! Take Advantage of This onr A'cji? Mouse Can Become n Reality With a . EI ME ILARJ ' from MAGNOLIA STATE BUILDING & LOAN ASSOCIATION 210 N. Congress Dial 3-5463 Th Green Horntf Is fully ouoronteed-sturdy yt Hght in wtlght. Cufi a full 21-Inch twoth with rotory blad. Has a 4-cyde goto-nne ngine-IIka your outo-for mm In shirting end full powr wfn running. Turns on a dime, easy to maneuver, o tMational value ot thi$ ipeciol low price. CNIVERSAt. LAWN MOWEK sravicE X7t Raklatra SC C B. PFRKta HARD-WAKE a strrLt co. BrMkkaTa BROOKHAVEN FARTI Braakharta PARKER AUTO PARTS CO. 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