The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 21, 1963 · Page 6
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The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma · Page 6

Lawton, Oklahoma
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Wednesday, August 21, 1963
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Wednesdoy, August 21, 1963 COLLEGE OFFICIAI-S. Dr. Al Harris, Southwestern State college president, right, and W. C. Bums, dean of students, study a college catalog of events during a visit to La\vton today. The educators toured Cameron and visited with Dr. Richard Burch, college president. Enrollment at Southwestern is scheduled Sept. 9-10, and classes begin Sept. 1.1. Dr. Harris predicted the 1963-64 term enrollment will reach 2,600. (Staff Photo) The Doctor Savs. Asthma Operation May Relieve Emphysema By WAYXK G. BRAXDSTADT, M.D. l--Could (ho operaiion for asthma that you mentioned (removal of Ihc carotid body; also help em- best, but none of them unless used every day without fail. Frequent bathing is Funeral Rites Sally Ann Edwards CEMENT (Special) -- Services for Mrs. Sally Ann Edwards, 92, were held Monday 'in Tecurnseh. Burial was in Rose Hill cemetery at Chickasha. Mrs. Edwards, mo'Jier ol Mrs: George Davidson, was a former resident o[ Chickasha. She was born May 15, 1871,' ih Denison, Tex., and' moved to Chickasha in 1893, She moved to Tecumseli in 1956, Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Davidson; Mrs. Jim Blankenshlp, Dallas, and Mrs. Annie McNaii\ Tecumseli; two sons, Oscar, of Tecumseli and D. C., of. Tuttle; 13 grandchildren, 21 preat-grnndchildren and 24 great- Rreat-Ei-andchildren. Graduation Set For OCS Classes Two Officers Candidate School classes will be graduated at Fort Sill in Uie next DO days. Guardsmen and Reservists are lo be g'.'adua.led from a condensed 11-week OCS course Aug. 31, and active Army car.ditfaW will conclude a six-month regular OCS course on Sept. 3. Abour 80 Reserve component members will allcnd the reserve clas.s graduation at 10 a.m. in Snow Hall auditorium w i l h Brig. Gen. Francis Grcenlief. acting assislanl chief, National Gunrd B u r e a u , Washington, D. C,, as speaker. The reservists will hold a graduation parade on the OCS field, and a reception and graduation dance in the Officers Open Mess on Aug. 30. The men who complete all OCS work subcourscs will receive diplomas and recommendations for commis- , . · , , - , - - - . - · · . sions. Tile recommendations are cd, but the best results are o b t a i n - ; forwardcd lo l h p N a t i o i l a | G u n r d ea when a soap that contains hex- achlorophenc is used. Bureau and Army Corps levels. . Resolve component officers who physema? A--The operation referred to i It may help if you couM get her : fail any OCS subcoiirsc will receive docs not correct rhe underlying al- j take a. calmer view of life. Worry | certificalps of attendance. Jergy in persons with asthma, but ( and anxiety can aggravate this, as ' Forvy-iwo men of Ihe regular does increase respiratory etficien- ] well as so many other problems. | OCS course will receive gold bars cy by releasing trapped air, It Q_ t nm a T2 .year-old housewife I also in Snow 1 I ; | M ceremonies Sept. i would seem logical to try it on j am wc]1 exc " pp t for excessive i 3 Co1 - Fla y* D. Williams, deputy! palienls who have emphysema, j sweating day and night. My doc-1 commander of ihc- 1st Field Arlil- cspccially since thc operation is , tor cannot f j nc , n n y cau ,. C] ' wi ,, , : Ion- Missile Brigade, will be guest relatively simple. 1 do noi. how-: j usl nave {0 | Mrn ' (0 UvR v . i;)l j; , i speaker, over, know of ajiy reports lhat ihis i A _ Fevc| , cvprci ~ Hnd ,,,.,,,, i The candidales will lioid a grart- has been tried. i u _ _ , . _ j l....'^... ' .' . .. n c . ] uation parade on Labor Day and I be tc'ed al a reception and dance every nighl, uses tloorioran'.! nnd i T . . "" i aes The candidates will hold a gr never wears a blouse m o . - e ' l h a n : In thc abscnsc of . any ° ,' cse ' nt thc Or ' icol ' s club t h a t evening. "sually due AIRCRAFT DEBRIS. Wreckage of the Air Force B57 Canberra jet reconnaissance plane that crashed and apparently exploded upon impact Tuesday afternoon 2'/» miles south of the Kansas Air National Guard tower south of Hutchinson, Kan. The pilot dJed in the crash; his navigator parachuted to safety. (AP Wirephoto) Ss.-fr R ecm jt ers show sive sweanng , " *·'"" ^' - J M U W A 1 A t is limited lo the hands, forehead. In teen-agers. The problem will be-! Methanlhelinc and propan'.heline j comr less acute as yjur daughter ; nsvc benofiird some persons win | Two l^cal Air Foi-ce recruilers grows older. : hav f had cxccssivn sweating, bul ! prcsonlod a film. "Operation Blue Meanwhile, if she doesn't shave ihc results arc variable. Such un-;N 0 ;e," ai a mociing Tuesday of her armpits she should, because ! pleasant side effects as do~ness o f , the Sheridan Kiwanis club held deodorants are practically useless ' the moulh and blurred vision may j a i tlic Holiday Inn. in thc presence of axillary hair, i m;lkc " ;t necessary to stop the mcd-! T-Sgt, Koshall Thomas and S- Some deodorants arc better than : iclnc; - ; SRI. Roger Cook also conducted "a others, so she may have lo t r y : '" severe cases, an operation | question and answer period fol- scveral lo find one that helps her . t h a t wvers the s-mpathe;ic nen'e lowing the film which concerned · | roots has given good results, but J a n operational 'night of most people would rather sweat i! bomber. B-52 Guests wore Howard Kinmonth and Walter Oswalt. Cecil Enker, 1 president, presided. Arrests Don't Stop Marches In Plaquemine PLAQUEMIXE, La. CUPI) -Police arrested 51 Negroes in 2-1 i T , .,,,,..,_,,,..» , ,., j- L, , -- - "' ·"·-· ······»·" ^^^~^hours in :his riverfronf town, the ! Jj!TM?Z££.*?*%JS ! « F 10 .«?«-«.^esday .he license out. Q--What is cmpyema? Is it caused by smoking? A--Empy«ma is a collection of pus between the lungs and the ! CU 3 f*,, r L I :_,,.,. chest wall, It almost always starts I ^""CK LiqUOP as an acute condition w i t h fever, j associated with sonic disease o( | the lungs. Smokinc is not a direct License Lifted By Parham OKLAHOMA CITY CAP)--Liquor director Roy Parham suspond- South's new arena ol racial con- · ,_,,_j ;» WiLrtod U - - flic-t. But singing clappin-dem- I ^ MSlCnl " * ' S U s u a l l y CmCmCd 1O a lunu - ~ cll!Uio " ... T u lJScs the ar(?R o n s t r a t o r s planned another march today along with an eco- i nomic boycott. l wal](1(J o[[ , o ^^ ^^^ of More than 400 Nc.groes attended , the infection over the entire chest a rally Tuesday night and sang l wall. nnd shouted their approval of an- ! Some persons live 20 years or other mass march today. more after the acute episode. u · ; -- _ ' ----- ·'" ·"·--~".' ·'"· mvnai; . ch ' omc i of Qara May Geu o! Shattuck for result. , .soiling liquor on credit, , ~\ cll!Uio " *TM*n D «"^ Craw. lord ° f « l l i n K l ^° r on credit at Tuwdav-'s hear- Mayor Charles B. Schnebclen saJd ihe city would ask U. S. Dist. Judge E. Gordon tt'cst of Eaton Rouge to issue a temporary restraining order against further demonstrations. In these persons, the symptoms SCOFFS AT BOMB IDE\ WASHINGTON (UPI) - Assis- lant Defense Secretary Eugene G. Fubini has scoffed a't the idea may be surprisingly mild. The | that orbiting bombs could greatly treatment depends in pan on the j damage the earth, cause and the amount of involve- i Fubini, deputy director of rp- ment of the lung. In treating this : search, said Tuesday it would condition, the irjccrjon must be j laic a bomb equal lo"2,000 mcga- The Negroes sal in doorways, i controlled, after which an opera-1 tons of TNT to burn' a frame o.' segregated calelcrias in nem- Lion lo drain or _ remove thc em- house .from an altitude of 150 onstratin:; for civil rights and equal job opportunities. They had to be hauled oil bodily when they refused to move. Helmeted state and local police, some armed with electric cattle prodding rods, were joined by firemen with high-pressure hoses and civil defense wardens using clubs. "This town apparently wants war," one Negro leader said, Dr. Bertrand Tyson, a Plaquemine Negro, said the City Council olfcred to meet Aug. 29 with ·the Negroes to talk over their demands. "We can't wait that long," Tyson said. "There won't be a Plaquomine then." He was referring to thc threatened boycott. Plaquemine. ,a city ol 10,000 persons, is about 15 miles south of Baion Rouge, in southern Louisiana. Ibervillc Parish (county) has 3S.OOO persons and about hall are Negroes. Woman Arrested On Check Charge LAS VEGAS, Nov. (UPI) -- A Las Vegas woman was arrested Tuesday and -held on charge of passing bad checks in Oklahoma. Police said the woman, Coleen Lee Bryan, 25, was wanted in Guymon, Okla. Police said they were notified by Oklahoma authorities where the woman might be and she was arrested without incident. Officers said she refused to comment on the charge and would not sign a waiver of extradition. R O A C H E S ? Call FOG SERVICE EL5-2078 "He's too young for us. He's still In the peanut butter and jelly stage!" FRIED CHICKEN 2 l b f $1.25 Sidney's Dairy Creams .tod BeO EL 3-3025 1Mb B EL 3-8160 VACATION ACCIDENT INSURANCE J-DAFS TO 6-MONTHS Hood-Donley Agency 810 "B" Pho. EL 8-M11 FLANS CAPE VISIT WASHINGTON (UPI) -- President Kennedy planned lo Ily 10 Capo Cod [oday for an overriisln visit with Ills family. Press Secrelao' Pierre Salinger said Uie President planned lo return t o Wfishinplon T h u r s d a y morning, but would KO back lo Cape Cod Friday to spend Lhe weekend. School Bus Fare Increase Of 5 Cents Okayed In Tulsa TLJLSA CAP--A live-cent school bus tare hike by MKO City Bus lines was approved Tuesday by Ihe city commission. The fare increase will !M trom 10 cents to If) cents. It was not protesled at a public RECOGNIZES RKBEI.S RABAT. Morocco (UPI) -Morocco announced Tuesday it has officially recognized ihe "government in exile" of Angola, headed by rebel premier Holdon Roberto. The year-old exile Rovernmenl is headquartered in Leopoldville. The. Conpo. Angola is a Portu- Kuese colony in southwest Africa. Fund Directors To Meet The Lawlon-Fort Sill United Fund board of directors will meet at 3:30 p.m. Thursday in the Hotel Lowtonian, Howard L. Freeman, president, announced today. Freeman said a chance in rhe j by-laws concerning the admission ' of new agencies will be considered : at the meeting, i Civic Club Hears Talk On Missiles Col. Byron B. Webb, Air Forc« liaison officer at Fo.-i Sill, spoke on the Adas, Titan and Minutcman missile systems at a meeting Tuesday of the Northwest Kiwanis dub. Assisting Col. Webb was M-Sgt. George Kelly, who is also with the Air Force at Fort Sill. Lt. Col. (Ret.) Lcs Hitlle served as program chairman. Walter Os- waJt, president, presided. Guests were Jack Rhodes, Bill Sieg, Justin Kuntz, Granville Lovick, T. D. NickJas. J. G. Knox, i C. T. Haley, Roy Reoser. Dr. Bill Cunningham, R, L. Gilbert and Floyd Zook. It was announced by J. T. Meal that proceeds from rhe Lawron Rangers rodeo concessions toiaied $1.411. The money will be used in youth work. 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