The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 22, 1963 · Page 2
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Lawton, Oklahoma
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Thursday, August 22, 1963
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2. THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Thursday, August 22, 1963 II Funeral Rites Birttie McDonough Services to? Mrs. Birttie McDon- oush, $4. who died in a 'local nursing home at 10 a.m. Wednesday following an extended illness, will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the First Baplisl church, llealdton. Burial will be in Mount Olive cemetery. Healdton, under direction of Becker Funeral liome. William Swarts Services for William C a r s o n Swai'ls. SS, ot Cement who died al 10 a.m. Wednesday in an Oklahoma City hospital tallowing an extended illness, will be at 2:30 p.m. Friday in (he First Methodist church, Cement. Rev. E. H. Grose, former pastor, will officiate with burial in the 100K cemetery, Cement, under direction of Dalton Funeral home of Fletcher. ·Mr. Swarts WHS born June 6. 1S75. rU Moulton. Iowa, and moved to Missouri wiih his parents as a child. In 191R he moved to Co- nu-nl and married Bess« Ferguson March 27 of lhat year. He managed a cotion sin in Cement for 3'1 years. Survivovs arc his wife of the home: iwo daughters. Mrs. Marjoric Houseworlh. Irvine, TON., and Mrs. Dorothy Bussey. Oklahoma City, and seven grandchildren. Melvin P. Cox Services for Melvin Pierce COM, (AC iviriMili'iin) KENNEDY ULAN KIDS KLEAN UP, These young nieces and nephews of President Kennedy cleaned up at the Barnslable Township swimming- championships in Hyannis, Mass., Wednesday, winning first or second in every event they entered, They pose above with their trophies and the Kennedy family athletic director, Sandy Eiler. 4e!a former resident ot Cache for j Starting with first girl seated, left to right: Sydney "Law-ford. Courtney Kennedy, mimy years who died Friday i n 1 Maria S'chriver, Bobby Kennedy Jr., Michael Kennedy and Stevie Smith. Walla Walla. Wash., will be at 2 -- - . "-. p.m. Saturday ai the first Christian church. Cache. Officiaiine will bo Tom Crowel], pastor, with burial in Cache cemetery under direction of the Cache Funeral home. VIETNAM Continued From Pace One monks and nuns Wednesday and the seizure of religious paeorias throughout Viet N'am appeared to have broken organized Buddhist opposition to the government, which lasted lor three and a half months. "The only opposition now is the (Communisll Viet Cone," a Vietnamese shopkeeper said wistfully. The South Korean Embassy in Saicon reported to its Foreign Ministry' that about 1,000 monks find nuns had boon arrested in army raids on pagodas in four cities. Browne said that at least one monk was reported killed and 30 monks and nuns wounded in the midnight raid on Saigon's Xa Loi pagoda, headquarters of the Buddhist high command. The Diem government's news agency. Vie! Nam Prcssc, claimed no monks or nuns were killed, Freciom Promised A government announcement said the monks and nuns would causing contusion and exploiting CONVICT ARTISTS. The U. S. prison in Leavenworth, Kan., will hold iLs second an- rclifrion lor political ends." ' - ' - ' · - - - · - ·- - ·._..- - TM Viet Nam Prcsse said police and troops continued to search pagodas. It claimed they had found weapons, grenades arid radio transmitters. Henry Cabot Lodge, new U.S, ambassador to South Viet Nam. cut shon a, stopover in Japan and hastened to Saigon to assess 'the siruation and express his govern- mcnl's anger. President Kennedy approved a j blistering rebuke by Ihe Stale Do POLICE COURT Following are the police court cases disposed of today by Municipal Judge J. Merle Oaks, with defendants, charges and disposition 13 New Traffic Charges Lodged Lawton HD Club Meeting On Tap ! Second meeting ot the newly or- i fjanized Lawton Home Demonstra- '' tion club will be at 7:15 p.m. Fri- Thirteen traffic complaints were j d ;,, the Securilv Bailk bui i din g. filed by the county ailorney s oi- lice today against motorists arrested by the highway patrol, Cecil Lawrence Davidson, 51, Monahans, Tex., was charged with ' Charges of driving w i t h o u t a license were lodged against Bobby Gene Lowery, 32, of 1708 Tall: Elizabeth L. Price, 39, or 906 C, and John Adair. 16, Rt. 1 Cache. . John Patrick Conway. 'M. of 309 Arlington, was charged with speeding, and Eddie Mae Joiner. 38, of 151.1 N. 43rd, was accused of allowing an unlicensed person lo drive. Charges of operating an overweight vehicle were filed against ,,,n unitiv m ·TM,,c Ar !ln£i'' Ki0y M i l l e r . 31 - Coalgale; Robert pin' ' ' " i A. Moore, 32, Rl. 1 Temple, and iinmirt D. n«yiiirc'. 17, of ;fi3 Fioyii. · DuWalne Shanks, 38, of 1712 S. Improper cxiuuii .yirm. rin«j no, tf '· Fourlh, who was also charged with , , . , , , , · i or, line a n an opened botlle of liquor, and ' , Terry Clifton Davis 17, of 18J5 ' for ^e county-wide basic sewing: laken from (he 2300 block S. llth Andrews, was accused of reckless I course which will begin in Sep-1 Wednesday afternoon. driving. \ tember : l n o t h c r new C!lfes - J i m m v R ' ' ' ' R a f o r l h reported the theft of an of each case: wmior C. wrttht, :32« N"w York, sewer j reckless driving and' transporting onllnnnce vlulHlinn, K!U bond forfeited. LoretiH SJIvcrliun:, J7, Ap«chp, /jeity lurcciij. fl'O born. IiirfpllKl. Jnmefl E. Rflymer, 33, Fort Sill, dl*- LurliAncc. flneil ?IO. Roy A l l e n M n r i l n , 17, Nn. .IS s. -I5ih, crcnllntr t nulsiince, fined JJII. Opul Fnnnlc PliLIls, 5-1. of 1.TJ6 Columbia f/ill lo yield [he rlffhl-df-wny. f i n e r ] M. Conr. H n l i r m m i i . F"rl SMI. Jfwer ordl- n n n c e v l i ' l n i l t j n . fined 11(1. .loseph Cij'Ln. B!?. of 103 Bell, running ft plv'p .»l{T7l. flnod W, Thornn^ Wnync Wusion. Jfi. of nip Co- luniljln. opi'i-HlIni n vehicle "'llh mndl/led p.\hnu5l ."yslrm. flnftl Jin. \'t «uspenc|Ad. R"i c L»Ednn. J7. rf HIM Dearborn. Imjir'.iper IjHrkl!!^. f l n e i l |5. Gi;ml(! P.. W e n l m j r l h . 211. Forl SMI. ex- ^nhur Cecil WchsLer. .H. of n-13.5 s. Improper ^Inrt. fln»d Mrs. Clara Kelley, home demonstration agent, said loday. Mrs. Kelley said the lesson would be "Your Type," dealing with col- Two Auto Theft Cases Reported Two auto theft reports were listed today among now cases under investigation by. local oL'icers. Jon H. Kilgore. 170-1 Oak. lold police his white 1962 Oldsmobile was stolen from Third and C before 3 a.m. loday, and Charles P.. Myers. 812 F, reported his black 1952 Chevrolet, bearing Oklahoma license plale ' No. CT-3133, was _ , . ,. . . . . . Conducting the meeting will b e , cxpensjve pocke( watch , mm his Mrs. Opal Walker and lola Tay- j trailer house at 3110 Cache Road; lor. assistant HD agents, and Mrs. · Marie Speed. 1015 H, said thieves Kelley. Mrs. Kellcy urged all interesied persons in "the Lawton-Fort Sill i vicinity lo a t t e n d , and added lhat ] a program for Ihe coming year would be planned. j took a Bible, and jewelry from her house: and Bobby L. Messer. 308 Monroe, reported the theft of floor mat.s and a seat cushion from his car. . . ,inmr« A . 17 sra Hnmi-r Smllh. 17, of J'li HIK.V. j yield the rlEh:-or-wny. fined SlrphQl r, full W. ^ u s p . . 7. of ?*3 Do«r- Mm. u.«r nr pn'fune laneuHcc In nul'llr. flnrcj 5Sl Im^mper evhnu.'l «y«|pni fln^rl JIfl, suMtondi-d; crcnllnc n nul'nnre. ied l in. O'urlm Dnn-N U'rl^.. 15, of 24IIJ 1. 'cklr*^ drlvlne. fined fl'fl. .1,,. M Wnljnn. IVJ8 NO" 1 York, rei-k- Ir-- (li-lvljic. fined .'I'D: ilrlvliin "-hllc un- ^pcedloc. l l n c i l K.'.l: faj; ,f-\v:iy. f l n ^ d 120; ruonlnc l l B h l . fined HTI. I Hor". lrT«, vfl^mncy hy h*v- i vhP'le rn*ftns "f mip;"r, fined *lfl. ·li Crppirj'. 22B B. vpijmncy b y ; no visible me«n« of «U[p,in. fln«1 ! , ! driving w i l h o u t a license. Lawton Man Faces Deer Meat Charge Economist Sets Workshop Here M A U U M N A ORA.VDPA ANAHEIM. Calif. (UPD-- Pulitzer Prize-winning carloonist Bill Mauldin. creaior of the GI team of Willie and Joe during World War II. became a grandfather Wednesday w i t h (he birth of Michelle Mauldin. The 7-po'jnd, 10'i-ounce cirl Mips Lucille Clark, associate extension economist, will be in Law- Ion Aug. 30 lo conduct a c o u n t y , , ,, , , workshop. .Mrs Clara Kellev I w a s born to 18-year-old Juriy home demonstration agent, a n - M a u l d i n , W l f c of lhe cartoonist's nouncpcl loday. To begin at 9;30 a.m. in the fair b u i l d i n g , Miss Oark, whose specialty is house and home equip- son. Bruce, child. 19. It was their firs' r-ri On. TEST BAN Continued From One I · ihn i n f i u n n r n of iniotkunn. fined J2ii; i scheduled for arraignment Friday on a charge of u n l a w f u l possession of deer meat, Ihe counly attorney's office reported loday, Accused in the Special Sessions court complaint which was filed Wednesday alternoon is Elba Frye n ( 1 iJr., 2-!, of 507 S. 26th. G a m e P«mEer 0. B. Hamblin said Frye is charged under a stale Mm? s t a t u t e which makes it un- l a w f u l 10 possess meat from a Hnme a n i m a l killed out of season. He said Ihe charge resulted from opmcnl of peaceful uses of a l o m i c | a n investigation which began af- Ior 5 v - ler the head and other parts of Lihby was one of two former a i rcs h]y killed deer were found AEC members scheduled as w i l - ; j rl ,, c | 0 jh bag in a hunting urea nesses loclny al hearings by t h e ; north of Lawlon. Sonnle Foreign Relations Commit- j H a m b l i n said [rom n fresh- ec. The other is Lewis L. Strauss i ] y killed deer was found in n vho headed the AEC from 1S53 lo i refrigerator at the suspect's home. TiS. j . . . Liljhy. whn left Iho AEC June ! "}. ]3;i9, wncl its gnnernl nrfvisory j committee in August, 1D52. said ; 10 had no real opinion on w h e t h e r j IP S^ivinis may bo ahejirl of i h e ; uileri Slides in development of j m a n t i m i s s i l e sysiom because nf j Irick of cun'ent information on Ihe i A 24-year-old Lawlon man w n s l m e n l , will discuss Iwlhroom planning and household storage. Mrs. Kelley said ihe workshop would be the county Home Demonstration club lesson for September, and urged all interested homemakers lo attend. · OFFICE SUPPLIES · OFFICE FURNITURE D«ks - Choin - File* McCord's 517 C Avenn* Dial El 5-20T9 F R I E D C H I C K E N 2 Ibi $1.25 Sidney'i Dairy Crcamt tnd · B«n CL 3-3025 Uth 4 B EX 3-1M WHEN YOU NEED A LOAN TO BUY, BUILD OR REFINANCE A HOME Visit your locally owned, federally approved lending institution in Lawton. We give prompt, direct service on 30 to 35 year FHA loans and No Money Down VA Mortgages. You will like our competitive interest rates, low closing costs and fast friendly service on all home financing. · 5y,% F H A o n d VA · 5% Select- Conventional Loans · Home Improvement Loam to $10,000.00 20 Yean to Pay. AUST MORTGAGE INVESTMENT CO., INC. 405 South Fifth Street Phone Elgin 7-3320 nual public sale of art works by on Sept. 1. The unidentified ariists, including the wo shown here examining some of ihe paintings, will place about 700 works on sale. They are in all media--oils, water colors, pen and ink and charcoal. Prices range from S2 to $100 and each convict receives all the money from his work. His main worry in relation lo : i h e Irciity. he sairl. is the pro- j gross 'he Soviets may have j made in Iho explosion of h i g h : megaton bombs during their mor- | aiorium-breaking lest series in ; 3?C1 and 1062, \ "f have he*?n deeply impressed : by thr power of Inrj" nuclear ex- r i plosions and conrrprned lest we | f a l l behind in this iireii," he wild. ] "/CORN-OFF! for CORNS and C A L L O U S E S Beauty on a Budget Raulstons Interviewers Give Program At City BPW Club Meeting Pai McBride and Marc Crawford, student interviewers at the Lawlon Youih Employment Service, presented tho program \Ved- panmeni denouncing the "reprcs- ; proclamation Wednesday designat- i nesday at a meeting of the Lawlon . I c c i i o / - ! FAC C"li"\r ; ""UCU ' Uf \ _ l i y : n __i. Cf.,.-. VX/nrL- , tVeSr JlOp YYOrK. Mayor U'avne Gilley issued a sive measures against the Viema- ^ mcse Suddhisl leaders," The State Department charged EHem had violated a promise 10 seek a a reco.icilia.uori wiih the Buddhists. Labor Day weekend as 'Operation P.esi Slop" in honor oi Lawio.i Jaycee project. The project, which wil: be con- Business and Professional Wom en's dub. Miss McBride Rave a humorous reading entitled "I Want to be an Actress." Crawford spoke on ducted from 6 p.m. Friday. Aug. I "Teen-age Problem of Uncmploy- ' menl in Relation to Their School- r n n \ ; i r f i n n 30 - unlil 6 Pm - Monday, Sept. 2. is I L U f l Y I L I I U l l conducted yearly by the Jaycees in i i Is Appealed Again make travelers "stop IIa resl - Sexion. Virginia Kidson and Ann Conducted from rwo trailers lo i Brown. Mrs. Lodell Goochey, pres- OICLAHOMA CITY (API -- Still : be located - -d south! idem, presided, insisting he wants to die, James · of L« W , O ., D. French, was assured loday of a review of his second dcai'n sen- coffee an. tencc ioT slaying a McrAlesier pcji- '. charge to motorisis 'entering Itentiary inmate. leaving Lawton. The murder conviction and; The proclamation slates, in part, death sentence ol the 26-year-old ; that "whereas ihe Lawton Junior ' of i County Home Demonstration or idub Members Plan Meeting County Home Demonstration club mernbers will hold committee convict have been appealed to the j Chamber of Commerce is this year meetings at 9:15 Sept. 4 in the state Coitrl of Criminal Appeals-: again sponsoring, fbiacdng and ! counly fair building to plan a pro- dcspitc .Trench's protests. | staffing two rest stops to serve : gram" for the coming year, Mrs, The state court ordered a new ^-- -- r r _ _ --i j--1_^..._ ._ ..n ' /^, . , r _ , , _ _ _ ,-- j _ ---- ._._·_.. trial for him last Dec. 19, even though French wrote jud;es asking them not lo interfere wicn his electrocution. French was firs: convicted in Iree coffee and doughnuts to all \ Clara Kelley. home demonstration motorists enlerin; and leaving j agent, announced loday. Lawion, Oklahoma, during ihe La- i Meetinf: will be safely, civil de- bor Day weekend, and rendering j fense, health, foods 'and nutrition, this sen-ice for a conlinuous pe- j citizenship, home manaKement. riod durinR the obseiva-ice . . . j family life and clothing commit- Pitlsburs County District Court j "I, Wayne Gilley. Mayor of the j tees. "Mrs. Kelley said the year- Jor slaying his cellmate, Sddie j City of La«ion, do hereby pro- ' ' ' Shelton, Oct. 27, 1661. the Labor Day Weekend . The lirst conviction was revc.-s- [ as "Operation Rest Stop." and ed by the appeals court because I ur?e that everyone support the the jury saw French handcuL r ed j Junior Chamber ol Commerce jn and bound with a leather belt, · this ellort . . ." book committee would meet at a later date. In charge of Ihe session wjlj be Mrs. E. .M, Carter, president ol the home demonstration club council. REG. *69.95 BUY! MATCHING PATIO BAR C Q F f WITH PURCHASE r H C E. 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