The Lawton Constitution from Lawton, Oklahoma on August 26, 1963 · Page 9
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THE LAWTON CONSTITUTION, Monday, August 26, 1963 ^^£^^^3^£$%t;$ ^^S'^^^i^^i^^^ Foreign Teachers To Attend OU NORMAN (UPI1 -- Twenty-four hifih school-Icaehcrs.Irani six lor- eip;n lands will audit courses nt the University jJ Oklahoma this .'all, trying to learn more about Liie American educational system. The teachers also will take part in special seminars arranged by Dr. Lloyd P. Williams, OU associate processor of education and academic director o[ the program, The visits, similar to those lak- ei7 by lovcign teachers al OU last year, are part or the International Teacher Development Program sponsored by the U. S. Oflice of Education. Patrol Now In All But Three Counties OKLAHOMA CITY CTJPI) -The Highway Patrol.now has units in all but three Oklahoma counties and will place additional units' as soon as manpower and equipment j permit.' Stale Safety Commissioner Sob Lester said most recently added units have been in Slilwell, Cheyenne, Hollis and Hominy. Each is /nanned by one trooper, Counties scheduled for new units arc Coal, Pushmataha and Johnslon, Lesler said the patrol hopes lo pive Ihe stale "the complex coverage necessary lo reduce accidents in all areas, and to do so as soon 'as possible." NOW YOU KNOW By-United- Press International The unusually pure gold mined i n 1 Guinea on the West African coast gave English coins th* name "guineas," according to the National Geokraphic " zine. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC Applicallon.s arc now being accepted lor admission lo the-- McMAHON-TOMLINSON NURSING CENTER ,1126 Arlington Ai'c., Laivlon, Ok[.i. The tenl'er will render tnlnl n u r s i n g care lor pnUcnls with cnrdiac, liemoplcpic, nrlhrific and olncr long term debilitatlnjr diseases at modern te rates. For further in/orrnnlion while or visit Hie'center at the above address or phone EL 7-.T.HO or EL S-8G2D. MURPHY COLE, Administrator "JUNK MAIL" POOCH GREETS POSTMAN. Mike Conn, a highly illiterate cocker spaniel, greets his postman to receive his daily assortment of "junk mail." Mike fell victim to mailing list maniacs who sent him over 30 personally addressed parcels in the last two weeks when his masters, Ellis Conn family of Hampton, Va., used his name to order dubious "free gifts." (AP Wirephoto) DON'T BE FOOLISH! If you have seat belts, use them! They can «nd eto sav« lives ovory d«yl So. tvery time you drlvo. uio your sin bolts and .., BUCKLE UP FOR SAFETY! Published lo save lives in co-osorj. :ion wild Tho Advertisinj Council ind i he Natonel Safely Council. Methodists Meet To Discuss Plans For Integration CHICAGO fVPI^ -- McihoHist leaders opened a five-day confer- once today lo find ways ol intc- frrarins while and Necro u n i t s of The church lo keep in step with the waving Christian drive apainst racial discriminalion. About l.(MX) ministers and laymen, including whiles from the Southeastern juris'rtictional u n i t , were on hand for Ihe second Meth- Today In Washington Non-Communist Increase Trade With Red Cuba WASHINGTON (AP) -- In ihe news from Washington: CUT CR1TJCS: Gen. Lucius D. Clay has joined administration look no pan in Hie campaign. fort-es in c-riticixin? the S5S5 mil- Japan l?d ihe way, supplanting ' have Ihp Uniird Stales as the largest; non-Communist leader uilh Cuba. I Japanese trade increased from! SS6.1 million in 1961 to M6.4 mil.: lion last year. Olhers showing a n ; increase were Morocco, ihe Unit-1 , ed Arab - Republic, f u u r i s i a-, I . Greece. Sweden. Finland. Nor-' way, Uruguay and Bra'^il : BUYERS: A census bureau sur-! vey points 10 an upsurge in con; stimer buying in ihe noxi few i m o n i h s and a resultant lid to Ihe j ! eeonomv. ,. , . , : The sur\'ev. taken in mid-July, oriist conference on human re-la-, ^^ ^ ^ ^ cm of ^ X central item on the agenda ' I^i" i"'TM! J" 2* Central (Nccro) jurisdiction iviih its fh'e other jurisdictions." But rwlicinnnts will also discuss and try 10 formulaic machinery for meeiins racially related community problems. This conference, like the lirst One hold in Dallas, Tex, four years aqo, will not be legislative. Its findings, however, are expected to have considerable influence on proposals placed before the church's quadrennial fronoral conference next yoar. Appeals were made at the Dallas meeting for action to find solutions 10 school descfrrcKation, ·for discovery 'of the "new meaning for brotherhood" and lor support of open occupancy .measures in housinc ,ind equal employment opportunities. The Rev. Martin Luther Kins'. Jr.. head of Ihe Southern Chris- · By United Press Intcnmtioniil tian Leadership Conference a n d ; A policeman was' injured when one of the major sponsors of next : five Ncfrrn and while officers Wednesday's mnrch on Washing-, scuffled today at a mobile class- ton, will address the Methodists · room on Chicago South Side, the ol the past four years--and 5.2 : per con! plan to bus- a new or a used hojse--the highest porcent- CRLVE: FBI ,'iffUi-ps l-plefispd . ioday show crime in the nation , for the lirst six months o( the : year was 9 per cent higher than ; . In the first half of 1962. i There was a 13 per cent increase in larceny ol $50 and over a 9 per cent rise in auto thcfl. and increases of S and 1 per cent in burslary and robbery, respectively. Policeman Injured In Chicago Mobile Classroom Scuffle Tuesday. Parole Board Three Murderers j scene of numerous racial demon- j stralions and arrests during the ' er, was injured when he and two other while policemen ' scuUled with two off-duty Negro officet's. .Doyle was treated al a hospital McALESTZR (API-Three con- antl reloas «!- . , . victed murderers S o before t h e ! The scutflin K -si. a r t ed when [ state Pardon and Pcirole' 'Board j Plainclothes. ollicers ordered' the ! two Nepro oaicers Ji'om the area, j the scene' of past demonsnrations Sullivan polled 1.12,000 voles in ihe first pi-imao'- Johnson, ·IT. a llalliesburc a'- lorncy, is making his fourih nice 1 for covernor. He vas dofeatrxl in (1947. 1951, and 19,»5. He won iho lieuienanl governor's spot four years HRO. : Coleman, 49. also a lawyer, de- · feaied Johnson in Ihe :955 /-unoff. Me has been in the S I H I P j House of Representatives since' stepping down as sovcrnor. \ i Coleman has never lost an election, but only two governors in re: | cent years have successfully made I a comeback. . ; Johnson had a 32.000 vole Ir.id j I in the first primary, He also icd 11 Coleman in the first primary eifjhi | years ago but Coleman c n p i u r c d ( | the nomination in the rtmoCf. -VKW ASSISTANT. RCA-. Donald Brooks, above, .|IB bfen namt-d Hsskmnl pnsior al Si. EHrhsni Catholic church, 2Sth and Lincoln. A nativr «f Txilsa. Rev, JBnxiks twik Iheolo^cal .-tiidles »( St. Thonins Semlnnrj-, Denver «nd received ihe Shcramenl ol Holy Order* In 1..161. He hn* served at Si. P»rrick church, Oklahoma Cit^ 1 , for i-vvo years. Ripley School Term Delayed By Meningitis Deafn Case RIPLEY (API--Start of the fall ! term al Riploy grade school and j high school has been postponed a j week--until Sepl. 2. Supt. Bob Brandeberry said it was a precautionary measure because of the death of 13-year-old Linda Rose Twosuns last Tuesday I of meningitis. | today. They arc Ernest Jiclds. 52. Ttil- sa. ^vhose original death sonience in the .1931 Icidnap-siaying of Val Dale Hoyslen was .commuted ... life imprisonment; \V. A. Eoling. j sc g''e" anon 79. who has served live years in | a 1958 Carter County slaying and! .Dclbcrt Randal] Cornell, 33, con-! victcd in a IMS . Gfady County ; ' " ' by civil riphts . groups protesting I installation of mobile classrooms j which, they charge/ loster 'school | The : loard Sunday approved paroles for 'two prisoners, Marvin Pnppan, 32, convicled a year ago ol forgery in Kay County and Don Quinn. 30, imprisoned in 3951 from Cherokee County for obtaining money under false pretenses in a cattle morlKa^inp case. A medical leave was recommended for Isaac \YiUiams Jr., scrvinc 20 ycnrs from Tulsa for burglary.' . ,.' You Don't Hove to Buy Siding and Roofing from Out of Town People! EUGENE L. BOWMAN CO. EL S-S22* STREET SALE BOYS For rort Sill Routes Junior Hi Preferred APPLY CIRCULATION DEPARTMENT LAWTON CONSTITUTION- PRESS 3rd and A See Us For,, '"'^ HOVE /^,4buildina materials REMODEL · REPAIR · ADD-A-ROOM · PAINT · RE-ROOF. · DECORATE - FREE ESTIMATES -- Uu tc P»T Allen's Home Lumber Co. 102 E Street Dial EL5-1933 If you have a good job you have CREDIT at CITY NATIONAL , - I B A N K the BANK IN-TOWN '·'· . · save -when you-borrow '..·'. .. . ' · . ' - . . , ' ' no need to be a checking customer..to borrow; here. 4th and t Streets . ,j..' .. : . Lawton;.Oklahoma Mississippi Candidates Dislike Administration i JACKSON 7 . Miss., (AP) -- Mis-1 mated -115.000 persons will vole.' sissippi voters choose Tuesday be-' Gov. Rnss Bfmieti. who tried lo · I I ween two Democratic pubenia-: block Ihe admission of James ).'. I lorial candidates, each of whom ! Meredith, a Negro, 10 the all-while | accuses the other of playing fool- University of Mississippi, is not sie with ihe halional Democratic eli°ii)lH 10 sii?k re-election. He administration. Former Gov. J. P. Coleman and · Johnson, like Barneti, is u n d e r : Ll. Gov. Paul Johnson each pro- fftii'i-al contempt chaws for his ^ised thai, if elected, they would ! P a; ' 1 i n helping i h e governor in lion slash in Prcsideni Kennedy's do ajl i n !)teir power 10 mainlain ) trying lo^keec Meredith out of Olp foreign aid aulhorixarion bill v'ot-1 segregation. The winner of i h o ; Miss. Johnson claims he inhaled : ed last \vpok by ihe "Mouse. j Democratic nomination must, fmv . Ll ' ar K-" 15 during the riol on llie "The drastic cut," Slay said i n i l h e Republican nominee. R u b e l : campus lasi Sept. 30. s t a i f m e n l , "could badly d a m - ; Phillips, a former Demorrai. i n ' Colt-man lold voters Johnson i ace ihr U.S. notion and free l n ? Nov. 5 cenei-al election. p h i l - i s n w k hands wilh '.he man who ! world security if allowed to 1PS. too, is a stales richler and ! K* v e ihe order 10 [ire ihe qas-- j s t a n d " " ! s sesresaiionisi. Also in the sen-! k'- 5 - Chief Marshal John P. Me- | [ CUBAN TRADE: Ten of 26 n o n ] " a [ fec " on j ' independent Ed .- Shan* He showed his audiences jCommunis, countries increased j Blsllo P- ; a picture of Johnson and .M^hane i their irade with Cuba lasi year The primary polls will opon a t , Johnsori -h'h'i H ! despite a U.S. campaign to i.«o-i 7 a.m. and close at 6 p.m. Only i w h i h , ' -.,'..L .JJ lalp the Castro ro^me. 117 of the slat?* 1.890 precinct's : cocked fi«rbefoi-c"/« voiinsjnachinc*. .An estj-j i lie5 . Coleman said ihe picture' showed Johnson roarhinj; , inio his breast pocket for a pi'oc- ' lamalion. j Coleman said stale a u t h o r i t i e s j should have retained control o f ; j Meredith, who jraduaied from i Ihe univpi-siiy lasi Sunday. He j charged .Meredith's admission l o ' the university \\-as bunded, i n v i i . ' | ins federal invasion. In ihe charges and courier- charges in connection with Ihe u n i - i | vcrsity dMesrcSalior, slalc issues have been viriually ignored. Cliarles Sullivan, a Clarksdalc adorncy wlio ran ihiixl in the first | primary Aup. fi, has thrown h i ? ' support to Coleman on Colcnian's pledge lo disavow Ihe EARLY BIRD FOOD SPECIALS AT HERB'S RED BUD FOOD CENTERS! Prices Effective Mon.-Tues.-Wed., Aug. 26-27-28 Lean and Meaty PORK STEAK ° 001. White Thompson Seedless GRAPES 1 Supreme Cookies Fudge Sandwich Lb. 1 Supreme Variety Creme i%-u,. Comet Cleanser 2 S Blue Cheer Giant Pink Dreft Coniains Bleach Oxydol Giant 5c Off! Spic Span Regular 7c Off! Tide Reddi-Pak Giant 5c Off !-- With Cannon Face Cloth Breeze R^. 10c Off Rinso Blue G\^ Vim Tablets ?k g . Condensed All Palmolive3SS29c2SS l 39c 49c 29c 78c 34c 80c 23c 78c 29c 69c 7lc 79c 29c Cashmere Bouquet 2 I*TM 29c 3 B£ 29c Beauty Bar Vel s?i' i£4lc. A FEW OF THE M A N Y , M A N Y DISCOUNT PRICES A( UTDR'C K " (l Blld Vmir rlCI\D i3 Center's Rusty Brand Dog Food 7 Fa o n r s Highly Unsaturated /^N · o Lb. OriSCO J Can Swift's Vienna Sausage 5 ?TM Swift's Prem Luncheon Meat l cS' Breakfast Delight Coffee Lb. Peter Pan \_xCjtSUp Z. Bottles Zes:ee Salad Dressing ? ar ; Maxwell House Coffee ^ci Everybody's Favorite k A \ \ * Half Mellonne Gauon Delicious Ice Cream SSn Reg. 25c Pkg. Ice Cream Cones or Cups 2 For 49c 70c 95c 39c 49c 29c 29c 6 l c 49c 69c 25c You Now Have Four Big HERB'S RED BUD Food Centers , . .'-:.To:"Serve-Y6u Sheridan and Gaelic Road : Cache Road and 11th Street 13th and Lee Boulevard Coche Rood Square:

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