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in (Okla.) News-Star, Thursday, Sept. 7, 1961 OBITUARY Vasquez rites set for Friday OBITUARY Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Gaskill Chapel for Ernest Vasquez, 68, who died Monday evening in a local hospital. Beryl Schavey, Jehovah's Witness minister, and Rev. W.

F. Crow, pastor of the Wallace Avenue Baptist Church, will conduct the services, and burial will be in Mission Cemetery. Mr. Vasquez was born Dec. 22, 1894, in San Angelo, Texas, and had lived in Shawnee for the past 24 years.

He was a member of Jehovah's Witness Church, and was a retired cook. His wife, Mrs. Anna Maria Vasquez, in 1956. He is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Pauline Enochs of Leavenworth, four brothers, Maurice Vasquez of Texas, Sam Vasquez of Sacramento, Jimmy Vasquez Oklahoma City, and Steve Vasquez; a sister, Mrs.

Irene Ontivero of 306 S. Lincoln; two grandchildren, Frances Young and Edward Eugene Young of 114 S. McKinley. Bearers will be Russell Lewis, De Wayne Lewis, Neal Jones, Frankie Guerrero, Edd Enochs and Lawrence Enochs. Hargrave rites to be Friday Services of 235 S.

McKinley, are for George Lee Harset for 4 p.m. Friday in the Gaskill Chapel, with Rev. Hoyt DeArmond, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery for Mr. Hargrave, who died Tuesday morning in an Oklahoma City hospital.

Mr. Hargrave was born in Madill, Nov. 10, 1913, and had lived in Shawnee most of his life. He was a fruit dealer here. Survivors include his widow, Mrs.

Juanita Hargrave of the home; four children, Michael Lee Beverly Freuck and Mike Freuck, Hargrave, Jimmie Lee Williams, all of the home: his father, George C. Hargrave of 121 S. Harrison: his mother, Mrs. Pearl Norris of Tornillo, Texas; a sister, Mrs. W.

J. Cantrell of 119 S. Harrison; a brother, Wilburn Hargrave of 506 N. Louisa; two daughters-inlaw, Mrs. Dee Williams of 218 S.

Dixon and Mrs. Carol Hargrave of 239 S. Draper, and three grandsons, Ronnie, Donnie and David Williams of 218 S. Dixon. Graveside services set for infant Graveside services will be held at 10 a.m.

Friday for Naomi Sherrill Burrows, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Burrows of 1310-A E. Wallace. Rev.

Hoyt Temple Baptist DeArmond. Church, will conpastor of duct the graveside services at Fairview Cemetery. The baby was, born Sept. in a local hospital and died at birth. Her father has lived in Shawnee all his life, and is employed by the Sullivan Wholesale Company.

The baby's mother has lived here most of her life. Survivors, besides the baby's parents, include two sisters, Laura and Leota Burrows of the home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Burrows of Shawnee and Mr. and U.

B. Bratton of LaPuente, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Bratton of Hollis and Mr.

and Mrs. I. E. Freeman of Mansfield. Ark.

Gaskill's Funeral Chapel is in charge of arrangements. Former resident dies in California Word reached Shawnee last week of the death in California of a longtime local resident, Harvey R. Lowe, 59, who died Aug. 30 at his home in San Jose of a heart attack. Services were held Sept.

2 in San Jose, and burial was in Santa Cruz, Calif. Masonic rites were performed. Mr. Lowe was born March 28. 1902, and was raised here, and for many years had his offices as an accountant in the Masonic building.

He moved to Denver, about 10 years ago, and in 1960 made his home in San Jose for his health. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Louise Lowe of the home in San Jose: four daughters, Frank Gill of 802 N. Park, Mrs. Pauline Hannifan of 500 N.

Dorothy, Mrs. James S. Wilson of Midwest City and Mrs. Marcelle Cobb of Minden, and three sisters, Mrs. V.

T. Walden of McKinley, Mrs. N. W. McManis of Fort Madison, Iowa, and Mrs.

Bessie Topeka, Kans. Sherman L. Everett dies; rites pend Sherman L. Everett, 59, Wanette, died Wednesday morning at his Route 2. Wanette home.

Mr. Everett was a life-long resident of Pottawatomie County. He worked for Magnolia Oil and in Saint Louis for some 17 years until moving to Wanette in 1942. Later, he worked for Vaughn Production at Wanette, and retired in 1959 his health. He was a member of the Cloverdale Church of Christ.

Funeral services are incomplete, pending the arrival of relatives. Survivors include his wife, of the home; two daughters, Mrs. Royce Shannon, Wanette; Mrs. J. E.

Kime, Napa, two sons, Pliney Everett, Wilmington, and Sherman Everett of Shawnee; also nine grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Alta Richards, Ada; Mrs. Mae Mc- Usual and unusual Three kittens for free: Mrs. Mamie Buckley of 210 S. McKinley has three half-siamese cats, two males and one female, to give away.

They are about three months old. ABC Club has football party By BILLIE KERBY PRAGUE The ABC Club of Prague sponsored a "Football Party" on Saturday evening in the American Legion Building, honoring the The football boys and was the pep club. evening spent in dancing by the boys, their dates, and parents. Also in attendance were the coaches and their wives, Mr. and Mrs.

Don Irvin and Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Sherrell. Refreshments of dips, crackers. cookies and cold pop were served to a large crowd.

and Mrs. Glen Kerby, Janice, Glenda and Brian, an spent Mr. and Mrs. David Megill and Labor Day in Tulsa a visiting with family. Danny Dawkins was guest of the McAlester Prison Rodeo on Sunday.

This is the second receiv- time in a few weeks Danny has ed special honor and recognition for the outstanding work he has done as a newspaper carrier. Danny son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L.

Dawkins, Prague. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Russell and family spent the Labor Day weekend in Kellyville with Mrs. Russell's parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Avery Kelly. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Newell and son, Leonard, of El Centro, have been visiting in Prague with their parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Jim Newell and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Buck Coleman. The Newells will also visit in.

Tulsa Ada before returning their home. Prague High School graduating class of 1961 are busy making plans to further their education. Two students, Butch Linville and Karren Barton, attended summer school at Oklahoma University, and will return when classes resume this fall. Starla Roller is attending Shawnee Beauty College, and Dawn Johnson is studying in Shawnee at Shawnee Business School. Attending Oklahoma City University will be Mary Lou Delbridge and Bobby Holland, who received a four year basketball scholarship.

Donna Hall plans to attend Connors College. Those planning to attend Oklahoma State University are, Doyle Fouquet, Stanley Kolar, Coy Farmer and Donny Waiters. Howard Tyler is attending an engineering school in and Albuquerque, Ne Mexico, Loyea Stewart will attend Draughon's School of Business in Tulsa. Eddie Landers will enrol at Central State College, Edmond. Enrolled and already attending class at Murray College are, Don Heinzig, Jimmy Kerby, Melford Lacquement, David Lester, Bill Trammell, and David Greer.

Mr. and Mrs. Gus Redeker spent the Labor Day weekend at Lake Tenkiller. Mr. and Mrs.

W. M. Morrison and Susan have returned from a two week vacation and report that they had an enjoyable time. The Homemakers Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church and their families enjoyed an ice cream social in the City Park on Thursday evening. Those enjoying the fellowship and abundance of homemade ice cream and cake were, the class teacher, Mrs.

Marvin Moore and Mr. Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Good and boys, Rev. and Mrs.

Cecil Flowers and Kaye, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smith and family, Mrs.

Walter Starks, Pam, Kim and Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Vence Mlynek, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Opela and family, Mr.

and Mrs. Cleo Davis family, Mrs. Truman Roller and Bennie, Miss Freda Ferguson, Mrs. Earl Nosalek, Joan Brasel, and Mr. and Mrs.

Dub Mauldin and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lellis Nash, Eddie and Jimmy Gregton, spent the Labor Day holiday with Mr. and Mrs.

W. L. Starks and family. Mrs. Starks and Mrs.

Nash are sisters. Mrs. V. B. Pierce spent several days in Eufaula last week helping care for her mother, Mrs.

Willie Montgomery, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Milligan, Fluvana, have bought the Buck Weston ranch north of Prague. Mr.

and Mrs. Milligan have also bought property west of the City Park and plan to build a new home. Mrs. Martha Heinzig, Mr. Max Brauer and Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Nelson attended funeral services for Mr. Harrison Broyles last week in Gilbert, Arizona. Mr. and Mrs.

Blake Hargrove visited in Eufaula on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hrdlicka. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs.

Larry Hrdlicka, who returned home with the Hargroves, and spent the night, leaving for their home in Oklahoma City on Monday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Hannah of Snyder, Texas, is visiting in Prague with Mr. and Mrs. Alton Milligan.

Cray, Enid and Mrs. Zoe Hill, Tolia, Tex. Watts Funeral Home, Konawa, is in charge of arrangements. Why Not the Best? FRIGIDAIRE COIN-A-MATIC Laundry 928 E. Main Phone BR 3-9734 Grandma Moses will have quiet birthday By JOY MILLER AP Women's Editor HOOSICK FALLS, N.

Y. P- "I have come to see that a hundred-year celebration is enough for anybody," Grandma Moses said. "I would like to spend my 101st birthday the same as my first day, very quiet." America's most beloved painter gets her wish today. Only her family will drop in at the Hoosick Falls health center to help Anna Mary Robertson Moses cut her cake. But in New York City, the Galerie St.

Etienne, which con-! ducted her first showing 1940, will exhibit paintings she has done for a children's book to be published next month. Grand Moses pooh-poohs any fuss: "I I never think about birth. days," she said in a rare interview. "They're for young folks. you know." Nevertheless, there's a feeling of excitement around the nursing home as her room fills with flowers, cards and gifts from friends and admirers.

Since grandma likes to open packages right away, she has known for days about the Heritage Foundation's gift, a diamond and ruby brooch. She has already tried on a purple satin birthday dress and tuned in a transistor radio for news and weather reports. Visitors this week found Grandma Moses in high spirits. She was sitting in a chair by the window, wispy, gray hair pulled back and coiled into a little topknot, blue eyes glinting with amusement behind round goldrimmed glasses. She was wearing her usual black velvet ribbon around her throat and a pink cotton delicate pink; like myself, delicate," she said laughingly.

Grandma Moses still has all her senses intact, especially her sense of humor. Only slightly frail than on her 100th birthday, when she tried to dance a jig with her doctor, she is almost completely recovered from an in May. She can't walk unaided, but says, "I'd like to hop, hop, hop around the room." Since she'd try it, too, she is kept in a cloth harness that passes over her shoulders, around her waist and is fastened to a chair or bed. 16th Bingham family reunion is held Sunday MEEKER- 112 relatives attended the 16th Annual Bingham family reunion which was held in Platt National Park at Sulphur. Most of those attending camped at the park and gathered for weekend activities and the main event of the weekend was the basket dinner on Sunday.

Instrumental and vocal music provided entertainment and pictures and movies were made by those attending with news photographers present to record the event for the various newspapers with groups photographs. The six families and relatives attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Webb Mrs. Joe Cates, Mr.

and Mrs. Bernard Webb and Jerry, Mrs. E. L. Gouker, Carl Earl and Mr.

and Mrs. Cecil Lowe. Sharon, Martha and Emma of Meeker; Mrs. Dellia Cecil and Mr. and Mrs.

Buddy Cecil and Billy Dale. Seminole; Mr. Mrs. Harold Williams, Terry, Gregory, Duane, Crissie and Cherylyn, Tulsa: Mr. and Mrs.

Amos Kinnett, Kermit, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Roberts and Sue Bruner, Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Darlene and Yolanda, Shawnee: Ronnie Wyatt, Devol, Mrs.

Zula Serdik, Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dom, Lawton. Also from Oklahoma City, Mr. and Mrs.

Allen Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Webb, Bill, Trudy and Gloria Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walker, Joe Douglas, McAllen, Charles Atlee, Lovie Darlene, James Ronald, Clifford Ray, Judy Kay, Gladys Gail, Vickie Sharon, Kenneth Leon and Jerry Lott and Mr.

and Mrs. James Webb. Those attending from out-ofstate included, and Mrs. Euel Bruner, Mrs. Bobby Jones and Jerry, Mr.

and Mrs. Jim Cole and Carol, Gerry Kelsey, Mrs. Villois Pyeatt and Mr. George Shahan, Dallas, Mrs. Edna Varner, Bob Johnson, Mr.

and Mrs. Doc E. Johnson and Andrea, Irving, Mr. and Mrs. E.

J. Brooks, Larry and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Brooks, Jimmy and Bob. Mrs.

Frances Ellifrits, Rita, Ann, Candy, Billy and Danita of Fort Worth, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Maxwell, C.

Bobby Joe, and Mr. Lynn, Abilene, and Mrs. E. W. Nicholson, Garland, Mr.

and Mrs. W. J. Bingham, Mrs. Fannie Crocker, Mrs.

Oma Bruner, Mrs. Johnny Doyle, Jackie, Dorothy, Doyle, Johnny, Burkburnett Susie, and Robbie Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Byas, Sonny, Larry and Dick of Bowie, Tex. Exhibits will be entered at the Lincoln County Fair which is to be held September 6-9.

Those of the Meeker school to exhibit livestock are. David Baird, Tommy Emmons, Gene Gilbreth. Darryl Kinnett and Kent Sherrill. The judging contests held on Wednesday 1-5 p.m. has as participants from Meeker, David Baird, Jimmie Clinkenbeard, Gene Gilbreth and Ronald Turner Livestock dairy judging contestants were Eddie Campbell, Ronnie Edmonson.

Darryl Kinnett and Kent Sherrill. 4-H Club members of the Meeker school to participate in the judging on Wednesday at the county fair at Chandler were Danny Rhodes, Jerry Webb, Danny Price, Kenny DuBoise, Johnny Park, Jerry Denney and Carl Gouker. They were accompanied by the 4-H coach, Joe Alexander. The September calendar of school activities shows the scheduled dates as follows: 6-9, Lincoln County Fair at Chandler; 6th at 6:30 p.m. School administrators meeting at Stroud; 7th.

class meeting for election of officers selection of sponsors. The Senior Class will meet with the magazine sales representative on 11th. The first FFA and meetings will be on the 20th. FHA initiation and general faculty meeting on 22nd. FHA installation, Oklahoma State Fair at Oklahoma City, 23-30.

School day is the 29th. Mr Mrs. Cleo Allenbaugh were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Allenbaugh and family in Pawnee on Saturday.

Mr. and Mrs. Amos Kinnett of Kermit, have returned to their home after a vacation spent here visiting relatives. were accompanied by Mr. and They, Bill Kinnett as far as their home in Sentinel and the Texas couple SORRY SEY The INSURANCE Man Phone BRoadway Beard 3-3340 421 Titan test flight ties long-distance record CAPE CANAVERAL.

Fla. (AP The Air Force successfully fired a Titan missile on a mile test flight into the south Atlantic Wednesday tying the this ocean-spanning weapon. previous long distance mark for The success moved the big military rocket nearer, operational status. Within weeks, Air Force troops are to launch a Titan from Vandenberg Air Force Base. to signal its combat-readiness.

Officials reported the 90-toot missile met all objectives in hurling its nose cone into a planned impact area about 1,000 miles south of Ascension Island. The distance, which was covered 200 of the rocket's twice before, by Titans, is just planned operational range. A ship and planes began immediate search for an experiment-laden data capsule that ejected from the nose cone and parachuted into the sea during re-entry. Packed in the 30-inch cylindrical capsule were fruit flies, skin tissues and other living organisms. Scientists want to determine how these speciments are affected by radiation at an a altitude of up to 500 miles.

Officials reported that the main objectives of the launch were to information on propulsion. control, guidance and electrical power systems and performance of the nose cone, primarily during the searing re-entry. When operational, the Titans will be placed in underground launch sites capable of withstanding all but a direct nuclear blast. Subversive group members curbed from scholarships WASHINGTON (AP) The House passed a bill Wednesday to make it a crime for a member of any subversive, group to apply for Science Foundation scholarship. The measure, which now goes to the Senate, is an outgrowth of the case of Edward Yellin, a graduate student at the University of Illinois, federal who was awarded a $3,800 fellowship although he had been convicted of contempt of Congress for refusing to answer questions about communism before a House subcommittee on un-American activities.

The foundation, under pressure from a number of congressmen, revoked the Yellin fellowship. In debate Wednesday Rep. Francis E. Walter, chairman of the un-American activities TANKLESS JOB Demonstrating a soldier aims his sight controller school in Warminster, England. ready to send a Vickers Vigilant the squeeze of a trigger.

Wanette vandals to be disciplined by school officials Deptuy sheriff Glenn Dale Carter was called to Wanette by Superintendent of Schools H. V. Blackwell Wednesday to investigate vandalism near the school there. Three boys confessed to removing a stop sign near the school and lying it on the school lawn, but no criminal charges were preferred pending disciplinary action by school authorities. School authorities are still looking for the person or persons who threw a rock through the window at the school.

Shawnee boy enters not guilty plea Earl D. Harragarra, 18, of general delivery, Shawnee, pleaded not guilty to the charge of assault and battery Wednesday before Justice of the Peace Dave Parsons. Hearing was set for 10 a.m. Sept. 13, and Harragarra IS in jail, failing to make $100 bond set by Parsons.

The complaint was filed by Regina Pappan after an incident Aug. 30. Hearing (Continued from page one) Charities and Corrections. and James Overfelt, superintendent of institutional units for the Welfare Department, said they found "no evidence of laxity on the part of the superintendent, Mrs. Lodiska Cowan, or the matron on duty at the time of the tragedy." Rader and Cook did, however.

make it clear they will recommend to Gov. Edmondson, the public welfare commission and the legislature, a program which would require mental classification of each girl by competent psychiatrists and psychologists at the time of admission to the institution. The girls are being held in the Pottawatomie County jail while authorities determine what to do with them. RICE POLISH The Vitamin and Nutrition- rich inner TO bran layers of the rice. JAMES, A fine flour.

TIFFANY'S JUMPING JACKS, 720 E. Independence Across from Buchanan's "Young America's Finest- Fitting NEWS-STAS Published call except Monday Dy Che Shawnee News Company 215 North Beil Btreet Shawnee, Oxiahoma class postage at Shawnee, homa. Subseription rates to Oklaboma by mail ODe fear $19; ety months $7: three months $3.50 Outride Oklahoma rates on request. SO Police notes A soldier absent without leave since Sept. 1 from Fort Sam Houston, in believed to be enroute to Shawnee.

He is Charles D. Lupton, 21, and is driving a yellow over light green 1957 Chevrolet with 1961 Tennessee license plate, 34-5447. Shawnee police were instructed to be on the lookout for the AWOL soldier. whose description is five feet, sev. en inches tall, 151 pounds, red hair and blue eyes.

W. L. Counts Counts to head Scout program W. L. Counts, manager, has been named chairman of the Pottawatomie County Boy Scouts district for the "together plan," an idea designed to stir enthusiasm for the Scout program among churches, schools, civic clubs, veterans group and businesses.

Volunteer organizers for the "together plan" will meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the Living Center of for their first training sessions. Counts' appointment was made by Ovitt Wells, district Scout chairman. Counts will work with Bob Alcorn, chairman of organization and extension committee. Organizers, who will attend today's program, will be Glendon Wilson.

John Merrill, D. Watson Charles Henry, T. A. Manor, K. R.

Moninger, Harvey Cody, Eugene Hardesty, Kenneth Williams, Barry Segell, Adrian Gregg, Dr. W. E. Bryant, Jack Brown, C. J.

Willis, J. T. Weedman, Hugh Davis, Paul McKinney, Dick Jones, Bob Schley, Bill Sharp, Bill Chaffin, Gary Davis, Dick Smith and Bill Thorn. Clubs represented will be Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis, Exchange and Jaycees. Goulart (Continued trom page one) stitution, which made the presidency only a figurehead.

As president, Goulart's main function will be limited largely to picking the prime minister with the approval of Congress. The prime minister will wield the nation's executive powers. Under the system before President Panio Quadros quit Aug. 25 and plunged the nation into a crisis that for a time threatened civil war, the president exercised major powers. One of Brazil's top political figures, Gov.

Carvalho Pinto of Sao Paulo state, earlier was reported to have been offered the job of prime minister and rejected it. With Goulart safely in Brasilia, the country once again appeared headed back to normal. No radioactivity increase noted in Oklahoma OKLAHOMA CITY (P -Floyd L. Galpin of the state Health Department reported Wednesday that no increase in radioactivity has been recorded in Oklahoma since Russia resumed nuclear weapons testing last week. Galpin, chief of the radiological health program, said a fallout sampler has been going constantly, and is still registering a "normal" radioactivity of .01 miloroentgens per hour.

Galpin added, "if they are testing very low yield weapons, as has been reported, the fallout would have to get pretty high into the stratosphere to reach here. At any rate, it would take at least a week to get here." Dam (Continued from page one) Planning--Pine Creek Reservoir Short Mountain lock and dam $250.000. Reclamation Bureau: Construction Washita Basin project, $1,800,000. a total $960,369,500 for water House, committee okayed resources construction throughout the nation. Parsons levies fines Justice of the Peace Dave Parsons levied fines and court costs on three drivers Wednesday in JP court.

Those fined were Christopher James McCulloch, 710 W. Ford. $16 fine and court costs, failure to stop for red light; Danny Lee Lyon, Norman, $21 fine court costs, speeding at night, and Jimmy William Watson, 1616 N. Center, $16 fine and court costs, failure to stop at a stop sign. Bibles for Indonesia TOKYO -The United Church of Christ in Japan and the Japan Bible Society have announced that they plan to 10,000 Bibles to Christians in Indonesia to relieve a shortage of Scriptures in that country.

Mr. Ed Franklin, manager of the Coca-Cola bottling plant, reported a 750 by 20 tire lost from the tire rack of one of his trucks about three or four miles east of town on US 270 Monday morning. visited in the home of their son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Danny Kinnett in Pampa, enroute to Kermit.

Miss Louise Nicely is a houseguest of Mr and Mrs. S. B. Frazier. She will spend her vacation in the annual visit with relatives here.

Mr. and Mrs. Frazier and her sister, Miss Nicely of Los Angeles, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reavis, Becky and Judy on Monday.

Couples from this area attended the annual Zagrodzky family reunion which was held during the weekend at Wichita, Kan. The ting for the gathering of relatives was the Lassen Hotel. Hostesses were Mrs. Chester Ward of St. John, and Mrs.

Gladys Lomax Odessa, the daughter and granddaughter of Mrs. Frances Zirkel of Gate, who with her sister, Mrs. Clara Clark of Shawnee, were the guests of honor for the occasion. The hotel chef assisted with the smorgasbord served to some 55 persons who were seated at a large shaped table with places of honor given to the two honor. ed sisters and a representative of each family group present.

The table decoration included a centerpiece of yellow mums and upright numeral and lettering, "8th Zagrodzky Reunion" with match books, napkins and other table accessories in the green and yellow. Favors were petite bottles of mock vitamins. Guests were present from Florida, Kansas, Missouri, Texas and Oklahoma. Those from Shawnee were Mrs. Clara Clark, Mrs.

Vollie King, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Clark and Mr.

and Mrs. Roy Ciark; Mr. and Mrs. Oreus Cole and Mr. and Mrs.

Clarence Clark, Seminole and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Clark, Mr. and Mrs. John Clark, Mrs.

Frank Clark and and Mr. Mrs. C. R. Hilton, all of Meeker.

Chicago Negroes make futile effort to enroll children CHICAGO (P) -Negroes a de a futile effort to enroll their children in public schools attended by white pupils Wednesday in a peaceful prelude to a suit to force a remapping of Chicago's school districts. More than 100 Negro youngsters, accompanied by their parents, tried to get transfers. They were turned away on grounds that each school admits only pupils who live within its district. There were no incidents. The Rev.

S. S. Morris, president of the Chicago branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, which sponsored the movement. said the next step would be suit by parents asking "redistricting to achieve the maximum amount of integrated "We have evidence," he said, "that boundaries are manipulated to perpetuate segregated There are no white or Negro schools. as such, in Chicago Some are all white, some all Negro and some mixed.

The student body corresponds with the racial nature of the population in each school's neighborhood. The Chicago Board of Education said that for years each elementary school has functioned in an area in which all homes are within walking distance. A spokesman said transfers were sued only for medical reasonssuch as for attendance at special schools for the crippled. Only 15 or 20 were ere granted in the previous school year, he said. The NAACP urged Negro parto try to shift their youngsters from crowded, all Negro schools to all white schools that had space available.

Shell collecting reached its highest point in the 1850s and 1860s when shell auctions became a common occurrence. committee, said, "this fellow Yelnot one of these frustrated idealists -he was an agent of Walter accused the foundation of a "lax attitude" toward Communists and said his committee has discovered three other members of subversive organizations who have received foundation fellowships. The bill, sponsored by Rep. Overton Brooks, chairman of the House Science Committee, would make it a crime punishable by a $10.000 fine and five vears in jail for a member of any subversive organization to apply for 8 foundation scholarship. The science foundation had said it did not know when it awarded Yellin the fellowship that he had been convicted of contempt.

a guided missile tank killer, at the British Army infantry The launcher is in the rear, rocket winging on its way at Union (Continued from page one) answers to local problems and don't want to lose local problems In settlements at the national level." However, he added, We have not lost track of any important elements gained with what some people in this industry refer to as 'cousins' of GM." This was an obvious reference to American Motors. with which the UAW reached final agreement last week. Reuther had insisted that GM meet the terms AMC agreement exclusive of the "prof. it-sharing" portion. The UAW chief listed the second and third parts of the "threepoint G.M the noneconomic and local plant- level working agreements.

The latter portion includes such things as work loads, supervisors working, and overtime. Although the agreement dramatically averted the scheduled strike of some 305,000 hourly-rated G.M employes across the nation, there were walkouts at at least five locals where official notice of the agreement was not received in time U.S. forces in Europe are 'combat ready' WASHINGTON (AP) Gen. Bruce C. Clarke, commander in chief of the U.S.

Army in Europe said Wednesday his forces are "combat Clarke told the annual meeting of the Association of the U.S. Army that the Army in Europe was taking part in the North lantic Treaty Organization alliance and was acting as good neighbor to NATO allies. "Your United States Army in Europe is ready to fight, and if necessary, to die in the defense of freedom," Clarke said. Similar assurances came from Maj. Gen.

Frank S. Bowen Jr. deputy commander in chief of U.S. naval forces in the eastern Atlantic and Mediterranean, and from spokesmen for the armies of France, Germany and Italy. Clarke said that none of the U.S.

troops stationed in Europe has applied for a transfer because of the Berlin crisis. He added jokingly that the morale of soldiers gets better the farther they are from the Pentagon. Clarke praised the effectiveness of the NATO training exercises and said that if he were a Soviet leader he would be "more than a little upset" by their efficiency and smoothness. He added that the average American soldier and members of his family were "born salesmen for country abroad" and were doing OUT, fine job as unofficial ambassadors. Bowen said the native forces throughout the Middle East generally appear capable of preservinternal security and providing some measure of defense against aggression from neighboring countries.

New headquarters WHEATON, Ill. (A) Construetion of a new headquarters building for the National Association of Evangelicals will begin this fall. The building will be located in Wheaton, site of the headquarters, for the Protestant cooperative association for the past seven years. A two-acre site on North Main St. has been ac quired for the new structure.

First successful use of a pal a chute in a descent from a moving airplane was made by Capt. Albert Berry at St. Louis, Mo. 1912. FRIGIDAIRE AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING Oklahoma Electrical Supply Co.

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