Henryetta Daily Free-Lance from Henryetta, Oklahoma on July 28, 1957 · 1
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VV'7' v "''' LMWAN 1 ra 'Sana a La VTirJ waira'ist -. '- -. '. f ' : ' . - rrv (y-rr - , r-. ' 1 : ! -w- ! k.pi '-' - i 1 . f - , . SECOND IN A SERIES ON MINISTERS Nazarenes Welcome Their New Preacher Members of the First CRurch of the Nazarene here may not miss their former pastor so much now that the new one Is here. Many who have met Rev. David F. Krick, the new preacher at the Nazarene church say he reminds them of Rev. W..H. Delta. Rev Krick filled the pulpit last Navy Officer, Wife on Leave in Henryetta lieutenant Commander Tom E. Suilck, son of 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Sullck of Henryetta and husband of the former Miss Ann Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. ' Smith of Henryetta . Is presently home on leave from the North Island Naval Air Station at San Diego, California. Commander Sullck enlisted In the . Navy In 1939, competed for and received an appointment to the Naval Academy at Annapolis. Md. He graduated from Annapolis In IMS as an Ensign and then after a tow of duty aboard the USS Spring-field Commander Sullck was assign ed to flight training. - He received hid wings as a Naval Aviator pad has sine been assign' ed duties In Naval Aviation. " . Comnrander-aod Mrs.' NuHstoeo d -family expect to leave Henryetta Monday to return to their home in Coronado, California. Former Smellerman Trains in Service Sgt. Dearel T. Stephens, whose wife. Norma, and parents.. Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Stephens, live on Route 2, Henryetta, recently was graduated from the welder-blacksmith course at The Ordnance School, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md. The eighth-week course trained Sergeant Stephens in blacksmith-ing and to use oxyacetylene and arc welding equipment for repairing armor plate and automotiye and other, equipment. Stephens, a 1B54 graduate of Henryetta High School, was employed by Esgle Pitcher Smelter In civilian life. J Legislator Raps 'Phony' Fillers WASHINGTON. July 27'VP-Rep. John A. Blatnlk fD-MInn.) said today smokers worried about lung cancer are "wasting their money" buying fllter-Up dgarets. He said a congressional inquiry has "exposed filter, dgarets as being completely phoney." He urged the rigarrtte industry to go to work to produce a "reasonably safe dgarrtte by combining ' a proper blend of tobacco with a really effective filter. Blatnlk b chairman of a House Government Operations subcommittee which Fridsy completed a two week publle hearing into advertising claims made for filter cigarettes. The subcommittee will inquire next Into false and misleading advertising of "reducing pllb. It will resume hearings in about 10 days. Blatnlk said the dgarrtte inquire showed smokers are getting "as much or more tar and nicotine" from the fil tar-tipped cigarettes now on the market as from the regular-size, plain-tipped variety. But he said smokers .are paring dose to 200 million dollars a year extra for filter-tips. The subcommittee entered a conflicting testimony on whether cigarette tar contributes to lung cancer and nicotine to heart disease. Blatnlk, who began the hearings as a chain-smoker of regular size, plain cigarettes, said he was so Impressed by tetimony linking cigarette molting to lung cancer that he b going to fry to quit smoking altogether. "I have cut my smoking from two packs a day to one, -and I hope to he able to quit entirely," he said la a press statement. , ,-.. pffc-V. J :feT;)-' tnJr. MtV- y v Early Labor Pains Actress Elizabeth Taylor ach-bing with the pain of pregnancy complication Saturday, raiaed her doctor fear of a dangerously premature birth of her expected child. Producer Mike Todd, the actress third husband, said be was spending every moment at the bedside of his beautiful wife, who was rushed to hospital Wednesday night with premature labor pains. The baby is due about Oct. IS. if the pregnancy runs its full course. Sunday and b scheduled to preach again . this Sunday although he to not officially due to take over until next Month. Rev. and Mrs. Krick have two daughters, Nila, a former student at Olivet, who U now working with an appliance corporation and Marilyn. an X-ray technician in Evans ville, Indiana. The latter Is coming to join her parents in November. The genial Nazarene minister made a Urge number of Henryetta acquaintances Tuesday when he attended the noon luncheon of the Ltons club. He readily admits to being a relative of the rain maker Irving Krick and a farmer Campbell! te. "All Kricks who spell their name with a K are related," he said. We're some distant relative of the rainmaker." "And as for CampheUites. ha added, "1 started out as one but found after a while belieb In the-Nazarene church mure nearly fitted my own beliefs than did those in the Christian church." The Nazarene minister and his family come to Henryetta from Bayard Park, Evansville. .t" -j A a 4 . " OC Zoo Officials Promise New Giraffe ' OKLAHOMA CITY. July 27 (UP) Oklahoma City Zoo officials. who have seen first, their female and now male giraffe die, announced today that they definitely will get another id the tall creatures. . Roger, a 14-foot male, died last night of a stomach ache despite surgery for an intestinal block. Two years ago, Roger's girlfriend, Suzie,. died, and a new giraffe, Frieda, look her place. But Frieda was too young for marriage . and. with Roger's death, became widow before she was a bride. Bob Dwjcr, Oklahoma City real estate man and secretary -streas-urer of the Friends of the Zoo, announced today that ' another male giraffe will be bought. However, zookeeper Julian Frazier pointed out the hunting season won't open again in Africa until the first of next year. He added that it might be possible to find one that Las been captured and not Bold. To Name Counsel For Boy Who Tromped Tot DUNCAN, Okla., July 27 UPl Stephens County officers today agreed to. appoint an attorney for a 15-year-old Duncan youth who confessed yesterday that accidentally stomped on a two-year-old girl while trying to maka her laugh. The child died later. The youth, George Thomas Reames, told officers he was jumping Into the sir to make the child, Barbara Frances Smith, laugh while baby fitting. An autopsy, performed in kla-homa City Thursday, showed the child died within Bve minutes to au hour after the accident Wednesday night. County Judge J. W. Marshall yesterday. Marshall will art a date fur a Juvenile delinquent petition hearing on Monday. Sapulpo Goose Dies At Ripe Age of 32 SAPULPA. Okla.. July 27 (UPl Alax, the goose who made fame on his 29th birthday with mention in Ripley's "Believe It or Not" column died last week at the age of 32. McIntosh, Henryetta. Polfeo said Abraham pulled off .... Final resting place for Alex was; the hlghwky to make a left tan. from th Henryrtta hospital, in the yard of his owner, Mrs. When he pulled in front of the Tul-I Jeff Madden has been dlsmlss-E. W. Engles. Isana ear the accident oecured. led from the Henryrtta hospital. Dread Cattle Disease Hits State; Suspicious Case In County A serious outbreak of Ihe dread anthrax, a disease fatal to eattlo, and dangerous for man, was reported Friday in Craig County aad a local veterinarian said he fears at least ona cow has died of It la Okmulgee county. Dr. I. R. Wilcox laid Saturday ha waa called to Okmulgee this week y SILL THARP The Eastern Oklahoma' Labor Day Celebration will begin officially Sunday night, September L at denominational religion service sponsored by the Honryetta Ministerial Alliance. Principal speaker for the gram will be Rev. R. J. Williams, "The Singing Pastor" from Ohlabn-ma City. Ben Terry, chairman of Jh labor day committee has assured the ministers measures win be taken to keep the carnival coneesaloasl U1 n PRICE TEN CENTS Buck Perry New Hine Inspector; Named By Gary Buck Perry,. Dewar, . tong-time miner and union official, has been appointed by Governor Raymond Cary to fill the office of Deputy Mine Inspector for District No. 2 left Vacant by Uis death of Joe Johnson. Pfrr. who Is president of United Mine Workers of America, Leeal kutil. and vice-president of the Han-ryrtta Coal Research Foundation, publicly thanked "all my friends who wrote letters of recommendation to the Governor and Interceded In m-behalf. The new Rite Inspector started working in the mines at the age of 17 In MrCurtata, Haskell County. Hr has devoted Ms Uh te the betterment of mining conditions and holds numerous certificate testily Ing to his qualifications as a safety export . . Counties under Perry's Jurisdiction will be Wagoner, Tulsa, R beers Mayes, Craig. Cherokee, Muskogee, Adair, Payne, Kingfisher, McIntosh, Okfuskee. Creek, Lincola, Rlalnc, Dewey, Roger MiHi, Logan, Nowata, Washington. Osage, Pawnee, Noble. Kay. Garfield. Grant Alfalfa, Woods, Woodward, Harper, Beaver, Texas, CtmarTou, Major and Ellis. Perry lx married and has a son, Tony, and a daughter, JewaO. "You can be sura I will cunttnue to work hard to promote the coal Industry," he ssld Sftttrday." I, r , d Tulsa Boys May Gel To Fire Their Rocket ALAMOGORDO, N. M. (UPI-Two Tulsa, (Mia., high school boys apparently will be permitted to fire their home-made rocket from the famous White Sands Proving Grounds . missile, center near here next week. The boyf. Gifford Ramsey and Bradley Glover, both IT, met with officials at Holloman Air Development Center Friday. They were told the actual firing probably would hr bandied by Air Force personnel. , . The aluminum rocket la the result of more than three years work by the boys at their borne in Broken .Arrow, Okla., a Tulsa suburb. It.' la designed to climb two and a half miles and la 12 feet long. Glover said the rocket was expected to arrive here by truck this weekend at the home of an aunt where the boys are visiting. LL Col. J. W. McCurdy, public Information officer at the base, aid the rocket would be launched late next week. The boys attended the American Rocket Society meeting here and talked with Heinrich Wlegand, a former German scientist renowned for hla development of the World War II y-1 and V-2 Naxl rackets. Wlegand 'now is an employe at the missile testing center here. Last week, doubt' was expressed whether Army regulations would permit private firings on the government tange. Cars Damaged In Collision Here Cars belonging to a Tulsan and Henryettan were damagsd in an accident at tha intersection of Gum and Highway FridajT afternoon but neither of- the driven waa Injured, police here reported. Albert fllto, Jr., Tulsa, waa dri ring north on the highway in a 1IU Oldimobils when he codidad wtth a 19SS Chevrolet driven by Abraham to chock o a cow that dfed and hla examinattot Indicated anthrax had killed tt. He said, however, lab technicians at Oklahoma- auto University did art confirm his findings. Wilcox said tha diaaast wort so quickly, a cow might appear won at milking time aad ha dead th aext aaonlag. quirt during the sonrfc. t Vest event on the labor day celebration calendar la the huge parade down Mam Street to begla at 11:99 a.m. sharp Monday, September ted at 12th and Mata.. The bulk of the floats In the par-will bo furnished hr labor aa-but there vR also bo floats a religious theme and many; decorated cars. In the parade also wOl be decorated bicycles, horses, buggies.' scouts, color guard, sad The Mlalttoital Athanrr has urg And re shall know the TRUTH, and the TRUTH ftjBSSPvTi Trains for Combat ARMY PVT. Leroy McDermott, 22,: sen of Mr. SalUo McDermott, Haute 2. Henryetta, Is re-; relying eight weeks of basic combat training with Ike 1st 1-. fanfry Division it Fort Riley, Kate McDermott was gradual-.ed Atom Chltncco Indian Hlgk Scheolj thi year. , , Rev. Snyder Led - v.i.: .A lWlme in the ministry cate to a cfolf fspently with the destl f Rev. Claud Snyder urho. was buried Frjday In Westlawn cemetery following services la the Assembly of God church. . , He waa born September 13. 1902 at Tuekerman, Arkansas, and moved with his family to Oklahoma at the age of four. He was brrnsed to preach in the Baptist church at the age of IS and took hla plare In the pulpit near Dustin. Rev. Snyder- became afillated with the Assembly of God church in 1922 and pastored various rhurriiea in Arkanaas, Oklahoma, Missouri. Iowa and California, lie helped build two rhurche In California and was In the. process of building Uie third in Chico. California at the time of his death July 20th. Rev. -Snyder was prerrdrd in death by his first wife. Lily, and was remarried 24 years ago to the . former Bertie Wallis at Wetumka. ' He Is survived by hi wife. Ber-Ue. of the home and the following children: Rev. Jcrrell Snyder. Bushnell, IB., . Mrs. Lahoma Cox, Bettendorf, tows, Mrs. Vera I-ane, Caldwell, New Jersey, and Mrs. Gaudrtts Nelte, Santa Cruz. Calif. Other survivors are his mother and step-father, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Robertson, a brother, Tom Snyder, a sister Mrs. N. H. Rayburn, a half brother, Cody Robertson, all of llm ryrtta; throe half sisters, Valley Berry,-Verneal Berry, both of Has-na. and Edith Upchurch, Oklahoma City; three step sisters,, seven grandchildren. - Pallbearers were S. C. lee, Herman Saunders, Melvin Mascngale, Leonard Tbomss; Julian Thomas, Howard Nuna. Officiating at the servicr' were Rev. W. M. Rumbaugh and Rev. John Grace, both of Oklahoma Gty. Hospitals ADMITTED Joyce Garner was admitted to the Henryetta hospital. W. M. Williams was admitted to the Henryetta hospital Rescue Teams Take Aid lo Stricken Japs TOKYO, Japan. July 27 lUP' Emergency relief agencies rushed rescue teams, medical supplies, food and drinking . water lo Japan's southern island . of Kyushu today lo relieve devastation wrought by- two days of floods and landslides. . Japanese police officially listed 471 persons dead, 29g missing and 1.M Injured as of midnight tonight ig am. c.a.t). They said more than 100)000 others were homeless or otherwise In distress. Police said casualty reports would rise as eommunleallima were restored In the stricken areas. Japanese newspapers estimated the final toil of dead and missing might reach 1,000. Sudden torrential rains dumped 31 Inches of water In 24 hours an the Nagasaki area of westers Kyushu Thursday. Resulting floods submerged most- of (he cities of Isahsya. and Omura, At least four landslides In Kumamoto prefecture were reported to have burled some AO victims U.S. Air Force planes which bucked heavy winds and thunderstorms to fly reconnaissance missions reported unofficially that some 4.D00 homes were destroyed In Omura, some 000 of them completely swrept Into the sea. The U.S. Navy and Air Fnrre cooperated with the Japanese Red Cross, defense forces and civil agencies in getting aid to the flooded areas. To Reenact Frontier Days at El Reno EL RENO, Okla., July 27 (UP) Frontier days with the Indians will be re-enacted her when the Fort Reno Days" semi-centennial opens Aug. 2. It will bo bold through Aug. I. The celebration arid be climaxed . with a re-enactment of th Kiowa-Alfred Blue was admitted to the! Comanche land drawing of August Henryetta hospital. jt. 1901. And a 1.7 aero Industrial '" Mrs. Ruaaell Wilhite has been ad- site will be given away In the mltted to Haynes hospital DISMISSED M;a. Harry Hall has been dismissed from the Henryetta hospital. Mrs. Sites has hem dismissed Parts of Craig County ward placed under quarantine this week, after 30 head of critic died and to disease was found no II farms. "Apparently were ar 1 dcaliaf wttt aa arsa that baa a history f aatkrax." Reisaenscbaekter sald. 'Tharo Is always more p ed all surrounding towns to enter floats la dm parade. At 12.00 noon, the annual Late? Day banquet will be held at i5 Patty Ana restaurant. .. - Principal speaker wUI be WU-11am Mitch, United Mine Workers. of America. Birmingham. Ala. Plaques win be presented to seven past labor day chairmen hr Senator Robert 8. Kerr during the banquet and Governor Raymond Gary will be present for the ceremonies along with numerous other state county and etty dignitaries. HENRYETTA, OKLAHOMA. SUNDAY, JULY 28. 1957 Lions to Hear Henryetta Linos will hear an address August 9th by the former director of the State Highway Depart menu II. E. Policy, a consulting engineer who supervised the building of the Will Roger Turnpike, will be the guest speaker at the noon luncheon in the I OOF Hall on Ibal dale. In arcepting an inrivatidu to speak here, Bailey said, "I shall be glad to accept your levitation to b I ire sent at noon on August I aad make a few favorable commeuis la behalf of the good Stale of Bast-era Oklahoma and the road program ia connect ton therewith". The engineer, whose office Is In Oklahoma Gty, has been hired bf the Tulsa Chamber of Cora mere to make a feasibility report an- the construction of a four-iaae limited across highway from east of Tui sa to Dallas. The proposed highway would come within four miles of Hearyet-ta and cut the distance from her lo Tulsa by 20 miles. It would split the trip lo McAlester In half. "Eastern Oklahoma has bad nrod for major highway Improvement for a lung time," Bailey told the Tulsa Chamber of Commerce. The former dlrertor of the turnpike Authority advocated recently the building of more toll roads by guaranteeing Ibe loan with gas tax uaed an these roads. final drawing Aug. g. Weather OKLAHOMA Partly cloudy and hot through Sunday. Fair and warm tonight Law tonight 97 to 77. High Sunday IS to 100. sibUlty of to discos shewing up whoa wo have had dry periods followed by a wot spring, such as havr gone thraagfc, 9 period that seems to be Ideal far bringing the organjsm ap out of tt soil Aothrax orgialsma wU sur-viva la to soil for aa ladoflnlto period aad wo did have a small outbreak along th river in th ration The McAlester State prison band wUI march to the parade and entertain on Mato Street during the day. Afternoon entertainment will Include a terrapin race and the annual tennis tournament sponsored by Dr. Carbon Smith and J. E. Hart. i Climafof the two day program win be a fuD evening of entertainment at Cameron Stadium Monday! night featuring an act from the Red ! Foley Osark Jublee. Flash and Whlatler. called "those butchers" by Foley wUI old be o song i the! shall make you fUflohn 8:32 Mb IFire Policeman Bound At Weleetka by Thieves Service Company To Fort Hood August 4 Ten officers and 32 enlisted men of Service Company, 279th Infantry Regiment, Henryetta, will spend two weeks beginning August 3th at North Fort Humt. Texas, with the 4Sih Division, Oklahoma National Guard. Cor Club Member Guts Milk for Baby ' A Henryetta auto dull continued to win friend hvre Friday whet a member not only assisted In car trouble hut even went out of hla way lo get milk fur a Mby. ' A California couple and thi lr two children went toward Sslll-saw with a rhangrd outlook toward so-called 'hot-rodders." They ware forced off the road toy a drunk Just wt f heir Friday night at I a.m. and a H-ro Was bant, A member of th lien-thorn to an all-night garage and than weal hark up town to an all-ryotta Eliminator club gnkied night cafe for milk when . the mother said her baby was bua- Vf- II refused any pay hut hand-d tha couple a card telling about hla club. Question Youth About Kisses PAMMAIC, N. J , July 27 (UPi-Polii-e today questioned a 'nervous" and untolkatlvr Ih-yeaysild youth about a series of kisses stolen from unsuspecting women and girls as they slept In Ihetr homes. The youth, whom police think Is the culprit who began bestowing unwanted rarrrse June I, was arrested aarly Raturday near the scene of the escapade. Police refuse to Identify him because they did md want "to rm-bariss" the family In whose home he lives free of charge. The latest victim of the kis-stealer waa 13-year-old Judith I Undo Judith told pollre the man hastily retreated through an ojien window ifter she turned on the light. Another victim was 33-year-olri Mrs Marie Kardaaz. who told police she first thought her husband was bussing her before she moved her arm and felt a strange head The youth, described aa an epileptic medically discharged after six month In the Army, denied that he. wax the kixxcr, lie gfeid he wa taking a walk at the time of his arrest because his III-1 bite nets prevented him from sleeping! Alan was rushed to 'hr deqicii well. txaiy of a nearby Air Force Inslal i imn whne a doctor looked at, . -w j Alan s swelling ankle and ordried) IflOIOfl VITy 10 j thr Imy taken Immediately to ('till ' Dedicate Museum ldr,,n' dr'v ! A inrsim ' from the Croft home In sutairban- ANADARKf). Okla. July 27 Height, ilP Indian City. LI SA, Okla ; ThfI rt(H lj)r ?-vl Mf, (-r,lft bonus youngest tourlxt attrar-; r .mi-snakcblte; lion, wUI dedicate a now museum 1 r at 2 p m. tomorrow. Paul J. Files, Pans. Tex . dn- frict governor of . Kiwanis for - Cited for No Oklahoma and Texas, will help- i dedicate th building, whk-h was . lNV6r License donated by the Anadarko Kiwanis; Kilph Tamphn. Itanna. was cited: Club. ; by Slate Trooper Harry Lite in fte ! Romo 70 Kiwanis dubs bavej war Thu-ilay nn US 2M for driving! bee lavlted to the ceremony In -without a license. The patrolman . the Tookawa hills two and one- laid he -lopped Tampbn on account j half miles southeast of here. 'of a light violation SxtraflM aorthoSster part of the area last year." to a go-old practice of running OvSr M so ovary sick cow they bear about la th neighbor hood." H pointed out tbc disease can ho canted a a person's feet or automobile tires from one farm to Starts September 1st TV singing star whose new Talent' Varieties program is a favorite laj millions oi homes every Tuesdsy; night. High School Band Director W.'A. (Tony) Anderson will present a concert with his slate-champion,' Rote-! Bowl musicians. j A gigantic display of fireworks; will ring down the curtain on this annual salute to the working man-that orglnated in 1947 with the! I'nlted Mine Workers of Amerlra in the Henryetla area. i Then known as the Itenryetta In-1 .(Sen. Ilal I,. Muldrow Jr., 45th Division i-nmmamler will leave ! early next Saturday with hla staff ami advanced elements to set lip training headquarters at North Foil Mood, Te. The guardsini-n will leave Oklahoma the same day In two large ; military convoys, and on commercial buses fium 79 different stale IMdnla. Originates At Enid One ronVoy will originate al i Knhi and go south through King-; (Idler, Uhickasha. Lawton, Waurl .ka, making overnight liliousr at Mineral Wvlls. Tex (Sen. (Nwa T Aiilrey, school superintendent al Kmd, and an artillery command rr, will command the west column, The - other convoy starts from (be rsst at Miami, going through Kinney, Trt. (Sen. Fred Daugh erty, assistant division rommand-; er, ami district Judge from Okla-homa City, will command the east column. The ronvio s composed of -more than I .(MM vehicles will rimvergi on North Fort flood about mid day Sunday The Army post i-locatfrl about 30 mile north ul th main Fori lltawl Indallailon Will Us Every Minute Kvery minute will lie used toy the stale's guardsmen. Sunday afternoon and evening units will rlean up and prepare In move into lialuing. Al 3 30 a.m. Moii day the troojw receive their first cslj: They'll seiid llie fli -I wycl in unit tiainlng. (Sov. Itaimnml (lory will re view the .troop In a iei lu' Chief of the 451 h Infantry Dm I skill, Saturday, Aug 10 Dining Ihe. second week,-slat, guardsmen wlH spend four days training In Ihe field They'll .par. Ili-ipato ill 'innrk hattlei and othei nillitaiy maneiivei The follow lug Saturday, guard rni-n begin llu-ir n-treat- hack Job Oklahoma 'Snakebite' Had Parents in Dither ITTTSIIUIICH LTi four year-old Alan Croft screamed His nine-year-old hr-rfhei Fiank ru-hed 1 tell hi mother that a snake had I bitten Alan while the young tiers were playing in a garden. I'rob a lily a poisonous i-opierhead Two tell tale slashes showed or. Alan's left ankle Neighbor coiv j firmed il wax probably a cnakei jio-ium tu tarty along (another. Th.- disease Is 100 per cent fatal ! 'r'0'1 - , .wl ,0 mn ll,hor,,l', ad . , However, a vaccine is effective . if given before the dixesxe hits dm rancher. Haskell Shorter f i Welch, has contracted the disease, but Is bring treated successfully. bor Day Celebration, it grew so large and took in so much territory. It is now known as the Eastern Oklahoma Labor Day Celebration. Labor Unions - that have made this celebration grow from a small celebration to the largest Labor Day Celebration West of the Mississippi. include. United Glass and Ceramic Wmkrrs of North America. ClOCn. United Steel Work-er. Cln. CIO Oil Workers Union; Teamsters Union AFL; Flr-tricil Brothers Union AFL; Motion Pic-See Labor, p.2 Number 2iW in Our 55lh Year Burglars Make Him Spoj Stores Without Alarms Tnwii mar-hall, " Cecil Gibson wax hmiml. gaggrd rvd left lit the V4M ktora In Wrlreika rally today by two hsmlits- They took SLUM) from four tmcx. Gibson, who worked himself free at 3 a in ,. atomt two hour after the rnhlieiy; said one rubber grabbed him from behind and the other shoved a gun Into his -tomacli - Mcrchinls- repwlrd $VW in ra-h and S3U In i hecks taken from the J A I' grocery, $l.w in rah and checks rum burden od Williams store, and a quantity of rigiircttcx from the 3. A- M grocery. The bandits also broke into the Itrown Trading Co., hut nothing was believed taken. , Gllmon reported the men told him lo point uul Ihe stores that were not equipped vi'h hureter alarms, Thepdidd him if he steered him Into a store that had an alarm, he Would be killed The night watchman said they bound his wrists with wire. Machinists Vote On Strike Measure LAWTON. Okla. July 37 (UP-Sotne 3.VI nicmlN-ix of Loral HXA f Ihe liitoriiatomal Aswu-isllon of Machinist voted lisl-tv im whether to go on strike again-t I'ar.e Aircraft Maintenance, Inc., at Fort Mil. Page take over air craft maintenance fiH-ialion at Foet Sill next Thursday, replacing Spat tail li craft The Laiitnu. Central 1.,-tbor Union lined tbc :,M'C at II weekly nirriuitr Medne-iLiv nijht bV adopting a' resolution pledging to 'Minor pii ki-l line at rhe Fort Sill dioliX. I nion leader- (barged that P3 icf ii Mil to ni'ikOilate and plan, to hue non iinimi members. Industrial Research Park Planned at OU DHMW Okla . July i'7 'f P I nlyei f Okl:diirni (0,i--ihI- aiuio'inrrd pl.ir: today f-r x I MS) SCI C no) '1 I.AIIiitl- f.'ld il-Oil r i-seari h ns-h Dr I K AhCnricr. 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