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   Biloxi Daily Herald (Newspaper) - June 27, 1952, Biloxi, Mississippi                                 V  I  Bhoéj News Paragraphs  reeves birth  Mr .and Mrs. W. C. Reeves announce the arrival of an 8 pound' son, Randy Luther, born at Biloxi  Hospital at 12:30 am Tuesday. Mrs. Reeves is the former Mary Quave. This is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Reeves of .Biloxi and W, R. Quave of Rt. 1, Ocean Springs.  CATCH 121! TROUT  Mr, and Mrs. Jack Rutland of Texarkana, Texas, caught 121 . white trout Wednesday morning at the Good Luck Fishing Camp. The Rutlands are Ivisiting at 902 Dewey Circle. i  BUNIONS  Get this quick relief. Lifts shoe pressure, soothes, cushions, protects the sensitive spot. Aak for the Bunion size.  0- Schölls lino-pads  HONOR ROLAND BOURGEOIS  The Teke Club honored Roland Bourgeois with a shrimp boil on Back Bay Wednesday night.  Bourgeois returns Saturday to Lon_ Beach, Calif., where he returns to his duties as a navy man after having been on a thirty-day leave.  Members of the Teke Club, their guests and dates enjoyed twenty-fiye pounds of boiled shrimp and cold drinks.  Guests were: Roland Bourgeois, Barbara- Simon, Geòrgie Creel, Elizabeth McDaniel, Sdnny. Daniel. Wanda Stewart, Sam Strangi. Sue Lee, John Grace, Gené Reed Cannette, Jack Joachim, William ] Byrd, Harriet Brèal, Mary Edna Fayard, Madeline Maumus, William Webber, Joe Ward and Robert Nungesser.  GOODWILL USED CARS  Big trade, low finance cost. SADLER PONTIAC COMPANY 102 East Beach, Biloxi  advb5—22t  PLEASE ACCEPT  With Any  Norge Automatic Washer  i  Purchased From Us  Pay Only $1.00 Down  I -A  jBa'ance On Long JEasy Terms  Never Before a Washer Like It  Not even a dial to set! Just press the Time-Line button. New Norge automatically fills., with just enough water  ; —then washes, rinses, spin dries, and turns itself off—automatically! You may skip or repeat any part of the cycle because every step is visible all the time.  • WASHES BETTER  • RINSES BETTER  • DRIES BETTER  SPECrAL  COAST HARDWARE CO.  1314 25th Avenue—Gulfport—Phone 144  BERNARD T. HAYDEN  PLUMBING AND HEATING 231 E. Beach—Pass Christian—Phone 110  BELL FURNITURE CO.  201 Washington St.—Biloxi—Dial4416  CAROUSEL SOCIAL PLANNED  The Carousel Club met at the home or Mrs. Bill Meeboer Wednesday night. Seventeen members were present. Plans were completed for a social on July 5 for members and their husbands..'  A new member, Mrs. George Pitalo, was welcomed into the club. gf  Prizes for games played were won by Mrs. Clifford' Kostmayer and Mrs. Eddie Stafford Jr. Refreshments were -served by . the hostess, assisted by the co-hostess, Mrs. Ray Mattina.  The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. J. B. Fallo.on La-meuse-street.  EASTERNLITES TRIP  . The Easternlites Ladies Club held its weekly meeting at the home of Mrs. Robert Cassanova Wednesday afternoon. After the business Session games were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Felix Dalgo and Mrs. R. E. Lee." Members present were:, Mesdames John Ewing, Robert Cassanova, Felix Dalgo, Ralson Premeaux, R. E. Lee and Bill Davidson. The next meeting will be on July 2 ait the -ome of Mrs. Davidson.  A report was made on the club's trip to Pensacola, Fla., last week. The group drove to the beach and went on a sight-seeing tour of the city. Members making the trip were MesdSmes John E. Lyons, Robert Cassanova, John Ewing, Robert Lee, Felix Dalgo, Henry Breal and Joseph Martino.  MISS INGERSOLL IS i HONORED AT SHOWERS  Among the pre-nuptial parties honoring Miss Johneen Ingersoll, bride-elect of Dallas Guyron Big-gers, were a kitchen shower given on Tuesday evening by Mrs. Arthur Rosonet, and a linen shower Wedner-'ay evening by Mrs. G. B. Achorn.  Mrs. Rosonet entertained in the home of her mother, Mrs. Eugene Redding on Benachi avenue. Those  Mid-November Is Completion Date For Keesler Lab  Keeslers fourth and last Dol^n Hall type academic building will be completed arouhd mid-November, according to Maj. Gen. James F. Powell, base, commander.  Foundation foe the large two* story electronics laboratory building has been completed, and work is starting on the above-ground construction.  The building, located in the area near hangar 1. will be almost identical to Dolan - Haft,-"which was completed last September. Two similar buildings near Tarpon Park are now nearing completion.  Estimated construction costs run $1,585,000 for the newest structure.  The building will have no windows. Lighting will be furnished with fluorescent and incandescent illmuinations. The hall will be divided into two sections, each having a separate air-conditioning unit.  Both radio and radar classes will be taught when space allocations are made.  The exterior will be white; the interior two tones of green.  In the event that the base power sysem fails, engineers have included an auxiliary, battery type, lighting system for emergency evacuation. It would be utilized in case of fire, hurricane, and the like.  Fire doors will be built at strategic points throughout the structure to limit the spread of fire though that threat is said to be negligible.  Friday Afternoon, June 27, 1952  Up in the Air  Answer to Previous Puzzle  HORIZONTAL VERTICAL  Navy Interviews To Be At Biloxi  Robert Harold Jiminez, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jiminez, ,531 Oak street, enlisted' in the honoring Miss Ingersoll were Mrs. i US 'Navy Wednesday at the navy William Hodges, Mrs. Robert An- | recruiting center in Biloxi and was drews and Misses Verona Foun- sent to the US Navy Training Cen-tain, Rowena Yerger, Ann Long- ter, San Diego, Calif., for recruit coy, Barbara Harrell and Emily ! training.  Joullian. j Jimirez, better known to Bilox-  The home of Mrs. Achorn on j ians as Bobby, graduated from Bil-West Beach was attractively dec- j oxi high school, class of '52, where orated with arrangements of col- j he was a three year letter man on ored African daisies for the show- , the Redskin football squad. In his er on Wednesday. Miss Ann Long- j senior year he was selected a first coy won the prize for a bride's team guard on the All-Big Eight  1A high --  baseball goes, up in the air  4 Hairless  8 Rise up In the air  12 Sheltered side  13 Wings .  14 Claire Booth  15 Uncle. 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Mrs. William Hodges.  The guests included Mrs. J. R. Ingers-oll, mother of the honorce, Mrs. Robert Andrews, Mrs. William Hodges, Misses Alyne Eis-  squad.  Chief Paul C. Kizer; Biloxi recruiter, in announcing Jiminez's enlistment also stated that there is now no waiting list for the navy at the Biloxi recruiting station. Chief Kizer also pointed out     1    Z    3        *    S    i    7        8    9    10    II      II                Vb                    W                  IS                «è                n                      18            Ï9                Wà    20                          ZI    ■        H    22    Ii                      2H    25            Ü    zfe                    Z7    26    z9      30                31        P    31        33                  31                        m<                              36            m    37        36        yffi  m    39                  r    »»0                it    w                  w.    43    m            m    M5    46                fi    >18      w                    50                    51              52                                        M                                  5b                    57        27     French bookbinders were regarded so highly during the 17th century that they were exempt from paying taxes.  Ite Daily Herald, Biloxi and Gulfport, Mississippi Coast—THREE  Baton Rouge Port i us H * s NEW PLAN , ES   WASHINGTON W—Secretary of Fund Given Approval ! the Navy Kimbàll says the Navy  n a„,, „ ! now has about neven planes com--BATON ROUGE -(yP)—The Sen-,. . . , ^  ate gave unanimous approval to a'' ing into  P roductlon  ^  are  ^tter  measure appropriating^ $200,000 to assist the Greater Baton- Rouge Port Authority in getting started.  The Legislature has already' passed a legislative act and a bill calling for a constitutional amendment creating the port.  The constitutional amendment will be submitted to the voters in. the November general lelection .  Sen. Gilbert Hennigan of Fields said he "favors the Baton Rouge port because the entire state will profit . . . but remember there are a bunch of poor boys in other sections of the state." ;  Sen. Charles - uuchein, who guided the House measure introduced by Rep. Roli'e MeCollister through the Senate, and Hennigan were on opposite sides on the bill banning livestock from roaming Louisiana highways. ; ,  Duchein favored the livestock, ibilj and Hennigan opposed it..  GOOD MOTTO  i SILVER SPRING, Md. UP!— 1 The Silver Spring Interclub Council is ! arranging something new in the 'way of Fourth of July celebrations, The club decidet today to have no speakers at the affair. Its motto: ' A safe, sane and silent fourth.  than Russia's highly publicized MIG , i?t .fighter. [ " • *  The Senaté-Appropriations Com- = mittee made public yesterday this testimony by Kimball at. a ^closed hearing on the, Defense Department, money bill foe the next fiscal, year.  French bookbinders were regarded so highly during the 17th century that they were exempt from paying taxes.  T  womefi  V  Mighty man is only an incomplete female! His life is warped from the moment he realizes* he can't have a baby—a famous doctor claims. He is constitutionally weaker, shorter lived, 7 times as likely to insane. "The Natural • Superiority of Women" in the big July Ladies' Home Journal gives ¿11 the scientific facts about "male superiority." Read it today. Better still, read it to your husband!  Newton Mass., third graders asked for a real New Mexico horned toad. New Mexico picked Elmer. But someone dug up a l|w  forbidding shipment of horned toads from the state.  Yesterday, Massachusetts Gov. Paul Dever conferred with New Mexico Gov. Edwin Mechern, with  endrath, Verona Fountain, Emily j that in order to give local steno-Joullian, Rowena Yerger, Ann J graphers and typists an opportun-Longcoy, • Patsy Dees and Jane j ity to make applicaion for a po-Spengler. jsition with the navy department  • in Washington, DC, a civilian re-  CITY COURT j preventative of the navy will be  City court Judge " John Sekul j n  this area for a limited time. ■ levied 1*1 fines in tlUoxi city court | * Interviews and testing will be Vv eancsaay nignt. ihe majority ¡conducted at the Navy Recruiting of tne fines levied were lor var- ¡station, room 201, Post Office  Building, Biloxi, said the chief. He added that appointments will be made "from 9 am to 5 pm daily, with special appointment for Saturday after 5 pm- stating that Miss Stanford arrived in Biloxi Wednesday.  lous parKin^ violations. i  lue lolloumg. lines were levieci: Gorooii t. Srauh, opLi'aUng a motor ! veniele wniie untici' uie imIu^j.l u liquor, $10u. c,reaa '1 nomas, disorderly coiiuuc'L,  f 2o, i-xjnjdinme iamuc. imersnein, icikI ss orivnig. 915, rioyc. ti. ivjarsnali. rei'Kicss uriving, Paui ; Llo> u r enioii, aiiu jJorolnw ¿{avizee. uiuiiK ano disorderly, 415.  Norman E. Wilder, improper mul-fler, $10; John i_.ee Turner, lighting, :>1U; Alberi Aneli, joi,n iiawarti ¿till-weil, tslanc ri. marker, j^eonara C. Coney. Anurcw j^ee JjUsh, _\ichau i J roui, speeding, ^10; rrank ■ Haney, lignuiig, .¿1U; Vv Unum Hioerl, ; jcKies. oiiving, ¡¡>10; IViarie JacKson and Alar-ion Scoti, assauit. ana battery, !>io James riobert ¿heahan. urunk ant, disoruerly, $10; Chester Pylar, drunk, $10. ■ ■"> ,  •H^iy Silas Parker, B. H. King. Ira Lewis. ¿3 il he Aliord, Harold- r'urney. Eliiel Laan.er, .Leroy -vunes, j^eroj Ciark, Victor Landry. Carrie .10L. Flair. Ciifton ricai oorougii, John iVlack-ey, Kenneth B. Gilmer. William 1. Collins, John HuglT Seymour, .lésse R^ed Parker, Oliver Miller Ànding, drunk, S5.  Norman E. Wilder, no drivers license. $5; George W. lioss, no license lag, ¡¿5. Wilfred Oliver Jr., no drivers license, S5'; Adolph' H. Bakker. Willreo Olivei Jr.. James Ellis Davis, running Btop sign', SZ.5Ò ; P. F. Hahn, obstructing criveway, $2.50; Robert J. Lahm, running red light. $2.50; Howard P. Barbe? Dave De;m, obstructing traffic, $2.50: J. .P. Smith, George Hripto. Chester NieWiski Albert A. Devoiw Jr.,'Sherod Lawrence 'Mengel Jr., making left turn $2.50.  John Miller, blocking driveway, 2 jO; Willie- Williams, trespassing, $2.50; Donald Thompson, one way street violation, $2.50; Edward Parker, Ramona •Eilleen Gilbert. Hollis H. Williams Jr., assault a-nd batter^, $3.50; Robert L. Doye, Gène S. Edm,ondson, Eugene R. Torgerson Elvin Bosarge, I^orman Dalton, panking overtime, $1.  Ralph W. Spath, Amos'E. Keith, Mrs.' F. C. Jennings. Arden Henry Carlson. Isaac Johnson, Archer' H. Rhain, He-lene Ushello, -B. H. King. P. L. Love Clara Clay William R. Brown; Donald W. Clor Carl Matthes. Mrs. Percv Seal, R. J. Beck, Allen C. Hawersaat, Allen C. Hawergaat, Robert U. Wake-landf John GeaThart, Earl R'amsdell. Earl Ramsdall, J. H. O-ongcoy, Ji H. Longcby C: E. Davis, Gene S. Ed-mondson. Gene S. Edmonds.on Mrs. Charles O. Davis, Mrs. Ed H.  = Cocker-ham, Mrs. Ed,H. Cockerham, H. O; Conti. L. W- Tfigg, Margaret ^A. Fayard, Mrs. S. J. Eshleman, Leon Spjiro, A. L. Naes, R. Sewell, parking over time 51.  Richard Braatz, W. M. Bloodworth: J. A. Abney. Norman Bridgmon, James ! Smart, Syrus Broussard, H. J. Atkinson, J. Paul Schuman, R. E. Hampton Marvin D. Ross Robert J. Palmeter, Joseph ,Saxon, llaywobd Saucier, park ing overtime, $1; S. M. Darity, Jan Jones. George Horner. L. B. Russum. Charles E. Martin. Peggy LeJeune. improper parking $1.  ^xander Council No. 1 vill meet with Gulfport Council Friday night in in Gulfport for work, 7:30 p.m.  advb26-2t  Horned Toad Is Lounge Lizard Traveling East  ALBUQUERQUE (AT—Elmer, the horned toad, was just a lounge •lizard on a luxurious airliner to-1 Dever inquiring mostly about Elm-  day, getting around a law which!'^CefwYs incensed. After all, for a week has kept him fromj he ' s a genus  phrynosoma (horned Massachusetts. 'toad), which is more than the  It all started when some West! Cabots and Lodges can say. That  --------:--satisfied Dever, and an attorney  general's opinion that no horned toad has ever been prosecuted for ! jumping the border satisfied : Mechem.  There was one gimmick: Elmer ! had to have a traveling compan-i ion. Beautiful airline hostess Jean Adams filled the bill nicely. They took off last night. ,  FOR CHILIS  & KVERO  due to malaria  £t£t£t made with  UDO QUININE  Rhode Island bent, creeping bent and Canadian bluegrass are the best grasses to plant in shady places. ^  BISHOP TO LEAVE  Eddie Bishop, WVMI; disc jockey, will leave Biloxi for station WBQK in New Orleans Sunday. Bishop, who has been emceeing a 'Hillbilly Fever" show will take, over the "HiHbilUy House Party" show on the- New Orleans station, from 4 to 5:30 on Sunday afternoons. A veteran of World War II, Bishop came to Biloxi in January 1951. He has been an active member of the Junior Chamber of Commerce.  DILDY HOME  AT/2 Clell Dildy Jr., son of Mr. and -Mrs. Clell Dildy, 313 St. Charles, Biloxi, is home 'on leave from * Miramar NAAS, San Diego, Calif. He arrived Friday, June 20, and will leave Friday, July 4.  He has served in the Navy for the past three years.  Body and Fender Repaire • By Walter Dye Whee] Balanced Front End Aligning Quick Efficient Repairs On All Makes and Models  PONTIAC  Sadler Pontiac Co.  . 102 East Beach Biloxi Dial 6416  HURRY!  See Skrmetti For Bargains On Lots  Two 70 x 120 ............... .$1500 each  Two 78 x 120 ..... ....  ? ... . $1600 each  Corner lot 87 x 120......... .. .$1800  Corner lot 71 x 120 ........,..... $1#00  Within 1500 feet of Beach Highway. Ternru^e^ftrbe arranged on these lots.  Commercial building—10,050 feet of floor space— for sale or lease ... or will trade.  Also, 10 commercial lots in Beach block, 50x102 feet each, $3000 up. These lots would make ideal tourist court site.  Skrmetti Realty Co.  GREATER BILOXI SUBDIVISION  PHONE 3151 — BILOXI  LIVE TELEVISION v  SHOWS START  Tuesday, July lstt  ; ! PRESIDENTIAL CONVENTIONS, BIG LEAGUE BALL GAMES, MANY OTHER IMPORTANT AND EXCITING EVENTS  Thp\i T-fnr>rti>MÏ  BUY NOW  FROM  Sensational New Philcp Developments bring you now :   tow-cost  TRAFFIC TIRES  Be»? Cfi&nes/ Tn</e yoor worn now  fori* ßulf Traffic Tires  tfw $11.95  Only  11   FLAT TREAD • SHARP. ANGLED RIBS • HIGH-TENSILE CORDS  «.00-16 Plut Tax  Prinze's Gulf Car & Boat Service  FRANK PRINGLE, OWNER Let Frank Fill Your Tank fcoad Service West Beach Blvd.  i. Dial 6201 „ Biloxi, Miss.  17 inch Screen  Philco Model 1850— just out! New Super "Colorado" Tuner makes possible good Reception, even in "weak signal" areas. Phonefor Free Trial.  Balanced Beam Chassis with Sensational Super "Colorado" Tuner  $299.95  Plus Tax  Other Models As Low As $213.45  £ASYT£RMS  78 Weeks to Pay  CALL NOW FOR  FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION  SALES AND SERVICE 302 Potter — Dial 3036, Biloxi  jell Co.  9  Inc.  SALES AND SERVICE 1219 25th Avenue — Phone 627 — Gulfport   

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