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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - August 4, 1957, Ardmore, Oklahoma Cards whack Shawnee b-6 Deus on sport Ltd Ian la a sunday a edition Southern Oklahoma a greatest newspaper 64th year no. 241 establish bid Octoba is. Ims u�1 Lka Seo wire Ardmore Oklahoma sunday August 4, 1957 up leased Wir up telephoto 4g Raggs three Scoti Orsu Price 10c in National limelight twice Alva Beauty is charmer Oklahoma City aug. So i pm Nancy Denner 21-year-old Brown haired Alva Beauty is gaining a reputation and scads of publicity As a twice now Nancy has charmed her Way into the National limelight sort of by Accident. Almost four years ago she received wide publicity when a belgian a Soldier of fortunes whom she met briefly in a broken Down ferry sent her one of the strangest a love letters Ever penned. And last night Nancy won the miss Oklahoma title after entering the contest at the urging of state officials who were a charmed Quot by her Semi Centennial appearance Here. Nancy a tall University of Oklahoma coed with a Friendly smile and a Knack for making friends did not plan to enter the state Beauty contest. But Semi Centennial officials who watched her perform in an automotive display before throngs of visitors at the Oklahoma City exposition a month ago talked her into submitting an application. A we her Mother and tas Well As Nancy had always been a Little reluctant about Beauty contests a said her father Joe Denner an Alva Baker. A but after talking it Over we decided it might be a Nice Nancy flitting from one reception to another today and receiving congratulations from friends across the state thinks it was pretty Nice too. A it s a wonderful experience Quot said the 5 it. 7�?T/ Inch senior m dramatics who measures 37-25-36. Her first plunge into the National limelight also was a quite an experience for the pretty miss and if May Well have helped her the Poi in ind Confidence needed by a Beauty Queen. While a 17-Ye, senior at Alva hich school Nancy taken to new York City by her Mother. She and mis. Denner hopped a ferry to Belloe Island to see the St tue of Liberty. The ferry broke Down in Rozite and it was during that smog Jav Fie Hiir dil Attiat she Hera me act quaint de with a Basuil belgian traveler Rie Lannoy. De Lannoy did t know her full name but he enjoyed her of Nizich that he wrote to her anyway. This was thu address on tie in Elope Quot to a Nir of 17 called Nancy who returned by plane from in w York to Oklahoma City with her Mother on tuesday november 24, co Airport authorities Oklahoma the str in a i letter reached Nancy through the cupid role efforts of Airport manager William of Bill Coleman. Coleman managed to publicize the letter he was holding and word of the missive reached Nancy at Alva. Television came r a s clicked and photographers fur National magazines popped Flash bulbs As Coleman delivered the letter to Nancy. "1 was very Glare to meet your Mother and yet i on Board that crazy de Lannoy wrote. I think it would have been awful in wait until 10 o c of k if w l Hod not met. by Lod you Recei de this let lir it is Lathi a difficult to write to someone without knowing the address. I Hope you will allow me to write again. Done to you like to gel h tiers from see Alva Beauty Page 4 planning Board makes payments Oklahoma City aug. 3 up a state planning Board director Kelly Debusk said today the $655,000 Park Bond payment that was due july 1 had been reduced to $140,000, and the Board expects to off the remainder in two weeks. The Board invoked the 90-Day Grace period provided in the Trust agreement after being unable to make the payment last month on the $7,200,000 in Park Bonds. Debusk said the Board made two payments in july and expects to make a $50,000 payment next week with the final a >$90,000 expected around a users May ask Quot City to Check water meters City manager Robert c. Gavins issued a statement saturday about water meter readings following the dismissal of two City water department employees for a a guessing at the amount of water consumed. Cavins said a citizens who feel that their water meter has not been checked for a Reading should Call his office and Steps will be taken to make sure the meter will be the City manager who spot checked meters in All sections of the City last Weill mesday and thursday fired two City employees when they admitted Quot just guessing at water consumption instead of Reading the water meters. Dismissal action was taken after Cavins suspicions were aroused when he found during the spot Check Many meters were untouched for months because grass and dirt had buried them completely. The two employees dismissed by Cavins were asked Why they had not read the meters and according to the manager they said a they were just too tired and did it the easy Cavins said a was a result of the two employ yes failure to read meters a the next water Bill will Beem unreasonably High. He quickly added however that the next Bill will include not Only the water consumed during the month but also part of june and july because of the a guessed Coolidge Home to be shrine Plymouth vt., aug. 3 ii a the Coolidge Homestead where Calvin Coolidge became the 30th president of the United states 34 years ago was Given to the state of Vermont today As a shrine. It was in the lamp lit parlor of the White painted House that Coolidge s father. Col. John c. Coolidge a Village notary a administered the oath of office As president of the United states to his son. A deed to the property in this Hamlet of 348 residents was presented to gov. Joseph b. Johnson today by John Coolidge Only surviving son of the late president. In making the i t he carried out the wishes of his Mother mrs. Grace g. Coolidge who agreed last year to give the property Over to the state of Vermont. The state appropriated $12,000 to restore the House to its 1923 condition but mrs. Coolidge did not live to see the presentation. She died july 8. Republican National chairman Meade Alcorn was the principal speaker at today a ceremonies. Alcorn said Coolidge was a a Symbol of great american Quot he was the embodiment of rugged integrity of quiet courage of genuine Hui Mility of proud frugality of profound Faith in Alcorn brought to the presentation a message from president Eisenhower which said that a Vermont and the nation Are the Richer for the thoughtfulness of the Coolidge family in turning the House Over to the state As a Public shrine. An interest payment of 5150,000 is due in january and the next payment of $650,000 comes due next july 1. Debusk said trustees plan to use $250,000 of the debt service fund to buy outstanding Park Bonds on the open Market thus reducing the annual interest rate. He said All state lodges Are reporting record use this summer but added that reports of income in july have not been received from All the lodges. Lake Texoma Lodge reported Gross Revenue of $83,400 for july $33,000 More than june. Debusk said the july total was $23,000 More than the previous record for any month. Quartz state Park Lodge reported Gross Revenue of $33.411, compared with $19,900 for june. Both Quartz and Texoma lodges Are booked almost solid for the next two weeks. Debusk said. Debusk pointed out that the increase in customers is greater than indicated in income because Lodge rates were higher last year. Red leaders will travel to Germany Moscow aug. S in the soviet government announced tonight communist party chief Nikita Khrushchev will begin his visit to East Germany aug. 7. Premier Nikolai Bulgarin is not included in the list of 12 men to make the trip with him. The Premier has accompanied Khrushchev on All his other slate visits including those to Britain and India. Deputy Premier a. I Mikoyan and foreign minister Andrei Gromyko Are among those who will make the journey. East Germany a communist government extended the invitation. Bulgari no a absence from a list of the party that will accompany Khrushchev to East Germany Points up the stories that Bulgarin got second Billing on the visit to Czechoslovakia Early in july and May be on the Way out. Khrushchev made the principal speeches on that state visit and Rode in the first automobile of the processions. Bulgarin generally was fobbed off As having no particular Imi Ortance. Bulgarin did not attend the Khrushchev Tito reconciliation talks in Romania announced saturday and this added to the belief of Western observers that he May be not guilty says Tulsa a not guilty written on e note was what the City police department found when they opened a parking ticket looking for the customary 50 cent Fine. The note read a i am very sorry but in your machine i placed a dime and it did not Register. Not guilty. Signed r. J. Poffenberg 915, North Osage drive Tulsa desk sergeant Don mar Chesani scratched his head and said a wonder if he knows the meters take Only Nickels and pennies a Calvin Foust inspects carcass of Bull stricken by anthrax on ranch he and his father operate along the Ottawa Craig county line in northeastern Oklahoma. State and Federal veterinarians Are trying to vaccinate All livestock in the two counties to prevent the disease from spreading. United press telephoto. State veterinarians extend quarantine Ohio patrol nabs rapist at Airport escaped airman lands plane at Springfield after visiting Enid .srkinup�?Tlel.d, Ohio aug. 3 1.41 a the Ohio Highway patrol arrested in escaped air Force prisoner at Nii Inirio in Airport to Xian who n he stepped out of an air Jilane stolen in Austin Tex after a Cross country flight. The patrol identified the Man As s. Sgt. Milton j. Martin 27, of i Detroit a con meted rapist who cs-1 a ipod Thill s a it from the Bern i Stiim or Force base tex., stockade. Martin looking fatigued after his flit it. Which he interrupted to it terrorize his former wife relatives in Enid okla., thursday night Offori d in resistance on his Arri St the patrol said. He was taken to the patrol station at Xenia 19 Miles from Here where he was questioned by the Fri and held in Green county jail. The patrol said the civil aeronautics administration at Cincinnati had alerted airports in the Dayton area to watch for the Blue and White plane stolen in Texas. The Caa said it had refuelled at i Farmersville. Mo., about noon and was expected to land at Dayton. Martin was described As armed and dangerous. The plane landed Here about 5 p. M. St. Air Force authorities at Bergstrom said Martin had stolen a plane at Austin municipal Airport . The next report of him came from Enid where the assistant manager of the municipal Airport said he was believed headed for Rock ark., in the Light plane. Fred Roberts assistant manager of the Enid Airport identified a picture of the escaped air Force prisoner As the Man to whom he sold Gas Ohne about 11 30 a. M. Yesterday. Roberts told officers the Man to whom he sold the gasoline took off just a few minutes before Enid police arrived to begin an atrial search for Martin. Sheriff Mason Hart of Enid said Martin apparently came Here to get revenge on his former wife Mary Lee fest. Martin was sentenced to 25 years imprisonment following his army court martial conviction on a rape charge. He was accused of holding his wife while another Man ass tilted her. Sheriff Hart said Martins sex wife was placed in hiding by officers Here after they were notified of the former airman a escape. The sheriff gave the following version of Martins visit to Enid late thursday night or. And mrs. Ercle b. Pm est parents of Martins former wife and their 13-year-old son Gary returning Home from a California trip found Martin hiding in a closet. Enraged at not finding her there Martin tied up the fests and fled in their car. Yesterday morning mrs. Barbara Janssen 18, Garber okla., was stopped on a Highway East of Enid by a Man brandishing a knife. She fled and the Man identified later As Martin took her car. The car later was found abandoned at Woodring Airport. Civil rights Bill deadlock nears officials differ amendments on Golf course fun for the construction of a inc holi Golf course at Murray been eari.iarliei.1 by the Miami Iii and , senator Tom t. Tipps i Satin Day. Tripps in Maksim tie annoy Quement , $10,000 has been set aside and when one of two locations now being considered is definitely approved the course will be ready for Golf enthusiasts by next summer. A club House is also included in the plans for the course. In Oklahoma City Reo hex Sparger Ardmore made the announcement that a proposal for private i construction of an in Hole Golf course adjoining Lake Murray will be presented the planning and resources Boarn m the next few Days. Sparger said a Southern Oklahoma Man is interested in financing the proposed course if the braid will agree to make water available from the state Lake. In return the Park would be offered an override on income from the course. The state according to Sparger will have to use its available funds in the next few years for capital improvements and Bond retirement and will not be Able to build a course at Lake Murray. He said under his proposal it is planned to have the course open by next summer. Dulles gives report on inspection talks Washington aug. 3 apr Secretary of state Dulles flew Back today from disarmament talks in London and promptly challenged Russia to join the West in lessening the danger of a great atomic War by opening vast territories to Aerial and ground inspection. Dulles arrived in mid afternoon and went to the White House to give a first hand report of his London Mission to president Eisenhower. Welch aug. 3 Otto Oklahoma veterinarians today extended the anthrax quarantine line another 35 Square Miles As veterinarians from four states and Washington d. Began arriving to help Check the livestock disease. Or. M. N. Reimen Schneider state veterinarian said about 30 veterinarians from Oklahoma Arkansas Missouri Kansas and Washington d. C., will be on the Job by tomorrow. The new quarantine area is in Ottawa county bringing to 95 Square Miles of that county under quarantine. All of Craig county is under quarantine. Both counties Are in northeastern Oklahoma. Between 250 and 300 livestock have died from the disease. State Board of agriculture president Harold Hutton said Quot we re still ahead of the he said he believes increasing reports of anthrax May be because Farmers Are keeping a sharper Lookout for it. Reimen Schneider reported tonight that 41,000 head of All types of livestock have been vaccinated As veterinarians toil overtime. Upwards of 70,000 animals Are estimated to be in the area. Five new cases were reported today in Craig county and two additional in Ottawa county. That brings the i 97-103. Total number of farms hit so far to 56 in Craig and 10 in Ottawa county he said. Riemenschneider also reported the total number of animals known killed by the disease was now approximately 260. Meanwhile hard hit Dairy Farmers in the quarantine area who have been forced to dump thousands of Gallons of milk got some Good news from the Farmers Home administration. State director James g. Powers said at Stillwater that payments on All Cha Loans to Farmers in the area will be waived during the quarantine period which is expected to last at least four weeks. To also said emergency Loans Are available to Farmers in the area. Syria rejects Jordan protest hot weather is Outlook by the Assor lated press partly Cloudy skies and continued hot weather was the Outlook Given by weather observers for sunday. A few locally heavy thunderstorms were reported saturday night in the extreme North Central and Northeast sections and the weather Bureau warned of possible High winds and Hail in the areas before morning. High temperatures saturday were mostly in the upper 90s around the state but Mcalester had 102 and it. Sill reported 101. Highs sunday Are forecast from Damascus Syria aug. 3 up a Syria rejected today a jordanian protest viewed Here As an ultimatum at a syrian newspaper Campaign against Jordan. A broadcast announcement said Jordan warned she would sever diplomatic relations with this sister Arab state and even resort to arms if the newspaper attacks did not cease by tomorrow. But a Milder View was taken in Amman Jordan a capital. A spokesman for Young King Hussein s government denied an ultimatum was intended despite Strong diplomatic language in the protest. He said the syrians Quot May rest assured that any attack on Syria would not come from Jordan a he added Quot Jordan is fully prepared to sacrifice in the course of defending Syria or any other Arab country against aggression As the King and government have already he said phrases of the protest had been misinterpreted and distorted time capsule put in ground at City Park on july 27, 1987, a time capsule buried in Central Park saturday will be opened and Ardmore birthday celebrants will know exactly what took place during the City a 70th birthday Celebration. When the capsule is opened 30 years from now found will be. Recordings of the Pioneer breakfast and the entire program presented the night of july 27, 1957, in addition three daily Ard Loreite publications telling the Story of the event City maps brochures pictures and general information have been inserted in the capsule. The time capsule an idea of birthday program chairman Hardy Murphy is a sealed Container 16 inches in diameter and approximately 36 inches Long buried five feet deep in front of the band stand at Central Park. To prevent rust and corrosion the Container was coated with a solution of tar and a 25 Pound sack of anode was placed in the Hole to give the capsule an electrolysis ground. The decomposition of a chemical compound by electricity mayor George Selvidge present at the burying ceremonies said a the citizens of Ardmore 30 years from now will appreciate the action taken he added a they will know exactly what had taken place july 27, 1957 when we celebrated Ardmore a 70th record album for convicts Walpole mass. In pm inmates at Massachusetts state prison have their own ideas of what should go into a record a album for the current Issue of Mentor prison newspaper offers these suggestions a up a Lousy a throw mama from the train a a i might As Well be a for electric chairs got he was Able to report to the president according to information in diplomatic quarters that he had succeeded in pulling the Western allies out of a logjam of disagreement on inspection zones. They concurred in a plan he presented to Russia at a meeting of the u. N. Disarmament subcommittee in London yesterday. What he proposed in essence was that Russia agree to Aerial and ground inspection Over great areas of Europe North America and the soviet Union. The object is to preclude the possibility of a massive Surprise attack in this atomic age. In an Airport statement Dulles said that Quot it is now up to the soviet Union to a if the soviet Union accepts these proposals a he said a and if the necessary details Are worked out the risk of Surprise attack will be greatly diminished. A a and since a major War is not Apt to be launched unless the aggressor can count on Surprise the danger of general War will have lessened. Then it will be More possible safely to reduce the Burden of Dulles recalled that soviet Delegate Valerian Zorin had promised that the russian government Quot would give the Western proposals careful Quot i Hope that the soviet government will realize that an inspection system that makes us All More Safe and which facilitates reduction of armaments is As much to their interest As it is to ours a he said. He reported that As a result of his visit to London he arrived there monday a he was a More than Ever a Are of the immense complexity of the task we face. But also i remain convinced that the task is so vital that it must be pursued with unwavering Perry Pony Sale hits High figure Perry aug. 3 we the Perry Carlile Shetland Pony Sale topped the one million Dollar Mark today the last of the six Day consignment Sale. Sale of a sorrel Poney by Linda Waltermire 8, of Perry to m. S. Williams of Owasso for $110, pushed the Sale Over the million Dollar level for the first time in history. Last years four Day Sale grossed $640,000 the highest previous level. To measure anger Ike a is in. To v Fri but lit i i -. Ii Lii rep dirt Rel tip v a inst the s a air died c in rights Bill and me i Eiith w Martin .1 r. H it ii a>1�?T i ,1 a ,1 pronounced evil Iii hts legislation Quot dead for this seem ii a of con-gres.�. Three top administration officials who be named said in that Eisenhower regards the Senate version of the Bill of completely unworkable. He was said to be throwing his weight solidly against House acceptance of it. Martin told a reporter the Bill is not accept Ible to us. And i Don t think it s acceptable to a majority of the he fore n probable deadlock which would put the Issue Over to next year. The three administration leaders agreed that As the matter , Eisenhower would Rath Ltd have no Bill at All than to accept the Senate s insertion of the jury trial amendment in a measure which it already had str Pix d of authority to enforce civil rights in general. Some House democratic leaders voiced the opinion privately that the republicans Quot Don t want a civil rights Bill this y they contended the Eisenhower administration is stalling and hoping to carry the Issue Over into the 1958 election year. Martin called the Senate Bill in its present form a democratic Bill and declared Quot we won t take it in the form it is Likely to come out of the in foreseeing a possible deadlock Over efforts to Compromise differences Between the Senate version and the More sweeping administrations sponsored Bill passed by the House Martin said a it looks to me As though this Bill is dead for this session. That will put the whole civil rights fight Over until next january when Congress the chief executives Legal advisers Are said to have told Eisenhower the measure the Senate May pass by midweek represents not Only an Quot empty Shell for Protection of voting rights but will hamstring government enforcement in other Fields. Southern senators held a strategy session on the Bill today and sen. Russell a a told reporters afterwards that he expects a Senate vote Quot within a reasonable time a perhaps wednesday or even sooner. Quot up to now there has been no filibuster on this Bill a Russell said. Quot none was planned at our sen. Knowland for Cali who breakfasted with Eisenhower told reporters he Hopes the House will Send the measure to a Senate House conference committee in an Effort to Compromise its terms. Knowland the Senate Republican Leader did not Rule out some Compromise on the controversial jury trial amendment which he previously had said made the measure but he said he has yet to see any Compromise he finds acceptable. Sen. Lyndon b. Johnson of Texas the democratic Leader made it Clear he Hopes the House accepts the Senate version without a conference and lays the Bill on Eisenhower a desk. In a move that stunned administration leaders the Senate wrote into the Bill by a 51-42 vote Early Frid a provision requiring jury trials in All Federal court criminal contempt cases. Criminal contempt is generally defined As an action in which a judge desires to punish a defendant for wilful disobedience of court orders. There would be no jury trials where a judge sought Only to induce obedience by Means of civil contempt citations and where the defendant could go free As soon As he complied. Weather Oklahoma partly Cload and continued hot Throns sunday night. Widely scattered afternoon and night time thundershowers. High sunday 97-103. Partly Cloudy and hot with widely scattered thundershowers monday afternoon and monday Elf it. Lost in Haystack pretty girl seeks ring York pa., aug. 3 up a a pretty 20-year-old Philadelphia girl is spending the weekend looking for the proverbial Needle in a Haystack. In this Case the Needle is a $750 Diamond engagement ring and the Hay is really Straw. But the search is Joist As difficult. The ring was lost while Barbara Summers and other members of her family were visiting relatives on a farm near Here. Barbara went up in the Hayloft with a Young Cousin and because the ring fitted her loosely she gave it to a sister to hold As a precaution. Then while frolicking with the children the sister was pushed into a huge Mound of Straw and off came the ring. Barbara persuaded a construction firm in Philadelphia to loan her an army surplus mine Detector bought some batteries and brought it Back to York. At last report the family was having trouble with the mechanics of the machine and were looking for a National guard organization or some sex i in the neighbourhood who was acquainted with the device. Barbara did no to say whether she had told her Fiance David Fleming who ii in the air Force in Topeka kan., about the missing Rita. The Straw stands 20 feet High and covers some 600 Square feet of the Bam floor. Its Loose weight is estimated at 19 tons. Polio clinic set at Wilson a Wilson special a polio vaccine win be administered in the american legion Hall Here tuesday from 4 to 9 p. M. It is free to children under 19 years and expectant mothers. Adults $1 each. The clinic is provided by the Carter county chapter of the National foundation for the i Reven Tion of poliomyelitis in cooperation with the county health department and the doctors and nurses of Wilson. Mayor Charles Mettry Heads the local committee. Arrangements for staff Are in charge us mrs. Her shall Hendricks

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