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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - December 05, 1977, Ardmore, Oklahoma2 the daily a Reite a re okla., Mondoy. Do camber �o5,1977 at state universities Ames Iowa apr keeping Mem Down on the farm As the old saying goes is less of a problem these Days for agricultural schools. Deans at state universities around the country Are finding More students of both Rural and Urban backgrounds plus increasing numbers of women in their classrooms. Newly released National statistics show there Are 98,519 students of agriculture or related topics. That a up about 80 percent from the 1970 figure of 54,000, according to or. Louis m. Thompson associate Dean at Iowa state University a College of agriculture at Ames. Thonpson compiles enrolment statistics for the National association of state universities and land to graduate school and the Grant colleges which rest enter gov emment ser vice or some form of private employment. Represents the major Public universities in the country. 4 the Deans say its evidence of a growing interest in farming and a the growth has been just phenomenal a said Roy Kottman Dean of Ohio state University a agricultural school file nations third largest. Ten years ago Only 10 percent of agricultural school graduates went into farming but that figure has now doubled Thompson said. Today 30 percent of the graduates enter agribusiness a food production and related Fields a where Job Kitchen Cabinet. City thefts Are reported police investigated a number of Small burglaries and one Case of vandalism Over the weekend. About $200 in Cash was reported missing from the residence of Terry Chatham 1 m St. So. Chatham. Told police he returned Home saturday to find someone had pried the rear door open with a bar and taken the Money from a opportunities remain Good and starting pay averages $11,500. Twenty percent go deaths and funerals Lilly Johnson services for Lilly Johnson 922 3rd new will be at 4 . Tuesday at the bet. Tes Chapel with the Rev. Gene Cormier officiating. Burial will be in Rose Hill cemetery. Mrs. Johnson was killed . 3, in an Auto Accident. She was born March 18, 1898 at Davis Indian territory and came to Ardmore in 1915. She was married to Robert c. Johnson preceded her in death on May 20, 1971. She is survived by three Brothers Francis Wilkie Neosho mo., Walter Wilkie Ardmore and . Wilkie Tahlequah one sister mrs. Wanda Ruth Brown Ardmore one daughter in Law mrs. Cecile Rogers Ardmore eight grandchildren and nine great grand children. Bearers will be Mark Jordan Joe Ben Pruitt Kenny Pruitt James Johnson Earl Ray Mann and Leon Sanders. Services Are under a the direction of Bettes funeral Home. A Walter a. Loughridge services for Walter a. Loughridge 1105 Hurst Road will be 2 ., tuesday at the Bettes Chapel with the Rev. John Peterson officiating. Burial will be in the Rose Hill cemetery. A Loughridge died . 3, 1977 at a local Hospital. Matilda Kirk Gene Autry services for Matilda Kirk 80, will be 1 . Wednesday in the it. Pleasant Baptist Church with Rev. Paul Henderson officiating. Burial will be in it. Pleasant cemetery. Mrs. Kirk died . 2, 1977 in an Oklahoma City convalescent Home after an extended illness. She was preceded in death by her husband j.t., and a daughter Minnieola. Survivors include seven daughters Katherine k. Roberts Marie Renfro and Alene Dunlap All of Oklahoma City Carrie b. Har Gro Bluefield West va., May Fannie Hamilton Christini Rainwater and Elvya Kirk 11 of los Angeles Calif. Two sons Buford Detroit mich., and Jobie l., Ardmore two Sisters Texana Jackson Pasadena Calif., Beautie b. Martin Wichita Falls Tex. Two Brothers James Johnson Ardmore and Eastman Johnson Springer 16 Gurari child 13 great grandchild Reri. Kenneth Macdonald services for Kenneth m. Macdonald 1920 10th new Are pending with Harvey funeral Home. Macdonald died saturday . 3, 1977, in an Oklahoma City veterans Hospital after a Brief illness. He was born March 6, 1931, he was born june 7,1898, at Hollywood Calif., and in Spring place a. He had been a resident of Ard i i was married to Roxie Lindsey and was a retired employee of Colvert Dairy co. He later was a school patrolman for the City of and More. He was a member of the first Christian Church Ardmore masonic Lodge 31 and the ancient and accepted scottish rites of Mcalester. He is survived by his wife of the Home one son Walter jr., oct an Springs miss. One brother Tom Ardmore and four grandchildren. Bearers Are . Mccoy Lee Murphey Ray scrub Ham Floyd Holley Sam Blalock and Raymond Colvert. Robert c. Hollow services for Robert c. Holloway ii will be at 2 . Tuesday in the Chapel of the Goodrich Andersoh funeral Home Marietta with the Rev. Bob Atter Berry officiating. Burial will be in the Lakeview cemetery. He died . 2, 1977 in Oklahoma City. He was born feb. 20,1924 at san Antonio Tex. He was a member of the methodist Church elks Lodge and was a Mason. He owned and operated several restaurants around the country. Survivors include one son Robert c. Ill Modesto Calif. Two daughters Robin Holloway los Angeles Calif., and Laura Holloway Versailles Ken. His Stepmother mrs. Eva Holl Way Marietta two Sisters mrs. Verne Ballou Portland ore., and mrs. Nadine Bonnel Noble one step brother Charles Bassett Plainview Tex. And three grandchildren. 0. A. Right services Are pending at Bettes funeral Home for . Right a former Ard my relate died . 4, in Lawton More for two months moving from Biu Bank Calif. Survivors include his wife Georgia of the Home one son David d., Waconia Minn. His Mother la Mee Macdonald Burbank Calif. One brother George Brownsville Tex. One sister mrs. John Marilyn Strong Burbank. Mrs Kathryn Bourland Ringling graveside services for mrs. Kathryn Bourland will be 2 . Tuesday in the Belleville Bourland cemetery with Rev. . Simmons officiating. Mrs. Bourland died sunday . 4, 1977, in an Ardmore Hospital. She was bom March 22, 1896 at Ryan Indian territory moving to Ringling in 1916. Mrs. Bourland was an Early Day school teacher and a member of the Ringling Eastern Star. Survivors include her husband Michael Ringling three daughters mrs. Victoria Burden Ringling mrs. Gene Jackson Gus Tine Tex., and mrs. Martha Baxley Ardmore five grandchildren. And six great grandchildren. Grandsons will serve As bearers. Thieves entered an unlocked vehicle at the hard hat lounge parking lot and took a pair of binoculars a Crescent wrench and a bottle of perfume. Kathleen Robinson 628 f St. Be told police the theft occurred while she was inside the lounge Between 9 . And 11 . Sunday. The items were valued at $50. Another Auto burglary was reported by Albert Long 1427 Chickasaw. He said someone removed two rear hubcaps from his 1977 Ford while it was parked in front of his residence. Loss was estimated at $103. A $180 loss was reported by Danny Cook discovered someone had punched holes in All four of the tires on his 1970 Ford pickup As he went to work monday. Cook 223 9th ave. Be told police the vehicle was parked in front of his residence when the incident occurred. A 17-year-old boy was arrested for Petty larceny about 1 30 . Sunday when an officer spotted him crouching Between two cars parked at Blackjack inn. As the officer approached the cars he found the boy lying underneath one with a fresh spot of gasoline on the pavement. Gas was draining from that car through a piece of rubber Hose into another. The youth was released to his parents. Later on sunday police picked up three boys aged 12 and 14 for shoplifting at Wal Mart. Officers said one boy concealed a hot wheels mini racer and mini to or Cycle in his socks while the other allegedly served As look outs. Two of the boys were released to their parents while the third was placed in the children a shelter. Two fast food restaurants reported the theft of several lights from advertisement signs late saturday night. Jacks Dairy barn 1501 14th ave. Be was missing a number of spot Light bulbs valued at $10 from a sign in front of uie building. Also taken from a sign in front of a amp w Root Beer 721 Lake Murray drive were five coloured floodlights valued at $8. Another Ardmore business okie realtors reported the theft of a Flag owned by the daughters of the american revolution. The Flag and a pole it was attached to were taken from the front of the building at 605 w. Main sometime Friday night. The loss was estimated at $10 or $15. A Mailbox and the pole it was sitting on were stolen from the residence of Regina Turrentine 244 Woods Lane East. The Box valued at $14, was removed sometime Between 6 . Friday and 8 . Saturday. Donald John 1547 3rd ave. Be told police his songs 20-Inch bicycle was taken from the front Yard Friday night. John described the Bike As a Daric Blue Texas Ranger with a Black seat and valued it at $50. Get action continued from Page 1 we want to try the Rainbow Trout fishing on Blue River near is Domingo and we wonder if they have a started stocking the Trout fur this Winter fishing season. Can you Tell us when they Start and How Long the River is stocked and How often also is it necessary to buy a special License to fish for the Trout mrs. Be Ardmore. Blue River Northeast of Tishomingo i stocked with rainbows once each week usually on fridays from the first of november until the end of March. Thus the fishing is open now. Trout fishermen in Are require to Purchase a special Trout License in addition to the regular $5 fishing License. Proceeds from the special License Are used to help pay for the program of stocking the River with catching size rain jews. _ sign your Nonit to Alt got action la it. Only your in Tioli flu to us a in in now Papor but Tho Lottor whom Mlot Mutt to re Ina it bloc Airor Nofori Lon. Propeller a done fellas. Workmen gather round the Gigantic propeller of the Queen Elizabeth 2 As she sits in a dry Dock at the Bethel hem steel shipyards in Bayonne . Sunday. The Queen of the seas is expected to remain dry for 17 Days during which she will receive her annual face lifting and overhaul a All for a Cool $5 million. A laser photo for Davis prosecution Legal problems ahead fort Worth Texas apr although millionaire Cullen Davis is still charged with capital murder and two counts of attempted murder Legal problems May prevent any future trial of him on Cli Arges arising out of the shooting spree last year at the Davis mansion. Tarrant county District attorney Tim Curry now says he a not so sure about proceeding with efforts to try Davis on the second murder charge. Crry said a Legal uniroyal Plant conserves fuel the people at uniroyal Ardmore facility and 67 other plants worldwide have done an unusual Job in conserving Energy. Since 1972, reports Howard e. Drew Ardmore factory manager uniroyal has reduced total Energy consumption by 22 percent. A a in 1976 alone a he said a your corporation was Able to save $3.7 million Worth of Petroleum natural Gas Coal and electricity enough to provide All the Energy needs for 20,000 families for an entire uniroyal a Energy conservation program begun in 1972, initially established an eight year timetable to measure results and boost Energy efficiency. A your goal is to reduce unit Energy requirements a a Standard measuring the amount of Energy to produce one Pound of product a by an estimated 15 percent by 1980,�?� says or. Drew. To Date the corporation has recorded a 6.8 percent reduction in unit Energy requirements and is almost Halfway to the 15 percent goal. The 6.8 percent Fig tire also puts uniroyal ahead of average reductions in the rubber and textile industries. Major gains in Energy reduction were made at various plants by Complete steam metering to pinpoint usage reduction of air flow in buildings replacing High intensity lighting with Low Energy fluorescent lamps automatic shutdown valves on major equipment and installing stack Gas heat recovery devices. Uniroyal monitors All Energy usage by plants and offices via a worldwide reporting system that is computed and Analysed by corporate engineers. A running account of each Plant and each division is recorded on a monthly basis to Leam at a glance if a particular operation is improving or using higher Levels of Energy. A in that Way we can spot something before it becomes a problem a Drew said. Drew also pointed out that uniroyal products saved millions for american Consumers. Steel belted radial tires save 6 percent or More of the gasoline burned in cars and trucks compared with non radial tires. A uniroyal developed air Deflector mounted on truck cabs streamlines the flow of air around trailers cutting wind resistance by 20 percent. Urethane insulating materials developed by a uniroyal joint venture Are twice As effective As conventional materials for insulating Homes. A one of the most important savings of All comes from natural rubber grown on uniroyal plantations in Sumatra Malaysia and Liberia. It provides Superior performance for air plane truck and passenger car tires and saves tens of thousands of tons of synthetic rubbers based on Petro leu i a he said. Uniroyal a tire Plant in Ardmore is one of the country a most modern radial tire facilities. It opened its doors in july 1970 with about 40 employees and today employs More than 1600 and produces an average of 30,000 passenger radials per Day. Uniroyal inc. Is an International Developer and marketer of chemical rubber and plastic products. Trine known As collateral estoppel might prevent further criminal court action. Davis 44, was acquitted by a jury in Amarillo last month of capital murder in the aug. 2/ 1976, a hooting death of Liis stepdaughter Andrea Wilborn 12. She was found dead at his $6 million mansion. Stan Farr 30, mrs. Davis Lover was also found dead at the Hilltop estate in fort Worth. Mrs. Davis and a Chance mansion visitor Gus Gavrel jr., 22, were wounded in the shooting spree. Curry said Davis estranged wife Priscilla served As the chief prosecution witness in the Amarillo trial cannot legally testify against Davis in at least one of the three remaining cases. Collateral estoppel says once a fact has been determined by a jury that Issue cannot be litigated again Between the same parties at any future trial. Davis was arrested and charged by the state with two counts of murder and two counts of attempted murder. However the Amarillo jury a decision indicates the panel rejected the charge that Davis was the gunman. He is currently free on $650,000 bon4 jurors later said Only two votes were taken before a unanimous decision was reached. The first vote a after 13 weeks of testimony a was 10 for acquittal and two for a guilty verdict. Prosecutors expressed Surprise later that a we were never even in it from the news in Brief continued from Page i a indicated some kind of tussle Between the hijackers and the Hamilton Bermuda apr British troops armed with rifles and machine guns deployed in Bermuda today for the first time in nearly 10 years but rioting to protest the execution of two Blacks for political murders Ahrdy had ended. British commanders said 260 troops had been Brout in from bases in Belize in Central America and England to Back up the 900 men of the local police Force and the Bermuda regiment. The British Island Colony was Calm All Day sunday and Only three fire bombs exploded sunday night in a truck and a vacant House in Hamilton and at a Reform school 12 Miles outside the City. No casualties were reported. A i think the steam has gone out of it a said police inspector Allan Lister. A dusk to Dawn curfew remained in effect. Cincinnati apr Ohio a troubled school financing system was dear unconstitutional today but the judge said he would delay implementation of the ruling until next summer. A this court is compelled in View of sheer weight of evidence to and for the plaintiffs on constitutional grounds a judge Paul Riley said in his Hanilton county pleas court decision. No Clear Market picture reports Market new York a it a prices showed some spotty declines today in a quiet Stock Market session. A the 2 . Dow Jones average of 30 industrials Losers held a 7-6 Lead Over gainers among new York Stock Exchange listed. Issues. Big Board volume came to just 12.66 million shares As of mid afternoon. Analysts. Said it was difficult to get a Clear picture of Market sentiment in the midst of year end tax mane vering by investors. British Petroleum the most Active nose Issue dropped it to 15%. Blocks of 800,000 and 233,600 shares traded at that Price. The Nyser a composite Index slipped .11 to 52.23. On. The american Stock Exchange the Market value Index fell .28 to 124.33. 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Uniroyal us steel Upjohn Winlon West Gei to Lith last 43 �/2 25% 43v4 101/4 44vb 2sv7 4vo 59 9�/2 50 16% 247/a 2v/b 28v4 51% 40�/2 25% 29% 13% 48v2 30 /2 33�/4 33% 28% 57 17% 27 117v4 50% 27% 34% 30 45% 20>/4 15% 44v4 48% 49 i 3v/7 29vb 17v2 26/0 la a 26/a 64v2 15 be 39 263% 31 42 v2 21 21% 6% 46% 25% 27 12% 25 24 17�/2 47�?T/b 63v4 55 48>/4 15% 38�/? 20 .18 be 26 a 5v4 46% 35�?~/2 31 26v2 84% 22va 28 14 30 16 43 31v4 31v4 37 29>/2 34>/s 39% 46 34 a 27ve 49�, 9% 41% 15�?~/4 8v4 30% 35% 18 18v4 19% chg. D �?~/2 d % d % to v2 to v4 u v4 is v4 u % Vij u % u % a v2 v4 u v4 d % u v4 u % v4 d % u v4 �/4 d % u % u % v4 d % d % u % 0 v4 u % u % d % u % v4 u % u % u 1/4 u d % d % u v4 d % o % u % u % u % u v4 u % v4 is a d % three injured in City wreck two Drivers and one passenger received injuries when their cars collided saturday at Highway 142 and refinery Road. Admitted to local hospitals were Lester Colbert with head and trunk injuries William Dixon with had trunk and injuries and Esther Dixon with head and leg injuries. Police said Colbert 74, of route 1, failed to yield at the intersection to Dixon Durant. Colbert was heading South on refinery Road when he struck Dixon a vehicle which was going East on the Highway police said. The collision occurred about 6 30 , police reported. Plainview meeting the Plainview Board of education will meet at 7 . Tonight at the Plainview school. Produce Okia Lioma City Prodica Oklahoma City apr the state department of agriculture reported the following prices today wheat by j.45-3.12. Beaver Keyes Liberal 2.45 Alton Perry on 2.47 Medford Muskogee Pauls Valley 2.s2 Banner Al Reno Geary it Kingfisher Yukon 2.53 Clinton Weatherford 2.54 Hobart 2.55 Manchester 2.56 Eldorado Okeene Ponca City Watonga 2.57 Lawton Temple 2.60 Houston 3.12. Parley by 1.30-1.60. Kingfisher Lawton Watt Mega Weatherford 1.40 Temple 1.45 Beaver Keyes Liberal Perryton 1.60. Milo cwt 3.00-4.15. Muskogee 3.00 Ponca City Watonga 3.15 Beaver Keyes Liberal 3.17 Afton Banner temple3.20 perryton3.22 Lawton Weatherford 3.25 Houston 4.15. Soybeans by Banner Weatherford s.26 Pauls Valley 5.2� Afton 5.30 Muskogee 5.50 Houston 5.90. Alfalfa Hay ton Chickasha Pauls Valley 60-70. Native pecans la 40-43. Broilers live la 20. Eggs Doz a Large 54. A mediums 4�. A Smalls 40. Livestock Oklahoma City livestock Oklahoma City apr cattle and calves 5200 moderately Active Slaughter cows mostly 1.00 lower bulls near steady no Early sates on feeder cattle or calves Utility and commercial cows 22.25 25.50/ a few Low dressing 21.75, mixed Cutter and Utility 23.25-23.75, Cutter 20.75-22.50, canner and Low Cutter 17.25-20.25 bulls 1000-1600 la. 30.0033.25 Good and Choice replacement cows 22.00-27.00. Hogs 1600 no Early sales Barrows gulfs sows or boars feeder pigs under 80 la. 2.00-5.00 lower All offerings Over 80 la. 1.00-3.00 higher us 1-2 30-55 la. 48.00-50.25. Kansas City livestock Kansas City to. Apr quotations for monday cattle 500 compared to last monday Slaughter steers and heifers steady. Compared to last week s close Slaughter cows steady. Feeder cattle and calves consigned for auction later this week. Slaughter steers part Load Choice few prime 1075 la 42.50 mostly Choice 950-1200 in 41.50-42.00 mixed goo i and Choice 40.50-41.50 Good 900 1250 in 38.00-40.00 Slaughter Helfers High Choice near 950 in 41.00 High Good and Choice 800-950 in 39.50-40.50 Good 750-900 in 36.50-39.00. Slaughter cows Tull Ltd and few commercial 22.50-24.50, few High dressing 25.00-25.50. Hogs 2,400 Barrows and gilts 1.00-1.25 higher 1-2 215-230 in 43.50 1-3 200-250 in 42.75-4350 2 3 250-260 in 41.50-42.50 260-270 in 41.00-41.50 270-285 in 40.00-41.00 2-4 310-325 in 37.50-36.00. Sows weights under 500 in 1.00 higher 500 in and heavier 1.50-2.00 higher 1-3 350-650 in 36.00-36.50 few head 35.50. Sheep 150 Slaughter lambs firm to 1.00 higher Advance on weights under 100 la. Slaughter ewes steady. Slaughter lambs Holce few a Ripe 80ni0 in 51.50-53.00 weights under 100 in at 53.00. Slaughter ewes Tull Ltd and Good 9.00-13.00. Estimates for tuesday cattle 1,200 hogs 2,000 sheep 100. Walk out continued from Pagel Sadat a foes hoped to achieve and pointed up the continuing disputes in the Arab world Over How to end the Arab israeli conflict. The five party declaration also called for a Boycott of Egypt Aii companies trading with Israel threatened a Campaign to remove the Headquarters of the 21-member Arab league from Cairo and expel Egypt from the league and appealed for support of Syria the chief remaining military threat to Israel. Field hearing is pm toned a congressional Field hearing in Oklahoma City on the development needs of Small towns and Rural areas originally scheduled for tues Lay . 6, has been postponed one week. The eco nordic stabilization subcommittee hearing has been changed to . 13, third District congressman Wes Watkins announced today. It will begin at 9 . In the Senate Chambers of the state Capitol building. The schedule change was necessitated when the leadership of the House of representatives called another week of legislative sessions to Complete work on unfinished legislation. Brown bag Bunch will see film a documentary color film about the american Indian a the forgotten american a will be the free feature for the Brown bag Bunch on wednesday december 7, at 12 10 . At the Chickasaw Library meeting room. This movie was filmed on location in the Southwest and in the Urban Indian communities of los Angeles and Chicago. It describes the minimal food and housing inadequate a National facilities and limited employment opportunities of the american Indian As Well As his loss of identity and self respect l oth As an individual and As a member of a vanishing and irreplaceable american culture

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