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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Ardmore, Oklahoma 2-a the daily Ardmore Ite Ardmore okla., sunday february 4, 1962 news in Brief police ready Paris apr tanks were poised outside Paris saturday night and More than 25,000 anti riot police stood ready in the City to repel the uprising a which a great Many frenchmen think will be attempted by the Rig having secret army to break up prospective Independence of Algeria. In Algiers and Oran where the terrorist european underground has gunned Down opponents in the Palm lined streets in an Effort to keep Algeria French troops and police also stood Edgely Alert. Oklahoma City apr James Hoffa the controversial president of the teamsters Union made his first visit to Oklahoma saturday for a dinner affair that attracted dozens of protest pickets As Well As 1,600 dinner guests. Hoffa was accompanied by his wife to for the a Ajo Hoffa dinner sponsored by Union local 8s6 which is chartering an auxiliary to Derao crat Republican Independent voter education drive political action subsidiary of the Union. Informed by newsmen on his arrival at will Rogers Airport that the dinner site was to be picketed Hoffa said pickets would be invited into municipal auditorium to join others for the dinner and hear speeches. Buenos Aires Argentina apr defying his powerful critics at Home president Arturo Frondizi declared saturday Argentina a refusal to vote for expulsion of Cuba from the inter american family was a blow for a the Basic principles of self determination and in a warning to the United states and 13 latin american nations voting to expel Cuba at Pun to Del Esie Uruguay Frondizi said the death of these principles would turn the hemisphere Over to a the Law of the Washington a the space Agency plans to launch the fourth to Ros weather satellite this week. The National aeronautics and space administration said the launching was scheduled a in the near tiros in will be almost identical to its predecessors except for a considerably improved Lens sys tem for one of its two television cameras. United a congolese la arranged soviet . Zorin. But against the Bate on the a Ted. Nations . A Premier Cyrille Adou saturday to talk with Delegate Valerian a. He said he was still Security Council de Congo that Zorin Init funerals Ruben Williams funeral services will be at 2 30 . Tuesday at the Corinth Baptist Church for Ruben Williams i who died thursday in a local Hospital. Officiating will be Rev. C. M. Franks with burial at Clearview cemetery under direction of Ragsdale funeral Home. Survivors include three daughters mrs. Helen Berryman Ardmore mrs. Roberta Parrimore Maypearl tex., mrs Mabel Hamilton port Laid Ore. One i brother seamore Hendricks six grandchildren and 40 great-grand-1 children. Gomer Pennington services Are scheduled at 11 . Tuesday at the graveside in Rose Hill Ometery for Gomor Pennington Ardmore who died Friday in a Norman Hospital. Bettes funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Pennington was born March 18, 1895 in Ardmore where he lived most of his life. A retired grocery Man he was the son of the late j. R. And Nettie Pennington Pioneer residents. He was a world War i Veteran serving As mess sergeant with the Luth engineers bn., 36th division. Pennington was a member of the presbyterian Church and the american legion survivors include a brother James Pennington Tucson Ariz. And three Sisters mrs. Finances Ferguson Oklahoma City mrs. Nettie Clements Ardmore and mrs. Helen Woods Booneville to. Renfro continued from Page 1 there dec. 29 and was returned to Carter county jail. Nippy a trial is scheduled at 10 . Feb. 12. Mullins and Renfro will be tried feb. 14. They Are formally charged with murder while engaged in the commission of a felony. Both Are slated for trial together but have the right to request separate trials. Jerry Milo Brown 25, fort Worth the third Man charged in the Rudi Sill Case has been convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment. His motion for new trial also was overruled. The defense announced its intention to file the Case with the state court of criminal appeals general s father Dies Oklahoma City a John Earl Maxwell Taylor father of Gen. Maxwell d. Taylor died saturday at i Home Here of complications from a broken hip received in a fall nov. 3. Future continued from Page 1 declared. The turnout for the appreciation dinner honouring Monroney was far a greater than expected. I of he Ardmore City commissioners were present and mayor p. M. Brigance made the welcoming speech. Monroney s a p p r a c nation award was made by Georg Tompkins Ovar teat National airlines president and National airline carriers association president from Washino Fon d. C. Other airline officials at the banquet included de Daly world wide airlines president and Harold Cope trans International airlines president. Both Are from California. Earlier Friday afternoon mrs. Monroney hosted the wives of the City officials and other officials at the Dornick Hills country club. Monroney a Campaign chair Man Mike Massad introduced the senator to the crowd. Pigman was master of ceremonies and Rev. Edwin w. Parker pastor of thet first methodist Church gave the invocation. Representatives from Wilson Healdton Pauls Valley Marietta Davis Sulphur Wewoka Tulsa and Oklahoma City attended. Representing the Ardmore chamber of Commerce were Dean Rutland president g. P. Middaugh who is also chairman of the Airport Board and chamber manager John Sauerwein. Unable to attend but sending telegrams of regret and congratulations to Monroney and Ardmore citizens for their economic Progress in Southern Oklahoma were Albert u. S. Sen. Robert s. Kerr Pauls Valley Industrial corp. And Roy Grimes past president of the state county commissioners association. Kerr in his Telegram pledged continued support in the economic development of Southern Oklahoma. Highway bid opening set Oklahoma City apr the Oklahoma Highway commission on feb. 23 will hold its biggest Road project bid opening since january of last year. The commission will open bids this month on 31 projects estimated to Cost $6,131,905. The estimate on projects offered january 1961, was $7,888,438. Highway director f rank Lyons said the feb. 23 opening will cover More than 60 Miles of Road construction including some 56 Miles of paving. The project list will include eight overpasses one underpass and six Bridges. Tulsa county will get the largest amount with projects estimated at $1,719,812, interstate Highway projects included in the list total an estimated $810,947. Heart fund drive starts in Ardmore the Ardmore Junior chamber of Commerce started its heart fund drive in the City saturday by distributing canisters throughout the downtown area. The drive will last through this month. About 35 Jaycees participated in the projected Parkerson club president said. New chairman of the project for the Jaycees is Julian Noland who replaces Leonard Saffa. Kennedy signs Bill Washington apr president Kennedy sighed into Law saturday a Bill to ease the tax Impact of an antitrust decision against the Dupont co. Springer reported in Good condition Harold Springer Ardmore attorney who was injured Friday in a one car mishap South of the City is reported in Good condition in a local Hospital. He suffered a head laceration concussion and minor facial injuries. Highway patrolman Don Burrows Marietta said Springer. 46 was apparently travelling North on us. Highway 77 Early Friday afternoon when he lost control of the Auto and it smashed into a dirt embankment and Power line on the West Side of the Highway. The mishap occurred approximately 4>/i Miles South of Ardmore. Damage was estimated at $150 to the Auto. Senator continued from Page 1 will be presented with the request for funds and if appropriations Are made the next major step will be elections in each of the participating cities to determine if they want to take part in the $13,340,000 project. C. Roy Bigbie real estate amp insurance Roy Bigbie broker Geneva Bigbie said pm. Ca 3-6697 Ardmore 1037 Northwest blvd Lone Grove Honor pupils Are listed Lone Grove five straight a students led the first semester Honor list in Lone Grove Junior and senior High school Estle hallmark principal said Friday afternoon. The five a students Are Marcille Graves Junior Don Gardner Sophomore Janice Matthews eighth Grade and Freddy and Teddy Nichols seventh Grade. Honor Roll students no Grade lower than a b and an average of 3.5 Are seniors a Janie Price and Ber Netta Hammett sophomores a Carol Genn ninth Grade David Risner eighth Grade a James Folsom and Judy Denney and seventh Grade a Becky Hattensty and Danny Price. Honor Roll students for the third six week besides the above in elude Linda Risner and Donna Sears sophomores and Edward Proctor and Maurine Jones eighth Grade. City Man booked following wreck Willis Eades 55, route 1, Ardmore was booked at City jail shortly afternoon saturday after he was issued citations for failure to yield the right of Way and drunkenness in connection with a two car collision at the intersection of 1st Avenue and e Street be. A passenger in Eadess Auto identified As Louise Eades 11, was treated for cuts and bruises at an Ardmore Hospital and released saturday afternoon. Investigating officers said Eades was driving South on e Street when his vehicle collided with one travelling East on 1st Avenue driven by Forrest gig Aham 51, of 620 to st., new. Damage was est Mateti at $200 to the Graham Auto and $250 to Eadess car. _ lettering Bowling shirts uniforms your own personal pattern open for our 15th year Miller s Ernie and Pran Miller Corner of Broadway and a be a Ardmore Oklahoma put your advertisement on the Back of your employees 3 e. Main Ca 3-0673 we gives amp a Green Stamps n0wca1.zr air conditioning to your heating system for i Coo Only normally priced $595 remember Yoo two i get More c00lih1 per Dollar carries savings certificate you save $100. When you present this certificate to us toward the Purchase of a 2 or 3-ton Carrier add on unit to your present Central heating system. Limited Tims offer feb. 1 to March 15 payments less than $15.00 per month first payment due in june Hoyle Holt refrigeration co. 19 a new Ca 3-5434 gop continued from Page 1 would have some 10 candidates for county offices in the 1962 primary. The republicans had no candidates in the 1960 election. These include one for a Justice of tie peace Post two for commission jobs and others tor court clerk sheriff Constable assessor and treasurer. Candidates were being discussed for both state legislature posts he said but none were definite. Gop candidates will probably announce individually next week Morrison explained. A there Are lots of places i could put my savings but the Bank is the place for mine. My deposits Are Safe earn interest for me and Are Handy when i need the Cash. Besides if i need a loan i can borrow where i save. You can to beat that now can you a Why not open your savings account Here for banking think first of first National a Bank Ardmore okla. 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