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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - February 16, 1953, Ardmore, OklahomaMonday february 16,195s the daily Ardmore Ite Page three by i will be welcomed Nihon rotary Wilson Reb. 18 special a in Roon oration with City officials the Wilson rotary club will present a special program tuesday noon March a Honor in the Oklahoma Gas and electric company Wilson a newest Maior Busi Ijes Enterprise. The utilities company a was Pivon a franchise by n vote of fi4 to 13 in a recent special election. Walter Douglass rotary program cd Nirann asked for this special of amp a Hay in View of the tremendous Welcome the citizens of Wilson extended the company. Joseph Kennedy president of the in Oklahoma Malcolm Morrison vice president and other High officials of the company have been invited to attend this one line. To addition Many of the of rings of the Southern division in tiding manager Frank in Hlgren chief Engineer apus Johnson in Ineer har e pretty construction Cotton Sparks and other employees and officials will be present. Morrison and a croup of of amp of officials were in Wilson last week inspecting the process of the reconstruction of the old municipal system and were Welt pleased at the favourable Public reaction As a result of their coming into Wilson it Morrison told mayor Charles r. Mettry construction costs will exceed the original $43.000 estimate by $22,000. Under the terms of the contract with the City of Wilson the City could buy Back this $65,000 on three years notice for a Little More than $40,000. Morrison inquired about the City a financial affairs and was pleased to learn All old Bills had been paid and there is a surplus which would permit the City to make Many needed improvements in addition to improvements made since the electrical system was leased. At the time negotiations were being made to lease the system outstanding Bills owed by the City were a major consideration and the of amp a officials offered if necessary to Advance a full years lease rental to help pay the indebtedness which fortunately was not needed. Home destroyed by sunday fire the Home of Oscar Mynyard but Driver for the Enville school in love county was destroyed by fire sunday evening. Minyard lives the Enville Community near Marietta. Only three mattresses a Chest of drawers and a chair were saved. Whipped by a High wind the House burned within a Short time and the fire extended to some of the outbuildings. Or. And mrs. Minyard have four children two daughters 8 and 14, and two sons 12 and 16. Mrs. Minyard wears a size 40 and her husband is size 38. The Guilin willies Enville or mrs. Roy Mcbride Telephone 3603-w, will receive Calls of those wishing to help. Atomic Energy and far East lice s problems by we. A. Mcgalliard form editor army rules Mexico City pm new rules for faces went out to Mexico a soldiers today if beards Are worn they must be Short enough not to cover Collar insignia. Although women in Europe often received education equal to that of men in the monasteries from the 6th to the 10th centuries such practices died out and were not revived until the 19th Century. Collins rites held on monday services for James Madison Collins 80-year-old retired grocer will be monday at 4 p. M., in the Central Church of Clorist. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial Park. Collins who died sunday morning in his Home was postmaster at Mannsville Johnston county before coming Here in 1927. He was born july 5, 1872, in Macon a. He came to Oklahoma in 1893. His Home Here was at 803 sixth Avenue Northwest. Surviving Are three sons Dick Collins Tacoma Wash. Charles Collins Odessa Texas and j. Collins jr., Ardmore eight daughters mrs. John r. Guynes Dalias Texas mrs. Julian m. Smith Kingston Marshall county mrs. George b. Wolfe Madill mrs. Blackwood Saunders Purcell mrs. Don Hatley Lubbock Texas mrs. J. C. Manning Hugo mrs. Peter f. Clark Ardmore and mrs. Lester Gilstrap Oklahoma City and 12 grandchildren. His wife Margie died sept. 7, 1950. George Carter minister of the Central Church of Christ will preside at the rates. Credit for old Buck s Flowers due mrs. Turner if you Are covered by insurance the answer is obvious. That a Why so Many Wise car owners invest in Tate Protection. Spare yourself bothersome litigation. Spare yourself unnecessary costs. Invest in our Money saving insurance. See us for Complete insurance Protection Tate insurance Agency Birt Tate 201 Little bldg. Phone 48 a the hundreds of oklahoman and texans who admired the Mammoth a horse shoe Wreath that adorned a old shoulders during the big feature at the closing Day of the fort Worth fat Stock show and Rodeo gave some Texas Florist a lot of credit. However All credit bestowed on the texans went for nil. The huge Wreath was donated by mrs. Waco Turner of Ardmore and prepared by Scoufas Florist of Ardmore. Holley rites to be tuesday mrs. Maud Holley 60, route 1, Ardmore died monday morning in a local Hospital. Services will be tuesday at 3 p. M., in Harvey Chapel. Burial is to be in Pruitt cemetery. Survivors include five daughters mrs. Bessie Fuller Ardmore mrs. Earl Payne Pauls Valley mrs. Melvin Nichols Ardmore mrs. Avery Smith Wichita Kan., and mrs. Jim Fisher Oklahoma City three sons Ivan Holley j. L. Holley and j. V. Holley All of Ardmore one brother Leslie Lasiter Ardmore 15 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Dale Lasit Ardmore is a Nephew. By re creator Washington president holds White House conferences today touching on far Eastern policy and atomic Energy. A week end announcement indicating both of these topics would be taken up on the same Day stirred speculation that the Long debated question of using atomic weapons against the communists in Korea might be under study. There was no hint of such a study from the White House or from any of the top ranking administration congressional or military figures involved in the two meetings however. Purpose of the meetings was not disclosed. Eisenhower arranged to meet first with Republican leaders of Congress. This is the regular monday morning strategy conference but with two new faces chairman Chiperfield r-111. Of the House foreign affairs committee and chairman h. Alexander Smith in. A of the Senate foreign relations subcommittee on the far East. Smiths presence indicated the far East was one of the subjects Likely to be taken up. Sen. Taft of Ohio the Republican Leader said he expected a discussion with the president of the Over All foreign Aid program. Taft said he assumed the president is ready to talk to congressional leaders about authorization legislation for the Aid program. Such legislation merely would Lay the groundwork for later appropriations which would set the amount of american help to european allies. Eisenhower has asked Congress for approval of a Resolution repudiating secret International agreements. Taft said this proposal also might be discussed adding that it would a take a lot of study to determine whether there still agreements which have not been made Public. Eisenhower also scheduled a meeting bringing together the top ranking officials of his administration with Gen. Omar Bradley chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and members of the atomic Energy commission. Between meetings Eisenhower planned the second in a series of bipartisan luncheons for members of Congress. Eight democrats and nine republicans were on the guest list. Much of the speculation about Eisenhower a far Eastern plans the possibility of a new offensive of a blockade of China of a United nations embargo on shipments to red China of the use of the a bomb or of atomic artillery were potential subjects for the morning meeting. The whole top Echelon of the Eisenhower administration was called in for the subsequent atomic Energy meeting vice president Nixon Secretary of Desense Wilson Secretary of the Treasury Humphrey under Secretary of state Walter Bedell Smith Deputy Secretary of defense Roger m. Keves Gen. Bradley Allen w. Dulles head of the Central intelligence Agency the secretaries of the army Navy and air Force James slay jr., executive Secretary of the National Security Council and Robert Cutler administrative assistant to the president. Open House town people of Madill and the farm and ranch people of Marshall county will have an Opportunity during a save our soil week feb. 22-28, to learn More about the soil conservation Job and the local programs for getting the Job done. Reports from Dale Ozment county agent and George Stokes pcs work unit conservationist show that main Observance of the week in Marshall county will be open House at All agricultural offices in Madill on i tuesday feb. 24, along with a county wide meeting for everyone interested in soil resources. Main speech during the big meeting will be made by or. H. J. Harper of the Noble foundation. Movies and color slides will be shown to portray the conservation Job. The meeting is to be held in the District court room. Offices open to visitors during the Day include the county agent and county Laboratory production and marketing administration soil conservation District Farmers Home administration and the vocational agriculture Fra department at Madill High school. Each Agency will have display of materials and information relating to their respective programs and personnel on hand for discussions and of questions for All visitors. The soils Laboratory will be available to test a soil Sample for each 4-h and Fra member free of charge during the week. Farmers and landowners will have a Chance to see the soil testing procedure in action. The idea of open House in the agricultural offices during the soil week seems like a Good idea to us especially for Benefit of town people and those farm peo Norman rites for mrs. Seitz services will be wednesday at 11 a. In the first Christian Church Norman for mrs. E. Seitz 76, formerly of Ardmore. Mrs. Seitz died sunday night in her Home after a Long illness. Burial will be in Billings mrs. Seitz was a Pioneer of the Cherokee strip. She came to Oklahoma in 1896 from fort Scott Kan. Her husband Charles Seitz was i. Prominent Farmer of Noble county. Surviving Are three daughters. Miss Carolyn Soitz of the Home mrs. Marshall Brackin Phoenix ariz., and mrs. Dick Jones Oklahoma City two sons Adam Seitz and Roy Seitz Wichita Falls Texas a , mrs. A. B. Stearns and one half sister mrs. Jessie ring Ponca City and nine grandchildren. Miss Carolyn Seitz was a teacher in the ave More schools. The family Homo Here was at 321 k Street Southwest. New officers Are named by class Dickson a the couples class of Dickson Baptist Church has elected new officers. They Are mrs. Carl Graham president mrs. Fred Collins vice president mrs. Wesley Ford Secretary treasurer mrs. Arthur Lively reporter. Mrs. Edd Doyle is teacher. The class has agreed to buy one $20 Block for the new Church building. Seal Sale in state hits new High in 1952 reports from every county in the state indicate that the 19. I2 tuberculosis Christmas Seal Sale will top that of the year before by approximately $13,000, according to 1. P. Nelson president of the Oklahoma tuberculosis association. Carter county a total was $4,730. Tulsa county leads the state with a total of $44,535 reported and Oklahoma county is second with $37,9 7, other counties with Large returns Are Comanche Kay Washington and Garfield. A it is encouraging to note the Rise a Nelson says a for with a Cut in Federal appropriation this year the state is left to make up the difference. If we Are to carry on the Long Range program of Case finding and health education which has contributed to the reduction of Oklahoma a tuberculosis rate a Nelson says a More funds Are president Nelson asks that All who have not paid for their seals do so As soon As possible so a Well defined budget May be established. A the past few years have seen an encouraging decline in tuberculosis deaths but now Many More cases Are being found in comparison to deaths than a i sincerely Hope everyone who has seals will buy them a repeated Nelson a for 94 per cent of Christmas Seal funds remain in the state to help combat always Stop. ,. Look and listen at Railroad Crossings. Civil defense radio network plans extensive Oklahoma City. A one of the largest problems confronting civil defense officials at the present time is How to keep radios going during time of a serious disaster. It is common knowledge that without the services of radio thousands of american citizens would never receive disaster warnings whether they be Man made or acts of nature. For the past three or four months top flight Federal civil defense officials have been working on this project with the assistance of several leading radio authorities. The result to Date is a Small cheap and compact receiver set which could be carried with the individual at All times. This receiver set would Only receive civil defense warnings and could not be used for any other purpose. These compact radio receivers for the individual combined with the services of the automobile radio would prevent the loss of thousands of lives in time of a disaster. Here in Oklahoma an extensive disaster network has been established by the a Ham operators a with the state being divided into 15 disaster areas. Almost immediately after receiving a warning the Ham operator in the particular area relays the message to the county civil defense director and then to the state office of civil defense where additional Aid May revival moving info third week tonight the Lighthouse Assembly of god Church swings into the third week of the revival with evangelists Bud Chambers and Otho Allen. Attendance has been at an All time High. The sunday school attendance set a new High yesterday with 405 present. Extra chairs have to be brought in to seat the people in most every service. Twelve conversions were reported yesterday a id the entire meeting up to now has been satisfactory. The Public is cordially invited to attend these services. Be supplied to the stricken area. There is Little doubt that the Ham operators in Oklahoma would save a countless number of lives during time of a disaster. Help Fok Zittu Chndler for coughs and acute bronchitis due to colds you can now get Cream vision specially prepared for children in a new Pink and Blue package and be Jure 1 your child will like it. 2 it contains Only Safe Rorea ingredients. 3 it contains no narcotics to disturb nature s processes. 4 it will Aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed Throat and bronchial membranes thus relieving the cough and promoting rest and sleep. Ask for Cream vision for children in the Pink and Blue package. Creo Mui Sion for children in Ami coi Ikhi Stiert cold aet for rent Sanders Edgers smoothers wheel Bau Jane alignment balancing re bushing Shuman machine co. Phone 2030 120 s. Washid Goa 519 West main Ardmore plate Glass co. Phone 2020 bonded roofs approved Carey roofers heating air conditioning Sheet Metal Huston Peterson co. 118 b. Main phone 19t0 Enterprise he club meets with mrs. Morris the Enterprise Home demonstration club met feb. I 1 in the Home of mrs. Troy Morris. The meeting opened by the president discussing the different phases of work for the coming year. Mrs. H. E. Tynes won the grab bag the members of the club made plans for a Valentine party in the Home of mrs. Hubert Davis. The members exchanged their secret pal gifts. Mrs. John Bogle gave a demonstration on How to prepare beet seed for quicker germination. Ruth Lynch gave a demonstration on swedish weaving. Club members present were mrs Troy Morris miss Maye Clen Denin mrs John a Bogle mrs. Babe Price mrs. H. E. Tynes mrs. Frank Mitchell mrs. Theron Goodwin mrs. Frank Maddox mrs. Ben Williams miss Ruth Lynch mrs. Harry Wolfenberger mrs Vester Nichols and one visitor mrs. Talley. Pie who Are not already working on a Good improvement program i for their farms. Non farm people generally should be much better informed on soil conservation problems and programs. Too often general knowledge of these things is limited to Reading of critical editorial in a publication rather than based upon real local facts. A visit to a few of the local offices a look at the work the agencies Are doing and talking to local employees will go a Long Way toward correcting some of the misinformation that is causing some people to withhold their support from the soil programs. Jefferson county Hugh Dewoody county agent at Waurika reports that Jefferson county 4-h club members led the entire state in winning of medals last year. The boys and girls won a total of 55 medals. The next four counties were Tillman Washington Mcclain and Garfield. Hugh says he is having complaints from All parts of the county about damage from Worms. They Are cutworms and army Worms and they Are causing heavy damage to Oats wheat Rye vetch and Alfalfa. He says a the Worms seem to be Well distributed in All areas of the county. Many Farmers Are reporting their crops completely wiped out before they found the trouble especially when they have not seen the crop in a week or More. A these Worms should be fairly easy to handle. We Are recommending the use of to Laphene at the rate of about one and one half pounds of actual Touxai Henc per acre. This Means if you Are using a 20 per cent dust you Nee l to apply 7 to 8 pounds per acre pm the required amount of in trial . Either the dust or liquid Spray May be used. Quot in the event Tox Athene is not available a 3-5-40 dust May be used at the rate of 15 pounds per acre or 3-10-40 dust at the rate of 10 pounds. Calcium arsenate at the rate of 1.5 pounds per acre should also be Efferpi e a but our first Choice is to Laphene applied As explained above a it seems that in most the Worms Are entering the fold from Fence rows m pastures. By spraying or do Ting two Oit ree rounds on r inside of the Field ahead of the Worms we Mav be Able to Check the Damace without having to treat the entire for colds try cold wave capsules and cough syrup at Martin drug phone 5 Gums fitted or. W l. Miller optom�xri8t Etc examined 225 w main phone 1777 see Ardmore finance company 314 West main phone 1989 220 Adana building reminder remember the big dust storms of the Early 1930 a Well a Vav this morning could have been 1933 As Well As 1953 Here in Ardmore. The dust billowed in sunday night from the Plains of the Northwest in the grand manner of the old dust bowl Days. It penetrated Homes and automobiles and Public buildings laying a Fine Brown film on everything. Now that we Are apparently in another Cycle of drouth years like the 1930�?Ts, is it possible for us to have another dust bowl soil conservationists say it certainly is possible. We have made a lot of Progress in soil conservation work. Many acres of Oklahoma Texas Colorado and new Mexico Are now protected with permanent cover of grass and Timber. However there is still plenty of blow land unprotected and when the drouth and High winds come we have dust storms again. If we Are actually entering a Cycle of years with Little rainfall it is not too late for Farmers and land owners to get a protective cover on More of the land. A visit to local agricultural Agency offices will St full information on methods of tying Down the precious top towns with a population of Between 1,000 and 2,500 showed a 77 per cent reduction in traffic fatalities during 1952. 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