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Ardmore Daily Ardmoreite (Newspaper) - October 19, 1970, Ardmore, Oklahoma The daily a re Loreite Ardmore/oklo., Mot Idoy october 19/1970 deaths and funerals Paul Sperry funeral services for Paul Speery 619 c n.w., will be it 2 . Tuesday in Bettes memorial Chapel. Rev. Dan Barfield will officiate. Burial will be in Hillcrest memorial Park. Sperry died Here monday lie was bom Jan. 3, 1905, in Lebanon Indian territory. He mar tied Bernice White in Ardmore on aug. 8, 1940. Lie lived in Ardmore All his life. He was a retired grocery Man. He was a member of the first presbyterian Church Ardmore masonic Lodge 31 of amp am. York rite of Oklahoma and the Mcalester consistory. He a was a 32 degree Mason. He a member of tho a Dinero school Board from 1951 in 19,5�. Bearers wiil Bociey Givens. A Don Cummings Ray i uric George Connely Virgil Owens and Howard Keener. A survivors include his Wiff Bernice a of the Home one daughter mrs. John Paula rho Des Ardmore a son in Mew. Larry , Ardmore one sister mrs. Jewel Mae Albro Dallas Atid one grandson. Services will to under the did Section of Bettes funeral Home. G. 0. Jackson services for q. O. Jackson will be hold tuesday at 2 . In first methodist Church in Tishomingo with the Rcv. ,1. Hoggard officiating. Jackson a former rancher and Peanut buyer in the Coleman Community and had lived in this area All his life. He died in an Oklahoma City Hospital saturday after a lung . Survivors include his wife Margaret. Services will he directed by Chapman f funeral Home it if Tishomingo. Claud a. Faulkner Ringling services for Claud a. Faulkner will be at 230 . Tuesday at sixth st Church of Christ in Ringling with Ruel Wilson minister officiating. Lie will be assisted by tie Rev. Melvin Looten. Burial will be in Odd Fellows cemetery. Faulkner was born in Courtney i. To. On april 9, 1894, and was a resident of the Ringling area most of his life. He married Ada Skinner on aug. 14. 1912, North of Ringling. Lie died in an Ardmore Hospital Early sunday after a Long illness. Survivors include his wife Ada four daughters. I Eona Dodson Christine Harbour la Vona Dillard Retha Gayle Allen two sons Earl and Dale All of Ringling a sister Lucinda Skinner Las vegas n. M. 11 grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Reser funeral Home will direct services. J Arthur services Are pending at Harvey funeral Home for Arthur c Hall b23 d who did suddenly at his Home this morn ing. A i he was born May 8, 1888 at Mesquite Tex he had lived in i Ardmore since 1909 and was in the real estate and insurance business. Hall was a member of the american legion Post no. I5, Mcalester consistory Ardmore Lodge no 31, of amp am first presbyterian Church where he had served As a Deacon elder and on the Board of trustees. He was a member of the school Hoard for a number of years and a Veteran of world War 1. Survivors include his wife Eli a a daughter. Maria Hall Brantley Ardmore and a grandson. Mrs a a. Johnson services tor mis. A Lohn son were to be graveside in col Unobia. To. At 2 30 today i she is the widow of the late or. I c. A. Johnson of Wilson and Ardmore. Survivors a include a Niece mrs. Charles ii. Potter. , Tenn. George e. Ivins Marietta a services f o r George e. Ivins 66, will boat 2 .10 tuesday afternoon in. The Baptist Church in Rubottom. Brother Cleve Gay will officiate As isted by brother Clarence Mcgowan both of Ringling. In. Torment will be in the Rubottom cemetery under the direction of Goodrich funeral Home. Bearers will be Billy Morris Bruce Griffin Gene Jackson in aul Chamberlain Ronnie Carroll and w. F. Jackson. Ivins was born at Rubottom on july a 1904. He had been in poor health for the past year Anil died saturday in an Ardmore Hospital where he had been for two and a half weeks. Ivins had lived in love connive his entire life until moving a id Lii Ngung two years ago when he retired from farming. He married Oma Hogue at Courtney on nov. 8, 192.j. He was a Iii inner of Jesus name Ciu Ortii. At Ringling. Survivors include his wife Oina of the Home in Ringling three sons Melvin Ringling Otis Jim town and g. We a Garland Tex two daughters Helen Hartman Lindale Tex., and Hatlie Mae Welch Marietta three Sisters. Ora Mae Bull Bonduel . Ruby Wake Liana Gainesville and Emma in dwell Garland Tex. Three Brothers l. C., Las Cruces n. Mcx., Charlie st , Tex., and Troy Phoenix City Ala. One half brother. Jack Oklahoma City and 20 grandchildren. Bertha Ruth Williams Sulphur a services were to i be at 2 . In st. Paul a Metho-1 dist Church monday for Bertha Ruth Williams. She died saturday in an Ada Hospital. Officiating was to be Hev. Farris Weaver with burial in of Klavun cemetery in Sulphur. Mrs. Williams 1110 West Wyn Newood. Sulphur was born feb. 1, 1911 in Chelsea. She came to Sulphur in 1953. Survivors include her husband .1. Of. Of the Home a daughter mrs. Joyce Allison Sulphur one step daughter mrs. Kay Mcclanahan Maywood Calif three step sons. Tommy Williams Midwest City Harold Eugene Williams penile calif., and David Williams Waco Tex j two Brothers w w Layman a and Floyd Layman both of Tulsa one sister mrs. Ruby Prescott Oklahoma City and seven grandchildren. Dunn funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Suez continued from Page i i lems Quot mrs. Meir said. A All Riad and his government have to do is recreate the situation according to the cease fire agreement and talks can begin j Rogers says he has spent hours going Over the . a reportedly taken by u2 planes a and the evidence is conclusive that they have moved Nus Sites i ses employees to tour area a group of soil conservation service biologists conservationists and recreation specialists from across the nation will tour recreation developments in Southern Oklahoma tuesday and wednesday. State resource n. E. Rowley Stillw Ater said the group of 25 pcs employees will make the tour As a part of a two week training course being held at the Agency a regional training Center. Fort Worth Tex. Rowley said the group will leave fort Worth tuesday and travel to fort Sill. They will of Seive Meas ires Ai d recreational Devi Iii Iceni. At the tin Hilary and at the Washita mountains National. Wildlife Refuge. Rowley noted that the soil conservation service had re Ceraiya completed a natural resource conservation plan for uie 4, 00-acre military reservation. The plan provides for solutions to soil erosion Stream Poilu Iii fire control Anci resource related problems. The . Army will instill phases of the plan Over a period of years As its funds and personnel Levels permit. The conservationists Are scheduled to travel to Lake Fuqua wednesday morning and observe recreation facilities installed there. They will also Lour the recreation area constructed by of Lindsay in the Bear-1 Lybarger creeks watershed project. Rowley said both Duncan s Lake Fuqua and Lindsay s recreation area were built through the Washita River flood Precen Tion project. The involved City governments and local soil and water conservation districts cosponsored the projects and Cost sharing and technical services were provided by the soil conservation service Rowley said. After leaving Lindsay the group will lunch in Pauls Valley and visit Turner Falls Park in route to Lake Neustadt located North of Ardmore. Lake Neustadt is a water Supply and recreation Reservoir built by the pcs and the City of Ardmore a part of the Washita River Oro Jeet. The tour will include a Stop at a come Vercial camping site on Lnterstate-,15 before returning to fort Worth. Syria Coli tinted from Page i against Israel. He has the Back i ing Quot of the egyptians and has tried to bring about better relations with Iraq which is ruled by a rival Wing of the baath party. Although l baathist leaders rushed to Damascus fran throughout Syria trying to work out a Compromise Between military and civilian wings of the party the syrian capital was reported Calm band parents meeting Ardmore High band parents will have their first meeting thursday at 7 30 p in in the band room. Get action continued Porti Page Structure was so altered and edited that the Ietter did t even make sense. Some indication should be made in the column that letters Are edited and not printed in full. As a result of the modification of letter Basic Wiiest on was not answered by or. Ware. My question is Why Don t we have a standardized lunchroom program which would Cut the Cost of meals thereby reducing the need for financial Aid to needy students mar Ardmore. Sorry that in condensing your Long letter to fit the space available we missed the main Point of your question. This time your letter was much we have quoted it in full. Bill Ware City school superintendent said the question of whether to serve cafeteria style lunches As they Are doing versus having a a class a Type lunch plate the same for All students is much More complicated than your question indicates. The cafeteria style has the advantage of giving the students a Choice of foods which the older students much More than the elementary children seem to prefer and a student can choose a Light lunch of for example a Green salad Rolls and butter and milk for about 20 cents. A Standard lunch plate would Cost around 40 to 50 cents with no Choice of anything less. Ware said there is also the problem of having enough room. The Ideal would be to have both standardized lunches and cafeteria and to feed All 2,177 Junior and senior High students but this will not be possible until the High school Complex is a tilt to provide the added facilities. Sign your name to All out action letters. Only your initials will be used in the newspaper but the letters themselves must be signed in Case there is need to Call for information. Marietta girl makes Progress a 7-year-old, Marietta girl was a progressing satisfactorily monday in Ardmore memorial Hospital after suffering Burns Over 35 per cent of her body Froin a backyard fire. Jean Bruce daughter of or. And mrs. Herman Bruce 309 w. Creek was rushed to the Hospital Friday afternoon by Oklahoma Highway p a t to i trooper Bill Burgess. The fire apparently started when fumes from an overturned Gas Oan were ignited by a trash fire Burgesss Aid. He said the child was burned most severely on her Back but also had Burns on her and legs. She was in serious condition saturday. Only two thefts reported to police criminal activity slowed Down during the latter part of the weekend and Only two thefts were reported to City police. William k. Harris jr., hox har a duty told patrolman Dean Plank and Scibert Musgrove that 12 stereo tapes were stolen from his car while it was parked at the skating rink each la e Cartridge Boro Harris initials in Green he told police the theft was reported at 4i3 . Sunday. It. Don Waters investigated a breaking at the Home of Gene Wigod 35 Acron ave., sunday afternoon. Wood told him that he had been out of town and his House was locked up from tuesday through saturday. When he returned Home he discovered that the House had been broken into. Taken was a Brown suit Community Calendar monday Ardmore key club 6 . Chamber of Commerce. Civil air patrol 7 . First Presl interian Church. American legion Post no. 65, 7 30 . Legion Hall. Toastmasters 7 30 . Chamber of Commerce. Of music theatre 8 15 ., Goddard Center musical review the Best of Broadway tuesday Myca morning Slym Nastic course 9 30-10 30 ., Myca. Downtown kiwanis 12 noon luncheon Owca. Dav auxiliary 7 00 ., 939 Lake Murray drive. Myca adult beginner Tennis course 7 ., 9th Avenue amp b Street Tennis courts Sam Durham instructor taking enrolment for next two weeks. Ardmore duplicate Bridge club. 7 30 ., downtown club Ardmore civic chorus 7 30 ., Goddard Center. Southern Oklahoma concert band -7 30 ., High school band room. Ardmore professional writers 7 30 . Loraine Armstrong j 829 e. Broadway. Women of st. Philips 10 ., i Parish Hall Region v president mrs. R. E. Adams guest speak i or. I wednesday i air Park Optimist i 30 a a american flyers cafeteria. Women a Golf association pairings 9 ., Dornick Hills country club. I Yma exceptional children a i fundamental swim course 910 i Terrorists continued prom Page i killers. There was blood on the floor. Detective sgt. Albert Lisacek said it was believed Rose May have used the Bungalow but he did not say what ted police to this belief. Police officials said Security in Montreal and the surrounding areas is tighter than Ever before in history. Up to this morning 326 persons have been arrested in sweeps against the Fly which seeks Independence for French speaking Quebec through revolution. A Monti Eal police source said the measures being taken Are merely to help with investigation of the kidnapping cases and prevent any incidents Between the Public and authorities. He said there is a no conscious Effort being made to suspend or infringe on civil liberties. Rose was involved in a 1968 controversy at Perce on the Gaspe Peninsula when 25 Young people occupied a building. Abner Biard Perce mayor said the youths bothered tourists and when he and others protested he was threatened by six or seven organizations including the Fly the abductions of Laporte and Cross both 49, signalled an escalation in the Fly a a War which began seven years ago with bombings of patriotic statues and mail boxes. Voting continued from Page 1 elves of the states. In the balance Are perhaps 17 million votes enough to swing a presidential election or change the composition of Congi Ess. On one Side was the . Government arguing the constitutionality of the Law s principal provisions on the other the states of Oregon Texas Arizona and Idaho arguing Congress had exceeded its authority. The Law signed june 22 by i president Nixon gives the vote i to 18-year-Olds, ban a literacy j tests in All states for five years abolishes residence requirements of More than 30 Days to vote for president and requires All states to provide Absentee ballots. Alt Tough Nixon and several Justice department lawyers have expressed misgivings about the i8-year-old provision the government decided to defend it against suits brought in the High court by Oregon and Texas. Bishop Hines is honoured a we can no Binger afford churches whose real Model is a vanished universe a presiding Bishop John e. Hines told More than 10,000 persons at the general convention of the episcopal Church in Houston saturday Bishop Hines was honoured with poems Many versed songs and gifts saturday on the anniversary of his election As presiding Bishop and the 25th anniversary of his consecration. Or. Charles Wille elected vice president of the House of deputies. For the first time women Dele Gates were seated in the House of deputies which was formerly All male. Most heated debate during the first week of the convention concerned the general convention s special program which was approved with guidelines giving the Bishop s More say in its administration. The executive Board of the National Church was reduce cd in size to 30 members. Resignations were accepted from four Bishops Kellogg of Minnesota. Bishop Voge-11, of Haiti Bishop Moody of Kentucky and Bishop Gunn of s. Virginia. Two dioceses were authorized the diocese of Wei Tern Kansas and the diocese of Southern Alabama and Northwest Florida. Donations continued from Page 1 tial hopeful filed a full Public report with Congress voluntary muskies local treasurer lists $163,000 raised by this group going into october Many of the contributors Are scattered throughout the nation including such donors As the chairman of the Board of ism. Labor is pouring some of its largest contributions this fall into a hidden fund raising group known As the a Harrison a. Williams . if he wins Withams is slated to become chairman of the Senate labor committee As a result i of the defeat of sen. Ralph w. I Yarborough d-Tex., in a Spring primary one hidden group tor a Senate candidate a Aid it wanted to make everything Public but could t find a Way under . Mrs Fred Israel of the . or senator Commil i tee a which raised More than at a cocktail Buffet for the 1h68 democratic presidential non Nncy. Said a pc looked for a Way to re port it in Washington and there j Lio Way. We wanted to. But we i could test drive a do Tsun Jess Mitchell motors 721 West main i political Calendar water weight District judge office no 1 Kenneth shilling Burke Mordy office no 2 Tom Shaw Joe county commissioner District 2 Joyce Taliferro problem use Lim excess water in he body in be in will help you lose excess wafer Wei tit we drug�?620 West main Teco mined in Only $1.50 for your own pleasure a puzzles a Craft kits a gift kits your Center Ray s office Supply 4 w. Main phone 223-6376 kill All Roaches spiders ants Silverfish Etc with $095 guarantee get your free Home inspection Mckee co. Now a licensed a /. 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Gibson s discount pharmacy 1211 North Washington phone 223-5115 test drive a Dat Sun Jess Mitchell motors 721 West main guaranteed used washerss29.95 and up automatics s49.9s and up 2v used to s 529.95 with picture tubes s4� 95 $5 Down and $5 monthly Nance Maytag 7 East main 120 West main 223-5062 223-3488, the daily Arri Loreite is w Bywy. P o. Boy in Ardmore of la h401 subscription Raies in Oklahoma by Carrier and motor route in City of Ardmore. I year .00 6 month. 9 month�.5.j5 i month t .7s by crier outside Ardmore. Eit ceo Mofor routes. I year 5? of 6 month. 10.� 3 month. 5.?s 1 month. 1.75 subscription rates in state of Oklahoma payable in Advance by mall 13% sales tax included 1 year. 15 of 6 months. 7 50 3 months. 5.00 1 month. I.7s a subscription rates outside Oklahoma Arabia in Advance by atoll to All of twist 1 year. $19 00 6 months. 9>. A of months. 5.� i month. 175 san Fla copy Loe daily t sunday punished sunday for Tings and each week Day afternoon except saturday entered As second class matter at Etta Posi office in Ardmore Oklahoma second class postage old at Ardmore. Oklah a a . Postmaster. Send notices of Undell ver cd copies to Box i33s. Audit More okie 13401. Radio ear hearing Aid service Center Holiday inn a tuesday october 20, from 1 00 to 4 00 . We specialize for nerve Type hearing losses. Batteries and service for All makes. Free hearing test. Phone for evening appointment conducted by mrs. Juanita Williams Ada Branch manager attention Quot Quot Miracle deliverance Temple pastor c. W. Wood or. You be heard of the old Quot Brush Arbor Quot Days when the Power fell a god s not changed Heb. 13 8 revival in Progress with. Ray amp Joyce Parker evangelists 315 d Street 7 30 . Nightly All Majtlis and races Welcome giant . Console to a Maple or Walnut we bought Iso of these Lobell to you Reg 17�95 249.95 o did you know a that . Puts a $35 Power transformer in a heir Ana White sets am a others have substituted a $1 00 tube. Rel nil . Morris furniture 1022 w Broadway Lennox heating and Cooling come on Down and save up to s years to pay Landrum refrigeration night 223-57941 11 ird ave. N e. A 223-1158 we make impressions Sprekelmeyer printing 12 c st. . Honest to goodness shoe savings special group 2pr. $f-00 for d Lynh s shoes 2.12 w. Main with a first National personal checking account you Check free with an Mei a Bali Nch of $300 free personalized checks too the first place first National Bank and Trust company Ardmore Oklahoma a member . Giant family size so Deby Side refri6er�,t0r 1970 Model any color 7q095 Reg. 599.95 1970 factory closeouts 17 cd. It. Frost free 2-dr refrigerator 63 in Stock any color res. 329.95. H. L. Morris furniture co. 1022 w. Bywy. 223-1940

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