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Ruston Daily Leader (Newspaper) - October 30, 1959, Ruston, Louisiana vt f Huston St Tht Norfffc Loultbni Hill Country 1895 4 follow 1 959 20 Cattle Killed On Highway When Truck Overturns East of City KftUS To Broadcast Tech And LSU Over Weekend KRUS will broadcast three foot ball ganes over the weekend for spoil fans in this The Bear catJen game Tech A ctitlle truck accident east of here yesterday in midafternoon presented a touchy nroblem to mo torists traveling into A herd of cows ran amuck up down Highway 80 until two local cattlemen appeared the scene with saddled horses and began rounding up the ae of Route driver of the truck escaped serious in jury when the cattle transport ran Supper HeW At Simsboro Said Success The second annual ChickenSpa ghetti Supper and Carnival at the Simsboro School was pionounced a hip success by all who Wallace president of the ParentTeacher club said that Was collected at this event and this money will be used for some wor thy project for the Each room was decorated in Hal loween fashion and everyone en joyeri apple fishing for the Horror fun well as drinks and other g od things to A delicious ChickenSpaghetti supper was served in the school cafeteria from until At all the little spooks and goblins paraded and prizes were given in the original and purchased for the best Everyone then enjoyed a Grand mother Cake These tasty cakes were made and donated by the grandmothers of our Harrison said he wished to express his thanks and those of tlie ParentTeacher Club to one who had a part m the contribu the head ana once in the He Steelworkers Ask Court Work Order Injunction J Negro Shot In Gambling Argument Homer Love was jailed by the sherills department today charger with shooting Cole Willie Out ley Wednesday afternoon following an argument in a gambling Both men are Sheriff Riser said lie and depu ties Wilbur Williamsonand George Simomon had found him in the woods of town bleeding from pistol He had been shot twice in the once in and tion of time and supplies for this Almost eveiy and many friends of the school contributed to the success of the A special thank you goes to our lunchroom Curtis Lillie and Dean who worked long and was emergLMcy treatment at the Huston Hospital and taken to j Pensucola Saturday and the LSU Ole MSs game from the Baton Rouge The LSU game be a direct play by play broadcast with the score of the Tech game given every few iniiuites from telephone reports Bearcats must win their game with Jena in order to remain as a top contender for a berth in first Paper Bowl game in the new JonesboroHodge stadium on Thanksgiving After each Will be a round up of all games pf interest to listeners Game limes are listed as Ruston Jena Tech Naval Air Station LSU vs Ole out of control on a sharp curve Masonic Election Of Strickland Is High Honor The election a few days ago in Washington of Strick 33rd degree Mason of Mon as sovereign grand insjwctor general for Louisiana on the Su preme Conned of the Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freema Southern re flects nigh honor to the state and the Northeast Louisiana as well as to the Masonic sources point Described as Ihe Su preme Council of the the Southern juris comprises 35 states in this including Alaska and Haj and a number foreign These include several South i American in the Farj TcMwan Okinawa of the Ryukyu islands and the British crown colony Hong The jurisdiction has a I membership Vxceudiiig a half mil lion 32nd degree i Governing body of the Scottish j ihe Supreme Council is limitj 33 sisnn a live is head of j the order in Scottish Kite consistories in tlv state are at Baton j New Orleans and Lake A grand master of the Grand Lodge the State and Ac epied id holds Humorous high During the Scottish Rite Supreme Councils which is held IVCtfy in iwo other Northeast Louisiana Otto Passman and Robert of were recipients of tlie 33rd Free masonrys rank They are also past nuiKters of lhn Louisiana approximately three miles east of Baker was taken to the Rus lon hospital and given first aid He was soon I is employed by the Jordan 1 a cattle and livestock firm located in Traffic svas stopped both ways for about half a mile at the scene of tlie No other vehicles were The truck was carrying 121 cows when it jfcknifed on the snapin Twenty or more ol the cattle were After consider able horseback the cows were cleared from the highway and driven into an area not far from the i i The engine and cab of the large truck was heavily Wreckage was finally towed into oOo Hal Montgomery Shows Prize Stock Hal the 13yearold son of Harold was a warded top grand champion for his Santa Gcrtrudis bull and hei fer at the Louisiana Stats Junior Livestock Show this week in Tlie seven month old heifer was later sold for They were shown in the breeding class stock and won the admiration of all cat Montgomerys ranch is at Doyline and young Hal is remem bered by Ruston He includ ed his stock in the 4H herd that was taken from his neighborhood in Vssior WEATHER Charity Hospiial in Monroe where his condition is described as criti The sheriff reported Love said they had been gambling and Outey had won some money frcm j They began to argue about how he 190Thousand Idled As Effects Spread Over Notion hard to insure the suppers success I had won the rioney and Love de Maximum Minimum Observation Barometer NO RAIN 70 51 60 also to Curtis school cus for all the extra David Lee Hays services as an able cake auctioneer were greatly We also express thanks to our many friends Irorn the neighboring towns of Arcadia and other communities who were present and made Organ Recital At First Baptist On Sunday Afternoon organist at ths Trinity Baptist Church in Okla homa City will play an organ reci tal at Hustons First Baptist Church Sunday November I al Jackson is rv Ruston to as sist in the musical ministry during a revival meeting at the First Bap tist This outstanding young musician has played in many chur ches throughout the United He has been the aatured muieian at summer assembliesin Ridge North Carolina and Gloriet New During his lima as a page in the United States Sen he did some music work at the National Church in A naturally spit ed Jackson brings an unusual skill of interpretation U tile dedicated technique of a well trained The program will include Rig audon by Andre Choral Concerto 2 in H Klat Prelude and Fugue in Pavane by Robert lege and by Marcel Dui and Improvisation on Hymn arranged by i Avcry pastor of the First Baptist extends a cordial invitation to all the people of Ruston to hear this young Air Force Band Delights Three Audiences of LTCA Off to a flying start was the Lou isiana Tech Concert Associations new vith Ihe triple ap pearance of the United States Air ioive Rousing good music was in order I rum the playing uf the National Anthem to the closing Salute lo the Arnud Services manded it be When Out ley refused to givo him the money Love drew a pistol and shot him four 102 Cases of Candy Sold During Recent JC Halloween Drive One hundred and two cases of candy was sJlri in Ruston and im mediate vicinity 10 complete the JC This represented a total of pounds of candy purchased by peopie Jiving within this Funds collected from the sale came to the amount of j House to house canvas sales were used in selling this large quantity I of Joe oi Rus sold and Walter Sav1 sold 50 j Pearce JC group i has announcd that this sum of money collected will be used to equip their small disaster ware and various wearing apparel are stored in the warehouse for emergency purpos and will be issued to families whose homes are destroyed by j This sort of tragedy occurs Irei Colvin We are called upon to help families at a momenis notice from to time i llirougluiit Hie Annual Revival For Grace Methodist Church Begins 1 The annual for the Grace Methodist Church will Ingir Sun November and will con clude November Services will be conducted al 1 each Gucst speaker at the revival will be Douglas of Various groups and will be featured and throughout the course of the revi The official board will nice Monday Tech students will conduct a meeting Robert Goss and Glenda Edmiston with patrolman Ned Causey to attend the policemans Halloween party Saturday night Ruston Police Department Annual Halloween Treat plan night The kids will He The Ruston Police Department Once rsai will sponsor an open house party Halloween tomorrow at the city police so watch out Have plenty station inthe Halloween Trickor of treats around the front room for those tricksters vheh they conic calling at the door Saturday night or else be prepared for one their Treat ir according to Chief Actual time has not yet been re but come around anytime after tricky i ricks Chief of Police O kids will be and it seems Only fitting that perhaps al least once The chief is asking all Hustons TnckorTreatcrs to drop by the kits should be allowed a liftle station during the early hours of jnicie rein they usually get the night and get some of the treats there fur At the same the youngsters can learn something about Will Be Buried al 10 Funeral services for Otho age will be held at the Spears Kimball Darby Funeral Home October at j 10 Land died Friday at 1 He had suffered a long Land was a retired business and a inemhcr ol tiv Presbyterian He served in World War His survivors includehis j Lillian Bagwell Land a Arledge Bridge Texas j one Ronald I and six grandI He had two brothers Jim and Jcorge both three sisters ONeal and from day o say lets not too bold around here Saturday After it takes a lot of scrub bing to get that soap and other develish markings off windows and car gla Sometimes it takes hours or even a clay u run down those signs thai got accidentally misplaced dur ing the hectic night of Have tun good wholesome fun the cbiel And now you not try too many of the tricks Quite often playful tricks lead into something a liitle more after all the city po lice will be around in forceon Hal loween But everybody can have fun en After thats what bewitching night is for Causey Named On Dairy Board Clyde both of Choud The E assisted and the Interment wil wood Causey of Ruston has been appointed to a special subcqmmit lee of the Louisiana Farm Bureau of and Dairy Advisory Committee to study of i the stales artificial breeding pro President Lovell McFadden will of by 1 be ni the Grcen said the fiveman commit Scorpions Attack Survivors In Mexican Town By DPI Authorities in Mexico are work ing clesneratly to kcep a major dis aster from becoming A landslide wiped out the village of taking perhaps SOU The fate of residents of a flooded town in northern Colima State is in Only the steeple of the towns church can be seen above the flood Ten coastal villages ore reported wiped off the map by storms and high Ten small freighters were The situation is worst at the site of Swarms of scorpions and thrown from their nests by the are attack ing Antivenom serum is being rushed from Mexico but the roads into Minatitlan are All the devastation was causftd by a cyclone which hit Mexicos West Coast on If the deaths at Minatitlan are confirm ed the overall death toll will be more than There are fears that the final figure may be double WASHINGTON United Union haft mally IT Supreme Court to review the injunction oidering steel workers back to Tiie appeal made iii As the strike goes on the natidns ocononry gfriw in creasingly more evident In auto nearly tvdrk ers have been laid oft becauikol steel shortages Almost were idled by industrial giant eral The effects of strike being ielt other In Cold if every four breadwinners laid oK because of the sffike Southern Itaihoad laiti off 170per oOo ready for him in opera if he of the Wednesday Colonel Howard deserves lavish pniise lor his thoroughgoing achie vement as conductor of Operation His Harry and Ihe director of ihe Singing Robert share in Iho trail lor a really bangup produc ever gives up The Singing could have carried the evening Their selections from Americana of such universal favorites as and Blues j were accompanied by considerable I iooipatling in the These I fellows nave got rhythm and talent An intcresiing note to the Ladies of the and children Uogram Friday Plane Wreckage Found in Cuba Shreveport Church by Bomb SHRKVWORT UPliShreve port authorities today invest i HUling a homemade bomb blast which M windows at the Shim Joseph Catholic Church and The Reverend Marvin Borddon says he has no reason u suspect anyone and only in bis Some nuts must have i Especially applauded al the even i ing perlormance were the Four j Contrasting Marc lies from i and Ihe conductor and iiis bam responded with encoie of A solo hit was Arinnnd singing of lie prologue i from 1 His voice is rich and his Judian sounds and his presentation ol this poignant favorite uas highly to Hie audience which gave him an enthusiastic ilere is a boy has a plucf j j is the fact that it was arranged by a member of the Air Force His al rangeinent of Nuiioiril the Milli was also a feature of the The trumpet trio by the ilnee Sergeants Arthur j tal olfic John Liigh was of u colorful display ol skill and me was Ihe well known Bug lers Holiday by Anderson At thi reading of the the United States Air Force Bund will have concluded its third con cert during a Iwvniyfoitrhour per iod in This is the first lime the LTCA has offered a triple performance for its Throe limes fie band of our 1iiited Slates Air Fone gave oi its ihriUpaeked enler IIWANA The wreckage ol a plane that may be that of missing Cuban Army Commander Camilo been ii the north ot Cuban Army plants have taken of to searvb the CiDan aviation and govcrnimn lg are checking a report a plane in Cienluegos has been since yesterday lie and three other persons to llavuiia from umaguey in a small An amateur radio operator s ivs he has received ihni signals heard indiraling that the plane dnvn on the nerlli coast I Annual Meeting C of C Slated An annua meeting of the mem liirs o I he Cluiinljer oi will be luid in be otfices of the lucal of in jiromplly at 7 j II has bccii lha n loial ol Jd mcmbtrs bineeded 1 ii he meeting lor ihe This i is in comDinatiun the icgular monthh of f i First Basketball Scrimmage Tonite toe will study tin pivsenl opera tions I the artilicial breeding program as it applies to improving Louisiana dairy The inem I bers will be asked to report their I and recommendations to the Dairy Advisory Committee next Malcolm Doughi rty of committee said the sub committee members will be invit ed to meet sometime in to outline their plans and needs for the Causey of Lincoln Par ish Farm Bureau representative on the statewide Dairy minute Baptist To Study Book of Job hi Weeklong Revival For the sixtysecond time in bis pastpi of the First Baptist Church in Big Texas will discuss the Book of Job during his visit with Hus tons First Baptist Church the week of November No book in the Bible speaks more cle to the problems of modert man than does JOB Archibald MacLeish wrote a prize winning modern drama on tlie theme of He called his play and it has been an outstanding Broad way But a modern drama cannot grasp the full significance of the truth of The keen in sights of a dedicated minister of God who has made a lifelong study of ibis Rook of Job will be what OBrien brings to For the past 18 years this lanky West Texan lias been pastor of tlie First Baptist Church of Big His entire ministry has tieen in the The Irish in the man comes out in a keen sense of humor and a sparkling AH of which enlivens iiis messages in the manner ol liw great OBrien is a graduate of HardinSimmons University in Abi Texas and of the Southwest ern Baptist Seminary in Cornimg with OBrien is Homer JacKson of Ihe University of Jackson is orga nist for the Trinity Baptist Church in Oklahoma An Outstanding young Jackson is one of unusual persons wlui is born to make Each even ing at lK15 Jackson will play a piano recital us a pre sons in bile dealers in Miami report they will soon have to atari laying off sales v Steel negotiators met at 2 p EST tin the focal point of the has moved to Washington attorneys tjiey appeal to the Supiei today or tqmorm ers will injunction under law be set A thnd steel cqmnarj Kaiser and ing ari i steel union late last inent Steelworkera a key isfuem range5 for top Three mally can ftcreasev to 15 per cent under I based bnthe mortyc yquearn theory The wage structurein industry ii pay and skill as yot placedrin gradeil Mi the A grade of Mi for Government abow fht an l average gteelworker4 etrnfedHill an hou6r in the montH fce iore the strike This includes overtime inemtfa pay and C It is calculated hy the Bureau at Labor statistics each The Labor Department Uyi ttw wage inedBured m tllftf are higher than i In most other The figure comoarcs with f auto workers and for workers as a group the United Steelwork Set STUi IAPTIST fmgt D Local Art Work On Display Here Saturday Afternoon ally leading futgos was Castros Cien ihe heros o The 1ist nl the year will be held in the Me morial iymnasium al Tech at Coach Crowley said tlu public is invited to watch the boys and see they look be ire the season Kight of tin1 1U Icltermen return ed Ihe Only and Rich rdx were lost lo Ihe Returning stars Mil tonight who Ruston sportsmen J Season tickils i UK games will Mild on the campus within Ihe lew weeks Ihe win will work arc familial1 to include Mercer and anOlsrmilar art work done by school child 1 ren be on display lHginning Saturday October in ihe windows i Ritchies Uilt Shop and the Ituston Ollice and Photo Arl paintings and drawings of a more aluli nature will appear in Ihe at Hiiclues iilt American Art sjxinsored by the American Artists Hrotessionil begins in Huston and towns ol Linciin Parish on No vember and continues through November The Lincoln Parish chairman for Arl this yeai Is Hank Fra Mis Drew Hays of Huslon is the Stale Director of American Art Week An exhibit of art studfiil woik is now on in the Arl Jallery in Koimey liall at Louisiana Throughout Iho yar La Arl Department foa turcs student shows and very fine professional travelnig art exhibi tions on display in llw Tech Gallery tor all students and the public to The annual American Art Week has sponsored ijy the Artists Leagiu the pusl twentyeight Uniisiana winning first place in the nation twice during the past ten Kverycne is invited to see enjoy Ihesc displays of puinliiigs and an in their own home towns and during the period 01 American Ait art and drau ings are on exhibit in museums and other public historic centra throughout the Arl IK something to enjoy in very iifld of life every minute of taiii Many times is simple iKaiiy iixuxl in live of Around The Corntf i Jiii We I bought Halloween luM ready started thin mornlrtg jut it was only a group of the gathered on Keep tt bowl of gooditi front door as it nuiht b4 ittjl for a hand out on J Tlie AAUW gaU will this week und you soinetliinjjj to fit yqpt if you Joe Richardson has bwt pup but since he kfcwit JMlVf name he is to fet lie ww Uut heidlng tor The Bearcats will you can to go tp night and yell fur the race for the P Dean rat bowls blooming kin in her Tech uttis admire while on vtelt t
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