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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Custodians Are Invited Attend Safety School All building custodians churches and industrial establishments in Corsicana in vited to attend a school on fire safety March 13 in Waco Fire Chief Char ley Tleman announced The McLennan County Fire Protection Association will con duct the school and is asking fire chiefs and fire marshals of all surrounding towns to help publicize it to the custodians for whom the school is design A registration fee is re quired for each custodian at Registration blanks are available through Chief Tleman to any church or Indus trial establishment wanting Bend its respective The school will be held at the Associations headquarters a 2501 Montrose street in Bell Chief Tleman said he though1 this would be well worthwhile tc all custodians who can at Sun Want Ads Bring Results Slaving To Meet Morgage Payments REFINANCE Let us help you re shape your home loan with payments sized to your STOP BY TODAY NAVARRO Savings Loan Association 212 West 5th Avenue Dial TR48251 Texas Corporation Court A purse reported stolen from a car on the East side was overed Thursday night by Of icers Milton and Hall who re torted the complaining party declined to press 7he officers answered a call o 07 East Fifth avenue where 2ddie Lee Coleman of Dallas re lorted seeing two negro boy about 16 years take a wom an shoulder bag from a car parked In the Bob driver for Lonjj tiew Linen Supply company lotified police that about 15 allons of gas was stolen fron ils company truck while It was larked on the Navarro Hotel lol ictween Thursday ant Fifteen cars were tagged for arking meter violations Thura lay by Officers Coffey and Fines were report cfl paid on 23 Ministers Urged To Pay SS Tax Ministers stand to lose cer lain oil survivors or dis ability benefits if they do no the Waco office of the So cial Security administration re ported in Willie Mae field representative of the Waco of reminded clergymen tha some of them will never be abli to have their eainings from th ministry count toward thesi benefits if they fail to taki certain steps within the nex few Clergymen may have thei earnings from the ministry counted toward these benefit if they formally indicate within specified time their desire t have these earnings countec she Electric Shaver Sales Service REMINGTON SUNBEAM SCHICK NORECLO Louis Hashop Drugs Since 1905 Dial TR45891 NATIONAL GUARD CHECK STRANDED A Nevada National Guard officer checks the plight of a family of 20 living In a tent lent by a farmer after they arrived along ivith several hundred other migrant fruit and vegetable pickers before the start of the harvest Most of the families are living in make shift many without sate drinking wa ter and little AP Wirephoto Central Labor Council Will Be Formed Here Formation of a Central Labor Council in Corsicana plan ned at a meeting Monday night y a number of trade unions in he area and a committee was named to proceed with the for mal according to Annie Mac prcsi lent of Local United Matters and chairman ut he meeting Monday night at ho Lester director of Region 17 of will meet with the group Monday at at the courthouse for the rganizational Gra lams office is in Fort Speakers at Mondays meet ng included Jesse staff representative of United Stcchvorkors of Amer Blossom Hired At San Antonio SAN 27 PD Virgil super intendent of schools at Little when Central High School was integrated by fed eral troops in the fall of has accepted a contract to become superintendent of the Northeast Independent School The announcement was made by a member of the school He said Blos som had accepted threeyear contract that provides a salary of the first the second and for the third The school district lies in the northeast section of San An tonio and includes 12 two of which are the Robert Lee and Northeast High The district is Stoble said he contacted Blos som by telephone following a vote by the board and that he He Is to assume duties on July 1 arid replaces William Reader who Blossoms contract brought up by the Little Rock school board that resigned lasl Stoble said he applied or the San Antonio job short y The 61yearold educator was attacked by both integration sts and segregationists during the Arkansas integration dis Noted Fuqiiive Is Heart Victim LUCERNE VP A quiet death Thursday ended the adventurous life of the most famous escapee from Devils Rene Luclen au thor of Dry diec of an apparent heart attack in the clothing store he owned in this small desert Belbenoit was sentenced on a petty theft chaige to the French penal island when he was 22 His sentence was for eight He tried to escape foui was and his sent ence In after 15 years on the he and five companions fled in an open boat for British Port of All but one of his companions died In the months that follow in Barranquilla he was captured b but escaped again jcfore he could be turned ovei o At one time he live vlth Central American Indians Eventually he made his waj to the United States and started a long fight for citizenship ivhich in when h became a During his flight from Devil1 Island he carried with him 40pound bundle the man uscript of his It was pub ished in 10 languages in th late Many authorities say disclos ures of conditions made by Bel benoits book helped bring pros sure In France which finall forced the closing of the prisor One Two Hurt In Wreck o formerly of wa killed and and San Hill of Hubbard were seriousl injured in an automobile acci dent 15 miles west of Benjamin Thursday The As sociatccl Press Roll of driv cr of a furniture van involvec in the was only slight ly The Hills ate repoittod tc have been taking Suddetl home when the accident oc Suddeth and Mrs Hill were ca Miss Carmen Dal international vice president United Cap and Milli nery Workers International Union and Dennis Ala bama international representa tive of United Cap and Millinery Workers International The committee to meet Mon day to organize the Central Council includes Steel workers of Local 4710 journeymon Cosme tologists and local 670 Joe Glass Bottle Blowers Association Lo cal COLLISION FATAL of was kill ed in a headon automobile truck collision four miles west of here early Charles the truck driver from received critical injuries and was brought to Franklin Dies At Houston former resi dent of resident of Tex as died In the An lerson Clinic In Houston Fri day Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 from the UcCammon Chapel with burial n the Hamilton The will be conducted by Paul Baptist minister of Franklin left this community n 1947 to reside at Texas Surviving are three Ber HONEST RELIGION CLAUDE Fifth Avenue Church of Corsicana All honest religion Is based upon One who Is not truly convinced of what he claims to believe is making a pretense in his This makes him n He is guilty of the sin Ihnt Jesus despised so much Matthew It is fur there to make no claim nt all than to have a lying spirit in mak ing a false A man will miss heaven In either case but there is more hope for the repentance of on honest slnnci than there is for n false A mans religious faith Is determined by what lie 1ms beer or what lie has been convinced Is The burning ques tion for any person who entertains any hope of heaven Is this DY WHOM HAVE YOU BEEN The things you be lieve and practice In the realm of religion Arc they from heav or from men The Christian faith is based upon the word of Bi Faith comes by and hearing by the word of God Romans No one ciui hold to Ihe Christian faith wlthoir the teaching of It is written In And thej shall nil be aught of Every one that hath heard from the and hath comcth unto mo John No one can come to according to Jesus without tho tench ing of This Is the only thing that will make a Christian The teaching of God is in the When one believes and prac tices what ho learns from the he becomes n nncl a Christian It always takes something other than the to make anything more than JUST and a CHRISTIAN People must he taught humanly devised creeds to make them anything hut just a This is true with reference to nnj denomination which you may name it takes something more than the Bible to one a member of that The Bible makes nothing but To bo a Christian Is alt that God requires of anyone In order to obtain When a person goes beyond what the Bible says In religion he Is on his Whosoever gocth onward and abldeth not It the tccahlng of hath not God 2 John One canno honestly call himself a Christian who goes beyond the teaching of By whom have you been taught God or man Daily nice Floyd and Lloyd all of Texas City three daugh Irene Bnnis Joy Maria and Delores Hous ton four Larry Lee Texas City Per ry Lee Houston David Franklin and Harold Frank both of San Angelo Lenora Ranger two and Ada Ranger J two Cecil and Estlll and other Sun Want Ads Bring Your Want Adi to TR Your Friendly FAMILY DRUG STORE glad to serve you no extra P S PHARMACY 101 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