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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Daily 1959 Old Sandstone Columns May Spark Debate By DANIEL BAPOPOBT WASHINGTON the Senate a hill creal Pome 24 pieces of Id of 11 utnrv mav snark J JONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE The measure was approved 81 22 on second reading but by 7826 vote to get the neces sary twothirds majority for final action on the It will te among the first bills sched uled for debate The House passed and sent American history may spark in teresting national They are two dozen sandstom columns on the East front o the capitol that will be replac ed by solid marble Bight now the columns al 24 of them are lying on thei Bides in front of the capito which is being No one gave the 140yearoli eandstone pillars much though until they were seen in thei present unceremonious posture This comedown from the days they served as statel backdrops for presidential in augurations was too much fo a number of historically con scious Soon the Washington and Times Herald called to suggestions from its readers 01 what could be done with them Ideas began to flow Virginia gentleman on growing commercialism around the Pa Civil War though the columns would be perfec for that Someone else felt theyd look lovely flanking the Reflectm Pool between the Washingto Monument and the Lincoln Me Pos Still another reader wante to give each of the original 1 states one of the columns and leave the rest as a landmark in the District of an area incidentally already wel endowed with monuments am The Post hopes to gather mot proposals in an effort to stlmu late public Architect and historians have joined th fight and are uttering the bat tie the a few of the mor aestheticminded members o Congress are maneuvering in the Their aim I create an advisory boan made up of scholars and arch tects and attach it to the legis ilative group entrusted with dis positions of the Everyone is agreed there 1 more than one good idea for th The prohistory groui jiist wants to make sure some thing Is and that something be Around April 1 the capito architect will report to Congres on the condition of the columns then the 10ton pillars wil continue to serve as monument to the working force blasting away at the th We Rent Sewing Machines per month We Deliver and We do Make Belts and Button holes and Cover Buttons Repair All Types Sewinr Singer Sewing Machine 125 Collin Dial TR4S05 It Acts Like Magic On type DIAL TR48256 ARCHERY Cocn Terry and Yoak um The Senate Finance Commit tee continued its look at the State Board of Water Engi neers but most of the senators went Theyquit Thursday until The House voted to work its first 5day week this When I ran with the bow and arrow I felt like Cus Oliver Where did siKAKS Very all those Indians come from Milton dean of He reluctantly accepted Christ will be amendments to cut the Hill the speaker Tuesday at Country and other plush hunting Johns Episcopal church at fvsirrt fVm nf tVlo HPlsV onaalran fnfmpvlv W8S areas from the aim of the Tex as He took time out to introduce two more tax Offers Other Bills One would put a levy of five cents a gallon on the first sale of soft drink It also would place a three per cent tax on the aggregate gross receipts of the first sale of the He said no estimate was avail able as to what it would bring to Texas depleted but similar bills in Louisiana net the state three million year and in West Virginia 15 million dollars he The other bill would place a five per cent gross receipts tax on persons or companies that service gas and oil wells with cement and other bulk The House forced Bill Hollowel of Grand Saline to withdraw his bill to give special vehicle license plates to nation al For all practical the representatives killed the measure by amending it to allow special licenses also to be issued to all service or Hollowell didnt like The House Liquor Regulations Committee discussed religion for several hours before sending to subcommittee proposals to cue Christians Kll Patrick of the bill o would require licensing of scrap Other bills introduced luded those by George McCoppin Texarkana to eliminate annual ir biennial licensing of the state departments and require issu ance of continuing or perman ent The hill said the present method is and has no offsetting ad vantage to justify this prac Abe Mays of Atlanta to provide a minimum salary of a month for each school DUS driver to be paid from the oundation school Louis Dugas of Orange require registration of all illcraft and gliders in the harging fees not to exceed Frates Seeligson of San easurer to sell distilled spirits x revenue stamps at the reg ular price and doing away with The speaker formerly was rector of Lukes church in and is the national chaplain of Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity for which he was na tional president He has been trustee of the Theological Seminary of the and also a trustee of the Quin Foun He is a member of Phi Beta Phi Kappa Omicron Delta Kappa and of the Blue He is also national trustee of the Church Pension Fund of the Episcopal and has been deputy to three general conventions of the NEGROES CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE highly recommended by Miss Winnie superintendent of nurses of Memorial Hos Massey informed the committee she opened a negro convalescent home here last August with little or no out side financial help and has in curred opposition from among her and she was enlisting the aid of the committee in finding out why she was meet Ing She said she sought to rent the Negro Com munity Center for the purpose of holding a fundraising ban quet to get money to help operate the and her re March llth oclock Psychology Club will sponsor the an nual AllWaltz Program at Kinsloe with John Remonte as March 12th oclock Senior Class of 1959 will present Mid night a in Corsicana High School Audi ffT receive financial aid from the rro Community Founda tion from Louis Wolens saving Catholics were not tion from Louis oens ChVufians because some drank but since unnamed persons had beer on He answered a carried false reports about her question saying he thought the reputation to the Foundation et and dry issue pretty divides Wolens she has heard noth l to f orth Thanked the committee to investigate the find ut for itsel that the asper she said had been cast wou requre censng o sca metal dealers make them her were unfounded and see pay a 10 per cent gross receipts to it that the true facts were J who made known tolhose from whom she seeks Chairman Dawson appointed of ns a subcommittee to look into CARSONS PHARMACY FLOWING VELVET By JACQUELINE COCHRAN1 authorising the state I tn onll enirUe g27 WEST COLLIN STREET the two per cent discount lowed when stamps are purchas ed in lots of or Dont Baruiin With Yom SONOTONE 627 WEST HERMAN RHOADS 4th SINCE 1944 TB4S131 SAVINGS All who save will not get And full they wont But also know Theyll have less Than those who could and Saving money should be a even if a silent of every marriage 4 On Savings Compounded SemiAnnually CORSICANA FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN EACH SAVINGS ACCOUNT INSUKKD UP TO 506 State National Bank IHONE TR45701 he John chair organ and Adams ask his group to meet with him Its assignment Immediately Mowing the general Morgan immediately reported at as a supporter of Mas ys home for the indigent of s had contacted Winn nd had been advised that Corn unity Center would be avail 3le to her said a result of his he w no reason for the commit e to check with the center of hut turn its attention to her factors in the opposition the convalescent The nubcommittee was in ructed to look into all aspects the situation report Lister submitted to the com ittee the fact that a number negroes are patients of Mem ial Hospital and that he and hers are interested in read 1 in the newspaper when one their race is a Elmore Hudgins was appoint by the chairman to check ith hospital and newspaper to quire why the admittance nd dismissal of negro patients requested the e check with the city govern ent and find out why road iprovements and furnishing of ater to the negro cemetery had ot been realized from the venue derived from the oil lls in1 the He recalled that the city au orlzed negroes to set up n com itlee to submit recommnnda ons to the city on improve ents to the and re irled street rnishing water and a genera eanlng up one time of the metery grounds had been yet had ot been carried He con ded that the city had built a to provide new road ay into the cemetery and in alled three gates recommend d by tha negro Snys Funds Rfiady He estimated that more than is In the an amount e considers ample to finance IB improvements rerommpnd 1 and which he said were Manager Knight was asked v Dawson to confer with city fficials to see if these recom endatlons could he carried In reality in the near President Whpelock expressed CALENDAR OF EVENTS February 27th to oclock DraneColllns Sock Hop will be held in the Drane Junior High February 28th oclock Chapter will meet In called March 2nd oclock Morning Study Johns Epis copal will meet In the home of John 1704 with Hastings and James Gordon serving as oclock Womans Society of Christian Eleventh Avenue Methodist will meet in the home of Jim 1104 West Fifteenth oclock Womans Society of Christian Eleventh Avenue Methodist will meet in the home of Jim 1104 West Fifteenth oclock Afternoon Study Johns Epis copal will meet in the home of Glenn 1617 West Second with Grace Binford and Mary Edens as oclock Christian Womens First Christian will meet in the Hostesses will be Edens Calvin Williamson Worrell and John Whitten will serve as oclock of Witnessing will be reviewed at the meeting of the Business Womens First Baptist oclock Collins Junior High PTA will meet in program session with Joe Parks as An executive meeting will be held at 7 in the audiovisual oclock Evening Study Johns Epis copal will meet in the home of Glenn 1617 West Second March 3rd oclock Missionary Cumberland Pres byterian will meet in the home of Howard West with Metcalf serving as James Ragan will be program oclock Business Womens Westminster Presbyterian Womans will meet in dinner session in Fellowship March 4th oclock membership committee of Kinsloe House will present Robert Wooddy in a review of Secrets of SelfMastery by Ditzen as a feature of membership oclock Band Parents Association will meet in the Band Room of the CHS Members have been urged to oclock outstanding religious adapted from Sophocles will be presented by the Drama department of Austin College in Fellowshiu Westmin ster Presbyterian March 30th oclock National Secretaries Association will present Lyn Dockum In a piano program at Kinsloe with Miss Lillian McClure as his appreciation to the commit for its noting he considered each of the 20 or more standing committees of equal importance to furthering the program of the Chamber to make Corsicana a better place to Private Jobs Irk Maltese and fires broke out at the British navy dock here today when Mal ese dockworkers received notice that a private British firm Is taking over the Police used tear gas against he Flames could be seen from the center of the city across the bay Tom the The superintendent of the Lee was struck with several stones before he gained the shelter of an The rioters set several cars including one belonging to a British naval Police said that despite the violence the situation was un der Several including the aircraft carrier are undergoing refitting in the Malta Is a strategic British colony In the situated about half way between Suez and It lies 60 niles south of Sicily and 180 miles east of The dockworkers received lotices in their pay packets to day that the British Admiralty can no longer employ The notice told them that Bail eys of a private British shipbuilding and repair was pleaded to offer SICK AND CONVALESCENT Memorial Hospital There were 107 patients Fri day Admitted Ruth Bran don Dorothy Brown Bobby Sutherlin Gene Grizzle Greg Longino Vfary Ennis Viola McNutt Simmons Adele Ennis Louise Galloway Helen Sanders Dean Woolrich Named To Head Turkey College AUSTIN University of Texas officials said today that for 22 years dean of the college of engineer had been named consultant president of the new Middle East Technical University in Woolrich and Harold international adviser of the United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organ next week for London and Paris for briefing conferences before going to An Woolrich will handle the Mid die Eastern institutions presi dency until a Turkish citizen is Betty Maxwell Linda Peacock Dawson Ann Coker Cayuga Purdon Connie Dismissed Eugene Tucker Carl Cockerham Leon Sykes Ethel Franklin Willie May Fullerton Minerva Christian Mary Poindexter Christine Wat CIIEVKNNK Rpmfpr find ndrlsor on nil iroh Slip will help you whore othprH She van rend inltul Ilkp nil open Hen lirr rid of yinir White anil minioil HH She Is lixutiil on Mr Indian Henri Boones Grocery and Market 1019 NORTH 20TH The Very Best Of Home Killed Meats THE PRICE IS RIGHT SEVEN DAYS A TRY OUR Saturday and ITS GOODI BUILDING OR REMODELING Carpet With MAGEE Other Famous Brands HONEYS QUALITY FURNITURE FOR LESS 205 South Main Street DIAL TR43737 LAUNDRY Over 50 years Of Outstanding 117 4th PHONE BUTANE PROPANE FARM AND HOME TRACTOR CONYEKStONS Jack Bigony CONOCO WAREHOUSE PHONE TR4B561 405 South Main Street ic ana CLEANER O V I N ARE YOU MOVING O I Let us preplan that move for We have jobs booked for each section of Will be in South Texas next We use only experienced furniture Bonded and Insured Local and Long We Operate on Larger Movers of Fine Furniture Since 19371 Elton Marr Moving Storage CORSICANA MEXIA ATHENS ENNIS 1434 Weet Sth Dial TR44221 O VIN lotion Farmers Meet Friday An estimated 100 Navarro ounty farmers attended an mergency cotton meeting at he courthouse Friday Will ASC office man conducted the It was called by the county ASC Plans were made for last min ute efforts to encourage farm ers to release their 1959 cotton allotment Persons were appointed to call on farmers who have not yet released their acreage or indicated they will Deadline for releasing eot ton acreage is Friday today It Is also the deadline for re questing released CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE1 Judge Bowden said there must have been misunder that he had set the trial for 9 The Justice of the peace ear Her this week announced he would do all in his power crack down on six of whom have coma fore his court In the past ten He also showed a concern for wives who file against their husbands and then want to drop the charges the next THE Things To All By All Taken For Granted OF RUNNING A HOME NEWSPAPERS Take for example your own favorite The index of its contents is an index of your interests a listing of and an answer to your Help for you and your home Instead of struggling singlehandedly with scores of the home thanks to your has recourse to skilled experts whose counsel and help is always at hand when 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