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Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas Baptists Reach JVo Agreement On Dallas Unit W DALLAS The Texas A Baptist Christian Education Commission closed its meeting Thursday without deciding whether an independent four year Baptist college can be established Whether the college should be built independent of Uni versity or as a part of the Waco school will be discussed hero Tuesday by the Texas Baptist Executive Dallas Baptist officials sought the Education Commis sions permission to build a col lege independent of Baylor Baylor trustees have declined to take up the question until The need for a fouryear Bap tist college in Dallas was stres sed by Harold co ordinator of the Education After there will be Baptist high school seniors grad uated every year from Dallas County high he said only 300 Dallas Coun ty Baptist young people attend Baptist showing the need for a Baptist school in this Haswell He addet that by 1965 there will be fe collegeage young people in Dal r las Tuesdays discussion by the Education Commission will iron out differences between Baylors position and that of Dallas area Baptists interested in beginning a campaign for officials new college Present Drama At Westminster An outstanding religious an adaptation of So phocless will be presented by the Drama de partment of Austin College in the fellowship hall of Westminster Presbyterian church Wednesday at The play will be directed by Paul professor of Austin Concerning Mr Deardsley comments A moral ity play about a woman who lived many years before the birth of Christ might seem a strange subject for religious the rewriting of Antigone in 1924 by Jean Anouih reinterpreted the con flict of Antigone in the light of Christian Antigone1 is neither Greek nor French nor American neither ancient nor Antigone is uni There will be no admission Friends as well as members are cordially invited to GROCERY DAMAGED SAN ANGELO Fire dam aged an MSystem grocery store about worth here late Firemen said the about started in a storage room of the huge which they fought foi two apparently FIND MANS BODY SAN ANGELO WVThe body of Samuel Clayton about was found floating Thurs day night in the Middle Concho River by a Relatives here identified the body which Sheriff Cecil Turner estimated had been in the water from 10 days to two Sun Want Ads Bring Results EYES Glasses Fitted Mack Gray Denson OPTOMETRISTS Phone TK44T71 202 North Beaton Street 6 95 GROUP 1 6 STROUBE IMPLEMENT South Highway 75 PHONE TR45031 MAJOR PlKE Salvation Army Names Officers Annual Banquet The annual Salvation Army advisory board dinner meeting will be held Friday tonight at 7 in the Navarro Hotel Cactus Room with Major William Texas Division as Election of new officers for the remainder of 1959 will be a principal feature of the meet New officers named at the dinner will be installed by Major Wesley divi sional financial Present Leaders Present board officers are inactive chairman R executive vice chair man Bill a A slate of new officers will be submitted by the nominating committee comprised of Hoy Moore who will actually submit the and No di rectors terms expire and no additional members are slated to be added to the board at this William com manding officer of the Corsicana will submit the annual service and the property committees report will be pre sented by Special guests will be intro duced by Director Chester Sprin The invocation will be pro nounced by Alex pas tor First Christian and the benediction will be given by wife of the local Alex Cox will be accom panied in a special vocal num ber by Forester at the BeadingPresides Vice Chairman Reading will preside and introduce the Major Pyke has given 28 years of service as a Salvation Army He was appointed Texas Division Secretary in and as such is second in command of all Sal vation fields of service in Texas Born in in his parents are Band master and George Pyke of He at tended primary and hieh schools in Niagara Rochester and William and Mary University at He was commissioned a SA officer In 1932 upon graduation from the Salvation Army School for Officers Training at JuKa Payne Is Getting Chance On Dads Show By JAStES BACON HOLLYWOOD Jet Next month television viewers will see the acting debut of a girl who may look familiar to movie Theres a good She is Julie who looks like a younger sister of her Anne Her father is TV star John Julie has been pesteringher father for months to give her a role on his TV Western se ries but she got nowhere until I Producer Collier Young signed her for a role in an upcoming Alcoa Presents show March 10 over Now her father wants her for his Miss Shirley and Payne hav4 long since divorced and remar ried but both are interested in their daughters desire to be an Anne hasnt acted since If that is what she then she should do she Just so that she makes the choice herself thats the important Anne started her second ca eer when she was three years Id as baby star Dawn ODay n a silent movie starring Wil am Farnum and Lois rom then until she does t remember much except the ranking of It was a happy I sup she but I always esented the fact that I didnt ave the opportunity to make he choice She calls that movie career second because she was a nodel in New York City when he was only 18 months My real name was Dawn avis a beautiful Anne but some producer or asting director didnt think it it a child so I was re Dawn She kept that name until she tarred in Anne of Green Ga les and took the name Anne hirley from that Her husband is Charlie Led a top screen Thats as close as I want to e to show business ie I dont miss acting ne I had 20 years of much prefer to sit on the idelines and cheer my husband and now my hile Economy feels Elfecls few Program 27 UPI President Jorge Ales andris economic rehabilitation rogram is beginning to have favorable effects hich are reflected in renewed ublic confidence in Chiles na onal a survey show d Although Alessandri took of ice only little over three lonths the Chilean peso ad recovered from a low of pesos per dollar to He Youth Director served as Texaj Youth Director of the State Army from 1944 to arid as secre tary of the Louisiana and Mis sissippi Division from 1950 to Another position he has held was that of assistant chasing agent of the SA supplies at Southern Territorial Head quarters in As disaster relief director of the Army in Major Pyke has served in the major disasters in this state including the Texas City He is the father of three daughters and one and is a Scottish Rite Texas Social Welfare Associa tion member and member of the National Conference of Social Other board members besides the officers named above are Stuart Bill Bill Wilson Robert Julius Elliott Roark Mont Ed Judge James Jay Jack Sisco and Jack Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Adjs to Sun Want Ads Bring Results The Corsicana Hospital and Clinic 200 South Twelfth Street Announces the Association of Master and Specialist in Surgery Royal Hungarian University of With Shell PHONES Office TR44771 Shells Residence TR43823 Egyeds Residence TR45198 I HOT DOGS V Love Si Dr t rtfftn IIM J I YOU NEED A LIFT MORE AT 10 2 AND 4 steadily rising the local stock That and uotations on xchange were the clearest gns of reviving public con which undei le previous administration devoted largely to pur basing dollars at ever rising were being invested again local Building construction which ad been virtually paralyzed bj 10 efects of spiralling infla was gaining momentum gain while farm production ided by very favorable weathei showed a global in rease of about 30 per cent over le 19461950 Other factors contributing to le revival of confidence in luded sales of exportable sur made eadjustment possible by of foreign the lange readjustment of wages nd salaries extension of credits or increasing production and uarantees extended to botl omestic and foreign private a liberal party eader elected with the support f the conservative was eceiving solid congressional acking for his His economic having he double aim of braking in ation and reactivating the na onal was passed in oth houses of Congress with nly minor The conservatives and liberals ere receiving congressional uppoit from the radical he largest single group in both Get Frost Road RightOfWay j All rightofway on Farm oad 667 from Frost for lies south has been ounly Commissioner Sammie aunders revealed this The commissioner thinks that ie aoad will be constructed urlng the summer and URNS ARE FATAL WACO m Miss Azalete Pid who retired in 1951 after aching here 27 died lursday of burns suffered a eek ago when her clothintj aught fire from a Sun Want Ads Bring Results Your Want Ads to Daily JVTNGT1 Following a car ahead too closely can lead to serious For every 10 miles per hour on your speedometer you should be one car length behind the vehicle ahead of warns the Chicago Motor Dont swing to the right around leftturning vehicles if you cant see whats Be sure before you change traffic lanes that the road ahead is On the open road never pass on the right Lackey Catholic Hen Meet In Dallas DALLAS CrF Some atholic laymen from seven dioceses in Texas and Okla homa are expected to attend the threeday convention of the Holy Name Societies here this The sponsored by the DallasFort Worth Diocesan Council of Catholic opens with a general assembly Frank convention chair will welcome Seventeen workshops and five general assemblies will study ways by which the delegates may become better informed members of the lay Bishop Thomas Gorman of the Diocese of DallasFort Worth is host for the conven Among church dignitaries attending will be Archbishop Robert Lucey of San An tonio Bishop Louis Austin Bishop Victor Oklahoma CityTulsa Bishop John and Auxiliary Bishop Adolph Corpus The James who has made many TV and Dale national syndi cated Catholic will be on Saturdays The Honorable Charles presi dent of the UN General t will speak at a Sunday Paris Dragons Win Regional Tourney 27 Paris Junior College edged Kil gore Junior 6261 here Thursday night to win the Reg ion 14 NJCAA tournament and a ticket to the national Paris held the upper hand for most of but didnt nail down its victory until the final 15 when Jimmy Culpeppers free throw boosted the count to Don Stan leys basket for Kilgore with five seconds left waa too late to tie it All tournament selections were made at the end of the and Upton Navarro was among She six The others were Don Stanley and Pat Stan ley of Kilgore John Toole and Oscar Williams of Tyler and Dempsey Moore of South Jimmy Baggett Resigns Damson Baptist Pastor Jimmy native of has resigned a pastor of the First Baptist church in He has ac cepted the call to the pastorate of the Burton Hill Baptist church in Fort effective Baggett has served as pastor of the Dawson church for 2 12 Gerald Marsh of Fort Worth is the interim pastor and a pulpit committee composed of Edd chairman Frank Marion Ches ter James Mitcham and Joe Matthews has been Baggett is the son of and Jack Baggett of Cor Texerns Tickled By Efforl FORT 27 UPI It was a realtolifp Keystone Kops skit at a Fort Worth Freeman a wouldbp bandit from ant a companion entered the Cirolp Barbecue Cafe Thursdaj waving guns and shouted This is a Give us your mon The guns failed to impress Mae a waitress She gave a iot cup of coffee right the He was so startled he start ed firing his Five shots ripped but didnt hit any The second hood turned and Wallace be then decided to fol Texan Is Head Alaska Masons NEW YORK Frank Alaskan grand master of presented a new 19 slar flag Thursday night to Lioyd New York state grand master of Reminded during the presen tation that Alaska now is the largest a native of quipped If the ice ever Texas regain the Paul Poe Rites Held Wednesday Paul father of Joe a former resident of Cor died early this week at Cisco after a long friends here have Buri al was held in Cisco Wednes who was pastor of Calvary Baptist church while residing is now a Baptist missionary in Customers great thought it was They laughed at and chased him outside A policeman joined Wallace turned to fire his pistol again but it only It was He threw the gun started running He turn ed a corner up a blind alley Whats the he and gave Police are still search ing for his Ricky Nelson Wins Agreement LOS 27 Ricky Nelson won court approval Thursday of a settlement with a record com pany for royalties on three of his rock n roll The 18yearold son of television stars Ozzie anc Harriet said his singing Im and two sold a total of copies but the recording com Verve only paic him in Nelson signed an agreement with Verve Records last 1 but later went to work for Imperial Records causing Verve to that tho young singer was lured Student Loses Port Of Thumb Gene student of the IOOF Home in Corsicana High suffered the amputation of the left thumb at tho first joint in a mishap at school Thursday shortly before noon when the digit was sever ed in a He waa admitted to 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