The Palmer Rustler (Palmer, Tex.), Vol. 33, No. 5, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 30, 1958 Page: 4 of 4
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THE PALMER RUSTLER —Thursday. January 30, 193*
STARTING AT THE TOP—Sgt J. R Smith. Marine drill in-
structor at Pans Island. SC , seems to have no qualms about
ordering a major general around. The gentleman at left is
Major General Williams—that is Private Major General
Williams— of Mobile. Ala., who recentely joined the Marine
Corps. Smith is pointing out an infantry drill step to the
recruit, who is probably the first major general to enlist as
NOTES FROM YOUR COUNTY AGENT:
Cautioned On Feeding Moldy Grain
By CEL R. STOCKARI)
New Director of
CO R S 1C A \ A. Tex.—Der wa rd
George, manager of the Navarro
Saving and Loan Association.
Thursday night was elected a
member of the board of direc-
tors at the annual stockholders
meeting and later was n a m e d
executive vice president by the
The annual meeting was held
in the Green Room of the Na-
varro Hotel Thursday at 7:30
This new financial unit of the
community has 420 savings and
other accounts aggregating
$566,983.63. the executive vice
president stated Friday, and has
assets of approximately $700.-
000 The concern opened for
business in June, 1957.
The nine directors re-elected
are Orin M. Boynton. C. E. Mid-
dleton. Robert W. Gladney, .1,
Tom Eadv. Louis F'. Gibson, M.
H Iglehart. Forma C. Stewart.
Robert L. Wheelock Jr., and
Louis Wolens. George is the
Officers named for 1958 were
Boynton, president; Middleton,
vice president; Gladney, secre-
tary; George executive vice
president, and Mrs. Frances
Raising One Hundred Million Dollars
In New Tax Money in ’59 Faces State
AUSTIN. Tex. (UP).—State
Comptroller Robert S. Calvert
predicts the 56th Legislature,
meeting in January, 1959, will
face the problem of raising 100-
million dollars in new tax
Calvert's speech was made in
Austin at the 11th annual meet-
ing of the Texas Motor Bus As-
sociation. It was a reiteration of
his previous forecast that Texas
will face a 12-million dollar de-
ficit by the end of the present
bienneum on August 31st. 1959.
The comptroller's predictions
have been at odds with the
economic views of Governor
and these are his words, "rumb-
lings that we may not be able
to keep up our services on the
tax receipts coming in, but those
rumblings are not coming from
Daniel said he was not ready
to echo such predictions, and
called them ‘ pessimistic."
However. Calvert has estimat-
ed Texas will need 100-million
dollars in additional tax revenue
to maintain state services at
their present level, and provide
for the natural growth of the
ON SCHEDULE—President Eisenhower was on regular schedule despite the death of his
brother. Arthur. Here, the President participates in a ceremony commemorating the 10th
anniversary of the Smith-Mundt Act which created the U. S. Information Agency. Sen. Mundt
displays a picture of the then Gen. Eisenhower testifying on the measure before the House
Foreign Affairs subcommittee in 1947 of which Mundt was chairman. Left to right: Senators
H. Alexander Smith (R-N.J.); Karl Mundt (R-S.D.); J. William Fulbright (D-Ark.), and Presi-
Ennis B Team
By 44-42 Score
Real Estate Transfers-Marriage
License Recorded at Courthouse
Present appropriations from
general revenue amount to 282-
million dollars for the biennium.
However, the Comptroller esti-
mates revenue will run some
50-million dollars under that
amount. Calvert says this means
that the 1959-61 biennium law-
makers will face the need of
paying off an estimated 12-mil-
Mrs. W. E. Edmundson. 74, litm dollar deficit, picking up
of Rice, died in the Navarro some 50-million dollars in the
Clinic in Corsicana Saturday gap between expenditures and
morning of injuries suffered anticipated income, and paying
Friday night when her car stall-
In a speech less than two
weeks ago, the Governor noted.
Fatal To Woman
To Make Address
At Scout Meeting
Raymond Giddings and Mrs.
Helen Rosetta Jackson.
Jesse Waits and Miss Carrie
ed on a railroad track in Rice
and was demolished by a south-
bound Southern Pacific Lines
i of Ferris. 5 acres adjoining Fer- freight train.
for some 36-million dollars in
expanded services brought about
by the natural population in-
crease and similar factors.
The Palmer Bulldogs edged
out the Ennis ‘‘B’’ team in a
close fought basketball game at
the High School Gym here last
The Bulldogs took the lead in
.1. Howard Kautz. assistant • the fjrst quarter 10-6 and 1 e d Miss Eutina MeElhanev.
director or Volunteer Training throughout the contest but the, Wilburn Lce Eckcberger and
the National Council, Boy little lions pushed within two ... , .
.... o __________ in Ihn nincin.r min.ooc ! Mrs. Minnie Louise Thompson.
Calvin Allen Jones. Jr. and
Mrs. Lena Belle Smith.
George Riley Stephens and
James E. Cooper, (II. et al to
S. P. Norcross, et ux, Lots 8 and
9. Block 10. Forreston.
Felice Rothschild to Preston
B. Parker, et ux. part Subd. 1,
Div. 12. Ennis.
Karoline Hubacek. et al to
Richard J. Kadlubon. et ux., lot
Funeral services were held
Sunday at the Haynie Menfbrial
Methodist Church in Rice. Burial
was in Rice Cemetery. The rites
were conducted by Rev. Ralph
New Regents Appointed
At North Texas State College
AUSTIN. Tex. (UP).—Three
Scouts of America, will be the
featured speaker at the opening
banquet of the annual ‘Imagin-
S coring Conference’ of Circle Ten
Council. Boy Scouts of America.
f0Un,> Agri™UUral Agrni,ir. S r. “tonr7i,Vda“ « ' “1 ’he Highiand'park loading scorer in the gome with | ,y 1A8^4.'Uri. top acres
'.HIT will t-.iNL muiuuiuu u a is UJI1 nf r>\-----rx.o., 15 points to .htS Credit while ••• r. .1- . J J «ir , J?rv»r,11,v
Signs of mold intoxication in
two weeks by giving it to one or
two test animals of low value
In our county heavy rains
ing the harvest season la-4 fall
kept some grain sorghum wet
for a period of time. As a result,
there is increased danger of
mold in feed grains with pos-
sible serious illness or death
While all moldy feed is not
wilV be*1 wise ul'determ 1 ne whet'!,owored’ back arched- and f,anks I of Ea6Ie Scout as a boy and later j
tucked up. ‘ *
Animals should be removed
from a field
points in the closing minutes jm,s- m,,,,uc luu,,,^ou,,‘ Jerry Hubacek. et ux. to
and had a chance to tie t h e Thomas Morris Venable and Richard J. Kadlubon. et ux. part
score on free throws but failed Miss Betty Jane Cooke. Subd. 3, Div. 28. Ennis.
to cash in and lost 44-42. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS National Development Co. to
Evans of Palmer was the ur o.A„m rmiinc nu W. H. Brown Lot 6. Block 1. 11 i 11-
Reasor. pastor of the Faberna- new app0jntees to the board of
de Baptist Church. He wras as- ... ., .
sisted by Rev. .lack Daniel, pas- Jefn,s ,al NT„ J
tor of ihc Havnie Memorial College have been announed
Church Interment was in Rice The-V are Roberl Lce Bobb,tt>
Lnurtn. internum was in Kite San Antonio; a former Texas at-
Methudist Church in Dallas. in piums w .ms ucun wuue.jy Bclle-Vue
Kautz has been associated with Adolph Now was high for Ennis
the Boy Scout movement profes- wdb H- Kay Lubanks had 10
Add Waxaha- Rozelle C. Wilemon. et xir. to
This is the second tragedy in
this family in recent years. Her
late husband was fatally injured
in 1950 when he was struck by
a wood power saw he was op-
erating in Rice. ,, ine„
Highway Patrolman Chester Pire In ^ av’ ^ ‘ ‘
torney general. Roger M. Ramey
of Fort Worth, and S. A. Kerr of
Huntsville, a re - appointee to
the board. Ramey is a former
lieutenant general in the A i r
Force, The appointments ex-
J. M. Haggar, et al. to Haggar
Foundation. Lots 1 and 2. Block
cattle include depression, loss’ sionally since March of 1936 and Points for Knnis-
of appetite, staggers, and pale joined the National Council staff Palmer whipped the little ^ Waxahachie.
mucous membrranes. Signs in in February of 1947. Prior to Lions at the free throw line by Mrs. Elizabeth Lindle. et al.
swine include depression, stiff entering the professional service collecting eight points to Ennis’ Alice Whitfil. lot in Al-
gait. poor appetite, loss of he had an extensive Scouting six. Both teams had 18 field ma
weight, and a stance with head! experience, achieving the rank goals in the game.
William J. Childers, et ux. Lots Reeves, who investigated the ac-
1 thru 6. Block 22. Maypearl. cident. said that apparently Mrs.
Frank Jester Development Co. Edmundson missed the main
to Harry L. Wood, Jr., et ux. Lot street crossing and the railroad
8 Block "A”, Biltmore Gardens, tracks and her car came to a
her they can safely give such
feed to their animals Testing
questionable grain for about
The Athens Hornet ‘B” team!
will invade Ennis tonight to;
Ferris Brick Company to City
By J. L. HINKLE
Some fishermen will remain
undaunted in the pursuit of
their favorite sport even when
circumstances arise that would
stump the average person. ,
Gerald Pruitt of Itasca came
fishing at King Creek a f e w
days ago. a long with Alton
Swain of that city.
He backed down to the con-
crete ramp at King Creek docks
to unload his boat and just as it
floated free, the brakes on his
pickup failed and it followed
the frailer Into tiie water.
Pruitt climbed through the win-
dow and into the floating boat,
and watched as his pickup dis-
appeared below the water.
Pruitt came fishing, and after
calling his brother at Itasca,
fishing he went. And inciden-
tally, he caught some fish.
His brother met him that eve-
ning with a wench truck, a n d
after a couple of hours work,
they snaked the pickup from
the icy waters and went home.
We haven't seen him since,
hut we know he'll be back.
There were few fishermen
on the lake' this weekend in
spite of good weather. However,
most of them seemed to he
catching a few fish
Fishermen’s Inn reported Joe
Avery and companion of Fort
Worth with limits of sandies and
15 blacks to three pounds on
crippled minnows and artificial
Redwood Lodge reported
Clyde Welch of Dallas with a
catch of 25 chappie to one pound
—15 channel cat to 2' -pounds,
and 10 black bans to 3 pounds
all on minnows, and H e 1 m
Lodge reported Mr. and Mrs
Jasper Simmons of Irving with
35 crappie and sand bas*, o n
F.nnfKites fishing at Lake
Whitney wen* Mr and Mrs 1
L White and Mr and Mrs M J
Stagnm They sat ked up 3 2
crappie anti on minnows at
Cedar Creek laidge I^arry All
npel and fatuity were also fishing
ill the Cov* in tto- King (‘reek
If the weather < ofiMnue* the
nillit It end of the past leu d*>>
Ini si new* <» tumid po up * n d
fiaftutf »4I irt i.-e k tv normal
serving as scoutmaster.
The Imagineering Conference ^ake on the little Lions in a dis-j
where there is j is a "training of trainers’ event i^r*td battle, which will get un-
of Circle Ten Council, held an- der wa^ a* ® P-m-
moldy teed as soon as any symp
toms are noticed. A veterinan- nually early in the calendar;
ian should be called immediate- year to train Scout district
ly because some symptoms of training personnel for their sub-;
mold toxication are similar to sequent training of Scouting
those of other diseases. unit leaders during the remain-1
Anything that can be done to der of the year. j
keep livestock away from grain I he conference will be open- i Murphy
ed formally with the banquet.; Brumley
continuing throughout the even-
ing with individual course ses-
sions which then continue un-
til Saturday evening when the
conference closes with a gen-
Storage time for fresh pork j eral assembly.
Approximately 150 key dis-
trict training leaders will at-
T. G. Pistes, et ux. to John L.
Estes, et al. 80 acres Robert
C. G. Hosiord to R. U. Pierce.
2 tracts in A. Polk Survey.
R. L. Chiles, et ux. to Trustees
South Park Assembly of God
Church, part Lot 15. Block 14.
or • forage wInch has been on
the ground too long and has not
been proved safe to use will pay
dividends in animal health.
in your home freezer should be
limited. Pork does not keep its
quMily in frozen storage as long tend ,hc confcrence. 0vcr 9 300 j Hav-
as Ollier meals. I adult leaders and more than Caldwe11
Fresh sausage may be stored 22.300 Cub Scouts. Boy Scouts ! McLelland
in the freezer from one to three ancj Explorer Scouts, will benefit1 Nov>r
months. Other cuts of fresh from this conference during 1 he i SimPson
pork can be stored from three coming year
to six months, provided they are Circle Ten Council is a mem-
packaged properly and held at ber agency of the Ennis Com-
munity Chest, and nineteen
other Chests and United Funds
throughout the Council’s four-
teen county area.
! Price ...........
1 Rose ...........
1 Ray .............
i McLelland ...
i Novy ...........
Burns Fatal Today
To Waxahachie Man
WAXAHACHIE, Tex. (UP).-
A 67-year-old crippled Waxaha- South Park Add.. Waxahachie. ber of the Tabernacle Baptist Commissioner William A. Har
chie man died today in a fire I’loyd Clark
standstill several feet south of
the regular crossing.
Freight Train No. 342 travel-
ing south struck the stalled ve-
hicle. the officer reported. Mrs.
Edmundson was the only one
in the 1949 car.
Mrs. Edmundson was a mem-
Insurance Commission Tells
Of Officer Removal
AUSTIN. Tex. (UP).—The In-
surance Commission announces
that A. M. Dillard has been re-
moved as president of Texas
Central Life Insurance Company
of Bryan. The announcement
also said Tom C. Sharp Jr. has
been removed as vice president
of the Bryan firm. Insurance
et ux to J. O.
part Block 219. Waxaha-
pts , which heavily damaged his Hyars.
8 , home. cbie-
91 The victim was Harrison Tur- James E. Williams, et ux to
15iner. Firemen said the flames H. T. Berrier, et ux. Lot 5. part
10 apparently began from a kero- 6. Block 4. University Add , Wa-
2 sene stove which exploded. xahachie.
Church here. rison says a recent insurance
Survivors include two sons, department examination of the
Rufus Edmundson of Abilene company revealed certain irre-
and Noel Edmundson of Chilli- gularities in the firm's manage-
cothe; a step-mother. Mrs. ment and operation. He says the
Amanda Lee Langham of Chat- information will be turned over
field; and four grandchildren, to the jury.
Air Conditioriinq- temperatures made to order-
lor oll vreather cot fort. Cel a demonstration I
zero degrees or lower.
Fat portions of cured or smok-
ed pork may become rancid if
stored longer than a two-month
To package pork for the freez-
er use a moisture vapor resis-
tant material, such as heavy
freezer foil Fold closely to drive
out the air. Use an overwrap to
prevent puncturing or breaking
the foil in the freezer.
Pastures need fertilizing be-
cause they remove plant food
the same as any other crop. One
ton of grass hay contains about
30 pounds of nitrogen. 10
pounds of phosphoric acid and
30 pounds of potassium.
Suit To Be Filed
To Force A&M
To Admit Women
BRYAN. Tex. IDI'I -
UN Forces In
South Korea Have
United Nations forces in South
Korea now have atomic cannon..
A spokesman for the United
County attorney has announced Nations Command in Seoul in
his intentions to file a suit dicatcd the 280-millimeter can
within two or three days to non also can fire conventional
force admittance of women to shells.
Texas A&M College. Attorney! It is not known whether the
John Barron of Bryan said the United States will make the wea*!
suit will be filed in behalf of pons available to Republic of ;
Mrs. Mvrna Gray—who has been Korea forces. Technically South !
. . 4. refused admittance to the school Korean Troops are not United;
lor permanent pasture* the a[)d sewral others Barron plans Nations forces.
fertilizer should be applied in f|Ie |he sui, jn 85(h Dis,rjct Although it was not disclosed:
Ihe fa" or winter or in tl»|Court. when the atomic cannons were!
early spring before summer tT •. !
plants begin lo grow Some addi- Hf„Said ">.e *u,'w"1 ** ^a50d brought into South Korea. The ;
tional nitrogen in the spring and three points. Barron claims , way was paved last June. At that
summer will stimulate growth ,ha' "» ««Mute or authority ett-: ,iroe. the U-N Command discard-j
and increase protein ill the ^ t:(1 .Cs*”!Tc.1 ed that portion of the armistiee
............... 1U ists which prohibits women
, . (as< ProM n v from Texas A&M. The board of . . .
|,l,,n,s directors has no power to law- agreement wmen Banned the me
A soil test is the best means fully exclude women, and males! Port m>w weapons. The U-N
to determine the type and ana females have equal protec- Command charged the Commun-
amount of fertilizer needed tion under the law.
the new Hpc'o Cor.eH.bV wiDt Body by F- >w o-d Solely P’olft O'
t'er, sharper teeing.
Every dollar spent for fertilizer
will return from two to ten dol-
lar- depending on the crop,
water available and manage-
Motorcycle Crash Fatal
To Fort Worth Man
FORT WORTH Tex (UP) —
A 26 year-old la
ftiifhman n<ih o»#3<i
suffered when his motorcycle
crashed into a curb Ihe victim
John Henry WeRh of |’t Worth
Grocery Store Operator
Has Shoot-Out With Bandit
FORT WORTH. Tex. (UP).—
A 67 - year • old Fort Worth
grocery operator decided to
shoot it out with a Negro holdup
man last night The operator.
Aubrey (' Ferguson saved the
indry route store * money bul suffer ed a
of injuries bullet Wt/otisi m I,!- right arm
Ferguson's wife and startled cus-
tomers dropped to the iloor dur
mg (to- episode and escaped un
injured The Negro lied on foot
ists had violated the weapons
ban from the first day on.
(OAST Gl'AKD UNDECIDED
GALVESTON. Tex. (UP).—i
The Coast Guard is undecided
about why a million dollar
dredge sank January 7th in Trin-
ity Bay Three crewmen were
drowned in the sinking
The Coast Guard has complet-
ed a hearing in Galveston into
i)t<> • ink mg hut reports that the
cause Is still largely undeter-
mined Lieutenant K K Stewart
aid tin- Guard has gone about
as Jar an it cart.
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