The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 25, 1956 Page: 1 of 4
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D'ill is, Texas
THE ENNIS DAILY NEWS
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UNITED PRESS LEASED WIRE
ENNIS, TEXAS, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25. 195<»
FOUR PACES—FIVE CENTS
iouston Stock Show
Expect*- Record Crowd
HOUSTON, Tex. <UP) — Fat
•Stuck Show ofliciul.s are set for a
dunce of moic than 50-thousand
(ituural manager Herman Engle
•‘■ays he antitipaU's at least 27-
thouaancl person;-! will attend the
world championship rodeo’s three
|x j formanee.s today, and another
li’-thou .and at tomorrow’s two
Touchy Radio Taken
From Salvage Company
FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP» —
Attention whoever stole that table
model radio from the Acme Sal- i
va>e Company in Fort Worth: !
Police say tire radio is hard P1!
Mail, it "lias to be hit before it
Littlefield To Supply
Information to AAU
At ;T’.\’ T (UP Ti xas Re-
is-. Dim !<• • Clyde I.ittlelield has
raid he will supply the AAU with
and information it wants on the
athletes competing in the relays
“who come under their jurisdiction.
I.itMctield the University ol
Tex a- Track Coach, said he has;'
already furnished the AAU with
ir.tormlion on the amount which!
v.a paid to We., Santee for his ap-
pearance at the Texas Relays last
I.i'tlefield said he couldn't recall
the ex..* amount but, thought it
totaled .iljout 250-dollar.s for plane
lati and Other expenses.
Iat'I*'a id said payments made
to Santee acre itemized in the re-
port to i he AAU.
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.11 WIPED TR\UKS—Aid ial view sliow.- jumped cars
<>1 i’oMMsylv.thi.t Iwiiltojtd's “i iml ;s \ '* ptissiditrct' train
which jumped tracks roundinjr curve m-ar Severn, .M l.,
killin*/ live per oits and injurin'.'’ at least 75.
Hit by Storm
ll.v UNITED PRESS
Tfnwlini' windstorms produced at
le.o? one tornado and spread dust
over the top half of Texas In::*
nip lit and early this momma. The
cold trout producin'.' the conditions
ha moved southward and lost most
at its punch.
The tornado hit in the Mayfield
O minium: y. six miles north of
In’!.,hoi.i ih nt i (/dork this morn-
in: P dr in t-d s< yetal out-build-
ing’ nil the place ol Curtis Dumas.
Th" v. mdstorms hit hurricane
\i|i:'\ V. ith ' U.st. up to HH miles
..our. u'kid up zero visibility
cite ■ tot t; . latua d t wo prairii
, t i ius'd v. id' -pia ad minoi
Farm Bureau Pushing
Grain Storage Plant
tid he w.e awakened at
tin M i\tielei (' inunun
o'! H< turned on his
n tune to see the small
w away hts Karaite
o' and tWo other out-
Hi i). : ti and pn kiip
The Ellis County Farm Bureau
has begun a movement to build a
modern, bonded grain storage plant
in Ellis County, ft will be operated
and controlled by a stock company,
Ralph R loo'iek, chairman .stated in
a letter to Farm Bureau member.
“It is not, tin purpose of the
Farm Bureau to do more than ini-
tiate this movement", he added.
Roebuck stated in the letter tha:
facilities of the type desired for
Ellis County are nov. being sum.ss-
fully operated at Itasca in Hill
V previous Farm Bureau meet-
ings on the subje '. opr.n ils ex-
pn id Wi re that »t would be w. ;
v'o pattern tin plan', or anization
and ]><il.<-11• - to s la: re e .’"’it al'.ei
tIr >se ot tlie 11a i a ( meern.
M mj ot th< i'll.in . r.d p »li« ies
Knocks Auto j
.such as location and size, must
necessarily >e made at a meeting ol
! ti;c .stockholders, Roebuck pointed
I He listed briefly some of the pro-
: ;;osals that havt come out of pro-
;ions mel ting.,;
Only those actively engaged in
tin- production ol small grams will 1
o e eligible ockholders. Stock-
holders will not be limited to the
Farm Bureau membership.
Shares will be limited to twenty;
hap per si a kliolder and the cost
• (>f stock will he slOO.00 per > hare.
Tie storage reserve will be ap-!
proximate!- rVT) bu: hels per share;
Enters City Race I
W. Harold Clements today au-•
th rued Tlie News to announce his,
candidacy ‘or 'he office of water
CT'm'.c " i resident of Ennis fori
the la ' 1 cars, residi s with his j
v. lit and daughter at 310 West |
I.mien rarer-* He is an employee I
-. the T.VNO Riull-ud.
In a ' t'.nen* prepared for the I
• < (";> a n'., stated: “I pledge j
Ur i! *de *ed a your water com-j
a.;.“ ioi.'!■ Mat 1 will always be in'
i . o: o! 'a* progress of our city: i
th. r I will promote the good of all
it: tdizens; and will at all times J
! the bi i < 1 my ability, act in
. .eh a manner so as not to em-
barrass my God, my faith, or my
ei".. I will appreciate the confi-
dence that my lriends may pluce
:n na and earnestly ask their sup-
Called For Petit
[ Fifty Fill.; County men and wo-
men me. i been summoned to re-
po, t I n petit jury service at the
i !■ utii's D '.net Courtroom in Wii-
j vil..iehie ut ]0 a in. Monday, rc-
j coid nt Di-,‘net Clerk Jake Talley
Ol the 50 persons summoned, six
' are from Funis, Twenty-one ore
J lion: W ixahaelne, four from Ferris
and three each are from Italy, Pal-
; n.er and l-orieston. Two each arc
from Red Oak and Milford while
one will come from Midlothian.
Record* ol the district clerk show
that in demeanor cases are or
.tin dock.' fo; Monday.
Hi m h r,''duled to report
Montis' m >rnim; are Raymond
Kmz". Huber' Coker, Alvin Ne.suda
R F Davis. Willie Holey and
W< b j Armst rong
Tho.se from Waxahaehie sum-
moned include Lynn Gardenhlrc
.J M. Alderdiee III, J. C. Freeman,
T, A Keplinger. Bulord Jackson I Tin
Ed Justice Jr. Aubrey IlokeU, Mrs J dat
Alia Edmondson. Bat Bozc, Pcndell ! din
Win- 'ley. Leon Johnson, T. B j Approximat'd
y: tin C. S Horn, M 1*. Norton
John I'Ti.vhe, O < : Currv, Ralph
R <i ./in K. C Dun:;. Riehard Tho
11 ;, -, Frni ■ ' ITeeman, and jjoy
Tho r from Italy who will report
include Willi ir Gorman, Mr. J<-
i cme sdis'.v and Duel Bi ince.
I'M;m. Rainier will come P. K
R. dial.i ,1 B Mercel a Id < >. ('
CLASH --Strikoi's ami nun-sl takers eln>h I'oi lil'th hi tipiif da.v
lion Co |u ] lafil in ka i minpilnli*. N. Y. AIkmI m j wurlvio i trie
l iirotjj.' ;i a jratc from Ihc l.oti.u Islam! iJailfoul Ini! | ir kef alioanl sumo train race I
tliem to yati* nml in niHee that Inllowcil six pickets wen* arrested.
( N It A lelephut o)
out ide liepuhlic Avia-
I to pet in ide plant
By Tabernacle Baptist:
Local Church Census
To Be Taken Sunday
Tabernacle Baptist Church In many respects flu city-wide
of Funis will conduct a city-wide j census will be one ol the most, im-
n li. ious census Sunday afternoon I *)UI lanl endenvois undi i taken by
announcement was made to
v Frank J. Baker, edir ational
ir ot ilie church.
120 workers ol 111«•
<liuieh will canvass every house in
1; e city in an at tempt to take a
Iw■! 1 oj i i' ll persons religious pre-
i< cnee and church affiliation,
I he oi '.anization tor taking the
(iMi'U :.s lieaili I by the pastor ot
' a mm h, Ball’ll H Rea >r, ir -
c.'.ed in Flank Bilker and John
r" Ji'■ 1111\ Also helping to supervise
tin r, ■ us up, twelve eo-woikers
Whi'ii asked why other churehei'
had not been Invited to participate
in taking the census, Baker replied
"Fxpeilence has taught us that it
A' a called meeting in City Hall
th. morning, the Ennis City Com-
rm. poii passed on fir>t reading an
emeigency ordinance providing for
i seven-member board U> operate
ml manage Enins Municipal Ho«-
According to tlie p lan now in op-
eration, the hospital board acts only
in an advisory capacity.
According to the ordinance passed
this morning, the mayor, with the
consent of the city commission shall
d> int seven jiersoris to serve,
.th three of those persons to serve
one year and four to serve for two
After the first year, the mayor
shall appoint members with the
i pi oval ot t he eoimmssum, so that
three shall be upjXJinted each odd
numbered year and four shall be
ap|, untixl each even numbered year.
The ordinance provides that the
board members serve without
The ordinance gives the board
the necessary authority to oper-
ite and manage the Ennis Munici-
pal H ispital subject only to the au-
thoritj of the City Commission of
th" C';ty of Finns
I' state tha! "it is contemplated
: by th..- Ordinance und it is the
’ 'h ‘ling of the City Commission of
•lie City of Em.is, Texas, that the
Ennis Municipal Hospital can be
more efficently operated and man-
aged by said Hospital Board and
said Hospital Board is authorized to
employ and discharge such employ-
ee.1. as .it may find proper and to
i. table h policies ar.d regulations
for the conduct of the affairs of
said hospital without interference by
the city commission or other elected
officers of the City of Ennis, it be-
ing the desire that said hospital be
operated efficiency and properly In
oidei tha' the same may not be or
become a financial burden to the
our church this year", Baker .sain ............. ...... ________ .... ...__...
"I' will be a tune m which we will j is eu-acr and simpler to organize a I City of Ennis, Texas
go out into the home of our city census effort when it can be done
to cck !< ; the uni nle.tccl people ,)\ one church providing that
ot an r nmunlty ' “The intorma I church has sulficint workers. The
tion gleaned tioiii the census w ill | oiuiinlz.lug ol other churches in the
m luiicd with the rhufchi", of a!j if foil would require added time h*'-
other denomination. Cards mail ', tore the census i add be actliall.v
out (or people ol oliiei faiths or taken,
these showing pretereiva lor other Several weeks will be needed to
faith1-, will be turned ova fo then ! ' mi',pile the Inlormation gatlieied
ii pictne pastor.1', in Hi!:, T*a', wa land we wan: to hav< the material
v:)l not only be .serving our lord tabulated belore the • Uut of om
itiuii 11. bn' our com-
< 'levi 1. ltd
e: •,tains, eaeii ol
:mg Revival on Faster Kumla'.
i' F' i is R I, Riley, C T jjj jt ,d ;t o.p ol 10 workers to
Reliei vl c Fill»pen Jr. and Rav- | , , . } <i„ |, , , , Fnni The'
i mo,t.d Fulton ' i i Morgan Bat Carp- liter, h>tt+i |
I. m 'via., a:! t ho.-.e reporting : i ,;c.u 11* Berry. W R Still- i
itu .'id. (j a i.tin (»olltday, A'. J , \v i ie,odw.ti W II (Tie
1'.....ill. JacK (i Tilth R I B kei I'.ndo Da.i., Charles Wd
oul < • B Clai.!;, Ii , I,. ,, HP" i, Ii W. Mat- j
1 p po< Ul.l Will hr A D r.i!. d li.ll Hol.stetlet
th and i* .il l II.ni,ii,, hot:i »t----- ------------------------— --
Red Oak I J F rank and Li i
fi; lie:-. b ’ll • -! Mil!' 'I'll till Rt>
, ' l; in.'.•an .*: Mallohmn.
Mrs. W. S. Nash
Dies in Bovcp
t t • V V i ■ ■ ■ -jr 9 %.
Dust Storm Blows
Seif Out Across State
II, I Mil Ii I'i.'l
The ordinance provide* further
j that "In the event of the death,
J resignation or removal from t h e
j City of Ennis, of the member* of
i the Hospital Board, the mayor ahull
j appoint anothei member to serve
'on aid Board for the unexplred
term of such resigned, deceased or
I absent member, such appointment
■o hi with the approval and ron-
i .it ot the City Commission.
The motion that the ordinance be
| accepted was made by Commissioner
i ( R I- dleip Mavoi McKay second-
led c tv .Sc "Vary M B Moseley
’ ■ Mi- i hap for 'h* vote. McKay
-nt I-alien v it'd in favor of the
irdini-nce and C rmni&sioner O. L.
Hindman v »ted against it.
1 he ordmuince becomes effective
if’ dav ai.d th" Mayor --aid It U
.n’e: ’. n to .i -k the p resent
" ' al h | n> i onlinue to serve.
I • ulm* iniic. - are C J Nov>
Ml- , B lime Dr W F lic-
iM Mlfrheh H H
I": in i Cl Mi <1 and Darnel W
tn m . ■» n : H.tidman was
d wit ■ in- i ,*r Mbilitv of
Ii' > 'll ' Ills III CUllIMfC-
' i« ,i. tal'U't.. of a ra-
C ' new -tc *• ir and
i' it- k is.- find findings
i II Mt till \ >11 SUM! NT
VI K »v I', ! ’oat w I'.h
Car Hits T»uck
On H chway 75
I >' I- »Ml \ It «M I ^
Shot Mi*. ODier
m ** itLj
Ni< better lime than iwm Im .lift
AH JIlMHI With lilil (Milk laM'h ar>
«<»ttni •••* I** <|ttin»i«fl Us
led. rat Dr)nndt |«t**H ratter t »*r|i
I ntt*-. nulr li t tt*
Bine find (told
Ry (ith P««k
Arrested at Palmer
March 77 Da*e
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Bus, Daniel W. The Ennis Daily News (Ennis, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 47, Ed. 1 Saturday, February 25, 1956, newspaper, February 25, 1956; Ennis, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth801424/m1/1/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ennis Public Library.