Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas on June 1, 1959 · Page 7
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Corsicana Daily Sun from Corsicana, Texas · Page 7

Corsicana, Texas
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Monday, June 1, 1959
Page 7
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Ward Credits Win To Crew And Enuipmi ^H^^_ ^^^^^t INDIANAPOLIS. Ind., June —(UPI)—Roger Ward, a former 4Army pilot who shook off years of frustration to win history's richest 500-mile auto race in record time, credited it all to- -Jp'tlay to the best equipment and the sharpest pit crew, Ward, 38, of Los Angeles, Calif., never better than eighth in eight previous Memorial Day classics, dodged five mishaps and outlasted 32 rivals Saturday to hit auto racing's jackpot. He averaged 135.857 mph for the distance, compared with the 1957 record of 135.601 by the retired Sam Hanks. Together with car owner Robert Wilke of Milwaukee and car builder-mechanic A, J. Watson and his crew, Ward took homo $106,850 from a total purse of $338,150 carved up at last night'd traditional victory dinner. The winner usually gets 40 per cent of the car's earnings, but reaps many other profits. Ward made three evenly-spaced pit stops and led Jim Rathmann, the runner-up for tho third time in seven years, by 23 seconds at the finish. Ward piled up such a margin that he didn't relinquish the Covsica-na, Tex., Daily Sim, Mon., 'June I, 1959—7 1 '•'-*.% -' \\ Belter Foods Less ->'.:•• -»•-'•• Everyday THE PALACE TUESDAY—George Montgomery (star of TV's "Cimarron City") delivers a staggering haymaker with Emile Myer on the receiving end in a scene from the new Cine- mascope-Color western, "King Of The Wild Stallions," which shows at the Palace Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday on a dou- „— M ble-bill with the newest rock 'n 1 roller, "Go, Johnny, Go." Sev- |*M IP If 1*11 enteen new songs are performed in the picture by such popular||02£2vl»bll artists as Jimmy Clanton, Chuck Berry, Jackie Wilson, Eddie Cochran, The Cadillacs and the kite Ritchie Valens. 1321 WEST SECOND AVENUE These Savings Good Through Wednesday, June 3rd Quantity Rights Reserved. LIV TOWIE DELICIOUS 10-Oz. Jar OF COURTHOUSE NEWS h DISTRICT COURT es C. Sewell, district judge, lead even during his last two I called the docket Monday at stops for tires and fuel. Wat- 10 a.m. and a juvenile hearing son's crew working with split- involving a 16-year-old youth Warranty Deeds T. Walter Erwin, Jr., and Lonnie S. Beasley to "W. H. Brown, lots 2 and 3, Block 1098, Byron-Cheney Addition No. 7, second precision, used up Just I was scheduled for 2 p.m. The 72 seconds for the three pit jury panel was dismissed for stops. the week. State Tourney rac By The Associated Tress Eight teams are looking toward Austin this week as the Texas Interscholastic League prepared to wind up its sports program for the school year with the annual baseball tournament. Austin in Class AAAA and South San Antonio in Class AAA put their 1958 championships on the line Wednesday in the opening skirmishes. Austin, Odessa, Fort Worth Paschal and Beaumont make up th - Class AAAA bracket with Beaumont clashing with Odessa In the first game and Paschal meeting Austin in the second. Austin takes a 23-4 record Into the tournament. Odessa has 24-6, Fort Worth Paschal 20-7 and Beaumont 13-5, Butch Troy, ace pitcher for Beaumont, has I 13-3 record. Ray Gulp, the top f linger for Austin, hasn't lost a game in two seasons. In Class AAA the opening round pits Ncderland and Odessa Ector in the first game and South San Antonio and Nacogdoches in the second. Ector has an 18-12 record Nacogdoches 21-7, NederJand 13-3 and South San Antonio 24- fi. Nede'ralnd has a pitcher, Mike Johnson, who hasn't lost a game and boasts a 9-0 record. The tournament will run through Thursday. Gonzales Wins World Title LA JOLLA, Calif.—(#>)—Fancho Gonzales is the world pro- $10 and other considerations. T. Walter Ervrln, Jr., and Lonnie S. Beasley to W, H. Brown, lot 30, Block 1001-B, COUNTY COURT I Byron-Cheney Addition No. 7, The docket was called at 10 $10 and other considerations. .m. by Kenneth Douglas, coun- G. G. Buchanan, et irx, to ty judge, and a jury panel has Jackie Farmer, et ux, lot 6, been summoned to appear at Block S01-D, Corsicana, $10 and 10 a.m Tuesday. | other considerations. Ben H. Elliott to D. H. Car- S OFFICE Ison, part of lot 4, Block 423, Cor- CHUNK STYLE GREEN LABEL 6'2-Oz. CAN REFRESHING 6-BOTTLE CARON PLUS DEPOSIT Sheriff Rufus Pevehouse re- sicana, $10 and other consider* ported a quiet Memorial Day tions. weekend Monday. He noted that Olin L. Headrick to Opal E. he and his deputies received Headrick, lot 4, Block 801-C, few telephone calls and as far Lynnedale sub-division, $10 and as he knew, investigated no other considerations, highway accidents. He also Marriage Ucenses noted that there were but eight Charles Lester Korn and Iva prisoners in jail Monday morn- Winona McCollum. ing, the same number as Sat- William Lee Brown and Mary urday, which is unusual for a Elizabeth GoBell. holiday period. Doyle George Derden and The scene remained peaceful [Jeanie Marie Johnson. Monday morning, except for Deputy Howe French who \vas dispatched to Silver City on JUSTIC1S COURT Lack of activity in the office Hi 'iway 31 to investigate the of Justice Hayes indicated a disappearance of a calf. quiet Memorial Day weekend. French reported on his return One traffic case was filed by that a 300-pound mottled faced the State Highway Patrol Mon- hoifer strayed or was stolen day morning. Patrolman Mar- from the Carl Brannon pasture shall Couch filed the complaint, near Silver City Thursday or Justice G. C. Bowden accepted Friday. The officer and others a plea of guilty from a man sought the calf in the pasture arrc_'.ed by the State Highway unsuccessfully Monday morning. | Patrol for violating a traffic law. The defendant was fined $1 and costs or a total of $16.50. COUNTY CLERK'S State of Texas vs. John Scott Walker, speeding, transcripted Cram Justice Walter Hayes' court. olice Locate fessicmal tennis champion foi tv bj]lfold the fifth straight year paul Em m, Billfold HOUSTON UP)—Oscar Wilkes, one of four men charged with murder in the slaying of an auto salesman, led police to a small lake near Sugar Land Sunday where officers recovered a revolver and the victim's Gonzales clinched the title Saturday and then defeated h's tho 6-3, uffaJo, Taylor, 3. main rival, Lew Hoad in final match of their tour, 15-13, Sunday. Gonzales won $29,150 on thn tour. Head's tota.l was $28,250. The championship is based on money won. Hoad came out on top in matches with Gonazles, 15-13. Fight Results By Tho Associated Presft SCRANTON, Pa. — Irish Jackie Donnelly, 138, N.Y., stopped Johnny 143, Youngstown, Ohio, CAGLIARI, Sardinia—Horacio Accavallo, 112 1-2, Argentina, find Giacomo Spano, 114, Italy, drew, 10. HAVANA — Chiqui Resales, 118 1-2, Mexico, and Chchu Guiterrez, 119, Cuba, drew, 10. Try To Qualify DALLAS MP) — Twenty-four golfers shoot for eight places in the National Open in sectional qualifying here today. Heading the survivors of local qualifying several weeks ago will be Billy Maxwell of Odessa, one of the top men on the tour. Joe Conrad of San Antonio is another tour player trying for a spot in the National Opon June 11-13 at Mamaroneck, N.Y. 38, was shot to Wednesday by two masked gunmen on returning to his apiirtmcnt after nightclubbing with John Card, 23. Two Foi't Wort police characters, Frank Carmichael, 27, and Odis Hammond. 29, signed statements admitting the slaying and robbing: Ellis of $3,267. They claimed Wilkes ancli Card set up the robbery of Ellis, known to have carried large sums of money. All four have been charged with murder. Sun Want Aas Bring Results Friendly epper- Upper" _L JL A good portion of the personality of Dr Pepper is contained in these key words "friendly 'Pepper-Upper'." Friendly — because Dr Pepper fits any schedule, goes everywhere, is welcome any time. The "Pepper-Upper" because Dr Pepper is the soft drink that boosts energy when you need it most. Make friends with Dr Pepper — have a frosty-cold Dr Pepper today. SPECIAL The Finds Bodies Kissing Pcslr SAN ANGELO </P> — bodies of a San Angelo couple missing since February were recovered Sunday from a stream at the end of a road. Sheriff Cecil Turner said papers on the bodies identified the victims as Kenneth Wilson, 47, and Louise Jamison, 38, They had been missing since Feb. 24. The scene was an abandoned road which ends abruptly,at the tributary to the North Concho Lake. Corsicana Mattress Factory EAST 31 inVY. DIAL TR4-4163 We have the only Felt Machine in Navarro County Custom Made Inneraphing or Felted (Not Blown in Tick) ............ $24.50 Box Springs ...................... $24.50 Felt Mattresa ................. . , .$12.50 Hlown Mattress .................. $ 8.25 We will make your old mattress look like new. Felted mattress in layers Is S to 1 better than blown mattress. GIFTS for GRADS PORTABLE TYPIWRITIR A MUST for college students! The/H remember you ^ always. BRIEF CASE Start them right in school or business. Many styles to choose from. fCltAP BOOK For irrcplace able mementos of those won dcrful school years ahead. Sun Want Ads Bring Results PEN SETS He'll be proud of your gift at every writing. All popular brands .and ZIPPIR RING BINDER For college notes, loose papers and books. DIARY Remember your school diary? 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