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FACES IN THE NEWS WANTS TAX IIIKK-Gov. Nelson Rockefeller of New York, in a television appearance and news conference in New York yesterday, continued his battle lor increased state Income taxes. He said it will take the state three «o four years to achieve a truly pay-as-you-go tax structure. CED -- Sabina Bctii- mann, a German actress, has been replaced by Jean Simmons in the slave girl ro'.e in a new IMlywood movie, 'Spartacus,' now being filmed. A Universal-International Studio spokesman said a new picture- soon iv:3! be announced for Miss Bethmann. WITNESS -- Tei Sipiora. co- o\vner of the Singer One Stop ' Record Co. of Chicago, testified in Washington last week. He told th e Senate Rackets Committee that singer Tommy Leonetti's one-time manager. John Ambrosia, juried what looked like a bullet while urginc; him to handle one of Leonetti's rcirts. (Related Story, Page JOB) FIXES TAX WOES-William Saroyan. 50, author and Pulitzer Prize winner, sailed for Yugoslavia last week to do a mode. He expressed a dislike for Hollywood actors and methods of U. S. tax collectors. He said he owes S30.000 in income taxes, not including his 1933 return. He said he may never come back to the United States. ARCHBISHOP -- Archbishop Makarios, Greek Cypriot leader, was in London last week conferring with members of the Greek Cypriot delegation working on an agreement to bring icdejvndence to Cyprus. Makarios later sipriwl the agreement. He is expected to become the republic's first president when the independence is pained, in about a year. Gasoline Prices Drop at Denison pENISON*. (Ji -- A pasoline price war which started last week at Sherman spread 10 miles north to Denison yesterday. Most statka here sold major brands at 20.9 cents a gallon for regular and 22.9 t.j 25.9 cents for premium grade. rmxcEss our WEST--Princess Astrid of Norway arrived LT Phoenix, Ariz., last week t,i begin a three-week stay in the Arizona capital. She hopes the dry, warm climate will help her rheumatism. (AP Wire photos) Vtdal Dental Lab WHILE YOU WAIT REPAIRS S2.75 nn REL1NE "3" Hour Service $37.50 NEW $37.50 up PLATE up 820 Chaparral TU2-3053 Work Guaranteed Main Floor r t, M. y. tij» formula rroia spasms. -- ia loosens esotco* tontettiaa. rdir»«» Uat B«rroas Ur.iica. All ihi» with, oat Ulieg paitfol injections. Tktswetis-rrirRiUoecoabiees 3 medicine* (in fell pre.cription »treafH» foond eon effectiT. in tombtnitioa fer «itim« dittres*. t»ch fttlorat a »petUl parpete. S« look fcnrard to «le«p at nitit »sd frrnioai froa *»tia* tpatm* bVir»gKss, t ?*iA^*"«' to "- Co»' EXPERT SAYS YOUNGER MEN TOO CASUAL ABOUT CLOTHES AsthmaFormulaPrescribed Most By Doctors-Available Now Without Prescription » Minute*...Relief UiU for Hour.! CHICAGO.--Most young American males are as casual about prices as they are about style when they buy clothes. That was the word today from lerman Rapoport, retiring president of the National Association of Retail Clothiers and Furnisa- rrs. latest Fashion* The NARCF is In four-day con- bombing were reported at the strike - bound Harriett - Henderson Cotton Mills today. An early morning explosion at plant worker's bouse was the h:rd reported since the plant was reopened Feb. 16. The strike began last Nov. 17 when negotiations over a new By JOSEPH WERESCH ;C«prrUtt. U3. CWcac* OaDy * · -- "^^" ·· M v V^H ^^f vention here. Two hundred manu- closed 'most are "not shoppers f?l^«^,?* c * V^not eoonomy^inded. 5*X men's wear fields are exhibiting the latest men's and boys' fashion style trends, fabrics, accessories and formal wear. More than 4,000 men's wear men are attending the 41st annual convention, l a r g e s t In NARCFs history, ,It opened Sun day. Rapoport said a survey of 2.113 males 13 to 19 years of-age dis- cated to brand names and are prone to casual garb." He added that males "buy what STONES HURLED Labor Strife Flares At Struck Cotton Mill HENDERSON, N. C.01 -- Stone contract broke down. At Issue is throwing, a car tipping and a I management's desire to eliminate Appraisers' Society Will Hear Attorney Attorney William H. Keys will «peak on "Minerals and Royal-jerar autos carrying returnin; ies and How They Affect Real strikers to work-were stoned. Estate Values" at a meeting of a provision of the contract calling for arbitration of disputes. About 275 of the plant's 1.200 workers returned tr work today. Police said an explosive was discharged in front of the home of plant electrician Jack Orr. No one was injured, but a number o! windows were broken. Two other explosions occurred last week. In another pre-dawn incident, the home of another mill em- ploye. Jack Griffin, was stoned. As the plant gates opened, sev- the Society of Residential Appraisers at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Driscoll Hotel. James V. Morgan of Chicago, executive vice president of the national s o c i e t y , will attend. Thomas Givens, preside. president, will An auto was turned on its side and then set upright. Neither the driver nor his two women passengers was believed injured. Striker Bennie G. Edwards was arrested in connection with the incident. About 20 state highway patrolmen were on duty in the area. CORPUS CHRISTI TIMES, Mori, Feb. 23, 1959 · 3-B most ,, young dotbes they come In (the store) for and are highly susceptible to tie-in sales." 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A preview of the newest men's fashion trends including the ·'con- tinental look." the American look the ambassador and ivy suits, wil be paraded for 40 fashion writers today and tomorrow under the auspices of the American Institute of Men's and Boys' Wear. ENVOY MEETS REBEL OFFICER - Philip W. Bonsai (left), new U. S. ambassador to Cuba, is shown meeting Lt. Evilio Mojena Figuerdo of the revolutionary army, as the diplomat arrived in Havana over the weekend to take up his assignment. Bonsai succeeds Earl T. Smith who resigned after Rebel Chief Fidel Castro said he thought Smith had been too friendly with ex-dictator Fulgencio Batista. (AP Wirephoto) RIIY IT AT Al ^*W I II A4 I i\ - !? 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