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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 21, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                THE WEATHER LOCAL and warmer through Sunday with occasional light Thermometer Readings 9 10 11 i 12 1 40 40 41 43 44 45 46 Complete Weather Report on Market HJHonieof the Daily Sun and SemiWeekly MorninlihtTf LEASED WIRES OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS UN ITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL 5IABKETS AT A GLANCE Most Securities and Commodities Market Are Closed On AP TELEMATS 222 PAGES PRICE FIVE CENTS MacmiSlan Pleads For EastWest Confidence i5r ft ft ft ft Cold Prevents Eisenhower Georgia Golf Stop DIABLO DAM ANNOUNCED President Holds Mexican Trip Very Successful By MEBREVIAN SMITH 21 UPI President Eisenhower return ed from Mexico today convinced that his goodwill visit with President Adolfo Lopez Mateos at Acapulso was very success He flew here nonstop when cold weather prompted him to forego a weekend of golf in Feelings Friendly White House Press Secretary James who accom panied the President on his Mexican told newsmen Eisenhower viewed the trip as 4 very The he re turned with the feeling that Jk he has a friend in Lopez Ma teos and the two will be work Ing in1 close touch Hagerty also said Eisenhow ers meeting with the Mexican President would make it easier for experts from the two na tions to follow through in study Ing questions they discussed at Not Last Meeting This isnt the last time theyll get Hagerty He disclosed that Eisenhower told Lopez Mateos at the air port Friday that ho See Page 4 Corsicana Gets Credit On Fire Insurance Rate which has been gradually improving its fire in surance rate since will earn drop in premium rates in effective April ac v cording to an announcement from The state Board of Insurance Saturday announced that Cor sicana will receive a 5 per cent discount on 1959 insurance This is equal to the reduction earned in 1958 when the city lost a 5 per cent penalty effec tive in bringing the citys 1958 rate to the or neu tral point no penalty or no Beginning April the 5 per cent discount means Corsicana will get five cents off every dol lar of fire insurance premiums paid which will amount to a considerable The basic rate is determined by the states average fire loss ratio in comparison to the states average premiums A citys individual rate is de termined by its previous five years record of fire losses against paid a local agent from whom the press sought clarifying In 1955 and 1956 Corsi cana had 15 per cent penalties applied against it in 1957 the penalty dropped to 5 per in 4J5J8 the penalty was reduced al See Page 8 AMBASSADOR MEETS REBEL new ambassador to meets Evilio Mojena Fig uerdo the revolutionary as the diplomat makes his way through the airport terminal after his arrival in Am bassado Bonsai succeeds Earl Smith who resigned after Rebel Chief Fidel now prime said he though Smith had been too friendly with exdictator AP Wirephoto Sex Scandal Jolts Police At Wichita WICHITA Feb police force staggered under a burden of sex scandals with a grand jury investigating the story a 17yearold unwed mother who told of torrid love trysts over a twoyear period with nine Wichita Falls eight of them Police Chief Daniel said the girl and her mother named two of the officers as the pos sible father of her threeweek old The girls name was Id hate to see these men picked but if what the girl says is I wont try to pro tect Daniel Its a black day for our police A police dispatcher who Woman Shoots Former Convict WICHITA 21 26yearold woman killed Bill an exconvict and police here Friday night with four shots from a snubnosed Betty Jo Marcella of Odessa old officers and newsmen she stood outside Fellys auto and fired through the open door into ils She said the shooting followed an evening of barhop ling and She said Pelly threatened to kill her ear Fellys shot four times with a was found n his auto west of Another 17 to 20 years was reported in the auto at the time of the Miss Marcella said the girl Po ice were seeking Hugh said he drove by the scene at the time of the shooting and saw the wo man standing outside the firing through the open didnt want his name used said since rumors of the affairs cropped the department has been badgered by calls from wanted to iake The girl told authorities she had been dating one at a ever since she was She said they would come and pick her up at a driveIn restaurant where she and they would drive into the She said the dates were some times two and three weeks Juvenile Officer Fon dille said the girls mother came to his office a few days after the baby was born and told him that she had reason to believe that the father was a police She gave him two names See Page 4 Over Pay Possible 21 House leaders are taking steps to plug a loophole could permit an in dividual to gross more than annually from House Under existing law an employe could do it if he could wangle his way on to 400 payrolls at an annual base salary of from each of his congressional Existing legislation provides that an individual may be on more than one payroll but limits his total base to an nually if he has more than one he could get on 400 payrolls at an an nual base salary of each without exceeding the That would figure out at 892 At Least 18 Killed In Saturday Fires Mexico Extends Pern ex Powers EL El Paso Times today dis closed a secret Mexican execu tive decree which gives Pemex a government holding company power over all gas and syn thetic production and imports firms It indicated the decree maj have figured in talks between President Eisenhower and Mex ican President Adolfo Lopez Ma teos at And terms of the is sued by former President Ruiz lortines 21 and published only in government papers Nov may cause many American firms to fold operations if Mex The order extends sweeping expropriation powers assumec by the Mexican government in 1938 and marked by Mexi co seizing Standard Oil and oth er oil holdings south of he It provides that all organic production or imports affecting Mexico be subject to Informed Mexican sources who would not be quoted by name said RuizCortines took the ac tion after learning Mexico woulc have to more bases for syn rubber and textiles or curtail produc i Sources peg Mexican oil pro duction at barrels daily about onetenth that of Texas It was deemed inadequate to supply the Big Five rub See Page 8 Surprise Oil Bills Offered In Past Week 21 Two bills just offered in the House may surprise the oil in One is designed to nock out the Interstate Oil anc Gas The other would repeal the Hot Oil Both bills were introduced by Samuel Friedel I introduced the bills by re quest and I am not dedicated to he Friedel I want to see what hearings wil Dring forth before making a personal He said help independent oi men all over the United Friedel said he believed the House Commerce Committee would conduct hearings on both He said he understood the committee already has asked in terested agencies for their views on the The Interstate Oil Compact vas formed by oil and gas pro ducing states in 1935 to en courage conservation of oil and as through established state Congress gave Its approval and 29 by action of theii are now members of the A commission directs operation of the compaci See OIL Page 8 Many Solons Get Relatives Good Salaries members of Con gress have lost no time in adopting an ageold congres sional rela tives on the government pay At least 10 of the 82 newly elected members who entered the House last month put rela tives on their office Their included six one one one mother and one The salaries paid these 10 relatives range from to according to House pay roll But the available evidence in dicated that employment of rel atives still ran higher on a per centage basis among veteran congressmen than among the House payroll records for January showed that among the 354 veteran at least 51 veteran House mem bers had persons on their pay rolls with the same family Presumably many were members of the congressmensi although there is a immediate although this bipartisan drive under way could not be determined from to provide an additional as the payroll There were no records available to indicate how many Senators now have rel at more than annual Of the 10 freshmen House members employing atlves on their office payjonly Leonard Wolf D lowa is paying the maximum His 29yearold Unlike the the Senate keeps its members payrolls secret for about a year and then only the em ployes his salary There is nothing illegal about a member of Congress employ ing a Some contend that their constituents get bet ter service when a wife is work ing in the office than they would if strangers were answer ing mail or telephone Former President Truman had his wife working for him when he was a In addition to a sal ary and allowances for tele telegraph and station each House member U al lowed about a year to pay office No one em can be paid man than is getting that for run ning his capitol Although she has three Wolf said she puts in a full from about to at least 7 and frequently Among the the highest salary Is being paid Steven 19yearold son of Steven also an Iowa Young year at a nearby university where he is a parttime The youth said he puts in at least 40 hours a week In his fathers In addition to these five other freshmen House members have hired their wives Robert Lever ing Denver Har Stevens gets a despite morning classes gis Ralph Rivers D Randall Harmon and William Meyer Leverings gets a year Hargls Rivers and Mey ers All are employed in their husbands offices at the The following House mem bers are among those who had employes with the same last name on the January The employes gross annual salaries also are included Walter Baring Marjorie Richard Boiling Barbara Charles Brown Jean John Burns Hawiian dele between and Carnahan Mary Stephen Carter Steven Page g VOLUNTEER ARMY SET FOR HEART SIMMY FUNDS PUSH The Heart Volunteer Army will be on the march beginning at 1 Sunday to give every resident of Corsicana a per sonal opportunity to help his Two hundred local residents will visit homes in every sec tion of Corsicana to collect con tributions for the 1959 Each volunteer will wear a square identification badge and will carry official buffcol ored envelopes in which con FBI Arrests RobberKiller 21 UPI The FBI today arrest ed an onleave soldier and charged him with the robbery of a branch bank here in which the teller was shot and The Sp4 Charles Thomas oC Fay was apprehended around riding in a new car at Fuquay Springs with a woman not involved in Fri days Roy special agent incharge of the Charlotte FBI field said of the loot was He said that Bradford wavied prclimln ary hearing before Commis sioner Hon at Fayelteville and was held under at the Cumberland County Moore said that on 18day leave from Fort Mc where he was a member of an Army had been identified by two witnesses as the bandit who robbed the First Citizens Bank and Trust and shot veteran teller Frank five Boos Expected By Rockefeller NEW 21 UPI Nelson Rockefeller was booed and jeered so vocifer ously Friday night that he bare ly was able to deliver a brief welcoming addresss at the Na tional Outdoor Exposition at the New York From the moment the gover no entered the auditorium un il he left about an hour lat he encountered a round of catcalls and footstompinq obviously a mass expression of displeasure at his proposals to raise state I think it was all perfectly he salt Whod olng to dance in the streets when they have to pay more taxes trlbutors may seal their checks or Where the volunteer finds no one at he or she wil leave a preaddressed mailin envelope in which a contrlbu tion may be sent conveniently to Heart Fund headquarters during the next few Heart Sunday is that specia day in the year on which the Navarro County Heart Associa tion asks you to remember wna you have heard and reac about cardiovascular diseases throughout the year and to givi for every heart in your Clyde Heart Sun day chairman said It is the day on which you have the responsibility of as suring the success of your Heart associations mass assaul on the heart diseases during the coming she continued The decision is yours be cause it is your contribution that makes possible the attack on the heart By tlvs See Editors Urged To Counteract Glib Radio Feb Stuffy editor of the Chicago Daily News said Friday night America needs country editors who will write hardhitting editorials to counteract the glib tongues of television anc radio In a speech to the Minnesota Editorial Walters predicted a new golden age of journalism and praised the role of weekly He said the one weakness of country editors is that they are too darn modest in theli abilities as editorial Some of the best editorials lire written by small town edi he but the country See Page 8 36th Division Ratings Better 21 The National Guards 36th Infantry Division said Saturday a record 36 units had attained highest possible ratings on the 4th Armys general Inspections this Carl com said the total numbei of superior ratings surpassed ast years previous high of 32 top is what happens to a firefighter when the is nine degrees and a strong wind whips spray from the Al Chimo of the Ohio fire department got this coating of ice on his helmet at the scene of a fire on the south side of the AP Wirephoto Daniel Warns Oil Price Cuts Hurt Economy 21 W The state government must protect the economy and tax revenues against unwarranted imports and price cuts in Dan iel I appeal now for application of businesss statesmanship to stop the present disastrous trends before It Is too Daniel said He said if price cuts and im ports continue he would ask for an investigation of possisble antitrust State tax revenues are being shaved six million dollars a year solely because of oil price he adding These price cuts together with excessive foreign oil im ports have seriously damaged the economy of Texas as well as decreasing our state Continental Oil and the Texas announced new slashes Friday in the price they will crurtq Continental cut three ctntu off its posted price to a barrel for sweet crude in Okla homa and Along with the Texas continental cut postings to for North Tex The seven cent a barrel cut in North Texas by Conoco and Texaco marked the first time See Page 9 City Managers Hold Routine Session Friday Twentytwo city managers met In Corsicana Friday when two of their organizations the North Texas City Managers as sociation and the East Texas City Managers a routine business The meeting began with a noon luncheon at Kinsloe House where Mayor Tom Eady extend ed a welcome to the Four of 26 managers who had made ad vance reservations were unable to City Manager Morgan Works said the two associations meet Individually monthly and joint ly every three to four months to discuss mutual problems and exchange information on how to Improve their respective ser vices and those of the municipa lities for the towns Only one resolution was Works reported Satur and the managers were very cautious to make it very general in The resolu tion asks the state when any legislation comes up affecting to refer the mat ter back to cities themselves for See Page 8 By United Press International An outbreak of fires claim ed the lives of at least 18 per mostly in the northeast and California One as killed five negro An at killed four and one at killed At the five children of and Charles Miles died when flames trapped them in the second floor of the family frame home at the Eastern Shore fishing com Miles was not at home at the time and his jump ed to safety from a second story She said she had no chance to get to the children in the fast moving in Three negro boys and their infant sister died in the Bos ton The three children killed In were from a family of 11 Four brothers and sisters were hos pitalized and a fifth was treat ed for Fire burned quickly through See Page 8 Gossips Allow Home To Burn Pobv jfttt Hjfcsand her three daughters watched their home burn to the ground Friday night because neighbors on her party line refused to let her use the telephone to call the Fire I tried to use the telephone three Hyles But the line was in and they didnt believe that my house was on District Fire Chief Hold er agreed that the party line osslpcrs caused the loss to be a total He said some of the Hyles belonging could have been saved if the Department had received the call minutes Hyles husband was at work at an aircraft plant at the Capital Party Guests Steal 21 guests at a fanck formal ball honoring Senators Friday night stole 34 state seals worth Police wore notified after checkroom girls said they saw quests carrying away the 18 inch wide seals under their The seals were borrowed from a local department store to be used as The seals of 18 other territor ies and possessions were not stol BEAKS 21ST CHILD 21 UPI Verna of nearby Friday gave birth to a her 21st In 29 The latest a weighed nine eight Lucas is a WARNS ANY HUDDLE CAN BE SUICIDE British Leader To Spend Several Days In Russia By HENRY SHAPIRO British Prime Minister Harold Macmlllan opened his summit talks with Premier Nikita Khrushchev today and plead ed for EastWest confidence lest the great powers commit sui cide by miscalculation or bv Since war could start by ac Macmillan it is the duty of statesman to see if it is possible to establish some basis of confidence or treaty or in some other way to reduce this Accepts Challenge He declared the West was glad to accept Khrushchevs challenge for economic compe Apart from anything elsa this is a race in which thosa who do not reach first place will not be he Macmlllan flew here from London and declared on arriv al that his mission was to seek better understanding with Greeting him at Vnukovo Khrushchev replied we are prepared for use ful Speuks At Banquet They began these talks In Kroglftheva off loo in the Hi and thpqM went to a formal Kremlin ban quet where Maemlllan declared See Page 4 Armed Troops Back Council Panama City 21 m national government ordered out armed troops today to en force Its appointment of a nevr council for this capital The government appeared to have the upper hand In a four day municipal Troops in battle array sur rounded Cathedral Plaza op posite City Hail and closed radio station the Revolution ary Municipal Junta had been using to rally the There was no and which had numbered several dwindled to about 100 Leaders of tt who had Indicated Friday night they would defy the govern decided to move out of City They had occupied it since The government stepped into he crisis early today by nam ng a new City Council after tha old whose removal was demanded by the to step The old council was accused by th9 unta and Its supporters of mis landllng municipal The government announced hat a new mayor and a new riunicipal treasurer also will be The announcement was made by Government Minister Max See Page 9 Air NearMisses Explained 21 Federal Aviation Agency FAA today explained a rash of nearcollision reports 12 simple words Too many too little and not enough con trol facilities In the past five four commercial airliners reported near misses with military air The closest call involved s Capital Airlines Viscount which md to dive to avoid a headon collision with an Air Force B47 near Thurs lay The airliner was on a route and at an altitude assign id by Federal Air Traffic Con a Capital Constella ion and an Air Force cargo plane swerved to avoid each oth r over Both were m assigned altitudes and American and Eastern Air ines also reported nearcollisions arller in the The latest incident appeard to be a Both the Capital Air Iriea and the Air cargo plane had filed flight plans which took them over intersect ing The FAA will Inves tigate why Air Traffic Control apparently allowed their paths to cross without warning eith er of the others The agency announced Friday night It had suspended the con trol tower employe on duty at the time because the FAAs pre liminary investigation showed an error in estimating posi tion occurred in the Indiana polis control air The other incidents Involved lalrllners flying under Instru ment Flight Rules IFR and military aircraft operating un der Visual Flight Rules Under planes fly at as signed aJKltudes and routes monitored constantly by Federal Air Traffic Control An IFR clearance literally places an aircraft In a protective co coon 10 miles two thous and feet deep and several miles But an FAA spokesman ex plained that IFR protects planes only from other IFR IFR cannot guarantee protec tion from planes flying VFR in good And the FAA of ficial emphasized that In good any aircraft has a per fect right to fly VFR even is controlled The flurry of nearcollision reports obscured the fact that FAA Is steadily expanding and improving the nations air traf fic control Six months the Federal Air Traffiv Control System could handle IFR flights It now Is capable of handling thanks to additional radar improved communications and employ ment of additional air traffio SCHOOL DAMAGED HOUSTON Fire caus ed minor damage Saturday to a temporary frame building at the Borry elementary school A was arrested foi questioning by arson Investiga tors who estimate that arson and vandalism have cost thi city over la two yean   

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