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   Corsicana Daily Sun (Newspaper) - February 27, 1959, Corsicana, Texas                                Texas February 1959 Published Erer7 Afternoon EiMpt Snndaj Bj Tht SUNttGHT PUBLISHINO Dall Sun tOfl South Main ALSO POBMSHERS MORKTKO ON AUTOMATIC PILOT THE ASSOCIATED PBESS ANT DJTTTETI PRESS rSTERNATTONAL LEASED WORTHAM AKtl MARTIN Lynne Owners mid Daily Sun end PcmiWecklj Ucht SON BtrrLDTSo DML Vatlonal TEXAS OATLY TRESS LEAGUE Hew Turk Chlcaro San AllanU 8t Lonlt Dallas Deiroit Anselei Ken Orlcanl Denver KnbseriptJon per pw rear in Kirarro County Out of per per rear In Entered In Corsicana Pott Office as Second Mall to thr Public Any orroneoun reflection npon the standlnr or reputation firm or corporation which may appear In the of thif be ptadly corrected upon due notice of same bclnp riven to lieraonally at the Offico of Daily Sun of Member nf The Associated Press Associated Press is entitled exclusively to the for republlcatlon o ill iocal news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP dispatches Public Moneys Worth It would be unfair to issue any blanket con demnation of members of Congress who put rela tives or their office They can do this le and are not required to give any accounting of how cuch employes put in their V In some it is this practice may amount to nepotism that bestowal of patron based on relationship rather than In oth er a wife or son or other relative may give topnotch service which benefits the Each case must be judged on its Senators and representatives would do well to in that the money they snend assistants and office help is public Their to spend it wisely in the public interest is quite The other day it was revealed that one con gressman is paying his 19yearold son a although the youth is going to college as well as working in his fathers The congressman insists that the boy is worth that much to me and ithe Maybe but a certain skepticism arises when one reflects on the number of 19year olds aroijnd who are capable of attending college at the same time doing justice to a gyear It also has been disclosed that a number of Sfreshman House members employ their wives at ranging up to more than a this may be As was each case must be judged on its But an elected representative of the people is morally obligated to sure that any relative he employs with public Jfunds is giving the public its moneys o A MASTER MYSTERY BV STANLEY ELLIN reprinttt by jwrmlMtol of Ota novels Kantlom Irousj dlslrlbuled by Kmg FwiurM CHAPTER 29 est For The Job One can say of almost any organization whether it is a manufacturer of widgits or a sym phony that it is only as good as its peo This applies also to governmental in cluding those that run cities and truth of this generality suggests a way in which municipal governments if not reduce at least get more out of revenue through greater In the long improved ef ficiency can even hold down the need for more Many town and city governments lack effec tive means of selecting topnotch Some of this lack is due to the cost of testing candidates for civil service Ways of reducing this come to light now and In N for retired officials are being used parttime to develop testintr mater ials in the fields they know most The cost of this is lower than it might otherwise and the ftest questions are directly Iowa high teachers are in school girls who vthink they would like to be In Louis savings are made by quantity printintr of such questions as most public employes should be able to Other ways to reduce the cost of testing and hiring public workers have been worked Any community administration would do well to inform itself about these and to take advantage of those that apply Finding the best man for the job is one way to make the most of the tax payers iSun In The Window It is to talk about the end of winter and the coming of spring without seeming Even in the northernmost tier of what was once reckoned in months can now be reck oned in That does not mean that winter is about over that kind of thinking is a trap for the Somfi of the Old Mans fiercest blows have been delivered ijn and this has been just the sort of Unpredictable winter that might issue one final Jgreat challenge when everybody is expecting balmy There are that the Old Man is One of the best of these can be 1 on any clear by sitting at an uncurtained south window at noon or early The sunlight that streams in has It is more golden than the thin sunshine of early January its warmth is a gentle soporific that promises languid summer Those days are not here but they are clearly on the The sun in the south window says Strength for the Day By EARL DOUGLASS BUSSING THE Modern Christians shy away Ifrom the word It has a fanatical ring to It casts a I depressing shadow over many I of lifes It is a head a general dis Iturber of ones peace of I Why not forget about it May its not real after The trouble that lit is very Sin is a Bibli Ical In the Hebrew of the loid Testament it means fail In Ithe New Testament Greek the fword means to miss the It Is the figure of an archer at a target and bend His The arrow travels brough the air with great speed nd force but it does not strike he center of the target or any irtiere near the as we would call it the bulls Sometimes it altogether misses the Sometimes it strikes the target near its edge and not near its It con stitutes a miss for the Sin is missing the We were not made for We were created in the imaKe and after the likeness of This means that we are to be like But when something within us makes our aim when we fall into folly and then this is We miss the Sin is not liberty and pleas ure sin is servitude and There is no glory or lasting satisfaction in missing the not discovered until is a metal from which transistors are hief sources are the and THE BED in the guest room of Bruno Manfredis house had a swaybacked mattress that sounded to Murray Kirk as it were stuffed with corn shucks an he told himself that there would be little sleep for him this night and after a moments contemplation of this bleak prospect he was sound He awoke in darkness wonder ing where he Then he be came aware of the metallic clunkclunk of an endless freight train passing by his and the stray thought that had prowled all through his straying just out of A An A He slid out of the shud dering as his feet touched the which was as cold as the snowencrusted ground outside George Wykoffs and jroped around for the light With his eyes narrowed against ts glare he looked at his watch and saw that it was not quite six He debated trying to get back to and decid ed against Now that he had that name on his mind it would be Wykoffs record book was on the He took it into bed with him and opened The name was in the book it the only name written fully while it shouldnt have meant anything to it It was signed in a round hand at the end of each months obviously attesting to the accuracy of the figures that preceded it said the signature and pedigree of a Certified Pub lic Accountant proud of his professional and not afraid to go down on the as long as the record was safely locked up in Wykoffs What might feel Murray was something else But it was not that thought that bothered It was the feeling that the name was that somewhere he haci met it which affected him like a gnat hovering before his But where He sat with the book propped on his knees trying to match the name with someone who might have had reason to mention it to It had to be someone who knew who was close to him possibly Mona Dowd it didnt seem to be any of Harlingen Now Murray should the image of Harlingen keep interposing it He was brooding over this when he heard a noise at the the sound of a fingernail tapping against Bruno you awake Murray opened the door and observed that Bruno was in pa jamas and was not Rid ing piggyback on his shoulders was the youngest and smallest also garbed in kept his balance by a Light grip on two upstanding of his fathers thinning When he saw Murray he Bounced up and down on Bru nos his eyes bright with Quit Bruno commanded I saw your light ic told so I wondered f it was too cold in You iced another blanket or some thing Im all I was just wondering where I heard that guys name that one who handled Wykoffs You know how it is when you start wondering about some thing like Not that it mat I But wouldnt it be in Lundeens file If it Id remember I know file backward and Funny it keeps reminding me of Har wait a not Harlingen Harlingens But what would she have to do with it Bruno Harling en said he always keeps her in touch with Hes afraid shell have a nervous breakdown on if he Maybe he told and she told and thats how it I think youve got the wrong slant on It1 ll let it come to me sooner or ii I dont bother about He in dicated Brunos Which one is this this one This one is said Hes a big oy Last time you saw him e was wearing but he ont wear diapers any more go for a ride every morning his Isnt that Vito Vito waved an arm behind pointing at No anny he said querul Whats that mean Murray no ure theres Santa ont let your father hand you Cor Repairing U Repair ind all of Our work and prlcpp trill olcasp rool Drlvr In to nrr oc HEIFNER GARAGE 111 Dial TR47891 Vito bounced up and down id pointed No Sanny he protested No Sanny No Sanny turn Bruno 7his is a real this he told Vito was not paying e leaned forward and poked a nger at Murrays e said in a melting Whats he saying now urray Who knows said Half the time the only ones ho can make out what hes ying are the other so theyre not around Im really ying He settled rmly on his Vito You ught to get hack to bed before ou freeze your That lino um is murder in cold Murray shook his 11 get dressed and Ret his thing about Harlingen and is girl is too much on my and if I get to his place efore she leaves for school I an talk to them both about 1 leave Wykoffs book nd what you have to do is take to the office and have the b fun a film of As long s weve got a film of it put vay weve got Wykoff acked into the I dont link hell try any rough stuff what with the Treasury epartment ready to give its ght arm for this It must e worth about hundred ears in jail for the guy on in mielax You dont Hiink LoScalzo ouldnt give his right arm for too Bruno You know hat it could menu to him in is investigation that undle of paper is the hottest ing in town right Drop on the itll send up a oud like an atom dont drop Mattel dont go in alone to the Call up and tell er to send a couple of men out r and then one of them in take that rented sedan back Stalen And if you lell trouble call for the Dont you go being a Lucys got enough on her hands without having to take time off to visit you in the The cab pulled up at the St Stephen a few minutes aftei Murray estimated allowed him just time enough for a shave and a change ol clothing before he paid his visit to the It was going to be an interesting he and not for the reason lie had given What he hadnt told Bruno after all none of his that Harlingen was the means by which a single page torn from Wykoffs binder would be presented to Ruth pink ribbon or no pink Chanc es were that if he tried to ap proach Ruth hed be left out on the sidewalk like a frustrated Romeo bellowing up to his unwilling Juliet that he had the goods on and that was not for He want ed no part of But Ruth would listen to A hit and run outside a bnll park can mean Stan ley Ellins bestseller detective mystery reaches n high climax hero It Happened 25 Years Ago Today From the Files of the Corsicana Daily Sun In the middle of a blizzard which was sweeping the members of Congress plowed to the capitol through 6 12 inches of snow today to grapple anew with the controversial veterans benefits Miller left Sladewatcr for a weeks stay ivith relatives and and Mc Slathery of Dallas drove down Sunday to visit briefly with and Roy Hopkins and with McGlatherys mother at Black Charles Lulterloh of Hot and Jharles Hugh Robinson of Per were guests in the home of Luttcrlohs sis Mary and Miss Martha Sullen Miss Blanche McKie and Tuttle returned from two weeks pleasure trip to Mexico where they visited They also visited Vera Cuern avaca and many other places in Employment in industry in Germany has risen by more than onethird since In Italy and France agriculture re mains a major employment Prescription Service Any Hour Day or Night by competent Registered Druggists WE DELIVER McADAMS PHARMACY 100 North Rcaton Street Phone TR44561 or TR45754 GENE MASSET INSURANCE IS ASSURANCE A man ivjlh n or ilppeml must Innk to the fu ture or lake tho or plunging family Intn Die despair or Life liiAUrunre U the ajt Kimince for A KPcurp IU cost U benefits H secure future for our family throuRh life Life Hospitalization Group Scholastic Insurance GENE MASSEY Dial TR 43637 1305 6th PILOT LIFE INSURANCE THE WORLD TODAY By JAMES MARLOW WASHINGTON Nikita Khrushchev Is turning world di plomacy upside making a farce of efforts to avoid a Ber lin and acting like a man determined to force Presiden Eisenhower to whether he wants to or Khrushchev wants a summi conference with President Eisen who is reluctant about Twice now just be fore an Eisenhower news con has blasted off in a way bound to get an Eisenhow r response the next Sets Deadline Last 27 Khrushchev de manded the Allies get theii iroops out of West Berlin iheyrn there under World War I agreements with the Soviet Jnion and leave the citys Western zone a free city in the heart of Communist Ger He indicated if this wasnt done by May the USSR would turn all access routes to the city over to the East Germans to do as they This means the East Germans could refuse to let men or sup plies and if the West refused to tthere would be a perhaps perhaps On 31 the United Britain and France sent a note to Moscow suggesting that they and the Soviet Union have a Big Four meeting to discuss the var ous problems of Berlin and of Bast and West Germany which remain Soviets Answer Note This was the traditional diplomatic way of doing busi On 10 the Soviets sent an answering note to the The brushing aside ust a fourpower iroposed that the Western Big Three and 24 other countries have a So far neith er side had yielded They were On 16 the Big still following sent another note to They suggested a Big Four foreign ministers conference this was getting a ittle more specific on who would do the conferring on the whole erman It was not the Soviet Foreign who gave a That was one day be ore Eisenhowers news confer ence last The Soviet pre mier warned that if the East ermans tried to block allied shipments to and ther was the result woul be This was a kind of shockei It made hash of the Westeri notes which had been seeking t get together to talk things ovei Eisenhower was ask ed about it at his news confer ence Ike Stands Fast Eisenhower didnt back up in the face of Khrushchevs threat He said the Allies wouldnt aban don their responsibilities to thi West Berlinors and said that I anyone tried to use force ii would not be the British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan went to Moscow this week to see try to get events on an even maybe lay the ground for peace ful solutions on Germany Khrushchev received him jovial Then on after talking with Macmillan apparently in most friendly Khrush chev took time out to make an other He apparently re jected the idea of a BigFour meeting of German reunifica Thats a German problem he This was strictly not the diplo matic way of doing par ticularly since Macmillan was there to talk to The British were reported to be shocked bj Khrushchevs Sarcastic With Lloyd And as if to show he didnt have much time for small fry ike foreign Khrush at a reception in the Brit sh looked at British Foreign Minister Selwyn Lloyd and asked sarcastically Where and when did you ever solve any thing How do you justify your post Ail this occurred just the day before Eisenhowers news con ference So once again the President was asked about He said any talks with the Soviet Union would be almost useless until Khrushchev chang es his refusal to consider West ern proposals on And he said the West isnt oing to give one single inch n the preservation of our rights and of discharging our respon sibilities in this particular re So all the diplomatic channels clogged up and Eisenhower and Khrushchev are doing the Edgar Guest The Poet of the A FRIEND REJOICES never thought that I should hail Those forty days of fast with cheer Time was that Lent On slow feet went And every week seemed like a year I that was so full of sin lhafed at the bonds of 3ut season spent in time to ponder higher sweet You are too our days fly by on golden wings our niRhts are filled with sweet Vere giving up the picture never thought that I should hail With joy the meditative Yet now I vent To Holy Lent A prayer of and theres a reason or forty nights sweet peace Ill know o picture shows I need not Souih Economy Study Planned NEW 27 UPI Ford Foundation has an nounced a grant of a quarter million dollars to finance an extensive study of the economy of the The grant was made to Duke university but will involve the work of economists at ninej southern universities in an in tegrated research program to guide and stimulate further de velopments in the relatively owincome Foundation Vice President Thomas Car roll Carroll said the study was prompted by the regions eco nomlc strides in the last er Between 1929 and he per capita ncome increased 250 per n the south as compared to 176 per cent In the nation as THE POTTS FAMILY A BOYSEYE VIEW By LEE PAPE Ma was looking in the big fotograph alban at old pictures of herself in bathing suits and different and she to What would you say if I iiad my picture William Id say look at the pop and ma Im I havent had a picture taken for and if I keep lulling it off some day Ill look in the mirror and realize its too My Ill gladly accept an autograffed picture of you no matter how late it pop Age cannot nor custom your infinite he and ma But the marten of time is a serious All my fronds say I dont look a day older than I did 10 years so perhaps I ought to take ad antage of the comparison and lave my picture taken while the remark still holds What do you William he I think no picture ever did you pop and ma In that case you might as veil just go on looking at that old picture of me on the desk n your den and telling your self it doesnt do me n1 fact you might as well tern the frame around backwards and remember me as I in ill my she Who started this for Peet ake pop Theres nuthing d like better than an up to late portrait of you just the vay youre going to look in tha Applications For Government Fish Are Made At least 143 applications een made in Navarro county or federal fishing in At the extension all 139 pplication forms have been sed and more have been order A few are still left at the soil onservation office but the sup ly is The fish are supplied by he federal government but ara istributed by the applications 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