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Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - January 24, 1958, Cuero, Texas V For All Departments Of The Record Dial 53131 A NEWSPAPERREFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY The Weather SOLTII CKNTRAL TEXAS Partly rlotirty and warmer to day and Saturday in and mtld vrtth a few scattered 20 JANUARY 1938 6 PAGES PRICE 5e FEDERATION URGES PRICE HI jf lAllNVj 10 Per Cent AvGfaOG Merchants and shoppers who participated in the first Bonus Days of 1958 were more than pleased with the response to this trades ev There were some splendid values and shoppers took advantage of the occasion to buy at home and tUP T American Farm Bureau of the January f nas urged lhat farmj Bonus Days should lend price fixed on the op COUragemcnt to the Staging en market instead of In a governj of more such promotions in has proposed a this Everyone plan setting government price supports at 10 per cent below av erage market This would replace the present 25yearold j General j method of setting supports at a Manager of the Texas safei Percentage of the fair earning power parity ty Like he adminisirations new full local support for the re farm the Farm Bureau newal of the nationwide Pla is aimed at giving farmers wider markets and more freedom Back the Attack on Traffic from federal control by repealing Accidents existing price support i Back the a success Frm nalion u farm said ful program in will be Thursday it will ask Congress lo stepped up during the com adopt the new system for cotton f into rt ic and feed grains including corn be ing months of It is im u sponsored in Texas by TSA and across the nation by the National Safety When the final tallies are for Musick I believe the figures will re mm I veal that the accident flflfo MlLLR RAINFALLFOR Tnhilcinf YEAR IN AREA JUbllantJNatl0tl units to consider the plan for oth er DEATHCLAiS ANTENNA TO TRACK MISSUESThe new Air Force automatic tracking antenna which towers higher than a sevenstory building dwarfs the figure of a man arrow at The dish GO feet in Is mounted on a steel tower 33 feet high and twenty feet II Is one of Qve being buiJt for the Air Force at sites along the mile test range of the missile test center at Cape equipment will be used to track ballistic INCHES jGuadalupe On Slight Rise Following Precipitation Nojikoil In I jn h i hiih tell ilui mi InJ4 pel lod tip tn niinil in ji I hnHiii ii M fnlJ or the year IHDS lo I VI im li es Oiom welcomed kc Ktidi anil en tin Ft ucciv I in li ii u di undci tin1 hili Tliii The ici IM lii 11 A it Iou rr company nnd wcalhci i ci 38 The hiuh i rniMiahle Thin sd onls HI i thr uciu n moved Minihiiii the t const u as di umincd li v i Ih1 sending sliemiiv hi immiiiu ovcr their and Ilimihnu MI in nrpiis I the i shuuetl K nf liiii 11 nit led i mil u dlt above normal al niidniiii ami still 4 Million Dollar Fire In London Under Control Cabinet MINISTER OF DEFENSE ONLY MILITARY MAN More Than Iwo Hundred Killed During Violence TAYLOR I nlled Staff 24 A neA rhinet took con tml of this oili h Sonh Ampri rnn nation toda hoping to re store in ilii fittfi ihcef weeks oi i lot mid revolt m which rnors than JiHj persons mHifaiy M Inch ei Piesidtiit is iviv hursday mid dime him of COUIV iiv a i on ly ihc mmts iit ill The ii Thursday riMnc FIRST LADY MODELS SPRING BONNETMrs The v tcf The V S said howir pows in her now spring hat for the news photofjraphrni H mob on thr i the hefuy rainv nlom Hie const at hc It nude up of InrgB the secret with fancy while feather Soutidpliotoj lfl v vention in j g 1 j Tl fl i llmf iulf wrl 0 is gaining momentum and Ali 11UC1 nf Mpxlro in a fivorable direction At Willif died al Ll The fnvnun had been Hlntl HyriCC f I m o IU Thursday in WesthoH ami eijihl injured in a LMhour hal 1 itOO UlOLUL All M SO figures indicate iaftpr a crjtica Of three today destroyed the Srrmhfield tie the coinplicaied Corpus MMHCI more Kill the fatality toll Will She had been in ill heollh meat market and menaced other by tenineratures uhich than 2lj nn lns nf nun in i 24 IJ i ln Paiicr aC 145 more than 200 below the t1p Pas famous landmarks in ancient coated streets around Ihe blaming hour fici sending JLLl hud been ktilcdin fit 1 Funeral services were conduct heart of market with sheets of through sonrir streeTs find the oul An undfUrmined recordbreaking toll of al 3 p m loclay in the j p lve sajd i i in tire nlnprSi to it traffic deaths Of Birchum home in Burial1 fjjgf0 fjjffiH FlfSS i mornuiK thr fire was1 ihf hov Aim i At Hiu chido at rape iinm Invl bocn in pro Muslck said the appeal to was in Bcllview Cemetery a under but it was Mill ered er all Thnrs hr in Other fire oflirials pre1 day rnovid rapidl castwarfl dieted n take Hhout 24 hours the inir lenr hilled mi G pillihshd tmlflV he Aiinv fffV t the ha hcd an missile hliv mi its hi lie I id ti llu Texans and thofiB Candidate more safely is justified by in the daughter Pi0sf niomhcr of lo nnish records Which point up the C lal jMr and Mls tA CUIMO High Sdmol Jiremcn uill coniiniie to patrol I hint no tlirop ha7irrious traf is a clnriidatc to sinin the Re ihr area Icr to make sure MDC If AI7OI CD piMl tluee most haza QOUS tiai y Robert at spalk has ev RytnLfiK A fie conditions Which Miller July in es Satllrdav Mlss is aiVUAMJUll T fionfpc Lntil his death April rural fatal accidents in Tex then moved to Westhoff to make j af sclicduled dm under the market where iuiai xauai AC hp day is to if j hi involve speeds tOO fast js presented in the Calhoun Alter bununK fur a for conditions good rea Rob Miller of VVcsthoff one aud1ollurTl hegmmng at lull it into the open Mrs II llM tCotitinued on Jage d 4 m Thursday in n i hu She hail heen in ill lualli A dispatch from local Engineer To Be Honored II A 1 t sons why you should Slow Giles Birchum ofi Westhoff one George i Down and Quallas of SHU Antonio TH A IKA ALCOHOL A drinking Ada Burnet of Bur fi V driver is involved KING OF imately 39 percent of Burm of Cuero and P A rural fatal Speother nieces and lEAAj NEAT WEDNESDAY Cial studies of fatal accidents Miller was preceded in in the HM the past HVII A I M if i ai i lie iij h Illlf hie fn IM 10 it I lot reetiri i fait Mule I ltd nf Yen1 I i id IM If it i ll i iiveisii Ihe I and he ly active nicniljcr if Si Mmk Il Hi kel Mil the I theran vuis iiuin i p kd ceinhnr ill Ml hdnrr was Ihe Die liilf he held V ion mid Mrs Hnvino linlirlfl vdcalh by Uvo Marjone in tahle tlnonp i OCCUinng auiint uuuudy M1Uer jn 1914 and Bishop Homer t don his periods show that these per centages invariably rise a Trimjiler ii Tin1 cnt ih Tnvlur ccccivid ii i i I d ih i i i Estimated 928 000 Bv Wind On Plains and colden periods Show that these per Miller on February said today he will set up a and pmda im hp is Kim of Arrifckes illc n 1 as With her Mi l to Arneckes i li nuirricd Mothers March Dimes ennral Survjvors 1 M 1 srtl of the of IdtCil F Of I 9 previoiiMy his bove normal Drinking I T pedestrians also push up the VxllCrO 1VDD F death toll in this Best estimates claim that WCSt RCCOrded the adult pedestrians 20 percent have been drink firc losses the lne luere the lowest ever recorded emnnt Was mulo Toonlinson u ho anrnim rd J118 Fire Chief Lester Frers told np of Ray Katx his DARKNESS More than members of the Cuero Rotary maih as SPrrHsir wo half Of all fatal accidents Club at a noon meeting CanvasKerK for Matljl sia bv m f Kiiehlcr Sipteintjfi 1 He tre IM Amifhovillr i i OVT 1 ha j kinship oser rnot of the Mrs ol A h j inrludintr the Svriar mill three i jlici fumK n j which he n i prrnlaniahiin SCKUIM and in MCUI KnipMI I Toinlinson ho has aniiiunifd r fir 1DS8 for presidenl In The Uxh occur during darkness or ORSM amoim1rd to Dimes campaign in the business rlairris uiMer space to In taken to Si area were appointed hy Prei elude the rnoiri Mark Continued on Page Gi li iii c I t Ix id pin ml iui I TtlO i i r I i ictl J u 1C MIUMI and the Swift CllUrcIl til h in M I lollilll early twilight The according to the fire loss Fd 10 m IH Texas Safety Association CS report of Visitors said he could A ho timates that the mileage ouPlcd uth j of Corpus n hort tiiiu 111 Texas and Si uill oltn to l timaies mat 0 lhe hlgh slandard o trainmK for S of death rate is more than members of the fire enabled Cuero lo a good in surance which entitled property owners to a low pre1 fire PVers ex Each year the fire department 1 sends three men to the Texas he also each in structors from the school I I put I to the tenfr N Hurt iif M r I H iril t of land I i ff f ady to iiian onethird Ire mi tune Depart ahon SplV n f If and tKics continued Vets Have Largest LandBased Plane But No Place To Put It SAX 21 come here to conduct a tuo vveek course for all members of The Texas Disabled AmcricHn the i Veterans owns the Singing was led by John jandhased air Hahn was at to Put j hut what to do with it has San Antonio ily offjciaK first DID I C ntrned out to be a problem al ex pies serf an inteiest in the iut of it LJlOLt V tlxOt i most as big as the plane but the Air Force snd it But nit i one million mile tlie i dei ided it on any more hkf it anri iwikei foi wirne CHEMICALS SALE RESTRAINT URGED and ye shall receive that your joy may i The Air Force decided as i early as last March that the I giant a stepsister to the I was too costly TO keep in MO CASH When we purchasa something on tick mean that John no cash to pay for ihe if we for things that The expression vvould be good for us and we The plane whii rom England where they can we will foot wing span and mMa inf an r note or an Sff ttw means on the receive but we need j as a five i guidance to know for what to cepted by i which a 20 a tail tall story was ac the Air Forre in lf50 it only to a school or a veterans lumbering could to That is when the JMV into lot and convert the picturf formation Working With Right I Iewis a state of lem trvtns ficial of th3 said his group said agreed lo accept the bit plane and work wjfn city officials U off rp K hire Sinn i MI 1 hp a n ifli OJIITJI J f Mii i r c to h In ii VUf I he 1 i l Ml rr irt Of lly i it Je he he 5 1 Un K ib Ici MK sas 0 thcc ly hi ui UPHiiaht his ci t i d Scheduled Committee Meeting Is Postponed A Tipciiru of he DeUitt Akiii fommittee sche i Iuiio January 27 jKixiporiffl unfit a stiidy I veil from the ouni Chairman 1 said llaiuoiK said it is hoped tfyat fc arrive sojjn iiie IVhiiimv l io that a defi nite ilaie the first meeting ran he i i V ill I J Il I I I hi H Thp An Pirc fi i Kf hf rp thf plane i i i IS i pliirif on jui experimental ward its disposal has given ihe DAV until idea wa Kickoff oltee Set 1 For Dimes i train Mjnh of sollcitOfS Ni will uoi k m Ue head T Daule niicwla will gather at in j School at 545 today for a ahfed people i kickoff Humphrey Hi some ported hums and The coffee will last until fi nin ihe tien the March of Moth n IMIM is ers begins Humphrey repotpd weii sfiious ollpctors uill be U l sued
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