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   Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - April 22, 1958, Cuero, Texas                                For All Departments Of The Record Dial 53131 A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY The Weather SOUTH CENTRAL ly rloiidy through Wednesday with widely scattered thunder fthowftni south Scattered north portion Wed No Important temperature 64 APRIL 1958 6 PAGES PRICE 5e RubbleStrewn Tornado Trail Being Cleaned 22 Workers today began picking up the splintered pieces of homes and farm buildings scattered by a tornado that struck south of here late leaving a rubblestrewn trail a mile wide and 20 miles Although the boiling funnel lifted about 20 miles south of high winds and hallstorms continued to lash the countryside to near with one hailstone reported inches around the Sheriff Wayne McCollum of Waxahachie said 10 persons were treated for injuries from the It was necessary to re The city of Cuero is mak ing a sincere effort to elim inate the unsightlessness of abandoned homes and lots In this and we under stand the latest suggestion property is that where a owner refuses to tain only two in the Waxahachie neither in serious con They were Everett arid 1820 Houses j McCollum said the tornado de stroyed 18 or 20 houses between Midlothian and Waxahachie and damaged numerous It also blew down barns and out lines that the city will supervise snapped utility the work and put the cost and trecs on the property tax At high winds blew the Now this plan might get There is no excuse for in cidents such as happened here Sunday afternoon when a jet almost flew through the windows of homes North in top ledge off the Mart Hotel and shattered window panes in the downtown Constable Marvin Norris at in Hill said hail tore up more than a dozen roofs on knocked out windows in several a about 25 homes and a More Liberal Jobless Payment Plan Sought May Extendjunited Fund Steering Benefit Committee To Report Payments The steering committee named to investigate the feasibility of n UP United Fund raising cnmpntgn in legislation nntl j to replace nil or most of President Klsenhuwcrs controver sial reorganization dominate con gressional activity The House Menus the local charity will makeIts report to the public nnd to representatives of Inter ested clubs nnd orKnnlzntlnns llowertun I cd its final session Present Plan Said Inadequate Key Housn Republican prodded posed of the administration today to up quickly with a more liberal Toueiy and Jack plnn of juhless payments than Court In the event of an overflow crowd the McetlnK site steering committee com I Committee scheduled n meeting n meeting at the DeWItt i Monday In the office of County Court House Friday Hcninf April I was an nounced hy Marshall Doggflt The meeting Is scheduled for niul Ihc site Is the Court room on the first floor of the neuly remodeled WATCH YOUR view of the new United Nations Scientific and Cultural Organization building In Paris shows Its outside spiral fanlike and with a absence of The nearing is near the Eiffel International Investigators Wreckage Of Planes today to formally report uut tlu Democraticsponsored bill ex tending unemployment benefit payments an extra 16 The sweeping mili tary reorganization plnn will be i aired in public hearings today lie fore the House Armed Services Defense Secretary I Nell MclJlroy was railed as the first The Senate may debate today a bill which would require reKis tration and reporting of details about employe welfare nnd pen sion The bill was approved Monday by the Senate Labor Com Senate Republican Lead er William Knosvland offered n set of amendments which would require election of union officers Selection of the Hochhelm area by secret ballot at least every j as site for possiblp construction i four years und other steps In of a new dam on the and announced It hnd euinpltlcd Us preliminary In President Kiscnhower has pro pi They complained Democrats put vestlgatlon nnd would report Its Republicans on the defensive by findings nnd recommendations n plftn of for to the gonpial meeting on lrrl j almost all lite ad While no preliminary nnnounministrntion plan would benefit cement of the comniitleo find onlx eligible for state un The tornado alert for the southeastern corner of Texas At the height and speed j from Bryan to Victoria and east the plane was Itj into Louisiana was lifted about could have plowed for three j l blocks had even a minor mishap Foster authorities should dress this young man down a Funeral services were pending J We have many foolish and Tuesday for Mrs Viola Keesler I of Los moth Mother Of Joe Keesler Dies In California Monday ridiculous but when an 85yearold woman is denied er of Joe Cuero business who died following a stroke at home Monfai Keesler was enroute by plane to Angeles The body of who a marriage license because she has no proof she is over 18 of that is the egg that killed the As you perhaps it Funeral Home at pened in InJ3517 Hyde Park Los rlinna Taw rnfnrrpmrnt a until funeral Serv Law enioi cement a probably neld Wed gcncics lower the respect Her son said his mother folkks have for them whenhad shown little will to live after yn tn such ridirulous dcalh of hcr husbandtne ate to such ridiculous ex w in December of In addition to Joe Keeslcr of We noticed in a trade j she is survived by three ad iditional sons and two magazine the story of the Burial will be in little city of known as the Flower Box Tliis town has gone all out in its beutitifi catlon featuring flower Not only are trash containers planted but boxes of flowers are blooming Handsome planters1 business bloom and along side walks by filling i Continued on Pace r i Among Hie 17 persons kill ed Monday after nn Air Force jet and a United Airlines air liner collided near was Charles a son of former Matlock and Matlock of San Tho victims mother will he remembered as the former Merle who was born and raised in In addition to his Matlock is also survived by his wife and a 15yearold both of Sun Bern Matlock was a civilian government employe at San He was gradu ated from Jefferson High School in San Antonio and was employed at Kelly AFB nnd with the government prior to transfer to San LAS 22 Civil Aeronautics inves tigators pieced together in the desert today the burned and twisted evidence that may tell why an Air Force jet and an air liner collided Monday I killing 49 In key of Congress burned nnd redecorated HcWltt County i ings was made Dogged indi employment benefits u ho rated the report would favor n up I nlted tund Campaign with nil local nnd national ram The PlnnPriding previously slaved in lfor reks of additional pay Cuero Invited to nt AH estimated cost of Unofficial figures place the a wns approved Mon mount needed to meet the quotus lnv by Housc flnd Tentative Dam Site Selected of all local drives nt about Means Committee The unan tended to Insure rankandfilc conj Ulvcr hns been trol of union The Senate Rackets Committee memberswas to probe violence and an al telephone lines to the Civil Aeronautics Ad ministration with demands lor increased protection for civilian airliners against the hurtling mil itary jots which the Civil Aero naut ics Board has said are in volved in about onethird of all near collisions in The key question appeared to be whether the Air Force F100F fightertrainer was falling out of control when it crossed the path of the United Air Lines DC7 or whether its instructor pilot simply failed to see the silver Continued on Pago 61 leged shakedown attempt during a 195556 Teamsters strike in Phila announced hy KclRnr Kngelke of The Hochhelm site wan chosen hy the HOPKINS TRIAL SLATED Legionnaires To Lay Convention Plans Plans to attend Mth Dis trict American Legion Conven tion in Beeville Saturday and Sunday will be made tonight when Cuero hold a regular meeting at legion Bill post said the meeting will begin at 8 Soviet Union Suffers Defeat Of Own Making UNITED dor Arkady Sobolev CASH ON THE NAIL TALK PRICE If you go to a grocery and the grocer siks for Coih this he doeint iisOally d nail fur you to pot your money on But the expression started with a real in Buy ers dealing wilh farmers were to put their money on the nail driven in a tree in the artier of town end fhsn ergua Will Award Fellowship A leaching scholarship will be awarded this year to a member of the graduating class j who is also a member of the Fu1 lure Teachers of America chap ter of Cuero High Giles j high school j told members of the FTA at a recent Rirchum is president of Uic that is making j the the Cuero Classroom Teachers As The scholarship will also be presented in following years Students qualifying for the award will receive 550 each year for four years if he continues his plans to be a Birchum said the deadline for applying for this years scholar is May BIBLE VERSE Thou shult deeree a ami It sliall be established ua lo Job We are masters or our des shuuld take a Iirni stand for higher and Behold what mariner of love the Father hath bestowed upon us that we should be called the children of I John Called Meeting Of Band Parents Club A Lick of enough members to elci t Bund 1ajcfiits Club oWiLers at a metliiiK Mon day caused the Mary to call a spctial meet ins April 20 at the Bmd Next weeks meelinK will start at 1 At this Csrruthers said nominations will be ieceiv ed from the nominating commit tee and from the She said new officers ill bo inrinlleM al te May 22 The Soviet Union suf fered a major propaganda de feat of its own making in the Security Council Monday nnd the big question today was Diplomatic quarters said the in accusing the United States of provocative flights by nucleararmed must U trying to block an conference for unknown Until now Kussia has kd the cry fur Iltliminaiy talks fur suuh a cunfen nee actually were in prog in Moscow Friday when Koreign Minister Andrei Gromy ko said hydrogen bombers threatened a new world war by heading tosvard Russia every time there was an Farerl Sum Or ed Iw would air the propagan da charge in the Security Coun cilalthough a motion to cen sure the States faced Mire He withdrew nil charges Monday night rather than put the issue to a losing Diplomats connected the unus ual procedure the Moscow prcsummit negotiations with the Hbomber based on a dispatch written April 7 by Unit ed Press Krank Bartholomew approvril the Defense iJfpui limril in ucl varice of The debate on the Russian II bornb chaiges raged fut six until 9 Swed en did not but all the oili er 10 members of the Security Council All save Russia sup ported the United States and de clared they saw no menace in hours Soviet Amhassa the Hbomber Uuadalupe Blanco River Au thority from nmong the dnm sites investigated by the Bureau of Reclamation In the lower reaches of the The tentative site Is In DeWHt county about eight miles north vf i According to prelimlnniy in formation furnished by the I of the re j scrvoir created by the dnm vould impound some acre feet of conservation nnd yield Horne acre feet of water per year for industrial nnd Irrigation uses Total of the Hochhelm darn is rnughly estimated at J38 of mil lion he attributed to 00 acre feet of flood control payable nut of federal while the re maining J21 1 million would be out of local water The River Authority will ask the nurenu of Reel a ma Ion area staff tc proceed with detail ed studies of the Ilochheim pro Fngelke also reported the Gimdalupc Blanco River Auth ority doing all it can to assist the Army Engineers with the construction of the Canyon Latest Information from the district of Coi pa uf that Icstlnx urul prellininaiv wurl IM satisfactorily i lliu prujci I In whiuh the liiadiilupc Hhinto Jluer Auihonly conlra ted tor nlf feet of space for ater onservation Initial contracts are schccjulcri to be let before Julv I vote penrrally followed 1 party and was reported ns cither Mll or i Democrats planned to call it up for House ncUiii late this week or early I GOP congressional leaders plan inrd to discuss their Trial of VicstrnteKy with President Kisen toria doctor charged with failure jhower Labor to avoid collision nnd jJnines author of is scheduled to beffn at i administration was called to Wednesday In Court weekly White House meeting DcVVItt county Judge iff Republican congressional Icnd AuRTist Holxapfel presiding The charges were liiought a jalnst Hopkins after an nuto he wns driving was Involved In a thnsecnr collision January 0 near Thorn as The cnse will be tried by a six Richardson Elected 1959 Muster Chairman Other economic developments Then1 wns no indication Dem on olio leaders in Congress had changed their waitandsee atti tude on an income tax cut a statement by House Sum Hnyburn Rayburn called on the administration and Congress to make a quick de 1 ilon on whether taxes should cut to gtirnulntf He did not commit himself to support reduction nnd informed Cuero rommcnt3 school wai ted muster chairman for 115 unlt May before ink Monday night when TeKfK tnR nny nrtinn cxen and their fflmllicK Rathered jhp Federal Board the large picnic unit in OIPPO disclosed that its dTision to Municipal Park fnr their annual Switch from an antiinflation ItlRht money pohey wns takpn ChalrmHn of Monday niRhts Jnst 12 the recessinn event was Paul Some wns unmistakable The Board former Aggies and their families I Monday authorized n reduction in attended the discount rates from 2 to I 4 Fielding Brerden uat elected per by the Host on and Allan SPcretarytreaHUrer for the Federal 12 Youngsters Of Area Invited To Compete In Soap Box Derby effective banks same reduction week increase the flow of Packing House Offers Specialties n Meats Not Found Everywhere from this aren A uf 11 anil lj Urn d an involution tu pu i i i pule in the Soap bitliv h uncial in Kan first inner ill cd nn expensepaid trip Inr were self and n parent to the AllAm m ehcan Soap ffex Dei by in Home t later in The Antonio innn ll base a hanre Akron to for m to of hi rhmp and many hooks flnd application blanks for the San Anronio dorby mny be obtained at Tre Cuero SERVICES FOR HERMAN HOTZ iii Ilernmn f ueni ho n San dided ijnd funeral meat How would you folks like a nice us would have to beef 14 to 16 price Too big heres a box of six Tbone straks for You can get these and others like fiorn i Chica go packing lhal has the a tuUti ttfij has put llic liufjk Of bcrf tfi bonded bourOjn arid The Pfielxrr HfOtbfS da jumped intn n high pro tn on the In stallment one of the brothers who nans the said many Americans who can afford the best are getting only Ihe becundbest when it cornes to Our service will permit them lo eat in accordance vsith tiieir slatiull ill he he Uie itclfiS aient especially intended for tii cairiaff They are for iinson lisciirninating taste of Tlv items include S that some of filet mignon and 4 sirloin Then theres pork chops in regular and short ground round lamb and ham Prices who cares letjs live it in the something thats never been done Its hard to he but no matter how much mon ey youve got you cant buy prime meat at retail except In a very few Now were French PTA To Install Officers New officers French PTA will be installed Wednesday afternoon during a meeting held at the John French Koeh John A Mark Lutheran officiated wns Hillside Hot liorn 139V in n ST th laH A and Jjnkr is former Myr tle Mac Davis arp his of Texas two RlUiP Joe and Herman Jr both of Clifton Ixiis Lynn Uatson of and Dorothy Kelly and Ber nice both of Clifton for the John w Ferguson of San i Antonio two Lloyd of Cheapside and of Cuero and j 15 Id like to point Pfac1 ihippmtj it all over the ieri publicity said ihe zer said In an Interview that the prices arent as high ihe Consider this ia ihe y lop of iheie finer Cuosider also theres abiolutely no nste no no nothing bui delici ous packed in dry ready for the to sirloin strip at JH5 your front door a lull line of j tenderloin steaks at 1R 8 dent iiaid company n top meat pnme And if ou i vvti Ihe iiteuk OUT In front of you isnt like the une ou at festau ui bei ause it the same kind of Its the dif Fl m e and t hoi next meeting will begin at 3 Ul TeU th iCouiJ lor Ml a lei bual Itic meeting hn lAieti pltKiiieil tu le for moth ers who c i hildt en in school for the fust tinr i Vt dPi for of iikiujssn Sol II mul the Ko icjn ITjiiAitleJ lit MarLle The uiil iufiii triiu a quarry nfir abandoned one that produ ei ibc marhlo for ihf crypt nf the I iv ioldirr of XVorld will held Memorial   

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