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Corpus Christi Caller Times Newspaper Archives May 19 1957, Page 2

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Corpus Christi Caller-Times, The (Newspaper) - May 19, 1957, Corpus Christi, Texas Corpus Christi caller times Sun May 19 1957 t4ble of Gulf tides weather and thunderstorm activity Are expected to be scattered through an area South of a line extending from the Virginia coast Westward to the Rockies this afternoon rain and showers Are forecast for the Pacific Northwest and great plateau Region Snow May fall on High peaks of the Central and Northern Rockies the rest of the nation is scheduled to have fair weather a wire photo map today monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday saturday High a m a m a m p in a m p m am a m a m a m p m Low am a m am p m a m fiq6 am a m pm a m pm a m pm ice elements knights of Columbus from All Hall served by the ladies of the Over the state began arriving Catholic daughters court will Fol yesterday for their fifty third an Nual state convention about 1500 Are expected when the business40 sessions underway tuesday second and third degrees will this morning the most Rev be conferred on about 40 Candi Adolph Marx cd do from the area at n am celebrate mass at the Corpus f Christi Cathedral at 8 Oclock for local Counci Home 5525 the delegates their wives and is Alameda past weeks weather data Klyk silted r7 of wr4thkk Bureau sunday monday tuesday wednesday thursday Friday saturday High Low precis 85 84 87 86 s7 86 81 75 71 73 75 77 76 64 Trace 30 highest temperature last 12 hours Retrina 73 est temperature last 18 hours und Pital toronto54 i icon for 24 hours ending at pm Winnipeg 6s of Anchorage Cost saturday Albany n y fort Worth May is a Strong feeling of optimism co Portland Ore Kerning the retail Trade Outlook and consumer buying was reflected Here today by credit Lead ers on hand for annual meetings of five organizations and to participate in the 57th annual Texas consumer credit conference 54 67 Atlanta j risk Arr 65 Boise w Boro 59 Brownsville is buffalo60 Casper 67 Charleston s Sci Chicago 50 Cincinnati s3 Cleveland 64 1 Columbus os3 i Denver 69 Detroit 50 Ida Luton 4t e paso 84 Fargo 65 fort Worth 74 galvestons3 Helena 73 Jacksonville 90 Kansas City 62 los Angeles is Louisville s6 Memphis s3 Miami simple st Paul 9 new York 69 Omaha j54 Oklahoma City s5 17 Phoenix 91 Pittsburgh 69 Portl Anri me63 Richmond 90 us Louis 76 Salt Lave City san Antonio 75 san Francisco 6i st Ste Marie 5s Seattle 67 Spokane 64 Tampa so Washington 53 Wichita 44 49 64 43 52 51 71 33 3 70 46 61 50 60 41 44 34 59 41 62 75 41 56 60 62 68 76 42 56 45 b5 56 42 53 63 48 61 57 40 is 61 51 65 Fairbanks 70 Juneau 62 hawaiian 43 45 37 44 47 guests breakfast in the Cathedral major degrees will is conferred 1 in the afternoon by James f Houlihan state Deputy and other state officers business sessions will be Mon Day and tuesday officers will be elected and installed and the Ammal Indianola pilgrimage slated Host watches state Kofu officials Register w f Wilson state chief Houlihan and Quintanilla from left 54 Honolulu 12 four Ken temp hotlinks Berun 02cooenhasen52 1 Oil Tokyo 6s Oscas Blanca 64 10 Mexico citi73 history of the famed old ghost serve on the supreme Board and John t Rocap of Indianapolis convention banquet will be tuesday night at the Robert Uma Rocap Voll Ruve Mon i Macdonald talk set for cipro caller times news service Galveston congressman Torbert h Macdonald mass member of the House interstate and foreign Commerce commit 04 tee which is considering Legisla a Stion to Amend the natural Pas act is a last minute addition to speakers who willbe heard at the 102 i 45 02 43 01 01 j04 town of Indianola will be relived i Drscoll hotel convention again today when citizens from j quarters throughout the state Are expected j other officers to be present to take part in the annual Houlihan the top Man Ola pilgrimage the pilgrimage honors the 50th anniversary Guerra of Corpus Christi will serve As vice chairman the grand knights of the three h Johnston f steering the state group Are Dan Here this also Marks lowest temperature saturday 22 at it was Hirston n h he Chest temperature saturday 96 at Presidio Texas other Texas cities the amount of credit being extended today to Consumers is Abilene Well in line with their ability to i Alice so pay said Harold a Wallace of st Louis executive vice presi Dent of the associated credit bureaus of America signs of the times a speaker at the opening session cited As encouraging signs of the times 1 that the Public indebted Ness is no larger proportionately in 1957 than it was in 1946 and 2 savings accounts still Are 11 holding up Well in the Aba executive said a National Survey showed that 70 per cent of All seeking consumer Cre i have both the ability and willingness to pay for their Pur chases 20 percent will pay Dills but need guidance 3 percent Are slow because of unemployment seasonal employment 2 percent Are slow pay because of the shift of population and 5 percent Are hard to collect from or come under the classification of dead beats new science encouraged another act speaker was ed1 Ward j Strasma of Kankakee his who operates a number of credit bureaus in Illinois hell urged that the techniques of the new science of management lie incorporated in All credit Bureau operations to expedite the Exchange of credit information for f the Benefit of Consumers Edward Bock of Austin president of the retail merchants association of Texas which opens its annual meeting Here sunday hailed the steady improvement in retail business during the first fiv2 months of 1957 As indicative that another Good business year is in store for us membership increases f m Boyd of Dallas president of the retail credit executives of Texas reported nearly a 30 percent increase in the state organizations membership now numbering 5829 j o Vinson of san Angelo act president and Robert h l Albright of Galveston president of acts credit collection serv ice both reported that general Rains in the state have brought an improved spirit of optimism in the retail credit Field joint chiefs of staff concept is supported Sam Gottlich chairman of i local advisory Council on naval j affairs said that at a meeting new York last week the Council gave Strong support to the concept of the joint chiefs of staff setup the action was a result of re cent agitation for a single chief of staff which would place the armed forces under one Man this the Council believes would be an alien concept Gottlich said 55 64 annual meeting of the Texas Independent producers iwo Royalty owners association Here next week congressman Macdonald re Quested to be heard before inde pendent Gas producers in order to explain and urge support of his settlers of the once thriving sea port and raises funds to maintain two old cemeteries on the town site the James f Fannin chapter of the daughters of the Republic of Texas and the old Indianola cemetery association who instituted the pilgrimage Are sponsors of the pilgrimage the groups were assisted the port Lavaca chamber of Commerce and local civic clubs a Barbecue dinner will be served at am at the la Salle Monument at si50 a plate local councils j msgr Jose soils Wilson comprise committee and the Gallagher of Abilene state Secre tary Reyoraldo g Garza of Brownsville immediate past state Deputy o Martinez of Laredo state treasurer nato a Quintan Lla of Sari Antonio state advocate Ernest g Langenhorst of fort Rodney j Hardey of new London state Warden and the it Rev Worth state chaplain the supreme officers of the International Catholic order will be represented by r Conroy Scoggins of Houston past state j Deputy and the first texan to fiftieth anniversary of the local organization Council 1202 delegates to the convention will come from 155 councils in the state and will include 39 District deputies 57 state chairmen and committeemen and the nine state officers the program for the delegates wives will begin at 1 pm today j when the local chapter of the other local Council members serving As committee chairman Are the it Rev Albert h Schmitt Rector of the Cathedral in charge of All Church services Thomas Hooper registration Joseph Hans or ladies enter1 Tain ment Harvey Megerle transportation Clifton d Morris ban Quet Archie Solito navigator of ithe fourth degree knights judge Patrick Dunne master of Cere monies at the banquet Joe Salem souvenirs Delmas Gregory hospitality Fred Mccaleb grand Marshall of the Parade acid Clarles Kaler or state general program chairman or e h Waters onto Mefflin 4703 upriver or Shell Rood examinations Corpus Chr Itri Man tue Fri and Sot Call tul1191 examinations Salfu Orlob wed and thurs Call 674 followed by the program at Daub leaves Egypt 45 pm Sam r Fisher of m Ember chapter the the Tom Houston Oconnor sons of the Cairo Reuters Egypt May 18 of Catholic daughters America have a Silver Tea for mrs a j Rohan state Regent of the cd in Cathedral Hall open House it will be open House of the coun cil Home from 7 am on the councils swimming Pool will be open for the guests air conditioner see if now As Low As Ghan stans prime minister to h f Hetherington District i we i 1c Jollit j it u Jaq Ujj s Republic of Texas will give the i hammed Daud left Here for Home Deputy is general chairman of the principal address today after a fou Day visit convention committee John c air conditioning engineering co 4001 Ayers loft year pm te55386 Ess 52 86 is 63 to Fis 53 40 47 Federal regulation Only from smaller Independent producers and leave the larger producers Houston ing Stiie Laredo Lubbock Presidio Utility regulation imposed san Angelo Victoria 3 the Phillips decision of the Waco Wichita Falls court in the past he has been critical of efforts by Gas pro Calgary Edmonton to remove Federal Power Montreal Quebec regulation Row we a Xiv Are Active now protect your Trees shrubs with our guaranteed spraying tre Alfnett pest fog inc tu48214 jewellers Laou ered wooden or design 6glosses 1pitcher hand Cut heavy Crystal Large Jackson vits fied China Reg value now 8 piece Crystal 4pates Silver plated Reg value make sure the key to your front door will always belong to your family Prudential insurance can help pay the mortgage or rent if youre not Here or when you arc unable to work because of sickness or injury see your Prudential agent 301 n Chaparral 1014 Leopard insurance annuities and biotic ton o u

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