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Kerrville Daily Times (Newspaper) - August 04, 1957, Kerrville, Texas Miss Texas pageant ends in City tonight of Kerr Niue Eimes Winner to represent Texas in National event Here smooth a associated press news and wire photos Kerrville Kerr county Texas sunday aug. 4, 1957 volume 49 number 112 dedication of dam is scheduled the Hunt Ingram Lions club will sponsor dedication of the new dam near Ingram aug. 17. The program will include boat races. Water show. Barbecue. Dedication speaker. A h. C. It Herb it Petry jr., a member of the Texas Highway commission and a past governor of Lions International will be main speaker. Tickets for the Barbecue will be sold for $1 each. Other entertainment features will be free to the Public. Everyone is invited. Kerr county officials Are cooperating in planning of the dedication event. Lee Goff is county commissioner of the precinct in which the dam is located. A number of High officials in the Lions International organization Are expected to be on hand. Area animals High in event Fredericksburg a c. In Godbold of Leakey exhibit id the Champion b Type Buck of the 38th annual show and Sale event of the Texas Angora Goat raisers association. Prize animals were to by aug tinned saturday closing out thes three Day event. Champion Buck in c Type mohair was shown by Albert Jen Kins of Rocksprings. Howard Hay of Bandera took the lion to share of honors in the Doe exhibit. He won the championship for both the Best b and c Type does. Champion c Type sales Doe was exhibited by j. Moore of Ingram. Miss Gail Nichols 17, of Leakey was named miss mohair elect. Brooks sweeten of Rocksprings was re elected president of the Angora association. 14 scared women held hostages Point of the Mountain Luah pm a fourteen frightened women were held hostage for one hour last night by a group of 15 prison inmates who seized control of the auditorium at the Utah state prison. But All the women members of a Novelty orchestra group known As the Kitchen rhythm met Tes from Price Utah were released unharmed. Weather West Texas a continued hot with possible scattered showers. Girl scout Camp a girl scout camping period ends today at the in e. But foundation campsite singing Hills. More than 80 girls Are participating. Parents of the girls will join them today for a Barbecue. Camp activities have included crafts swimming and Many other attractions. A. A. A. To totalitarianism states Church must say no new Haven Conn. A a a bus said Kerrville 5 years ago Here today five years ago aug. 4. 1952 Talent have been Busy since arrival Here Friday morning. A a i a full House is expected for pageant Here will end tonight at sunday to performance. This morning the girls will be feted at a special breakfast at the Scenic Villa Camille along. With the judges. The girls again ten finalists a who will be Woji he judged at a luncheon at named just before curtain time he Blue Bonnet hotel. By Carroll Abbott the thru packed miss Texas the Arcadia theater with the naming of the Lone Star state s Delegate to the miss America finals. Will vie for the title in the final staging of he Beauty and Talent Dallas texan pro football show w.hi5.h a captured the team performed for photographers and newsmen and were scheduled to practice today. For july a political convention elected displaying Young officers to run Kerrville for a Day. Hill country Cowboy Camp meeting began with daily services set through Augustio. A swimming meet and wat a Nacenna were announced for the Cascade Pool. Entries were invited. New rotary president. Or. David Mccullough put rotary committees to work. Hearts of Kerrville. Thirty three beauties coming from All parts of the state and a great array of quest for miss Texas a top photo shows a Bunch of the beauties of the miss Texas pageant being conducted in Kerrville. The finals Are slated tonight at the Arcadia theater. Bottom photo shows first night winners miss Beverly Ann Burmister left. Miss fort Worth and swim suit Competition award Winner and right miss Carolyn Calvert miss Austin Winner of the it St or it Talent Competition. Swaze photos. Cowboy Camp meeting set City is cleaner thirsty the judges score the girls on Talent face figure poise and personality. This afternoon the Braz sport Jaycees Are holding a shrimp party for All the girls their chaperones and visiting Jaycees. The pageant under the production of Bill Tyer of fort Worth has been a smooth Well timed affair. Cactus Pryor of Austin wit and television personality has paced the show As master of ceremonies. Near tragedies a magnified by immense pressure of the compe a tuition a have failed to mar the festive air of the pageant. For instance Friday night just before she was to compete in the swim suit Competition. Beverly Burmeister building permits in Kerrville of fort Worth Wras sprayed with for the month of july totalled a bottle of pop in a ill timed joke. Building permits $31,250 $31,250. Permits for construction were issued As follows p. In Threadgill. New residence 113 West Barnett St., $3,500 the pop stained her White swim suit and miss Burmeister was nearly in tears. A Quick rinse of the suit and then a Swift drying by an electric dryer l. L. Davis move from 5041 saved the Day and miss Bur Earl Garrett St. To 221 e. Davis moister went on to win the first St., and alteration. $4,500. T. D. Mcelroy addition garage. 812 wheelus St., $150. Night to plaque As a miss swim to ?� delayed props dresses mixed Kerrville is getting cleaner and 44 Westminster $5,500 Leo , new residence. I up in transit the loss of other thir Stier. City manager r. H i Weiss said saturday. He referred to increased Gar i apparel hampered some of the d. P. Braden new residence. Girls a but everything was in 700 Lee St. $9,000. Readiness each night at curtain Bage and trash disposal water usage in the City. Or. Josephine Trevino Addi time. Anc lion. 424 Paschal $100 this afternoon Bob sicker of l. E. Hedrick addition 124 Kerrville flying service will during the month of july City Westminster $200. Vehicles and Crews hauled off american National the Hill country Cowboy Camp meeting will open today at the Tabernacle on Highway 27 near Mountain Home. It will extend Brough aug. La. Sunday services Are scheduled at la a. Rn., 3 p. Rn., and 8 p. In. Weekday services will be held at 5 p. In. And 8 p. In. Young people and Pray e r1 groups will meet at 7 p. In. Daily. Regular speakers for the meeting will be the Rev. Jess Moody of Waco Baptist evangelist the Rev. L. U. Government employees increasing whisk state Jaycee president w. Insurance in. Pete Snelson in from Long-240 loads of garbage and trash. Co., new Carport 628 main St. View. Where he is attending an and too loads of Trees limbs and $1,500. Other Jaycee function. He will be on hand tonight when miss Texas is crowded. Also trophies will go to first and continued on Page 3 Washington up a a net in Spellman of Hunt crease of 15.869 civilian govern miscellaneous trash. This totalled 340 loads record for the City in a single month. It represents 4.581 cubic Yards of refuse a 550 More Yards than Ever was hauled in a previous month. Joking about it Weiss said a owe done to know whether to say Kerrville to becoming cleaner or ?� but for sure More water is being consumed and used. tuesday wednesday the City pumped 4.6 million Gallons of Wate r a record for a 24-hour period this summer. The Rudy Ayala new residence 800 _ a Hays St. $6 ,500, j. A. Meredith 900 Myrta alteration $300. Tourney to open Here methodist minister and the Rev. Meat employees was reported but j 1 us to 1 ,7 1 1 p. B. Hill pre minister. Son. Byrd sva Tor the year All services Are open to the i jul quote 30. Potential is 6 minion go Public the program for today is the Rev. P. B. Hill will speak 401.2h2 june Byrd said total civilian employ ment by the government was 2. Facilities and personnel Weiss j the thirteenth annual heart of de the Best meet in the history pump age dropped to 2.71 the Hills Golf tournament a of the event Here. Rain one of the Best Small town meets one of the innovations is the in the Southwest a will tee Oft lame Duck tournament which Gallons at 8 a. In. Monday As dozens of allows each golfer to get in a per Day Here. It can met by City golfers swing away. At the morning worship service 2.384,423 at the end of the pre at la a. In. With special music Vious fiscal year. Full week of Competition on the fuzzy Swayze tournament i greens. Those who Are out of 30 compared with said. Rector for the chamber of com the running thursday will enter pressure had remained fairly i a Force sponsored project expect the Friday and saturday Tournai by mrs. Raymond the Rev. Marshall Armstrong. Smith will Jum i constant and uniform throughout regular civilian employment in the City he added. Water Bills Are being sent out users Are urged to use continued on Page 3 the showed a net increase of a a speak at the 3 p. In. Service. A 8,000 Over May Byrd reported As in Green color this month a re free supper w ill be served at j chairman of the joint committee minding that water makes grass on reduction of nonessential fed. Green it was said. Eral expenditures. During the year the report said there was an increase of 35,795 in employment by the civilian agencies to 1.240,288, and a decrease of 18.926 in civilian employment by the military to 1,161,004. 6 p. In. Prayer service and Young people to meeting will be conducted at 7 p. In. The Rev. Or. Spellman will preach at the 8 p. In. Continued on Page 3 communist beleaguered German Bishop declared that a othe Church of Christ can Only say her Ever a othe Good fight which we As christians Are called upon to fight is not tied up with any lasting not to the demands of i earthly interest be it that of a totalitarianism. Class of a race a nation or any lutheran Bishop Hans Dibelius political system. Of Berlin who presides Over Ani a othe Battle however which area mostly in communist East we May fight and shall fight Germany spoke before a crowd of 1,500 in Yale University to Woolsey Hall. Declaring that christians can obey totalitarian rulers a oin outward matters but never surrender a wherever Many to conscience is involved a Bishop Dibe weather hot Ory vow auxiliary meeting slated res study resistance Dallas 1,1 j the weather Bureau issued today this Outlook to aug. 7 West Texas temperatures 3 held at 8 p. In. Monday. To 6 degrees above Normal. No Russell a Aga called a meeting of senators from nine South a regular meeting of the poem states today to decide How Hill country news briefs in Comfort a a Watermelon party will be held by the Comfort Lions club at 7 30 p. In. Tuesday. Entertainment will be provided by the Lions crippled children to Camp at Kerrville. A 10-acre Field of Milo Maize was harvested on the s. P. Tomlinson place at Waring. Yield was heavy and said to be among the Best Grain in Kendall county this year. Men s auxiliary of the heart out j much More resistance to offer the Hills vow Post 1480 will Bel to the administration to battered civil rights Bill. The Senate finished its rewriting of the House passed measure late yesterday but final argue with All our might is the Battle i afternoon and evening Thunder and a Large turnout is expected ments on its passage were put it will be held in the vow head important daily changes. Light quarters building rain or none in widely scattered no meeting was held in july Junction Welcome ban ment for medal play. Tony Butler again will be the director. The Harlingen pro is a popular favorite Here with visiting golfers. A full schedule of Golf and social activities have been arranged. Here is the schedule monday night Barbecue with continued on Page 3 baseball Camp boys to attend churches Here boys at the Mort Cooper base continued on Page 3 showers. Monday night officials said Over until next week. The whole gang ners Are out for the 21st annual j ban school in Progress at sch Hill country race meet and Billy Reiner Institute will attend the Church of their Choice today. Transportation to the various Kerrville churches Wil be provided. The Camp has 82 boys and nine instructors. Tod Akin is director. Ronnie Chalk a Kerrville boy and instructor at the school will 1 take a group to his Church today Camp officials said. Sale scheduled in Junction aug 8-10. Miss Laverne Johnston of Junction was crowned miss mohair Angora Queen of the universe at ceremonies Here in Fredericksburg. Fredericksburg Many preparations Are underway for continued on Page 3 swimming it crafts

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