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VOL. 68—NO. 175
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9 “A \TT?n7CDADT?n T~>T7TT»T IT'/^rpo Trro T TXTTrTnf')
‘A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY"
Soth Central Texas— Clear to
partly cloudy and warm thru
Thursday with widely scattered
afternoon and Evening thunder -
showers north portion. law
tonight tiH to 76. High Thurs-
day KH to HI*.
CTERO„ TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE IT 1962
K-Town Talk Summer Youth
.mu-'tis; Program Starts
day of flic Stars and Stripes
and the same date is also Army AT jf "%
1 hi y. tht 1ST ill anniversary of I V/l /■ d'T T O ■ r CH*U
the establishment of the V. S lYX V U-L A CL L
Army ■ w
oi)set\an,es s.i, h a,s. ipe Cuero’s summer youth program, featured bv swim-
x'Pin Id be. Itiunu a ^ruat uh.ii ^
ut the;r appeal tin* years go tning classes and many other varied activities, will get
by. Tins' nation .has adopted under way Monday at Cuero Municipal Park.
« 'more sophisticated attitude
Perhaps it is not actually less
patriotic, but it is less demoii-
.sfrali . e
There seems to he a geu
erul feeling that oliservanc
es of tiiis kind — Idag Day,
Army Day. Memorial Day,
Armistice Day under its
new name ot \ eterans Day
— till belong to the era of
World War I and tire as old-
fashioned as the I'ourth of
duly political barbecue,
lint Hag Day is n symbolic
oei 'Tsiun lli.i' ought. tv.It to tie
subdued otl.i' neyv found aura
ut sophist it ion A . little omo-
ttwnat elevation un suoJv a day
might lie a go.sl thing all a-
round .for this i oimm . T !i e
f igs ought' to fix m Cue to on
Appeal Is Set
For June 17
Cuero High School Head Coach Bill Ford, who will
be in over-all charge of the program, said that.every
effort will be made to present a well-rounded schedule
of activities In which all participants will find some field
Registration for both boys
and girls .in the swimming
( lasses will be conducted Mon-
day beginning at 8 a. m
Registration hours for the
various age groups are as fol-
lows: 8 a. m. Monday nine
and ten-year olds; 8 l'i a m.
seven and eight-year-olds':
9:30 a m six-year-olds: 10:1a I
a. m. 11 years old and up: 11
a. nr, advanced students, with
junior and senior life-saving'
ONE TOO MANY—With newsmen breaking for the. door following the tradition !] "Thank
you, Mr. President,” which always ends a presidential White House ngws < inference,
President Kennedy decided to take one extra question, lie said he should Imvt stopped
while he was ahead. The question concerned a "serious disagreement betweendhe Chief
Executive and Mayor Robert E. Wagner of New York.” He conceded a difference of
opinion, but not one affecting their friendship, then walked swiftly from the platform.
June 17 will Ik- observed here candidates
1 ig lny. jus! as .they used ‘ to •'** I’mted Qothiflg Appeal Sun-j Classes will be organized
do. and as you'pa<> one by it 'day. The observance is spons-j Monday, and regular instruc-j
migi.it i>e Af'i! give a ihoiighf oiaxi by die Texas Council of! ^on " ill get under way Tues-
oc • ,vo to what it means.
\rravs of massed flags
and ranks of marching men
have losl some of Iticir sig
nilicance. I vcrylxxlv knows
that no real war will ever
again lx- fought by ranks of
inarching men. their colors
flying as they go into ac
lion. Hut the Slars and
Siri|>es remains as the sym
hoi of this nation's unify
nod its pur|M>se.
,,, . , ... .... _, , i day morning. There wilt be an
Churches and Tinted Church .......
initial two-week period of in-
W omen of Cuero. ! struct ion for the first classes.
The clot lies, to be distributed j Monday through Friday, -follow- •
to needy families, are to be left ' ed by a second two-week pe-
at each family’s church, from nod.
where shipments will be for- High School Coaches Jodie-
While s Auto \LBJWill Dedicate
Store For Cuero Sterile
About July 15
14 PAGES — PRICE 5c
Biflie Sol Tries
To Skip Grand
BY WILLIAM (LAYTON
Lnited Press International
I RANKLIN' (UPI) Billie So! Estes lawyer today
filed a petition for a writ to keep Kelps from testifying
before a Texas grand jury.
The grand jury wants to find out what connection,
if any. Estes has with the death of agriculture agent
Heniy H Marshall Marshall was believed to be investi-
gating EstiV cotton allotment operations when he was
cfound shot to death June 3, 1961.
-—------- 1 John Cot Pi- .of Austin, Estes
Three To (iirls
Slate In Austin
ie.nl ".‘ die Soud;
Indu.-J i \
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Vice-Prc'ident Lyndon B
•Johnson . 'will dedicate ilie T.V-
millinn-pc.r week sterile fly j
plant at Mission:-' headquarters';
if the ■ Soudr.vest'. Screw"(.irnY.j ^ 1 tC'iden
A White's Auto Store will open' i;: 1,1,1 S*1'1'11- "n S:"' ,ak,‘ :n ;l>p 'l,''iu'1'K,n cere-'
in Cuero about July 15. R o < - lint '-’ motue- C G. Scrug-g-. presj-
vvarded to Church World Serv-j Witte and Ray Palmour will be J Save. .. franchise ouher.' p^d-a IVdicadon ceromonie- begin ,lon! of SWAIIRF said
reporter " W,vinosday :,,"U a tin at -he plant U mile, a Jim,lam r,„."lho rn
", north of. .Mission. Also, included
the swimming instructors. ! Record
‘The Cuero campaign is under There will be a pool fee of ten morning
the direction of Mrs. John Y. j cents, but no other chargeWilt 1
Bell, chairman of Christian s*v| he made for the
The business veil] l>e located
die day's piograni yv ill. hq !n'p Southwest Stoikinen and
dal relations, Unbed
swimming ; jn t,lp Grftv(>s building. 138 F-.ast . tours of the plant before- pi o- 'port-men in '! exa- Oklahoma
Thi']'<- d l,S,a .......... - Ch“rChi dThr'r„u,h Ccmcr « I""™“
thm this country is .suffering Following .s « hst of items j NY A Building in the park. also j M, Saye was intervievved by Thi- plant, built ' w.iif,.' hind
will be opened Monday. Under,. Pecord reni-esenmi we \vm. contributed' b\ mdi. idu-il via
Mo:\iuo Will i*ni oj\r-tiTrnondou5
v'* « —-I wuuumi; in UK- lift I -IV .d]>ii : m„ c_____ _____ - . - _________i i... I up tn-;mi ihiiii u-it-h lime.
! .m deten ration of its moral that can be used: w «r„ i..u.iuay, .inner , pp,,.,.r ,-enresental,ve Wed '
sire.wd!: and charade,' There Mens and bays' suits, over-,.,., supervision of Coach Cayie j-nosdav momm, as ho ass-stPd stock producers and sportsmen ,hf' ,
i- even -U'jijcion that ihc Unit- coals, trousers, overalls, work j Watkins. Hours at the rente, P . . ‘ M
ed State-. nVighi : not have, the dioes, socks, mufflers., c aps, «-ill be from 3 p.‘ m. to 8,-p
Three ..girls : are representing
u-k ttie AnifM'1,1 an Leg) >n Auxiliary
at Biueb mnet Girls State in
ire very pii.i-erl tn.,1 Alls’in. The mythical 31st. state
ihnson . wih is .made up of 400 high school ’
gi-r-ls front ! hrougtioul. Tex is.
Cuero representatiyes are Di-
ane ffermeke. daughter of Mr.
and, Mrs .Larry’ Henneke; Char-
lotte. T. Bell, daughter' of Mr.
and Mrs. John Y. Bell; arid
Hanna Wallace, daughtei of
Mrs. Miriam Waliare.
Bluebonnet ■"■Girls St ate began.’
j attorney. said he w as asking for
the writ "on the grounds that if
he Estes is under heavy suspi-
cion of murder, the grand jury
• has no right to call him'at ail.
' ll . he is not Under suspicion.
I'then I want to find t,ut what tlie
.state eontends If he is not un-
der suspicion, lie is.-noi going to
let the grind jury’ use as in-
ference against him that he re-
fused to testify.”
FRANKLIN (CPI)— Bil
lie Sal Estes u ent before
a Texas grand jury today
to tell It what he knows
about the mysterious
death of an Agriculture
Department official. What
he testifies will, of course,
nol be made public at this
lime since grand jury pro-
ceedings are secret.
....... ............ Dist. Judge John M. Barrort
benefits from the n eli( at ion of U',vtn,--d:,v oR<j y.;;>; continue f-aid he - will hold a hearing on
troo-ers overalls veortr I ir ; i.eso,,„mg a s nc assi.s, e„ .......................................... ^ It-Work pest 'tlit'pUgh Juno 23. Upon the girls 'he petition as soon as possible;
User., ov pi aits work Watkins. Hours at the center j ,n ,in. ou1 a dl.vWin-g ,)arti. through the Southwest Animal .-..njrdnting thc.m. Yice-Presi-| rc,llnv to Cueim. they will |>e a- In the petition for the writ.
' ti,.n mid rleeoi,. wall boards Health Research Foundation, is ' dmt Johnson - an sta>ak for ■ <" before civic Gofer said Estes Is- being il--
inside the ivudding to make being dedicated, io The, improv e- . . -yiubs .and -v nsoi ing institu- legally restrained by the sub-
1 ’t^n and others interested l!()„, fs.ena issued against him.
I ur the jirogiam I om this wide The Ideal t epresent a Jives are The subjvoena, he said, was is- .
a i fa. .sponsored by the Legion Auxili- sued . illegally because Estes is
core and siatn.ina "to- undertake and gloves: womens’ and girls'j on Mondays Tuesdays Tilth's
I-' w.eaT. gloves and scarves; ch.il- davs. j ,‘ ■, , . , .
Blit Khrushchev and ins satel- dren arid infants, every kind of j Coach Ford said that a mim- a V'’ n<l>.Taseu. a . Pome at Ik
1 i.icN ,i, o not \ pt D.uiy to mAko 1 nilclipn s clotrung <inn ui\l ttc>, bor of duncus u il 1 b*» j t. . | .
a w inner-iake-aildiet on such an refugee families, blankets, bed sfxmsored during the course of’ ,’IS a''ei" >
assumption, And Pus probably Imens, cloth mnnants for sevv-i the program, and definite an-j
demon.tr.Pcs that they have mg and sewing kits. j nountements will [>*>
been reading- their history les-; All used clothing,, blankets. |ater. *
sons if nothing else.
\ hundred years agu this
. country survived the hlixidi
est and most liittcr inteme-
i ine slaughter in all his-
tory. tlie American < iv il
Mar. There was fear then
thiil moral decay was about
to react, a |xi7nt that the na-
tion could no! hope lo oyer
!tedding and other items .-should
be clean, in <g<»i condition, jj J J, r Li C
mended and ready for use. DIOS jOUQM lOT
Men’s and boys’ shoes are ex-: »• ■ D 'J
jiecially needed. ,a. well as chii-! LlflUCfldU DflQQC
dren'k shoes of all sizes. Wont-, ,
eh's shoes are needed in size! DeWitt County Commissioner. Sayc ■ be • % is,led- many
five and up No open toes, high Court is advertising for bids P-11'1'- "f Texas looking for a
heels or backless shoes a r e , on a bridge to he constructed- ’’ ^jble • store J.
needed. ion file Boehm Branch, rwi the.
moved some of his,
me furnishings to Cuero. ,
Save,: his vv ite. Alary: Lou. and
made ^ their M-yearatld . son, Johnny,
will move to Cuero from Wichi-
! ta. Falls where he operated a
'j retail .grocery 'store for a nun;-
. ! t,er of year.-, and later w as pm-
[ployed at Shi’ppafd Field, U.s
i Army air Jta.se
Are Invited To
DeWitf County fa iiiicrs and
■ When turned in, shot-s should 1 -tndenau Church - 'mad n e a r
’i'lt.(- was a ip tost universal, he tied together'in pairs. Lindenau.
'•healing gdt-ug. on .-: .^t and Hems that cannot .be used are Plans c.ali f<«- a 40-foo’ : «;g:,
i’ufit. >n reached unheard ot hats, neck .hex. bathing suits. 30-foot wide, precast, prestre..-
noted Cuero because of it.
Iile ttusinesS t i'co; d
liiJu'.: the '> .te n of fEuntv
jciymenf- and .'the hiring .d sftls
istnutes in Pie NO, tii to get men
hr tight! w-Ci-e ■ so w idely abused
Ui (■ evciC ! .:in-(>!n : .liitld.l d,e.-
In tin years alter the Civ
li Vlat. the years ut tlie
Hobbyr Karulis, this com,
try passed lliruugli all era
of plunder and oirporule
iuutiiig Itiai makes suule of
today ’s exfdults of big tiusl
ness and big labor seen, ai
most picayune. The Spun
1st,-American Mar was an
open season hunting ground
for shod(Iv contractors and
wholesale cheating on guv
rrnimut spending. Some of
this tvenl over into World
Mar I, and In a lesser dr
tree it was also lm» of
World War D
Dip yffength of rtw» 1 'ntted
'.tatrs i'x Pie strength that s,,r
vi\r. in .pitp ot fhesp things
Dip faith is still It;ere ever,
thougii if may not he as erno-
form.il garments pillow.s
Rev. Hahn Escapes
Injury In Mishap
and j ed conerete bridge
The court wifi consider,/hid
at 9 aim. June 29.
Site for 'he tin bridge i.
Rrecitl,;! 1 Dave Wcbe;- is
Camp Fire Group
At Camp Warnecke
a crops field day arm bi-cf r,11
tie ( imi.c at tin- 'I t- A. ri-
cultui'a.i ! ,'xpcnt.re.n.t Sta'n’.n.
Bee*: 11 ie on June 'J 1.
Lievoti .-Happy lh-ki’
*n lie; ' - i,-- ' ('
(uero High For
Year Hits 95
A car driven by Rev A. A
I H/ifii, 99, of Cuero Was ip a col-
lision at 5:40 p.ru. Tuesday vwtf,
a truck operated by Victor C
Hunipluies 48 of Kenedy. ' nevv high temperature ft.i
\eitber driver was iit'jumlr J9tri w a> ret ordvd ai c Fsi
but Rev.. ...Hahn's car received darn near Cuero Tuesday; I'iic
an estimated $300 in (tainages., temfvei ature rose to 45 ,1c ree.
Tlie truck, vvhich was hauling Ia»vv te.ntperature lor -the J4-
oij field equifiment, was n o t ..hour pei’iixLvvhif-it ended at 8
damaged. .t,ni. Alofnday' vva.s- 70 degree
Police Officer Wesley Stew art
said the. accident happened at
die intersection o( Esplanade and
Morgan Avp Roth vehicles
were headed south or
qa-ie vehicles eolhded while
Rev Halm wa* attempting a
lefi hint onto Morgan Ave from
To 4 is it Europe
WASHINGTON t l’i
spokesman for Gen law
J spUn- fasenlwAve, said the f <
President has ten t a t'
planned a trip to I p op
Die spoke til an said f: so,)
liosv er twjved to go to ! />nd n
the nght lane <vn Esplahde
flonaily demonstrated, that this :^pv- Ffahn vva.s charged rith ll- Copenhagen
country can o vercom e any ! *c^a^ passing,
threat, that when the demand # / ^ _ , ~ -
for sacrifice is made the de. i Farming Contrasts
ill and Will be met. RICHMOND, Va. (UPD — [ ence.
That is why the flying ot j State Agricultuie CAommisaion-
er Parke C. Brinkley, who re-
| turned from a three-week in-
I spect inn of Russian farming
j methods, said it was difficult to
compare agricultural standards
in tlie Soviet l-niun
‘T saw in trie same field a
. Giris ,ii u.ia. : <ai ifft. U i-dncs-
. d.i.v tor ( '.imp W,ii novko in Now
Braunb-I./ Ti.o will.. - c : u : n
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it it- -. l • -i, 11 ill. lu.b--. .! 111 Kla.k
v\ ,-i!' M a i. v !: -v ,1 Luci ii m i r
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.ei Hiisaico y.ibn.t.. Kaon \t,li-
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Br,.uinfcls by A!, - O. L
■ Jr -Mrs-. .'Kuliev Blnckwo
AI. - (). - A. 7. mmernram
Services Held For
( c s * c ’ ic .orv ii es were hoM*
Wednesdav .ifle tvv>n a* Htll-
sidc ( c .:' <* v for (]\p infant
■1 a light, nr .if M and Air (iirnn
Parts! Scotland F S.gmund Ji
and IXihltn in connection with a Die Sigmunds icsido it 1101
trip to Stockholm where he vv'iii TotTell Sr. in Cuero, Services
address an education confer- were under the direction of the Answer
Freund Funeral Home. said.
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"This daV Wt.II .be a niiiestono /d' R°'a’‘y Clu'b a'l<1 L ' °.n s "under heavy suspicion by the
1,1 } . .rrand jurv as a pi'obabie ci^-
' the b.-tocy of me Southwest Air- Fred Henneke, president - - Cendant and person under in-
i, ( stix is imlii-ii v. of the l .cyion Auxiliary:, said a estivation in connection with
■s o .-piefon Ot the plant is < Cuero girls have ix'oti sent tb,hedeath of H. C; Sie Mar-
' '-he climax of ur,,' of the most | ti.rls Slate e.icli year since the ,u ■'
.'IVU'1 e voiiitt'arv eil.orts every' program began in Texas short- ' "Kstes. eonstitutional rights
made by -v-,n kt'»:en any where, f-?.y (Her World War II. She said pMvjrle that he stia,i not be re-
jThee fund- built the plant and 'he res„l,s are most grat.fying. trt testifv a?ainst him-
’ It is hump dulicatuii To the un-: 1 ;Hi ^.ipr^rt of The Rofiry and soIf Confer S(lid
Lions (’Jtihs hns ma le it possi- IT' . *■*..'L. ,
, He also said Lstes has the
hie 1 . increase the nmni>er of ' .
girie Cuero has placed in Girls rlTh’ ,0 f'u^"on each member
Statem recent vears. Airs. Hen- of ,ho cr:mrl »iry lo seo lf Ule>'
neke said .* , have ‘'formed art opinion and
According to Airs Henneke Tie biased against him by vir-
the purpose of Blueiionnet Girls/ ,U,T of an-v [formation they
Stah'» is to edu.mte voutti in the
duties, privileges, rights and Marshall. had been shot five
res;«’,ns/bfl.ties of Amen, an , u i'h a bolt-action rifle,
provemenr 'of their industry'.
Meanwhile cob) nhtit ions in
ranchers me mv.lcd U, a"cnd. p,,p,M r,)|mt, ,.l%,, t,
815 51 : St).
Latest i torn
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! roi go • Madison,
Edwin I ia 11 man.
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J.dilic- (., a -el i Millie t A ved-
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The program, is deitic.ited ? >
-hie avvakening-within the youth
oi 1 -ili n ilM, ,i sincere . onv-tc-
1" H, l'i.,' a wP], ini: >i Died ■;fit --I-
- / ligc'nt jiarLcru.i-litlg ciri/e'rirv ri"
)>-f - v it a Uy iieeMed to.. uv, aept
m '. aa mu, a on iti i- J t <■
An autopsy on his exhumed
Isidy showed he had suffered a
sli up, ^i»uv on the head and
had a near-fatal dose of carbon
n;iui,ix.de an his til.>,>,i.
Pi L'I. Paso, some 400 credit-
or- ot KMev.rt ill meet 'J'liursda v
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‘j- lii-e no,'./oval lif1’
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producers a n (i,
I i the ent a n Sou-'
ihoost a■ e n <v| and u’-ged to
take pa t pi .'.re ceremony and
ant built with their
flags on Flag Day amounts,
In the final analysis, to a
profession of faith. It may
be old fashioned, and It
may betray a lapse of so-
phistication lit tlie remeui-
branca of things past.
hut it ntay U? Uk,t this dtourt-1 team of oxen [lulling trie plows,
try had better do a little looking; wtuie ux rows over, I saw giant
towirvi rt»e past to gain stretigtfi tracturs douig tfie same Job
t<jt u»e future.1
Kennedy Medical Care Bill Seems Dead,
Farm And Tax Bills In Deep Trouble
At NT IN it.PI) —- federal ter a red hot primary battle
Judge Ben II. Rue Jr,. was against liis nnltra-conservative
cvpccjcd to set bond in Austin np|H>nent. retiring- tiov. Ernest
today fir County Judge Wood- E. Fritz ltnllings.
row H. Ilcan ot FI Paso, who1 Battling for his political lift*
was indicted by a federal for ihc lirst time in I? years,
gr ind jury <"> live counts of Johnston 'grabbed an early lead
fatting to file ini (imc »a\ rr in the Democratic primary that
turns. mounted steadily through tha
P.can also vi ns scheduled to night Johston, fi.>, has served
appear before the I s. ’J-nm IX years in Washington. He is
missioner in I I P;i'so. His in Itth ranking I .S, senator and
diriment was banded dovin in chairman of the Post Office
Austin late Tuesday. I . S. Dist. and f iv il Service Committee.
Atty. Ernest Morgan said the Hp whs a bitter opponent of
charges covered the years the late Sen. Joseph MeCar-
1956-1960. Morgan said Bean thv.
received a total gross income -—
of *53.296 those years. He said WASHINGTON — (UPI) —
Bean could receive u|hhi con- House Republicans today lined
victim, a maximum of one up behind a substitute bill that
year inf prison and a $10,000 would set the ceiling of the na*
fine on earh of the five counts, tional debt at $306 billion In-;
■ ---- j stead of the $308 billion asked
SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — by the administration.
Air,sea ami ground patrols; A partisan fight over the
searched the San Francisco [ two figres seemed likely today
bay area today for three es- as the House prepared for
Bus, Car Collide
KNOXVILLE. T.-nn (UPD -
A chartered bus returning 27
Spanish-language -tialent.k from
a Mexican tri'p c Jlided with a
car in tlie rain near here
dam* ate way t*-ii/vv ouri
Detonate 18th Device
he said Soviet production stan ! WASHIMOTOX (UPD - Presi-jto give a nevv tax credit to busi-[continued to slip, prompting: Backers insisted -that any vicV ‘'ai>e ar,ists bidding for the floor debate on the subject.
,.u-w •• dent Keniafdy 's mevltsai oire ness to encourage investment,! one Republican c mpia'int uiat j tory cele'-t au.-ns were prema- f,rst known successful break -
j plan today appearevi ju»t. aUx»t remained iii abeyance ui ttieJ lawmakers might be in session ture. s .me ot them conceded from Alcatraz prison. | SAN ANTONIO— (UP|) ,—
[dead. His farm bill-was m such Senate FinaJbe (\>iiijvii(iee. :tuiui-Ciwisitnas jpnv iu-iv."however mat their; The missing convicts were The Army announced Tuesday
trouble House- leaders p «j - t-j Kennedy's ivque-,1 L r broad liir.lil'ixliinu; Kennedy 's Jegts- p,\*'s(a*c!< were r ls>m\ despite John William Anglin, 32, and that Fort Polk, 1a. and Fort
, • potted, floor action on it indel-' new authority to cut.import du-; -lative pn»i*ien:s' Was the plight the administrate a < wdungnes- his brother, Clarence. SI. both Chalfee. Ark. will be retained
WASHLNt.TON ri PD Ilie milely. ,Ik*s and to .subsidize workei s ol h.- projxvs ,1 to p.-wide iio>pi- to compromise, *d Montgomery. Ala.; and as active installations after
ALL announced the Lnitevij House RefXihifcans claimed a < i s> > >!;i< ed. by resuit.ng im|s>rls. m! and nut >mg • tiotr.c , are, (or. Welfare' Secretary Abraham' Frank l>*e Morris, 35. New Or- Army reserve units are rrlrrs
Stales had detonated the 18th in god chance of winning Hteiv was in fc'M.er shape than his tax 'the ride, I v urnlrr ■!.,* Soria’ \ Ribi ,ff m,i:,ated Mortdav leans. 1 ed from active duty in August.
One^lugh school studen . Bren-, ,u sene* of nuclear tests near fight on the floor Wednesday to biii. But there was no essur- Seeunty pr.vgram that the administration was - ' -• ; Both installations' were re-
da Stevens of KnowilkN and Christmas Island in the Pacific cut $2 billion of the President s ance it would pass the House Some foes of ijie |waii jubi- willing to talk-compromise on COLUMBIA. 8. C. (UPI) — opened last August during the
•ouple in the car Mr and Mrs | The csmmtssion said the test ,-eq ties ted new $30* billion qftl- withput rumination of its subs,, lantlv Gamed thrv would i.iock Ml features of tpe bit! except U. S. Sen. Olin I». Johnston, a Berlin crisis. The major mlt
(leveland \ ande,-p,«! Towand- involved dtoppmg an intermedi- me on the nata.nti debt. dy feature. enactment tb,s year .8 even a financing liberal by South Carolina slan- now stationed at Fort Polk it
# a , wcie injuied none sen- ate yteid devnee hom an, air- Hi* bill to withhold taxes on Die legislative timetable of skeleton version oi Kennedy » 'He said that medical 'car* lot dards, was nominated (or a the Texas National
*us^* | plane. , interest and dividends, and also te Democratu 87th Congress piaa , i (Continued cn Page S) ( fourth term Tuesday *(|irt af-iiMB
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 68, No. 175, Ed. 1 Wednesday, June 13, 1962, newspaper, June 13, 1962; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth696975/m1/1/: accessed April 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.