Jeff Kidd - tornado

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Jeff Kidd - tornado - [Violent Weather jHammers Texas I Three Killed,...
[Violent Weather jHammers Texas I Three Killed, Dozens Hurt As j Tornado Rips Panhandle Town By -Th« Associated Press tslso broke a number of Se%-re thassierstornia and sev-asd toppfed TV* antennas. 1 erai tonsadoes ripped sections oft Teiepfecc-e lines trere knocfced i 1 | ;a j ! ; of dollars. j Dalton Wood, editor of the SG- i 'Hie thunderstorms moved into-daa Beacon, said the hail there and Oklahoma early to-["hit like a ton of bricks."' leaving Texas with clear;jg.Degree Range ·ss vestsrday TO 67 prior |the I i I ;a jside last nisht kilied three per-j^.,^ ^,^ r fi ^;: y Isons--J. B. Kidd. 45. president oCi ' "" .'" "* ". jtrie Brotherhcxxl of the First Bap-j ^^f";' 5 «ponea the heaviest :ri S ; Church of Plainview; jt 0 ^jjajmaij ourm? ite past 24 BOUTS. Ph-'an ··? ri,n-h^ n ? \tr }'- inc{;ss . Oter overrngfat rain- Mrs. Earl of Sunny*':." ; side, and T. R. Hagan. 51, Sunny-:" J inch and Srov.TJwood .{. San Antonio. Fon Worth. Dallas and Wichita Fails reported a trace of moisture. "jside ginner. ! Another tornado hit the e3ge of I Friona. about 30 miles rtorih- . west of Sunnyside, and a third i; hit near ?,Iuie«hoe. 30 miles south- *· west o{ Sunnyside. 3! But Tor a woman's warning cry ; seconds bc'ore the Sunnyside jtwisier struck, the toll probably j {would have been much greater in|-nyj E j, 3 isr? itiv Panhandle community. S " r «'* r » B * Jb * :tsr J5 eT " n " 1 , _ ,- _ .. , · ccoibtttEi ordlnirr Kidaer or El^.«... Mrs. C. M. Rogers. Wife O f ' Irrliitiaai. 7fc»J« trriMSJosj oRcr. occ-,-r .·sunnyside's Baptist paistor. DOES GETTING UP NIGHTS YOU FEEL OLD . 35. inii ma/ tali* 7013 tn?e ar.d ttom :oo freoeent. bura.Bf or ^no'.ted the nark a.nd threateninej v cl "« Bris»5iou beta ;«-?· »aa r.i;h-.. ; , , , , .,*! fi«eooltrl'r. T8a E*r lar* »i«a it4 sni- !cloud d e b a t e d momentarilvi :tr jrom kj»i»cb-T. Biei«"h? 'I whether it was a tornado becausi j ^H^a U"J'^!n!l^i.' r r£«?« j she never chd .we tihe cone-shaped | TM.^° rt , *^ ^r.^'';* j^ : *.;.°* J;7Tf e ,'c iiiinr.e!, and then sounded an' " ·-··-·-"·-' ; " . CTBTiEX us 4r-=I ; Nearly 40 men at a meeting; ; in h»r husband's c h u r c h : i scrambled for two storm cellars | ' : close by. Most of them made it. ! !*7. : Several were too late. I After the twister passed on,' 1 residents emersed to find the j fanning community shattered. i The writhing storm leveled their K ' church, store, grain elevator, cot"i ton gin and four or five homes. | Ail the hatf dozen other houfes ' los? *icir roofs. i , Drad ar/i injured "A'Pre strewn' ! amid rubble piled up to f;ve feet; ·''.liiih in an area ICO feet square.! j Of the injured,, 28 were taken i to the hospital at Dirnmitt.- three to OUr,n and still afidthw to Lit- Heav- rain and hail the size of I pears al s o fell in the Panhandle [area. Hail dented car.? and j smashed windows around .Sudan .2c'and a deluge- of rain sent water ·^jgushing through Friona. 'Below Normal The five-day forecast issued today called for temperatures 1 to 5 decrees below normal Ln Tex- as. Precipitation is expected to be heavy in thundershowers (mainly about the weekend in i Eastern, Central and \Vestern 1 Texas. j High winds yesterday knocked j out a transformer at Mesquitej in eastern Dallas County leaving j of tie city in darkne-ss for a j jfime _ Strms , H : jnds aj Fort Wwth |

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 13 Apr 1960, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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