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Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - January 26, 1958, Cuero, Texas iO Dallac la Service lal 0066 For AH t Departments Of The Record Dial 53131 A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY The Weather SOI TH 21 JANUARY 1958 nnd Indny with n few Clear to partly POIK and mild toniuld and Snmltiv 8 PAGES PRICE 5c fJpbwn Talk r Sympathy of all Cuero goes out today to Koehler and his Judy and Linda in the death of their wife and Wilma j Death is always but even more tragic when it takes from a home a young Our deepest Victoria has gone mad now that the Rosebuds j have been admitted to the Texas and Morris Roberts of the Victoria Ad vocate who has become one i of the citys most rabid is leaving no stones unturn ed to publicize the j Victoria is shooting for gate during the first year of Texas league play and if the enthusiasm being i manifest at this time con the city of Rosesmay see just such a goal i PASSENGER 15Inch blanket of snow which engulfed Kansas necessitated passenger power for this f international Saitnctviiotoi Judicial District Court To Begin Monday Fire Chief Lester Frers is i ir A workman s compensation Judicial Disli I here summoned to appear al UeUiili indeed prOUd Of Cuerp S rf Otto Cuero Monday alter the selcelion of a county courthouse at fl j record but takes little credit is secking damag 12metnbor The defendant is Consolidated1 i fs Pxpoctpd to begin in IMth A jury panel of 50 has been who is pretends confin WET WEEK FORECAST FOR CUERO AREA No Extreme Drop In Temperature Is Expected Id lik iv fiM df ier llcv i if i Xiili IM I ami I i 111 c i a 11 ices I it lur i i i U ere i T i SIlllU IM U el e fin 11 n Kit find South Yn i al SlindilV III I Hires ni compaiu the 1 he riv r i foci iibfivrnitrniiil aiul on n standstill Ill1 i ise us said tn e been caused Mint Iv will wale i MII li reck having nol v el lied Ulis Hal I illi ci mils I a ii fiill Within III1 lies IYu lllc I er appealed hi luu e e mo i c spent its fin ce illinut 11 a M Inle in ollni IIOMS l llie nation a ICoiilnuicil no Iaie Subsidies e Curtailed overnment MUST DECIDE ON METHOD OF DISTRIBUTION Money Not For All Growers Signing Up FACING DARK FUTURE ILIIMO facca UnjicIv into n limit fiihiiTiii lull tnko IUM to u cell In after liit ID thn riaMiMii ami Killing f lirr IMM July On Hn iloriihM vvhclhcr iv IM sumo fit If u run be tut years to U Ml IN i i ON I lie KOvfl ueci i iirtMih ITi ID A llll VMM Id i I i i 111 i M M n up t ER AND SUICIDE SERVICES FOR ASSUMED IN TRAGEDY t i ol of Aii n niiii iI s division si il Uie depart He gives credit to the avi erage housewife and house and hopes that the fine showing can be main tained throughout Itj can be if we will remember AH annual business meeting of a few the Cuero Council of Vnur firp rlpnarrmpnt Women will be held at Marks YORKTOYVN Funeral yoiu me department can Church beginning 3t bp hrld prevent Thats our Miss Alice rr Funeral rhapcl in this city al i publicity anj 4 Sunday for Bertha1 KNQCKE RITES IN YORKTOWN ed lo his conlends he suf fered n hcii stroke by conditions while an 1 ploye of Cuero Colton Oil The defendant claims The stroke was due to Continued on Page 81 i To Set Holidays At Monday Meeting Cueros March of Dimes is nounoed She said the meeting is nonde aftc a local hospital Friday died in fiiero businessmen will gal her sen i for Mis U il ma ho Tliins diiy in a coiidiichid n 10 Sihii day in Mev John A fUirnil n Hillside Vnieieix VMle in ili Mih tier ule lined ii oil ilralli lime Cozy Slaies Coffee liour For II ii s i pci t 1 ii i i i v fjf n a ni i M i h i In Ilhcr c X it li 1 1 V i 1 k e H tlty ITef i 1 XV 1 mill M OM the noiii linn Ihin tfv ISO Hall council of Anders Monday to set holidays for Ferncr liade llnuird h lleran church at Ueesatche will and discuss a general I lie I uei u Mdl ill of ill lie held fi at Iht n the Ihe He taking on speed but we are nominational and invited all still far far frnni rmr pnnl women of the citv l n M iniu1 iin1 sh SUll lai irom our church at general IniKinesi aml Oscar f hli Individual contributions den thp i Ifuiatc and will be in promotion plan for the are needed in quantity to of John Chamber of Commerce ManaKer Ihe bencH nut Ihp ramnaien over is out The deceased uls born shirt the liv put me campaign will hr led iv XT in Goliad ihe beUm al 30 Arthlir The Mail your Check today r Special music daughter of John Nafurday Williams all Judy and Ul Bert Chairman Of the wilT also be Lueuich firuenewald She was businessmen and professional bolh Other Council officeix arc Mrs married March LS94 in Wee men ancl wompn vvl11 nl Mis Julia MCUM o A the March of Aivin Schmller and satcho lo Henry Knocke who serving Ihe holidays and will be I u he on Lets make this the bestMrs Howard treasur preceded his wife in death in moliided in Ihe promotion In be on Wlll March of Dimes ever staged Continued on Page 8j in A Im e m the dun hie Kiric u ith Maljiis fniKtd ihtpair nround I u u The woman as will not in Die lefl side v illi A iinv to Matins was still oive UK H shot blast in I tie dcpn i n I v i iN into I h i if diiil in n vi I Mil IT lunll S I Vn LI Cuero ippai iiil iiiiinliM sni lull dial he had Hot I e i l onlifiied mi c M iATHCLAIS STRIEBER vjtf A nie I iI i llll ol Oi ill V ill iie di lenla 7 Ml 111C fifl lund n wd Three Filed On Result PATROLMAN Additional Credit Is of I iCIICJjC I itir niTtiiii A ill One of the most unfortu ling dcvcoPmenlsUd in theQf Two Auto Collisions TO TRANSFER Available For Farmers cultural life of the United Three persons uerf Idcrl on by by Green collided with a Cuero Highway Patrolman Ray Anderson will be ed to wnd buna in ade i emelei JCSAC as liottl States is the Policeman Louis Donaho ord pickup opera led by Vvesley Of good The alternoon as the result of aecordmK in wealthier we thCtuo car uho reported irceii was headed scrvn n ii1 held iiii fliiti luncial a in Yoiklimn n i p m Sun led 12 MCIbe r lepiceid HP said ubu died ui H hos dial will nt be di pitfll ill 1 It p li after n rritlv assu tared the pro i illness posed fund have been askwi i ii rtrpiPstinatives In lei IHII Illlfliter of I llcto ill FINE BREEDING BOAR BOUGHT Additional aim in A form of iniLial jjerns tax is available lo and i for all of loan Goliad County a M iJeierimiHd tie more restricted are the op lohn Cirocn u as filed on for southroti Esplanade and AJdis east lhf effective Janu Hoyk local Couniv Ja mei al oiini y and j failure in vicld riuht of on the patrolman revealed Homo AdmimMiaiiun Mipii i aie nmv bemt n epr portunmes afforded for the Donaho esUmalPfl 5250 dHmaKR atp TnJ expression Of S e r i O U makim a turn and Terry j lo Greens car and S10U lo Al Anderson came to Cuero March The designation lo aiion ohnci lelwi H thOUghts Oil seriOUS Calk for exceeding a safe j after being graduated iilf makini of imiial cyniuniiieemen J 1U8 lo The newsstands are glut The fusl collision occurred at collision happened from Hie rparlment of Public loans in LxAVn and oun Hidnlph II hn in n 1 Friday at the inter in the 300 block of Esplanade Safely paicolmen school in Ausixs made dy Wjijvuii Tie me bv hs wife ol Kdwaid and hte nri the licAiit YoiKiovcii mother LM duuKh SaRer K Smith of FFA litled when thf move his household goods la and oib r Hnd ChiiMen 1 hav Pirchased an outstanding 4 en by Villa ailempted a right Mer this er on i a s H Hampshire boar for tins purpoM profitable teenage T Namj from Anderson said he did not know Inans to finanie a of rrf affording breeding to But for seriOUS lane of if a replacemeni will be sent to ns are n m Hampshire adults the fare is CDEAFC IIIDr Ollk inving a 3950 Ford who f vvithln TT tHoco have ii I R il fiijUlj coach owned by Andersons transfer ill u bo H f 1f of the Or LnOoE WI1U JlciVC uas traveling on the outside lane Ihe Cuero station U thing worth the j man posl if a replacement is no unable tu obtain 1 Continued on Page 8 Kfv Con Donaho estimated STO i sent The Cuero pa oeed fnni puvate Graf IA aiizclii al Lutheran lo Villas car and to the trolman r Jm Kmser ridit KOUII es Chur i to be the mas ue p ak LUTHERAN COLLEGE CHOIR ted With magazines for men of Broadwav anri KspU at 5 Both vehicles u Agriculture Whose emotions are juvenile J A 1 Pord sedan driven headed north on j lie and bis family now reside a rvmili of and ius The teenagers get Donaho reported the cars col at 409 Sarah He expects sustained by 1m al they need in a devloping and who iiiil inn Corpus Christi Site Of Episcopalian Meetings lional fellowship dinner to be held at the city warehouse be girimni at Wednes day PRESENTS CONCERT TODAY Texas Lutheran College a cap pflla which appear in i and Dr haii years as of I Luheran Church Hir ming a today at m j was and twu anrl one Marks Lutheran is of hinf years a a secre r ih1 national Luther cent inn liia 11 a n F i addition in Hi aiiri delckaloi i be V I I1 i II llh Ancaal oun ilw hur hm Saturday from Wilson Mtt chapter The roar was purchased ot at a price of Milllcan Baid the boars to one of very few i I hnreh 7 0 p Adiiiiu rlii t Oin CANINE TAIL The word flafer actually mears a it came iio the Engliih lenguage from the Norman It cot preier mean ing from the resemblante flattery has to the canine fal A AQ cing end he winning of n ported to be tapidly developinj J with a H in Two into one of the top choir groups j later ho a fjom in the same AceJaimrd as one of ihe finest His wife is a rniv cappella choirs jn ihf Southcert toured vvcst by music critic of this with surh artist Honbold and the uedl tlie chun1 ual singing Conrad Ththaui under the direction of PauJ En lxt The stads e a old irhool in North A aUie of Chicago and the colkgt in Hick son o a Iuthcran En Jncludfd on the ehous roer th He is a took his degree are four Cuero Sheny of Luthtiim Olaf College in Minnei Kleiner kf at where he was a member of j Brietkieutx anri Milton i South the worldfamous OJaf gjadua teg of Cuero High eiiS i f i i f T 1 i 1 loiston lie i iiuiriied of In ff sons BIBLE VERSE For Itic urrn u It a i an will njieak at mans as well as h a ihe openmK Council t tlie Oood Hampshire boars w Sunday jrrandatre of dam piflaie a loading me Anglican Cum Millican tt is fell that the will behind the pig will eflfr orpuK Sun uie he tttinly improve tiiit particular h chui ii j incipal lii1 ciiHrtuiK llw missiorv ai a i id financial of Anil fflllt i the I for the oinmg lUlTlj AMU VJ0II1 I an to the Annual Council j lh will consider The ifport erf the n i Kvahiatiin Cummiftetlooking to u a IVyiai plan for the DUv The Tonw past leading up in the centennial Kenedy 36 S4 Saturday of IMC Besides the rhe noon in the Cuero basketball i il will four laymen j tourney to advance to the 9th IL j in Miand iour clergy as delegates and grade championship game that trtM n nlternates to the j was to be played at Win Saturday es on beyond s ght are in a liiicrrnt i Ul a n iieal The Auxil ia will select delegat and to tnc Trien They were to meet Grain of Crain defeated Joe of Victoria 36 35 Friday and Ckafiad 36 28 hrtwday
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