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   Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - July 2, 1958, Cuero, Texas                                For All Departments Of The Record Dial CR 53131 A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY The Weather SOUTH CENTRAL TEXA4 Partly cloudy and warm through Thursday with widely Mattered mostly afternoon and evenlag 125 JULY 1958 14 PAGES PRICE 5e So youre vacationing at home this youre not alone in your choice lot of folks will have to vacation right in their own back Look at the no traffic to contend tired children on the back no worry about accomodations other than paying the rent or that ever due But you will have to be just about as cautious at home as if you were vaca tioning hundreds of miles a the National Safety Council Your vaca tion at it must be safe to be It can be if you follow a few For example Waters water whether its a distant beach or a back yard Small chil dren never should use a home pool except when sup ervised by an Its a good by the for everyone to take along a partner when he goes swim Dont let the man of the family overdo FixIt probably will try to do all the repair jobs in two that have accumulat ed the rest of the Keep your man Urge him to take things easy and work moderately during his vaca Just because youre not driving to your vacation spot doesnt mean youre free of traffic fatal crashes occur within 25 miles of the victims home And n ake sure a child isnt be hind your car when you back Cuero Park is certain to set a new record for atten dance this year as July 4th rulls We understand several big picnics are planned and the Lions club carnival should djaw several Park Manager Gustafson v ill likely have the accurage figures for us on Saturday and like to congratulate him on the fine record been submitting on The figures are X A front pac picture in the on Tuesday show ing an idle Indiana farmer hose tractors had been im I oumled to satisfy a and court judgment for 1aving 16 acres of rhcit in fxcess to his allotment in and whose bank ac count had also been im left us sick at our Such rigid Federal regula tions stink of tlink of Can this Lf America REBEL FORCES ATTACK MAJOR TRIPOLI SPAN July Rebel forces launched an assault today on a major bridge in Tripoli controlling all traffic northward toward The army moved up tanks to de fend The rebel attack en the Ba lisas some 600 yards north of the Tripoli city came after a night of heavy fir ing inside and outside the north ern port The attack on the bridge came at when the rebels opened up machine gun bar rage from the fringe of the reb el held Samir By 9 o clock the rebels drove to within 300 yards of the Government forces have cut rebel life lines in the Tripoli area in an attempt to starve out the already reported short of food and The army threw in tanks to day to stop the attempted break and within minutes the wide boulevard leading to tine river crossing echoed with Shortly before the assault on the bridge the rebels set fire to the merchant district just inside government held territory on the fringe of the no mans land between the two The insurgents claimed the buildings were being used by snipers of the Syrian Peoples Party But the army said here were no PPS that forces in Fuchs ReAppointed District Deputy In Knights Of Columbus Rudy a member of the Cuero Knights of Columbus Coun has been reappointed K of C district appointment came from State Deputy Nat This district includes councils in Victoria and Fuchs supervises the districts councils for the state In cluded among his duties are in installation of check ing council trustee reports and initiation of PUSHIUTTON campers and tourists dream car designed by William Moss of Ann Has a pushbutton system which sets up a Kind of outdoorsy lodge without even getting out ot the One button lifts the tjoot and swings it another Praises cartop tent containing a full madeup double bed with reading a third slides electric twoburner work meat cutting sink and cold running water cut of the luggage another pups a canopy ovei the This compartment also contains a shower with but you have to pull It out manu the road the unit looks Mite most any station Ventral Board Votes To Tax Discounts School Board voted Tues day night to discontinue tax dis for early payment of The estimated to save the school district came dur ing a regular meeting of the Five members voted in favor of eliminating the Board Jim Stone voted against the Business Manager Rudy Fuchs said the schedule of discounts was three precent for the first two percent the second cal The board voted to purchase from Rabke a78 x lot located immediately behind probably to improve I he department and the building that houses Employment of Miss Myrtle month Vand one percent the third Fuchs revealed that total dis counts for 195758 were The distributed as oil out of town property and lo LongTime Resident Of Lindenau Dies Tuesday hoff one John Blank seven grand children and greatgrand Anna von a resident of the Lindenau com munity since died at Tuesday in a local von Haefen was a native of born in that coun try April She was the daughter of the late and The family moved to the United States while von Haefen was H young She was married lo George Haefen December in The body will lie in stale at Frcund Funeral Home unlil I his uingers career will early Thursday TM be presented on a lowlyKipper To Make History July A humble bill ex kipper Is going to this and end of Oak View Purchase Hurra I on a oneyear contract price was which includes j was unanimously She J350 for the lot and paving asj will be a sixth grade sessments paid by It was reported that State Di rector of Agricultural Education George Hurt has agreed lorec ommend approval of the reallo cation of the vocational agricul ture unit at Daulc School for Hurts action came after the riUtl S acuon came anui ic i board voted to budget sufficient Miss who taught the past eight years in is a sister inlaw to Jessie a member of the high school fac Olhcr business included approv al of purchase of homemaking department equipment and wa ter coolers for the new high Services For MrsLola Landry This Afternoon Funeral services will bo held Landry became a house from First Methodist Church of j molher at the University of 1 ex this city at 5 today for Lola Hall ber of one of Cueros and a woman mem earliesV whose association with the sororities at Texas Universily had made as in where she was hostess and house mother of Alpha Ga ma Delta Later she served as house mother of Kap pa Alpha her association with this phase of Texas univer Rebels In No Hurry Release Held Americans her well known to girls and sity life ranging over a long young women throughout the period of Those years Southwest during the past nine were pleasant ones in her life as she shared the joys and the quickly vanishing woes of scor Doubt Cast On Soviet Intentions July President Eisenhower charged today that Russia had disrupted preparations for a summit conference by arbitra ry action which casts doubt on The President in a new let ter to Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev accused the Rus sians of unwillingness to ne gotiate seriously on concrete points at he The powers do not propose to abandon hope or to relax their efforts to seek solutions of problems vexing the East and Eisenhower flatly denied a fchrushchcv charge that the United States and its British and French Allies will not relax their efforts to find solutions to maj or EastWest cold war problems despite the Soviet arbitrary The Presidents letter deliver ed in Moscow replied to a June 11 message from Khruschev charging that the United Stales and its Allies were trying to sabotage a summit conference by raising insoluble issues such as German end the future of eastern European satellite Khrushchev asked the Presi dent whether the Western na tions were serious about ar ranging a summit meeting or were trying to prevent There is no warrant for this the President de He told Khrushchev that a meeting of the leaders on Rus sian terms would not respond to the hopes and aspirations of mankind if they met under an in junction that seals their lips so that they could not even m I tion the great political issues that gravely trouble their rcla I tfons and endanger world SUPER SPUTNIK IDEA Jon reads In nil In Nexv Yorks Kcw Gar dens Washington satellltt officialdom ponders his sugges tion that tht pool all its satellite programs and send one satellite up with live monkey Roy John Pentagon advanced re search receiving Jona thans letter tn Mid the Idea had all the ele ments of but posed too many engineer ing UPI Tetepiiotn body will be taken to John Lutheran Church in Lindenau Tuesday afternoon to lie in state from 2 until service time at 3 Lcf MuehJbrad vill officiate and burial will be in a Lindenau Survivors her husband two Miss Lillie von and Fred lolh of the Lindenau area i three Edmund and Her I both of and Arnold of San Antonio one bro Carl Schlenker of West plate President landed Tues day a fishing port Landry died at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Houston shortly before 10 where she had been critically ill for only a The body will lie in state al Freund luneral chapt1 funeral services to be conducted from the church with official Kurial will bo in Lola Hall Landry was born in the city of August the daughter of Harmon and Pvosc King She grcsv to girlrood in Ihis city and ai lator at done up MRSE He that overcbmeth shall inherit all things and I will be his and he shall be my thodisl school in San Misf Hall marrifl on Novrmbrr to D Landry in the young iou pie making Lak Loui i siana tlipir first es of Texas University sorority She was a typical for her household had been blessed by I wo bulli of whom sur They are and Harold IxHli 01 One Kdward Milage of and five grand also Landry was a Continued on Page 14 Judge Sues Publishers Parts Of Country Receive 7 Inches Rain Past Week Al hough a majority of DeWilt countys ranchers are ing for rural residents of one part of Hie county are wishing for a dry i Seven inches of rain lias fallen in the Terryville area within the according to Morrow of Si He said rain fall one day totaled four Cuero was covered by a jbut brief weatherman at the reported a fall of I said the high temperature I Tuesday was 97 degrees and thej I Interest Rate Drops An anticipated decreased rate of interest on savings has been announced by Cuero Federal Sav ings and Loan Association and Buchel National Bank has drop ped its interest rate on time de posits from three to two and one half Announcement of the expected drop and the lowered rate was made Tuesday by officials of the Whether a second Cuero Farmers State Bank and Trust will lower its interest rate on time deposits will probably be determined at a board of direct ors meeting next Paul executive vicepresi Farmers State re vealed Trie decreases are caused lower yields on government Cuero Federal Huchel National Cuero Federals last declared payable last was made on a three1 and onehalf percent rate of CALLS URGE USE MARINES IF NECESSARY July 2 ban rebels grew more defiariMo day despite calls in Washingtoil for use of Marinesif nec essary to rescue 47 Americans kidnaped by the forces of rebel leader Fidel The Mm dreds of Americans were asking who will be A United Press International dispatch from quoted rebel sources as sayijigJhe Ujgtt ed States can send on anybody else but the CaSJhrp gang will not change its because its position and things could riot The rebels indicated tlvey might free three Canadian captives in the immediate future bktlhintcd they were in no hurry to release the Americans the rate of nearly 10 a dajCfor the past five Americans Americans were increasingly apprehensive because rebel control of Oriente site of many American plantation and The rebels there con trol all but the cities towns and are able to strike Americans here wereincreas ingly angry at the and statements in Washington drew general especial ly one by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles saying theUnited States would not pay black They also paid attention to a statement by Continued onPage 14 by se a nd Customs Receipts The total customs re ceipts for the Galvcslon port dis trict showed an inocase of during the last fiscal bringing total receipts to Moore Gets Award July Anabel Moore of Cuero is ont ot four Selective ees in Texas to be named for management improvements a wards by Lieutenant General Lewis the agencyi national Colonel Morris the state Selective Service direc announced names 1ht four Wednesday from state Se leclive Service headquarters in Moore was cited for sug gesting that cover sheets which hold the draft records of individ uals be folded in a different man ner to promote j Lucille Hading of Dannclly of Austin and Dorothy PvOcbcn of lioupiun were others receiving i citations for management inv Prrspjiation of the award from General Hershey to Moorr js at prpscni Fiily Person Attend Family Picnic Tuesday Fifty persons attended the ily picnic held at the forniti Valley View Mary Xell Card served t joi BcUy Jo and Eunice KuckT presented amus iiiu dame vpre R fnt and booby WON KELLER m TUESDAY j Anton Tony form i Cui resident and a native f 1 dicd Tuesd iy morn in Funeral rvices were to conducted this who died on his ih is survived by his of five and three Jf Casal of Annie presently of Cue hui resident of Charlotte Mueller of Kl TiServices Each Day AlSouthLed Revival Revival at First Baptist Church July 613 will feature two services Don youth director at Kirsl announced The morning services will be i gin at j and rnjllj vcill be Kven i ing services are slated to start at Harris will al services beginning 1 A feature of the Sun day morning if fi will be a message by Douglas at Sunday Lavaca county jirlgo ind former state They in a number of has filed a suit in district court other cities before the draih in HallctLsville seeking Landry who preceded his damages for libel and wife in death several years i defamation of character against lne Cowles Publishing pub lishers of Look ac cording to a story in The Lavaca County The suit arises from a story printed in Look July accusing certain state offi cials of misconduct in A part of the petition in connection with said article there published a photograph nf lugether vsith i oin iifiils lu IraJ thr nuii ir ID Uic iululu ibal hie plaindif ollicial misconduct while oc i the of I ice of Slate Sena These references in said article de unatory and According 10 The 1he s ni asks Cowles Publishing he required to pay in Muti To Continue As A Commercial Hotel and serv I soninlaw of and C who is a student at Fullers I ingle iaiil seminars the r ices ill SJjeclii young The fellowships will include skits and Seminar groups wil discuss such subjects as Gods for My Overcoming and The Value of Inglo said inc church 4 rorrlial invitation o all ti at tend thp Cueros Muti Hotel will con j tinue to operate as a commercial jand retirement hotel and has no plans for conversion into a home for the as was rumored sev eral weeks Rex owner and manager said in a statement issued lo The Record i Tuesday Lundy said as a nesull of the rumors and a news story 1 ing in Hie Kecurd mjny local 1 cilurns and Uaveliny men had tfuiuii the Mea the Muti was no longer open to the commercial Nothing f ould be further from thr Lundy The Muti has served as a home for travelers for more than years and is still doing husincM in the same way at the i same he most certainly want the traveling trade and other visitors to the i city and will do our best to make their stay comfortable and pleas Lundy said it was in The Mutis plans to set aside a section of the hotel for retired businessmen women who seek a eon i fort able and conveniently located home in which to have to this efj feel in ing ciiics and have secured some As 1 soon as we have added many as 15 regular residents we plan to reopen the coffee he Lundy purchased The Muti 19r7 from and Cotton and has1 been operating it since that HONOR SYSTEM Whervt con vict is put on parole if is done somewhat differently Ihan the name naily it was Parole in France or word of honor Before the person was from he was made to give hs word of hs would not again a I   

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