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   Cuero Record, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1958, Cuero, Texas                                Of lUcord Dial CR A NEWSPAPER REFLECTS ITS COMMUNITY CENTRAL T1SXAI Cloudy with occasional rafii day and becoming partly cloudy OCTOBER 1958 8 PAGES PRICE A United Fund solicitor be by to see you if you have not already been Every person n Cuero is to be personally Contributions are to be made only through United Fund And when ber that you are contribut ing to ten not just The United Fund means the end to all local solicita give and give gen If it isseasoning the ground needs we are cer getting and obser vers say rain is certainly not needed at this time that the moisture which is being put into the soil will be highly welcomed early next Certainly the rain is do ing no so we wont Victoria merchants have felt the sting of a short chain artist who works a slick game while constantly in conversation with his The racket is an old one but it still so we are the warning in fWatch out for such slick The slicker in Victoria was reported driving a red Mercury with a Pennsylv ania license Reasonable fear can be a yery good It often Stops people from taking foolish Fear moves people to act in their own defense when And the reaction to fear often has resulted in amazing ac complishments for the good or all The polio vaccine was largely the result of reaction to intelligent Frightened by terrible epidemics which spread a cross the nation each sum millions of people from all walks of life joined for ces through the March of Dirties to support the work of an organization dedicat ed to an allout fighttothe finish with Within 20 years that organization made possible the develop ment of a safe and effective preventive against paralytic Sajk Millions of protected by three inocula tions of Salk have reasonably lost their fear of But almost as many still unprotected by Salk have fprgqt their own reasonable This is both unwise and These peo through indif f erence of sheer are still taking foolish They zing their own health futr ures arid the welfare of JJieir own The epidemic in Detroit this year shocked a lot of people into awareness that must be given their parentsand Continued on Page 8 First Snow Qf Season West Texas While Cuero was experiencing its third consecutive fay of light Texas received its fjrst snow of the Snow began falling on the Big Bend country early Joday and by daybreak covered the ground in the Fort Davis Cuero Deceived an official Inches rainduring the 48hour period ending at 7 Light rain continued through part of the Sleet was reported on the road between Alpine and Fort Stogk Snow and sleet was report on the Paisano Pass between Alpine and Much of melted as soon as it lilt the It gan falling around 1 and still fell at Temperatures in the Big Bend arefts fell to 32 Occasional light rain fell in other parts of the It cov ered most of an area south of a line from El paso to Waco and It moved slowly Low overnight readings early today ranged from 40 degrees at Amarillo and Wichita Falls to 55 at College DEATH TAKES LudmiUa a native of Fayette died at today in a local rest Kalich was bom Janu ary a daughter of the George and She was tnarried to November He died February Survivors are four Rein Joe and all of Victoria eight Joe Macha of Howard of Thqm Macha of Seg Sam Mills of Corpus Reinhold mann of Victoria and Mary Arnie Meyer and Oscar all of Cuero and a number of grand children and greatgrandchild Rpsary will be recited at Fruerid Funeral Home at Funeral services will be held at the funeral home chapel at Thursday and at Michael Catholte Church at 10 Wijilam Jansen will Burial will bf in Hillsidf PrizeWinning Pig Has beck Made In Own Name Grave Problems Heavy Vote j Face Pope In New Position ZION 13V4NG1BLICAL Lutheran Church at Arneckevllle will he the Sunday of double mnnlverwry The will observe fnd anniversary of the dtdicn tiov of thf church 1 Jfr f v Artiecfceville Lutherans To Observe Anniversary Zion Evangelical Lutheran con gregation of Arneckeville Sun day will observe the 0th anni versary of organization and the 20th anniversary of thf de dication of the present church sons of the will participate in the which startis at tlw jjistory of congregation t morhing worship tfervifce will at t Gu of Frejerieksburg The fygip ft Theo Sagey ofj ijarton will and Mends of to loin in the double raHfmver 9 The women and children rejnained found the distance be tween Meyersville and Arnecke vill too great and dangerous be cause of the marauding Indian bands to attend In the Sager had moved to then came to working a carpenter and He began holding worship services in his home for those living in the The congregation was organiz Continued on Page 8 p jon thf sary littie as Five jr 5 had i pf Mile Colgtto Other soon Feeling HV need for spiritual guidance thf Lu homes and fatnilies and answer ed thfiif country In Cue CORPUS for the federal T i i f a M 5 JLj P i announced fin on governments claim to ijj back taxej from Parrs rupt argued case for Thfch out to his Rpy1 Jon es finally succeeded in cash ing It happened at the State hud en tered bin named Jones in a livestock The pig won a But Jones examined found it drawn of Jones inatead ot Roy Roy endorsed it for the then affixed his own name and went home with the mon Legionnaires Enjoy Entertainment Night Cuero Legionnaires had iheir i first night of entertainment Tuefr clay at Legion Commander Bill Barfif Id describr cti as The such night will b ob served November hope j a larger crowd will arrange j ments to attend Barfield days wpuld not be uiitil thty are approved by Justicif De Friendship Frieridship Village Committee worker and officials of the Methodist County Democrats in Tues days General Election is urged by Otto County Demo cratic chairman in a letter to Jack Record Pub Kucks lelter read as follows Dear Howerton Maybe you would like to pub lish some parts of this Texas Democratic You may have received one I would like to get some parts of this letter before the voters in the General Prefer the i VATICAN 29 part that j Unexcelled pageantry The amendments on the ballot j and ceremony will surround Pope are only for more taxes on the John ikXIH on the day of his What pension will j but the new pontiff Coronation Slated For November you Ieceive as editor and meas a farmer Yours Otto Kuck The portion of he Democratic which Kuck enclos but the will place flax into a consuming flame and hear the words Thus passes the glory of the The coronation of the supreme pastor of the Roman Catholic ed and had pencil marked read expected to take place as follows j will be in an State chairman Jim Lindsey old pattern remind cited the State Com mil tees three the Pope and his people of the point which includes glory and humility of his high support of the Parly stale and He A rich procession of per POFE JOHN XXin Buy Phone Exchange Guadalupe Valley Church Board and Homes of of the pointed out that minority party sons will carry Pope John into candidates are hinging their j Peters Basilica whose hppes for victory cm an unconjor will be lighted bythousands of cerned stayathome a niong So KO to the Once secular pomp will polls on November 4 and vote I give way to the solemnity of a npmorratif i Pontificial which the Pope Delegate strength at tho 1960 will say and for which he will be J political conventions will be Paid to remind him that he Cooperative has agieea based on the votes cast forg ernor in the General A precinct is entitled to one vote tor each 25 votes for govorj ndr Daniel upcoinirig j General A county isjPass into smoke sic convert the exchange toof these allowed one delegate at the state I gloria mundi thus pass the lo convert tne excnange TO ot convention for eacii 300 voles ies of the Expect Call Consistory Early Date VATICAN Ufl John faced r with some of the gravest problems in Roman Catholic ChureiT history was expected today to call a con sistory before the end of Janu ary to name new The problems ranged from severe menace of atheistic Com munism to the need to revamp the entire Vatican administra tive machinery and replenish depleted ranks of priests atjd mis sionaries around the new Pope also raced an of apathy icism in his own Roman Catbolie High Vatican official ysaid speed with which the new appointed conclave Alberto Di Jorio a cartfi nal Tucsdav indjrated swift ac tion would be taken to replenMIl the strength ot the Sweil Cp Telephone Only 52 exclusive still ihp vpeinonsihilities of a purchase the Westhoff telephone still has the lesponsibilities of a exchange from General the new appointee still to be simple He will take handfuls of flax Ben j secreated are left of the 70 wha and act1 filled the college after ing annouiiced tPbpe Pius XII named Wolle said the cooperative princes of the church in Jozsef Cardinal a dial system and expand the Hospitals Southwest Texas conference will meet Thursday night at Firstj Methodist Church to take de finite steps toward making Friendship proposed hojne for the aged a The meeting will start at 7 the program is a the nominee receives Herring Named For Food Survey Herring said Wed nesday she has been named by National Analysts of Phila delphia to conduct a survey for a crowd of up to half j service area to give service to all a million persons willfill Pe rural subscribers in the szenty of Hungary and iters Square and the streets all i A general meeting will be held the to the Tiber 10 Westhoff School November 6 at chairman ofj the Department of Agri Friendship Village culture in DeWitt 1 Awtt1 CkXT 1C Tom the Methodist their adoration Viva il Papa LongLive The Buch Succumbs Annie a life determine the homemakers use 1 long resident of the at which time person j nel from Guadalupe Valley Tele phone Cooperative will ex plain their plans and take appli executive The department survey is to Cardinal Stepinac of are virtual prisoners Communist Iron The new pontiff ascended the throne of Peter at one of most critical times fpr the Ro man Catholic a when its very survival cations for j aced in many lands by Comjnu Wolle said anyone interested in telephone service is cordially in vited to Church Board of Hospital and called the I of and opinions about selected Cuero Church Women To Sponsor Community Day Elementary Anyone wishing to loan animals is urged to contact Lloyd Henneke or Allen of Church concern to women in this stratii Buch is two wno are in charge of part of the Women will sponsor World Com1getically important Louis Kueker munity in Cuero November Ferguson said in of Cuero and Louis Parker The service willbegin at 4 where women are bei of Victoria six Cuero Council died at 6 Tuesday in a local hospitalShe a stroke Sunday and never regain ed Funeral services will be con ducted at Thursday from Buffington Funeral Home in where the body now lies in Burial will be in Hillside Cemetery in Animals Needed For Halloween Carnival A of animals Almost as according lo Vatican was j problem presented by the inter i nal condition of the j Despite novations during the 19yfaf reign of Pius Vatican chinery has been at First Methodist ginning to take their place in pub1 and both of Ferguson said lie a unique adventure in Dick and all of Strat offering will go to South Seatechnical training for women is wherf it will make possijust being new ppportunities for the Through local village women leach each other by exj and Adolph of Nprdheim and 25 Salesman Dies In Local Hospital women who jusjt beginning eaen oiner oy take part in community de changing their skills in the needle tptpike partin commqnity A womans interests specialistare supplied and the products are will be Benttq scane of the isIsold through the sales S t if a i f n P lands to help establish training parfment The govfrnmenf claim was based on money Parr said borrowed from Duval The She will strengthen government said the loan should tion work through J life of their own com i Porter Lee a Texr i as Harvest Ion died at 1 today in a local The body has been taken to i where funeral services Japan be at n Friday making it possible for the Marine planes brushed wings at qeorge Lewis Funeral farming district will be in a Houston Ceme arts and Materials Marine Planes Brush Wings women to take their first steps j organiza toward becoming a part of Tokyo anrl crashed in flames be as and thfrefor fubjfct to conferences and exchange of mation oh subjects of immediate I Those planning to attena Cuero observance of World Com VERSE Their right hand Jt full Barbarians have sold their Country for a hand full of We always are cheat ed when we accept j munity Day are asked to bring balls of yarn and pieces of ma which will be sent to refu gee mothers awaiting settlement Austria and Hong Ferguson said the yarnj Cuero school board in specproperties list in making such and material will be used to is x w i i 1 u m a COVC1 and work Cuero School Board In Special Session but both pilots parachutj Survivors are his ed to Teachers and stu Mary Wood and three denst of a local school rushed James Green Ihe fliers to a nearby hospital Tom McSkimming where they were treated for and Torn Lester all bruises and minor of Some Vatican observer Continued on Page 9 Sidetrack Oil Test The 2 Mary Atkinson affl being drilled by HarkMs and of Alice and Georjf 4 Musselman of San AntonipT has been sidetracked around feet and was to be drilled to ft bottomhole location about 700 feet southwest of the surface lo Located a mile east of Thorn the test has depth of The test had been feet and was running feet low to the i tor the new Amador ial session here Tuesday evening The board further make tackled mulligan stew moved to make application for skirts da which a variety of of them Highly but all imperative to oftlie school sys Seeking to improve heating in the school building and junior school former ly Cuero the board installation of an auxiliary elemeniiary schlool purng Landscaping of the new senior high grounds was and a request was macjf thft the school architect iubmjt for supb a siaroe time the board the type of lawhi for senior high and agreed to attempt to get in on surplus acquirement of a surplus proper1 ty building to be used at Daule The gifts will be known as Parcels for Other subjects on the agenda in cluded a discussion of the possi bility of drilling a water well at the new high school to provide for the watering qf the campus and band practice field appointment of school auditor new band equipment approval of substitute teacher pay and offi cial employment of Glenn Morgan as principal of Senior A side issue was the approval Youth Returns To Regular Assignment GERMANY A HTNOArmy Fred Melt ing whose father lives on Soviet Author Rejects Nobel Literature Award almost overshadowed the other Soviet author Boris Pasternak has j Nobel prizes this year The Nobel 0 f i Prize for Medicine is to be award rejected the Nobel Prize for j Thursday anf informed sourc apparently because of exjes sajd three Americans probably j treme pressure brought by Com1 will win it for their in gen munist informed I sources reported The three are Authoritative information formerly of Stanford and j sidetracked location be about 933 feet southeast the indicated the the Previous acceptance now at Edward j Tatum of Stanford and Joshua Lederberg of Wisconsin Univer Route he telegraphed to the cently returned to his regular j jsll Academy last The ward will be made by the assignment in since winning the j Carolina Institute of Surgery and a threemonth has been attacked Medic MB oni I of a plan to field a Junior High with Task Force 201 Jjn the Soviet Press and expelled After the medicine prize is 11 i i Srt T 11 ii nni nnlv thA nrizft for Dl an basketball team this Report on the meeting in Sergeant Motting made by Thad ber of the 187th Infantrys Com frorn the Sovfet Writers is a memmove that could threaten the live i pany lihood of the 67yearold nounced only the prize for peace will be Its winner will be chosen by the Norwegian Nobel The Soviet attacks on Pasternak committee in i IONO cord of W a today jn illusion to 1   

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