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   Weimar Mercury, The (Newspaper) - November 1, 1962, Weimar, Texas                                The Editors Corner What with all the distractions all the way from the Cuban and the election to the tight dlstri football battle and door season j worthy projects going that might getting only half our They each deserve our full efrc One is the second sip of Sab k polio coming up Sunda shouldnt let anything of a nuclear bombing deter us fn going down to the City Hnll a naking this another heavy 111 really complete protcctli Is just as Important as th Your sip will protect bi it takes about 80 coverage of th to make the communit No doubt about the delay an confusion caused by the postpom ment of Type III immunization hi taken the edge off the campalgi but It The one we ai to get Sunday is Type and It safety has never been question Spread that and come down to the City Hall Sunday after The second project is less likely t k go because wo ha bunch of hardworking pcopl remind us The Unlti und is going aays Chalrmt Ed and with continued goot cooperation the goal ahouli no reached by One driv and were through with 14 for i Tuesdays election has been hallc as a test of the twoparty system 1 and It may be but w think It goes More accurate ly Its a test of whether we want t keep voting for the same old just because our daddies and grand daddies did or start looking at Ih candidates as The Mercury for many years ha gone under neither the Democrat no Republican and we expect t keep It that Weve voted fo both In the past we expect to split our ticket this Were pledged to support the Demt candidates for governor and Con gressman this wed skip votln Our feelings are mild about Jack Cox we dont feel we know enough about him to be dead But one thing we arc sure of Is that we wont vote for whatever his down from Washington to bring Tex as back into the John Con nally may be a good know him no better than we know Jack we simply dont care for John Connellys Weve met Dave weve talked with him at some and we like his conservative Wo think Clark Thompson has failed to represent the best Interests of our area and that Its about time we re tired him with the title of PartyGiv er That one is as sim ple as It happens Cox and Oakcs are Were going to vote for Preston Smith Is a and were going to vote for him as well as Waggoner Bob Calvert and some other Demo crats on the God help us when we think so little of our voting privilege that we give it to a man we dont Just because ho wears a certain party Discussion Sunday for Hunters And FishermenFree Free movies and a discussion by Jim nationally famous will be presented Sunday 4 In Veterans Hall here through courtesy of Lone Star Beer Distributing The Marvin Gilbreath and Henry Invite all sportsmen and and the men may bring their sons along if they Refreshments will he served from 6 to 7 and the program will bo from 7 to B Whitetail deer hunting and salt water coastal fishing will be the sub ject of both the movies and ho dis along with some safety sug gestions and discussion of local game The tan who always goes right will have plently of elbow People who have the least to spa often give the most THE WEIMAR MERCURY VOLUME SEVENTYFIVE COLORADO THURSDAY NOVEMBER 4 2 Badly Injured In 2Car Crash At Flatonia Four persons were dead at th tired In a hcadon crash during miles west of Flatonl in Highway 90 Sunday Dead were Irene Beatrice of Du Hazel no age of Willie of Diane La of Brought to Youens Hospital here rare Ella Loucille La and dward both of The little sister of the Bycar was still comatose Tuesday cven She has a multiple skull though still on the critical was doing fairly He suf ired a skull broken racture of the right thigh and urc of the left lower o accident occurred at about 30 during the worst of a windy aln Lneey was drlv ig a 1002 Ford with Green as or only and was headed Williams was driving the a 195r with Butler nd the two La Fond girls as passon Both cars were Fayette County Deputy Sheriff Patrolmen Leonard Swan nd Roy Wllkeraon Tlemann of jus if the held the Inquest foi he 4 ic accident raised Fayette Coun death toll to CLARK THOMPSON DAVE OAKES CONNALLV Congress Top Races No more than half of the county ipproximately eligible voters poll taxes and exemptions 60s are expected to turn out Tues day to mark a general election ballot Died with candidates of 3 parlies illis 14 proposed State Two of Ihe those for gov rnor and have kindled lots f but probably not enough to bring the voters here out In large The while No the socalled trial dc novo In the top 2 races the election will be something of a test of the growth of the Republican party In the At City Hall Here Type II Sabin Offered Sunday Schamerhorn Begins 2Year Prison Term Sheriff Walker took the 35 arold former Eagle Lake secre ry and treasurer to prison aftoi Judge Paul Boethcl sentenced A jury had been but lerhorn waived jury A second of misapplying in city was left on th An audit showed a total of mlsHlng over a period of oul a year and a 4 Testify R put 4 Itnessos on the aland in prosccll m on the Eagle Lake ly Manager Kenneth Smith tcstl cd that Schamorhorn was employed g the period in Carl Aus tcstifiod that he had paid a for a negro and had received a ilpt signed by City Elton Semora said ho had the to ob ined the signed and given it Sue red by Ragle Lake to audit its nds after the scandal broke in late testified that the never is deposited to the citys Defense Morris Hodges put vitnosses on the stand and did not iscxamine state Disappeared 25 Schamorhorn disappeared last igust 25 after a dance at Now Ulm which ho played in an was Immediately charged with sappliealion of funds and an audit is begun to determine just how ich was About n week or he phoned from Las say Officers frfom Iho shcr s department wont Id Las Vegan il brought him and later ho s released on in bonds rais hy Illilgo Ellison will bo on the loh when district court roopons with a call of the A jury has been called for a s case the following Colorado and Fayette county resi dents will strike a second blow nt polio this when they line up for their sips of Type It Sabln The vaccine will be given from 1 to 5 at 5 locations in the coun just as Type 1 wan given in Aug Net Type III in the antipolio program several weeks ago upon advice from federal health This is Type and nization with only one type of vac cine does only part or the job of pc manently stamping out Each immunization is another step in tha but the complete job will re quire immunization of 80 of thi people with all 3 For All Ages Type II In the same one ilp form in which Type I was ad may bo obtained at thi City Hall here Sunday and I for ALL The only peo ple who should not lake th that doctors are II parts of the 2 counties where Type II will be given Sunday Eagle Lake high school cafeteria high school cafeteria La public wfofll cafeteria Bishop Forest High School with Tho iling did not lake Typo I in August may start heir program at this time and complete their series their private Individuals who received cards in at the time of the first im should bring and pre sent those for Authorization ihps will be to be complet ed for those under 21 years of Doctors Underwrite As no charge will be It those who wish may make a con ay Member doctors of the iloradoFayetto Counties Medical Society again arc underwriting the No further announcement in regard o the third doso in the scries Typo have been made sinco the post moment of that slop in early Sop however it is generally no iovcd that eventually it will bo given ho federal okay again in its present If then it can bo taken hero my time at least 0 weeks after Hie Iypc II In addition to the City Hall station CEMETERY CLEANING RESET Postponed from the earlier date bo auso of the cleaning of Bila lora Cemetery has been rescheduled or at 8 In Big District Tilt Coach Edsel Nixs Weimar I Fridays SmithvillcSchulcnburg Not only could it IK important in Wcimarfl chances for the district but it also will give them a firsthand look at the whom they will face in their last game of the It would Hid the Wildcats cause If with n previous loss to would defeat bringing them down to Weimars H will bo the Tigers second dlslrtet HrhiilcnburgH Maslrop faces shiner Friday mil barring a major catastrophe should Horse with a 20 Weimar ill play at next liner will be at Smithvillo ami will If things work nut Ihe district could go the final wools with a 4wny lie for and even the Democrats admit it been Tho bollringer contest pits Demo crat John Connally of Wort Mark Your Ballot So It Will Count In the last general election a iliii Irosslng number of buiiois were thrown out because they Im properly hero are some points to to bo to go The ballot will list candidates of 3 RoBnrdloss of what partys primary you voted you may vote for any In any party In this In other you may vote for a Democrat In one a Republican In another and a Constitution Party candidate In To vote a straight party that Is for all the candi dates of one you MUST nmrlf out the ENTIRE columns of BOTH the other ir you want to spill your you MUST mark out the names of ALL candidates you do NOT wish In vote for In a par ticular For hero arc 3 candidates for To vote for you must mark out the names of BOTH the This la Erasing can void your If you n mistake dont erase got a new ballot from the election Yoders Dies and Yodor received ord Tuesday that Voders Martha Duncan of Cal had She would have boon 01 next A native of Union Poiui oldest of 9 children of Wil ittm and Mary sho had lived n California most of her Sur viving arc 3 William in Col Robert and Frank in About 3500 Doe Permits Issued Game wardens in the county oourt noni at Columbus had about doo penults up to 10 Wed wore given the dates if Monday through Wednesday to lain the One permit may o issued for each 50 acres in the mrt of the county designated for an erless door and west f the Colorado About A Third Of United Fund Goal Reached With the collecting period half a little bolter lhaii a third of ho Weimar ITnllod Funds il has boon turned In Drive KM he reported this us had their non Tuesday and wore beginning their day Those are 111 Individual Subscriptions Division Itcadcil by Nora Booth and the Karl Downs Division headed by Tom Advance lifts one of the first In beijin Us had turned in approximately by Wednes John Hajovsky is chairman of this Special headed hy had turned in this division collects from outof town and more will be com Other divisions working are In Public Em Rural North and Rural All are expected to report tolals by Rabol said Iho campaign is ling urKed givers to keep in mind that Illis is one drive cover and to assist the unpaid ilunteors in any way they can to ako it a successful against Republican Cox of Brec kcnrldgo for Iho 2yenr governor The Republicans haw candidates In 7 statewide races and many Con Clark Thompson of IIIIH n HI rung opponent In Republican Diiio Oaken of Texas City for the llh Anolhrr Hlntcwlilo nice that has begun to Konenilo heal In the ilaya of the campaign In hat for sought by Republican and Dcmncrat loo The Democrat Pionion Smith ignlnst Hcpulillcnn Bill Hayes has iroiLsod Bon Ram sey faces opposition from Bor nolrl HaiiHou R for railroad com mlsosiicr Robert Culvert D is posed by Hargrove Smith R for comptroller Jerry Sadler ID cl Albert Fay R are running White ill and Hurryllubbard IR ire candidates for agriculture com No other candidates representing he Weimar or Colorado area have Listed unopposed In the Vmocinl column will he Slate Slalo Homer Riilla for county Coiinly Clerk Mnrlhn Mudiingcn for county niiilrlcl Clerk Charlie Al County Sohroodor ind County Surveyor Frank Dnvid Also unopposed In Weimar Ioclne offices are Commission r Alfred Kainor ami Justice of the once Hasso Tho polls will bo open at the City lull hero from 8 to 7 In ho Weimar voting 730 paid oil 13 received exemptions limber of who do need n Is Columbus Homes Will Get History Markers ilallli The announcement was made by Miko lintlor of chair man of Iho Houses and Building Com mittee of the Texas State Historical survey sponsors of the medallion Medallions are awarded for struc tures of cultural or archi tectural significance o the area in they The State of Tox s dooms the worthy of presi SHOW BARGAIN Kaoh Wednesday in November w 10 Bargain NiRllt at the Palace The Deer Killer Fined man may be born with hut has to hustle for niohnrd tried in county a total of for killing a door out of Ho was arrested by Warden Tho use was on tho Olasscorlc ranch near HSdfdO The Weimar 53 a   

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