The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1965 Page: 1 of 12
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The Cameron Herald
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CAMERON. MII.AM COI N TV, TEXAS, TIIOKSDAY Alii, 20. I!»«*.*»
All Departments ON 7-1i»71
I I* A OKS TOO W
Open Sept. 1
'■'mill 1, students are ex-
pected to attend opening classes
in the Cameron Schools on Sep-
tember J, according to Supt. D.
Pre-sehcol registration fer rtu-
den's m Ren Milam and Ada J- *n-
derson was held Monday of this
All Yoi Hieh School students will
register according to toe fcliiw-
Seniors—9:30 a.m., August 25:
30 1 m„ Aug. 26; • 1 ;>h
omorcc—9.r,t) a.111., Aug. 27; Fresh-
men—1:20 p.m., Aug. 27.
lii,'i school pupils reporting for
registration should bring pen and
notebook paper. Registration will
include filling out census registra-
tion ■ ■ in' tr,akine a copy of the
student's ched; 'e, home room as-
' m < o' i locker number and
ret n int ictions c mcerning
school to ulations Pupils will
mt ef in the auditorium at the de-
signated time for registration.
Registration for all O.J.Thom-
as punils will be held on Aug.
SI. I rinc-ipal Albert Whiteside said
the l iii school students, erodes
t thrum li 1: will register in room
list v! at the school. At this time
they will make out their sche-
dules All lirst graders and all
elementaly students who have
not su milt.-d their choice slips
vc 'll register at the school gym
n;e • 1 Whit 1 aide noted that stu-
dent.'. in elementary grades, other
th a k ■ fir 1 grade, need not
con. for registration if they have
tm e in their choice slips.
i'.ach first grade pupil is re-
<p ok to brine a birth certificate
"H> j l JDK r«r 1 nMCtHKHRI
THOUGH WITHOUT—One of
those innumerable conversat ons
ove a cup of coffee turned to
tin ' ii - 'inn of the it's, a good
source told us the other (lay.
It seen s that a young tellow
.and his friend wore traveling
ar in - I the country seeking work.
They found themselves in New
f.n . 1, and ;)' flat as a lot of
that state's countryside.
Tile euly way, they decided to
make t was to “bum” a few
Their technique was to pretend
th y were deal and dumb.
L: ter. one of the pair Knocked
;.( the don’ iif a house and the
l.idy of the house appeared.
v itiu - i a a pad of paper use-
ful ! i his purpose, the man in-
formed the lady that they, two
; oim’. men. were deaf and dumb
raid needed a meal to keeji go-
' eadin; this explanation, the
lad turned to the other tellow
sta.idir at the edge of the house
porch, and said
i), are you deaf and dumb.
v.: '1 ut Tanking, he replied:
i y got the meal.
Ui'i : iconic believe half of what
they hi r . . . w iser ones know
which hall to believe. —Anon
ftenato Simpiieio Dopes, a one-
day i miter to ( ameron and Mi-
larn County, cv plained the aspira-
tion. of h:s native Brazil the other
dry. spiakin of argiculture in
hi , Portuguese!anguage nation
which is about the size of the
Mros Ucrais, the Brazilian
s' >1 • .1 here he is th<’ equivalent
of 1 DsPvt Auent in their F.x-
i n Servile is about the size
of Te as So he was conversant
w • 1 Tevas type expense of land
The main difference he found,
comparing, agriculture economies,
was the major difference in tech-
pi- t advancements of Texas over
dewY'pment in his state Their
economy is just tieginning to move
into II. technology of farming that
h - . tiered Texas agriculture into
a major industrial complex of its
The 33-year-old, a graduate stu-
den' at the University of Wis-
cen’-in stayed overnight at a Cam-
eron m tel. traveling with his
wife and three children, the
youngest, incidentally, a month-
showing that he will lie six years
old on or before the first day of
September. He must also have a
certificate of health or a state-
ment from a physician showing he
has taken the DPT shot scries.
Supt. Dodson said Sept. 1 will
he a full school day with classes
beginning at 8:30 a.m, Full bus
service and lunchroom facilities
will be available.
ST. ANTHONY SCHOOL
St. Anthony Catholic School is
expecting an enrollment of some
200 pupils when school gets un-
derway August 30.
The first two days of school,
August 31 and August 31, will do
half-days from 8 a.m. until 1:
noon. On September l the sihoo!
will begin regular hours from ;;
a.m. until 3 p.m.
Ruses for St. Anthony will be-
gin in full operation on August
Officials said due to an increase
in the school enrollment, an ad-
ditional teacher has been employ-
ed and work is underway to con-
struct an additional classroom.
Drop After Four
100 Degree Days
Cameron temperature hit its
highest mark of 10) degrees on
August ?() and remained at that
point for four days, according to
Water Supt, Alvin Hefft.
Temperatures dropped when
.75 inch of rain fell Tuesd. v add-
in > to the .25 of an inch of rain
that fell Monday evening Prior
I" Ha: week’s iambi!1, i.aly .01
inch ol rain had been r 'corded
The 1.04 inches of rainfall in
August brought ti e yoany total
to 27.31, somewhat higher than
the normal at this time of year
Hefft noted The average normal
rainfall is 32 inches.
( AYUKON TUMPKKATUttUN
l a, . ifihh- * *•
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ft'* , '.kit?
vw !■ m
Local Girl Wins
Au ; 22
Menica Mikola has ! i - iec
ed as the ’ Hit t 1 d . ■ ( a - ol- •
Youth or tb ■ An.dm D - so toi
IDW and W a it-, i. y mu >rel
at ti e j' a;, in of the (? - r
Kadi year. < . a y pa
dioecs.’ ‘iivit >i ti til mil the
name and quniificn'ioi.x oi tin-.,
out .landim youth, t nn amun
these are picked wiiu.e s tor cm ii
of the fne CYO Disti els in 111
diocese The I hoc - an winn i i
selected from this group ol dis-
trict winners; and named to the
National YD, to on- pete v.-ith
oiitslrndin youth ol elk -I -
eese. and th* Winner i i .*i\ as u
Miss .dikula is the iFugbUr of
3 bscapees Hack ^1^03 SlIDt. PoSt
In Lampasas Jail
Milam County Sheriff Carl Black
said Riley Whittington, about 3).
of Cameron is back in the Lam-
pasas jail following a jail break
last week in which Whittington
and two other men escaped.
Whittington, who was in jail an
burglary charges, and the two oth-
er men escaped last week and
wire picked up Friday Whitting
ton was arrested at Kemper and
the two others were picked up
Supt. 1) R. 1 ds i h
ed the res-gn ■ ef > • >h
prim pal Frank
Dodson said, a* w
position I ere to a It' Then-
dale school super inti - ; lit - post.
He was elected by in Thorn-
dale school board Moncay.
Kemble came to
August from Ki-lmado c>-» !:
was school prim i a: -
He had served at m
tin rr.ied and has
a? P. Wlm wi i li"
Brazilian Compares Farming
He looked through his hornrim-
med glasses, calculating Bi a/.il-
ian land measurements into Amer-
Said Renato Simpiieio l.o|x->. 8:;.
of Brazil: "We have three cate-
gories of farmers in Brazil, the
big, (he small anil the laborers
who work on Ihe large (aims anil
wlu> are going to the cities ‘
Summarizing I h c agriculture
structure in Minas Gerais a state
of 13 million population in B r a-
zil, was this Cameron visitor,
whose job is equivalent to a dis-
trict agent in the Texas exten-
Things are changing fast in Bra-
zilian agriculture through techno-
logy, begun alxiut 15 years ago in
Minas Ucrais with funds granted
by the Rockefeller Foundation and
oth-'r American sources Now the
program is 60 per cent su|>portcd
by Brazil's cential government.
lxipos emphasized that dairying
is tnkine a dominant position in
his slates agriculture economy
though coffee, long Brazil's staple
export commodity, still is produc-
ed in great quantity.
“We have a climate for all kinds
of crons." Lopes said in good Ung-
lish. “From the south to the north
part of our country, we can pro-
duie ric< sc
and wheat B
perature is a1
Lopes’ job i.-.
pm : p> ai- '-amration though
Ihe ,Inin in: i.uluslry ibere has
rig pas ■ 1 thr it the h.imlmilk-
1.0 A LITKB At V
' (me problem is Brazil's rate
of literacy, which is about 4<i per
ct'P: .-■! pres'-nt." Lopes noted.
‘‘Schools being or have been
trait in . U th- s-raller village-
Tragedy Strikes 3
V1i an A Mrs Pete ’li ula i f C im-
r ' i: . ii.- i I'H'I - ill the St.
o She "Is a* til c in
, th;;. editor
It til; 1 ; },l):l t ; I a.: ,S*Mai'll US
»■>■••• . - ■ ; ■ ■! i 'Ii w t, I cii.-ir .*
m.-.ii ,n iii>i- ciiib; is cuiiciidy vice
pri lent of tli" Ui.inei on districe
I' m and I...- i> .' ai u.s .sec-
Lust year she was selected
"Rest .'elivs.x'’ in tile one act
play contest Monica is likewise
elivi ill .'s hool: ’ ,■ Ii.iiial Honor
si cicl Spanish Cub, I-' u I u r e
. -e-ir iii i n ..ns. Science
- ! !) a:.d b. n 1 In Te pm ish, she
ii,” oi .if. ' i- in Hit-
vk a and I .■ cy a h i ihe * * T).
y, i High f"i> bull player, rr».
dy Green Fu g it, I5> died Mon-
ii: y iiivlit oi ui at me heart hul-
lin' and a cii.ipicte autopsy
showed no c.’i lance of any in-
jury, according to Dr, S. 11. Ri-
The autopsy, conducted Tues-
day morning by Dr. K. 1*. WTtt-
struek, V aco | athcli gist. sR.tc.l
that the youth l ad an acute neart
failure with an acute enlargement
11 tin- ii or. 11 is wi'.i thought in
he due to coi genital <al birth)
silmuil of Ihe orta 'main artery
from the heart > The aoria was
inadi i|iialely smalt, . aid spokes-
man Dr. Richardson He sail the
auto; sy siioweii no evidence ol
any injury suffi ic.1 by tilt: youth.
Knight, son of Mrs. itutli Kni hi
II irriloll.i > c.l in the A'l.e , ym-
nasii.m div s.dng room Monday
night iiiilowiiig football workouLs.
Dr. .Rich irdson said he il i c d
iibnul 1 0 pan ('• nil George
Knk said ixni'-’lit reportedly sunk
to the flour ol the dressing room
aiv.l conri|iiaiiicd about his chest
hurtle.. Artificial re piraiion was
administered wliilc the ;-nili.dan<e.
:ue ucpaitment and iiicdic.il doc-
tor were being summoned.
).in In, vvh.i ■.ould have been a
i. iphemore at A oe ii; b Ihe. year,
ii. ii I played on l ie varsity team at
vi.'l lion, s la t year. . ecordit;.
to principal Ali art Whiteside The
piincj al said to his knowledge
Ihe Ldl pound yruth had shewn no
pi ,-vious signs of any disorder.
The youth w. s presently living
with his grandnother Lillian Ca
vanaugh, at 9T8 West 8th.
Funeral services will be held
Thursday al pan. at Hie earn-
er.n.i Grove Baalist Church. Ib-
I. ! V. Joins will i f!i(rale wi’ii
Imiial at the Cameron colored
In Little River
( t.'urJian Dies hi
Tw A'en l '!r rged
The body of Thomas "Tim” k1
Fishei. it) who drowned in l.itiie
River Tuesday, we taken to
Grand 1 ra> 'i - A- «•*’ - ly vvii -i
services were pending at the
Mcrae-Krow i Funeral Home.
Fishc-r drowned about 2:45 pm.
Tuesday at ir i nc- baicin River
Brill; c 8 miles southwest of Cam-
He was in a group of F.'plorer
Ecouta from Fri -1 i»i i
rrairie. I’he I o-,p was makins a
canae (rip luwn the Litiie River.
Sever. Scu ts and I heir super i >
entered the rive;' at Bell a > dm
day, in four canoes, c-i niui.- u
Ihe mouth ol Ihe Bra.ir.
Thc-y stoppi T to camp at tic
Salem River iaidge. WY.niss'S
said Fisher, who w. s nd'li'il to
c|ii!eplic >ei/.UM'S, nppai'cnl:y *■)-
fried an attack and fell into tlie
river. Attempts to rescue ti’.” „;
pound, C l boy tailed.
The Cameron Fire Department,
Highway Patrol and Sheriff's Re
pai inent answered the call. The.
youth's body was recovered three
hours later by the f-ire Derail-
Twr. men remain
in M i 1 a in
County d ii! Wedir
■i: y charged
v.itii mu' ter wT ,
ii-n and one
mure m.ui is e\i re1
ed to he ar*
ith the death
of Simon Amador,
48, of Bur-
Amador was stabbed to death a*
11:15 p.m., Sunday at ihe La
Rumba tavern in s- an l meren
County Attorn' y .jeiin Hcnder
■ n Jr. rid 'h*- two ch-rged ar-
ay night il
. 3 of Troy un
Phillip Cam: cho, 3
e of the
pe-ice, .1 e s •
liro i .-ai'
uni .IS ill. Ir
1 ’, i” in .e-.ti ,.
1 nil, £; : d
■ . 1 ■ we i
t li ilc'fi Cihoui t i * ,i '
• v* * M.H
lull «! ■ .
leu got into ar
fight follow. 1
IP 1 .N
shout die f ic
Ld - uni
n -1 < e char, o
day v iii i
Broad- s, Warren ' cC:ul and
cr ti; i In the slieiiff.-
in falH .* Dot
: 1:V.,:s 1 Di
I’m m in
, &; 4
. 1 \:i‘!ho(Lsi Chll
- ».* youth h;
id recently niout
it i. h *J. 1 tit v 1»ro w ii
Lit ms 1 «i-»i
He was horn
March ?), ir o,
Survivors include his mother
and grandmother, five sisters,
Shirra, Lillian. Renetia. Marib r,
and Sheila Knight an. • i brother,
Ronnie Joe Knight.
1.inns Ids riii Oliver;
Koeina-cke •( Scg-is. w.'l ”i ad .»
his cffieial D-;it wilh the Camer-
on Lions tin!) her1 at 12 noon
Monday, August 30, at the Texan
V.I ile heie, I>istri< t Go
noclie will meet with fames (.Tim
officials in di-.ru-s th r irgani-
zation's program of work,
will also address the Lions Club
at its riiguiar meeting.
A member of the Lions Ciri)
since KM.. Gov. Kocnnecke is a
public accountant iu Seguin He
was elected district governor n
June at tie annual convention
of District 2-S-.I, comp .ed cl -1;
Lions Cl ibs ii. 10 ( ei I r > •
cemnniniH; s The Distrii ! sire; ,
V l!SH ' iijllffiiil iViv.i .
e t. .in - icii i I ,e'e Luxe l-i
l.'etrna and Johns an City, and is
one o‘ tile largest Lions Districts
in Hie world.
Koenni'fke is a leader in his
con inunity. He is president of the
board of trustees of the Seguin
Independent Si hoof District; serv-
ed x treasurer of KmanucTs Lu
the -an Orr-eh in Seguin; is a
treirdii’,- of the board of develof)-
iih 1 ei To .1 if Reran College;
I'.;., heeded th, Guadalupe County
< i ai . !• un i: and is active
in tin Chamber of Commerce and
other organizations. He is a past-
president of Seguin Lions Club,
end last year served as Deputy
District Governor-at-large. He has
attended three Lions International
Conventions, including the MS)')
I riiy at ! x A ele- last ,)ai\'.
T«. Ti* F.’r * i A:
8 I ’}] O .icen ( r v, n
Miss C. • ” Lrown of B
dal< ha.- hiTit iiam- I .‘Ain 1
Ccunly • eiii I. i i.i Queer
Earntvsl 1 Dodd
lie (V»uivn Co is test (
ss Knren Fontnine,
will bo marri(*d.
iu1 turn pus'lic
< daughter of Mr.
n will re-
if:? '.•iiam County i
n the Dis-
8 F irm Bureau (
/t n ”ii eon-
to be held August ..
Ss Brown is euht
m Houston State
l nivei - ity
C. H. Yoe Home Built For Children
By Lois Sapp
In the large two-s:ory whit
house at 90) N. Hmistcn ouei- ii
a ceuplc who were known for
their love of life and childri n.
It is the old home of Mr. and
M; -. C II. Yoe built in a r .is-
sue style on the one block si'c
with the dream to have it filled
w if Ii children.
But the Yire's hud only one
child, a little •-irl, who died at
the ; ge of five years
Ula n this child died. Mr Yoe
bev, i enter' lining ail the child;vu
\ * V A' ti -
t '■ ^4 W *+
- m# *. t A ^ ^
■irhood. always ha
. roil in her bon
the many trei
of the neigh
ing a iarv. grm
and piaymg unde:
that shade I the Iiomc.
I (it M> I TTY
Mr. AT. 1 • as said to have been
a simple man and the story guc
LmJ iu « ' i Ninta 1 .in
in 1 *i ; • i . . / kept ri«t ;i • • mJ
in, for u pv he l.Aed That
pi**'".’ hapi>C!i('d to bo i’an*1011
. ml in* one: ! a oia«. .*■ N”a'.') d i-
nos> which he* operated most *f
his H e
He married the
i:‘nter of F
* Meyers, i hi
was the firs
burn in < *:»m<
travcii 1 in th
\ f <*rrr n i
( r h !.*•: \di :.s
I known ns
a<iin ? mem
• on th. li
s, <*■ .
* 4 „ ' •
mt ?- M
•» 5Vc .. , mA -
Kenato bimplicio I^oiks Sec brahlun page ;
C. H. a OE H< IME
Pc boot tod.qr as It has txvn for
Ihe jk’sI 44 jears, now paynit;
tribute to tsith Mr. and Mrs
'brunch fhe year*, the Yo
H.’iiii has ch.irged much in mp
lx ivanct Mrs. Daisy Sprinkle
Sp-iftt purchased the A oe home
..i.l still w:> it Historian* Say
it is now I>emg resiiwed by Air*.
Sprctt or her children.
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Luecke, Frank M. The Cameron Herald (Cameron, Tex.), Vol. 106, No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 26, 1965, newspaper, August 26, 1965; Cameron, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth578268/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.