The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1959 Page: 3 of 12
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AIOS SAHTV—Dennis Martinez, 5. scratches hi* head in as-
• tomshmcnt as he inspects painter's version of the word "Slow’*
. en pavement in Merced. Calif. Right or wrong, the sign
painter accomplished his purpose, as many motorists have
®ccn slowing down to get another look at the misspelled word.
TODAY S GARDEN-GRAPH
*«e ti. a r»t«at oew •'
Protecting Our Feathered Friends
■» MAN HAUIDAV
Distributea by Central Press Association
" HT NOT have a bird sanc-
tuary in your garden. The pro-
tection of birds can become an
interesting hobby. Birds ARE
useful as well as decorative tn
our gardens, for they help to
keep down Insect enemies of
plants and flowers.
When we place feeding sta-
tions and bird-houses In trees
about the home grounds or gar-
den we should take steps to
protect the birds we are trying
to attract. This can t; done
by olacing guards on trees on
wn.cn are nesting or feeding
pla es for birds.
The accompanying fiarden-
Grapn shows three types of trre
guards which are effective for
birr) protection against cats and
squirrels. One Is made of pro-
jecting wires, while the other
two are sheet metal guards.
Any type of sheet metal
guard should ba placed high
enough on a tree to prevent
animal enemies of the birds
from Jumping above it from
In feeding on Insect peats not
only do birds taka • great
variety but they frequently de-
stroy very large numbers. Often
more than a hundred Insects
are devoured at a meal, and
in the case of small insects
sometimes several thousand. A
number of cases are known in
which trees and garden crops
have been entirely freed of in-
sect pests by birds.
For economic as well as
esthetic reasons, therefore, an
effort should he made hy all
gardeners to attract and pro-
tect birds and to increase their
<C 1953. King Feature* Syndicate. In- >
Bigger and Better Savinge Baade
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President ilienhower wants the country to know thot
utod States Savings Bonds now pay 3*4 por cant mtaras*.
i pasad for this photo iu»t after signing into law a Con-
essional b it pormittirg tho Troosury to incroaso intorost
to> on Sorias f ond M Savings Bonds from tho old 3 . roto.
is enlargement of a $100 bond is symbolic, of course but
carriot tho message shot Savings Bonds ere 'Now bigger
id better " The new rote was mod# retroactive to Juno 1.
addition, the SO million parsons already holding Savings
inds benefit by the legislation. Tho mterost rt-te en airl-
anding bonds has boon Increased by ot least one-half
„ cent from now on .f held to moturity. To my mind. '
• President said, "there is na bettor way of soving, no
ore offoctiv# woy of strongthonin* our pawor for peace,
an la awn united States Savings Bonds la buy these
tnds is to express faith In America It helps provide the
anemic strength ,n both Our Government and in individuol
milios on wh.ch our froodom depends. I hope thot the
aking of both old ond now Savings Bonds oven more et-
.ctivo will servo os o renewed mv.tot.en re ovory c.tieen
buy gttd h«td those Shores in America V
Super - Market
THE CIPRO RECORD.
DOUBLE CUERO STAMPS
on Wednesday with 2.50
Purchase or More
Specials Fri., Sat., Oct. 9 & 10
Veal Sirloin or
1 * Gal. Carton
Glacier Club 2.30 Cuero
| ICE CREAM Es?
Pet 2 Tall Cans
It Lb. Rag
Ocean Spray 300 Can
CR' BERRY SAUCE
.Morton’* Iodized or 2ti Oz.
2 1 oi
Heinz 1 Oz. Jar
(> 1 OI
Libby's Sour or
Libby’s Kwrrt 303
2 l or
LeGrande C’r. St\le 303
l ncle William s 300 Can
PORK Cr BEANS
12 1 or
1 nele William s Golden or 30(1
3 1 or
4-Lb. Cello Bag
APPLES 49c IBAC0N
Lncle William s 303 ( an
2 I tn
I «u In W illiant * I rrv h
B. E. PEAS
? I ot
I’j Oz Rot lie
1 11 ^l < hoii e
(> i a 111
Su jii erne
l l». Box
1 t tlfcf \ \l 1 » s
FISH STICKS 29°
I lustv \rifn j Boxes
Listerine Antiseptic, 14-oz. _ 79c
Woodbury Soap, 2 Bars . 29c
Wildroot Hair Tonic, lg. size _ 69c
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 65, No. 269, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 8, 1959, newspaper, October 8, 1959; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth695993/m1/3/: accessed March 17, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.