The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 123, Ed. 1 Monday, June 30, 1958 Page: 4 of 6
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< THE CIERO RECORD. Monday, June 30, 105*
PgOBASIT THIY Fill HOUNDED--^A Frenrh pbodlesits by a traditional "ronvfnlenee" In front of
N«'-» York's ASPCA headquarter* Instead of going along with the new installation being tested.
Of ZO dogs used In the test rim. IS ignored the whole thing and the other two doggedly used a
nearby curb. IUPI Ttitvholo!
Use Of Computers
nrTr.orr in Purrs *r, i
Bcrrwdrivrr men- such as Henry
Ford and Charles K* 'himg o.ru
designed autos anti put them to-
gether, but now ere; infers' at
drafting 'boards and elecUonir
brains which < tr, f tlit n a tap
•'try out'' new ran every day.
When an auto engineer gets an
Mei these days, ho doesn't dash
down to the forge shop and Car'
pouring metal. Putting every
idea into, metal and running it
ever the road would bo too
time-consuming, too wasteful
*nd too expensive.
So the engineer goes to his
company * mathematics depart-
ment, pries a Ph D, loose from
a logarithm table and works put
a formula for testing his idea on
an "electric brain,"
At the Ford Company's engi-
neering 1 llxnalories they, aw
' trying "out" < onihiri iiiorx <>!
new engines transmissions,, ax
l»s and tires ilia1 r-i i.y tie in your,
c ar in 196- ’
Another -Ford • Onipu!l i s.-l-up
is used to figure r,ui In»w n<-a
suspension systems would ''oik
ori all types of loads
Can't <»uess Wrong
At the < tcpri al T < !.
Center, the enginei t , ;md iii-ith-
rmaticians have, put ,i sIr<■ iwr
s» heel on an e|r. Irotu anal'! -.n
computer W hen they. turn I"-
steering w her , l!< wi,: pu'ri
Farm Operators’ Net
Income Rise Noted
mf.f.KM: STATION. June'. 29.
The animal rate of farm opera-
tor s realized riel income . rose
.sharply .to about 1 I billion dollars
in the first- quarter- Of,1958, com
parcel with a rale of 117 billion
in the same .quarter of. I'*57.
This reflected substantially
higher prices rc'Cived by farm-
ers for beef cattle, hogs, eggs po-
tatoes and other vegetables, for
which supplies were , reduced
from a year ago, points, out A
R.'.'Wooten, extension economist.
Price* of farm products are
running well above last year and
are expected to average higher
for the year than in 1957. says
Wooten. Prospect* indicate that
supplies Of some products will
increase, notably vegetables,
hogs, fed cattle, and eggs, so,
current levels of prices and in-
comes may more toward the lev-
els of 1957. Rut even so- farm -op-
erators' realized net income In
i'i'.x is cspei led to be from 5 I >
III |x-1 cent above .the 11*2 billion
dollars in 19">7..
This increase is the opposite
of Iasi year's .situation, he points
out. Realized net income to all,
farm operators was lower Iasi
•year than the year tieforc, though
income per person on farms was
about $90 higher last year than
The increase in income per per-
son last year was due to the fact
that there were about eight per
cent fewer people on farms, leav
ing feweri jiersons among whom
the agricultural income was di-
vided. he adds.
More and more farm people are
supplementing their income* with
off farm employment, notes
Wooten. In recent years the ra
tio of income from non-farm
sources, compared to farm sourc-
es, has been about one to two.
This means that farm people ate
making SI in non-farm jobs for
each SZ they make on the farm
The future level of income [«• i
prison on farms may depend
treat deal more on income from
the-sc non-farm sources.
flipped some switches to "udl"
ii ity decision*, lie wanted. He
. a iked to : the tlmal part, of the
■■o'nipuier ■ . ,y ,lcm and pressed a
button which caused1 it to grind
blit lb" .Viswci-, .on a sheet of
paper, fed out. tlie lop."
Rack lu Drawing Hoard
He ipel i'l l dc|c, piuicil how a
ii w on.Id pm fin nr v i'll a ccr-
I iei ly pi nf engine. gc.iI and
figure* uut how r-'i' ii.tb"
* ' • ’ i.
■ - m r
i .itii», t;cin shifting Jamils
roll, taw, pltr|j-aryd skid
*j• lj* kl\ it would hrrrlcpMtr
given speed. Ref
ail 1 \ t
In*' fws? flip rn?in€ \voulrl
computer serd's v;mi 1
1 * ; • r
' t\ *M
llltie elecHjt r !■•
»• mi id li.r r t ikr i nnr in A*
a trn < at aii'l hi r u, - .
' 1 , ( 1 ?!
I.H 1 1
.1 ! It irtll 1 If’it vf <vl\ i * »ni s t< •
»ee this toy t vir i tr-i|. ' ,t
i< il.is job \x it Ii mnnijAl
-•alt ubilmg aids.
In the eld days, tlie pc, and-
S'lewdir.'T n.cn had i Im .'cd
number,'of chances to liii on .the'
right combination or system of
"If they guessr-ii uinn,'.' thev
deiri t get arintf i r , h m •■. It1.1'
one reason a lot c f - r •• d.
pe.ired iiotn the in.it ket, ’ a
Kurd engineer s o-l
"When we spend 1. • !•■ d
rr.il 1 iont j i ■»t c an *
iff 'fltl !- >
pfjt a •f1.;r' »u tnc . i
r r'' ■ t ..l
}■ ij[ >1 A ,!l t'iiciij., I!■
' |^.tl i a f '
• ;^f\i»or K \ K .
' '<y. '>• ’• •• • •’ • 1
J . 'U(1 ’ ■ > » 1 ’ ;
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t *, f - • *
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Ii. * !. * ' '
1 '.If' % , • ,
i ,.m .; •
; I can inmeniber * when we
kept JO people woiking all night
a couple of yea is ago to
lind i.iit answers like this on a
new model we planned." Rog-
'untiui k said.
I ntui lunalely. the car di iv c
Ii mi i . i:ilitri.ition J.nk- ai ted
into the linn tune produced a
i .ir that took 17 seconds to go
l| o. .:tfro lo bo mills | , i Ii-mi.i ,
bout seven seconds slowei iti m
. - vt A.-. ■ I.- .11-- .1 -. .
'j I' oh
i. t i >
two electronic brains 'gave . dif-
ferent answeis to a single proh
lent »o difficult men can t figuie
il, out m a single lifetime
( A( 111; OK I'DHSII.IZKII
SHARK TEETH l-‘OI'Ml
MOUNT 1IOI.I.Y.N. .1 il l’
Ilu.rii.l.ieds .of fcssi.b/i-il shark teeth,
estimated to be altoul 6*1 million
years old, sie jingling in Mount
Holly »-liooJlxiy* pockets
The teeth have peen turning up
latlev in the sballnw tributary nf
the Ranrni as River, near Mill and
Rrani It Strcels nit the northeast
side of tins town.
'Hie nin on tlie lelityOid uppers
began when a building firm start-
ed digging in the stream bed to
make a lake near a Mount Holly
housing development Dig
ging equipment began unearthing
the in- h long fossils.
I >r. I I'U .0 c Rn hards, i ur.it,a of
geology at Hie Academy of Natur-
al Scicij, ,-s m Philadelphia, said
tlie It * -111 were deposited in the
area when New Jersey was the
Hi ml -f the -\llaiiti,' (), can, tim ing
,lac t i Win c ttis era
Ritliaius suul lie Italn-s fossils
in -u valuable and less t on,men
than sli.iik leellt will l>e tound
when slutlen's tif ihe IocbI high
- .i ' I.', ifine t l.tsst s nutl.e a
p.sinn.t-d g.t--,logit al sealaii oI the
I: •he ai
t<"!. p » a! i
:• *0 I,!- rt, pc, iptr , ,|
U I ;l lies anil ta\rs -p
TRAIN SUNS AW OK
wre-'K wits rr.a'i* n klcCt - v
lrn.r\ foi two r<tjs,r«. »r.c a • tr
1 » 11* r. fr* u«,s t
was tt r 'ei’#o ;nii wren f to «>* La.» ua n
e Os, .s r , ’a t is? a . m t - t seven r':. I in r:;r:rt-rrj m
il r? e or. s .“-lei Wt erg-reei ws« n ttsjirn part of
r a So-.*!** f* g foi tpr»* trcs«t-;f*3 thr* ugh • •ULoB
IMS fxiuy Uv* «*..■* UiJs i.„*c af ifwxii a *u*caa*« »au. IL Pi letaiAoto/
A STRIKE of maintenance rr,cn
emsed New York * museums and
zo**s Inside, things were so
quiet the t nly ones who f'lt
right at home u*;c the rh ..rn
There »r# two types nf Abt-niin-
able y'nte.vrnan, says an explorer,
one 12 feet tall, the other only
five fe<i b'/h. In ether words, an
IA ooi n in« me snow ooy !
A powrr. m-.v.cr v .'ii
lights Ts/ the la'esf w -rvirr
sort of tailfm* if ‘potfs
A new interpret,' New
Jet xey's child latsil la a. now per '. s ,i .c-, >. 1
mhs teenagers w - rk.. .. he- age • a • '
partment s' ■! cs to ride the < a ,.."c hi * .u- tm--a . In-l a /s,-.-
tors there. The rxirg ger.rj.t'i -n"' true lazy m ' - - p
A y-f atl fV)-fw ,r,ti '.t is- ,n 5 ' ' .' s‘‘ ^ - ' '•
C. unman ha, w atcr-skir-i ■ _1K| ti- -t/ d, .g , t u'ciii it- y was: i-r
miles non str»p for a re<-urd. That., ’ me 2' on .a- Ri'i < t-ran-.if
suggests the man at the ne-.t national liiailgc Who d n ri
desk, is quite a splash to Ire made th**ught t.ie humlac wienei
- f c-1
h.t v c
vti. ti wtuiiit h#tt»cnB a fitting sutv
stititr for the olive branch'
, a test Ran tan fat) (or lx's- ii
year bias us blinking ft < sun-
vti-t fnngeti t'ith false cye-
-In K n- Is ■ » hu/aapl kicked
he hu ..e! after drinking some
or Vhrrc « t>ne hihd that
'■iil.lti t sfarvi the high life
Holt it-c'lsets at hu h tt ill enable
t pt i s n i-s leap distances nf up
.1 > LYI feet ha v e laeen successfully
dem'nstrated \t long last, there
•Mins to h« son.* hop
v ival of us pedMtritns
One tinforscen result
belt rockets ia that th*
• way with tho*e seven
poles in basketball.
■ i ; t
A Peiping. China,
old hoy can lift 160 pot
times his ow n weight,
has a tough time spa
! I I
Han est time came «
year for a Mount Clem
farmer. He ploughed u
mud containing $1095 i
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 70, No. 123, Ed. 1 Monday, June 30, 1958, newspaper, June 30, 1958; Cuero, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth696281/m1/4/?q=RIO%20VISTA: accessed November 14, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.