The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 274, Ed. 1 Monday, November 20, 1967 Page: 2 of 6
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Pac* 2 THE CUERO RECORD Monday. Nov. 20, 1067
And What To Do About It?
f 10 and 20 Tears Ago
From Record Files.
November ?0, 1*V»7
The limb'd State*; has no Ini-!
mediate Intention of sending |
more nuns to Tunisia, official! j
1 said tnday in Washington . . . I
[lints From Heloise
by Heloise Cruse
WASHINGTON d'PP In
Carden City. Kan., last. Sept cm-'
be: an unsuspecting house hold-
er op IK .1 the mail and wh<
a'ltcd th" uns ••’.cited <iuesti.»r:.
"Do y-.u bel.eve in naked ;.-v,e7"
Accompanying the question
w >. ,! b.'-enure p, ‘urine par-
ti •! the (limed. explicit
s! > iv had for $16 in black
What to do has seemingly all; according to a spokesman for]
but btif/ai. >ed the Stipivjue
Court, to ■. its obsi enit.v ralinc*
v\■ ■: the pa-d :;i0 years arc. to
ThSny •' T t!er"Ju!3'S j:; rw, r
v n u r’t s i jn:*ty hard in
whitei they're (at a, loss (or a
solid definition of obscenity
C 'Tig.vs* u.-iw h,;s sU-piH-d
into the cer.ti r of this emo'i .ns
Hep. IXmiinik V Daniels, D-N
.! . whose •’marshniiing o! House
supp-r: for the i ••ijjiiussioti tea:
rue: C t > its iTt trti n
•We have every hope that
tins will be a • scholarly look at
Synthesizing the conflicting •
*•■ - .....«*........*hKs»?rsrr sT'bJS?.
ters, police and sociologists on (ircyhoundit will \w played in
what, if any. harm obscene ma- Kingsville Nov 79. rather than
terial has on individuals, parti- 'h*1 previously announced Sn-
eularly children. ! turday night, Supt. L. S. Ri-
Iialancing desires to re-' bhardson announced today
Dear Folks: -I (Dear Heloise: t Dear Heloise:
T7ie bi-district championship Marl° w1kj '*'orks[ In spimging out sp.ts on doth- I>.n‘t regard nylon thread a
one of the largest meat |
. rugs, etc. I use distilled wat-l a solution for all types of mend
parking companies in the roun-1
try has sent me sente tips. *’r This way find -..... is no mg.
on th iwtna frozen lurkeys. I'm m.m :al dcj«>s;t and it dr;. . and I taigan to notice that lots an.
’sure you grits' will' find them a duns v. .ft ai: i irigs' or rJst Fjits of ironed articles were com
terrific help during the holiday Stajns." (;I(.,i:! (ing unsewn. Sometimes there'*
the pnibieiiis «>f ' hseend> which, strict the flow of objectionable | The Hev. John Jacobs, pas-
will answer rvaoiv-* the ques- material with constitutional V_r ^t. Marks Lutheran
She said :
"Our research specialists have
I.FTTFR OF LAI t.HTI H
controversy mid anti: • ,/od ap
c' ' ' double that f'ir; j-ointnient of an iSrmembe:
In t.v.S ca.-i . th'.1 answer u
*.n ' Bu* sene Americans i>.
say "yes" and their answers i
ar«- sup,Sitting a shadowy mill-.
timTIkin-doHar market for the.
peodiers of this and other type*
F >r an annual rake estimated
at anywhere from $2 million v
$7 billion thes« peddlers sell
mrv.es. siides, tucks. maga-
zines, various devices, and even
record! to satisfy the grossest
They'll also pr- vide for a
price, and in some cases on cre-
dit, guides to him isexual hang-
outs, list* of adults whose pr. -
ferences in sex run from wife-
swapping to whippings, fn m
unadorned pictures of men to
nostrums guaranteed "to make
the person of your choice real-
ly love you."
What to do about them, if
anything, has troubled and out-
raged thousand! of citizens who
do not share Supreme Court
views and find the material of-1
wa* • commission which it- sensor*
'hope will help el.irifi the issue.
The eom.mis.sinp., wh se mem-
ber* ere to be apjioinfed h’\
Pr' .siiun: Ji uiison - in the C''fil-
ing wet-KS. will have fit iea'si
until Jan ?.!. I*. TO to do a me--
s.ve j Ji . f <rt:n_• oil' the con-
flicts,- between laws and ethics
and a s . < *y hen! on change.
"T7if!’i-'li be r." witrh-huntinc;
or Nxik-hurning in the t f.fort.
. tions and contusion over how it guarantees
can lie controlled, if indeed it free pi ess.
can he." Analyzing Supreme Court
Jii.-t what the investigation rulings with an eye to possible
will entail cannot be known development of a common
precisely until the. commission standard that could be used to
members 'are appointed and it : judge what is or is not obscene,
s formed int a working unit It'! —Determining with more pro-
's expo -ted to have an annual.-eision the nature end extent -of.
budgi ! of about $2.aO,UIO; the business enterprise that
!’iie law that bniugiii it into bring:, the obscent and offensive,
iv'in.g or: pap r does envision , to market through the mails, j
research stud es by the com mis- and in drugstores and magazine j
sion and others towards: shops.
free speech and > Church, delivered a topic on *e- two new methods to recommend Dear Heloise
' _ . _ - : • . » , ^ I ' # .. _ 11. . ll_____lid... -/ t«... If Mi' T in. ll
gregation and the Christian at-
Dallas Theaters Do
Own Job of Policing
for the thawing of frozen tur- How I wished for you find
titude toward it as a Tuesday keys <1> Thaw turkey in hag in all of your coffee drinking
night meeting of Si. Mark's Bn> refrigerator for two to three friends this morning a- I wash-
therhood . . . Plans for the days. Or . (21 Thaw at room til nn w.«idwork arid walls. A
Gobbler Booster Club cake sale temperature for s x to n ne skillet had caught fire w hile I
to be held on Nov 27. have been hour! and finish thawing in wqjs talking to a friend on the
completed according to nn an- the refrigerator for ntxni! 1? pi, me'
nouncement' by Rudolph Evers,: hours However my spirit* were riot
"Previous methods have been dampened I jus! j":' a cIkco-
to thaw entirely at room tern- ; ,te cake in the oven, t ime . on
perature .. or leave in original a fesonte recoid’. and was con-
wrapper with cold water run- soted with the fe ’ that the ex-'
ning over it 'til thawed erctse in scrubbing 'hme wills
"The reasons for revision of would offset all the calorics in
these methods are: Thawing at ;)u» cagf>
room temiwrature for two to \;rs
three days was an unsafe meth-
od causing concern over barter-
DAIXAS tl’PD - Theatres in; torney -Edwin Totxdowsky. has
Dallas are tl mg most of th ‘ir | filed suit over the city move
own policing to keep the bed-: review board's classification of
room epic from 'he eyes of the ' the film ‘ Viva Maria" as
youngsters, the cna.rman of the , Suitable."
BEBMANN 8()\S LODGE
Meets every 1st Tues. of the
For Membership See
President—Bennie B. Prause
city's movie review board said The issue-whet her a city can
Saturday | have such a board--and- whether
Lut at the same time, movie it is illegal eenspLihip — will g
tensive, if not “TTiev ! 1,1 thf' c‘l*v 'laVP ** the ix-f ,re the V. S. Supreme Court
would have its purveyor, cla^ »n briefs to be pre- next month Dr oral arguments
ped in jail " ; Rented before tee 1 . S. Supreme 1 h»- Texas Civil Liberties Un-
** • ‘. 'Court, attacking the existence i >n has filed a "friend of the
' of the board. court" motion to enter the ease.
Board chairman John Oilli- j saying freedom of expression
. land said his group has 'labeled will ' inevitably suffer” if the
: only fi *>r 7 jx-r cent of the mov- classification ordinance is up-
les it has screened ‘‘unsuitable hc'M- , ficatioia have no
for young persons," t«ut the The movie that sparked the yrocecjurv
theatre owners themselves had . dispute, "Viva Maria," con- __
recommended the "unsuitable" cerns a carnival troupe in South
label on 15-20 per cent more. America who became involved
Interstate Theatres spikes- ir. a banana republic revolution
man John Ward said "about one Gilliland said the board object-
fourth" of al! movies presented ed to the "sexual promiscuity” George
in Dallas are classified "unsuit-! in the movie, apparentlj refer-
able.” He said the Dallas board 1 ring to Brigitte Bardot's habit
is unique in Texas, and one of j >n the film of w riting a dtffer-
only a few in the United States ent man s name on the wall of
Board’s Formation Praised her sleeping quarters each
‘The trend has been toward morning
more permissiveness in pic- Commenting on the Supreme
tures," Ward said, "but the ere-1 Court suit, Dallas City attorney
l.ation last year of the Dallas Alex Bickley said, “I can’t see
board seems a step in the oppo- what they're complaining about
site direction." The code bans no movie It only
The Dallas Theatrp Owners requires certain movies be ad- Highway Week. Sept. 24-30.
Association, represented by at- _ .
November to. ItHt
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanders of
Corpus Chrlsti were here for a
~ short stay . . . Mr. and Mrs
Oscar Gauhi of the Clinton cum-
i munity moved to Gonzales to
I make their home . . . Mrs. Fred
Calloway. Mr*. Bob Bitterly, I kilogical development And
Mr*. Nor\an Dietze, Mrs. Frank' mom temperature-'differ* from
Thicme. Mrs. Alvin Seh .rlem- one part of the country to arovh-
mer and Mrs. Green were se- er The method of cold running
. lected as chapter mothers for water over turkey in its oriein-
the Cucro High School Future al wrapper is safe hu! wasteful,
veitised in certain ways and Homemakers of America chap- "Of the two new methids it
even this doesn't keep those un-1 ter .. Princess Elizabeth of En-, may pose a problem to the
der 16 front seeing unfit shi«w» gland married Philip Mountbat- housewife to have enough room
if they are accompanied by a ten in London . . Thomas A in her refrigerator fur a turkr\
parent. Abbess, 63, former Cuero re*i- - for two to three day* And ,*o
The board cannot ban the dent, died in Houston . . . John our research specialists remm-
showing of any picture, even Langston, district supervisor of mend thawing at room temper-
jxjrriography." the ERA was a Cuero business ature six to nine hours, fmirii-
Ward spoke strictly for his visitor. , ing the thawing process in the
Interstate chain, but fie said he .- -----------:—I refrigerator for about 12 hours "
believed most theatre owners in FABM StF.ETINIi NET
the city would rather abide by PECOS UP1 A hearing will Thanks, Mar e, for telling. u«
the Texas Movie Board's ciassi- be held Nov. 21 at the Reeves ’he in'est in how to prepare this
fication system, which labels County court hou«e '•■ .... great Ameruan standby. It -cer-
pictures "adults only,” "mature pink boll worm quarantine and tainly bWioover us to k-ep uj-
audience," or "general, audi- its effect on Ward, .Reeves and with the time* - right
ence." The state board's classi- Pecos, counties. Heloise
To hold my cafe curtain* I at k
when 1 wish to have t e win-
dow open. I use snaji clothes-
p ns painted t.".e color of the
curtains 'or the colored p’.as'ir
rings on the r<«|i .to ke p the
curtains out of the way
he a wiggly top thread left hu
| no sec nd thread
j Then 1 realized that It wa
not my inept sewing, but th*
fact that the nylon thread Jus
disintegrates and melts awaj
a cool iron'
Now I know "enuf” to use tht
nylon t.'uead on articles that wil
ivd to ironed with a hot iron
'Ti'iis thread is especially, .gone
for repairing knitted arjicies
■ sweaters, mittens, etc.' and foi
sew ing ttiose . large b'lttvns or
thiidren's bulkv jackets and
coats it seems to give, which
is' go**! for buttoning heavy win
Dry cleaning doesn't seem
harmful to the nylon thread, so
t s fine f ir ir,y husband's suits
and coats, too
N >w that I've learned fhat It
has *frawbacks ns well a* many
dvatitage*, 1 il know how to use
I yah I, Fox
j Copyright, I'lfif, King Feature*
FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS
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Its N. Esplanade CR 5.*623
Meets 2nd k
7 -30 p m.
.'ar 1' Korth. Quarter
Master, Charles Kilpatrick.
All Visiting Members
AIR MARSHAL DIFS
CASTLERCXJK, Northern Ire-
land DPI - Air Marshal Sir
Beamish, former trr
aide to King George VI, was
found dead .Monday at his home
He was 62. Beamish retired in
1958 after a career as a pilot,
instructor, commander in chief
and commandant of the Royal
Air Force School
fhrSwtrtkfti^Pp _0fti ftr Ai ^
IWW.atoj1 H r lisassd Gifts 4!
The Texas Highway Depart-
ment will celebrate 50 years of
public service during National
Cuero Lodge No. 409
A. F. k A. .VL meets
every second ano
fourth Ihursaay each
month at 7:30 p.m.
Visiting mothers are
11. E. Weatherly
Meets 2nd k
each month 8
Util Carpenter; Adjutant
Calvin (Pete* Webb.
ii bow located at
weather reports and
4 YOIIR HEALTH,
By LESTER L. COLEMAN,
Doctor; Fd Like To Know—
[ Thwly Tbs
y 6 7 *
11 14 16
JOHN STEINBECK IV, 21, son
of the novelist, leaves night
court in Washington en route
to a UJi. Army stockade
after being: arrested on
charges of ‘‘maintaining a
common nuisance" where
narcotics are illegally sold or
used. Police raiding his
Wellington apartment found
SO pounds of marijuana in
two euitcases. He is a CL
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BOHNE'S_142 E Main * CR 5-3612
PLEASE tell me ail you can
abouL the cause and treatment
of Parkinsons disease* My
husband was recently told that
he had this condition. It seems
that from the moment he was
told about it, he fell apart. He
cant work; he just sits and
,f.f Mrs M L. M„
Dear Mrs. M :
we do not knoyv
can fill many
book*. We, In
Dr. Coleman the practice of
how to recognize it because the
clinical picture is ao distinctive.
Unfortunately, we do not know
enough about it* cause and it*
cure to be helpful in all cane*
Parkinson's disease la also
known as shaking pol&y, or
paralysis agitans. In some
cases, this condition may be
the result of an inflammation or
Infection of the brain. It can
also be due to drugs, carbon
monoxide poisoning and, occa-
sionally, to injury.
The form that occurs In late
middle age or in the elderly is
almost always unexplained,
j I mentioned that a doctor
can rather readily make the
| diagnosis by th* appearance of
j the patient. Th* facial express
eon becomes fixed and does not
| respond to laughter,
j The muscles becomes amooth;
the gait in advanced cases be-
comes slow, hesitant and shuf-
fling. Speech becomes impaired.
One of the characteristic mo-
tions is described as a pili-roll-
Jng tremor of the hand*. This
description comes from the w ay
that druggists made pills be-
tween their thumbs and the
two adjacent fingers.
The treatment for Parkin-
sonism has never been particu-
larly effective. Drugs of all kinds
have been used to relieve the
; symptoms without really help-
ing the underlying condition.
There is now a very elaborate
and complex operation on the
brain which Is used in carefully
chosen cases to relieve the tre-
40 1M7. Jtiag F<
mor and the rigidity of th*
muscle*. Not all cases are can-
didates for this operation.
Before it is considered, the
doctor and the neurologist care-
fully survey the condition to
avoid the disappointing heart-
break of a failure.
Psychological support is of
great value to the people who
are afflicted with th;* calamit-
ous condition. I am always
amazed by the remarkable re-
serve and courage shown by
patients with Parkinsonism.
| Ofts (er ieys
Far Vtang Mea
JwMOf Miists ^
I would appreciate it If you
would send me a list of names
of plastic surgeons in Ohio and
Mra O. N., Ohio
Dear Mr*. N.:
Your request could not pos-
sibly be more difficult if you
had asked for the names of all
surgeons in every state of the
Union. Since there are hundreds
of well-trained plastic surgeons
th# list would compromise my
time and serve you no purpose.
Why then, do I answer this
letter when obviously it will
not satisfy you?
There Is a special art In find-
ing a consultant in any field
of medicine or surgery. It can-
not be done haphazardly by
"letting your finger* run
through the page* and do the
walking for you."
Your own physician must be
the clearing house for any
spec ialist you seek. He know*
your condition be*t. He also
knows the plastic surgeons in
your immediate vicinity who
will make th* greatest contri-
bution to you. If you still want
a list of specialists there I* a
directory in any medical library
that will name all of them.
T «ts fer MU
Wen* Ohs &
For Students ^
flfb fer Men «|j
Snap Up Sales
Where Christmas Shopping
Is A Snap In
THE CUERO RECORD
SPEARING OP YOUR
HEALTH — A birthmark I*
never due to "a* experience"
Dr. Coleman welcomes let ten
from readers, and, while he can-
not undertake to answer each
one, he will use questions 4n hie
column whenever possible and
when they are of general in-
terest. Address your letters to
Dr. Coleman in ears of this
It’s new! It’s easy t* locate!
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It la also yeur matt aeonaml-
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wsnt t* advertise nnder every
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Let ans af Santa’s "Gift Spot-
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may leave your copy at the
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The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 274, Ed. 1 Monday, November 20, 1967, newspaper, November 20, 1967; Cuero, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth696546/m1/2/: accessed October 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Cuero Public Library.