The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 199, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 24, 1967 Page: 3 of 6
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You, Your Child
Units , An? ?4. 19*7 THE ClfORO RECORD Page 8
Bert R. Taylor, an
engineer, and hi*
Application Date Set
High school armor hr>y* inter may be made until Non- It.
By DAVID NYDICK j lime together, but how much
DPI Education Specialist ! time ’ ,Po von have weekend*
Parent* and children have j'together? How about evenings' rated in applying for four-year j In Texas there will be a spe-
.many questions as they try to [ Consider Adult Needs ; Reserve Officers Training rial administraf on of the CEKB*-
solve the various problems of Do you and your hustand; <>rp* (ROTC* srholsrship* for SAT nn NftV 4- for v'bieh the
: growing up
nerd an opportunity to spend; school year 1968-69 must ap-
penalty rcjTslfaW n
Many times people look for | time together without the | pjy i^»f0re Jan. 15. 1901. accord : dra Ulne is 0< t 7 and the laf-
ajpp someone to give them simple; children? Remember you also: jnc to spokesmen at Head-1 Pr>,,lt,te for regii.tr*-
• - J packaged answers without real-! have a life to lead. ! quarters Fourth V. S Army, I,lr"’ ** Dot 21
inouttrial Wnjf tha, th^ re*| solutions; Don't ferl guilty about taking, Fort Ram Houston, San Anton- Because of the early closing
wife, Dr. (often rely upon their own good j a vacation without the children.; jo Tex. j dote ^rep-'-at - Jan 15 19691 for
Martha P. Taylor, a college lec-
turer, worked up a whole sys-
tem of language she uses In her
teaching of philosophy of civil
Dr. Taylor teaches at
The symbols are simple, but
Dr. Taylor makes them elo-
quent. She says each represent*
an idea and in combination
they can bring to mind complex
Judgment. Dealing with people; On Die other hand, if you have it is not necessary for appli-'Army ROTC scholarship appli-
is extremely complicated There good reasons to feel your family,■ rants to have participated in cations, interested voting men
are very few easy solutions to; doe* not have sufficient oppor-; the junior (or high school) RO ■ f*1,“ "rKe<l ,n schedule the CY,
such complex problems. j tunity to be together during the, TC program They may at I'Hfr,r t1’* flr'f da’*
, In arithmetic everyone ac year it is advisable to either tend any college or university; Counselor* at each high S'b^1'
St I cepts the answer to one plus j make time or use the vacation, offering the four-vear Army ""1 have information ntvnut
one as two. I suppose my 1 AgHln. there is no pat answer I ROTC Program if accepted 'vh*'re thcs» tests will be admin
mathematician friends will even when you are dealing wtih by that college istcred.
question this. In dealing with ‘ human beings. The answers Nationwide there will he Application kits and runer
children, the solution to the: depend upon judgments which 1800 four-year scholarship* this! information on the Army ROT(
problem of misbehavior may must vary deiiending upon the j year, ranging in value from $5 - j Scholarships Programs sra
have as many answers as there imrticular situation. When jou f>00 to 19 000 depending on the,: available by wr ting omm .nd-
thoiifhts. Some look like Stick i ar« children. The answer may | read this column or any other; tuition charged at the college j U' '
figures of a man. others like pven he different for the same column you are reading ideas, ! selected Kach scholarship in-’*1 ”• . aka.\ ’ " ' V.
Greek letters others are heart-! child at different times Consider them and then make eludes all tuition and fees hiok* , Houston, lex . > - n
shaped, some look like a bolt: Analyse Solution ! your own good common sense; military uniforms and a $S0 W111 >■.!"" ** ** *onn "* f
of lightning. Lei’s look Ht a particular; judgment based upon the facts monthly living allowance, for j are avaiia
The Taylor* call them "ico- quesDon and analyze turn- you, a* you know them. 'he per led of the scholarship.
FOE’S ARMOR PIERCER—Two Gla of tha U.S. 4th Infantry display tha enemy's new B-SO
rocket (left) and the old B-40 near Due Co, South Vietnam. The new B-50 la believed cap-
able of penetrating twice the thickness of armor, or 11 inchee.
Junior College Eases
Tug on Clan’s Budget
By WARREN DUFFEE
WA5 IINGTON (LTD —
mushrooming publicly - sup-
If I ported community junior col-
money is your biggest problem
toward a college education,
don’t overlook the home town
campus, especially if it’s a pub-
lic junior college. It may be
just the answer.
The overall annual expense
can be less than one-third that
of a “high cost” private college
or university away from home.
i With the cost of college
climbing steadily and no relief
predicted, the hard-pressed
family may find the live-at-
home junior college an ideal
money-saving starter in many
Savings on room and meal
casts alone will go along way
toward helping with the last
two years at a more explosive
collage, public or private.
Furthermore, most of the
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One phone call away
In any emergency.
leges offer a broad range of
basic academic subjects and
thus give the undecided scholar
a two-year chance to test his
likes and aptitudes.
And, of course, if the student
— or the college — discovers
that higher education is Just
not for him, it’s as good a
place as any to find out, with
far less money down the drain
than might be the case other-
The U.S. Office of Education
in the Health. Education and
Welfare (HEW) Department,
currently estimates the average
total expense of one year at a
“high cost” private college at
$3,200 compared with only $1,-
850 for a ’’low cost" private
These totals compare with an
estimated $1,800 annually for
"high cost” public colleges and
only $1,500 for 'low cost” pub-
lic institutions, whose students
are large commuters.
Most local Junior colleges fall
in the latter category, although
these overall HEW figures do
not separate two-year and four-
year colleges or men and wom-
The savings also are shown
by the comparative HEW totals
for tuition and fees, room and
board, which together make up
about two-thirds of the average
students total college expense.
The Office of Education esti-
mates that the total cost.' of
tuition, fees, room and board
for private two-year colleges
this year wilt be about two and
one-half times thdt for public
junior colleges — $1,609 com-
pared to $652.
And the gap will widen, if
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the government predictions
hold up. HEW estimates the
differential at about three-to-
one by the 1975-76 school year.
Its statisticians predict that by
that year cost of tuition, room
and board and other items will
have climbed to only $731 for
public junior colleges but up to
$2,141 for non-public two-year
In its latest nationwide esti-
mate of the average college
student's expenses, HEW di-
vides the $3,200 for “high cost”
private colleges Into $1,500 for
tuition and fees, $400 for room,
$500 for meals on campus, $150
for books and supplies, $250 for
transportation, and $400 for
personal and miscellaneous ex-
The last item can vary wide-
ly, however. There’s nothing to
guarantee that Sonny or Sis
won’t spend a lot more, aa
many a bill-paying Papa can
The $1,050 overall annual
figure for the “low cost" public
college includes $100 for tu-
ition and fees, nothing for
room, $200 for meals away
from home, $150 for books and
supplies, $200 for transporta-
tion and $400 for personal and
The current $1,850 estimate
for “low cost” private lnstltu-
itions, is based on $550 for tu-
itions, and other charges $200
for room, $400 for meals, $150
for books, etc., $150 for trans-
portation, and the same $400
for personal expenses.
For "high cost” public col-
leges the $1,800 overall estimate
includes $300 for tuition and
fees, $300 for room, $500 for
meals, $150 for transportation.
$150 for books, etc., and $400
for personal and miscellaneous.
logs.” a combination of the
Greek word “icon'' for image
and “logas for word or reason.
“They form a completely
universal language,’ Dr. Taylor
said. “People can communlcat-
using these symbols who would
never be able to do so other-
She aaid they are effective in
teaching because they can re- vacation before
duce a complete set of ideas
into brief line of symbols.
Dr. Taylor added a jocular
note for the final examination
of her class this year. She
baked a cake and then used ic-
ing to print the various symbols
on it. Each student got a piece
of cake and had to write an
essay paper on the symbols
and how they applied to the
concepts of philosophers studied
In the course.
After the examination, the
students bought coffee and ale
should consider the many pos- j --------------- The p«v is higher during sum-
sible implications for your own A - HOT W EUOMr mor camps. There were about
situation „ j 100 scholarships awarded in
Question. , "HST CHESTER, la T h e the Fourth Army area of
We have two children who.wonicn ”f Ihc Methodist church Texas. Arkansas. louUlana. Ok
have been at sleep awav r«inp J?" ,h,^r nrw n"n‘!’"’r- R*v.jl«homa and New Mexico last
all summer. Theyw.il return at!Gonlon Pack1ard- H W9rm w'cHye*r.
the end of August. My husband ICom*’ At ,he l'e<f>1,lon- lhf,v i Selection for the scholarship.*
has a one week vacation We i *crved rol‘* and coffee- bllt i* based on the results of the
By United Press International
Today is Thursday. Aug. 24,
the 236th day of 1967 with 129
Tha moon it between the full
stage and last quarter.
The morning star is Saturn.
The evening star is Mar*.
Born on this day in 1895 was
Roman Catholic Cardinal Rich-
On this day in history.
In 79 a.d., thousands of people
were killed and the cities of
Pompeii and Herculaneum were
buried following the eruption of
Mount Vesuvious in Italy.
In 1814, the British captured
Washington, burning the Capitol
and the White House.
In 1932, Amelia Earhart Put-
nam became the first woman to
make a transcontinental non-
In 1959, reports from Tibet
told of 80,000 persons killed in
a political revolt.
A thought for the day—British
The Perfect Jumper
can’t decide whether to take the I "l:oMrc” had bron ,na,,e *«» ! College Entrance Examination
the children i chil‘ b°vvdor. wllich had been Bonn! (Scholastic Aptitude Tests
come home^or”wait and take the! stor,‘(i in ,he cof,Pe cs" j »•*«* anemic re-
vacation as a family. I have ___™rd- Participation ‘n extrarur-
read that families should spend I ricular activities and personal
time together and if the AOSTA, Italy ITT A Bui- j interview ^
children need this we certainly| S-irian miner asked for political! Tlle first CEEIKSAT e* in g
would want them to have the asylum in Italy after border! date throughout the Hntion is
advantage of being with us.! guards caught him trying to slip ; sheduled for Dec. 7. I*’7- '(,r
Should we wait for the children? across the Italian-French bonder! w-hieh the last registration da e
Answer ' illegally, police said Monday, j without n penalty fee »* Oct m
A simple yes or no might help! Die man said he wots trying to 1-ate registration for t e es s
you decide but would he unfair, (reach West Germany where he! -— “ :
Only you and your husband cani'va* promised a job. I EVER READY
make the decision. There are
many factor* to consider and
when you look at all of them
perhaps the answer would be
Surely families should spend
poet Robert Southwell once said:
"When fortune smiles, I smile
to think how quickly she will
I .Ark of sufficient suds in
washing silk garments may
cause troublesome deposits
which settle on the surface and
in seams, hems, and other
thicknesses To proven- these
black specks, use emugh soap
or detergent suds to maintain
a thick, foamy topping
OFKTTT aFB, Neb. <UTT> —
An Air Force general officer 1*
in the skies over the midwest
24 hours a day.
The Strategic Air Command;
officer Is ready to assume cem-i
mand of the nation s air de-
fense and air retaliation'force* !
should the SAT underground
rommand post at Offutt be put;
out of action.
The U. S.
Is now located at
weather reports and
RODE TO FREEDOM
GORIZIA, Italy UPI - A
young Hungarian couple and
their 3-year-old son rode a \
motorcycle over the Yugoa lav!
border Into Italy Friday and!
sought politician asylum, police
YANK ODIOUS OPENS
MOSCOW UPI - An Ameri-
j can circus opened an extensive
| Soviet tour Friday night before
! a packed house in Moscow. The
(circus is appearing under aus-
pices of the Soviet-A meric a n
cultural exchange program.
Spot-clean pastel and white
leather belts with thick suds j
working quickly with a sponge;
or small brush. Nest*, rinse
wipe them with a clean, damp
cloth and then with a dry cloth.
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Is this any way to treat your recreation areas?
Keep your home beautiful—keep America beautiful
You and your family spend a lot of time in America’s parks, forests
and recreation areas. You live there-they’re part of your home
Why litter your home? Why litter your America? Litter is ugly and
unhealthy and dangerous. Cleaning it up costs millions in taxes
you help pay Every litter bit hurts ygu.
Litter doesn’t throw itself away; litter doesn’t just happen. People
cause it-and only people can prevent it, “People’!means you-
Keep America Beautiful,
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