The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 71, No. 284, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 1, 1965 Page: 1 of 16
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VOL. 71—NO. *2X1
CUEItO, TEXAS 77954, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1. 19B5
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,t a mootin' bpins •
- intl.p i. ie: noon
V-h. at t«o o'clock
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; 1.0 | • II • •: \Chukh.u r so'i’N -
, | • r , 1 irr. in time of war
,, ri-i"" ■ t,on overseas, and to
tlie .ii-ji e of m mv \ote: an'
tjje’a. - 1 ' it lets been in
ejection o -,ri- e 1W w h O n •
Ite-d independent -tl ''ur>s of
v Ie: a,. , if the Spa'l 'ii-Amct'/
can War •.’••t togi-'her arid form-
ed die or m;/alion.
The ii cuius Were n Don\*r.
Colambu--. d'li”. and Altoona.
P. an.ylvunluand a ted yinde-
p a VriRx to help Veterans m
11',■ r , i. milli ' ’ > m need. rl lie
three groups me.: red in J91.T to ;
f, m the nationa’ orgyrifefifion-
\a tod"ins of Foreign Wars of
the 1 nited State’s
\itt.iotitiH tiro V.F.W. is ae- .
t ,\e hi working f t the interest
. of ,11 ,\c tera'n.' on a national
si. dc it is bv: no, means a Ie- i
hjosphye ”.p "-suit'' oruam/a-
t ,n: p • ire- es e, dance 1<>
needy vetv.m< and their wad-i
me and orphans at the local
. level, and i’s nommunity ser-1
r-:(-e r-,", im is the strongest j
fea'iiie id (Molt local [>ost. !
Fesides aiding f uni. he.' of j
veterans arid needy veterans
themsc’vess. the or&ihl/aitdn de-
votes much tiime to furthoring.j
poet cation nf facilities,- dex flop- j
ing projei ' ; beneireia! I";
youths, .participation in worthy
fund-rai<i’. • projects, p.urtudpu-
•f ,.a in !v till and ' duty UTV .
piagn.s and programs, Tju'ough-1
out the rv 'ion V FAY posts!
!,ari.i,ipa:;' in imoi'c t!ian T.000
t-: pas of IcK’ai community" ser-!
Legion Moves Step Closer
To Purchasing Cuero Bowl
Texas Poll Tax Suit Could
Change Course of Politics
AUSTIN. Tex. CPI • The , Stephen ,J. I' d • >, k first as-.; counties, hut. $1.7,')
federal court trial seeking to j sist..nt . in the F.S J i t,, c I >,- ' courages Negroes
abolish the state pull tax began • partmi-nf's 'civil rights section, because of their
today. It could change t.h c : pressed 'he government - claim 1 income,
course of Texas polities. I that the tu\-$1.50 in seine
Plenty of Bargains Offered
At All-County Super Values
Cueroltea and residents <>/ Ih-Witt ( ountx will l>r ah! • to
line their stockings with bargains a'I’lentj a* (.Xjero's All < <unit\
Super Value Days start here.
Special bargains to ease the financial burden on area shop
per* will be offered Thursday through Saturday by !.'t merchants.
Participating in Super A’due Hays are The Smart Shop.
Soars Roebuck and Co., Bohne’s, Perry Brothers. Ben Franklin.
J. ll.’s Saddlery A Western Wear, Morganroth’s Texaco Station,
Bass Shoe Store, Berning A Wagner, The Fair Store. Keuss Drug
Store, L. I.. Buttery Ph(l., Marlon Fetters Cumber Co., Means' would
f,' :n Vo!ing ‘
VISITS CI'KROITKS — Mrs. Newton Crain,
center, of Cuero, chats will) Mr. and Mrs.
Newton ( riles of San Francisco, Calif The
Crains did a good deed for the (’rites’ daugh-
ter while on a train more than 20 tears ago
and when Mr. and Mrs. Crites happened to
bo x isiting this part of the country they de-
cided to stop by and get acquainted. Although
they have corresponded, this Is the first time
the two families have ever met. (Staff Photo).
Furniture Co.. Welter Motor Co., The Oiero Record, J. C. Pen- : libera!
ney C©„ Stimson Furniture Co., Koehlers Inc., Cuero Butane C.as j ihink it
Co., Kleeka Drug Company. Center Pharmacy and 'Cuero Federal
A committee of Legionnaires
talked turkey with the owners
of Cuero Bowl Inc. Tuesday
I night eonceining the proposed
j purchase of the property, build-
- Texas Atty. 'em; Wiggnner inR and equipment by Dinter
,Carr was ready to personally | Po,t N() 3 t0 serve as a pc,.
argue t!u- 'late s en-e. He eon-jman(?nt U,gionhome .pd a
j.-tends that strive the tux i-s i community' .-recreation center,
led irtip.at bally, the fad that •; he committee composed of
some groups have more tmu- Frril Moorc>, chairman. Utis
b!e than others ;n paving u is - c.iroeriter and David Newman.
n° ry;,'“n ° s,nk': !' ,1"'vn- met with Judge Willis W. K!1 -
keflerd Jttd-ges J.-hn IT Fon an,j Lee Carnes’of Gonzales
Brown of Houston, Homer ; an<| H. B. ••Hud” Holloway,
Dr" nherry of Aust.n and -'‘h!* j principal stockholders’ reeeiv-
,m >;<*.ars of San \r. no gave (,(j fjrm price offer on the
building and equipment and
am <vd * ° pinmnal to meet again i n the
t, -rimony by’ dep-)- j offices of the Cuero-F e-d e r at
j Saving's & Loan .to discuss the
problem pf financing.
Also present at Tues day
night's meeting were Walter
leg help do fu!n>e j i0l.3j commander.
in mutes for dvii-
si'k’s agreed t o
I'aeJ-t side !Hl
s ft ion rather
l’d:'. ,id? are L enora !1 >
agreed that aNrhliein ot the tax
hr ,n liig help do fuftiro I,
off :i o-seeker.s,
woo'd do po:e
re.distriol'.iig. to alter the
■\! ,nJ Jolin Hud;, uns. member of the
,nin executive committee, Elroy'
• t ale's
; Saving* * I»nn.
22 Years Latei^
Cueroites7 Good Deed to Girl
Results in Visit From Parents
'66 United Fund Moves
Another Notch Closer
; Ouer>, s 19*16 United Fund
■ moved two notches closer t o
! its quota of So members for the
1 S50 to J75 elub and .11.35 nearer
1 :ts ultimate goal of $10,400
By Nina Harwood' Mary IyjUise Fischer of Cuero. | Mr. and .Mrs. Crites, Helen’s ' Wednesday morning as 'two «-
A - Cu«;m couple’s chance ac- \ young lady by the name | parents who were living inf
quaintanre of a young w a r
World War Id
. Through'i'dt . its; existence- V j
F W eor.s-s’ent-v lias advocat-j
« rr’epaei ,ipe~, i i peace. Its ; quaintanre of a young war of Mis. John 'Heieni NeJsor \ Hawaii . a.f the time, had sent
......,’M |H,. futility of • bride during World War Id tioarded the train at Wichita j her to ;P,,ri hitid to enrol}' at the
,..■ j n,, n'ore w ars I euiniinated in their mooting her Falls. Tex where -he had gone rl'nwer'ity of Oregon in the
jf r f , - their child-! parents tor the first time Tues- ; to bid her soldier-husband good-! fall of 1941.
r -! nd !'"'vw e that- the why--to j day. j bye before be left for Officers' ; Tl.ie.ir -on. John, who w as 14,
r , ,,n: ‘ ; .rt-hiT wars js| Mr. and Mrs. Nmytort'Crikey; Training Sghpof in another: was enrolled in Punahou School
and an adequate j of San Francisco, Calif 1, form- J state. She was returning to her i in Honolulu. -
i erly of Hawaii, parents of the | home in Portland, Ore. to await j After the bombing of Pearl
•b ne mb, i -diip in the young lady, visited Mr. a n d I his. return. ,, . Harbor, Punahou was taken
V V>' includes former buck j Mrs. Newton Crain Tuesday. Being a very petite looking 1 over lyv the military and John
•iiu\ u;es and nerads, a 1 l.1 However, the hvo couples did !-rrii«s, she wa« in an awkward j was "out" of sciiool. The Cri-
rrembprs are on the same de- j not meet as strangers as the j position on the train which wa< teses managed to send him to
niocratic ]eyel in . the' organ,zn-1 Crites' daughter. Helen, has'
, i redne-s
tributors added gifts ■ of
and $75 to the fund.
The gifts came trom Gra-
ham Hamilton, Cuero s't o c k-
man and land owner, who tele-
phoned a pledge of S.V) to the ;
fund and Local No. 1658 Tex-!
: The federal tribunal last
.month urged Texans to pay
! their 1966 “poll taxes despite
[the suit, explaining "there is
no reasonable likelihood that a
final judgment can he obtained
: in ample time before next Jan.
Texas, Virginia. Alabama I
yiHO - and Mississippi are the only !
states with a poll tax.
DeWiff County Native,
Mrs. Goehring Dies
tile Workers Union of America
Peters, post adjutant and Jack
Howerton, member of the local
Chairman Moore of the spe-
cial committee said they had
received a sale offer from John
J Ellison, representing the Bowl
| owners which all present con-
| sklered reasonable and fair-but
that price would not be made
at the rpquest o f
.fudge Ellison until the loe a 1
: post executive committee, f i-
! nance committee and member-
| ship is given the opportunity to
(enact on the proposal.
Post Commander Walter
. Boeh! said he would likely call
i a membership meeting next
■ : sc.
"tion Former ranks ;ir<: forgot-1 kept them well informed on the
tan., lint a man fought for the j Crains since she first met
Cn-tc-t -•ales’ on foreign soil is
them in June, 1913,
loaded with soldiers. I the mainland early in 1942 to
When the Crains started to;enter the University of Oregon
the dining car. Helen timidly' to be near his sister,
asked if she might,; accompany ! It was to be sometime be-
i!;a nig v basis for 'membership.'
A rintionaL project., in w hich
fir VlFAV members take spe-
r a ;H-.de is the V.F.W Nation-
al H.,” he, for children of totally
d.-abled or I deceased' veterans)
located in F 'on TUipids Michi-
gan <>n a (> 10-acre site.
Ti-.e Heme delives its finan-
c 11 support principally from
the annual sale of Buddy Pop-
pies. sale of National Home
Oiristmas Seals and life mem-
b, r-h.ps in the Home corpora-
5 More Counties Arc
Eligible for Loans
MATIN <t’PI) - Sen. John
T-v.-i'.s off ;ce said Monday
farm - ;n Edwards. Kimble,
K nncy Tern " md Van Zandt
c ,unt - have become eligible
fu>- c.) :en, y federal loans,
.ade awn! iliie fiy the US. I)e-
To bring the story up. to date j them as their "daughter"
and for the enlightenment of; the Crains gladly took
those unfamiliar w ith the de-! under their wing,
tails it -is well to go back in; The acquaintanceschip
retrospect to June, 1913 j tinued until the Crains a nd
Mr. and Mrs. Crain in com- Helen parted at Denver. How-
pany with their son. Jim, were l ex er, the friendship has blos-
enroute by train to Denver, Co-1 soiried throughput the years
lo. to attend the wedding ’ of
and j fore the children and their
her 1 parents were to be reunited.
1 Mrs. Crites is the form e r
con-1 Margaret Mllroy and was bom
the Crains' son. Bill, to Miss | ed by both
Given for Blastoff
P a tment
< M‘ , i f I
,n those ,.
CAPE KENNEDY UP1
Weathermen gave Gemini 7
Astronauts Frank Borman and
James Ixtvel! a tentative gr»-
j ahead today for bl«st<>ff Satur-
of Agriculture be- .
,i farming weather j ‘ntn space.
,unties since 1962. ! The all-clear weather
New Health Insurance
Program Begins July 1
I e , , pur-nt of » health
; -uraju-c p 'gram gave new
• -g'aning • , s,,c a! Security for
• < ,ety ev> ne. M E. Owen,
. d -c ,'y District Mana-
ger m V ton a said today.
Health rtsurance pr*)tection
oeromes effective July 1. 1966
For that reason, older persons
; 1 i a dr*>p any priv ate
Im- i i :osui -n> e poliews bc-
!■ , July Some policies
A.a be lex.sad to Consider IW
ir» by tun
U.mosi everyone who n
cast came as the 37-year-old
space pilots were in the
doctor's office seeking to add a
medical OK. to tlie gnwving
list ,,f "go" rejwrts for the
on man s longest venture j Krucling 14-day orbital a'ney.
The five-hour ptixsi, .. . last
major checkup before launch,
got under xvay shortlx after 7
a m. E'T. No difficulties were
Gemini 6 s space chase
5 pilots Walter Schsrra and Th<>
j mas Stafford, also had medical
j aptiointrnen's today They got
! preliminary k.Jt^wer for their
Itr, 13 launch
A special team spaceflight
ing the cost o4 health care for meteorologists making their
most older persons | first report for the tw-in-la,inch
All workers over 65 who hax'e «port.ici’ar said weather was
not applied for their retirement j *xr>eeted to be "satisfactory"
insurance need to sign up to j Saturday at the launch site
receive the health protectl o n
Even those who are still work-
ing and cam too much to re-
ceive the cash retirement bene-
fits fbould take such action
PI.in* are being made to
»ign up recipienta of state old
age assistance, to tt.ey need not
cab on tfw aocial security office
v !■ -c ’ »■* w.i: be e.igible' at dxi* time AU other 65 year
U f.e tf- f.-.^rance which oidf »hould a;t»i> r.ght awax,
>s • u. - O.x.-if *■ t Ow.-n envihasijed
tl-» ’x« • , ■ H p Further'informatKei can h»*
ti,. ii . ' t ' '■ **1 c „ se- tired from the S«wi«| to in
i -• ■ »• • *w, fx Adm nistratien fl \ /.ey*
t*cs , pax V,rt*iri» Trxa*
and reared in Houston. She
com plot ed her studies at Smith
College in Northhampton. Mass
after which she decided to seek
xvith notes and, letters excharig-Ja teaching position, in Hawaii.
! She was accepted there on
j the faculty at Hilo High School
in the fall of 1930.
; Mr. Crites, a native of Bel-
lingham. Wash, had graduated
from the UnirixTsity of Wash-
ington where he studied chem-
ical engineering. Biter h e
xxxnt to Hawaii to become su-
perintendent of a sugar mi 11
about the same t.rne Mrs. Cri-
tes went to 'Hawaii.
Tlie txxo m< in TVr . 1920
while attending a Ovistm a s
celebration at the Vole a n o
House, a hotel near Mauna I/>a
Die following June 25. 1921 they
were married and tesjk up: re-
sidence at Peppekeo. Their
two children we horn there.
Their son John who is now
married, lives at Mocktnn, Ca-
lif. and has three children. He-
len and her husband frill live
in Portland They, too. have
Mr C. ;'es retired m 1966
and he and to* wife moved to I
They have traveled exten-
sively since their marriage and
are now enroute home from
When Pearl Harbor was
bombed. Mr and Mrs Crites
were living on the hig island of
Hawaii. Prior to that they lived
in Aiea, the site of a large
sugar refinery. Aiea. Mrs Cri-
tei said, looks down over Pear!
The day dawned brightly on
that never to be-fcrgvnen Dec
7, 1941 The Criteses had Just
amen and turned on the radio
when the news w%s broadcast
were t>>mb.n* Mono
HONOR ROM FOR I9M
Mrs. C. T. Traylor 500.
Wcbe- Motor Co. 100.
Duckett Motor Co. 100.
Cuero Foodcraft Store 100.
Buchel Natl. Bank 150.
J. D. Bramiettc, Jr. 100.
Bert K:rk Jr 12C.
HEB Grocery Co 100.
Coppedge Tire ServP-e 100.
Cuero Federal S A I, 150.
Texas Eastern 300.
Mary H. Carruthers 100.
Frank B. Sheppant 100.
Cuero Livestock (Tom. 150,
L. U Buttery 100.
Mrs. Ann Oisaek 100.
I> A Mrs. Harold High 100.
The Cuero Record 120.
Farmers State Bank 1301
Neilsen 7-Up Hot. Co 100.
Ix>ne Star Textiles 125.
Mr.-Mrs. Carter Thomas 100.
Stimson Furniture Co. 100.
Mr.-Mrs. Alfred Friar 200.
S. W. Bell Telephone Co 140.
;ye.Si ;-:r ot Si1 „„.... n
which delivered a check for $73 ; ty„ died uncxpCct.'llx a tv her " * ' n ., °f rf<iac‘1 a
to The Record office . Wednes-1 home on the C icro-San Anton,o i' ' i -/ i,C p'“fX>, -V
day morning. The lexti l e highway Tuesday aftrtnoon.
check ' was • signed by! She xwis barn at Davy
Richard R. Guerra, presid e n 1
and Hattie Hariamek, finane'ai
Hamilton is former mana-
ger and a long time associate
in tlie operation of the Cuero
Cotton Oil A Mfg. Co He is
now serving as an advisor to
the new owner Ramon Rav of
Wednesday's contrihutlo n s
| brought tlie total raised to the
'1966 campaign thus far to $6,1
8o5 or (Wily 63 4 percent of the
.January ,3. 1885, a daughter of
Ed and Annie Schultz' .K-xeger.
On DecemHcr 15,
Itkifi campaign goal. The
j wore niimliers 28 and 29
i the $50 to $75 group st .11
See IF I>rive. Page IS
as a home for the Legion post
but also as a community re-
creation and civic, confer.
.q,p He indicated the post would
... t,' i'1.' '|.operate . all facilities at tlie
was married to C.us R Goon- ,, „ , . ,,
r. „ ,r, Qiero Bowl m the event a
ring in Cuero. He died Dec. 21, . . , . .
? purchase deal is approx-ed.
Funeral services w'iH he con-1
.ducted Thursday at 2:30 'pirn,
hi Freund Chapel with Pastor
Joiin A. Jacobs of St Mark's
Luth.eran Church officiating. ,
Bur d will be in Hilbale. | Sheriff's officers took Valde-
M: s. Goehrine is survived mar Guer: a, convicted on two
bx one Sister. Mrs. August F. (charges' of felony theft, to the
penitentiary- in Huntsville
Guerra is Taken
with balmy temperaures, part-
ly rliHidy skies and a moderate
The laaouit aa4 rl*kieo«a
slay thou k4 br 1 will av(
ju>tlf) Ui* uteked Cxodua
j We are all held apeour.txb.r the Jap*
for <>»ir • wn aet.<*'., bef' -e God j lul’J
(T erefor*' we must w A ‘-on-.I 3fr 4 rite* was
Gtin> v - H, ;w*’ht o' dlaleh a'-rog with
ir,’tiimu rv-s 1 her ((amHn
Schaffner’s Vitrena Feeds 60.
Berning A- Wagner 60.
Capt. L. C. A Donnda
Boy sen 100.
Gulf Coast Wood Prod 100.
Quaker Oats Co. 110.
Jdg. A Mrs. H. P Groen 60.
The Fair Store 100.
Mrs. ErnA B. Koehler 75.
I^ske Motor Co 60.
Surface Burial Vault Co 60
Alamo Lumber Co 60.
Cuero Gin Feed Store 60.
Henry F. Sheppard 60.
Mr. - Mr*. R.U Fcrginoei 50.
A Friend 60
Dr. O. E. HaT 60
Coca-Cola Both f>> 110.
F A H Bit Company 60.
Rawhiderx Rider* Assn 60
School Dist Employe-. 947.
Iieske Payles* Stationa 60.
J T. Newman 60.
Ark-La Ga* Co. 125.
Meant Furniture Co 60.
William G. Nami 60
Miss Lila Brown 49.
Reuse Drug Store 90.
IT. John F. Wheeler 60.
Jim Conrad Agency 60.
Western Auto Also Store 60.
CMero Record Employee* X)0
Barfield Meat Oh 50
J C. Penney O*. ti.
Bobs Dnve la 60
Dtoher L dry A Chart 60
Graham Hamilton 60
local So 1659
Textile Uurkers Unan T5
TOTAL TO DATE 96
Jo place vou- name on toe
itanor Rat Call OR VJUV
•giYtK-j Regner of Cuero: tw-<> • niece’s.1 s’la!(i
in ! Mrs. llonfx Hum; un of Cviero-j Tuesday.
s.x i and Mr.-. James Gray of e.iri Guerra xx as escorted bx-
(Tiief Ix-paty Jesse Taylor and
' r>C‘U!y Wayne Mills of York-
Guerra w as sentenced fis’e
’ rears on each ronvietion, with
terms running concurrently.
This Is Last Month
For Poll Tax Discount
DeWItt County taxpayers ars
reminded hx Frank R. Thletne,
assessor-eollector, that this I*
the last innnth to secure n dis-
count on their taxes which Is
one percent during Deceint>er.
Taxes going unpaid by Feb-
ruary I become delinquent.
Those who have not secured
trry. Dr. Aliite served as a -js,,-. Security Unit of I poll taxes *re also reminded
surgeon In Wauls legion in the pie lexis State Guard will be I they must have them by Fch.
civil war. | present for the deri,. ation. 1st to he eligible to vote.
The program will open1_______________
with an invocation by Rev. Nor-'
man A. Sanders, pastor of the
first Baptist Church. Count y
White Historical Marker
Dedication Slated Sunday
Program for tlie dedication1 Judge George \\ Trowcll will
service Sunday Dec. 5 of the ' serve a-. Master of Ceremonies. ,
official Texas Historical Mark-; State Senator Culp Krueger’
er honoring l»r. W. W. White! will explain the State H.stoii-i
civil war surgeon was anix-un-' cal Survey Committee's pio-
ced today by Mrs. Lutiella K. rram and the live lier will, be
Schaffner, piesiilent of the! urnviliul bv W W Wlvle III
DeWitt County Historical Sur- ;reat grandson «>f tlie noted pur-
vey Committee. j neer IkAV'F (•'<> surgedn Ben<s-
i Tie ceremony is scheduled db-iion wul pronounced by
i for 2:30 pm. at Comrote at Rev. Walter C Gum. of the
i the entrance of Stevens ccme-! FuM Ptv>bytemn C!lurch. j
Light Rain Expected
To Spread Eastward
J. C. Mathis Home
The home of J C Mathis on
tbe*'Cueco-Chcaps de road was
totally destroxixl by fire Tues-
day about 3 30 pm as result
of a blaze front a iHitane heat
By United Preen International
light rain dampened West
Texas today and wa* expected
to *p,-ad eastward over t he
remainder of the state tonight
Temperatures were mod-
erating across Texas, ranging
from 27 degree* at Texarkana
to 66 at <Jurpua Ghristi Ama-
rillo, Dalhart, Longview L u f-
kia and Tyler each reported
reading* at 96 degrees
A five-day torecsst ssid tfist
temperature* will average $ to
IS degree* above normal in
north Texas and 2 to S !c--rv-e* j
above tkvrmal mi *outh T<-xa* j' tanks.
jTJght rain was foewnast for A *oj»!I aassint of ctotb.ng
mast rt (he state *u *axod from the fouirr-aim
dwelling, hut all ftimiture was
The Sahation Army is help-
ing this family, according to
er, Mrs Mathis told firemen. i Mrs. J W. Herring. social
The bi* ster truck from the. worker, who went out Tus-sday
local f.re 1. partmi-nt was dis-: night to see the family regard-
patched However, toe fire was ,r,g their needs
well under* ;>■ by tlie time fire- Mrs Herring said anyone
men arrived having usaule household items
The alarm was sen! in from s asked to tak< them to C ;>
W ater w o
; >y from tt.i I n
y 'n t tk ■
- 3 s' a. • f e
to take t'w.n, t > <s'iiliut a,,-) t,r
the t : - , I'p.uv. and 'Gy u J
he ked up
s.-mr in'-.. an«.‘ «'■« . rr -d
the house, ;f »■** t-p >rted.
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