The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 73, No. 205, Ed. 1 Thursday, August 31, 1967 Page: 3 of 6
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Business Reuieui and FORecasT
Most Texas Colleges
Expect Bigger Classes
under way, in a planning stage,
| or recently completed, to han-
j rile the increased numbers
By JOHN THOMPSON
United Free* International
^ "Fan American Co lege in Ed-
inburg, Tex., charges in-state
Students $100 a year for tuition,
buP'bad #peijt nearly $2:000 per J ^’an American
«tu<5^tt this year for needed new ] jnga 1*1ls -vear
buildtflgi,. the school's registrar
Nearly every college in the
state expected a larger student
»nrollment for the 1967-68 school
year, with increases varying
from as little «s one per cent
to as much as 13 percent.
A United Press International
surrey of Texas colleges show-
ed nearly every college had
either Canyon, Tex -
I health and physical education,
Fine arts, education and an ad-
dition to the library
Texas Tech at Lubbock is
half way through a dommitory
construction project, and in the
past year had put up 18 class-
room barracks to ease growing
West Texas State College in
ompleted a new
ly and is working on a class-
added, build1 Housing sliortagrs and wait-
for science, ■ mg lists for dormitory space
ONE PHONE CALL
will replace that worn root
vritb a brand new one.
SOI S. HILL
ELY QN YOUR FRIENDLY
One phone call away
in any emergency.
were cited at Southern Metho-
dist University in Dallas, Uni-j
versity of Texas at El Paso! . . , , . ,
, . . „. , „ ,, outside of shirt ruffs
and Angelo State Qrllege in San I
Mrs. Nelie Mai Smith, regis-
trar at Pan American, credited |
the school's low cost to students
and emphasis in Latin-American j
affairs programs as reasons for
As most of us wives have to
iron shirts, may I please let
other homemakers in on the
method I learned so well while
working in a laundry. It has
saved me hours of frustration!
After ironing the inside and
I iron the
placket side of the sleeves first.
| Then turn them over and iron
j the other side.
| Next comes the inside of the j
I front facings. The facing with
the buttons I do on a fold-
ed towel. The buttons will sink
p ... . down into the towel and it gives
_ . , _ . ... ... 1 , a smoother finish. Then I do
Ralph Schilling said the predict- .. .
. ' ,, . , , o-r, , . the Inside of the pockets and
ed enrollment of 3.8.aO is expect- . . L
. . , . , ... . j underneath side of the collar
ed to pearly triple within tenj .. , ..
1 ' ' Now, starting on the
FLOOD SALE—Bargain hunting women throng to the sidewalk sales in Fairbanks, Alaska,
as merchants attempt to clean up their inventories of flood-damaged good*. The mer-
chandise wa* moved out of the ahopa, where flood water* got *1* feet deep, lor airing.
Thtirs, A tig. 31, 1MT THE CPCTO RECORD R»g« 3
MIX FOR DECK
Here * how to get rid of th*
raw' W'ood look of a new deck
mix boiled linseed oil and fur
pontine, half and half, "paint"
it on the deck with brush, roller
or sponge mop. It gives deck
boards a rich look but won t
slow down the weathering prev
When building a garden
! bench, use 2x3s on edge with
pieces of lath as sparer Mocks
In 1966. there were tS 9 hlF
lion board feet of lumber p*o
dueed in 12 Western state*
Use only non-rusting nails Ur
An excellent. low’cost pain
| shade roof can be made of gar
j den latticework.
A ?x6-inrh cedar cap board
j gives a finished look to most
vertical board fence styles
The edges of a deck look
neatly tailored when trimmed
with a 2x4 turned on edge
A plain board fence ts on# of
the easiest to build, and one of
the rrv’St attractive
Timber growth In tha U 9.
exceeds timber cut by on#
CUERO’S FINEST . .
Gracious Dining . .
Excellent Cuisine . . .
Facilities For Partle* . .
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Franchised Dealers for
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Custom Designed Aluminum
VICTIM OR VILLAINESS?
gees Good Gain
Texas South most College In
j Brownsville predicted a 15 per
| cent increase in students bring-
| ing total enrollment to about
j 1,325. Registrar Henry Warren
said 95 per cent of the school's
students come from Cameron
An SMU spokesman said es-
timated enrollment on campus
this fall is 7.400 — up 5 per cent
from last year. A 9 per cent in-
crease was expected in the
freshman class from 1,238 to
SMU's student recruiters said
one reason students want to at-
tend the college is because of
SMU’s "University College.’’
"This college brings to hear
the talents of the whole faculty
to teach the undergraduates in
courses geared to their needs
in liberal arts." sjiokesman
Closed TV Circuit
Closed circuit television will
be used this year for the first
time at SMU. Four schools and
six industrial plants are con-
nected into a network which
will he used to teach 44 engin-
The smallest predicted in-
crease was at Abilene Christian
College. An estimated 3,100 stu-
dents — only 25 more than last
year — were expected at the
Another college that exacted
the enrollment to stay about
the same was Hardin Simmons
College in Abilene.
Content Aa I*
"We will never be a whole
lot larger than this." an offi-
cial said. "We don’t intend to
The University of Texas at El
Paso predicted an enrollment
of 8,900, up 800 from last year.
West Texas State 7,000, up
900; Lubbock Christian 800. up
35; Texas Tech 19,113. up 1,345
and Pan American 3,850, up 500
The main campus of the Uni-
versity of Texas, at Austin, ex-
pects enrollment to rise 763 to
28,108. The school is in a level-
ing-off period because of the
new junior colleges springing
up and because the post-war
babies are all abou* out of col-
lege by now. St. Edward's Uni-
versity in Austin expects enroll-
ment about the same as last
year — 850.
If you have
I PIT.GRIMM 9PITtNED
KINO JAMES BIBLE
(without the bonnet). Then 1
part of the shirt. I Iron the out- j
side of the collar from the pdnt |
to the renter. And picking up;
the shirt by the lower comers j
of the yoke, I iron this going]
over the. shoulder to the front. 1
1 lay the body of the shirt
flat on the ironing Liard in-
side facing up and the left side j
seam at the far edge of the
board - and iron the back on j
the inside, then lay the front
over ami iron it like firework % ,
I repeat tin* procedure with fh,g ^ f(„.
the side nearest me. J
The final touch is a once
over to the outside of the collar
again, and the shirt looks like
a magazine ad even if I
say so myself:
pictures on the ; put the dryer on the closet shelf
walls of a sick room, try chang- j iind lrt lt nin for jo minutes or
!ng their location occasionally | on cold NO HEAT whalao-
so the patient will get a differ-
A little change helps a lot.
For a quick and easy brush
off on your shoulders and bark,
use a long-handled bath brush.
Works (treat. Especially good
when there's no one around to
Mrs. I. Riley
| This is much easier than us-
ing the vacuum cleaner altarh-
j mont and can be moved effort-
! lessly from closet to closet
< Mrs Fay Hare
Margaret, we do thank you
many times for the "Inside”
dope on this tricky job And
happy ironing, gals'
LETTER OF LAUGHTER
j Dear Heloise :
( Like most children, my three-
>ear-old had trouble getting his
right shoe on his right foot.
1 put a speck of red nail po-
lish inside the right sho# and
on the toenail of his right foot.
Tt helps keep hint from look-
ing as if his feet were on the
wrong legs ...
Dear Heloise. ---
We use an old golf bag, which j Dear Heloise
my husband discarded, to store Since moths have
our garden tools in the utility
They're all in one spot and
we always know where they
are. Wefind it ideal because it
keeps them all from falling or
sliding around when we are
trying to select just one.
[ have found an easy way to
I partly fill a sock with moth
crystals and attach it with a
rubber band over the end of the
hose of my electric hair dryer
I’m gding to give you a
star for that hint1
Here's something else I learn-j
ed from a vacuum cleaner,
When storing off-season clo-
thing, place them in a garment
bag anil hang it on the rod in
j the r-loget. Then, with the sock
j of moth crystals tied over the
j end, slick part of the vncuum
I hose into the bag. Close the zip-
per nearly all the way, leaving
I only enough opening for the
hose to go through.
When the hose is put in the
"Mowing" end of the vacuum,
and It's turned on, the bag will
puff out like a balloon and col-
lect all the fume*. After a few
minutes, all I do ts gently re-
move the wand and hose and
finish closing the zipper.
Each garment may be don#
separately or a hill bag at a
Real neat and eaay
u-K M , . , NEW YORK <WT) - Th*
When we break glass that PilKrim!! tn brinf „
shatters and there are many COpy of the King James Version
small pieces, 1 take s wad of of the Bible on tward th# May-
Hot from the lint tray in my flower because they considered
dryer and use it to wipe up the ** * npwfangled translation, ac-
cording to the American Blbl#
tt not only gathers th" small However, by 1770 Flenjamln
pieces more thoroughly than j Franklin reported that" th#
rags or brooms, but can he dis- ^ Was not being read In the
! colonies because the King
gold j car-led
Mrs J. Palmer
[James version was out of date.
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