The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 61, No. 231, Ed. 1 Friday, September 30, 1955 Page: 4 of 6
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< TOT CUMtO RECOUP, rrttoy, September M. 1M5
Qtyf (ttuern Sernrb
Established In ItM
Ctrii INmmn F.xe+p* lanrtef, ul taMi
By THE CICIO Pi aUSlUXG CO.. Im.
If* E. Mala, Oaera, Tmu
Entered in the Poet Office at Cuero. Texts, as second class matter
Under Act of Congress March 1 M9T.
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Official Organs of the City of Cuero and County of DcWitl.
TF.l F. PHONE » *JS1
MARION S. KAPEISKI, of Reading.
Pa., who has served almost 15
years of a life sentence for mur-
der at the Eastern State Peri-
tentiary in Pennsylvania, claims
to have designed a min ,Mure
projectile that can be used in an
atomic ear.ron. He has asked the
State Pardons Board to commute
h's life Sentence. The Board took
thp plea under advisement.
Same Old Roadblock
A calm and son-spoken US Secretary of State summed
’or the UN On'ra) Assembly, in his best professional
manner, the tensions presently bedeviling the world in
one a.ra af*?r another. He also reviewed swiftly the blood-
shed. the subversion of free nations and the contest be-
10 and 20 Years Ago
From Afford Files.
Sent. M. 1935
Leslie Nagel and Charti*
Grunder visited San Antonio .
•vee wcrla and the Communist world for domi- Mrs. J. W. Howerton and Miss1
•timed might that marked the UN’S first ten Margaret Petty had returned
years — and sold,
second decade msy
Mr. and Mrs !
. . there are welcome signs that the
A. C. Hesse and Ashton and Mrs.
in fact be more harmonious than was N- A Spfncf w,„ ,isiUnR jn
Boy s suits were
feel that charter revision, asjseliing at $6 49 at Koehler Dn
Goods Co. . "Smart Clark
Mi. Dull»s xtemed to
railed lor bv the founders after “a first decade of experi-
ence , might h*lp in this direction. He frowned on the i*jng featured at Koehlers
*b, ,, cf veto pov'er m blocking the admission Of "eligible” j Mr. and Mrs Gene Mauer and
son. Mrs. E. A Froelich. Leo
natrons but SAid that drastic chafer revisions were not Froelich. and Miss A;nes
neceiarilv required. WTnt u L;,an*e ,0
• the Fayette County Fair
The Secretary urged Oerman reunification and a EU- coton was selling at 10 cents
-nneaii security a-treement that would relieve the nervous per pound Priest* m Mexi-
refused the richt to hold
T e I I i
always could talk turkey.
n g M
X o 11
TWO Oregon Indians leceivt* lie always could talk turkey. ish parliament No wonder—
$1,175,000 for 757 acres, of tim- ! : ! o!d buildings can be mig-
berland. sold for them by the The government has notified'• , ,• ,
fndian. bureau Poor old. lHawa- “-ajet manufacturers to keep
born a century or so
nations Russia included, of fears of Oerman aggression.
HU.„ a. he said, thculd accept President Eisenhower s pro-
posal for sVapnins "military blueprints" and mutual aerial
Kept. S«. !9*S
C. ’ Pete Blanton of Marked
inspection The Pfds should also turn loose their satellites. Tree, Ark.. «„ visit.n? he:e
., He was stationed at Camp Swift
He aid the Red Chinese record "has been an evil one , Mrs H(,nr>. Bu.» ua_e fal!.
that tte checked the Reds’ military assault on Nationalist ed to Pulaski, Term. due to the
death of her brother Mr
l iana;, and reminded his hearers that the US has a "dls- and Mrs. Glenn Frazier wen? to
tiricUve relationship to these islands . . reinforced by a San Antonio to see a football
• _. . game Mrs. Ronnie Luster
mufua’ defenre ’’eaty with the Republic of China cover- an(J ^ of Houston were j
hie Taiwan (Formosa) and Penghu’. visiting here Mrs. w. A.j
. . . .. Beamon. Mrs. Robert Dedear, >
But his speech may be best remembered for the un- and Mr*. h. w. Hotz were in
( erstalrment, rot cf the UN’s first decade, but of the 38 San Antomo Thomas H.
years since :he Bolshevik Revolution. Mr. Dulles said. af,pr a ]*a%e gp^t
>s ,ndred difficult tc develop reellv cordial relations be- here Mrs. J Hunt of Seward.
. . . . Alaska visited briefly here with
taeen governmei.-c when one is seeking bv subversion to Mr ^ Mrs H w Hotz Shp
destr-.v the other” bad come to Texas td be at -h,
r (bedside of her father w-ho was
'— ~~ ill at Edinburg . Navy praised
local police for their cooperation
in Naval intelligence.
Nothing so beautifu! .;
golden red and o cn
on the tiwes Unfoiiun
don't stay there.
Wonder if tha’ re ’■ .'
government of geir
admirals <m11 rccene
too advertising free of false claims
or fare prosecution — news item.
That, suggests F. F. F , must
. , be giving 'em a slow bum
It must be annovmg to a
to have his
by a cough
Tj5r> A CALIFORNIA man had to
dig 'way down to recover one of
’hose disappearing garden Ikv-c-c
; .,P He got it back He now also has
,.intj a dandy base rent about five
uniform ttet " If,° h>' -•» f ’r' clf'pl’-
that really isn’t there.
I. : i ;
There may be as many as TO.
000 tiers in one hive
, Fun-lov ing Balinese
an election bCeniise it interfered IS
with one of their jolly holidays
That, as our British cousins
probably would say is a rum go
In South Carolina
p«js ;->ned harvested a sweet
a farmer has
Ik inches w ide and weighs
six and a half pounds. A vanj
Pogrom In Persia?
Good Wishes From Russia
MOSCOW, Sept. 27 -<UP'
Soviet Communist party chief
Nikita S. Khrushchev Monday
Freedom 0? :ehgion is everybody's business. We soon
find out that ary attempt to suppress religion is like a
di.scatt. It ~pr»adJ and no one is safe from its effects. One
Of tne most ser'rus epidemics Of this sickness has allowed President Eisenhower "a
1 D in Iren ri*h tKe persecution Of the Baha’i faith. speedy recovery.” The official
Bahad is a highly respected religion all over the world.
In • c US ’he-e fere thousands of believers all across the Eisenhower sent by Krushchev,
court’-?' and ’h» temple at Its national headquarters In
Wilmette. 111. is one of the most beautiful buildings In this
B> Jame* Farbrr
Q Why do you say Angio-Tex-
an-Mexicans "enjoyed" life under
Mexican rule" Got any proof"
A. Y’illain was Santa Anna,
r ieumented evidence is that he
’overthrew the government in
! Russ Premier Niaoiai Bulganin ^35^ Mexico's American colonists
a Glow reported ill. Mavbe he s just wore quite happy. An 1830 quote.
fel- "\Ve have nothing to fear, and
has Pn)1 ’ niore . . . deep gratitude
tow..ids . . . our adopted country
... donations of rich land . . .
Turkey, we read.-lias retained A coughing ghost, we read, elect all our ofticers . . civil
ex-Gov. Thomas E. Dewey of has been haunting the Christian- and military ... tax exempt".
New York as its legal rouncel. :tn»rg castle, home of the Swed- 1C HklS by Jamr* Farber)
A new co< ktail called
Warm won a bartender a-. $1,000 *i«'k of all the publicity h.s
prize. Must have given h:m a low- Red, Nikita Khiuschcv,
warm gtow! •'fen getting.
rm T*ve(ff«, 11*4 K r. -Af* r**'
r « t F^vfi *
"WHAT will you think of u*
Mr*. Fleming:” Carol exclaimed
after Paulas emotional exit. “I
can t imagine what's come? over
.s looking fom'Shoth-r employer story and 1 want to know about
to whom she can be as useful as h.m when he was a boy. And any-
she was to him 7” j how.” she added simply, "we have
Somethin* in the inftection of *° much in common,
his voice made I>ois look from! Lota saw Jar: Bnndle« **,
Shandy to CaroL There was an un- ugly, humorous mouth tw itch for,
roun’tv Baha’i members are among the moat upstanding
and tubstanMal members of their communities.
The Texas Farm Bureau is the
large*? general farm organization
"She seems rather nervous," Ixvis 1 Uercurrent of meaning that escaped a moment and felt her firm hend-
'Girls of that age are apt to her. I C'*SP when Carol had performed
be a bit unstable emotionally." She
longed to add, "YVhal that little
j "Anyone who can read," Shandy
the introductions Jane gave her a
the state. In 1954 there were self-dramatizmg exhibitionist needs j £thel the FaTthful Secretary. That *** not unfriendly.
blandly. U».,. M **
55.670 farm families in the or-
1„ Iran Mul ammedan Mullahs Incited lh» mob to rykatjom.
••iuie.it? agalft-'t Members of the Bahai faith with in-
Lumn.atory speethes over the government-owned radio
st ilk n As a -esult. the Baha’i temple In Teheran was
desfe' ip ted, it- dome destroyed the home of Its prophet
ioo.ed-' Atrocities were committed against women and
cni.t ren Homes were burned and crops leveled to the
(.r ,c\ 3 under
First Photo of
is to be turned over someone's kn*« . 0()gtlt to brin(C her uy number of
and paddled. i uffrrs."
Shwndv was pulling a pic<-j of;
bread apart, crumbling it in bis I Lo:« shifted un.a:a.ly
bng.rs. ar.d Ix>is recalied having, ^ u Vh * dTm^T. the
watch. ? him do that one.night ln , manner m which Shaqdy made the
suggestion, it sounded to her like
' ! something that had been rehearsed.
"What a wonderful idea' Id
v made an appeal to the United Nations at
the freedom of religion clause of the UN
I'vmtn Rights, wmen Iran had oigiied.
This is only the first step however. Bah is in the home-
of their prophet are forbidden to assemble for -wor-
« kj Over "on renters have, in effee*, been taken over by
tne government cf Iran.
Economic pressure has been placed on them The gov-
n ment seems to be taking ateps to have all Bahais dls-
mtaxed from their jobs if they will not renounce the Baha 1
f. ltii The government may not want them to get alaugh-
trtd but it doesn't seem to mind too much If there is gross
discrimination against them.
Tte oddity of Iran’s refusal to recognl«e Baha’i as a
religion is ?he fact that they are recognired as an inde-
pendent faith In n most every other country World opin-
juti must for-- t*u government of Iran to pa> more than
lip M-’iice ?o the Drinelples of the UN declaration, to grant
the Bahais ’heir leg cl freedom to worship In fact a» well
a • in name f nd to end such practices as closing their plac-
e- of worsh'o 8”d denying them their jobs.
«i.tt"s on his gunboat In Bueno* Aire- h . ,01
p obablv de'ioed It * a little difficult to mambo to the
i nd cf Latin iruMt. he has to faee 1
an Austrian farmhouse. Behind a
fiirniy door an armed man had
waited arid Ikes’ nerves were,
screaming. Shandy had continued .never have thought of that ' Car-
lo talk in an easy, casual way, rus oi a face clouded. 'But would any-
voice even. on!y h,s restless hands or.e -ise put up with her hus-
betraying h.s tension as he pulled band?"
at the bread and crumbled it. I Joe," Shandy asaured her, , . . _ .. ,
ad.pt at being taken care of. If I Jane brushed aside Carol 1 intro
"Iwiis Meming? Then we have a
mutual acquaintance. Migmmne Is
my agent, too, and I've heard her
mention you. Wonderful gal with
articlee, isn't she ?"
Queer, lajis thought, ah* had
never realized that the Jane Brind-
ie who wrote articles had any re-
lationship to Roger Bnndle. Prob-
ably because their work wa* so
utterly different, his warm and
j personal, hers brilliant and pun-
"is Sent blit impersonal.
To his mothers despair, Clyde
: He looked as
to go in pursuit^
..fO-.gh *-v» -i,V - .
of rauia but did not quite know
"Another citmtno" bun," Bess’*
Mid arum'!*';,, pushing the plate
toward him. "Eat them while
Clyde tr-d to *m-l» at her and
ahook Ivs head
"But t thought you bked ethhA
what it good
voice grew hard,
behave himself "
They had nearly ftruahad lunch-
ee«fi whan the doorbell rang Bes-
s'* got up and want to answer it.
Thera wa* ah axelamation, a mur-
mur of voices, footstep#, and Bea-
st# Stood in the doorway between
90* TNI 6rut #rme, a Pontiff
has permitted a photographer
to film his private life inside
the Vatican in Vatican City,
Italy Here Pope Piua XII en-
joy* sete of his rare moment* of
relaxation in an Jl-hour work-
ing day H# 1* holding «**# of
hia heiorad Nrd# a hulMtn<-o
CalAhbe DigeoL (Inte-wehoaal;
w* *•<»« «• XZSZZK
for him " Shandy * ; since nC was live.
"he'll learn to Shandy rracned for a chair but
j Carol ° fail'd to suggest that the
first Mr3 Bnndle sit down. In tha
pleasanteat way poaaible she was
making clear that th* older woman
was an intruder in her home, an
uninvited guest with no recognized
status whatever. Jane Brtndle, Ser-
ene and poised, seemed totally un-
aware of her ungraciousness.
"Put on s bit of weight, haven’t
you?" Bessie commented.
Jane laughed. "Still the same old
"You get no compliment* from
me. I say what I mean and I don't
dress It up.”
"It's outrageous for me to tearga
In like tills." Jane declared. How
i is Albert?"
j "He's just pining sway,” B. sal#
j told her; "Ever since Roger died,
j It's aa though part of him had
"Part of him did," Jane said
1 quietly. "When can I aae him ?”
Bessie always so forthright, was
•nibanssserl. "I'll:tell him you are
h-r* But h* w or, t s«* many pen- j
fTe B* ContvedJ
mon buns. You used to eat all you (the dthing room and the drawing
could hold ” j room. Behind her was s tall wom-
Caroi went on in her soft voice, an with graying hair and a plain,
"Joe Hattery haar. t done a stroke rhammng faee. Shandy got to hia
of work since Roger died, and feet, an odd expression on hia face.
Ethel goes stalking around like j “Carol,'' Bessie Kibbee said, un-
Lady Macbeth. Anyone w o u I d able to control her excitement. “I
think she war the widow Shandy” i guess you two ought to know each
she leaned forward, one ringed other This la Jane Brin die, Kog-
hand on hn arm. "Shandy, do it
for me, will you? T*U them to
leave—in a fi.ee way. of course ”
Shandy's face tightened. "Do you
think ti.at's wise. Carol? There'v
notning to be gamed by antagoniz-
ing the H alter ys." He added
1 uickly, "I think you are right, of
cjurs". to want to be nd of them.
But let's *ee whst we can figure
eut w ithou' srtuaily throwing them
off the pis'*#. Why don t I put an
a0 in the New York papers, sav-
er's first wife '
• • e
Carol looked with unoontealed
curiosity at her predecessor. “I am
so glad to see you." she said tran-
"Forgive ms for coming,” said
the lovely rose* which was the
dider woman s only beauty.
• You couldn't have come st a
better tim*. Because yon knew
Roger when he was yourg Carol
made the words sound light-years
1 A erust on
P By oneself
I poet. I
12. The song
I Eur. 1
13. Muse ot
14 Single unit
17. Exerts to
23. One step in
2*. A commune
2T Cuts Into
36 Hewing tool
37. A resin
SP Room on a
42 Coins *Gr.)
4. God of
7. Guido s
II. Mo3t painful
13 Single unit
IS Sacred bull
31. A small
old aura H3E
uiu aao aaa
35 Poison j
38. A pastry 1
40 Finnish ,
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for th* three L’s. X for the two O'*, etc. Single letters, spa*-,
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Each rtfy t « code let ers are different.
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AWAY — TENNYSON ~ ?
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BY MEL HflMCR
i-if ife to the
■JV’EW I’ORK- There comes a time when c-.
J.X advertising man cant drink four ItiaMim: ’or^
luncheon. His soul, his long-buncd sen. e of he
eternal fitness of things rebels ’*
This may seem unbelievable to son,e p ••• it.
its truth ts substantiated by the existence t 1 of
th* New Hampton General Store, Bazaar end. 01*'
ponum, situated sixty-eight miles from lore. ■ ie,
by Route 69, in New Hampton, N. J
The NHGSBAE Is a general store in 1! • tla
century tradition, complete with 1.. r.i-en! ed
apple cor*rs, cracker barrels, kerosene lamps ‘ n#
stone-ground buckwheat flour and when ycu ■ ilk^
into it, It is almost as if, like the young Eng' :li-
man in Btrktlry i’qi«irf, you are opening a • <>oM
and strolling across the threshold into vester. ly.j
The two men who nin it arc Elliot DethUI.rnyl
and^Kirby Culver, once a genuine pair of char. oal.
giav-suited sd men from Madison avenue, the kind " ho sit down, say.7
at Michael’s Pub in East 48th street and say airly, thoughtfully, "Now,!
you understand. I'm just thinking off the ton of my head with this
idea; let s tear it to little pieces over the week?- I ; -,d - if we >i*^
make it a moderatelv thunderous success "
. . . j
CULVER IS A VALE MAX. probably accounting f t * great deal,-
and Bethlahmy a Univaraity of Pennsylvania man Which one got lh*t
idea firat, nobody remembers, but it is true that » ulv*r* grandfather
onct ran a general ator* in Michigan and Bethiai.niy one# tpeiK
summer aa a grocery clerk, as a young n.sn It took them five yeern*
tb accumulate th* stock, the building and the furnishing* for thfit
NHGSBAE. and last July they opened it to the pub' c They have baen^
in aaventh heaven ainc.e. safe in the relaxing knowledge that if they*
f**l like it, they can have old-faehioned penny candy instead of thfi|
ainitttr martini. .
Th* Itor* is in th# old Union hotel, on New Hampton s one and onljpJ
street, and oparatad previously until 1894. when it shut Its doors. Ot^
its wall* fire poatars urging you to buy Pronefield's Cattle Powdar,
Honaat Ixmg Cut Tobacco and Schepps Tropical Cocoanut In stocl^
are antique playar-ptano rolls, pepper mills, cow bell*, firantte colteo
pots, flaw cutter* and twenty-six varieties of licorice If you hav«j
been looking desperately all your life for Liberty Streamers, thoaa
strips of paper speckled with colored cendy buttons, go to th«)
To b* accurate. Culver end Bethlahmy have become almost preciouAa
Their penny cendy—which cost* two cents these days—la passed ©v*aj
th* counter in striped bags 'Penny esndy bags ALWAYS werj
stt.ped." Culver said doggedly to a Brooklyn bag manufacturer witiq
whom he did business. "So el) right. % e'll stripe them, already yet,'*
said th* bag man, shaking Ins head. 'm
THE ODDEST ITEMS about the store may be that much
stock comes from this same amful New Yoik City in which <h«
proprietors wallowed hip-deep in gtr. and vermouth. "I don't
how any on* wanting to atari a general store could do tt without Neeffi
York.” a*y« the big. amiable Culver "F01 example, if I wanted to
find out who made carpet o«gs m Ne* iiawp*hn«. I would stilt in|
Nevr Hampton residents and friends of the intrepid pair have jome4l
in enthuaianically On* nativ*. an electrician, wired the atere in Ac-<
cordanct with 1890 etkhdarda— with the cable* exposed and msulete<*i
with authentic porcelain connection*. An admirer known to them only*
41 "Rad" drov* from Pennsylvania to present the partner* with eix’
oll-fuhion*d *trin$ dispenaer*. ribbed metal-ball atyle Culver moane*
on* day that th* ator* had no horoecollar—and maid* of a wtek, tern
ware volunteered. 1!
Th* art* is apilling over with histoo' and tradition: Wtahlngtoib
and hit troop* camped nearby along the Muaconetcong river, an#
close at hand te th* iron works where cannon balls were mede for th*
Revolutionary army. "George Washington never alept here,” Beth-
lahmy aaye, "but he did stay next door.”
Culver feel* that running th* store is virtually a continuation Of
•tvertisinf <"I’ll still be promoting, selling end advertising”) Aa#
ase mandatory marttnu. Ttiar* . t ■ ' '"ht on whathag
thie ll good or bad.
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