The Cuero Record (Cuero, Tex.), Vol. 76, No. 272, Ed. 1 Sunday, November 15, 1970 Page: 2 of 12
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Page 2 THE CUERO RECORD
Sun. Nov. 15, 1970
By R. D. KIZER, JR. | on me. The enthusiasm display-
This is tto first weekend of ed was, in my opinion, quite ex-
By United Press International
Ysleta Bel Air 20 Ysleta High
Odessa Permian 30 Odessa 0
Sherman 28 Denison 8
Greenville 43 Paris 0
Texarkana 7 Palestine 0
deer season and I' suppose all
the golfers are out deer hunting.
They are sure not playing golf.
I'm hoping nsy overseeding is
going to work this year. I over-
seeded without top dressing.
There are two Schools of thought' in action,
on this. Some say it works fine
traordinary. There is no doubt
in my mind, that these youngs-
ters could accomplish anything
they set their minds to. If some
of you older people (anyone
past 2D would like to see youth
I would suggest you
attend one j of
Beaumont High 18 Beaumont
S nth Park 7 I hald for th® green and end up
Brazoswood 36 Brazosport 0 ‘n d,e hole.
Port Lavaca Calhoun 13 La-! VVt' are finall>' doin« sr>lne
mar Consolidated 6 n,uc'h needed patching on those
Victoria 17 Victoria Stroman 8; bare sP°t8 around some of the
Kingsville 21 Alice 6 | R‘eens- We wouId certainly ap-
Corpus Christi Carroll 61 Bee-1 Pfcciate all cart drivers driv-
vjjje q ing around these areas. In time
Pharr - San Juan - Alamo 17
without it. and others say it nev- You might learn something. At
or works unless you topdress j present, there is a dance plan-
after overseeding. We should! »ed for Friday, Nov. 20th, un-
know in a tout two weeks which j less something unforeseen hap-
is correct. : [Jens. The dance will be open
You know, making a living is i for anyone between the ages of
a lot like playing golf. You drive j 14 to 20 inclusive. Admission
will be 51.00 per person. Fifty
cents of which may be used for
dues if you so desire. I know I
will back these young people ail
the way. I would like you to do
By Claire Howerton | them. . .although it really
THEY SAY THE miniskirt |sjslwuldn’t be news to them,
dead. . .but did you ever see j ® they think men are going to
such a lively corpse? whistle at them. . .or stop and
Seguin 50 New' Braunfels 0
Mexia 21 Athens 14
Coiumtos 16 Elmore 12
West Columbia 22 Eagle Lake
Cuero 28 Gonzales 0
Floresville 28 Pleasanton 3
Kerrville 25 Fredericksburg 13
Samuel Clemens 22 San An-
tonio East Central 14
Aransas Pass 29 West Oso 14
Bishop 35 Taft 0
Sinton 7 Tuloso Midway 6
Gregory Portland 28 Robstown
Smithville 7 Luling 6
In the big cities, and even in
the small, minis still flourish.
It could be, I guess, that a lot
of the girls had a good supply
of the shorties on hand, and
woman-like, decided they will
not be stampeded into giving up
a cherished style overnight.
More power to them in this
One good thing has come
from this determined stance. . .
the midi dress seems to be suf-
fering. It can suffer and die, for
all of me.
look twice as they pass them. .
or even be stirred to steal a kiss
in the moonlight. . .while the
Browns, Bengals Rush
Into ‘Natural’ Rivalry
By VITO STELUNO
UPI Sports Writer
certainly didn’t take
damsel in question is wrapped! Cleveland Browns and the Cin-
in a long coat and britches, I’m cinnali Bf'nEa,'; vo,.V long to be-
afraid they are doomed to dis-! come natural rivals,
appointment ! When owner Art Modell shift-
Men require at least a smid- od bis team into the AI* C, he
gen of allure or feminine incen-
tive to incite them to any mean-
* • *
Browns got Phipps when they orn Division.
traded Paul Warfield to Miami
for the Dolphins' No. 1 draft
choice, which was Phipps. They
figured Phipps was insurance
against Nelson's had knees but
he's getting a starting assign-
vve will get them covered with
grass. Until such time please
keep all golf carts at least 30
to 60 feet from all grefens.
A meeting of the “Youth Soc-
ial Club’’ was held last Thurs-
day evening at the clubhouse
and tlie young people in atten-
dance made quite an impression
Piay Golf, the Game of a Life-
time. Sour Noodles and Mary
Giddings 33 Yoakum 12
Hallettsvillo 13 Weimar 7
Bloomington 14 Goliad 8
Kenedy 34 Karnes City 10
Refugio 1 Yorktown 0 Forfeit
George West 20 bigleside 0
Woodsboro 38 Mathis 14
Schulenburg 51 Flatonio 0
Three Rivers 8 Poth 8 (Tie)
SHELLED PECANS .... LB. ..
3 LB. & 5 LB. BOXES
NICE PAPER SHELL PECANS
55c TO 75c LB.
CUSTOM CRACWNG .. 5c LB.
CRACKING YOUR PECANS .. 10c LB.
CUERO PECAN HOUSE
FIRST BUILDING WEST SIDE PAST RAILROAD
GOING SOUTH ON ESPLANADE
JONES BLAIR NO. ISM INSIDE LATEX
WALL PAINT 19 COLORS......3.95 GAL.
JONES BLAIR NO. 117# PROLENE LATEX
OUTSIDE HOUSE PAINT ......4.95 GAL.
NEW SHIPMENT - NEW COLOR*
WALL PANELING 4x8.............2.99
I * 4 A I * 6 - ROUGH PEN LUMBER
FARM GATES . 10 ft. - as low as .... 16.95
Nathan Post Lumbar Co.
MM tt. ESPLANADE
Despite rolling up 51 points
in the first half of Friday night’s
game with the Yorktown Wild-
cats, the Refugio Bobcats won
the battle 1-0.
At halftime the referee call-
ed a meeting of officials of the
two schools and informed them
he was calling the game and a-
warding the vi.tory, on a for-
feit, to Refugio.
A total of 135 yards tn penal-
ties was assessed during the
first half, 90 yards against the
host Wildcats and 45 yards a-
gainst the visiting Bobcats.
Tlie win gives |;he Bobcats a
perfect 10-0 record, the District
29-AA title, and the right to
meet George West Friday for
the bi-district crown.
At Giddings Friday night, the
Yoakum Balldogs were defeat-
ed 33-12 to give the i^st Buffa-
los the District 25-AA crown.
Giddings will meet District 26-
AA champion Boling in bi-dis-
HOWEVER, I AM worried a-
bout the newest fad amongst the
fairer sex. I speak of the pant-
Now' that, I do presume, is
the most unfeminine apparel the
women have dared to adopt
since the hobble skirt.
There has always been a
question: Who do the women-
folks dress for? To please men
or to please other women?
HERE I GO getting all upset
about something that truthfully
isn’t any of my concern.
Particularly when I know that
■women are going to go right on
wearing whatever they want
to wear, despite me.
So I’ll try to retain my equi-
WELL, I HAVE news for
Cuero Public School
WESTPORT, Conn. UPI — A
record total of 462 drivers is
entered in the American Road
Race of Champions to be held
at Road Atlanta in Gainesville,
Ga. Nov. 25-29. d
The event will determine the
Sports Car dull of America’s
national champions in 22
Monday Nov. 16,
Sliced Pineapple on Lettuce
Leaf W/Salad Dressing
Tuesday Nov. 17
Peas & Carrets
Cake WVStrawberry Icing
Hot Buttered Frenchbread
Wednesday Nov. IS
Fried Fish or Barbecued
Green Beans W/Tomatoes
Thursday Nov. 19
Fried Chicken & Gravy-
Friday Nov. 20
Pork & Beans
ment sooner than he expected,
insisted that the Browns be in j In tile other games, Detroit is
the same division with the Ben-1 at Minnesota, Oakland is at
gals and the Pittsburgh Steelers.1 Denver, Washington is at the time in three weeks. The Vik-
That was a maneuver that j New York Giants, San Fran- ings hold a two-game lead over
Baltimore, which has a three-
game lead in the AFC East, is
a heavy iavorite over Buffalo
this week and is about the only
team which is assured of one of
the eight playoff spots.
But Minnesota can just about
wrap up a spot this week when
it meets Detroit for the second
has saved the Browns’ whole
season. It means that the
Browns are in a division where
they are able to be tied for
first place with only a 4-4 rec-
ord and tiie Bengals-Browns
rivalry has quickly become one
of the keenest in football.
Cincinnati only has a 2-6 rec-
ord this year and isn’t in the j
I THINK IT IS my duty, ‘race bu‘ the Bengals could j,
though, to warn our friends the ma^e their season by upsetting \
ladies. the Browns. Cleveland, which isI
Some of you just shouldn’t j n(,w tied with Pittsburgh-which |
cisco is at Houston, the New! the Lions in the NFC Central
York Jets are at Los Angeles, and a victory in this game
San Diego is at Boston, Buffalo: would give them a three-game
is at Baltimore, Chicago is at! lead over the Lions.
Green Bay, New Orleans is at j Detroit was shocked last week
Miami and Atlanta is at Phil-, by Tom Dempsey s record 63-
adelphla. ] yard field goal as the ghi scan-
St. Louis is at Dallas in the ded and is now in a position ol
Monday TV game in a battle j havng to win this one to a'.ay
for first place in the NFC East- j in thJ race.
HOGGING SPOTLIGHT - By Alan Mover
I’ll even go so far as to admit
that on some chicks, pantsuits
are kinda cute. On others they
are downright attractive. That
is, if you like pantsuits on wo-
But for the big majority. . . .
you all just shouldn’t.
And I know you will appre-
ciate my coming forward this
1 way and warning you.
* • •
! J REALIZE IT IS later than 1
think. . .but anyhow I’m going
to cry one last hopeful cry:
Long live the mini!
meets Kansas City—for first
place, need a victory after be-
ing beaten by George Blanda’s
heroics last week.
Cleveland has lost two
straight games and Coach Blan-
ton Collier is switching to rook-
ie Mike Phipps in place of Bill
Nelsen at quarterback. The
MILWAUKEE UPI - The
Milwaukee Brewers announced
Friday their No. 1 relief
pitcher, Ken Sanders, has
signed his 1971 contract for an
undisclosed but "substantial
increase’’ in salary.
Sanders, 29, became the
fourth Brewer to come to
terms for the 1971 season.
$118 FAMOUS PANTS
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI)
— An advertising salesman
purchased a pair of dark Ga-
ble’s khaki trousers on a high
bid of |115 Thursday.
Gordon Dishington, 28, em-
ployed by the Sacramento U-
raon, outbid hi* nearest compe-
titor by 55 in a garage sale to
raise money for the North High-
lands Seventh Day Adventist
“And don’t come home without it!”
Insurance, that is. When
you think what a 550,000
auto accident claim — or
I a 570,000 sports accident
j you might cause — can
do to your present and
I fature finances, you will
| realize that complete 11a-
| bility protection is A
’must’. We have the pro-
I per liability insurance for
your risks, at Conrad -
I Tarkington Ins.
Jim Geared - Murray Tarklnflto*
KM Gonzales 275-5251 Caere
EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, Mo.
UPI — Franklin College of In-
diana Friday was named to
play here Nov. 28 in the post-
season Mineral Water Football
An opponent for Franklin will
be named later.
ONE TRACK ELECTRIC
COLUMBUS, Ohio (UPI) -
Franklin County Common Pleas
court thinks it may have a sex-
crazed computer on its hands.
The computer wag asked re-
cently to print out IDO names of
prospective jurors from voter-
registration lists. It came up
with 100 women.
"At no place in the computer
are male and female names
divided,” said Jury Commis-
sioner William Carpenter, "but
this week’s selection is just we- ,
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