The Edna Herald (Edna, Tex.), Vol. 56, No. 37, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 7, 1962 Page: 5 of 12
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THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1962
THE EDNA (TEXAS) HERALD
Minnie Lane, a student
of Christian Service of t,hel .L.rrv InfUa
at Methodist Church recently at i-a**arry OI inu d
Huston - Tilletson College at Atlantic City, N. J. Over 9,000 Js International
Austin and a resident of Edna, persons from 50 states and o D • j »
attended the quadrennial as more than 20 countries attend-Kotary rresiclent
sembly of the Woman’s Society led.
Jackson Coun^r livestock
Operated by R. W. Blackwell and Son*
’ Sale Will Continue Every Friday
his term as president on July!
The convention brought t o
Los Angeles more than 20 000j
Rotarians and members o i
their families from more than
00 countries. They came f r o m
Asia, Africa, and Nor-
Many Stephen F. Austin Students Presented £ Awards, Certificates
Principal L. O. Jones reports! Douglas Goggans, Lonnie K uPatricia Hamman, Lanail Kne-|Patsy Rousseau, Randy Rud -
the following won "E” Awards] becka, Janet Parker,, A 1 be rt ] blick, Beverly McLennan, Jose-dick and Barbara Siecko.
and other certificates at t h e ! Tijerina, Marsha Unger, Janies j phine Mesa, Wayne Myers, Fifth Grade:
annual awards assembly Ma y Yendrey and Janie Zarate Bobby Parrett, Charlotte Put ] 10 Book Minimum:
31 at Stephen I*'. Austin Firm Certificates also were pre- nam, Glenda Skorrupa, Tommy] Gary Baening, Olivia Cabar-
entary School: *..........sented to the winners in the] Smith, Charlotte Srp, A 1 b e rt] rubia, Irene Chase, Beverly
“E” Award in Honor Roll; Edna Herald sponsored Spelling Steffek, Darlene Street man and j Cooper, David Cur lee, Darvin
First Grade: ‘ Bee, as follows: Sandra Unger, Dolgner, Refugia Figireva, Re-"
______I Mary Lynn Bailey, Frank Fourth grade, David Nordin . 20 Book Minimum: ;ginald Goodman, George Hes-
cmrk within whether il be in , UUj slnt'ere tnanKs 10 an our Grewe, Jean Hermes. W (' Sixth grade, Betty Lidiak: and Vicky Budd, Linda C u rle e.i song, Jerry Mareth, Katherim
spark wunin, wntuiti h ms in friends and family that s e nt|parrett. iwm.. ih,.-i.-., ............ - ...... 1
Laharry, uf Caleut- puropc
ta, India, incoming president of South, and Central Ameri-
Rotary International, woild ca> and ^ js)ands of the Pad-
wide service organization, chal-'fic.
longed Rotarians at the f i na 1 .--—o-—---
sessipn of Rotary's annual eon- card OF THANKS
vention here to “kindle t h e ‘ ......
OUr sincere thanks to all_our
, „„ „ „„ _ , , n - , Parrett, Donna Pechar, Ouida to. Ann Hafernick, winner first] Kathy Koop,
yourselves, youi homes, you, cards and flowers to dames Rhae'Porche and Melvin Siec-in the fifth grade, then Austin
Vocations, your communities, while he was in the hospital ]«>. school, .then the Edna, district
or hi terms of international K°d bless you is our prny-j Second Grade: and finally the champion of
goodwill and harmony." Mr <?r. Jeannie Dawn Allen, K ic ky Jackson County spellers v
I ahnrrv will be the first Asian Mr. & Mrs. Lloyd Woodruff ; Budd. Katherine Campbell. Ka- Readers Certificates
Lahf y , f 1,11, -.cut lames 505 North "A" ren Clark> Susan Conned. Slier- Presented by Texas . Educa -
to lead the 57-year-old global «**>« James- INonn rie Curlee, Sylvia Doss, Linda lion Agency Certifiato issued
Rotary organization. He begins St .. Duncan, Okla. 16-7-ltc • Dunham. David Gerald, George for a minimum of 10 books in
;Gregory, Janet Hermes, Robhi varied areas as approved by
(Jetton, Karen Knopp. Ode lia’the teacBet. Certificate with. a|
Lt. Pfister Is
Best in Class
Lieutenant Lewis M. Pfister
O’fS^Vi CKiNKk.Jr of the U. S. Air Force, has
Nordin, ] Nickel, Gloria Parrett, Rudolph
Small, Diann Utz, Charlotte
j Whitley, *. Catherine Wiegand
and Johnny Yarbrougn
20 Book Minimum:
Anthony Gerald, Pamela
Hadley, Ann Hafernick, Kelley
] Karhanek, David Kubeck.i a n d
j Sherrie Putnam.
10 Book Minimum:
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..... „ ________________ .... . W1 U1C v 0 , Darrell Berry, Robert Chase.
O’Gorman, Sharon Pakebuseh of 20 books in Varied fields a: hee’n named the "Distinguished Kicky Davis, Edward Dittrich
Michael Scruggs, Rosemary So approved by the teacher P r o-| Graduate” of his class at thel T’nilip DeLaGarza, Floyd Elli -
tuyo, Tommy Srp, Linda Walk- gram begins with Fourth advanced navigator - bom bur- son' James Fiew, Beatris Gar-
er, Karen White and Debra Graded i jjer school Mather Air Force I4*8* Sidney Hudgeons, Billy
Fourth Grade: - Base/Calif.’ ‘ • Huff, Donna Jerkins Brenda
M , .. 10 Book Minimum: The lieutenant whose -wife isi'!eLlonV A a.n **ones: dimmy Lee.
Brown, Diana atM *"»• G"r,s “T.- U %»' S™, °L“ IB«b bTS.mJ',» I
Hudgeons, Patricia Idom, Joan _ na\ eaTae(i tho highest flying , Norman Sawyers Everett
Rosemary" Mc^ennan^ K?T i Ganat3° CYO HAS i5L"of ^bfriS l§k,ar-. En>est Soluyo, Nita.Raye
Mesa, Alicia Pulido Sue A n Trip to Wimberly !>leted the eight-month course.
Ray and Steven Wilson L Pfister will be assignod
Fourth Grade: (Delayed) . next November as a E-52 navi
Vicky Budd, Guriy Chase, The Ganado CYO left May 26|gfj«r
Sowell, James Yendry, Shirley
| Yendrey and Janie Zarate,
i 2C Book Minimum:
bombardier in the 4039th . Ja™es Ba.iley' £yn'h,a £,u r"
. Wi„., ... n-iffi,, A. Mary Joyce Dotlery, Mary
L,„,la Curlee, Miehiel G 5 i i l?» the buS. after 5C“ «?» “!] “v °SwMjis»« E,uns. Hunald Cater. Mar-
I beaux. Patricia Hamman La-1 breakfast at
i nail Kneblick, Kathy Koop a two-day stay
David Nordin, Charlotte Put Ranch resort in
nam, Patsy Rousseau, Randy They went to Sunday Master
Ifiiddick, Barbara Siecko Toni- ;'l Saint Mary’s Mission Chur Walker .MB. N il
my Smith, Albert Steffek, Dar ch' After Mass as a guest
at the 7-Ace., be will undergo additmnal tram hvG.mss(;nJJ itid , IlVd er
Raneh resort in Wimberlev ing at Stead AFB, Nev., Math ! Kathy ftesong, Lmaa II y d er.,
Ranch resort in wimouiej. , and Cas„e AFB Calif and Betty Lidiak, Vicki Magmnal,
j Gilbert Manzanalez, Mary Me -
rsa, Gloria Miller, Janet Park
A graudate of Holy CroSsj
__ ' * ‘'1(1' Doris Rodriquez FI ovv o rd
lene Streetman and Sandra Un- Mr. Czichos’, owner of the 7-A | College. Worcester, Mass -. ir» Marian s»ii««a-« r.nrv
Fast • Fair • Friendly
Farmers Insurance Group
Ranch, Father Rakbroaker had]Pfister has been in the Air or *'. * A-ji Terrv -.nit
dinner with the CYO members, j Force since October 1960 ^when M.irs|la pnger ' '
Anthony Gerald Ann Haler’- They had a rnost enjoyable he entered under-graduate navi ] “'__■ 0_
nick, David Kubeeka. Sherrie weekend. There was horseback gator training at James Con
Putnam Diann Utz in.l Ch >- riding, swimming, boating an< nally AFB, Waco . 111 nwl weamei wnen iru nig
b ts- «Tr, „ ^
— Donnie Klekar, H/mnin; l.e*. .!>u-san.-. Mrs. i lister
ft t is- TTT
I \ J J.
, ■ Betty Lidiak, Bobby Moon, Jan- Koester, Larry Bures. Norman
rL et Parker, Marian Seligman SaPak, Elmer Kresta, John Ku
Howard small and Marsha Un- bena, Patricia Chytka, Lucille
I ger. Sternadel, Bill Peters, B o b b \
„„ - ,, Fischer, Paddy Toman, Lav -
’ First Cnuie-AU d verne Peters- Margaret Kaspari
Jimmy Huff and Randy Utz. af ’,aafvinCo^sBatsy Kortzy'
Wont Rradp *■ inski, Melvin Koester;
Ronald Reynolds J’atsy Novosad. Darlene 1..
ThirH1berda, Mary Sue Cotton. Ray
inhn k'-,ri n v, i l uiond Vajdos, F’rank Bures, Jo
Sue Ann Rav Tern' TVm ^n ci Ann Za^k- Jaae! V y v . a 1,
Carol Ann White Feer a n d Johnny Maxwell, Bobby Kor-
tarot Ann Whitt. czynski, Mary Spacek, Mildred
Fourth Grade: Scheel, Don Fisher, Jack F'is-
i Vicky Budd, Guriy Chase, eher, Bill Fischer, Shirley
I Lanail Kneblick. Kathy K o o p, Novosad, F’aye Fowler, Eugene
Beverly McLennan. David, oehl, Jeanette Chytka. Joe Za
: Nordin, Bobby Parrett, (' h a r- jjeek and Tony Peters
lotte Putnam, Barbara Siecko The sponsors were Mr and
;and Darlene Streetman . Mrs. Louis Klekar, Mr and
Fifth Grade: Mrs. Harold Fowler,* Mr am
Bobby Dunham, Reginald Mrs. Frank Peters and M r
Goodman, Focean Psencik, and and Mrs. A. A. Peters
Sherrie Putnam, Billy Ray The CYO members wish to
Streetman and Diann Utz thank F'ather Bilv, Feather Kil
Sixth Grade: j lian and sponsors for a wonder
Darrell Berry. Robert Chase,!ful time—(Reporter)
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Carl Wilkerson, ’Manager
BUTANE SYSTEMS INSTALLED -
Tappan Ranges and Mission Water Heater^
the m ®e
we oppose pea-pod legislation drafting our senior
citizens into a federally-controlled system of
But that’s what the proposed King-Anderson Bill would do. It forgets that some of the aged
are rich, most are self-sufficient, and some are poor . . . that most are healthy, some are not.
Cools like a
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There’s no question about it. Gas heats best in
. 04^+ * .
Gas cools best in | s* j summer. One compact central unit, installed
either inside ki MlfJ' or outside your home | % provides comfort in
all seasons. Saves big money, too,^-^^^ in operating and maintenance
costs. Enough to pay for itself over and over! ] ? If your family is
We physicians believe that those in the over 65 age group
who need financial help should get it, which is why we
supported — and continue to support — the Kerr-Mills
Law now on the books. We do not believe that 17,000,000
older Americans are identical in terms of medical need
and financial capability. That’s why we urge you to
oppose( the King Anderson Bill, and tell your congress-
man and senators so.
The : pea-pod ' measure now be-
fore Congress is a compulsory na-
tional health plan for one segment
of ihc population - the aged
covered hv Social Secur'ilv . Its
h.nker', (lainr the hill is necessary
becau e most of the aged art- in
poor, health, most aie verging on
nan. n.pt. t. and i ir pt • ■ ! h
ods for helping those who need
help are inadequate. But these
are the facts:
Surveys show that relatively few
of the aged are in poor health . . .
tTi.tt onlv I t per tent experience
anv- significant limitation of phys-
uai activity . t,?a* only S per cent
I :• ■ nu, •; linmi, .as ft a UVity
. . . that most arc in Rood health.
Surveys also show that those
over 65 are in better financial cir-
cumstances than other age groups
... that most, like the rest of us,
are neither destitute nor rich, but
somewhere in between. The King-
Anderson Bill,would create a com-
N pulsory government program cov-
ering millions financially able to
take care of themselves. The cost
of such, a scheme would be stag-
gering to the taxpayer. Its admini-
stration would require the creation
of an enormous bureaucracy.
• Voluntary health insurance and
prepayment plans now cover 132
million AmeCi anv mil ling
morif than sc per rnf of ti e aged
• The intensified efforts of indi-
vidual citizens at the community
icvcl contribute increasingly to the
solution of the overall problem.
• The new Kerr-Mills Law i$ be-
ing implemented rapidly. It pro-
vides for federal grants to the
individual states, enabling them to
provide health care to those who
We believe that voluntary health
insurance, private efforts, and the
Kerr-Mills I.aw — together —
assure the aged of first-class med-
Again, we urge you to write your
i ongressman and senators. Ask
them to vote aRjinn the proposed
King Anderson Bill and support
t1 - Kerr Mills' I-aw
'sweating out” the summer, remember... nothing cools
like a flame! Want proof? Call your architect
or see an air conditioning engineer at the gas company.
$ E It V I It 0 T H t
Wtarton, Jackson, Matagorda & Fort Bend Counties Medical Society
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