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24-Del Rio, (Texas) NEWS-HERALD, Wednesday, 15, 1902 AROUNd TOWN BY IMA JO FLEETWOOD VA VERDE said today. PROFESSIONAL Nurses Association will be addressed by EIGHTH GRADE Capt. Betty Ritchley at the Teacher Association will hold its Parentmeeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. first meeting of the scholastic The topic for the evening will be "CPR and the Public." Imporance of principal, Mike Fernandez, year tonight at 7 o'clock, the meeting Educating will be the held in the Dink The reminded parents. The meeting will be held in the cafeteria at Wardlaw Agricultural Complex.

Eighth Grade School. TEXAS TOPS 265 had a tie for the title of best loser; the tie was between Lina McDonald and Jean Bloodworth. The organization will meet Thursday in the Community Room of the Del Rio National Bank. Weigh-in will be held at 6 p.m. with the meeting at 7 p.m.

THE FIRST meeting of the season for the Depression Glass Club will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in the home of Louise Escue. She'll be the hostess for the meeting. CONSTITUTION WEEK has been set for Friday through next Thursday, marking the 159th anniversary of the drafting of the country's constitution. The Del Rio Branch of Daughters of the American Revolution suggest this is a good time to read the document to know the basic principles it sets forth; if we know what it provides we can enjoy our liberties, members MARY BARRERA of 712 W.

11th St. identified the mystery picture published Monday in the News-Herald but not until after 8 a.m. today. The picture showed a window in the Terk home on the Cienegas. The home was made from two stone structures overlooking Cienegas Lake; the historic old buildings were used for making cheese in the early days of the community.

Renovations were made by the owner to convert it into a home. Early callers Tuesday morning guessed it as a door in a building near Garden Parks as the old house at Las Vacas and Farley Lane, as a window in a home across from the TV Cable the door at an old restaurant on the Loop Road, a window at Humphreys-Doran Funeral home and the door at a home on Hudson Drive. Later Tuesday afternoon other guesses were made, all incorrect. Monday another mystery picture will be a published with $5 going to the winner. Fall class sign up continues at Firehouse There is room for more students in most of the adult and children's fall classes at The Firehouse, Del Rio Council for the Arts director Rock Kershaw said Tuesday, and registration still is open.

The 41 classes available cover a broad variety of subjects, ranging from art history to basic drawing, mosiacs to "knittin' pretty," gourmet French cooking to children's guitar. Tuition fees are minimal, from $10 to $32 depending upon the subject and materials. Kershaw said the class that filled up first was a beginner's course on stained class techniques taught by Don Brasgalla. Another popular offering is the Del Rio Community Chorus directed by W. Carl Wehn Monday evenings.

"We need more male voices -tenors, baritones, basses," Kershaw said. Louy Younts fund raiser set Saturday at museum The Val Verde County would be included in the enRebublican Executive Com- tertainment. mittee will host a "West Texas Bar-B-Que" for Louy E. Younts, Others on the host committee candidate for 68th District State are Republican vice chairman Representative, at 7:30 p.m. Don Funkhouser, Jeane Saturday at the Whitehead Funkhouser, Margaret Ann Memorial Museum.

Keyy, B.J. Jarrett, John and Tickets for the fund raiser are Nadine Engelking, Pablo Reyes, $5 and may be purchased at the Linda Ellis, party secretary door, according to GOP county Shirley Sanders, treasurer Fred chairman Arla Humphrey, who Sanders, Marianne Kerr and Lt. added that a "Chinese auction" Gen. Samuel Myers. Hearing set Oct.

12 The Del Rio City Council will International Airport Zoning hold a public hearing to discuss Commission Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. in the final report of the Del Rio the city council chambers. Del Rio News-Herald (USPS 151-700) A member newspaper of Harte-Hanks Communications, Inc. The Del Rio News-Herald is published daily, with afternoon editions Monday through Friday and morning editions on Saturday and Sunday.

The newspaper's address is Drawer Del Rio, Texas, 78840. Second class postage paid at Del Rio, Texas. Need a subscription? Call Home Delivery Out-of-Town One month $5.25 One month $7.00 Six months $31.50 Six months $42.00 One year $63.00 One year $84.00 mailed to Subscription the News-Herald, payments or are paid due in prior to at start the of delivery. News-Herald Payments office 17321 be person at Main, Del Rio, Texas. Miss your paper? If you miss your newspaper, call the News-Herald at 775-1551-before 7 p.m.

Monday through Friday and before 10:30 a.m. on Saturday and Sunday and we'll bring it to you. Need advertising? Retail 775-1551 Legala 774-4611 or 775-1551 Classified 774-4611 National 774-4611 or 775-1551 For advertising Information, call the advertisino, department from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Monday through Friday or 9 a.m.

Saturday. Have a news item? Call 775-1551 News stories Ext. 0 and 7 Obituaries Ext. Feature stories Ext. 12 Church News Ext.

11 Sports Ext. 8 Managing Editor Ext. 13 Society Ext. 11 Editor Ext. 14 Business News Ext, 0 Publisher Ext.

2 Requests for editorial coverage of events and happenings in the Del Rio ares should be channeled through the appropriate editorial department. Want to contact a manager? Publisher Fritz Wirt Ext. 2 Editor Mary Jane Bode Ext. 14 Advertising Director Oscar San Miguel 10 Production Director Terry Brown Ext. 4 Circulation Director Joe San Miguel Ext.

3 Business Manager Sharon Davis Ext. 5 Classified Ad Manager Delores Hale 774-4611 Managing Editor Doyle May Ext. 13 Associate Ima Jo Fleetwood 11 Sports Editor Carl Guys Ext. 8 A member of the Associated Press and Texas Daily Newspaper Association. Loeffler 'roast' Friday; SDX in San Angelo host Val Verde County residents will have an opportunity to see their congressman "roasted" at 6:30 p.m.

Friday in the San Angelo Convention Center when the Concho Valley chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, Society of Professional Journalists presents "A Roast of U.S. Rep. Tom Loeffler." The "roast" will include a buffet dinner, according to Philip Schoch, who said tickets for the event are available in Del Rio from SDX board member Mary Jane Bode, executive editor of the Del Rio News-Herald, 321 S. Main St. Tickets for the roast are $15 each.

Proceeds from the Loeffler tribute will go toward establishing a scholarship fund for students planning to work toward a journalism degree at Angelo State University, Schoch said. Loeffler is seeking a third term in the U.S. Congress, where he serves as deputy minority whip in the House. Loeffler also is a member of the powerful House Committee on Appropriations. A graduate of the University of Texas at Austin, who earned a jurisprudence doctorate from the U.T.

School of Law, the Kerr County rancher-attorney was well known on the Washington scene even before his election as congressman from the 21st District. Loeffler served as legislative counsel to U.S. Sen. John Tower, as assistant to Frank Zarb at the Federal Energy Administration and as Special Assistant to former President Gerald Ford. Among those scheduled to "roast" Rep.

Loeffler are Robert G. Marbut, president of Harte-Hanks Communications, Inc. and retired 21st District congressman O.C. Fisher of Junction. Schoch said names of other "roasters" will be announced in the near future, but the identity of the full panel will not be revealed until Friday.

Jury in Garland case continue deliberations Jury deliberations continue in state district court in the case of a 60-year-old retired oil field worker charged with aggravated assault, District Attorney Tom Lee said this morning. Carter Rex Garland, Del Rio resident for the past seven years, has been on trial since Monday. Charges against him stem from a Nov. 28, 1981 fight in the Kettle Restaurant, 2003 Ave. F.

Garland is the father-in-law of Jerry D. Cain, a Texas assistant attorney general. Cain and his wife, Dusty were convicted last February of disorderly conduct in connection with the same incident. Testimony in the trial ended Tuesday afternoon, Lee said. The jury began deliberating at 4 p.m.

Tuesday, and after an hour and a half quit and went home, the district attorney said. After having some of the testimony read back to them this morning, the jury began deliberations again. Prosecuting attorney Leonard Cox, assistant district attorney, called three Del Rio police officers, two agents of the U.S. Border Patrol and a former adult probation officer to testify in the trial. Lee said Cox called to the stand patrol Lt.

Tom Romanelli and patrolmen Arnaldo Ramos and Jose Robert Garcia of the Del Rio Police Department, Eugene Reyes and Stephen Rutkowsky of the Border Patrol and David Harmon, a former Val Verde County adult probation officer who now is with the state parole office. Lee said Martin Underwood, Garland's defense attorney, called only one witness, the defendant, to testify. The court heard testimony from "everyone there (at, the Kettle Restaurant) telling what happened in the fight," Lee said. Theft losses total $1,300 More than $1,300 in losses due to theft were reported to the Del Rio Police Department Tuesday. Gabriel Nieves, 311 Marshall Smith Drive, Tuesday reported the theft of a bicycle valued at $120 from outside his residence.

Nieves said the theft occurred about 9 p.m. Tuesday. Alvaro Lopez owner of Al's Body Shop, 208 E. Losoya Tuesday told police his business was broken in to sometime between midnight and 7 a.m. Tuesday.

Lopez said nothing was taken in the incident. Perry Sealy, of Fort Stockton, Monday reported the theft of $2,710 in surveying equipment stolen from his truck while it was parked at the Ramada Inn, 2101 Ave. F. Sealy said the theft occurred between 7 and 8 p.m. Sunday.

Daniel Hinderliter, 401 W. Eleventh Tuesday told police a cassette tape case containing several cassettes valued at $200 and $80 in gas were taken from Tommy Felton, 1000 W. Cortinas Tuesday reported the theft of a 12-gauge shotgun from his truck while it was parked at 105 Margarita St. Felton said the theft occurred about 7:30 p.m. Monday.

He estimated the value of the missing shotgun at $275. Janice Miller, 309 E. Garfield Tuesday reported the theft of a battery from her truck while it was parked at 607 Hackberry Lane. She estimated the value of the missing battery at $61. Frank Esquivel, E.

Pafford Sunday reported the theft of a tool box and a pistol from his garage. Esquivel said the theft occurred about 5:30 p.m. Sunday. He estimated the value of the missing items at $260. Taul, owner of Plaza Carving and Engraving in the Plaza del Sol Mall, Tuesday reported the theft of $650 1 in engraving equipment stolen from his business.

Taul told police the theft occurred between 9 p.m. Monday and 10 a.m. his truck over the past week. Tuesday, Hospital REpoRt VAL VERDE MEMORIAL DISCHARGED TUESDAY: HOSPITAL Eustaquia Lopez, Russ Smith, ADMITTED TUESDAY: Rita Reyes, Stillman Maria C.C. Caffey, Nicholas BarGloria Hernandez, Long, tholomew, Richard Mary Daniels, Elizabeth Rust, Manuel Molina, John Earnest Wilson, Sara Ruth L.

Soto, Maria Teresa Faz, Bejarano, Maria Sanchez Elfida Amezcua, Joseph Thomas Galindo, Linda Y. Chandler, and Simon Aguirre. Haley Latham and Rita Reyes. DEaTHS Felipe Terrazas Felipe Terrazas, 85-year-old at 7p.m. resident of Brackettville, died in Terrazas was born June 6, Val Verde Memorial Hospital in 1897, in Texas.

Del Rio Tuesday, Survivors include his wife, Rites are tentatively planned Petra Terrazas of Brackettville; Friday at p.m. in St. Mary four sons, Enrique Terrazas of Magdalene Catholic Church in San Antonio, Joe Terrazas of Brackettville with burial in the Madison, Ben Terrazas Catholic Cemetery there under and Jesus Terrazas of the direction of Don's Funeral Brackettville; two daughters, Chapels of Del Rio. Mrs. Herminia Hernandez and The body will be in state Maria Terrazas of Brackettville Thursday after 6 p.m.

in Chapel and 25 grandchildren and 24 A of Don's with the Rosary there great-grandchildren. Students to get half-day off Thursday for circus Students in grades pre-kindergarten through 6th grade will be dismissed from classes early Thursday, school officials said, so they may attend the Shrine Circus. All children in those grades have been given a free ticket. They will be served lunch before they go home. They will be dismissed and buses will run under the following schedule: Pre-K and 11:30 a.m.

Grades 1 through 6 12:30 p.m. Parents of students in these grades are advised to pick them up at school, pick-up points or be prepared to receive them at home, based on this dismissal time. Parents may then take the children to the 2:30 p.m. performance. "We want children to take advantage of this opportunity and wish to thank the Shriners for making it possible," said Martin Johnston, elementary school director.

News- Herald photo by Benigno Garcia SAD EYES This 6-month-old purebred female Dachshund can only ask a family to adopt her through her expressive eyes. She may be taken home for the price of her shots from Rathke's Veterinary Hospital, 404 Converse St. Prospective family members can call 774-2219 for more information. Cooler evenings in forecast Partly cloudy skies and South Texas issued by the warm temperatures today NWS Friday through Sunday and Thursday are forecast for is for widely scattered mainly Del Rio by the National afternoon and evening Weather Service. Highs for thundershowers Friday with both days are expected to be a chance for thunderstorms in the mid-90s with the 'low Saturday, turning a litte tonight in the low 70s.

cooler. Fair and mild conWinds will be out of the ditions are expected Sunday. southeast at 10 to 15 miles per Highs Friday will be in the hour, decreasing to 5 to 10 90s; highs Saturday and miles per hour tonight. Sunday will be mostly in the High temperature Tuesday 80s. Lows Friday and was 96.

The all-time high for Saturday will be in the 70s today, Sept. 15, is 102, set in and lows Sunday will range 1912. The all-time low for from the 60s in the north to date is 53, set in 1913. the 70s in the south. Rainfall since the first of The NWS extended forecast the year amounts to 8.60 in- for West Texas calls for ches, 3.32 inches helow the widely scattered late afnormal total of 11.92 inches.

ternoon and evening thunThe extended forecast for derstorms. Amistad Report Amistad elevation this acre feet today, a decrease of morning was 1113.66, a 2,039 acre feet. Water surface decrease of .04 from the was 62,268 acres, down 25 Tuesday reading. Depth of acres. Downstream flow was the water at Amistad Dam unchanged at 1,820 cubic feet was 213.66 feet, down .04.

per second. Water storage was 3,171,746 State Temperatures Wednesday Galveston Temperatures indicate previous day's Houston high and low as of 1 a.m. CDT. Longview Lubbock Abilene Marta High Low Lufkin Alice McAllen Amarillo Midland Austin Palacion Beaumont Brownsville San Angelo Childress 1.19 San Shreveport, Antonio La. College Christi Station Stephenville Corpus Dalhart Texarkana Dallas Waco Victoria Del Rio Wichita Falls El Paso Wink Fort Worth National Temperatures Wednesday Kans City .11 Temperatures indicate previous day's Knoxville high and overnight low to 7 a.m.

CDT today. Las Vegas Lo Pre Little Rock Albany Los Angeles Albuque Louisville .01 Amarillo Lubbock .15 Anchorage .51 cdy Memphis Asbeville Miami Milwaukee Austin Allantc Baltimore Cry New Mpls-St. Nashville Orleans sets Billings 41 New York Birminghm Norfolk Bismarck No. Platte Boise Boston Okla Omaha City Brownsvlle Orlando Buffalo Philadphia Burlington Pboenix Casper Pittsburg SC Ptland, Charlite NC Providence .41 Ptland. Ore Cheyenne .27 Raleigh Chicago Rapid Cily Cincinnati Reno 23 Cleveland .50 Richmond Cimbia SC Salt Late 8 Columbus 1.20 San Antonio Dal- Ft Wih San Diego 8 Dayton San Fran Denver Seattle Des Moines Shreveport Detroit Sioux Falls Duluth St Louls Paso Tampa Fairbanks St Ste Marie Fargo Spokane Flagstaff Syracuse Great Falls Topeka Hartford Tucson Helena Tulsa Honolulu Washingta Houston Wichita Indnaplis Jack Jacksn sovlle MS Pre--Precipitation for bours ending a.m.

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