Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on May 24, 1961 · Page 3
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 3

Del Rio, Texas
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Wednesday, May 24, 1961
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MO (T«*<**) NEWS-HERALD, Wednetday, May 24, 1961 Ffaegcin Attends Meet On Boys Ranch Needs W»ys «nd means of B*r<nal and special financial w- MfcB&t dl Boys Ranch of West Tey- Vi'jWfr 3an Angelo were dbeuss- e«l- by rinch officials an<i District VI directors with couniy '•dvisory chr.irmen. •C>. D. Finegan of De! Rio »' diricrtor and county advisojy ctuirmin of District VI.'which in- cHutes one of the ranch's 53-eo*ir.ty sarvice areas.' Included in the d:= 'UiC*- ar? Val Varde. Crockeu, Kdwirds, Reagan. Schleicher. Suited, and Uploa Counties. Finegan, who attended the raveling, s»id thz slogan of ;he rsnch. "Don't Brano a Bov. Keip Butrl ,a Man," will have 10 have moie thaa good intentions to translate it into practical reality, Finegan said Morris Crais. executive director of Bovs Rssu-h J. Entertainment World Mourns Queen of Comedy PALM SPRINGS. Cs-IL JAP'— The entertainment vroHtl is mourning Joan Dax-'is. often c-alSod "the queen 'of corned;." wjsa5e zany antics and tall-girt " £tro- battcs brought laughter in millions. - Her death of a hears s-ijck Tuesday at 4S ended a spectacular career in virtually sli ir.cairi Leal media — siace. scret-R. radio and finally television. Jim Backus, who co-starred in Miss Davis' highly successful TV scrips, "I Married Josn," \vjred her family: "The nation has- test a great lady and the foremost feminine talent in her fse-Jd." The blonde comedieHne *^as stricken Monday night at her desert home here, where she Lad livid quietly in Eei«i-retirs?n:enl- Physicians at an emergency hospital labored in vain- to -?a\e her life.; The ac(res»' last publicized romance, with realtor Harvey Stock 35 4 Vended w 1959 -wh-en she charged her-suitor knocked her down during an arnt>nicnt. She ;vas divorced from Serenas Wills in. 1347 after 16 years of marriage. ;-\-Jtiss. Davis, who began her ihe- airical career in vaudeviue 31 ih§ age. of T, once . was ..the highest paid woman on radio., rank-in:: only. behind Bob Hope and Jack Benny. ...'.. •...As an actress, she portrsyctj s frustrated. luckiest, gawky {•?- 'BJale. In private life, she «ss aa 'attractive woman «ho tjSoke in a quiet voice and dressed smari- iy.; : ;•'"•' i.Rosary 'will be recited Frsdsy SndrMass will be said Saturday- 'at/St. Paul's Church. Los An-. {[efcs. _ ' - - . of. West Texas, reported there are 55 boys now at the ranch, including 37 under 12 years of ape. The cost is about $3.18 a d?y for food, clothing, shelter aiul personal supervision alone. "The ranch is under financial pressure to give these youngsters «r. adequate home and education hut 'has managed to increase, its occupancy and quality of its-services through the regular sources rf revenue. mean ! ng donations by iTeni-rous West Texans. But the ranch is also under pressure to extend its services to an even larger number of boys and con- siruftiqn of Three Rivers Dani. vvhose lake will lit very close TO the southern boundary of tho ranch, now i.ecessitates coustruc- iKiia of new dormitories for the i:-->ys." Finegan said. Boys Ranch, of West Texas is incJ-.tded in the Val Verde Couhly Uniic-d Fund drive. The coum> f ^£> :\vo boys from Del Rio, Frank- Je -Henning and Jimmy Marshall and an application from one other De! Rio boy has been approved. Finegan said Craig rep.orli.'t! plans are being laid two t-errnanent type dormitories nous- :na 32 b^ys each. The ranch lias oven ihe government an easment Covering the site of the present •^•TiTijory, .an area where over nsi!";u occupancy will be prohibited v. hen the new lake is completed Construction of the new quarters necessitaie raising funds be. those .expected from such sources as the regular and me mnria! comnbuiions. For that reason, workers in c-ach county served by the ranch v*i«1 conauct a drive to raise a *peeial quota of funds to meet, ciarrent and coming special fin- ancitfi needs, Finegan said. Crockett Count j. in Fincgan's aisirict. has Sammy Rivers, at vhe ranch: Reagan County, Butch Martindale: Sutton -County, Eddip P.arker and Upton County, David GOOD/VEAR OPEN TIL 8 P.M. FRIDAY NIGHT f We'll take the old tires oft your car-regardless of condition! SALE STARTS AT 8 A.M. THURSDAY MORN ... COME-IN EARLY.. .FREECOFFEE&DONUTS Wi^iiiEiWi AS LOW AS TSTA Convention Moved to Houston ^DALLAS (AP>—The Texas State seaciu-r? Assoc-iation convention which originally was set-Tor. Dallas Oct. 19-21 has been transferred to Houston. Dallas Supt. \V. -T. V.'hi'.e said the convention site was changed h e. c a u s e Dallas sthools would not dismiss so their learners could attend. RETREADS W^TH APPROVED GOODYEAR TREAD DESIGN P!» Tax an< Tsar 01* Tire PER WEEK PANCHO VILLA POPULAR ,MF.X!CO CITY-(AP)—A lelevi- sion serial shout .Pancho Villa has been sold to stations in three Cen- lra5 American, five South Ameri can and four Caribbean countries, says Teliviceniro. The series was highly popular in Mexico, home of Jhe bandit. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS CONTRACT BRIDGE U B y- B . j a y Becker ^ (T»f» I*cvrrf-Kolc!sr In Mcittrs" individual Championship Ploy) BLACKWALLS WHITEWALLS ALL SIZES 14" and 15" GOODYEAR 3-T ALL-WEATHER 12 MOS. 'GUARANTEE* 1,70x15, blitk Idki-lypi FREE MOUNTING ii THIS IS THE TIME TO BUY!" WE HAVE TIRES FOR COMPACT A IMPORTED CARS PLUS TAX t YOUR OLD TIRE, REQARDLESS OF CONDITION "•'•. West dealer. •'•;',;-.East-West WEST 4 AS V A K65 4J4 + 9764 ? NORTH 4 J 93 + A K 10 6 4. K 10 .3 EAST 4 Q 10 5542 V 7 ^ 3 A A Q J SOUTH 4 Q&S 732 + S5 in •vo tricks on the side to make ^rce no trump. rather surprised by de- 3ts, bid -three spades, after Xorth bid three no- D. doubled. This Insult North to the quick,,and e redoubled. Sharpies' led the king of Jis and then shifted Lo a low won with the jack and •eturrscd z. heart to the ace. An- icr c3ub lead permitted East cash Hie A-Q. after which, the • Fox "returned the six of HUNDREDS OF GOODYEAR 3-T ALL-WEATHER NYLON The bidding-: West .North Pas* 1 4 34 3 NT Dble. RedMe. , Opening lead. You don't have to bei:cve ihis •tory if you dor.'i want to. but truth, they say. is .sirstng-er thtn fiction, and I. p-erso-riaUy, have no reason to dosibi the iulhenticity of the ?J?al The hand was piayed in s. lournament in a club in Lc Weal and. East respectively Bob Sharpies and G. C. K. fox. • well-known British stars. West decided to pass, ss deai- *r. After Xorth opened one cia- -• . inond. East overcan«2 v.ith E ^ apade. South, daziicd by his &&; ' mOnd .length ar.d a spsae siop- p«r r ventured two notrurnp. Xo doubt,, he counted on izx cia- jpond tricki and a sp-:c*. acd koped that North v.-ouk: produce ' . . <C l&E!. K:=r F-aii: California produces .IK-.WO citrus fruit th»n any other slate- J5 ihe US. OSCAR VALDES DENTIST M*. I to •, h ': r^ciarer, \*.*o knew that West hid two good club tricks to c^Lsh, put u? the king:, hoping*-a=: nac led away from the ace, la '"•Tilch case something could suJi te salvaged from the wreck. But the sharp Sharpies turned up with the ace, cashed hia ciubs. arid returned a spade to Slve East the rest of the tricks. So declarer went down nine re- aoisbJed-—3 ,-4 00 points! South could have avoided sonie of the ignominy attached tc lie hand by guessing to play a IO-A- spade instead of the king. in which case he would have been fiv« tricks better off and gone down on!y 1,400 points, This would have constituted no great iriurnph, of course, but f.1. least would have provided sr.rr.e balm for his wounds, .ir.e.-e was one bright spot in the hand, however, from South's viewpoint. He was lucky enough sol to be vulnerable at the time, oLner.cis^ the to!! would have fc*c- 5.:?00 points, rt« S-,-Ed:f««. lac.) WANT A RUG CLEANED? Seethe YELLOW PAGES SAVE! SAVE! • NEW CAR CHANGE-OVERS • TAKE-OFFS ~ : ~" • DISCONTINUED TIRES • FACTORY SECONDS 15 MQ5. GUARANTEE* . (.70x15 ! blick, t«b« \y t t ONE LOW PRICE PLUS TAX AND YOUR OLD TIRE—REGARDLESS OF CONDITION • LOADED WITH DEE? TREAD t I4"xi5"—SUCK £ WHITE m GOODYEAR 3-T NYLON SAFETY ALL-WEATHER 6, HORRY! HURRY! SALE STARTS Thursday Morning at 8 A FREE Coffee and Donuts WHILE YOU WAIT Saia Ends Sat. at 6 P.M. 18 HOS. GUARANTEE* r » ' 8. FLUS TAX l< YOUR OLD TIRE sut biacfc, GUARANTEE QUALITY GUARANTEE 1. Road Hazard Guarantee — All new Goodyear auiomobilc iiiv-s r arn guariintectl by- written ..crlificale « K ainsl normel Koad Hnznrds — i.e., blowouts, fabric lircal:s, cuts— except repairable piin ? iuri». Guarantee Hnulcd to original owner for number of months specified.- • . Any Coudycar. dealer will repair saltwui charge, or make allowance.' oil "a new lire based on. origin*! tread dr.i>tk -rciiiniiiine and current "G * ' '.•'** 2. LifctUM -AnCoodvnr Tires «re ". --; E«^nu,««a mgnnst any defects in >corkjo»n5iip and catcrial viiiout i imit „ lo t^e or -, - - - milcas=- 767 S. MAIN » PR 5-3588 or PR 5-358^

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