Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 1, 1961 · Page 8
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 8

Del Rio, Texas
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
Page 8
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l-Dtl KIO (Texas) NEWS-HERALD. Thursday, June 1, 1961 DAILY CROSSWORD ACROSS j. rut off ; 8. Dutch shoe 11. Orinoco , tributary : 2, Cord 13. Pools tarrhaic) 14. Belgian marble fish JC'liarom l- fi . Sj«Jit pulse 11'. Hints 21. Take off "!, SoliJ fipure "a. Worship 2f». IHnd's author 30. Apportion 31. Constraint Si:. Haber- tSiishory, for one Si. American Indian T7. Soak flax SS. Crowd <1. Siack wood 43. Rental contract 45. Unaspi- rate<i con- sonanta "4C. B.-.-iish- menl 47.-N"aval force •Ji. Spanish title' DOWN" 1. Myrti Hess' title 2. Fencin? foil S. Roll ' t'shllv 4. Before 5. To analyze 6.- - vote 7. Miikash S, Tie 9. Brazil 10. Sesame ( var. ) -17. English river 19. Apple centers 20. Orchestrate 21. Male sheep 22. Dutch commune 25. Apricot <Jnp.) 26. God of p!«vs- xi tv 27. Bitter vetch 29. Rushes SlMj- ' denly Yrtiterday'i Antuei 31. Female ciec-r Ill Solons Set $1,1 To End 71-Candidate Fiascoes "3. A nieoting 34. Personal interest 35. Cain's brother 23. Pilhy say- 36. Strobiie ing SS. Chief 39. Xorway'.3 capital 40. Thirst quencher 4-. T3uni 44. Knglish river m / / 10 DAILY CRYPTOOrOTE — Here's how to work H: AX Y D L B A A X R is .LOXGFELI. O \V One letter simply sLanas for another. In this sample A is us-M for U-..^ three I-'s. X for the Uva O's, etc. Single letters, apo'3- trophies, the ier.stn and formation of the woi\!s are'si! hints. Kadi day the coae letters are different. B L, A O O S I R J J V A R !_ A Crj-ptojrain Qaolation E A L V M V -R P P ERE V M S V D N S L V N P, V D X L S S A L J S V M L — G R I X L A . Y^stfriJa.v's Cryp ! °1" OI( ' : SO LITTLE DONE—SO MUCK TO DO—RHOI1SS..' 1C ISSl. Kir.g: Fsaiurcs Syr.dicato. Inc.) Use The Classifieds FRIDAY & SATURDAY RETAIL MARKET SPECIALS U. S. GOOD ROU.VD STEAK . : Ib. 89c FRESH LEAJV GROUND BEEF Ifa. 49c CHUCK ROAST (U.S. Good) Ib. 4Dc SEVEN STEAK (U. S. Good) Ib. 49c LARGE AMANA COMBINATION 8 FOOT REFRIGERATOR — 3 FOOT FREEZER USED — $399.95 FROZEN FOODS CUT CORN* . _-_ STRAWBERRIES, ___ 3 Ib. FISJI STICKS _. BREADED SHRIMP _. . Inc Ih. pkg. -I5c 5-POUND BOXES 1 : . . T *• FROZEN STEAKS AT HOLESALE PRICE FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY: 5-Ib. Boxes Frozen Steaks. Hotel Cuts at Wholesale Prices. No.Bone,.No Waste. Try These Today! Hamburger Patties (40 servings) 2.45 Breaded Veal Steaks (20 servings) 3.40 Chuck Wagon Steaks (20 servings) 3.40 Veal Cutlets (27 servings) 3.95 7-oz. Strip Steak (12 servings) 5.75 10-oz. Strip Steak (8 servings) _.. 5.85 Mignon of Beef Steak (10 servings) 5.85 Fresh Frozen Meats are Government Inspected, each serving exactly the same size, very economical and all completely guaranteed. ALSO — BEEF BY THE QUARTER AND HALF! LOCKERS FOR RENT DEL RIO LOCKER PLANT S15 Yow "AMANA" Denier Hton* ftl 5-9924 Be LEE JONES AUSTIN CAP)—'Hie. 57ih Legislature acted to block any future repetition of the 71-candidate April 4 Senate free-for-all and passed six other changes in the Texas Election Code. • A SI.000 filing fee for candidates in statewide elections was approved by both liou.-'es. The filing fee will be paid the secretary ol state in special flec- tions and the party executive committee in primaries.'The present filing' fee for statewide special elections is S50. Gov. Wiee Daniel has no! yet signed the biH. (I1B350). The election bills passed were only a few of the many such measures offered during the session. The completely Democratic Legislature passed a hiii (HB239) which; purported to erase the ''undue advantage" held by parties, including the Republican, which do not always nominate by primary. ! The act requires all candidates for a parly's nomination to file l>y (he same date. Under present law Republicans, in years when they are not required ,to nominate i by primary, can wait unti! after !the Democratic primary to select jiheir randidatcs. ; "No persons shall be nominated : hy an . . . convention . . . unless he has filed with the'chairman of ; :hc appropriate executive, com in H- Uee an application requesting that 1 his name Iv. placed before the cor:- ' mention as a candidate for nomi .nation." the bill said. i Shortly after, the House passed | the.' bill, however, GOP State | Chairman Tad Smith said the art 'will not affect Texas Republicans. "Those who I dink that this bill is aimed at Republicans should '• understand that Republicans in Texa< will 'nomtaMe by primary in 1062 and the tremendous «p- siirue in Republican strength all over Texas indicator that Republicans will probably nominate by primaries in all s u b s e q u e n t T.-ears," Smith said. Nomination by primary is required of all parties \vhose ean- _ didate for governor polls more j than 200.000 votes at the last gen- ! eral election. 90th Division Heads For Summer Training < FT. HOOD (AI 1 ) — Fleets of Army trucks and about 100 commercial buses will take 7,000 Tex- ian.s to this Central Texas military past Saturday for i\vo weeks of field (raining. The soldiers are [members of the 90th Division. I The JKffh is' the only Army Reserve division in Texas. Others i arc National Guard organizations. ! Of "the S7.5 billion spent for to; hacco products last year, nearly : S3 billion for direct excise taxes. School Consolidation Inctntivt Bit! Is Law -AUSTIN (AP)—A hill autlwriz- ing incentive aid to school districts which agree to consolidate was signed Wednesday by Gov. Price JDanicl. The bill provides that the slate will continue for 10 years to furnish the^ same amount of aid as before when two or more districts consolidate. Daniel also signed a bill aimed at. eliminating spurious private clubs operating as fronts for selling liquor .by the drink. The measure requires private clubs to pay annual fees and sets up rules for their conduct. Houston Mayor Ordtrs Study off Murder Rote HOUSTON CAP) — A meeting with officers to study Houston's murder rate was called today hy Mayor Lewis Cutrcr, Houston has jhad 57 murders this year. Last I year, there had been 48 murders. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS TV-STARS WED—TV's David Nelson, 24, and his bride, actress-model June- Blair, 19, are shown following their wedding in Hollywood. Davic is the eldest son of Ozzie anc Harriet Nelson. SHIRTS and WASH PANTS Laundered to Perfection For PicV-up Phon« P* 5-7535 WALTON BROS. INSURED BONDED PRINTING! Quality Materials and Workmanship at Reasonable Prices Office Supplies A balanced stock to serve the terirtory at established retail prices. The Herald Printing Company 110 W. 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NO MONEY DOWN with your old tires FREE INSTALLATION! > t€?rrns as low as $1.25 weekly Priced Low for Quick Clearance Retreads Goodyear approved tread design for miies of safer driving at down-to-earth prices. ;.;•.'. ,-'•:/. *Pluj tar and old lire from your car regardfeis of condition Pay As Little As $ 7.25 weekly. Changeovers Nationally advertised brands in like-new condition — driven only a few miles. Matched sets. BIG/BIG SAYINGS Sizes Value Prhed! MORE PEOPLE RIPE 0?40COPYEAR TIRES THAN ON ANY OTHER KIND 767 S. MAIN PR 5-3588 or PR 5-35*9

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