Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 2, 1961 · Page 8
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 8

Del Rio, Texas
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Friday, June 2, 1961
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t-D€l RrO (T«xas) NEW5-HIRALD, Friday, Jun. 2, 1961 AWARDS WERE PRESENTED this week to the winners in the teenage Roati-E-O sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. Left to right are: J, C. West, general-chairman of the event: Ralph Skelton! thiicl place winner, Andy Lewis, second place; Wayne Calk, champion driver; and Bill Mansfield, president of the local chapter of the Javcees, ___. \ CNews-Herald Photo) Congolese Troops on Rampage By DENNIS NEELO LEOPOLDVILLE, the Congo Wi —Congolese soldiers have gone on a week-long rampage of massacre and arson in Kivu Province again, t>i« T'nited Nations reported to' tny. Thousands o! tribesmen have fled into the mountains, and U.N T . officials have set up an aid program for the refusees. A U.N, patrol.df Malayan troops reported finding an area of six square miles around the village of .Nyagezi devastated and burned. The bodies of 33 Bashi tribesmen were discovered in one village. .More than 100 tribesmen are believed to have been massacred. Many, of llic-dcad are believed in be women ami children. No whites are thought to have been killed. A U.iV. spokesman reported thai the Malayans also found Hie bo;I- ies'of five Congolese soldiers." Reasons for the su'lden violence were not clear hut focal Congolese soldiers, nominally loyal to Antoine (Jizenca's r^hel Slanlov- ville regime, are believed to'have gotten out of conlrol hpcauso they have not been paid. U..X. officials believe ih^i this, twmlod n-j(|| traditional tribal rivalry in Kivu, led to the killings. Val Verde Servkemen Sgt. Armando Salazar Takes Training Tests | Staff Sergeant Armando A. Sa- llazar. 30, son of Mrs. Maria A. Salazar, 404 Jones St., Del Rio, recently participated with other personnel from the Slh infantry Division's 68lh Armor in Army training tests in Baumholder, Germany. .'•'•• ..-.••• The tests were designed to determine the combat readiness and efficiency of combined armor and infantry tactical forces. The 8th is one of five I). S. divisions in NATO's "Pyramid of Power" in Europe. Sergeant Salazar is a iank commander in the GSth's Company D in Baumholder. He entered the Army in 1918 and arrived over | seas on this lour of duty in Oc- 1 tober 1958. His wife. Eva, is with him in . Gcrmanv. Floriculturists say crabgrass is not likely to be a problem in blue | grass if the grass is cut two inches high or higher and given moderate fertilization. Eisenhowers Spending Weekend in Washington NEW YORK (AP) '—Former* President Dwiglit V. Eisenhower nnd Mrs. Eisenhower iirrlved hero [today by train from Washington ! to spend tlu> weekend, ! The former preside!.! had little to sa> to newsmen e\cepl that he thought "It's a good thing for na- ^mnal iiciuKs (of stale) to know {'each other." This was ''in'.-refer;., jence to the weekend meeting of j President Kennedy and .Soviet I Premier Khrushchev. . • Voge! Completes Safety Course At Northwestern Gene R. VogeJ. safety officer ni. Laughlin Air Force Base, was one of 36.Air Force and Navy of- firials and civilian personnel who -oday completed a three-week course in Motor Vchitle Traffic Management ane Accident Prevention for the Air Force" at the Traffic InstiiuSe. .Vorth western University, JEvapston, 111. ; In addition to Traffic Instiuto faculty, instructors included Harry Berlin, traffic advisor. Office of the Provost Marshall. The Inspector General, and .Major Grov- cr G. Morgan -Ir.. st>ecial projects officer, Deputy Inspector General for Safety. Norton Air Force Base. "The purpose of this course is to reduce losses from motor vc-: hide accidents as well as direct and indirect costs of congestion .and delays m order to save mon-; cy which can be irlitized 'in pro-; ductive activity,"-said Bernard R. Caldwcll. director of the Traffic j institute:- j Topics inciiidcii Principles of' Arcident Investigation, Accident i Reconstruction. -Principles o f I Iraiiic Law linforcemenl. Traffic i . Engineering, Driver Testing and j 'Control. Air Force Problems, and! Principles of Coordination. i Reds Open Gates to Let K Through Iron Curtain By PRESTON GROVER VIENNA {AP) — Through a gate in the Iron Curtain, Premier Khrushchev entered Austria today and came to Vienna for his weekend conferences , with President Kennedy, who arrives Saturday. The Soviet leader said he is he-re to establish personal contact with Kennedy "and to exchange views on the main questions that concern relations between the Soviet Union and the United States of America/" ' \Ve know that one cannot settle everything at once." he observed. "If, however, one has sood will. ons can also achieve much within a short time. "This is what 'the people want who press for an easing of inter- i national tension and for strength- ! ening of 'world peace. On hand to greet Khrushchev in Vienna were President Adolf ; Schaerf. Chancellor Alfons Gorbach—and Vyacheslav M. Molotov. Khrushchev demoted Molotov from Soviet foreign minister shortly after he signed the Austrian State Treaty in 1955. He is- now- Soviet representative to the Vienna headquarters of the International Atomic Energy Commission. Khrushchev came here after talks with Antonin Novotny. Communist chief of Czechoslovakia. The Czechs said these talks produced complete agreement. Arriving from Czechoslovakia. Khrushchev's special Irain passed through a gate in a complex fence <;f barbed wire stretching along ! Cancer Claims Father f Of Air National Guard i MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. (.M y )—| Brig. Gvn. Ray S. "filler. 70. al pioneer" in miiitary aviation and! the father of the Air National I Guard, died Wct!:.osday of cancer • He was one of the yriuinal iriem- ; bers of the air branch of the Army j Signal Corps and was a leader in ; gelling legislation in tlie -1^20? to i organize an Air--National Guard. : THE BEST FOOD IS FOUND ,AT . . . THE MANHATTAN CAFE featuring CHARCOAL BROILED STEAKS Also ... I Bar-B-Q I Mexican Food - DROP IN .. . . MING THE FAMILY! 116 S. MAIN PR 5-8179 j the-Czech side of the frontier. The ; fencing is arranged in several jfows. with a total depth of about ; 12 feet. Its main purpose' is to j keep Czechs from making unau- f Lhorir^d trips. I A pilot train of three coaches, ^ carrying security guards, preced- j ed Khrushchev's six-car special. j The entry was at Alarchegg. i Austrian police wore stationed j every 250 yards along the 25-mile I route' to Vienna. j Representatives c-f Auslrian I President Adolf Schaerf were on . thn frontier, . along with Soviet j Ambassador Victor I. Avilov. | The Kennedy-Khrushchev talks •begin Saturday hi:d continue Sun- iclsy. The Soviet camp seemed I guardedly optimL-tic that som<- j Ihing us?ftjJ rii.eht come " them—If Kennedy is prepared ., j accept as logical the Russian i viewpoint on world affairs. } Khrushchev was smiling and j joking when he arrived. ! One member of the Auslrian j welcoming party, security chief (Kurt Seidler locked at the blue .'skies an>_' sau" he hoped .the j weather was a pood omen for the i two-man summii. Khrushchev re| plied: j "The climate in Austria is al- p-ays very cooii." ! Only a few hi.'mlrcd rcsiilcn's !t-f Marchegg lirrncci out In srp j Khrushchev. .A strong police | guard kept them weir hack from j'Jie station platform. There \v::s i t o cheering. | As the train'pulled into the sta- i lion. Khrushchev first tried ?o I open a window b'.tl failed to do so.. jThen he put on j roal and stepped ionto the platform followed by So- iviet Foreign .Muster Andrei Gro- ;"riyko. .Mrs. Khurshchcv stayed in ;ihe train. i Once - on the i.-.'atform Klirush- jchev insisted on siiaking han'ls all j srourid. j The train staji-c! at the station 120 minutes ber^r.j departing for Vienna. WEATHER INFORMATION U.S. Department of Commerce Weather Bureau, Del Rio. Texas. Max. Min. Pre. Albuquerque 1 90 50 -j Amarillo 93 6S .04 Boston 71 : Brownsville •_ 8S •Chicago si Dallas-^.._ 93 DEL RIO _ 01 | Denver G9 : Detroit . 73 : El Paso ios i Houston 83 Laredo . 98 Los Angeles 67 Miami Beach S2 Minneapolis _._ 73 ,N'ew Orleans 86 New York 79 Portland, Orcg. 86 Phoenix 90 San Angclo __• 06 San Antonio .1 95 St. Louis 87 Washington .. 88 Maximum and Minimum temperatures and amount of precipitation for 24 hours ending at 6:30 .am. CST. ."On chart, T stands for a trace of ra : r. 58 73 5S 71 75 51 65 65 71 Tfi 54 77 51 ai 72 61 ~.73 7} 69 73 READ' THR OiaSSIiaKD AD8 OFFICE SUPPtlES DIAMONDS Quality, Priced I6w»r Than Cr»dil Storet Artificial Light forced Spaiklo Troth TEXAS RELIABLE JEWELERS : 102 W. IOSOYA . ypcwrtn • A4dmg Machine* SALES ••«* SERVICE Hollmark Curdi • Art Juppli** Del Rio Typewriter Co 612 $. Maw Dwl Ml 5-4*17 TURRET the most versatile sprinkler of - them all TURN THE TURRET FOR THE LAWN SHAPE < YOU WANtTO WATER Additional Sprinklers • Precisi oa cnginee red of zinc «nd chroma on bnu 0 P; .04 Cal Erner is. managing the Richmond Virginians. No. I farm team of the New York Yankees. ! Classified Ads Hrinff Results SCHOLARSHIP winner of the $3 00 offered by the American GI Forum to a graduating student of Latin American ( descent is Gus Valadez, right. The check for that amount is being presented by Mike Fernandez on : behalf of the Forum. Gus, an accomplished musician, graduated as an honor student from Sacred Heart Academy and plans to attend St. Mary's in Winota, Minnesota. This summer he wi]] study at Laughlin Air Force Base, "continuing his | musical instruction from Incarnate Word College in San j Antonio. He is the son of Gus Valadez of Del Rio. - t (News-Herald Photo) RIO GRANDE ABSTRACT & TITLE COMPANY, INC. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE . 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