Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 4, 1961 · Page 6
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\>* *A-«L RIO (T«xp») NEWS-HMAIO, Sunday, June 4, In By E. L. ALMEN C1UDAD TRUJILLO, Dominican ; Republic (AP)—Angry mobs stormed the headquarters of an opposition political movement and a" Roman Catholic church Friday night. Mobs Gather Trujillo clow of the headquarters of the I Popular Dominican Movement and burned in the street. Police who arrived to quell the disturbance were greeted by the mob \Vith shouts of "Viva Trujillo, down' with Communism.' The priest whose church was Chairs, desks and papers were j -•— ,-.^~. ».. U o<. v ,. U i^,, ~ as thrown from a second-story win-i stormed is the Rev. Gabriel Ma•— p ] duro, now in protective custody i | and accused of having given asy-j j Jum to one of the assassins who i shot down dictator Rafael Trujillo [Tuesday niRht. | About 2,000 weeping women and ! shouting men armed with sticks j and >tones gathered a! Santo Cur a ; de Ars Church shouting. "We must ! a v e n p c Trujillo's blood" and '•Come out, Father Maduro." The crowd dispersed when no- no one church. Word of these incidents became BU Y NOW... pa Y later! VALUES AND SELECTIONS AT AN A L L TIM E HIGH! Tower Returns From Triumphal Visit to Capital •WASHINGTON* CAP) —. John Tower started back home .Saturday to publican 5 He and Mrs Tower look a plane '. v>or " - OI . ul f e ™«*™t* .**«rae T Wichif» Falls i knmvn Saturday. The nation this iv endina a triumphal first visit ; .. Inc f *"* a ' -AVashinaJon as Toxas' new He- hct> I 1 ™'*' 11 a " d * •• ~, u'?is *n mo chin i bl ic nn ^onaior-clccl .»»«» .»i«j«uvriui for The Wichita Falls f-Vc-nt during their ^nint; seemed calm but behind l "° encs ' h h " m ™ n <"™«! for final three-day stay was a reception ° f encs '5! " m ™ n <"™«! for given for Tower bv Virginia's na- S !"T'f^ ° f ., tlhc hand that - assss .:-__• ^rxr, _______ • _____ . smaled Truuto. com mill eeman. Lee tional GOP Potter. To make preliminary arrangements for assuming office. Tosvcr aLs(r visited the secretary of the Senate and its financial and dis- biirsinjr clerks Friday. He had lunch with members of the Republican National Committee. I The Texas Elections Board is I expected to certify June 13 that; AUSTIN '( API-Texas business Tower defeated Sen. William Blak- . activity (ell 6 per ccm in ley. D-Tex.. in a May 27 runoff, ; bllt sim was a fraction clearing the v.ay xor him to take April I960, a survey said Satur- his oath as a senator. ; clay. ""• • His aide. Pierce Lans?ford I1T. " said, the Towers probablv would Business Activity In Texas Fraction Ahead of Last Year Conditioner OUTLET! Thinline . ity-packed compressor • Operates p>rr 115 voils .''•:''•?'•".'-•; • Automatic temperature control Pay $2.25 Weekly , ° , return to Washington next week. ... Reported in Texas the effect of an early \ which pushed a !ar-5e voi-i jume of retail-sales forward into • '-At arch," said the University of: i Texas Bureau of Business Rei search. j. "Some of 11 was due to the ef- 4-£c£l5_aL_b_ad weather on agricul-1 •.. - - • . . —-^ • • ^ • ' i—-. r zi— *- ->»^«*H»L.I. uu o^lll^LH*'J AUSTIN CAP)—The Texas Em- ] t ur e- After taking these -factors | ployment Commission says unem- ' ' nl ° account, it is still apparent; pJoyment declined 15.800 during tn=t "' e a re in the initial phase April, mainly because of in-' of cyclical recovery. : j creased outdoor work. j ' Crude oil runs to sliHs were un-j 'Unemployment fell to 196,000 in ' changed from March and down 1 i the middle of April. The figure P" r cen * from April 1960. The to-j was 22 per cent higher than in | taj allowable for 6 months will be! April 1960. j 52 days, while during the first 6J '"The jobless total' usuaily de-1 months o J 1960 they totaled 55 cremses substantially during this days. This is a 5.5 per cent drop month. The decline can be traced m lne number of producing days., to ttie pickup in outside activities! "Texas has not seen a month in j such as construction and farming which only seven days production j as well as lo recalls in manufac-! w as allowed; but a few years' luring." the commission said. ; back, say in "1956 when~production j : Total employment rose 68.200 for the year was 'more than a I 'over (he month lo 3.453,500 in mid- f biUion barrels, many would have I April. Farm jobs rose 4y.300 and j scoffed at the suggestion that pro-f the numJjcr of nonfarm jobholders j duct ion might be limited to aslit- ! rose by 18,900 to 3,051.300. , tie as eight days a month," the With nearly two-thirds the loss ! account said. durable goods' manufacture, i — : 22" SAVAGE ROTARY JS3-9967 • 2V-2" H.P. Briggs & Stratton Engine .• Recoil Starter • Throttle control on handle • Leaf mulcher • 14-gauge Steel Deck. Only $6.00 Down Easy Budget Terms SAVAGE in factory employment felt 11,200) -^ .. .. • from a year 'ago. i Marble FOIIS •jnay showed a continued rise in '. _. . employment, the comtnissfon said. < LOW BlOS "tncomplcte unemployment insur-j . ... i i i^ I ' *i>ce data indicate that joblessness ^Af VlCKSOUrjO rOTK \ will c l>b in May but will rise in! i June-"- . j AUSTLV (AI»)—Texas Granite -";• ; ' .-_ ; i Corporation of Slarble Falls was; j low bidder to build a monument; j at V'icksburg National Military j j Park to Texans who fought in the ; j battle of Vicksburg. .•'.•! The Slate Building Commission; 19" ROTARY MOWER Only $4.00 Down Easy Terms 2V 2 H.P. Engine; 'throttle on handle; 14-gauge steel deck. JEST SMOKE This NEW Palma AT OUR RISK Smoke 25 On The House in fhisSPfOAL Introductory Off»r N o** — o r.e^ **0f of lit* for c'rgor »moi<er»! Here'» a , completely ne«* mixiem c.gor. a long ilen- dtf ToIrMa Prelidenl »o mild, 10 mellow and deli. clovi ir.ot n-.;i!io"I e* men "»fc= ho»e r>e»er been able 10 enjor o. cigar before eon no**- savor the rr.ildneix o* *^eie ienia;7cr<al bcauriei. ItioT i b^co-i» they're a SBeoa! blend — iih tun rip. ened Golden leaf rr.ar« - er. so ifgKt; imooth and modern in toite. We plan to bring o^t theie Falma WK %y& fetidenti Jo compete w'^ trie higK lur.vrf morlef. EOT before we isend btg mo^e^ in cd- • ertHing. w e want your opinion at o crou thecl on our o-n entjiuiiajn-.. We l! let 100 of rheie mild rolma Prejidemx aa ro you ot the Special IntroductoryFrice &> only S4.95. YOU CANT IOSE. .. Tejf imat* 23 on rtie hou^e and tell vi **$*ot-yov Irtink of. iriim. Then, t( fov'it nw ob:olulel< ccn. »!nc-«j snot thi> ii ihe mUd- etl ciycri ycu ever smoked- for leu Than li< op!«<e, return the balance for your 14.95 ba*« in full (C.^ it Ih. U. Si «nly.) WALLY" FRANK" Ltdf 135 Chvrxfc 5t, O»>nf N.- y.A 7. H. T. n ,3, S*n^ me 100 Fat.. _ .', •denti — | rnctott J^.^i. I'll teiT imoic* 75 orvd give , - .-ty honeir opinion. If I'm not. d«[ioh**cf, I'll r«. turn ir.e bolor.ce for my bott. (PUov. print nam« orxi - .««* .^fcMifc^ _ »^L»<«V^I>(^ Vj\y Iliff I U^i\Jll , has announced the ; firm won the f contract v.-itli a hid of-S67,595. | The granite structure will be 17 : feet high and .30 feet across. It ; will commemorate the hundreds' of Tesans who fought in the sie?e { I of Vicksburg. The Mississippi Riv-! I er city fell to Union troops July ' | 4, 1883. " j j Th& monument prompted con- i j troversy during the 1959 Legisla-j i lure. Backers Of more state funds j j for state parks contended it was i j unfair to appropriate 3100,000 for i {a monument in Mississippi when J I c-a'ch of the 54 state parks re| ceivcd an average of only 5553-j j above the caretakers' S2.100 sa!r ' ; ary in the budget. 1 FULL CONTOUR AUTO RUG Save on ffill fitted auto floor mats of ioti<, r -u-earing rubber. Styled with reinforced rest and textured surface that traps water and dirt, yet cleans easily without removal from your car. Fashioned to stay put, fit smoothly over "hump" 5 custom colors. heel BLACK • BLUE GREEN RED V/HITE SALE! TRICYCLES Retired Actress III i RIVERSIDE. Calif. (AP) — Rc- j tired actress Dorothy Burgess. 32, i is reported seriously ill with tuberculosis in Riverside ICounty j General Hospital. Movies in which she had roles j included ''In Old Arizona" and ! "Cleopatra." A Sire for Every Age! Trikes for Tykes ren-in«h, 12", 16", models for all-size riders. Semi-pneumatic white side walls, blue metallic finish. DESTROY OLD TANKS MEXICO CITY (AP)-The Min- ist'ry of Industry destroyed 20.000 old and faulty gas tanks Friday. Officials said" they have been a threat to public safety. N'umerous explosions have occurred in homes and apartment buildings and officials blamed the aged tanks. RIO GRANDE ABSTRACT & tin* COMPANY, INC. ABSTRACTS Qf TITIC • TITU INSURANCE 5Ot OR RK) NATIONAL IANK 1UIUMNG Prune PR 5-2003 BUT THIS! c-r, ^ . ., oft. - 3 in. wide Double Width AIR-COOLED . CUSHION Compare at $10.95 * A66 6 Big, deluxe model with crush-proof springs covers entire seat ... split or solid. Asst. colors. 2-G«llon| 6ASCAN » ^B^l^i^^^^^^^ Compare of $1.69 Safe gas storage . . . vented for easy flow when filling-; inverted spout for^stbrage . . . clearly marked. IN FEATURES IN SIZE IN VALUE! Faster- Flameless AUTOMATIC 23" Master oven Pushbutton controls Removable oven door WITH TRADE and CP&L CERTIFICATE BIG FEATURES • BIG CAPACITY LQW PRICE FREEZER Stores 392 Ibs. of frozen food within easy reach! • Fits in one square yard of space • Magnetic door • Adjustable shelves Model HUX 111 Filter-Flo Washer Holds 12,Ibs. of dry Choice* of water $1 QO95 temperatures Water saver for small loads ' WIIH TRADE WEEK-END SPECIAL S P E I A L 50' VINYL Garden Hose WITH NOZZLE $199 Only Fr*c Parking in R»of s p E C I A L GRILL forlobU tttt ConvtnJcnf Picnic Duty Family-size'grill with 24" coppertone bowl and chrome-plated grid that crank; adjusts'to desired ! height: Easy-roll • wheels. $ 244 for6- foo/ers or 6 year bids -& HEAVY DUTY G.E. MOTOR 4000 CFM - & RUST RESISTANT FINISH BIG 12 CUBIC FOOT DEFROST REFRIGERATOR • FULL WIDTH TRUE ZEftO 'FREEZER WMkty With Trade SERVICE STORE G.E. D«al«r S^^^sj^ DIAL P 5-35M or 5-3519 - 767 S. 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