Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on June 7, 1961 · Page 2
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^' (Ttxasj NEWS-ttEftALCl, Wednesday, Jun* 7, 1961 -- v Nikita Dances Cha Cha Cha With Indonesia's President 1 Stronger Central HOUSTON' (AP) ~ A s*ro«*«r unity wnfi Metfcodl$ts in STANLEY JOHNSON <APJ — w-h.if. v d<nt Kcnix-ds aa,* ttH.its ihroaeh a more centrally- governed national church was'ad- vocated yesterday by the annual for the visiting vised siejss iust for lauehs — Texas Conference" of the Method- Jin's, 6tnh hirtbdai. croachm? 3« .n the Cosssck 'isi i; n is the 23}e^t Moscow party aixi kx"kuis e^i Church. US Trust fosters Move Against Six Electronics Firms MILWAUKEE, Vfia (AP>—The high fevels and "distributors,. •. _,.^ incfeisinr, obuinlng prste-fixteg la- Named i» 'the indictments Fry's Uftcl« Dies Early Today Beck, Cemralia, ,Mo,; Hubbard and Co.. > ChlC3 SO. " r- ~^» * J« «J t JJMifc.»( * *-**».«»« t MM«?*«»C:;VA -If t-oWictelV they fice possible ! man and civic worker of KUtecfi, tings i?f 43t> t oft> 'died there this morning at 4 o 1 Jos--= clock. U3td by to*iinrjrijt3t.iQ£3 aod power entities. * The six firms have ssfes ol 53S million annually, 51 ^. firms February Battle Cr«* MicV T'tiHuv rms eonvee in erur o e Co Atoitou^ , p* • SJ f Philadelphia of bid-riggin? acd .Mr. *od Mrs Fry left tbdaj " rice-fain? on heav electrical for K of the trEnsims-s.fl.js , .-iut-utu«u. IT*,-, .uc- > ---—---. — -.— a Co., Elgin. 111.; Jos- iPnee-futn* on heavy electrical •n? and Supply «I«"pnu'nt- The firrcs _*ire A. B. Kiliecn 10 attend funeial sei- 7hursiiay a! 3 p.m. from \wiwa ,n - h-- K-ned. h^-frx,:^ ^J -- v.tarc-i *» M teacer -a, -, , . , ^ -,_ , ..,, Tl . , . „ . "' rT -^ " ' • •: a D=r P a% ng Frr* ^- fn* c"a ' .,; ^ a , 0 ,V o 'n ta « "^ T •"*"" *"? U» Indonrt,^ pr* 9 * 3£Srt1eQ thii ""'^ d fc ^ l! ^ it , hc to b* held either ben,., u r with i the 2ener5l conference. Overdue on Flight * °'.' Attj. Gen. Robert F. Kennp-1*. The 3iOih anniversary of tobac- who "announced the ind-eimecis jn co—America's oldest industry — \\ashinsrion saui tae C3?es 'Acre """ v ~ '"'•' """ '"' **"" *" nw relauil will be celebrated by the Va., Foundation in 1962, Ifim/lnfi Ttl^O/tf they -sere surprised bv . ABILEXE <AP>—A . T. ' 3 ' ' CVssna plane •* ss ripened over- uubctraoiu returned Tees- dee u»d*y on a flight from El by 3 federal Erssd jary to p a=0 < o ^bitefvi. Dist. Co^n Jarfg- Rei>en Thr^? Dersons uere said to be ;. Tehan ehargea that Cor many aboard fhau- r.^mes were not ret«£ maniSiac£urers c£&-vrvtrt*.- 1 , ••'•.-. - .- - - • • '- 2* J * t*?V4. Cortiiwed from Page rt-fort€-d of the ti-i •ifir^vr officer- rfporfT^ njrfci mos ing in BH errar.-c s.. ^n 2! <Att 12 tulles -A-:-*; >-- r ( --t!. Thf? Weather Bureau •>.-d arxj'^et big t'«i5?er ho VJ'>.T !:p?n ranch, :snd J'j?? <; ST;.ir;f>i at the _ . . CSS Comerence is one t , e fir . t ^ Jlhcrn Meuwdl5t :cr?nctr3 to accept ihe amendment already received ap- j years * • *^ I '* J " ' " -- " • "- i-^Ji ^tXl. northern conferences, v*spared to msiMam. ooneeniseiitive;" r Kt . s ! aPl? i & f t E] Pago's West for the G'ftbt \e%'..s, Dave. Arr.oirf. sv^-'j'ay radio of 3 c-teit . •fl.iih £ t winter. From ^-<-.n t ,f Bc.rser he r-.rp.--n- i-d: "I think 1 see one right ims'.-k ciah in front of me. Boy. n'-: ?-:rri- •Ai.'. It's coming thss-uay." be stood '"*- v: - ipjtk and rr.ir past •v:ih thur;dr?-rsfr.rms ann are! GroT.yko. who 'iaichfd fr^i p:-:tc ceniraiszaiion of the govern- r;r 'lV ! --- '••' ;V!fl ' torrid.-*-? rims slons ; the sidelines. -, C m of ihe Methotfist church. 1 ^ S V.1 > —" ''--W-' A - ; oi- Sine from AmarilJo : -\sns Khrushche'.", «ho" accoTn- H-c- ssM it ur.uld allow bishops to' J^il! '•'' —' «-i-« ntnh of Sherrnan. : pansed her husband so.V;»nn2 far be transferred from one jiirisdie-! *C'l,., r\i->jt..t for -he Panhandle, ski&s ' n« ts'ss WSLT Pre;:dent Kt=nnc-i--. t : ,,n TO another too easiiv. : ',".!'.;* '-'•-- cl - ir tc partly .cloudy over danced a oU. ;hcn ?ai o-n rte T»r. Stewart Ciendenia," superin- > '"•'"• -^,-- -3te .^.^e'.ime aner dawn. "^' •<>- 'he numbers ?^;ll-a. t ec rtert of the Beaumont district, \ i-e \Vi-aihsr Bureau said the The closes; ifcmg to a rr.en^os spf-sksns for the amendment, s-iid ' '"'-•' - •-: intrH'-fr thunderstorm3 had .; "> poJjtic* casne M'-hers Khn^h'chev "Except for the election of bish- ; "^^ ' : ~:'^ < :* f -^''*' s ^ through Central ^**.^ tdl ? * l ^f.f c ' r hi5 isvori-.e • .:-pi, the jurisdictiona! conference i - - * •'"* >. /K . 2 r.orr: s.. _ _ ~ -««•»•—- . .__ srij»ri *:wf;rer? sp^^t a busv ni^ SPECIALS FOR THURSDAYS! Cream Puffs SEEGER'S BAKERY Next Door to BeaU's ;hc T\v;=ters. Bureau observers is- | 2 Caiicasisu- straight merf—>Sikoyan. . ; ; " already" a dead duck." He said ) .-"-s the first aeputy nrern,'-:•- did rf ihe two conferences were held I at turn around the floor ;r -cic*er tospther or at the same | Khrushchev .t:n:e. bi5hop= could be consecrated'* • - . .. — . ^ ^ - - — -.*.,.. i. , ui_-, iv-j-*^: ^.UJJJL* *JV \_'-*lt3Crl. 4 C.IVU -u«-i s ^-rie^ cl reports on lor- .remarxea: "You know, we 'had 'by the ac-r.eral conference soon i - * - - ' ~ * "*- ^— • • fin radar. The bu- •-'.s; the largest num- ,-niitiee ever :o hit the .'reason ..L -- - .. i watched- -he - irr;j^r • Panhanrisp- "be/ore or after mid-- "^ -^ !s htcaus him on!y ;e v«ra5 vsrd.s r -^^" ^ ^-s hiitoo'. ; ' th ' s dsn ^e-' a«ay. Fer-casEfr Rs> .mond MJies of Krushchev an uarno left oui aU jwrisdictton One highv.-ay patroiman s.-.:d "••rrarillu explained The torna dries . liie P ar t> together. Kiindredi? of the church, especis '"a new nsmt frsr the P2nr;E-d!r- -'-^re Touched of? "by 2 squall line'! -^useoyites on. the slreet oi^srde Juri-dicisoa. to wj is rmindtr road." fr< m rbe i3orth-.yest colliding with gave Them a rw.<.ih= eh-^er. . 'Methodist churches • rsP- f »"iX£Vi t • if-V.i *fi^•-_.--«. .r« -^ i - t- TX. ^i' "T 1 -^. : f <? TI?"t^ J5 T*<* T V-,i; n/?«ir i Viii"i /^^ ' """ " "~ •——~— _ The fresh usrbuJertt-e <^?\. . ..j,.,, jU5t as it appeared ihzi i.hc v-o- U-nt .weather of the pest fe\; 'd£v< rnti-h! be 5ivmg Texa> ^ r-r^-sir ing spell. .An earlier sornado and ih':;r>ri--r- Wj-cf Te.xa? had expired at S p n,, v.-lthoL't- reports of U:rU-.r!ence in J-'H' area. Thf-r, early in, ihe day. thr Am- W^j-Jher B-^reaij be^sn r«- .?. oi the. Cen;rsi Cc~- af'e-r their ejection. r^" 1 ..^^* ,^ r " d ; he c '-^'• Dr - Charles Allen, Houston, said: " ~l'rj'-> e-2 tu bo ! c he ihonsht some opposition came 1 ; he .can dar.ce from redal - prejudice. He said } _ ucrthern Methodists want to wipe < >d^ Siikar-K; left &u i S !} jnrisdicttonal lines within | specially the Central i which all Negro j belons, 1 thunder. ' Thh is a usual reaction....Here hey ~«* an e-<trerr.rly unusual rr--r:sr: t>f m o I = i u r r-bnan'n« ivj;:«." he adrf«i. A r&L'rosd engineer said one '!-r;! rt^fTjed ;•-. h<- riding tht* Death Ruled Suicide »V3CH1TA FALLS fAP> A • KENS-TV CKanrv«l 6 CBS 6:00 P. M. 2—Whj-Ivbirds Wednesday WOAMV 4 N8C KONO-7V ChanmM 2 ABT. a " " • .•...s-c.s-. <;.^ v.c::rs.2 a: &u fcome Tuesday night. .. ^^_ . , : u _. J'j'Sice of Peace HsSph Davia Fsid Mrs. S, C. V.Vxi; of Sh<-Mv- ~ a ;~ < " --'^ at: U ; VK. '-hut they dldn'i so sny- J 5 r. sn JS 5he American farmer's K"u r>rc ' ajis * Sne >" didrt "" - l: ^.'v. bv.sr foreign customer. buying iVitif'il W2 V 7f' ^^ ?r*~" * • ••• '' it *' '' " .,.-•.-••*•""" . * 1 ~*r~'- ^a*c^j:t.i *Ci iii tii-J3 Il3 Gl I"2 V» ^spoiled- one. larnado • cr, ':ottf;n. ^y beans, and harley. Wed.-Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. A THUNDERING NEW EXPERIENCE IN THRILLING 3-XIHG EXCITEMENT! m 1V«! -.- IB^^^^^M^^TV -J4-^r.ff. •CLALJS HOLM - e ERM A<N-£ DAMAP.". E.LMA KARLOWA ALSO HI NEW! AU TIIIUIXC! »u MSir: AU. IBBILLIKU: FAHIIOUSWORLD ^ OFjfflisVEfflE ^a Pt 5-4541* DRIVE I IN Wed.-Thurs. TONIGHT IS BUCK N1GHT-A CARLOAD FOR $1.00 FLAMINGO - Tonight TONIGHt IS BUCK NtGHT-A CARLOAD FOt $1.00 (!•£/ MONTAND | J^ LETS MAKE . 6:15 i— Ccmmen: S^-EKras- .KG •y -" *25 T — Almanac J^sr 6:30.^ 4— Wagon. TrEir, • " 9:00 P. c— U. S. Sieel Hcur- 4 — ?«fir Loves Msrr 2— Naked Cuy - — 7:00 P. M. 7:3C 6- — Danger Man Tne " Price Is 8:00 P.M. Kaxaj^n Eve P^rri- C;rr.o Snow • C ! — — 10.00 p. M. — : — 2—12 Star ' final ~ — Deadline TVewa : 5 — Xewsreel 1Q-.J5 '—Weather 4— Weather By D»wsoa 5 — Weather 10:20 2— 20lh Century Theater The Glass Kev 5 — Byline in-55 4— Sports iO:2S 4 — Pony Express 5— Bold Journey - n -on p. M. — . 6 — Bengal Lancers 4— Jack Parr Snerw 22:00 4 — Midnis-ht News (C) Denotes Color Program N Your Favorite Stars in your home on your TV screen - GALL TODAY - Two Convanient Hook-up Plans PERMANENT RENTAL Del Rio Television Cable Corf£ 312 Pecan PR 5-3568 Thursday Daytime 7:00 A. M. 2—A nun a.] Xir.gdcm 4—rT-'-^V 7:10 5—News 7:15 2—Exercises 6—Bums and AHea ?:30 2—News 8:00 A. M. 2—Troub!*; Wiih Father 8:15 6—Captain Kanearoo 8:30 2—Our Miss Brooks 9:00 A. M- 2—Eariy Shew The Big Clock 6—I Love Lucy 4—Say When. 5:30 4—PJay your Hunch 6—Video Village — 10:00 A. M. 4—The Price Is Rlzht (CJ 6^-Doubic- Exposurc- 10:30 4-T-ConcentrafJon 6—Suiprke Package T 11:00 A. M. — 12:33 6—As the World Turaj 2—Number Piease 1:00 P. M. r— — 6—Pace the Facts 2—About Paces 4—Jan Murray' Show 1:30 4—Loretta Young Theatre 6—House Party 2—Man From Cochise- 2:00 P. M. — 2—Day m Court *—Young Dr. Malont 6—Court Room 2:SO C—The Verdict Is Yours 2—Seven Keys 4—Prom These Hcoti 3:00 P. 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