AT CRYSTAL CITY * Sanctions Move Termed Politics BERRY'S WORLD Si: DEL RiO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Sunday, April 4, 1971-5B S*:^^ "" Public Records SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Plans cial Investigating group to C rys- to recommend sanctions against tal City and Austin to review theC rystal City School District are "politically motivated," a Mexican-American educational group chargedTriday. Texans for the Educational Advancement of the Mexican- American (TEAM) also said it will investigate a probe conducted in Crystal City by the Texas Classroom Teachers Association (TCTA). A Mexican-American thttd party gained majority control of the Crystal City school board last spring, and it has fielded two more candidates in the trustees election there today. Leaders of the party predicted an easy victory. TEAM said it also will ask metiationai'Education Association to investigate what it called "the politically motivated recommendations for sanctions." TC T A s aid in Austin Thursday its Investigative arm decided to recommend sanctions against Crystal City schools following a visit to the predominantly Mexican-American town earlier this week. The recommendations will be made to the TCTA executive board. A TEAM spokesman said its directors voted to "send a spe- the TCTA The spokesman said officials of the 500-member group also will ask the Justice Department to review alleged harassment elected, officials and the school administration of Crystal City. TEAM will further seek a similar investigation by the State Advisory Commission on Civil Rights, the spokesman said. The controversy followed reports of ...what some termed "mass firings" of teachers at Crystal City. School Board President Jose Angel Gutierrez, founder of the Mexican-American Youth Organization, denied the reports. He said about eight teachers' contracts were not renewed, some because the teachers were past retirement age and others because they failed to carry out orders of principals or the superintendent. ' Also,2 3 teachers were advised their jobs cannot be guaranteed unless they correct certain deficiencies, such as obtaining proper teacher certification, he said. Be! Rio^— Back When Sft Literary Bit I FIVE YEARS AG$)/ April 4,1966 >:,j Candidates for/.rnayor as they appear on thfe'ballot are, Walter Grimm|||lfe, Luther Wipff, H. Cori^^pnes and Jose A. Bosquel||||pte newly formed Del Rwpal Verde County Health Department should be ready to' open by mid-April, Dr. B. 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Bligh 11 Rip 16 Eaten away 20 Type of architecture 22 Divests 24 Light touches 25 Musical instrument 26 Worldliness . 28 European city 30 Pack 31 Ripped 33 Bird appendage (Pi.) 35 Crowd together 40 One who pays attention 43 Certain daggers 45 Fabric 46 Afternoon social events 47 Lohengrin's bride 48 Soviet stream 50 Greek portico 51 Bristle (comb, form) . 52 Kind of examination 55 Conducted .- director of the department, said. O.B. Poole went two-up on the final hole of the San Felipe Club Championship match and defeated the . reigning champion,:. Don Gauldin, for the 1966 crown. TEN YEARS AGO April 4, 1961 Cesar Garza, a former Del Rio Golden Gloves fighter- won the 112-pound Open Division championship of the Golden Gloves in Chicago this year. Winding up their training season the Del Rio Hawks split a double header with a team from Musquiz, Mexico. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 4, 1946 Re-election of Mayor Frank Walton and City Commissioners M.L. (Bud) Whistler and Clarence Hereford will have no effect on appointed city employes, the successful candidates said. Cooperation in the Del Rio Garden Club's clean-up drive was reported by Mayor Frank Walton, who said city trucks have been busy in North Heights this week collecting debris gathered in the clean-up to be hauled to the city'dump. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 4, 1941 Efforts to make Ft. Clark Day highly successful and to ,, give the officers -of Ft. Clark and their ladies an opportunity to become acquainted with local residents are being made by committees of the Chamber of Commerce. Predicting a bright .fugure for the Del Rio agency of the California Western States Life Insurance Company, Balie T. Cantrell of Houston, state supervisor of the company, declared today that he was impressed by the optimism of Del Rio businessmen and ranchmen over business prospects. • FORTY YEARS AGO *^ April 4, 1931 Recovering some of their lost confidence after defeating Southern Pacific by a top-heavy score in their opening City League game the Wildcats of Del Rio High School swing back into action in their own district Interscholastic League race here with Hondo's Owls as opponents. MARRIAGE LICENSES Aby Adams ami Frances Marie Huddleston, March 26. Dennis Mllbum Howard and Paula Cecilia Castaneda, March 26. Richard Portugel and Frances Rodriguez, March 26. John Louis Hodge and Danielle Anne Dailey, March 29. Roberto Castanon and Maria Gloria Lopez Cuellar, March 30. David Jon GrandBois and Brenda Lee McElhannon, March 31. „*.£ "You know, Doctor, it's like being watched by hundreds of Spiro Agnews!" Boy, 15, Killed in Car Wreck KERRVILLE, Tex. (AP) One passenger died and two others were Injured as a car rolled off a country road Friday .night at a curve south of Ingram, which is 9 miles west of Kerrville. Officers reported Art Dickey, 15, of Ingram was pinned under the vehicle and killed. They listed the injured, also from Ingram, as David Sanborn, 16, and Danny Wood, DEEDS Andrew T. Valeacu to Arthur W. Williams, Lot 2, Block 1, F.A. Hunter. R.L. Bolding to Michael John Cassady, lot 13, Block D, Alta Vista Unit IL A.F. Mills to H.J.Y.. Mills, Volume 225, Page 57. Olivia Sanchez Trease to Armando H. Calvetti, Lots 19, 20, Block 56, Blum Addition. Arthur P. Smith to Jose I. Ramon, Lot 6, Block 51, North Heights Addition, Daniel T. Cobb to Alice H. Cobb, Volume 225, Page 68. Timothy B. Cobb Jr. to Alice H. Cobb, Volume 225, Page 70. Andres C. Hernandez to Zaragoza Roblez Valdez, Lots 5, 6, Block 5, Holman Addition. Buena Vista Development Cor. to R.L. Bolding, Lot 1, Block 4, Ceniza Hills, Unit L Buena • Vista Development Co. to R.L Bolding, Lot 8, Block B. Alta Vista Unit II. Buena Vista Development Co. to R.L. Bolding, Lot 6, Block 1, Buena Vista No. 2, UnitlV. R.L. Bolding to Dan William Lloyd Jr., Lot 5, Block 1, Buena Vista No. 2, Unit IV. Buena Vista Development Co. to R.L. Bolding, Lot 20, Block C, Alta Vista, Unit II. Pauline T. Rutledge to Paul E. Adams, N V4 Lot 6, Block' 17. Fifth Railroad Addition. Wesley Scallions to Paul E. Adams, N V* Lot 6, Block 17, Fifth Railroad Addition. James A. McNair Jr. ' to Sparks Gulick, Lot 8, Block E, Ricks Addition. * R.L. Bolding to Mark Mosher Warner: Lot 24, Block C, Alta Vista Unit IL 0 Amistad Land Co., Inc. to H.A. Pokomy, Volume 225, Page 116. *' Southwestern .Savings Asso'n. to Economic Enterprises Inc., W V4 Lot 9, Block 3, out of S l /2 Section 3, Division P, East Del Rio. Concepcion R. Hernandez to Castulo Hernandez Jr., Lots 8, 10, Block 55, Blum Addition. Sam B. Swinson to Walter Lee Howard, Lot 5, Block S, Second Railroad Addition. Jose M. Trevino Jr. to Jose Maria Trevino, Part 1, Lot 1, Block 3. Section 4, Division O. Sheriff, Val Verde County, Texas, to Donato B. Guajardo, Lot 5, 6, Block 4, Blum Addition? Cgstuio Hernandez to Donato B. Guajardo, Lots 13 to 20, Block 30, Blum Addition. Kenneth Ray Kent to Richard M. Price, Lot 9, NE V* Lot 8, Block B, Frank! Estates. Val Verde Park 'Development Co. to Pablo L. Reyes, Lots 35, 36, Block 16, Val Verde Park Addition. Carl W. Brite to J.G. Brite, Lot 8, Block 33, First Railroad Addition. . DIVORCES Frances Luease Cooner and Joseph Henry Cooner, March 'Patrina Hill Click and Lurnmie Click Jr., March 5. Rafael 0. Rocha and Angel L. Rocha, March 8. Bobby Leroy Phelps and Myra Gail Phelps, March 23. Stanley Melvih Jones and Marie Louise Jones, March 23. CAR LICENSES None. Miss Paper? CALL 775-3531 6t7 Weekdays 9-10 Sundays extraordinary Central Air Pre-Season Sale! 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