Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 5, 1971 · Page 2
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2-DEL RIO^TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Monday. April 5. 1971 VOTE TUESDAY ^s:s:*:;:sgs^ 'X; Eagle Pass Sets City E Ho/y Week Rites Sef I i Kinney Grand Jury Being Named Today Holy Week services in St. Joseph's Catholic Church have been announced by the Rev. ions resurrection of the Lord -and. wvr«jc-£jiA a v/a*jiw4iv wiiujLisiL iia w ocuvi j. w*i*j T»^ <wy»^,M*Mn/ wnio CdtSUrHllIlg It in txi da 11 It?* ll**l been announced by the Rev. commemoration pf Christ's signs. Scripture instruct* us to J.R. Velasco, O.M.L, pastor of redeeming act. We focus our have our lamps burning, the church. attention on Christ's total awaiting the return of our Services include Holy offering and love to his Father. Thursday with Masses at 4:30 The exercise of Charity in - -- - - today's world may likewise 1 EAGLE PASS-Two City Council posts are at ; stake in Storage Shed Burns Firemen fought three blazes Sunday with the most serious one the fire that destroyed a storage building belonging to the Del Rio Nursing Home. A general alarm was sounded at 10:25 p.m. Sunday for the blaze at the storage building, 306 Dignowity St. Twenty-two volunteers and nine paid firemen fought the blaze that destroyed the structure completely. £ Firemen were at the site until 11:15 p.m. Sunday. While they were at the Dignowity Street fire, a call came in on a grass fire on the right of way at the 900 block of East Ogden St. Two Injured As Car Rolls Texas Highway Patrol officers report that a car driven by 54-year-old Daniel Diaz of 503 W. 5th St., went out of control late Saturday night, ran off of the right side of Highway 90 East, went back on the road and overturned, injuring Diaz and a passenger, Oswaldo Gutierrez. Diaz who operates a plumbing repair service was reported improved this morning in the Val Verde Memorial Hospital as was Gutierrez, who works for him. the city elections at Eagle Pass Tuesday. One incumbent and one challenger are being publically supported by Mayor Auturo Floras and the other incumbent and challenger are being backed by Mayor Pro-Tern Auturo Garcia. Incumbent Leroy Slubar, who has campaigned on his performance while in office is being challenged by school teacher Frank Chissum. Fibres has been campaigning for Slubar and Garcia for Chissum in that race, In the other position, incumbent Pete "The Greek'' Mathiwoz, supported by the Mayor Pro-Tern, is being challenged by former Mayor Pro-Tern Francisco Villa who was defeated last year, in his bid for re-election. Villa is endorsed this time by Mayor Flores. . p.m. in English, 7 p.m. in Spanish; Solemn Adoration will be held from 8 to 11 p.m. and the Vigil for Peace win be held from 11 p.m. to 12 o'clock midnight. "At the Mass of the Lord's Supper, we rejoice in the institution of the Eucharist," Father Velasco said. "We celebrate the giving of the priesthood to the apostles. We recall the Lord's example of mutual charity in breaking bread with the apostles and ask for unity of faith." AT EAGLE PASS demand the total gift" of ourselves. In the ceremony of the veneration of the cross we ask that we may be able to sacrifice for others. " Masses on Good Friday will be at 1p.m. in Spanish and 3 p.m, in English. Holy Saturday will include . Confessions from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m. with a Spanish service at 6:30 p.m. Father Velasco said "This night is one of waiting for the Master. This night we see the Easter Candle as symbolic of the risen Jesus. leading his people. i(TheMasswillbe Easter Vigil)." Easter Sunday, the pr.iest said, "The stress is on the historical fact that Christ has risen from the dead. But also we recall how the Lord's resurrection is a fact with a meaning for us here and now; as members of the risen Christ we have access to a new life, the very life of God." Masses Easter are at 6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and at 6:30 p.m. BRACKETTVILLE-A Kinney County Grand Jury was due to be selected today at Brackettville. Twenty persons were called for jury duty, 12 to be selected to serve on the grand jury for the new term. District Judge George M. Thurmond will swear in the new jurors who will immediately go into session and begin hearing cases for possible indictments Officials expected to appear before the jury on criminal cases are District Attorney John Pettit, Texas Ranger Grady Sessums and Kinney County Sheriff J.A. Sheedy. Among the cases expected to come before the 12 jurors was an assault to murder case against Pedro Benitas who allegedly afsaulted Able Garcia on Sept. 30-of last year. Del Rio Back When. I 1 FIVE YEARS AGO April 5,1966 Twelve members of the Del Rio City Charter Commission board arguments for and against various forms of city government presented by local attorneys George Thurmond and John R. Foster. G.P. Brown, senior resident engineer of the Texas Highway Department of Del Rio, will appear before the American Society of Civil Engineers, at Corpus Christi to show his film on the new Devil's River highway bridge in the Amistad Reservoir Area. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 5,1961 Val Verde County, casting about a fourth of its potential vote, favored John Tower with 478 ballots in the special election with over 70 candidates to name a United States Senator to fill the vacancy created by the elevation of Lyndon B. Johnson to the vice-presidency. Veterans Committee To Award Scholarship Apparel Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Sleeveless garment 5 Head covering 8 Footwear 12 Boy's name 13 Mouth (anat.) 14 Bad actors 15 Sediment 16 Vigor (slang). 17 Word of sorrow 18 Potatoes (coll.) 20 Idolize 21 Female ruff 22 Siouan Indian 23 Lose vital fluid 26 Boiling 30 Master 31 Farm building 32 Afternoon social event 33 Japanese sash 34 Shield bearing 35 Air (comb, form) 36 Sycophants 38 Dress protector 39 Aged 40 Cleopatra's snake 41 Rings slowly, as a bell 44 Shoulder scarves 48'Paragraph in a newspaper 49 Took a chair 51 Irritate 52 Sicilian volcano 53 Hurry 54 Italian island 55 Horse color 50 Make a mistake 57 For fear that DOWN 1 Price 2 Operatic solo 3 Skin of an animal 4 Came into a room 5 Thicket 6 Exist 7 Semiliquid food 8 Darkening . 9 Ring of light 10 Persian tentmaker 11 Being (Latin) 19 Primary color 20 Solar disk 22 Leather bottle (Ital.) 23 Stain 24 Timber wolf 25 Assam silkworm 26 Salts (chem.) 27 Roman road 38 Roman_ • emperor 29 Profit 31 Reared 34 Lubricants 35 Clothing 37 Turkish robe 38 Sturdy tree 40 Showy flower 41 Row 42 Lad's name 43 Girl's name 45 Sly trick 46 Bachelor of Laws (pi.) 47 Chair 49 Pronoun 50 Atmosphere **** TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 5,1946 San Felipe High School Seniors observed their Kid Day program and picnic an annual affair of fun and foolishness. The 1946 Wildcat football schedule, including four games in Del Rio and four away? was released by Coach Jimmie Jacks. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 5,1941 The Del Rio Airport may receive $198,000 additional funds for construction during the year beginning July 1, 1941. If present appropriation plans of the Civil Aeronautics Administration are carried through. A special golf tournament will be conducted at the San Felipe Country Club golf course for Del Rio and Ft. Clark players as part of the entertainment planned for Ft. Clark Day here. **** FORTY YEARS AGO April 5,1931 That there are wealthy deposits of magnetic iron in the hills surrounding Del Rio is opinion held by Prof. J.C. Auger, Oxford University graduate now in charge of the ' school system at Portland, Ore. Staging a ' last 'inning* tally • k which produced two runs but not enough to catch up with or forge ahead of the Lulacs, the Marathon Oil Company's City League team went down to a 4 to 2 defeat at Cowboy Park. DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD Del Rio, Texas 78840 Published each afternoon except. , Saturday, and also Sunday Morning, by Del Rio News-Herald, Inc. Second Class Postage paid at Del Rio, Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-By carrier in Del Rio-S2.10. By mail in town or out of town- $2.10. ' Ben Woodson Publisher. ' Dan Bus Editor tma Jo Fleetwood .. Assoc. Editor; ^Carlos Sotelo Bus. Mgr.) i Ralph N. Skelton Cir.Mgr.' j Any erroneous reflection upon' the character, , standing or' : reputation of any person, firm or jsorporation will gladly be correctedr 'when such occurs in the columns of, {this newspaper and are brought to .the attention of the management. , The Publisher is not responsible, Ifor copy omission, typographical 'errors, or any unintentional error! that may occur other than, to makej [corrections after being brought toi {attention. Advertising accepted on' i this basis only. EAGLE PASS—THe Maverick County Veterans Memorial Committee announced Sunday that a $300 dollar scholarship will be awarded to a nigh school student in Eagle Pass. The funds are part of nearly $2,500 dollars raised by the group during the Memorial 1 Day parade and celebration last year. Committee chairman, Raul Rodriquez, said that applications for the scholarship will be taken from students in the Eagle Pass High School. Rodriquez said that in order to qualify the student must be the child of a veteran, academically qualified to enter college and must be in need of assistance in order to attend college. The scholarship will be made payable to the college chosen by the student. , A committee comprised of high school principal P.T. Armendariz, Herb Porter, Joe Turner and Auturo Garcia was appointed to screen 'the applicants and make recommendations to the committee on the final selection of the student. GAY 90 SUN.-MON.-TUES. 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In three days or the deal's off." ,., i Call your General Telephone business office to order one of these glamorous new Decorator Telephones. And if you only order the groceries over it, it'll still make peanut butter and milk sound like caviar and champagne. General Telephone

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