Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 8, 1971 · Page 10
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 10

Del Rio, Texas
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Thursday, April 8, 1971
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{Utilities Going n at UCO Park Installation of electricity n d water systems for the nnited Civic Organization Park 5J£S today and the city nfficials have requested the £3J of Chihuahua to help Up the park area clean of 3 and litter. . Beginning of the work was •nnounced by Leo Martinez at S regular UCO meeting Wednesday night in the UCO Hall. .. .... Progress on the project the UCO is promoting showed that thetwo teams, including the Heavies with Simon Torres Jr. as captain and the Leans, headed by Bob Garcia, are in a ' dose race. In the project, the UCO will give away a $175 certificate at the American Legion Post 595 barbecue May q ' Plans for the annual Fourth of July barbecue at Moore Park were made at the Wednesday Boys Club Board Meet Set Tonight The board of directors of the City of Del Rio Boys Club wilt meet at 7:30 p.m. today in the Chamber of Cpmmrnerce Building, Al Yanelli, president, announced. Richard Thomas, executive director of the Middle Rio Grande Development Council, has accepted an invitation to be present to discuss aid which. might be available to the presently-organizing group, which hopes to institute its first programs for youngsters of the city at the beginning of the summer vacation. night meeting. The UCO will again sponsoc a Little League team and practice is slated to start April *>* A place to practice is a P 26. needed 'since underway on itself. the work is the UCO Park A stand will be set up by the UCO at the Guadalupe Festival April 25 and UCO members are cooperating with Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish in staging the event. Members voted to have A. tlarcia, Small Business Administration representative, at one of its meetings with the public invited to, attend. The time for the meeting will be announced later. The UCO will again offer its annual Joe Gonzales Scholarship to a student at Del Rio High School or San Felipp High School planning to attend an college or The scholarship will screen the for the $400 Members of the Fred Flippen, Johnny Miguel, accredited university. committee applicants scholarship. committee City Councilman Martinez, Oscar San are Bob Garcia, Freddy Hinojas with Mike L. Fernandez as chairman of the group. Water Board .1 Seeks Grant The City of Del Rio Utilities Commission this morning authorized City Manager James A Hester to sign a request for 50 per cent matching funds from the Department of Housing and Urban Development with which to install additional water and sewer main lines in the city. Texas Soldier Killed in War WASHINGTON (AP) - The Defense Department announced " Wednesday that Army Pfc. Peter L. Winter, husband of Mrs. JoC. Winter, 108 East Bluff St., Woodvllle, Tex., was killed in action in the war in Southeast Asia. Hester said that the project will cost nearly $150,000 and the city is seeking to obtain $75,000 of that amount from the federal agency. Harold Shepherd, city water superintendent presented the annual report for the fiscal year ending March 31 and it was approved by the commission. DEL RiO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Thursday, April 8, 1971-11 DISTRICT AWARD Goodman Honored As Top Optimist p ™ r Walter Goodman, president of the Del Rk> Optimist Club, was honored as the South Central Texas District's Outstanding Optimist in a surprise presentation at the meeting of the organization Tuesday night in Holiday Inn. Sam Pasley, secretary-treasurer of the Optimists, made the presentation or the Outstanding Service Award certificate of Optimists International on behalf of Edward S. Potts, governor of the district who paid the Del Rio, club an official visit March 20. % He checked on progress of the club during the six months that Goodman has served as its president and, on the basis of his observation, named Goodman for the South Central District Outstanding Service Award certificate. Goodman was recognized for his outstanding devotion to Optimists and for his exceptional service to the Del Rio Club, Potts called Goodman "a great Optimist member" and wrote he deemed it an honor to be acquainted with a man held to be "the very finest." For the evening's program, Maj. Warren Jennings showed a film on United States planes in action during World War IL A former Optimist, Paul Dillon, was re-enstated to membership at the Tuesday night meeting. ___ j Why be a $97 weakling... DEATHS EASY DOES IT-Bertha, one of the performing elephants coming to Del Rio on Wednesday; April 14, is withjtie Carson and Barnes Five-Ring Wild Animal Circus. The city of tents will be located at .the Val Verde County Fairgrounds for performances at 4:1 5 and ., 8 p.m. on circus day. The appearance here is sponsored by the Good Neighbor Committee. Special discount coupons available at Southwest Appliances and Jeffery's Shoe Box. Gaylor O. Doughty Rites in San Antonio are Wind Warning Flags Fly at Lake Amistad Kill Estate For Site L LEGAL NOTICE Winds blowing out of the southeast at 15 to 30 miles per hour today have sent wind warnings up at Lake Amistad, to stay up until 8 o'clock tonight. Temperatures were to be a little warmer this afternoon and tonight and again Friday with the high forecast for Friday in the mid-80s. Low tonight wfll be in the mid-50s. Low" this morning was 48 .degrees, 10 degrees warmer LOTS POft SAL! RIVER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE 100x150. Located on the Rio Grande Rjyer.Excellent location Must see to appreciate. A-Frarae house for sale.Excellent for river lots or lake lots. Nicely furnished. Also—8x35 Richardson Mobile Home.Call 775-7155 for appointment or write to PtGvBox 1019. L-5 I WAMT TO LEASE Large company interested in leasing approximately 2 00 <0 acres for customer DEER HUNTING. Please contact: Bob Ransonette, P.O. Box 7398, Houston, Tex. . LAKE PROPERTY L-8 SAN PEDRO CANYON' ESTATES John Y. Long & Son : South Main. . .775-3561 LEGAL NOTICE PRE-PILING NOTICE PURSUANT *. TO THE PROVISIONS OF THE COMMUNICATIONS ACT OF 1934. AS AMENDED NOTICE 6 „ „ r M . „ IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT TH ROUGH FRIDAY. WESTERN PLAINS _____ _ BROADCASTING CO. INC. APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF ITS LICENSE TO OPERATE STATION KDLK, ON 94.3 MCS. GERALD R. MAZUR IS OWNER OF 100 PERCENT OF THE CORPORATION STOCR-ANB— IS PRESIDENT OF THE COMPANY. ELINOR R. MAZUR IS VICE PRESIDENT AND CURTIS ROBERTS IS SECRETARY 1 MEMBERS" OF 'THE 'PUBLIC • WHO DESIRE TO BRING TO THE COMMISSION'S ATTENTION FACTS CON CERNING THE OPERATION OF THIS STATION SHOULD WRITE THE FCC, WASHINGTON, D.C. 20554, NOT LATER ^HAN JUNE 3, 1971. LETTERS SHOULD SET OUT IN DETAIL THE SPECIFIC FACTS WHICH THE WRITER WISHES THE COMMISSION TO CONSIDER IN PASSING ON THIS APPLICATION. A COPY OF THE LICENSE RENEWAL .APPLICATION AND RELATED MATERIAL WILL, UPON FILING WITH THE -COMMISSION, BE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC INSPECTION AT SUITE 307 IN THE DEL RIO NATIONAL BANK BUILDING, DEL RIO TEXAS DURING BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS 8:30 AM. TO 5:00 P.M. MONDAY Bible Bit Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Hebrew, patriarch 6 Apnsllf; surname d Peter 11 Eludes 31 Mutilate 32 Altitude (ab,) 33 Unit of weight 34 Central Caucasian 36 Tauter SBSinbad'sbird 40 New Guinea than the minimum of 38 degrees Wednesday morning. Moderate to strong south •winds fanned most of Texas today and skies were generally •clear. An exception was the far West Texas sector west of the Pecos River, into which a weak cold front extended southward from Eastern New Mexico. About the only effect was a mild north wind at El Paso. Gaylor O. Doughty of San Antonio, former resident of Del Rio, died Wednesday in a hospital there. He was a nephew of Bryan Linney of 300 E. 1st St. in Del Rio. Rites were to be held today at 4 o'clock in St. Luke's Episcopal Church in San Antonio with the Rt. Rev. J. Wilson Hunter and the Rev. Henry B. Getz officiating. Burial was to be made in Mission Burial Park under the direction of Porter Loring. Doughty was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church and a former vestryman of that church; he was a member of the Texas Cavaliers, the San Antonio Country Club, Conopus Club and was a past president of the Town Club. Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Almeda Towns Doughty; his daughters, Miss Almeda Towns Doughty and Miss Flora Day Doughty, all of San Antonio. When we can build you up with one extraordinary Ralph H. Harris III Funeral Rites Today Last rites for Ralph H. Harris III, 31-year-old attorney, were to be held at 3 p.m. today in St. Phillips Episcopal Church with burial in Hillcrest Cemetery under the HHI=J l=3l=IS 15 Except that 16 Powerful explosive 17 Samuel's teacher 19 Vietnamese holiday ,20 Roman bronze 22 Thoroughfare 25 Pardon, as sins 28 Rowing implement 29 Ankara n Indian 30 Wrongly (prefix) Old Testament 48 Venerate 51 War horses 52 Bellowed 53 Conditions 54 Opposed to lee (geol.) DOWN. Uoke 2 Genus of grasses 3 Teamster 4 Poem , 6 Oriental coin 7 Sick ' 8 Encounterer 9 Beginning 10 American cartoonist 12 Observe 13 Become 18 World War II boat {ab.) 21 on the Mount 23 Vexes 24Church festival 26 Intends 27 Noun suffix 5 Son (Hebrew) 30 Feast day (comb, form) 33 Seesaw 34 Grampus 35 Bullfighter 36 Test by the tongue 37 Auricles 39 Is concerned 40 For fear that 42 Make a mistake 44 Scatters, as hay 46 Dress edge 47 Editors (ab.) 49 Goddess of the dawn 50 Huge tub Court to Hear Zoning Squabble LICENSEE OF STANDARD BROADCAST STATION KDLK, DEL RIO; TEXAS IS REQUIRED TO FILE WITH THE FCC, NO LATER THAN MAY 3, 1971, AN APPLICATION FOR RENEWAL OF ITS LICENSE TO OPERATE STATION KILOCYdLE'S. GERALD R. MAZUR IS OWNER OF 100 PERCENT OF THE CORPORATION STOCK AND IS PRESIDENT OF THE MAZUR^S'VICE PRESIDENT AND CURTIS ROBERTS IS SECRETARY. MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WHO DESIRE TO BRING TO THE COMMISSION^ ATTENTION F ACTS CONCERNING THE CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION Sealed proposals for constructing 33.915 miles of District'No. 22 Seal Coat From St. 85 in Carrizo Springs To: 0.5 ML S. of Asherton; Fr: 1.2 ML S of Batesville To: Frio C/LFr: Zavala C/L To: 3.0 Mi. & of Big Wells on Highway No. US 83^ FM 117, 1867, covered by C 37-6-39, C 236-3,12, C l799-2 : 4 in Dimmit, Zavala County, will be received at the Highway Department, Austin, until 9:00 A.M., April 27 1971, and then publicly opened and redd. Plans and specifications including minimum wage rates as provided by Law are available at The office' of L.R. Wetzig, Resident - Engineer, Carrizo Springs, Texas, and Texas j Highway Department, Austin. > Usual rights reserved. I CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION EAGLE PASS—A petition for an injunction against Eagle Pass physician Auturo Batres has been filed in District Court asking that he be enjoined from further construction of a medical clinic in a neighborhood area classified under city zoning ordinances as a residential area. The petition was filed by two residents of the neighborhood on Ceylon Street where Dr. Batres is converting a home into a medical clinic and office. The case will be heard before District Judge George M. Thurmond on April 16. According to the zoning ordinance a private business may be operated from a home in the area as long as there is no more than one employe and provided the owner of the business lives in the home where the business is located. Dr. Batres lives in Piedras Negras Mexico and practices in Eagle Pass. He has a staff of several people. The Eagle Pass City Council has had formal discussions about the case but has taken no action. The complaining neighbors now say that they have decided not to wait for the city to act and will pursue the case in district court. direction of Rushing-Estes Funeral Home. Harris, who was well known in legal circles in Del Rio, died of a heart attack at 12:50 p.m. Wednesday. He-served as law clerk for U.S. District 'JUdge D.W. Suttle of San Antonio in June, 1965, and in that capacity visited here for sessions of United States District Court, Western District of Texas, Del Rio Division. 6 .j-,.. \ He was to haye oeen here for Federal Court next Monday. He was bom Dec. 28, 1939, in Temple, Tex. He graduated from Tulane University Law School and from. Southern Methodist University in Dallas. He was a director of the Edwards Underground Water District, his term slated to end Dec. 31. Survivors include his widow; a son, Randal Harris and a daughter, Cynthia Ann Harris; his lather, Ralph H. Harris Jr., all of Uvalde; two brothers. Tom P. Harris of Uvalde and M.W. Harris of Atlanta, Ga. We have no idea what you need money for. It doesn't matter. Come to the Extraordinary Bank for a Personal Loan. We'll build you up and never let you down. It b extraordinary what we can do for yon if yon let os. ""—-- xtraordinary Bank.* del RIO Bank \nt> tuust company Member F.D.I.C. (Newspaper Enterprise Aisn.) Hospital Notes VAL VERDE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admitted Wednesday: JoAnne " Foster, Blanca Montemayor, Francis Hill, Thomas Mefkle, Stephanie Hill, Carol Wade, Elida Zertuche, Rene Amezcua, Marcellina DeLeorr, Patsy Garza, Rosa Maria Garcia and Valdemar Jimenez. Discharged Wednesday: Macario Vela Jr., Mario Guerra, Maria Del Carmen Frias, Ora Mae Brown, Edna Moreno, Rosalinda Cobos and Maria Sollidad Serrano. GREEN'S JEWELERS EASTER TREASURE HUNT Del Rio and San Fell Sealed proposals for constructing 13.735, miles of Grading, Structures,. Base & Surfacing Prom Catarma To La Salle County Line on Highway No. RM 133, covered by RS 364(3) in Dimmit County, will be received at - the Highwa Department, Austin, until 9:0 A.M., April 27. 1971, and then AVAILABLE JJ '"li,m^'o^r, 4J TM-nublicly opened and read. INSPECTION AT SUITE 307 IN T he State Highway Department,. THE DEL RIO NATIONAL * nu accordance wfth the APPLICATION. A COPY OF THE LICENSE RENEWAL APPLICATION AND RELATED MATERIAL WILL, UPON FILING WITH THE COMMISSION, BE AVAILABLE FOR PUBLIC y 0 ~» u j ---_r.;--i-T<-k m accordance with the BANK BUILDING .DEL RIO, SovbtaSfbf -Title VI of the TEXAS DURING M THE g£g Rights Act of 1964 (78 BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS g£» 25 |v and the Regulations 8:30 A.M. -to 5:00 T P.M. ... th ^j & Department of i MONDAY THROUGH !&,5brt»tiftn (IB^C.F.R,, Part . 8), issued pursuant to such .Act, — hereby notifies all bidders that it Will affirmatively insure that the FRIDAY. ' ' . PRB-FILING NOTICE ' FKhr*lLawu«uii^ contract entered into pursuant PiTP/qilANT TO THE tq: this advertisement will be PROVISION S OF THE awarded to I thd •' lowest f COMMlftnCATIONS -ACT OF responsible .bidder without SSJv ^AMENDED NOTICE discrimination on the ground of is fcEREBY XSIVEN THAT race, color, or national origin. WESTERN PL A INS Plans »nd specifications BROADCASTING CO INC;, Including minimum wage rates as LICENSEE O F F. U\ provide J by Law are ^variable at BROADCASTING STATION the office of L.R. Wetzig, KDL&S^RK). TEXAS is Resident Engineer, . <^"«> REQUIRED TO FILE WITH Springs, Texas, and You ho longer are restricted to one style of CLASS RING! One person's idSS. of QUALITY! Come in TODAY and COMPARE—see if this isn't -the type of ring you would like to wear, and take advantage of these options: Quality Synthetic Stones Mascots Under the Stone Initial^ .Under the Stone Whiteor Yellow Gold Inlaid Initials Diamond Tops IN THE MODERN MAIVJVE ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^\^^^^ 6 Week Delivery • Teenage Accounts Welcome Green's Steady Date One Diamond-12*88 Diamond Cultured Pearl Reg. $49.95 N O W $39.95 BLUESTAR SAPPHIRE 'R«fl.$129.96 NOW $99.0? 6 Dlamon Matched Bands Reg. $109.90 14 Kt. GOLD POST EARRINGS HtltUO- s 631 S. Main 775-7434 ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED. THE * FCC, NO 1 LATER ' 1 THAN AN Spr Hig , , hway Department, nght * reserved - Texas Austin. ^^^^ i ..MI H is ! i;i- >•• ' i •'' • Green's 631 S. MAIN ST. 775-7434 ALSO SHOP fiMM'S •VlCtORI'A ••DEL RiO •SAN ANTONIO • LAREDO • EAGLE PASS

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