Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 9, 1971 · Page 2
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2^-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Friday/April 9, 1971 AT UNION STOCK YARDS Heavy Cattle Runs Reported SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Cattle from parched South Texas ranches are streaming to market here at a pace reminiscent of the drought of 1956. A spokesman at the San Antonio Union Stock Yards said it has handled 92,300 cattle since January. This is the largest total for any similar period here since 1956, when 97,000 were counted during the same months, reported Phil McFall, livestock market reporter for the Agriculture Department. "So far this year we're running 43 per cent over last year," McFall said. He added that the heavy cattle run should not be blamed entirely on the drought, however, because price levels are among the highest since 1951. Cattle trucker Bill Ploetz of San Antonio said the drought has left many cattle thin and weak and that "a lot of cattle are on the market now that really shouldn't come until late this summer." He said numerous cattlemen are selling now because there is little grass to be found. Pearsall trucker George Thompson said he has been filling his trucks withhay-for their return trips to Sotfth Texas. Two Laughlin Employes Get Service Awards Emilia L. Lomas and Randall P. Martin, civilian employes in the Communications, Armament and Electronics Branch of the 3646th Field Maintenance Squadron at Laughlin Air Force Base, have been awarded 10-year -certificates of service. Lomas is a radio and navigational aids repair man. He specializes in bench repair and overhaul of the airborne radio transmitter/receiver. Martin ,is an avionics instrument repairman. His duties include overhauling aircraft instruments and instrument transmitters. "Unless we get a tremendous amount of rain," he said, "there won't be any grass made to go intothe summer or fall." Thompson and othersi reported large shipments of cattle for this time of year. He said he has eight trucks at work and "I could use 20 more trucks thanI'vegot."r Complaints Keep City Police Busy Del Rio police were busy Thursday and today investigating a series of complaints from residents and visitors to the city. Jimmie Combs of Laughlin Air Force Base reported at 12:30 p.m. Thursday that someone had entered his apartment at 107 Margarite Lane and stolen a .22 calibre pistol. There was no indication how the intruder made entry into the apartment. At 1:05 p.m. police answered a burglary call at Lowe's Courts at 101 Texas St. The owner reported that someone had broken a window on the east side of the building and entered but nothing was repprted missing. A 16-year-old r Ciudad Acuna boy was arrested at 5:30 p.m. after he was nabbed shoplifting a pair of bathing trunks from Neisner's Department Store. The youth also had a pair of blue jeans which he said that_ he had stolen from Lane's Department Store earlier in the day. A customer at the Holiday Inn reported at 9:40 p.m. that someone had taken some fishing equipment from his boat which was parked outside his room at the motel. The Holiday guest said that two Garcia reels and two rods were taken in the theft. This morning at 2:15 police were investigating a burglary from a car parked at 219 Avondale. The owner, Mrs. James P. O'Grady reported that the culprit had taken^n eight-track stereo tape deck and eight tapes from her '68 Oldsmobile Cutless convertible. Gilberto Medina reported this morning that an intruder had entered his lounge at 609 De La Rosa and stolen a case of beer valued at $1.10. The report was filed at 9 this morning and police are still investigating. Lions Hear Band Music by the Del Rio High School stage band entertained members of the Del Rio Lions Club at the-, regular luncheon meeting at noon Thursday in the Roswell Hotel. The stage band, directed by Carlos Garcia, offered a wide variety of numbers, including rock and popular selections. •= Program chairman for the day was Dr.HermanRathke.Maj. Warren Jennings showed a film on United States planes in action during World War II. A former Optimist, Paul Dillon, was re-enstated to membership at the Tuesday night meeting. Junior High Teacher's Purse With $200 Taken Mrs. Teresa Rodriquez reported to police Thursday that $200 in cash and some checks disappeared from her purse at Del Rio Junior High School as she talked with News-Herald photographer Katy Morgan. The cash and checks were contained in a gold zipper bank bag that was in her purse, according to her report to city police officers. Mrs. Rodriquez said that she laid the purse, with the bank bag inside, down on the steps in the auditorium as she talked with the reporter for about 10 minutes. When she returned to it, the bank bag was missing along with its contents. Mrs. Rodriquez did not state DEATHS Mrs. Lois C. Mills Services Set Saturday HERE COME THE CLOWNS-lt is always a big moment for all children from 8 to 80 when the funsters make one of their several appearances during the Carson and Barnes Five Ring Wild Animal Circus when it comes to Del Rio on Wednesday, April 14, for two performances at the Val Verde County Fairgrounds under the sponsorship of the Good Neighbor Committee. Advance'tickets are now on sale at discounted prices. Four Young Women Become Sky Marshals Mrs. Lois C. Mills, 72-year-old widow of H.J.Y. Mills, died Thursday at 7:45 a.m. in Houston. Mrs. Mills resided at 702 N. Main St. in Del Rio until Maldonado Rites Pendln EaglePass EAGLE PASS—Funeral arrangements for Ramon M. Maldonado ST., 67, were incomplete today at Yeager Mortuary here. Maldonado»died Thursday in Maverick County Memorial Hospital here. He was born Nov. 22,1903, in Mexico. Survivors include three sons, Ramon Maldonado, Joaquin Maldonado and Eduardo Maldonado, all of Eagle Pass; daughters, Luisa Maldonado, Mrs. Delores M. Cordona, Mrs. Margarita M. Hernandez and Mrs. Carmela Viesca, all of Eagle Pass; a brother, Juan Maldonado of Eagle Pass; his widow, Mrs. Manuela Maldonado of Las Mines; 22 grandchildren. recently. Last rites will be held at 3 tun. Saturday in Lytton Springs in Caldwell County, Tex. .with burial there. Mrs. Mills was born Sept. 4, 1898. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Mildred Pearson and Mrs. Jo Ann Chenault, both of—Houston; a son, Paul Mayse of Eugene. Ore.; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; five stepsons,-Henry Mills Jr., Will 0. Mills^Max Mills, Al Mills and Ingram Mills of Pandale. how .much the checks amounted to, but they were endorsed on the back with a rubber stamp "Aurora's Flowers." Police officers searched the area of the school but were unable to find any trace of the missing bag. According to a report filed by investigating officers, several students that were seen in the vicinity, were bemg questioned. One-Car Crash Claims Life GEORGETOWN, Tex. (AP)— James Moncrief, 21, of : Dallas was killed about 12:30 a.m. today as a car ran off Interstate 35 and overturned in Georgetown. A companion, Robert Bernal, 20, also of Dallas, suffered multiple fractures. He was taken to a Georgetown hospital, faster Bunny Suggests You Shop ADAM? FLOWERS for every blooming thing THE HIGH HAT will be CLOSED Until Further Notice Our sincere friends and re-open. thanks, to all of you who have been our patrons. You will be notified when we FRIDAY Del Back When. FJ.VE YEARS AGO April 9, 1966 Mayor H. Conger Jones, City Commissioner G.W. Cox and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Linkous attended the San Antonio meeting of the Region 7 Texas League of Municipalities. Lin Hicks of Sonora entered Double Exposure in the Class 9 1964 Stallions and won both that division and the Grand Champion Stallion division for the 1966 Del Rio Quarter Horse Show. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 9, 1961 Del Rio High School won four firsts in the Texas Interscholastic League literary meet in San Antonio. Red 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 1 Rio, Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-By carrier in Del Rio-S2.10. By mail in town or out of town- SZ.10. Ben Woodson Publisher 'Dan Bus ., Editor Ima Jo Fleetwood .. Assoc. Editor 1 . Carlos Sotelo Bus. Mgr. ; Ralph N. Skelton Cir. Mgr. i Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standing or reputation of any person, firm or (corporation will gladly be corrected when such occurs in the columns of this newspaper and are brought to the attention of the management. The Publisher is not responsible for copy omission, typographical errors, or any unintentional error that may occur other th'an, to make corrections after being brought to attention. Advertising accepted on this basis only. Bradley and Morris Taylor moved into the upper bracket semi-finals of the Championship Flight of the San Felipe Country Club Golf Tournament. **** ; TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 9,1946 Jesus Montemayor, president of the Villa Acuna Chamber of Commerce, announced plans for the development of the Villa Acuna-Zaragosa Highway. Virge Bowen opened .a new bowling alley at the corner of Avenue Fand Sixth Street. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 9,1941 Business in the Del Rio post office reached the high figure of $7,047 for the month of March closing out a record uarter. Miss Mary Ellen nson was elected president of the Business and Women's Club. ****.• By klLL NEIK1RK Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) — Handy with pistols and the karate chop, the first women sky marshals say they have no doubt of their ability to deal with airline hijackers. "I feel I'm as capable as a man, in fact more qualified than some," said one of the four attractive women who graduated Thursday from a four-week training course from sky marshals. All but one of the girls said they had no fear of facing air pirates. The fourth said: "I think anyone would be apprehensive. You'd be foolish if you didn't. But I feel confident I can do the job." The young women, all single 'and in their 20s, insisted on anonymity, and so did the Treasury Department, which trained them for the Federal Aviation Administration. Including one who has never flown before, they said there was little hesitation to try for the jobs when they learned of them through Civil Service examinations. "I don't think we had any doubts," said a dark-haired one. "We knew the training we would receive would make us well prepared to handle the situation." , As are all sky marshals, the girls are trained in use of firearms, judo and karate and how to handle a hijacker aboard a commercial flight. "If you're familiar with a gun, I think that helps," one, a former secretary, advised women who might want to apply. "You have to be physical enough to ride horses, play tennis, or chase your brother around the block," said another, a former technical worker for the government. "Just be sincere," another said. "Be sincere that you want to do the job, and not just for women's liberation or anything like that." The four joined 80 men at the graduation ceremonies, the 16th sky marshal class trained at Fort Belvoir, Va. They will join a force of about 1,000 sky marshals, technically customs security officers, on Monday. Like their male counterparts, the women will be paid a start' ing annual salary of $5,853 to $8,098, depending on qualifications. Eugene T. Rossides, assistant secretary for enforcement, said addition of the women to the sky marshal force will make it doubly hard for the potential hijacker. "Before today," he said, "the hijacker was only looking around at the male passengers for a sky marshal. Now, he's not so sure." * COLOR PROGRAM 7 :00 :1S :30 :45 KENS-TV , 5-CBS it II The New Andy Griffith Show* KSAT-TV . 2-ABC Nanny & Professor* i Partridge Family* WOAI-TV KLRN-TV 4-NBC^ ' CH 6 tl it The Name of ihe Game-fc Capital Eye* tt . Face to Face ti KWEX-TV CH 6 Un Mundo Nos Vigila Simptemenle IVivir Car Kills Man At Eagle Pass 8 :00 :15 :30 :45 9 :30 EAGLE PASS—Ramon Maldonado Sr., 67, was struck and killed by a car as he crossed busy U.S. Highway 277 Thursday night one-half mile northwest of Eagle Pass in the Seco Mines addition. Acco rding to the investigating officers at the scene the elderly man was hit by a car driven by Victor Domingues Rios of nearby Quemado. Rios and his wife were reported taking their son to the Maverick .County Memorial Hospital for treatment of an ear ache when the accident occurred. Maldonado's death marks the fourth traffic fatality in Maverick County this year. Three of the four occurred in the county and one inside the Eagle Pass city limits. This latest fatality is still under investigation and no charges have been filed. 10 11 -.00 :15 :30 :45 :00 si 5 :30 :45 BS Friday •light Movie Tarzan And The Jreat River"* \ike Henry | Channel 5 ieport* Project Terror 'The Wolfman" That Girl* It Odd Couple-^ n Love American Style* It 12 Star Final*, Weather,Spor1s* late Movie* "Redhead from a tt tt a Strange -r • Report* , ; ; // TV 4 Newt* ti Tor.ighf* a Capita! Report // Firing Line* ' it Community. Int. • Course of Our Times* Fanfare* tt Musica y E. Mussart* El Retrato De Dorian Gray Lucha Libre -ii " «.«'•• ti lLa Frontera n Noticiero 41* it Claude Rains, Lon Chancy "The Invisible Man" Wyoming" Maureen O'Harra, Alex Nicol [Washington 'Week* Sign Off SATURDAY Quality Flowers Designed with Care. 307 E. 8th 775-6066 6 :00 :15 ;30 :45 Farm News* (6:15) Across fhe Fence* (6:45) RFO Newsreel* 7 Bugs Bunny- Road Runner Hour* m The Know* 8 :00 :30 •if- ! °° Sabrina and The !l5 Groovie :30 Goalies* :45 In The Know* Kinder En Ingles* D. & Goliath* Tomfoolery Show* Heckle and Jeckle Show* ! FORTY YEARS AGO April 9, 1931 Two representatives of the United States Bureau of Fisheries declared after a visit to Del Rio that the spring water supply is excellent for use in a fish hatchery. Forty doctors are expected in Del Rio to attend the quarterly Medical Society meeting. A 114-pound panther, was killed on T the Phil Bode ranch near here. ARE YOUR VOCALS COMING THROUGH? If not check with us, we've got a custom 300 P.A. for rent. . . for more information call or come by. Elmo Lopez Music Center 415 S. MAIN 775-S015 RITA 746 S. Main 775-3443 B.O. OPENS 2:45 STARTS 3:00 NOW SHOWING ALLMUAMMTTU Josie and The Pussycats* Globetro.tters* In The Know* Archie's Funhouse* ti In The Know* Lancelot Link* Jerry Lewis* a Double- deckers* Hot Wheels* II Sky Hawks* Woody Woodpecker* Bugoloos* Sesame Street* Doctor Dolltlle* The Pink Panther* The Toy That Grew Up* "Cops, Comici and Girls" n :00 Scooby Doo* H.R. Pufnstuf* a Here Comes The Grump* :30 :45 The Monkees* •n The Know* Motor Mouse* Hardy Boys* Hot Dog* THE NEWCOMERS faced every challenge to claim a dream! YOUR HOST • -Julio Castillo acarena DON'T MISS THIS GREAT SHOW! . "EL GRAN DAMIAN" i . Champion of Dental Strength ; Also Appearing •' ^ 1 V LOSUXMAL , Folkloric Dancers and Singers From Yucatan , . ^ Your M.C Jose Cruz Floor show nightly 9:00 and 11:00 P.M. RACHEL MUNOZ Sophmore Class Favorite 70 . 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