Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 12, 1971 · Page 8
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8-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Monday, April 12, 1971 Air Force NCO Bringing $30,000 to Texas Family OAKLAND, Calif. (AP)- An Air Force NCO with a check for $30,000. raised by servicemen in Vietnam for two young Texans suffering from a rare, kidney disease, has stopped here briefly for a visit with his family before proceeding to Austin, Tex. "I had no idea I'd ever raise that much, "said Air Force S.gt. Robert Jones, who arrived Sunday. "After the word got around, money just started pouring in." Jones,of Turlock, Calif., was scheduled to leave here today, arriving in Austin at 8:45 p.m., where he will present the check to Gary and Paula Holt, who must spend 15 hours a week having their blood pumped through a purification machine. Jones was met here by his wife, Norma, their 13-month-old Two Teenagers Killed in Wreck ,BEEVILLE,Tex, (AP)-Two San Antonio teen-agers were killed as their car and a heavy truck collided shortly after 1 a.m. today. William Ward Hardeman, 16, was pronounced dead at the scene four miles south of Beeville on U.S. 181. His companion, Steve Manu- pelly, also 16, died two hours later at Beeville Memorial Hospital. son, Bobby, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James McCollum, all of Turlock, and went there with them to spend Sunday night. He was departing shortly after noon for Austin on a Continental Airlines flight. IN EAGLE PASS Jones said he read about the plight of Gary, 20, and his sister Paula, 17. in the Saigon edition of the Stars & Stripes. It said their parents could not afford some $20,000 needed for treatment. "All of a sudden I realized Nepotism Showdown Looms This Evening there was a way and the guys in Vietnam could help these kids," he said. Jones said he hoped at first to raise $5,000. "Instead, when people started talking it up, the money began coming in almost faster than we could count it. In less than two days I had $30,000 in my hand and the Air Force gave .me permission to fly back to the U.S. to personally deliver it to the Holt family on behalf of all the men stationed at Phan Rang who had contributed," said Jones, Phang E,ang is on the central coast. Jones said Vietnamese and Australian personnel as well as Americans contributed to the funds. DAVID HUME . School Attorney « Del Rio Back When. FIVE YEARS AGO April 12, 1966 Representatives from the Val Verde County Bar Association approached the commissioners, requesting the feasibility of setting up a County Law Library in the rear of the district courtroom. Ray Suarez will start for the San Felipe Mustangs who will battle the Pearsall Mavericks tonight in Roosevelt Park. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 12,1961 Mrs, Frances Manning was honored at Sam Houston Elementary School prior to her retirement after over 20 years as a teacher in the school. The Del Rio Jaycees have announced plans for their annual Teen-Age Safe Driving Road-E-O to be held at the Junior High School parking lot. **** TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 12, 1946 A nine pound beet with a 23-inch circumference was grown by Mrs. I.R. Simms. It made four quarts of canned beets as well as a generous serving for the family. Brownies of Troop 16, North Heights, made animals and Joe of new Rio Royalty "critters" of cork and modeling clay and displayed them in the window of the -Chamber of Commerce. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 12, 1941 Doyal Summitt and Bailey headed teams workers looking for members for the Del Junior Chamber of Commerce. Drury Wood, superintendent of the Del Rio Independent School District, announced that the 12-grade system will be placed into effect in the Del Rio school system. ***# FORTY YEARS AGO April 12, 1931 Plans have been completed for finishing of the east end of the Kinney County Highway from the Uvalde County line to Brackettville according to J.T. Terrell, representative from the district of the State Highway Committee. Uncle Jim McManus, a fisherman in this area for 40 years, says special pains will have to be taken to rid the lakes, rivers and streams in the Del Rio area of turtles if a fish hatchery is to be successful. Answer to Previous Puzzle EAGLE PASS—A showdown over the controversial state law on nepotism between former school board president Charlie Ritchie and current board president Enrique Jimenez is Methodist Bishops set for this evening in Eagle Bass. Ritchie was re-elected to the board this month after defying advise from board attorney David Hume who said in a written opinion that Ritchie is ineligible to serve on the board due to a relative's employment in the second district. Hume further advised Jimenez that he also would be in violation if he were to swear Ritchie into office, thus Jimenez had publically announced that he will not administer the oath to Ritchie. The former board president resigned in October of last year in order that his nephew could be employed as a migrant .; teacher. He later filed for $ re-election and won by an i|:|' overwhelming majority after •:•: being endorsed by a majority £: of the current school board g; members. :•:• State nepotism laws provide •3 that a person may not serve on a school board when that person has a, relative employed by the school system and has been so employed for less than two years. Meet in San Antonio SAN ANTONIO (AP)-Bishop John Wesley Lord of Washington was due to arrive tonight to preside over the spring meeting of the United Methodist Church's Council of Bishops, which convenes Tuesday. Bishop Lord is president of the council, which will study executive matters of the 11-million-member* church during the three-day meeting. A FOND FAREWELL-The Rev. Daniel Marin, M.Sp.S., a Catholic missionary stationed at Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico, recently drove his 1929 Model A Ford sedan from Saltillo to Eagle Pass, 300 miles, to trade it in on another second-hand car for his missions. The Model A was manufactured in 1929, the same year Father Daniel was born. The car -was already second-hand and old when it was put into the service of the Saltillo missions, serving such missions as San Juan La Lavaqueria, Lucio Blanco, Torrescillas, Castillo, among the 100 missions attached to the parish. Now old and weary, the Model A is retired from active duty and perhaps will be bought by a devotee of antique cars and put out into dignified pastures. - ACROSS 1 Japanese emperor 7 Royal seat 13 Liturgical vestments 14 Cured 15 Against (prefix) 16 Vegetable 17 Seaweed 18 Merry 20 the Terrible 21 Existed 22 Royal Majesty 23 511 (Roman) 24 Digraph 25 Elevator cage 27 Word of • negation 30 Frozen covering 34 Greek moon goddess 36 Juicy fruit 37 German emperor 38 Conciliatory bribe 39 Conger 41 Medical title 42 Auricle 44 Elected officials (colL) 46 Dower property 49 Lottery prize 51 Golf mound 52 Zone, in a way 53 Makes amends for 55 Beard trimmed to a point 57 Printing mistakes 58 Open a royal letter 59 Inferior 60 English novelist (1713-1768) DOWN Indian 7 Pronoun 8 Biddy 9 Etymon 10 Green garnets 11 Russian river 12 Paradise 19 Joan of —— 22 Stove or furnace 23 Fond hopes 24 Associate Chartered Accountants (ab.) 26 Request 28 Individual 29 Thrice (comb, form) 1 Large parrot 2 City in Italy 3 Potentates 4 Deeds (Latin) 30 Possessive 5 German . pronoun article 31 Dove sound 6 Siouan 32 Powerful potentates 33 American writer 35 Cover '40 Prevarication 43 Coins of India 45 Ethiopian ruler 46 Turn aside through fear 47 City in New York 48 Pillar of stone 49 Chinese money of account 50 Raison d'— 51 Former Russian emperor 52 Foundation 54 Summer (Fr.) 56 Canadian province (ab.) Recruits Sought For Peace Corps HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - A Peace Corps recruiting team will seek volunteers this week on campuses of Texas Southern University and the University of Houston. Frank Rodriguez, regional director of the Peace Corps in Texas, said the recruiters are looking for volunteers to teach mathematics, science and English in the Philippines and Ghana and nurses to fight communicable diseases, malnutrition and poor hygiene in Honduras. Air Force Gives Thailand Hospital BANGKOK (AP) - The United States today turned over a $2.6 million hospital the U. S. Air Force built at its Camp Friendship in northeast Thailand. The camp adjoins the Korat Air Base. The camp is designed for 100 patients and in an emergency can take 80 more. Much of the American Air Force stationed . at Korat has been moved to bases farther south. Fisher Among Solons on Panel At New Braunfels NEW BRAUNFELS, Tex. (AP)—Sen. JohnTower, R-Tex., and three congressmen were among the scheduled participants in the fifth annual Texas legislative seminar today. Tower was to give a luncheon speech and Texas Democratic Reps. O. C. Fisher of San Angelo, Henry Gonzalez of San Antonio and Olin Teague of College Station were to serve as members of a panel on national legislation. Among other scheduled activities was a program on state tax problems. About 500 persons were expected for the seminar. Two Easter Fires Here A general fire alarm was sounded shortly after 8 p.m. Sunday, sending 17 volunteer and five off-duty paid firemen to a residence at 306 Guillen St. Enrique Ramon summoned firemen to extinguish a blaze inside a wood storage room at the back of his house. Four pieces of fire fighting equipment responded to the alarm. The residence was not damaged and there were no , (Ntwipoptr fnttrpriM Aun.) injuries. ~ ~~~ , Earlier Sunday, firemen from Station 3 in San Felipe battled a grass fire at -the end of Cisneros Street near San Felipe Creek; however, there was no damage reported. ARE YOUR VOCALS COMINGTHROUGH? 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 ; 7754015 The ideal one-phone home. It's got just one room. So, naturally it needs just one phone. Is that how you live? The answer is probably no and yes. No. You don't live in one room. Yes. You probably live with one phone. That means you're running to answer a lot of calls. . And missing many. And also missing the privacy ajpj^rogm or den extension gives (-there's I'ittle private conversation possible in the one-phone home). Why put up with these inconveniences any longer? Consider how much more you get with an extension. 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