Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 14, 1971 · Page 12
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\f BOUNDARIES ERASED Integration Case Could Be Landmark BEiVS WORLD DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Wednesday, April 14,1971-13 TYLER, Tex. (AP) - U, S. Dist, Judge William W. Justice was studying an integration ; ase Tuesday inEast Texas that jjould dissolve present school district boundaries to achieve inte- jgratlon. I Pro-integration factions have J until recently not sought to Ibreak up school districts to get I a numerical balance of Negroes land whites in schools. The case under study by Jus- Itice involves 336 pupils in two [ all-Negro East Texas districts. But the case has wide ramifications since a large number of I East Texas school districts are now in court over the same issue. There is the possibility that justice may deal with all of the cases at once when he eventually rules on the case involving the 336 pupils in the new case. The hearing conducted Mon- dayconcerned the consolidation of all-Negro Butler Independent School District and St. Paul- Shlloh Common School District with one or more neighboring districts. The hearing lasted 10 hours. A broader case before Justice Involves eightNegrodlstricts in East Texas, along with the Tex- Drought Spurs Cattle Sales AUSTIN (AP) — Cattle sales are up 100 per cent in San Antonio and almost that high in Houston for the first week of April, Agriculture Commissioner John White says. White said Tuesday that soaring sales are apparently due to the dry winter and spring, whereby ranchers cannot afford to hand feed their stock. There has been little change In the Amarillo and Fort Worth stock yards, he said. Sales would increase', as the drought continues, he predicted. as Education Agency. That case opened last fall when suits were brought by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare and the Justice Department to dissolve all-Ne- groschooldistrlcts in East Texas. The suits, In addition, ask that the state agency be pre- ventedfrom allowing school districts to annex themselves from Drought In This Area AUSTIN (AP) - Five of Texas ' 10 weather regions are under severe drought and four are in a state of moderate drought, the Texas climatologist said Tuesday. Robert Orton of the National Weather Service said conditions in areas except the Lower Rio Grande Valley deteriorated within the past week. Orton said he makes the determination through a calculation of temperatures, rainfall and soil moisture values. Listed as severe are the Low Plains,North Central, Edwards Plateau, South Central and Southern areas of the state. Moderate drought conditions • exist in the High Plains, East Texas, Trans Pecos and Upper Coast. Here are the indices for the region, with the April 3 index given first and the April 10 index second: High Plains 2,'3-2:5. Low Plains 3.5-3.6. North Central 3.1-3.3. East Texas 2.7-2.9. Trans Pecos 1.9-2.0. Edwards Plateau 3.4-3.5. South Central 3.3-3.4. Upper Coast 2.6-2.7. Southern 3.1-3.2. Lower Valley l.S one area to another in order to sustain segregation of the races. The federal agency offered a proposal Monday that would consolidate the Butler district with the Fairfield Independent SchoolDlstrict. The two are sep- arted by about 25 miles. Both campuses wouldbe used, but the Negroes would be integrated Into both campuses. The HEW presented six plans in the St. Paul-Shiloh case, all of them, involving consolidation with neighboring districts. The districts are Buffalo, Centerville, Oakwood, Lone Star, and Tucker. Other cases being studied by Justice involve the Casin district in Morris and Titus Counties, Jeddo district In Bastrop County, Vernon district in Jgis- per County, Washington district in Nacogdoches County, White Rock district in Grayson County and Trahln district in Freestone County. Justice gave no indication when he may rule on the cases. Bent sen Sees Pan Am As Bicultural Leader EDINBURG, Tex. (AP)-Sen. Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr.. D-Tex., said Tuesday Pan American University can become a leader in the development of bicultural learning. Speakingata dedication ceremony for $12 million in campus improvements, Bentsen said education helps clear hiitdles and lower barriers. "Isee Pan American University as the front-runner, the leader in all of American higher education in the development of bicultural learning," he said. Mexico Air Routes The speech was Bentsen's first public appearance in the Lower Rio Grande Valley since he took over as Texas' junior senator in January. "Together, we in government and education, may yet be able to develop a balance between making a living and learning to live,"he .said. Bentsen praised university president Dr. Ralph Schilling, saying he was instrumental in the growth of Pan American. Favoring the new building complex, Bentsen said that 11 years ago the school had 1,800 students and a "motley assortment of buildings of debatable age." The school, he said, has now grown to an enrollment of 5,300. gained university status, added a graduate school, and the new $12 million complex of new buildings. Board of regents chairman Henry Morris Jr. of Me Allen made a brief dedication speech. Bentsen was introduced by regents vice chairman' Morris Atlas of Me Allen, who drew applause when he made reference to the Pan American University Broncs baseball team. Atlas noted that the university is now something the baseball team "can be proud of." . The team is now 35-4 for the season and is ranked No. 1 in the nation in a collegiate baseball poll © 1971 by NEA, Inc. 'I'm sorry, fella, I didn't know you had a kid in college. Maybe I can help YOU out!" IN DEATH OF NAVA Judge Garza Declines To Dismiss Indictment SQUAD CAR HITS MAN - i *.i ' Fatal Wreck Case Sent to Grand Jury BROWNSVILLE, Tex. (A*f)- A motion to dismiss an indictment accusinga former Cameron County deputy sheriff of violating the civil rights of a Mexican-American boy was denied Tuesday by U.S. Dist. Judge Reynaldo Garza, Nem Bryan was a county deputy Dec. 10, 1970, when Victor Nava, 14, was shot to death in a Brownsville alley. Witnesses said Bryan broke up a glue sniffing party. Bryan'tOWBtpwnSville police he shot the youth after he believed Nava was about to attack him with a knife. Officers said they found no knife at the scene. Bryan, who is scheduled to be tried in federal court here April i26,was first charged with murder in state court. A county grand jury failed to indict him on the murder charge and he was later named in a federal indictment alleging he violated Nava's civil rights by taking his life without due process of law. In the motion seeking to dismiss" the indictment, Brownsville lawyer Joe Walsh claimed the federal government had no Answer lo Pwioui PuuU Friendship AMARILLO(AP)- Asst. Police Chief Jim Keith said Monday the case of a fatal traffic accident followed by a police Shootout will be referred to the Potter County Grand Jury. Alejandro Casanova, 49, of Tulla was killed Sunday night when struck by a police car as he crossed an Amarillo boulevard. Patrdlman Jackie Roberts, 24, driver of the fatal squad car, said: "I never had a chance to hit my brakes." Casanova's body was hurled about 100 feet by the impact. Roberts said he summoned an ambulance and another officer to investigate the accident. Patrolman Stanley Wisenhunt said he arrived at the scene to see a man darting among parked cars with a rifle. Wisenhunt said he ordered the man to halt and fired at him only after the gunman fired first. After abrief exchange of gunfire, Wisenhunt said they arrested Robert Casanova, 27, the dead's man's son. The younger Casanova who lives at Channelview, was wounded in the shoulder. Del Back When. ACBOSS 1 self 6 Friends (Sp.) 12 Climbing plant 13 Hindu holy city 15 Lets out at interest 16 Enclosed foreign territory 17 Find the sum 18 Coterie 20 French girl's name 21 British gun 23 Roman bronze 24 Sunken fence 26 Bristle 28 Century (ab.) 31 Brazilian • macaw 33 Reconstruct 35 Compared 37 deValera 38 Poetic genre 39 British vehicle 41 dixit 42 Lower limb 43 Yakut river 45 Ranted 48 Mouth part 49 Seize 52 Vivify 54 Think 56 Flew a plane 57 Close friend (coll.) 58 Roman playwright 59 Sharpens, as a razor DOWN 1 Palm leaf 2Bound 3 Sign of friendship 4 Terminate 5 Chinese civet 6 Encourage 7 Crew (pi.) 8 Augment 9 Strong winds 10 Algerian Jurisdiction and that to try Bryan might place him in double jeopardy because he later might be tried in state court. Asst. U.S. Atty. Raul A. Gonzalez claimed the federal government has jurisdiction. Gonzalez also claimed that double jeopardy could not exist since facts in a civil rights case would have to be proved in a different manner than would a state charge of murder. Bryan has been free on a $5,000 personal recognizance bond since his indictment by the federal grand jury. - NixonOkay WASHINGTON (AP) - A Civil Aeronautics Board order granting Aeronaves de Mexico five new U.S. routes has been approved by President Nixon. The routes extend between Mexico City and Toronoto and Montreal by way of Detroit and Cleveland;Monterrey and Juarez and Los Angeles; between Cozumel, Punta Can Cum and Merida and Houston; between Ensenada and Tijuana and Santa Ana, Calif,, and between Monterrey and Houston and New York City. The CAB also modified the air line's existing routes to conform with terms of the recently amended U.S.-Mexico air transport agreement. Park Work Slated POLITICAL LOANS Wheatley Continues National Bank Probe In Poverty Areas HOUSTON (AP) -City coun- oilmen Tuesday approved plans lor Improvingfive parks in predominantly poverty areas. They told W. G. Scheibe. director of parks and recreation, he could spend more than $275,000 for the project. SAN ANTONIO (AP) - One month after the indictment of a local bank prompted a flurry of protests, federal officials said Tuesday they are probing only those loans made to political candidates by national banks. U.S. Atty. Seagal Wheatley said state banks are not being investigated "at this time." But he warned they cannot make contributions to candidates for federal offices. A federal grand jury indicted San Antonio's Frost National Bank last month on a charge of making a $7,500 loan to a 1970 campaign fund for Gov. Preston Smith. Smith and other officials protested the indictment vehemently. The governor said it was politically motivated. "Only loans made by national banks to candidates or candi- dates'committees willbe Investigated," Wheatlev said in a statement issued jointly with Texas' three other U.S. attorneys. "Loans heretofore made 1>y state banks to candidates in the ordinary course of business will not be Investigated." The loans "must have been made for political purposes," Wheatley said, adding that no national bank loan made before the 1970 elections will be investigated. State banks, he said, "should be reminded that as corporations they are prohibited from making contributions to candidates for federal offices." The investigation will center on national banks because they are specifically mentioned under federal law as prohibited from making such loans, Wheatley said. National banks previously had received instructions to this effect whereas state banks had not, he said. mmKS sanm nsas rafiSfi mmm igH 3 Miss Paper? 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Coleman Newman estimated two million visitors will be using the Amistad Recreation Area facilities by 1972. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 14,1961 V More than 3,000 visited the Science Fair at Del Rio High School where an exhibit by Mary Pettit, Susan McMichael and Marcella Rowland won first place. Hal Hermann, chairman, reported that a special meeting of the Del Rio and CJiudad Acuna Chambers of Commerce has been scheduled., TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 14,1946 The 1946 Redipak Cracked Ice sign was delivered to the local ice plant. The cracked ice idea was bom in Del Rip. Coach Jimmie Jacks' Del Rio Wildcats placed first in the Uvalde invitational track meet. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 14,1941 A new printed map oi the city of Del Rip is now on sale. The maps are complete and up to date. Mrs. O.D. Finegan was elected president of the Wildcat Band Sponsors. Chief of Police W.S. Brown pleaded with the driving public to drive more carefully in the city. FORTY YEARS AGO April 14,1931 J.C. 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