Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 15, 1971 · Page 2
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2-DEL RID (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALP, Thur*riay, April 15,1971 Eagle Pass' Raps School Support BEBRY'S WORLD Chamber to Appoint A mis tad Park Panel EAGLE PASS-Eagle Pass Mayor Auturo Flores, voting Tuesday night to approve the $1.776 million third year budget for the Model Cities Program, voiced strong objection to spending any more of the city's money on the Eagle Pass Independent School District. Fiores criticized the school system for "siphoning Model for their own asked that his school the new in the council Junior College Adds Divisions Special to he News-Herald UVALDE-Southwest Texas Junior College President Wayne Matthews announced today the creation of two new instructional divisions at the college to become effective with the Fall Semester 1971. The two new divisions, the Divisions of Fine Arts and Physical Education and the Division of Business Administration, were formed by dividing the responsibilities of the Practical Arts Division. The new Business Administration Division will hav6 responsibility for the college's general business curriculum and the new computer center. Adolph Gottschalk, an accounting instructor at the college, will head up the new business division. Gottschalk is completing his first year with the college. He previously taught nine years at Frank Phillips College, Bqrger, where he was chairman of the Business Department for four years. : Ed Stein will take over as chairman of the Fine Arts and Physical Education Division which will include drama, music, art, and physical education. Stein has been with the college for fourteen years, the last six of which he has served as chairman of the Practical Arts Division. President Matthews said for the past several years the college administration has made intensive efforts to expand the staff and program offerings in the areas of business and fine arts and that these programs had grown to the point where separate administrative status was necessary. Matthews also said he believes that this change is in line with the long standing policy of the college to provide the best . and most comprehensive education possible for the community it serves. Junior College Sets School Board Clinic Special to the News-Herald UVALDE—Southwest Texas Junior College in cooperation with the Southwest Texas Schoolmen's Association and the Texas Association of School Boards will hold its annual School Board Workshop at 6:30 p.m., on April 20, in the Imogen Tate Fine Arts Center. Keynote speaker for the workshop will be Jack McQuarry, an attorney with the law firm, McQuarry and Associates, Austin. McQuarry will speak on the topic of "The Local School Board and Tax Equalization." "Richard Teniente, president of the San Antonio Independent School District board of trustees will speak on ''Boardmanship: An Orientation to School Board Service." Dean Jerald Underwood, the coordinator of the workshop, stated that the workshop program should be of great benefit to all board members, but especially beneficial to those recently elected and that he hoped all area board members would make special effort to attend. •— Commerical Vehicles Need Base Stickers All commercial vehicles which require frequent entrance to Laughliri Air Force Base must now be registered on base, Security police officials announced today. Representatives of commercial companies are requested to report to the Pass and Registration Section, Building 4, near the main gate, prior to April 30 with evidence of ownership and certificate of state registration. They will also be required to state that all vehicles to be registered have a valid safety inspection, and that all drivers possess a valid driver's license. Representatives will be required to certify that all vehicles are covered by the minimum motor vehicle liability insurance as prescribed by the State of Texas. £ I Del Ri 0 — Back When. Cities money benefit." He objection to the projects included in budget be entered minutes of the meeting. The Model Cities program in Eagle Pass has spent over $1 million in the past two years constructing new schools. A new elementary school costing the city a half million dollars was opened at the beginning of the fall semester. Another half million dollars has been spent on schools now under construction in the city. The Mayor slapped at the school district for what he termed "siphoning" the city's money and not doing anything themselves. Several hundred thousand more dollars was approved for expenditures in school programs at Tuesday night's meeting of the council. The entire third year budget as approved by the council totaled $1,776,000 million and was approved unanimously with Flores exception to the school project portion. Law Day Essay Contest Set At Eagle Pass Special to the News-Herald EAGLE PASS-The Veterans of Foreign Wars Ladies Auxiliary in Eagle Pass have announced plans to observe "Law Day" and will conduct a theme contest for fifth and sixth grade students. According to a spokeswoman for the group, students in the grades included will submit written themes entitled "Why I am proud to be an American." Money prizes will be awarded to first and • second place entries in each class. Rotary Club Gets Report On Youth Meet Two Del Rio High School students who represented the city at the Rotary International Student Congress presented the program for the Rotary Club at noon Tuesday in the Roswell Hotel. Kristine Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kelley, and Neil McMullian, son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Allie McMullian, attended the conference sponsored by Rotary District 584 and the Eagle Pass and Piedras Negras Rotary Clubs March 25-28 in the twin cities of the Rio Grande, Eagle Pass, Tex., and Piedras Negras, Mexico. The students told of their experiences at the conference, mentioning numerous discussion groups and the social events planned for the occasion. Tuesday's program was in charge of David Trent. _ "frank, / think you ought to prepare yourself —you know, just in case Potion doesn't win!" Appointment of a special committee to work for designation of the Amistad National Recreational Area was authorized by the board of directors of the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce Wednesday. The panel to be named by Chamber President John Dickehut will work for Congressional appropriation of funds for development of recreational facilities at the huge international reservoir by the National Park Service. The board accepted appointment of George Copeland to the board to replace John Reynolds, who has moved to Odessa. The one-year presidential appointment of Herb Whitis to the board was also approved. The board heard a report that 22 new members were added to the organization's rolls in March and that the membership committee plans to announce a full-scale campaign in the near future. The * board authorized the Chamber of Commerce to serve as co-sponsor for the second annual' Amistad International Regatta, to be held June 11-12. The sailboat competition which attracted 42 entries its initial year is expected to draw more than 100 this year. The civic affairs committee reported that it is co-sponsoring a Cinco de Mayo celebration and is promoting a city-wide cleanup campaign the last week of April. The board authorized attendance of manager George Gregg at a South Texas Chamber of Commerce Leadership Conference on Padre Island on April 22-23 and at the General Assembly of the International Good Neighbor Council in Tampico, Mexico, on April 29-May 1. Silas Byrd, H.W. Monzlngo, Don Summar and John Dickehut will attend; an international tourism conference in Monterrey, Mexico, on May 14-15. About 80 Pupils In Uvalde Boycott UVALDE, Tex. "(AP) - About 80 Mexican • American pupils walked out of school Wednesday to observe the anniversary of a boycott of classes here a year ago, officials said. returned to school but the dis- : pute remains unsettled. Oscar Awards Tonight HOLLYWOOD (AP) - The 43rd annual Academy Award ceremonies unfold tonight amid glitter, glamour and added suspense: Will George C. Scott win the Oscar he says he'd refuse? Scott, long critical of competitive aspects of picking Oscar winners, has denounced the yearly extravaganza as a "meat parade" with "contrived suspense." If he wiris for his powerful portrayal of the World War n general In "Patton," the academy says, his Oscar will be accepted by the film's producer, Frank McCarthy. And what might McCarthy say as stand-in for his recalcitrant star, who is movie-acting in New York? "I haven't given it a thought," said the producer. The evening's presentation of 22 Oscars is scheduled for telecast by NBC at 10 p.m. EST from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion of the Music Center. Bob Hope, making his 16th guest appearance during the ceremonies, will head a list of so-called best friends of Oscar who serve in place of any single master of ceremonies. Others who will present the gold-plated statuettes include Gregory Peck, Sally Kellerman, Goldle Hawn, Harry Belafonte, Maggie Smith, Burt Bacharach, Angle Dickinson, Shirley Jones, Glen Campbell, Sarah Miles, Joan Blondell, Jeanne Moreau, Merle Oberon, Burt Lancaster, Walter Mat: thau, Steve McQueen and Janet Gaynor. Scott Is the only major nominee absenting himself for personal reasons. Assignments prevent others' attendance. Glenda Jackson Is movie-acting on Cyprus, and Maureen Stapleton is performing in a New York play. Costar Jane Alexander is to accept the, Oscar for James Earl Jones if he wins as best actor for "The Great White Hope." Jones is starring in "Othello" at another Music Center theater and the play prevented his acceptance although he is scheduled earlier on the Oscar show as a presenter. Feature films made in 1970, and thus eligible for consideration, totaled 374. The five nominated for Oscars represent tradition vs. the contemporary: "Patton," "Airport"and "Love Story" suggest yesteryear's box-office hits while ' 'M-A-S -H'' and "Five Easy Pieces" have a racier new style. Nominees for best actor, besides Scott and Jones, are Melvyn Douglas in "I Never Sang for My Father;" Jack Nicholson, "Five Easy Pieces," and Ryan O'Neal, "Love Story." For best actress: Miss Alexander, "The Great White Hope;" Miss Miles, "Ryan's Daughter;" Carrie Snodgress, "Diary of a Mad Housewife;" Miss Jackson, "Women In Love," and All MacGraw, "Love Story." I FIVE YEARS AGO April 15, 1966 Bob Matzig was named head football coach and athletic director of Del. Rio High School. More than a million and a half pounds of wool will be offered by the two Del Rio wool warehouses in sealed bid sales. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 15,1961 Bill E. Mansfield will be installed as the new president of the Jaycees. A new Post Office building costing approximately $125,000 has been authorized for Del Rio. **** TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 15,1946 Mrs. Henry Horn, president of the Del Rio Garden Club, announced that more than 300 exhibits were 1 displayed at the club's first flower show since the end of the war. The Democratic Executive Committee : of Val Verde County prepared a resolution asking that the name of Coke R. Stevenson be added to the ballot for Governor of Texas. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 15, 1941 Ruby Heine, Mildred Calk and Jeanine Falaney were among the award winners in the safety poster contest sponsored by the North Heights Elementary School PTA. Mrs. Paul J. Poag, president of the Del Rio Music Club, made committee appointments for the coming convention. **** FORTY YEARS AGO April 15,1931 Del Rio's police force is beginning to appear in new summer uniforms. Plans have been accepted for remodeling Val Verde County Courthouse and jail. 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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, jfor copy omission, typographical More than 500 Mexican-Ameri-! errorS( or any unintentional error, 1 can pupils took part In the six- ithat may occur other than, to make! week boycott last year. It {corrections after being brought to 1 stretched through the end of the intention. Advertising accepted on: spring term. The pupils have ,ihj s basis, only ; Supt R. E. Byrom said general absences in the 3,800-pupll school system were slightly above normal for this time of year. He said the exact number of Wednesday's boycotters was not known, although at least 77 pupils went to class that morning and then walked out. The Mexican-American Parents Association, a local group that presented a list of grievances to the school board a year ago, announced the commemorative boycott Monday. Leaders said It would last one day only. THURSDAY OGRAM KENS-R <5-CBS "} K5AT-TY :fc 2.ABC • 4-NBC; KLRN4V KWEX-TV CH6 CH 6 3 «W'- Corner Pyle* :30 :45 Popeye^r :00 t15 :30 :45 Mi- Love Lucy Stump the Stars* Afternoon Movie "Country Fair" Rory Calhoun, Show* // Dick Van Dyke Rawhide Wordsmilh Cathedral Folk Guitar III 5 :00 ns :30 :4S News qt Five* CBS News* Jane Neigh 5:25 Cartoons* ABC News* S 7 :00 Hazel* Family Affair* :00 :1S :30 :45 Jim Nabars Variety Hour* Ch. 12 Report^ it Alias Smith/ Eacly Report* , NBC Nightly News* Early Report* The Flip Wilson Show* Bewitched^ Ironside* Thursday Movie* "Panic In The City" Night Danny Thomas* IDon August* I 9 :00 :15 :30 :45 Howard Duff, Linda Cristal 1 ] " IThis is lYour life* Adam-12* T971 Academy Award* Presentations* 10 :00 :15 :30 :45 Channel S Report* Merv Griffin 11 :00 |15 :30 12:00 Poslor's Study . .; 12 Star Final* Weather.Newi* late onnery TV-4 News* It ' Sign-off N 0 A F T E R N 0 0 N P R 0 G R A M S Comicos Y Cancione* En San Antonio Fray Escoba Noticiero Cadenai De Anguitia Lucecita* ji jSimplemento IVivir la Criada Bien Criada El Relrato D« Dorian Gray Casa Juzgado La Frontera Noticiero Sign Off FRIDAY * COLOft fROGRAM KENSJV :00 KSAT-TV 2-ABC 4-NBC KWEX-TV CH6 KJt30 'Flintstohes* ~:45 " I 7 :00 CBS Now** :15 "/ :30 Cartoons* :45 7:40 Los Nines* 8 " JO* Captain tIS Kangaroo* :4S . 9 sOO The Galloping :15 Gourmet* :30 Beverly ;45 Hillbillies* W :00 , Family Affair* :1S :30 love 'of life* . :4* -.."'••'• n 'to Wh. the Hearth :15 CBS News* :30 Search For :45 Tomorrow* 1 m f% :?0 Noon News* 1 J tt5- Our Town* : • ^ :30 As the World •^:4«t Turns* 1 :00 Love is a Many flS Splen'd Thing* :30 Guiding Light* : :4J ^%:00 Secret Storm* T:1S Xti30 Edge of Night* m •:« - " 3 :00 Gomer^Pyle* ':30 ;'j->eve the ;4S -r* j Wtoo • ; A tU flfttlO 1 lovo Lucy j, '^:45 5 :00 Newt at 5* HI " :30 CBS News* -M " \ M:9» Hazel* J% :1 * " • / , (9:30 The interns* / ' ^ :|$ f " ' [ Classroom* Seven* n H '> . 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