Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 16, 1971 · Page 2
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2-DEL FtJO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Friday. ApriM6. 1971 IN ALIEN CASE Wichita Falls Found Guilty Here A jury in the U.S. District Court of Judge John H. Wood Jr. Thursday found T.E. Hall Jr. of Wichita Falls guilty on all four counts of an indictment charging him with transporting aliens. Judge Wood set June 1 for sentencing. The law provides a penalty of five years imprisonment and a $2,000 fine or both on" each count as a maximum sentence. In other U.S. District Court proceedings Jose Hernandez-Salgado had a suspended sentence revolted by the court after he was determined to have been guilty of violating the provisions of his suspended sentence. He will now have to serve a nine month term in prison. George Edward Picazo was arrained on five counts of entering the U.S. without registering as an addict. He pleaded guilty to the first three counts and was'committed to the attorney general under the Narcotics Addict Rehabilitation Act, Title IL A plea of not guilty was entered by Elpidio Hernandez-Sepulveda charged with two counts of smuggling and concealing goods. His case was set for trial on June first Laughlin Plans New Mobile Home Park DEATHS Rites Set at Alice For Natt Martin, 84 Natt Martin. 84-year-old veteran Val Verde County ranchman, died Thursday in Alice, Tex., where he resided with a daughter, Mrs. B.J. Sealy. Martin was a brother of Mrs. Georgia Kelly of Del Rio. Rites will be held in Alice at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Survivors include a son. Palmer Martin, of Odessa- daughters, Mrs. B.J. Sealy of Alice, Mrs. Mary Holder of Seadrift, Mrs. T.ICChaddock of Cuero and Mrs. Wayne Barber of Ontario, Canada; one sister, Mrs. Georgia Kelly of Del Rio; a brother, Buck Martin of Clifton, Ariz., and a number of grandchildren, nephews and nieces. Mrs. Aurorb Sifuentez Dies, Services Pending Mrs. Aurora Sifuentez, 53, died Thursday in a San Antonio hospital. Mrs. Sifuentez resided at 111 Jodobo Drive in Del Rio. She was born March 30, 1918, and had resided here for. years. Funeral arrangements at Don's Funeral Chapels had not been made by noon today. Her husband, Leo Sifuentez, survives. Fifty-four mobile homes at Laughlin will be relocated if Congress appropriates funds to Air Training Command for housing improvements. Laughlin civil engineers are designing a new mobile home park near the noncommissioned officer housing area on Base. The actual relocation of the units, and work on the new park will not begin until the funds are appropriated, CE officials said ATC has programmed approximately $1.8 million for FY 1972 improvements to family housing and mobile home sites. The funds will provide outlets for electric dryers at Craig AFB, Ala., Mather AFB, Calif., Lowry AFB, Colo., Keesler AFB, Miss., Sheppard AFB, Tex., and Webb AFB, Tex. The funds will also be used to improve 50 mobile home sites at Laredo AFB, Tex., and relocate the 54 mobile homes at Laughlin, 87 at Lowry and 52 at Reese AFB, Tex. The Project Volunteer Workshop, which convened last December in San Antonio, recommended that actions be taken to improve family housing and mobile home facilities. Construction of 558 new housing units is scheduled to begin within about 90 days (200 at Williams AFB, Ariz.; 200 at Moody AFB, Ga.; and 158 at Keesler). Architect/Engineer proposal for an additional 242 units at Keesler is scheduled for April 30. ATC Civil Engineering officials said that the command will continue to provide maintenance and repair to substandard housing. However, extensive substandard authorized. -> units ing is of not Measure Proposes EXPLOSION (ABOARD this Southern Pacific switch engine caused considerable damage but no injuries shortly before noon today as dieset fuel ignited the engine while it sat idle in the Del Rio yard. Here firemen are shown fighting the blaze with CO2 extinguishers. (News-Herald Photo) Switch Engine Explodes Harvey Wesley Brown Rites Set Saturday Drink Vote Here In Del Rio Yard Today By LEE JONES Associated Press Writer AUSTIN (AP) - Texas House members debated today the Senate-passed liquor by the drink bill after hopes revived for May 18 local option mixed drink elections. Tentative approval today would set up a final House vote Monday and return the bill to the Senate for action on Amendments, Rep. DeWitt Hale of Corpus Christ! tried Thursday to bring the bill up. for immediate House vote, but the 85-56 roll call was a few votes short of the two- thirds majority needed to suspend rules and debate the measure. The bill's backers claimed the measure had to be passed and signed by Gov. Preston Smith by midnight Friday to get liquor by the drink on local option ballots in 46 counties May 18, the same day as a statewide election on constitutional amendments. This, they said, was because of a 30-day notice requirement for local option elections. But after failure to bring the bill up for debate Thursday, Hale said, "I think maybe we were misinformed about May 18, I think 20 .days' notice will comply with the (notice) requirement to get it on the May 18 ballot." Docket-Heavy Today In Maverick County The bill would require a local option election on mixed drinks May 18 in each area that is "wet" for all alcoholic beverages and located in a county that approved the liquor by the drink constitutional amendment Nov. 3. For this to happen, the House would have to approve the bill by a two-thirds majority and the Senate would have to accept House amendments by a like margin. Smith, who promised to sign the bill, would have to do so in the next week or so. Some of Texas' top tourist areas are among the places where local option elections May 18 would be mandatory. These include GalvestonC oun-- ty, El Paso County. Nueces County (Corpus Christi), Bexar County (San Antonio), Webb County (Laredo) and Harris County (Houston). The House Liquor Regulation Committee, which rewrote parts of the Senate bill, refused pleas by drys to limit cocktail service to restaurants and hotels. Instead, the bill would permit bars dedicated to the sole purpose of drinking hard liquor, perhaps with a splash of water or other mixers and maybe a bowl of peanuts. Licenses to serve liquor by the drink would not come cheap. A Southern Pacific switch engine exploded shortly before noon today causing extensive damage to the engine section. There were no injuries reported, however, firemen from the Central Station were fighting the blaze in the engine compartment with CO2 extinguishers after water would not douse the burning diesel fuel. A spokesman for Southern Pacific, T.F. Gallington, Road Foreman of Engines, said at the scene that the explosion was, "very unusual." He said, "This is the second one I have seen in 25 years." According to Gallington, the explosion and fire was the result of fuel getting into the crankcase and igniting. He said that a definite cause would not be determined until the engine is taken apart to be repaired. The explosion occurred as the engine was setting idle hi the Del Rio Yard about 200 feet west of Main Street. Harvey Wesley Brown, 78, died in a local hospital Thursday. He had resided here for five months. Graveside rites will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in Oak Lawn Memorial Park with the Rev. Fred Wiesen, pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Military honors will be paid at the grave, since Brown was a veteran of World War I. He was bom March 4, 1893 in Grafton, N.C. and was a self-employed photographer. There are no known survivors. We have some excellent goitars and small amps, that are availlble at .a very reasonable price. Elmo Lopez Music Center 415 S. MAIN 775-8015 News-Herald Coverage Cited The Del Rio News-Herald was cited in this month's issue of the AP Round-Up for its prompt and accurate coverage of a February train collision in Shumla, which claimed two lives. A News-Herald reporter and photographer were on the scene of the fatal wreck shortly after it was reported at a point some 50 miles from Del Rio. The News-Herald fed prompt information to the Associated New Postmaster Named for Uvalde DALLAS (AP)—New postmasters for Texas towns were announced today by W. L. Crawford, director of the Dallas Region of the U.S. Post Off ice. The appointments are effective April 17. The appointments, effective April 17, were made by Postmaster General Winton Blount on the recommendation of a regional management selection board and do not require confirmation by the Senate. Thomas E. Cox, 58, officer in charge of the San -Antonio Post Office since October since the death of Poster Dan Quill was named postmaster. He is a career postal employe with 34 •^years service. The new postmaster at Me- Kinney is Billy Cope, 45, who has been acting postmaster since August 1968. He is a former city'manager of McKinney. Arthur B. Anderson, 54, who has served as officer in charge of the Uvalde Post Office since January, was named new postmaster. Press bureau in San Antonio and it was quickly given statewide attention by the wire service. TRIO AY Miss Paper? CALL 775-3531 6-7 Weekdays 9-10 Sundays Weotof PROGRAM KENS-TV ;5-CBS "! KSAT-TV ; 2-ABC ' WOAI-TV . / 4-NBC. * KIRN'TV CH 6 7 tlS :30 :45 The New Andy Griffith Show-fc Nanny & Professor-^Partridge Family^8 :00 :1S :30 :45 CBS Friday Night Movie "Powderkeg"* Rod Taylor, That Girl* II Odd Couple* Tho Name of the 9 Dennis Cole 10 :30 **L :00 •30 National Polling DayAr Strange Report* Channel 5 Report-^ Project Terror ll 2 Star Final* |Weother,Sports* Late Movie* TV 4 Newt* H Tor.ight* Capital Eye* 11 Face to Face n Capital Report Firing Line* Community Int. Course of Our Times* Fanfare* KWEX-TV ' CH 6 Un Mundo Noi Vigila Simplemenle Vivir Musica y E. Mussart'A- El Retrato De Dorian Gray Lucha Libre La Frontera Defendants in forty-one criminal cases will be arraigned today before Judge George M. Thurmond in 63rd District Court at Eagle Pass. The nature of the offenses charged against the defendants was not shown on the arraignment docket, however, those scheduled to appear today were: Vicente Martinez Ruiz of CrystabCity, Donald R. Wilson of Midland, Nicanor Yanez of Quemado, David Powell of Dallas, Robert W. Johnson of Wichita Falls, Robert S. Jensen of Hal ton, Antonio Reyes, Eagle Pass, Carlos Riojas-Torres, Crystal City, Eliazar Alvarez, Crystal City, Steven Aguilar, Fort Hood, Juan De Hoyos, 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 Rio, Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-By carrier in Del Rio-$2.10. By mail in town or out of town- $2.10. Ben Woodson Publisher Dan Bus Editor Ima Jo tlleetwood .. Assoc. Editor Carlos Sotelo Bus. Mgr. Ralph N. Skelton Cir. Mgr. '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 than, to make corrections after being brought to attention. Advertising accepted on this basis only. THE MEXICAN KITCHEN 807 LOSOYA WELCOMES ALL , WHO ENJOY DELICIOUS MEXICAN FOODS TO DEL RIO'S FINEST. Closed Mondays Eagle Pass, Erasmo Banda, Eagle Pass, Pedro Martinez Hernandez, Eagle Pass, Jesus Garcia-Rios, Eagle Pass. Rito Rubio, Del Rio, Armando Gonzalez, Eagle Pass, Armando Espinoza, Eagle Pass, Jesus Martinez Duran, Eagle Pass (two cases), Juan Jose Resales, Eagle Pass (two cases), Juan Jose Rodriquez, Eagle Pass, Ramon Perez, Eagle Pass, Roy M.. Ison, Hondo, Frank Luevanos Jr., Eagle Pass, Guillermo Gaytan, Eagle Pass (two cases), Robert Gutierrez, Eagle Pass, Antonio Reyes-Dominguez, EAgle Pass, Henry R, Engleman, Sabinal, Aaron Ibarra Lopez,Eagle Pass, (two cases), Paul Hartcraft Jr. Eagle Pass. William Ray Pemberton, Quemado, Thomas J. Macheck, St. Louis, Mo., Carl Irving Wheat, San Marino, Calif., Juan Manuel Sanchez, Piedras Negras, Mexico, Stephen P. Baker, Fort Hood, Rogello Martinez, Eagle Pass (two cases), Alfredo Rosales-Reyes, . Eagle Pass. Jose Angel' Dedesma, Eagle Pass. Appearing as attorney for the state will be District Attorney John Pettit of Del Rio. The state fee would be $2,000 the first year, $1,500 the second year, $1,000 the third year and $500 annually thereafter. City and county governments each could charge an additional $250 annual fee after a place had been selling mixed drinks for three years. Area Counties Listed for Vote AUSTIN (AP) - According to, the Texas Alcoholic Beverage ' Commission, all or part of these counties would be required to hold local option elections on mixed drinks May 18 under the liquor by the drink bill pending in the House: , Aransas, Austin, Bee, Bexar, Calhoun, Cameron, Colorado," Comal, Dallas, Dewltt, Duval, El Paso, Fayette, Fort Bend, Galveston, Gillesple, Goliad, Guadalupe, Harris, Hidalgo, Hudspeth, Jefferson, Jim Wells, Kendall, Kenedy, Kerr, Kinney, Lasalle. Lavaca, Loving, Maverick, Medina, Nueces. Presidio, SanPatricio,Starr,Sutton, Tarrant , T ravis, Val Verde. Victoria. Washington, Webb, wharton, Wilson, Zapata. RITA 746 S. Main 775-3443 NOW SHOWING B.O. Opens 2:453:17- 5:17-7:17 -9:17 runaway hilarity when DONKHoTTS vuns down CilV HAIL... RSAL PICTURE -TECHNICOLOR*..'— RtAME AFi<S<S ss2> GAY 9O BIG THREE UHIT *« e * 1 «"-: ALL 3 RATED R ,;; „ - ' =„;•>.<. <:,«;; Hwy. 90 East 775-4541 TONITE & SAT. B. O. 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