Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 16, 1971 · Page 8
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8-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Friday. April 16,1971 Jury Due Back In Brackettvilie BERRY'S WORLD B RACKETTVILLE-The jury was due to return for further deliberations at 1 p.m. today in the Kra! vs. Darden case which is being heard before District Judge George M. Thurmond. District Clerk Alvin Hall said this morning that the jury deliberated until after 9 p.m. Thursday night before being excused. They were due to resume this morning but a rancher on the jury was rained in on his ranch overnight and unable to get to town. The Pay Hike Proposal For Rail Signalmen Fort Stockton _ judge reset deliberations for this afternoon. Daniel Krai is suing Catherine Gail Derden for damages resulting from an automobile accident. Meanwhile, Judge Thurmond is hearing cases in Eagle Pass today and will go to Brackettville this afternoon to receive the verdict there, should they reach one. WASHINGTON (AP) - A presidential board has recommended pay hikes of up to 42 per cent over the next 42 months for railroad signalmen who had threatened a nationwide strike. The proposal could form the basis of a contract agreement in negotiations between the National Railway Labor Conference and the Brotherhood of Railway Signalmen which represents 10,000 signalmen. Wild Animals The Labor Department, in announcing the recommendation, said the 42-per-cent raise would go to signalmen now earning $3.81 an hour. That would raisethe pay to $5.42. Increases for monthly-paid signalmen would be /Computed under a different formula, The Associated Press erroneously reported Thursday the recommendation Involved pay of railroad enginemen. Aniwer to Previous Puzile ACROSS 1 Timber 5 WUd animal of cat family 10 Television's predecessor 11 Raise 14 Forefinger 15 Withdraws 16 Footlike part 17 Shade tree 19U.S.coin 20 Compass reading 21 Emmet 23 Girl's name 26 Recording device 28 Female deer 31 Mane3 animals 33 Spotted animal 35 Wild donkeys 37 Titled 38 Soak flax 39 Instrument 41 Depend 42 Record (coll.) 43 Play division 45 Oriental nurse 48 Theatrical abbreviation 49 Hawaiian garland 52 Graceful antelope 55 Wild hogs 57 Gradual loss of soil 58 Perissodactyl .t mammal \(co!I.) 59 Hindu sacred writings 60 Top quality (coJl.) DOWN ILose influence 2 Inequalities 3 Untruth 4 Sly animals 5 Expression 6 Island (Fr.) 7 Obtain 8 Oust 9 Underdone 10 Tear 12 Numeral 13 Superlative suffix 18 Permit 20 Warbled 21 Primate 22 Gaseous element 23 Swan genus 24 Occupation (coll.) 25 Ruminant 27 Too 28 British noble title 29 Soviet city 30 Whirlpool 32 Bristlelike part 34 Separate . 36 Steal from 40 Roman house' hold god 42 Demonstrative pronoun 44 Venomous snake 45 Lifetime 46 Disfigure 47 Russian sea 48 Japanese coins 49 Reclined 50 Sea bird 51 Equal (comb, form) 53 Cover 54 Mauna , Hawaii 56 Exclamation (Neittpoper Enierprlu Aun.) Men Killed In Airplane Crash IRAAN, Tex. (AP) - Four men from Fort Stockton were killed when their light plane crashed during a driving rainstorm Thursday night. Wreckage of their Cessna 210 was found about a mile south of Irran. ' The dead were identified as William J. Barker, a Fort Stockton businessman; his son, Jake Barker; Willie Pfiester, a post off ice employe, and R. C. Nussbaum. The plane was enroute from Houston to Fort Stockton. Lettuce Boycott Drive Ruled Legal SAN FRANCISCO (AP) The California Supreme Court has ruled that Cesar Chavez nationwide lettuce boycott campaign is legal. In an unanimous decision writtenby Justice Louis Burke, the high court set aside Thursday a lower court injunction against the boycott which led to the farm labor leader spending 20 days in jail last December. The court ordered his release while it decided the issue. Del Rioan's Car Damaged by Doe Herbert Ogle, Del Rio cement work contractor, and Mrs. Ogle met with an unnatural accident Wednesday night on the Rocksprings-Loma Alta highway. The Ogles, returning to Del Rio from the job site of a new road in the Rocksprings- Junction area, were suddenly confronted with a doe. Ogle was unable to steer clear of the bounding deer and as a result of the impact the Ogle vehicle suffered "$600 worth of damage." Ogle, a veteran outdoorsman and gun hobbyist, was driving a. vehicle owned by contractor John L. Dpdson. A second Dodson vehicle came to the rescue to tow the damaged car into Del Rio. The Color TV You Would Watch IF You Owned All The Colors Sets In The World! NOW ONLY $ 498 50 Enjoy big screen viewing—automatically! Magnavox Automatic Fine Tuning always "remembers" to give you a perfectly-tuned picture—instantly on every channel, every time! And—the new Ultra-Bright picture tube bring you far more natural, more, vivid 295 sq. in. pictures with , more life-like realism! Quick-On brings pirctures and sound to life in just seconds... and Chromatone adds depth and richer colors. Don't wait... make your selection todayl A. Contemporary— model 7102. B. Early American—model'7104, Your Choice! IUSSELL HARDWARE \ 775-3502^9 506 E. Gibbs Area Screwworm Samples Negative 1971 k, NEA, l nc . "Sometimes I wish this dump was in Pakistan, so the government would have to evacuate us!" "No screwworms" was the verdict returned on samples submitted by three ranchmen in Val Verde County and one in Kinney County, Jack Stubblefield, Del Rio, USDA Screwworm Division livestock inspector, reported today. However, Stubblefield urged ranchmen of the area to continue their close surveillance of livestock and submit samples of any suspicious cases. The latest screwworm case confirmed in Texas Is. on the ranch of Juan G. Vela of Zapata, Stubblefield reported. The case from the navel of one Two San Angela Men Die in Wreck SAN ANGELO (AP) -. Two San Angelo men died about 1 a.m. today as their car ran off rain-slicked U.S. 277 and rolled several times. State patrolmen identified them as James Patrick Brady, 32, and Claude Lee Howell Jr., 40. of a herd of 85 cattle was detected April 12, 10 miles southeast of where Old U.S. Highway 83 crosses Tigre Grande Creek on Falcon Lake. Bud White and John U. Zuberbuler, who both ranch in the Comstock country submitted samples from sheep on April 12. Tests at the Mission Screwworm Laboratory showed negative results in each case. On April 12, C.L. Orr, who ranches 2V4 miles northeast of Brackettville in Kinney County submitted a sample which proved negative. An April 15 sample submitted by Bob Miers of Del Rio was also found not to be screwworms. • WE MOVED WIPFF'S FURNITURE ft APPLIANCES TO OUR NEW LOCATION 225 S. MAIN FORMERLY the HENSON HOTEL Come By & Visit Our New Store J float a loan for the boat of your choice Pick a boat of your choice. An outr board for fishing. An inboard for skiing. A houseboat. Or maybe a sail boat is what you want. Then see us at Del Rio National for a low-cost boat loan. One of our loan officers will be happy to help you plan a loan that will meet your budget. Why wait? Take the family and go boat shopping today. Be ready to enjoy many weekends of carefree fun with the whole family. Pick a boat and let the bank on the go pick a. loan that will launch your boat. \ Del Rio National BarLk The Bank on the GO in Del Rio All deposits up to $20,000 insured by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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