Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 18, 1971 · Page 10
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 10

Del Rio, Texas
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Sunday, April 18, 1971
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PEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Sunday, April 18, 1971-11A -#* , Art League Presents Awards VRT LEAGUE AWARDS PRESENTATION-Mrs. Bob Gurley, left, was master of ceremony for the kwards presentation program Saturday night in Val Verde County Library, presenting awards won in the Del Rio Art League's annual spring art show April 3 and 4 in the Del Rio Civic Center. Leslie E. Schmidt was committee chairman of the awards presentation program and Mrs. Richard Hinds, Kght, was committee chairman for the annual spring show. Awards were given in the adult, junior high school and high school divisions of the show at the awards presentation Saturday niqht | News-Hera Id Photo) ' anger JC Choir Sets oncert Here Wednesday Mrs. Bob Gurley was master of ceremony for the Del R'io Art League's awards presentation program Saturday night in Va! Verde County Library. : Prizes were presented during the evening to the following: Adult division in the annual spring art show, oil, tempera and acrylic paints, first prize went to Mrs. Lee Wiebush of Uvalde for a landscape in oil; second prize, George Haltom Jr. of Three Boats, also in oil; Janita Hinds for Cottonwoods and Water, an oil and the three- third place prizes went to Mary E. Voss of Quemado for an oil painting; to Grace Killingsworth for an oil entitled Showers in the Canyon and Jo New, an oil depicting a family of deer. Honorable mention was given Billie Stewart for her oil, rocks and flowers. For sculpture, Luis de Leon received first prize for his work in iron called Agony of a Crab; second prize was awarded Charles D. Bonney of Uvalde for his bronze, In Love; third prize was awarded Mrs. Michael Stool for her iron work called Manpower with honorable mention going to Luis de Leon. In the prints category, only first and second place prizes were awarded with first place going to Mike Hayes for his copper etching, Lady Madonna and second place to Mrs. Michael Stool for her aqua tint, Circles and Squares. Honorable mention was given Mrs. Michael Stool for her "Impressions of Rothko." In the collage category, only one first place prize was given and it went to Mrs. Janice Brieschke for Butterflies. Water color competition brought a first prize to Billie Stewart for her cottage; second prize went to Janita Hinds for Thoughts of Winter and third prize was awarded Ann Briggs for her farm house. Honorable mention in the water color competition was given Leslie Schmidt for his offering, Waiting for Spring. Work in ink, charcoal, pencil, chalk and various combinations was included in Comedy Spices Week's Movies A treat for music lovers is I promised this week with the appearance in Del Rio of the college choir and the stage band of Ranger Junior College I in Ranger Wednesday evening. The concert is planned for 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the auditorium of Del Rio Junior High School. The two groups of the college make numerous trips to area schools and participate in many community activities in Ranger. The music department of Mexican Patti Page Appearing in Acuna CIUADA ACUNA, Mexico—Amelia Tuero, Mexico City vocalist who has been described in Arizona newspapers as "the Mexican Patti Page," is featured in the current all-star floor show at Daniel Hernandez' Colonel theatre-restaurant in Ciudad Acuna. In an interview Saturday, Mrs. Tuero said — her engagement at the Colonial will continue until April 24, when she must leave to make her opening at the Bar Monte Negro in Mexico City's Hotel Del Prado. • A versatile performer, Miss Tuero has appeared on the stage and on television as well as in night clubs. She is a singer ? dancer and a comedienne. Her tours have taken her all over the United States as well as throughout Mexico. She has appeared in New York, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles and many other large AT THE LIBRARY cities. One of her most successful records has been "Un Paso al Olvido" by the Puerto Rican composer Bob Capo. the college is a member of the Texas Association of Schools of Music and offers the core requirements for music majors. These courses are selected carefully to meet the requirements of the state's senior colleges. Financial assistance is available to band and choir students. Carol Mendez and Sergio. Mireles, Del Rioans who are students at Ranger Junior College, are included in the musicians who will offer the concert Wednesday evening. A charge of $1 for adults and 50 cents for students will be charged to help defray local expenses of the group presenting Wednesday's concert. — "There's a Girl in My Soup," the adult comedy written by Terence Frisby, based on his original play which was a smash hit on Broadway, opens Sunday at the Rita Theater in downtown Del Rio for a three-day run. Peter Sellers and Goldie Hawn star in the R-rated production. Meanwhile, -the Gay 90 Drive-in will be featuring Don Knotts in "How to Frame a Figg," a comedy on society's exaggeration of its machines, on a double program with "Take the Money and Run," a comedy which displays the talents of Woods Allen as star, director and co-author. "How to Frame a Figg" is rated G and "Take the Money and Run" GP. Horror and suspense takes over the Rita Wednesday through Saturday in a triple feature — yes, triple feature — thriller-chiller program. The pictures are "The Vampire" and "The Monster That Challenged The World" and "The Return of Dracula." Bucknite double feature at the Gay 90 Wednesday and Thursday presents "Journey to Shiloh" and "Sergeant Ryer." Friday and Saturday, the Gay 90 is showing "Skullduggery* 1 and "Collision Course." A double feature is offered Spanish language film fans Sunday at the Texas Theater in downtown Del Rio. : "24 Horas de Placer" with Silvia Final, Mauricio Carces and Joaquin Cordero is co-featured with "El Tesoro de Atahualpa" starring Ana Luisa Peluffo, Fernando Almada and Jose Elias Moreno. Showing Tuesday night at the Flamingo Drive-In Theater is a twin-bill, "El Santo Contra Capulina" and El Hijo Prodego." Frontier Fair A dds Exciting Features AMELIA TUERO Special to the News-Herald BRACKETTVILLE — •"Sound '70," an exciting group of youngsters from San Marcos and "real" Indians from the Alabama-Coushatta Reservation near Livingston will highlight the third annual Frontier Fair here Friday and Saturday, May 7-8. Sponsored by the Brackettville Chamber of Commerce, the fair officially opens at 3 p.m. May 7 at the Rich Man, Poor Man Of Epic Proportions Kinney County Fairgrounds where a midway will be placed into operation. All kinds of food, concessions and enteratinment (including stagecoach rides) will be available throughout the fair. At 8 p.m. on Friday, the fair's evening show will feature an amateur talent contest and a baby pageant and contest at the stage which will be set up on the infield of the Little League ballpark adjacent to the fairgrounds. On Saturday, the fair's main day, the midway will open at 8 a.m. with first event of the morning to be a parade at 10 a.m; through downtown Brackettville. Several bands will be featured. Biggest event of the two-day fair will be a four-hour show Saturday night at the ballpark stage. ' , THE MEXICAN KITCHEN 807 LQSOYA WELCOMES ALL WHO ENJOY DELICIOUS MEXICAN FOODS TO DEL RIO'S FINEST. Closed Mondays (EDITOR'S NOTE: The •books reviewed below are •available at the Val Verde •County Library, Washington at ISpring.) RICH MAN, POOR MAN is la family chronicle which tells [the story of the three children Axel Jordache, a German (emigrant and a baker in a small own on the Hudson River. Thomas becomes a rizefighter, Rudolph a iuccessful business man, and retchen eventually achieves a heatrlcal career. The plot parallels the news...Joe McCarthy, Vietnam, campus riots. The substance is boys and girls, men and women, making it, not making it, some taking the high road and some taking the low. There are scenes in Paris, Hollywood, the[ New York stage, the boxing ring, the shopping mall, politics. This is the da w n -1 o- d u s k , 1 9 4 0 ' s • t o • 1 9 7 0 ' s . success-to-failure, poor-to-rich spectrum. Irwin Shaw focuses on these years in RICH MAN, POOR MAN, a novel of epic proportions, and the wealth of literary know-how which has gone into this fictional creation sets a pace that doesn't slacken for chapter after chapter. NAOMI BREWER RITA Now Showing 746 's. Main' 775-3443 B.O. 12:30 STARTS 1:00 AQUARIUMS FISH & SUPPLIES SOB E. 6th 775-4998 * CALLING ALL ELKS Your Ladies & Guests WHERE: Elks Lodge WHEN? Wednesday night, April 21 9 p. m. to 1 a. m. ^^ WHY: To see Las Vegas, HoIIywoodarl^ big city entertainment at home. WHO: Jeanne Carroll Featuring Tommy Allan and His Orchestra AMOUNT: $8.00 per couple* Don't miss this show and dance at your Elks 1 Lodge Wednesday, April v 21, from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. ':•••' ' . . . " ; '. , ' "•• : ^ ' ' v ,.- • For reservation phone 775-2780 or 775-2019 M'mm M'mm Good! A FRANKOV1CH PRODUCTION PETER SELLERS GOLDIE HAWN .in Screenplay by TERENCE FRISBY based oh his original play • Executive Producer JOHN DARK • Produced by M.J. FRANKOVICH and JOHN BOULTING- Directed by ROY BOULTING • COLOR • From Columbia Pictures |nU.,,sgif.'a~-« ! l-ix.) .~,.~~.~-<* Y 90 Sun.-Mon.-Tues, Hwy. 90 East. 775-4541 B.O. 6:30 STARTS 7:30 runaway hilarity when DOHKH6TTS runs down CiWHAIk.. MX MM ADMITTED Pirtntil QukUne* ftuggmltd A UNIVERSAL PICTURE.>TECMNICOIOB» I HWB FhAME AFiftl cracking comedy" -JUDITH CRIST, TODAY SHOW T^fT'*;, iV- »n, nn / ' MOM TMt AMBRICAN / DISTRIBUTED BY CINERAMA COLOR / BROADCASTING COMPANY, INC. / RELEASING CORPORATION WOODY ALIENS "TAKE THE MONEY AND RUN" I - the drawing category Rani Paf la receivedfu-s! A« S a still life in charcoal; second place went to Gerald Kosecki for his pencil sketch of a nude- third prize was awarded Mrs' Janice E. Brieschke for an Ink drawing of a man's head while honorable mention was given Jo New for her pencil drawing of an old adobe in San Felipe and to Joanna Hodge for her entry, Thistle with Pods. The Great Green Award, presented for the second time to a young or beginning artist whose various talents indicate broad potential possibility, was presented to Johnny Ibarra for his study, Huts by the Sea, and various pictorial media works which received honorable mention. In the high school student division, first prize went to Ricky Buentello for his charcoal drawing, Virgin Praying; second prize went to Juanita Garcia for her stitchery, "Musical Motif," and third prize was awarded Johnny Ibarra for his entry called Christ. Honorable mention went to Johnny Ibarra for a pastel chalk still life; to Juanita Garcia for an abstract in tempera and for a floral in the same medium. Junior high school student division brought a first prize to Jose Luis Parade for an ink sketch of the Jersey Lilly baloon; second prize to Miguel Campos for a charcoal drawing of a frmt bowl and third prize was awarded J. Martinez for a colored pencil drawing, Dried Tree. Felix Guerra was given honorable mention for his water color rendering of Wild Palominos. Mrs. Richard Hinds was committee chairman for the spring show April 3 and 4 in the Del Rio Civic Center with Mrs. Rex New and Mrs. William Lausen Jr. as her assistants. Mrs. Ruth Duncan, Ivan McDougal and Judge Peter Curry of San Antonio judged the show. Leslie E. Schmidt was committee chairman for the awards presentation program Saturday night, assisted by Mrs. Homer A. Rothe, Mrs. William Lausen Jr. and Mrs. Larry R. Brieschke. AMALIA TUERO Movie Star MR.MARABU From Colombia DUETOAGUILAySOL From Mexico City Apr 24 til May 2 Presents 2 FLOOR SHOWS NIGHTLY - 9:30 p.m. & 12:30 a.m. THEATRE, RESTAURANT • BAR Dancing Music from 5 p.m. til 2 a.m. FRIDAY THRU SUN. COVER CHARGE $1 PER PERSON FOR TWO FLOOR SHOWS COMBO COLONIAL & LOSARABESBAND MONDAY -THRU -THURSDAY Cover Charge 50 c per person (U.S.) COMBO COLONIAL & LOSARABESBAND From Mexico City I.M.C. 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