Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 19, 1971 · Page 2
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Del Rio, Texas
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Monday, April 19, 1971
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2-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Monday, April 19, 1971 Library Week Being Marked Posters, pins and book marks are prominently displayed at Val Verde County Library, to mark National Library Week being observed in Texas April 18-24, Monday through Saturday. The pins show a large human eye and the word, "Read."The posters are arranged in the library and the book marks as DEATHS Robert Nussbaumer Rites Held Sunday Last rites for Robert Joe Nussbaumer, 28-year old Fort Stockton man who was reared in Del Kio, were held Sunday in the Church of Christ in Fort Stockton with burial there at 4 p.m. Nussbaumer, who was reared here, was killed in a private plane crash Thursday night with three other men. He was plant operator for a f is plant at Coyanosa, near ort Stockton, where he had resided since June, 1964, going there from Del Rio. He was bom Sept. 18, 1942, and was reared here. He was a veteran of the United States Navy, serving from 1959 to 1963. He married Miss Geneva Sue Turman June 20, 1964. They were the parents of a son, Robert Todd. Other survivors include his mother, Mrs. Lela Mae Nussbaumer of San Angelo; his father, Joe J. Nussbaumer of Panama City, Fla.; his sisters, Mrs. Ken Frasier of Colorado Springs, Colo., and Miss Maycee Nussbaumer of San Angelo. Attending the funeral Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dub Hodges, Floyd Mohler and Herschell Moore. Mrs. Francisco Calvillo Funeral Services Set The Rosary will be recited for Mrs. Francisca V. Calvillo, 65, tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Doran Chapel with rites Tuesday at 10 a.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Burial will be made under the direction of the Doran Funeral Home. Mrs. Calvillo died Friday in a local hospital, a native of Mexico, born March 11, 1906. Survivors include her sisters, Mrs. Aurora V. de Cruz of Chihuahua City, Mexico, Mrs. Margarita Cavajos of Santa Clara, Calif., and Mrs. Andrea V. Gonzalez of Mexico City; 11 nieces also survive. Former Eagle Pass Mayor Hewatt Dies well as the pins are being distributed to patrons. Theme for Library Week is "You've Got a Right to Read. Don't Blow It." In his proclaimation setting Library Week in Texas, Gov. Preston Smith said "The Right to Read encompasses not only free access to materials to read but also, educational programs that give every child the skills he needs to read effectively. Throughout the nation librarians, concerned citizens and educators are joining forces in determination to achieve the right to read for all during "the decade of the 1970s. ,_ "Libraries play a vital role in achieving this right. National Library Week serves to emphasize the involvement of Texas librarians and laymen working cooperatively to support library programs and to further the freedom of all to read. National Library Week presents a challenge to all Texans to support more adequately Texas libraries in their effort to make accessible to our citizens the materials for further enrichment of their lives. Libraries offer their services to all who week them, providing the information resources that good citizenship today demands," the governor's proclamation ends. Serving as Texas' honorary chairman for National Library Week is Houston Mayor Louie Welch and the executive director is Ruby Weaver of Houston Public Library. © 1971 by NEA, Inc. I "Mr. Hoover, when you asked what Hale Boggs has been saying — do you mean to the newspapers, or—er — on the telephone?" Maverick District Clerk Resigns Post Sailing EAGLE PASS-Djstrict Clerk Jesus Lopez, elected last November, has tendered his resignation effective May 1. The reason for his resignation was not announced; however, Lopez has reportedly been in ill health recently and was hospitalized in March causing his absence for several days. During his absence .the District Clerks office was operated by former District Anjwer to Previous Puzzle EAGLE PASS-A former mayor of Eagle Pass, William Hewatt, died Sunday in Maverick County Memorial Hospital at the age of 80. Hewatt was born in Bastrop County, Aug. 6, 1891, and moved,to Eagle Pass in 1971, where he taught school for one year and later went to work for the First National Bank. He later became a director of the First National and served until his death. At the time of his death Hewatt was a director of the Eagle Pass Housing Authority Del Rio and the Masonic Lodge in addition to being a bank director. He is survived by his sisters, Mrs. Rosa Evans of Smithville, Miss Birdie Hewatt and Mrs. Ruby Mahan of San Antonio. Services will be Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the United Methodist Church in Eagle Pass with burial following in the Masonic Cemetery under the direction of Yeager Mortuary. Pallbearers will be Ben Pigenot, Rubin Riskin, Edward Smith, Hollis Fitch, Henry Jones and Richard Sweeney. Back When. . . ; :W::ft¥::S:^SftSftSfi^^ FROM THE FILES OF THE DEL RIO NEW-HERALD ACROSS 1 Bodies of salt water 5 Ship's mast 9 Ship's front 12 Alma chest 13 Operatic solo 14 Winglike part 15 Portable bridge for leaving ship 17 Graduate degree 18 Beef animal 19 Day of week 21 Without (Latin) 23 Through (prefix) 24 Hew branches, as from a tree 27 Protuberance 29 Equal (comb, form) 32 Full-grown .persons 34 Capelike cloaks 3G Transfer by will 37 To drive (Ger.) 38 Ireland 39 Prophet 41 Neither 42 Letter of alphabet 44 Residue 46 Having a head plume 49 Pickled food 53 Masculine . nickname 54 Greek philosopher 56 Babylonian sky god 57 Rhymer 58 Furbearing animal 59 Boy's nickname 60 Existence (Latin) 61 Superlative endings DOWN 1 Droops 2 It was (Latin) |igi-^Sg r ^r^rElSSS 3 Skin affliction 4 Wise men 5 Chemical salt 6 Babbled 7 Primitive Japanese race 8 Gathered leaves 9 Silk and gold brocade (var.) 10 Spanish jug 11 Oasis (var.) 16 Sets in type (print.) 20 Beset 22 Smelling organs 24 Put on cargo 25 German river 26 Like pumice 28 Chemical compound 30 Center shield knob 31 Munich river 33 Cover inner surface 35 Take into custody 40 Swirls 43 Storehouse 45 Web-footed fowl 46 Talon 47 French boy's name 48 Love god 50 Colorado Indians 51 Thin board 52 Long fish (pi.) 55 Female saint (ab.) FIVE YEARS AGO April 19. 1966 The Junior G I Forum will be host to a state conference of the organization. Judge Jim Lindsey will preside at the organization of the Val Verde Council of Community Action. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 19, 1961 Allen V. Pearson, executive secretary of the Del Rio Housing Authority, said foundation work has begun on the 80-unit low rent housing development. Gilbert Murray has been named president of the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce. ' TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 19, 1946 Mack Haigler, Junior Chamber of Commerce representative, announced the club is looking for players for their newly formed softball league. Gene Salmon placed first in the discus at the Region ' 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- $2.1 0. Ben Woodson ......... Publisher iPan Bus . ............... Editor I ma Jo Eleetwood . . 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 n not responsible for copy omission, typographical errors, or any uninpntional error that may occur other than, to make corrections after being brought to attention. Advertising accepted on this basis only/ 6 track and field meet. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 19, 1941 Jas. C. Netts, manager of the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce, attended the fourth annual managers convention in Stamford. The General Motors Previews of Progress "Circus of Science" will be shown on the stage at Del Rio High School. **** FORTY YEARS AGO April 19, 1931 Sam H. Walk, district manager of Central Power and Light Company, furnished information to the superintendent of the Federal Fish Hatchery about possible locations for a fish hatchery in Del Rio. H.L. Molyneux announced from the Weather Bureau that Del Rio has received 6.18 inches of rain this year. Why be a S97 weakling... When we can build you up with one extraordinary loan (Newspaper [nterprit* Attn.) TIRED OF THE SAME OLD SOUND? Why not come on by and let us show you 0 Bantar, It may be just what your group needs to really get It together. ,, Elmo Lopei Muf Ic Center 4V5 S. MAIN \ 7*5-8015 CALLING ALL ELKS Your Ladies & Guests WHERE: Elks Lodge WHEN? WHY: Wednesday night, April 21 9 p. m. to, 1 a. m. WHO: To see Las Vegas, Hollywood and big city entertainment at home. Jeanne Carroll Featuring Tommy Allan and His Orchestra AMOUNT: $8.00 per couple Don't miss Jhis show and dance at your Elks' Lodge Wednesday, April 21. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.mJ '"' ' • / '! . •. For reservation phone 775-2780 or 775-2019 GGD Awards Certificates For Adult Study Courses Clerk Rene Barrientos and Lopez's general election opponent Lorena Eickleberger. A spokesman for the Maverick County Deraocartlc Executive Committee said that Lopez's position will be filled by recommendation of the Commissioners Court and appointment of District Judge George M. Tnurmond. Brackettville Scouts Attend Fawcett Session Special to the News-Herald BRACKETTVILLE-Nine boys from Boy Scout Troop 273 of Brackettville attended Junior Leaders Training at Camp Fawcett over the weekend. The group left Friday and returned Sunday afternoon. Ray Smallwood and Sgt. John Goodwill accompanied the boys. Scouts attending were Mario Fuentes, Paul Breen, Lee Salmon, Tim Salladay, Steve Pena, Bret Trant, Mark Tidwell, Buck Smallwood and Gil Castros. Catholic Confraternity of Christian Doctrine adult religious education courses on Che study of the Bible were completed last week. Certificates were presented to 141 adults who completed the 40-hour Sacred Scripture courses presented this year in various towns throughout the Del Rio Deanery. The Rev. Thomas McLaughlin, CCD director for the Archdiocese of San Antonio, presented the certificates. The presentation of certificates was held in the CCD Hall of Sacred Heart Parish in Crystal City for the towns of Carrizo Springs, Uvalde and Crystal City on Wednesday evening and for the towns of Brackettville and Del Rio in Del Rio in Thursday night. Sister Martin Ksycki, (XL.V.M., CDD staff member working in the Del Rio Deanery this year conducted Sam Houston Pupils Visit News-Herald Forty-four young pupils of the San Felipe Independent School District from Sam Houston Elementary School toured the offices and plant of the Del Rio News-Herald this morning. The group, brought to the paper by school bus, included 14 second grade pupils of Mrs. Hortencia Garcia and 30 kindergarten pupils of Mrs. Irma Perez and ner aide Miss Rosalinda Salazar. the course. Certificates were presented to 11 adults from Brackettville who completed the 20-hour "Focus on Hope" course conducted at St. Mary, Magdalene parish in Brackettville. They are: Vidala Sanchez, Antonia Rodriguez, Hazel Washington, Christopher C. Gomez, Mrs. Christopher C. Gomez, W. Cortez, Mrs. Carolina Longoria, Mary Talamantez. Mary G. Sanchez, Mrs. Heffner and Petra Terrazas. Certificates were presented to 29 adults from Del Rio. They are: Mrs. Darrell G. Crummett. Miss Rosario Noyola, Eliodoro Martinez, Mrs. Josefina , Fernandez, Mrs. Beatrice Diego, Mary Lou Avila, Fortunate Romo, Miss Yolanda G. Valdez, Miss Bertha G. Valdez, Homero Martinez, Mrs. Virginia Martinez, Isabel Hernandez, Donald A. Rutledge, Claude C. Miller, Miss Marta R. Gonzalez, Ricardo Rocha, Armando Fernandez. 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