Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 19, 1971 · Page 8
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8-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD. Monday. April 19. 1971 : . \ <j Spanish Curricula 1 ( •' • r^- Workshop Set Here Representatives of both school districts in Del Rio will attend a curricula workshop here Tuesday and Wednesday as a cooperative effort of the schools and the Spanish Curricula Development Center of Dade County Public District Court Convenes Tuesday The 63rd Judicial Court will convene at 10 a.m. Tuesday to begin trials in seVen criminal Youths Mark Earth Week Earth Week is being observed in Del Rio this week by a group of youth volunteering to clear various areas, including San Felipe Creek. The Rincon Diablo Youth Council and others are working on the project. Gov. Preston Smith proclaimed April 19-25 Earth Week, when residents of Texas are asked to "focus their attention on environmental problems and their solution," at the request of the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., of which Mrs. Henry B. Horn of Del Rio is president. cases. District Judge George M. Thurmond will preside over the trials in the District Courtroom of the Val Verde County Courthouse. Scheduled for trial are Benito V. Castillo, DWI; Maximo - Vara Perzlez and Johnny Martinez Castro, Burglary; Pete Gomez Martinez and Roy Castaneda, Burglary; Ruben Vasquez, Receiving and concealing stolen goods; Robert Dale Walter, Possession of marijuana; Eduardo M. Davila, Felony Theft; and Robert Diaz, Forgery and Passing a forged instrument. District Attorney John Pettit will represent the state in the cases. Schools. Tuesday, analysis and application of Spanish curricular materials for bilingual program will be explored and on Wednesday, demonstration and teaching of Spanish Curricula Development Center activities will be held by workshop participants. First, second grade and possibly kindergarten teachers in the San Felipe Independent School District, with Director J.B. Pena, will attend the workshop and from the Del Rio Independent School District, representatives will be R.J. Waddell, the director, and the supervisory staff. The Spanish Curricula Center is providing two consultants from its staff: Orelia Garcia Meier and Lucia Ybarra Slone. Workshop consultants from the schools here are Pena and Waddell. The workshop will be held in the San Felipe Independent School District. i Kat Klaw Wins District Honors Del Rio High School's newspaper, the Kat Klaw won first place over all honors in District 14 of the University Interscholastic League journalism competition held at Tivy High School in Kerrville Friday. Augustine Bill won second place in news stories, Jeanette Gideon took second place in editorials and Christy Arranaga won third place for feature writing. ' Marie Mendez took fifth place in headline writing. Nine schools were Included in the contest in Kerrville, Wind Warnings Up At Lake Amistad CAST IN WINNING PLAY—San Felipe High School won first place in the University Interscholastic League competition in Fredericksburg Friday and the cast left at noon today for Kingsville to compete for regional honors. Left to right are Humberto Garcia, the king; Bertha Ybarra, the queen; Rose Medrano, the girl; Juan Jimenez, the Duke and Ray Garcia, the silent boy. Miss Medrano took best actress award and Jimenez, best actor honors in Fredericksburg. Their play is "Scenes from the Cave Dwellers" by William Saroyan. (News-Herald Photo) SF Actors Leave for Regional Today Thirty per cent probability of a few thundershowers this afternoon and a 20 per cent chance of similar showers tonight is forecast by the Weather Office. Decreasing cloudiness and cooler- weather are included in the forecast for Tuesday. Wind warnings are- up at Lake Amistad until further notice. Winds out of, the southeast at 12 to 25 miles per hour and gusty will shift to the northwest at 15 to 30 miles per hour late this afternoon. High winds raked the city Sunday afternoon, . some clocked at 30 miles per hour. Guzman Seeks Separate Trial Hospital Notes VAL VERDE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admitted Friday: Frank Velasquez, Jesus Martinez, Felicitas Ortiz, Helen Hernandez, Carlotta Ramsey, Donate Patino and Manuel Garcia. Discharged Friday: Ramona Perez, Donna Hawk, Dora Ela Diaz, Edister Talamentez and Francisca Ramirez. Admitted Saturday: Jose Musquiz, George Humphries, Maria Guadelupe Vasquez and Maxine Wright. Discharged Saturday: Marie Bias, Patsy Garza, Refugia Vasquez, Cecilia Reyes, Rosalinda Arredondo, Sandra Burlingame, Diamantina Jimenez, Jackie Sue Womack, Pamela Copeland Nester and Paula Mayfield. DALLAS (AP)— Lawyers for Rene Guzman, 33,.accused in the execution-style^ slaying of three sheriff's deputies here in February, filed motions Friday asking that Guzman be tried independently of another man charged in the case. Guzman and Leonardo Lopez, 24, were indicted in the shoot- ing deaths of two Dallas County deputies and an Ellis County deputy. The trio was led to a secluded spot along the Trinity River where they were killed. Guzman's lawyer said his client 's defense would face "insurmountable difficulty" in any attempt to distinguish Guzman's alleged activities from those Lopez is accused of committing. San Felipe High School's one-act play cast, winners of first place in the district University Interscholastic League meet in Fredericksburg Friday, left at noon today for Kingsville to compete on the regional level Tuesday. Communications Advances Told AUSTIN (AP) - The general director of Novedades of Mexico City told a meeting of mass media executives of Mexico and the United States Sunday that newsmen are "participating in a daily revolution." "The revolution in the communications media and the technological explosion give us marvelous instruments for achieving the goal of informing and guiding our audiences accurately and rapidly," said Romulo O'FarrillJr,, who also is vice president of Novedades. More than 100 leaders of daily newspapers, radio and television Ritchie Seating Expected Tonight EAGLE PASS-School trustee-elect Charles Ritchie who has been battling opposition to his being seated on the Eagle Pass School Board since his election April 3, will probably be seated during tonight's trustee meeting. Ritchie was prevented from taking his seat on the board in a meeting earlier this month when the board majority was still comprised of out going members who objected to what they termed his "deliberate attempt to evade the state nepotism law." They were referring to his resignation from the board last year in order that his nephew be hired as a migrant teacher, and then running for re-election to his own vacancy. A written opinion from board attorney David Hume stated that the trustees would be liable under the law if they .seated Ritchie without first discharging his nephew. So far, his nepnew has not been fired and he has not been seated. . Tonight's meeting will take on a completely different complexion. There is now a new majority in control of the board, all of whom are considered to favor seating Ritchie, including newly elected board president John Lettinuch. Ritchie was swept into office with a landslide majority over four other candidates earlier this month. There is considerable speculation as to what action the board will take tonight with regards to Michael Ritchie, his nephew. Lawyer Hume and trustee Enrique Jimenez are expected to recommend that he be discharged in order to clear the board of any possible liability under the nepotism law. The new majority; however, is known to favor keeping both Ritchies, Charlie and Michael, in their positions. stations, public relations companies and government information offices listened as panelists discussed the latest methods of communication and the best means of adopting new technology. Sunday's closing session at the University of Texas included as speakers O'Farrill, Julio Scherer Garcia, director of Excelsior oi Mexico City; and Dr. MiguelAleman Jr., news director for the television group, Telesistema Mexicana. O'FanvT said, "In the zeal of achieving this assignment (guiding and informing), we must insure that our pages and radio and television waves contain a combination of education and culture, and what is more important, a moral orientation of a higher level as a contribution to a better understanding amongallthe people of our planet and for the advancement of all the moral and spiritual values oi the individual." At Saturday's session, Fausto Zapata, undersecretary of information for the Mexican president, and Herbert Klein. White House communications director, spoke. On the subject of the technical revolution, Dr. Miguel Aleman Jr. said: "Communication has integrated us Mexicans, it has solidified our basic roots with the present within which we live and with the goals of advancement that we have jointly outlined." Party Time Specials Once A Year Sale 50°° OFF X Large Stock of Table Covers, Plates, Cups Invitations. A Variety of Colors and Patterns PARTY HEADQUARTERS HERALD PRINTING AND OFFICE SUPPLY 108 W. GREENWOOD 775-2011 AMALIATUERO Movie Star MR. MAR ABU 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 SO c per person (U.S.) . COMBO COLONIAL Q LOS ARABES BAND CARLOS MO RETTI.M.C. From Mexico City The winning play is "Scenes from the Cave Dwellers" with Eloy Barrera directing, assisted by Robert Ledesma and Jesse Veliz. The cast rehearsed at 8 a.m. today in SFHS prior to their departure. Rose Medrano won best actress awards and Juan Jimenez, best actor at Fredericksburg. Others in the cast are Humberto Garcia, Berta Ybarra' and Roy Garcia. 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