Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 20, 1971 · Page 5
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Sapi Antonio Opens Fiesta 20, 1971- SAN ANTONIO (AP) - Mountains of food, ranging from tamales to sauerkraut to cornbread, awaited merrymakers today at Fiesta Week's traditional Night in Old San Antonio. More than 2,000 volunteers will man 143 food and souvenir booths each night through Friday In La Villita, a re-created Mexican village downtown. The four-block area always draws thousands each of the four nights. Sponsors say as many as 25,000 people squeeze into the little village.each night. The sponsoring San Antonio Conservation Society plans to serve 54,386 tamales 25,459 ears of corn, 37,666 anticuchos—Per- uvian shishkabobs—nearly 1,000 barrels of beer, and many other foods. The celebration, one of the most popular events of Fiesta week, also features a frontier town with appropriate Western foods and a new section this year.PlazaEspana with authentic Spanish delecacies. Rounding out the festivities is a lively program of Dixieland jazz, can-can dances and South- of-the-border music. Proceeds from the festival support the conservation society's restoration programs and other projects. Night in old San Antonio follows the traditional river parade, which drew more than 100,000 spectators Monday night. Police estimates ranged as high as ,110,000. . The crowds jammed the downtowa river bank to watch 37 gaily decorated barges float past. Among the special guests was comedian Red Skelton. Dallas Police Chief Meets With Chicanes DALLAS (AP)- Police Chief Frank Dyson met with West Dallas 'Mexican-American community Monday night and about 20 of the 200 in the group walked out as he explained a new police program to promote good will and understanding with them. "I think I did accomplish something. At least they heard me out. There is a lot of misunderstanding and hopefully we can overcome some of this," Dyson said later. Dyson said new crime control efforts in the West Dallas area were favorable, Dyson said efforts are being made to sharpen police sensitivity to the cultural and language differences of police and Mexican-Americans. Copies of Dyson's proposals, printed in English and Spanish, ended up shredded on the lawn outside the school where Dyson spoke. Dyson opened the meeting for questions and the forum bogged down in complaints and criticism. "Pretty soon we will have to be carrying guns to protect us from you," said a youth in tne crowd. "The police are the occupation troops. We are an occupied people," asserted George Martinez. Dyson explained a rec ruitment program encourages more minority group persons to become police. He said plans are to allow residents to ride with police as observers. ON AFRO HAIRCUT BAN Air Force Upheld By Supreme Court WASHINGTON (AP)—A black ex-airman failed Monday in the Supreme Court to win review of his court-martial conviction for wear ing an "Afro" hairdo. The vote against August Doyle, now working as a clerk in Dallas, was unanimous with the court giving no explanation of its position. Doyle, 23, was convicted at a court-martial at Cannon Air Force Base in New Mexico in 1969 for wilful disobedience of a lawful order. He had refused an order by his acting squadron commander to have his hair closely trimmed. At the court-martial Doyle testified he wore an "Afro" because "it's asymbol of identity, pride and way of communicating with other blacks." He was sentenced to three months at hard labor, forfeiture of $60 pay a month and reduced to the rank of airman basic. In appealing to the Supreme Court with the help of the American Civil Liberties Union, Doyle contended the conviction violated his rights to freedom of expression and personal liberty. Del Rip The Justice Department op posed the appeal. "Federal courts should not assume the task of reviewing the military's determination as to what constitutes the neat appearance required of servicemen," said Solicitor General Erwin N. Griswold. The Air Force's dress regulation -when Doyle was in service provided that "hair must be neat and closely trimmed." The regulation was changed last September to require that "hair be neat, clean, trimmed and present a groomed appearance.' 1 Shell Moving To Houston HOUSTON (AP) - Moving the corporate headquarters of Shell Oil Co. from New York City to Houston will Involve the transfer of 1,600 employes. Denis B. Kemball-Cook, Shell president, said Monday the transfer Is running ahead of schedule and should be completed in July. I Back When. . . tett&ff^SffX&f^^ FROM THE FILES OF THE DEL RIO NEW-HERALD FIVE YEARS AGO April 10, 1966 Corporation Court Judge Fred Nelson assessed the S urpose and busy schedule of is work in an interview. #**# TEN YEARS AGO April 20, 1961 An access road to the site of Amistad Dam was designated a spur highway and will cost $305,000. **** TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 20, 1946 Amateur boxing matches are being promoted by the Memorial Stadium committee of San Felipe. THIRTY YEARS AGO April 20,1941 Drury Wood, superintendent of the Del Rio Independent School District, urged all youths and men between the ages of 17 and 24, to take part in the national defense training course to be taught in the metal and machine shop of the high school. **** FORTY YEARS AGO . April 20, 1931 Jno. Y. Long, mayor of Del Rio, has announced that work has begun to run lines by Central Power and Light to the new airport for the purpose of illuminating the field for night landing. '. 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