Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 20, 1971 · Page 7
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Drink Bill Vote Listed WAR HERO REENLISTS-Sergeant Simon Gonzales ill of Del Rio, who was awarded the Silver Star for gallantry in action in Vietnam, is congratulated by SFC Jose Meave Jr., Del Rio U.S. Army recruiter, left, upon his reenlistment in the Army. At right is Maj. Ronnie Sutter, officer in charge of the main recruiting station in San Antonio who administered the oath of enlistment. (U.S. Army Photo) FOUR DEL RIOANS SIGN Vietnam War Hero Reenlists in Army A Vietnam war hero from Del Rio has reenlisted in the U.S. Army, SFC Jose Meave, U.S. Array Recruiter for the Del Rio area, announced today. . Sergeant Meave also announced another reenlistemnt and two enlistments of Del Rioans in the Army. Meave reported that Simon Gonzales HI, Silver Star winner in Vietnam, has decided to reenter the Army. Sergeant Gonzales won the nation's third highest decoration for gallantry in action while serving with the Mexican Side Of Falcon Lake Fishing Closed - (EDITOR'S NOTE: The International Boundary and Water Commission office here said the fishing restrictions applied to Falcon Reservoir by the Mexican section does not apply to Lake Amis tad.) ZAP ATA,. (AP) - The Mexican side of Falcon Reservoir has been closed to sport fishing by the Mexican government until June 30. Word of the closing of what represents about two-thirds of the huge reservoir came from game warden Pedro Gonzalez of Nuevo Guerrero. He said the reason was to allow fish time to spawn. Only Mexican commercial fishermen will be allowed to take only buffalo and carp from the Mexican side. Fines of up to $200 can be levied on violators of the black bass act. he said. Gonzalez said word authorizing the closing of the reservoir came in a telegram from officials at Mexico City. Resort owners at Zapata claim the action came too late since all game fish except catfish have already spawned this year. . First Infantry Division in July 1968. His other decorations include the Purple Heart, Bronze Star and Parachutist Badge. Prior to his reenlistment, Sergeant Gonzales was employed at a Priemer Service Station here. He is the husband of Anna Belia Ranjel Gonzales and the son of Socorro Gonzales. His children are Richard and Cynthia Ann Gonzales. The family will remain in Del Rio until he comes to take them to his new duty station. Jose Meave announced the enlistment of two Del Rioans in the Army. They are Gilberto Barragan, son of Alberto Barragan, who enlisted for the administration clerical field and William Roscoe Matthews, son of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Matthews who enlisted for regular Army two years option. SP4 Julio L. Morin of 1608 Pierce St., reenlisted for a period of three years, Meave reported. Barragan is a 1970 graduate of Sul Ross State University at Alpine with a bachelor of arts degree in education. He was teaching school in Dallas prior to his enlistment in the U.S. Army. Matthews attended Del Rio High School and also attended schools in Spain while with his parents there. Morin attended San Felipe High School prior to his initial entry in the U.S. Army. By JACK KEEVER Associated Press Writer AUSTIN (AP) - The legislature struck a flow for whisky drinkers in Texas today with Senate approval of House changes in the liquor by the drink proposal. The measure now goes to Gov. Preston Smith, who has promised to sign it into law. The Senate vote was 21-10, lust enough to meet the two- thirds requirement, AUSTIN (AP) - Here is the way House members voted on the final 104-44 roll call passing the liquor by the drink bill: For{104): Mutscher, Allen of Baytown. Allen of Longview, Angly, Atwell,Atwood, Baker, Blanton,Blythe, Bowers, Boyle, Braecklein, Braun, Bynum, Caldwell, Carrillo, Cavness, Clark, Coats. Cobb, Craddlck, Cruz, Davis of BigSpring, Davis of Austin. Doran, Doyle, Dramberger, Earthman, Finck, Finney, Floyd, Foreman, Gammage, Garcia, Golman, Grant, Graves. Hale, Harding, Harris, Hawn, Havnes, Billiard, Hubenak, Hull, Johnson. Jones of Lubbock. Jones of Houston, Jungmichel.Kaster, Kllpatrlck, Kilpatrlck. Kost, Lee, Lemmon, Lewis, Ligarde, Lombardino, Longoria, McAlister ,McKissack, Mengden. Moncrief. Moore of Dallas, Moore of Hillsboro, Moreno, Murray, Nelms, Neugent, Newton, Niland.Ogg, Or r, Parker of Port Arthur, Parker of Denton, Pickens. Poerner, Presnal, Rodriguez, Salem, Sanchez, Santiesteban, Schulle. Semos, Shannon, Sherman. Short. Sil- j ber, Simmons, Slack, Slider, Spurlock.StroudLSwanson, Tarbox, Traeger. Truan, Tupper, Uher, Vale, Van Dohlen, Wiet- ing, Williams, WolH, Wyatt Against (44): Adams, Allred. Bass of Ben Wheeler, Bass of Houston, Beckham, Bighorn, Burgess,Calhoun,Gates, Christian, Clayton,Cole, Daniel. Denton, Farenthpld, FInnell, Hanna, Hannah, Hawkins, Head, Heatly Hendrlcks,Holmes of Granbury, Holmes of Dallas. Howard, Ingram. Jones of Abilene, Kublak, Lovell, Moore of Waco, Nabers. Nlchols,?lugent, Patterson. Pott Price, Reed, Rosson, Salter, Smith,Solomon, Stewart, Ward, Williamson. Fair Weather Forecast Here / Fair weather is forecast for Del Rio following the rain Monday night measuring .11 of an inch with mild afternoons and rather cool nights expected, the Weather Office said today. The .11 of an Inch of moisture Monday night raised the total thus far in April to 2.16 inches, records in the Weather Office show. Normal rainfall for the month of April Is 1.16 inches, the records show. Winds: will be light and 'northerly, becoming southeasterly at 8 to 18 miles per hour. ' DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Tuesday, April 20,1971-7 Loco I Board To Draft Four The May draft call for Val Verde and Kinney Counties is four for induction and seven for pre-induction physical examination, Ernest Sotomayor, executive secretary for Selective Service Board 123, said today. Those to be called have not been selected, Sotomayor said. The seven chosen will be called for May 25. The board serves both Val Priests Appreciation Dinner is Scheduled Special to the News-Herald SAN ANTONIO-John Joseph Cardinal Wright, highest ranking American In the Vatican hierarchy of the Catholic Church, will arrive in San Antonio Wednesday to be speaker of honor at the Archdiocesan Priests' Appreciation Dinner Thursday, April 29. ~ All priests of the 32-county Catholic archdiocese will be guests of honor at the program in the banquet hall of the San Antonio Convention Center. Catholic business and professional leaders of the area, under general chairmanship of Ralph Garza, have arranged the "Priests' Appreciation Night" and provided, through private contributions, all funds required to finance the event. Upon his arrival, Cardinal Wright will be met by civic and business leaders of the Minority Coalition Seeks Oakland Control OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - A coalition of minority groups is bidding for control of the City Council in today's municipal election, where the turnout is expected to hit near-record levels. The coalition is challenging five incumbents seeking re- on AT SAN ANGELO Two tie! Rio Girls To Receive Awards Parish Council Elected New district representatives to the Parish Council of Sacred Heart Catholic Church were announced Monday night at the annual parish meeting held in the parish hall. The representatives were elected by parishoners in mail balloting, as follows: District 1, Mrs. Norvell Saathoff, reelected; District 2, Raul Dominguez; District 3, Mrs. Leroy Kesler; District 4, Mrs. Marie Keller; District 5, Mrs. Sam Swinson; District 6, Dan Bus; and District 7, Wendell Acosta. Robert Boland, president, S resided in the absence of Mrs. ohn T. Mayfield, president. Chairmen .of standing committees presented annual reports; Chairmen and committees are: John E. Graf, parish, education; Pete Navarette, religious activities; Mrs. James'Blake, ecumenism and Christian service; Mrs. Del' Woodward, , missions;. Val Cadena, financial and administration; parish membership, Mrs. Arthur Rledel and Mrs. C.A. Winters, Mrs, John T. May field, public relations. Two Del Rio High School students will attend an honors awards luncheon in San Angelo Saturday, May 8, at Angelo State University. Leslie Halamicek and Anne Madison, senior students in DRHS, will be included among 30 students from 21 schools to receive the West Texas Chamber of Commerce "Outstanding West Texas Scholar" Award for their superior academic standings. Miss Halamicek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Halamicek Jr. of 200 Rose Avenue, has been a member of the Del Rio Wild Cat-Ettes for four years, serving as vice-president one year and as president one year. She has been a member of the National Honor Society for two years and is the secretary-treasurer of the Presidents' Club of Del Rio High School. Miss Madison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle C. Madison of 201 N. Orbit, began her high school career as a member of the Future Teachers' Association and the Wild Cat-Ettes. Following her year in the Wild Cat-Ettes, Miss Madison joined the Del Rio Dolls for her sophomore and junior years. She has been a member of the Junior Historians Club two years, serving as vice-president one year. Miss Madison has also been a member of the Spanish Club and the National Honor Society for two years and has served one year in the Library Service Club. Miss Halamicek and Miss Madison will be accompanied to the Awards Luncheon by their parents. TO BE HONORED-Outstanding West Texas Scholar Awards have been conferred on Anne Madison, left, and Leslie Halamicek of Del Rio High School for their superior academic standings. They will be honored at an awards luncheon in San Angelo May 8; they are included among 30 students from 21 schools to be so honored. (DRHS Photo) election to four-year terms the eight-member council City Clert Gladys Murphy predicts that 60 per cent of the 150.648 registered voters in the 438 precincts in California's ec tacts in California's fifth largest city will cast ballots. The record was 65.7 per cent in 1947, but about 50 per cent is normal The Oakland Coalition is supporting three blacks, one Chinese, one Haqalian and one Caucasian for the City Council is an effort to suplicate the success of a similar coalition in adjacent Berkeley. The Berkeley coalition elected a black congressman and a liberal white state assemblyman last fall, and two weeks ago elected a liberal black mayor and three liberal city councilmen. The black congressman, Rep. Ron Dellums. a Democrat, joined with Cleveland Mayor Carl Stokes last weekend in appearing for the coalition candidates. 1 The incumbent councilmen formed a common defense front supported by a Concerned Citizens Committee. The Oakland Coalition contends that the black community needs more representation and that the council has not moved fast enough in housing, redevelopment and unemployment. The Concerned Citizens Committee has accused the coalition of seeking "to divide and destroy" in the name of. "community control" Nine independent candidates, some of them supported by small black or Mexican-American organizations, are expected to split the vote and force runoffs May 18 in three of the races. community as well as the local Catholic hierarchy. The Boston-bom Cardinal illustrated his noted Irish wit when he was invited by San Antonio Archbishop Francis J. Fury to be principal speaker. His cabled reply said briefly: "Have speech. Will travel." Plans for the evening of April 29 call for the Cardinal to be transported by San Antonio River boat from his hotel to the Convention Center, accompanied by serenading Mariachia. During his visit, he is to have special meetings with representatives of the Council of Churches and, besides the dinner occasion, a general meeting with priests of the archdiocese the afternoon of April 30 at Assumption Seminary. Catholic high school girls will serve as usherettes and hostesses at the banquet. Other speakers on the program will be Arahiblshop Furey and Auxiliary Bishop Patrick F. Floras, as well as retired San Antonio Archbishop Robert E. Lucey. Music for the Priests' Appreciation Night is to be provided by Mariachis and the Intercollegiate Liturgical Choral Society. The dinner menu, titled for the deaneries of the archdiocese, features "El Campo Steak" "FloresviUe potatoes," "Fredericksburg peas," "Hallettesville lettuce " ''Hondo onions,' "Schulenburg tomatoes," "Seguin dessert," "Victoria tea"' "Del Rio cocktail" and "San Antonio coffee." ' Chairman Garza said San Antonio's "Priests' Appreciation Night" is the first such event ever held in the U.S. He said it has been suggested that other denominations in the area may have similar programs to demonstrate appreciation to their ministers, and there has been discussion the event may expand into an all-faiths program to be held annually in San Antonio as a community-wide public " outpouring of thanks to the entire ministerial profession of the area. Over 3,000 are expected to attend this year's Catholic event, according to early reports from reservations chairmen. ' A number of Catholic bishops originally from the San Antonio area will be special guests for the occasion. TRUE VALUE Verde and Kinney Counties. The May draft call for Texas is for 959 men for induction. Col. Melvin N. Glantz, state director of Selective Service for Texas, has announced, and the national induction call is for 15,000 men. ' , Glantz < announced the limitation on Lottery Numbers for May as 125. This raises the lottery number limitation for May; the limitation had been 100 in previous months of 1971. A total of 3,440 men from Texas will be ordered to take a "pre-induction physical examination during May and the lottery number limitation for pre-induction physical examinations has been raised to random sequence Number 175. ' Induction orders .and physical examination orders are being mailed by local boards now for the May calls. TRUE VALUE TRUE VALUE TENSION? If you suffer from simple every day nervous tension then you should be taking B.T. tablets for relief. Call on the druggist at the drug store listed below and ask him about B.T. tablets. They're safe non-habit forming and With our guarantee, you will lose your every day jitters or receive*your money back. Don't accept a substitute for relief, buy B.T. tablets today. INTRODUCTORY OFFER WORTH $1.50 Purchase one pack of B. T. Tabs, and Recolve one Pack Free. 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