Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 22, 1971 · Page 2
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2-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Thursday, April 22, 1971 VOCATIONAL EDUCATION Employer-Employe Banquet Tonight BERRY'S WORLD- Firms which assist in providing the broad vocational training offered by Del Rio High School will be honored this evening. The occasion will be the Employer-Employe Banquet to be held at the Del Rio Civic Center at 7:30 p.m. by the four vocational programs at Del Rio High School. Some 275 employers, students, teachers ana guests are expected to attend. Bert Lynch, vocational education director for the Del Rio Independent School "Industrial Cooperative Training is under the direction of Salvador Ortiz. Vocational Office Education is directed by Mrs. Ida Jo Brien. Distributive Education is supervised by John Diego. Coordinated Vocational Academic Education is directed by Gerald Maldonado. H.M. "Pete" Monzingo will be speaker. Student Casey Roberts will be master of cermonies. Eagle Pass Gets New Twin Plants District, supervision. has overall Special to the News-Herald EAGLE PASS-Eagle Pass !*Del Rio'~»™ i Back When. . . KfXXttttf&Wf^^ FROM THE FILES OF THE DEL RIO NEW-HERALD of San Felipe. Mrs. Estelle FIVE YEARS AGO April 22, 1966 Mauro Paz, teacher of Spanish at Del Rio High School, has received a letter announcing his selection to attend a six weeks National Defense Education Act summer institute at New York University. County Judge Jim Lindsey presided at the election of the temporary Council of Community Action. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 22, 1961 Joel Zapata and Rosalva Salazar won first place for spelling for San Felipe High School in the Texas In terscholastic League competition. William Frank Newton, a junior at Del Rio High School, won first place in boys' extemporaneus speaking and moves on to the state meet in Austin. The first name inscribed on the new San Felipe Country Club golf championship trophy will be Morris Taylor. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 22, 1946 * Amateur boxing matches are Being promoted by the StemS? Felipe. Richardson became the new champion of women in the San Felipe Golf Club's tournament. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 22, 1941 Carl Shockley, principal of North Heights Elementary School, will be in charge of a musical program, presented by the pupils of North Heights for the Lions Club. The Del Rio Chamber of Commerce army headed by Joe Bailey, which lost to Doyal Sumrnitt's army in the recent campaign for new members will entertain the entire membership and their families at a weiner roast. **** FORTY YEARS AGO April 22, 1931 Now is the time to select your new Ford automobile for only $430 to $630, according to a News-Herald ad. Walter Hodge, assistant postmaster, was elected president of the Lions Club. Roy M. Andrews, sapefrntendent" of schools, announced that four new drinking fountains have been installed at the Central Elementary and North Heights •8rjHbttlS."~'••?'?••:••••'•- •:'" - Coinage Answer to r*rcviout Puzzle ACROSS 1 _ s Peruvian silver coins 5 Small coin of India 8 Ancient Greek coin 12 Monitor lizard 42 Merc t«fle 32 Chemical suffix 33 Plan' parts 35 County in Indiana ?8 Shop 3 9 Property item 13 Stray 14 Roman emperor 15 Tax 16 Old French money of account 17 Winglike 18 Ethiopian prince 19 Geometric figures 21 Hostelry 22 Roman magistrate' 24 Greek letter 26 French stream 28 Positive electrode 29 Depot (ab.) 30 Deep hole 31 Small bird 4C Vehicle 47 Desert dweller 49 Unit of reluctance 50 Dumb 51 Plexus (anat.) 52 Cuckoo blackbird 53 Arabian gulf 54 Body of water 55 Cooking utensil 56 Kind of wine DOWN 1 Coin of Ecuador 2 Mountain nymphs 3 Scottish miss 4 Abstract being 5 Mexican coin 6 Press 7 Mystery writer's first name 8 Ticrra del Fuego Indian 9 Slandered 10 Citrus fruit 11 Feminine appellation 19 Coins of Haiti 20 Husband of one's daughter 23 English surgeon 25 Motorists' 27 Consumes food 28 Samoan seaport 33 Solid (comb, form) 34 Salad garnish 36 Portuguese. coin 37 Tidier 38 Keen 40 English. stream 43 Snare 44 City in Nevada 45 Dismounted 48 Babylonian deity lodging places 50 Cartograph 1 12 15 18 22 26 3 23 13 16 6 [17 125 9 I2T 38 41 47 33 34 29 31 27 10 11 43 49" 56 44 45 150 153 fjrfwprue JAY'S ROOFING SERVICE Emergency Repairs We roof any home and ~ business property. Composition-Wood Shingles Commercial Work — All Types We repair ANY roof ' Call Day or Night 775-8847 will soon become the home of another industry. The final decision was announced by Arthur Fulton, executive vice-president of the Don Carter Manufacturing Company, Inc., in a communication with the Maverick County Development Corporation. The name Don Carter is well known by people who follow the sport of bowling, and he has been called "Mr. Bowling." The Don Carter Manufacturing Company is a new business developed by people long experienced in athletic equipment through association with National Athletic Supply of Des Moines, Iowa. The new company will manufacture Don Carter Bowling Gloves and Chi Chi Rodriquez Golf Gloves and other products on special contract. The plant will benefit the local employment by making work for as many as 60 men by the end of the first year of operation in Eagle Pass. It will also employ up to 120 other workers in Piedras Negras, Coahuila. Arrangements have been made to begin operations in a building, in the Industrial Park area of Eagle Pass and another location on Highway 57 in Piedras Neffras. The Arthur Fulton family will make Eagle Pass their home. This decision has been many months in the making and Eagle Pass was selected because of the "Twin-Plant" •type-- of- x>pe ration-'that Is" possible here, and the cooperation of the Mexican Border Program through Oscar Cadena of the Piedras Negras Chamber of Commerce and other interested citizens of both cities. AGO Dean Emeritus To Speak in Del Rio *>& © 1971 bj> NEA, I 'This of' stream ain't what it usedta be. Now, when the fish jump, they go—'PTUI'!" Special to the News-Herald ABILENE-Dr. Walter H. Adams, dean emeritus of Abilene Christian College, will speak in Del Rio on Wednesday, May 26. Dr. Adams will speak at the regular worship service of the Gregg Attending Training Meeting George Gregg, executive vice president and ^manager of the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce, is attending a South Texas Chamber of Commerce Managers and Secretaries Association leadership training conference today and Friday at South Padre Island. The conference will be completed Friday afternoon. Central Church of Christ, Spring St. at Mill. He will also talk to young, people about Christian education and present a 28-mimite slide show, "Our Primary Concern." A 1925 graduate of Abilene Christian, Dr. Adams earned a doctor's degree in guidance and personnel at Columbia University. He began work at ACC in 1925 as Instructor of mathematics. In 1932 he was named dean of the college and served until 1969. During the 1969-70 school year he was vice president for academic affairs. He is a past president of the Association of Texas Graduate Schools and the Association of Texas Colleges. : Miss New Mexico Universe to Visit Miss New Mexico Universe will stop in Del Rio for a brief visit en route to Miami Beach to participate in the Miss Universe Pageant. Miss Debbie Clary and her entourage will leave Las Cruces, N.M., early in the morning and arrive here about 7 p.m. May 3. She will stay at the Holiday Inn and will be the guest of the Chamber of Commerce for dinner in Mexico that evening. The following morning she will visit Laughlin Air Force Base before continuing her journey. Probation Officer Project Shaping Up Nurses Aide Night School Set at SWTJC A 40-hour night school for Nurses Aides and Orderlies will be offered at Southwest Texas Junior College in Uvalde beginning May 3 and continuing through June 3. The class will meet on Monday and Thursday from 6 until 10 p.m. in Room 7 of the Wagner Building. According to an announcement by Val Verde Memorial Hospital Administrator R.W. Re or dan, the tuition for the course will be $25 including text book. To qualify a person must be seventeen years of age or older, have at least an eighth grade education and the ability to follow verbal and written instructions, be in good health and personeal appearance, and complete 40 hours of instruction and maintain a grade of 70 or better. Reordan said that persons interested should contact the Registrar's office at SWTJC immediately. Reservations for the class are made on a first come basis. By HERB PORTER News-Herald Staff The five-county Adult and Juvenile Regional Probation Office project, originated by the Middle Rio Grande Development Council, is beginning to take shape with last minute conferences taking place with commissioners courts, prospective appointees, and courts officials of the 63rd Judicial District. The $43,300 first year project has already been approved by the participating counties, Edwards, Kinney, Maverick, Terrell and Val Verde, each of which has contributed its part of the local funds with which to finance the operation. The combined counties have anted a total of $6,246 in cash and another $11,074 in contributory services with which to operate both the adult and juvenile probation offices. To this, the Texas Criminal Justice Council has added another $25,980 in to give the project the . i( .,$43,300^ financial backing. According to the project outline, the new Adult Probation Officer will maintain headquarters in Eagle Pass in an office at the Maverick County Courthouse. However, the central records office will be maintained in Del Rio where a full-time secretary will be in charge of the record keeping for both the Adult and Juvenile Divisions. The officer in Eagle Pass will also be provided with a part-time secretary to assist him there. Headquarters for the Juvenile Probation Officer will be in the County Annex on Griner Streeeet, the location for the central records division. From here the officer will maintain supervision of juvenile offenders in the five county area. District Judge George M. Thurmond, as project director, will supervise the operation of both the probation officers and they will report directly to him. However, the two divisions will service the county courts as well as the district court and will be assigned probationary offenders from them as well. The salary for both the adult and juvenile officers will be $8,500 annually. In addition they will receive a travel allowance. This figure is believed to be a conservative one, in that salaries in other major Texas cities range as high as $15,000. The full-time secretary for the Del Rio office will be salaried $4,500 a year and the part-time secretary'in Eagle Pass will receive $2,200 annually. Creation of these two positionsisexpected to be DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD Del Rio, Texas 78840 Published each afternoon except Saturday, and also Sunday Morning by Del Rio News-Herald,, Jn& Second Class Postage paid at Dal Rio, Texas. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-By carrier in Del Rio-$2.10. By mail in town or out of town- $2.10. Ben Woodson Publisher Dan Bus Edjtor Ima Jo Eleetwood .. Assoe. 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 is not responsible for copy omission, typographical errors, or any unintentional error that may occur other than, to make corrections after being brought to attention. Advertising accepted on this basis only. of great assistance" to both the district and the county court judges and will in essence provide a greater chance of probation to convicted offenders to obtain probation with proper supervision. Supervision is considered to be an important phase of rehabilitation and with this, rehabilitation rather than imprisonment and detention will be made more possible. RITA 746 S. Main 775-3443 SHOW THRU SAT. THREE MONSTER MOVIES ncura nMUOBMMM Tim Holt P Audrey Dalton . ln L The Monster Tkot U Challenged the World $ GAY 90 Hwy. 90 East 775-4541 THURS. $1.00 A CAR LOAD JOURNEY TOSHILOH A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • TECHNICOLOR* LEE MARVIN Sergeant RYKER A UNIVERSAL PICTURE i« COLOR' AMALIATUERO Movie Star 60/wial THEATRE, RESTAURANT - BAR l Dancing Music from S p.m. til 2 a.m. FRIDAY THRU SUN. 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