Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 22, 1971 · Page 10
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Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas · Page 10

Del Rio, Texas
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Thursday, April 22, 1971
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Sale I sell or lease. 3 Bedroom 2 bath brick home. A/C. 120 Edwards St. $176 with 1 year lease or $1500 equity and $147 per mo. pmt. 18 yr. loan. LOTS POft L-4 FOR SALE 775-6069 or 776-2463. Call J dow ." " 18.00 7756585 °' CHECK THIS If you are looking for a nice brick home with 3 or 4 bedrooms with central heat, brand new, with payments of $75 to $100 per month, call today to see if you qualify for FHA 235 loan. Homes available now. BEN O'NEAL Real Estate 775-7011 VAL. VERDE PARK ESTATES Excellent income property. Two commercial lots With two bedroom house, $185 a month price $16,000., RIVER FRONT LOTS FOR SALE 100x150. Located on the Rio Grande River.Excellent location Must see to appreciate. A-Frame house for sale.Excellent for river lots or lake lots. Nicely furnished. By Owner — All electric 3 bedroom, 2 'bath home on large tree shaded lot, covered patio, 37' swimming pool, double fireplace, paneled family room, all built-insi in kitchen. Can be financed VA, FHA, or conventional. Shown by appointment only. 775-2582 or 775-8046 after 5P.M. $1400 down on 2 br., 1 bath. Total price $8900. At 503 Cortina* St. Call 7 75-209 2. 3 Br., 2 bath brick home for sale in very attractive neighborhood, Shown by appt. by owner. Phone 775-3677: ment or write to P.O.Box 1019 For Sale. Five zoned commercial lots or tt block for any kind of and , — .-„-•' across ur-ii i, 0 ^"- AU Paved streets. Will sell all or part. Cash or terms. Paved alley way on Avenue F, $5000 a lot or get ^S^oonS*™ appraiser. Call 775-3822 or come by 706 Avenue F. DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Thursday, April 22,1971-11' Almaguer Brothers Found Not Quilty AKE PROPERTY L- Drive and look at these by homes. If interested phone for an appointment to inspect the interior. 401-403 W. 10th St., 3 Br., and $135 per month income on apartment and boat storage. 425 Greenwood, 3 Br., and dining room. 122 Givens 2 Br. Cecil Newlin- Broker 775-3492 Three bedroom, 1 bath house for sale at 511 Vi E. Greenwood. $8500. Cash. Call 775-2092. Exceptionally large and exceptionally nice 3 bedroom 2 bath home with beautiful fireplace and den. o Enclosed storage area. Built-in kitchen. Gold Medallion all-electric home. 2 years old. $1200 down and assume payments of $246.57 per month, including taxes and insurance. Call Sam Builta, 775-2463 or 775-2692. i NEWEST GOODIE This 3 BR-2 bath beauty has everything * Den Vvith fireplace * Fully equipped kitchen * Central heat/air * Space galore * Close to schools * Equity or refinance A REAL JEWEL Sparkling new and just for you * 3 BR-2 baths * Sunken LR * All bult-ins * Beautiful decor * Central heat/air * Unique patio * Privacy wall $9,100 TO $15,500 We have 4 one bath homes in this range - one has 3 BRs, the others have two. If you're looking for low monthly payments your search has ended when you see us about one of these. RING OUR BELL and we'll tell you more about 2 good buys in Buena Vista. Both short-time owners being transferred. 3 Brs-2 bath with everything you want in a new home. Equities, or refinancing. SMART PEOPLE Don't dilly-dally when they hear about modern 3 BR-2 bath homes going fa* $17,900 and $19,000. They act fast Be smart - call us now. RIVIERA Is the name of one of our 8 popular Shamrock homes. We build others called Cascade, Empress, Victorian, Spacemaker, Monterrey, j! Seville and Malibu. Each can !' be built with any of 3 distinctive exteriors. Let one of our sales associates help you select one of these 24 beauties - then enjoy tha experience of choosing your colors, carpeting and inside/exterior decor -and watching-your new ho me take shape., FOR A SQUARE DEAL CALL [EN O'NEAL REAL ESTATE OFFICE 775-7011 Neal Montgomery Horn* Phone: 776-6536 Sue BMuchamp Horn* Phone: 778-6274 C.G. "Bud" Evl*r Horn* Phone: 775-7285 Onota Cook, Mgr.' Ho ma Phone: 775-5049 SAN PEDRO CANYON' ESTATES John Y. Long & Son 806 South Main. . .776-3561 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE AFFORDING OPPORTUNITY FOR PUBLIC HEARING CORRIDOR (LOCATION)' AND DESIGN (COMBINED HEARING) The Texas Highway Department is planning the improvement of U.S. Highway 90, from 0.7 miles West of Pecos River to 1.5 miles West of Shumla, a total distance of 7.5 miles. The improvements will ' be along the existing routeand will consist of constructing a two lane rural highway section composed of two 13 feet wide traffic lanes with 9 feet wide surfaced shoulders. 12 feet wide climbing lanes will be provided where required. The maximum •gradient will be five percfent and maximum horizontal curvature will be two degrees. The approximate depth of the compacted base will be 12 inches. The minimum right of way width will be TWTfeet and the maximum width will be approximately 400 feet. Maps and other drawings showing the proposed location and geometric design and any othtr Information about'' the proposed project are on file and available for inspection and copying at the Resident Engineer's Office on Highway 90 West in Del Rio, Texas. Also, the drawings showing the proposed geometric design have been placed on file with the Val Verde County Judge's Office. Information about the tentative schedules- for acquisition of right-of-way and construction can be obtained at the Resident Engineer's Office. RANGER JUNIOR CHOIR CONCERT-Two Del Rio musicians, Miss Carol Mendez, center, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mendez, and Sergio Mireles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mireles, were soloists with the Ranger Junior College Choir that presented a concert in the Del Rio Junior High School Auditorium .Wednesday night. With them, left, is Mrs. Vileria Brunk of the college. (News-Herald Photo) 86-Year-Old Del Rio Newspaper Interesting Eighty-six years ago today, April 22, 1885, a copy of the Del Rio Dot, weekly newspaper, was published here and is still treasureed by Charles Miller of 112 W. Martin St. The copy is No. 25 of Volume Two and lists William J. Lyons as the editor. An advertisement for the newspaper on the back page of the four-page publication said the Del Rio Dot was "devoted to the interests of Del Rio and West Texas generally." Its subscription rate was $2 per year. The Dot had "recently purchased an entire new job .outfit" and was "prepared to execute fine job printing." The Dot declared "Del Rio is a fast growing town of 2,500 Any interested citizen may request that a public hearing be held covering the social, economic and environmental effects of the proposed design for this highway project by delivering a written request to the Resident Engineer's Office on or before May 17, 1971. In the event such a request is received, a public hearing will be scheduled and adequate notice will be published about the date and location of the hearing. Hospital Notes VAL VERDE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admitted Wednesday: Guadelupe Levrie, Ruth Annemarie McCoy, Jose Rodriquez, Maria DeLeon, Rosa Alva Benavides, Rosa Estella Benavides, Hercilia Martinez, Jane Hall, Mark Preston, Francisco Cortez and Edna Mae Everett. Discharged Wednesday: Lazaro Nino, Moliie Bartlett, Carol Warzyniak, Kenneth Hayes, Steven Fernandez and Maria Reyes. inhabitants, beautifully located near perpetual springs, within one and one-hall miles of the Rio Grande, on the line of the G.H. and S.A. Railway. It is one of the finest health resorts in the west for persons with pulmonary complaints. It is also a divisional, station with round house and machine shop, which gives employment to a large number of men. There are also several thousand acres of choice irrigable land close to and adjoining the town, which can be purchased in quantities to suit and on reasonable terms. AH letters of inquiry that may be addressed to us by parties living at a distance will be cheerfully and promptly answered." Most of the paper was filled with advertisements, including those for "merchant tailor," Hotel Val Verde, Dr. E.G. Nicholson, the Climax Saloon, Carter and Mullaly Undertakers, Charles Miller (senior) house, sign and car stage painting; plumbers and steam and gas fitters, livery and feed stable, the XIOU 8 saloon, The Bellhouse, "the only first class hotel in Brackett,", a tailor, bakery, boot and shoe ad and standard stallions offered for sale by the Helotes Ranch. Others advertising were the Lone Star Saloon, Coffin's Fast Express, Del Rio Drug Store, Haltom and Jones, attprneys-at law, M. Cooper, physician and surgeon, Archibald Bogle, civil SEARS Chain Link Fence Sole 59* Ft. 4 Ft. Ht. Gates and ' Terminal Post Extra Free Estimates Call John Duncan Alfonso Guerra Tele. 775-7521 FOR YOUR OWN GARAGE SALE! BRING YOUR OLD THINGS YOU WANT TO SELL AVE, F 12th ST. ACE .<; BIG CONTEST Come on down to our store during Spring Happy Home Values Sale and register for the big Happy Home Sweepstake. It's free. Nothing to buy ... no jingles to write. Just stop in and register and you may win one of 4 Pairs of American Motors His 'n Hers .. ..' or there are over 1,000 other merchandftie prizes to be awarded to Spring Hardware-Gousewares Sale shoppers, too. Stop in today and register, and while you're there just look over all the big Happy Home Values in famous brand-name hardware and housewares we're featuring now. PRIZE PHCKBGE 1 ONE OF POOR PAIRS Of///$-//£/?$ OFFICIAL ENTRY OF "JAVELIN" .ZIP.. j ACE HARDWARE AVEi F at 12th DEL RIO, TEXAS 775-7446 I97I SPRING HAPPY HOME VALUES CONTEST VOID WHERE PROHBITED eV LAW Bruno and Benlto Almaguer charged with the June 6, 1970 theft of a stereo tape deck from a car, stood before District Judge George Thurmond at 10 a.m, Wednesday and heard the jury foreman return a not guilty verdict. The state had alleged that the two brothers had broken into a car parked in the Civic Center parking lot during a dance and stolen the tape deck and a case containing ten stereo tapes. Seven women and five men comprised the jury selected by Del Rio Schools Due Impact Aid engineer, Del Rio Livery and feed stable, Del Rio bakery. Ware's Saloons, beef, mutton and pork; William Gannon, brick maker, Max Lindheim and Brother, dry goods and notions; wines, whiskey, French brandy, the W.M. Nunley restaurant "opposite the post office," and Will Bonnet and Brother, grociers and hardware. 'A poem, "Dreaming of| Home," with a story on "The Printer and his Type" and "A powered locomotive" were among those on the front page, with another entitled "How! Shoplifters Work." A column entitled "Railroad Dots" stated "April showers favored Val Verde County Saturday. Time freight for the west passed through here Friday, night, business increasing. The Pay Car 'Ranger' arrived this evening paying the employes for the month of March. It is thought Mr. Albertson will go through to El Paso this trip. We noticed several cars loaded, with stock cattle shipped west the past week and are informed they were owned by parties in Gonzales county and are moving their cattle to Presidio county, where better range is found. Who was it circulated the report a railroad man was not entitled to vote because they sleep in cars. Perhaps the gentleman so wisely informed thinks the company should not provide comfort for its employes." The Department of Health, Education and Welfare has obligated $343,275 for impact aid to the Del Rio Independent School District for the fiscal year ending June 30, 1971, school officials were informed today. Walter Block, DRISD business manager, said that the funds are being provided under Public Law 847, 'commonly called aid to federally impacted areas. The $343,275 represents 90 per cent of the amount requested for students residing on federal installations, $240,596.46, and 70 per cent of the amount requested for federally connected children not residing on federal property, $102,678.91. Fifty per cent of this amount or $171,637 will be forthcoming to the school district within a few days, the officials were notified. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, advised of the action by the Department of HEW, passed the word on to Val Cadena and Bit Terry, who assisted him in his campaign in Val Verde County. District Attorney John Pettit and defense attorney Mike Gonsalez. Nineteen-year-old Bruno Almaguer, following the trial was returned to his cell fa the Val Verde County Jail where he is being held in lieu of bond in the March 27 stabbing of Ruben Martinez. Almaguer was arrested following the stabbing of the San Felipe High School athletic star in a service station lot on Cantu Street. He was charged with assault with intent to commit murder and bond was set at $1,000 but subsequently raised to $10,000 by the Val Verde County Grand Jury. A trial date has not yet been set. District Court was not in. session today due to the sudden illness of District Attorney John Pettit and District Clerk Dixie Connolly. Judge Thurmond said that court will reconvene on Monday. UNITED ROOFING CO. FREE ESTIMATES WHITE-SNOWCAPS Keeps your gravel on the roof, not in the grass. Cooler in summer, beautifies your home. Roofing, all types, no job too large or too small. Ainsworth & Vega 775-8176 1108 AVE. -J ULTRA BRITE TOOTH PASTE DISCOUNT DRUG PRICES GOOD THURSDAY THRU SATURDAY FASTEETH POWER F-RF CK REGULAR 85c BRECK BASIC TEXTURIZING SHAMPOO WITH PROTEIN 3-OZ. TOR REG. 1.09 5 DAY STAY DRY SPRAY DEODORANT 4 01. REG.1.29 Johnson and Johnson BABY LOTION 9oz. REG.-1.29 VITALIS "' iForTrW tialr' 7 or. REG. 1.49 VO-5 The Natural One HAIR SPRAY For Men 7oz. WHERE BUYERS AND SELLERS MEET! FREE SPACE ON OUR PARKING LOT SATURDAY, ALL DAY, REG. 5.00 GERITOl 24 oz. Liquid or 80 Tablets FAMILY SIZE TUBE ULTRA BRITE TOOTH PASTE REG. 1.75 COVER GIRL COSMETICS $|09 SCHICK Super Stainless Razor Blades Double Edge Pkg. of REG. 1.39 FASTEETH Denture Adhesive POWDER |4'/4 OZ. 7. L_A VAWA •' SOIY'< E 7 LAY*, to AY PANASONIC RONSON ELECTRIC SHAVER Stainless steel blades. Unbreakable body. With Ron son's exclusive trimming fea- tures REG. 19.95 Complete With Carrying Con 6-TRAHSISTOR RADIO For long range reception. Complete with earphone, long life battery and carrying case. COUPON i 1V4 Pound Box of CHOCOLATE COVERED MALLOWS OR VA Pound Box of Assorted COOKIES Your Choice COUPON ; Piastre ring GARDEN SPRINKLERS Covers large area. Choree • f r;"} / Ray-Less \\Wi/fe Snecial ' COUPON! REG. 98' ALPHA PLASTIC BAGS Heavy Duty For Lawns Storage Garbage Etc. " 20x35 Box of 10 $100 2XTXCOUPON " M M M M. M M M LONG LIFE LIGHT BULBS 25 to 100 wotti your choice for 00 COUPON M M M M M M P 3-PC. GARDEN TOOLSET • Trewtl • 4 prong .hand • taVi • • tonitdfojk all steel all for COUPON UUJ REG.79c 12-OZ. CAN ARMOUR TREET W.M.M M.M.W8.M MM M Wl f\* MM M MM M M M M M M M M M M M .M M.M.M

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