Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 23, 1971 · Page 2
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^-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Friday, April 23, 1971 Organizations Named For CAP Board Slots Organizations to be represented on the administering board of the Val Verde County Community Action Agency were selected Thursday night. Representatives of local government, called Category I, and representatives of the poverty target areas, called Category II, met to select the clubs, whose representatives will be called Category III. The three categories make up the administering board, which will serve in an advisory committee to the County Commissioners Court, which is the governing board. At the meeting held at the San Felipe Neighborhood Facility, organizations named to be invited to elect a representative each to the administering board were the Del Rio Ministerial Alliance, Del Rio Lions Club, San Felipe Lions Club, Del Rio Rotary Club, Laughlin AFB Officers Wives Club, Laughlin AFB Non-Commissioned Officers Wives Club, the American G.I. Forum) the United Civic Organization, and Knights of Columbus. The Optimist Club, Chamber of Commerce and Jaycees were named alternates, in the event that some of the organizations named decline the invitations. Category HI members come from organizations whose programs have demonstrated an interest in helping the poor. Members present at the meeting included the following representatives of local government, Category I: Sam Barich," Moises Villarreal, Richard Perez, Sergio Gonzalez Jr., Ike Townsend, Frank Torres, Mike Neuman and Carl Pendergrass. Representatives of Target Areas, Category II, attending were: Nieves Flores, Mrs. Guadalupe Garza, Mrs. Apolonia De la Rosa, Mrs. Leonllla Chapman and Mrs. Trinidad Garcia. Also attending were Mrs. Sharron Flippen, executive director, Cecil Gutierrez, planner-evaluator, and members of the Community Action programs staffs. Mrs. Flippen said that present Office of Economic Opportunity policy calls for the causes of poverty and problems to be identified by the community and that the programs requested to remedy them to be developed through community support. To pursue this aim, Mrs. Flippen stated, questionnaires have already been mailed to a representative cross-section of "--ncwon OTIYIKUSIUM CONTESTANTS-Named among the top some 100 businessmen, 50 or the top 10 peY cent contestants in three different categories teachers, and others. The at the recent French symposium in San Antonio left to riqht W^WKtKS ?ZL?ZL™ Ri ° HI* Woo. students: A.icia And M canvass, Mrs. Fliooen stated. RE A Express Acts To Curb Walkout NEW YORK (AP) - RE A Express announced today that it had obtained a federal court restrainingorder calling for an end to the four-day-old strike against the company by the Brotherhood of Railway and Airline Clerks. A company spokesman said the court action in the contract rules dispute followed "fruitless day-long settlement attempts" under the auspices of the National Mediation Board in Washington. The order was signed-shertly before midnight Thursday by U.S. Dist. Court Judge Newell Edenfield in Atlanta, the spokesman said. The strike began April 19 in New York and spread through the system which operates 3,375 offices and customer"service centers in all 50 states. At issue was REA's institution of 17 new highway runs in the Northeast. The spokesman said he "hoped operations would return to normal by early next week." "REA filed its complaint in Atlanta asking that the strike issue be consolidated with an earlier case there in which the court had enjoined the union from conducting similar illegal stoppages," some months ago, the spokesman said. Four DRHS French Students Rank High Recently released competition results of the seventh annual French" Symposium, held in San Antonio in March, named four Del Rio High School students among the top 50 (or top 10 per cent) contestants in three different categories. In first - year vocabulary competition, junior Mary Dodd Abbett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Abbett, took Maverick Airport Chairman Resigns Music EAGLE PASS-The chairman of the Maverick County Airport Commission has resigned for what he calls the apparent "lack of interest" by members of the commission and county commissioners. The chairman, Dan McDuff, a former Maverick county Aniwcr to Frevioui Punle ACROSS 1 Musical pauses 6 Traditional Homeric melodies 11 Charge (Latin) 13 Zither (Hal.) 14 Man from Zion 15 Rear of ship 16 Knead (dial.) 17 Factory 10 Small boy 20 Disciple 22 Soap plant 25 Musical study 29 Ceremony 30 Primates 31 Friend (Fr.) 32 German musical composer 33 Besiege 3G Outlook 38 Organized detecting system 42 Arab robe 45 City in Now York 46 Taxi 49 Highly seasoned stew 51 Conceive mentally 53 Quickly 54 Music, assignment 55 South American mountains 56 Storehouse DOWN 1 Miss Stevens, soprano 2 Man's name 3 Dog's name 4 Wine cask 5 Eurasian plain 6 Snuggle 7 Mel. of baseball fame 8 Encounter 9 Odd (Scot.) W Grit (coll.) 12 Flat plinth (arch.) 13 Beveled edge 18 While 20 Pub drink 21 Greek letter 22 Nomad 23 Buffoon 24 Elevator inventor 26 Javanese tree 27 Obligation 28 This (Sp.) 34 Boy's nickname 35 Game fish (Pi.) 36 Buyer 37 That thing 39 Low female singing voice 40 Germanium (ab.) 41 Brad 42 Harp (Hal.) 43 Farm building 44 Not young 46 House (Sp.) 47 Upon 48 Beautifully (Latin) 50 Glucide 52 East (Fr.) judge, critized the Commissioners Court in a letter made public this week, for appointing a 17 member board which he said made it almost impossible to get a quorum at a meeting. McDuff said that he had recommended on several occasions that the size of the committee be reduced to five members so more effective meetings could be had without the quorum problem. However, he said his suggestions fell on deaf ears and as a result the commission has done absolutely nothing that it set out to do. The airport commission was created recently by the county court, who appointed themselves and several local area businessmen and merchants, to serve on the board. Their goal was to find a buyer for the present 100 acre airport situated inside the Eagle- Pass city limits and then to locate a new site outside the city for a new airport facility. One commissioner said today that he is the only member of the court to have attended a commission meeting and that there has never been more than three persons present at a meeting. He said that McDuff has requested County Judge Ramon Saucedo Jr. to reduce the size of the committee on several occasions but the judge has replied, "give me another 30 days" on each occasion. McDuff apparently became angry with the 'stall' and resigned, according to the commissioner. An Eagle Pass city councilman also had some words on the issue this morning saying that the county is getting nowhere fast with the airport project. "It appears that the county is looking to 4nake a profit on the sale of the old airport site," he" said. "They are asking a premium price for that land and have been offered a donation of the new site outside the city." eighth place. Miss Abbett also placed sixth in the first year of grammar competition. Senior Blanca Berain, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rolando Berain of Ciudad Acuna, Mexico, won tenth place in second year vocabulary competition, and seventeenth place in listening comprehension. Taking 28th place in second year vocabulary competition was senior Guillermina Bosquez, daughter of Pedro- Bosquez. In listening comprehension, Miss Bosquez placed 12th. Alicia Andrade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Andrade, placed 46th in second year vocabulary competition and 27th in listening comprehension. Dee Moynihan of the French Symposium's Advisory Council said, "Since we had more than 1,300 c on test ants, approximately 500 per category, this is indeed an accomplishment, and reflects the quality of instruction and the dedication of your teachers." The French Symposium is an annual series of contests covering various areas of French study, including listening comprehension, grammar, vocabulary, civilization, poetry, prose, prepared and extemporaneous speaking, dramatic reading, music, art, costumes and a bicycle "tour de France." Mrs. Polly Chandler and Miss Otila Gonzalez accompanied the students to San Antonio for the symposium, made up of approximately 1,300 students from 45 schools across the state. r Del Rio I Back When... :*: : : : : : :W:W::$:::%^$£^ FROM THE FILES OF THE DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD FIVE YEARS AGO April 23, 1966 Rain, hail, high winds and flooding plagued Del Rio, bringing the city's moisture to 3.67 inches. **#* TEN YEARS AGO April 23, 1961 Jimmy Sellers, Jeraid Weatherman, Gerald Hall and Jimmy Allen, the Del Rio Wildcat mile relay team, set a new Region IV record. Gilbert Murray, president of the Del Rio Chamber of Commerce, announced that Del Rio will serve as host for a delegation of business and civic leaders from Alice, who are touring several "outstanding" Texas cities. #### TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO April 23, 1946 Hilary B. Doran Sr., temporary chairman, and J.A. Kercheville, president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, who is temporary secretary, conducted a meeting of the Highway 90 Association. C.M. Heliums and Douglas Newton will play for the championship of the San Felipe Golf Club tournament. ***# THIRTY YEARS AGO April 23, 1941 J.O. Boothe, vice-president of the Del Rio Bank & Trust Company, announced the beginning of a sale of series H bonds. **** FORTY YEARS AGO April 23, 1931 Many adults and teachers, as well as school children, have fallen victim to an epidemic of measles. Sam H. Walk, chairman of the hatchery committee, says Del Rio s chances of getting a fish hatchery are very favorable. GU"TA T R ?LEARNTOPLAYA w ,f fahav e some excellent guitars and small amps, that ,are availibie at a verv reasonable price. y Elmo Lopez Music Center 415S.MAirT 775-8015 V ONE FULL BOX FRIED CHICKEN Necks-Gizzards-Livers, with French Fries Bread & Jalapenos 00 ANY DAY ANYTIME MEME'S KLEEN KITCHENS • No. 1 -.401 E. Gibbs (775-5389) No. 2 • 202 Canal (775-3696) (Ntwtoaptr CnitTpt'iu At in.) RITA 746 S. Main 775-3443 SHOW THRU SAT. THREE MONSTER MOVIES P Tim Holt p Audrfy Da I ton I In I Tho Momrer U That y Challenged $ tho World $ GAY 90 *'S /• • Hwy. 90\East 775-4541 THURS. • \ $1.00 A CAR LOAD )East m JOURNEY TOSHILOH A UNIVERSAL PICTURE • TECHNICOLOR* LEE MARVIN Sergeant RYKER- * COLOR' _..:* AMALIATUERO Movie Star MR.MARABU From Colombia DUETO AGUILAySOL 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. tit 2 a.mj FRIDAY THRU SUN. / COVER CHARGE $1 PER PERSON FOR TWO FLOOR SHOWS ' • COMBO COLONIAL & LOS ARABES BAND CARLOSM From/M MONDAY - THRU - THURSDAY Cover Charge 50 c per person (U.S.) , COMBO COLONIAL £ LOS ARABES BAND' ORETTI.M.C. From/Mexico City Crystal City Dispute To Be Aired in Court CRYSTAL CITY, Tex. (AP) A court hearing was set here for May 17 Thursday on a dispute over acountry club's use of city property. City.attorney Jesse Gamez said a judge set the hearing after dlsmlsslngarestrainlngordej utes. that was issued recently against City Manager Bill Richey. The restrainingorder was granted after Richey closed the coun- tryclub, saying its contract for leaslngcity property was Illegal The club has since re-opened, Gamez said the country club leased city land in 1949 and paid $35 a month until 1952 Since then, he said, the club has not paid any rent to the city un- .der an ordinance passed by the city council Gamez also charged the club hasbeencity manager since the discriminates against the large partycame to power on the city Mexican-American population council a year ago. He has re- here. Since it is oncity property, signed, effective April 30 to he said, it is possible federal study for a law degree at liar- funds could be withdrawn from '"""' the city under civil rights stat- vard. Visiting Dist. Judge Walter Laughridge of San Antonio dismissed the restraining order against Richey, Gamez said, and set the May 17 hearing on the club's lease with the city. Gamez said the city, now under the administration of a Mexican-American third party, also is seeking $14,400 in back rent and attorneys' fees. Richey. 27, a close ally of RazaUnidaParty officials here, Comstock Head Start Funds Received Here Texas Office of Economic Opportunity Director George P, Taylor today annqunced state approval during the past week of an Office of Child Development supplemental grant of $944 in new federal funds to Val Verde County Community Action Agency in Del Rio for Summer Head Start. Funded under Title II of the Economic Opportunity Act, this grant is effective Feb. 22, 1971, through Nov. 30, 1971. with classes conducted June 14 through Aug. 6, 1971. Mrs. Sharron Flippen, executive director of the Val Verde County Community Action Agency, said the funds have been earmarked by the Commissioners Court as the agency's governing board for the summer Head Start program to be conducted by the Comstock Independent School District. The program will be conducted at Comstock for eligible youngsters from the Comstock, Langtry and Juno areas, she stated. DEL RIO NEWS HERALD Dal Rio, Tixw 7M40 Published each afternoon axcapt Saturday, and alio Sunday Momim by Dal Rio Niws-Harald, Inc. Sacond Clan Pottage paid at Dal Rio, Texts. SUBSCRIPTION RATES-BV carrier in Dal Rio-$2.10. By mail in town or out of town-$2.10. Ben Woodson Publisher Pin But •.... Editor Ima Jo Eiaatwood .. Assoc. Editor Carlos Sotelo Bus. Mar Ralph N. Skalton Cir. M^. 'Any erroneous reflection upon the character, standini or reputation of any parson, firm or corporation win BJadry be corrected when such occurs in the columns of this newspaper and ere brought to the attention of the management The Publisher is not responsible for copy omiiHon, typographical errors, or any unintentional error mat may occur other than, to make corrections after being brought to attention. Advertising accepted on this basis only. <-—><-* SPRING PAIMT SALE REGAL WALL SATIN LATEX INTERIOR FLAT PAINT SALE PRICE. . $ 61? REG. PRICE . $8.24 LIMITED OFFER SALE ENDS APRIL 29 LUMBER COMPANY V £aaLe, Li 416 S. MAIN 775-3508 FRIDAY * COLOR KENS.JY PROGRAM 5-CBS 7 :00 il* :30 The New Andy :4S Griffith Show* 8 :00 CBS Friday :15 Night Movie :30 "Sons And :45 Lovers" 9 500 Dean Stockwell, • •* Trevor Howard •45 W :00 Channel 5 :15 Report* :30 Project Terror :45 "Valley of The n :00 Dragons" :15 Cesare Danova :30 "The Mummy" ;1S Rori^arloff^ KSAT-TV 2-ABC Nanny & Professor* Partridge" ' Family* That Girl* 1 """ II Odd Couple* a Love- American Style* It It 12 Star Final* Weather.Sports* Late Movie* "Rails Into WOAI-TV 4-NBC 11 It The Name of the Game* u n it tt Heifetz* , 11 II tt TV 4 News* a Tor.ight* KLRN-TY KWEX-TV 6-ED. 6-IND. N O A F 1 P E R R 0 N G O R ••• 0 A N M M Laramie" 1 " 'XT John Payne- 1 " N Mari Blanchard I " G a 1 // Un Mundo Nos Vigila Simplemente Vivir Musica y E. Mussart* El Retrato Da Dorian Gray lucha Libre n a a .a Frontera // Moticiero 41* Sign Off SATURDAY fr" O:30 ^^ :45 Farm News* 7 :00 Bugs Bunny— :I5' Road Runner :30 Hour*, :45 In The Know* 8 !?? 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