Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on April 27, 1971 · Page 2
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2-DEL RIO (TEXAS) NEWS-HERALD, Tuesday, April 27, 1971 Foes Jump • *, • v " On Amtrack BUMPER YIELD-The sixth grade taught by Mrs. Kathy Carlson at Memorial Elementary School have gleaned 3,000 aluminum cans in the campaign they launched five months ago, before the intense concern shown in clean-ups to improve the environment became popular. Left to right are Robert Paret, president of the Vasquez Enters Plea of Guilty The jury in the Rueben Vasquez trial in 63rd Judicial District Court here was dismissed earlier than it was expected Monday after Vasquez changed his mind about having a jury trial and entered a guilty plea. Vasquez was charged with receiving and concealing stolen goods in a case that occurred in October of last year. According to investigating officers in the case he received and concealed a stolen stereo tape deck from two juveniles who were charged in the theft. The defendant originally requested a jury trial and the jury was selected and sworn in , and instructed to report back to begin hearing testimony Monday afternoon. However, r Del Rio Back When. shortly after the jury was dismissed Vasquez notified District Judge George M. Thurmond that he wished to enter a guilty plea. Judge Thurmond granted his request and dismissed the jury that had been selected. Marijuana Bust Upheld by Court WASHINGTON CAP) - The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear the case of an Austin man convicted for possession of a marijuana butt. The court sustained adecision by the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals upholding conviction of Charles A. Broom, who was sentenced to six years. Justice William Douglas dissented. ^ FROM THE FILES OF THE DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD FIVE YEARS AGO April 27, 1966 R.C. King, principal of Del Rio High School, has announced plans for the upcoming commencement. Phillip G. Hester, Del Rio High School senior, has won a United States Air Force Merit Scholarship in nationwide competition. **** TEN YEARS AGO April 27, 1961 B.Y. , Dickinson, Del Rio High School science instructor, presented winners of the school's recent Science Fair in a program before the Del Rio Rotary Club. Some of those taking part were Marcella Rowland, Mary Pettit, Susan McMichael, Mike Deaton and Walter Weathersbee. Amateur radio operators in Del Rio will take part in the simulated wartime attack on Texas, announced James Garner, state coordinator of civil defense and disaster relief. TWENTY- FIVE YEARS AGO April 27, 1946 Noel C. Fry announced almost complete elimination of ' DEL RIO NEWS-HERALD Del Rio, Texas 78840 Published each afternoon except Saturday, and also Sunday Morning by Del Rio News-Herald, Inc. Second Class Postage paid at Del Rio, Texas. • SUBSCRIPTION RATES-By carrier in Del Rio-$2.10. By mail in town or out of town- $2.1 0. Ben Woodson . . ....... Publisher Pan Bus . . . ........... • .Editor I ma Jo Elettwood . . Assoc. 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. Advertisini accepted on this basis only. flies from the new stalls at the Del Rio Park in preparation for the Livestock Association's quarter horse show and race. O.C. Fisher has announced his candidacy for the office of representative of the 21st Congressional District, in which Del Rio is located. **** THIRTY YEARS AGO April 27, 1941 E.P. Hoover, head of the Del Rio Junior Chamber of Commerce Softball Association, announced that the organizational meeting to plan the team play is to be held today. , The District Bar Association will be held in Del Rio. - **** FORTY YEARS AGO Arpil 27, 1931 Roy M. Andrews, secretary of the Del Rio Rotary Club, and John Rowland attended the district conference of Rotarians in San Antonio. Coach A.L. Anthony, Drury Wood and W.P. Grisham will have charge of the program of Athletics for National Boys Week. Hospital Notes VAL VERDE MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Admitted Sunday: Karen Keator, Cleotilde Lopez, Buelah Williams, Dorothy Louise Chesney, Maria Esther. Powell, Jesus Minor, Gricelda Naranajo, Elizabeth Murrah and Carlos Garza. Discharged Sunday: Carolina Hernandez, Natividad Lugo, Rosie Urbina, Jose Musquiz, Alfonso Flores, Consuelo DeLeon, Maria Almendarez, Maria Cortez, Belia Cervantez, Valentina Castro, Karen Jackson and Arturo Garza. Admitted Monday: Nicholas Falcon, Rosemary Blanks, Elvia Contreras, Annie Briggs, Sandra Burlingame, Josepha Villareal, Martha Gamec, Antonia Lozano, Bobby Dan Renfro Jr.j Cara Rebecca Cadena, Alta Looney, Celia Guzman and Jose Gonzales. Discharged Monday: Antonio Pequeno, Renaldo Vjllalpando, Leslie Summitt, Jesus Martinez and Cleotilde Lopez. BERRY'S WORLD class; Alan Summers, vice-president; Julia Lowe, secretary and Cindy Martinez, the treasurer. The class is made up of 31 members. The cans will be sold to one of two concerns that buy them and class members have not decided what the money will be used for after it is collected. (News-Herald Photo) Billie Sol To Get Out WASHINGTON (AP) - Six years after entering prison under a 15-year federal sentence for mail fraud and conspiracy Texas promoter BilUeSol Estes has been paroled to his brother's farm. After an expedited hearing Monday, the U.S. Parole Board said the 46-year-old Estes can leave the. LaTuna Federal Correctional Institution near El Paso, Tex., July 12. Under terms of his parole, Estes cannot engage in "any self-employment or promotional type activity" unless cleared in advance with the parole board. Board Chairman George J. Reed said Estes will live with his wife and four children in Abilene, Tex., and work in the farming operation of his brother John, Although Estes was turned down for parole in his first try 15 months ago and was not scheduled for a rehearing until next December. Reed said new evidence caused the board to expedite a review. F) Wt by NEA, "Our company is structured to attract today's college graduate —we offer freedom from responsibility, an uninhibited social life and we're group-oriented!" HAMBURGERS ea. or 5 For WE GRIND OUR OWN MEAT FRESHDAILY MEME'S KLEEH KITCHENS 401 E. Gibbs 775-5389 202 Can! - 775-3696 SEARS Chain Link Fence Sale 59* M. 4 Ft. Ht. 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Standing in their way are: Unions seeking a federal court injunction against Amtrak as part of their attack on the system's provisions to protect workers, an association of passengers preparing a legal move to extend the life of trains doomed to discontinuance once Amtrak takes control and llth*our hearings by the Senate Commerce .Committee. Another obstacle is Ralph Nader, the consumer-protection advocate. In a letter to Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield of Montana, an opponent of the corporation's plans, Nader urged Congress to "repudiate the Railpax (Amtrak) concept and replace it with a viable mechanism to serve the public." "Congress, in its haste to avoid the industry's threats of DEATHS Williams Rites Set Last rites for Clifton Williams, 70, will be held Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Doran Chapel with the Rev. Harvey Kinchelow officiating. Burial will be made in 'Westlawn Cemetery under the direction of the Doran Funeral Home. Williams, who had resided in Del Rio 25 years, died in his home at 311 Hogan Dr. He was born June 2, 1900, in Waxahachie, Tex., and served in World War II. He was a section worker for, the Southern Pacific Railroad here. Williams was a member of Grace United Methodist Church in Del Rio, Survivors include his widow, Mrs. Nancy Williams; two stepsons, John C. Wilson of Ozona and Earl Wilson of Pamona, Calif.; stepdaughters, Mrs. Gracie Lou Lasksy of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. Mary Ward of San Dimas, Calif., and Mrs. Juanita Monteague of Los Angeles; sisters, Ella Louise and Mrs. Mae Etta Johnson of Phoenix, Ariz.; a brother, Robert Williams of Dallas. IbflK-ni on your old Air Conditioner 746 S. 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