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   Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1956, Del Rio, Texas                                Guff m m m fcmbflis ctftfitf tomorrfr of yotj frfto sweated ont moaning at three bands irffl ffett Set tew seconds Wst Weht in parade down our Main Drag to open Cadty Waftftaw Gym have another j the MOD annual drive Aceom tonlsht when the Sonora thf musical organisations to town Response j from Laushlin Field Del Rio High cqftwnunity folks was misrh bet School and San Felipe High School let With about a third of the svm occupied When the sen t Jefnt then well groups of Kenasrers and automobiles Ernie Morris is I chairman for Val Verde County pwfcchin about and tetrk ami nnii ffotten this procession for the Wildcat rnCr for kttkoff evmt Class walked off with the tfc John of pfo tUfrndano trophy tacking up AFti ietnmed Now if the Sophs nnd the n I i 117 Freshmen will show up tonisht nnd Seniors make a comeback be lookintf up T11C rame is Mated for fi 30 the Tomcats the vith the matnliner scheduled nt bellt Mr S of thf Women Sgietk program the WTrfeit Ctnb luncheon 11 a rrazy hat affair at the San iub prlies going in Marr Staratilck for the most comi calt Nancy Nunemakrr for the toast origlnsl VU Cavalln fw the most becoming The SUritiirkmodel was a nifnla lanndry bag clothes line romptete with anmeniionables Ottt to dry The classic represent ed LAFB with the jets control and trlmminrs The Ca taUo ctratinn was 1 cartwheel jofc topped with oodles of Christmas cards Sady bad himself a ball and stated that a lot of orie Inallty went into the creations Dofrfrcnc DspJ ter of LAFB called to tell us of the loss of sporting this n liver nnd white pointer niimcd While the captain was overseas his little dauchtrr lv j Uu came very nttflched to old Chip of since Tuesday of this work the n 1S frmn his Sew tork hoHdare and speaks kindly of the althnttgh he dW regain s bit of pleasure going skating natanllrfroirn He brotatht back a hantimatle Nor wegian ski sweater for which wrll effect sort nf a swap nting the skitype pull over we already hare as bait The LAFB Rams are to fulfill Neighbor pobcv Mon day nieht in Pirdras Necras ns Betis James Pncnf nnd JCnpt Fischrr nil of Pperjaj sv ices accompany the club be met MtONCOS INVADE WILDCAT DEN FRIDAY NIGHT With the echoes of last nights barely inaudible the Cody Wardlnw Gymnasium attain takes on two basketball clubs seeking one common end Victory In one cor j wearing whitetrunks trimmed in maroon and srgld are the Del Rio Wildcats home again Inhere they scared the living arc hichts out of the Brackettville Ti pMs last nieht before a fair crowd j before bowing in tlie final split Tn by iRams rnret Nhampions land h ns new cvm lnt the mavor of nm r cr r in Mell hate excerpts from tbr hucr talent show by K A fit the Marrh of Dimes bfcin nlnr Tuesday an the CJuff And while nn tlie wrre ttirr lrs IhivH will trelrome any of perform nine ubKtlc dn tricks fancy rnpinc or tliine else talented at nut eel thervrol Idr h will brnrflt 1 docs that would like tu but From Why info that Sa MtlS I l Tn I Pattern or j oi o and who lived I makers Enalanfl obser until rwMitly n holiday on the Chip is years old nnd wearing a with dog tag tearing the Potter i The little pal is Joiuly for or Chip and awaits his return If YOU we i the crntle pointer around vour neighborhood whittle or cull him inand then dial the base and contact Cap Potter at Extension i IlJrj j wilted Utlle Kay merly of njn in FloreKvllIf hospitalized because of dire fire which claimed the life of older brother U at Brooks General Hospital in Santnne and would most cer tainly appreciate a note or mebbe so an old comic hook from folks remember him Hes the nephew of and Janie Patterson parents of up and coming ath Jetes now in the Del Rio School Ultle Ray has unilrr tone surgery and amputation of several of his toes and will Tiave to remain In the hospital for three months A thank you was read nnd appreciated by this stripteawr this yawning bearing the sipmtture of the secretary of the Wesley Fellow Parliament Police plot tluosigh an of tlie 4943 the other corner wearing red Broncos demons of Sutton y where they set a 24 won t lost record last year visitors are pared by the fnb Georcie Johnson and the Riss Chalk with as Letsinger height and ex five the Broncos a high in Conference A circles this season and brings more icjte excitement to the Cody Wnrd j krv eiMjrt tonight j Tlie WiJdfat a steadily improv will front with tall Tern Oemv PnTnam Ken Ricks j Khmbnll Mitchell and Ossie Ramos i with assistance from Hank Wood arid Mota Expecting i v tic affair once neain the Cats jsMve to surpass the 500 mark J whiiri they now hold with five j TOMCATS AND COLTS I Couches Bob and Glenn tlir Del Rio High j School into action against jiuuy contest at tonicht he locals arc Joe Ricks Bill Sin Chris Netmas R J Pattcr and Lurrv Locke i i ill ii WP MASTER Buzz Fazio has for four consecutive years been named on the honorary AllAmerican bowline team NLA Sen he If to rye Basil Fsi ttiTjIlim tovvn Hie strevt you hardly be inclined to con Dctroitcr as infm rner iwkes Wits soe plotter Mtively identified He but nnd In coinmemtaatirMi the Three SWC Cage Games Slated For of Guys execution IHKlnning in 1GOO the year after the attempted whole sale murder November 5 was set aside as Guv Pa wises I Jay A im portant feature of the holiday was the burning of effigies nfthe novd criminal Thesc rprcMntutions or looked just to cause tiny to be called a GUY Later Sfcralions forcot the origin ot he term ui applied it to all members thr culine Tljats thirty fly THE ASSOCIATED PRKSS Thrti Conffretice bas an1 skad for Sat urdiiy nitht with the stelhir tilt hc liih stepping Southern MftiOiiit jotirneying to AtiKiui to play Texas Lxuit In jlhrr Baylor is host to nt Warn uul the no to lor a Kainc with Rice who downed Rice his week for the second time to the top in he loop jwttt a that the ninth rank SF MUSTANGS MEET FREER IN DILLEY TOURNAMENT Coach Cito aiid theRan Felipe Mustangs left Del Hio at 1 pin bound DiJUys classic in which tire Buckiitoiw at in the pcniiin roiiiid n the twudav af fair Hnt tlu var liy throuiih t Miff siirlirunai dcftnse to Mnn to art ur the purple and gold ait Hav Ou kit Tttins Bib Dicky Piicx Fut ai Iltctor Abt I vMiTii TO BOSTON Jui G iluci Stfiitjj who fi as the Tony DfMarco who hi on another weltciweight ship ofthe First Methodist will in a 10rouini CaroJvn Phillips Oisr part in at Boston cizing their Christmas TluUut a nontitle small but we are most happy to learn that everything went The drums co Ijoom and tlvc hi tale and eyes hot Feb be televised and broadcast nation ABC a ionmile radius I Tlu1 Ixinhorn placed third t ni the conference tournament at j HdiiMon tJiChristmas hol lv a louinamnit which SMU Hire whose only two losses of the have been to SMU Is a over the Apjjies while the IJtivlor Hears wiio so fur have had only a soo arent ex to have much dilfjculty blarked out on TV liaplijs Arkansas Look Look Look DISCOUNT You Can Buy A New Dodge V8 Ac Low As 00 AND HERES SOMETHING ELSE If your car will run were going to give you tradein on a New 1956 V8 Dodge PAY MORE WHEN YOU CAN PAY LESS AND TRY US BEFORE YOU TRAPi T JF YOU DONT SEE US WE BOTH LOSE Your Dodge and Plymouth Dealer DODSON MOTOR SALES Sm Tutounumcrii a co wi a to at t TO Clinl Turn Clulhrie hcadiMan of the direct JhLs Medina BolKals in InvltatKHial Basketball ToijrmuiUht at tins afternoon ChiUines liys oi in 14 starts will Mart with Johnny Freddy Lionel JeiKrson lUiinon iny Hani1 Luna Tony Cardi Joe Fritter and Joe K e s h nt u n 11 form the bench TinUvulde elasic is u winner loser type iii piny with Jor Sat j the 1 topfilKht Buz Fazios fivefoot sixinch totime riiMmblcs that of a jockey Mtc thiit1c shoiiKJ the Arner liowlintj Fazios ptowess placed him on the fiit AilAiueiicnn boiling in earned him tin Allstnr doubles championship I wo in itiw Faxio has written 18 illus trated aiKi instructive articles on bowlins for the NewsHernld Kt nit tin with the fundamentals Porto Stlls how improve thcjr h cores popularity sujj hich rank IK H not derived from his un Iltlxwlox after releasing Hi ball He earned his nationa and position as captnn tfif and of tin inivisnry staff of bowl itiK by knocking over more than opponfiiUs NO IMKHKST HONOLULU G uoak NVaikcr diTjarinu le will be WJill foofiiaii aSur twij Hiore H t i i j si IKM voai it teMU CITY CHAMPIONSHIPS his former home town Akron tiir to Fazio nnd lie extendw if to the famed Pctnr in Chicago yicond in 1H5 same year Buzz qimlifiec lor Individual Matcl for the Itrtu and made the finals ol this tes After ht ifitttl jjreat Joe Norris Man captain of the Strohs Fazio risked by Norris if he were intfiwfed in movingto to bowl with thjsfunfoiw For several years the Strohs expii unfilled with t a number ol men but in 105051 Captain Fazio wjii certain he had the niattna from which champions are made Twice in the next tvyo years the wnn the right to challenge the E B of Detroit for the National Match Game but mi each occasion they defwmdl Be he I l Uoihl ht tt t liiM Jilu bili Hi Ain tin UoAj u tin So hi UK a had no uitciit in At i Ojii he so i uic bciunrl to liiciuK I fn lids a over the and I to keep i him THKN CAMK A GREAT day in win n the Hirohs were once tlieir rivals for j the national title The K fc B tennj jniw ua kncmn Hie Pfciffers tluv opimd up a lead n the bull oi the mutch Hii he htiohb fuiiif roaniifi back in half to win by a 422 in ihaicin itiitl reiijn a Na Match Team Chum jnnii An tin Hi for Buzz hi trwpUtM jif the ABC in 1955 The iJdifit star hit pinpoint in thus inipottant national tHinicv bv twice convening the al mint 710 railroad Making iury pin count is a itUlo tiademaik FLORSHEIM SHOES Sold Evchulvely ty John Rowland Sons KEYS HADE While You Wait POWER TOOLS FOR RENT Floor Saiwlm Furniture Sanders Power Alower f ortable Electric Saw RUSSEU HARDWARE WWJK 52151 WUDKITS 3526 IHUftSDAY NIGHT The Brackettvllle TJgerPttes were held in cheek by the great defen sive play of Missje Taylor but man aged to take n 3526 decision a PRtty Frerich flipped in 18 points on seven goats nnd four free throws hit six and sister Jamie added five points on one bucket nnd three charitj tosses On two previous meetings UK Tigerettes had things pretty much their own way whipping the Kit by 20point margins but the play 6 the Del Rio guards caused the Brackettbucket brigade to falter last night Taylor aided by Neva Ann Knower nnd Janita KHlingsworUi held thp usunily productive Tig ettes to 19 points in the first jialf arid kept the Brnckett shoot harried for an eUhtpoint third wriod and an eightpoint final Cissy Chapman Btja ano worked eunrd slota dminst Hrtions of the stnond hnlf and turned in fine performances Up front the Kits clicked to 13 points in ih openinu pftiwi but fell to n inert1 field sjal in ihr second six in the third nnd five inthe fourth its the controlled the ball with line dribbling and Fern McUcc hit tm points Jonos pit nine and Sandy Moiy tieux seven forthe local procluc tion Eleanor Taln antez and Kose MaryHoover formed the rcgubir trio of Bnukctt ville who thwarted the Kit attack Additional came from Mary Jam Hoover Terry Fritter nnd Edna Hamrick KITS TO SONOUA JAN 10 Coach Loticne Brxhat and the varsity WildkiU will fulfill en Kitgenient with the Bottom Brojieo ettes on Tuesday Jan 10 in the Slit ton County 4Gym District compe tition opens for the Del Hio girls on Friday Jan 15 when the Uvalde cirls come to Del Rios Cody Ward law Gym the firt nf the twin bill which the WildcatCoyote dis trict opener also GREATWLDCATIJU4Y SHOUT AS TICEtS IW The Htte ofit on last jpstr converted tfcrow to night M Cody OyA to realty remember nnd one that had the jumping most 8f the night and hud em on their feet at the ffrtteh Pttblfrlzed as t dtnjrdong dazzler pitting the elewnttme wfnner and Tlitt sjxih Masters bowl Infttotirnntncnt will held at Ro May 1310 twice defpyted BritttCetlvflle Tlftts against the rapidly Improving Del Rio Wildcats the game was Just that strictly as fo the script Prom the opening tipoff Wildcats plnyed each other to n 12nll ffrst period stondstlll Gfhe Putnam Osnie Ramos Ken Ricks and Tom Tnvlorhit the bucket in that order to shoot the Cnts out in front before Bo Gon zrtlez Pilimon Talamantej Lionel Jefferson and Freddie Rtechmnnn could find the openin at the hoop to tie it up In the second stnnaa the Cats slipped cooly to a six point total while the Tigers shot to a 2718 converting Seven free throws along with fielders by Gon zalez Johnny Oilmer Reschrrtann and Jefferson It had looked like UKsame old rtory Tlie Wild cats running out of gas After the second half tipoff Conch Powells boys feot hot and Tom Tay lor rippled the silk for n dozen points Gtnc Putnam ronnectftl lire from thr key and Ramos made eootl on two fire throws for a to tal of Ifi points while the ticers had to sotfrir 15 on five more charity tosses and HHckrs by Talfl mantrz nnd Gilmrr to j post a 4234 threequarter wove In the fmirlh and final qtiii rr the out strong Ktn nicks tonneotinp on a drlv ng Itiyup Taylor Kimball Mitchell and then Ricks convertlnc six consecutive frrn throws tic tho score at 42all as the spccta ora practically lost their minds in he Cody Wardlaw din that wint it wns a cagey Tiger fivo now operatlnc with substitute Sammy Tohtwon in for the fonledout ioncl Jefferson that cdeed ahead n Johnsons layup then saw Talamantex add to the advantage with a fielder making it 4642 Ricks ripped the nets before Gll A count Ricks drew s foal ftfid tafift botri 60 pan point of wotrtld Tliters and only to sec Johnson fconriecf onds later for 8 4048 margin MitehcU taTtfed for the Cats Mo make it And alter an out of bounds play the Cats made orrp fast effort from midcoortfts the endtng signal blared a finis to a effort Tom Taylor had led all scorers with 20 points on efght from the field and four of five free throws Bo Gonzalez topped the Tiger scorers with 13 on three goals and seven of eight charity conversions Ken Ricks and Freddie Reschmarin tied at ten Ossie Ramos and Lio nel Jefferson deadlocked at eight Pilimon talamantez had one more Kimball Mitchell scored six Johnny Gllmer had flins Gene Putiv nam and Sammy Johnson had four to complete the scoring The Tigers made good on of i free throws while the Cats con verted 14 times in 20 tries Tlie game drew a fair crowd that gtttJcn its moneys worth from pn to Ifrfhds pave nil out efforts for their respective schools SIXTH nonnER BROOKLYN iNtnil f rookie basesnan Is the sixth Dod cr flie rlsib said READ TltF Open 1 Daily DEL RIO CENTER Ave 7 and 6th St Everything or Sportsmen ScotlAlwater Motors KeelsLive Bait Supplies ICE COLD BEER Brocks Sporting Goods L Hwy 90 West Phone tivt wtwMf lirt m   

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