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   Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - June 6, 1962, Del Rio, Texas                                Around i Town r IMA JO FLEETWOOD TEN EXPLORER SCOUTS AND loaders of Host 354 in Houston will stop overnight Saturday at Air The group is en route lo Scout Camp IlulmoiH in BILL AND NINA MERLE RIOSj excited lodny they liave a nesv Kimi bcrly Jo made her appearance i Juno 5 in the Naval Hospital at j South Shell the daughter SKI Duanc and Merle and her brothers j arc Billy and Her Linda has been attending college in Charleston but prosj entiy is visiting in Florida Kim herly other grandparents and Joe Baxter of Hot Battle in Store As Nixon FacesBrown Texas Ranger RIO WEATHER DEL RIO AND VICINITY Con iderablc cloudiness this after tonight and Thursday with sibly a widely scattered tlundershowers continued warm Maximum temper e Mtximum temperature a year 95 minimum Minimum i j tcnjperaiure this of i ri Time of sunj i rise Nina Merle plans lo noii AT T go lo Charleston next month to RIFLE THAT KILLED MARSHALL SOUTHWEST East of the ness i Clint Peoples opens the breach of the boltaction 22 rifle 1heTPecos partiy cloudy that killed Henry a central figure in the Billie i and warm lhis tonight AND WEHNER Sol Estes The rifle has just been returned to Frank and Thursday with widely scati returned home Monday from HousI iin from Austin where it had been examined by Depart afternoon and eve where they attended gradua ment of Public Safety ballistics ing tion exercises of Stephen Austin Hiiih School in which their NEA Telephoto Weliner of and WchnJr He graduated cum laiuie in a class of The Del Kio Wehiurs also visited their other sun iiid i VERNON WHO teaches government in high school in is spending a week visiting his Albert and Sibyl Yasbitutcr He svill return to Odessa lo 1enh for six sseeks in the summer which svill end Juls 21 llel govern ment tlu SMALL HOLE IN BRIM Hat May Be Clue In Marshall Death By JERRY P1LLARD AND WILLIS Stafford and their Miss have returned from they at tended commencement for the Assembly of Clod when their Charles receised his degree in They attended liaccataurcato ser s ice Thursday the commence ment the following The Staf forcis liRse as their guests in Del Kio four of their Janice niii if arid Sandra Darin Jn and Glenn home nn leave witfi their sional investigation from fraud AP The ton FBI gained a possible nesv clue Dr jachimczyk in the Henry Marshall death snaJ probably authorities disclosed to when thc FBI located Marsh alls hat It had a small hole in the svas a agriculture official who svas The autopsy report was prepared munition that morning probably by was mistaken about the The Ranger captain said he and FBI agents checked a ExVeep Scores In Comeback Jry By MORRIE LANOSBERG toward the one million mark as SAX FRANCISCO AP Re the foundation for their publican Richard and in his first political out j Democratic Edmund 1 since losing the presidency in Brown emerged tcday triumj defeated conservative As iphant choices their parties to semblyman Joseph Shell Of Los face each other in Californias j Angeles by a never challenged 2 1962 race for I The count of nearly ballots in Tuesdays election carried both i to 1 million The from of Nixon 537 108 shell precincts an aggressive campaign was carrying only Sacramento and seven small northern Califor nia There never was any doubt that with only nominal opposi COMSTOCK The meeting to would be tapped by the discuss a system proposal with states preponderant Democrats Robertson failed to material ize for the svater system steering committee Tuesday Robertson svas forced to post Comstock Water Meeting Postponed to head their But the size of his equaling the combined Nixon Shell solid party pone his trip to Comstock svhcn i weather conditions grounded his fofr the iVrth ntnc ftfim IK f airplane lor a short time in La has said MarS was He statement sent further findings to examined the contents of a safety Judge John who is work deposit ing svith the grand Ranger O Luther said ques VOTE Former President Richard Nixon and his leave a voting booth in Brent wood after s primary a Republi nomination and the right to meet Edmund Fat a in thegen eral election this winning his nomination redo Tuesday Both members of the steering committee and Robertson said they would try lo meet sometime Currently the steering commit i lee is studying three svater sys returns from pre Brown had Alfred Hamilton and John Stuart The governors showing was in sharp contrast to the votes against his favorite son slate the i960 Democratic presidential vestigating c o o n allotments thc grand jurors had asked tioning of two Franklin workmen over several lesserknown and his wife smile federal jachimczyk lo lest stomach conestablished that they did not catch for cameramen as they leave a voting booth in San Fran as intents and to elaborate on his a ride with Marshall the day NEA Telephoto wounds June 3 j vear One of those he was invcstigat ing was Biliie Sol cos financier now ing of carlwn monoxide in Two of se in Franklin the j his as officers had thought i in FBI agents now Discovery of gunpowder residue joined Peoples in on the back of Marshalls shirt tern The other two in Primarv volve Nixon immediately made peace An FHA Loan financed for overtures to who denounced forty years at five percent rival during the campaign as and a tnelooer and a loser in The financing of lhe on running for through a bonding company with Nixon pledged to serve his the committee members signing full fouryear term if elected Jiie parents SUSAN COTTLE DAL IS IN and her Billy tory and fur i Later shell be the Sliest f her uncle and Darrell and Glcnny and shell some time visit ins in Palestine svith another Mrs I THE JUNIOR AMERICAN G I Fiiruni svill meet tonight at oclock in the Forum Building lo discuss a ROBERT WARREN SHOWED colored taken summer lie and Lueilliloured Europe as theprogram for the Rolary Club at the luncheon meeting ilc provided the nar AND STRICK len and and Les Farmer tre in Los attending the convention of Rotary See AROUND TOWN 2 Ranger CaptCiint Peoples said the FBI got the hat Saturday and it to Washington for labora The hat was given FBI agent Tommy McWilliirns by Marshalls brotherinlaw who found thc body on Marshalls farm eighi miles from He said th hat had a small hole in the He said he could not say whether it svas a bullet Peoples We wish we could hasc had the hat so we could have processed il ourselves and cisen lhe results tothe grand The jurv here has re opened the investigation of the svhich first svas ruled sui The grand jury receised a sup plemental autopsy report hut ad vance indications svore lhat it shed little light on whether Marshall was murdered or killed 1 the point the grand jury is seeking to the Pe questioning Marshalls widow and i heightened thc puzzle for a county under congrcs ner I grand jury investigating his and federal i Donald told of seeing his father an Agriculture De take a box of rifle cartridges as partment official who had been Marshall left the day he j investigating cotton allotments Peoples said a hardware i held by Billie Sol was Railroaders Win Pay Raise CHICAGO AP Some nonoperating svorkers of the na tions railroads ill receive a store clerk svho reported selling j wearing the garment lle day he i wage increase of cents an Marshall thc same kind of amj was hour under an agreement which Dads Get Camp Ready for Boys A work sveckend at Camp FawMen from Laughlm Air Force cntt Saturday and Sunday dress Base svorking at lhe camp during more than IO men from Del the weekend svere and Camp Walter Bill William George Smith Er nest Morales and Al Border Patrolmen were P and Troop and pack leaders from Del Rio at the camp were Earl constructed a new roof on Clarence thc repaired thc and Richard and painted the San Felipe Lions attending were Dads of Troop 280 at Laughlin Rich Air Force Base built a new roof rd Ed on a Members of the Del Richard Roberto JCio Kiwanis Club moved the reand Henry frigeralion motors and put them Attending from Rock in and Camp Wood were Four Border Patrolmen Bob Mike from Dei Kio constructed a Boy AnasUcto Earl Scout skills Meanwhile Charles crs painted tables in the dining Johnnie hall aad rewired the Mike Moon David Texaa Gas Distributing Com and Mile pany installed nag Ateo attending were Harry poto aad Bruce Bradley of of M 237 of Del Rio pot a raof M a and wash of Del A the work accomplished by these men svas included new refrigeration paint and olhcr The San Felipe Lions which sent seven members to follows recommendations of a presidential factfinding The oneyear wage agreement was announced Tuesday night by negotiators for the 11 unions rep resenting nonoperating and the It cents an hour retroactive to last 1 and fi28 cents retroactive lo May meet the He said there a possibility that many thousand railroad em ployes svho might otherwise be re tained svill lose their jobs sim ssorkers i ply because the railroads no long ides 4 or hase money o pay them President Kennedy appointed the emergency factfinding under terms of in George K chairman of and on May thc committee representing the cc a increase of cents said of the think the carriers feel that an The under the were free lo strike last Saturday hut continued working while ncgolia lions went Woife said Secretars of Labor Harlingen AFB Closes As Last Class Leaves in the final class got their wings today as HarlKiuen Air Force Base Its last a T2J flying left Tues day for IN OIL PIRACY CASE Cwnp Aboot 40 men tag it for ttw of Boy Scouts the carriers feel that its too much and sve feel that its too litllc but we have reached an agreement and thats Thc unions at the start of ne gotiations last Sept 1 asked for an increase of 25 cents an hour in wages svhich averaged an The railroads demanded re ductions in some pay classifica tions and no change in The presidential hoard was ap pointed when the and the rails wore unable to reach agree James chairman of the Carriers Conference Commit tee of Western a spokesman for the said thev feel that the agreement is inflationary and contrary to pub lic policy ns expressed by Presi dent He estimated that the increase svill cost the railroad industry Si05 million a The nonoperating svorkers include telegraphers and other railroad personnel not actually employed in operating trains If similar increases are asrecd upon for the additional op erating workers not represented bv lhe 11 the added cost will reach Wolfe es adding that freight rale increases may be necessary to San Angela Plane Crash Kills Two i i SAN ANGELO single engine private plane crashed near Ma In is Field here killing both occuoants The victims were flight tor Curtis Multer of Rowena and feet from He student pilot Dor They reported it angled M were in a Piper Coll owned oy Rancbo Flying Authorities said the plane de veloped trouble in dipped to a tyw clipped some cad flipped cad nUd Shell left a sizable doubt as to whether hell swing his support to radiating declared You can expect the greatest fight youve ever Republican Thomas II Kuchel drew a lopsided party vote in withstanding a highly vo ca rightwing challenge for his candidacy for another six years in The he showed that the voters want a Republican parly in thc Lincoln Two Republican congressmen Railway Labor who to John Birch So it recommend Won Voters selected party candidates from 38 congressional districts in In other races around the na tion Sen Thomas Kichel of Califor Francis Case of South Arthur Goldberg nad svarned that Dakota and Robert Smy in thc present state of the econ lie of Idaho won Republican norn oiiiy a strike by one or more of inations for nesv the unions could not be The Connecticut Republican con vent ion took eight ballots to nom inate insurance executive John Alsop for Jamie Whitten ousted Frank Smith from Congress in a i battle of Mississippi Democrats seeking the same House Nixon never trailed in defeating an independent oilman from Los Angeles and leader of lhe He i publican minority in the Califor nia Probers Finding Crooked Drilling AlSTLV AP Four crews in shifts to prevent pHttfrt made more directional surveys at places where tests are being lotlay in the states massive oT oil drilling piracy Wilson said he hoped lo cwik in the Texas pietc the tests in about two The Oepartmttt Will Wilson said the yards K Mo Public attorney surveys already have turned up offjce and seven wells drilled to siphon oil goarrf are investigating from adjoining widespread well deriattoa hi Roy a Texas Railroad Commission employe in Drilling regulat said of the wells slanted viatkm of degrees trow Several feet of pipe ia a well the attorney bottomed below the sur by Ott face of the i the Wilson and Payne did not iden tify any of the deviated wctts orittnatad as leasei on which tory were i af Fifty Twuw Rangavs aart hagfe way patrolmaa an staatftaf duty   

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