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Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - August 30, 1962, Del Rio, Texas Augjtl 1962 ers Strike Railway Little Leaguers Earthquake Racks Idaho Areas Kiwnnis Guests on Weslern nations s hv o iivrfl lin1 service p mile lini in wns struck 7 hy me in hers nf I he AFLCIO Order of Hailroad Teleu ra H WHS the fourth strike calld by the union since the dispute North Western started more than four years ago hut the fim lo no Into At the strike a snokes mnn for railroad sjijd nil trains Ind Pickets ap luvired it Ihe North WesVrn stn Hie carriers general lnad Inifin hiirl said some IT Kill other employes HIM line Hirild not cross ihe rs pi el 1 he strike Uiirled nffii uilly five hours after union and radioed of ficrals met in lusl iniuule In rtn altemril to Itthe IOMK Secretary of Labor Arthur Coldlieru was senl to the netotja lions hv Kiiuiedy in an ilrmpl lo rach an The jovernincnt had ill OCM of preventing the The chief shimhlinp hlock in Ihe dispute is the unions demand thai no Ileyraphers or 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Isvo slates this itiorniii tremor started at ti tii n in nnd j ladled jlionl SIM oiuU OIK rfilenl in abool mills iiirlh nf re purled thfit his f men purch WHS eraeked Theie uere n other irn nf The fell a i riit I I ah alimi I 711 n ill easl o and ai iusl run li nf the Ilah bmder lie Salt Lake ua in her bniitub it time tbo rjiiake ht t like the bathtiit as ivi od from der Veda I Mayor HMS Gets Little Ma rAIi has M1 fleU Little That headline m the Miami Xews loriped a sUrv report irm I lhal Mavnr and Mrs Kohert Mith were prom tarents fif a i filth Uonnie READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS AAA DISCOUNT Your Djscoiiit School Supply Headquarters BESTB3JV3 WERE LOADED WITH SCHOOL BOUND BUYS FILL YOUR COMPLETE SCHOOL SUPPLY LIST HERE AND SAVE WITH LOW EVERYDAY DISCOUNT PRICES ON ALL NOTEBOOK PAPER 300 SHEETS PENCILS VINYL COVERED NOTE BOOKS ERASERS CRAYOLAS 8 15c BIG 39c 16 mmmmmmmmt 33 VENUSREGULAR Cartridge Pens With Carltidge 59 DRUGS 79c Spray Deodorant Gillette IPs Halo Hair Spray LILT TONI QUICK Home Permanent Top Brass 49c 29c OjfC 129 Only I 78c FIRST AND SECOND GRADE MANUSCRIPT TABLETS AND IMAGINARY LINE TABLETS REGULAR 25e EACH 21 50c 50e NOTE BOOKS 3 6 36 TUCKERREGULAR 49c Fountain Pens GIAWT COLGATE aste 53c Ony 33c HUNTING SPECIALS CLOSEOUTS TRYING TO HOLD dry brush and tices explode arid burn on the edge of a cascading part of the aquaduct system which supplies Los Angeles with drinking Fire men arc trying to holdthe advance of twin fires which have blackened destroyed 20 homes and part of the Gene Autry ranch and a poi lion of the Olive View Sanitarium where J50 patients were exacuated a liciu of the NEA Telephoto Exhausted Firefighters Battle Flames in Tinderbox California LOS AWELES fircfisblers battled stubborn flareups today on brushfires rag NEWS BRIEFS FROM MEXICO URGE SALINE ACTION MEXICO CITY AP Salt water pouring into the Moxicali Valley area from the United has cost farmers an esti mated million in crop it was said Custavo Aldama cabled David head of Die inter national border Commis ihat loss of corn and cotton was heavy and urged action in settling the lioth and Mexican officials are working on plans to divert the salt water romint from the Colo rado Hiver into Lower STRAY SHOTS KILL SERVANT MEXICO CITY A federal employe firing at two car thieves shot and killed his own servant hy ace id Mercedes Rodriguez the died of wounds Wednes Her employer was Jorpe Soldo of he ministry of hydraulic He said he fired af two men were trying to gel into his ing throughout amid warnings the stale is a i The Foresl Service cau j tinned thai conditions may gel I worse over the Labor Day week Six fires already liavc charred acres since Sun In Southern gusty winds threatened lo carry sparks outside the lines of twin which have burned more than acres in rugged mountains on the northern outskirts of Los The Los Angeles County fire Keith estimated damage at more than S3 We have one of Ihe fires 80 per cent contained and another 60 per cent a fire offi cial A late weather forecast called for an influx of moist sea air which might enable firemen to fully contain the by So he Boy Drowns After Foil From Bridge Over Creek Wayne was d r o w n e d Wednesday after falling off a small bridge into Cox east of who GREY WORK PANTS ONLY 1 99 WRANGLER JEANS Boys Size Up to 16 Mens Sizes I 97 Only WRANGLER JACKETS REMINGTON SURE SHOT SHELLS 12 20 m REMINGTON MODEL 870 PUMP 2016 12 Regular 79 WRANGLER RANCH PANTS FOR LADIES Mens Onjy Boys Only Girls in Coior LADIES WRANGLER JEANS GIRLS SIZE I MISSES SIZE O49 RED TROOPS IN CUBA CITY AP Three Army camps manned hy foreign Communist troops are now oper ating in student exiles The exiles say the camps are between Cienfuegos and in the head of the di rectorate in said the in formation came from reliable un derground sources in He said the troops were Rus and some from Chana in GAS MERGER MEXICO CITY AP All of Mexicos flislrihntinn rnrnnnn ies will he merged inlo one governmentcontrolled it was said is designed as a safety eomnanics have Conces sions to distribute gas KENSTV Channel 6 CBS Thursday Night WOAITV Channel 4 NBC KONOTV Channel 2 ABC Silvers Show Sports Went her Wrnther Kmikite News Natl News and Harriot Outlaws Movie Reed Real McCoys Kilclarc Three Sons Lav A Jones 00 Along with Mitch C Reports C KENS TV Reports Star 2WeathPr World News Century Theatre News 1C Journey it Allen Point 4NEWS C Denotes Color Program 312 PECAN DEL RIO TELEVISION CABLE 7753568 Watch The Real McCoys Grandpa Sez AA DISCOUNT PLENTY OF PARKINfi P1IT A TAX NOT INCLUDED ON A wave of gas explosions cTi maxrcl by last weeks hlasl which wrecked an apartment killing six lefl to the new FLIGHTS TO HALT MEXICO CITY AP Airline flights to the United States will he suspended from 1 o 3 because of military maneuvers planned in the United Mexicana de Aviacion said all commercial flights would be stopped to the United TO DEATH MEXICO CITY AP Nils Kskanoff manager of the San Francisco was stabbed to death with a 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