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   Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1963, Del Rio, Texas                                r if tot t At ft r 1 f VI r ftV J Jfcfei vs for Ulan 30 burglaries in Del Rio Eagle and QHftftfflirto appeared solved today with the of charges against a 27yearold alien in jail in Del Wo Miguel Beltran Velasquez is charged with the offense iauBagle Pass as well as Del Rio He was taken Into custody September 30 and held in Vat Verde County Jail on charges of Illegally reentering the United States From a description provided officers working in Quemado on numerous burglaries there believed the man was the prct in their cases For four Around 11 i Town BY IMA Jtt PLiETWOOD FRED AND LUCILLi NIL aon andMorris back from a week at Part Aransas Fred is sporting a healthy tan and reported plenty of fish hooked during the outing He is primed to gig Morris at the Lios Club meeting about his fishing ability ROY AND bAVERNE BENE ficl and their daughter Jeannie of San Antonio spent the week end visiting in Del Rio with LaVernes parents Mr and Mrs L R Taylor and with her brother and sisterinlaw Morris and Phyllis Taylor and their sons Clay and Larry The visitors were taken to the Amis tad Dam site during their stay here and had their first look at the gigantic undertaking MR AWt MRS RHUEL A dams and Mrs Elsie Grigsby of Sanderson were here Sunday to attend the Golden Wedding anniversary celebration for Mir and Mrs J R Black in Fellowship Hall of the First TJie Adamses Jenis months Maverick County De puties H D Jobes and Travis Luykendall working closely with Senior Border Patrol In spector Edwin Chauvjn had rled to apprehend the burglar who committed 17 burglaries in Quemado and others in Eagle The officers Identified the suspect in Del Rio and charges were filed in Eagle Pass after ic was taken there by Deputy Marshal tt D Bohks He returned here and Sheriff Herman Richter said similar charges were filed against the man in Del Rio We know of at least 11 places in Del Rio hes suspected of the sheriff said He has pointed out various places and told us how he en tered and what he got Some of these are Mrs J M Abbetts tome the wool scouring Rene Amezcuas place Bucft Paynes place a house on the Fred Slaughter property on Slaughter Lane Jesse Jetts liouse Milton Vivians place Sam H Walks place and the home of H Moody on 4he Loop Road Deputy Sheriff Calvin Wai returned to Sanderson Sunday Mrs Grigsby stayed until Monday visiting W F Easterling THE SAM FEUIPE HIGH School Student Council will spon sor a games party tonight at oclock itt the high school auditorium the party is being held to raise funds for the homecoming planned for Nov ember 1 TO AVOID A CONFLICT THE meeting of ExStudents of San Felipe High School planned for tonight has been reset for Tues day The meeting of the exes will be held at Tuesday night in the auditorium of the high school This is an impor tant session plans are being laid for the schools homecom ing celebration November 1 w TED LANGORD SON OF Ted and Norm a Langford of Del Rio has completed require ments for a doctor of philosophy degree in psychology at the Uni versity of Texas in Austin Ted Jr was reared here is a re search scientist associate with the Defense Research Labor atury at the University of Texas THE BIG RIG USED IN drilling an artesian well on a place being developed by Thompson and Payne of Plain view on a tract formerly be longing to C C Winn was trans ferred Monday morning to an other site on the land to drill another well Hurrtcont Hunter Spots Missing Ship NEW YORK AP A heavy hurricane hunter aircraft sight ed a decommissioned destroyer escort missing since Saturday night In 50foot hurricane whipped seas the Navy an nounced A spokesman said the Fogg was sighted by the WV2 aircraft 150 miles east of Cape Fear The spokesman said the ship was upright but he said n o t bin g about the 10 men aboard The ship broke loose from the tug towing it about Saturday en route to Mayport Fla from Norfolk to Join the reserve fleet At fleet headquarters the Navy said there was no new again tftis afternoon to check ori other places that have been burglar Sheriff Richter said Officers said at least 11 in Del Rio two in Eagle Pass and 17 in Quemado are believed to have been the work of the suspect j f AIR BRIDOE TX Troops of the 2nd mored Division from St a C1S5 Military Air Transport plane at Bergstrom APB In tion Big The men are the advance party of combat troops to Europe days in the largest milttary airlift ever cai in such a short time NBA Telephoto J H Davis 92 ies Here Sunday I Dr J it Davis 92yearold Mired physician died Sunday it 7 in the Hamilton Rest JHome following a long illness Funeral services will be heJd Tuesday at 5 In the Doran Thapcl with C M Day minis tefV Central Church of Christ officiating Burial wilt be made In WostlaWn Cemetery under tho direction of the Doran fun eral Home Mountains of i 2nd Armored Division Poised For Bid Lift H0 M FT HOOD Tex A lets get going mood gripped this sprawling tank base today as the men of the crack 2nd Armored Division polsed for the start of the historic Ex ercise Big Lift to West Ger many The lead jet C135 bearing Maj Gen Edwin H Hell on Wheels dtvisloa command er 0nd bis headquarters was due to take oft at one minute past midnight Mdnfliy From then on for three days jet turboprop and propeller driven transports will ferry m stream of soldiers across the Atlantic 600 miles from deep in the heart of Texas to the heart of West Germany Air Transport Service will bo lifting artillery and truck Ft Sill Ft Eustis and Ft Bragg The Air Force will send a composite strike force of 116 jet fighters reconnaissance planes and transports across the At lantic from boring Air Force Base in Maine and Westover AirForce Base Mass to for ward airfields in Fraqce andliweek of maneuvers wMh other Arms Smuggling r By BOB M GASSAWAY ROMA Tex appar ently carefully planned effort to smuggle arms deep into Mexico failed as American and Mexican customs agents seized rounds of ammunition several guns six persons and nine cars Authorities on both sides of the Rio Grande were still piec ing together the international puzzle today Customs port investigator Norman Buselmier pulled his car onto the international bridge between Hidalgo and Rey nosa Mexico Saturday to block the path of a heavily loaded 1963 sedan Agents found rounds of 22 to 38 caliber am munition a 38 caliber revolver and a 308 Winchester model 100 semiautomatic rifle in the ve hicle Omar Alberto Ramos Salinas 32 his wife Ana Maria Pedraza de Ramos 24 and Gilberto Mata Rios 27 all of Nuevo Lar edo Mexico were arrested at Hidalgo and charged at Edln burg with violating the National Munitions Control Act Ninety minutes alter the Hi dalgo arrests Mexican customs agents halted a 1961 sedan at Cerralvo Mexico about 60 miles south of the Rio Grande They held two men for question ing about rounds of am munition hidden in the car About six hours after the first seizure another like that halted at searched as it headed for Ciu dad Miguel Altman Mexico through this border village Officers arrested Gorge Gil berto Galvan 24 of Laredo and seized rounds of 22 to 38 caliber ammunition in Laredo and seized nine more Agents the garage was used to prepare secret compartments in all the ears Ramos said he was driving the ammunition to Guadalajara Mexico where he was to re ceive Other planes of and draw more than ions of tanks artillery trucks and armored troop carriers from stockpiles The marrying of lightly annod men shipped from the United States to heavy equipment stockpiles in Europe Is one of lite test objectives of Big After drawing this heavy gear thj division will head for This will be the biggest and in many ways the most signifi cant airlift operation in history All told Army and Air Force men and more than 350 planes will span the Atlantic in a demonstration of this coun trys growing ability to quickly reinforce the North Atlantic Treaty Organization The exercise is important dip lomatically as well as militarily The Kennedy administration aeems to have been setting the stage for a possible withdrawal of sizable forces from the OOOman Army garrison and the strong tactical air power the United States has had arrayed in Western Europe for years Deputy Secretary of Defense Rpswell L Gilpatric pointed In that direction Saturday night in a Chicago speech in which he spoke of Big Lift and said There lies ahead of the military establishment a scries of evolutionary changes in the composition and disposition of its military units stationed over I dont know who was going seas to use the hei When the 2nd Armored Divi said f was just driving itlsion reaches Germany landing down I work on a ranch near j at three bases in the Frankfort Nuevo area units will move to dc mat he taught school before entering medical school at Chat anooga Tonn After studying two years he left school to servo three years in the United Status Army during the Span shAmertcan War seeing vice as a medic in the pines When his military service ended ho returned to medical school to completehis work there lecturing during hlg sen or year in addltlorrto his stud ies He graduated with honors Later he did post graduate work at Tulono University in New Orlcasn He married Miss Lcnora Rim sol May 29 1004 in Falcon Arkansas Dr Davis practiced medicine ut Waldo Arkansas for years later being affiliated with the Department of the Interior to practice medicine among Ind on reservations in Okla homa Arizona and New Mexico The family moved to Del Rio in 1034 when Dr Davis was affiliated with Dr John Brlnklcy He retired from the practice of medicine about 18 years ago and made his home with Davis at 105 Aduna In Garden Parks until ho enter ed the rest home Survivors include his widow Mrs Lenora Davis two daugh ters G Cellum and DEL RIO WEATHER DEL RIO AND VICINITY Cloudy this afternoon becoming clear to partly couldy tonight and Tuesday light fain this afternoon and cooler tempera ture with the low tonight near 68 Maximum temperature yes terday 82 minimum 69 Maxi mum temperature a year ago 81 minimum 58 Minimum temperature this morning 68 Time of sunrise a time of sunset Time ol sunrise tomorrow Mrs G P Brown of Del and a son Joe Davis of Hous ton Another daughter Lenora died In August 1955 Ten grand children and one great grand daughter also survive The grandchildren arc Joe Parks Brown of Eagle Pass Peggy Brown of Del Rio Tommy Sparks Collum of San Antonio Barbara Gulick Lcnora Gulick and Catherine Gulick all of Del Rio Mary Jo Davis Dana Lee Davis Joe Harley Davis Jr and Cassandra Rao Davis of HouHton The great t f r is Katherlne Elizabeth Brown of Eagle Pass IK6 forces manning defenses aUmg the Iron Curtain Secretary of the Air Force EUgeneM Zuckcrt and Score tary of the Army Cyrus R ane expected in Germany next week for a firsthand look at the way the division and the composite strike force per form AJQhMr the war games along on invasion approaches from Knot Germany the 2nd Ar Division will turn in Its heavy equipment and return home to this post Arr Force C135 Jet Stfc Mew Speed Mark AUSTIN Tex AP An Air Force C135 flew from Frankfort Germany to Bergstrom Air Force Bftse near here Sunday in 11 and 24 minutes whlcl officials say is a record for the EasttoWest night The plane piloted by Maj Forest Ott of Mt Holly pilots to graduate under the njorn The public is wel was part of the advance flight Undergraduate Pilot Training mUlttry Don Perez Files For City Post Daniel R Perez today filed Ids candidacy for city commis sioner in the special election called for Dec t Perez 61 became the second to enter the race for the post loft open by Major Dobkins election as mayor Dr Floyd Jcffcrs had earlier filed his can didacy Perez and his wife own and operate a beauty and he also operates a trailer park Born in Menard he moved to Ran Antonio with his family at the ago ot 2 ju4 jo Val Verde County from there 89 years ago Ho is married and has three a sun who Is a ser geant in the Air Force a daugh ter who is u school teacher ant another attending Texas Wont ens University in Dcnton A member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church he is active in parish organizations and is financial secretary of the Knightu of Columbus The elected to the commission in the Dec 7 elec tion will nerve out Dobkins term expiring next April Eighteen Get Wings Tuesday The eighth claw of Air Force will receive wingsTues for Exercise Big Lift i Program at LauRlilln Air Force word from the tug Salish which was towing the Fog j two 38 special automatic pis when the towline parted Saturjtols a 410 gauge shotgun a 12 day night A spokesman said gauge shotgun and four rifle Die Salish is equipped with ra scopes Galvan was charged ua dio which has a range of only Jder the munitions act or niiliiH lUmi i billed u WINNERS CIRCLJ8 Janna Faye winner of the Filly Feline Ifttrst is ridden by J Longoria Shown with the winner la the tramer Leo Rut ledgr and Mr and Mrs W u Moody IV The quarter horse filly covered the 330yard distance at the Quarter Horse Grading Meet held at the local fair grounds track in seconds NewsHerald Photo The 17 American officers and one Pakistan Air Force cadet of 64C will receive their wings during a parade and wing review on the flight line start ing at 8 which includes a 16 aircraft flyover During the ceremonies on the flight line 1st Lt Robert M Parker will be presented the Orville Wright Achievement A ward and the ATC Comman ders The Wright Award is present ed to the most outstanding gra duate of the Undergraduate ot Training program The ATC Commanders Tro phy will go the Lieutenant Parker for his being the most distinguished graduate of the class having an average grade of W in flying academics and officer training Music for the parade will be furnished byThe Air Force Band of the West from Lack land AFB In the event of inclimate wee will be held in hangar three on the flight line Castro To Report On Storm Damage MIAMI Fia AP Prime MiniNter Fidel Castro reports to the Cuban people tonight on the national situation hi the wake of Hurricane Flora He will speak from Havana on a nationwide radio television network Winds Tides High WASHINGTON Hurricane Qinny raked theNorth Carolina coast with gale force winds to day and whipped up heavy seas as it remained centered 10 miles south east of Cape Hatteris One ship with 10 men aboard was reported miss ing Another was in trou ble The Weather Bureau reported that Ginny was expected to move east northeast About 5 during the next 12 hours with no drop in strength The storm spun 00 winds out for 60 miles around Us center and reachedout with gale force winds for 250 miles to the north and east and 170 miles to the south and west Waves of 25 to 30 feet were reported lashing the Diamond Shoals lightship off Cape Hat teras Rescue planes and a Coast Guard cutter sped into the storm area in search of a commissioned Navy picket ship the Fogg with an officer and nine enlisted men aboard The vessel formerly a de fitroyereacort was being towed by the tag BSUih when tho tor line parted 45 miles southeast of Cape Lookout The Fogg has no power of its own and hasnt been heard from since the line parted The Navy said the seas In that area are running 40 to SO feet high The Sallsb was aluo reported having difficulty steering hi the high seas fierce winds and driving rain Winds buffeting the coast cut off telephone communications between the mainland and North Carolinas string of sandy is lands known the Outer Banks There wan no Indication so far officials said that resi dents of the often stormswept island would have to be evacu ated The Navy stood watch at Its big Norfolk base to evac uate planes If need be In the face of Glnnys winds Civil defense and other eroer gency agencies were on alert in the areas North Carolina officials sus pended operations of ferries at Oregon and Hatteras inlets ear ly Sunday because of rough wa ter and high winds A partially completed bridge across Oregon Inlet was opened to allow motorists to leave the Outer Banks During the night the Weather Bureau posted hurricane warn ings for the Hatteras vicinity and ordered a hurricane watch for the coastal area from Nags Head to Cape Lookout Gale warnings flew from Block Island south to Myrtle Beach and over the south ern Chesapeake Bay Goldberg Questions Death Far Rapists WASHINGTON AP Jus tice Arthur Goldberg of the Su preme Court raised a question today whether the Constitution permits the death penalty for rape if a human life is neither taken nor endangered Goldberg saying he thought this question should be consid ered dissented to Supreme Court orders which denied re views to two convicted rapists Justices Douglas and Bren nan said they also favored hearing the appeals The men whose appeals were rejected are Frank Jimmy Snider un der sentence of execution in Virginia on conviction of rape hvlKW of a nineyearold girl Trank Ue a under death sentence in bama on conviction of raping white woman in   

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