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Alice Daily Echo (Newspaper) - April 21, 1968, Alice, Texas Of you Mitt your auck Baily Kho corm044sm weekday 7111 6 pm. Sunday 7111 9 am he e Xvi ire Jerito Cho Ahnand Alice news volume 73 second Cim Alice Texas sunday april 21, 1968 10t daily 20t sunday number 220 s by Trest Cenes Ullian Stilson today Ushers in Theo serv a Nee of National Library week. Alice in Iblis Library has planned special treats for visitors during the week. The Alice Art league will have j an exhibit hanging at the Library All week. A Story hour for pre school children will be held wednesday from to until la . A Hobby and crafts show is planned for Friday night and will be open to the Public from 7until 9 . No admission charge will be made reports mrs. J. O. Items jr., Library director. The show is being sponsored by the Jim Wells county Library Hoard. All residents in t h e county Are ins lied to display their i work in the show. Or. And mrs. So Dlf Mccoy of Alice have received notice their daughter. Molly has been chosen sweetheart of scabbard and Blade the Roth Honor society at Kent state i University in Kent Ghio Molly deserves recognition Al so for her ability in the College debate circuit. Farber in the year she was Given an award at Ohio girls state As the most distinguished speaker. She is a freshman majoring in speech and ? Molly a sorority is Chi Omega. Mori am Mori people Are show my interest in the Alice Lions club pro Lect recording tapes with country and Western music for servicemen. The i first state Hank donated 12 hours of tape to the project and this makes a total off 7 hours donated Twenty eight tapes have been recorded. Four to Nair s of tape was sent to All Texas units in Oak to v let Nam and another four hours to William Whiteman local Man serving in i Dom. Thailand. With the Usak. Sec Ltd dark schools Parent teachers association will meet Al 7 jul . Tuesday in the High school band Hall. A guest speaker will talk on a eth pressure and anxiety of today is children and new officers will be installed. National Council of teachers a of mathematics Council plans a dinner meet my at 7 . Monday at Reyes cafe. The air strikes soften Volley for Allied ground attack by Lewis m. Simons associated press writer Saigon apr air Force Strat fortresses from Guam and Thailand battered a buildup of North vietnamese troops and weapons in the a Shau Valley and Southeast of Hue again saturday possibly softening up the enemy for a new Allied push. The uj5, command said the eight engine b52s flew four mis Nam a Northern Frontier area de trucks and Supply Points. . Lions Over the Valley and a fifth spite a lessening of enemy pres against an enemy grouping sure there Point near Hue the old Imperial the North vietnamese have b3 Absentee votes cent airmen reported Light ground fire but said they had to Dodge several antiaircraft missiles in capita seized by the North Viet been building up in the Valley the coastal area Between Dow Namose and Viet Cong during since they overran the a hoi and Vinh. The tet offensive but recovered Green Beret Camp there in the a command reported by Allied forces. March 1966. The allies say the no losses of american planes. I he attacks followed a 1968 buildup represents a threat Toi in a weekly report however the command said that As of record of 160 missions flown Hue 30 Miles to the East. North Friday by air Force Navy and vietnamese and Viet Cong last tuesday the United states Marine fighter bombers attack troops occupied hues Citadel in has lost 1,070 planes in combat ing enemy Supply lines and Stor january and it took the allies a in Vietnam. Of these 823 were age areas in North Vietnam a month to drive them out. I lout in North Vietnam and the Southern Panhandle below the b52s have flown 30 missions remainder in the South. 19th Parade. I he Day before Over the Valley since w Ednes another 1,002 aircraft were j american warplanes flew 145 Day leading to speculation in announced a lost due to Acci Lighty free Absentee ballots Monson a arca Saigon that the attacks May be dents not involving enemy ached been cast through Friday it Quot Cre Ltd no preliminary to a major Allied Tion. Tho not comm clerk limits set by Itescu ground assault into the Strong rodent Johnson in his efforts to hold. Start peace talks with Hanoi. Shau Valley is about 40 Allied strategists report the \ Miles South of Khe Sanh near Shau Valley and Hue Are still the Border of Laos. Some a danger Points in South v Iet officials have said some of the North vietnamese who held the the office of no id Gonzalez lion. Absentee balloting april 30. County in the May 4 Clee Cloaca Sanchez cleared of attempt to murder two Alico tii Cut in affray the 1.3. Command reported action North of Shau below the demilitarized zone on the main Highway to Khe Sanh from the peace Albertu no longer the aggressor and san East. North vietnamese troops Chez became the aggressor. Ambushed a 12-vehicle Allied judge Garcia ruled with the Convoy in route to the combat defense and the charge was drop base. Four marines were killed marines under siege at Kihei two Alice men were Cut in Sanh for 77 Days this year May an affray at a bar located an have to Zed Down into the Val a Highway 44 West of Alice Friday Ley for a possible push on Hue., night. Treated and released at physicians amp surgeons were Guadalupe Garcia of 1404 s. Gulf St. And Gabriel Contreras of 1000 Cherry St. The Ages of the men were not available. Contreras was the most Sei Roberto Flores armandor were sitting in a s. Reynolds St. Cafe 81 and still Ong a mrs Cordelia Price who says she is 81 years Young took time out from her painting to talk to an Lebo reporter. She started painting the outside of her Home a to menu a at re a , had a night s rest and completed the Job at i . . 1 would t eat lunch till i was finished a she said. Mrs. Price was painting the under Side of the porch Root when us photo was snapped. She kept her place on the ladder while she talked to la. Re porn i a my she had be a working Ever since she was big enough to stand on a Box Aud Wash dish. I Hough she was told before Surger for a tumor her Backbone eight y ars ago that she would never walk again. Mrs. Price had determination and was doing aet Tsuai work f sir months later he does upholstery work sews knits and crochets toes is Ber spare Ime Highway patrolmen get High red Cross award Justice of the Garcia dropped charges Ai a Sault with intent to murder against Domingo Sanchez 37, of 833 Ida St. At a preliminary hear Ped. And two were wounded. Enemy i Cut of received a six Inch tag f riday. I atty. Pm. jr., and a by unknown Gash under his left Ann. Garcia in testimony before the court Allis a Mcneill jr.,. A received a slight wound in is pones said that he and a Friend of perking Floyd Davis a ode. A is oration Pegasus i rim Abdomen. Represented the defendant. Early this month their assailants have not been asst. Dist atty. John Jeffer the air strikes in North Viet-1 apprehended. At about Midnight on april la son presented the evidence for the names Southern Panhandle were asst. Chief of police Hubert when he saw Sanchez pass travel state. Concentrated to Bridges roads Adami is investigating. Ing South with his estranged wife in the car. He said that he and Flores left the cafe and followed the couple to a Joslin St address. The Sanchez car was parked before a Joslin St Home when they arrived. Jones testified that he got out of he car taking with him a san Diego mayor ends third decade in Post Bayonet. He said they approached the Sanchez car and pulled open the door. Sanchez and mrs. Jones were in the vehicle. He testified that he saw Sanchez with a gun. He closed the car door dropped the Bayonet hurried got into the armandor car again and the fled the scene. During the time he was attempting by Vav Allace h. Smith was san Diego a when c. G. Was Palacios was sworn in As mayor of san Diego on april 4, he started his thirty first year As chief magistrate of the City and a have set a record for length of service in a Texas Community. 12 in Benavides Palacios sent to Mexico. He stayed with an Uncle in Saltillo Conuelo beginning in 1900 and attended first the English College and la was published Ter the Yeneo Puente school Zalez. Lumber dealer. The late or. J. A. Garcia was the Moat prominent physician in the area and Quot la Libertado a weekly newspaper by . Go 111 Buron Ville in 1909 he left Mexico anti h 1945 Palacios was named spent a year attending the metro a vice president and cashier of Palacios who will be so years Politan business school in Dallas the Bank and held that position to it away he said that four shots a n�v21�?T has been a Quot Here he stud led bookkeeping and until us wa8 liquidated to get away he said that your shots Dieg City admin accounting and Learned to 1954. Were at in. Be was in is ration since it was organized the typewriter was just com for Many years Palacios Baa Highway boys were attempting to get the into the building. The doctor m Al a ground two struck the March 25> 1935> he served use business at the retained Contact with friends he featured speaker will be the head lat Rulman it a Quot Moore and a unconscious youth to the office was not present so the patrolmen car and the fourth As not found the first City Council As Alder time and his first Job after he at the a til department at Del Turo Rodriguez or. Both of Freer of or. Glendenning and patrol started Mouth to it Mouth res Sci mar College. A a geometry will a been a aided the certificate men Moore and Rodriguez on tation. Or. Glendenning arrived be his subject. The Public sin Ltd Merit by the american a patrol in Hebbronville saw the to minutes late a an car cited t Iona i red Cross for their action speeding car. They followed the hic Massage i Iro men in attempting to save the life of vehicle to the doctors office and continuing Mouth to Mouth Resit s desk and Derrick of will a 12-Ytar-old Hebbronville boy helped the parents carry the child citation. They worked for two other persons testifying were Man the late Charlie Mutt returned to South Texas was As sensor its annual Spring dance May 4 at the it Hall. Juan a chem general chairman announce Ralph Galvani a orchestra will play. Reservations chairman is Sally Holt. To 4-2055 and Adin Sponseller to 4-2041 May be contacted for tickets chairman of the decorating committee is Melba Manning. I tickets Are $5 per couple. Who acc Dently hanged himself at his Home on aug. 15, 1967. I he award was made f riday by mat. Kent Odem commander of Region 3 of the department of Public safety in Corpus Christi. On die recommendation of or. F. Glendenning of Hebbronville and is the highest award of Quot the made by the red Cross. It is rarely Given. I he certificate was hours with the doctor to restore life to the youth. The boy was placed in a mechanical Respirator and taken by ambulance to mercy to Pital in one of the longest meetings in Quot it the the patrolmen recent months is in tap for Mem prov Ding an escort. The youth mice City Council died Laler a a a bit . Council sets Long Agenda armandor mrs. Jones and a Truman mar to Garcia or. Rhu o 1m8. A Hak 3t, with patrolman f. R. Lopez Hao 1 investigated. The defense based on a request to drop the assault with intent to murder on the grounds that Sanchez was acting in self defense. The prosecution claimed that at Laredo. Id i glance of a a dropped the Bajo a a a net and fled the scene he wag made in Mexico during the time he was a student there. Manf of the youths with whom he was associated As a student have become prominent in Mexico As doctors and lawyers and gov eminent officials. Over the years he has returned to Mexico Many girls the f r e d chairman. Dowdy s have a new Puppy. Seems patrolmen Moore and Rodri Man Howard Holmes read about gue were awarded for their of their loss of their pet tinker in fort in die i Cho and offered them a cute a. It. Of Juan lion Trevino Little Sandy Puppy. In his letter to col. Homer Garrison recommending die award. Or. Glendenning said a the action of those patrolmen brings Honor to you sir to your organization and to themselves. I recommend that official no requested by the present admin lice of these actions. I attempted save ration for authority u take bids congratulate you. Col. In four pickup trucks the years Garrison and thank the Patroi they go into regular ses _ a a Sion at the City Hall at 7 30 . Signed by s. Roland Harrison a tomorrow la Al lied t us Quot it chairman and the. Cd Uncle bids for i re Idem Johnson honorary radl>1 a her Tang Lipmen fur a be fire department and also for a two ton truck. They will also be Barnhart Given prison term in vehicle theft Barnhart. 23, of it. I Alice was sentenced to 3l> years in prison Friday on a guilty plea of felony theft before dist. Judge and succeeded Muil As May or it. A typist. He started typing the records in the county clerks of consecutive years in the Post. Fice at the Duval county court few people Are More typically House in san Diego. Some rec South Texas. He was born on a ords had been typed prior to thai ranch near Benavides of a Pio time but Palacios introduced the Neer Lxi Val county family was touch method and made the use times and renewed his a qua uneducated in Benavides in Mexico of typing More efficient. Tances with Many of them and Dallas and returned to the on july 17, 1911, Palacios he enjoys his association with area of his birth where he in accepted a position at the san these Long time friends Bia Diego state Bank As boo keep would never have liked to make county records and later entered Eft collector and typist. The late Mexico his Home. Quot i could never banking. Paralleling his financial Charles Hoffman was president of have adjusted to living in mex career has been his service As the Bank. In Nae mayor. Ico after living in the states Quot san Diego at the time was one he said. I he Duval county that Palacios 0f the largest towns in this Sec Palacios is still Spry and Meir knew As a youth was a vast Lar Tion of the state and had a num tally Alert and keeps in constant gely unsettled country devoted a1 Ber of Large stores and bus touch with the activities of the to Snow us Tion to the family. The new Addi the Hebbronville. Ired brought the nun by do hanged himself up of tires batteries i red brought Chi Puppy by die while working in his Home Ter. Aur sewer Nina Echo to show us the new Addi re. Accident occurred in a a it acc Tat in to red in meters fittings and chemicals. I he parents of the. Reports will be heard and re viewed inc hiding that of the c rime commission which among other items proposes an ordinance pro Whiting glue sniffing. One such report is being rendered by the planning and zoning commis most exclusively to ranching his father Antonio Garcia Villarreal had come to the Benavides Aret. From Carmargo Mexico a Small town across the Rio Grande River from Rio Grande City. His flu men though you for a Job Well c. A Woodrow Laughlin. A a _ ,. he will be formally sentenced m or o1 Palacios was patrolman Moore worked out of monday on the conviction. Native of the once pc Ion area. The Alice office of the Highway Barnhart pleaded guilty to the a As born at j�10 patrol for four years prior to theft of a car owned by John no eight South of Banaba ing transferred to Freer in Schuehle in Alice in Limp a v e on a a a 7e v a. A later to take his Mother s fam june of 1967. His wife mrs. 1967. Ill name of Palacios Anne Moore now works at Phy atty. Werner Gohmert rep simians to surgeons in resented Barnhart at the hear ing. Recalls that most of the Alice and commutes from Freer. The evidence for the state was i fathers in the area grew sheep. Aion for the calling of a joint pub he Liguez went with the depart presented by dist. Atty. F. B. Ment at the time Moore was As Lloyd jr., and asst. Dist. Atty. Signed to Freer. John Jefferson. Iness firms Supply ing a Large Section of South Texas. Among the Large general mercantile businessman were m. D. Cohn mar Cario Trevino . Beadle. A. L. Muil l son was a Large City. It is possible that this Man who served his City for three decades May fulfil that service for a fourth decade. Politically he has never been seriously challenged for mayor of san Diego. Lie hearing to consider zoning changes Oil e. Main St. A proposal to continue a City wide clean up program will also be heard. Other items include consider Trixi for rechannel ing traffic at the intersection of w. Main and Highway 281, changing of building permits As charged to churches and appointments of certain municipal committee members. Patrolman Oran moors Lait and Arturo Rodr guat. Weather Alick and Vicinity mostly Cloudy and warm with showers and Thunder showers is the forecast for sunday and monday by die . Weather Bureau. High temperatures both sunday and monday will be 84 to 88 dts. Grees with a Low at night of 68 to 72 degrees. Gulf winds will be southeasterly at 8 to 18 knots with seas of 2 to 4 feet. Proclamation whereas the general health and welfare of our citizens depend upon wholesome surroundings arising from Good clean living conditions and we for fas the lives and property of our people Are endangered fire and accidents caused by littered and cluttered conditions in Homes businesses places of Public Assembly. Alleys and vacant lots and whereas Unity of Effort ment of our Community. Is required Tor future develop thu Froke i Lou Flournoy. Mayor of tile City of Alice do hereby designate april 22 As the beginning of a clean up fix up. Paint up Campaign in the City of Alice and most respectively Call upon All the citizens of mice to take an Active part in this Community Wick project this the 22nd Day of april 1968. Mayor Lucien Flournoy City of Alice Texas it was not until the 1890�?Ts when the Price of Wool and disease among the sheep made growing sheep impractical that the ranchers turned to cattle. Herds increased rapidly and Palacios remembers the big herds of cattle that moved through the country Enro Ute to the shipping pens on the Texas mexican Railroad. Cattle were gathered Over Large areas of the country for shipment. Many cattle were sent North to Market or to the then Indian territory of Oklahoma to be fattened. There was Little development in the area there were few j communities few schools Ann roads were usually no More than trails. Land sold Foris an acre that now brings $80 to $100. Livestock was cheap. A Goat was Worth 25 to 50 cents and a longhorn steer after cattle became the chief source of Revenue Solu for $12 to $15 is compared to Well Over $200 for the High bred cattle of today. After attending school until he . Palacios i 4

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