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Del Rio News-Herald (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Del Rio, Texas Expos nip Braves 3ti 806 ptigp 9A Allsports banquet Saturday See page 2A Del Rio NewsHer I I 1986 Del Rio Publishing Inc All Rights Reserved Del Rio Texas 78841 Thursday May 15 1986 20 Pages in 2 Sections SHOWERS Wednesday nights rain liquified jAvenue F This photo was taken near 7th Street Hopefully NewsHerald photo by Benlgno Garcia the rains will fill Lake Amistad and help along Mays flowers Construction priorities discussed By JUDI COOPER NewsHeraIdWriter Career ladder construction priorities wei discussed by the public school districts administration and trustees at the school workshop Wednesday evening A fourhour coopertive effort between the trustees and ad ministration of the San Felipe Del Rio Consolidated Indepen dent School District during the workshop revealed trustees put the districts science facilities at the of school construction priorities Present science facilities are currently in violation of House Bill 72 they noted Science classrooms and labs will be built at the sixth seventh eighth and ninth grade campuses Trustees put the air condition second on their list of priorities Although many of the districts cafeterias and auditoriums are not air condi tioned the school board said classrooms take priority The school board will also be presented two plans for physical education facilities One plan would include a field house at the High School and dressing rooms at the seventh and eighth grade campuses The second plan would only include dressing rooms at each of the schools Music facilities were priority number four and the air condi tioning of remaining buildings followed Architects said the projects could bei completed withiti three years Trustees must decide now how to fund the million construc tion projects and still have funds for teacher career ladder pay incentives Currently the district has in unobligated funds that may be used for construction and for the next two years may have an additional million each year for construction Supt Evins said Spending over the next two years must be very conservative to save the million Evins will look into op tions for financing the remaining construction The board must also decide how many teachers in the district will be placed on the career dep on Level 2Tor above of the incentive plan teachers will receive a pay bonus Trustees appeared to agree that teachers evaluation scores should only be compared against the scores of teachers from their campus in determining career ladder placement A school district committee studying the career ladder was asked to return to the board with specific proposals on career lad der placement options Trustee Rev Dr Lonnie Green agreed with Personnel Director Mota saying guidelines should be strict for career ladder placement but teacher base pay should be raised Copter spraying dope i MEXICO CITY AP A bullet went through an Attorney Gerierals office helicopter dur ing a marijuana spraying opera tion about 100 miles southeast of the capital injuring one of the three people on board a com munique said The bullet from a high powered weapon entered ihrough the back window of the Bell 206 went through a blade of ihe main rotor and out the upper rear part of the aircraft dur the mission on Monday the office statement said The helicopter was at the of Oaxaca Guerrero and Tuebla states when the shooting occurred The pilot Julio Dario korales managed to land at an operations base in Chilpancingo about 70 miles 110 kms to the southwest in Guerrero state it said Also on board were an At torney Generals office mechanic and a member of the Mexican ar my who suffered slight burns and some shrapnel wounds it said An investigation was underway in the area to determine who was responsible the attorneys office said The flight was part of an ongo ing antinarcotics campaign by the Attorney Generals office and the army Last year marijuana fields were destroyed and another in the first four months of this year the at torneys office says Accident kills man A young Odessa man was fatally injured in a traffic ac cident at Big Bend National Park on May 9 The accident occurred at approximately five miles southeast of park headquarters Larkto Pantel Kay 28 was picked up and transported in the back of a pickup truck from the accident site to ther Junction Visitor Center tjy companions who were traveling with him in a separate vehicle Park Rangers and the Terl ingua Medics administered first aid and made ar rangements with D L AviB tion for emergency air transportation to the Odessa Medical Center Daniel Lay died at the Medical Center The actual cause of death is still not known I million needed to fix space shuttles By DAVID ESPO Associated Press Writer WASHINGTON AP NASA officials in their first estimate of the financial im pact of the Challenger acci dent told Congress today they would need at least million to pay for modification of the remaining three space shuttles Dr James Fletcher the new NASA administrator said the figure was tentative but told a Senate subcommittee At least this much well be The figure does not include the cost of a new orbiter to replace the Challenger which blew up on Jan 28 killing its sevenmember crew Fletcher told a Senate appropriations subcommittee he favors con struction of a new orbiter but the administration has not yet submitted a formal request to Congress The 9676 million outlined by NASA controller Thomas Newman includes million to pay salvage and in vestigative costs arising from the Challenger accident million to maintain a steady supply of spare parts and million for corrective ac tions That includes million to redesign the solid fuel rocket booster system which is believed to be the cause of the Challenger acci dent million for changes on the space shuttle main engine and million for changes in the orbiters steer ing braking and other systems Newman also said his re quest includes a million contingency The request was some million more than the million that sources said was being included for similar pur poses in a proposal by Sen Jake Garn Fletcher told the subcom mittee that NASA has not yet decided whether it will recom mend a redesign of the shuttle to permit the crew to escape during the initial two minutes of flight the period in which the booster is ignited The Challenger was not equiped with such a system meaning the crew members would not have been able to escape even if they had known their lives were in danger The investigation of the ac cident spawned new activity in Congress on Wednesday as the company that manufac tures the shuttle booster rocket came under growing criticism for reassigning two of its engineers who opposed the decision to launch the shuttle A Chicagobased spokesman for Morton Thiokol Thomas Russell declined comment on the letters to top executives Charles S topke and U win Garrison Illegal drug arrests Police sting 19 By JUDI COOPER NewsHerald Writer Illegal drugs will be harder to come by in Del Rio due to a joint undercover operation that has netted 19 alleged drug pushers and users More arrests will be made The undercover operation initiated by the Air Force Office of Special Investigations OSI and the Drug Enforcement Ad ministration has resulted in drug trafficking or possession charges against four Air Force personnel and 19 civilians The investigation kicked off about six months said James L Smith special agent incharge of the Laughlin OSI Detachment Although the investigation was initiated based on information of narcotics deals between Laughlin personnel and the Del Rio com munity It went much wider than noted District Attorney Tom Lee An undercover agent came in here about three months ago The operation ended on the second of Smith added The undercover agent came here and worked in this community trying to buy said Del Rio Police Chief Charlie Bruce Athough only one undercover agent was used to seek out dealers and make drug purchases he would meet us occasionally and be controlled by Smith said Although this is not the first operation of this type locally it is the first hi three years and among the largest ever said Police Capt Herman Schafer After Grand Jury indictments were returned against the civilians identified by the investigation six teams of law enforcement of ficials were assembled They were briefed at 5 this morning and by 6 began making arrests Fifteen of the 19 civilians were arrested before today Four others will be brought in Schafer said In addition four military personnel are still to be charged Court martial action will be taken against the military personnel Arrested today were For delivery of marijuana at bond Frederick Scott Heronymous 22 600 Cantu Road apt 108 Roberto Chavez Avenue C Eugene Lavern Guerra Avenue C two counts Sean Edward Gallagher 17 Del Rio Mobile Home Village lot 57 Lorrie Meyer 24 600 Cantu Road apt 102 Roger Rocky Rice 19 RanchitlCvDel Rio number 16 Shane Kerby 19 Blackbrush Rarichltb DeiKto number Ward Brockwell 21 203 E Nicholson Cole Chapman 19 Box 42A Highway 90 West Arrested for delivery of heroin at bond David Gabino Dominguez 23 705 Avenue T Mateo Ozuna 23 207 W Viesca Crispin Ortegon Valdez 37 206 Perry Maria Valdez 29 206 Perry St Arrested for delivery of LSD at bond Lee Meyer 22 no residence Lorrie Meyer 24 600 Cantu apt 102 Also arrested for delivery of a controlled substance no bond noted on arrest report was William Hollis Smith W Garfield apt 2 Texas Mexico border Guard to help along Reports that National Guard troops of are ready to patrol TexasMexican borders will not effect the city of Del Rio yet National Guard troops have told congress that they are ready to commit Texas Army troops and Texas Air Force troops to control drug trafficking along the border According to a story by Saa Antonio Express News writer Bob Richter the plan outlined for congress by the National Guard does not include guardsmen on actual bust guardsmen would operate radar tracking stations between Ports of Entry acting as auxiliary forces augmenting both Border Patrol and Customs According to Linda Wilcox Del Rio port director of Customs no definite plans have been made for Del Rio yet If armed forces are used they will be utilized between Ports of Entry as helpers for both Border Patrol and Wilson explained Rubella reported By COLLEEN COOKE NewsHerald Writer A case of Rubella has been reported at the Laughlin Air Force Base Hospital The virus has infected a one yearold child not in the school system The contagious viral disease is also known as German or Three Day Measles and may have severe implications during pregnancy possibly causing con genital birth defects in the fetus Symptoms of Rubella include high fever sore throat and skin lesions The rash lasts about three days and the virus is con tagious until the rash disappears Currently in addition to the case reported at LAFB Hospital there have been several cases reported in Midland El Paso and Tyler In order to avoid an epidemic situation Dr Manuel Martinez Del Rio Health Authority recom mends that adults as well as children that have not been vac cinated for the virus do so A nor mal vaccination reaction will last a lifetime Immunizations are given at the Health Department on Wednes day and there is currently no charge for the vaccination Index Classifieds Comics Crossword DearAbby Editorial Horoscope JA Wving SJ Sports 2A TV tag 4A WallStreet 2A 1

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