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PCAD board to name director - Bryan Wildenthal Memorial Library
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Henderson to city;
County services cost
by Shelley Gilbert-Allison
Presidio County Judge Charlie
W. Henderson on Friday evening
asked Presidioans to kick in the
money required to provide
How does one's face get as red
several civic services, but encounas a fire truck? I know, and I'll
tered predictable criticism when
tell you, it's not very pleasant. In
he got to the subject of street
this column last week I referred
maintenance.
to the auxiliary to the Marfa
Henderson
advised
the
Volunteer
Fire
Department
as
the
4
Presidio City Council in its
'Firecrackers." Wow, what a
regular meeting at City Hall that
mistake. I could've done some
the county needs help — either
other booboos, but this one really
legally or for financial reasons,
hit home. Seems I've been a
or both — in providing the city
member of the department for a
with ambulance, firefighting,
number of years, holding several
road maintenance and law enforoffices and at present am fire
cement services.
marshal and still don't know the
— See Our opinion, Page 9 —
proper name of the organization
Also attending were County
this great bunch of gals put
Commissioners Daniel Estrada,
together to help the department.
Precinct 2, and Fidel Vizcaino,
Okay, the proper name is "THE
Precinct 1, with Henderson conSPARKLERS". Hope I can
stituting a quorum of the comremember that in the future.
mission, which was meeting joinSeems the name of the auxiliary
tly with the city; Precinct 1
to the Alpine Volunteer Fire
Commissioner-elect Felipe CorDepartment is "Firecrackers."
dero; County Sheriff Rick
Sorry gals, I will try to do better
The 83rd District courtroom in Presidio County Courthouse pictured more then 20 years ago, when wood.stoves Thompson;
were
Marfa Police Chief
in the future.
used. The courthouse may receive much-needed renovations with the help of an $11,666 Texas Historical Com-Bob Bigler; County-District
-OAAmission grant County Judge Charlie IV. Henderson was in Austin on Wednesday to confer on the grant.
Clerk Ramona Lara and clerk's
Came in possession of a 16deputies Sally Leos and Norma
page tabloid this week that
Serrano.
features el Paisano Resort Hotel.
About 20 visitors in all inPublished by Club Regency Including
interested citizens, filled
ternational, S.A., the issue covers
Marfa City Commissioners wili Brooks. The resolution had not County Appraisal District Board the room.
the whole Davis Mountain-Big
Ambulance
Bend area telling its readers what vote on the 1984-85 city budget yet been seen Wednesday and its of directors.
The county judge suggested that
The PCAD board will meet
to do and see while in the area. immediately following a final content was unknown, City
both Presidio and Marfa will
These publications go to all the public budget hearing during Secretary Shelagh M. Abbott Friday morning to consider
need to contribute about $1,000 a
Herrera and Carmen Thomas,the
said.
time-share holders in the group Tuesday's regular meeting.
month, and the county $2,000 a
It was speculated the request is Presidio school board's nominee,
The commission will convene
and each issue features one of the
month, to cover ambulance serrelated to the recent case at Big as a replacement for Jackson,
properties of Club Regency In- at 9:30 a.m. in City Hall.
vice including attendants' salaries
The agenda also is expected to Bend National Park in which a who resigned to move to the
ternational in the U.S., Canada,
and compensation to standby atMexico, Bahamas and France. include a decision on whether to small boy was mauled by a moun- Panhandle.
tendants.
City commissioners also met in
The clincher on this one is that 90 renew West Texas Ambulance tain lion.
He reviewed the uncertain
Commissioners met in special executive session Wednesday to
percent of the material in this Service's contract with the city.
Also, commissioners have been session early Wednesday evening consider the ambulance contract, status of West Texas Ambulance
issue came from the files of our
Service, which is undergoing conown Harry First brook. Harry has asked to consider a resolution and nominated Presidio lan- and steps toward a replacement
tract renewal negotiations with
Pete for former city superintendent
always been interested in Marfa regarding mountain lions to be downer-businessman
and tourism in the area and has submitted by Fort Stockton Herrera as James H. Jackson's Jim Turner, who resigned last the City of Marfa and has discontinued transfer service to Alpine
kept accurate records, road logs banker and civic leader Connolly replacement on the Presidio week,
and Brewster County.
of the area for anyone interested.
Without transfer service to
His records paid off this time to
other hospitals, cooperation bethelp make a very good presenween the Marfa and Presidio amtation of Marfa and the surrounbulance service will be a key
ding area in advertising the area
According
to
Chief
Appraiser
nominated
Presidioan
Pete
element in avoiding the need to
The board of directors of the
over the Western Hempisphere
Doris
Smith,
the
El
Paso
auditor
Herrera,
owner-operator
of
M
&
hire out-of-coumy ambulances to
Presidio
County
Appraisal
and in France. The work was put
saw
no
problem
with
that
B
Supermarket
and
a
sizeable
provide that service at added
District will select a director to
together l>y Ann London of
procedure
since
state
regulations
landowner,
during
a
special
cost, he said.
Regency along with many color replace James H. Jackson at its
regarding
the
new
central
apsession
this
Wednesday
afterHenderson said he has conphotos of the area. "I enjoyed regular meeting, 10 a.m. Friday
praisal
districts
do
not
spell
out
noon.
sulted with medical department
in the Marfa PCAD office.
working on the project (five or
anything
to
the
contrary.
representatives of the West Texas
Earlier, the Presidio school
Jackson resigned as a director,
seven weeks) to help promote
Board members Friday also are Council of Governments and
Marfa and el Paisano," Harry and as Presidio Independent board had nominated fellow expected
to respond to County wtih Texas Health Department
told me. Vince and Sandy, School District schools superin- trustee Douglas Keim, but Keim Tax Assessor-Collector
Rick personnel from El Paso for their
tendent, in order to move closer later resigned from the school
managers of el Paisano, work
board for personal reasons and Thompson's request at the last recommendations.
night and day on this project and to his family.
Presidio City Councilman Rick
The PCAD board by law will withdrew his nomination, accor- meeting that a breakdown of
I wanted to help. Ann drove out
values by section be Joachim said the city currently is
all the road logs I gave her so she consider nominees of each of the ding to incoming PISD Schools property
provided. Thompson had cited a paying "in excess of $600 or $700
would have the personal feel of appraisal district's four member Superintendent Rene Franco.
recent case in which a property a month now (to fund the Presidio
the area before she started taxing governments. However,
Also on the appraisal board's owner wished to pay taxes on a ambulance service), so (Henderwriting." A painting of the frien- Presidio County Commissioners
portion of his land and son's suggestion represents)
dly paisano bird hangs over the and the Marfa Independent agenda is approval of accounts certain
the proper amount could not be about a 45-percent raise."
fireplace in the lounge area of el School District board have both payable for July, and a report on determined.
Presidio Volunteer Fire
Paisano, and it was printed by chosen to defer to the choice of the district auditor's opinion
The board also will consider,
Department
which was sought regarding the
Mae
First brook.
Accom- the Presidio ISD board.
Henderson suggested the counThe Presidio school board propriety of approving accounts the amended 1984 budget and
modations at el Paisano are not
discuss
proposals
for
the
1985
ty donate the grass fire truck it
only for time-share holders; nominated PISD Tax Assessor- payable after the fact — that is,
PCAD
budget.
funds for the PVFD to the city,
overnight accommodations can Collector Carmen Thomas in its after they already have been paid
Purchase of a photocopy and halve the county's monetary
—• as the board has done in the
be secured by contacting Vince or July 21 special meeting.
machine is also on the agenda.
contribution to $1,000 a year to
But Marfa City Commissioners past.
Sandy. Many people come to
pay for Presidio's aid in putting
Marfa to visit and stay at el
out fires outside city limits in
Paisano and this publication will
Presidio County.
no doubt bring many more to the
Currently, the county allocates
area.
The National Park Service was
A 70-pound mountain lion that Hospital and then to Parkland
$2,000 a year in federal revenue-OftAwas hunted and destroyed by Hospital in Dallas, where the boy assisted by McKinney, lion sharing funds to the Presidio fire
researcher Doug Waid and Jerry
Heard in the coffee shop that Billy Pat McKinney of Lajitas in underwent surgery.
Cook, manager of the Black Gap department for the operation of
the Mischer Corp. (developers of the Chisos Mountains of Big
the county truck, and an equal
Lajitas) had purchased an in- Bend National Park has been
The stomach contents of the Wildlife Managment Area. Ac- amount to the Marfa VFD. The
terest in the Big Bend Ranch on positively identified as the animal lion were transported to the cording to Park Superintendent county also pays for insurance on
the Rio Grande and were plan- that attacked an 8-year-old Midland and Narcotics Lab, Gil Lusk, "Without Bill's dogs the county truck.
ning the development of con- Garland boy and his stepfather where traces of human hair were and Doug's expertise, we might
However,
revenue-sharing
dominiums as well as an airport last Thursday night.
found. The skull of the lion was never have captured the animal funding to the county is down
to accommodate large aircraft.
The two were hiking with other taken to the State Public Health the family would have had to un- $6,000 for 1985 and, with each
Development like this should family members when the lion at- lab in El Paso, where the animal dergo the painful rabies treatpast beneficiary asking for the
ment. We are most appreciative. «•
keep the property on the tax rolls tacked the boy, inflicting wounds was found to be not rabid.
same amount as last year or
instead of having the area to the scalp, face, arm and leg.
more, cutbacks are necessary,
designated a state park as was The stepfather was bitten on the
Henderson said.
talked about a few years back.
leg when he pulled the lion off the
The situation is similar in the
•OAAboy.
county's general fund from tax
Bloys Campmeeting is in full
David Vaught and his stepMarfa volunteer firefighters daughter apparently had been revenues, he said. The county
swing. A good rain started Wed- father, Chris Brown, were trancourt "wants to operate in 1985
nesday evening about 8 p.m.
sported to Big Bend Memorial were called last Thursday to a experimenting with matches in on the same funds that are
home in the West Heights of the bedroom and in doing so
Marfa following a report of a fire ignited a bedcover. The flame available to us in the '84 levy. We
Mexican charged with marijuana possession
do not want to go into the tax
A citizen of Mexico was Pedro Lopez after some 12 in the bedroom of the home of melted a portion of a foam rub- raise issue again, but every deparber mattress on the bed.
charged with possession of pounds of a substance believed to Anna Campos.
Upon arrival at about 6 p.m.
There was slight damage to the tment (budget request) has reflecmarijuana in connection with his be marijuana was found conted an increase... for 1985."
attempted crossing from Mexico cealed in the spare tire of a 1975 firefighters found the fire under room, according to Paul Buren,
County taxes were increased by
control after Ms. Campos had chief of the Marfa Volunteer Fire
into the United States at the Ford sedan Reimer was driving.
about 30 percent last year. HenReimer was turned over to the dumped a dishpan of water on Department.
Presidio Port of Entry last week.
Buren said the department did derson said county comJohan Thiessen Reimer, 34, Presidio County Sheriff's Depar- the blaze in a bedroom of the
not have to use any water from missioners heard the public's plea
was apprehended at the port of tment. Justice of the Peace home.
Ms. Campos told fire in- the pumpers. Units were returned for "no more" — "believe it or
entry in Presidio by U.S. Richard Elmendorf set bond at
not, we heard it." However, he
vestigators that her young at 6:20 p.m.
Customs officers Dale Short and $5,000.
Final city budget hearing slated
PCAD board to name director
Killer lion hunted, destroyed by McKinney
Matches start fire
said he wants to provide a
"small" payraise of 3 percent to
county employees in 1985.
Marfa
firefighters
have
traveled as far south as Shafter
and Pinto Canyon to fight fires.
Presidio Fire Chief John Bradford said later that the lack of
dispatch and radio communications hinders the Presidio
. VFD in responding to distant
fires.
Street Maintenance
The county will no longer pay
for grading in-city Presidio roads
because it is against the law now
that the city is incorporated,
Henderson said, citing four state
attorney general's opinions from
the 1970s.
A 1977 opinion states that
general law cities, such as
Presidio, "shall have exclusive
control" over their streets and
alleys.
Henderson noted the county
has patiently fulfilled "a number" of city funding requests since Presidio was incorporated
three years and one day ago
today. Now it's the county's turn
to be low on resources, he said,
again involing the spectre of a tax
increase.
He suggested that a rate of $18
or $20 an hour for county road
services ''will just pay for fuel."
Jeff Davis County about 1¼
years ago began charging for service to private roads. County
Judge Ann Scudday said Wednesday that county charges $20
an hour for one man and one
machine, with anything more
than that costing $50 an hour.
"We're just starting out,"
protested Councilman Armando
Carrasco. "It's just been four
(sic) years. We have no tax
base." He added the city has no
maintained "We'd be willing to
meet you halfway if you will meet
us halfway," Carrasco said.
At least two citizens challenged
the county's practice of grading
what appear to be private roads
in other parts of the county.
Henderson agreed county
roads need to be designated, "a
tremendous
undertaking/'
saying, "There is no one including the county judge, who
knows where county roads are
at."
Councilman Rick Joachim also
challenged the count's long-time
practice of grading private ranch
roads. "We want to pay what we
owe, but we don't want to pay a
disporportionate share and let a
rancher (get his free)," he said.
Law enforcement
Henderson asked the city to
establish a full-time police officer
with professional training as
required by law — or pay a share
owned law enforcement by the
county sheriffs office. He
proposed a full-time police chief
who would answer to the city
council.
No actions were taken.
Pre-schoolers
offered shots
An immunization clinic
for pre-schoolers will be
conducted from 9 a.m. to
4 p.m. Wednesday by the
Texas Department
of
Health.
Vaccines
protecting
against polio, measles/
mumps, rubella, diphtheria
and whooping cough (pertussis) will be administered
at the local Region 3 TDH
office in Marfa Activity
Center, 101N. Mesa.
The immunizations are
free of charge to the public.
All pre-schoolers/ infants
and older, are eligible,
although emphasis is on
children entering kindergarten this fall, said TDH employee Doralene
RN.
(2) The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984
Bledsoe marks 50th year in law
Marfa attorney. R.I. Bledsoe
was honored recently by the State
Bar of Texas on his 50th anniversary as a member of the legal
profession.
Bledsoe received by mail Monday a gold-lettered certificate
marking the event, and a letter
from State Bar Executive Director Edward O. Coultas.
The honoree, 89, who since
December has resided at the
Lutheran Home, Permian Basin,
Teachers complete course
In business
in Midland, was unable to attend
the State Bar's 1984 convention
to receive the certificate in person
July 6. Bledsoe's son, Bobby
Bledsoe, is an attorney ' in
Midland.
Coultas' July 26 letter read in
part, "This is a great distinction
and the entire membership of the
State Bar of Texas joins me in
congratulating you on this
remarkable
* professional
achievement."
Gonzales
Former Marfan Sheila Gonzales has been promoted to the
position of personal banking officer in the Personal Banking
Division of Republic First
National Bank of Midland.
Ms. Gonzales joined the bank
in March 1981 as an administrative assistant in the
Commercial Recovery Department. In May 1983 she was
promoted to manager of the
Longtime Marfa residents Mr. Frances and Charles O'Hosky of department.
and Mrs. Steve Vanck, now of Ulysses, Pa.; Steve Vanek Jr. of
She has 12 years of banking
Birch Tree, Mo., plan to Ninilchik, Alaska; Violet and
celebrate their 50th wedding an- Herb Shell of Ellington, Mo.; experience and is a member of the
niversary Aug. 18 with an after- Virigina and Don Buchholz of St. Midland chapter of the American
Ann, Mo.; and Iris and Ed Taber Institute of Banking.
noon open house.
She is the daughter of Mr. and
The event will be sponsored by of Abilene, Texas.
Mr. and Mrs. Vanek were Mrs. Lucio J. Lujan of Marfa.
their children from 2 to 4 p.m. in
St. John Vianney Parish Hall in married Aug. 22, 1934, in Pittsburgh, Pa.
Moutain View, Mo.
They have 16 grandchildren
The Vanek's children are Toni
and John Long of Eilisville, Mo.; and four great-grandchildren.
Happy Day Senior Center participants this week enjoyed garden-fresh squash raised and
donated to the center by Bascome
Webb.
A one-day food and nutrition is free of charge to all interested
Elisa Aguitar has handsewn a
course intended to train 4-H Club in serving as 4-H leaders of social
decorated pillow to sell to benefit
adult leaders is set for 3 p.m. youth.
It will be taught by a district the Ma/fa Nutrition Center.
today in the Thunderbird
Extension Service representative Other donations, received for the
Restaurant's rear dining room.
proposed October bazaar or for
The two- to three-hour course from Fort Stockton.
bingo prizes, include bud vases
from Bob Berger, and cookies,
f & American Heart
glasses and a variety of kitchen
^^Association
accessories
from
Madelyn
Vaneks to celebrate golden anniversary
Twenty-seven West Texas
teachers recently completed the
Sul Ross State University Free
Enterprise Institute in Alpine.
According to Bill Beaty, course
instructor and director of the institute, "The participants in this
program will be able to use the
promoted
Beta Sisma Phi
Getting to know them
Sandi Billingsley joined the
Ritual of Jewels Chapter in 1977
and advanced to Exemplar Chapter in 1982.
While in Ritual of Jewels she
served as recording secretary for
two years and on the Yearbook,
Yardstick, Ways and Means,
Sheila Qonzalas
Service and Charity, and MemJ bership committees.
She was named the Ritual of
Jewels Girl of the Year for 1980Collier.
81.
This year Sandi serves the
Lupe Franco was the recipient
of a musical floral lamp given the Exemplars as corresponding
Nutrition Center by Site Director secretary and chairman of the
Service and Charity Committee.
MaryCordero.
She was last year's award winner
Plans are to celebrate August for Program of the Year.
birthdays of center participants
She and husband Stewart
with a picnic in Coffield Park Billingsley, senior electronics
such as the one participants and technician for the U.S. Border
guests attended in July.
Patrol, moved to Marfa, after
serving four years each in the
Center senior citizens sent a U.S. Navy in Pearl Harbor,
sympathy card to the family of Hawaii, and San Diego, Calif.
Jim Eyler in Dallas.
While in Pearl Harbor, she was
assigned to duty as electronics
technician to Secure Voice of the
Pacific, a radio-telephone system
>.
by individuals or groups for this which processed calls from
honor. All Texans can take pride Washington, D.C., to Saigon,
in their achievements and their Vietnam, and other Pacific war
having set a new standard of ex- areas.
cellence for our young people to
Mrs. Billinsley also served as a
emulate," White said.
drug and alcohol rehabilitation
A 10-member panel, composed counselor and as the San Diego
of White, members of the Gover- Rehabilitation Center's adnor's Commission for Women, ministrative assistant.
and other citizens, selected the
finalists for the Hall of Fame
based on the candidates' achievements in 10 categories.
Arts and Humanities: Dr. Amy
Freeman Lee, 69, San Antonio
artist and lecturer.
Business and Finance: Oveta
Culp Hobby, 79, of Houston,
former publisher and board
chairman of the Houston Post
and former U.S. Secretary of
Health, Education and Welfare
(1953-55), making her the second
woman in American history to
serve as a member of the
President's cabinet.
Education: A dual award goes
to Mary Evelyn Blagg Huey,
president of Texas Women's
University, for her role in higher
education, and Catherine Belle
Atkinson Bell, a retired Houston
teacher, for her contributions to
Must Make
primary
and
secondary
education.
Appointment
Science and Technology: Dr.
Jeane Porter Hester, of Houston,
internist; Associate Professor of
Medicine, Chief, Supportive
Therpay, Chief, Pneresis Service,
at M.D. Anderson Hospital and
Tumor Institute. Her cancer
research led to breakthroughs in
the development of blood cell
separation.
Senior center receives donations
4-H leaders course today
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training they received to aid in
the teaching of economics to
public school students at all
levels.
'These teachers possessed a
wide range of opinions and attitudes toward economics/' he
added.
Since discharge from the Navy,
she has worked for the Public
Welfare Department in Del Rio
and since March 1982 as office
manager and title clerk for D*Ette Fowlkes, attorney, and
Fowlkes Title St Abstract Co.
She holds two degrees, a
bachelor of arts in history from
Sul Ross State University and a
master's of education in history,
also from Sul Ross.
The Billingsleys are the parents
of two children. Brad Stewart,
who attends kindergarten at St.
Mary's School, and Erica Rae, 22
months.
Mrs. Billingsley is a member of
St. Paul's Episcopal Church and
enjoys such hobbies as sewing,
needlework, reading, pickle and
jelly making and exercising.
Twelve women selected for Hall of Fame
Gov. Mark White recently announced the selection of 12 outstanding Texas women for induction Sept. 13 into the first Texas
Women's Hall of Fame in special
ceremonies at the LBJ Library in
Austin.
"These women were selected
from among more than 400
deserving candidates nominated
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The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984 (3)
Robinson, Marugg exchange vows
First United Methodist Church and brother. Mrs. Alan Donaldson sang "Up There Where We
was the setting the afternoon of
July 21 for the wedding of Belong" and "The Lord's
Kathcrine Lee Robinson and Jef- Prayer,"
The church altar was decorated
fery Wayne Marugg. The Rev.
Bob Bowling officiated at the with white fireside baskets filled
with various shades of blue silk
double ring ceremony.
The bride, given in marriage by flowers and draped with English
her father, wore a dress ivy. At each end of the altar were
belonging to Mrs. Price Robin- tall brass candlesticks holding
son. It was a designer gown of large blue candles. In the chancel
white Chantilly lace, em- was a seven-branch canbroidered with seed pearls. Its fit- delabrum with blue tapers and
ted bodice featured a Queen An- at the altar, a unity candle, lit by
ne neckline and bishop sleeves. the bride and groom at the close
The full lace tiered skirt fell to a of the service.
A reception was held in the
chapel-length train. A veil of
illusion, edged in lace, extended Spanish Room of el Paisano
Hotel. The bride's cake was on a
over the gown.
For something old, the bride table laid with a cloth given her
wore a string of pearls given her parents on their 25th anniversary.
by a great-aunt, Abbie Lee Wafer Also on the table was a silver
of
Carlsbad,
N.M.; for cake knife belonging to Mrs. Jim
something new, she wore a Bob Steen and used by several
diamond and gold cross given by Marfa brides.
At each end of the reception
the bridegroom. Something
borrowed was her dress and room was a table, one holding the
something blue was her garter. bridegroom's cake. The table was
She also wore in her shoe a 5 pen- laid with the reception cloth used
ce coin she brought back from at the wedding of the bride's
parents and featured copper serLondon.
ving pieces.,The centerpiece was
She carried a bouquet of blue an arrangement of summer
and white silk roses.
flowers.
Bridal attendants were her
The second table was laid with
sister, Blake, serving as maid of handmade linen cutwork done by
honor and Mrs. Price Robinson the bride's great-grandmother.
as matron of honor. They wore Centering the table was a pair of
blue polyester organza A-line silver candelabra, with blue
dresses with self-fabric double tapers, belonging to Mrs. Steen.
ruffle across one shoulder. They
At the bride's book were
carried white lace fans with a Alexia Marugg, the bridegroom's
small arrangement similar to the niece and Mary Kathcrine Wafer,
bride's bouquet.
the bride's cousin.
Best man was Mitch Marugg of
Houseparty members included
Jones, Okla., brother of the Mr. and Mrs. Wally Harkey and
bridegroom, and groomsman was Mrs. William Allison, all of MarSergio Garcia of Midland. Ushers fa; Mr. andMrs. A.W. Bishop. Kawere Donald and Luis Salinas ren, Cynthia and Deborah of Soand Price Robinson, all of
nera; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond JenMidland, and Mark Taylor of
kins and Tom of Midland; Dr. arid
Oklahoma City, Okla.
of Lubbock; Mrs. Mitch Marugg
Prior to the ceremony, Mrs. of Jones, Okla.; Mrs. Jerry Hope
George Cross played a selection of Marfa; and Mrs. Sergio Garcia
of songs heard at the weddings of and Mrs. June Shaw, both of
the bride's grandparents, parents Midland.
PERSONAL
Sandy Bruttomesso and son Joey will go to Disney World in
Joey left this week-forarvisit with Florida before returning to Marher family in Georgia. She and fa.
Family and friends from out of
town included Mrs. Clyde Wafer
of El Paso, the bride's grandmother; Mr. and Mrs. Goodson
Sellers
of
Munday, the
bridegroom's grandparents; Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Starr, Nancy
Long, Mr. and Mrs. Fran Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. Noble Watkins, Mr.
and Mrs. H.L. Robinson and Mr.
and Mrs. Dusty Land; and Sarita
Gearhart.
After a trip to Colorado, the
couple will be at home in
Midland, where the bridegroom
is a member of the Midland
Police Department. The bride
teaches for the Greenwood Independent School District.
Mrs. Marugg is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Carl P. Robinson.
She graduated from Marfa High
School and received a degree in
English and math from The
University of Texas at the Permian Basin. Her husband's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn
Marugg of Woodward, Okla. He
has a degree in police science
from Northwest Oklahoma State
University.
Prior to their wedding, the
couple was honored with a series
of parties. One June 23, a lingerie
shower was given for the bride by
Mrs. Raymond Jenkins, Mrs.
Ray Jenkins, Mrs. Price Robinson and Mrs. David Chambers in
Midland at the Ranchland Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Harkey
were hosts to a backyard supper
honoring
the bride and
bridegroom on June 30. Mrs.
M.T. Bennett and Mrs. Steen
honored the bride with a brunch
in the Bennett home on July 7
and Mrs. R.H. Godbold and Patti Godbold hosted a tea in the
Godbold home on the afternoon
of July 18. Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Shurley, and Mr. and Mrs. B.J.
Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. A.W.
Bishop were hosts to swimming,
tennis and lunch at the Shurley
home the day of the wedding.
PINUPS
Thanksgiving Novena to Saint Jude
O Holy St. Jude, Apostal and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles, near
kinsman of Jesus Christ. Faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special
patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart
and humbly be to who Cod has given such grea power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present and urgent petition. ••In return I promise to make
your name known and cause you to be invoked.
Say three Our Fathers, three Hail Marys and Glorias. Publication must be
promised. St. Jude Pray for us, and all who invoke your aid.
Amen.
This Novena has never been known to fail.
••Here may your request!
Marfa Chapter No. 344 of the
Order of the Eastern Star
honored Marfa Masonic Lodge
No. 596 Saturday evening in the
ranch home of Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Mellard.
About 40 members and guests
partook of a covered dish dinner
prepared by OES members.
Laughter and reminiscing
marked the evening.
Mrs. Mellard, who has spent
the past year recuperating from
surgery, was heard to remark,
"This is so much fun having all
of you in our home.'*
The Mellard's daughter and
husband, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Williams, assisted in preparing
for the occasion.
Quests from Alpine were Mrs.
W.E. "Pat" Patterson, Mr. and
Mrs. Johnny Finley, their
daughter Tammie and grandson
Carlton of Bryan; and two dual
members of the Alpine and Marfa OES chapters, Louise Cowell
and Elizabeth Peters.
Mr. and Mra. Jaff Marugg
Personals,
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel G.
Rubio spent two weeks in
Anaheim, Cali., visiting relatives
and friends, they were joined the
second week by daughter Bonnie,
husband Benny and children Jeffrey and Kristen of Kermit, and
son Sammy and wife Liza of
Odessa. Arriving later was the
Rubios* other son, Danny, of
Dallas.
They celebrated the silver wedding anniversary of Rubio's sister
and husband, Mr, and Mrs.
David Smith of Garden Grove,
Calif.; and the birthday of his
mother, Virginia G. Rubio, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Faustino
G. Rubio of Anakeim. They
visited Kerott*s Berry Farm,
Disneyland, Magic Mpuntain and
Newport Beach, and saw the
California Angels play baseball
and an Olympics torch runner.
attend the 50th wedding anniversary of her brother and sister-inlaw, Mr. and Mrs. Charlies A.
Feld; then to Rumston, N.J., for
granddaughter
Margaret
Mallan*s 16th birthday and son
Thomas A. Mallan's 50th birthday.
Agnes Holland Balfour has
Of
Implementation of Chapter 75
ofth*
Texas Education Code
(House Bill 246)
special language programs, gifted and talented programs, compensatory education
programs, special education and migrant
education programs.
The modifications must be made in accordance with the law and must still ensure that
these special populations are provided with a
well-balanced curriculum involving instruction in the essential elements in a manner
appropriate to the needs of the student.
It is the responsibility of each district to
provide a well-balanced curriculum to all of
the students enrolled. In order for this to
happen, local school boards are required to
adopt and establish policies which give direction to the total instructional program and
which delineate procedures for evaluating
the effectiveness of the instructional
program. School districts are also required
to provide and ensure adequate planning and
preparation time for teachers to prepare for
effective instruction.
Time requirements for instruction in the
elementary grades will be implemented with
the beginning of the 1984-83 *chool year.
Entering freshmen will abide by the new
graduation requirements. Other plans will be
developed by Valentine ISD officials for full
implementation of Chapter 75 in the 1985-86
school year.
Opportunities for the community to
become aware of the aspects of Chapter 75
will be available August 16, 1984, 7 p.m.,
Valentine High School Auditorium. Parents
of pre-school and school age children are
urged to attend this presentation by Dr. Vernon Stokes, Region 18 Service Center. Individual questions and concerns may be
directed to J.C. Lusk at 915-467-2671.
VALENTINE
INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT
returned from a trip to Switzerland and is attending Bloys
Camp Meeting. She is visiting
Mrs. Hayes Mitchell Sr.
Robert and Susan Pruett and
children Benjamin and Gina of
San Marcos visited Mrs. Ben
Pruett for a week recently in
Marfa.
Mr. and Mrs. Remijio Carrasco
invite you to attend
a fifteenth birthday celebration
honoring
their daughter Anna
Saturday, August 11
at the Beta Building
7:00
Emma S. Mallan has returned
from a month's visit with her
family. She visited daughter Dr.
Jean Mallan in Detroit before
traveling to Portland, Maine, to
Amy Rawls Lovell has announced the birth of a son,
Travis Allen, on Aug. 2 in Big
Bend Memorial Hospital, Alpine.
He weighed 7 lbs., 14 oz. He has
a sister Aubrey, 3.
Grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Rawls of Marfa.
LaVerva Lovell of Marshall and
Deryl Lovell of Synder.
NOTICE
Superintendent of Schools J.C. Lusk announces that plans are currently underway
by Valentine ISD for the implementation of
Chapter 75 of the Texas Education Code.
Chapter 75 began as House Bill 246, passed
by the Sixty-Seventh Legislature in 1981,
which repealed all existing laws requiring
courses to be taught and mandated the
««
development
of
a
well-balanced
curriculum" for all students. The law
established twelve curriculum areas which
constitute a well-balanced curriculum and
required minimum* essential elements be
developed for each of the curriculum areas.
Each school district is required to offer a
well-balanced curriculum which includes
English language arts, other languages (to
the extent possible), mathmematics, science,
health, physical education, fine arts (including art, music, and theater arts), social
studies, economics (with an emphasis on the
free enterprise system and its benefits),
business education, vocational education,
and Texas and U.S. history as individual
subjects and in reading courses. Tne bill further requires the instruction of certain aspects of computer science at the secondary level.
There are essential elements which have
been established as a minimum for instruction at each level from kindergarten through
grade twelve. While school districts may add
to the essential elements at their discretion,
the law states that t h e y , " . . . shall not delete
or omit instruction in the essential elements
required by the State Board of Education.**
School districts are allowed to modify the
essential elements to meet the needs of
special populations including students involved in bilingual education and other
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(4) The Marfa Independent, The Big BCKH Scnunel. Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984
The Presidio Voice
City has full agenda
by Shdley Gilbert-Allison
With Mayor Pro Tem Edmundo Nieto presiding, Presidio City
Council members Friday night
moved swiftly through a lengthy
agenda, much concerning unfinished old business.
Aside from a controversial
presentation by Presidio County
Judge Charlie W. Henderson, the
agenda was fairly routine with
several actions taken.
Mayor Herb Myers, who was
absent, was reported by his wife
just before the meeting as having
car trouble en route to Pecos.
— See County services, Page 1 —
Council members appointed a
committee to conduct the search
for a permanent home for
Presidio Public Library. The
library was granted a two-month
reprieve from the American
Legion ending Aug. 31, when it
must vacate the Legion Hall.
Councilman
Armando
Carrasco, library board president
Ruth Legate and other board
members will work on the committee, which will offers from
interested landlords, to be received by Aug. 17. A decision
on the bids will probably be made
Aug. 21, leaving 10 days to make
the move.
. Mrs. Legate noted that a
Legionnaire has made a verbal
offer to help move books and
shelves.
Discussed without action was a
vacancy on the library board,
The board had recommended
Aurora Vaught for its fifth member, but Mrs. Vaught said Friday
night she would be unable to serve.
: Council
members
voted
unanimously to approve accounts
payable for July with the excep-
Presidio I.S.D.
Presidio Cafeteria Menu
Aug. 13-17,1984
BREAKFAST
Mon. Aug. 13
•Inservice
Tues. Aug. 14
• Inservice
Wed. Aug. 15
• Scrambled egg
• Toast/jelly
•Orange juice
'Rice
J Milk
Thurs. Aug. 16
'French toast
• Orange juice
' Rice
.'Milk
Fri. Aug. 17
• Pancake
'.Grape juice
• Cream of wheat
Milk
LUNCH
Mon. Aug. 13
: Inservice
Tues. Aug. 14
.* Inservice
Wed. Aug. 15
: Cheeseburger w/mustard
; French fries/catsup
tion of $34.40 in expenses submitted by Myers for a trip he
made July 11 to Alpine. City
Secretary David Harp told the
council he had refused to reimburse the mayor because the trip
had not been approved in advance by the council.
Councilman Rick Joachim also
said the council would not pay
for use of Myers* home phone on
city-related calls unless the mayor
charged the calls to the city's
Calling Card number, as instructed.
An
"optional'*
executive
session included on Friday's
agenda was not held because,
Joachim said, "there were some
things we needed to discuss with
the mayor but unfortunately he's
not here." He indicated the matters pertained to bills submitted
for payment and other matters of
official duties and conduct.
City bills approved
for
payments included the city's half
of the cost of auditing the ambulance system, $1,306.20. The
county paid the other half. Bills
to be paid, some predating the
July statement, totaled $2,531.
Harp reported that the endof-July balance in the city's
general fund totaled $18,944, not
counting an additional $4,000
received in reimbursements from
franchise taxs and state funding
sources.
In other business, the council
authorized Harp to sign and
return the contract for staterequired archaeological survey of
the new city landfill site. Harp
said the surveyor has told him the
cost would not exceed $714.
The required landfill permit
from the Texas Department of
(Continued on Page 9)
Fruit jello
Low fat/horn, milk
Lettuce/tomato/pickle-
Thurs. Aug. 16
Macaroni w/meat
Pinto beans
Green cabbage slaw
Chocolate brownie
Hot rolls/butter
Low fat/horn, milk
Agents commended
In a special meeting at the
Presidio Border Patrol Office,
Deputy Chief Patrol Agent
Robert O. Scharr, presented letters of commendation from the
Southern Regional Office.
Honors went to Criminal Investigator Douglas Keim, Supervisory Border Patrol Agent
Stanley Spencer, and Border
Patrol Agents Wayne Wiemers,
Tony Delbart, David Ramirez,
Oscar Lechuga, Richard Bernholz, Tom Schmerber and Ed
Sanchez.
Presidio U.S. Border Patrol officers receiving letters of com'
mentation include (front left) Stanley Spencer, David Ramirez,
Oscar Lechuga and Douglas Keim, Standing, left, Tony
Delbart, Richard Bernholz, Tom Schmerber and Wayne
Weimers.
Vacancies filled at PISD
Two new Presidio Independent
School District board members
were appointed Friday to fill
vacancies caused by resignations.
Meeting in special session, the
PISD Board of Trustees appointed
Jose Antonio Molinar to replace
Douglas Keim, and Gilberto
Velaseo to succeed Bob Anderson.
Anderson
resigned
a Her
Schools Superintendent James H.
Jackson's resignation in-order to
avoid any conflict ..of interest
when his brother-in-law, Rene
Franco, was named as Jackson's
successor, according to Franco.
Keim resigned for .unknown"
personal reasons. Franco said.
The school board's regularU
Fri. Aug. 17
Green enchiladas w cheese
Spanish rice
Tossed salad dressing
Fruitcocktail cookie
Low fat /horn, milk
Menu subject to change
scheduled meeting this past Wednesday was postponed until
Aug.. 20 because four trustees
were out of town, Franco said.
The Auja. 20 meeting, starting
at 7:30 p.m. in the Presidio Hign
School library, will include the
official 1984-85 budget hearing.
The board normally meets at
7
:.V) p.m. in the library on the
second Wednesday of each month Meetings are open to the
public.
Joe Selmans
celebrate 30th
Mr, and Mrs. Joe Selman of
Presidio celebrated their 30th
wedding anniversary Saturday
evening with a party given by
their son and three daughters.
The Selmans ajso have four
grandchildren.
The commendations came in
recognition of the officers' efforts in investigative assistance
provided the Presidio County
Sheriffs Office in the case involving the murder of Mexican
Federal Game Warden Jose Luis
Acosta-Molinar.
Acosta's body was discovered
outside Presidio on June 8, with
cause of death attributed to gunshot wounds he had sustained.
The investigation conducted by
the above officers culminated in
the arrest of two Presidio men at
their residences on June 9. Efrain
Sosa and Jose Luis Hernandez
were arrested at approximately 2
p.m. by Keim, Spencer and
Delbart.
In his letter. Assistant Regional
Commissioner J. William Carter
told each officer, "This reflects
the professionalism of yourself,
as well as of the Service, and
should give us all great pride to
be members of the U.S. Border
Patrol.
PISD registration set
Presidio Independent School
District students will register
this Monday and Tuesday for
classes;
On Monday, eighth-graders
will register from 8 to 10 a.m.,
seventh-graders from 10 a.m. to
noon, and seniors from 1 to 4
p.m.
On Tuesday, juniors will
register from 8 to 10 a.m. and
sophomores from 10 a.m. to
noon. Freshmen will register
from 1 to 3 p.m. Elementary
students, kindergarten through
sixth grade, will register from 9
a m to 11 a.m.
Classes will begin Wednesday
for all students in the Presidio
ISD and buses will run regular
routes. School hours will be from
8a.m. to 3 p.m.
All parents of kindergarten
students and of students being
enrolled for the first time in
Presidio schools should bring
with them a copy of their birth
certificate and immunization
record.
Also, parents may complete
the cafeteria application for free
or reduced lunches after they
register their children.
Congratulations,
from
Presidio
Vizcainos
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1964 Marfa Teen-age Little League champions, the Presidio Astros: front row, left to right,
Rene Carrasco, Hector Acosta, Ray Castro, Caesar Bariga, Sergio Molinar; second row,
Frank Armendariz, Richard Vasquei, Sammy Marquez, Tom Pelton, Jose Armendariz,
Alfonso Renteria, David Carrasco; back row, Assistant Coach Denial DeAnda, Head Coach
Tony Sanchez, Scqrekeeper Arturo Vito. Not pictured: Rene Rivera, Bobby Martinez and
Robert Davis ot Marfa.
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The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984 (5)
Astros take winning streak to state
Fresh off their 13-0 victory
over the Monahans Tigers in the
Little League district championship title game, last week in Marfa, the Presidio Astros charged
onward Tuesday to win their first
two state tournament challenges
in Killeen.
Astro regulars and pick-up
players Rene Rivera of the Marfa
Medical Big Shots, plus Bobby
Martinez and Robert Davis from
St. Mary's Irish, packed up their
bats and balls and headed to
Killeen on Monday morning for
freshman tight base competition
in the state tournament.
They left armed with a perfect
season mark of 12-0 in league
play and 4-0 in district play.
They proceeded to rout the
White House Rangers 26-4 in the
first game Tuesday morning, and
followed that up by outclassing
the Astros from Riesel in central
Texas in the night game, 16-3.
Presidio's Astros went on to
face a team from Temple this
Wednesday evening. Twelve
teams, the best of each district,
are competing for the state title, in
the 9 to 12 age group.
In Tuesday's first Astro victory
Presidio pitchers Rivera and
David Carrasco, who allowed
only four hits in the last four in-
nings of play, combined for the
impressive win. Rivera meanwhile struck out five of the six
players he faced and was to be
spared for Wednesday's contest
against Temple.
Offensively, Jose Armendariz
led the Astros at the plate by
going 5 for 6, followed by Alfonso
Carrasco and D. Carrasco with a
3 for 6 game.
In the Astros' victory over
their namesakes from Riesel,
Alfonso Renteria struck out 11 in
going the distance while his
teammates did more than enough
damage at the plate. Armendariz
again carried a heavy stick to the
plate, having a perfect 2-2 night,
followed by Martinez at 3-4;
Davis at 2-3; and Renteria with
two hits on four trips to the plate.
Hard-throwing Rivera was
scheduled to pitch when the
Astros faced Temple at 6:30 p.m.
Wednesday;
In the 13-0 district title win
over the Tigers here Aug. 1, the
Astros' Rivera fanned 15 for the
victory and assured his comrades
the trip to Killeen.
Armendariz, small in frame,
once again powered his teammates offensively by belting two
solo home runs and a secondinning single. Renteria and D.
Carrasco followed with three extra base hits while Martinez contributed two hits and Rivera*
Davis and Rene Carrasco each
had one.
Brad Wells suffered the loss
for the visitors, with Tiger teammates Steve Ward and Roger
Balderaz gathering in one hit
apiece for the only hits allowed
by Rivera.
The Astros, who have won
Marfa League play for the past
three years, have been led all
three years by Head Coach Tony
Sanchez and Sponsor-Assistant
Coach Daniel DeAnda, with Arturo Brito keeping score,
DeAnda said Friday in
Presidio, "We're going to try real
hard, that's all. I think we're
ready."
He praised his two star pitchers, both of whom are 12 and
in their last league season. Renteria, however, who has played
since he was 9 and pitched a
couple of no-hitters for the
Astros, may be succeeded by his
7-year-old brother Ricky, whom
DeAnda says is "ready" and has
only to turn 9.
Of pick-up pitcher Rivera,
DeAnda commented, "Guys say,
'How did you beat Rivera?' We
did, we beat him. Now for us,
he's done beautiful." Rivera was
the only pitcher to give the Astros
a hard time all year, DeAnda added.
About $1,400 has been collected from concession stand sales,
and as of Friday afternoon an
additional $980 from area merchants and other supporters, for
the Astros' costly trip to state.
Last year, when the Astros lost
their first two games at state, the
tab still came to about $1,800 for
three days and two nights,
DeAnda said.
Donations are still being accepted to the Little League
Association, c/o Daniel DeAnda,
P.O. Box 1160, Presidio 79845.
State tournament results are
being posted as they become
available at the DeAnda Grocery
Store in Presidio.
Forty-two area runners
not too hot to trot
Astros
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(Continued on Page 8)
We're proud of you,
Astros!
Congratulations, Astros!
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Joe M. Fuentes, El Paso * 2nd, 38:37
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Hector Castaueda, El Paso * 4th, 49:17
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Race Director Tonda Hollenback said she was very pleased
with the race's success. "Many
people thought I was crazy to try
to organize a race here in
Presidio. I was told that no one in
Presidio would run, let along
anyone from other areas. True, I
might be crazy, but . . . the
response from the town of
Presidio could not have been bet*
ter. Of the 42 runners, 28 were
from Presidio. That is really
great for our first road race. Also
many townspeople were on hand
to cheer for all the runners," she
said.
Presidio Koadrunners Club
held its first road footrace Sunday morning, with 42 runners
competing in either the 10-km
(6.2-mile) or 2-mile race.
The temperature at the 8 a.m
start of the race was 88 degrees F.
and by 8:20 a.m. rose to 95; the
temperature continued to rise
throughout the race. Water
stations at each mile marker were
a welcome sight to the runners.
The overall winner of the 10km race was Xavier Rodriguez of
Presidio with a time of 37:12.
Close on Rodriguez's heels to
take second place overall was
Raul Barriga of Presidio with a
time of 37:17.
For the women, Zaira Juarez
of Presidio took first place with a
time of 49:59.
In the 2-mile race, LeRoy
Barriga of Presidio placed first in
the men's division with a time of
13:45. In the women's division
for the 2-mile, Sandra McKennan
of Balmorhea took first place in
16:50 minutes.
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(8) TheMarfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984
Sports
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I N D E P E N
and TNiBtftag£Jta?/ftt<
Marfans win at tourney
Three Marfans brought home
first-place honors from the Sul
Ross State University Physical
Education
and
Athletic
Association Tennis Tournament,
held Saturday and Sunday on the
university courts in Alpine.
Crack tennis player Launa
Livingston of Marfa placed first
in both the 19-and-over mixed
doubles, playing with Ted Bedwell of Alpine, and 18-and-under
girls* doubles, with Dana Souter
of Alpine.
In
the
mixed
doubles,
Livingston-Bedwell defeated the
team of SRSU Tennis Coach Kay
Whitley and Sul Ross position
one player John Williamson.
In the 18-and-under boys'
doubles, Billy Spencer of Marfa
teamed with Barron Fletcher of
Roadrunners
El Paso to take first place,
defeating Raul Lara of Marfa
and Adam Morales of Fort Davis
in the finals.
Lara won the top spot in 18and-under boys1 singles, with
Paul Uranga of Van Horn
placing second.
Placing second in the girls'
doubles were Marfans Tracye
Hope and Becky Wood.
Fletcher, here as a guest of
Elizabeth O'Connor of Marfa,
defeated Bedwell in the finals of
the 19-and-over men's singles to
place first in that division.
Dalaine Williams of Fort Davis
captured first place in the 19-andover women's singles, defeating,
Irene Reinberg,, also of Fort
Davis, in the finals.
30-39 yrs. old
Manuel Zubia. El Paso • 1st 37:42
Dr. Harold Fain, Marfa -2nd. 41:10
Joe Rodriguez, El Paso - 3rd, 51:40
Chip Hollcnback, Presidio • 4th, 61:30*
Dia*
40-49 yrs. old
Dana Wray, Et Paso - 1st. 41:39
^Sflnt
Oof
for a btf.
Souter signs for women's basketball
Alpine High School basketball
standout Dana Souter has signed
with the women's basketball
team at Sul Ross State University.
Souter averaged more than 20
points pet game in leading Alpine
to the playoffs last year. She was
also named Most Valuable Player
-
_
—
.
for the district.
Women's coach Kay Whitley
said Souter's addition will be a
great help in the point guard
position. Last year's Sul Ross
women's basketball team will
return seven starters for the 198485 season.
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Dutchover to Germany
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Air Force Master Sgt. Ruben
Dutchover. son of Bill and Ivati
Dutchover of Fort Davis, has
arrived for duty at Sembach Air
Force* West Germany.
Dutchover, a law enforcement
supervisor with the 601st Security
Police Squadron, was previously
assigned at Nellis Air Force Base.
Nev. ' •
He is a 1966 graduate of Fort
Davis High School.
(Continued from Page 5)
Tom McKenna, Balmorhea - 2nd, 48:07
Steve Park, Marfa - 3rd. 61:30
50 6 over
Larry Madrano, El Paso • 1st, 43:33
Ruben Ramirez, El Paso • 2nd, 49:01
10 kn Race. W o m ' i Dtvfaftoa
14-19 yrs. old
Zaira Juarez, Presidio • 1st, 49:59*
20*29 yrs. old
Sylvia Ajjuilar, Presidio - 1st, 64:51*
30-39 yrs. old
Rosalba Aguilar. Presidio • 1st, 57:48*
Aurora Carrasco, Presidio - 2nd, 68:44*
Coaching staff
selected
The football coaching staff
from Sul Ross State University
has been selected to guide the
Western squad for this year's annual Greenbelt Bowl, the major
high school Alt-Star game for
Panhandle area schools.
Teams from northwest Texas
and western Oklahoma will send
their best players to participate in
the contest.
Lobo head football coach
Ronald Mays will handle defensive duties in the Western squad.
Assistants Ray DeSpain and
Dennis Carpenter will be responsible for the offensive unit.
Mays called the selection "a
nice honor, which should help us
out in our recruiting from that
area of the state, also.'*
The coaching staff from
Panhandle State University in
Good well, Okla., will be in
charge of the Eastern squad.
This year's Greenbelt Bowl
will be played Aug. 10 in
Childress. The coachig teams will
have one week to work with their
All-Star squard prior to the
game.
2 Mile Race - Mta*s WvWon
13 A under
Cary Hamilton, Presidio • 1st, 14:32
Tony Manriquez, Presidio - 2nd, 14:13
Herbierto Ramos, Presidio - 3rd. 16:50
Jason McKenna, Balmorhea • 4th, 17:11
Chad Cunter, Presidio • 5th, 18:44*
Sean Meehan, Virtina Beach. Va. -6th, 21.07
Mark Joachim, Presidio • 7th, 22:25
Juan Munoz. Presidio • 8th, 22:55
14-19 yrs. old
LeRoy Barriia, Presidio • 1st,13:45*
Fred Hendrix. Presidio - 2nd. 13:47*
Goyo Gomez. Presidio - 3rd. 14:17*
Dan DeAnda. Jr., Presidio -4th, 14:42*
Carlos Ramos, Presidio -5th, 15:25*
AlexOchoa, Presidio • 6th, 19:17*
20-29 yrs. old
Ellis Vitlalobos, Presidio -1st, 19:52*
30*39 yrs. old
Stan Spencer, Presidio - 1st. 15:16*
Tom Parnoftello, Presidio • 2nd, 19:20*
2 Milt Race • Womta's Division
13 A under
Krisiina Dees, Van Horn, • 1st, 17:51
Dina Joachim, Presidio • 2nd. 22:23
30*39 yrs. old
Sandra McKennon. Balmorhea • 1st, 16:50
Marion Spencer, Presidio • 2nd, 17:17*
Arelene Parnofiello, Presidio • 3rd, 19:29
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Members of the
Little League
Association
would like to
thank everyone
who helped with
the Little League
District
Tournament and
helped make it a
pens as the bane of a teen-ager's
existence, acne is the most
frustrating health disease of all
for teens and their parents and
just plain pesky.
it is the common health
problem for youngsters. Four out
of five young people will experience the problem when they
reach puberty.
Even though acne is a common
problem, discussing and acting
on the problem in uncommon in
many homes. Acne is given the
silent
treatment
for
two
reasons: (1) if you don't talk
about it, acne might go away, and
(2) the acne victim must be personally responsible for having
the condition; he or she must
have it because of a somehow
questionable lifestyle.
It is true that in many instances
acne left untreated eventually will
subside and disappear. In the interim, though, a teen-ager's
complexion may be scarred and
self-esteem diminished.
It is not true that too many
stops at the drive-in restaurant,
too little sleep and too few baths
RANGRA
THEATRES
(Start Friday!
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Cute.
Clover.
Mischievous.
Intellicj«nt.
Boardof Directors
DO:
— Wash the skin two or three
times a day to remove excess oil
and to keep pores open.
— Between washings, use
alcohol wipes of the same purpose.
— Shampoo the hair twice a
week; again to remove excess oil.
— If your skin tans, arrange
time in the sun or under a
sunlamp as this can have a
positive effect. Exposures at all
times should be timed very
carefully.
— Obtain over-the-counter
medication in gel form that contains benzoyl peroxide. This
medication can help prevent the
formation of new lesions.
DON'T:
— Squeeze or pick pimples.
This could cause scars.
— Don't use oil-base makeup
or cosmetics.
Unless there is marked improvement in two weeks, the
family doctor should be consulted. There are other prescription medications available for
more serious cases.
This is Sound Health Advice
from the American Academy of
Family Physicians and your local
family physicians.
Seven varieties of grass
by Bob Waddell
SCS
In June, seven varieties of
grasses and forbs were seeded on
a 60-acre demonstration plot at
Hayes Mitchell's Alamito Ranch
south of Marfa.
The seed was furnished by the
SCS Plant Materials Center
located at Knox City, Texas, with
the exception ot Lehmann and
Weeping Lbvegrass, which were
furnished by Mitchell.
Also, six of the latest strains of
buffelgrass were seeded in
separate plots. This material was
furnished by Tommie Thompson
of the Agricultural Research Service at College Station.
GREMLINS *f
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success.
cause acne.
Acne happens from within the
body, not without. Setting the
process in motion is the male
hormone androgen, which is
produced by both males and
females during puberty. Males
produce androgen in greater
amounts, the result being acne in
males is generally more serious
than in females.
Androgen
stimulates
the
sebaceous glands of the hair
follicles to produce a fatty substance
known
as
sebum.
Blackheads, whiteheads, pimples
and other skin lesions occur when
the tubes from the hair follicles to
the outer skin become clogged or
blocked by sebum. When the skin
is functioning normally, sebum
keeps the skin soft and the hair
lustrous.
The "at home" treatment for
acne sufferers includes the
following dos and don'ts. In
most cases these will alleviate the
condition.
Special matintt
on Aug. II (Sat.) at 2:30
All Mats 11.50
We have lots of used
cars and trucks
That must be moved out
Coming Ftttures
Tht Junglt Book
Bachelor Party
MuppetlTafct Manhattan
Against All Odds
Conan - Tht Destroyer
Joys of Sex
Best Defense
Grandview U.S.A.
Also two driver education units
Car & truck demonstrators
PRICES LOWERED
Bargain Night
Aug. 9, Thursday
All Seats 11.50
Finance requirements lowered
Please call 837-5111
(for any schedule changes}
We take better cere of your car.
The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 9,1984 (9)
Letters to the editor
Dtar Mr. Ryan:
A few lines to let you know
how much I enjoy your paper,
each week I look forward to
receiving and reading it!
I once published a weekly
paper in the Rio Grande Valley,
while I was a school principal in
the Valley — I found it very interesting work\
You have a good paper. Oftentimes we have stayed in Marfa
during our vacation time either
going or coming from the
beautiful Big Bend (National)
Park.
I enjoy all of your articles and
also the glint and glitter of movie
making. I think that part of
Texas is scenic and beautiful. I
wish we could have seen the Mar-
fa Lights. I own a little acreage
on Highway 67 toward Presidio.
Let me know when my subscription runs out. I don't want
to miss any issues.
From the paper, you all have
received some rain and not very
much hot weather. We are in the
middle of a drouth — very little
rain, lots of 96-degree weather,
lots of humidity)
Thanks for keeping me posted
on God's country!
Sincerely,
JoeC. Moore, Ph.D.
Victoria, Texas
P.S. — I get your paper from
Marfa in 5-7 days. No fault of
you, but Uncle Sam's mail. I'm
saving each issue.
Obituaries
Fowlkes
Patricia Stewart Fowlkes, 64,
of Marfa, died Sunday in Hotel
Dieu Hospital, El Paso.
Funeral Mass was said Wednesday afternoon in St. Paul's
Episcopal Church with the Rev.
Bill Quick officiating. Burial was
in Marfa Cemetery under the
direction of Geeslin Funeral
Home.
She was born Aug. 25, 1919 in
Galveston. She attended Boll
High School and attended
Hockaday College in Dallas and
Wheatoa College in Illinois. As a
child, she spent the summers in
old Keesey home in Fort Davis.
She was married to J.M.
Fowlkes. She and her husband
ranched south of Marfa for many
years — one of the largest ranches in the United States, the
Fowlkes Bros. Ranch (or Big
Bend Ranch). Mrs. Fowlkes
moved to West Texas in 1937 and
had made her home in Marfa
since 1945, moving her from
Alpine. She was a long time supporter of 4-H Club and the
Future Farmers of America with
all six of Mrs. Fowlkes children
participating in agricultural
programs over a span of 35 years.
She was a member of St. Paul's
Episcopal - Guild and the
CowBelles.
Survivors
include
three
daughters, Marian Minniece of
Houston, Mrs. Tom Mattio of
Vail, Colo., and Mrs. Kenneth
Donley of San Antonio; three
sons, Clegg Fowlkes of Marfa,
J.M. Fowlkes Jr. of Pecos and
Marco Fowlkes of Houston; and
12 grandchildren.
Pallbearers were Pat Fowlkes,
Gene West, Hayes Mitchell Jr.,
Stewart Morris, Monroe Elms
and Frank Fowlkes.
Memorials may be made to St.
Pauls Episcopal Church, Friends
for Agriculture and the Diabetes
Foundation.
Roman
Juanita M. Roman, 83, of
, Marfa, died Sunday.
Funeral Mass was said Tuesday
afternoon
in San Pablo
Methodist Church. Burial was in
Merced Cemetery, under the
direction of Geeslin Funeral
Home.
She was born Jan. 29, 1901 inShatter.
Survivors include two daughters*
Lucia R. Ortiz of Fort Worth and
Lupita R. Mendias of Marfa; two
sonst Dr. Jose Roman Jr. of El
Paso and Reymundo Roman of
Austin; four sisters, Rebecca
Cota of San Francisco, Calif.,
Alice Morrissey of Daly City,
Calif., Estefana Epstern of San
Dimas, Calif, and Sara Garcia of
Phoenix, Ariz.; four brothers,
Braulio Medina of Ontario
Calif., Elias Medina of Chula
Vista, Calif., Robert Medina of
Daly City, Calif., and Juan Mendina of El Paso; 13 grandchildren; and six greatgrandchildren.
Pallbearers were Salvador
Roman,
Junie
Villarreal,
Amador
Chavez,
Juan
Dominguez, Jacob Mendias Sr.,
and Ben Sailler.
Don C.Brown
P.O. Box 1356
Van Horn, Texas 79855
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Dear Editor:
This might be a good time to
think again about an lifter*
national Big Bend Park extending
across the Rio Grande into the
Sierra del Carmen and environs.
Such a park would create many
jobs in Northern Mexico and
perhaps divert some of the northward trek of Mexicans seeking
employment north of the river.
Additional income from increased tourism is the area would
help the economy on both sides
of the border.
Although the government of
Mexico rejected the idea back in
the I930*s, President de La
Madrid might now be receptive to
such an idea.
Someone in the Marfa area
might want to take this idea and
run with it. It's an idea whose
time has come.
Sincerely,
Barron Kemp
Hempstead, Texas
To the Editor:
Individuals from minority and
disadvantaged groups have been
pushed into higher education by
schoolmen following egalitarian
and sentimental propaganda.
The universities have reduced
standards and inflated grades to
retain poorly qualified students.
The schools of education have
put more emphasis on attendance
than on performance and they
have introduced additional courses in trifling subjects. The
education departments of the universities have engaged in empire
building by retaining poor
students, adding non-essential
courses and reducing the number
of required courses in English,
mathematics and science.
As a result many holders of
education degrees lack the basic
skills of reading, writing, arithmetic and technology which the
citizens and the teachers of today
need.
In years past when statistics are
published, the departments of
English and mathematics set
reasonable standards and about
25 percent of the students
enrolled in departmental courses
failed. In the departments of
education there were no apparent
standards and only 2 percent of
the students failed; everyone who
attended regularly passed the
education courses.
The universities have failed to
separate those students who are
competent and qualified icHcach
from those who are not qualified
This situation has been observed
by many parents and by some
legislators. It has been customary
10 grant a teaching license to
those who have a degree in
education bui that practice must
cease and only those persons who
qualify by tests of their abilities
should be licensed.
Legislatures and school boards
must develop better laws, tests
and procedures which will ensure
that every teacher is qualified in
the three R's and in their teaching
field. They must eliminate poor
teachers and accept only those
new teachers who demonstrate
their knowledge and ability by
appropriate tests.
/s/William Burgett
El Paso
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Our opinion
bidden by law to service private a host of other judicial and adroads, even at a fee, so bending ministrative functions — many of
the rules was understandable. But them state-mandated — most of
changed about two years ago us don't think about.
Presidio citizens and city coun- that
passage of a state conWe at the Independent think
cil members had good reason to with
stitutional
amendment.
Now
counties should only be responchallenge County Judge-Charlie
small
counties
can
withdraw
from
sible for public roads. And as
W. Henderson when he lowered
the
illegal
freebie
system
without
Ms. Scudday observed, "I don't
the inevitable boom Friday night
the
risk
of
leaving
a
rancher
care how many times they say
and asked them to pay for literally stranded.
'public' If it's locked, it's not
Presidio streets.
Many
people
protest
that
the
public"
Fine, they said, since the law
only
benefit
they
receive
from
says so. But if we pay as we go, so county taxes is road maintenanWe hope Presidio County
should all those ranchers who ce. That simply isn't true. There's commissioners
show equal
have been granted free access to law enforciMT^m nf rnurse, and courage.
their shipping pens for decades,
courtesy of county crews and
equipment.
(Continued from Page 4)
Henderson explained that
custom, not law, had dictated
Regarding the need for a nevs
ranch road maintenance for 100 Health has been received, Harp
years on the helping-hand basis said, moving the city one step city headquarters, Councilman
of "who needed to get where;'* closer to being able to open the Carrasco commented that the
American Legion Hall, which
and that the law does provide new site for refuse.
Council members Friday also also houses City Hall, has lately
that any road regularly maintained by the county for 15 years unanimously approved an amen- come under "new restrictions"
may automatically be considered ded cause seeking condemnation from local Legionnaires.
of a site for construction of a new
"It seems they do not have the
county road.
That didn't seem to satisfy city hall. Harp sought the vote ex- guts, and I'm going to say it, to
plaining that prior approval in tell us they don't want us here,"
critics. Nor should it.
Fair is fair. Ranchers and June had erroneously excluded Carrasco declared vehemently,
newly incorporated Presidioans two smaller land parcels attached adding to a reporter, "Be sure to
who each complain about the to the 1.94-acre Douglas plot. state it in good, big letters."
He called the library situation
other's roads being maintained at Friday's vote took in a 25' x 90'
plot
belonging
to
Helen
Warren,
"a personal thing."
county expense will never have a
and
a
contiguous
plot
owned
by
Considered for a new City Hall
leg to stand on until both groups
P.D.
Anderson,
both
in
Tract
13.
site were the old Trans-Texas ofagree to comply with the law and
The
Douglas
land,
in
adjacent
fice, which Carrasco said has a
pay for their own roads.
Tract
12,
is
bounded
by
Sierra
bathroom but needs remodeling.
Henderson could make no
and
O'Reilly
streets.
He said also looked at the old
promises in Presidio regarding
Harp said the earlier omission Western Auto building located in
ranch roads, because his commissioners' court hasn't acted. required Friday's vote on a front of the Ocotillo Bar. That
But Henderson later said the technicality and that it would cost building measures about 60' x 50'
Presidioans had a valid point, more to have the two smaller> on the outside, has double inand he indicated he will approach plots deleted than to keep them sulation and commercial car.
peting, he said.
his commission in hopes of in.
establishing
a
"general
agreement" between county
commissioners and ranchers by
The best time in years to invest
which true county roads would be
in Marfa Reel Estate
officially designated, in writing.
The judge admitted it will be
"traumatic" to try to buck the
10 homes for sale
longstanding handshake system.
True, but the trail has already
2 and 3 bedrooms
been blazed close to home, in Jeff
$25,000-575,000
Davis County, where County
13*space mobile home park
Judge Ann Scudday and her
1 block of land
commissioners laid down the law
1 mobile home included
in about January 1983. Ranchers
$49,000
were required to declare in
writing whether a certain road
was public or private and, if the
latter, whether they desired to
Livingston Real Estate aad Insurance
pay for maintenance or not.
lOtW.Saa Aitoaio
Marfa, Texas 79*43
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County faces
rocky road
City
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Presidio. Tx., Case Number - DLS-
PUREBRED
BREEDERS 274-9230;
1976 Ford F-150 Pickup,
SYMPOSIUM SET AUG. 15-16 Vln:OneF15YUB55228
on'7-14-84 in
7-19-S4
Special notice
Van Horn, Tx., Case*Number - DLS274-9231;
One 1980 Ford Ranger Pickup,
The line-up of speakers for the Vin: F14GLHA3721 on 7-14-84 in
Purebred Breeders Symposium Van Hon, Tx., Case Number - DLSreads like a Who's Who in the 274-9232;
beef
cattle
production,
One 1981 Ford Bronco, Vin:
promotion and marketing in- 1FMEU15G7BLA01519 on 7*12-84
dustry.
in Presidio, Tx., Case Number • DLSTopics scheduled are geared to 274-9233;
today's and tomorrow's sucOne 1973 Chevrolet C-10 Pickup,
cessful beef producer, including Vin: CCY143S163294 on 7-15-84 in
purebred breeders and commer- Marfa, Tex., Case Number - DLScial cattlemen.
274-9234;
Scheduled for Aug. 15 and 16
One 1974 Dodge Dart, Vin:
in the Rudder Conference Center LL29G4G179510 on 7-16-84 in
at Texas A&M University, Presidio, Tex., Case Number - DLSBusiness
College Station, the symposium 274-9263;
has been organized by the Texas
One 1973 Pontiac Grandville. Vin:
opportunities
Agricultural Extension Service in 2P49Y3X156016 on 7-15-84 in
cooperation with Texas cattle Alpine. Tex.. Case Number - DLS- Montgomery Ward Catalog Sales
breeders
and 15 breed 274-9264; '
Agency for sale. Some inventory inassociations.
One 1982 Audi 4000. Vin: vestment required. Phone 729-3321
Dr. Randall Grooms, program WAUFA0814CA082010 on 7-18-84 9a.m.-5p.m. Mon.-Fri,
coordinator
and livestock in Alpine. Tex.. Case Number - DLS13-tfc
specialist with the Texas 274-9265;
Agricultural Extension Service,
One 1978 Chevrolet Pickup. Vin:
Own your own Jean-Sportswear,
Texas A&M University System, CCD148S126639 on 7-14-84 in Ladies Apparel, Combination, Acsays the program offers purebred VanHorn. Tex., Case Number • DLS- cessories, Large Si2e store. National
producers an opportunity to ,274-9266.
brands: Jordache. Chic, Lee, Levi,
learn the principles and ap- Any person desiring to place this Vanderbilt, Izod, Esprit, Brittania.
plications of population genetics. matter in the U.S. District Court Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan
The program also will concen- in order to contest the probable Picone. Clairborne, Members Only,
trate on the promotion, adver- cause, for such seizure, must file Organically Grown, Healthtex, 700
tising and marketing of purebred with the Chief Patrol Agent, U.S. others. $7,900 to $24,900. invenBorder Patrol. P.O. Box I, Marfa.
cattle, Grooms adds.
tory. ' airfare, training, fixtures,
Texas
79843.
a
claim
and
cost
bond
Activities on Aug. 15 will congrand opening, etc. Can open 15
of
$250.00
with
approved
sureties
centrate on the production and
days. Mr. Loughlin (612) 888-6555.
on
or
before
August
15.
1984.
performance phase of the
15-1tp
Otherwise, the property will be adpurebred operation.
The afternoon's session will ministratively forfeited pursuant to 8
delve into performance aspects of USC 1324(b) and win be disposed of
according to law. Interested parties
cattle production.
Roy Wallace will be on the may file petitions for remission or
Own a tieautifui children's
mitigation
of
forfeiture
with
the
Chief
program the second day to
shoo Offering the latest in
Patrol
Agent
pursuant
to.
8.
CFR
discuss "Pricing Cattle Accorfashions Health Tex. izod.
274.1-274.16.
without
filing
a
claim
ding to Performance." "MerLevi. Jordache. Lee. Chic.
and
cost
bond.
Buster Brown and many more.
chandising Purebred Beef CatFurniture and accessories, by
tle" will be the panel topic
/s-'Hugh J. Rushton
Gertie^
ana Noa-A-Way.
moderated by Charles Rollins,
Chief Patrol Agent
$14,900 includes inventory,
Fort Worth auctioneer.
Dated July 17, 1984
faimng.' fixtures, and grand
Jim Leachman of Leachman USBP-JULY26, AUG 2,9.1984
ooening promotions prestige
Cattle Co., Billings, Mont., will
PUBLIC NOTICE
put it all together with a talk enFashion's • 501-329-8327""""' '
CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF
titled, "When the Wind Blows, TEXAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION
53 ; ltD
Even Turkeys Can Fly."
• Sealed proposals for constructing. .
Cooperating breed associations .570 miles of-Gr.. Dram. Strs.. Flex.
include Angus, Beefmaster. Bs & 2 CST from O'Reilly St. to inBrahan, Brangus, Charolais, ternational Bridge in Presidio and A t .
Help uanted
Chianina, Hereford, Limousin, Rio Grande River International Bridge
Maih-Anjou, Polled Hereford, on Highway No. US 67. covered by F
Red Angus, Red Brangus, Santa 1131(2) & F 1131(4) in Presidio Full time housekeeper and child
Gertrudis, Shorthorn and Sim- County, will be received at the State .care. Must have references. Perter
somebody with no- family responmental.
Department of Highways and PublicRegistration information may Transportation, Austin, until 9:00' sibilities. Odessa 337-1411 on Monbe obtained from Dr. Dennis B. A.M.. August 2 1 , 1984. and then day, Wednesday and Friday between
11 a.m. and 12. Tuesday and WedHerd, 114 Kleberg Center, Texas publicly opened and read.
nesday between 3 and 4 p.m.A&M
University,
College
This contract is subject to all api8-2tcStation, 77843-2471 or from Dr. propriate Federal laws, including
Grooms, Drawer 38, Overton Title VI. of the Civil Rights Act of
Food preparation worker. Person
75684.
1964. -Plans and specifications inneeded part-time to help with food
cluding minimum wage rates as preparation, clean-up and other
provided by Law are available for in- general kitchen duties at McDonald
spection at the office of Glen L
Observatory. Good working conBeckner. Resident Engineer, Alpine.
ditions and excellent fringe benefits.
Texas, and at the State Department
Apply to Margaret Garza or CD.
of Highways and. Public TransporLaughlin at 426-3263. An Equal Optation . Austin, Texas
Bidding portunity and Affirmative Action Emproposals are to be requested from ployer.
the Construction Division, DC. Greer
.
• -19-2½
State Highway Building. 11th and
Brazos Streets, Austin. Texas
Position available medical recep7870J. Plans are available through
LET INDEPENDENT ADS commercial printers in Austin, tionist or insurance clerk, some
SELL FOR YOU
Texas, at the expense of the bidder. •. . bookkeeping experience. For information call Dr, Pennington 837-3328
Usual
rights
reserved
PUBLICATION POLICY
•or Doris McGowan 729-4351
HWY-AU6. 2, 9.1984
Publisher reservts right to edit or
18-2tc
rtject copy to comply witn policy of
PUBLIC NOTICE
Pipor.
FOR SALE by Presidio County .
I M 0 R S M d CORRECTIONS
In appreciation
Commissioner Precinct #2.
Corrections of errors by the
One 1961 Chevrolet Dump Truck •
newspaper may oe called in before 5
2 ton. "
p.m. Monday and win be corrected for
Words cannot adequately express
the following Thursday's publication.
Can.be inspected at the County our deep appreciation for the many
* ERRORS RESPONSIBILITY
yard at Presidio. Texas or by contackind and sympathetic acts that came
The Marfa independent does not
ting Commissioner Daniel Estrada.. to us at the time of our recent
assume any responsibility for an ad
Sale will be by sealed bid. Bids will be bereavement. Our heartfelt thanks to
beyond the cost of the ad itself. We are
accepted until 9:00A.M. August 27.
all who extended comforting symresponsible only for the first incorrect
1984. Bids will be opened at 10:00 pathy and helped in our sorrow. For
insertion of an ad. Advertisers are advised to check their ad immediately afA.M.' on August 27, 1984 at Comthe beautiful service, floral offerings
ter it appears in the paper and report'
missioners Court Room Marfa.
and other kindnesses, we are deeply
at once any error found Claims for
Texas.
The
Commissioners
Court
grateful. Special thanks to the
error adjustment must be made imreserves
the
right
to
refuse
any
and
mediately after ad is published
pallbearers. May God bless you all.
all
bids.
Send
bids
to:
Charlie
W.
The Family of
OMISSION Of ADS
Henderson,
Jr.
The Marfa independent shall not be
Maria Gonzales
liable for any damages or loss that
County Judge
19-1tp
might accrue from errors or omissions
P.O.Box 606
in advertisement ad printed in excess
Marfa, Texas 79843
of the amount charged therefor, in the
event of non-publication of copy furM Lscellane* > u s
Phone 915-729-4452
nished, no liability snail exist on the
PCJ-AUQ. 2, 9.1984
part of The Marfa independent except
For Sale: 60 Brahma Cross Heifers.
PUBLIC NOTICE
that no charges shall be made thereof.
Bid proposals are hereby solicited Average 6½ and 6V«. Running with
by Presidio County. Texas for two Brangus bulls. As good as you will
Automobiles
1985 model trucks. One each for the find. Call 817-968*6977,
'
19-1tc
Commissioner of Precinct #1 and the
1978 Pontiac Grand Lemans, 2-door,
all power, tilt wheel, air cond., Commissioner of Precinct #4.
Minimum specifications, for these Cattle for Sale: north of Sanderson.
gauges. 37,000 actual miles, only
115 Cross. Breed Heifers.. Vactrucks are as follows:
5000 miles on tires. V-8 305 engine.
cinated. Bred to black bulls, will
Year model: 1985
Good mileage. Extra clean. Excellent
Color: White
begin calving soon. Call John Davis
••cond car or college student.
Wheel base: 149 inch
512-683-5046 or Lindsay Davis 512$4,095. Cart Robinson after 5 p.m.
Engine: 350 Cubin inch V8
271-7070 or 512-366-1832. '>
729-4052.
Transmission: 4 speed syn19-2tc
19-TfC
chromesh with 6.55. 3.58 and
FOR SALE: 3 Jersey Hereford Heifers
1.70 ratios
Crosses. Will make excellent milk
PUIUC NOTICE
Rear Axel: 15000 lb. two speed
cows. Call 358^4465
The Presidio Independent School
Rear Springs: 170001b.
18-2tp
District, Presidio County, Texas, will ~ Spare Wheel: one
have a special called meeting at 7:30
Bids for these trucks will be acVacuum Cleaner Repairs - All
. p.m. Monday, August 20, 1984, in cepted until 9:00 A.M. August 27,
tt>e Presidio High School Library to 1984, Bids will be opened at 10:00 makes. Electrolux sales, free
demonstrations end service. Call
approve the official budget for the A.M. August 27, 1984. The Com1984-1985 school year.
missioners Court reserves the right Dadie or W.T. Potter. Alpine. 8372382.
WtD-AUQ.iand16.1964
to refuse any and all bids.
15-8tp.
Charlie W. Henderson, Jr.
1 V 1 U C NOTICE
County Judge
Notice is hereby, given that the
1981 Yamaha 650cc Maxim, with
listed conveyances were seized for
P.O. Box 606
fairing luggage rack, 1800 actual
vtoiatkm of 8 USC 1324(b).
Maria, Texas 79843
One 1979 Chrysler Lebaron, Vin:
Phone 915-729-4452 miles. Cell 229-3470.
16-tfc
FM41D96248812 on 7-18-84 In PCJ-AUQ. 2,9,1984
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Cash in Advance On ail Classified Advertising unless advertiser has established credit
with The Marfa Independent.
Rentals
Garage sales
For rent: Office space, 3 carpeted
rooms, heating and air conditioning.
729-4571.
3-tfc
Special notice
Happy Birthday '**'
Edna!
Sat., Aug, 11, 1984
Love, Oscar
Wanted to buy a copy of J. Linn's
book, Reminiscences of Fifty Years'
in Texas. Anna D. Linn. 802 East
Avenue B. Alpine, Texas 79830.
19-1tp
NEW BUSINESS: Davidson Appliance Repair Service. Most major brands, microwaves, washers, dryers,
dishwashers, sewing machines,
vacuum cleaners, refrigerators, window unit air conditioners, etc. 217
W. Lincoln. 729-3450.
17-4tp
ALCOHOLICOS ANONIMOS
Marfa Grupo Esperanza - los lunes
en la noche 8 p.m.. Sala de Conferencia, Marfa Housing Projects.
Para informacion llame 729-8173.
4-tfp
Porch Sale: Saturday 10 a.m.-3
p.m., Joe Torres res. 2 elephant
tables, clothes, blender and
miscellaneous items.
19-Itp
MARY KAY COSMETICS
Joyce Howard
Marfa, Texas
729-4415
D. HOWARD ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTOR
729-4415
2-tfc
Dr. Thomas L. Costs
Optometrist
Hill Building, Alpine, Texas
Hrs. 9 a . m . - 5 p.m.
Wed. & Sat. 9-12
PRESIDIO COUNTY
ABSTRACT CO.
Mrs. Ola Mae Renfroe
212 North Highland
729-4264 Merle
8 lots for sale. Phone 729-4574 after
5 p.m.
18-4tc
Yard Sale: children's clothes sizes
4-8, men's and women's clothes,
crib, stroller, toys, miscellaneous.
Joe Glenn Lujan res., Today and
Friday, I0a.m.-4:30p.m.
19-1tp
*
FOR SALE: Adobe home of Diamond
McSpadden, on % -block of land,
618 W. 4th in Marfa. Call Bill Bomar
in Bowie, Md., to submit bids: 301765-1680 until 5 p.m.. 301-2621637 at home.
18-2tc
Garage Sale: S e t u r ^ ' f t ' s V n i ^ r s
to ?., S. Summer St., Aguirre's res.
Misc., sewing machine, trombone,
also new items.
19-1tp
RANCH BRANCH
REAL ESTATE
Lost and found
LOST: Big black and white dog, part
sheepdog and labrador. Responds to
the name Ace. Call 729*4745 after 5
p.m. Reward.
19-1tp
Automobiles
Real estate
MARFA
LODGE 596
Meet Second Thursday
Each Month 6 p.m.
Supper at 7 p.m.
Practice each Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
5 acres in Limpia Crossing in the
Davis Mountains, 7 miles N.W. of
Fort Davis off Hwy. 118. New section
now open. Beautiful oak trees. Some
creek frontage. From $500 down and
$90/month. Call 1-800-592-4806 or
1-915-426-3817.
16-4tc
Garage Sale: Today, Friday, 9-5,
Licha Lujan res.
19-1tp
1979 Ford %-ton van. PS, tilt,
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
cruise, air, mechanically excellent.
Marfa Alamito Group - Tuesday
AM-FM tape, fully carpeted. $4,000.
night. 8 p.m., Friday night, 8 p.m. Call anytime after 5 p.m., 729-3217.
For information call 729-8173.
18-2tp
4-tfp
Anna
from Mom &Dad9
.brothers & sisters]
2 acres with water and electricity in
Fort Davis. Call 1-800-592-4806 or
1-915-426-3817,
16-4tC
Garage Sale: Jesus Prieto res.,
Saturday 9 a.m.-4 p.m., 914 El Paso
St.
19-1tp
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
^
1971 Toyota Corona Mark II. Needs
Fort Davis End of the Road Group.
motor repair, rest in good shape.
Sunday and Wednesday nights. 8
Best offer. 729-3460.
p.m.. 426-3857. or426-3456.
18-2tc
2-tfp
\Happy Birthday
Real estate
Newer home for sale
by owner
3-bedroom, 2-bath brick w/attached double garage. Drapes
throughout. Covered patio and
cement block wail in back. Attractive landscaping includes
pecan trees. Shown by appointment.
Cell MoMn Heck
729-4989
504 N. Highland
19-2t0
FOR SALE: Economy and Ft. D.A.
Russell Laundromats. Contact Chon
Prieto.
12-tfc
AH of lots "r*8rV"To7"Biock"55"
original town of Marfa, two buildings
existing on property located at 417
West San Antonio. Call First Savings
& Loan Association at 729-4311.
3-tfc
Maxine Mitchell, Broker
East Wing, Federal
Land Bank Bldg.
915-729-4281
FOR SALE: 8-rm. house on Austin
St., close to schools, $26,000,
pecan trees. Call Cone or Mary Garcia, 729-4557.
11-tfc
.•(•..»........,...»t.,...„M,UHai„a.
Extra nice mobile home, 2-bedroom,
2-bath, front kitchen in Marfa. Very
low equity and assume payment
$197 per month for 5 years 15¾
apr. Call Jim Stanford collect 915333-4595.
11-tfc
Beautiful 2-bedroom, 2-bath home,
some furniture. Call 729-3492.
10-tfc
in Fort Davis: 2,*3.TandYbedroom
houses; lots; 1 acre suitable for
mobile home. Around Fort Davis:
small restricted acreage; ranches;
irrigated farms; producing vineyard.
Financing. Kimball Miller Real
Estate. Box 835, Fort Davis, TX
79734.915-426-3933.
18-tfc
For Sale or lease: 3-bedroom house.
Excellent location, well, tank, trees,
good fences, sheds, pens. On golf;
course road. Bell Harris, ph. 505394-2702, Box 595, Eunice. N.M.
88231.
19-4tp;
For Sale: 3-bedroom, 1-bath home. :
Carpeted, fenced backyard, work
shop. Very good condition. Located
at 107 E 1st. Call 729-4512 after 5
p.m.
19-3tc
PRESIDIO VALLEY REALTY
City Prescription Pharmacy building
in Marfa f o * sale or lease. Krista
Ackerman, 817-458-7785 or Rt. 1 ,
Box 278, Sanger, TX 76226.
45-tfc
20 acre parcels of land for sale between Marfa and Fort Davis, ideal
home sites. Call 426-3812 or 4263891.
3-tfc
I
Proridio
Lee home for sale: 3-bedroom
house on Vz-acre in town.
Trees, shrubs, fenced, well
and city water.
Downtown Trailer Park, convenient location, all hookups,
bathhouse, shaded quiet area.
Well located commercial lots
on O'Reilly-cash.
P.O. Box 1145 Hwy. 67 North
Presidio, Texas 79845
915-229-3789
CARPENTER REALTY
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603 North M a m St
f t Stockton
Phones 336 6711
or 336 3662
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915-729-4992
Box 486
Marfa. Texas 79843
Harry or John Carpenter
915-837-3762
Box 25
Alpine, Texas 79830
MARFA HOMES
3-bedroom, 2-bath house with kitchen, dining room, living room,
utility room on 3 lots.
181,000.00
3-bdrm., 2-bath, kitchen w/breakfast room, dining room, living
room, utility room w/1-cer garage on extra large corner tor •
evwiWw*iw
4-bedroom, 3-bath. kitchen/family room combined, living room and
dining room, library, completely repainted. Situated on 6 lots, ex
cedent location.
3-bedroom, 2-bath, living room, kitchen and dining combined
Situated on 1 acre. Call for appointment.
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"PORTER . MURFF - Mr.
Leslie S. Porter arid Miss Mae
Murff were quitely (sic) married
at six o'clock Wednesday eve at
Miss Josephine Howard's, Rev.
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Marfa, Texas
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Raby, Methodist Minister performing the ceremony in the
presence of a few friends. The
bride wore a beautiful tailored
suit of grey with accessories to
match. Miss Murff was one of
the popular young teachers of the
Hill School the past term. Mr.
Porter is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
A.M. Porter, a prominent and
wealthy family of Marfa."
The problems 63 years ago
were much the same as they are
today; dogs in the streets, hot
check artists. The U.S. Shipping
Board, Washington, D.C., advertised in The New Era, 'inporters, exporters/travelers — snip
and sail under the Stars and
Stripes. There are today few ports in the world of importance to
shippers or travelers, which cannot be reached by ships that sail
under the Stars and Stripes.
"President Harding has said
that, 'We cannot sell successfully
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once almost vanished is again an
established and important carrier
for the world's commerce."
"PAY MORE FOR LUXURY
THAN FOR TEACHERS Arizona (gives) the highest
average salary to its high school
teachers of any state in the union,
according (sic) to figures compiled by P.C. Claxton, United
States
commissioner
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salary of $1472. (That is per year,
readers.—PG) The next highest is
that of California, $1454. District
of Columbia pays an average of
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that appears in favor of the
school teachers of this country is
almost universal immunity from
income tax.
"The average salary of all
teachers of the country is only
$635, according to*his report.
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teachers is $1099.
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good advantage compared with
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average is raised slightly more they get more than city teachers,
than $100. Arkansas an average Mr. Claxton suggests there may
of $387.
have been some error in
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the most neglected, according to average of $210 a year to its rural
Mr. Claxton's statement. Only in teachers. The average throughout
two states do they get an average the nation is $479 a year."
of $1000, and they are two in- The good old days?
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Mlmms is AHA chairperson
Fort Davis State Bank
The People to People
Bank
MEMBER FDIC
426-3211
The
American
Heart
Association has announced the
reappointment of Mrs, George
(Audrey) Mimms as the 1984-85
memorial
chairperson
for
Presidio County.
Mrs. Mimms has served as
chairperson of the AHA
Memorial Program since 1976.
Through
the
program,
business, clubs or individuals
may honor friends, relatives or
associates who have died of heart
attacks or strokes by making a
memorial gift to the American
Heart Association. The con-
tribution pays for research that
may help others who have these
dreaded diseases and save more
lives, said Diane Proud, regional
director in El Paso.
When Mrs. Mimms receives
these gifts, she mails an
acknowledgment card to the
family of the person being
memorialized.
The people
of Presidio County
M
may give the gift of life" by
calling Mrs. Mimms, or by taking
it by her home at 217 East
Columbia in Marfa.
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AT&T Communications has fHad with tha Public Utility
Commission (PUC) of Taxas to introduce a naw intrastate,
optional long distsnea service to begin August 1,1BS4, the
seme date"Resell Out® America" plsn will he available for
interstate calls.*
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6%
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Financing
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A new service designed to give customers the opportunity to reduce the
cost of long distance in Texas has been filed with the state PUC by AT&T
Communications of the Southwest, Inc.
"Reach Out* Texas" is an optional calling plan which will provide additional discounts on long distance rates for Texas customers who frequently
place calls in the evening, weekend, and night time calling periods.
The new "Reach Out* Texas" plan for the first time extends the benefits
of competition to many Texas consumers who previously have not had any
discounted long distance service available to them.
AT&T Communications customers who choose this new optional service
will pay a monthly charge of $14 which entitles them to one hour of intrastate
"Direct Dialed" (1 + ) calling during the weekend and night rate period.
An additional customer savings for those participating in the plan will be
that any Direct Dialed calls placed during the weekend and night rate
period that exceeds the one hour period will be charged at an hourly rate of
$12, or $ .20 per minute.
Customers selecting this option also receive an additional 15 percent
discount for intrastate Direct Dialed calls during the evening discount rate
period for a total savings of approximately 38 percent.
A one-time charge of $6 is billed when a customer orders the "Reach
Out* Texas'1 plan. The $8 is collected by AT&T Communications and paid to
the local telephone company to establish the service. This charge will be
waived during the first BO days that the offering is available.
AT&T Communications is proud to offer this optional service for its
Texas long distance customers and will in the future continue to introduce
cost cutting programs to help Texans reduce their long distance bills.
A complete copy of the "Reach Out® Texas" tariff and rate schedule is on
file with the Texas Public Utility Commission at Austin, Texas.
AT&T Communications estimates that the revenue impact of this new service would be significantly less than 2.5 percent of annual gross revenues.
Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible. A request to
intervene or participate or for further information should be mailed to the
Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite
400N, Austin, Texas 7B757. Further information also may be obtained by
calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at (512)
4SB0223 or (512) 4564227, or (512) 4554)221, teletypewriter for the deaf.
'Customer billing for th$ option*! ailing plan mill bo pro¥tdod tor AHT
Commun/cef/ofls through hilling eontr§et$ with tho /oca/ totophono componloi. Thoroforo, th§ introduction of thoto roto plon$ Into a ipoettio ante
1$ contingent upon loool company billing eopabilltioo. Southwtttom Boll
Tolophono Company haa agraad to handlo tha billing in Ita aorvloo aroaa of*
tactiva Auguat 1,1994.
AT*T
Communications

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