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VOL. 54 NO. 19
AUGUST 6,1987
School to start Sept. 1
If you plan on having a booth
at the Marfa Lights Festival, better get on the stick and get it done
by 5 p.m. Friday, Aug. 7. Please
observe this deadline and get
your S10 fee paid to Brian Star-ckc at Foxworth<ialbralthrL~umber Co. After the deadline, the
remaining booths will be sold out
of town.
•0&AThe Friends of the Marfa
Public Library have a very important meeting this morning at
10 a.m. in the Gervasi Room of
the library. All members and
those interested in the library
should attend.
•O&AThe reunion for the 1972 Class
of Marfa High School slated this
Saturday has been canceled.
Evidently there was not enough
interest to get a reunion going.
•O&ADon't fret. The Class of 1972 is
going to have a party and dance
Sat., Sept. 5 at the Marfa Activity Building.
•O&AThe thermometer climbed into
the 90's on Monday and Tuesday
of this week after being in the
80's the past couple of weeks!
MHS break-in
under-investigatioi
Entrance to the Marfa High
School was forced sometime last
weekend when someone broke a
window in a classroom in the northeast corner of the building
The intruder was evidently cut
by glass and left a trail of blood
spots in the building.
"Each classroom was entered
apparently looking for money,"
Harold Steele, school principal
said.
The door to Mrs. Jim Everett's
office was broken to gain entrance.
"Very little money is left in the
building, just a small Coke fund,
but we could find no money or
anything else missing," Steele
said. .
.---. The emergency shower in the
Science Department was evidently used to wash away blood.
"A policy of the Marfa 1SD is
to offer a $250 reward.for information leading to the arrest and
conviction of anyone vandalizing
school property," Steele said.
SRSU to honor
Blocker, May
Sul Ross State University will
honor the late Dan Blocker of
"Bonanza" fame and Harley
May, world champion rodeo
cowboy, as Distinguished Alumni
in noon ceremonies this Saturday
at Kokernot Lodge.
The
SRSU
Ex-Student
Association
will
present
Distinguished Alumni Awards to
Mrs. Dan Blocker and her family
and to May. The ceremony is in
conjunction
with. ' Alpine
High
School's
1940-1950
reunion. A barbecue hosted by
Sul Rots and Alpine exes will
follow the presentations.
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Sophomore students will
The Marfa schools will start
registration for the 1987 Fall register from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
and freshmen students .will
Semester on Monday, August 24.
register from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Marfa Junior High and
high school registration will
Elementary students will register beAll
in the auditorium.
that day from 9 a.m. to 12 noon.
Teachers will meet Tuesday,
—If the student is going tcrbeDUt
Aug. 25 at MISD for In-Service.
of town on that day, please notify They
will also meet Wednesday,
the Junior High and Elementary Aug. 26
and Thursday, Aug. 27
office at 729-4602.
for the 588 Co-Op inservice in
The Marfa High School faculty Marfa.
will meet from 9 a.m. to lO.a.m.
Teachers will have workdays
at Marfa High School on that Friday,
Aug. 28 and Monday,
Monday.
Aug. 31.
Senior students will register • The first school day will be
-fronrlO^aiinTTo 11 a.m. and— Tuesday, Sept. l. rne school will
junior students will register from observe Labor Day on Sept. 7
11 a.m. to 12 noon.
with a holiday.
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Rep. Harrison reviews
appropriations, revenues
Beginning in early 1986, the
state was experiencing a considerable shortfall in- its budget.
This was because of severe reductions in oil prices. Finding a plan
to solve that budget crisis has
been an on-going project for the
Legislature since that time.
Last September, a temporary
increase in the sales tax and
motor-fuels tax was • administered, along with cuts to the
1987 fiscal year budget, to adjust
to the state's shortfall in
revenues. However, the 1988-89
biennium budget plan was facing
the Legislature in January 1987.
From January to July 1987, the
Legislature worked to develop a
balanced budget to operate the
state adequately with increases in
state revenues to meet that.
_budgcL During the second called
session of the Legislature, and
after considerable debate and
compromise, a S38.3 billion appropriations bill was passed and a
$5.7 billion revenue and tax bill
was passed.
—Th<£—appropriations—billrepresents only a 4 percent increase above the 1987 biennial
operating level of funding. It is a
bare bones bill that was agreed to
by the House and Senate. The
final version reflected a $1 billion
reduction from the proposed
Senate version and a reduction of
$205.7 million from the House
version.
For three days, during the
special session, the House
debated and tried to reduce the
budget, however, only $20
million was cut. The budgets of
24 agencies were reduced, while
four agencies were consolidated
and three others were eliminated.
Those eliminated included the
Texas Sesquicentennial Commission, the Governor's Commission on Physical Fitness, and
the Good Neighbor Commission.
Merged into the new Texas
Department of Commerce were
the Texas Tourist Development
Agency, the Texas Economic
Development Commission, and.
the Texas Department of Community Affairs. The Texas
Amusement Machine Commission was consolidated with
the comptroller's office.
The governor has until midnight August 10. 1987, to act on
the budget. The Texas Constitution gives the governor lineitem veto power over appropriations bills, however, no
indications have been made to tell
if there will be any line-item
vetoes.
Over 50 percent of the state
revenue gains will be from the increase in the sales tax to 6 percent
from 5.25 percent, effective October 1. 1987. The sales tax was
broadened to include certain ser-
state telephone calls, custom
computer programs, food sold
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from vending machines, and cer- *>"nmy Lujan is taken for treatment by City-County Ambulance personnel following an accident
as
tain leases are taxed. However, 'lost
' control.
Saturday at Columbia and Dean Streets in Marfa. Lujan was riding a motorcycle when he
automobile repair and main-
tenance services would not be
taxed.
Other increases were in the
corporate franchise tax for two
years to $6.70 per $1,000 of
caphaLT the cigarette tax to-26
cents per pack, the hotel-motel
occupancy tax to 6 percent, and
the motor vehicle sales tax to 6
percent. ATso- a new sales-tax
permit fee of $25 per year will be
charged that will generate over
$15 million in new state revenue.
Professional annual fees and
taxes will be paid by certain
professionals, such as accountants, engineers, dentists, real estate
brokers,
attorneys
and
veterinarians. The amount is
$110, of which $27.50 will.go to
the Foundation School Fund and
$82.50 will be deposited in the
General Revenue Fund. This is
only for two years.
— T h e motor fuels tax will
remain at 15 cents per gallon and
is expected to generate a total of
$896.5 million in new revenue
over the 1988-89 biennium.
With the new tax bill in effect,
the comptroller's office predicted
the state would rank 46th in the
percentage of income spent on
state taxes and 43rd in per capita
state taxes.
Some consider this tax package
passed to be a short-term solution
since our state's budget is still
based heavily' on the oil and
agriculture industries. During the
interim, a 13-member Select
Committee on Tax Equity will be
studying options to overhaul the
state's tax system and prepare
recommendations for the 71st
Legislature.
Waste disposal site cancelled
Because of last minute cern of the El Paso County
legislation which was passed dur- government," Jacobi said. "The
ing the closing days of the site in Hudspeth County will not
Special Legislative Session, a new impact EI Paso. It will, however,
state-wide search for a low-level have some very positive economic
radioactive waste -disposal site benefits on Hudspeth county,
has been cancelled — at least for including 40 permanent jobs, an
the immediate* future. "This annual- payroll of almost $2
legislation is an important step, million, an opeating budget of
towards locating the disposal $2.5 million, and grants to the
facility on the most suitable site local governments of $400,000 or
available to us," explained Rick more annually."-The Authority
Jacobi, General Manager of the was directed this year by the
Texas Low-Level Radioactive JLegjsjauij^jo_giye_pteference-to
Waste Disposal Authority. The local businesses for equipment
potential site is located ap- and supplies and to hire from the
proximately 40 miles southeast of local
communities to fill
El Paso on state-owned land in positions at the site.
Hudspeth County.
The Hudspeth County site was
Senate Bill 62, which w « <pnn. selected became it meets the
sored by Senator Judith Zaffirini federal and state criteria for.
(D-Laredo), directs the Authority siting a low-level radioactive
to give perference to state-owned waste disposal facility, including
land in its search for a disposal groundwater that is more than
site, and compels the General 500 feet deep, excellent soil conLand Office or the University of ditions, small annual rainfall and
Texas to transfer the land to the sparse population.
Authority. The General Land Office oversees almost one million
Last June, the Authority anacres of state-owned land while nounced plans to begin a new
the University of Texas oversees statewide site search after the
more than two million acres. Ad- Texas General Land Office chose
ditionally, the bill provides for not to transfer the Hudspeth
stricter controls and safeguards County site to the Authority for
irrthe operation of the site.
use as a disposal facility. Attempts to pass legislation directing
The site selection process is transfer of the site died in the
currently being held up by a law closing hours of the 70th
suit filed by El Paso County, Legislative Session when Senator
which borders Hudspeth County Tati Santiesteban (D-El Paso)
to the west. The suit is seeking to threatened a filibuster against the
prevent the selection of the Hud- bill.
speth County site.
"I can't understand the con-
Immunization clinic
slated
Two arrested ,
Parents are reminded of the for theft
Immunization Clinic, Tuesday,
Aug. 18 from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m.
at the Public Health Clinic, 101
N. Mesa in Marfa at Marfa Activity Center.
Children may receive immunizations against diptheria,
tetanus, whooping cough,
measles, mumps, rubella and
polio.
Immunizations must be up to
date before your children start
school.
, Adults wishing to receive their
tetanus booster may also attend
the clinic.
For more information, please
call 7294275.
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The City of Alpine will honor
Sul Ross State UniversitylrTday
with 10 a.m. ceremonies at City
Hall.
"Alpine as well as this entire
area of West Texas recognizes tne
importance of Sul Ros.s," Alpine
Mayor Paul Pierce said. "The
university is our sole source of
higher education, it is the
primary source for cultural activities for the region, and it is the
economic base for Alpine and the
area."
In honor of the university, the
City Council changed the name
of Avenue D to Sul Ross Avenue,
changed the colors of.the street
signs to grey letters on a scarlet,
background and designated
Friday as Sul Ross recognition
day. The first new street sign will •
be unveiled during Friday's activities.
In addition to city and
university officials. State Senator
Bill Sims of San Angelo and
Representative Dudley Harrison
of Sanderson are scheduled to
snenk.
a
^ a S S S : 22nd
SRSU production to end
The 22nd summer season of mances is 9 a.m. at the Kokernot
dscape and lawn services, non
residential
repair
and
remodeling, janitorial and
cleaning services, restaurant
utilities, structural pest control,
land surveying, and insurance
services. Also local basic exchange telephone service, inter-
the Sul Ross State University
Theatre of the Big Bend comes to
a close this weekend with performances of "Annie" Friday
and Sunday and "Lily, the
Felon's Daughter" Saturday.
Curtain time for all perfor-
Low-level radioactive waste is
produced by hospitals, universities, oil field service operations,
and nuclear power plants. Texas
will produce more than 30.000
cubic feet uf these wastes tnis
year. By 1992, the volume is
predicted to increase to almost
100,000 cubic feet per year. If the
supercolliding super conductor is
built near Dallas, an additional
30,000 cubic feet would be
produced each year in the state.
"Only low-level radioactive
waste will be disposed of at the
site," Jacobi explained. "This
waste is composed of ordinary
items, such as gloves, metal
products, coveralls, resins, tools,
and paper which have come-incontact
with ' radioactive
materials. Low-level radioactive
waste does not include spent
nuclear fuel or high-level radioactive waste products from fuel
reprocessing plants."
City of Alpine to honor
Sul Ross Friday
Local officers have arrested a
Marfa man and a juvenile in
connection with a theft last Wednesday from a storeroom at
.Christopher's between 3 p.m.
and 4 p.m.
Joe Luis Baltazar and the
juvenile were apprehended
following the theft of a stereo
and a pair of pants.
Baltazar was arraigned before
Justice of the Peace Richard
Elmendorf who set bond at
$20,000. Baltazar is in Presidio
County Jail.
The juvenile was turned over
to Juvenile Officer Carlos Leal.
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The enabling legislation subsequently passed in the Special
Session will help the state avoid
millions of dollars in penalties
which could be-imposed if the
state
misses
federally-set"
deadlines. "Each state has been
directed to operate its own lowlevel disposal facility by Jan. 1,
1993,"
Jacobi
explained.
"Failure to meet this deadline
could cost the_ state-as-mucTT as
$35 million in penalties."
Outdoor Theatre.
, General admission is S3 for the
-musical and $2 for "Lily." Sul
Ross students and faculty/staff
members with activity cards are
admitted free.
Other.statc officials planning
to attend include Bill Webb,
deputy commissioner of the
Coordinating
Board, Texas
College and University System,
and Frank Morgan, deputy
commissioner
for
land
management in the General Land
Office.
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Members of the Board ot
Regents, Texas State University
System, planning to attend include Ruben Escobedo, chairman
of the board, and Jeff Wentworth, both of San Antonio, and
Norman Elder of Del Rio. Lamar
Urbanoysky, executive director
of the board, will also attend.
Following the ceremonies,, the
City of Alpine will host a reception. .
Sul Ross has scheduled a reception in the Student Center and
an open house for the campus
from 1:30 through 3:30 p.m.
Anyone interested can take a
walking tour of the campus and
facilities. Vuns will be available
- for diK inn lours.
ifil) The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend ScntJod, Mtrfa, Tcuu, August 6, 1987
2%«? Presidio Voice
USDA requests comments on grains program
'? The- U.S. Department of Target prices for sorghum and
"Agriculture is seeking public oats — and barley, if designated
^comment on the percent of the — will be set in relationship to
r.kcreage limitation requirement the corn target price.
and other provisions of the 1988
— Whether an optional land
''•feed grains program, which must diversion program should be
•toe announced by Sept. 30, said established and, if so, the percenMilton Hertz, executive vice tage of diversion and the
president of USDA's Commodity payment rate.
— If a marketing loan program
Credit Corporation.
Hertz said these comments, as is implemented, whether the inwell as current data on U.S. and ventory reduction program
, .world crop conditions and the should be in effect.
^.'supply and Demand outlook, will
— Whether all or a portion of
be considered ' before final the deficiency or . diversion
payments should be made in the
-.decisions are made.
..; USDA requests comments on form of commodity certificates.
:»Jlhe following:
-- Provisions of the farmer'•., — The percentage reduction owned reserve program.
— Whether a feed grains ex.under an acreage limitation
[.program. .Since 1987 crop corn port certificate program should
carryout is expected to exceed 2 be implemented.
— Whether barley should be
billion bushels, the-minimum,
percentage reduction level is 12.S determined eligible for payments.
percent and the maximum is 20 — Whether malting barley
should be exempt from an
percent.
... — The loan and purchase level. acreage limitation program.
— Whether loans and pur.'.The basic loan level for corn can"not be set lower than $2.17 per chases should be available to
..bushel. Later it may be adjusted producers who cut their corn for
.7clown to $1.74 per bushel to silage.
"maintain competitiveness. The
— Cost reduction options.
,;lnan lr»fh for-«>rs h " m T-™ tt v-Other related subf
.,'. barley and rye will be set by Hertz also said USDA requests
^'taking into consideration their comments on the establishment
reeding, value in relationship to of county loan rates, commodity
eligibility,
premiums and
icorn.
' f.... — Whether a marketing loan discounts and other provisions
,'program with related provisions necessary to carry out a loan and
purchase program for feed
should be implemented.
,,. — The established "target" grains.
:,price. The minimum target price
Further'details on the proposal
\ f o r corn is $2.97 per bushel. were published in the July 16
John B. Hemphill
Attorney-at-Law
102 West El Paso
Marfa, Texas
(915)729-4386
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Comments must be received by
Aug. 31. Send comments to
Director, Commodity Analysis
Division, USDA/ASCS, Room
3741-S, P.O. Box 2415,
Washington, D.C. 20013. A
preliminary regulatory impact
analysis on the 1988 feed grains
program options may be obtained by writing to the same address.
All comments will be available
for public inspection in Room
3748-S during regular business
hours.
BBNP chief ranger appointed
superintendent in Utah
Former Presidioan indicted
A former Presidio County constable has been indicted by a
federal grand jury in Pecos on
four counts of making false
statements to acquire a firearm
and with receiving a firearm in interstate commerce.
Flavio Estrada, 62, of
Presidio, is charged with making
statements to Barn Sporting
Goods of Presidio on April 8,
1985, and Feb. 4, 1986, that he
had not been convicted of a
felony crime in order to deceive a
licensed firearms dealer.
According to the indictment,
Estrada, who had been convicted
of a felony, received afirearmon
each of those dates. Both were
Martin (Marty) C. Ott, Chief
"Big Bend has been a highlight
Ranger at Big Bend National of my career," Ott said. "I take
Park, has been appointed
Superintendent of Capitol Reef with me many fond memories of
National Park at Torrey, Utah. this place and of the friends I
He will enter on duty at the leave behind."
270,000 acrea park Aug. 16, according to Jim Carrico, Superintendent of Big Bend.
Ott, 40, a native of Panguitch,
Utah, is a graduate of Utah State
University with a degree'in outdoor recreation. He began his
"West Texas is dry when it some well-researched opinions judge in West Texas is a minor
park service career in 1969 as a comes to rainfall but wet when it about the people of the Lone Star honor," says Reavis. "But in
seasonal ranger at Bryce Canyon comes to liquor. East Texas is State.
East Texas, if a man serves one
National Park. In 1972, he wet with rain but dry of alcohol.
"Concerning religion, West term on the county bench, he's
received a full-time appointment And while West Texans eat their Texans are either Baptist or called Judge for the rest of his
as a park ranger at Fire Island barbecue dry, East Texans Catholic. But East Texans are life. Most counties in West Texas
National Seashore in New York. smother it in sauce.''
either Baptist or Baptist. Overall, don't have constables at all. And
Subsequent trantfers-took-htm-to- -Such-are-the-observations-of1—West-Texans-are-more-matter-of- -in4he«ountiesThatddhavetr
Delaware Water Gap National Texas Monthly senior editor Dick fact and very blunt. They don't the constables are just assistants
Recreation Area, Pennsylvania; J. Reavis concerning some the waste words. But East Texans to the sheriff and the courts.
Theodore Roosevelt National differences between east and west will talk your ear off on just Their principal job is delivering
Park, North Dakota; and Olym- in Texas. Reavis has driven more about any subject. They're more civil papers. In East Texas, conpic National Park, Washington than 50,000 miles of state high- conscious of social mores too."
stables make arrests, patrol trafbefore coming to Big Bend in ways that have taken him from
Reavis sees these differences as fic, and generally enforce the
1983.
Brownsville to El Paso to
uite natural considering the law, but nobody trusts them.
PRESIDIO WEATHER
Texarkana. His wanderings are
isparities in population between Lawmen are watched very closely
all a part of the National TounSf East and West Texas.You can in East Texas because everyone
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a journey that began at drive a hundred miles through figures they're the ones who are
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Cotton
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New
Year's
Day 1987 and will ber of human beings you see on
More stories about the people
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eventually
cover
every
inch
of
one
hand.
But
you
can't
go
a
and
places Reavis has seen during
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highway in the state before retur- hundred in most East Texas the National Tour of Texas are
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ning to the Cotton Bowl on Jan; towns without.seeing at least as recorded in his columns for
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many people, and even the TEXAS MONTHLY. Now in its
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Reavis is driving a Chevrolet region's rural areas are heavily fifteenth year of publication,
The high to date for the month of
TEXAS MONTHLY has a paid
Suburban, which was dubbed the settled.
July was 113 on the 4th.
Reavis has also been observing circulation of 280,000 and is read
The low to date for the month of National Car of Texas by
July was 68 on the 15th, 16th, TEXAS MONTHLY last year, lawmakers both east and west by more than one million people
and he is writing monthly colum- during his trip. "Becoming a each month.
&17th.
Weather information is supplied ns for the magazine describing
by the Presidio office of theU.S. .the. people, ajtf jtfaces he^sees
Boundary and Water Com- along the way. Now halfway Students can apply for Community
through his trek, Reavis stopped
mission.
for a while in a northeast Texas Development Work Study Program
La Quinta Inn to share his firMinority students in the West tract a greater number of
sthand observations of Texans Texas-Southern
New Mexico minority men and women to
on either side ofThe state.
region can now apply through the careers in state and local com'
"The economy is a topic of West Texas Council of Goverand economic develop
discussion everywhere," says nments for the Community munity
ment."
Reavis, "but for varying reasons. Development
Work
Study-In-the-west-it-'s the-decline of the Program.
Stullems~will-be-selected-onoil industry and the devaluation
financial need, interest in and
The
program,
sponsored
by
the
of the Mexican peso. But in the Department of Housing and Ur- commitment to a career in comforests of East Texas, where the
development, insight to
Development (HUD), is munity
lumber business is so important, ban
low-income
and minority conto help minority and cerns in urban
the decline in the home-building designed
areas, academic
low-income students get post- ability and professinal
industry is what's hurt the graduate
potential.
degrees in community
They
must
also
be
citlici
a U.S."
region.
development.
citizen
or
registered
permanent
The most amusing differences andIt economic
will allow the graduate alien in the U.S.
Reavis has recorded have to do students
to spend two full
with the people. Having talked academic years
money awarded will be used
at UT El Paso, forThestipends,
with hundreds of Texans over the New Mexico State
tuition support,
University
or
last six months, the TEXAS Sul Ross State University, while tutoring, books and an adMONTHLY writer has developed giving them the chance to work ministration allowance.
Students who complete the
with local agencies involved in program
will be committed to
Community Development Block work,
for
a
minimum of two conFree trees to be
Grant (CDBG) or Urban secutive years,
for a state, local
Development Action Grant government or non-profit
given by foundation (UDAG)
agency
programs.
funded
by
CDBG
or
UDAG
HUD secretary, Samuel R. monies. Students who don't
The National Arbor Day
LUMBER SPECIALS
Foundation is giving 10 free trees Pierce^ says "Our goal is to complete either the academic or
W t carry • oomptoto lliw
to each person who becomes a enhance the professional leader- work component can be required
of lumbar forth*
Foundation nember during ship abilities of these students, to repay the educational cost.
dofryouraiHtr or for lorgo
while enriching their understanAugust, 1987.
construction proftcts
For more information, contact
The free trees are part of the ding of urban and economic
the West Texas Council of
Foundation's effort to promote development programs.
"It's also an opportunity to at- Governments at (915) 533-0998.
tree . planting
throughout
America.
A Colorado Blue Spruce,
50
White Flowering Dogwood, Pin
RoN
Oak, White Pine, Red Maple,
Birch, American Redbud, Silver
Choose from iny color in stock
Maple, Red Oak, and Sugar
Maple tree will be given to mem90 Lb.
bers joining during August. The
six-to-twelve inch trees will be
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according to the Foundation.
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The National Arbor Day
year in P'fMdio. left jmis and Brewster counties; $12.62 in other Texas
Treated Posts
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will be in Pecos
Friday, August 16th
from 9 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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.22-caliber rifles which had been
shipped in interstate commerce.
Estrada was convicted March
9, 1979, of conspiracy to import
heroin, possession with intent to
distribute heroin and with
carrying a firearm during
commission of a felony.
He was sentenced to nine years
in prison on each of the counts,
with the first two to run concurrently, and the third conscctively with the first two. A 10year special • parole term was
eliminated on Nov. 13,1980.
Estrada was a constable at
Red ford when he was arrested on
the charges following an undercover investigation.
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Jaycees name five
Outstanding Young Texans
For the 38th consecutive year
the Texas Jaycees have selected
five young people as being the
"Outstanding Young Texans"
for 1987. The Outstanding
Young Texan Award carries with
it the honor and distinction of the
persons named as being an example of how success is possible in
our free enterprise system.
Recognition of that success is the
purpose of the program. The
awards ceremony dramatizes the
winners career in a narrative and
pictorial
presentation
and
provides an opportunity for the
honorees to challenge and inspire
todays young, people. The Annual Event is co-sponsored by
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of
Texas.
Young people from all fields of
endeavor were nominated for this
honor. 'We had several hundred
nominated from all over the
state," stated Bill , Frisk,
Executive Vice President of
the Texas Jaycees. Frisk further
explained that those nominations
came from several organizations,
different -- associations,—in-~
stitutions, Jaycee chapters as well
as from individuals. The
nominations were all judged by a
panel of distinguished Texans.
The selections were based on answers relating to various
questions about the applicants
personal improvement, financial
success and economic innovation, social improvement to
major contemporary problems,
leadership abilities in various
areas, as well as academic and
social leadership service.
Those selected this year are
Lowell Douglas English, Austin;
Ramon Montalvo III, Weslaco;
Jerry Lynn Love, Abilene; John
L. Pape, Mercedes; and Mary
Kathlyn Shannon, Fort Stockton.
A seventh generation Texan,
and a fourth generation resident
of Pecos County; Mary Kathlyn
Shannon's roots run deep. A
graduate of Southwest Texas
State University, she has also
continued her education by
taking classes at U.T.E.P. and
Sul Ross State University. She is
the Museum Director of the Annie Riggs Memorial Museum in
Fort Stockton. In this capacity,
Mary Kay, (as her friends call
her) is responsible for the full
administration of the museum
which includes/but not limited
to, grant writing, fund raising,
overseeing care of the collections,
public relations, and supervision
of the employees and volunteer
forces. She is also involved in-the
program
.. development,
publications, and the development of other property owned by
the museum. Under her guidance, the museum has flourished.
She is responsible for securing a
new roof, reorganization of all
rooms and displays,- opening of
the Fort Room which is a display
about the frontier post there, and
the archeology room. She has
been instrumental in getting the
community involved in the
museum. Her public relations efforts for the museum have
reached regional and statewide
publications as articles have been
printed in several magazines. She
is a member of many
organizations. Some of them
being the American Association
of
Museums,
American
Association of State and local
history, Texas State Historial
Society, Permian Basin Museum
Institute, The magno Usui Study
Club and the Fort Stockton
Literary Gub. Her community
involvement includes her role in
the Fort Stockton Community
Theater, assistance with the
Water Carnival Flats, Roving
Book Reviews for the public
library, and she writes a column
about the museum for the local
paper every week. She is a member of the Fort Stockton Cham*
ber of Commerce, the Civil Air
Patrol, The Fort Stocktons
Womans Center, Friends of Folk
Music of El Paso. She takes her
vacation every year to do volunteer work for the National Park
Service and the El Paso Border
Folk Festival. In a short time she
will have accomplished more
than most do in a lifetime. She is
truly an example of an Outstanding Young Texan.
The five Outstanding Young
Texans will be honored at a
special banquet: given in their
honor by the Texas Jaycees and
Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The
ceremony will be held Aug. 8. It
will be held at the Hyatt Regency
West in Houston. The awards
will, be presented by Jaycees
President Catherine Triska 'and
Blue Cross and Blue Shield
President John Melton.
VA to recognize women
_ The Big SprjngEVIA Medical Center itplanning-a~Woffien veterans
Recognition Day and Wellness Clinic on Tuesday, November 10,1987.
This observance is intended to focus attention on the significant contribution of women in the Armed Forces. Because of their traditional
roles as non-combatants, the heroism of military women in war has
been overlooked, but they too, have paid the price for freedom.
The Wellness Clinic is designed for the prevention of illness.
Prevention strategies include early riiagnndi and ariucatinn. Tha-
Wellness Clinic will provide gynecologic examinations, cancer
screening, diet counseling, mammography, where indicated, and other
health screening tests.
The Big Spring VA Medical Center needs your help in identifying
women veterans in our area. If you are a woman veteran (or know this
information about a woman veteran), please fill out the form below
and mail to the Big Spring VA Medical Center, Attention: Dr.
Carolyn Reed, 2400 S. Gregg, Big Spring, Texas 79720. This information will be used to mail additional' information about the upcoming event: The Women Veterans Recognition Day and Wellness
Clinic on November 10,1987.
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Grandparents certificates offered
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ces the mental ^well-being of both.
Also, by. providing these certificates we are able to make
more people; young And old'
alike, aware of the' Texas Department on Aging and.the services,
we provide throughout the
state."
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The Grandparents Day certificates are printed in color on
parchment paper, suitable for
framing and signed by Gov. Bill
Clements.. Information on the
Department oh Aging will also be
sent with each certificate. To or_
der your certificates, write Texas
•Department on Aging, P.O. Box
12786 Capitol.Stltiorr, Austin,
Tx-78711. Civic and service
organizations should order as far
in advance as possible. Please include your name, legible-address
and number of certificates
requested.
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• All kids ages 6-18 (or held in September. For more inthereabouts) are invited to attend formation, call Gerri Hazelwood
a free dais on Microwave at837-2265.
Cooking, Thursdayr—August
Educational programs conduc20th at Jhe Ft. Davis State Bank ted by the Texas Agricultural Exfrom 1:00 until 3:00. Learn how a tension Service serve people of all
microwave workr, how to use ages regardless of socioone, nutritious snacks, easy economic level, race, color, sex,
meals and non-food uses.
religion, handicap, or national
— A program JTor parents will be origin.
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VA questions and answers
may call the local VA regional ofjtoAVMETS
ffice to check the status of your
Port ft* Service Officer
Q — What is the current VA- claim.
Q — Will the Veterans Adguaranteed mortage rate?
A — The VA-guaranteed mor- ministration release my new adtgage rate was set at 10 percent on dress to my estranged wife?
A — No. Your address is
May 11.
- Q'•— Maya veteran who has privileged information and may
served only during peacetime in ' not be released to anyone without
the U.S..armed forces be buried your permission.
in anational cemetery?
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Q — Does the Veterans Ad-,
A—Yes, providing the service ministration help veterans find
was under conditions other than lenders for VA-guaranteed mortgages?
dishonorable.
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0 — How does a veteran
qualify for the annual clothing their own arrangements for loans
allowance payment from the VA? through the usual lending chanA — Any veteran who is en- nels, such as banks, savings and
titled to receive compensation for loan associations and mortgage
•a service-connected disability for loan companies. Real estate
which he or she wears or uses a brokers will ordinarily assist: a
prosthetic or orthopedic applian- veteran in finding a lender.
ce, including a wheelchair, may
qualify. Before paying the
allowance, the VA must determine that the appliance wears out
or tears clothing.
Q — I filed a claim for comThe summer band program for
pensation about three months the Shorthorn Band will begin
ago and recently had my medical Monday at 6 p.m., at the band
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examination. I have not heard hall.
anything from the Veterans Ad*
All members are required to at:
ministration. How can I find out tend.
the status of my claim?
A — While initial claims often
take longer than three months to
process, If you are concerned, you
In response to consumer in- fast food stores is probably most
terest in nutrition, fast. food convenient when various food
stores have taken, to informing as items are listed along with the fat,
well as feeding their customers.
sodium and calories for each part
'(Ther^utriUc4^nfprmation--oftheitem^Lnotes Cookseyr
printed on placemats, displays or
"You can use this nutrition in*
in phamplets at many, fast food formation to select particular
stores can be helpful, if you read foods or to special order your
.it carefully," says.Dr. Dymple sandwich so it has less fat or
Cooksey, a nutrition specialist sodium," she adds. This inforwith the Texas A&M University mation will also help you plan the !
Agricultural Extension ServiceE
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Nutrition information from a balanced diet.
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• On June 17,1987, the West Texas Council Board of Directors confirmed the appointintnt of Mayor Genevieve Bassharruo the Regional
I5m«rgancy Medical Services Advisory Committee. (REMSAQ
The Mayor's participation as an advisory council member is vital in
maintaining a,.strong focus on emergency medical services in West
Texa*..Th}s serves our communityand.tix county region.
.-, TheJiandspread by the City crewto control the Black River is bemg
broomed back into the traffic patterns. It will all be picked up when
cooler weather arrives.
Robert. SUva and Michael Serrano are in Odessa attending water
and sewer short schools. Mkhaci will test seeking State Certifkatiaw
in bothfields.The parshallflumeandflowrecorder has been installed
at the Ft. D.A. sewer plant. Forms are being constructed for the main
plant.
City employees celebrating birthdays during the month of August
are: Anthony Sydow, the 11th., Ruben Garcia, the 21st. and Robert
Bergtr. the 25th.
Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Name:
Address:
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from the City Offices
y -V>
It's.been a real busy summer Princes by Robert Parker; Hold
here at the library. Even .though >.On' 'Mr. President by: Sam
our Residing Club ended on June Donaldson; "Haunted Mesa by
26, .we are still Ihowfng firms .. Louis L'Amour; wad-Misery by
every .Tuesday morning at 10 Stephen* King.
a.m. We havefilmsscheduled for
Memorial donations have been
three more weeks.
made in memory of' the.
A lot of changes have been following: C.L. Bagley, Jr.;
made in our library lately. We • Charles Hancock; Leonarda Onhave added .new shelves to the tiveros; Katberine. Hord; Walter
children's and genealogy sections.. Garnett; Wayne Steele; Rev. Bill
Oh, speaking of genealogy, the Quick; Dr. Roy SUton; Dr. Carl
Friends of the Library will be SUton; William Lee Fischer; Mr.
hosting a Genealogy Workshop E.M. Lovdady; Jessie CranfiU;
on Tuesday, August 18 from 2 to and Otis DeVolin.
4 p.m.-This workshop to be held
We have' recently . obtained
here in the Library, will be
presented by Mrs.Dale ScheietPf several videocassettes • from
Fort Davis. If you've ever wan- Modern Talking Picture Service.
ted to get started in genealogy, These videocassettes are for loan
now is your chance to learn the to you our patrons, free of
procedures for beginning this in- , charge. A few titles are: Irish
teresting hobby. For more infor- . American; Design, for Liberty:
mation, call the library.
Rumble of Wheels; Painting in
Another big change is we had a the South; Drinkers of the Wind;
terrarium built in memory of the Song of the Chinese Land. We
late Mrs. Mary ShannohJKeUy. h .hope, you will take advantage of
is really beautiful! Don't forget . newly acquired .service. These
to look at it next time you're in videocassettes make excellent
—progranrmaterial.—- ~-^—r.
the.library^
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Some new titles on our .shelves
Till next time, read, read,
are: Weep NoMon, My lady by read!!
Mary Higgins Clark; Hammer by See you at the Library! .
Armand Hammer; Destiny by
Ester F.Sanchez,
Sally Beauman: Pnl* kings and
Librarian
Just as grandchildren are our
gift for. growing older, grandparents are our gift for being
young.
September 13 is Grandparents
Day, and to celebrate this event the Texas Department on Aging
is offering free Grandparents
Certificates of Recognition for
grandchildren to present to their
grandparents.
"We began this event in
Texas three years ago," says
O.P. (Bob) . Bobbin, executive
director of TDoA, "On a very
modest budget, we have been
able to expand the distribution of
certificates from 15,000 the first
year to over 60,000 last year*.
"This program accomplishes
two very important goals for us.
First, it helps maintain contact
between the grandparent and
grandchild and therefore enhan*
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Sports
No mercy Presidio Astros take no prisoners
; When an outsider invades your
territory, naturally the best way
to attack is with your best shot.
Give the opposition a helping
hand, and they'll eat your whole
arm. So, again, when the home
team has their opponents with a
rope around their neck, never
losen it up, and winners built
winners by not feeling sorry for
no one and tiding up the rope for
the kill. In other words No Mer~
cy.
When area little league cham-
pions invaded Marfa four days
last week for the district tournament, the Presidio Astros
proved what winners are made up
of — No Mercy. No-Sir-E, being
the hometown favorites, those
Astros didn't once let the rope get
a small slack as they road a three
game winning streak for the 1987
district championship.
In fact, those same Astros
could have made things more exciting by losing the first title contest on Thursday .and still won
the whole thing by winning the honestly afford to lose to the
second match-up between them . loser's bracket representatives
and the Monahans White Sox. White Sox and still Monahans
You see, since Presidio had not would have to.turn right around
lost a single contest going into the and defeat them one more time if
title match, thus arriving through they wanted the title. Oh well,
the winning bracket, they could a winner will always be a
winner, and a loser will try to be a
winner. ' So folks, . especially
Presidio fans, the 1987« Texas
Teen-age little league area district
champions are the Presidio No
Mercy Astros. '
Not to let the whole tournament get out of order, the
Astros defeated the White Sox 13
to 10, behind the two home-run
swings from each Ceasar Barriga
and Jerry Guevara. The winning
pitcher was Benito Escontrias
while Ricky Renteria was credited
with the save. The losing pitcher
for the White Sox was Renato
Saldana. The Astros scored runs
in every at bat with run productions of 2, 3, 5, 1, and 2 in their
five at bats while Monahans
scored 2 in the third, 1 in the
fourth, and 7 in their last at bat
when the White Sox took off on a
three home run spree.
Offensively for the No mercy
Astros, Barriga and Guevara
were top guns with three hits
apiece including back to back
home-runs in both the third and
fifth innings of action. Adding
two hits apiece were Michael
(See No Mercy Astros Page 8)
Silver Bullets to finish
home season Sunday
The Texas Teen-Age Baseball Association District Champions, Presidio Astros.
Lady Lobos sign two top players
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George Cross
said. "There will be a lot of competition for the starting guard
spots this season, and I think she
will be in the thick of things."
She is the daughter of Nell
Head of Whitewright and plans
to major in physical education.
Harmon was named to the allcity,, all-district and all-regional
teams as point guard. "She only
averaged eight points a game,"
Sample said, "but she is a very
capable scorer with a 61 percent
Held goal percentage. She has a
lot of quickness and good fundamentals and will see a lot of
playing time as a freshman/'
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to play for the university this fall.
Signing letters of intent to wear
the scarlet and grey are Mary
Lewter.a 5-6 guard from Tom
Bean, and Laura I Ian
inioii, a 5=3"
guard from El Paso Eastwood.
Lewter averaged 17 points and
seven rebounds a game her senior
year and was named second team
all-district in 1987. She received
honorable mention all-district her
junior year. .
"Mary is a talented athlete
with a lot of potential," Sample
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Sports Calendar
MARFA
Toda>: The district little
Icaptre—baseball tournament
continues
tonight when the championship contest will be
played starting at 5:30
p.m.
The
winners
bracket
representative
and the losers bracket
entry will meet with a
few strings attached. If
the losers bracket entry
wins the first game, a
second contest will be
played by the same two
teams starting at 9 p.m.
If the winners bracket
representative wins the
first contest, the tournament is officially over.
PRESIDIO
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With. -alL
probability the Presidio
Astros will be playing in
tonight's championship
contest of the district little league tournament
going on at Dyers
Diamond.
No Events
Scheduled
She is the daughter of Adelaide
Harmon of El Paso and plans to
major in physical education.
The vastly improved
Marfa Silver-Bullets, who a
week ago won their first
contest of the year with a
close victory over Van
Horn, wil| be making their
last home appearance this
Sunday when they host the
Fort Stockton unit.
Since the start of the
newly form "West Texas
Oldtimers" baseball league,
the Silverbullets have been
the most improved team in
the entire league, which has
being vastly visible in their
play on the field. The contest between the Marfa
team and Fort Stockton will
be played at Vizcaino Park
starting at 2 p.m., and the
Bullets urge their fans to
turn out to support them
. one last time at home.
Sally Leos accomplishes
hole-in-one with four iron
"I saw the ball hit on the green,"
said Sally Leos who on Tuesday
afternoon canned her first career
Hole-In-One, "And I couldn't
believe it when we saw the ball go
in the hole. It's something you
just never expect to happen."
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Leos who has now been
playing the great game of golf for
four years accomplished her feat
on the 150 yard, number two hole,
par three, and hit a Wilson X-31,
4 iron. Witnessing the feat that
now puts Leos into the elite HoleIn-One club was her playing partner Gloria Rivera.
In describing her shot, Leos
wen* on to say that her Golden
Ram ball "hit in front of the
green, five feet to be exact, and
the ball rolled in." One of the
areas longest hitters as far as
women arc concerned, Leos ,can
now also lay claim to. a hole-inone, something "to be mighty
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The Marfa jgdapandaat, Tht Mg Bend Sentinel, M r fa, Texair, August«, 19T7 (3)
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A0> Mwi 'Spzo/ McGenzie, dead or alive!
No. I'm by far not the worlds
smartest individual. And no, my
knowledge of world happenings
is not nearly as good as the last
fello to appear on Face the
Nation.
So when I get asked to answer
questions that I have no
knowledge about, it just tares me
up. Its like when a person leaves
. you with a question mark about a
question they start bjJt never
finish. Boy that just burns my
cells up. What I can't understand
is why most people don't ask me
questions about what I know a
little bit about. Yes, I know its
limited to sports, but at least its
one subject that I'm truly informed in. Like ask me what underwear Jim Palmer wears, and I'll
tell you. Ask what Chrissy Everet
drinks, and I'll tell you, but when
-someone ask me if its true
whether Spud (Party Animal)
McGenzie is dead or alive, it-just
drives me to drink a Bud light.
There's nothing that drives me
nuts more than gossip, and living
in a smalt town consider by
many, the National Enquire of
Texas cities, does not help. But
for reasons that total more than
one, I decided to check into this
particular subject. First I heard
that poor old Spud had gotten
runned over by a four wheel
moving vehicle. Then someone
ask me if it was true, My Man
Spud, had been electracuted by
lighting when he was filming a
commercial in a swimming pool.
Next someone ask me if it was
true that. Spud, My Man, was
having an affair with Benji, and
he's main interest. Lassie, shot
him between the eyes for being a
two timer.
Presidio basketball star
signs to play at Sul Ross
Sul Ross ' State University School rebounding record wth 21
Athletic Director Criet Sample in a game. She averaged 10.6
has signed nine more women to rebounds a contest and hit 12.9
participate in university athletic points a game.
programs.
"Rachel is a good inside player
- Signing letters of intent are with good fundamentals," SamEdna Ramos, Rocksprings, ple said. "She has been in a winBasketball;
Rachel
Acosta ning high school basketball
Vargas, Big Lake, basketball; program and will provide needed
Stacie Marie Williams, Burnet, height for the Lady Lobos. She
volleyball, basketball and track; will challenge for a starting
and Renay Ressel, Odessa, position immediately."
volleyball and basketball.
At 6-0, Williams will be one of
Also
Omega
Calderon, the tallest Lady Lobos on the
Presidio,
basketball;
Carol court, both volleyball and
Wilson, McCamey, basketball; basketball. She was a first team
Melissa Hart, Midland, basket- pick in volleyball both her junior
ball; Carol Lynn reyes, Bronte, and senior year.
volleyball and basketball; and
She also received first team
Brandi Jones, Tom Bean,
(See Presidio star Page 8)
volleyball and track.
Calderon, 5-7, was named the
Most Valuable Player in her
district, averaging 20 points a
contest. She will probably play
forward for Sul Ross.
"Omega is a good rebounder
and is quick in going to the
basketball," Sample said. "Her
height will provide additional
rebounding strength." He said
she was recruited by Jim Espy Sr.
of Fort Davis.
Ramos, 5-8, was a first-team
All-District pick and was, the
unanimous choice for Most
Valuable Player. She was also an
alternate on the All-Star team.
She averaged 20 points and nine
rebounds a game.
Finally, I heard that. Spud, My
Sometimes Man, • had been
pasturated
for
advanced
technology purposes, and that his
remains were stored up in a secret
ice box for chile meat purposes.
Yes, it seems someone is going to
take,?A/j> Man Spuds flesh, and
go down to the Terlingua ChileCookoff and make some tasty
first place winning reciept. To
top it off, its going to be called,
My+Man Spud Chile Bowl, and
can only be eaten with a Bud
Light alongside to help compensate for the fire spuds excesses
produce in your digestlc system.
Anyway, I called Entertainment Tonight and they couldn't
help. David Letterman had no
answer, and Ed McMonan said
Johnny Carson was not heerree.
Running out of solutions my next
thought was that maybe, My
Man Spud had a phone number. I
asked myself, if I were Spud what
number would I have as a compatable with my lifestyle. OK! I
answered myself, I'll try 1-8001TS-SPUD. One ring, ho answer,
two, three, four, five, and just
as I was about to hang-up
someone answers the phone.
Expecting to hear dog barks,
but instead I hear a very childish
voice. It seems I got ahold of
Spud Webb, the midget who.;
made it in the National Basketball Association. Not knowing
what to do, I just hung up the
phone, and gave the —whole
episode some more thought.
Not being able to come up with
any new bright ideas, I just
decided that come Teflinga
Cookoff time, I'm just going to
have to make me a trip on a
Mission Impossible to taste for
myself if my man Spud is finger
looking good, Dead or Alive.
Celebration time for the district champions, Presidio Astros,
as coaches and players jump for joy after the last out of the
championship contest against the Monahans White Sox.
Tennis tournament scheduled
The Big Bend Tennis Cham- Aug. 14th. at 8:00 p.m. Entries
pionships will be held August. may be mailed to: Gary Gallego,
13th to the 16th. in Alpine. The' P.O. Box 1254; Alpine. Texas
Junior portion of the tournament 79831 or Phoned in to Gary at
will be held on the 13th. and the -> 837-2347.
14th. with play beginning at ¢:00
a.m. Junior Events include
singles for boys and girls for 12undcrs, 14-unders, 16-unders, 18unders. Doubles for boys and
girls will be contested in the 14unders and 18-unders divisionsonly.
Entry deadline for juniors will
be Wednesday. August 12th. at
6:00 p.m. For class A. B. and 35 "
and overs the deadline will be*
Thursday night. August 13th. at
## 9:00 p.m. Awards to 1st. 2nd
& consolation in each event.
Men's class A«and Class B
.singles will start play on Fridav
August 14th. at 5:00 p.m.
Doubles will start play on Friday.
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Football Lobos sign
two prep linebackers
Sul Ross State University football Coach Ralph Micheli has
signed two former high school
all-district linebackers to play for
the Lobos this fall.
Signing letters of intent were
Chris Chase, Luling, and Oliver
Brooks, Richmond.
Chase, 5-11, 185 lbs,, was
named first team all-district at
linebacker for three consecutive
years and was named honorable
memton Tunningback hjis. junior,
year. ..".... •-•,-«•
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Brooks, a 6-2,196-lb. graduate
of Lamar High School, was an
all-district pick at linebacker and
runningback his senior year.
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«?»mpl<» taiH, "Frfnn is one of
the best high school players to
ever sign with Sul Ross. She can
shoot with either hand and is very
sound fundamentally. She is a
team player who could have
averaged 30 points a game if she
had needed to. She will be able to
play either forward or post in
college."
Vargas, 5-10, was an AllDistrict pick this year and was
named second team All-region.
Last year, she received honorable
mention All-District honors. She
holds the Reagan County High
With their mouths opened, and their eyes on a ball Jerry Guevara had iust hit over the fence?.
Presidio Astros players just watch in amazement.
—The- Marfa Teen-Age Baseball
Association conveys to all who •par-.
ticipated and worked in the District
Tournament. OUR HEARTFELT
THANKS. AND SINCERE APPRECIATION.
Special thanks to:
Mario Rivera - Tournament Director
Ricky Baker-Official Scorekeeper
'••Charles Simpson - Chief Umpire
Jack Brunson - Official Announcer
The Rotary Club
City of Marfa Mayor and Commissioners
Corder Lumber Co.
And all the ladies that helped in the
concession stand and all the umpires
and people that volunteered their time
to charge at the door and to all that
helped get the field ready.
^"With_your"help_this~endeavor wasa^
success.
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(ft) The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 6,19t7
Caring for a dementia victim a safer home environment
Taking a bath, cooking a meal
and walking around the block —
these are just some of the things
taken for granted in every day
life. But for the victims of
dementia, even ordinary activities
can cause increased agitation and
eventually become, dangerous.
According to the National Institutes of Mental Health, dementia is a brain disorder which effects about one out of seven older
families. Fifty percent of the
cases are probably Alzheimer's
Disease. This incurable disorder
results in a progressive memory
toss which eventually leaves the
victim unable to function normally.
"Managing a loved one with
progressive dementia isn't easy.
H involves understanding the
disease, patience and skill," says
Or. Judith Warren, a geronMlogist with the Texas AAM
University Agricultural Extension Service.
•She explains that impaired
people must be monitored constantly, because of the problems
their memory loss invites, so it's
important for family members to
inventory possible sources of
danger in the home. These
dangers include high windows,
stairs^ power tools, appliances,
knives, hot water, poisons,
firearms, matches, medications,
small objects, - loose rugs, and
improper lighting.
.-...
To make the dementia victim's
environment safer, the specialist
advises taking the following
steps:
•Secure high windows and install gates at stair entrances.
•If the victim is still functioning enough to use appliances
such as a hair dryer or electric
razor, supervise the activity.
•To prevent burns, ask the
utility company to alter the stove
so the dementia victim cannot
easily turn it on. Lower the setting on the water heater to 120
degrees or lower, and check the
temperature and depth of bath
water.
•Lock medications, power
tools, knives, poisons, liquors,
firearms and matches out of the
victim's reach.
•Dispense
the
person's
medications
and
supervise
smoking. Remove small objects
that might be ingested, loose rugs
and harmful plants.
•Use child proof caps on electrical outlets. Provide adequate
lighting in all areas and use night
lights in hallways and bathrooms.
The gerontologist notes that
some dementia victims tend to
wander to relieve the tension of
their confinement. In that case,
an 8-foot wooden fence completely enclosing part of the yard
will provide a safe.space for the
victims to wander outside.
For safe outside activity, the
person, should wear' well-fitted
shoes with nohskid soles. If the
ground is very uneven or if a
walker is necessary, consider adding a smooth sidewalk.
The specialist also suggests adding a porch swing or rocking
chair under a sheltered area for a
rest spot, since the back and forth
motion seems to have a calming
effect on many dementia victims.
"Keeping the home environment safe also means that the
care giver should not be overwhelmed and exhausted," emphasizes Warren. "Health care
professionals, and community
groups such as the Alzheimer's
Disease and Related Disorders
Association (ADRDA) can offer
some good ideas and advice. Care
givers can also make use of community services such as home
health agencies, adult day care
and private sitters to provide
needed relief time.
Party 'N Dance
Marfa to hold A.I. School
On September 1 through 4, the $225 for artificial insemination.
Texas Agricultural Extension To go through both portions of
Service and American Breeders the school will cost S400.
^Service wiILca-sponsor-an-Ar-tificial Insemination-Pregnancy
To enroll in the school you
Determination School in Marfa.
must make a non-refundable
The school will be taught by SI50 deposit before August 20.
ABS and TAES personnel. In Checks should be made payable
• isrr.PMEdilonilServices
addition to the actual field training to American Breeders Service and
in A.I. and pregnancy deter- sent to Kirby Rankin, Presidio
mination, participants will devote County Agent, Box 548, Marfa
half of their time to intensive in- 79843. Pre-registrants will be
struction in management.
notified of the time and location
Fees for the school are $175 for of the training prior to September
If you're trying to reduce your per day. But some fast-food san- pregnancy determination and
1.
sodium intake, reading the dwiches will contain over 1100
nutrition phamplets in fast food milligrams.
stores will help, says Dr. Dymple
By checking the sodium figures
Cooksey, a nutritionist with the fast food items, you can either
Texas
A&M
University choose lower-sodium foods, or
Agricultural Extension Service.
compensate for a high-sodium
While money for college may tend
an
approved
A safe and adequate intake for fast food meal with less sodium
sodium is 1100-3300 milligrams at other meals, explains Cooksey. be the most publicized benefit of vocational/technical school after
Army services, soldiers can also their military service.
receive substantial amounts of
Soldiers receive $25,200 for a
funding for vocational and four-year enlistment, $22,800 for
Producers may repay their 1986 and 1987 honey-support loans at
technical training.
a three-year enlistment, and
the following levels, according to Milton J. Hertz, executive vice
High school seniors and $17,000 for a two-year enlistpresident of the U.S. Department of-Agticulture's Commodity Credit graduates need to know'that the ment.
Corporation:
GI Bill plus the Army College
Of the more than 250 skills in
Weekly Honey-loan Repayment Levels,
Fund also provides money for - which the Army offers training,
color and class, cents per pound
vocational and technical training approximately 50 are open for.
1986-Crop
1987-Crop
as well as money for college.
two-year enlistments and apWhite...
40.0
40.0
"Vo-tech training is em- proximately 61 offer the GI Bill
Extra-light amber
37.0
37.0
phasized as part of the skill plus the Army College Fund.
Ltahtamber
35.0
36,0_
training nppnrtiinititMt-avnilnhle— ""Many of these Army skills
Amber
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-34Ain the Army," says Lieutenant
relate to civilian occupations,"
The changes for the 1987 crop are effective 12:01 a.m., local time
Colonel
Daniel
Shannon,
comsays
Colonel Shannon, "and afJuly 17. The new levels reflect changes in current market conditions.
mander of Army recruiting in ter completing their advanced inThe 1986 levels are unchanged from those first announced on March
12,1987.'
_ New Mexico and West Texas. "In dividual training in a skill,
providing-money for— 'soldiers'canTog their hours on the
—Producers who redeem their honey plcdgcdas loan collaterally -addition-to
such
training,"
Colonel Shannon job as members of the Army Aprepaying their honey-price support loans at these levels may not adds, "the Army
also makes prenticeship Program which
rcpledae the same honey as collateral for another loan.
available vo-tech courses on post
provides them with the on-theor at nearby colleges so soldiers job documented experience that
can get a head start on a civilian
is so desired by employers."
career during their spare time.!'
For detailed information about
Army Apprenticeship and other
Under The Army College Fund
benefits, visit or call your local
program, qualified soldiers can
receive more than $25,000 to at- Army recruiter.
USDA announces changes in 1987 levels
with
Wayne West
at their Reunion
Saturday, Sept. 5
9-1
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When members of the Constitutional Convention met in Philadelphia 200 years ago. one of the major problems was how to provide for a more powerful central government while safeguarding
basic rights for all citizens.
Although it is hard to believe now. some major American leaders
of the day were adamantly opposed to the very idea of a Constitution for fear the new government would be too powerful.
Even after the new Constitution was written, it was by no means
certain that the necessary number of states would ratify it.
When the Virginia Constitutional Convention met to consider
ratification. Patrick Henry spoke in opposition. "The rights of
conscience, trial by jury, liberty of the press . . . all pretensions to
human rights and privileges, are rendered insecure, if not lost, by
this change."
The battle lines were drawn over how to shape this new experiment in democracy. Alexander Hamilton. James Madison and John
Jay collaborated on the famous Federalist Papers explaining the new
Constitution. These documents were widely circulated and debated
in the states.
, ,_
Supporters of the Constitution won. but not by much. The vote in
Virginia was 89-79. and in New York^it passed by the slim margin
of three votes.
Even though they lost the battle againstratification,the opponents contributed as much to our modern system of government as
the supporters. It was their criticism that forced supporters to promise an immediate series of amendments to guarantee individual
rights.
Ten amendments were adopted in 1791 to safeguard individual
rights and freedoms from government encroachment. It is in those
10 amendments—the Bill of Rights—that we find the protection
given the right to peaceably assemble, freedom of the press and
speech, the right to a speedy and public trial by jury, and therightto
the free exercise of religion.
. These provisions are considered such an integral part of the Constitution that many don't realize they were not included in the original proposal. It is the combination of the Constitution and the Bill
of Rights that is considered one of the greatest documents in human
history, til
Thb U one oT a series of columns celebrating the 200th anniversary of the U.S.
Constitution.
Army of f ere VO-Tech
opportunities to soldiers
to
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Insect stings and bites are ts' attention. Wear long sleeved
usually annoying and mildly shirts and pants whenever
painful, but in some cases they possible.
•Keep picnic areas free of garcan be dangerous.
"Few people have extreme bage. Spray garbage containers'
reaotions to bug bites and with insecticide and close the lids
stings," says Dr. Mary Ann tightly.
Heussner, a health education
•Avoid wearing perfume or
specialist with the Texas A&M cologne, or using scented soaps.
University Agricultural Extenodors may attract insects.
sion Service. "Yet for the few Their
•Use
repellent,
who are allergic, reactions can be preferably ainsect
brand
containing
quite severe."
diethyltoluamide which will not
"Unfortunately, most people harm your skin.
don't know they're allergic until
•If an insect lands on you,
they're bitten, so it's important don't move. If you are attacked
to recognize and understand the by a swarm of insects, run indifference between a local and doors, into water, or into a
systemic
reaction,"
says wooded area.
Heussner. "Local reactions may
•When you notice an insect
cause swelling and redness at the nest on your property, treat it
site of the sting or bite. Systemic promptly with appropriate insecreactions are far more serious ticides.
and involve the entire body."
"Most people can use simple
Symptoms of systemic reac- home remedies to treat insect
tions include dizziness, shock, bites. However, those who are
fainting, wheezing, hives, a allergic should bring an emergentightness in the chest, and facial cy sting treatment kit along, when
swelling.
——
they're planning to be outside for
- In the case of a systemic reac- extended periods of time;" says
tion, the specialist recommends .the specialist:
~
you call the local poison control
center, or immediately take the
Heussner adds, "Insect stings
victim to the nearest hospital and bites are usually-annoying
emergency room.
and somewhat painful, and in a
To prevent stings and bites, the few cases are very dangerous.
The best way to stay out of
specialist suggests the following:
danger is to avoid the bites, and
•Always wear shoes outside.
•Avoid wearing bright colored understand what course of action
and floral print clothing, and to take if a violent reaction ocshiny jewelrv wh^h attract insec- curs."
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Ozone does both harm, good
According to a Texas Christian
University geologist, ozone can
be both helpful and harmful to a
person's health. It all depends on
where the ozone is located.
"Most people don't understand how ozone can be harmful
to your health when it's located
in the air they breathe but be an
actual protection for us in the
ozone layer," said Dr. Leo
Newland.
When the ozone is located at
lower levels, it acts as a pollutant
and has detrimental effects on
numerous natural products including rubber, he explained.
When ozone is located in the upper level, however, it serves as a
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New evidence snows holes appearing in the ozone layer over
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concern to everyone, according
to Newland.
"Scientists have been saying
for years that fluorocarbons
gradually are depleting the ozone
layer," said Newland. "I think
the fact that these holes have appeared lends credible evidence to
what these scientists have been
predicting."
Although the first signs of
ozone depletion have shown up in
virtually unpopulated areas,
Newland warned that the effects
could be* much more detrimental
if the holes appear over more
populated regions.
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BBNP names management assistant Bill to allow Interior to add to BBNP
Park Superintendent, Jim
Carrico, has announced that
PL. Alire, 41, Staff Park
Ranger from the Great Smoky
Mountains National Park, will
enter on duty at Big Bend
National Park Aug. 16, as the
new Management Assistant. In
his newly established job, Alire
will
monitor
concession
operations, prepare special use
permits and agreements of understandings, plan agendas and
arrange meetings with park
neighbors, and,. among other
duties, analyze and recommend
ways and means to improve park
operations.
Before joining the Park Service
as a full time Park Ranger at
Glen Canyon National Park
Recreation Area in 1975, Alire
had worked as a seasonal ranger
at Great Sand Dunes National
Monument in Colorado and at
Saguaro National Monument,
Ariz. In May, 1978, he transferred to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in Tennessee
where he has held various
positions in the Ranger Division
for the past nine years.
"I'm excited about my assignment to Big Bend," he said. "After nine years in the Smokys, I'll
be glad to have a chance to dry
out!"
A native of Monte Vista,
Colo., Alire graduated from
Adams State College; Alamosa,
Colo., where he received his B.S.
and M.S. degrees both In secondary education and biological
sciences.
Alire Is married to Janet Pier-,
son who holds B.S. degree in two
fields: archeology and nursing.
SRSU/UC dispute findings
A team of professors from Sul
Ross State University and the
University of Chihuahua found
that, contrary to previous data,
Mexican businessmen do not
have higher stress levels than their
United State counterparts.
The support which Mexican
businessmen get from the extended family was felt to explain the
lower-than-expected stress level.
Additionally, previous findings
indicated Mexican businessmen
had more belief in luck than
Americans.
The four-member team found
otherwise. The study was based
on samples of businessmen from
both sides of the border.
The team consisted of Dr.
David Cockrum, SRSU associate
professor of psychology and
chairman of the Department of
Political Science; Dr. Edward R.
Marcin, SRSU professor of
business; Dr. Gary Jackson, SRSU business professor and
chairman of the Business Administration Department; and
Jose Maria Redondo, business
professor at the Universidad
Autonoma de Chihuahua.
The results were given in a
paper, "A Cross-Cultural Comparison of M&nagerial Anxiety,"
presented to the 1987 Western
Social Science Association Conference in El Paso.
Pre-business workshop set
Do you know the key to running a successful small business?
If you are considering going into business for yoursetf, you
should know how to start and
what it takes to be successful.
Now you can And out.
The Small Business Administration is conducting a oneday workshop called, "Keys to
Business Success", which will be
To the Editor:
A heartfelt.note of.gratitude to
all the wonderful people of Marfa for the beautiful and exciting
Blackwell School Reunion I attended recently. I know it took
lots of planning and hard work to
make it the huge success that it
was. I will cherish the memory of
it forever.
Words cannot express the anticipation and excitement I felt as
I arrived on the evening of July
17 to enjoy this great event. I had
attended the Marfa Centennial a
few years ago but this seemed
even more exciting.
Although rhad"been"back~tb"
Marfa many times over the years
to visit my parents (Charlie and
Pilar Aguirre) I had never ac-
Rep. Lamar Smith last Thursday asked a House subcommittee to pass his bill that would
authorize the Interior Department to add 67,125 acres of land
to the Big Bend National Park.
The land was given two years
ago to the Texas Nature Conser-
vancy by Houston Harte, chairman of the board of HarteHanks Communications, and his
brother Ed, a member of the
Harte-Hanks board of directors
and publisher of the Corpus
Christi Caller-Times.
Smith's bill would authorize
the secretary of interior to accept
the land as a donation from the
Texas nature group.
"We have an excellent opportunity to acquire this land at no
cost to the taxpayers and to
preserve an important part of our
natural heritage for future
generations," Smith, R-San Antonio, told the subcommittee on
national parks and public lands.
Rep. Bruce Vento, a Minnesota Democrat who heads the
Fort Davis rendezvous planned
Members of the Davis Mountain Brigade of black powder,
shooters are making plans for the
third annual "mountain men"
rendezvous. This regional event
will be held at the Sproul Campground near Fort Davis during
the fourth weekend of October.
The rendezvous is expected to
attract several hundred participants, black powder shooters
and other celebrants of the early
19th century westward expansion, the era of the fur trader ex-
plorers or "mountain men" or
"buckskinners."
There will be competition in
shooting, tomahawk and knife
throwing, fire starting with flint
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I was heartbroken when I
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the parade, picnic and dance.
Again, many thanks to all those
in Marfa responsible for one of
the most enjoyable events of my
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(8) The Marfa Independent, The Big Bend Sentinel, Marfa, Texas, August 6,1987
Wan Horn set to host rodeo
Nc
> m e r c y Astros
Adams suffered the loss. Offen-
(Continued from Page 4)
:. Rodeo, Websters New World
'-Dictionary defines it as a round
"up of cattle, a going around, a
battle grange or to put it in
^modern
terms
a . public
Exhibitions such as saddle bronc
>iding or calf roping.
sively, Aguilar and Brian
Vasquez paced the Gaints with
two apiece followed by Joe
Flores, Ismael Franco and Mike
Spaulding who contributed a sole
homer, each connected on a hit
apiece. The White Sox were led
by Renato Saldana with two hits,
while Adams, Bryan McGee,
Jessie Saldana and Johnny Fuentes had one hit apiece. The
big inning for the winners was the
first inning when they sent eleven
batters to the plate in a 6 run explosion.
The Alpine First National
Bank unit opened with an impressive 15 to 1 victory over the
Kermit Firebugs. Lance Lacy was
the winning pitcher allowing only
four hits, plus going 3 for 4 at the
plate. The only run for the
Firebugs came in the form of
George Moralas who sent a 2-2
Lacy pitch over the fence in the
fifth inning of action. Alpine on
the other hand rode the awesome
offensive display of Robert Gonzales. Gonzales scored three runs
in the contest, and more importantly slammed two home-runs
that travel way and beyond the
ballpark fences. Little Chris Garza carried more than his weight,
contributing four hits on four
trips, while Jo Jo Torres, Gary
Bryant and Carlos Estrada each
had one hit.
Next came a match-up between
the Kermit First National Bank
against the Gaints, and the
Monahans team once again
prevailed but by a close call at 5
to 4. Phillip Molina was the winning pitcher, while Aguilar took
credit for a save. For Kermit,
Haynes Parson suffered the loss,
but not by his own omission as
the righthander threw a five hitter
at the Gaints. Spaulding had twc
hits to pace Monahans, followec.
by Jeffery Reyes, Vasquez, and
Molinar with one each. Kermit
was paced by Albert Garcia with
two bangers, plus Parson, Gar;1
Pilkinton, Kyle Haygood, am
Arturo Muniz each conncctec
on one. The Gaints scored mos'
of their runs.in the fourth wher
they crossed four, while Kermit;
last ditch effort fail just one rur
short when they scored three in
their last at bat, plus a runner wa;
on third base when the final oui
was recorded.
Two of the first round losers,
Alpine and the White Sox tangled
it on Tuesday afternoon, and
what a ballgame it was. Alpine
which was everybodies choice as
the team that would meet
Presidio in the championship
game hurt themselves when they
did not pitch one of their top two
pitchers, and before they knew it
trailed 9 to zero. That far behind,
Alpine brought in Lacy but that
was to little to late as the White
Sox surprised them by a 12 to 10
count.
Gonzales added two more
home runs whilt* Torres and—
Adam Valdez added one. Alpine
scored 2 in the third and fourth
plus 6 in the sixth before the final
put out, which the Alpine
coaching staff protested as a bad
call, but to no avail. Monahans
meanwhile was led by R. Saldana
with 3 hits, followed by Fuentes
and Cy Middlebrook with two
hits each, and Joel Salgado, Adams, and Martin Morales each
contributed one. Gonzales and
Frank Rodriguez each had two
hits for Alpine, while losing pitcher Garza, - Lacy, Torres,
Valdez, and Estrada each had
one.
Both Kermit teams met late
Tuesday, and the Firebugs won
10 to 7. Moralas was the winning
pitcher, while Albert Garcia suffered the loss. Leading hitters for
the Bugs were Sean Riley, Jason
Mills, Pete Velasguez, Moralas
and Toby Payne with two hits
apiece. For the First National
Kermit team, Garrbn Halterman,
August 14th, and ISth, 1987 in
Van Horn, Texas your dream can McCall and Murrillo Sanchez
become a reality, like it did for while Escontrias, Beto Carrasco,
Charmayne
James,
Tuff Renteria, Carlo Armendariz and
Hedeman, Jim Sharp, and Roy Alex Armendariz each stroked
one hit each. For the White Sox,
Cooper to name a few.
four individuals stroked homeOn August 14 and ISth, 1987, runs including a two run shot by
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'•> I don't suppose a kid ever grew at 8:00 p.m. at the Van Horn T.J. Adams in the third inning, a
iip in the United States of Arena an open rodeo will be held. two run blow by Jessie Saldana in
Rodeos began in the early days the sixth plus a grand slam by R.
America that didn't play
irowboys and indians, and dream of the cattle industry when men Saldana in the same inning, and
of being a Wild Bill Elliot, Gene gathered at cowtowns at round ' a solo by Stacy Walls before
tAutry or Roy Rogers. I suppose up time. They amused themselves finally the Astros got Clay
lhats because buried deep within by informal competition. In time Collins to strike-out for the third
every man, whether he wears a these contests developed into out.
All in all, Presidio defeated
business suit or a pair of faded todays formal rodeos.
jeans there's a little bit of cowboy
Van Horn hopes to host old Alpine in the opening round 7 to
in us all.
fashion excitement with modern 6 in a ballgame that took two extra innings of action to determine
day competition.
Ladies and Gentleman on
The rodeo will be produced by a winner, plus the Monahans
Southwest
Championship Giants 13 to 1 in the semi-finals.
In their route over the Gaints,
Rodeos .of Carlsbad, New Sanchez
pitched a complete game
Mexico.
on the mound, plus adding a
along side of teamTo the Editor:
Events include: Bareback home-run
mates Barriga, Guevara, and
We, the undersigned, former Riding $50.00.
Renteria whom all homered. The
Black well Exes, now residing in
Bull Riding $50.00
Gaints only run also came via the
Fort Stockton, commend the enCalf Roping $50.00
swing when Benny tire committee and community
Team Roping 550/team (can home-run
Aguilar clouded a one strike pitch
for an outstanding three day enter twice)
from Sanchez over the centerfield
reunion and a job well done!
Barrel Racing $40.00
fence in the fourth. .Overall,
It was a great joy to reminisce,
Stock charge $10.00 and a ofensively, Guevara paced the
fellowship, and share our goals $2.00 office charge.
Astros at the plate with three hits
of long ago and our accomplishCall in to enter August 10th,
ments
wth
our
former 1987, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. followed by Barriga and Renteria
with two, and McCall, Sanchez,
schoolmates and faculty.
MDT Enter Phone (505) 887We will long remember the 6396. Cash only-no checks. Ad-, Carrasco and Julio Arenivas each
wonderful week-end for years to mission is adults $3.00, children contributed one hit. The Gaints
meanwhile could mustard only
come, and we are looking for-, $2.00, under 6 free.
four
hits off of Sanchez with Jefward to attending Black well's
In West Texas, rodeos are fery Reyes, Joe Flores', Bryan
100th celebration in 1989!
scarce. Van Horn would like to Vasquez and Aguilar each having
Sincerelys, make theirs an annual event. To one.
/s/Landa Navarrete Rodriguez do that we must .have support
The tournament as a whole
/s/Arabella Salgado Granado from surrounding communities.
• /s/Dr.P.H.(Pat)Cordero Bring your families to ride or see produced 30 home-runs including
/s/Dola Dominguez Rodriguez rough, and tough rodeo ex- three each from Guevara and
Barriga. Guevara swing simply is
/s/Estella Miller (Ramirez) citement.
as powerful as you'll find in little
/s/Maggie L. Espinoza
/s/Betty Soto Moralez
For more infor call: Jody league baseball, plus has excellent
eye and ball coordination to aid his
/s/Tiodoso Valezula Shackelford at (915) 283-2790.
/s/Bessie Miller Gonzales Open the chute boys, and lets < power in the swing. Barriga, just is
simply awesome. Here is a small
/s/Eva Miller Ibarra ridel
frame ballplayer who had more
than any other Astro to do with
their success. A lefthanded hitter
whose stroke is a pretty as it
comes. He can hit, was the
foot her senior year.
(Continued from Page 5)
leagues best pitcher prior to an
Sample called her a "sleeper." injury in his throwing shoulder,
All-District honors in basketball
this season, and was a second "Since she missed her entire yet an injury that has not stopped
team choice her junior year. She senior season with an injury, I him from hitting anybodies pitch
was named to the All-Central think she was overlooked. She over the fences. One more note of
Texas team, honorable mention was an excellent player her junior atheltic exception is his speed.
this season. In basketball, she year and will provide some out- Barriga is as fast as a little leaguer
scored 9.S points a game and side scoring for us." She was as you'll find down the first base
recruited by former Lobo basket- line, and in fact it was his speed
pulled down 8.2 rebounds.
"Stacie is a very strong player ball player and Bronte High School that rallied the Astros in their
with a lot of desire. She is going Coach David Tandy.
slim victory over Alpine.
Jones, 5-2, was the District 11to surprise people with her hustle
In other tournament contest,
and determination, and her 2A champion in the 100-meter most teams seem to beat one or
hurdles.
She
set
the
high
school
height will be an asset to the enthe other in the road that would
record for the event at 17:43.
tire program," Sample said.
lead to a match-up with the
Sample said, "Brandi is an ex- Astros. For the White Sox, it all
Ressel, 5-8, served as team captain for her Odessa High School cellent athlete who will provide started on a sour note, when they
team. "Renay has a strong desire strength in several track events. lost their opening ballgame
to play college ball," Sample Her specialty is the hurdles where against their hometown rivals,
said, "and she could develop into she broke the school record in Monahans Gaints 8 to zero. Bena good player. She hustles and spite of the fact that she did not ny Aguilar was the winning pithas the determination to play for have a track on which to prac- cher plus adding a two run hometice." She will also be playing for run in the first inning, while T.J.
the Lady Lobos."
the Lady Lobo volleyball team.
- . Wilson, 3-6, Ml 14.1 points a
—
game and averaged 6.2 rebounds.
She was named All-District for
two consecutive years and
received All-Tournament honors
seven times.
"Carla is a good competitor
from a strong program. She will
play a guard position for the
Lady Lobos," Sample said. "Her
outside scoring will be a boost for
the entire team." She was
recruited by her coach, MelHoward, a former Sul Ross
graduate student.
Hart, a 5-8 post, was an AllDistrict choice this season and
received honorable mention
honors last season. She was also
named to the Del Rio AllTournament team.
"Melissa is a strong and quick
inside player with good jumping
ability. She likes to press and fast
break, so she will fit right in on
the Lady Lobo team," Sample
said. "She will be pushing for a
starting position for the Lady
:-U*5S
Lobos."
Reyes, 5-3, received All- Congratulations an offered to an unidentified Presidio Astro
District honors her junior year as he crosses home plate during the district championship
but was sidelined with a broken contest.
Letter to the Editor
Presidio star
and Parson each had two hits
-while Garcia, Pilkinton, and
Muniz had one.
In the next to the last contest,
the White Sox defeated the Bugs
10 to 2 behind the pitching of
Clay Collins; while Geno Montes
suffered the loss. McGee and J.
Saldana each had 2 hits for the
winners while Montes had two
hits in a losing cause. Finally in
the losers bracket representative
contest the White Sox took some
revenge for an earlier loss to the
Gaints when they defeated them
11 to 7 before losing to the
district champions
Presidio
Astros in the title match 13 tolO.
The Astros are in the state
tournament this week being held
in Palespine, and The Marfa Independent, was not able to get information by late Wednesday afternoon.
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Much to the delight of Presidio Astros first base coach, Mr.
Mancha, Ceasar Barriga crosses home plate after his second
home-run of their championship win over the Monahans White
Sox.
After a home-run trot around the bases, Jerry Guevara steps on
home plate, as a reward for his accomplishment.
Ceasar Barriga of the Presidio Astros had no problems
keeping his eyes on a ball he had just hit over the fence during
the 13 to 10 victory over Monahans. Barriga had two home-runs
for the eventual district champs.
MARFA HIGH SCHOOL
1987 Volleyball Schedule
DATE
August 17
August 18
August 20
August 20
August 25
August 27
August 28
September 3
Septembers
September 8
September 12
September 15
September 19
September 22*
September 26
September 29*
October 6»
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Ft. Stockton Freshman A JV (scrim.)
Fort Davis
Pecos Freshman
Valentine
Grandfalls
Ft. Stockton Freshman
Grandfalls
Ft. Davit
Van Horn Tournament
Buena Vista
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Buenta Vista
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Van Horn
Ft. Davis Tournament
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Monahans White Sox. The Astros won the contest 13 to 10.
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Obituaries
to Hit's All in the
dependent School District.
Survivors include two sons,
Robert Hendry and James R.
Hendry, both of San Angelo; one
daughter, Francine Ryan of Lubbock; and one grandson, Eric of
Lubbock.
Hendry
James Edison Hendry, 68, died
Saturday at his residence.
Graveside
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Cemetery, directed by Robert
Massie Funeral Home.
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Louin, Miss. He was a retired
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daughter, Socorro Saenz of
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3J57K4R147149 on 8-2-87 in Own your own apparel or shoe store,
Alpine, Texas. Case Number - DLS- choose from: jean/sportswear,
PUBUC NOTICE
ladies/ ' apparel.
men's,:
87-5845;
COMPUTER READING/
1977 Pontiac Gran Prix. Vin: children/maternity, large sizes,-,
WRITING LAB PLANNED
The Presidio Independent School 2J57Y7A219307 on 8-1-87 in petite, dancewear/aerobic. bridal.,
District is taking bids'on a Computer Alpine, Texas, Case Number • DLS- lingerie or accessories store. Add
color analysis. Brands: Liz ClaiborAssisted
Reading/Writing 87-5846.
Any person desiring to place this ne, Gasoline. Heatthtex. Levi, Lee.
Laboratory.
Specification are as follows: Apple matter In the U.S. District Court in Camp Beverly Hills. St Michele,.
lie computers with disk drive and order to contest the probable cause Chaus. Outback Red. Genesis.
color monitor, courseware, con- for such seizure, must file with the Forenza, Organically Grown, over
sultant, inservice. and technical ser- Chief Patrol Agent. U.S. Border 2000 others. Or $13.99 one price
Patrol. P.O. Box I, Marfa. Texas designer, muiti tier pricing discount
vices; carrels and work tables.
Bids should be submitted to Rene 79843. a claim and cost bond of or family shoe store. Retail prices,
Franco. Superintendent. P.O. Box S. S2.500 or 10% of the appraised unbelievable for quality shoes norPresidio; Texas 79845 by August 11. value of the conveyance but not less mally priced from $19. To $80. Over
1987. The School Board will review than $250.00.with approved sureties 250 brands 2600 styles. $14,800 to
the bids at their regular meeting on or before August 2 6 . . 1987. $26,900: inventory, training, fixAugust 12. 1987. The right to reject Otherwise, the property will be ad- tures, grand opening, airfare, etc.
any or all bids will be observed by ministratively forfeited pursuant to 8 Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin
USC 1324(b) and will be disposed of (612)888-6555.
the Board.
19-1tp
according
to law. Interested parties
PISD-AUGUST*6.1987
may file petitions for remission or
PUBLIC NOTICE
mitigation of forfeiture with the Chief
ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS
Sealed BIDS for the replacement of Patrol Agent pursuant to 8 CFR
natural gas lines in Marfa. Texas, 274.1-274.16. without filing a claim
In
U]>j>K(iuti(m
will bejeceived by Southwest Texas and cost bond.
Hugh J. Rushton
Municipal Gas Corporation until 5:00
• Chief Patrol Agent
p.m.. August 10. 1987. at the CorWe wish to extend our thanks to all
U.S. Border Patrol
poration Office in Marfa. Texas. BIDS
our friends and relatives, for your
Marfa. Texas
will be publicly opened and read
many expressions of sympathy;
Dated: August 3.1987
aloud at 7:30 p.m.. August 10.
prayers, and each deed of kindness.:
1987. at the Southwest Texas USRP-AUG 6. 13. 20. 1987
in our time of sorrow. God bless you.Municipal Gas Corporation Board of
Mr. and Mrs.
Directors Meeting at the Corporation
Ben 0 . Gonzales
Office in Marfa. Texas.
19-1tp
Classified Deadline
The major elements of work con5 p.m. Monday
sist of furnishing and installing approximately 43,415 feet of 3 " , 2 " .
Ilelj)
uanted
iVa". and 1 " polyethylene pipe by
insertion
and/or . replacement,
polyethylene valves and valve boxes,
FEDERAL. STATE & CIVIL SERVICE
tapping' saddles, service lines,
JOBS $16,707 to $59,148/year,
anodeless risers, lockstops, yard
Now Hiring. CALL JOB LINE 1-518lines, pipeline markers, testing, House for Rent: 413 N. Hill Street. 3 459-3611 Ext F6690 for info. 24 HR.
pavement repair, and clean up.
bedrooms, 2 baths. Call 915-72919-3tp
Plans and Specifications are 4632.
available for inspection at the Cor17-tfc Home health LVN, fulltime. Must
poration Office in Marfa, Texas. The
have transportation, phone and
Plans and Specifications may be obprefer Spanish speaking. Please aptained from Joe K. Wells. Jr..
ply at Brewster Memorial Hospital.
datumsales
Engineer, upon deposit of $35.00 for
P.O. Box 180, Alpine. Texas 79831.
each set. Bidders returning the
16-1tc
documents by August 1 1 , 1987, in
PORCH
SALE:
Alfredo
Rodriguez
good condition will be refunded
rflsldenea, filfl N Summer-Satu^
J25JML
Misc-rlluiu
Joe K.Wells, Jr., P.E. day, 9 a.m. till 3 p.m. Lots of
bargains,
no
previous
sales.
Engineer for
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Southwest Texas Municipal
Gas Corporation
ALFALFA HAY
RUMMAGE SALE: Friday, Aug. 7, 9
STMGC-AUGUST6,1987
and
Livestock Sift
a.m. • ? , Hugh Rushton res.
PUBLIC NOTICE
For
Sale
by the Ton
19-1tp
THE STATE OF TEXAS
with Gooseneck Trailer
TO: Ismael Venegas Espudo and to
or Semi-Truck
all whom it may concern, Respon$95 to $125 Per Ton
dents),
•••CARPORT S A L E * * *
FOB
GREETINGS:
Saturday, Aug. 8thRay or Stewart Whatley
YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED
9 a.m.-?
915-283-2962 or 283*2781
to appear and answer before the
I I «w
108 W.Columbia
Honorable District Court 83rd Judicial
Anne & Yvonne's res.
BARGAIN '
District, Presidio County, Texas, at
Ex-Ford dealer has complete parts
the Courthouse of said county in
Mini-Sz. P-Up Rear Window
inventory for sale. Contact Pierces at
Marfa, Texas, at or before 10 o'clock
Console Stereo Unit
915-729-4336. Box 575, Marfa. Tx.
a.m. of the Monday next after the
2 • Patio Door Screens
79843.
expiration of 20 days from the date of
Dog House - Old Bottles
19*2tc
service of this citation, then and
Dishes. Pots & Pans
there to answer the petition of Olivia
LOTS OF ODDS & ENDS
FOR SALE: Used bedspreads,
Alarcon De Espudo, Petitioner, filed
drapes, linens, typewriter, color
in said Court on the 19th day of
TVs. bedroom furniture, box
February, 1987, against Ismael
springs, carpet. Contact office at the
Venegas Espudo Respondent and in
.S/><'< ml
notici'
Holiday Capri.
'the interest of Fabian Espudo, and
the said suit being numbered 5387
19*2tc
on the docket of said Court, and en- Electrolux, Singer • others., since
nANOFORSALE"
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titled " I n the Matter of Marriage of 1952. Sew-Vac Sales and Service,
Ollva Alarcon de Espudo and Ismael Nita and Stan Dempsey. 520 N. WANTED: • Responsible party to
Venegas Espudo," the nature of Austin. 729-4292. P.O. Box 487. assume small monthly payments on
piano. See locally. Call Credit
which suit Is a request to a divorce.
Marfa. Texas 79843.
Manager 1-800-447-4266. ,
52-tfp
The Court has authority in this suit
18-4tp
to enter any judgment or decree
dissolving the marriage and
Want to purchase right rear quarter
Or. Thomas L. Coats
providing for the division of property
panel for 1966 Baracuda. Call 729Optometrist
which will be binding on you.
4334 or 729-4230 after 5 p.m.'
Hill Building. Alpine. Texas
Issued and given under my hand
Hrs.9a.m. - 5 p.m.
50-tfp
and the Seal of said Court at Marfa,
Wed. & Sat. 9-12
Texas, this the 28th day of July A.D.
837-2643
1987.
Attest:
Heal
i
\tiii<
RAMONA LARA, Clerk,
FOR SALE OR LEASE
of the 83rd District Court,
Presidio County. Texas
Large modern commercial
Government Homes from $ 1 (UBy /s/Sally Ann Leos. Deputy
building in best location
Repair). Also tax delinquent and
CRKB-AUGUST6.1987
In Marfa.
foreclosure properties. AvaHibte
PUBUC NOTICE
now. For listing call 1*315-733*
Notice is hereby given that the
New mountain cabin on 7.25 ac
6062. ext. G-1654.
listed conveyances were seized for
In Davis Mountains over 1 mile
19-Stp
violation of 8 USC 1324(b).
high, near Bloys Encampment.
197S
GMC Pickup. Vin:
TCL448F731048 on 7-31-87 In MarClean house trailer in Marfa.
fa. Texas. Case Number • DLS-87*
Carolyn Renfroe. Broker
5842'
Eddie Pierce - Box 575.
Homes • Ranches1977 Oldsmoblle Delta 88. Vin:
Marfa, Tx. 79843
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