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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

V tell it like it is RAUL TREJO HERAI-D MANAGING EDITOR This year besides some county wide races for dif- ferent positions in our county government will be the seats of Erika Rodriguez and Arthur E. Piper, on the Rio Grande school district board of trustees. Many have indicated they will seek the two posts but none have officially announced. It's always interesting to know that many who want the post are seeking to better the school district situation and even more interesting is the few that attend the school board meetings. Many say they don't have time to attend every meet- ing and we wonder how they'll find time to attend the meetings if elected, which are set for every second Mondaj of the month. Piper has for the most part served good on the board. Although he has failed to show up at important and controversial meetings to avoid the major deci- sions, he has done a good job for the district. His one ambition was to get the district a lighted baseball field but through the yea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

Local youth will receive law degree JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 SAN MARCOS—-A Rio Gran- de City student was among the 599 candidates for December degree completion at Southwest Texas State University. Of the 599 students seeking mid-year completion, 34 were working toward masters de- grees, while 565 were comple- ting bachelors degrees pro- grams. The bachelors level candidates included 160 from the College of Arts and Scien- ces and 405 from the College of Professional Schools. Since Southwest Texas has no mid-year commencement ceremonies, the December graduates will receive their di- plomas in spring graduation ex- ercises May 19. Receiving a bachelors of law enforcement degree from the School of Applied Arts in the College of Professional Schools was Abel Porras, son of Mr. and Mrs. Domingo Porras of 111 Hermosa Dr. in Rio Grande City. CPL announces super watt usage South Texas customers of Central Power and Light Com- pany increased their home use of electricity...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 1 I I I I i M i V; > I ■i i I FIRST vUt JUL I A -<) 1371 7 Inaugurating the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1. 1971 A Letter To The Editor Editor's Note-- The local U.S. Post Office says cooperation is the name of the game. The postal service has recently changed into a system which goes into effect officially on January 8. The new service is asking for the cooperation of postal users. The 'Area Mail Processing Plan' is the new system that is now to be used. Also effective on January 8 will be the departure of mail from the local post office. Mail will leave Rio Grande City for McAllen's SFC center at 4:30 p.m. instead of the previous 5 p.m. Postmaster Lino Perez Jr. announced that no longer will the cus- tomer be able to use the slots at the post office but will be able to speed up his mail by breaking it down to the different areas where his mail is going. * * * * Dear Postal Customer: The United States Postal Service has instit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Teacher Has A Unique Method To Teach Meaning of Prejudice Though she insists it is the hardest work she does all year. Jane Elliott has no intention of giving up the annual learning exercise by which she attempts to bring home to her third-graders the reality of prejudice. 'Teaching about d i s- crirnination doesn't seem to work, but experiencing dis- crimination does.' says the Riceville, Iowa teacher, who for the past four years has been dividing her classes for a two- day period into the brown-eyes and the blue-eyes. The first day one group is made to feel superior by getting extra privileges and lots of praise, while the other is down- graded through denial of privi- leges and constant fault-find- ing. The next day the roles are reversed. "I have to force myself to do it and 1 dread it until it's over.'' Mrs. Elliott admits. "You go into a classroom supposedly to foster growth, a good self-im- age. kindness and love, and then spend tw...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

_ ■ .T AVIIADv Innn mun — JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 I ■Bib & -«■ i ■ wi<i iraffcj. BIRTHDAY BUCK — A.V. Peterson shot thislOpointer on Friday, December 31, just in time for his Granddaughter's New Year's Day birthday present. The 150 lb. buck was bagged from 1G0 yds. on the Elote Ranch at Zapata. Lori Lyn, born January 1, 1971, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Peterson. Rural hero seeked Would you help Texas honor a Rural Hero? If you know of anyone who has risked his own life to save the life of some other person, your nomination might win that per- son a trip to Dallas and a nice plaque on March 20, 1972. The Rural Heroism Award is presented annually to some de- serving person who lias per- formed some act of exceptional bravery during a time of crisis. This rural safety program points up the continuing need for improved safety conditions in our rural areas — at work, at home and at play. The award may go to a per- son credited with pulling anoth-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

IANUARY 6. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE V r s r f \ i i. - i • ( 4\ ' ' i. V' 9 f I \ I /I BATHROOM TISSUE 10 rolls TWO PLY PACKAGED ONLY... S '"kitchen plastics* •CLOTHES PIN BAG*** METAL IRONING BOARD PICTURE FRAMES I BUBBLE — SOAP Assorted styles arid colors Plastic, with nylon bristles Your Choice Adjustable heights from 2 5 to 35 • Choice of Styles • Size 8 x 10 Your choice • Rubber capped legs • Full-size 15" x 54' ventilated top for fast and easy ironing • Fold flat for easy storage JUST.. OA/L Y Bag is 100% cotton, galvanized wire frame, slides freely on line, holds approx. 240 pins Package of 18 wood, spring clothes pins Both for ONLY t t n FOR*! J PIECE GOODS POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT IRONING BOARD PAD and COVER SET Just Arrived! Cottons and blended fabrics in fashion right solids and prints PIECE GOODS ONLY Thick, soft pad. Silicone cover fits standard boards usterin^ Trimmer Razor by All American TRIM IT SHAPE IT RAZOR CUT IT STYLE IT HA I R JOOOOOU ONLY $ OSBM* o contact...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

idays are here/JEEP % HOW! |8 0Z. CAN Ikouhty kist PEAS 303 can CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA BRIGHTER DAVS ARE Hfor § COFFEE iMATfi ■6 OZ .H OATMEAL ADOLPHUS 4 IUT BUI B8 OZ star fire heavy duty stell teflon ii 7 piece chrome COOKWARE SET Wa£qt^eHA. TRUST YOUt NfXT HISCtlPTION TO THE NATION'S LARGEST PHARMACY SERVICE FOR PRESCRIPTIONS WM9 ARE HER ...NOW FILLING OVER ' 24 Million hour 3 oz. 1.39 pne CRiPTiowi A YEAR liAkv iR'ffDOD BARGAIN HUNTERS! V ,f f HOUR AFTER ^IHOUR SPRAY Jz DEO.. .129 WALGREEN CONDITIONING SHAMPOO i QT. WITH PROTEIN HouR r-gs? THE JUG < REVELON > NATURAL T| HONEY * MOISTURE LOTION JOHNNIE WALKER RED DRY WHITE WHISKEY FROST 8/80 STH BAYER ASPIRIN - BAYER ASPIRIN 200'S 1.89 ZAPPLE WINE 89' flAN BEAUTY AAi SANDEMAN $J99 Jk "W" SCOTCH 8 YEARS OLD 4* rLES £u, biers™ 99' DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER APiNC discount prescriptions Coll 467-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 ■ Registered Pharmacist Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop. Lino Canoln Jr.- G*n«roi Manager Rio Gran...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 I) Fires believed to be work of local arsonist Local firemen were kept busy this weekend as a local arsonist took on a trai) of setting fires. Local firemen were called to the home of Joe Caritu on Ava- solo Street to control a blaze From the desk of that had been started in the familys' pickup. The fire was started when someone appar- ently put some gasoline in the front seat of the G8 model pick- up and set fire to It. Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer It's that time of the year a- gain when people all over the country sit down to write their New Year's resolutions. Or if we don't do that, we at least think about ways to improve the quality of our lives and attempt to accomplish some goals. Tex- as health officials urge you to place "good health resolutions" at the top of your list this year. Here's some resolutions for you and your family, courtesy of the Texas State Department of Health: Promise to give your body at least as go...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

I r * JANUARY C. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE Lions' Hunt Will Begin January 15 Approximately 2,000 "hunt- ers" are expected to partici- pate in the world's largest Lion Hunt beginning January 15. They will be armed with ra- dio equipment instead of guns and their goal is not to add to a trophy case, but to spread the ideals of I.ions Clubs' humani- tarian involvement around the world. Last year, the members of the Lions Club of Rio de Jan- eiro (Arpoador) Brazil, con- ceived the idea of a 24-hour period for Lions Club members to communicate via the air- wives, and the Lions Worldwide Amateur Radio Roundup was born. The fact that the suggestion came from their particular club is not unusual, as all their mem- bers are amateur radio opera- tors. Planned as much more than a contest, the real purpose of this unique program is to promote international relations and to LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS To any Sheriff or any Constable with the State of Tex a s-GRE E T- LNG: You are hereby commanded ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Legal Notice Legal Notice Legal Notice II Notice of Water Control and Improvement District Directors Election THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR TO THE RESIDENTQUALIFIED VOTERS OF STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IM- PROVEMENT DISTRICTNO. 2: Take Notice that an election will be held on the 11th day of January, 1972, at the places, In the manner, and for the candi- dates for the office of said dis- trict, as set forth In the attached copy of an order for directors' election, duly entered by the Board of Directors of said a- bove mentioned district on the 14th day of December, 1971. Said attached Order for Direc- tors' Election is made a part of this notice for all intents and purposes. Miguel Hlnojosa President, Board of Directors O. A. Garza Secretary, Board of Directors * * Order for Directors Election THE STATC OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR On this the 14th day of DE- CEMBER, 1971, the Board of Directors of STARR County Water Control and Impr...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

r t JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Kika Expounds on Surtax " ^ • ( f. •) > Mission, the Rio Grande Valley and many other areas bordering Mexico do not fit into the United States' pattern relating to the surtax, U.S. Rep. Kika de la Garza says. "The surtax had nothing to do with Mexico ami Canada," the Congressman told Mission Lions Wednesday. "It was aimed primarily at Europe, the Common Market and Japan. "But unfortunately the Valley doesn't fit into this pattern. The trouble with Mexico is they have a tremendous trade deficit with the United States. But this is not true on the border. We pump a lot into Mexico and they pump a lot into the Valley. Here on the border we do not have the problem that Mexico as a whole has." Rep. de la Garza, home for the holidays while Congress was in recess, told the Lions of pending legislation that will affect the Valley. Chief among these items, he said, is flood control for the Rio Grande River basin. "Flood control money is a- ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 I THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas t What is a pyramid or multi- level marketing plan? Basical- ly, under this sales scheme, a company sells a contract to individuals which permits them to market a "fabulous" new product or service. These indi- viduals in turn induce others to m The Rio Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Pub- lishing Company, Incorporated, 102 East Second Street. Raul Trejo, Managing Editor and General Manager. Second Class mail privileges authorized at the Post Office at Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582. Subscrip- tion Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per year; Outside Starr County, $3.50 per year. Mail- ing Address: P. O. Box 452, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582. Tel. No. 487-2819. PHARMACY TOPICS A team of scientists from A- labama, Canada and Scotland working on antidotes for such drugs as LSD have found an a- gent able to cancel the effects of halluci...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 January 1972

JANUARY 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 STATE r AUSTIN—A three-judge fed- eral court In San Antonio stunned Texas public officials with a Christmas Eve decision that thi state's system of finan- cing public schools is unconsti- tutional. The ruling, which Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes called one of the most far reaching in recent his- tory, triggered a round of new studies and re-directed atten- tion to prior studies of alterna- tive finance formulas. To make education "a func- tion of the local property tax base" violates constitutional guarantees of equal protection under the laws, the three judg- es held. Parents and children of Edge wood Independent School District (Bexar County) filed the suit on July 30, 1968. Allowing each district to set property taxes to raise a portion of instructional costs discrim- inates against poor districts with low property values and frequently high minority group populations, the court contend- ed. Judges gave state legislators two years to work out a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

Court boots Alvarez, Lozano next in line.... -1 by RAUL trejo HERhLD managing editor The Starr County Commis- sioners Court In their regular January meeting Monday after- noon, moved to remove Rey- mundo Alvarez as constable of precinct two, moved to borrow $150,000 to pay off other debts and heard a report on Avasolo Street in a three hour meeting with various other items being discussed. County audilir E. G. Gonza- lez told the court that present- ly the county had $126,736.00. However, Gonzalez told the court that a large portion of these funds were restricted funds. The court heard a rec- ommendation from the auditor and the treasurer that the coun- ty borrow $150,000 to pay off the last note that the county has with the First State Bank of Premont and meet other obli- gations. The county judge ex- pressed hope that the county would not have to borrow again. Commissioner J. M. Longoria moved that the county judge be tell it like it IS« • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Commi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

ART EXHIBIT--The South Texas Artmoblle will return to Rio Grande City with Exhibition III — "Mexico: Art Through the Ages". Sponsored by the Dougherty Carr Arts Foundation of Corpus Christi, the Exhibit includes paintings and sculpture from Indian, Colonial, and Modern periods. The Exhibit is on loan from the Department of Cultural Affairsofthe Republic of Mexico. Mrs. George Spikes of Beeville, Mrs. O.C. Hamilton, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Hartwell Kennard of McAllen are also exhibiting paintings and sculpture in the Exhibit. The Artino- bile will travel throughout South Texas to a twenty county ar- ea, as far as Victoria to the east, Karnes City to the north, Laredo to the west, and the Rio Grande Valley to the south. The mobile museum will stay in each town approximately one week, where special visits by schools, college groups, civic clubs, and organizations will be pre-scheduled. The Artmobilewillbe parked at Val-U-Mart from February 1 thru 4, Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri. School child...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 PAGE 3 Maria Elena to reign at Donna DONNA — Dates for the twenty-first South Texas Lamb and Sheep Exposition were an- nounced by Maurice Bell, Pre- sident, as the 20th, 21st, 22nd, and 234d of January, 1972 in Donna, Texas. Of interest to all will be the midway attractions, carnival, special wool exhibits, all wool style show, the agricultural, educational and commercial exhibits, wild life exhibit, con- cessions, fat lamb auction and the big beauty contest. The South Texas Lamb and Sheep Exposition, sometimes referred to as the Donna Lamb Show, will get under way Janu- ary 20th with the traditional "Blue Jean Queen" contest at 8:00 p.m. in the National Guard Armory in Donna. During the afternoon, all girl 4-H entries and all fat lamb and breeding lambs will be accepted by the officials at the Exposition. Friday, January 21 st, weigh- ing-in, sifting and judging of all sheep and fat lambs will take place for Classes I, II, and III, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

ECOLOGICAL MUSIC ST LOUIS - An Eco- logical Concert, consisting of music influenced by the earth's environment, will be presented next May 14 by the St Louis Symphony Orchestra The program will be Vi- valdi's ' Tempesto del Mare Concerto.'' Rorem's "Eagles." Hoist s Suite from The Plan ets." Debussy's Prelude to the Afternoon of a Kaun.' Schick- ele's A Zoo Called Earth and Respighi's The Pines of Rome " Peter Schickele's "A Zoo Called Earth' was commis- sioned and premiered at a St THURSDAY. JANUARY 13. 197!> THF RTn r.mnnF hfrai.D PAOF 4 The Rio Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Pub- lishing Company, Incorporated, 102 East Second Street. Raul Trejo, Managing Editor and General Manager. Second Class mail privileges authorized at the Post Office at Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582. Subscrip- tion Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per year; Outside Starr County, $3.50 per year. Mail- ing Address: P. O. Box 452, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582. Tel. No....

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