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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 Starr Roping Club Rodeo...Sunday afternoon... m m . r-.,.. r?v' f '■'i v '*'♦ m 1 y RODEO-RODEO-RODEO — That's the pass word from the Starr County Roping Club held by Junior Cantu of Rio Grande City. Pic- tured here are some shots of last year's featured attraction by the club. Their Rodeo is held at the Sagunada Ranch about six miles north on FM 755. Cantu assures that everyone will have a "whoop- ing good time" at their annual rodeo. Stock will be provided by the King Brothers of Weslaco and Lone Star Brewry will provide the sound truck. The public is invited to attend the South Texas National Finals Rodeo. (Herald Photos by Raul Trejo) £3 ^ WAKE- UP EARLYSATURDAY MORNING AND GO VISIT AND WELCOME OUR FRIENDS FROM CAMARGO ALSO EN.TO Y ^th 'l v t T TJh I H r\ \_jA1A V a % ' m r-Lamar; Bridge Company Rio Grande City - 1

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

LEGAL NOTICE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972 3JJ.BBUBBJLBJ.B.B,Bflgfl8B8siP^ THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 — CI T1 T< fei M. He Ju C< Gl wi o'« da fo: thi sa io sa Ot nu sa Se R. tu to as til wl of tu: wl sa 01' le .h I in *1 .3 WOMANS TOUCH NOTICE OF BOND ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NUMBER 2 TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED PROPERTY TAXPAYING VOT- TERS CF THE STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVE- MENT DISTRICT NUMBER 2, WHO HAVE DULY RENDERED THEIR PROPERTY FOR TAXATION; AND TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED ELECTORb OF SAID DISTRICT: TAKE NO') ICE that elections will be held in Starr County Water Control and Improvement District Number 2 on the 30 day of De- cember, 1972, in obedience to an order duly entered by the Board of Directors of said District, which is attached hereto and made a part of this Notice for all intents and purposes. WITNESS MY HAND AND SEAL OF SAID DISTRICT, this the 21st day of November, 1972. Miguel Hi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

I THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1972 -BKLGBANDE HERALD PAr.F 10 Noticias del Expanded Nutrition Program Artist To Highlight Wildcat Show El dla moderno la gal Una es un pajaro de la hlstorla. Es un membro de la famllla zoologlca con una genealogia por lo menos un mlllon de anos. Su exlstencia puede ser senala- da por Bauaria, India, y el Este y las Indies del Oeste, Nuevo Zealand, Australia, Greenland, y las lslas del Pacifico, Great Britain, Egypt, China, y Malays, Roma, Francla y America. A1 prlnclplo estos aves ron- daban llbertadamente por los bosques y los labores — pero el hombre pronto reliazo que se estaba perdlendo algo. En el preclplo de la era Christi- ana, comenso a domlstlcar los polios planindo como crlalos. El polio todavla esta aqui. Su popullrldad es grande, dice el U.S. Departamento de Agri- cultura. America no es una exception. Pero el reporte del Consum- ldador del USDA y los Servi- cios de las Marketas que los polios estan blen venidos. Plan- ea a incluir muchos platos...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

WW ii tii y i THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Miss Starr County contest—Friday night...7:30 Miss Starr County of 1973 will be selected at the RGC Lion's Club Beauty Contest Friday night at 7:30 in the Rio Grande City High School gym. "It is part of our American tradition — to pick someone to represent our community," stated Ruben Saenz, who is working with Al- berto Barrera and Rene Rolando Lopez on the pageant plans. The public is invited to attend. Over 30 High School girls from throughout Starr County will Leticia Pena - Amando'sGulf Service Station Leticia de la Garza - Mam- selle's San Juanita Garza ro's Auto Parts Laza- Ana Liza Lopez Enterprises Border <-L-r i} X. ' L i N "i >. Ana Belsa Barrera - Val- Carolina Alvarado - Rio U-Mart Grande Department Store Laura Ramos - Cesar Sali- nas Pharmacy Diana Vela - Texas Cafe compete in the contest. Lion's Club Queens will also be select- ed at this time by the San Isi— dro, Roma, and Rio Grande City L...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 30. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 * >i> I ! r r I f f J i Norma Carrera - Ceballos Rosarlo Garcia-Palace Drug Funeral Home Store ■ Herllnda Escobar - Cash and Carry Ana Virginia Benavldes Winn's Stores "Slowest" Auto In Spy Movie Chase Thrills From the studio that gave you the fastest automobile chases in "Vanishing Point" and "The French Connection" now comes a new speed record: the slowest auto chase. Movie- goers can see this prenomenon in 'The Salzburg Connection" which opens Friday and Satur- day at the Garmon Theatre. In 20th Century-Fox's new espionage thriller, filmed on location in Salzburg, Austria, there is a sequence in which the hero, played by Barry Newman, must rescue the heroine, Anna Karina, who has been kidnapped by two men in a Mercedes. Newman hops into a fast little BMW and gives chase on the Linzergasse, a main street in Salzburg. He manages to pass the Mercedes as it continues onto the Linzer Bundesstrasse, which is a very wide na...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

AUSTIN, Tex. — December 31 is the deadline for owners of advertising signs along major interstate, U.S. and state-num- bered highways to apply for per- mits under the new Texas High- way Beautification Act. The act is designed to control all outdoor advertising from big billboards to fence signs along the right-of-way line. It requires that no sign can be erected within 660 feet of an interstate or federal-aid pri- mary highway without a special $25 outdoor advertising license. An additional $5 permit is also required for each sign. On-premise signs — those advertising activities on the land or offering the property for sale -- are exempt. The law, passed and made effective last June 29 to avoid loss of federal road-building aid, will be iniplented in stages. License applications, first stage in the process, must be accompanied by a $2,500 bond for each county in which signs are located up to a $10,000 maximum for owners with signs In more than three counties. Permits will be issued...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 November 1972

1 1 THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 The Office of Consumer Cre- dit Commissioner was created in 1967 to administer and en- force the provisions of the Tex- as Consumer Credit Code. This is the law regulating the major- ity of the consumer credit transactions in Texas. The Commissioner has the respon- sbility of issuing licenses to those in the business of loan- ing monies, and, in general, to supervise and regulate the acti- vities of the licensees. Per- sons making cash loans or sell- ing goods under installment sales agreements fall under the Commissioner's regulation. If you borrow money from a loan company, or purchase an appliance or an automobile in installments over a period of time, the transaction would be one which is regulated by the Commissioner's office. On the other hand, if the loan is one in which the entire a- mount is repayable in a lump sum at the end of the term, ra- t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

\ - -4 0-HerX , 3D Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 48 Thursday, December 7, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas tell it like it a 5/(1 IS • 0 • RAUL TREjO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR It seems like a life time but, it was actually just a cou- ple of years ago that a young man in this community was charged with several charges from furnishing drugs to a minor to statutory rape. To date that young man has not come to trial. We don't want to sound like we're crying for blood, but it seems funny that some of our run-of-the-mill DWI's get to trial before persons like this young man. He laid around in the Starr County jail and finally got a change of venue because of publicity, but he still has not been tried. An Assistant District Attorney from Bexar County told me recently that cases like this one come up almost week- ly in Bexar County and that every drug case is tried within six months. Perhaps our local district attorney can turn the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

All around the town... f with lissa peterson. THLiwDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Rio Grande Herald's Women's Section... The Fifth Annual Starr County Christmas Fiesta was the biggest and best ever! We have a lovely new Miss Starr County, Chayo Gar- cia of Roma, and all the activities of the weekend were well-attend- ed by enthusiastic crowds. The Grand Parade Saturday was seen by many people all over the county and other visitors too. There were so many beautiful floats that represented so much hard work by so many people that it must have been very difficult to select the win- ners. Hats off to the people who had this Job! ********* The Santa and Miss Starr County Children's Pet Show on Sunday was another well-attended event. This is attracting more and more interest every year and could very well be expanded to include more categories, as this is another difficult event to judge with two win- ners only. The children and their pets were all so cute and so eag- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

i- -J I J RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 PAGE 3 Filing opens for water district posts The Starr County WStasJDls- trict and Improvement District Number Two is presently ac- cepting application^ for a Jan- uary 9 election to fill two posi- tions that are up for election this year. The posts presently he.'d by R.P. Bayne and EliseoMirelez, are the ones up for selection. The applicant must live within the district. Absentee voting for the election will begin De- cember 11 at the Water District Office. Filing deadline for the two positions is December 10. HEAD from page 1 violation of my probation," Guerra said. Guerra said that he understood later that Shelton had hit him because he had not said "Hello" to Shelton but that this was no excuse for attacking him. "I kept asking him why he had done it and he kept asking tne what I was going to do about it," Guerra said. Guerra said that he felt the incident came from the fact that his brother and three other teachers had last...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 rfJ- FIRST /^v*^ r\ Inaugurating the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1. 1971 A Letter To The Editor AN OPEN L.ETTER TO THE PUBLIC: It was certainly a privilege to have had an opportunity to take part in co-ordinating the 5th Annual Christmas Fiesta Parade. It was a first for our club (Jaycees), since we had never really played a ma- jor role in the activities of the past years. On behalf of the Rio Grande City Jaycees., I would like to thank and extend our sincere gratitude to all the marvelous people, organ- izations, bands, schools, civic clubs, law enforcing agencies, poli- tical sub-division, merchants, etc., for their unselfish efforts to- ward the success of this 5th Annual Christmas Parade. It's through the participation and united efforts of all the above mentioned that our Annual Christmas Fiesta Parade has become one of the outstanding events of the Starr County Christmas Fiesta. Respectfully yours, J.D. Villarreal,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

I Yearly Increase In Earnings THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 WASHINGTON - Average weekly/earnings of American workers — in dollars of con- stant purchasing power — fell three-tenths of one per cent (o.3) between September and October, but were 3.9 per cent higher than a year ago, the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics reports. This is the largest over-the- year increase in real earnings for any October since the ser- ies became available on a monthly basis in 1964. After al- lowance for usual seasonal movements, earnings increased 0.5 per cent from September to October. The Bureau's report is based on average gross weekly earn- ings for all full-time and part- time production or nonsupervi- sory jobs in the private nonfarm sector of the Nation's economy. Earnings in dollars of constant purchasing power (real earn- ings) are determined by adjus- ting the gross figures for chan- ges in the Consumer Price In- dex. Average gross weekly earn- i...

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

Teachers file suit in Roma school dismissals Roma Independent School dis- trict trustees, two administra- tors and Roma Mayor J.C. Guerra have been suit by four teachers that were not re-hired at the end of last fall's school term. The suit filed by Raul Guerra, was filed in 229th District Court in Rio Grande City against J. C. Guerra, as mayor, Clarence T. Shelton, Roma School Dis- trict Superintendent Ramiro Barrera as High School prin- cipal and Trustees; Virgilio H. Guerra, Hector Salinas, Balde- mar Chapa, Jose Salinas, and Martin Canales. Plaintiffs in the suit are Raul Guerra, Roberto Alvarez, An- tonio Guerra and Alberto Al- varez Jr., the four are seeking some $150,000.00compensatory damages. In their petition the plaintiffs complain of action taken by the Fc:..n School District Board of 1 rustees. The trustees at the time chose not to renew con- tracts for the four teachers. The plaintiffs allege that the de- fendants deprived them of their plaintiffs allege that the defen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE -{ m PET SHOW WINNERS — Veronica Isabel Trevino and her Pomer- anian Chow "Rusty" were chosen by Santa Claus as the "Girl and Pet" winners at the Christmas Festival Pet Show Sunday. "Ronnie" is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnoldo Trevino. The "Boy and Pet" winner chosen by Miss Starr County, Chayo Garcia, was Bill Douglas Pope Jr. and his Eskimo Spitz puppies "Frisky" and "An- gel". Douglas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Douglas pope. He won a "Tuff Boy" truck and young Miss Trevino won an enormous doll. (Photo by Tissa) «.'T® Wm " ■aw Ti tlftillflitillHHIIlllilifllillililllfflil Woman's Touch In Mrs. Ida V Perez Home Demonstration Agent minium^ Fashion doesn't stop with age- it simply redirects itself, ac- cording to Mrs. Ida A. Perez, county Extension Agent. "Enjoy your mature years and select clothes that comple- ment your special charms," she advised, adding that color and fabric play important roles In the redirection. Wha...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

m THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 BLACK WAS NEVER AAUW MORE BEAUTIFUL One of the prettiest Negro stars in Hollywood, Judy Pace was well suited to her role as a fashion model in "Frogs," American Internation- al's excitina screen drama opening Friday at the Garmon Theatre. Theatre. She portrays a guest at an estate in the Florida everglades which is over-run by a deadly in- vasion of swamp creatures driven from their backwater environments by man-made pollution. Judy is an exceptionally busy actress in motion pictures and tele- vision. She is in steady demand as an unusually talented and attractive young star whose magnetism sells tickets. She starred in American In- ternational's biggest grossing pic- ture, "3 in the Attic," and in "3 in the Cellar." She was a lead in the television series "The Young Law- yers" and she appeared in the much- acclaimed television film "Brian's Song." Her ultra-stylish apparel in "Frogs," as the high-fashion beauty, adds an extr...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 I *r t Jj i Farmers Co-Ops Turn To Borrowing Capital To Meet Financial Needs WASHINGTON — Fanners cooperatives are relying lesson What To Tell Children About Santa Claus NEW YORK — Parents wondering what to tell children about Santa Claus get conflict- ing advice from the experts. Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, the child psychoanalyst and profes- sor of education at the Un- iversity of Chicago, says that a child should not be told too ear- ly the facts about Santa be- cause it might force the child to view Christmas in a rational way all his life or even cause the child to fantasize about less benign myths. Dr. LeeSalk, director of pe- diatrie-psychology at New York Hospital-Cornell Medical Cen- ter, believes a child should be told from the beginning that Santa is a make-believe person or it might create an early credibility gap between parent and child. In the middle are a large number of psychiatrists and psychologists who believe chi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

"THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD mwwML*- CHEERLEADERS — The spirit makers for 1972-1973 at San Isidro High School are from left to right: Norma Pena (Freshmen), Sally Ayala, (Senior), Maricela Montalvo (Fresh- men), Audelia Jimenez (Freshmen), Terry Cruz (Junior), and Head Cheerleader, Ninfa Villarreal (Junior). SAN ISIDRO DRUM MAJOR — Leading the fighting Tiger Band for San Isidro High School this year is Maricela Garza. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Requenez Jr. (Herald Photo) U. Welfare Errors May Halt Checks Claiming there's a mistake on one of every four welfare checks, the government is threatening to withhold up to $689 million in federal relief funds next year unless states weed out ineligible and over- paid recipients. The Department of Health, Education and Welfare an- nounced Monday it will begin cutting welfare matching grants in January. Each state's loss will be rors spotted by mandatory, state-run spot checks. The immediate goal HEW offic...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

u, ' ' I ■* Job Interviewers Scheduled At PAU THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 Representatives of Western Michigan University will be on the Pan American University campus Dec. 19 to interview stu- dents who are interested in do- ing graduate work. Ricardo Chapa, director of placement at Pan Am has re- leased the final schedule of job interviews for the fall semes- ter. Visiting the campus Dec. 7-8 will be representatives from the Dallas/Fort Worth airport, who will employ 200 public safety personnel, and the McAllen In- dependent school district which is interested in elementary spe- cial education; health and phy- sical education and music ma- jors for all levels; and art, biology, business education chemistry, English and math at the secondary level. On Dec. 8, representatives from the National Oceanic & At- mospheric Administration will talk to students interested in oceanography, meterology, geography, chemistry, en- gineering, math, physics, biolo- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 December 1972

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