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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

jftwBtejtto*Rotary honors children... t ROTARY CHRISTMAS PARTY — The children of the local Rotarians presented a Christ- mas program at their Christmas party Sunday afternoon. Each held a letter from the word "Christmas" and gave its meaning. Miss Kesha Merrick, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.L. Neiderjohn, read for the "Giving to Jesus" program. (Photo by Tissa) W LV; Going To A Out...? Find Everything You'll Need From Our stunning Collection at GUEMAR SHOP SANTA GREETS ROTARIAN'S CHILDREN — Santa Claus surprised and delighted the children at the Rotary Christmas party Sunday. Each child was given a gift from Santa from under the huge tree. (Photo by Tissa") THE IMPORTANCE OF VITAMIN B W-25. Without proteins,we would be unable to sustain life. And without vitamin known scientifically as pyridoxin? we would be unable to use these vital "building blocks of life." Vitamin has many im- portant roles in metabolism, particularly in the formation of certain proteins and in the use of fat...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

II - ' A THIS YEAR, LIKE EVERY YEAR \ LET LFD BE YOUR SANTA CI. VUSU OPEN EVERY PURCHASE HAS A BONUS BUY F3S ONLY J* iJvX-TRA BUYS A TOASTER WITH PURCHASE OF AN AUTOMATIC WASHER EVERY PURCHASE FOR X-MAS ENTITLES YOU TO YOUR PERSONAL GIFT FOR ONLY 23' XTRA BUYS A k CLOCK RADIO WITH PURCHASE OF A nCLINIR 23* XTRA ours A WALL CABINET WITH PURCHASE OF A SINK ! Pte m WW SANTA CLAUSl 300 E. MAIN a —N * m T | WHAT X-25 Mil OUR LFD U 1 Every item in the store i{ prize or bonus added tc low prices-25' more wi! item. Pay 25' more a decorator tables, pure 25' X-tra you get a ma savings on every iter' Christmas shopping at for you! mm mm WITH PURCHASE 1 PRIZE 23' X-TRA BUYS A MAnRESS, BOX SPRING WITH PURCHASE OF A BEDROOM SUITE PLUS 24 EXTRA X-CITiNG PRIZES Drawing Dtfcwnbw 23 ■Hi FURNITURES LFD WILL REMAIN <

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

Lib L ;.r I r tc " «- 1HURSDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reportsi WASHINGTON, D.C. --Find- ings of a comprehensive soil survey of Starr County, conduc- ted by the Soil Conservation Service of the US Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the Texas Agricultural Exper- iment Station, have been pub- lished in book form by the Gov- ernment Printing Office. This authoritative document, complete with soil maps, con- tains valuable information that can be applied in managing farms and ranches in selecting sites for roads, ponds, build- ings, and other structures and in judging the suitability of tracts of land for farming, in- dustry, and recreation. Soil scientists made this sur- vey to learn what kinds of soil are found in Starr County, where they are located, and how they can be used. The publication giving the results of their study will help farmers and those who work with farmers to learn more a- bout use and management of th...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

WALDORF TISSUE k \ \/ KRAFT CHEESE PIZZA 25 LB. 15 3/4 OZ. WWWm •ENJOY / SODAS BEEF PATTIEST'0"H0".!!.... h.B«.6 < 48 oz. INSTANT CHOCOLATE .. i u.. 6 < CHILI ,..3™$l.00 (wrM i mrs. tucker s On Your ruirvcu campbells InlLIVCN with rice 2 for 37< 5 « $l. LETTUCE large uFAn I9C CAULIFLOWER 39< ORANGES bag 49< CATSUP 14 oz RINSO SILVER STAR COFFEE KING SIZE GREEN ONIONS Our Special FRESH PORK BUTT ROAST 95% MEAT SWIFT HOSTESS FRESH PORK $ STEAK swift premium romait SAUCE DOWN! christmas FOAM hygeia MELLClE ROAST ONLY 7 LB. OR OVER Fl PORK HEADS swift premium BUTTERBALL TURKEYS damftl swift premium 3 lb. can $3.35 3 lb. cam $ 3.78 yW, PICNIC SW,FT HAM HAM.SWIFT 5 lb. <an $6.25 HAMS.SW!FTSM0KED lb 95< BOLOGNA, SALAMI LUNCH MEAT 6oz.pkg.3™$|.00 lb 88< BACONSWEET RASHER lb. 69< SEVEN or SHOULDER STEAK.,lb88< CHUCK 6LA.DE.CUT tB 79< STEW MEAT.B0NELESS. lb. 99< CHILI MEAT lb. 98< BEEF RIBS LB. 69C SMOKED PICNIC LB 49< CHORIZO EL VALLE lb 39< frank...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

i garden club SALAD RESSING h / JU6 OLD CROW11"" $J.99 s la — jlUH W////y^ rD'"~ $1.99 l*G | SEAGRAM IJSjjT $4.19 yy COLD DUCK $1.99 CWSCO ■ MATEUS"""" 'Wafyteesc'L FOR PRESCRIPTIONS NORWICH ASPIRINS ► INFRA-RUB CREAM 500 TABS REG. 1.98 3.3 OZ. % wflllUWYN 33 OZ % 1/2 GALLON COFEEMATE 6M KOTEX iiwR 3 ™«$l.00 BANQUET COOKING BAGS 4- -$l.00 PUMPKIN PIES H°"T0" 4'™ $1.00 FISH STICKS "SMC"Bor il, 99< Li see hundreds of other quantity frozen foods in our freezers 4 AL VII IIDtifERGENT 11/2 qt49v GT. SIZE 69^ 'J ^ . S—Ji MET eanser g:sze /$ folger-s instant COFFEE 6 oz NORTHERN PAPER TOWELS $ NORTHERN ^ TOWELS roll b ?v** COLGATE scheaffer $ TOOTHPASTE LARGE SIZE REG.89< REG. 1.00 PROTEIN PLUS SHAMPOO FOR PiPTO BISMOL 8 OZ. REG. 1.09 •5* ^ <4%>r ?*4rfa DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER pete diaz jr. prop lino canales general manager starr plaza shopping center discount rl° grande city- texas 487-2502 prescriptions "home °f *e c0n'0'0t""' Mrs Gloria R Guerrero Registered Pharmacist 487-25...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD j?AGE^ LEGAL NOTICE 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 OF THE STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVE- MENT DISTRICT NUMBER 2, WHO HAVE DULY RENDERED THEIR PROPERTY FOR TAXATION, AND TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED ELECTORS OF SAID DISTRICT: TAKE NOTICE 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 Hinojosa President, Board of'uirectors, Starr County Water Control and Improvement District Number 2 ATTEST: O. A. Garza Secretary; Board of Directors, Starr County Water Control...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

ENINGS 'TIL 8P.M. THRU CHRISTMAS! RIO GRANDE CITY ; to you MESS!! igged with Qn X-25 luy at LFD's normally * you a bargain X-mas |r receive a set of three [o bedroom suite and for and box spring, buy a jred at LFD. Do your ((where the X-25 works r / £NT,TL£S FOR ONLY. . YOUR SANTA CLAUSI ;!! FREE!! !NG GIFTS!! The LYNDALE 03721L I Super Chromacolor portablo featuring I elegantly styled two-toon Beiqe cabinet Zenith High Performance Chasss Super Video Rarge Tuner JOIN m m im i-m ORDINARY HOLIDAY SEASON! mr-riwii i IIrun 'I ~tt"t w-r-rmi"-i~tiTiiipHl MR* SPECIALS TR$l89fi89ST THE SIliE X-TRAflfi VALUES «£4ST THOUSANDS OF 25c X-TRAS!! 25' X-TRA BUYS A CLOCK WITH PURCHASE OF A MIXMASTER 23' XTRA BUYS A VENT HOOD WITH PURCHASE OF A GAS RANOE 25' X-TRA BUYS A VACUUM CLEANER WITH PURCHASE OF A RUG NOW EVEN BRIGHTER AND SHARPER THAN THE FAMOUS ORIGINAL CHROMACOLOR1 EDO KSTRJBl TORS ILL 8P.M. THRU CHRISTMAS 23' X-TRA BUYS 2 LAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF A CHAIR PLUS 24 EXTRA X-CITING PRICES II Draw...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

r .. ■ til 1.1 ill II THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Jaycee cage tourney taken by McAllen... The McAllen Lincoln gold team defeated a Pii^r Jafferson White squad 75-52 here Saturday to win top honors in the ninth grade competition in a tournament sponsored by the Jaycees and coaching staff. Mission took the consolation spot. In Friday's competition, Jefferson's Maroon team conquered Falfurrias 23-15; Rio Grande City ripped Jefferson's White team 34-12; Mission slipped by Mercedes 23-20; and Mercedes' Freshmen beat Lincoln's Purple squad 63-38. Jefferson won the eighth grade competition by beating Rio Grande City 33-25 with Fal- furrias taking the consolation game. In seventh grade play Mission White beat Mission Maroon 48-32 for the championship and Mercedes was the consolation winner. J.C. President J.D. Villarreal awards trophies... After You've Given her everything Give her a pretty Reflection of herself with one of our rrDecorator Mirrors All Available...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 CPL Names Durham Area Joe Durham has been named Director of Area Development for Central Power and Light Company, effective January 1, according to W.C. Price, vice- president. Durham will be re- placing Philip O. Gilbert, who is retiring after a 30-year car- eer with the power company. Also in the Area Development Department, John Fisher's re- sponsibilities as Manager of Community Development will be increased to include tourist de- velopment throughout the South Texas Triangle, and Harold Chilton, now agricultural re- presentative in Uvalde, has been promoted to Industrial Develop- ment Consultant. Durham, a veteran of seven years industrial development work, is a native of Cleburne, Tex. He was promoted to Man- ager of Industrial Development in 1969. Durham has been a CPL em- ployee since 1955 and has been engaged in industrial and area development work for the power company since 1965. As CPL industrial develop- ment man...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

BURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Legal Notice Salinas head history panel talk NOTICE OF WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENT DIS- TRICT DIRECTORS ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR TO THE RESIDENT QUALI- FIED VOTERS OF STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENT DIS- TRICT NO. 2: Take Notice that an election will be held on the 9th day of January, 1973, 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 12th day of December, 1972. Said attached Order for Direc- tors' Election is made a part of this notice for all intents and purposes. A.O. Trevino President, Board of Directors O.A. Garza Secretary, Board of Directors ORDER FOR DIRECTORS ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR On this the 12th day of Decem- ber, 1972, the Board of Direc- tors of Starr County Water Co...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 By — Bill Boykln Texas Press Association AUSTIN, Tex. — Proposals for major "reform" statutes and changes in the House and Senate rules have been drawn by Texas legislative leaders. Rep. Price Daniel Jr., Liberty, slated to be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives, has announced a nine-point "re- form" program. Several Senate members and Lt. Gov.-elect Bill Hobby, Houston, have discussed pro- posals to change some of the re- form" rules adopted by the fourth called session of the 62nd Legislature. Speaking to a seminar spon- sored by the Texas Society of Association Executives, Daniel listed these proposed changes in state statutes — which he feels are necessary because of a "mandate" of Texas voters this year: 1. A one term limit for the Speaker of the House of Repre- sentatives. 2. Elimination of the pledge card system for election of the House Speaker — where pledges are exchanged for support of legislation. 3. ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

ImJE R 14, 197^ THE RIO G^ANf)E HERALD PAGE 2o JRSDAY, DECE umiminnHmmimnniiiiUHHiti Woman's Touch I by Mrs. Ida A Porn Home Demonstration Agent Summer of '72 will be re- membered for the devastating floods it brought much of the country — and the mildew it left as one reminder. Whether mildew is a result of floods or simply damp wea- ther, it poses a threat to cloth- ing, upholstery, leather goods and wood, according to Mrs. Ida A. Perez, county Exten- sion agent. Its molds leave a musty odor, discolor fabrics and sometimes cause them to rot or fall apart. They also discolor paper and leather. "Molds which cause mildew | are always present in the air but need moisture in order to grow," she explained. Mildew may grow even on upper floors of a house « where dampness can remain in flood areas. Keys to mildew prevention are sun, fresh air and soap or | detergent. Ventilation helps remove ex- I cess moisture, and when the air outside is drier than the air inside, it absorbs excess mois...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 L May This Year's Gift Come From Orient FDA Moves Xo Limit Strength Of Vitamin A And D Products DALLAS — It won't be long before consumers will begin to see an influx of gifts and de- corative accessories ordered by retail store buyers at the recent Dallas Fall Gift, Jewelry and Housewares Show. From a precious Oriental por- celain chess set to a -silver- plated bun warmer, much of the beautiful, new and trend- setting was seen at the Dallas Market Center's Fall GiftShow. Gifts from the Orient included exquisite paintings, paneled screens, and figurines and vas- es of cloisonne, ivory and jade. Among countless beautiful antiques were a five foot crys- tal chandelier, a petite Italian writing desk, and French tape- stries. Continuing to hold as a major trend-setter were such eco- logy-inspired decorative ac- cessories as life-size ceramic animals, terrariums, music boxes encasing butterflies, and animal-designed wall decor. Ot...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

1' n fl c li I O tl I ii a It s d c h li a b g n o c Id I 1 c 0 1 t s r c 1 t h c It h THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 Pan American Round Table honors Mrs. R.R. Guerra MAXINE HONORED — Mrs. R.R. Guerra of Roma was honored with a tea by the Rio Grande City-Roma Pan American Round Table Tuesday. Maxine was recently elected to the second highest office in the Alliance. Maxine is shown with Mrs. John A, Pope Jr. (Photo by Tissa) The Rio Grande City-Roma Pan American Round Table hon- ored Mrs. R.R. Guerra with a tea Tuesday afternoon In the home of Mrs. Mario Ramirez in Roma. Mrs. Guerra was elected associate director general of the Alliance of Pan American Round Tables in Panama City at a convention there this Fall. Members of the Pan Ameri- can Round Tables from Edin- burg, McAllen, Alamo-San Juan-Pharr, and Reynosa at- tended the tea as well as mem- bers of the local club. Mrs. John A. Pope Jr., pres- ident of the Rio Grande City- Roma Round Table, welcomed t...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 December 1972

TKeiAadtit ityle oAgul teruHed c/neat mcccaa... THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Kindergarten students mod- eled today's young fashions in a style show last Friday night at the Methodist Educational Building. The children, three and four year olds, wore cloth- ing provided by the Rio Grande Department Store, Boutique Ju- venile, Guemar Shop, Rox- San's, and C.R. Anthony's. Miss Sandra Leal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Leal mod- eled a three piece outfit and a navy top coat. Ramiro Villegas Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rami- ro Villegas wore a striped wes- tern outfit with jeans and a jacket. Loreen Lopez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Lopez had on a red dress with the jumper look. Elizabeth Torres wore an orange jumper with striped sleeves. Denise Tharp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tharp showed a striped sweater with a blue pleated skirt and navy pants and vest over a red swea- ter. NatalieWarren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Warren modeled a baby blue p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

v? RIO GMANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 49 Thursday, December 21, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas i' I \ & . -f. ■ , ! I M Joy-fiil and tri-um-phanl, 0 come jr. 0 romD-ye to Brth-lc-hem Come and be-hold Him, i bom tho King of an-gels*. 0 come lot us ,s a: ft

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 PAGE 2 CHRISTMAS STORY—The Mis- sionary Nuns of the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in cooperation with Samuel Mar- tinez will hold their annual Christmas Story. The Christ- mas Story opens with a proces- sion from the Britton Plaza Quiosco with candlelight. The procession ends at the grotto and shrine of Our Lady of Lour- des located on the church grounds with young students performing the Christmas Sto- ry. The entire affair starts at 7 p.m. The public is invited to attend the event. THE FAMILY LAWYER, Drag Strips To hot rodders, the opening of a new drag strip is a cause for jubilation. But to residents of the neighborhood, the occasion may be less joyful. Do they have legal grounds for complaint? Unless banned by local statute, a drag strip (or other kind of race track) is a perfectly lawful ac- tivity. It may become unlawful, however, because of the way it is run. That is, it may amount to a "nuisance" — subject to abate- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 West Grammar re-named; Roque Guerra Jr. Elementary n I The Rio Grande City Inde- pendent School District Board of Trustees re-named West Grammar School and went through a short agenda in their regular meeting Thursday night. The meeting opened with the correction of the minutes in which Board President Dr.Gil- berto (Nene) Garza insisted that the minutes be taken and re- corded as they happen. The correction concerned the con- tract for Superintendent S.P. Cowan. The question was that the motion to award Cowan a con- tract was for an extension for two-years but Gabert then in- troduced a contract to Cowan. Extensions of contracts are us- ually handled with a mere ex- tension of the present contract. After some discussion as to the wording of the motion Busi- ness Manager Jorge I. Guerra was instructed to borrow a tape of the meeting from the Rio Grande Herald. The local paper tapes all meetings and pre- serves a file of all me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

•/ irHURSDAYi DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 When a recipe calls for gran- ulated sugar use nested mea- suring cups that comes in sets of 1/4-, 1/3-, 1/2-and 1-cup sizes Use a hot griddle when you are baking pancakes Slow bak ing dries the pancakes and makes them brown unevenly and become tough LANDSLIDE VICTORY — Texas A&I University's precision drillteam, the King's Rifles, marched away from their competition with these four first place trophies in the Gulf Coast Senior Drill Meet at the University of Houston. Left to right are Cadet Capt. Ricardo Sanchez of Rio Grande City, executive officer of the team; Capt. Jackson C. Moss, advis- er; and Cadet Maj. David Saenz of Rio Grande City, commanding officer of the unit. HILO, Hawaii —At least one visitor is convinced of the truth of a legend which says the Hawaiian fire goddess Pele will punish anyone who disturbs her home, Kilauea Volcano. Officials of Hawaii Volcanoes PLACATING PELE National Parksaidtheyreceived ...

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