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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

S3 *" inn's VARIETY STORES ~4~ r > PRICES IN EFFECT AT ALL WINN'S STORES WHILE QUANTITIES LAST...NOW THRU DECEMBER 31! MINIATURE LIGHT SET • 35 DOUBLE-FLASHING LIGHTS • MULTI-COLORED • INDOOR-OUTDOOR BULBS • WEATHER PROOF Sf" wool yarn . 4 OZ. SKEIN • 100% VIRGIN WOOL • WASHABLE COLORS 99* panty ft hose of ONE SIZE FITS \J /( 5' to 5'9" - / ZlJk 100 to 160 LBS. ASSORTED COLORS 47* revlon m hair §g spray ®61« ... .... - PIECE GOODS M polyester m double knitjf •FULL BOLTS NeM DOUBLE & ROLLED • BEAUTIFUL JACQUARD DESIGNS • ASSORTED COLORS • SOLIDS and FANCIES sf8,$298 CANNON blankets ^^^^^^^HETIC FIBERS • Floral Prints •Kendal Plaids • Heather Solids $333 LADIES' ® LONG SLEEVE HOUSES ALL NEW FALL STYLES Sizes 32 to 38 Jw Assorted Colors ^ s|98,.$298 chocolate covered cherries BRACH - 12 oz. Box NABISCO - 10 oz. Box 49* ALL $1.00 MAYBELLINE ITEMS -66*«. shredded foam 1wbm *i lb. bag • 100% POLYURETHANE *S0FT and LIGHT 'WASHABLE * NON-ALLERGENIC ft PANTY S HOSE 4 sizes... ■k petit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 I I >A\ HEADLIGHTS HELPFUL ADVICE FOR THE WOMAN DRIVER The woman driver has been the target of jokes and car- toons for many years. A lot of this humor has heen based on the premise that poor driv- ing is somehow funny. Careless driving becomes less funny when we look at the statistics and realize that we can't any longer afford to be amused by driving habits that endanger the lives of others.We can't-and shouldn't ••differentiate between men and women drivers, but only between good and bad drivers. Despite safer, more crash- proof cars, better and more consistent law enforcement and more safely engineered and constructed roadways, our only hope of reducing highway carnage is through bet- ter, more skilled and thought- ful driving. Simply setting out to drive an automobile is an act of trust. You may be willing to do your part, but you can only hope the other guy will do his. The folly of much of that hope is reflected in w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAOE 7 J -r {. ruoTOS J SALE-THIRS-THRU-SUNDAY SCHOOL CHILDREN LEARN ABOUT CHRISTMAS IN MANY WAYS — Many school children, and teachers too, may be uttering, "Free at last," as school is dismissed for the holidays arid their celebrating can get into full swing. " 'Tis the season to be jolly,' this they all know, but they have learned much more during the month of Dec- ember as class projects were undertaken to acknowledge this the greatest of holidays. Christmas studies have been centered not only on the modern ideas of the holiday with Santa Claus and gift-giving, but also of the deeper meaning of the season and the birth of Christ. At North Grammar School, Mrs. Ruben Saenz and Mrs. Filemon Garza are helping their classes make little Christmas trees to be used for tray favors for the patients in the Roma Hospital. 120 students are involved in this project. At Ringgold Primary School, principal ,Ricardo Gonzalez says each child will b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

Make A Holiday Vest Original T i Has mm m ' • ' ' ' . ... :- mm, wmm "7ivu SUl Gt /iitnaKaut'A Huv "piltn TICKLED PINK—And what young follow wouldn't bo if iio found a dashing jackot like this 'neath the Christ- mas tree? In Cone's ribless cotton corduroy, the pile- lined jacket is tailored with patch pockets and neat sad- dle stitching. It's a Danny Dare design. "There Shall Be Light," the new film of the American Bible Society, begins with former As- tronaut Frank Borman reading the creation story with which he and his Apollo 8 crew elec- trified the world as they read from the Bible on Christmas Eve, 1968, while orbiting the moon. As the surface of the moon passes below the voice of Col. Borman rings out again with the words from the beginning of Genesis: "In the beginning God crea- ted the heaven and the earth ... And God said. Let there be light: and there was light." Returning to the earth the film presents in colorful ani- mation, rare historic stills, and documentary footage...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

•I r- I I 4 Ronsimc n TURKEV IS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1912 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 ► ■ftlam 7)l4A£JuLcCoga*v -M Thaw turkey in refrigerator or ih coLA water. (6\bleU and neck in pLastic bags can be removed easily bepore bird is dompLeteLy thawed.) "Rinse. ^ £tuFF LightLy— V4 cup per pound. "Return Legs to tucked position. "Draw neck skin to back and Fasten. <+ Place turkey on rack in open pan. Rub with Fat. Insert meat thermometer into thigh next to body cavity. £hieLd neck skin with smaLL square oF foil. Roast in 325°F. oven. ■M When cjoLden brown add tent of FoiL. No need to baste ButterbalL Swift's Premium Turkeys. A speciaL mixture deep inside bastes the tur- keys as they roast. Jo test for donehess,ther- mometer shouLd read 180° to 18 5° F. Pin^h thigh. If meat is soFf; turkey is done. Harvey Wallbanger Frypan Cake If you liked the drink, you'll love the cake! And Sunbeam has introduced a new easy to clean frypan that makes after-baking clean up easiei than ever. Harve...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

^>n< iif'riW M/v Qrfli if <J •iflfi' ivi r All around the town... with tissa peterson.. THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 Rio Grande Herald's Women's Section^ U Christmas day is almost here, and I hope the spirit of the season is with you. This is perhaps the most important holiday of the year, and many families are gathering together to celebrate it as that Holy family huddled together so long ago. Let us remember them and the wonder of that night as we open our gifts and have fun. * * * * Christmas parties are plentiful with everyone wanting to share their feelings of good cheer. The Junior Sewing Club of Rio Grande City had their Christmas party Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Emma Dreumont. The group exchanged gifts and enjoyed tarriales and coffee. Friday night the members went to Reynosa with their hus- bands for a Christmas celebration. Mr. and Mrs. John Dreumont, Mr. and Mrs. H.P. Guerra Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Walschak, Mrs. Mary Ann Cummings, ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THURSDAY*. DECEMBER 21, 1972 T"E RIO GRANDE HKW^l.n PAGE 11 " V, 4 Study Club host party for children The children of the Florence J. Scott Study Club members enjoyed a Christmas Party last Saturday in the fellowship room of the First Baptist Church. The children played games and especially enjoyed the pi- anos in the room. Santa Claus arrived as a special treat and handed out gifts for each of the children. Santa visited with each child and distributed bags of candy and fruit to them. Cupcakes, orange drink, and ice cream were also served. The hall was decorated with red and green streamers, Christ- mas bells, and an inflatedSanta adorned the table with its white lace cloth. Social committee members planning the party were Mrs. Ricardo Gutierrez, Mrs. Rob-' erto Gutierrez, Mrs. Ramiro Narro, and Mrs. Jose C. Gon- zalez. Members who were present with their children were Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, Mrs. Gil- berto Garcia, Mrs. Francisco Garza, Mrs. Martin Garza, Jr., Mrs. Jose G. Gonzalez...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

SI I J ft- r Thursday; decembE^'# ' VGE 12 If I Christmas Ornaments May Be Made From Off-Set Plates AUSTIN, Texas — A bit of fingernail polish, a few handy tools and the Imaginative mind of a child can transform dis- carded printer's materials in- to shining, bright tinsel orna- ments for a "bicultural" Christmas tree. Dr. Mark Seng, associate professor of curriculum and instruction at the University of Texas, first saw such orn- aments on a visit to Mexico Seeking $750,000 In Damages Texas Ranger, 4 County Sheriffs Named In Suit SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (AP) - A state prisoner claims cancer has spread from his leg to the rest of his body because of in- juries sustained in a beating after his arrest and subsequent lack of treatment in four coun- ty jails. In a federal court suit filed here Monday, Donald R. Shaw asks for $750,000 in damages from four Texas county sheriffs and a Texas Ranger on grounds his alleged mistreatment was an intentional breach of duty and constituted cruel and un- ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

t [ ' •/ « 1 Oo Back Into Hisi On Christmas Morninq! *1 ** * History's more fun on Christmas morning! It comes alive for the child who's "there." With the Heritage Playsets from Sears, your child can re- create those historic events, thentically detailed pieces. In addition each set is equipped with a descriptive brochure. Here's where your child can "be." Fort Apache tells the story of the American Indian in real-life style. A full-color lithograph steel headquarters building centers the fort with a fence surrounding it. A de- tachment of cavalrymen de- fend the fort against the In- dians. The set's complete with field and Indian ac- cessories, horses, the fence straddling dimensional block- houses, tepee, pretend can- non and fence-scaling lad- ders. The descriptive booklet enclosed highlights the im- portant events of the period. Next, the child can see the Alamo in another figure and scene set. Mexicans storm the walls as Alamo defenders meet them valiantly. Pretend cannons boom...

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

r>f ( I hf Thursday; December 21.1972 the rio grande i UNIMPRESSED BY FAME — Michael Carrion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Carrion, is not really too impressed by the fame of the man holding him. Tony Aguilar, famous star of Mexico, holted the Car- rions in his dressing room in Houston during a recent rodeo. Little Michael will probably travel all over the United States like his old- er brother, Martin Jr., since their daddy is serving with the United States Army. Sgt. Carrion is presently stationed in Houston. No Trespassing new project for local FB Starr County Farm Bureau has adopted the new Property Protection Plan offered by the Texas Farm Bureau. Effective Nov. 1, 1972, all members who have the official "No Trespassing" signs posted on their property are protected against trespass and other of- fenses. This reward program is provided by the Texas Farm Bu- reau and affiliated companies. B & DRIVE-IN 12/22-23/72 THE MIRISCH PR0DUCTI0N.C0MPANY presents ' - LSYANCLSF ,m i&...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

n I s? I '|b: , 1 , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2J 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 PLAYTHINGS FOR TOTS -• BEFORE CHRISTMAS. TOO Tsw/a/Jk IWu'u Looking forward to Christ- mas? So arc the kids, but their sense of time -and their "frustration thresholds "-are much different from yours. And whether they guietly play or noisily bray during Christmas festivities will de- pend not only upon their discipline but on your know- ledge of psychology. Here are some tips from the makers of Crayola crayons to help smooth out the wrin- kles in your Christmastime household 1) A week before Christ- mas or even earlier, make up a special Christmas Calendar. Small children know Christ- mas is coming, but they aren't sure when, and they get easily discouraged as the days drag on. Draw 8 or 10 large square boxes on a large white card- board or art pad sheet. Use different colored crayons to make the lines, and mark only the last square "Christmas Day "--the goal! Each day,have your lot crayon a picture in that day...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 Emily Dickinson, America's best poetess, wrote many poems about the sea, but never saw it. EXPANDED NUTRITION PROGRAM OPEN HOUSE — The Expanded Nutrition Program held their Christmas Open House last Wednesday in their office at the courthouse. Mrs. Ida Perez, county extension agent — Home Economics heads the program which will be two years old in February. Working with Mrs. Perez is Mrs. Selenia Garza, program assistant, who works county-wide with individuals and groups. Nelda Castillo works in La Grulla area, Carolina Rodriguez works in the Rio Grande City area with Fidencia Salmon, and Maria Luisa Rodriguez covers the San Isidro-El Sauz area. Yolanda Martinez works in Roma and Falcon Heights, and Minnie Redzevicius works at large, and serves as part- time secretary. "We work with limited income families or anyone else who needs our help," stated Mrs. Perez. "85% of our families receive commodity foods. When the food stamp p...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

't 1 SDAY.'Dl CHRISTMAS FLOWERS: LORE AND LEGEND While thousands of Ameri- cans will be saying "Merry Christmas" with flowers (his year, few may realize thai the Druids of ancient Britain, who lived 2,000 years ago, believed that mistletoe was sacred to the goddess of love- thus our modern custom of kissing under the mistletoe. According to Florists'Trans- world Delivery, when a lad claims his kiss under the mis- tletoe,he must remove a berry and give it to the grateful maiden. When the last berry is removed from the plant,the mistletoe loses it power and no more kisses may be be- stowed beneath it. It's also said that if a girl is kissed as many times as there are ber- ries,she will be married within a year! The use of holly as a de- coration at Christmas time cSri'be traced back to antiq- uity, and many believe that the name is derived from the word "holy." In Germany, where holly is called Christ dorn, there is a legend that this thorn was used for the crucifixion crown. Another ...

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

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 ' i' * e J ' t r f 1 f r" . CREATE YOUR OWN Shades of Christmas... Want to create a big—and original—-holiday effect for very little? Try decorating your window shades. Cotton shade cloths lend themselves beautifully to a whole new kind of easy, do- it-yourself decor Just match holiday decorations to your color scheme. For instance, you might decorate a red and white striped shade with a collage that consists of a red fabric- bowl filled with green and white mistletoe. Cut the shapes from cotton fabrics and glue into place with a vinyl adhesive. Create the bowl from bright red corduroy and trim with tiny white cotton rickrack. Cut a half-oval shape from green cloth and attach to the top of the bowl. Then add on green leaves and white ber- ries for mistletoe. The completed shade will add a note of gaiety to any room, but it's especially ef- fective in the dining room where it can act as a center- piece for a buffet table pushe...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

_ I I ■ ''I i 51 l ; . in THURSDAYJDECEMBEH 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE-22, Educators of the week m RUBEN R. GARZA — A native of Starr County, Ruben R. Garza is married to Maria Pura R. Garza; they have two children, Maria Perla Garza A1 Refie, 24; and Ricardo Ruben Garza, 22. Garza earned a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Sci- ence degree from Texas A&I University with a major in business and a minor in education. Garza is presently teaching business and related math at Rio Grande City High School. Garza has worked with the Veteran's Program and as manager of the cotton gin. He is a member of the Lion's Club, the Knights of Columbus and the Alambra Club. His hobbies include sports, ranching and traveling. Garza has traveled to Mexico and to twelve countries in Europe. f vdagiiD ii9doH .i38,{JiD9bni;iDoiH ni moH — YH3DI5ID TH3HOH i01 ,nusl :n9iblid3 9vil bnu 9llw aid ilJiw snatiS aoj ni asvil won -1A .0 ,9niluj;q bin; ;II ,rniU ;CI ,99J bluiyD ,.U ,99...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

™WSDAY- DECEMBER 21. 1972 THE Rin RinmE hrbai n par.v. 23 WEST GRAMMAR AND NORTH GRAMMAR STAFF: Seated (left to right), Mrs. Ester Reyes, Mrs. Maria del Refugio Garza, (mana- ger at North Grammar), Mrs.Josefa Lopez, Mrs. Cocilia Cruz. Standing (left to right), Mrs. BernardaPacheco, Mrs. Carolina Flo- res, Mrs. Eusebia Gallegos (manager at West Grammar), Mrs. Sara Salinas, Mrs. Rosa Bella Falcon. Not shown above is Mrs. Alicia Garcia from West Grammar. Grulla and La Union Staff: Seated (left to right), Mrs. Araceli Soils, Miss Emilia Saenz, (manager at La Union), Miss Manuela Zarate. Standing (left to right), Mrs. Mar- ia del Jesus Bazan, Mrs. Socorro R. Vera, (manager at La Grulla), Mrs. Rosa Garcia, Mrs. Dolores Bermea, and Mrs. Edna R, Ram- on, director. Not pictured from La Grulla was Mrs. Juanita Solis. * «■: iM . I 1 \ * f \ ; 1; VI ■ 1 fl |ji? reetmgs ristmas ing out, ring out Christmas carols ... tidings of comfort and joy. It's time for peace, goodwill toward men. 7KaeHAetle...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 December 1972

Thursday) December 21,1972 the rio grande herald page 24 FIRE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS Every year an estimated 11,000 persons lose their lives needlessly because of fire, and 4,000 of these- will be children! Sadly enough, the majority of fires begin in wr homes--the very places where children should be safe and secure. Here are some hints from experts in the Hartford Insur- ance Group's Junior Fire Mar- shal Program, on how to prevent fire in the home this Christmas: 1. Keep candles away from Christmas greens. 2. If strings of lights are used, be sure they are in good condition—no worn or frayed wires or loose sockets. Look for the UL label, which means that the Underwriters' Laboratories have tested them for fire and shock hazard. 3. Be sure Christmas tree lights don't overload the cir- cuit. RATTLER'S DEN RESTAURANT STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER =4? BEST WISHES AT llramas ^e 're hoping the holiday brings you many joys shared with loved ones. It has been a pleasure to serve ...

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