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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

Sv -v; 2 * CHUCK ROASTB DE T J5< STEAK OR SHOULD^5 VEK'0"\.89* SHOULDER ROAST .88* BACK RIBS ... 55* DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER PETE DIAZ JR. PROP LINO CANALES GENERAL MANAGER STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER CWcUqi***' VC - AGINCYv DISCOUNT RIO GRANDE CITY. TEXAS 487-2502 PRESCRIPTIONS ' Homg of fhe Mrs Gloria R Guerrsro Registered Pharmacist 487 2504 while in the lower valley visit our sister store valley-mart of san benito SODAS FINGER RIBS u 59' GROUND ROUND . 99' BEEF BRISKET - 59< RIB STEAK " 89* PORK STEAK . 79* PORK ROAST.75' BEEF RIBS '"5"'"0"" lb 47* CHORIZOLA ™EL ,,LLE u. 39* FRANKS "" MUM uoz.PKO.48* BOLOGNASWT™ . oz pko. 4™$ 1.00 SWIFT PREMIUM OJP 3 LB. CAN^0 0^ SWIFT PREMIUM £ O VA 3 LB. CAN^O«/|| SWIFT PREMIUM ^ C AO '5 LB. CAN ^^,70 HAM PATTIES ""1™ «- $1.19 -3 LB. CANI 3 LB. CAN t 5 LB. CAN U , '.'r VALUABLE COUPON x TA BOTTLE 16 OZ. / ORANGE ROOT BEER N x GRAPE STRAWBERRY SNACKS BUGLES .< 1 t ■ WHISTLE KRAFT COOKING OIL GOOD EXPIRES FROSTING TEXSUN ORANce JUICE W* ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Cannibalism Reports Silence Survivors Despair and anger followed the disclosure that some of the 16 survivors of an Andean air crash fed on their dead com- panions to stay alive. Official sources disclosed Tuesday the cannibalism among the Uruguayan men during their more than two month ordeal on an icy moun- tain ledge. A dozen of the survivors stay- ing at a local hotel "were very depressed and went to their rooms immediately" when afternoon papers appeared with the stories, a hotel employe said. The 16 were among 45 per- sons aboard a Uruguayan air force plane that crashed in the Andes Oct. 13. All of the pas- sengers were either players on a Montevideo rugby team or fans. The survivors spoke freely with newsmen earlier about ev- erything except their food sup- ply. They said 18 were killed in the crash or died of their in- juries within several days, eight more perished in an ava- lanche Oct. 29 and the last three died in ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 THE FRANK SAliA OF STADIUM MUSTARD NEW YORK - Accord- ng to stadium concessionaires, here's no difference between ootball and baseball fans when t comes to eating hot dogs For •ither game, they figure on one log for each rooter But where the mustard was >nce paddled out of a big jar. he trend now is to single serv- ng packs, according to Edward 'amm. supervisor of French's nustard sales to stadium con- essionaires. He said that Yankee Sta- dium, Wisconsin, Michigan. Tu- lane, Penn State and Illinois have switched this year to "por- tion packs." wrapped with the franks so there's no waiting line to get to the mustard However. Ohio State. Notre Dame and Oklahoma still pre- fer to dispense mustard from the familiar gallon jar Army is protecting both flanks — it serves mustard both ways VALUMART CHRISTMAS PARTY — Valumart employees and their guests were honored with a Christmas party at the Knights of Columbus Hall last Thursd...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

(JUL NOTICES THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 IKAl NOTICES 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 ol der 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 Directors, Starr County Water Control and Improvement District Number 2 ATTEST: O. A. Garza Secretary; Board of Directors, Starr Count...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 4 0 LEARNING IS CHILD'S PLAY Learning to read by han- dling movable alphabet and numeral games is as easy as ABC, thanks to new educa- tional materials in the form of shaped cards for young- sters ages 3 to 8. Through them, children are gaining valuable preparation for read- ing, writing and spelling. Better learning skills are in the cards, because, in learn- ing the names of letters, children have a chance to use their perception, particularly their knowledge of position, direction, shapes and size. Two such sets of materials are produced by Edu-Cards Corporation. The first con- sists of canned shapes and numerals; the second, canned alphabet letters. Both en- courage boys and girls to touch, see and learn. Brightly colored velour backed shapes, numerals and letters allow the child to use the senses of sight and touch, and at the same time develop the power of observation, in- vestigation and discovery es- -ential in the ea...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Mud, Water and Back talk... A good title for this comments would be "Mud, Water and Back Talk" and that is ex- actly what we called it. "Mud, Water and Back Talk" is a small feature that the Herald will be presenting on the Starr County Water District Number 2 employees. Many have found that when they take out their anger on the clerks and other employees of the SCWD that those employees ,'J"P just simply doing their job ana trying to do their best to accom- plish just what is called for in their duties. Javier D. Marro approached the Herald about such a feature and we are !>app" to get you to meet some of the people and a little insight into their nard-workinfe life. We hope you enjoy it. Pictured below is the Starr County Water District plant crew trying to move the oarge from the mud to a place where the com- munity plants will be able to draw water. The process took almost two days and nights in the mud just like you s...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 The Texas Motor Vehicle Comission is a relatively new state agency having been op- erative less than two years. The primary function of the commission is the licensing of all new car dealers, distribu- tors, manufacturers, and re- presentatives of the manufac- turers. Two of the commission's du- ties are to ensure that all new car warranties are honored and that no car dealer is guilty of willful fraud of any retail buy- er to the buyer's damage. When a consumer feels that his new car warranty has not been fulfilled and has been un- able to obtain satisfaction from the dealer, he should file a complaint with the commis- sion. The commission will then contact the dealer. If a solution Is not reached the commission will conduct a hearing to deter- mine the merits of the com- plaint. If the commission feels that the consumer has been wronged, they will recomme...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 *1 After Encounter Comes Change In The Jerusalem Seen By Journalist During Christmas 1972 JERUSALEM (TMI) — It is difficult to imagine the numer- ous television antenna iliat rise today from the ancient roof tops of this walled city as one ap- proaches the Damascus Gate entrance. They seem to defy the centuries of time where wall has risen upon fallen wall at this historic City of David. This is Jerusalem at Christ- mas 1972. What a dramatic awakening for the visitor who was last here shortly after the Six Day War in 1967. Yet the Holy Places of Jer- usalem remain the same today as centuries ago. Christian pil- grims from around the glooe continue visiting them daily. And, the little shops, deep within the ancient walled city retain their oriental smell - fruits, vegetables, meat in open markets, and dry goods, dis- played for trading. There are no price tags. You barter or trade for the selling price. I finally paid $5 for a...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

National Council Of Churches Urged Stop Of Bombing THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 DALLAS, Tex.— In the •waning hours of life in its present form, the National Council of Churches has urged an immediate halt to U.S. bombing in Vietnam. It also planned services of penitence and thanksgiving when the shooting stops. Voicing hope in the current peace negotiations and asking that an agreement be con- cluded "without further delay," the Council's final general as- sembly Thursday termed "im- moral" the continued killing and destruction, "especially the concinued massive bomb- ardment conducted by the U.S. Air force and Navy." Denominational representa- tives also asked congregations, either individually or commu- nity-wide, to prepare for wor- ship services in cities across the nation on the day a cease- fire is signed. The services should "include prayers of thanksgiving for the end of hostilities, of penitence for our own complicity in caus- ing suffering and ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

For He alth Can Facilities THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 This Year's Gift Budget Included $11.3 Million You're paying for many more —and vastly more important —gifts than those you've put under the Christmas tree. You paid out hard-earned tax dollars to buy the gift of good health for yourself, your fam- ily and all other Texans. Your gift budget this year included $11.3 million to buy and equip 21 health care facil- ities—hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, and outpatient facilities for those areas of Texas with the greatest need. The gift includ- ed 383 modern hospital beds and 395 modern nursing home beds. Over the past 26 years your gift budget has purchased near- ly 31,278 hospital beds. Your shopping counselor was the Health Facilities Construction Section of the State Department of Health, Your gift this year includes assistance to 1,189 school dis- tricts in implementing new Texas immunization laws which require students to be proper...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 December 1972

STARR PLAZA SHOPPIHGCEHTER With Bright Colors For You Too! 50% Fortrel® and 50% Cotton No-Iron "Flora Lora" by Dan River TWIN FLAT OR FITTED. 2.99 ea. 2 FOR 45' 50 FULL FLAT OR FITTED. 3.99 ea 42 x 36 PILLOW CASES 2 FOR 2.25 6.29 QUEEN SIZE SHEETS - 2 for $10. 8.49 KING SIZE SHEETS - 2 for $13. 42 x 46 CASES - 2 for $2.70 This is a lovely print in 50% Fortrel® and 50% cotton. Machine washable and dry- able. No-iron muslin sheets and cases. Floral reflections that create a new mood in a tone-on-tone palette. In blue, yellow, pink and lilac. Yellow and lilac only in queen and king sizes Bleached 100% Cotton Muslin Sheets-Type 128 also from Dan River Twin flat or fitted Reg. 2.19 64 Full flat or fitted Reg. 2.39 87 i6.4 i8: Regular $1.19 pair 42 x 36 Pillow Cases 94c pair Fortrel® polyester and cotton Dan River Dantrel ^ Bleached No-Iron Muslin Sheets Twin flat or fitted Reg. 2.49 1" ■ • Queen flat or fitted 38.7 Full flat or fitted Reg. 3.09 t: King flat or fitted !87 42" x 36" Cases ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. I Thursday, January 4, 19723 Rio Grande City, Texas \ ; ' "v / "?r v'i1 . ■ - • ••. 4 Sewage bond issue approved by voters 228-83 The Starr County Water District and Improvement District Num- ber 2 bond election held last Saturday was approved by the voters 228-83. Total vote was 311. The election will provide the districts' share of a $1,136,500 pro- ject to construct a new sewage system. The districts' share will be $475,000.00 Estimated project construction cost are as 'ollows: Sewage collection system Sewage treatment plant Sewage collection line to new hospital Engineering design Resident inspection Laboratory tests Operation and maintenance manual Surveying and construction staking Legal fee Financial advisory services Easement and right-of-way Administrative Project contingency Interest during construction Reserve fund equivalent to principal and interest requirement for...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Rio Public set new records Rio Public Service Company of Rio Grande City has an- nounced that the latest meter reading period for December 1972 shows the company pur- Chased and sold gas at a new high second only to that record set in 1970. Temperatures, dampness and bad weather were such that heating was required night and day according to a company spokesman. Other distribution companies throughout Texas Louisiana re- port similar record sales to domenstic customers in their areas. There is no distinct social unit in a chimpanzee society • Wild African dogy may attain top speeds of more than 40 miles an hour and run at an average speed of 30 miles an *iour for several miles RGC BROTHERS SERVICE -- The three sons of Mrs. Maria H. Howard of Edinburg, formerly of Rio Grande City and Francis Howard of Rio Grande City, are currently serving in the United States Marine Corps. Alexander Williams Howard, 20 left, is sta- Alien Reports...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

I "THURSDAY, JANUARY "?,'T9T3 TW^w6^ANDE*HERACi5^'^ITir"" ELECT J.D. VILLARREAL JR. DIRECTOR STARR COUNTY WATER CONTROL AND IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT NO. 2 WHEREAS, Mr. J.D. Villarreal Jr. is committed to bring about reform and progress within good government, is competently qualified on matters pertaining to the manage- ment and spending of public funds, is devoted to cooperate with the community and all county officials in bringing about progress; and WHEREAS, a vote for J.D. Villarreal Jr. is a vote for honesty, knowledge, ability, judg- ment, involvement, training and will to serve; now THEREFORE, be it resolved, that we the undersigned citizens endorse the candidacy of Mr. J.D. Villarreal Jr. for'director of the Starr County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2 and highly recommend to all qualified voters of such district to support and vote on January 9th for Mr. J.D. Villarreal Jr. GV-iliL Arnoldo F. Gonzalez Gllberto A. (Nene) Garza 5^ . Alicia McLellan J.D. Villarreal Jr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

tell It like It IS# • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Perhaps the apathy shown during last Saturday's election is an indication that some have given up on some of the things that are "pulled" so often. Let's take Randy's bond issue legal fee of $15,000.00. It Is obvious that a fee must be charged when an attor- ney does work for the water district or any other govern- ment body, but it seems so much to pay a man a retainer fee of some $200.00 a month and have him charge extra whence actually does work for the district. It would seem that if one hires a mechanic to fix one's car one would not continue to pay him when one's car is work- ing properly. But, sometimes in an effort to bring progress to the community, one must swallow things like this with a grain of salt. * * * # Speaking of retainers . .. Starr County is the only county that I know of that has an attorney on retainer for almost everything. The McAllen, Edinburg, PSJA, Edcouch-Elsa, La Joya and Mission school district...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 I" * | ' ' fi Johanna recalls her European experiences... By RAUL TREJO Among those coming home for the holidays was Johanna Ruth Lieber daughter of Mrs. Fran- cis Lieber of San Antonio Street here in Rio Grande City. Johanna, 24 years old, a gra- duate of Rio Grande City High School has just returned home from Europe where she has been working for the Mercedes-Benz Corporations of Germany as a bilingual interpreter and secre- tary. Johanna speaks fluent Spanish, English, German and is studying Russian and several other languages. "I can remember when I got the opportunity to go to Ger- many and can say that I really enjoyed the experiences that I went through in the strange country," Johanna recounts. Johanna attended Texas Wo- man's University in Denton, and Texas A&I before getting the job offer with Mercedes-Benz. While visiting in Berlin on a holiday Johanna was standing in line at Check-Point Charlie, be- hind an Ameri...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY. JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 \t> HUNTING From Page 1 "They shot a heifer of mine just about two weeks ago," he said, "and then just left it there to rot on the ground " Some of the men who hunt il- legally set up regular hunting camps and do hunt in the day- time but if their luck is bad they resort to using the lights at night. On Saturday night the war- dens met at the campsite and afier exchanging information a- bout where possible illegal hun- ters would be they split up and went out to patrol the different areas. One uuit was dispatched to northern Hidalgo County. Anoth- er went to the western edge of Starr County. The two other units were dispatched tothear- ea around La Gloria near where the four county lines of Hidal- go, Starr, Jim Hogg and Brooks all converge. In addition to the ground sur- veillance the wardens also used an airplane for several hours. He flew a large circular pat- tern over the main target area and kept In radio contact with t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

'L'MiF* JANUARY CLEARANCE SALE! PRICES GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST...NOW THRU JANUARY 13 200-COUNT FACIAL TISSUE !•?<** \i try •SCENICS --li •ASSORTED COLORS 4 BOXES SI 1 HAIR BRUSHES <y- ASSORTED STYLES & COLORS PLASTIC, WITH NYLON BRISTLES YOUR CHOICE 37' COTTON BALIS MEN S T-SHIRTS • 300 FAMILY PACK • 100% PURE COTTON •HIGHLY ABSORBENT •FOR BABY CARE • FOR BEAUTY CARE COTTON. • SMALL • MEDIUM • LARGE WHITE COTTON Slight Irregulars of Advertised Brand 2 FOR BOYS'NYLON CREW SOCKS • STRETCH ^ •SOLIDS and WHITE • ALL SIZES 4 PAIR LADIES' TERRY SCUFFS CARPET BLOCKS CHOICE OF FASHION COLORS ASSORTED SIZES /j||k mm •13" X 18" • ASSORTED COLORS EACH me RUNNERS • 24" X 60" • CANDY STRIPED BED PILLOWS ^T>'i V'" 'POLYESTER FILLED 1 PRINTED COVER FOR COSTUME JEWELRY • NECKLACES . EARRINGS • PINS • BROACHES J M .. t y #• EACH !C00 PIECE PICTURE PUZZLES COLORING BOOKS r>1W Wtltf CHOOSE FROM A WIDE SELECTION 2 29 PANTY HOSE •4 SIZES: PETITE, AVERAGE, TALL & X-TALL IN BEIGE ON...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

All around the town... with tissa peterson.. With each new year, as with each new day, we are given the op- portunity to put yesterday behind us and to begin anew to accom- plish our goals. Let us set our goals high as we strive daily to bet- ter ourselves and fulfill every opportunity to express kindness and love to others. High goals may not be achieved with great deeds but with small ones that add up—a loving smile, a kind word, or just a touch. ***** It has been written, "Through this toilsome world, alas! Once and only once I pass; If a kindness I may show, If a good deed I may do, To a suffering fellow man, Let medoit while I can. No delay, for it is plain, I shall not pass this way again." Let us use each day of this new year to accomplish something, great or small. ***** Mrs. Arturo O. Trevino, Jr., "Tinita", begins each new year in a special way. January 1 is her birthday, so "Auld Lang Syne" is followed by "Happy Birthday", and the new year is off with a bang! Happy birthd...

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