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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

II New members presented at annual Alhambra ball... THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 1973 THE \ASfEBECA The Order of the Alhambra El Cld Caravan No. IOC of Rio Grande City held their Eleventh Annual Presentation Ball Sat- urday, December 30 at the Mc- Allen Civic Center. Twenty three new members of the organization, who had been initiated in July, were presented with their fez and tassel. The new members, from Hidalgo and Starr counties, in- clude Leonel M. Acevedo, Raul Cabaza, Jr., Joe I. Cardenas, Baldemar A. Chapa, Francis M. Connelly, Arturo Z. Flores, Victorino V. Garcia, Francisco Garza, Dr. Omar Garza, and Fidencio M. Guerra. Also presented were Mario S. Guillen, Manuel P. Guillen, Ri- cardo Gutierrez, Roberto Gu- tierrez, Ramlro Hinojosa, Raul L. Hinojosa, Javier Margo, James M. Moffitt, Dr. Ramiro Narro, Rodrigo Palacio, Hector Salinas, Eliseo Smith, Jr., and Dr. Domingo H. Useda (Novice). The El Cid Caravan No. 106 also presented their debutantes at the ball. The girls are Miss Anna ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 With Or Without Peace In Vietnam Much Uncertainty In Store For Southeast Asia In '73 SAIGON - With or without peace in Vietnam, Southeast Asia faces the new year with more uncertainty than at any time since the nine nations entered the modern viorld at the end of World War n. Singapore is an exception. The small island republic at the top of the Malayan Peninsula seems assured of a prosperous new year. Indonesia, the most populous nation of Southeast As'a, still is reeling from famine In many areas due to drought. The Philippines, once a show- case of Western-style democra- cy in the region, now lives un- der martial law. President Fer- dinand E. Marcos has cited the threat of a Maoist-oriented movement called the New People's Army. Malaysia and Thailand also face growing Communist guer- rilla movements. The Nixon Doctrine— calling for nations to contribute much more materially to their own defense— has raised doubts in foreign...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

i - * Arizona High Court Ponders Divorce Dilemma Nearly 200 couples who thought they were divorced decades ago, but remained legally mar- ried will have to wait a while longer as the Arizona Supreme Court ponders the problem. The high court accepted ju- risdiction in the case Tuesday after Phoenix attorney Virginia Hash told it, "You have a hor- net's nest on your hands." The court said it would take a while to study the case. The problem goes lack to the Depression days when Miss Hash's uncle, the late V. L. Hash, failed to file the divorce decrees until he got paid. When Hash died six years ago, 194 delinquent decrees still were unfiled. Miss Hash found them while going through her uncle's es- tate. "When I found these things, I said, 'My God, what am I going to do?' It's taken us years to get this far." She asked the state Supreme Court to lodge the divorces with the Superior Court clerk. Then, If the clients want to make the divorces final, they can by ask- ing a judge to file t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THUKSUAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Women Make News In 1972 Women in America de- manded attention in 1972 as in- dividuals, whether they were homemakers, politicians or concerned citizens. They continued to fight for equal rights on their jobs, at home and in the world of lei- sure In April, the Senate ap proved the equal rights amend- ment to the Constitution, de- signed to end discrimination based on sex, and sent the mea- sure to the states for ratifica- tion. The action had been blocked since 1923, but was re- vived by support of 92 national organizations. Rep Martha Griffiths of Michigan had led t*e fight. In California, the Assembly voted that women would not have to declare whether they were Mrs. or Miss when they register to vote. The United States Treasury Department ended its requirement thfit women use the title Miss or Mrs. when purchasing savings bonds. Men previously did not have to say whether or not they were married. Now all must give a social se...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

NEWS From Page 14 ' * DIGNIFIED and serene Russia Mrs Richard Nixon visited China and women: Barbara Jordan, a Texas Democrat who was the first black in the state senate, and Yvonne Braithwaite Burke. Democrat of California, who has served in the state assem- bly Also returning to Congress was the tough-talking feminist from New York. Bella Abzug One familiar face will not return to the United States Sen ate Sen Margaret Chase Smith was defeated in her race for a fifth term The 74-year-old, fresh-rose-a-dav senator had party regulars and she fought to retain her position She lost. The Air Force named its sec- ond woman brigadier general during 1972 She was Ann Hoef ly. chief of the nurse corps Alene Durek. director of the Navy Nurse Corps, became the nation's first woman admiral Two young women were nom- inated to the I S Naval Acade- my by their congressmen were T POLITICS - Shirley Chis- holm ran for president for years been the only woman in that body A Mexican-American wom- an R...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

Texas Homeowners Insurance Rates Lower This Year Prank Fatal AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Home- on ners in nearly every part of Texas will pay lower rates to insure their houses this year, the State Insurance Board has announced. The board ordered reductions ranging from 4 to 30 per cent Tuesday in rates for extended coverage and homeowners in- surance, effective with policies written or renewed Jan. 1. New fire insurance rates, with reductions on the order of 7.5 to 10 per cent, will be issued in a few days, the three-man board said. The only part of the state re- ceiving an increase was the 14- county Gulf Coast, which will have a 4 per cent increase in homeowners insurance rates, a far cry from the 22.4 per cent jump recommended last Febru- ary by the board staff. Extended coverage insures one's home against windstorms, hurricanes, hailstorms, ex- plosion, riots, smoke and colli- sions by aircraft or vehicles. Home owners policies include fire insurance, most of the pro- tection afforded ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

T THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 ~ - Fringe Benefits Up Congressmen's Income WASHINGTON Fringe benefits for congress- men and senators are worth a minimum of $8,300 and push their total annual compensation to at least $51,000, an Associ- ated Press survey shows. The tabulation of fringe l>ene- fits for members of Congress, who start a new session today, includes such items as pension contributions and conservative estimates of special tax breaks and liberal travel allowances. But it does not inclucj'j some other benefits congressmen re- ceive, such as unlimited leave and free surgery by military doctors, which are difficult or impossible to price. The $42,500 in base pay and minimum of $8,500 in fringe benefits amount to a total high- er than the income of 99.5 per cent of all American taxpayers. Here is a [lartial list of the personal benefits now received by members of the House and Senate and the value of these benefits. Pension; Members of Con- gress ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Fund Established For n Brones Meet Cajuns Convicted Prostitutes Thursday Night At Home r Going Into their first game of 1973, the Pan American Uni- versity Broncs dream the prob- ably impossible dream of stay- ing on the same basketball court with Southwestern Louisiana. The University of Southwest- ern Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns whipped Pan Am in Louisiana a month ago. 111-77. They meet again in Edinbi^rg at 8 p.m. Thursday. USL has won so many con- secutive home games that local historians in Lafayette, La., claim to have lost count. The home-court winning streak is believed to be well over 100 games. However, USL has done just about as well on the road. Ranked in the Top 10 nationally by both the major wire servi- ces, the Ragin' Cajuns have rested on their6-0recordsir.ce Dec. 16. They captured their own tournament, the Bayou Classic, by beating two strong teams-- St. Joseph's of Bfiniisvlvania and also have won handily on the ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Bentsen To Sponsor Newsmens Legislation Senator Lloyd Bentsen (D- Tex.) announced today that he will sponsor legislation in the 93rd Congress to allow news- men to protect their sources of information. "I firmly believe that a newsman should be able to offer his confidential sources of information the same pro- tection a lawyer offers his cli- ents or that a doctor offers his patients," the senator stated." He cited the jailing of news reporters William T. Farr in Lc^ Angeles and Peter J. Bridge in New Jersey as incidents that aroused his concern over the Imperiled right of newsmen to pursue investigative reporting. The senator added that the Con- gress must take up the issue in the upcoming session in res- ponse to growing public con- cern over whether freedom of the press will continue to exist In this country. "It would be difficult to over- estimate the importance of a free press to our society, even through most of us, on ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years RIO GRANDE TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 2 Thursday, January 11, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas Recess till Friday 9.30 a.m. County commission goes through stormy session ' I - by RAUL TREJO The Starr County Commis- sioners Court went through a story session Monday morning in the first meeting of the new year. The meeting was the first for newly elected County Commis- sioners Hector Lozano of pre- cinct three and Roque Guerra. It was obvious that new-com- er Hector Lozano is not going to have an easy time as the new commissioner from precinct three as the court disapproved several of his motions. Charges and counter-charges of political punishment were tossed around all morning in- cluding one from Commission- er Amando Pena who called County Judge Mario Ramirez a "dictator". The meeting opened with a report from the county judge announcing that the agenda would be split into two parts. w LOZANO GUERRA EDITORIAL FIRST OP...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

• -«4 T * •" 'i* School menus... ♦ ♦ ♦ t|? ♦ ♦♦♦♦♦♦ The following are the proposed menus for the week of January 8 - 12, 1973 They are subject to change depending on delivery of supplies. Milk is included daily. LUNCH Thursday, Jan. 11 — Chili Pie, Spanish Rice, Apple-Cabbage Slaw, Small Oven Roll, Jello W/Fruit Mix Friday - Jan. 12 — Fish Sticks, Corn on Cob - Butter, Buttered Peas (guisado), Oven Rolls - Butter, Peanut Butter Cooky BREAKFAST Thursday - Jan. 11 — Orange Judice, Chorizo, Egg, Biscuits, Milk Friday - Jan. 12 — Orange Juice, Scrambled Egg, Bacon, Buttered Toast, Milk The following are the pro- posed menus for the week of January 15-19, 1973. They are subject to change depending on delivery of supplies. Milk is included dally. LUNCH Monday - Jan. 15 — Finger Steaks, Whipped Potatoes, But- tered Green Beans, Hot Rolls - Butter, Chocolate-Frosted Cake Squares by Mrs. Edna Ramon Tuesday - Jan. 16 — Chicken Envueltos W/Tomato Sauce, Ranch Style Beans, Creamy Slaw, Small Ov...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

THURSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 School board meeting short The Rio Grande City School District Board of trustees meeting in their regular month- ly session went through a re- latively short agenda Tuesday night. The first item on the agenda was to approve the minutes of the two previous meetings. In Hie meeting before last the ap- proval of the minutes had been postponed until the minutes could be written to conform with a tape of the meeting pro- vided by the Rio Grande Her- ald. The school board presi- Mirelez-Bayne gain Water District posts Eliseo Mireles and R.P. Bayne emerged the victors in Tues- day's Starr County Water Dis- trict Board of Directors elec- tion. Bayne was the largest vote getter polling 523 votes, Mire- les was second with 387 and tell it J.D. Villarreal was third with 340. Reve Garza polled 109 votes and Mrs. Baldemar Leal pulled 74 votes. Other directors are O.A. Garza, A.O. Trevino and Mi- guel Hinojosa. Water district manager is Javi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

► THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Valley Crops Not Hurt Yet Cold temperatures and drizzl- ing rain in the Valley have re- stricted harvesting of citrus and winter vegetable crops, but according to John Engel of the government consumer and mar- keting service there have been no crop losses or any adverse effect to crop quality. Engel said that the freezing temperatures should not dam- age the lettuce, cabbage or ci- trus unless colder tempera- tures result. He said, though, that reports have been heard that the present freeze may end the late tomato shipping. At this point, the Valley ci- trus is alright because temper- atures would have to fall to about 26 degrees for several hours before it would damage the fruit, Engel said. Most Valley sheds and farm- ers are at a standstill because of the continuing rain which is building up in the fields. The mechanical harvesters cannot get into the fields and most of the labor force will not work in this adverse weathe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 SWEEP-OUT NOW IN PROC-RESS AT RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE RIO GRANDE CITY PHILCO CONSOLE STEREO WALNUT FINISH REPOSSESION EXCELLENT CONDITION NOW ONLY Model R1841 *88! 00 SPEED QUEEN AUTOMATIC DRYER DELUXE MODEL COPPERTONE 72-FLOOR STOCK REGULAR $229.00 NOW Model 6050 *169? REFRIGERATOR 16 Cu. Ft. Philco No Frost Avocado Slightly Used Warranty Loaner Still In Warranty Regular $389.00 NOW ONLY *199!° WATER HEATER CONTINENTAL-30 GALLON 5 YEAR WARRANTY DENTED REGULAR $89.90 NOW ONLY *591 00 AIR CONDITIONERS PHILCO 12.000 BTU LEFTOVER 72 MODEL REGULAR $279.00 NOW ONLY Model AS12MX *2392 WRINGER WASHER SPEED QUEEN QUALITY SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED REGULAR $199.00 NOW ONLY Sf ^9ft00 Model 6132 *139? AIR CONDITIONER PHILCO SPACEMATE 5,000 BTU LEFTOVER 72 MODEL REGULAR $169.00 AUTOMATIC WASHER NOW ONLY *992 00 JUST RECEIVED SPEED QUEEN 1973 MODEL HARVEST GOLD CONTROL PANEL SLIGHTLY SCRATCHED REG $279.00 NOW ONLY Model DA3660 *199! 00 AIR C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

All around the town... with tissa peterson. fit THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Rafael Ramirez visits native Rio Grande Valley The days have been damp and dreary, but It takes all kinds of days to make a year just as It takes all kinds of people to make a world. It's been wonderful "staying inside and loafing" weather, but Inevitably, we have to get out in it. When Sunday dawned wet and cold it sure was tempting to stay Jiome but just the same I made it to church, and a real blessing awaited me there. Ten chil- dren with sunshiny faces were there for my Sunday School class, and it truly was a beautiful day! * * * These rainy days may serve to make us much more appreciative of the sunny days yet to come in the new year. Besides, to some people this has been great weather. For instance, frogs and ducks love it. The ranchers, too, are grateful for the rain on their pas- tures. • * * * Estevan Garcia says the ranchers can never get too much rain. He and his lovel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

Jerri- Bill exchange vows Miss Jerri Frances Galloway and Bill V. Shuford were united in marriage January 6 at 3:00 p.m. in tha First United Metho- dist Church of Rio Grande City. The Reverend Eubaldo Ponce performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Galloway of Mission. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Shuford of Rio Grande City. Also attending the wedding were Mrs. Iris Grossman, grand- mother of the bride, and Mrs. Agnes Shuford, grandmother of the groom. The altar was decorated with three basket arrangements of Girls Scouts prepare for annual cookie sale The 1973 Girl Scout Cookie Kick-off Dinner was held Thursday, January 4, in Har- lingen. Guests attending were community publicity chairmen, community cookie chairmen and service team directors from 25 communities who will par- ticipate in the Girl Scout Cook- ie Sales. Attending from Rio Grande City were Mrs. Cesar G. Leal, service team director, and Mrs. Alberto Gallardo,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 ★★★★★★★yNATIONALJAYCEE WEEK JAN, 14-20 J > ,:7 -®*~~ i ■.. i 11 •" Mi i i i i if \ 1 What Makes A Hood Tomorrow? The Things Achieved TodayI Consider us honored. Our young Jaycees have entwined today's tasks with tomorrow's goals. Their dedication, unsurpassed achieve- ments have given us the insight we need to wort: .ogether. Cur admiration, Jaycees, for a community we are proud to call "home.' Sponsored by boosters of the RIO GRANDE CITY JAYCEES •I CAMaRGO-BRICK & TILE CO. STARR-VAL-U-MART MADRIGAL LUMBER CO. RIO PHARMACY SAN JOSE FLOWER SHOP LA CASITA FARMS INC. LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME hq motors INC ^OMEZ APPLIANCE STORE

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