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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

THE # FAMILY LAWYER. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Upstairs Neighbors Madge had always been a rest- less sleeper. But matters went from bad to worse when a young couple with a baby moved into the apartment upstairs. It seems the baby was teething. To keep her quiet at night, the parents would trundle her around their apartment in a baby car- riage, causing sounds that were plainly audible to the wakeful Madge. Finally she went to court for an injunction. But at the hearing, the baby's father said there was no other way to keep the child from crying. Besides, he pointed out, their carriage had rubber wheels and their floor was car- peted. The court thereupon tossed out Madge's complaint, saying that a moderate amount of noise must be accepted by those who choose to live in apartments. "Where people indulge their inclination to be gregarious," said the judge, "they must not expect the quiet that belongs to solitude." Courts generally take this hands-off attit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

THl'RSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Smith says...police better prepared... AUSTIN--The state's police officers are better qualified to cope with the crime problem than they ever have been Gov- ernor Preston Smith said to- day in releasing the "1973 Cri- minal Justice Plan for Texas." In a letter prefacing the up- dated five-year plan, developed by the Criminal Justice Council staff, the governor noted that CJC funding has helped to de- velop peace officer training programs statewide. He said that updated commun- ications enable law enforcement officers to send messages a- cross the state in seconds, where hours or days were re- quired before. Criminal justice information systems have been developed, with on-line teletype access to computer-stored data at both state and national levels, the governor said. The 1973 plan projects spend- ing of more than 29 million dol- lars in federal funds to support crime-fighting projects in the state this year. On approval of t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

Head start... refunded. THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 Governor Preston Smith to- day announced his approval of an Office of Child Development grant of $347,388 in new fed- eral funds to Community Ac- tion Council (CAC) of South Texas in Rio Grande City for operation of Full Year (Full Day), Full Year (Part Day) and Summer Head Start pro- grams. Funded under Title n of the Economic Opportunity Act, the grant is effective retroactively to Jan. 1, 1973, through Dec. 31, 1973. The grant includes allo- cations of $252,516 for the part day program, $60,420 for the full day program and $34,452 for the Summer program. Operation of the Part Day Head Start program, which will serve 259 children, ages 3-5, is delegated to Rio Grande City District (CISD), Roma 1SD and San Isidro ISD. Part day clas- ses began Jan. and will run through Dec. 31, 1973. Rio Grande City CISD will op- erate nine classes in six cen- ters for 150 children five days a week, six hours a day. Roma ISD will conduct five classe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

All around the town... with tissa peterson... THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Rio Grande Herald's Women 9s o ,• ^ section... Sometirr",s wnen we count our blessings, we find that the most important things and the things for which we are most grateful are those which did not happen to us rather than those that did. This Monday had seemed like such an ordinary day to me, but at the end of the day I learned of something that had not happened to a friend, and I found that it had been a blessed day for him and his family. ***** Bobby Gutierrez, returning from a drive to Falfurrias in his truck, had an accident and was thrown from his vehicle through its shattered windshield, but he was not badly hurt. He had almost ta- ken his two year old daughter, Cristina, with him that morning, but he had not done so. It is always terrible to lose a friend or loved one, but it is just as eye-opening to realize that we have not lost them but could have. When vie list our compla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 rr 9 <£ U f/J : f/\ \ V.\ v . % m. \i!!iii! mmm . /A h X > M MISS SALINAS HONORED —Miss Elizabeth Salinas, bride-electof Rudy Montemayor, was honored with a bridal shower last Wednesday in the home of Miss Maria Luisa Arriaga. Miss Salinas, mother, Mrs. Virginia Salinas, attended the shower as well as Mrs. Juan Montemayor, mother of the prospective bridegroom. Hostesses for the evening were Miss Belia Guerra, Miss Maria Luisa Arriaga, Mrs. Mauricio Garza, Mrs. David Leal, Mrs. Amparo Leal, Mrs. A.V, Gil Jr., and Mrs. Cesar Leal. Hostesses presented the bride with a vacuum cleaner as a wedding gift. The table was decorated with a lovely center- piece of gladioli and roses on a white lace cloth. The cake in pink and white was decor- ated to resemble a gift with lines of icing like ribbon and a large bow in the center, de- corated with an umbrella to represent the showering of the couple with gifts. Coffee and hot chocolate,...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

RGC High Educators Of The Week MRS. ESTELA GUERRA — A native of Rio Grande City, Mrs. Es- tela Guerra is married to James C. Guerra; they have two children, Jacqui, aged 8, and Barbie, aged 3. After attending Immaculate Con- ception School, grades one through eight, and graduating from Rio Grande City High School, where she was a member of the student council and the National Honor Society, Mrs. Guerra went on to Pan American College, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in speech and a minor in English. While in college she served as a reporter for two years for the Pan American Col- lege newspaper. She taught in Mercedes Junior High School for three years and at Roma Junior High School for two years before coming to Rio Grande City High School where she now teaches speech and English IV and is a sponsor for persuasive and informative speak- ing and the one act play for the University Interscholastic League (UIL). Mrs. Guerra has served as secretary to Beta Sigma...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 «* From rh« desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Children In Texas who sel- dom have an opportunity to re- ceive treatment from a dentist will benefit in 1973 from a new Medicaid program of the Texas State Department of Health and Texas Department of Public Welfare. Welfare families with chil- dren will be eligible for the dental program when it begins early this year. The State Health Department will administer the program. Initially, the program will be for children under the age of six years—approximately 100,000 cliildren in Texas. Beginning on July 1, the program will be expanded to cover all welfare children up to age 21—more than 300,000 children. The program has dual goals. In addition to the dental pro- gram, Medicaid Title XIX funds also will be used to provide a medical screening and treat- ment program. The medical screening services will be highlighted in next week's Ac- cent on Health. The two segments...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Local students attend Pan Am Science Symposium RGC Jaycees will A Nuclear Science Sympos- ium was held on January 10th, on the Pan American campus which was attended by physics teachers and students from twenty-five different school districts in the Valley. The Nuclear Science Symposium was sponsored by Central Pow- er and Light Company in coop- eration with the Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation and Pan American University. Attending from Rio Grande City High School were Roberto Juan Garza and the following eight students: Minerva Car- rera, John Clark, Edna Mae Es- cobar, Donald Gebhart, San Juanita Olga Guerra, Eddie Guerrero, Norman Ramirez, and Basilo Villarreal Jr. All the participants were given a folder which included a copy of the program for the day, a pamphlet "Ocean of Power", and a booklet "Basic Nuclear Physics", all of which were written by the Texas Atomic Energy Research Foundation. The Texas Atomic Energ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

4 v * I «• I & * •< * IICAL MTlCf NOTICE TO SUB-CONTRACT- ORS FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that Rio Grande City Consolidated Independent School District will receive sealed bids for furnish- ing of materials and installation of same in the re-construction of the auditorium on school grounds at Fort Ringgold, Rio Grande City, Texas. Separate sealed bids will be received as the following: 1. Furnishing and installation of all electrical materials called for in the plans and spe- cifications of said project; 2. Furnishing and installa- tion of all plumbing materials called for in the plans and spe- cifications of said project, 3. Furniching and installation of all air conditioning equip- ment called for in the plans and specifications of said pro- THURSDAY, ject; 4. Furnishing all reinforcing steel and miscellaneous iron called for in the plans and spe- cifications of said project; 5. Furnishing all concrete called for in the plans and spe- cifications of said project; 6. Fur...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZAi Reports; WASHINGTON, D.C. --One of several flocxl control mea- sures I will work for this ses- sion of Congress is a new ver- sion of my bill to authorize a comprehensive flood control and soil and water conserva- tion program for the L>.werRio Grande Basin. A new bill was necessary both because this is a new Congress and because we have revised the estimates for cost more in line with the Ad- ministration's expense reduc- tion program. As South Texans know and as I told my House colleagues in introducing the bill, our area is subject to periodic floodwa- ter damage ana to continuing soil erosion of a very serious nature. My bill would authorize the Secretary of Agriculture to carry out a corrective pro- gram prepared by the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture in co- operation with the Texas Water Development Board, the Texas Soil and Water Conservation Board, and the Texas Water Rights Commission. The cost certainly would be a sound in- vestment of gre...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

< « Tummy Sleeping May Harm Babies • THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 Citrus Fiesta Begins Saturday DALLAS — Hey Mom. Don't let that baby sleep on his tummy unless you want him to turn out an ugly kid, a physi- cian says. Mothers who let their babies sleep on their tummies risk having them develop protruding shoulder blades, protruding front teeth, a receding chin and generally bad posture, Dr. Hal A. Huggins of Colorado Springs, Colo., told a dental convention here Monday. "What are our ideas towards proper development?" Dr. Hug- gins asked, then answered his own question; "Don't sleep the baby on its lack, you'll flatten the tack of his head. Turn him over and mash his face." But Huggins added; "Back sleepers' backs con- form to what they're resting on— flat beds. Their shoulder blades are flat and they stand straight." Huggins, who presented find- ings from a five-year study to CLUB From Page 8^ Different types of locations which may be used to display ...

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

Litterst to speak here I ' ' •! ■ The short course at Rio Grande City High is scheduled to begin January 22 at 7:30 p. m. in the Vocational Agricul- ture Building. Other meetings in the series of the short course will be held January 23, 24 and 25. During the dates the short course is in progress, Litterst will be available to assist cattlemen with individual prob- lems and to provide on-the- farm instruction, according to M.M. Escobar & Miguel A. Ca- vazos. Cattlemen interested in at- tending the short coursp should write or call the superintend- ent of schools, Mr. S.P. Cowan, or the teacher of vocational agriculture, Mr. M.M. Escobar & M.A. Cavazos. An entry fee of $3.00 will be charged. Beef Production short course certificates will be presented to each cattleman who attends all the training sessions. Litterst states that the field of beef cattle production must take a close look at efficiency of production in the future. With land prices, feed, and taxes ris- ing, the p...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 January 1973

f * Thursday; January is. 1973 the rio grande herald page 20 j 6 t J C ( c 1 Teague, Highley Defending Cutbacks In Farm Programs iiJ ENGAGEMENT « Mr. and Mrs. Victoriano Vasquez of La Caslta announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Maria del Carmen Vasquez to Gabino Villarreal Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gabino Villarreal Sr. of Elsa. The wedding will be solemnized Saturday, January 20 at 10:00 a.m. at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church of La Casita and Garciasville. WASHINGTON — A prominent member of the House Agrlcul- ure Committee and an Agricul- ture Department spokesman have defended cutbacks in sev- eral administration farm pro- grams. Rep. Charles M. Teague (R- Calif.), ranking minority mem- ber of the House Agriculture Committee, says he approves the Agriculture Department's decision to shift financing of the Rural Electrification Adminis- tration to private sources. The change in REA funding also calls for a five per cent interest rate instead of two ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 January 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Vol. XXXI No. 4 Thursday, January 25, 1973 Ten Cents Rio Grande City, Texas Commissioners give themselves a raise OA ITT TUVTA By RAUL TREJO Rio Grande Heraid The Starr County Commis- sioners Court meeting in a spe- cial session argued about a pay hike for all county employees, discussed redl striding, and allowed newly-elected Com- missioner Hector Lozano to hire his own worker s. The Monday morning meeting opened at 9:30 and lasted until 12:15 p.m. before commission- ers ltnished with the twelve point agenda. The meeting opened with Com- missioner Amando Pena asking If the local paper's taping of the meetings was legal. "I see nothing illegal about It, Commissioner Pena," County Judge Mario Ramirez told Pena. "Do you see anything wrong with it, Mr. Pope?" Ramirez asked former County Attorney John Pope in. "No, it's perfectly legal", Pope answers. Sllvestre Gonzalez of the Soil Conservation Departmen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 January 1973

■IWB93EE |M It THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Thousands Pay Tribute To Late U.S. President || t j c c c I < 1 J t i ( < I 1 AUSTIN, Tex. - They came by the thousands and thousands, the grieved, the sad- dened and the. curious, through the night and into the early morning hours to view the closed, flag-draped casket of Lyndon B. Johnson, this na- tion's 36th president. For hour upon hour, the Johnson family— Lady Bird, the sorrowing widow, her two daughters and their husbands— stood by the casket and shook hands with the mourners. "Thank you for coming," Luci Johnson Nugent told her father's last admirers. "Thank you for coming," she said time and again as tears rimmed her eyes. The Johnsons finally went to LBJ Ranch, CD miles to the west about 8 p.m. Johnson, G4, died Monday of a "severe coronary artery dis- ease," and his lx>dy was to be flown on Air Force One to Washington early today for fu- neral services and last acco- lades and honors from the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 January 1973

V 'i 1 * rHURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 In the service.. TB DRIVE — The Rio Grande City High School Health Careers Club conducted the Tuber- culosis door-to-door drive as their community servica project. Receiving the check for $206.33 collected by the students are Miss Elma Rose Gonzalez and Jose G. Villarreal, members of the board of directors of the Amistad Area Tuberculosis Association. Miss Sylvia Chapa, treasurer of the Health Careers Club, and Miss Cynthia Alaniz, who col- lected $40, are shown with their club sponsor, Mrs. Arturo Garza. The other sponsor of the club is Miss Amelia Lopez. (Photo by Tlssa) HnnnnrBTnnroTrvTnrBTnnrsTrvTnrtnrrsTnrvTTrzrsTnnnriSTnnrTTTiniTrinnfTTnnnrvTrinrin!' Girl Scout funds Where does money go Girl Scout Cookie Sales start- ed 50 years ago by a New Jer- sey troop. They were made at home by the mothers. The idea expanded to other troops and finally was standardized nation- ally. The first National Girl Scout Cookie sale ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 January 1973

THURSDAY. JANUARY 25, 1073 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 ) >f.. - -<r , . LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE TRAEGER-LOCAL SENATOR — State Senator John Traeger of Seguin (District 21) was named Wednesday by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby as vice chairman of Intergovernment Relations Committee. Hobby announced all committee appointments to the nine standing commit- tees. He said he feels the assignments provide equitable representation for all geogra- phical areas of the state. "These appointments recognize the expertise of individual senators regardless of seniority," Hobby said. "However, the continuity of experience is an obvious asset, which is reflected in my assignments of senior senators." "With substantive committee appointments, freshmen senators also will have a chance to make real contributions to the many complex problems facing this 63rd Legislature." The new- ly adopted Senate rules call for the nine standing committees while during the last legis- lative sessions Senate standing comm...

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