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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 4 Thursday, February 1, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas Food stamps coming to Starr April 1 n - I * A statewide food stamp pro- gram will start in Starr Coun- ty on April 1, 1973, it was an- nounced by Manuel J.Raymond, Jr., regional administrator, State Department of Public Wel- fare in Laredo. The state ad- ministered program is made possible by a $7.7 million ap- propriation for fiscal year 1973 by the G2nd Texas Legislature. The first food stamps in Starr County will be issued on July 1, 1973. In Senate Bill No. 1 of the Third Called Session of the 1972 Editorial...Fourth of a series... That good ol' American pie Good ol' American Pie An appetite for this rich pastry seems to be whetted up by some politicians at some stage of their political lives. Three of our honorable county commissioners got a cer- tain yen for it last week and served themselves a piece of the taxpayers' pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

Farmer's deadline on taxes March 1 March 1 Is drawing near as the deadline for farmers to file their 1972 income tax returns. To be considered a farmer, two-thirds of your gross in- come must come from the sale of agricultural products. Although you may not have to pay income tax this year due to various reasons, you must still file a Schedule F if you had any income from farming. To pay any income tax, a net farm profit must have been realized. If this was the case, the same exemptions and de- ductions that apply to any other individual can be used in deter- mining income tax. Married persons filing joint returns for 1972 will not have to pay any tax if their income were less than $2,800. Howev- er, they will still need to file a Schedule F. For Social Security purpos- es, farmers may need to file a Self-employment return. This return can be filed on either the net or gross farm income if the Eg*] SPEED QUEEN QUALITY FOR SUCH LITTLE COST o WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! STAINLESS STEEL T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

I 1 V • 1 Veterans observe peace agreement Silva charged with murder... Francisco Chapa who was shot five times at the Riverdale Inn in Garciasville last week died early Tuesday morning at McAlien Gen- eral Hospital. Chapa was involved in a shooting that is still under investigation by Starr County Sheriff Reymundo Alvarez. Early Tuesday morning Sheriff Alvarez charged Roberto Silva with murder with malice in the shooting and jailed Silva in the Starr County jail after bond was set at $15,000.00 by JP B.S. Lopez. * * * * County gets dog-catcher... Starr County residents will have to watch their dogs carefully as the new Starr County dog catcher goes after his job with the county. The new dog catcher F, Villalonwill start picking up dogs starting today and will place the stray dogs in the dog pound now under con- struction at the dump yard. Dogs will be kept three days and if owners do not claim them they will be exterminated. The county just recently approved a new lease law which p...

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

IJ:* 'jos/ft* ') *' V>" U THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 A mighty wind has been stilled ni (EDITOR'S NOTE: BillMoy- ers was press secretary to President Lyndon B. Johnson and later publisher ofNewsday. He now conducts a public af- fairs television program for the Public Broadcasting System. Moyers also is a member of the board of directors of Harte- Hanks Newspapers Inc.) By BILL MOYERS WASHINGTON — I was in Min- neapolis, filming a public tele- vision show with Chippena Indi- ans, when the radio flashed the news of President Johnson's death. As I walked into the tribal hall one Indian, who knew that I had worked for Mr. Johnson, pulled me aside and said: "A mighty wind has been stilled. I'm sor- ry." Lyndon Johnson struck people that way. Friends, enemies and strangers alike felt the force of his enormous, restless en- ergy. Like the Chippewa's "mighty wind" he could be a- wesome, capricious and inex- plicable — his presence, as Washington learned after ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 '. -.1: Attorney Who Sought Abortion Decision Claims Individual Moral Responsibility Budget Up $19 Billion DALLAS — The woman attorney who started rolling the machinery that overturned abortion statutes in some 30 states says the landmark Su- preme Court ruling absolves no one "of individual moral or re- ligious responsibility." Linda N. Coffee, a 30-year-old Baptist who handled the case of a pregnant and unmarried woman seeking an abortion, was instrumental in placing the case before the high court. The mother, Norma McCorvey, 25, had said she was greatly de- pressed and "unemployable" because of Texas laws denying her an abortion. Miss McCorvey's case led to last week's historic ruling in Washington by the Supreme Court. But, in an interview with Robert O'Brien of the Dallas bureau of Baptist Press, Miss Coffee says she worked for more constitutional freedom than she would exercise on a personal level. She said she fears "emo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 i Local UIL • •• NORTH GRAMMAR PICTURE MEMORY STUDENTS I ■:-t I , •* >yr< * . ..a LA UNION SPELLERS AND PICTURE MEMORY GROUP WITH MRS. BAZAft 1 RINGGOLD PRIMARY TRACK COMPETITORS if n I mj& teams • • • It's U.I.L. contest time again! R.C. Salinas Jr., serving as director general of local U.I.L. events for his seventh year, calls the contests "An in- vestment in scholarship." "The students who participate in these events are the future stars of our high school. They will stand out both in sports and literary fields." Over 400 students will be tak- ing part in the annual Univer- sity Interscholastlc League Contests, to be held as follows: literary events, Thursday, Feb- ruary 22 throughout the day for such events as picture memory, spelling and number sense; and the popular speaking events such as story telling and decla- mation at 7:00p.m. at both Ring- gold Intermediate and Ringgold Junior High School. Athletic contes...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

i - f "4- • • i, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 15 Percent At FAU Receiving GI Funds FIRST TO BUY — Maria Teresa Gallardo, Junior Girl Scout of Troop 149, and Edna Mae Guerrero, Brownie of Troop 254, practice their sales approach with County Judge Dr. Ma- rio Ramirez. Girl Scouts all over the Rio Grande Valley will begin their annual Cookie Sale Friday, February 2. Tip of Texas Girl Scouts plan to sell 100,000 boxes of cookies. Proceeds from the sale will be used to further outdoor camping and to assist in provid- ing international opportunities for Valley Girl Scouts. SMOKIN' JOE LAST STRAW Philadelphia Produces Another Loser Confessions of a losing sports vi riter; Joe Frazier was the last straw for my town. Phila- delphia the ctty of losers, lias nothing. The only winner in town is the guy who moves. Writers covering the Phila- delphia sports beat hold the Na- tional Collegiate Athletic Asso- c i a t i o n, National Football League, National Basketball As...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Nixon Predicts Economical Year In Major Message To Congress WASHINGTON - Pres- ident Nixon today predicted a very good year, perhaps a great one, for the American economy and called on Con- gress and the country to pre- pare for the end of ^age and price controls. Nixon said this means sup- porting his foremost economic policy, the restraint of federal spending, so that big deficits do not turn "a healthy expansion into a feverish boom followed by a recession." In the second of the major presidential messages to the new Congress, the annual Eco- nomic Report, Nixon ham- mered on the cost-cutting theme as insistently as he did in Monday's budget message. "We must develop more re- liable and responsible attitudes and methods for dealing with the federal budget," he told Congress, "so that it is not per- petually on the margin of an in- flationary explosion. "We must prepare for the end of wage and price controls, and be willing t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 r — v.- RINGGOLD INTERMEDIATE LITERARY CONTESTANTS MRS. JESUS SOLIS WITH WEST GRAMMAR PICTURE MEMORY STUDENTS AUSTIN, Tex. -- This city lost a part of its "personality" last week. Most Austin citizens acterl sophisticated about the fact that President Lyndon Baines Johnson was seen fre- quently at public events .... but his personality gave the entire area a certain glamor that will be lost with his pas- sing. He had made frequent ap- pearances recently -- the Cot- ton Bowl, Civil Rights forum, Governor Briscoe's inaugura- tion, and an economic seminar at San Marcos. Yes, Austin and Texas will miss LBJ. He did not try to dominate the show when he appeared pub- licly, did not make "news" by voicing opinions on everything, but his influence was felt in many important ways. During last year's political campaigns in Texas, he was on the phone raising money, of- fering advice — supporting those who had been loyal to him during his p...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

All around the town... with tissa peterson.. H5 January has really been a popular month for birthdays, and many babies have been born this month. It really seems like a good time to come into this world. 1973 shows promise of being a great year, with the war over and so many wonderful things being done to im- prove our county, our nation, and our world. Mr. and Mrs. Epifanio Martinez are proud to announce the birth of a baby boy on January 27. Born in McAllen, he weighed 7 lbs., 8 ozs. His brother and sisters Norma, Sandra, and Eli, are happy to wel- come him home. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E.T. Mar- tinez and Mrs. Matias Olivarez. Congratulations are also in order for Mr. and Mrs. Leonel Solis of Rio Grande City. They have a new daughter born on January 25 at Sudreman Clinic in McAllen. Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Olivarez, Jr., have had their first child, a daughter, born January 27 in Dallas. Rey works at a plastic factory in Dallas. The proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Reyn...

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

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 T % * ( - •*. Local man serves nations leaders... J- Sergeant Juan M. Escobar By TISSA PETERSON Herald Society Editor Marine Sgt. Juan M. Escobar of Roma is assigned as an Hon- or Guard to the White House. He has had the honor of serv- ing three presidents. Escobar served as a pall bearer at the funeral of form- er president, Harry S. Truman. He also participated in the inauguration ceremonies of President Richard M. Nixon as Color Guard. Most recently Escobar was a pall bearer for former pres- ident, Lyndon B. Johnson, at the funeral services in Washington. The eight uniformed pal' bearers represent each of the services. The joint service cas- ket team is made up of Sgt. Juan Escobar--Marines, Roma, Texas; Sgt. Lyle Gray--Army, Milwaukee; Sgt. Greg Kulick— Army, Northpoint, N.Y.; Sgt. Timothy Phillips-- Marines, Smoaks, S.C.; S. Sgt. Bill Tay- lor—Air Force, Villisca, Iowa; Seaman James Brainard III— Coast Guard, Norman, Okla...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 The baleen whales include the right whales, so named because whalers consider them "just right"-easy to kill and full of oil and whalebone. K-'OR SALE BALED HAY-RED TOP, BUFFEL, HAYGRAZER! (ALL STORED IN BARN) AVAILABLE: 10,000 BALES CONTACT: MR. ROLANDO GARZA 487-3645 FINALLY -- Work has begun to rebuild the auditorium located on the grounds within Fort Ringgold. Local workmen are being used to staff the crews working to restore the build- ing which was destroyed by fire several years ago. Local ranchers stocking from famous Diamond '()' There has been a strong de- mand for Diamond O Ranch bulls during the past six months according to Charles R. Wat- son, general manager of the Santa Elena, Texas, ranch. The South Texas ranch, which is located 45 miles from the Mex- ican border, runs 200 regis- tered Hereford cows and 700 commercial Hereford females that are mated to registered Hereford, Simmental and Brah- man bulls. Ed Swai...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HER LD PAGE 15 iggB'BB'a'a'aa aanhbba bbb bb'bb aaba abbtbb'5abb'bb'b'b'b~bbbbbbbbbsbbtimmnnnrffo ♦ 4 • ♦ t • i - 4- f. - *. ] V- ■ ► • V { r5/ie Came To The Valley' 1973 Edition Released By Lucy H. Wallace Gather in a bundle of nostal- gia, sentiment and boundless love, wrap it into a book and you have a novel about Mission, Circa 1910-1920. This was — and is — She Came to the Val- ley, written by Cleo Dawson. The "was" version came about because Cleo Dawson, noted author, lecturer, university professor and television per- sonality so loved Mission and her mother, heroine of the book. The "is now" phase is in the memorial edition of the book being issued this month because of the belief of a group of Mission residents that the book should be kept in print as a living tribute to the town's founders. First published in 1943, She Came to the Valley went into 1C editions in the United States and three in foreign countries before dropping into t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 State Had Best Year In Business In 1972 WINNERS AT ZAPATA UIL MEET — Rio Grande City High School students took part in a practice University Interscholastic League meet in Zapata Saturday. Competition was held in all UIL events except debate, with eleven schools from South Texas competing. Winners from Rio Grande City were Patrick Russell, 4th place number sense and Javier Saenz (not pictured), Ctli place number sense. Ana Arredondo took second and Rosalinda Rodri- guez took third in spelling to bring home the trophy for this event. Annie Silva placed third in prose reading, and Ruben Molina won a fourth place in poetry interpretation. McAllen Firm Guilty Of Labor Violation AUSTIN- Business In 1972 was the best ever for the state, according to a professor at the University of Texas—but the boom may have also con- tributed to the naHon's in- flationary spiral. Robert H. Ryan, assistant professor of business at UT- Austin, says ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

■ft n > I a. h- r I . T Flood Control Program Hit With Budget Cut THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 WASHINGTON — President Nixon's budget request to Con- gress projects a drop in expen- ditures on the Lower Rio Gran- de flood control improvement program under the United States-Mexico Water and Boun- dary Commission next year. Expenditures in fiscal 1974, begins next July 1, are estimat- ed at $5.25 million, down from the estimated 1973 figure of $G.9G million. Completion of the Lower Rio Grande flood control improve- ment program will require nearly $8.4 million in addition- al funds after 1974, the budget estimates. The 1974 funds are for repair and improvement of flood con- trol works protecting the me- tropolitan areas of Hidalgo, Brownsville, Harlingen, Mer- cedes, and Weslaco, as well as over 400,000 acres of irri- gated land on the U.S. side of the Rio Grande, from river floods. Overall, the President's budget estimates that U.S. construc- tion expend...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Open Meetings Bill Expected In Senate AUSTIN,- Texas House members were expected to pass to the Senate today a bill applying the state open meetings law to the legislature for the first time and providing harsher penalties for public of- ficials who take part in secret meetings. The measure advanced Mon- day on ^ 137-6 vote after delate which lasted from 11:35 a.m. until after 5:30 p.m., with about an hour and 15 minutes off for lunch. Reps. Dean Cobb of Dumas, A. L. Dramberger of San An- tonio, Bill Hollowell of Grand Saline, Felix McDonald of Edinburg, Tom Uher of Bay City and Billy Williamson of Tyler voted against the meas- ure Monday. House Speaker Price Daniel Jr. praised the bill, which was part of his nine-bill "reform" package, despite amendments which the sponsor said "se- riously cripple" the measure. Daniel said the measure would "guarantee the right of the public and the news media to attend and observe virtually ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

LEGAL NOTICE I r rS- rr V THE STATE OF TEXAS To any Sheriff or any Constable within the State of Texas - GREETING: You are hereby commanded to cause to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks, the first publication to be at least twenty-eight days before the return day thereof, in a newspaper printed in Starr County, Texas, the ac- companying citation, of which the herein below following is a true copy. CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: Agustina Garcia Mejor- ado, Defendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court 229th Judicial District of Starr Coun- ty at the Courthouse thereof, in Rio Grande City, Texas, by fil- ing a written answer at or be- fore 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday next after the expira- tion of forty-two days from the date of the issuance of this ci- tation, same being the 5th day of March A.D. 1973, to Plain- tiff's Petition filed in said court, on the 14th day of March, A.D. 1972, in this...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 February 1973

IASilvITI FAMILY^ 4 LAWYER A. Contract for Ufetime Care "You get everything 1 own. In return, I get complete care for the rest of my life." In effect, this was the agree- ment that an elderly widower made with a retirement home. And when he died a few years later, the management put in a claim for his remaining assets. However, the man's relatives went to court with an objection. "This was gambling, pure and simple," they argued. "No one knew how many years he would live. No one knew how much property he would have when he died. And gambling contracts are illegal." But the court saw nothing ille- gal about the contract. Finding it no more of a gamble than an insurance policy, the court said the law had no objection so long as both parties understood what they were doing. In most cases, contracts for lifetime care have been upheld as lawful and reasonable. Courts say they serve a useful purpose for those who want the security THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1973 THE of a safe haven in their de...

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