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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

f « I I f — * -t / V* GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS Rio Grande City, Texas TEN CENTS Vol. XX No.8 Thursday February 24, 1972 In this issue: see cage pictorial in this issue. CVTTVVTVl Earlier in the week the commissioners had re- jected the Trimble bid because of his past record with the county. Judge Ramirez won support from Commissioners Reynaldo Alaniz and E. A. Durari in rejecting the bids. Friday the two commissioners reversed their vote and hired Trimble. During hurricane Beulah, if you remember, the county had to dish out $10,000 to Shwope and Com- pany for work they did or said they did on the road leading to the airport. Because of lack of proper records and supervision the county had to pay for work that is obviously not there. We believe that part of the judges failing to stop the hiring of an 'engineer' was the lack of support from the people. The judge has asked many times in this paper and in letters to citizens of the county to support him in his efforts to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

: JfHlT THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972 Study club hears delinquency problems No-Fault John A. Pope III, Starr Coun- ty District Attorney, recently addressed the Florence J. Scott Study Club with a talk entitled, '•It's Your Kid — What Are You Going to Do About It?" Pope stated that there is a growing problem among the youth with smoking, VD, drugs, and theft as examples. He referred to a boy, who at age 14 began with stealing, then went on to smoking marijuana, homosexuality, and has gone steadily backward until now, at age 17, he has been arrested for burglary at night which is a penitentiary offense. Another boy, 9 years old, was found to have venereal disease as a result of being usedhomo- sexually by a grown man. A young runaway girl became a prostitute in Mexico and now, at age 15, is expecting a child. Marijuana and pills have been found in Rio Grande City, Roma, and San Isidro. Although the degree of danger from these drugs is not completely known, a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

RIO GRANDE HERALD THRS FEB, 24, 1972 PAGE 3 I 1V M- - -t I I Pope speaks on Law and Order The Pan American Round Table of Rio Grande City met here last week with Mrs. John A. Pope Jr., as chairman of the program on the United States. She introduced her son, John A. Pope III, county attorney for Starr County. He talked on various phases of law and its enforcement. He said that unfortunately the law is a very dry subject and the only things interesting are the people that are involved daily in both civil and criminal violations. It is human nature to withdraw from something that does not affect the person, the family unit or a community and the millions of words that have been written and the statements on television by commentators are Ignored as long as we are warm, fed and protected. Pope said he would discuss one of the problems that has caused an Increase in crime. His subject was The Mess in Our Courts. Someone said not long ago "Law is not dead, but it sure is breathing hard." ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

I THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972 Guerra the modern THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Te*a "What can I do to get out of this contract? This gyp outfit came by and talked me into signing up with them, and I am really unhappy with the deal." The Consumer Protection Division of the Attorney Gen- eral's Office hears this plain- tive plea all too often, but the sad truth of the matter is that there is not much anyone can do about a situation like this. When you put your signature on that dotted line, in the eyes of the law you've had it. It is al- most impossible to "get out" of the contract as the many con- sumers contacting our office desire, and if consumers want to try to break the contract they need to get their own private attorney. This is not something which the Attorney General's Office can do for them. If the above seems to put the consumer in hot water, remem- ber we are talking about his plight after he has signed the con...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 197£ < <• "V /«\ J J - -j V j.- ♦ * ♦- - ** I Gladiators walk over Longhorns EDINBURG - Roma broke open a close game in the sec- ond quarter Tuesday night and claimed a Class AA bi-dlstrlct victory over Hebbronville 73- 55 in the Pan American Uni- versity Field House. Roma thus lifted its season Organized Crime Small In Texas Organized crime has only a small impact in Texas, the head of the State Department of Public Safety says. "It's obvious to me the east- ern syndicate would have some tentacles reaching into Texas," Col. Wilson Speir said, "but as fiir as the total operation, it would have a very small in- fluence as fiir as the total crime picture goes." Speir said bookmaking is "the biggest single one item" of organized activity in Texas, in terms of dollars and cents, with most betting centered on professional football. "It is impossible for bookies to operate without being part of the national syndicate," he said. In ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972 PAGE 7 Rattlers drop to bi-district foe... KINGSVILLE'-Aransas Pass took Rio Grande City on the floor and outmuscled the Ratt- lers under both boards to score a convincing 65-53 victory for the Class 3A bi-District title here Tuesday .light. The Panthers, who last week 5) ALL-DISTRICT SELECTIONS -HA3f m 1; ALL-DISTRICT — Ovidlo Acevedo, leading scorer for the Rattler District Champion Basketball Team, was a unanimous selection for the 16-3AAA All-District dream team. Acevedo, who led the Rattlers to the bi-district playoffs, was selected at the annual meeting of the district 1G-3A committee. Acevedo has been a key figure in the Rattlers' attack for three years and has been selected the most valuable player in several tour- naments throughout the South Texas area. (Herald photo) -j * a'- *• ♦ .. * - - * t - . - -f s OF „ HER ALL-DISTRICT — Jose Leon Garcia, another top gun for the Rattlers, was selected to the All-District second team...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

i if I m i i - i w KOUNTY KIST «RJ CORN 12 OZ. t I J ' * ■ \VS • SILVER DOLLAR MAKERS ^PART OF EVERV MEAL TTUCE lb. CABBAGE 19 RADISHES POTATOES H* SPRAY STARCH *"'"" ....5* JUMBO TOWiLS. 3 « $1.00 ROOT BEER"" ,™39< MRS. TUCKER'S OIL „ W CHUNK TUNA [ B0"Ti 39« SALAD MUSTARD "" 17' FRISKIE RANCHTTLE .V .. Kin 2 ML PKG. LB. TIIIST TOUI HUT MISCIIFTIOH TO 1Va£4X&£sc4- THE NATION S LARGEST PHARMACY SERVICE ...MOW FILLIHO OV«* FOR « «CSCRH,TiONr <S4 Million!) \ pwi cmp"nom - '*^<1 "u SHEAFFER p£|| S|f SPECIAL $25.00 $Q95 NOW FOR 'eaten MM£/H /DBAS ¥}aaAmew TROUT RED FISH i. TASTY. fif(JTfi/TtO(/S CASHMERE BOUQUET BODY POWDER 6.5 OZ. 7VC 2 1. 3 PAIRS OF PANTY HOSE $i FOR goorganta BHGHT SIDE shampoo ' BAYER introduces... BAYER TIMED RELEASE ASPIRIN BAYER TIME- RELEASE TABLETS 30? 98< DOG FOOD INSTANT BREAaTA PLAIN CHILI FAB DETERGENT « m COMET RICE FANTA SODAS TISSUE""'"1101 ANACONDA FOIL KLEENEX10" TRASH BAGS .; FLOUR PILLSBURY m V STORAGE BAGS SILVER DUST w™,UNGLMtl DISH...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

' CATSUP LIBBY A A F 0 R AT CAN ,12' IAXJAST^'59' 59" IS oz. Unchtyle h IL KING SIZE $1 *29 W< . WH&IEH MTKWJ Ha. l i MtMNACISTJ [ PMARMAC V 417 it CAN . 2 del PKG. 10' 3$1.00 4rf°Olrls$1.00 3 $1.00 69' 5 & 39' VAL-VU-MART WE'LL GIVE YOU SILVER DOLLARS FOR CHANGE—IF YOU WISH 1972 EISENHOWER -COIN- TOMATO KETCHUP " 49* COOKING OIL """ «oz 99( SALAD DRESSING:^...., , 59' SHORTENING""3 '..88' CRISCO OIL 0.1... <« $2.49 FAB ., REG. SIZE 3™" $1.00 PEAS "M" MJ„.5™$I.OO CUT green beans ;; ;;5 r$i.oo PEACHES " , ..3'°«$1.00 DETERGENT ,1MSlie99' SAUSAGEM0'"""4 ™ $1.00 BEANS"™ „« 2 - 39' DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Call 467-2504 For Yovr Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 ■ Registered Pharmacist Pole Diaz Jr.-Prop. Lino Canales Jr.- General Manager Rio Grande City Starr Plaza Shopping Center WITH THIS COUPON vi\0UN% |« ^ GHOWN j. folgePS coffee FOLGER'S COFFEE GOOD: VAL-U-HART EXPIRES: 2-27-72 CLIP AND SAVE D F6c;" * 3CS IGLE IP TOWELS GT. SIZE SWEETHEART 22 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

J%"' * the rio grande herald Thursday; February 24, 1972 page 10 If Poth takes stubborn San Isidro ALICE - Two key San Isidro players fouled out In the early minutes of the fourth quarter and Poth responded by out- scoring the Tigers 27-8 in the final period Tuesday night to win a Class A bi-district con- test 76-54. The District 32 - A champion Tigers had drawn within three points going into the final quar- ter but the District 31-A Pirates took advantage of the excited Tigers to post the win that vaults Poth into the regional playoffs. Poth extended its season record to 25-4 while the Tigers closed out their season at 18- 11. Greg Uhlig and Bobby Kotzur were the biggest Pirate guns as they combined to sink 60 points Uhlig poured in 32 while Kotzur added 28 as the hot pair out- scored the San Isidro squad. David Garcia, the only start- er that did not foul out for the Tigers, led San Isidro with 25 points, while Robert Garza Marisela crowned catholic queen The Queen Coronation held...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

f. ■ . t <• OF* V\ •- V v ■ ,'V PLU ANY 22< BONUSES s8& olClWW WITH PURCHASE OF su«o We've just completed our inventory — and we've discovered that we are WAY OVERSTOCKED! To rectify this situation, we're holding a gigantic store- wide sale with savings like you've never seen before! Normally, LFD has the lowest prices in town — but our 22c SALE-A-BRATION means even greater sav- ings! Every item in the store is reduced from 10% to 60% with 22c BONUS BUYS attached to all ' items. Special tags to designate discount and 22c bonus buys will be placed on each item in the store. Although we are overstocked, many of the items are limited in quantity — so hurry in now for your share of these tremendous savings! €eief*4rioM - fn*s ,St°ms f/re Stock 60 f. M "•lilSi' QUAfl,T'T'£8LUM/T6 0, UW CHAIRS tm **mSS[S $29 C0T ith mattress tf MM* CLOCKS ,? !°'lAmerltn CHMis$22 *5 W*U CABINETS !? bids *6 LAMPS 'HONS. EASY, EASY TERMS 36 MONTHS TO PAY LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS 300 E. MAIN RI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY24,1972 Immunizaciones en el condado Starr PAGE 12 que en 1Q68 y 1969. El aumento de casos es por el decremento de lnmunizaciones administra- dos a ninos de las edades de 1- I I 1 I I i Una serle de cliniclas de lnmunizaciones dirijldas a reducir los casos de enferme- dad en el Valle de Rio Grande, princlplara* el 27 de febrero. Niri&s de dos meses de edad hasta cinco anos seran el cen- tro de este programa de los departamentos de salud de los condados de Cameron, Hidalgo, Willacy, Starr, Zapata. Duval y Webb, segun dice el doctor Victor Zalma, Director de Salud Publica de Region 10 del Departamento de Salud del estado de Tejas. Vacunas que se van aofrecer incluyen polio oral, DPT (dif- terja, tetanos, y tos ferina), Td (tefanos y difteria para ninos de escuela y adultos), Saram- pion, rubella y sarampion- rubella combinada. Aunque el programa esta dirijido a ninos pequenos, tarn- bien habra vacunas para ninos de edad escolar que necesiten...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

4 •> • .,Jy V - I Ji \ 4 V t to J ;f- / It ♦ t. I *> < . ■ * THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 RIO GRANDE CITY 4-H CLUB—The Rio Grande City 4-H Club has selected Miss Maria Elena Rodriguez as their repre- sentative. She is the 17 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laza- ro Rodriguez. She is 5*6 1/2" tall, weighs 118 pounds, has blue- green "eyes and light brown hair. Maria lias been District Dele- gate, Gold Star Winner, Finalists In State 4-H Dress Revue, FTA member, Cheerleader, Donna Lamb Blue Jean Queen 1971, ROTC Sponsor, and Starr County Rodeo Queen, and is the pre- sent Miss Starr County. \ \ RIO GRANDE CITY FFA CHAPTER—Miss Anna Lopez has been selected as the candidate of the Rio Grande City FFA Chap- ter. She is the 16 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julian V. Lopez. Anna Is G'3 1/2" tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has green eyes and blonde hair. Anna Is a FFA Sweetheart, ROTC, Stu- dent Council, and MYF. Jloufi See Us At... Saul's Income Tax ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1972PAGE 14 lit i f s SAN ISIDRO 4-H CLUB—Representing the San Isidro 4-H Club is Miss Carolina Alvarado. She is the 17 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Alvarado. She is 5'6" tall, weighs 125 pounds, has brown eyes and brown hair. Carolina is a member of the Nurses' Club, 4-H Club, FHA Chapter. She is a band member and twirler, plays basketball, and placed 3rd in the '70- '71 Miss Starr County Pageant. Record Farm Predicted WASHINGTON - Agri- culture Department officials, already predicting 1972 net farm income at a record high, are reportedly considering re- vising this year's income esti- mate upward even further. According to sources Tuesday at the National Agricultural Outlook Conference, the fiirm- income picture is looking even brighter than the estimated $1.5 billion to $2 billion gain already indicated. At a boost of $2 billion, net fiirm income would hit a record $17.7 billion this year, surpass- ing the old mark of $17.1...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

* r w i t .•'it i Come See Us! That's What We're EuLtuli'w Here for Furniture See Us At... 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 RABANfTOS FOR CHARLES ScHULZ 'icooS N£E- N 6HAwos E^JE - BAN2A,F|2AN- kUK. YTbPO$ NECESlTAMOG LO^^OJEGDOS.SirA BE- CDEPDO^Vtft WaA . 7 i ERAN BJENOs, K,' -o 6E ME OLV\C^POM HELEN [XJU3IHA |MAOo£H UNA f£GXJEfi/\ 6RANJA EL CIN6D DE ABPII DE- 1450. e£lA&A LLDVIEH- Do LA NoCH^pa-SAlLE DE6ALH 3E 6RA\XJo. dia QUE £- J IP _ foORWSOEQD 'MA4TAGDE,££VEfW>, lATOMgtfUN c'ABALbo... Ut^JpVEh ALIO VMOpEHo LA CAR6cT HA^TA EL ES7A- «£.■;n<±EPA EL AMOR.Q0E Paw, ella, te^SDCaW\E:WFA- W NO Tfc AAOjE^ RopQJ£ £P% WUX CXMO EL A2UO\(2 Y£l lEMOJMTettPRTlQfe' E£X /$04 QM fapte fUEjROHOtLO^^&JO- R& QE SO VID4- ^CCmtHOOUX EUA P1J0 AN^ f-H ^ T^L \JE2 LO£ /lA&JOfiKDE Ml MICK' E^oftJE LOQUE PVJO 1£taP^/-^PANPO E9% /$oS EN^W dEHPAPfe? iGUfm>(0N ELdCA/EH Atfo Y MORENO? d<5UE"dA$^//SOYUM > PtBKf6^' / TO&PE^ /1 G4BAU-W E$0 flEN£> &am...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 February 1972

•• 1 From th« desk of Ml Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Your heart Is the sturdiest, toughest muscle of your body. The work It does is almost miraculous. Yet too many Tex- ans are neglecting the health and conditioning of that heart muscle. In this computerized age exercise has become the uncommon thing, and our ur- banized society and the fast CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — As chairmkii of the House Agri- culture Sitfjcommlttee on De- partment Operations, I held •■-hearings not long ago on the effectiveness of the Agriculture Department's marketing re- search activities. The purpose was t6 try to find out what had been the result of the passage 25 years ago of the Agricul- tural Marketing Act of 1946. This law instructed the Secre- tary of Agriculture to "in- crease the effectiveness of the marketing research, service and regulatory work of the Department by consolidating these activities in connection with marketing, transportation, storage, proce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. lO Thursday March 9, 1972 Kio Grande City, Texas Slarr County Youth Fair opens Saturday s^Kio\n m v *4 JM y,j N Hi Fn* -■) «a- fivCranteCrifl'fWJ' TO STATE MEET—Miss Rebecca Soto, pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Soto of Rio Grande City displays to high school principal I. Ybarra the painting chosen to be displayed state wide at an area Vocational conference to be held In San Antonio today, Friday and Saturday. The work shows the different types of vocational education on each pear of cactus and the rattler which are typical of the area striking out. The strike- out and win theme will be carried throughout the conference. Other students going to the conference are Ella Vela and Blanca Zunega. Court rules out state financing primaries AUSTIN, Tex. - The Texas Supreme Court ruled to- day that tax dollars cannot be spent on primary elections without the legislature's ap- proval The court...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

i THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 .-.p. 1^. at La Ferla, Lyford, Raymond- I l|JJJ ville, Rio Grande City, Roma, Santa Rosa and Weslaco, according to Joe PUmer, district manager, This is all necessary to establish DDD service which will mean better and faster long distance ser- During the next few weeks a tremendous amount of installa- tion and testing work will be going on in the General Tele- phone Company central offices vice for these towns. "We are aware that ser- vice has been and will be inter- rupted on occasion during these many months of construction and installation," Pilmer said, "but the very nature of a pro- ject of this scope is such that it is impossible to avoid all , (j: 'i' service interruptions." Pilmer pointed out that the work being performed in the central offices is much like a highway construction project. Travelers must suffer some inconvenience by using different routes and taking detours in order to have access to new and I .3 1 *>"...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1971 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 FOlKS ^ew Valley Organization .<■ i •t- t :h L. -i * - j A- -r & Facts Manuel P. Guillen Jr. and Mario S. Guillen, have been named the Outstanding Conser- vation Ranchers for 1971 by the Starr County Soil and Water Conservation District. The Guillen brothers were cited for their outstanding con- servation work on their 1,129 acre ranch, 10 miles northwest of Roma, where they raise Beef- masters. They have carried out brush control, range seeding of Buf- flegrass, deferred grazing, pro- per grazing, use conservation practice on their entire acreage Two farm ponds also have been built to supply water for live- stock, reduce pollution and fur- nish a place to raise fish for recreation. According to John A. Shuford, chairman of the Board of the Directors of the District, the Guillen brothers will be pre- sented with their award at the Silver Anniversary Awards Program on May 8th, together with other District winners. Mr. & ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

1 V * I THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1971 PAGE 4 TWO SCIENCE GRANTS AUSTIN, Tex. - The University of Texas Science Education Center has received two grants totaling $208,578 to start a new academic course on environmental problems and to refresh 15 junior high school teachers in biological, physical and earth sciences. The grants are from the Na- tional Science Foundation. SKIPS TEAM AND JAIL WOODSTOCK. Md The Sykesville Correctional Laundry Camp won the basket- ball game but lost an assistant coach Issiah Brown Jr . 40, escaped after his inmate team defeated a squad from the local job train- ing center. 41-36 Brown was serving a term for armed robbery. thank you... The family of Dr. H. Ro- driguez wishes to express their sincere appreciation for the many expressions of sympathy and floral ar- rangements and the many friends that accompanied us during our time of deep loss. The II. Rodriguez Family A concept for development of a Greater South Texas Cultu- ral Basin plan ...

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