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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

honor roil i t , \ Grulla Primary School honor roll for second nine weeks: Mrs. Lorene Villarreal first grade class: A-Damacio Bor- rego, Josefa Gil, AdelinaGuer- ra, Debra Jean Lozano, Melis- sa Ybarra, Virginia Ybarra; A&B-DaUla Garcia, Isabel Lo- pez, Aleyda Martinez, BeliaSo-" lis, Juan Antonio Solis, Imelda Solis, Mirna Ester Sclis. Miss Irma Guerra second grade class: A-Javier Solis, Belia Solis, Rosa Ana Gonzal- ez, Lilia Gonzalez, Nelda Zar- ate, Thelma Venecia, Rosa Ma- ria Solis; A&B-Maricela Per- ez, Jesus Alberto Solis, Elijio Garcia, Jaime Villarreal, San- dra Garza, Leticia Villarreal, Jorge Luis Garcia. Mrs. Minnie Saenz third grade class: A-Luzelma Gar- za, Rebecca Ramirez, Noe Mendoza, Javier Solis, Ofelia Villarreal, ArnoMo Solis, Fa- bian Solis, Anselmo Garza; A&B-Magdalena Martinez, Joel Venecia, Tony R. Ybarra, Ro- meo Solis, Ricardo Ruelas, and Maribel Flores. Miss Azucena Garcia fourth grade class: A-Ileana Chapa, Israel Ybarra Jr., Maria Ram- irez...

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

USO Closes Its Doors ■ SAIGON (APJ - "The USO Is Closed." The red, white and blue sign on the door spelled the end of an era for the hundreds of thou- sands of war-weary GIs Mho wandered inside looking for a hamburger or a friendly face. After nearly 10 years of try- ing to provide a bit of America in an unfamiliar land of rice paddies and conical hats, the last USO in South Vietnam posted the notice today. There was no music, no for- mal announcement, not even free chili dogs or milkshakes to mark the occasion. Just a few startled civilians and soldiers Mho came to have a snack, play pool or just hang around for a while. "I don't believe it," said Sgt. Jack Rains of Mfami, Fla. "I got down here after 10 months and it's closed! I guess that's the way things go." Though all the food and en- tertainmen t facilities are closed, USO director Michelle M. Chalfont said the building will be open for information and sfc eside phone calls until all the American servicemen are out of South Vi...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 ' 1. t TSTA Capitol Report Series Of Crimes Compared To I960 Rep. Clark's office telephone number In Austin Is (512) 475- 3103 and that of Rep. Kubiak Is (512) 475-3563. A call to your own Representatives will be of great help, too. School Counselor Privilege Bill—Rep. R.B. McAllster, vice chairman of the House Ed- ucation Committee has intro- duced H.B. 217 which will give a school counselor the privilege of refusing to disclose in court many communications made to the counselor by students. The option to divulge the informa- tion will rest with the counselor and not with the court or the stu- dent. Not having any duty to testify under the proposal, a counselor who did divulge pri- vileged information possibly may be faced with allegations of liability by an objecting student in some circumstances. The privilege proposed by H.B. 217 goes beyond that extended by the present law to a clergyman whose privilege depends on the obj...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 | CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. ~ The President's new budget, sur- rounded by controversy from the monent he made It public, outlines a do-less formula for the federal government. It calls for fewer programs and fewer bureaucrats, for no new or higher taxes, and for strict lim- its on future spending. These are worthy aims, ap- pealing to the man or woman who gets up and goes to work in the morning to earn a living. There are some questions in Congress about the order of the President's priorities. Some of the programs which he proposes to eliminate have been of great value to South Texas. The objective of brining federal spending under control Is one of which we can. all approve, and the question of how this can best be accomplished is one to which Congress will give close consi- deration. * * ANY MAIL TODAY? —Nearly everybody In the country is af- fected by tha mail service — even more than by the inc...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

t- f * f ! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERA! D PACE 21 Medeiros Elevated To Cardinal VATICAN CITY pope Paul VI named 30 new cardinals today, including three Americans, and announced he viould elevate them in a con- sistory March 5. It viill be the fourth con- sistory of his reign, and will in- crease membership in the Col- lege of Cardinals to 145, a record. The three new A merlcan car- dinals will increase American representation in the College of Cardinals to 12, the third larg- est national group after the Italians and the French. Italy will have 42 cardinals and France 13. The newly named Americans are Archbishops Luis Aponte Martinez, 50, of San Juan, the first Puerto Rican named a prince of the Roman Catholic Church; Humberto S. Medeiros, 57, of Boston; and Timothy Manning, G3, of Los Angeles. These are the new cardinals in addition to the three Ameri- cans; Archbishops James Robert Knox, 68, Melbourne, Australia; James Darcy Freeman, 65, Sydney, Australia; and J...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

w*! LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS To any Sheriff or any Constable within the Stati; of Texas - GREETING: You are hereby commanded to cause to be pjViif'aet! once each week for fb>ir onsec-'tive 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: Agustlna 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 jorado, Plaintiff, vs. Agustlna Garcia Mejorado, Defendant. A brief statement of the na- ture of this suit Is as follows to wit: A petition for divorce and cus- tody of children as is more fully shown by Plaintiff's Petition on file in this suit. If this citation Is not served within ninety days after the date of Its Issuance, it shal...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 QUEEN CONTESTANTS—These six lovely young ladles repre- sented their classes In the Queen Contest culminated this week at the Immaculate Conception Convent School. They are from left to QUEEN LETICIA—Miss Leticia Solis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Soils, was chosen as Queen of the Convent School. The contest was ended Monday night with the fourth grade representative an- nounced as the winner. Miss Soils will reign over the coronation to be held March 4. Mrs. Hinojosa hosts Woman's Club The Rio Grande City Wom- an's Club held its regular meet- ing last Thursday in the home of Mrs. Alex Hinojosa. Fifteen members were present for the meeting. A business meeting was held, and a delegate for the Spring convention was appointed. Mrs. A.J. Vale will represent the club at the Convention to be held in March in Laredo for the South Texas District. The program for the evening was from the Fine Art Depart- ment in the Division of Litera...

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

i r « t GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 6 Thursday, February 15, 1973 Hio Grande City, Texas ( t h * r . i \ i Commissioners■ Refuse pay hike, boot out Trimble, raise constables salaries, agree to revenue sharing public meetings Editorial... Sixth of a series Commissioners make BIG change The Rio Grande Herald takes pride in congratulating the Starr County Commissioners for the big changes that they made at their regular Monday morning meeting. As you well know, The Rio Grande Herald has had a ser- ies of editorials which were pin-pointing problems in the county with our county commissioners court and with var- ious actions that had been taken since the two new commis- sioners took office in early January. We have heard many people say that we did not give Commissioner Roque Guerra any breathing room . . . that the Herald took him apart from the very start and have even been accused of a little assassination. But...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY ID, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 "Do. fe&tk in t&e Ti.S.... Substantial amounts of ille- gal pork and pork products con- tinue to show up at U.S. ports of entry along the Mexican border, despite the Oct. 2 regulations of the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture that prohibit importation of these foods from nations where hog cholera is known to exist. Amounts intercepted by USDA inspectors, and either returned to Mexico or destroyed, run from 500 pounds to a ton, monthly, according to John Ward, regional director for USDA's Agricultural Quaran- tine and Inspection Office, Brownsville, Texas. We are concerned about the Rio Grande City Fri. -Feb. 16- -1 -8 P.M. Football Field Parking Lot JAYCEES PRESENT FISHER BROS 43 •V-'v. SEE MAMMOTH HIPPOPOTAMUS PRICES: ADVANCE SALE CHILD OR ADULT $1.00 BOX-OFFICE CHILD ADULT (OVER 13) SI.25 $1.50 inconvenience this may cause travelers because they don't know the regulations, as well as the fact that importation of live ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

Attorney rules on dual posts salaries 1 i AUSTIN--Texas Attorney General John Hill ruled Fri- day a teacher in a public school or college may not serve on a commissioners court unless he renounces his salary as commissioner. Hill's opinion was requested by Bevington Reed, state higher education commissioner, who gave as his example "a teacher, instructor or professor" of Odessa College and the post of county commissioner of F:ctor (Odessa) County. Hill said a 1972 constitutional amendment permits state employees to serve on governing bodies of school dis- tricts, cities, towns or other local governmental districts, but only if they receive no salary or compensation as members of those bodies. COMMISSIONERS From Page 1 1 5 . fire chief respectfully. Teran then addressed the court and asked in a letter that the department be allowed to select their own fire chief and their own leaders. They also asked for replacement of County Fire Chief J.D. Villarreal Sr. They added that Villarreal ...

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

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 SILVER SPARKLES LIKE CHAMPAGNE Who says the Bountiful Peo- ple have deserted Manhattan? El Morocco, famed nightclub for several decades and social haven for luminaries such as Jackie and Aristotle Onasis, Marchese Emilio Pucci. Colo nel Obolensky and famed or chestra leader Meyer Davis, thrives in New York's l!)70\ Recently MOO guests assem bled to toast El Morocco's first anniversary as a private club with Moet A. Chandon, France's leading Champagne In honor of the occasion, Angelo (left), Chief Maitre of El Morocco for forty years, was awarded a rare silver plat- ter by Russell Forgan, Jr.. first president of the club, for having handsomely served four decades of celebrities with kid gloves and Moet. VOCATIONAL WEEK — February 11-17 has been designated as National Vocational Edu- cation Week. It will be observed throughout the country by educational institutions, teach- ers, and students. Mrs. Esther P. Gonzalez high school ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PACE 5 I % Iff V^p:' IM ris'y- ?' 1 Im- SORORITY SWEETHEART -- Beta Sigma Phi Chapters in Rio Gran- de City will host their Annual Sweetheart Dance on Saturday, Febru- ary 17, at the K o( C Hall. The Xi Kappa Iota Chapter will honor Mrs. Maria Luisa Sanchez as their Chapter Sweetheart for the year 1972-73. Her husband is Aurelio A.Sanchez and she has 3 children 2 daughters, Maria Antonieta and Norma Illeana, and a son I-uls Alonzo. Girl Scout Cookies SPELLING BEE CONTESTANTS — These students took part in competition at the Paro- chial School to select a representative for the County Bee to be held later this month. The winner of the County Match will go on to further competition in the Spelling Bee sponsored by the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Chosen to represent the Convent School was Miss Nannette Gonzalez, center front, with Diana Gonzalez serving as alternate. Shown are Diana Gonzalez, Nannette Gonzalez, and Nelma Sanchez, seated...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 GRAND OPENING « Pete Diaz Jr., and Mrs. Diaz, right in white, watch a ribbon cut- ting ceremony at the Valley Mart store in Edinburg Thursday at 9 a.m. With the Diaz couple are their children, Aron, G, and Monica, 5. Shown ready to cut the ribbon which officially changed the store from The Ketama Store to Valley Mart are Mayor Lloyd Hawkins, center, and William H. Coddington, senior Edinburg citizen and a pioneer Starr County resident, and a long time friend of the Diaz family from Iiio Grande City. To the left of the mayor holding the ribbon are L.A. Youngman of the Chamber of Commerce Redcoat welcomers and Andres Garza, manager of the store. Other members of the City Commission Chamber were present. A THURSDAY DOUBLE AND TRIPLE — At the same time ttiat Diaz Jr. officially opened the Valley Mart Store in Edinburg, he sent his son, Pete Diaz III, and a daughter Belinda (Billie) Diaz to launch a second store in Pharr. Shown at ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

1 - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Search Underway along river for diseased flocks MISSION -- A premise-by- premise inspection centered on poultry farms south of U.S. 83 is now underway as the search for additional evidences of dead- ly exotic Newcastle disease is extended throughout the R i o Grande Valley. Dr. Robert Geyer, superin- tendent of the Newcastle Dis- ease Task Force center here, said area offices are being set up in Cameron, Hidalgo, Starr and Willacy Counties as the search intensifies for evidence that the poultry disease has es- caped the Los Ebanos area where a positive lab diagnosis Jan. 23 established the ailment in a flock near the Rio Grande River. He said 848 chickens had been depopulated in the area and an indemnity of $4,462 paid the owners. This is in addition to the disease-spawned dieoff which numbered up to 60 birds in some flocks. "So far there's been no evi- dence the disease has spread beyond the Los Ebanos area," the Animal a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDA V, FEBRUARY 15. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 MAGDALENA TREVINO — will represent the Rio Grande City 4-H Club. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abundio A. Trevino Jr., is 5'5" tall, weighs 125 pounds, and has brown eyes and dark brown hair. She has been a member of 4-H, FHA, Health Career Club, Band Twir- ler, won first place ribbon in cooking and sewing divisions in Starr County Fair, and is MYF member. BULK! SHKS ADOI'Tl.l) LONDON Two small clusters of lesser reed-mace ,i rare type of bulrush, arc being saved from bulldozers clearing the site for a new reservoir at Empingham in Rutland En- gland's smallest county They are being replanted in the bed of a nearbv stream • JACKET PROCLAIMS ITS OWNER INDIANAPOLIS The person who took John B Bay ies jacket from a city restau- rant won't be wearing it much in public' Bayles is a motorcycle po- liceman and the black leather jacket bears his badge t>2t> The jacket was taken from a coat rack while Bayles was on a suppe...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

t «%• HEALTH HIGHLIGHTS. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE PREVENTING PREGNANCY rial When it comes to f.imik planning, three million Amer- ican women can't he wrong! That is the number of Amer icjin females who have chosen to use the infra-uterine device 11 I'D I to avert t he hirt h ol unwanted children. \dded to this I i 1411 re are another 1 0,000,000 women abroad who prefer the device to the pill, which has several drawbacks. Here are some rea- sons for their prei< rcnces. First oil, birth control pills are medicine. They are hor- mones which alter the work ings of the body in ways which are not yet completely clear. Phev have side effects, some serious, some less im- portant. Like other medicines, they are expensive and must be bought and taken regular ly, month after month, to be effective. The IUD does not alter the hormonal balance of the body in any way, nor does it appear to have any com- mon, serious side effects. An IUD is a small, plastic insert which is easily fitted ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 All around the town... with tissa peterson. Do you find tnese February days as confusing as I do? With ice on the ground one day, and bright, sunny days following, it's a constant rotation between heavy coats and short-sleeved clothes. The trans- ition between our short, unusually cold winter and the long, hot sum- mer which is inevitable is a hard one to make, just like letting your hair grow from short to long or growing out of adolescence. * * * * There are many young men in our nation who are about to exper- ience an even greater transition. As troops withdraw from Vietnam, and our men return to America and their homes, they will find many things have changed. Those who have been imprisoned, some for five years or more, will be particularly aware of the transition. May our thoughts and prayers be with them as they strive to find their places in this ever-changing world. Norma Garza and her husband, Air Force Sgt. Crisanto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

r i; i; DO YOU HAVE SPECS APPEAL? Miss Marsha Steak ley does. She was chosen from thou- sands of girls by the Fashion Eyewear Group of America as the teen-ager who looks the best in her prescription eye- glasses. Marsha's a sophomore nursing major at Middle Ten- nessee State University in Murfreesboro where she plans to get a degree in pediatric or cardiac nursing. Remember when girls hid their specs in their purses only to be taken out in the secure dark ness of t he movie t heat re? No more. Frames now come in a dazzling variety of sizes, shapes and colors to match your clothes, your mood, or to correct the proportions of your face. Marsha and most fashion conscious girls have ward robe of eyewear to fit their ever changing life st vies. Marsha finds the gold metal octagon frames she's wearing go with just about everything. Notice that the hard geomet ric look of a few seasons ago has been softened, slow curves have replaced t he rough edges. She also matches her glass- es to her ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

I Hli r LFD'S WAREHOUSE SALE IN 1 T SAVE 20% to 50%...STA ONE WEEK ONLY SAVE, SAVE ON ALL SIZES...TWIN...F M & a EASY, EASY CREDIT! Quilt Supreme Ensemble Sealy Quilt-Smooth Ensemble Doublc-ne:dlc quilting for added strength. Extra firm tempered steel innerspring units with buoyant layers of cotton felt upholstery. Matching box springs. An out standing value at its regular price Save on these fine deep single-needle quilt mattress and box spring sets. Regular firm with durable tempered steel innerspring unit. Quality fabrics cover the mattress and matching box springs MATTRESS & BOX SPRINGS IN TWIN OR FULL SIZES REC. PRICE WAS $119.95 MATTRESS Cr BOX SPRINGS IN TWIN OR FULL SIZES REC. PRICE WAS $99.95 All brai i- •! and k n for a lu prices' makes sL-J-h h .. ' - LFD'S WAREHOUSE SALE IN THE STORE ■PI LFD'S WAREHOUSE SALE IN THE STORE LFD BOUGHT SEALYS 0 YOU GET THE SAVls WHILE THEY LAS LFD has purchased over 500 pieces of brand overstocked and discontinued 1972 bedding frorr ...

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