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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

s) IK- - -i | iceu' I I ] I | I set t Traditional Family Best In Survey THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 "I only know two tunes; one of them is'Yankee Doodle' and the other isn't." (President U.S. Grant) Changing values in society are reflected in the basic unit of American culture — the family — but most people still believe traditional family roles are best. This attitude is indicated in answers to a survey by Better Homes and Gardens magazine titled "What's Happening to the American Family?" Forty per cent of respondents to the poll were under 35 years of age, 45 per cent were be- tween 35 and 54 and 15 per cent were 55 or older. Of 350,000 who participated, 74 per cent feel the traditional roles of wife and mother can be fulfilling. Yet 54 per cent feel the movement for women's rights is a force for the better Eight of 10 persons believe a job outside the home is not nec- essary to give a woman the fulfillment she needs Working mothers may indeed harm fa...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

i a£s3BB6#5" SECOND BIG WEEK. . . at weslaco, pharr, ewnburg W BIG TEX Grapefruit or PRICES GOOD AT ALL 5 STORES 7 DAYS A WEEK! orange juice 3s$l 46 Oz. Can Swift's Premium & MEATS PRICED RIGHT! PROTEN BEEF PIKES PEAK BONELESS HEAT SPECIALS GOOD AT RIO GRANDE CITY AND PHARR ROAST LB. $1-27 m'X!"- FRESH GROUND BEEF < ^ Wi ^/// - * n5H SWIFT CIRCLE S BONELESS < HAMS < & GaW°° Carbon Hawaiian Punch Qt. Bottle Drinks Northern Facial Tissue 10c 100 Count 16 (te. Jar ^ - SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN BEEF RUMP ROAST u SWIFT PREMIUM BLADE CUT CHARCOAL STEAKS PROTEN BEEF BONE IN BRISKETENDCUT PROTEN BEEF T-BONE STEAKS FRANKS 12 OZ. PKG DECKER'S BACON KORN KIST 69< v v Coffee Creamer 59c C.ladiola piour $1.79 Wesson <'al.C™ Salad Oil $2.49 Veg-All, 303 Can ** or Mixed Vegetables $1. Disinfectant Spray HOz^Caii Lysol $1-19 . . LB. SWIFT PREMIUM ROAST"""0" Skinner's 8 Or. Pkg. LB. 98< 22 Oz UPON £* flfeBPfe J\ \W 112 x 25' Roll of SPRAY I DIAMOND STARCH; f<Hl ' Egg Noodles ...

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

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

SPRINGBOARD TO SPRING-SUMMER STYLES THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1G Attention all fashion- conscious men, women and children. All the new looks—as set forth in the first is a list of craft fairs scheduled throughout the United States this year. The second will help you find some necessary craft supplies so that you may begin your new project right away." A romantic shimmer of color highlights the nostalgia section. Found at an antiques latest issue of the leading needlework and crafts maga- zine, "McCall's Needlework & Crafts"—are here. The new look in knitted and crocheted designs fea- tures the bare tops, the lay- ers, and the soft and fuzzy textures. For the woman who loves the classics, there are suits, tweeded and soft. For men, a collection of knits in natural tones. And for the children, a group of happy knits in paintbox colors, fair in California, the cro- cheted shawl was made in Austria. Also featured are t u r n -of-the-century embroi- derie...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

■n HE STORE CONTINUES WITH • ••• THURSDAY 9A LE OF SEALY BEDDING bL...QUEEN...KING...OVER 500 PIECES! MISS THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY ON SEALY QUALITY BEDDING rt-A, fresh merchandise from Sealy's warehouse overstock, at tremen gi -.hat may never come our way again All sizes from twin and full to queen 0 iH tops, smooth tops, double needle quilted to foam and elegant ticking "y look. Plus many discontinued mattresses and box springs at rock bottom *~|p;e in today and save on quality bedding by Sealy, the same concern that world famous Posturepedic FACTORY FRESH OVERSTOCK AND 1972 DISCONTINUED COVERS FROM SEALY m lory fresh, topping fou during e comfort, >, ved and ^ stock on - ► SAVE '40 to s120 KING-SIZE ENSEMBLES SAVE S40 . . . Scaly 76"x80" Quilt-Smooth Set You get hundred! of tempered Heel iprmft In mattrett and matching bo« ipnngt for i earn- fortable tierp and 50".i mon ileep.ng lurfaco than a regular site matt rets. REGULARLY S> 99 95 SIT . LFD'S WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE s SAVE S...

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

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 New Methods Aid Learning Spanish Spanish is fast becoming America's second language and "hablo espanol" may become a more familiar re- sponse than "1 don't speak Spanish." The need to communicate with a growing population of Spanish-speaking people and the importance of other lan- guages in tiavel and business are providing impetus for many Americans to attend language schools where new methods of teaching are helping to simplify learning In fact a language school ex- plosion has resulted So says Irene E. Gorman of Palo Alto. Calif., former security analyst and school teacher, in explain- ing the rapid growth of the 26 language schools she heads as president — all directed by women — and the plans to open 10 additional schools this win- ter The schools use a system based on one devised bv linguist Maurice Sullivan when he was charged with training Ameri- can officers in German for the Nuremberg trials. "People are studying Sp...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 J. ,5. ESS a "7 * *7 -? WANTS TO KNOW 7 1n i <-> n Prolonged Controls: What Happens? Just prior to this year's National Student Council Conference in Chicago, an in- formal question-and-answer session between Price Com- mission Chairman C. Jackson Grayson, Jr., and a group of high school student council leaders, was held in Washing ton, D.C. Here are some of the ques tions asked, and answers given, relating to the com- plexities of controlling prices STUDENT: If what we need to turn around the infla- tionary trend is cooperation on the part of the consumer and business and intelligent spending, why not abandon the Price Commission and have a public relations cam- paign to explain to people how to spend effectively? CHAIRMAN: Literally, (hat was tried on a national scale of exhortations and guidelines. Not, maybe not as well as it should have been, but it was tried It didn't work. So, the President changed course. He had...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

II THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Edge wood District Changed Through United Revolution WASHINGTON-- What happens when a Mexican American com- munity in Texas decides the school system is not servingthe needs of its children? In San Antonio's Edgewood In- dependent School District the community began a nonviolent, if story revolution that an- nounced to the city and the state it would no longer accept the in- ferior education its childreni were receiving because they ■were poor Chicanos, according to Jose Cardenas, superinten- dent of schools in Edgewood. Beginning in 19G8 the students parents and residents of Edge- wood began unitingtheir efforts- an all Chicanoschool board was elected, Chicano teachers were hired, subjects dealing with Chi- cano culture were instituted— and the results, accordingto Do- ming Nick Reyes of the Mex- ican American Anti-Defamation Committee and Gilbert Pompa of the Department of Justice, " have given impetus to the movement of...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

t * r THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 High Withholding Could Bring Refund For Mexican Americans WASHINGTON After you have slogged your way through your in- come tax return, there may be ,j pleasant surprise at the end You may qualify for a bigger refund than you expected, or at least have to come up with less additional tax than you antici- pated The reason lies in the withholding system which, ideally would provide pay-as- you-go collection of income tax The difficulty is that individ- uals incomes, sources of in- come and deductions vary so widely that withholding tables can be only generalized ap- proximations Kor 1971 incomes, with- holding was set too low, so that a vear ago thousands of tax- payers got a shock they had to dig into their pockets to pay part of their tax bills To avoid a recurrence, with- holding rates on 1972 incomes were set higher It turned out they were set too high, on the average The Treasury realized this early in the year and ur...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 NEA Reports To Teachers Trained Many Yearly WASHING TON--Some 100,000 more teachers than are needed are being trained annually, ac- cording to a recent report by the National Education Association (NEA). The report said that the job situation for teachers will con- tinue to deteriorate because "the schools are continuing to turn out would-be teachers in increasing numbers despite the absence of a comparable in- crease .n school enrollment throughout ..he country." According the report, the largest surplusts are among teachers specialising in En- glish, foreign languages, busi- ness education, home econom- ics, and social studies. "Less than half of all 1971 Few Protests Heard About High SS Taxes WASHINGTON - So- cial Security taxes are taking their biggest bite ever out of paychecks, but congressmen say they've heard relatively few protests. They add, however, that some complaints persist about the way the whole Social Secur-...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 Counseling Aids Lonely Lives SOMETHING TO PURR ABOUT SEATTLE (AP) - When Alene Moris hit 39, she had another whole half of her life ahead. And she didn't know what to do with it. "1 wished there was some- one I could talk to, someplace to go for counseling.'' she says now To fill that need for other women, Mrs. Moris and three colleagues have opened a new Individual Development (ID) Center here The women who seek help are of all ages, from the young college graduate wondering how to turn a history degree into a job, to the 75-year-old grandmother who wants to keep growing "They come in with general dis-ease," said Margaret An- derson, a teacher-counselor "They say, I'm getting very dry, I'm withering out We try to help them de-fog their feel- ings." Some of the women are mar- ried and trying to find room to add more to their lives as indi- viduals, while keeping the rela- tionship Others are alone — divorced or widowed, hopin...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

Of Vietnam Disabled THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Attempt Being Made To Slash Benefits WASHINGTON (AP) - The Nixon administration is pushing to lop off millions of dollars in government benefits to disabled Vietnam-era soldiers, says the head of a House veterans' com- mittee. The veteran who left a leg ir. the Vietnam jungle, for ex- ample, could find disability benefits for his family cut from $6,740 a year to $1,272 under the plan drafted by the Veterans Administration and intended for implementation by July 1. The plan has aroused imme- diate opposition from the chair- man of the House Veterans Af- fairs Committee, Rep. W. J. Bryan Corn, D-6.C., who has introduced legislation to block it. Dorn's bill also would strip the VA of its authority to alter the ratings without congression- al approval. Dorn said he understands the proposal would reduce pay- ments to disabled veterans $160 million a year. But a knowledgeable VA source confirmed that Presi- dent...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Women Seek That Ideal Man L v- ' I, « X I. 4 Women's Lib is not about to kill off that age-old search for "a big strong man who will take a girl away from it all." The hunt is still on as this letter indicates "Many months ago I read about a 26-year-olu bachelor and the kind of wife he is seek- ing But where do you find such a man? I've been looking ever since and haven't met a single eligible man who is older than 21. I am 22 and I don't want to be a career girl and live alone as my sister is doing She can't get dates either, except with married men. and she doesn't want that ." Interest in the 26-vear-old bachelor's ideas got underway sometime ago when his "start ling ideas about marriage were discussed informally with a group of women and recorded by the press It intrigued many girls to vis- ualize themselves as "that girl " I can wear his glass slipper, " as one girl put it And the Cinderella letters are still coming The ...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

f 15 l THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 26' Garden Club set date for show The Rio Grande City Garden Club met last Thursday with Mrs. J.M. Saldivar and Mrs. A- dela Gutierrez as hostesses. It was announced that the annual flower show, "Nature's Pre- cious Jewels", scheduled for March 24 will be held attheEd- ucational Building of the First United Methodist Church. Mrs. Herminio Saenz and Mrs. Robert N. Ireland present- ed the program on Succulents. Mrs. Saenz opened the program by showing several different types of succulents that she had taken from her garden. One pot of a very beautiful red succulent hangs on a wall and gets very little water. Other plants of the same variety grown in the sun never color up as this one does. She showed another plant, a Mexican Gem, that had rooted lying on top of the pot of the plant from which it detached it- self. She had samples of sand, leafmold, and soil that she mixed and put in a pot and set the plant into it. Mrs. Sae...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 28 jiii Ruben de Luna heads PAU student government EDINBURG — Ruben de Luna of Rio Grande City is the new president of the Pan American I > ' iiiy St'i'ient Association. Available Here Special Issue TEXAS RANGER 150™ ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 1823-1973 +<■ V" According to Ricardo R. Chapa, dean of men at Pan Am, de Luna was declared the winner of the run-off race for president by the association's election com- mittee. His opponent, Luis Olivares of Mexico City, was disquali- fied by the committee on grounds that he spent over the $15 limit in his campaign. In the run-off election, An- tonio Elizondo f Weslaco de- feated Rogelio Martinet jf Mc- Allen for the office of vice- president of the student sen- ate. Beatriz Salinas of McAllen was the office of attorney-gen- eral defeating Robert Sepulveda of Weslaco. Four vacant student senate seats were filled by Raul Gar- cia and Rene Hinojosa from the school of humanities...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI N o. Thursday, February 22, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas School board asks insurance companies to rebid t •I; The Rio Grande City Inde- pendent School Dist rict Board of Trustees agreed toopenthe school insurance for rebid- ding after an extensive com- parison by Jesse Trevlno of Trevino, Trevlno and De La Garza Insurance Agency proved they could save the district some $10,000.00. The board meeting in their regular meeting approved the minutes in open session and then retired into executive session. After returning from execu- tive session the board ap- proved contracts for Patricia lacy, Mary Hedges Barnett, Eliu Rodriguez, and Ma 17 Eli- zabeth Lofton. The board also approved leaves of absence and or mat- ernity leaves for Mrs. Eliseo (Lorene) Villarreal, Perla G. A1 Refaie, Eliu Rodriguez and William R. Mcl.ellan. Point of interest... EDITOR'S NOTE—Much has been questioned about ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 l'Lw Local boy returns to head SCS Inaugurating the 'IW1TE0 STATES POSTAL SERVICE JUL* 1. 1«71 To The Editor Dear Mr. Trejo: On behalf of our Tip of Texas Girl Scout Council I want to thank you for the cooperation you extended us during our Girl Scout Cook- ie Sale and the weekly space provided by the Herald. I want to thank Tissa Peterson for her cooperation in handling our news releases and her willingness in taking the necessary pictures. I want to extend my gratitude to Dr. Mario E. Ramirez, our Coun- ty Judge, for giving us his cooperation and time from his busy sche- dule to assist us with our publicity program. I am very grateful to all the advertisers who so generously in- cluded Girl Scout Cookies Sale in their advertisements in the Rio Grande Herald and to the many establishments who allowed us the use of their marquees, displayed our posters, and allowed the girls to sell cookies in their businesses. I want to add m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

Thursday', February 22,1973 the rio grande herald page 3 * 1 U Of South Bill Introduced A bill to create the third largest university system in the state was introduced into the Texas Senate Thursday by Ed- inburg Senator Raul Longoria and Sens. Mike McKinnon, of Corpus Cnristi and John Trae- ger, of Seguin. That will would merge Pan American University and the Texas A&I systems and create the University of South Texas with campuses in six South Tex- as cities. The three senators, after in- troducing the proposed legisla- tion, conducted a series of three press conferences throughout South Texas Thursday afternoon explaining what the bill would do The senators and their partj made stops in Corpus Christi, Edinburg and Laredo Thursday afternoon. Speaking at the news confer- ence at Pan American in Edin- burg Longoria said, the "It is my belief that the University of South Texas system will pro- vide the people of South Texas the opportunity to obtain high- er education of excelle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

3 \ 7 THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HE RALD PAG1 4

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