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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

-L I J . i « • 1 1 xtlUKSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 AUSTIN, Tex.--A new kind of "drug war" seems to be shap- ing up in the Legislature. Gov. Dolph Briscoe spelled out his recommendations for complete revision of drug laws and promised to "lobby hard" with all the resources at his command as governor to get the bill passed. As introduced in the House and Senate, it called for harsh penalties against dope pushers, annual registration of those who deal in legal drugs — and low- ering the penalty for first of- fense possession of marijuana to a misdemeanor. Briscoe's bill would allow possession of up to eight oun- ces of marijuana without risk- ing felony charge on first of- fense. However, the misde- meanor would be punishable by up to a year in jail and/or $2, 000 fine. The Governor also called for stepped-up educa- tion and rehabilitation pro- grams. The bill was drawn, said Briscoe, to mesh with the 1970 federal controlled sub- stance act to allow govern- me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

Owners Urged To Vaccinate Horses the rio grande herald Thursday! February 22,1973 page c Anticipating a possible out' break of VEE, Venezuelan E- quine Encephalomyelitis, a deadly horse sleeping sick- ness that reached epidemic proportions in 1971, the bcal veterinarians are urging Val- ley owners to have their hor- ses and mules undergo imme- diate vaccination. Dr. j.m. Baker, Edinburg veterinarian said, "regard- less of the results of thetests on the sick horse in Donna, we a re in constant danger of hav- ing a VEEoutbreak. It could explode at anytime if horse owners are not careful and vaccinate thei r animals." The "sick horse" in Donna that Baker was speaking of is suspected of having the dis- ease, VEE, however the tests will not be completed for 10 days to two weeks. Dr. Baker said the horse could have another nervous system disorder that causes the same symptoms as VEE. VEE is a disease carried by mosquitoes during the spring and summer that af- fects a horse's nervous sys- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

- r. Brownsville Delegation To Attend Archbishop Medeiros Investiture THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Eggs Head Market List BROWNSVILLE — An official delegation from the Catholic Diocese of Brownsville will journey to Rome March 1 to at- tend the investiture of Cardinal- elect Humberto Medeiros, it was announced by the Chancery office today. Archbishop Medeiros was Bishop of the Diocese of Brownsville from 1966 to 1970, when he was appointed Arch- bishop of the Archdiocese of Boston, Mass. Making the pilgrimage to Rome in the official delegation from Brownsville will be Bishop John J. Fltzpatrick; Rev. Roberto Pena, president of the Bishop's Senate; Sister Maurelia Sierra, the . family Lawyer , Privacy in Public Places Fire engines roar up to a house across the street, and you hurry over to watch the excitement. If a newspaper photographer snaps your picture and you wind up on the front page of a local news- paper, has your "right of pri- vacy" been violated...

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

All around the town... with tissa peterson.. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Rio Grande Herald's We see In the Risen Christ the end for which man was made and the assurance that the end Is within reach. Christ rose from the grave changed and yet the same; and In Him we have the pledge and type of our rising. ♦ * • Joint funeral services were held Saturday at 10 a.m. In the Holy Family Catholic Church for Roberto Garcia, 30, Alberto Zarate, 32, and Roel Alanlz, 28, who were killed In an auto accident near Grul- la last Wednesday night. Burial In La Grulla Cemetery was handled by Ceballos Funeral Home. ♦ * Roberto Garcia Is survived by Ills wife, Mrs. Julia Garcia, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Garcia; five sons, Roberto Juan, Rl- cardo, Abel Ruben, David, and Oscar; three brothers and three sis- ters. « « « Alberto Zarate Is survived by his wife, Mrs. Alma Rosa Zarate; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Abel Zarate; two sons, Alberto Jr. and Alfonso; a daughter, Be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

SEVENTH ANNUAL • STARR COUNTY YOUTH FAIR Fort Ringgold - Rio Grande City, Texas MARCH 9-10-11/73 J' I T Schedule it FRIDAY, MARCH 9th 4:00-8:00 P. M. — Admittance of Exhibits i? SATURDAY, MARCH 10th * 7:00-8:00 A M — Admittance of Exhibits and Weighing of Livestock Entries 8:00 A. M. — JUDGING CF YOUTH PROJECTS „ I of Events ^ V * 9:30 A. M. 10:00 A. M. 10 A.M.-5 P 11:00 A. M. 12:00 Noon 2:30 P. M. 3:00 P. M. 4:00 P. M. 6:00 P. M. 7:00 P. M. 9:00 P. M. it 2:00 P.M. 'NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC) — * PARADE * — OFFICIAL OPENING M. — SCIENCE FAIR — LIVESTOCK JUDGING — * B A R B E 0 U E * — PRESENTATION OF AWARDS and PARADE OF CHAMPIONS — AUCTION Of TOP FOOD ENTRIES — FAT LAMB AUCTION — FAIRGROUND CLOSES — * RODEO * STARR COUNTY ROPING CLUB ARENA — WESTERN DANCE —K.C.HALL ADMISSION: $5.00 PER COUPLE SUNDAY, MARCH llfh * — * RODEO * STARR COUNTY ROPING CLUB ARENA STOCK CONTRACTOR: KING BROS. RODEO, Inc., WESLACO, TEXAS i SPONSORED BY: STARR COUNTY 4-H ADULT LEADERS CLUB

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 One Meatless Day Suggested Highest Jump In 25 Years For Food WASHINGTON The Nixon administration, dis- closing that food prices last month took the biggest jump In a generation, says consumers might consider going meatless one day a vieek, or maybe switching from hamburger to cheese. GNIC INCOME TAX SERVICE BUSINESS AND INDIVIDUAL COLLEGE TRAINED Weekdays 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. All Day Saturdays and Sundays West across from West Grammar School save money!! r FOR SALE 1968 FORD TORINO STATION WAGON LOADED 487-2582 Available Here Special Issue TEXAS RANGER 150™ ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL 1823-1973 ^otBSESQu,c^ rw '/ ? 99V Fin# Silver Medal HoMmarhed by WNW Industrie* Packaged in individual gift bo* (a> $10 00 Oxiditod Btonie medali @ $1.00 now at... FIRST STATE BANK & TRUST COMPANY rio <;ra\i)E cm AgricultureSecretary Earl L. Butz said Tuesday that retail food prices in January rose the most in 20 to 25 years. The in- ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

I THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY thursday, february 22, 1973 the rio grande herald page 11 ★ ★ ★ I) w 100% POLYESTER JACQUARD KNIT PULL-ON PANTS i REG. $7. s5? 22 Bright, comfortable, fashionable. 100 Polyester double knit jacquard pull-on pants with a gentle flare leg. In red, navy and brown pat- terns. A value hard to pass up. Sizes 10 to 20. I :? -vi/ ** . THICK, THIRSTY BATH TOWELS I22 I • EACH REG. 2.99 IF FIRST QUALITY Famous name brand bath towels Jacquard patterns, prints and sol- ids A style to suit your taste 100 cotton thick for fast absorbency. SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S $>£22 SHOES **• DOUBLE KNIT 2YARW $C22 FOR go" Ladies SPECIAL GROUP LADIES e 4 22 SHOES 1 • LONG SLEEVE REGULAR 3.99 SHIRT c<*22 BLOUSES SPECIAL GROUP LADIES DOUBLE _ - KNIT PANT $4*122 SUITS 1U. MEN'S IRREGULAR SOCKS LADIES DOUBLE KNIT PANTS $5Z2 SIZES 8-18 SPRING COLORS MEN S VALUES TO 8.99 CASUAL SC22 PANTS j SPECIAL RACK LADIES $|E22 DRESSES SHORT SLEEVE 2.99 VALUES SPORT 5^ 22 SHIRTS K0DEL POLYESTER PILLOW...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 frr AARONSON BROS. RIO GRANDE CITY!!! THREAT'S..4 JT.° \ SHEETS S2f i)T CAR COATS REG. 17.95 95 $ 91 skirts ReS. 4.09 $ / f I SKIRTS hec. 3.99 V ( / CURTAINS reg. 10.95 PANELS 4.99 ^ ZIPPERS vll colors- inyisable SWEATERS $J97 girls reg. 5.99 2 pc. ladies SWEATER SETS $ keg. 5.99 3? 97 ladies DRESSES «6<>0 FaS«C ®ltVjr$2 9 rbc. 3.99 ! ,,,,, ^, $19 \NT\ HOSE $ SI 97 im)l bl ladies BLOUSES SMOCKS $197 keg. 3.99 1 # CAPRIS ladies reg. 3.99 boys i p\\ SHIRTS $7771 keg. 3.99 ik)lble HOSES 5J10.0 USE NUESTRO PLAN DE SE PARC AARONSON BROS. STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

mg=ncj _ gg r.af.T.- -.-r-• ~ - -r - - t " T-" ~r --vx r,-:nr-rr rn.. -,.• - ' mrnrnmam THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 WHILE YOU ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF STARR PLAZA'S WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY SALE COME IN AND TAKE TIME OUT FOR A CUP OF COFFEE OR A MEAL... AT... RATTLER'S DEN STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Vk WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY * i GIFTS GIFTS GIFTS THAT'S WHAT WE'RE ALL ABOUT... wMau We've Got that Special Gift for that very special person With Gifts from all over the world For Her-For Him •• For Children--- Visit Our entire selection of our Bridal Registery RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP Starr Plaza Shopping Center WINTER COATS AND SWEATERS FLORSHEIM SHOES SELECTED STYLES WASHINGTON SPECIAL BOY'S SHIRTS REG. 8.00 ARROW SHIRTS VALUES $9.00 $490 <m0 ARROW SHIRTS 2 FOR VALUES TO $13.00 JARMAN SHOES $1*90 SELECTED B STYLES VALUES $22.90 We've Got Everything For Starr County Youth l air WESTERN &ron STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

i m rfe . . . AT WESLACO, PNARR, 0 SAN BENITO JOINS IN CELEBRATING THIS 3rd WEEK OF GRAND OPENING PEACHES PRICES GOOD AT ALL 5 STORES 7 PAYS A WEEK! Chef-Bo-RDee l-arfie Size Pizza 79c Hygeia 12 Oz. Ctn. Cottage Cheese .. 29c Woolite 32 Oz. Bottle Cleaner $1.29 Hnlsum Pkg. of 4 4 For Sweet Rolls $1. Armour's, 4*2 Ox. Can 3 For Devil Ham $1. Happy Hen Lg. Doz. Ei>gs 49c N ^ro IJS. Box Crackers 35c Robin Hood 25 Lb. Bag Toothpaste W. 59(1 Mouthwash ToY keg. i.m 79< ri HEAD AND SHOULDERS •% Ai aa ... , MAGITINIE WRIST . Shampoo 4 ozZfo $I.OO Watches^"10.... $11,95 Aspirins 8Amioos «eg. n< 69< WindbreakersHEsNML$5.95 HEN'S 4 BOYS (SPRINGF001 Underwear PACK OF Camalox.. i6oz „eg.,,, $1.49 ^B0TS. !SPRINGF00T^0(t $| 99 Tampons MELROSE MIX OR MATCH .,16 OZ. REG. 1.79 KOTEX 40's REG. 1.49 $1.89 2 Lb. Box Flour Mr. Boston Fish Sticks 79c Dole I*ineapple Grapefruit. 46 Oz. Can 3 For Drink $1. Cheese jcraft] PARKAY Margarine 1 Lb. Carton Couludina, '503 Can 5 For Velveeta Cheese Tom...

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

. VtJfefcSSfGo'ob JHRU 2 28-72 * 8^11 VEGETABLES VAL-U-MART Coupon I Juice* j JKRVSCO .... ! fa srf,r 79c Peas Pineapple"™ 35c ta Oi Bottle gg g With This Coupon Limit 1 Coupon Per Family Expires 2 28-73 | VAL U-MART Coupon FAB I I I King Size With This Coupon 89' I Limit 1 Coupon Per Family Expires 2-28-73 | valuable coupon 5.75 oi. GOOD VAI-l'-M-VRT THIS OFFER 2 28 73 ONLY AT GOOD THRU Limit one coupon per family Cas* value 1/20 of one cent Gov't regulations apply V.Tx^ j PRICE APPLIES ONLY WITH THIS COUPON j 2?^?^ Wi m rs £ W. m m PlUibulVS HKST fu>I"R Pillsbury s BEST FLOUR 1 regular or unbleached si j Wd Good only at vr ki 5 Lb. Bag VAL-l'-MAKT Coupon expires 2-28-73 m m PRICE APPLIES ONLY WITH THIS COUPON]*? \m . " — " m m \® £5 m m K. r S'S Pillsbun'i! s 2 LAYER CAKE MIXES i nood nt'ly at lL-V- ! ART Oi;; ! expires iixput'S 2-2h-73 F O r > ! m m rM m m eilcrin® V2 Gal. Carton ' D" Size Pkg.of **SNIIGHT Ift 'IASHUGHT BATTERT Z 19c CHUCK1"""™0"" ROAST A SWIFT PREMIUM LEAN...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

i i THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Winn's COTTON TUFTED BEDSPREADS . WINTER fcoa 7 PC. FRONTIER COOKWARE SET MEN'S 100% POLYESTER KNIT PANTS FLARE LEGS 3 PC SIT BLUE-GOLD-GREEN $41198 FLAT FOLD LIMITED TIME KING SIZE T.V. TRAYS UDiES (NAVY AND WHITE JEANS WITH POCKET) SIZES 8-18 PANTY HOSE GLAZE BEIGE PETITE-AVERAGE - ' * ▼ f LADIES (WITH 4 POCKETS POLYESTER SIZES 8-18 jEANS TUNIC TOPS W/BELT S-M-L STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ¥.¥ rV vx yy/yyy *winfolryVTfVwVw*wmVWWwanhnnr*wMvvwv vvwwww * *** ■ * * I v vYYYYvmvwmi

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

■ -• * ♦ THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 PANTS DRESSES o ( SWEATERS mSSmlm WE HAW A SPECIAL TABLE KITH P ANTS-SKI H I ST DRESSES LINGERIE ROBES and a little of everything JS? &4rs shop to d a y AND sa ve ^! ' ' i v JLL ML AND WINTER STOCK 7Ka*n4eMe '& AND MORE EVER YTHING MUST GO!! Starr Pla/.a Shopping Center 1 4 * I FINAL CLEARANCE Robot W"f™ Tau c«Ps y Shirts D^Vottovets Rouses Everything R©00'/ to GO" BOUTIQUE JUVENILE i COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION! r

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

BRIDE THURSDAY FRIDAY ? SATURDAY THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1973 TI1E RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 LACES 3 DOUBLEKNITS REMNANTS < COTTON AND DACRONS 3 A PIECE DOUBLE KNITS DOUBLE &M1T JERSEY PRINTS /Rouble km,L7Q ) C pR\HTto $YJj NYLON TRIMS ZIPPERS 2.5 < FABRICS STARR PLAZA RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY POP Ol \un HOSES x" t* £ shoes m;<;. :*.<>«> 22 ft ft 600X13 BLACK I TIRES Stfre I I LADIES BOOTS $fv22 REGULAR *10.99 \J « REGULAR *17.99 Si t.22 $ LITTLE GIRLS BOOTS REGl LAR * 10.99 f BATTERY ^CHARGE WASH GREASE $3? Weather per mitt inc I t HAND BAGS iu;<;i L\R.{. )«) THE FAMILY SHOE STORE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FLATS REG. 1.75 PLUS OUR FINE SERVICE frff ROAD SERVICE TO REGULAR CUSTOMERS JOE CANTU EXXON SERVICE STATION Starr Plaza Shopping Center * * 't % •* I -r 4'

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

■* - ' V I I t i* - *■ New Open Meetings Bill Causes Senators Concern AUSTIN, Tex. - Sena- tors seem worried that a nev; open meetings bill mijht force them to quit mixing business and pleasure. There was obvious dis- agreement in a Senate com- mittee Tuesday, however, over a proposal to punish persons who try to injure or harass a public official by "intentionally and falsely" charing him with violating the law. Newsmen testifying before the Senate Jurisprudence Com- mittee said the provision might intimidate citizens, who would fear what might happen to them if the public official were acquitted of the charge. The measure, designed to strengthen the 1907 open meet- ings law, was sent to a subcom- mittee after four hours of testi- mony. Sen. Bill Meier, D-Euless, asked the House sponsor, Rep. Carl Parker, D-Port Arthur, if officials chatting about the pul>- lic's business over dinner or at cocktail or breakfast meetings would be violating-the law. "If they are just minglinp with...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

Shift From Sex To Violence On The Screen Noted By Catholic Evaluators Of Motion Pictures NEW YORK - One of the keenest, most level-headed evaluators of motion pictures in the nation, the Broadcasting and Film Division of the U.S. Catholic Conference, says vio- lence is the newly dominant in- gredient on the American screen. But a shrinking sector of the population is looking at it, the analysis adds. "There is a noticeable shift from the earlier preoccupation with sex to a new dimension of emphasis on violence," says the Rev. Patrick J. Sullivan, the perceptive, long-time direc- tor of the agency. It puts out a fortnightly col- lection of reviews, the Catholic Film Newsletter, which offers a penetrating, balanced estimate of new movies for potential viewers, whatever their faith. The service has been de- scribed by other experts in the field, such as the show business weekly, Variety, as one of the most astute, informed guides to worthwhile movie-going for adults and youngsters alik...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBURARY 22, 1S73 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 Future Of Farm Workers Called Poor t- W ASHING TON--The future for farmworkers in Hidalgo County is poor , according to a report by the General Account- ing Office. In Hidalgo and other areas with high concentrations of mi- grants, mechanization is redu- cing job opportunities but man- power training for nonagricul- tural jobs still is insufficient and uncoordinated, the GAO report says. Job losses compound prob- lems of inadequate education, poor health, and substandard housing, according to the re- port. Federal programs to help ml- grants are held back by insuf- ficient funds and lack of over- all planning and coordination, the report says. Federal, state and local authorities administer the programs, and as a result "services are provided on a splintered basis." The GAO, an investigative arm of Congress, reviewed ma- jor federal programs for mi- grant workers because of "in- creasing public and congres- sional concern. "I...

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

In The Service Demetrio Moreno, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guillermo Mo- reno of Los Saenz, has been promoted to senior master sergeant in theU.S. Ai r Force. Sergeant Moreno, a flight en- gineer at A It us AFB, Okla- homa, serves with a unit of the Military Airlift Com- mand which provides global airlift forU.S. military forces. The sergeant has completed 16 months of duty in Vietnam. He attended Roma High School and completed requirements for his diploma after enter- ing the service. He studied at Portland Oregon State Col- lege and Multnomah College, Port. His wife is the former Judith A. Spaulding. * * Airman Porfirio de la Gar- za, son of Mr. and Mrs. An- tonio de la Garza of Rio Gran- de City, has been assigned to Sheppard AFB, Texas after completing Air Force Basic training. Duringhis six weeks at the Air Training Com- mand's Lackla ' AFB, Texas, he studied the Air Force mis- sion, organization, and cus- toms and received special in- struction on human relations. He is a 1971 gradua...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 -A \ * « 1973 Directory delivery ready for RGC-Roma area A family enjoying the seren- ity and seclusion of the great outdoors alongside a st ream at the base of to we ring mountains will be featured on the new telephone directory for l<io Grande City and Roma sche- duled for delivery between February 2G, 1973 and March 1, 1973, according to Mrs. Lo- la Beth Pinson, dist rict man- ager. "This scene is a good ex- ample of the beauty that we can still see where man has not spoiled the countryside," Mrs. Pinson said. The cover shows a family gazing into a pool of calm water as they relax on large rocks at the base of a moun- tainside. A new customer convience in the directory will be a colorful insert showing the variety of telephones offered to General Telephone resi- dential and business custom- ers in Hio Grande City and Roma. The directory insert entitled "The Choice is Yours" is located between the white and yellow pages....

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Charles I.aGrange and Julio (Chico) Larralde Jr. have add- ed their names to the ballot for the school board race to be held in April. Larralde filed against an- nounced candidate and incum- bent member Alex W. Gabert and LaGrange filed against Arnoldo F. Gonzalez also an incumbent who has filed for reelection. Dr. Roberto Margo has also filed for reelection to his pos- ition. Margo served the unexpired term of Heberto Barrera who was removed from the board following a felony conviction. J.M. Martinez Jr.. has also filed for the race against Arnoldo F. Gonzalez. * * * Arcadio Salinas III has filed for the mayor'spost at Grulla. The post comes up for elec- tion in April. * * * The Herald will present a detailed study into the school transportation problems inthe next issue. * * * The Fi rst Lady of South Tex- as Banquet is scheduled for March 17 with U.S. Treasurer Romana Banuelos scheduled to speak at the cocktail-dinner affa...

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