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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 r Sam Williams Leaves Fan Am Coaching Post Sam Williams, who coached the Pan American University basketball team from obscur- ity to the national champion- ship, has announced he will resign as Bronc coach after 15 seasons. Wi lliams asked to be reas- signed, effective March 5 when the present season ends, and remain In the university's de- partment of physical educa- tion. "A losing season, such as the season we are going through now, has been very distasteful," Williams said. "But perhaps more important in my thinking are the nega- tive factors which surround basketball at Pan American. "These 15 years have been p roducti ve ones for Pan Ame- rican University with many pleasant memories, and I wish every success to future Bronc teams," Williams said. One of the most successful basketball coaches in Texas basketball history, Williams led Pan American, then a small college, to the NAIAna- tional championship in 1963. He devel...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 26 t MRS. MUNSELL HONORED—Mrs. D.L. Munsell was named as Sweetheart at the Love Letters Valentine Banquet last Wednesday night at the First Baptist Church of Rio Grande City. Shown with her husband, Dee, and three of their five children—Raymond, Jane, and Arthur, Mrs. Munsell was named the 1973 Queen during a special presentation by the Young People of the Church. Members and guests present at the banquet enjoyed a meal provi- ded by the women of the church, a devotional on love, several games, and a sing-along. Master of Ceremonies for the evening was Mrs. Ross LaGrange. Members of the Wom- en's Missionary Society of the Church sponsored the banquet. Hinojosa announces County spelling bee "The Starr County Spelling Bee will be held on Thursday, March 15 at 10:00 a.m. in the Starr County District Court- room," announced Juan H. Hi- nojosa Jr., county superinten- dent. Preliminary contests have been held at the various schools to...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 February 1973

(..THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1913 THE RIO GRANDE HERAI.D PAGE 28 I LFD'S WAREHOUSE SALE IN THE STORE CONTINUES WITH.... ? . ' • * LFD'S Largest Sealy Mattress Sale Ever laSAVE 20% to 50%...STARTS THURSDAY 9A. EAST, EAST CREDIT' Quilt Supreme Ensemble Sealy Quilt-Smooth Ensemble Double needle quilting to' added strength. Iiffj firm 'rmpered strel mnertpring units with buovant larei ol ► phc!st rv Matching koi springs An standing value at rti regular price. Six SO MeM tine deep single needle « llt memesi and bo. wiirf sett. Regular in* wrffc durable tempered steel mneipnng unit Quality fabrics caver Ifce martresi and matching bo« i n>|i MATTRES" b 0X SPRINCS IN TWIN OR FULL SIZES IIC. PRICE WAS $119.95 MATTRESS fr I0X SPRINGS IN TWIN OR FULL SIZES RIC. PRICE WAS $99.95 ONE WEEK ONLY SALE OF SEALY BEDDING! SAVE, SAVE ON ALL SIZES...TWIN...FULL...OUEEN... KING...OVER 500 PIECESI DONT MISS THIS RARE OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE ON SEALY QUALITY BEDDING AC DramJ new. tresh merchandise from Setly's...

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

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for ever 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 8 ThurHday, March 1, 1973 Rio Cirancie City, Texan Commissioners asked for cut of funds... by RAUL TREJO Some 200 Sturr County res- idents packed into the county courtroom some to watch oth- ers to ask the county commis- sioners for some of the funds that the county has received from revenue sharing funds. Starr County Judge Mario Ramirez opened the meeting telling those present that the meeting was for the sole pur- pose of hearing each citizen's recommendations to the com- missioners, that the requests were being recorded both by the local paper and by his secre- tary for reference in making a budget for the revenue funds and that they had each five minutes in which to make their recommendation. "Thusfar the county has re- ceived $352,808.00 and this is what the county's share was for 1972 and approximately the same amount will be received in 1973," Ramirez said. "This money ...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 All around the town... with tissa peterson. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Rio Grande Herald's Women s Section. Life Is but the process oi learning through daily experience the meaning of these eleven wonderful little verbs of life and acquir- ing the personal power of each: I AM: the power of self knowledge; I THINK: the power to investigate; I KNOW: the power to master facts; I FEEL: the power to appreciate, to value and to love; I WON- DER: the power of reverence, curiosity, worship; ISEE: the power of insight, imagination, vision; I BELIEVE: the power of adventu- rous faith; I CAN: power to act and skill to accomplish; I OUGHT: the power of conscience, the moral imperative; I WILL: will power, loyalty to duty, consecration; I SERVE: power to be useful, devotion to a cause. „ _ . _ . ***** Mrs. Robert Ireland, Fela, wears a POW bracelet as have many others during the Vietnam War. But her bracelet is a ...

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

*" V J • -• I . ■ t ' 4 T- ■I- « * i THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 Mrs. Villarreal addresses Garden Club at meeting The Rio Grande City Garden Club met last Thursday In the home of Mrs. John Haltiner with Mrs. John Hlnojosa Jr. and Mrs. Haltiner serving as hostesses. A program entitled "Postage Stamps Featuring Flowers" was presented by Mrs. Daniel Villa- rreal. Mrs. Villarreal stressed to the members that stamp collec- ting should be entered into for enjoyment, not with the idea that it will pay off, as few collec- Traeger willaddress Women State Senator John Traeger, Seguin, will give the main ad- dress at the South Texas Dis- trict of the Texas Federation of Women's Club convention at the Hamilton Hotel Ballroom, Laredo, Texas, on the even- ing of March 9, according to Mrs. W.W. Zimmerman, Port Isabell. district president. Mrs. W.E. Lockey, Laredo, is chariman of the convention which will bring nearly 300 women from the 65 affi Hated club located in the Val...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 STUDY CLUB HOSTESSES—-Mrs. J.G. Gonzalez and Mrs. R. R. Guerra, Jr. hostes the regular meeting of the Florence J. Scott Stu- dy Club at the Guerra residence in Roma last Thursday. Mrs. Gon- zalez also served as program chairman and presented a book re- view on "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand. The meeting was attended by twelve members. v •s DR. ANDER LEADS DISCUSSION—Under the Head-start Program directed by Mrs. Elma O. Garza, an all day in-service session was held at the Multi-Purpose Center this Monday, according to R.C. Salinas, Jr., Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent. Visit- ing lecturer was Dr. Susan Ander, professor of education at Pan American University. The topics centered around the emotional and social needs of four and five year old students in the Mead Start and kindergarten program. References were made to the needs of the students who have language or learning disability problems. The sessions were attended...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE' RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 FINAL CLEARANCE Inaugurating the UMTEO STATES POSTAL SEHVlCfc JULY 1. 1®71 To Th© Editor The Rio Grande City Jaycees are happy to report that our recent sponsorship of the Fisher Brothers Circus in Rio Grande City was a vast success, the proceeds from which will help us better serve our community. We wish to publicly extend our deep gratitude to those individuals and organizations who helped to make this project so successful, including the following school principals who co-operated to the ut- most in making this activity available to their students: Mr. Ricar- do Gonzalez, Ringgold Primary School, Mr. Ruben Chapa, North Grammar; Mrs. Ninfa Escobar, West Grammar; Mr. Ruben Saenz, high school; Mr. Ismael Penak Jr., high school; Mr. Jose M. Lon- goria, La Grulla Elementary School; Mrs. Lydia Gonzalez, La Un- ion School; and Mr. Vicente Vincenaiz, San Isidro School District. The following business establishments were most generous ...

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

Career Day...set by study club "The Florence J.ScottStudy Club of Rio Grande City is planning a Career Conference for the eighth grade students of Roma, Ringgold and La- Grulla Junior High Schools," announced Mrs. Ross L.a- Grange, club president. The conference is being scheduled for March 14. The conference will begin with a general assembly in the Multi-Purpose Center at Fort Ringgold. Akeynotead- dress will be given by Hum- berto Vasquez, speech and his- tory teacher from Roma High School. The students wi llthen divide into groups for three sessions to discuss the ca- reers of their choice. These sessions will be held at Ring- gold Junior High School. Thestudents havebeen polled as to the careers which inter- them, and twenty career a- reas were chosen to be the most popular. The students made three choices from these career areas and will hear speakers on the careers of their choice. The speakers have been selected from throughout the Mo Grande Val- ley and South Texas. Mrs. Ma...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 I J. \ - I . i ' Conservation A by SILVESTRE GONZALEZ District Conservationist Envl ronmental quality Is a phrase that came Into com- mon usage only in recent years. Environment is de- fined In many ways, butinsub- stance it means all the things that provide tor and preserve life -- the air, the climate, the soil, the water, the plants and animals. It is beauty and open space -- the sum of all the things upon which we de- pend and which enrich our lives. Deterioration of our environ- mental base, especially by air and water pollution, has awak- ened Americans to the neces- sity of action in behalf of our natural resources. Citizens in cities and throughout the countryside, are realizingthat land, water, trees and natural beauty cannot be taken for granted. Your local Starr County Soil and Water Conservation Dis- trict along with some 3,000 other districts nationwide havebeen act! ve for more than three decades in Improving our env...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Progress on legislation... The accompanying chart shows the progress In the Texas Legislature on the fol- lowing legislation: 1) The general appropria- tions bill to finance state op- perations for the coming two years. 2) The resoltuion (SCRI) which created the 37-member Constitutional Revision Com- mission. 3) Legislation to set stan- dards of ethics for state offi- cials and employes and re- quire them to file financial disclosure statements. 4) A bill to strengthen the 1957 opening meetings law and apply it to the legisla- ture. 5) A bill to declare which governmental records are public and provide for public access to them. 6) Legislation to replacethe weak 1957 lobby .regulation law with a tougher law re- quiring year-round registra- tion and spending reports. 7) A proposed new law to regulate campaign contribu- tions and spending and their- disclosure. 8) A so-called "shield" law to protect the identity of con- fidential ne...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 .1 . * X. VI -J.- - F.J. Scott Study Club hears talk on rAtlas Shrugged'... The Florence J. Scott Study Club met last week In the home of Mrs. R.R. Guerra Jr. with Mrs. Guerra and Mrs. J. G. Gonzalez serving as hos- tesses. Following a devotion- al on leadership by Mrs Ross LaGrange, a business meet- ing was held. Mrs. Gonzalez then gave a review of the book "Atlas Shrugged" by Ayn Rand. The speaker pointed out that "Atlas drugged" Is amoving novel about the philosophy of reason and the concept that psychological reasoning can lead to an Intellectual renais- sance. The author, Ayn Rand.isone of the most widely discussed figures on the contemporary intellectual scene. She advo- cates anew moraBty, an ethics of rational self-interest that stands In complete opposi- tion to the political, social, and religious attitudes of our day. Her unique philosophy, known as objectivism is the underlying theme of her fam- ous novels. Russian-bor...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 Public School Week Schedule Monday, March 5 Tuesday, March 6 Wednesday, March 7 Thursday, March 8 Friday, March 9 Open Ringgold Primary School 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. La Union School, West Grammar and North Grammar Schools 2:00 • 4:00 p.m. Grulla Prim.iry School 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. Grulla Elementary School 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Ringgold Junior High School 7:00 p.m. R.G.C. High School 7:00 p.m. Ringgold Intermediate School 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. RGC homemakers honored here... The Expanded Nutrition Pro- gram of the Texas Agricul- ture Extension Serviceheld an Achievement Day Activity Sea- son, Monday, February 26 at the Expanded Nutrition Pro- gram Office inthecourthouse. This event commemorated the accomplishments of twenty- nine local homemakers who participated in the program and reached a point at which they were feeding thei r fami- lies attractive, nutritious meals. The homemakers learned good nutrition, meal planning, food buying, money manage...

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

. ' I *• THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 Roma fought all-the- way in regional play Roma went scoreless in the final three and one-half minutes of play here Saturday morning as the Gladiators lost to the Mathis Pi- rates, 54-47, in a Region IV-AA semifinal game in the Texas A&I University Physical Education Center. Mathis went on to win the tournament and advance into the Class AA state tournament this weekend in Austin. The loss dropped Roma's final season record to 29-5 one of the best in South Texas. The Gladiators trailed the Pirates, 14-11, at the end of the first period but by halftime had taken a 33-29 lead. And the defending re- gional champions maintained their lead in the third period and held a six-point spread (43-37) heading into the final period. Roma held a 47-45 lead with 3:30 left when the scoring drought hit. Mathis tied it at 47-47 with 3:20 left, and then held on to the ball, forcing Roma to foul. The Pirates proved effective from the fre...

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

FAIR from page I laco. Among other attractions at the fair grounds will be the U.S. Navy display. The Navy will be giving out frtsbees whi le the supply last. Also featuring displays will be the U.S. Marine Corps and the Air Force. The Roma FFAinusualfash- ion will be at the fair with some 80 Farm Shop Exhibits. Among their exhibits will be 18 to 20 Gooseneck Trailers constructed by members of the Roma FFA. The Goose- neck is considered one of the finest stock trailers on the market. The Roma FFA will also ex- hibit three steers and five show hogs. San Isidro will exhibit two steers, 12 entries in the Farm Shop Exhibit and one lamb. In the industrial division San Isidro and Rio Grande Ci- ty wih present their wood- work and mechanical drafting exhibits. Rio Grande City FFA will present three steers and a variety of farm shop exhibits. In other attractions at the Multi-Purpose Center will be the Science Fair headed by Julio Saenz, a teacher here in Rio Grande City. San Isidro and Rio...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 -i- I « 4 i . American POWs Getting VIP Treatment WASHINGTON Americans returning home from Vietnam war prisons are being met by a bonanza of cash, grab bags of gifts, job of- fers and efforts by congress- men and state legislators to vote them special benefits. They're getting the MP treat- ment at hospitals where they're being processed. And if they need advice on such things as veteran's benefits and income taxes the orders are out to give them special attention. Few of the POWs have had a chance to get home-town wel- comes, but most of these arc expected to be geared to the wishes of each POW to avoid intruding on family privacy. The biggest surprise is the excellent health of most of the men, several doctors who ex- amined them said - at least the POWs held in North Vietnam. The ones returning from Viet Cong captivity show visible signs of their ordeal. Those servicemen held for several years will find up to as much as $100,0...

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

FOURTH AND FINAL WEEK . .AT WESLACO, PHARR, EMNBUR6 PRICES GOOD AT AU 5 STORES 7 DAYS A WEEK! Delta TOILET TISSUE 4 Roll Pkg. - KRAFT] MIRACLE WHIP UbWi LIBBY Frozen RRAf T Miracle Whip 16 Oz. RINA ■ . ■ Roman Beauty Apples . . Broccoli . Celery .. .3 Lb. Bag • • • • 59c Bunch 39c Stalk 19C Russet Potatoes...... 8 & 59c Jiffy, 5 Oz. Pkg. Cooking Bags... Old EI Paso, 300 Can Retried Beans.. TVri, Jumbo Roll Paper Towels... Carnation, Rat Can Tuna .. C nrru-t Rice •/•••• • • • 28 Oz., 2 Flavors Barbecue Sauce.. 49cfr Oz. Sauce .... 35c 12 Oz. American Singles $ Cheese 69c £ Quart Orange Juice.... 39c Lb. Maxi-Cup # Parkay 43c * "Wa£gxee#A. FOR PRESCRIPTIONS HOLD AND HOLDi 25c « HAIR if SPRAY • if; * REG. 2.25... .,$1. $ PEPTO BISMOL 28 Or Hot ' 4A ' . 39c vSeye drops n?:. 4 For 2 For . 8 OZ. SAN BENITO JOINS IN CELEBRATING This4th WEEK OF GRAND OPENING Tomato Pureo BUFFALO 43/4 Oz. Can 5 Wonderful, Wonderfuf Flavor... and So Tenderl proten beef Your Rolen Beef flavor is enhanced b...

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

K lis M l Potatoes....78 & 59c (Tuna '' t Cornet Dir-a * AVOCADOS rfmnnr-nr ' . . v* • • € 2S Or. ROT Each .... 33c 5 For $1. -----VALUABLE COUPON F N^gara Rice Gebhardts, 300 Can Tamales . Wesson 1 Gal. Salad Oil $2.49 Wash Day Need King Size Box Punch Detergent. 89c Pkg. of 4 59c FABRIC FINISH flEVE DROPS r.T.. . V2 oz 99$ PRELL SHAMPOO ,„,59<S SSS TONIC 20 . $1.99 Vitiamn C . j H.P.C.2 w $3.29 *■ rrrxr*Snak Pak 59c ^SHAMPOOTINT.."£ $1.39 * ^■1 I <g Spray Deodorant Ql' Tomato Sauce ^SECRET. 5„. 55<¥ Hunts 15 Oz. Can With ■ This Coupon A VAL-U-N 29 iSHJ -MART (000 OMLT WITH IMS COUPON offer expires | 3 7 73 | GOLD TIP 8 Oi. Can McCormick, 4 Oz. Can A 12 $1 Black Pepper Titto's Pizzas 3 For .$1. Lgr. Size 59c JE ■VAL-U-MART C0UP0N SAVE JELL-0 GELATIN 3'/a Oz. Pkg. With This Coupon VAL-U-MART for 29 | Comstock | Apples No. 2 Can ,33c 48 Oz. Btle .75c | Mrs. Tuckers i Salad Oil | Bake Rite 3 Lb. Can j Shortening 59c I Palmolive I King Size Btle I \ — / ' I inuifi Sn^n 7Qr...

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

I POW from Page 21 war has been a long war and at times unpopular, the American stitutions and on-site supervi- sors as well as assist in con- people are showering on us and people like us the admiration they probe hty. many of them, looking back, fpci .'hey should have showered on all these people who did not come back .or who came tack wounded." — Capt. Smith. THE ANTIWAR MOVEMENT '1 think they shamed our na- tion in the eyes of the enemy by dealing with them on their grounds. I am a little bit dis- gruntled with the small minor- ity who see fit to loudly oppose the majority ruling once the majority decides." - Navy Capt. Harry T. Jenkins, at San Diego Naval Hospital. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Kika Urges Restoration Of Rural Electric Loans WASHINGTON - Rep. Kika de la Garza has joined a con- gressional group sponsoring legislation to restore 2 per cent federal bans for rural electric co-ops. Nixon suspended the direct 2 per cent bans and called for thei...

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