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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 4 m * $ * New Food For Dieters BOSTON ~ People on low lilt, low cholesterol diets may be putting juicy steaks, butter and whole milk products lack onto their plates now that Australian researchers have figured out how to lower the saturated fat content of these foods. Researchers at Australian National University say they have shown that the fat and cholesterol levels in the blood of humans tan be lowered by Available Here Special Issue texas ranger 150™ anniversary feeding them meat and dairy products from specially fed cattle and sheep. Reporting in this week's New England Journal of Medicine, the researchers said they can prevent the transformation of the polyunsaturated vegetable fats of seed oil into antmai fats by coating the feed grain with formaldehyde-treated casein, a milk and cheese protein. Eating the special feed in- creases the ratio of poly- unsaturated to saturated fat in the animals ten times over that of cattle ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Agriculture Industry Faces Many Obstacles DALLAS — Cotton ginners were told Monday that the na- tion's agricultural industry fa- Professor Pushing For Declaration AUSTIN - A Univer- sity of Texas professor is lead- ing efforts for adoption of a "Declaration of the Commu- nication Rights of Man" by the United Nations. Dr. Robert Jeffrey is presi- dent of the Speech Commu- nication Association (SCAJ, a professional society seeking to broaden man's communicative sMjls—and also protect hirr from its technological implica- tions. Jeffrey says the commu- nications document will hope- fully be included in the U.N. Charter by the year 2000. With even more speculation, he says such a provision might be in- cluded as an amendment to the U.S. Constitution by 1935. He says the addition in the UN Charter would l>e to Arti- cles 19 and 20, which state that every man lias a right to seek, receive and impart informa- tion, to join an associat...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

II, Will' «*■ *■ F. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 USDA Lowers Heat Processing Requirement For Pork Imports The U.S. Department of Ag- riculture (USDA) has lowered its heat processing require- ment for pork products imports from hog cholera-infected countries based on recent re- search evidence that the lower temperature (150 degrees F.)is sufficient to destroy the virus causing this swine disease. The regulation change, effec- tive Feb. 15, 1073 rescinds a stiffer heating requirement for pork products of 158 degrees F., for 10 minutes, imposed in Oc- tober, when import regulations were changed to prohibit the importation of live hogs and fresh pork from nations where hog cholera exists. The lower temperature requirement lias been in effect for pork pro- ducts from foot-and- mouth dis- ease and rinderpest-infested countries for some time. Officials of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) said the heat processing requirement per- mits count...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 POW Says Captivity Story Xo Be Shocking r Teachers Rights' Discussed Returned American prisoners of war, some voicing sharp criticism of amnesty for draft evaders, have refrained from discussing Indochina prison camp conditions in detail. One ex-POW said, however, "it viill be a shock" for the American public when the full story of their captivity unfolds. "Conditions in the United States are so good, I just think the American people are going to be very surprised or shocked by some of the things that took place," Army Capt. \fark A. Smith told newsmen Friday in San Francisco. Smith, 26, of Hawthorne, Ca- lif., said "if and when we get all of our people back, we can tell the whole story," adding It would be "explosive." Speaking at Letter man Gen- eral Hospital, Smith was among freed POWs participat- ing in a series of new s confer- ences across the nation. They had been warned by the Penta- gon not to discuss prison camp conditi...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 . USDA Proposes Regulations For Summer Feeding Programs Proposed changes in the re- gulations governing the opera- tions of food service In sum- mer recreational programs were announced recently by the U.S. Department of Agricul- ture. These changes are de- signed to help sponsors of sum- mer feeding programs to better plan and carry out the feeding of needy youngsters during the summer months when school cafeterias are closed. The president's budget, sub- mitted to Congress on January 29, provides $D0.6 million — the same level as was available last year. The changes are based on the operating experience gained since the program's inception in 19G9 and emphasize the use of school food service facilities to the maximum extent possible. They clarify responsibilities at all levels of program oper- ations, provide greater flexi- bility In the type of ineal served, and provide improved guidelines for the selection of food service sit...

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

Salaries Of School iTeachers Compared THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 WASHINGTON" Starting sal- aries for elementary and se- condary school teachers lag far behind salaries for per- sons starting out in Industry. The difference can be as much as $3200. According to a National Ed- ucation Association report,the largest gap in 1972-73 (using figures based on campus re- cruiting for males) isbetween teachers and engineers. While engineers start out at an average of $10,603, teach- ers begin at $7,357. This is a- different of 44 per cent. Si mi lar differences were re- ported in the fi elds of account- ing, where those starting earn an average of $10,260 and those in chemistry and physics be- gan at an average of $9,700. At the same time, women starting out in engineering, accounting, mathematics and science, according to NEA research, also began at ahigh- er level than teachers. Teacher salaries compare more favorable with women liberal arts graduates going into h...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 UIL draws over competitive school Results of the University In- terscholastic League Liter- ary Contests held last Thurs- day night have been released by R.C. Salinas, Jr., director general of the local events. With over 400 students taking part, North Grammar School took first place In the sub- junior division; Ringgald In- termediate took first place in the sub junior division; and Ringgold Junior High took first place in the junior division. STORYTELLING Second grade boy: 1st place, An- tonio Hinojosa - West Gram- mar; 2nd place, Jessie Ray Warren - North Grammar; second grade girl; 1st place, Catherine Escobar - West Grammar; 2nd place, CeHnda Olivarez - North Grammar; 3rd place, Velma Chavez - Ringgold Primary; thi rd grade boy: 1st place, Frank Doyno - North Grammar; 2nd place, Ronald Gonzalez - West Gram- mar; 3rd place, Fabian Solls- LaGrulla Primary; third grade girl: 1st place, Yvonne Lopez - North Grammar; 2nd place, M...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THUKblJA Y, MARCH 1, 1973 THE HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2f, STORYTELLERS PREPARE —Mrs. Guillen, director of second grade story telling, pins numbers on anxious participants in the story telling com[>etition last Thursday. Mrs. Ruben Saenz told the stor\ to the participants, Mrs. Arturo Mon- temayor Jr. directed the third grade storytellers; and Mrs. Manuel Escobar served as general director for the storytelling events. NORTH GRAMMAR STORYTELLERS—-Mrs. Gilberto Garcia is proud of her second grade storytellers, Victoria Munoz, Sandra Mae Guerra, Atnaro Salinas Maria Celinda Olivarez, and Jessie Ray Warren. Jessie and Celinda brought North Grammar two second place ribbons. r r 3 \ NORTH GRAMMAR WINS—Miss Guerra's third grade storytellers made two first places in storytelling, helping North Grammar to win the sub-junior divi- sion in U.I.L. local events. Shown are Daniel Hlnojosa, Aracells Garcia, Frank Doyno, and Yvonne Lopez, Frank and Yvonne won first place in the l>oy's and girl'...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA NIXON From Page 6 Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. - In a statement before the House Agriculture Committee, of which I am a member, I have urged approval of my bill to reverse the Administration's termination of the direct loan programs of the Rural Elec- trification Administration for rural electric and telephone systems. This seems to me to be a matter of high importance. The loan-making authority in- cluded in the Rural Electri- fication Act of 1936 was cre- ated to carry out a policy de- clared by Congress to be in the public interest. That policy is still in the public interest today. There is a very real need — In South Texas and elsewhere — for continuing the REA two percent, 35-year direct loan program for both telephone and electric utilities, enabl- ing them to give adequateser- vice to meet the needs of our rural population. We may need to revise the legislation to provide only on a need bas- is the more l...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 1. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 27 Ik L" If > l- I >- I •>,1 * 4 • •SS f FIRST GRAND CHAMPION AWARD—I.C. Gonzalez Jr. receives a blue ribbon for his Grand Champion lamb at the first annual Starr County Youth Fair held in January 19G6. Presenting the award is the late Dr. M.J. Rodriguez. Randall Nye holds the microphone for the presentation. & EARLY YOUTH FAIR COMPETITORS—Shown with their lambs in the first annual Starr County Youth Fair in I960 are Dolly Rodriguez, Manuel Guillen Jr., an unidentified youth, and I.C. Gonzalez Jr., the Grand Champion winner. The 4-H'ers hold their lambs as they are judged, and display the same hopeful looks seen on the faces of the entrants at each fair. HOMER DEAN TREVTNO NEW UNITED WAY STAFF MEMBER - Homer DeanTre- vino has joined the staff of the United Way of San Anton- io and Bexar County as assist- ant campaign director. Dr. A.M. Wilder, executive vice president, said Trevino will work with Jack Miller, cam- paign...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 March 1973

THURSDAY. MARCH 1. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 28 I i at A i-sa SALINAS EARNS HONORS—Making the honor roll and winning scholar honors is a way of life for the children of Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Salinas of Roma. The latest in their efforts came late last week when Jose Alejandro was notified that he has been selected as a Yale National Scholar. The honor is bestowed on no more than a hundred highly qualified high school seniors from throughout the United States. They are chosen after extensive re- search on the students named. Jose Alejandro lias had other outstanding accomplishments among them the honor of being the highest academic achievement at the Biology Summer Science Training Program for high ability secondary school students held at the Univer- sity of Texas this past summer. Jose Alejandro who enjoys reading and building rockets as hobbies was also notified of another unexpected honor. He was notified by Cal-Tech of Pasedena, California that he had been selected to attend s...

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

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 9 Thursday, March 8, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas i I >• N an exclusive word from the judge... Where is our county? During the years that I have served as Starr County Judge I have made It a practice to prepare a statement at the be- ginning of the year setting forth the condition of the county from I I • < ' J 1 tell it like it IS • • For sometime now, the local school district has been playing around with two companies in trying to decide who was or Is or could be or should be or ought to be or better be or be beneficial to be the lowest bidder on insurance for the district. On one hand you have Jesse Trevino Insurance Agency who has had the policy for the school properties for some time and who has for sometime delivered at the end of each cortract period a check for $8,000.00 plus dollars. On the other hand you have Garza Insurance Agenry of Rio Grande City who under b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 All around the town... with lissa peterson.. Lopez speaks to Woman's Club "The right angle to approach a problem is the TRYangle." This is true of our approach to our educational system and how effective it is in our community. We must try to understand our children and encourage them to succeed in school. We must try to work with our local teachers and administrators in any way we can to help further the educational goals we have set. We must try to be concerned, interested, and involved in this school system, for the schools are ours, and only if we all try will our goals for better education be met. * * * « This week is Texas Public Schools Week. All of our schools will be open this week. The teachers and children 'n each class- room have been busily preparing to show off their efforts, and we have the opportunity to visit the school our children attend, and any other school in the district. Take advantage of this oppor- tunity...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

I 1 I •A • • 1 • AUSTIN — Eladio Carrera, of Rio Grande City, Texas, has accepted Lieutenant Governor Bill Hobby's invitation to par- ticipate in a Citizens Confer- ence on Ethics in Government, The conference will be held in Austin on March 20-21, to con- sider the various aspects of ethics In state government. Carrera appointed to ethics committee Camouflage—a technique an- imals, soldiers—a n d home- makers—put to work. "Camouflage solves decor- ator problems caused by badly placed windows, ugly radiators, ceilings too low or too high, and rooms too long or too short," Mrs. Ida A. Perez, county ex- tension agent observed. A variety of things can al- ter surrounds, she continued. These include draperies, bullt-ln-cupboards, eye-fooling wallpaper and, of course, Just plain paint. Window treatments rate high among camouflage techniques. Floor-to-ceiling draperies with a cornice add height to a room. Other types of draperies can alter the appearance of poorly placed or odd-sized wind...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

DECA STUDENTS IN ACTION Distributive Education Is a program of Instruction which teaches marketing, merchan- dising and management. The Distributive Education Clubs of America, DECA, is a pro- gram of youth activities which supplements Distributive Education. DECA's goals are: (1) to develop a respect for education which will contribute to vocational competence, and (2) to promote understanding and appreciation for the responsibilities of citizenship in our free, competitive enterprise system. In the classroom as DE students, we learn many of the fundamentals of marketing and distribution, such as sales promotion, display, salesmanship, employee-employer rela- tions, advertising, etc. In addition to this classroom Instruction, a DE student may be placed in a retail, wholesale or service firm under a supervised training program. The training program, worked out by the employer and the DE teacher-coordinator affords the student an opportunity to put Into practice many of the fundament...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

'4. i '} ' Impoundment Of Farm Program Funds Criticized WASHINGTON — A Republi- can member of the Senate Agri- culture Appropriations sub- committee has criticized the administration for impounding funds for several farm pro- gram? and stripping the Agri- culture Department of decision making authority. Sen. Mark Hatfield (R-Ore.) said in an interview that "Pre- sident Nixon is acting like a legislator without legislative authority." He was referring to the administration's termin- ation of the Rural Electrifica- tion Administration's two per cent direct loan program and the $225 million Rural Envir- onmental Assistance Program. The Senate has voted 09 to 20 to restore the REA's two per cent direct loan program while the House approved a bill to restore the REAP program. "I certainly support any means or method at our com- mand to force the President to expand appropriations made under law," Hatfield said. He predicted that the impoundment issue ultimately will have to be resolved b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

Agriculturists Make Predictions For 1985 WASHINGTON — By 1985, Agriculture Department offi- cials told the annual National Agricultural Conference here, the U.S. will have only 2.1 mil- lion farms — down 700,000 from last year. At the same time, farms with gross sales of $20,000 or more will account for 90 per cent of cash receipts earned from farm products. These, at least, were the pre- dictions of John E. Lee, Jr., of the department's Economic Re- search Service, who said as- sets per farm will average nearly $250,000 by 1985, while Individual farm debt will aver- age $71,000. Current average per farm assets and debt are $100,000 and $20,000 respect- ively. These increases, Lee said, are part of total farm assets that could reach $540 billion by 1985, compared to $340 billion last year. He said total farm debt will increase from $67 billion last year to $150 bil- lion by 1985. "These figures sound start- ling, but when compared with the past 13 years, the percent- age changes are...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 March 1973

* ■i * THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Carol Ann dies in car mishap Carol Ann Guerra, 27 years old, formerly of Roma died in a one-car accident near San Mar- cos on Interstate 35. Miss Guerra died of injuries received when she apparently lost control of her car, In the 3:45 a.m. mishap. Miss Guerra was buried in Roma after services at Our La- dy of Refuge in Roma. She is survived by her father M.A. (Poncho) Guerra, and two bro- thers James Charles and Pat- rick M. Guerra. Funeral arrangements were handled by Ceballos Funeral Home. V - > GRULLA HOMEMAKERS HONORED — The Expanded Nutrition Program of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service held an Achievement Day Activity, Wednesday February 28, 1973, at Grulla Primary School. This event Commemorated the accomplishments of seven local homemakers who participated In the program and reached a point at which they were feeding their families attractive, nutritious meals. The homemakers learned good nutrition, meal ...

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

" THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PACE 8 I VICA STUDENTS PLACE IN AREA CONTESTS — Teams of three students each in automotive mechanics, automotive body and fen- der, and general construction trades went to Corpus Christi Fri- day to exhibit student-selected projects and to compete in speed and skill contests in their respective divisions. Those represent- ing Rio Grande City are as follows: general building trades, Mr. Gilberto Trejo, instructor: Jesus Arnulfo Garza received a first place ribbon for his student-selected project (a student desk) and also first place in the speed and skill contest. He received a plaque and has earned the right to compete at the state meet in Fort School menus Thursday, March 8: Beef Pattie Creole, Spanish Rice, Savory Peas, Oven Rolls, Jellied Applesauce Thursday, March 8: Orange Juice, Ranchero Eggs, Polish Sau- sage, Oven Roll, Butter, Milk Friday, March 9: Fish Sticks, Buttered Corn, Carrot-Apple-Ce- lery Salad, French Rolls, Butter, ...

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