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

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. lO Thursday, -March IS, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texan School meeting, very interesting Court reappoints Gabert by RAUL TREjO The Rio Grande City Inde- pendent School Board of Trustees meeting in their re- gular session failed to accept a school district insurance bid, accepted a farewell speech from trustee Alex W. Gabert and r ehired the Rio Grande City High School coaching staff after they had asked that their contracts be renewed but not in coaching capacities with the district. The board also approved con- tracts for all teachers not al- ready on a continous contract. The meeting opened with the board approving the minutes and hearing a request from Mrs. Frank Anderson request- ing the board to be present and usage of district facilities for the meeting of the board of directors for Region I. Re- gion 1 is a school district ser- vice agency, headquartered in Edinburg. The mot...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 All around the town... wilJi iio.sa "eterson... Rio Grande Herald's Women's Section... "Creativity is the art of taking a fresh clean look at old know- ledge." Last week at a meeting of the Florence J. Scott Study Club, Mrs. Lucinda Hinojosa presented a devotional featuring some writings by Olga Molina, a Rio Grande City High School student in Ernestine Trevino's English class. * * * These creative ideas are truly a fresh clean look at old know- ledge: "God is like Bayer Aspirin--He works wonders"; "God is like Ford — He has a better idea"; "God is like Dial Soap " Ha gives you round-the-clock protection"; "God is like Coke — He's the real thing"; "God is like Pan American Airways — He makes the going great"; "God is like Dr Pepper — He's so misunder- stood"; "God is like Alka Seltzer — Try Him, you'll like Him"; "God is like Hallmark Cards — He cares enough to send only the very best." * * Happy birthday, Justine! Miss Justine C...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 PAGE 3 f m ■ • i •• * i 4 . ■t & v Vvn i GILDA MADRIGAL IS MISS KGBT -- Gilda Madrigal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Madrigal of Rio Grande City, was named Miss KGBT at the finrls held in Brownsville last Tuesdav. She was chosen after competing against finalist from Willacy, Cameron, ami Hidalgo Counties. The girls were judged on personality, talent and beauty. Miss Madrigal danced the tango for her talent'. Maria' Elena Rodriguez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lazaro Rodriguez, con- gratulates Gilda. Miss Rodriguez was Miss KGBT for 1972-73. Gil- da was awarded a spray of red roses and a trophy for the 73-74 win- ner. She will also receive as prizes a wristwatch, a bracelet, a set of luggage, a hair dryer, a trip for two to Mexico City for three days, and one hundred dollars cash to spend. Roma brings home editors job The Roma High School stu- dent council distinguished it- self this weekend at the spring convention of South Texas D...

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

THURSDAY. MARCH 15. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 „ YYYY '< vWy :> X X X v aaaA WINNER GIRL -- Emelina Reyna, 11 yrs. old 6th grade student at La Union Elemen- tary School won 1st plycp in "Declamation" in the Sub Jun- ior Division of the UIL events of the Rio Grande Independent School District. Emelina has obtained a high average in her scholastic record. She is ac- tive in sports and is a girl scout member. She is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrosio Reyna of La Casita. WINNER -- Teodoro Villa- rreal Jr. 5th grade student at La Union Elementary School won 1st place in "Spelling" in the Sub-Junior division of the UIL events in the Rio Grande Independent School District. Teodoro has obtained a high average in his scholastic re- cord. He is active in sports. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Teodoro Villarreal of La Casi- ta. MRS. PEREZ PRESENTS BEAUTY PROGRAM — Mrs. Joe Perez hosted a meeting of the Florence J. Scott Study Club last Thursday and presented a program on beaut...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 -J- y Youth Fair THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 0 m if B FIRST PLACE FLOAT-BOY SCOTS CAROLINA ALVARADO AND RESERVE VELMA MONTALVC THE i EFFEC OF ' NDi OGENS I AND androgen! sup v,s o* iaitchicks GRAND CHAMP HORSE TRAILER BY JIMMY CASTILLO OF ROMA SCIENCE FAIR GRAND CHAMPION --- NORMAN RAMIREZ'S EXHIBIT "VK, "*** ma ' , jSE*"- '' XRMhMMHHt GRAND CHAMP & RESERVE LAMBS- ABEL RODRIGUEZ BAND LAZARO RODRIGUEZ JR \ / t lk. COOKING CHAMPION CELIA ALVIRDE AND RESERVE CHAMPION RUTH RAMIREZ termed big, big success... , v* jsni naJJn* s ■> If*" ' " il i mm GRAND CHAMPION STEER---LAZARO RODRIGUEZ JR.

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 PAGE 6 OflifVVWI<UWVUWWUVVUWUV/WUVVWWWWUVHUWWWWVWWWVWWVVWWWWVUi;ilVWUVUUIIUU,VwVWVUWVWU|IWyWVVWVWVWWWWVWV«v w >w Flower show will celebrate 25th anniversary • HaOOOOOlOtaOOOOOOOOBQlOQOOOOOQOOOOOOOBOOOflOOBBaOBOOIIOQBaBBBBttBBIIflaaflQQtBBBIHBtHttattlBflBtllHI In preparation for its an- nual flower show, "Nature's Precious Jewels" with which the Rio Grande City Garden Club wUl celebrate its 25th an- niversary on March 24, Mrs. Wade Hash presentedtotheclub last Thursday, six unusual and Imaginative arrangements as Inspiration for the artistic ar- rangements scheduled. Mrs. Hash is a national judge, pres- ident of the Mission Garden Club and a consistent Blue Ribbon winner. "Silver Anniversary with Al- exandrite," featuring reds and blues in a silver container or f GARDEN CLUB FLOWER SHOW PREPARATIONS-—Mrs. Wade Hash, president of the Mission Garden Club, addressed the Rio Grande City Garden Club and gave examples of how to carry out...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 'Women in Action' theme for Texas Federation of Women... By TISSA PETERSON The 13th annual convention and board meeting of the South Texas District of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs was held last Thursday and Fri- day at the Hamilton Hotel in Laredo. The convention theme was "Women in Action." Representing Rio Grande Ci- ty at the convention were Mrs. Felipe V. Ramon, Mrs. Alex Hinojosa, and Mrs. A.V. Pet- erson of the Rio Grande City Woman's Club and Mrs. Ri- cardo Gutierrez, Mrs. Lucinda Hinojosa, Mrs. Francisco Gar- za, Mrs. James Peterson, and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson oi the Florence J. Scott Study Club. The pre-conventlon activities began on Wednesday with hotel registration and a tour of Nue- vo Laredo. The formal open- ing of the convention was Thursday with South Texas D 1 strict Presi- dent, Mrs. W. W. Zimmer- Reports were heard from dls- See WOMEN, Page 8 starts thursday/ march 15 narc sae WHITE RAIN HAIR SPRAY •Hol...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 COURT from Page 1 possibly acquire the equipment for them. The equipment could only be used and be stationed in a rural community and be used only for its expressed purpose. The request is for three pum- per trucks and a catapillar. The county judge then in- formed the court of final ap- proval for the hospital plans. He said that construction could be started by the end of April or the first of May. The commissioners also ap- proved the request for a hospi- tal district. Senator JohnTrea- ger and Representative Terry Canales have informed the court that they have introduced the required legislation. The hospital district when approved by the voters -would permit the hospital to tax pro- perty owners for operation of the hospital. The court also discussed a hearing set for 10 a.m. Thurs- day morning in a complaint by the City of Roma. The city is filing against the county in pro- test of a proposal which the city contends is aime...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 -I T A ' ~ \ r 'i*v •' >% .1 V ,1UU W* N Mr. THIRD GRADE STORYTELLERS — These West Grammar third grade storytellers coached by Mrs. Miller Smedley competed In local U.I.L. competition last week. They are Marinela Garcia, Iden Olivarez, Ronald Gonzalez, and Roy Cruz. Marinela won a third place In the storytelling competition, and Roy placed second. WEST GRAMMER WINNERS — Miss Minnie Munoz coached this second grade story telling team which won both first place ribbons in second grade competition last week at Ringgold Intermediate. They are Tony Hinojosa, first, Joe David Garcia, Maricela Lopez, and Catherine Escobar first. TRIO TO SAND ANTONIO TEXAS — Grulla Eighth grade migrant students went on a Held trip to San Antonio on March 2. Accompanying the 35 students on the trip were Nick Lopez, Leonel Saenz :ind Fidel Garza, eighth grade sponsors. The one-day field trip Included a visit to the Hemisfalr Tower, the Alamo, wax museum,...

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

if vwn THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 ' 5 ■ r. A • I % f;Sfj * & t\ fcfcSii SAFE DRIVERS — The Weslaco District employees of General Telephone Co of the Soutwest achieved a record of no vehicle ac- cording to Mrs. Lola Beth Pinso, Weslaco district manager. Motor vehicle accidents were reduced from 201 in 1971 to 127 in 1972 throughout the entire company. Wearing of seat belts and placing safety cones behind parked vehicles are basic safety requirements in the company. Employees attend regular safety meetings and are encouraged to drive defensively at all times. C.L. Denyer, installation and maintenance foreman, accepted an engraved plaque on behalf of all employees in La Feria, Lyford, Raymond- ville, Rio Grande City, Roma, Santa Rosa, and Weslaco. The award was presented by R. Rex Bailey, area general manager at League Citv. COME & C L.F.D. B 4 v* U BUY J. I - „ 4- -i i r SPECIAL OLYMPICS--Members of the Special Education Track Team getting ready for...

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

I :L r -i- * I ♦ I ' THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE SCHOOL From Page 1 zabeth Lofton, Mary K. Hedges and Patricia Lacy as they are still working with the district under a special agreement for one year. The requests by the coaching staff apparently took the board by surprise and they requested an explanation from Superin- tendent S.P. Cowan. Cowan said that he had none. The board then asked that Athle- tic Director Ernesto Vela come forward and explain. Vela came forward and said that he had asked to speak to the board in executive session but had been turned down. He said he was willing to discuss the entire matter in open ses- sion if those were the desires of the board. Trustee Alex W. Gabert was a little critical of the fact that the matter of the coaching staff asking for reassignments had not been brought to his atten- tion before Tuesday night. He explained that he felt the staff (coaching) had done a wonder- ful job for the district and praised them for the many hon- ors that ...

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

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

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

r TP# ' "" p 4''' THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Weakened Ethics Bill Gets Tentative Okay AUSTIN, Tex. - The House has tentatively passed an ethics bill that once was strong but novi will not require public officials, such as legisla- tors, to reveal their sources of income. A final vote was expected to- day. Any amendments must get a two-*hird majority to lie placed on the bill before final passage. Speaker Price Daniel Jr. said Thursday night the amendment that removed financial dis- closure "totally destroyed the intent of the bill." Daniel said he would do ev- erything he could to persuade a two-third majority to restore public disclosure of income and holdings. Thesspeaker and one of the co-authors of the bill, REp. Larry Bales, D— Austin, were so disappointed in what they considered a gutted bill that they voted against it. The other co-6Ponsor, Rep. Jim Nugent, D—Kerrville, voted for it, however. The amendment removing fi- nancial disclosure was author...

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

LEGAL NOTICE * * , I. ■ < ♦ « NOTICE OF CITY OFFICERS' ELECTION City of La Grulla, Texas Notice is hereby given that a City Officers' Election will be held on the 7th day of April, 1973 In the above named city for the purpose of electing the following officers for said city: Mayor, and two Commission- ers. Said election will be held at the following polling places in said city: In Election Precinct No. , at City Hall Building; The polls at each of the above designated polling places shall on said election day be open from 7:00 o'clock a.m. to 7:00 o'clock p.m. The absentee voting for the above designated election shall be held at City Hall Building, in said city, and said place of absentee voting shall remain open for at least 8 hours on each day of absentee voting which is not a Saturday, Sun- day or an official State holiday, beginning on the 20th day and continuing through the 4th day preceding the date of said elec- tion. Said place of voting shall remain open between the hou...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Social Disease On Rise Because Of rPilV WASHINGTON — A woman taking birth control pills who is exposed (o gonorrhea — one of several venereal diseases — ha.s almost a 100 per cent chance of contracting the di- sease. But if the woman is not taking the "pill" and is exposed to the disease, there are only four chances in 10 she will get it, a District of Columbia Medical Society seminar was told. The difference, doctors said, is due to changes in the femal< body produced by the chemi- cals in the pill. And doctors said the in- creasing use of the pill in mod- ern society may be one of the reasons that the incidence of gonorrhea—unlike other vene- real disease such as sypliillis —is on the rise. "Women are seldom aware that they have gonorrhea in its early stages," one official said. "The reservoir of the disease is in the infected female who has no symptoms." "For every 10 male cases that are reported," he added, "only one fema...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 Equal Rights Opponents Mounting Drive To Block Amendment Passage 1 7 V S * r * ' I .. V . ■* Conservatives, labor leaders and women who believe a fe- male's place is in the home are in the forefront of an increas- ingly successful drive to block ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment to the U.S. Con- stitution. T ii e amendment- vihlch needs the approval of 38 states to become law—has been re- jected by several states in re- cent weeks and even its staun- chest supporters consider pas- sage unlikely this year. As of now, 28 states have ra- tified the amendment. In 15 others, the amendment either has been rejected or killed for this legislative session, al- though further action may re- surrect it. Action Is ponding in seven other states. The arguments and the oppo- nents vary from state to state, but the opposition appears to focus on claims the measure would interfere with privacy of the family, with existing legis- lation ...

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

Is Fashion Really Disappearing ? PARIS — "Would you wear costume jewelry if you can go to Harry Winston?" Marc Bohan, designer for the Dior house of fashion, asks the rhetorical question, dropping the name of the man who sells diamonds. The question is really an an- swer — to all those nasty ru- mors that high fashion is dis- appearing. Next week the Paris houses show their fall collections. All the couturiers reason that it's still better to wear beautiful clothes that fit than funny ones that don't. "Why shouldn't a rich woman spend her money?" demands Pierre Cardin. "Putting it in the tank is dishonest. "The couture isn't dead. It just looks different. If there were only popular things in life, it would be total ennui. A beau- tiful car is as good as a sculp- ture from a moral point of view." Who is the couture client? She may have more money, but she's "a woman like any other," say the designers. In her 30s, pretty, with children, she doesn't go out of her way to damage her husb...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 < I > Kids Taught 3R s in Native Tongue * /. - V I- T WOODBURN. Ore — More than half the first graders entering Washing- ton Elementary School in this Willamette Valley farm town speak little or no English And school officials have found success in teaching them the basic three Rs in their na- tive tongue rather than fighting what they've found to be a los- ing battle with the language barrier Woodburn has, for a variety of reasons, become a resting place for families of Spanish and Russian descent Members of the Old Be- lievers, a Russian Orthodox sect that fled the Soviet Union 50 years ago amid a fight over church reform, have settled here to till the land They cling tightly to the Russian language and their children speak little else until they reach public school. For Chicano migrant work- ers, Woodburn has long been a yearly stop on the circuitous quest for farm work Today, weary of following the crops and faced with...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 $ % New Incentive Program At Reformatory Effective BUENA VISTA. Colo. — Patrick McDer- mott's room has posters on the wall, purple drapes at the window, a bookcase and a type- writer. The room also has bars in the window and a heavy steel door. McDermott. 25. is an inmate at the Colorado State Reforma- tory, but because of a unique incentive program initiated a little over a year ago, he is better off than most prisoners. McDermott s recent request to remain at the reformatory 60 days beyond his normal parole release date so he can complete a college-level course in news- paper advertising and layout design is an indication of how well the program has been re- ceived by reformatory inmates. "It's a jail but at least when you're in here you feel like you're accomplishing some- thing,'' said McDermott, who is the editor of the reformatory weekly newspaper, The Spotlight. "I guess as far as prisons go they've got some real innovati...

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