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

CAT-APULT YOUR KITTY TO FAME THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 * I 1 * I- :r. -i Wmm hkhi Wjll ISa Kid Kadoo is not only the pride and joy of Mr. and Mrs. Craig Leese of Chicago, but also the envy of 28,000,000 cat- owning households. Last year. Kid Kadoo was named 1972 Kitty Pan All-American Glamour Kitty. If your family cat wins the annual Kitty Pan Ail-American Glamour Kitty Contest now under way, you both will really have something to pun- about ! In its eighth consecutive quest for feline"purr feet ion," Waverly Mineral Products is on the prowl for a "new title holder" to this annual contest, which offers many prizes to cats and humans. Nine farm lies will win. Highlight is an expense-paid 10-day stay at the glamorous Playboy Plaza Hotel in Miami Beach; in addition, owners of the new champion receive a color TV, jewelry, a color portrait of the cat, plus a mink-trimmed cape and a gold plated crown for the cat. Awarding of prizes, and the first elimination o...

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

If Students Take a Chance In College Gambling Class CHESTER, Pa - It's a sure bet that 40 stu- dents at little Widener Col- lege felt the odds were stacked against them in Jill Master- son's class. But they were game for something different, and so was the petite Miss Masterson, a 32- year-old professor with a doc- torate in psychology. The course was entitled Gambling 729. What else? Two crap tables and a rou- lette wheel built by a student, plus some card tables, were set up in a long, narrow, carpeted room in the basement of the campus library. Dr. Masterson even had loaded dice and marked cards , for one class session Gambling 729 was her idea for a one-month, one-credit course which the college fea- tures each year. But she didn't think she d get approval of the program committee, which has final say on all courses. "1 thought there would be adverse reaction," she said "But there was none. They just approved it and said they were happy to see something jazzv." Widener has 1.500...

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

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

Thursday; march is, 1973 the SCHOOL From Page 11 tloneering both will be allowed on campus," Guerrero said. The motion passed. Gabertsaid he questioned the legality of the motion. "I'd like to say a word about aii . CH riS0* Is that If every- one " e a clean elec- tion then i the questions of legalit;^4-' ^by God if there is plenty of Vv« to campaign then you don't need all these booth or tones ... by election day you should know who-the- hell you're going to vote for and you don't need all these le- gality questions," J.D. Villar- real said. "You missed the whole point, Mr. Vlllarreal, we're ques- tioning the legality of the mo- tion not on the booth or tents . . . I've told you before that if you have a point of legality ... if you want to question legalities why don't you go to law school and become an attorney," Gab- ert returned. The board decided that there will be no polling place at West Grammar but at the Multi- purpose Center, that there will be no tents, booths, or any el...

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

T* I i RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years Vol. XXXI TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents No. II Thursday, March 22, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas - T 'n * I ' * 1 Hobby will visit here HOBBY WILL VISIT HERE — Pictured above are Texas Governor Dolph Briscoe, right and Lt. Governor Bill Hobby as they opened the 63rd Legislature and their efforts to re- store confidence by Texas in their state government. Lt. governor has played an import- ant part in bringing about the badly needed reform. Lt. Governor Hobby has accepted an invitation to speak to the Rio Grande City Rotary Club this Friday at noon at the Rattler's Den Restaurant. The member-wife dinner will hear Lt. Governor Hobby speak on govern- mental reforms. Lt. Governor Hobby will land at the Starr County Airport at 12:25 and speak to the local club at 12:30 p.m. Members are urged to attend with their wives and guests. Hobby will be introduced by Raul Trejo, program chairman for the day who ar- ranged the visit. (...

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

vU ar°und town with tis>a |H'lers«n... nil'USDAV, MARCH 22, l!>7:i Till: UK > (iKANIM IIKHALD PAGE 2 F.J. Scott Study Club turns out informative career day confab Spring has sprung. Tuesday was the official first day of spring, but I've been noticing it for the last few weeks, and it's a wonder- ful time of the year; everything is fresh and new, clean and green, especially following the rains of last month. Edgar A. Guest writes of spring by saying: * * * * "The man who wants a garden fair, or small or very big; with flowers growing here and there, must bend his back and dig. The things are mighty few on earth that wishes can attain. Whatever we want of any worth, we've got to work to gain. It matters not what goal you seek, its secret here reposes: you've got to dig from week to week to get results of roses." * * # * Spring is the time when everything starts anew, the slate is wiped clean, a new start may be made. Spring is usually related to youth, but it is a time for al...

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

"(• ► V ^ • r . F'W 4 <# Hi r ?!^ ♦ LIBERTY EQUALITY PROGRESS # # # * <§ # f #*#***# THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 PROG# LIBERTAD IGUALDAD PROGRESO £i> ^A/TY TH1-: CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE CLIB (NEW PARTY - PARTIDO NUEVO) THE CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE CLUB (NEW PARTY - PARTIDO NUEVO) THE CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE CLUB (NEW PARTY) IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE CANDIDACY OF THE FOL- LOWING MEMBERS FOR THE RIO GRANDE CITY CONSOL- IDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD OF TRUSTEES. PLACE NO. 1 PLACE NO. 2 PLACE NO. 3 OVIDIO PENA DR. ROBERT S. MARGO CHARLES LA GRANGE THE CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE CLUB (NEW PARTY) EN- DORSES THEIR CANDIDACY AND REQUEST YOUR SUPPORT AND YOUR HELP IN THEIR ELECTION. EL PARTIDO NUEVO (NEW PARTY) SE COMPLACE EN AN- UNCIAR LA CANDIDATURA DE LAS SIGUIENTES PERSON- AS COMO MIEMBROS A LA MESA DIRECTIVA DE RIO GRANDE CITY CONSOLIDATED INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT. PLACE NO. 1 PLACE NO. 2 PLACE NO. 3 OVIDIO PENA DR. ROBERT S. MARGO CHARLES LA GRANGE EL ...

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

No Spanish Speaking Rule To Be Reexamined By FA.A. The Federal Aviation Adminis- tration says a letter forbidding employes of Hie Airways Facil- ities Sector in South Texas cities to speak Spanish during duty hours will be re-examined. "Right now we are taking a look at the letter to insure that there is no infringement in in- formal communications while not engaged in official duty ac- tivities," a spokesman for the FAA said Wednesday when asked about the letter. The letter, sent by C. D. Ry- man, regional manager of the AFS Corpus Christi office, was sent on March 2 to all employes in South Texas cities. Ryman refused to comment on the letter and referred all calls to the FAA's main office in Fort Worth. A spokesman for the FAA said the agency agreed with the "intent of the letter- perhaps not with the wording.'' The lettei said in part: "It has come to my attention that a language other than the English language is being used during official duty hours. This has been used in the ...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 ' ir r QUARTERBACK CLUB RELAYS—Quarterback Club President Noe R. Sanchez and Rio Grande City Schools AD Ernesto Vela are pictured with the trophies that will be awarded to the winning teams during the Rio Grande City Quarterback Club Relays this Saturday. The 16th annual relays open at 11 a.m. with the preliminaries and conclude with the fi- nals at 7 p.m. Some 15 schools have already made reservations for the track meet. Eve- ryone is urged to attend the relays being held at Rattler Field starting Saturday morning. Among the schools that will compete are in Class AA, Brownsville, San Benito, McAllen, Mission, Crystal City and Rio Grande City. In Class A are Port Isabel, Santa Rosa, Ly- ford, Rio Hondo, Sharyland, La Joya, San Isidro, Roma, St. Joseph of Brownsville and St. Joseph of Laredo. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) BULLETIN-BULLETIN-BULLETIN If you are in the market for a good air conditioning unit . . . do yourself a favor ...

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

THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Miss Villarreal becomes Mrs. Mario Morado Miss San Juanita Villarreal became the bride of Mario Mo- rado on February 3 at 5 p.m. in St. Joseph the Worker Cath- olic Church. Father Norman Racetle presided at the nuptial mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Crespin Villa- rreal, and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. Ramon Morado and Guadalupe Morado. Altar arrangements were white mums and carnations on arches. There were two small arrangements at the side altars. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. She wore a waisted gown of white delus- tered satin and sleeves of re- embroidered French lace. Small crystals adorned the dress. Her three-tiered veil of illusion fell to floor length from a headpiece of white or- ange blossom crystals. Maid of honor was Miss Mary Villarreal, sister of the bride. She wore an empire styled gown of white chiffon. She wore a white petal hat and carried a bouquet of fresh tiny white a...

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

A . A -< > « FLORENCE J. SCOTT STUDY CLUB SPONSORS YOUTH CAREER CONFERENCE THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 CLUB PRESIDENT MRS ROSS LAGRANGE GREETS SPEAKERS ELECTRONIC CAREERS DISCUSSED BY OSCAR HIHOIOSA Tower Thinks Conn ally Will Draw Others Too HISS CAROLINA GONZALEZ SPEAKS ON NURSING PROSPECTIVE BEAUTICIANS HEAR MRS. AIZAR KARAM AUSTIN, Tex. - Sen. John Tower, R—Tex., says he believes former Gov. John Gon- na lly will bring a number of prominent conservative Texas Democrats with him if he joins the Repumican rartj. But a switch by Connaily would not create a mass migra- tion into the GOP, he said. "I think that conceivably the migrants might be measured more in qualitative than quan- titative terms, "Tower said at a news conference Friday. He quoted friends of Con- naily—whom he declined to name—as saying they would change parties if Connaily did. Those coming into the GOT roost likely would be "people o£ substance who have t>een allies of Connaily,...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRAND HERALD PAGE 9 I I FLOWER SHOW CHAIRMEN — The Rio Grande City Garden Club members have been busy this week taking care of final details for its show, "Nature's Precious Jewels", which will be open to the public this Saturday from 3 until 9 p.m. in the Educational Building of the First United Methodist Church. In spite of the recent bad weather, there will be a creditable showing of potted plants and other horticulture, as well as Artistic Classes. A new class in the horticulture this year is the Terrarium. Flower Show chairmen pictured are Mrs. Herminio Saenz, classification chairman; Mrs. George R, Boyle, judge chairman; Mrs. Humberto E. Garza, chairman of junior exhibits; Mrs. Robert N. Ireland, staging chairman; Mrs. Arturo Clarke, entry chairman; Mrs. Arturo Garza, general chairman; and Mrs. J.M. Saldivar, hospitality chairman. FIRST LADY from Page 1 she was made an honorary member of the Kingsville Woman's Club for fifty years of service to...

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

•> • THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE ft Costa Rica is program for Pan Am tables... The Rio Grande City-Roma Pan American Round Table met last Tuesday evening at the House of Raphael. Mrs. Alex Hinojosa presented a program on Costa Rica. Mrs. Hinojosa pointed out on the map the areas where the different products of the land are produced, as well as a brief history of the country. She called on Mrs. R.R. Guerra, Mrs. John A. Pope Jr., Mrs. E'liseo Smith, Miss Evarista Madrigal, Mrs. Francisco Mar- go, and Mrs. Gerhard Waaser to report on their visit to Costa Rica, and each mentioned some- thing that had particularly im- pressed them. The group visited Costa Rica on their trip to the Pan American Alliance meeting in the fall. Following the theme, "The nation's men and events that have influenced the growth of civilization," the speaker told the life of a national hero, Juan Rafael Mora. He was a self- made man, working with his fa- ther in his business from age 1...

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

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

4 '« •/ * - ^ * 1 THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 Texas Federation Music Clubs Plan Convention FORT WORTH — The Texas Federation of Music Clubs will hold its fifty-eighth annual con- vention in Fort Worth, at the Green Oaks Inn, March 21, 24, with District IV, Mrs. Edward M. Kirby, president; Arling- ton - Concerto Club; Fort Worth - Euterpean Club, Har- mony Club, League of Com- posers, Ridglea Club, and Uni- versity Place Club; Hurst- Euless-Bedford - Sonata Club; Stephenville - Stephenville Club as hosts. Mrs. Don E. Ransom of Fort Worth is general chair- man and Mrs. Carl Edward Bock of Austin is program chairman. Mrs. Glenn L. Brown of Stan- ton, president, Texas Federa- tion of Music Clubs, will pre- side over all business sessions. Theme of the convention is: "Ignite Our Spirits With Mus- ic." THE I FAMILY4 LAWYER Freedom with an If "I will suspend your jail sen- tence and let you go free on one condition," said the judge to a teenager found guilty of m...

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

I "UUafyAzeK THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 PRODUCT SALE! NOW AT VAL-U-MART Walgreen Agency Rubber Bath Tub Mat Choice of 5 popular colors. 300 safety CP auction c 14)14 to prevent (lipping. $1.49 Value Starr Plaza Shopping Center 980 Value Curity Cotton Balls (i.-.i-1 ..1 Cm K- u-u -i/v, • •1 I In *!/•• "<l<«n ti.ilU. Your AQC Choice W "k DISCOUNTIAMILY CENTER following 4 lie ma are ntt "2 FOR" Pnctm. 100 BUFFFERED ASPIRIN Faater than aspirin. No atomach upaet. jorthiayre. $1.09 Value - 1.5 0z. BAN Roll-On Deodorant l- WALGREENS FANTASTIC SUPER SPRAY CLEANER Cleans walla, appliance, whitewalla. etc. 32 ox. $1.59 Value-Family Size 18 oz. SCOPE Mouth Wash Lint 1 TZtMMci A 2m*ti ty | @0*. dmiC tAided pto+U Olatt tit jiaioiatviV "(iwmU " $119 EA. Value BOLD MAN Hair Spray With Protein Hair control with ihe dry, natural loo*. 7 ® Walgreens SPECIAL PRICE NO LIMIT 39C EA Value Children s Chewable Aspirin $1.69 EA. Value MILK BATH® ith Cold Cream Moiaturizing ...

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

If * f; $2 SPt! PRIC . 1.7!. 8* i'l ' ► ftis THE CONSUMER ALERT by Attorney General John L. Hill Who is "the Consumer?" If you are reading this — the first of a series of articles which are being made available through your newspaper, you already know the answer: "The Consumer" is each and every one of us. There is no way to break ranks, choose sides, and say, "Those are the consumer, and there are the others." The difference is only that some consumers are more watchful about their position in the marketplace. They know that their dollars are sought, not only by the honest business- man, but by operators who of- fer sales and services which they do not, or cannot deliver. That is the reason I picked, "The Consumer Alert," as the title for this column. It is my firm belief that eve- ry consumer — whether he or she Is a service station attend- ant, or a secretary, or chair- man of the board of a bank — can be an "alert" consumer if he receives adequate informa- tion about his legal r...

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

*w(get7kltthSh>P ssz HUNTS CATSUP Ijm 14 OZ. BOTTLE 4Jr HUNTS TOMATO SAUCE >„ i $kp/fae/A $400 WM®' FOR CO KOUNTY KIST WHOLE KERNEL CORN 12 OZ. VACUUM PACK gr....rfl 1 V ****** HUNTS HALVES OR SLICES PEACHES 2 l/I CAN *fc> 46 01 fO& $ $ KIhs'S J r o**s ^ ■JOO <\o i *0- M"1 \ REG. l-7« A NOV OMLt •&> ot- fO oO$ A HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL NO. 300 CAN 4 $100 FOR |« ^r-i 5^ Head& Shoulders. TJ & fiV Q1- 2i«~ O* £0* & . V^' ei' \\v s*c' q1' Ot n\o% \* dl' r \& M 1L m f\- 0^ • \V a* ss OS- HUNTS (NEW WHOLE) POTATOES 3°° A $100 CAN Q FOR 1* RAGU SPAGHETTI SAUCE 01* vHV q\V oS^ kw*s C>VA S°_ . je^ VY lUV* \>e V*> iVCV. w\cC 21** . HI** L^> V* •^0 V* CAMPBELLS VEGETABLE SOUP fS°v ,v^ cW« *v ^UDWEISER BEER 0* Mi WESSON * "-z ' WPHASf Vegetable ,Qt

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

'Ui'MLlJLH beer S^Of 0R-C6LD WESSON OIL 02. BOTTLE m TOWELS m 12 Oz. Pkg. 75V 1 Lb. Pkg. 69< FULL DRESS rolerr T0l (gee) rump roast pr:br:f lb. $1.19 roast Pr0te" Beef Doneless t-'nglish <| u pork chopsf""- !'a.ck: .,$1.09 chuck steakr: 89< ground meat 79( tripas u,. 59C fryer parts l,.58< calf liver 89c lamb ribs n.38< bacon DECKER'S m 4£& bacon .*??'. i."s!l?r V pizzas $119 sausage ,!r:" . : 79c sheep heads . . Each 69< i^lis, Wings, Breast 12 02. PKG. GOLDEN JERSEY MELLORINE 1/2 GALLON PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK AT ALL 5 STORES l^m filter pMtiilUlOJBBes CHARHIN 4 ROLL PACk 3, tissue H 39< vi/ coupon Limit 1 per Family Good Only At V'al-U- Mart Thru 3-28-73 8FTTY CROCKfR Mart MJiAJLiaaes fcaBerpriJTTiBeBr* CASHMERE BOUQUET SOAP 4 BARS 19* w/coupon Linit 1 per Family Good Only at Val-U- Mart Thru 3-28-73 iaesaoooossaoaBae NESCAFE INSTANT COFFEE 6 02. JAR t CIGARETTES KING SI2E CARTON ^75 WE WELCOME U.S.D A. FOOD STAMPS OPEN SUNDAYS wereservethe right to limit ART...

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

I II I : THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1G President's Clash With Congress Not New WASHINGTON - At least 10 earlier presidents have clashed with Congress over ex- ecutive privilege, a controversy almost as old as the nation— and one in which President Nixon has invited a Supremo Court test. The issue is whether it is the right of a president to deny Congress access to the testimony or papers of execu- tive branch officials. The controversy has reached the courts before, but there never has been a. definitive de- cision. Nixon said it may be the time to get one. Nixon has refused to send his legal counsel, John W. Dean in, to testify before the senate Judiciary Committee, which is considering the nomination of L. Patrick Gray m as FBI di- rector. Nixon has ample precedent for his insistence on executive privilege. The privilege doctrine was in- voked by the first president, George Washington. Others who relied on it were Thomas Jef- ferson, Andrew Jackson, John T...

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