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

Fancy Oblong. Vanity Mirror $2.95 I 59 Value I Furry Covered Bath Scale Soft orion covered in nch accent colom of antique gold,«hite or green. Self- level ing, accurate. pun n Fluff" Rubber Gloves £ Curity Mix-Match Offer 15.69 Value ^0) THURSDAY'. MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 EXTRA VALUE BUYS sewing notions Everything - aawing li machine n**xflaa, pina, pin cuahiun, aafety pina,anai> fHlHMn, hook 'a eyea, |P a nam npper, <roo-oo alack jw It mending patrhra, alaatic, tap. neaaurc. FOR 390 Ea. Values Handy House Gadgets 44 qt. capacity. With twiat tie a. Pk. 26 $1.98 Value Choice of Snap laundry Hooka (6 (, Opener with corti acre , Serving Tonga, Pju Slice*. Spatula, Ptua Cutt*r. Values to 5} choke 69C ea. ™ yard cleanup buys Crystal Cut Glass Ashtray vy 7 ' di $4.98 Value Heavy Duty Trash Can Hugged plaatir u, lo "ithatand abuae. Metal lock-lid handle*. Avocado color. •16 month ma no- fa r-tun-r guarantee j 980 Value Bubble Glass Bud Vases 8" tall fooled flower...

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

THURSDAY", MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON D.C. — Chair- man Bob Poage of the House Committee on Agriculture has asked me, as chairman of the Department Operations Sub- Committee, to hold public hear- ings on a subject that is up- permost in the minds of many of us these days — that is, increases in the cost of living as related to farm products. In two days of oversight hear- ings ("oversight" because my subcommittee lias the respon- sibility of overseeing the oper- ations of the Department of Agriculture), we will try to pin- point the principal causes of recent rises in food costs. We will seek accurate information from spokesmen for the Agri- culture Department, the De- partment of Commerce, and re- lated agencies. Our purpose is to document as accurately as possible the areas in which cost increases have come — and why. We know in South Texas that, con- trary to what some of the Eas- tern pundits are saying, pro- duce...

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

THURSDAY', MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 4 Senator LLOYD BENTSEN Reports I recently introduced legisla- tion that would offer protection to workers who participate in private retirement plans and would encourage broader parti- cipation in such plans. When operating effectively, these private pension systems are an illustration of our free enterprise system at its best, providing benefits to many mil- lions of retired workers. But, unfortunately, not all private retirement plans have performed adequately. Too many retired workers have lost their anticipated pensions. Too many promised benefits have failed to become a reality. The need to reform our pri- vate pension system has been a problem of growing national concern in recent years. I have been contacted by many Texans who tiave told of tragic failures of the private retirement sys- tem and have urged Congress to take appropriate action. I was particularly troubled by the story of one man — the father of five childr...

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 I I A Stagestruck Schoolmarm Doffs Duds, Dons Happiness Five years ago she was Pauline Clark, teacher of English in an Ossining, N.Y.. high school — with a husband, two children and an ulcer. Today she is Raina Barrett, actress, author and veteran of three years' stardom in the nude stage revue, "Oh! Calcu- tta!" She still has the children, but not the husband and not the ulcer, which disappeared along with her frustration at not pur- suing the acting career she had always hoped for. "Morally I didn't feel any less clean as a human being than I had teaching school," she explains of her stage role which she repeated in a film. "I even felt better because I was being more honest and truthful." The actual decision to appear nude was a difficult one, she admits, not only because she was "terrified" but because she knew people would disapprove and those who loved her would be "mortally wounded." "But 1 knew the day would come when I ...

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

r* • . A • • « * ¥ * « r • r • > - * J * i Pork, Poultry Meat And Eggs Not Permitted Into U.S. From Mexico Mexican workers, social commuters, travelers and oth- ers who come into the United States from Mexico have been reminded that they cannot tiring with them live hogs; fresh or processed pork, even if cooked; live poultry or birds, and raw poultry meat or eggs -- even small amounts as in sandwich License Fees Under Study AUSTIN, Tex. - After one of its most unproductive sessions this year, the Texas House starts early today on a bill boosting hunting and fish- ing license fees. Debate on the measure was interrupted by adjournment Monday without even a prelimi- nary vote. No other bills were taken up in the brief Monday session. The bill would raise resident fishing license fees from $2.15 to $4.25.The resident hunting li- cense fee now is $3.25 but would increase to $5.25 for a general license and $4.25 for a small game license. Non-resi- dent license fees also would rise. Spo...

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

Thursday; march 22,1973 the rio grande herald page 22 Conservation! C>." X4 by SIIVESTRE GONZALEZ District Conservationist s M The services of your local Starr County Soil & Water Con- servation District are yours for the asking. A landowner, organization, or agency simply may request assistance by completing a form available in your district's or Soil Conser- vation Service Office. Landowners who apply for help usually have resource prob- lems such as erosion, poor drainage on fields, sediment damage, a lack of water sup- ply, underdeveloped rangeland, or an improved conservation cropping system. Individuals and organizations in towns and urbanizing areas may be concerned with prob- lems such as erosion and sed- iment pollution from various sources or from new construc- tion sites. They may also want information on soils to deter- mine their suitability for var- ious urban purpose such as housing, recreation, waste dis- posal sites, road construction park development and sch...

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

THURSDAY. MARCH THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 i • I . "v H • J* 4 C Tfi • % * . « ' * * K f [*> 4 • • % * AUSTIN, Tex. — Early sen- ate approval was forecast by Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby for HB 3 to strengthen the open meet- ings law. The bill was cleared by a criminal matters sub-commit- tee of the Jurisprudence Com- mittee last week. The shield bill (HB 10)to pro- tect newsmen from forced dis- closure of information sources was due consideration in the criminal matters sub-commit- tee this week. It will be ex- panded to include definitions contained in a U.S. Senate bill and probably amended to pro- vide for a State Supreme Court mandamus proceeding to com- pel disclosure of information sources under certain cases, according to Senate sponsor, Sen. Chet Brooks of Pasadena. Hearing was delayed until April 10 on HB G to broaden ac- cessibility of information on government records pending a Legislative Budget Board esti- mate on the cost of the act to the state. TAX BILL SEEN — Legisla-...

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

THURSDAY*, MARCH 22, '973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Name To Honor Ramsey I Resignation Of Brooks Approved I ' The Pan American Univer- sity board of regents Wednes- day night approved the naming of the university baseball sta- dium in honor of a Pan Am baseball star electrocuted in an accident there last month. The regents, meeting at the university in their regular monthly session, approved naming the stadium Jody Ram- sey Stadium, in honor of base- ball team co-captain Jody Ram- sey. Ramsey was killed in an ac- cident at the baseball field Feb. 24. He and other team members were working to help clear wa- ter from the field when an ir- rigation pipe Ramsey and team- mate Tommy Simpson were moving came close to a high voltage electric wire. Simpson was hospitalized with burns on his hands and feet as a result of the accident. Board Chairman Morris At- las said he had received peti- tions from the student body and others at the school with about 1,000 signatures requesting the st...

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

THURSDAY. MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 LEGAL NOTICE t ' t. v . w -4 t i\. - 4 • . ■ - . 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...

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

m I Police, Firemen 's J5^"ZZ Gains Senate Approval THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 26 Rare Disease Claims Couple's Third Child AUSTIN, Tex. - Sena- tors, miffed at freshmen and a barrageof "reform" measures, bolted Thursday at a House Ml! limiting conference committee action on appropriations. But it did approve, 19-12, a collective bargaining plan for policemen and firemen and sent it to the House. Both chambers adjourned un- til Monday morning. "It is an approach fraught with dangers...an unre .onabie imposition,'' Sen. A.K. Schwartz, D-Galveston, said of the conference Mil. The bin, part of House Speak- er Price Daniel Jr's "reform" package, would make It illegal for House-Senate conference committees to put their own ad- ditions on appropriations meas- ures previously passed by both chambers. Senate rules prohiMt such ac- tion, as do those in the House, said Schwartz, but joint rules currently do not contain such a provision. Schwartz and several other senat...

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

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

THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 28 Melvin Belli To Address Medical-Surgical Meet MCALLEN -- On Saturday, March 31, a group ei doctors will have as their Invited guest an attorney who has made a specialty of suing doctors. Melvin Belli, who is national- ly known for facing physicians on the courtroom floor, will face them this time from the more xriendly setting of the speaker's stand of the Sixth Medical -Surgical Conference of the Rio Grande Valley. The conference, to be held March 29-31, 1973, Is expected to be the second-largest medical meeting held in Texas this year. Doctors will assemble in this warm, green South Texas city to catch up on the latest devel- opments In medicine, present- ed by nationally-known speak- ers. The conference is a part of the continuing education pro- gram of the American Acad- emy of Family Physicians, pre- sented by its state component, the Texas Academy of Family Physicians. The conference will allow attending physicians to earn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

- i. ■T* " 1 •« f * % * f- . *• RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years Vol. XXXI No- TPA Award Winning Newspaper Thursday, March 29, 1973 Ten Cents Rio Grande City, Texas Lachito named president Manges takes over Groos National Bank South Texas rancher Clinton Manges has finally assumed control of the Groos National Bank, one of Texas' historic fl- nancial institutions. Ernest Groos Jr., who con- firmed he and bank executive vice president Robert H. Seal have resigned, said Tuesday night, "Mr. Manges is in con- trol." "I'll say simply this. We had a meeting Monday in which there was an orderly and ami- cable change of the board of di- rectors," said Groos. He was referring to the re- placement Monday of all but one of the tank's directors. Tho new directors include Jack Skaggs, a Harlingen lawyer who represented Manges in his court fight for control of Groos. The new chairman of the board, according to a tank an- nouncement, is Robert Rich- mond, who was identified here ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

■ THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RI' GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 ¥ ar°md v\v« town with tissa peterson... On Sunday I'll be careful in everything I do, And if you tell me something, I'll wonder if it's true. I'll bear in mind what day it is and try to keep my cool, For it's very, very easy to be an April Fool! * * * * Be on the lookout Sunday for April Foolers, and if April turns out as true to its showers as March has been to its winds, lookout for the weather as well! * * * * April 12 marks the beginning of district play for the Rio Grande City High School baseball team. The Rattlers, coached by Pat Saenz and Roel Maldonado, currently have a 7 win-7 loss record. On Apirl 3 there will be a home game against Laredo St. Jo, and the Rattlers play at home again on April 10 against La Joya. The games are at 4:00 p.m. * * * Mr. and Mrs. R.R. Guerra Jr. of Roma recently returned from a four day trip to Las Vegas. Diana and Buddy were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Willie Guerra of McAllen. They enjoy...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 I *1 -I 1 1 I -1 • * — ■-I" PARENTS! TEACHERS! and TAXPAYERS! YOUR VOTE FOR J.M. (Joe) Martinez, FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEE ' ,V\ ; • Is A Vote For One Who Will , ; , ' ; ,v ■ V. . • -tv . ' . - ' ' , Protect The Interests of All Three n Education Of Our Youth- My Primary Concern (Paid Pol. Adv. by the Candidate) VOTE APRIL 7th FOR PUCE 1 JOHN POPE III PROVEN INDEPENDENT CANDIDATE Select Dedicated Leadership For Your Schools For Your Youth! P0?t - (& a\ / it * ) (Paid Pol. Adv. by the Candidate)

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 4 Girls Get High Marks For Shoeing Horses LOCAL GIRL—Minna von Barnhelm, played by Mariam Davis of Austin (right), finds that her German major has had to pawn a ring she has given him. The reasons for his action puzzles her and her servant, Franziska, played by Johanna Lieber of Rio Grande City (center). At left is the innkeeper, played by Michael Barker of Dallas, who has returned the ring to Minna. The story of "Minna von Barnhelm" is told in the German-language comedy produc- tion, presented by the Department of Germanic Languages of The University of Texas. BULLETIN-BULLETIN-BULLETIN If you are in the market for a good air conditioning unit . . . do yourself a favor and com- pare the different warranties. We are sure that you will find many ... in fact almost all offer you one year on parts and five years on your unit's compressor. That's all just one year on parts and labor . . . that's easy because there is very little chan...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

t I ▼ 4 ... i t DEAR VOTERS: The strength of a nation, a state, a county, a city or a town lies in its future* which is likened to its youth. The future of our youth depends a great deal on their basic education and the stability of our local school system which is direc- ted by the school board of trustees. The entrustment of educational development of the children and youth of our community is a very serious endeavor, which OVIDIO PENA, DR. ROBERTO S. MARGO MR. CHARLES LAGRANGE are prepared to accept. -1 « T OVIDIO PENA Place 1 Kwrnm DR. ROBERT S. MARGO Place 2 CHARLES LAGRANGE Place 3 Your vote on April 7th 1973 for these candidates will be a vote for the better- ment of our youth and for the future of our community, state and nation. VOTE FOR PENA, MARGO and LAGRANGE PLACES 1-2 AND 3 FOR FOR THE RIO GRANDE CITY SCHOOL BOARD OF TRUSTEES APRIL 7th! (Don't forget the new polling place is at the Multi-Purpose Center.) (Paid Political Advertisement by the Candidates)

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

■ ml £ YOLANDA MOLINA AND FRED MARGO — As the maid and nephew of the old aunt, Diana Villarreal, deliver convincing performances in "Two Fools Who Gained a Measure of Wisdom" last Thursday. The play, put on by Rio Crande City High School speech classes, will be presented for District U.I.L. competition this Thursday in Falfurrias. First Starr County History Fair slated A History Fair, first of its kind in Starr County, will be held on Friday, March 30, 1973 throughout the day at the Multi- purpose Center according to R.C. Salinas Jr., program chairman of the Starr County Historical Society. Exhibits wili include research papers, drawings, pictures, papers, an- tiques and etc. dealing with the history of Starr County Texas. "We are planning to convert our multi-purpose center into a living museum that day," Sal- inas said. "Not only are we planning exhibits but we are also going to present "mini" lectures throughout the day in an informal setting," he con- tinued. Classes from Rio Gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

Students, speakers evaluate recent career day conference THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 ers next year should have a career day," says Mary Eli- zabeth Escobar of Ringgold Junior High. Arturo Chapa, speaker on medicine, says. "The members of the Florence J. Scott Study Club are to be commended for their tremendous job under- taken in organizing their con- ference. This is a true civic- minded club." by TISSA PETERSON Regarding the recent Career Conference for Grulla, Rio Grande City, and Roma eighth grade students sponsored by the Florence J. Scott Study Club, one speaker said, "This type of conference Is what all children need in choosing a career. They need to be ex- posed to as many careers as possible. In subsequent years this should be done to keep the students up to date with their previous aspirations." Gary B. Wheeler, border pat- rolman who led the Border Patrol sessions adds, "I be- lieve that these sessions were very helpful to the children in their ...

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