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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

I Jkr ( t A-. -1- i £ * I - T a r Honor Roll AUSTIN, — More than 160 University of Texas students were named to the College of Pharmacy honor roll at the end of the fall semester. Students qualifying for the honor roll accumulated a total of at least 36 grade points (B average) for the semester.Total grade points are calculated by multiplying the number of semester hours undertaken by the value of each grade (A equals 4 points..) Thirteen students led the honor roll with all-A" re- cords during the fall semester, Acting Dean William J. Shef- field reDorts. The honor roll Includes Le- tlcia Marie Volpe of Roma and In the honor division Juan Jorge Saenz of 804 East Water is listed. _________ LOVE RANKS HIGH NEW YORK - More than a half billion Valcrtine's Day cards were bought this year, says Irving Cohen, a lead- ing distributor. He says the "love generation" has been a big influence on sales. Gladiators end season third AUSTIN- Morton helped ex- plain the early fall of the Roma Glaia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

; I • 'I I •K. if Vt m * ROTARY OFFICERS The Rio Grande City Rotary Club elected new officers for the club's new year. They are 1-r seated, Beto Garcia Secretary, Cesar Leal, president, and Eliseo Smith, vice-president, Standing are Andres Canales, treasurer, Rudy Nord- meyer, and F. L. Nierterjohn members of the hoard. Not pictured is Ray Rochester, past-president and member of the lx>ard. The new officers take office in July. Applications For SBA Loan Due March 31 South Texas areas affected by the flood waters of Hurri- cane Fern are reminded by Small Business Administration officials that the deadline for SBA long term disaster loan applications is March 31, 1972. SBA disaster branch manag- er Frank O. Wofford said that persons suffering water dam- age to their homes andbusines- ses from Fern's rains have on- ly a few days left before the end of March to file their ap- plications for assistance. According to Wofford, home owners are eligible to apply for up to $50,000 for stru...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1971 PAGE 10 PAU President Ordered Cases To Grand Jury "I want It emphasized that these cases went before the grand jury on the orders of the president of this university," Dr. Ralph Schilling said at a news conference Friday morn- ing. Schilling is the president of Pan American University and called the press conference for 9 a.m. Friday following the in- dictments of two basketball play- ers Thursday afternoon by a Hi- dalgo County grand jury. Leo Tolin was indicted on one count of rape and one count of assault with intent to rape and his bond was set at $13,500. Reese Stovall, suspended the night before for fighting in the college cafeteria, was indicted on one count of rape and his bond was set at $10,000. Vernon Davis, public informa- tion officer at PAU, opened the press conference and told re- porters that "the two players in- volved have been placed on sus- pension. Their cases will be handed to the disciplinary com- mittee to determi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

mw thank you notes compliments of CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME PAGE 12 thank you The family of Baby Peggy Gonzales wishes to express their sin- cere gratitude for the floral arrangements and expression of sympathy by our friends. Your companionship made our loss a little easier to bear. Sincerely, Family of Gonzales thank you... The family of Baby Miguel Marroquin wishes to express their sin- cere gratitude for the floral arrangements and expression of sympathy by our friends. Your companionship mads our loss a little easier to bear. Sincerely, Family of Marroquin thank you The family of Aurroa Barrera wishes to express their sin- cere gratitude for the floral arrangements and expression of sympathy by our friends. Your companionship made our loss a little easier to bear. Sincerely, Family of Barrera & Trevlno thank you. The family of Vidal P. Lopez wishes to express their sin- cere gratitude for the floral arrangements and expression of sympathy by our friends. Your companionship made...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

- f i ' + • K 'i' Gubernatorial Candidates Busy In Gathering Votes THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 9. 1971 PAGE 13 said his No. 1 priority would be new laws on drug abused. "I am the father of four fine children and I share the nag- ging fear with every Texas par- ent that one day they might be- come the victims of the push- er," he told the Junior Bar As- sociations Fort Worth. 'It is a problem not confined to the country club or the ghetto. It tan touch us all." Campaigners in the Texas governor's race hit the road again today as the shadows from the Abilene trial of two elected officials and one of their aides stretched across the state. Gov. Preston Smith, bidding for re-election, broke stride long enough Tuesday to ward off a comment by the prose- cutor in the bribery conspiracy case at Abilene of House Speak- er G us Mutscher, State Rep. Tommy Shannon of Fort Worth and Mutscher aide Rush McGinty. Secretary of State Bob Bull- ock, a Smith appointee, also went to the gover...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR On this the 7th day of February , 1972 , the Board of Trustees of San Isidro In- dependent School District con- vened in Regular session, open to the public with the following members present, to-wit: Heri- berto Silva Vice-Presiden^Me- lecio Longoria Jr.,AlbertoMon- talvo Jr.j Jaime H. Pena con- stituting a quorum, and among other proceedings had by said Board of Trustees was the fol- lowing: WHEREAS this school dis- trict has less than 500 scholas- tics and is subject to the terms and provisions of Chapter 22, Texas Education Code. WHEREAS on the first Satur- day in April, 1972 , being April 1st, 1972, a trusteo election will be held in said School Dis- trict for the purpose of elec- ting 3 members to the Board of Trustees of said School Dis- trict, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDE- RED BY THE BOARD OF TRUS- TEES OF San Isidro INDEPEN- DENT SCHOOL DISTRICT: That an election be held in said School District on April 1st, 1972, for the pu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 9, 1972, RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 CPL Begins New Look; Firm Emblem Changed Those familiar red-and-white Central Power and Light Com- pany trucks will soon be paint- ed a bright blue, CPL Mana- ger F.L. Niederjohn said today. A new design for service ve- hicles Is part of an overall change in corporate Identity that CPL is beginning this week. The utility company is also changing Its corporate emblem to emphasizetheletters"CPL" and Is taking a new approach in its advertising program. New signs with the letters "CPL" will identify the company's of- fices. Stationery, electric bills and other printed matter will al- THE FAMILY LAWYER, Poisoning Child's Mind "Your father is a mean, nasty man. Stay away from him or he will whip you with a great big strap." Laura, recently divorced, kept- drumming this warning into her five-year-old son. She had been given custody of the child at the time of the divorce, and she meant to tighten her grip on him by any and all means. 1 . A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 11 Thursday March 16, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas K* " Funds approved for Starr Memorial Hospital IV - f • Off Sunday afternoon, Dr. Mario Ramirez announced to the Her- ald that he had just received word from Dr. James E. Peavy, Commissioner of Health for the State of Texas and from Dr. John M. Smith, member of the Texas State Board of Health to the effect that the applica- tion submitted by Starr County for a grant for the construc- tion of a hospital under the Hill Burton Act had been approved. The application calls for the construction of a 50 bed new facility at a projected cost of $1,499,725.00. Prior Hill Bur- ton regulations stipulated that grants could be awarded to qualifying applicants on a max- imum 50-50 matching basis on- ly. This year the State of Texas has received word stating that grants awarded could be in- creased to a maximum total of 90% federal participation under ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

Junior-Senior high school band student take honors THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE 2 High School Band at Solo And Ensemble Contest The Rio Grande City High School Band participated in the annual U.I. L. Solo and Ensemble Contest. The Contest is held annually at the Edinburg High School Cam- pus. Students are judged on a solo or ensemble of their choice and are rated according to tone, technique and interpretation of their presentation. Those Students recieving a I division rating for Solo are Diana Barrera, Evelia Duran, Archie M^ntemayor, David Garcia, Ma. Antonette Lopez Those recieving a n division rating for their Solo Perfor- mance are Maggie Trevinio- Annabelle Guerra- Yolanda Guzman. In the Ensemble section of the Contest the following ra- ting were recieved. (Ensemble are made up of three or more students) 1. Flute Quartet (Marrisa Gon- zales, Celeste Sanchez, Noemi Ramirez, and Araceli Perez) 1 Division 2. Flute Quartet (Sue Anne Ken- motsu, Evelia Duran...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

1 4 i :? i i .1 J THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE 3 V: V- •:, io I -v. ;* SL'&< * * CONTROLS, A -*■ * £ '* Wt c *«c t N H " H H H n H C <$JJ| £ WINNER-- Mary Elizabeth Edgerton poses before her grand-champion science pro- ject with her instructor Romeo Lopez, Miss Edgerton's award winning project was on plastics. Her project was just one of hundreds of items displayed during the Seventh Annual Youth Fair., held here over the weekend. (Herald photo) Redistricting suit will be filed A suit requesting the redis- tricting of Starr County is ex- pected to be filed Lhis week jr the early part of next week. The announcement was made by a spokesman of David Hall, attorney for La Raza Unida P arty. The attorney stated that his office was presently prepare- lng all the legal paperwork to file the suit in Federal Dis- trict Court. A similar suit was recently filed by the Texas Rural Le- gal Aid of Willacy County. The suit is expected to come to trial this week In ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

Foiks & Facts Long Bing, Vietnam Army specialist four Noe O. Olivarez, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matias Olivarez Sr., San Isidro, recently was assigned to the U.S. Army strategic com- munications command, signal support agency, near Long Binh, Vietnam. Spec. Olivarez is a teletype operator with the agency's command communications cen- ter company. He entered the Army in June 1970, completed basic training at Ft. Lewis, Wash., and was last stationed In Germany. The soldier, whose wife, Argentina, lives at 508 W. Fourth Rio Grande City, is a 1968 graduate of San Isidro High School. ♦ * * Mr. Ernest F. Burllson, a for- mer resident of Rio Grande City died in Wichita, Kansas on Mon- day Feb. 21 at the age of 70. see FOLK S page 7 V<" RIO GRANDE HERALD THRUSDAY MARCH 10, 1972 PAGE 4 i.- ClNTRAl POWER AND LIGHT COMPANY ■t X A. t Vf- « .L « - V- Our generation is for you. We generate power with the future of all living things in mind. For example mere than $7,000,000 of the $30,000,00...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH IG, 1972 PAGE 5 V<" • « Jk- }. it % |~ * t 'V,-/ •. V + % I - V J r'> How Competent Is Your Doctor? A doctor who gradinted from mediailschool in 1930 may still practice with the blessing of the lifetime license he obtained then, and tlus tict is troubling more and more doctors and patients who are concerned about whether he keeps devel- oping his skills. The doctor's conscience is his guide as to whether he truly is competent to treat cancer or to undertake hazardous surgery. And the patient looking at the diploma and certificates on a physician's office wall cannot tell whether the physician lias kept abreast of medical prog- ress. Many people interested in medicine, from medical so- cieties to consumer-oriented critics, agree this is a serious problem. The American Medical Asso- ciation, in a recent editorial in its journal, warned that unless the profession's self-regulation programs were made more ef- fective, the government would step...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY^ MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE 6 THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Tons Do you pay your bills on time? Have you always paid your debts in full? How much do you owe right now and to whom? You, of course, knowtheans- wers to these questions. But so do Consumer Reporting A- gencies because they are in the business of collecting this type of information. Every time you apply for credit, employment or Insurance, the potential credi- tor, employer, or Insurer will probably purchase whatever In- formation a Reporting Agency has on you. Therefore, it is important that information these agencies circulate about individual con- sumers be as accurate and up- to-date as possible. Until rece- ntly, It may have been difficult for you as an individual to de- termine the accuracy as well as the nature of the information these Consumer Reporting A- gencies were including in re- ports made about you. However, you now have legal protection to insure y...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

lk- ■i ^ - .N'. Jr. V - t. - j ■- A j * THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Cultural diagnosis of gonorr- hea is now available to local Health Departments through de- velopment and production of a transport medium in the Texas State Department of Health Lab- oratories. 'flirough modification and in- novation on an existing medium, a jelly-like substance, Health Department researchers devel- oped an environment for Neis- seria gonorrhoeae which keeps the fragile gonococcus alive for days. This means that a physi- cian in an out-of-the-way place can collect a specimen and send it to alaboratory for evaluation. In addition to developing the bottled environment for the gon- ococcus, Health Department Laboratories evaluated the me- dium extensively and put it into production at a rate of more than 2,500 bottles per week. Other laboratories, Including Health Department Laborator- ies in Houston and Dallas, are produc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

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