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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

-X- a. Local news shorts Congratulations are in store for H.P. Guerra III of Rio Gran- de City. H.P. or Lachito, as he is known to most, was named to the Texas Finance Commis- sion last year. At the commis- sions' meeting held earlier this month Lachito was named chair- man of the commission. He has alsobeennamedpres- ident of the Groos National Bank in San Antonio. While we're on the subject of congratulations, Robert (Bob) Richmond was named chairman of the board of the Groos Na- tional Bank in actions by that bank's directors. * ♦ * Speaking of banking . . . the request for a charter for a new state bank in "io Grande City has been rejected. Although the commission did not release a reason it was ob- vious that the new charter group did not show a need. Tax Assessor-Collector Cris Munoz tells us that the 1972 license plates expire at mid- night April 1st. Munoz also said that his office would be open Saturday March 31st for those that have waited till the last minute to purchase ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

V It Has Been a Taxing Time Through History THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE.' RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 CHICAGO - If you think April 15 is a taxing time for you. con- sider the ancient Egyptian He had to pay up whether he made it or not in 2.000 B.C. there was a fixed harvest tax in Egypt, and it didn't matter if the year was good or bad for crops. Poll taxes and property taxes also go back to the dawn of history, report The World Book Encyclopedia researchers, and taxes on inheritances and sales go back to the days of the Ro- man Empire. A sales tax in that day. though, was probably on a slave Some of the most unusual forms of taxation found in the study were levied in England during the 1600s when, in addi- tion to a historic land tax there were excise taxes on houses, hackney coaches, haw kers, bur- ials. births, marriages and bachelors, and stamp duties and a window tax some of which are still in fort e today But the income tax. as we know it. is a fairly modern phe- nomenon This t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 The last three weeks have begun to prove what Dr. M.E. "Cotton" Meadows has sus- pected for some time—1973 should be an excellent screw- worm year in Texas. The director of the South- west Screwworm Eradication Project revealed Friday that it had been three weeks since a positive screwworm identifi- cation had been made at the lab here. Actually, he admitted, that's only partly true but there were mitigating circumstances surrounding a positive sample received earlier this month. The "credit" must go to the post office department. The sample was collected and mailed last July by a tick in- Screwworm Outlook Encouraging spector in Starr County. "He assured ine he hadn't been car- rying it around in his truck either," Meadows added. Thus, no screwworms col- lected this year have been seen here since Feb. 23. Texas has had 54 cases so far in 1973. Eight were received last month making it the worst February since 19G9. Then why is M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 BRASS SEXTET—These students earned a Division II rating with their brass sextet in competition at Donna last Saturday. They are CarJos Ramirez, cornet; Pedro Vllla- rreal, cornet; Romer Molina, baritone; Oscar Barrera, bass j Alicia Olivarez, french horn; and Bias Pena, trombone. 4 / w SUPERIOR RATINGS--These four Rio Grande City High School band students brought home superior ratings from the Solo and Ensembles Contest held last Saturday in Donna. They are Arturo Montemayor, cornet solo; Annabelle Guerra, clarinet solo; Jane Mun- sell, bass clarinet solo; and Hector Corona, bass solo. The band will be participating in a band concert contest in Edinburg on April 10 at Pan American University Auditorium where they will be judged on concert sight reading. Band Students compete at Donna Rio Grande City High School Band students earned four Su- perior ratings and many other honors at the Solo and Ensem- bles Contest held last Safcir...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 f. I * I I m • 'U . i Miss Olivarez becomes bride of Roel Solis.. Miss Thelma L. Olivarezbe- came the bride of Roel Solis in a double ring ceremony Feb- ruary 24 at the Immaculate Con- ception Church in Rio Grande City. The Reverend Daniel Mc- Kenna performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Olivar- ez of Rio Grande City, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Solis ofGrulla. The altar was decorated with two large arrangements of white and yellow flowers entwined with green foliage. A trio of white candles, symbolizing the merging of two lives into one, was on the side of the altar. The flanking and kneeling ben- ches were covered with em- broidered pillows. The wedding music was played by Mrs. Dorothy Mun- sell. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white Al- askine gown designed with a long fitted bodice embroidered with crystal beads. The simple A- line skirt ended in ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

SUIT from page 1 applied for a presidential par- don. In an answer filed by Manges' attorney, William Church Jr. of San Antonio, on Feb. 8, it was alleged the defendants failed to show the judge "will have a personal interest or direct pecuniary interest in the or- ders, decrees and judgments which will be entered in this case." Because it is lacking the "indispensable element," the motion is legally insufficient and should be dismissed, the Manges lawyer said. The motion for disqualifica- tion will be argued by Garland Smith of Weslaco, attorney for M.A. and Ruben Guerra. In a petition filed recently, the Weslaco lawyer said the defendants are entitled to a fair trial before an impartial judge in Starr County — that reversal on appeal "is not a fair sub- stitute." The case, according to the M. A. and Ruben Guerra petition, involves a situation where one of the litigants, during pendency of the suit, made valuable gifts to the judge and to other of- ficers of the court. The gifts, t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 I !• - - • r U Of South Texas Bill Withdrawn State Rep. Henry Sanchez, of Brownsville, is withdrawing from the House of Representatives his bill to create a Univer- sity of South Texas system of higher education. Rep. Sanchez advised the main proponents of the proposed South Texas University system by means of a newsletter this week that after due consideration and lengthy conferences he was withdrawing his bill from further consideration. The original bill had been introduced into the Texas Senate by Sen. Raul Longoria, of Edlnburg and Sens. Mike McKinnon of Corpus Christl and John Traeger of Seguin. The senate version of the bill is currently in subcommittee. The bill proposed the merger of Pan American University in Edinburg, Texas A&I In Kingsville and A&I's branches in Laredo, Weslaco and Corpus Christi. It also proposed bringing in a campus at Brownsville. "A similar bill introduced into the senate," Sanchez said, ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Cojinally Reported Still Uncertain About Switching To Republican Party NEW YORK - John B. Connally mas on the brink of switching to the Republican party last week but stopped short due to the growing furor over possible White Home in- volvement in the Wattvfaite break-In,, sources said today. The former Texas governor reportedly is still uncertain as to whether he wants to run for President in 1976 but apparent- ly has no doubts remaining about his inclination to forsake his life-long allegiance to the Democratic party. Sources said he was primed to make the switch last week or, at the latest, this week, but was stymied by the uncer- tainties arising from the Re- publican-subsidized raid of Democratic party headquarters in the Watergate office building in Washington. "Obviously, this wasn't any time to be joining the Republi- can party," the source told a reporter. Connally was the only Demo- crat in Nixon's cabinet in Nix- on's...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 23.5 Million Expected To Have Cable Tv By 1980 WASHINGTON - One year into the era of what was billed as communications revo- lution, the average American > * has yet to see the impact of (able television. There has been frenzied ac- tivity within the industry since the six-year government freeze on new cable TV systems was lifted last April 1. About 800 ap- plications for new cable TV systems have been filed with the Federal Communications Commission, with 206 approved. But the big battles are within communities for franchises, with as many as 10 to 20 groups contesting for some. And most disturbing to industry leaders is a growing move by local offi- cials seeking to operate their own cable systems rather than franchise them to private firms. Most of the new systems ap- proved are still under construc- tion, so the number of sub- scribers to cable TV increased only from six million to seven million, according to the Na- tion...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Toddlers' Eyesight Can Be Checked NEW YORK How well does your baby see? Eye specialists can now examine a toddler's vision even before he can talk. Dr. Alden N. Haffner, consul- tant to the Society for Visual Care, recommends that babies' eyes should be tested no later than age 3. "In fact, children between 1 and 3 respond more rapidly to corrective therapy than older children, he said "We often see patients as young as six months at the Infants' Vision Clinic, a recently established department of the Optometric Center of New York. " The examinations indicate whether treatment should be prescribed. In a majority of cases, proper eye exercise or therapeutic len- ses may solve most existing problems, Dr Haffner said Eye specialists agree that millions of American children are poor learners because of poor visual abilities and that many of the disabilities go un- detected for years. The time to treat inadequate vision is be- fore t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

Off to Britain? THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 Better Brush up on Your English j. U i* * fr r r NEW YORK Americans who visit foreign countries often hire an English-speaking guide. When they visit England they might do well to hire an American- speaking guide Failing that, they could re- sort to a new book by Norman W Schur, "British Self-Taught: With Comments in American." It's a dictionary that bridges the communication gap be- tween those who speak Ameri- can and those who speak Brit- ish An American in England can be bewildered to learn that you can go by motor coach, by tram or by underground to a shop, where you take a lift to an upper storey and buy a reel of cotton, some nappies and a pram. Unless you have enough notes in your notecase to give the shop assistant, you'll have to use hire-purchase With the help of Schur's glossary it's easy enough to fig- ure out that what you can do is go by bus, by streetcar or by subway to a store, where you take an ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

X-HURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 Firmness and Love Keys to Training of Dogs Take one dog — any kind. Add equal amounts of firm- ness. fairness and fun Season generously with love and praise. That's the recipe for quick training of dogs offered by Bar- bara Woodhouse. who has per- sonally trained over 14.000 of them and whose books on the subject have been guides for the education of countless others Three of the British woman's books on animals, including "Dog Training My Way." have just been published for the first time in this country " There are a great many par- allels between raising dogs and raising children.'' she said on a recent visit to New York. "It's no good to say don't' one day and allow the same thing the next. Happier children and hap- pier dogs come with consistent and understanding parents and owners." Dog owners often need more training than do their pets. Mrs. Woodhouse maintains, and she accepts dogs for her seven-hour weekend companionshi...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 March 1973

THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Congressional Bill Would Affect 20 Million Acres WASHINGTON — Millions of acres of Lower RioGrande Val- ley land would Le ceded back to descendants of the original Mexican settlers under a bill introduced in the House by Rep. Augustus Hawkins (D. Calif.). The Community Land Grant Act of 1973 calls upon the gov- ernment to fulfill community land grant obligations to Mex- ican-Americans undertaken in the 1848 Treaty of Guadalupe- Hidalgo, which ended the Mex- ican-American War. According to Hawkins, the grants involve more than 100 million acres of land from Texas to California, including large areas of New Mexico, Arizona, and Colorado. An aide to Rep. Hawkins estimated land in Southern Texas, including parts of Starr, Cameron, Hi- dalgo, Zapata, Brooks, and Jim Hogg counties, would account for nearly 20 million acres val- Brando Refuses Best Actor Oscar HOLLYWOOD - Mar- lon Brando has turned down the Academy Award for best actor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

RIOGRANDE RAT Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 13 Thursday, April 5, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas I Castillo gunned Starr County SheriO Rey- mundo Alvarez and his top aid Deputy Sheriff JesusSolis were up most of the night and worked all day Tuesday and Wednes- day trying to hang on to a lead in the shot-gun killing of Gui- llerino Castillo 49, of Saline- no. Castillo was killed early Monday evening as he drove his pickup home froin a visit with Ills son. He was dead on arri- val at Ramirez Memorial Hos- pital. Castillo had been visiting with his son in Salineno and was driving home by way of the Salineno Plaza when three shot-gun blasts were fired at him at what appeared to be close range. Sheriff Alvarez was unable to pin-point the tery. range due to the scattering of the blasts. According to authorities Castillo was rushed to Rami- rez Hospital but died upon ar- rival. Burial for Castillo was held Wednesday evening through...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 ar°nnd town r§ w i ih ix'lcrson.. "Perfect!" This is a word we often use, and "perfection" is a standard we seek to attain in many ways. You've heard it said —That's a perfect rose—when actually there can never be an im- perfect rose, this flower is such a beautiful creation in itself. Also, a teacher gives 100 per cent to a "perfect" paper, but a student of lesser ability who hands in a paper showing his very best effort lias also done "perfect" work. For perfection is found in the quest for and a belief in beauty, as well as in its achieve- ment. The South Texas Artmobile seen here last week by many people in Starr County is what sparked my thinking about perfection. This year's outstanding display featured "American Primitive Paint- ings." During the tour, the curator explained that these Elarly American painters were not actually primitive, but naive. They painted tilings as they wanted them to appear, rather than sticking fir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

> - 4- t. RIO GRANDE CONSOLIDATED INDERPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT SCHOOL TRUSTED ELECTION APRIL 7, 1973 WE BELIEVE THAT APRIL 7, 1973 WILL BE A DAY OF DE- CISION IN THE FUTURE OF OUR CHILDREN AND OF OUR SCHOOL. YOUR VOTING WILL DECIDE IF THERE WILL BE A CHANGE TO A PROGRESSIVE SCHOOL BOARD WHOSE DECISIONS WILL BE MADE IN THE OPEN OR WHETHER THE PARTISAN "ONE-MAN-GANG" TYPE OF LEADERSHIP IS TO CONTINUE. WE BELIEVE IN THE VOTERS OF OUR DISTRICT AND INVITE YOU TO VOTE FOR US ON ELECTION DAY AND JOIN WITH US IN DIRECTING THE FUTURE OF OUR SCHOOLS. THURSDAY, APRIL PR OG£ ^Vty OVIDIO PENA, CANDIDATE, Place 1 DR. ROBERT S. MARGO CHARLES CANDIDATE, Place 2 Candid LA GRANGE ate, Place 3 WE WOULD LIKE TO MAKE THESE OBSERVATIONS: TO THE VOTERS: TO THE PARENTS: THE CITIZENS PROGRESSIVE CLlB (NEW PARTY - PARTIIX) NUEVO) TO THE TEACHERS: N o. No. SAMPLE BALLOT Vote for the candidates of your choice by placing an '• X " in the squares beside the names of the candidates of your choice. Rio Grande C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

NEW SEWAGE SYSTEM—Survey work was being done on East Hidalgo Street as part of the new sewage disposal system that will greatly benefit the entire community. The 1. 18G million dollar project is part of a massive improvements project currently underway by the Starr County Water and Improvement District. Pictured above are Javier L). Mar- go, general manager for the SCWID, Sid Moore of B.L. Nelsi i and Associates ajid Marce- lo Carrera of the engineering firm as they read plans and survey the area. When comple- ted the system will serve 800 families already on the system plus GOO new ones. The im- proved system will also provide for future residential as well as industrial growth and will provide for the 40 million gallons of water that are used by La Casita, Starr Produce Inc., Polar-\ ac and the Rio Grande City School district and any future big water users. Not pictured is Joe Gallegos of B.L. Nelson and Associates who is the consulting engin- eer, (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) THU...

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