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

VOTE SATURDAY-APRIL 7H for xj JOHN POPE III \E\ ARNOLDO F. GONZALEZ THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 You can vote at these elections with your old voters registration These are the candidates supported for our schools. Vote for these can- didates to insure good and better schools for our youth. Express your voice at the ballot box in favor of John A. Pope III and Arnoldo F. Gon- zalez. A good citizen is a voting citizen. Use the ballot Saturday, April 7, 1973 to retain a good Board of Trustees for the Rio Grande City Con- solidated Independent School District. We the undersigned, hereby endorse, support and recommend to all the resident qualified voters of the Rio Grande City Consolidated Independ- ent School District that they vote and campaign for the candidates sup- ported for our schools. Join us and help keep professional politicians out of our school system by voting for John A. Pope III and Arnoldo F. Gonzalez. POLLING PLACES Opened from 8:00 A.M. till 7:0...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGEJ5 ' *•- W> C'- k COED TRACK—The boys' and girls' track team Irorr.Grulla Elementary, grades 5th & 6th, tool: 2nd place in the local UIL track meet held on March 20, 1973. The girls' taar., was coached by Miss Ann Marie Ramirez assisted by Ana Maria Ramirez. The boys' team was coached by Mr. E. Garza assisted by coaches Fidel Garza and Jaime Ramirez. Pictured above, top row from left to right are: Fortino Zarate, David Duarte, Rolando Villarreal, Ronaldo Reyes, and Javier Bermea; 2nd row: Coach E. Garza, Trinidad Pe- na. Raquel Lopez, Lupita Rivera, and Josie Martinez; kneeling are: Adan Zarate, Juani PabloSaenz, Hector Villarreal, RamiroMartinez, and Gerardo Ruelas. others who parti- cipated but not pictured were, Dimas Villarreal, Efrain Diaz, Becky Solis, Thelma Ro- driguez, Josie Ramirez, Yolanda ZamDrano, Nelda Zarate and Melissa Venecia. HEARING From Page 1 checking the tax records, "But I normally would." Hendrlx said h...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

J.: \ THURSDAY, APliJL 0, 1973 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Prison Paper Has Captive Audience IN ALL IN A DAYS WORK—When these happy boys art' not out selling the Ri > Grande Herald they like to get away to their dad's ranch and do a little fishing. Last Thursday after they had distributed their paper route in the Los Saenz-Roma area they took the old rod and reel and bag over 30 pounds of bass at the Gonzalez Ranch. The boys are tleral- do, 7, Rolando •> and Joel -1 all sons of Mr. and Mrs. E, Gonzalez of Los Saenz. Their ranch located in El Sauz is one of the many good fishing areas found in Starr County. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) WHITE PLAINS. N Y Reporters can't get out to cover the news and staff turnover is high but the monthly newspaper Rele- vance" has proved successful in its first year of publication Averaging 15 pages an issue and with a run of about 600 copies, it is produced by the inmates of the Westchester County Penitentiary and Work house near White Plains ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

7* .1 OUTDOOR CLASSROOMS—"The Science Department of the Rio Grande City High School headed by Mr. Julio Saenz is looking for- ward to have an Outdoor Classroom for the High School," says Miss Andrea Gonzalez, biology teacher. "There is so much a- vailable to us here in Rio Grande City Schools in which we can have such a program to help the students understand and work with liv- ing things around us that the cash out lay for the school is minimal," continued Miss Gonzalez. With the help and assistance of resource people from all agencies such as the Soil Conservation Service, Texas Parks and Wildlife, Bureau of Sport Fisheries and Wildlife and many others that are available the Rio Grande City Schools do have a big opportunity to utilize the natural resources avail- able around the school to carry out an outttanding Outdoor Class- room Program, concluded Miss Gonzalez. WOW report... Se celebro la junta reglamen- taria de la arboleda Rosas Del Valle 6052 del Woodmen of the World en el...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

' ^ THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 0 J,. . Little League try-outs set 'Play-Ball', those are the fa- mous words that will come out of the umpires vocal chords when teams from throughout Rio Grande City boys come to- gether for the little league season . . . but first . . . try- outs. Try-outs will be held Satur- day April 7 from 9 a.m. to 12 noon, Wednesday afternoon from 5 p. in. and Saturday, A- pril 14 from G p.m. All boys between the ages of 9 to 12 are able to try-out for one of the teams. There will be six teams in the running for the champion- ship. The sponsors are Rio Motors Inc., First State Bank and Trust Co., Zarsky Lum- ber Company, Valley Inc., Twin Palms Food Center, Lions Club of Rio Grande City, and the Rio Grande City Jaycees. Sponsors for the four Pony Leaguers are Starr PlazaShop- ping Center, Upper Valley Farms, Knights of Columbus and Rio Grande City VFW. Literary events results LUbTKICT U.I.L. WINNERS—Receiving honors at the District U.I.L....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

■1 LW£ THURSDAY, APRIL D, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 Club schedules... APRIL 5-11 LAWS FOR EVERYBODY MASERU, Lesotho The era of the all-powertul trib- al chief has passed in Africa and in some countries they are disciplined like civil servants A Lesotho government bulletin reported that Chief Tumo Ma- jara was recently warned "to mend his ways and ensure that he does not commit an act of misconduct or contravention of the Chieftainship Act for a peri- od of 10 months " STUDENTS COMPETE IN MCALLEN TRACK MEET—- Nineteen students represented Rio Grande City at the Valley Area Special Olympics held last Saturday. Coached by Ar- turo Montemayor Jr., and chaperoned by several parents and teachers, the students are front row, L-R: Judith Marks, Ringgold Intermediate; Diana Lara, Ringgold Intermediate; Norma Quintero, High School; Evelia Rocha, Ringgold Inter- mediate; and Selenia Saenz, Ringgold Junior High; back row, L-R: Jose Luis Rivera, Ring- gold Primary; Ernesto Canal- es, Hi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

1 THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE U LEGAL NOTICE X * • \ > • -1 •. .J* • Roma Independent School Dis- trict hereby gives notice of intent to sell one parcel of 'ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed proposals addressed to " BOARD OF TRUSTEES" ROMA INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT, P.O. BOX 187, ROMA, TEXAS 78584, for the construction of an office and other facilities building; to be received until 7:00 P.M. Wednesday. April 25, 1973. A certified check or bid bond equal to five percent (5) of the largest possible bid and made payable to the Owners most accompany each bid. No bids may be withdrawn for at least thirty (30) days after receipt of bids. The Owners reserves the right to reject in part or whole any and all bids and to waive any formal- ity in connection therewith. Each bidder should submit his own plans and specifications and each will be evaluated by Board of Trustees; Minimum wages will be in ef- fect to meet requirements; Minimum requ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

10A.M. TO I0PJK. CLOSED SATURDAY- SALE STARTS SUNDAY APRIL D, 1973 EASY, EASY CREDIT VINYL RECLINERS CHOICE OF COLORS CLEAN $£3 REG $89.95 CLEAN SWEEP PRICE SWEEP PRICE PHICE THIS IS TRULY r r DOHA! METAL PAT COFFEE Milt CANNISTEK sT DECOD ASH I KITCHEN Sift ' 2 DECOR Pit' CANDY Disi ; SEDVING TS/l" 3 PC.SAUD ! BATHROOM j' DECOD. FRUi]' WE ARE "WINDINd YEAR IN OUR HIST OF LITERALLY 'THCl HAVE BEEN MARKE CLEARANCEl EVERYTHING CLEAN SWEEP SALE! LIVING ROOM SWEEP BEDDING SWEEP DINING ROOM SWEEP w mq. bjm « Slit "Sir ftCQ. I2M.DI $186 7-PC LIVING ROOM GROUP Cutft- \on 4 ah, 2 cMn, 3 fbl««, 2 lamp*. fC. ALL FOAM CONTEMfORARY KT. Date. 2 MmfcnMi chain. OOC SOFA BEDS. A «il«b* only in IM Mton. A taw FRENCH PROVINCIAL 2^C QUILT- ED LIVING ROOM SUITES. 2 PC Sofa Bed Vinyl Suites HeR- $1-29-95 Tufted Qack Choice of Colors $99. Reg. $795. 3Pc High Styled Group Sofa tJOQ 2 Matching Chairs White Finish )48B. Reg. $239.95 7 Pc. living Room Group . . Sofa, Chair, 3 Tables 2 Lamps $166. Reg. $399 9...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

Honor rolls lTf( n\; M [h } IN' hL 1M 0! rr ia ' * \ k- ~ Itt : L; ■A! IRl "1 R J.M. Longoria Jr., principal at GrullaElementary, released the honor roll for the 3rd nine weeks. 7-l"A" Dianiantina Bazan and Vilina Garza 7-1 "A&B" Albert Rumion, Alvaro Ve- necia, Ruth Garcia, Dora Gon- zalez, Adriana Ramirez, Ros- alva Solis, and Rosa Solis 7-2 "B" Ela Solis 8-1 "A" Elisena De Leori, Lucia Lo- pez, Graciela Nlontalvo and Rosalee Runiion 8-1 "A&B" Roberto Bazan, Cynthia Far- ias, Ana Maria Palacios, Ma- ria Reyna, Ana Bella Rodri- guez, Clyde Thatcher, and Di- ana Venecia 8-2 "B" Guadalupe Ramirez Ringgold Inter mediate School also released their honor list this week and on it are; A Honor Roll Amanda Gonzalez A&B Honor Roll C Carlos Garcia, Claudina Ca- nales, Gladys Doyno, Rosa Ma. Guerra, Israel Leal, Teresa Lopez, Shawn Merrick, Jane Nordmeyer, Antonio Olivarez, Teodora Olivarez, Maria Felix Pacheco, Diana Sanchez, Celina Sepulveda, E- vangelina Villarreal, Rosa Ma- ri...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

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

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

I Gypsies Learning New Way of Life THURSDAY, APRIL D, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Famed Parrot Gives Up Drink but Is Still Mean TACOMA. Wash — Now they operate used car lots instead of palmis- try parlors, and many of the adults and children attend school. A legendary Gypsy caravan has rolled to rest in Tacoma Historically, the Gypsies have eluded the census takers by teaching their children false names, and evaded truant of- ficers by their spontaneous mo- bility and their ancestral Romany language. Most are il- literate and see scant need to learn to read or write Hut now. the only Gypsv school in the nation has been started here It is sponsored by the State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation and funded by a $ 155.IKK) three-year grant Phonics, reading spelling and math are taught adult men for two hours two nights a week in a grade school Gypsy men come from as far away as Portland and Seattle to learn The Gypsies are suspicious of the Gadjoe. or outsider mean ing anyon...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

CLOSED SATURDAY- SALE STARTS IWEEP ktlES ,s CHOICE RAYS $ SUNDAT APRIL 8, 1973 'OAJ*. TO 10P.M. & PLANTS EASY, EASY CREDIT UP" THE GREATEST QRY! TAKE ADVAHTAGE USANDS OF ITEMS THAT D FOR IMMEDIATE IS REDUCED! 9 WASHER & DRYER PAIR *347 CORNER SLEEP GROUP MAKES INTO 2 TWIN BEDS REG CLEAN SWEEP PRICE GROUP QF MEDITERRANEAN LIVING ROOM TABLES CLEAN JTO CLEAN SWEEP PRICE REG $429.90 REG.$119.95 $289.93 SWEEP PRICE THIS IS TRULY ! V CLEAN SWEEP SALE! DINETTE SWEEP r 5 PC CHROME DINETT 4 ret. 49.95 $36. 5 Pc. Contemporary Dlnettfis $339.95 5286. Rf Q $79.99 $57 "W" UP TO • J 59.95 $99 95 $43 re*. 189.95 $148. $134" Hlgtily Styled Creations * 7-PC. BRONZE OR CHROME SETS. ^Table, 6 tturdy chain. "rf-PC. LARGE CHROME FAMILY SETS. Design tabic. 8 tturdy chairs. GROUP OF RECTANGULAR 8> *. OVAL 7 PC. DINETTE SETS ^ 5 PC. EMBOSSED DINETTES Available in three colon. ,7 PC CHROME HIGHLIGHTED SET "Vlegant table, 6 qulJted chairs ^PC. SELF EDGED WOODTONES. Choice of 2 colors, extra larva ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

At 12, They Already Sew A Very Fine Seam THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 The tallest girl. Linda, had learned to sew "bv fooling around with material' and she sews to keep herself in stitches — "at this age boys couldn't care less what you wear, she says. But she needs clothes and they can be made cheaper at home. Her multicolor acrylic jumper with matching pants and pink turtleneck blouse cost $23, although she has made lots of garments for less than $7 Economy was a factor too in Virginia's determination to sew. At 4 she was at a toy- sewing machine making doll clothes. And because she spends so much time at the SAN FRANCISCO SYMPHONY WILL TOUR IN RUSSIA SAN FRANCISCO The San Francisco Symphony will tour the Soviet Union in June, under the U.S.-U.S S R Cultural Exchange Agreement. Conducted by Seiji Ozawa, with guest piano soloist Andre Watts, the orchestra will per- form 11 to 12 concerts during the 16-day tour Opening con- cert will be in Leningrad with oth...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 Religion Is Inspiration For Primitive Paintings 4 v v i- 1 NEW ORLEANS Sister Gertrude Mor gan s Prayer Room is a 3-bv-5-foot chamber between a sagging screen door and a tiny, iivb bedroom In it, she paints, prays and preaches And from it painted prayers have gone to the Museum of American Folk Art in New York City, the La.Iolla. Calif , Museum of Art and. in between, on a tour of the country with an American Federation of Art show called Symbols and Im- ages " At 73 Sister Morgan has a spreading reputation as an art- ist whose religious mysticism inspires her brightly colored painting, and whose paintings inspire her preaching On her wall is a "sermon" in red and white She preaches it with a tam- bourine. enthroned in white robes with white shoes resting on a faded silver footstool, belt- ing out the spiritual Twelve Gates to the City" in a husky street-singing voice which sends the important words like power and "hallelujah and...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

CONSUMER i J CONSUMER ADVOCATE SCORES SYNTHETIC SHOES It's fun to be fooled-when playing children's games, but not when buying new shoes. And certainly not when the price may be poor foot health or a bone-bruising fall. That's the message from one of the nation's foremost consumer advocates, Bess Myerson, New York City Com- missioner of Consumer Affairs. In a recent speech to a na- tional organization of Shoe Women Executives, the Com- missioner took the shoe in- dustry to task for irresponsibly introducing synthetic shoe ma- terials without adequate med- ical research. She also hit the industry for keeping the syn- thetic content of the shoes a "secret" through tongue-twist- ing names on poorly placed labels. Citing the experience of the Department of Consumer Affairs of the nation's largest city, Bess Myerson chided the industry for its "failure. . .to establish guidelines for shoes that are in no way detrimental to a wearer's health." The shoe industry "is spending considerable m...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

- -! ' V i 4 j V I- MS Mystery Stymies Science Multiple sclerosis, sometimes called MS, Is truly a myster". No one knows what causes It, or what cures it. No one knows why It strikes soma people and not others, or why It af- fects each of Its victims dif- ferently. MS and related dls- seases affect about 500,000 per- sons In the United States; it is this country's most serious crippling neurological disease. MS Is a disease of the ner- vous system. The protective sheath around the nerve fib- ers Inside the brain and spinal cord breaks down In places, allowing Interferences with the communications among nerve cells and muscle cells. For those who have MS, the outcome can be anything from minor ail- ments to serious disabilities. The damage to the protective sheath, which is made of a sub- stance called myelin, Is unfor- tunately done by the body's own Immune system — the nlte blood cells and the antibodies that are supposed to protect the body from disease. Somehow, their ability to ...

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

READ and SUBSCRIBE TO THE RIO GRANDE Local IJp To The Hour NEWS SOCIAL SPORTS First In The Rio Grande HERALD FOR COVERAGE OF LOCAL INTEREST NEWS STORIES AND LOCAL BARGAINS BY LOCAL MERCHANTS SUBSCRIBE NOW o MAIL and DELIVERED THURSDAY ONLY A YEAR ANYWHERE IN STARR COUNTY ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD Also The Best Bargains In Town Read Local Sales In The Rio Grande Herald F''V Name Adress Mail To ( ) Money Order ( ) Check RIO GRANDE HERALD P.O. BOX 452 Rio Grande City, Tx No Cash... Please 78582

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

r - i-- i * Gourmet Corner THURSDAY, APRIL THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 Americans Consume Over 60 Billion Eggs A Year By TOM HOOK Americans love eggs with such ardor that they devout- more than 60 billion of them a year; a good deal more than any other nation. This mammoth consumption is all the more surprising when you consider that, whereas the average American starts off his day with a couple of eggs, he rarely touches them at other meals, except as ingredients in other dishes or garnish for a salad The egg need not be limited to such mundane dishes as fried over with bacon or scrambled with sausage With proper in- spiration it can reach the heights of culinary elegance Take the omelet The basic ingredients are simplicity it- self, but properly made this dish has brought fame to chefs and made restaurant owners wealthy A plain omelet consists of nothing more than eggs, water, salt and pepper. But just about anything can be folded into an omelet, from caviar to cream cheese; from...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 April 1973

r THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 If the grass always seems greener on the other side of the fence, then now is a good lime to think about reseeding and fertilizing your lawn. The best of the various grass seeds, Merion Bluegrass. has many more seeds per pound than most varieties, so don't waste it. One pound of straight Merion will seed an area of about 750 square feet. Screw worm Invasion Feared In Southwest Mixtures have become pop- ular because their cost Is less. However, when Merion is used predominantly in mix- tures, and maintained well, its strength will ultimately crowd out the other grasses. To prepare a lawn for re- seeding, apply weed killers at least two weeks ahead of planting. Open up compacted areas to a depth of six inches with an aerating tool or ordi- nary spading fork. Keep the lawn mowed as closely as pos- sible until the seed has germi- nated, for seed can't germinate if it doesn't receive light WASHINGTON — A spring invasion of screwworm...

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