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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

f THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 1073 THE KIQ GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 • — *4 m F IHS > issue inaugurating the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 A Letfer To The Editor We are extremely proud to have been selected as one of the fifty eight Demonstration Schools in the State of Texas. We have an individualized reading program in grades 1-0, with our reading coordinator Mrs. Eloise McWatters in charge. Teachers involved iii this program are Mrs. julieta Montalvo, Miss Esmeralda Hinojosa, Mrs. Ernestina Salinas, Mrs. Otila Garza, and Mrs. Alma Alvarado. We also have an individual- ized mathematics program un- der the direction of Mr. Hilario Alvarado Jr. This program is for grades 3-6. The San Isidro School felt that we needed to install a program that would fit our needs. We felt that it was essential to extablish an individualized program where students could begin their work at their own ability level and continue at their own speed. This is contrary to the traditional le- vel in which a...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

Subcommittee Approval Given Bill To Ease Cattle Restrictions THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 AUSTIN—The Senate Agri- culture .Subcommittee has ap- proved a bill by Rep. Grant Jones of Abilene that would allow Texas counties to be cer- tified as Brucellosis-free, a status that would free many Texas cattle from movement restrictions out of the state. Nearly all of the state has reached the status of "modi- fied-certified" brucellosis- free, and the Jones bill would allow counties to be- gin testing to reach "Cer- tified" status. The only two members of the subcommittee who heard the bill were Jones, its author, and Sen. Bill Patman of Gan- ado, chairman of the subcom- mittee. Jones voted "aye" to return the bill to the full Sen- ate Natural Resources Com- mittee, and Patman—a cat- tleman who said later he has "already seen too much" bru- cellosis testing—voted "pre- sent." Ed McKay of the Texas Farm Bureau told the panel "we are very anxious to reach this co- ve...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 ■> . / « f- i- r ~ - (- > i % i,i \« '■ * y' \ / \" \/ , , * • « */. • - ' * \ _ — / t ^ t «" / I ' • - . *' ^ t 1 "A forger is a fellow who writes things you can't bank on," (Walt Streightiff) a whole new world for you... Va SENIOR 4-H DISTRICT ROUNDUP WINNERS--These members of the Starr-Grande 4- H Club participated in the District 4-H Roundup in Kingsville last weekend. They have qualified to compete at State Roundup at Texas A&M University, June 5-6. They are Raul Hinojosa and Heron Escobar, who presented a team demonstration on "Use of Native Cac- ti in the Home Landscape", Nina Maria Salinas, whose demonstration was entitled "E- cology in Survival", and Mario Guillen, who presented a demonstration on "Improving Pastures by Seeding to Buffel Grass." Drug Fortune Traced To Mexican Rancher ~ijshs£ araway places? That's our specialty ... we arrange custom tours and safaris at no extra cost. Check with us. YUMA, Ariz....

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

POW From Page 6 THURSDAY', APRIL 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 group was generally patterned along Air Force organizational lines but John leaned over backwards to insure influential staff input from naval officers. Meanwhile, in January 1971, vie had started phasing in a vo- luntary program which we called the letter moratorium (MTJ. The MT consisted of our writing some simple truths in our letters home, such as "I need warmer clothes," or "I've had no letter for six months," or '1 think the prison author- ities are taking some things from the packages you send me." The V would not accept these letters for transmission home and eventually a very high per- centage of us were thus unable to send letters home. We never refused our privi- lege to write home under the Geneva Convention, but we knew the letters were un- acceptable to the V and hoped that the MT would arouse pub- lic awareness at home of the I&ct that all was not yet peaches and cream at the Hanoi Hilton. The...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

-* ; I lr •r * *) " « 5 * u i J THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — Con- sociations, criminal justice agencies, and employees of those agencies. 1 believe LEAA also has the overwhelming sup- port of our citizens in general, and I hope the program will be continued. * • * * CHERRY BLOSSOM FESTI- VAL — The blossoms, havine arrived in Washington early, may be gone, but the National Cherry Blossom Festival mar- ches on from April 7 through April 14. It will open with the largest annual parade in the Nation's Capital, with more than 50 high school bands from ac- ross the Nation, dozens of spe- cial marching units, equestrian many teams and clowns, and gaily decorated floats. It s sure to be a gala event. Our own Cherry Blossom Prin- cess, Miss Penelope Bulling- ton Tower, daughter of Senator and Mrs. John G. Tower, will be right in there with the other Princesses, and if the Wheel of See KIKA, Page 22 tinuing to meet its resp...

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1973 THE In The Service Airman David Garcia , son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Garcia of Santa Elena, has been as- signed to Lowry AFB, Colo., after completing Air Force ba- sic training. During his six weeks at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB Tex., he studied the Air Force mission, organ- ization and customs and re- ceived special instuction in hu- man relations. The airman has been as- signed to the Technical Train- ing Center at Lowry for spe- RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 KIKA "'om Page 21 Fortune spins the right way she might become Queen of the Festival m • • SOUTH TEXAS BROADCAS- cialized training in the supply field. Airman Garcia, a 1972 grad- uate of San Isidro High School, attended Laredo (Tex.) Junior College. LEGAL NOTICE 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" h o m a Independent SCHOOL DISTRICT, P.O. BOX...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 April 1973

Thursday! april 12.1973 the rio grande herald page 24 500 boys coming to Rio Grande City IX you see some 500 boys coming into town this weekend don't head for the police sta- tion...they're part of a three day camporee being held here in Rio Grande City this week. The camporee under thedir- np* g• rri lips Given lo Save Tire \\ ear WASHINGTON—Tires give signals about the way they are wearing. And recognizing those signals can mean added life to the tires, according to the Na- tional Highway Traffic Safety Administration. Thousands of tires are junked every year because people don't know the signals, the NHTSA says. The best way tohaltneeaiess wear is to maintain the proper tire pressure. Recommended tire pressures for both front and rear tires are listed in the owner's manual or in the car on the door post, the dash- board or in the glove compart- ment. Using these pressures gets the maximum mileage out of the tires. Check the pressure at least once a mouth in all five tires (the sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

I. I r - RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 5 Thursday, April 19, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

town wi th tissa peterson THURSDAY. APRIL 19. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD RIO GRANDE CITY PAGE 2 Lovely are the lily blossoms, Sweet the music of the choir; Sa- cred are the Holy Scriptures And the thoughts that they inspire. Hopeful is the Easter message, Precious is the faith we share; May these blessings make you happy, At this time of praise and prayer. * * * * * With Spring comes Easter, the most beautiful season of all the year. Spring and Easter bring new life to the world and new hope to the hearts of the people. They mark a time of hope and rejoicing. Easter is the symbol of man's highest hopes, the promise of life after death. This hope is fulfilled in the resurrection of Jesus from the dead, which is the basis of the true meaning of Easter. ***** Mary Elizabeth Edgerton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Edgerton of Rio Grande City, has been chosen to be a Junior Fellow of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences. Jibby is a student at the Uni- versity of Texas at Austin. The Ju...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD RIO GRANDE CITY PAGE 3 ! \ I. - * r ; on front page READY FOR EASTER-— Little Lino Canales III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lino Canales Jr., and beautiful Miss Laura Lee Dreu- niont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnny R. Dreumont are just two of the many children that will celebrate Easter Sunday af- ter a morning of church and then head for the parks and the other recreation areas to hunt for the traditional 'egg hunt'. Lino ni will celebrate his third birthday on June 23 and Laura Lee is 18 months old. Laura will join her two sisters and one brother in celebrating Easter Sunday. Lino III will join his mom and dad for the traditional family reunion at happy grand-pap- py's home. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Don Pedrito honored Pedro Diaz Sr., founder of the county's oldest newspaper The Rio Grande Herald, busi- nessman and civic leader was feted with a surprise birthday party Saturday with a noon lun- cheon. He celebrated his 85th birthday. Don ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

Word to the Wise Consumer "Beyond any doubt, the great- est engine ever invented for the discovery of truth." John Henry Wigmore, famed legal authority, was not talking about such modern devices as the lie detector or truth serum. He was talking about the ancient art of cross-examination—that is, the use of careful, patient question- ing to get at the facts. You as a consumer can put this "engine" to good use every time you go shopping. Asking the right questions about a product can do wonders toward helping you get your money's worth. But one vital distinction should always be kept in mind—the dis- tinction between questions of fact and questions of opinion. This distinction is a key to your legal rights as a consumer. Suppose you ask, "How much weight will this water bed sup- port?" This is a question of fact. The seller is legally bound to give you accurate information. But suppose you ask, "What do you think of these water beds?" That is a mere question of opin- ion. The seller ...

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

"J; .X-. J .j "J : *J - j- '•-J J. ' t; THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973 RIO GRANDE CITY PAGE 5 CAP gets funding 'till Aug. Governor Dolph Briscoe to- day announced his approval of a community action grant of $140,200 in new federal funds to Community Action Council of South Texas in Rio Grande City. The grant is funded under Ti- tle n of the Economic Oppor- tunity Act. Two of the program accounts funded under the grant are Sec- tion 221 programs and are fund- ed for an eight-month phase out period from Jan . 1, 1973, through Aug. 31, 1973. These are Administration, $35,048, and General Community Pro- gramming, $79,952. The Ad- ministration funds will be used for the general administrative activities of the agency, in- creasing participation of the poor in the program and a high- er investment of local re- sources. General Community Programming funds will be used for programs In the 10 neighborhood groups, a com- prehensive health program and increasing employment pos-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

Charges filed over meter lock destruction Starr County Water District Manager Javier D. Margo filed early Wednesday morning charges of destruction of pu- blic property against several local residents. Margo who refuse to name the individuals until they had been arrested said that charges of Baptist Easter Services... An Easter Sunrise Service will be sponsored by the Rio Grande City Minister's Asso- ciation, Rev. Eubaldo Ponce president of the association, has announced. The service will begin at 6:00 a.m. Easter Sun- day morning at the High School Football Field. The public is invited to attend. Speaker for the occasion will be Rev. Isidoro Garza, interim pastor of Templo Bautlsta in Rio Grande City. Several musical numbers from the different churches are being planned by Rev. Robert San- doval of Garcias Ranch Baptist Church. The main Easter mes- sage will be in both Spanish and English. Roma CHR hold meeting The Confraternity of the Holy Rosary of Roma held their monthly meeting ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

.1. zi: \ j : j. THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 ROTC chief talks to 7th and 8th students The Junior ROTC Unit at Rio Grande City High Schooi play- ed host to boys and girls of the 7th and 8th grades of the Junior High School and La Grulla Elementary, on Monday. The students were given a short talk by Col. Francis Con- nelly on the subjects taught in the ROTC Program. He stat- ed that leadership is taught and stressed through out the four year program, and that no other course In High School, except ROTC, teaches leadership, management, and psychology of humans relations. Col. Connelly stated that boys and girls in the eighth grade of the junior high school who are 14 years of age may also take the first year course while in junior high and this would be taken In place of physical education. Col. Connelly introduced Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Geb- hart to the students. Mr. Geb- hart outlined the program of ac- tivities for 1973-74, and the in- crease In scholastic a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

1 * 1 > 4 u: is SAN ISIDRO PRIDE--San Isidro elementary and junior high schools have come away as District 32-A Literary Meet Champs for the third year ii^a row. The District U.I.L. events were held at Orange Grove on Saturday, April 7, and San Isidro earned 99 points to win over Banquete, Riviera, Orange Grove, and Agua Dulce. Participating in the second and third grade Story-telling competition were Deborah Lynn Tampke and Melissa Castaneda. They were coached by Mrs. Er- nestina Salinas. Third and fourth grade spellers were Gary Rademacher, Elda Ybarra, Laura Guerra, and Abel Garza. Their coach was Hilario Alvarado Jr. Picture Memory contestants from the fourth and fifth grades were Ileana Lau- rel, Elda Ybarra, Julio Soto, Norma Linda Vega, Becky Lopez, Melissa Saena, and Melinda Saenz. Mrs. Otila Garza was the coach. Spellers from the fifth, sixth, seventh, and eighth grades are Terry Mendez, Myrtha Laurel, Anna Maria Garza, Noel Garza, and Yvonne Rodriguez, coached by Mrs. A...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

4. zi ;• i 0 * m r t > * PAGE 9 m ti IT YOUR MRBY... < THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD : - - t V W/M DOUDLE KNIT SPORT COATS FOR MEN WHILE 300 PAIR LAST! LADIES DRESS SHOES REG. 8.99 VALUES WE HAVE ALL SIZES BUT NOT ALL SIZES IN EVERY STYLE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FLARE PANTS FOR BOYS FROM THE FAMOUS MANUFACTUROR FROM CALIFORNIA- IN NO IRON FINISH BEAUTIFUL STRIPE PATTERN Sport Cont from C. R. Anthony will complete the look you want ^for spring or summer. Solids, plaids and deep tones. Sizes 36 to 48. 100% polyester BUY ANY ONE PaiR ur DOUBLE KNIT PANTS IN THE STORE...WITH PURCHASE OF SPORT COAT CRINKLE PATENT SLIP-ONS Men, here is a crinkle patent with class. Rugged bridle bit orna ment in Black or White. Sizes 6 1/2 to 11 values to 19.99 COOL KNIT SHIRTS FOR BOYS Boys' 100% Polyester jacquard knit short sleeve shirts are perfect spring & summer buys for active boys. Long pointed collars, tapered waist, hemmed sleeves. Light Blue, Tan, Navy or Gold. Siz...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 April 1973

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