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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

% . ■: ^ si; Conservation Ck* by SILVESTRE GONZALEZ District Conservationist The Soil Conservation Ser- vice holds Conservation Educa- Hon fn hp of hip-hp.sf irriDOrtance. This is because only conserva- tion minded people can and -will commit themselves to intelli- gent use, development, restora- tion, and conservation of our heritage of natural resources. Today school programs often provide the only opportunity for many young citizens to learn how they depend on natural re- sources and how man's use and care of soil, water, and air affect our environment. Much can be learned from textbooks, lectures, and discussions. But in an outdoor classroom, chil- dren can learn directly from the natural environment as well as about it. Each outdoor classroom is an individual project. It must be planned according to size and shape of the area available and to the topography, climate, geo- logical features, geographic location, and special resource problems of that site. An area of a few square ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

Senate Debate Continues On State Spending Bill PAGE 12 AUSTIN, Tex. - Pre- noon delate was expected in the Senate today on a $9.5 bil- lion bill to pay the costs of state government for the next two years. For the first time, it will in- clude more than $316 million in federal funds under President Nixon's revenue-sharing plan. The House, which got a head- start in debate on the 1974-75 spending bill, maintained its slow pace through nearly 200 proposed amendments for the fifth day. The House version to- tals $9.7 billion. Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby says the main difference in the two bills is that "our bill is heavy on education and the House bill is heavy on welfere." Both bills purportedly could be financed without levying ex- tra taxes. The Senate spending bill in- cludes $1.94 billion from the general revenue fund, an in- crease of $299 million over the current two-year fiscal period. This fund usually is used as the yardstick for measuring in- creased state spending. The bill also co...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

- f . y -V I " f -i - C- V * i Kleindienst, Ervin Speak Out On Executive Privilege PAGE 13 WASHINGTON - Exec- utive privilege, once again the subject of considerable dis- cussion in Washington and else- where, is not a new concept. Since the founding of this Re- public, executive privilege— and legislative privilege as well- have been enduring principles in our form of government. In the current discussion, it is important to understand that there has always been tre- mendous cooperation between the two branches in the ex- change of information. Every year, hundreds of ad- ministration officials spend thousands of hours freely testi- fying before committees of the Congress, as President Nixon, has noted. Virtually all congressional re- quests to the executive branch for information are freely com- plied with. There is a vast flow of documents and information from the executive to Congress. Every year, in addition, members of Congress come to the executive branch to express their vie...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

Shake-Up, Clemency Reports Denied By Nixon Spokesmen PAGE 14 WASHINGTON - The White House says President Nixon has made "no decision at all" on whether to fire top-level aides as a result of the Water- gate affeir. Nixon spokesmen deny re- ports that Secretary of State William P. Rogers has been asked to head a post-Watergate shakeup of the White House staff and that the President was in any way involved in a reported offer of executive cle- mency to conspirators already convicted. The chief spokesman for the Nixon re-election drive, DeVan L. Shumway, said he was not told the whole truth at the time he was issuing blanket denials of high-level know ledge of polit- ical-espionage plans. And Sen. Robert Dole, R- Kan., past chairman of the Re- publican National Committee, said that, from his observation of "the players involved," it is entirely conceivable the Water- gate plot could have been hatched without Nixon's knowl- edge. The Washington Post report- ed, meanwhile, that the Nixon...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

PAGE 15 | J {. * •*r " • 9- • V Food Prices Climb For Third Straight Month WASHINGTON (APJ - Food prices climbed to record levels for the third straight month in March, propelling the cost of living to its highest rate of in- crease in 22 years, the govern- ment said today. The Labor Department's Bu- reau of Labor Statistics said the cost of living jumped nine- tenths of one per cent last month, the sharpest increase since February 1951 at the height of the Korean War in- flationary period. Taking into account normal seasonal fluctuations, the March increase was eight- tenths of one Per cent, match- ing last February's jump which was the biggest increase in 22 years. Prices soared for meats and poultry, and supermarket prices jumped 3.2 per cent in March. This is a rate unequal- ed since the bureau be?an com- puting grocery prices in 1952. Seasonally adjusted, grocery prices were up 3.1 per cent, also an all-time high. March prices for meats, poultry and fish were up 6.9 per cent ui...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

PAGE 16 New Chapter In Church History Seen f PRINCETON, N.J. As the world's Christians cele- brate the clinactic event of their feith this Sunday, one of the religion's foremost Ameri- can teachers see signs it is ad- vancing to a new stage of vital- ity and scope. "This is an age in which man is exploring his inner self ar^I the whole spiritual dimension of experience," says the Rev. Dr. James I. McCord, a Presby- terian vi ho is president of Princeton Theological Sim- inary. "As I see it, today is as much an age of faith as any we've ever known.'!! A lthough church institutions are having difficulties and are discounted by some critics as dying relics, Dr. McCord thinks it is only the outward "stalk" that is shriveling, but the "seedbeds" are germinating new life. "Read history, and as every stage closes, the church is seen as ready to be swept away," he said in an interview for Easter Sunday. "But every time, in ev- ery new age, there she is again, fresher, leaner, purer, ready t...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

t - -4 M, : + >* «? *- }• READ and SUBSCRIBE TO THE RIO GRANDE IE ONLY Local Up To The Hour NEWS SOCIAL SPORTS First In The Rio Grande HERALD msmzM ''' SraS ■. ■ msmm. ■> ••• W&ffl-. MAIL and DELIVERED THURSDAY A YEAR ANYWHERE IN STARR COUNTY 50 ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD FOR COVERAGE OF LOCAL INTEREST NEWS STORIES AND LOCAL BARGAINS BY LOCAL MERCHANTS SUBSCRIBE NOW Also The Best Bargains In Town Read Local Sales In The Rio Grande Herald Name _ Ad r ess City Zip ( ) Money Order ( ) Check No Cash. Mail To RIO GRANDE HERALD P.O. BOX 452 Rio Grande City, Tx .Please 78582

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

PAGE 19 I I. Cost Of Living Still Rising: Food Prices At Record Levels NEW YORK ,-Tlie Post of living continued to soar and food prices climbed to record levels for the third straight month in March, it vias retort- ed this [last week The lovernment said the lev- els viere the highest in 22 years. The Labor Department's Bureau of Labor Statistics said the cost of living jumped nine- tenths of one per cent last month, the sharpest increase since 19j1 at the height of the Korean War inflation. The economy moved ahead at a rapid rate of 14.3 per cent during the first quarter of the year, the Commerce Depart- ment announced this past week. Inflation soared at a rate of C Per cent. The Federal Reserve System announced an increase in its discount rate from 5 1/2 to -H3/4 Per cent, effective Monday. An increase in the federal reserve discouiu rate is regarded as a move to tighten credit. Other in'erest rates generally are scaled upward from the dis- count rate. The country's toss national ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 April 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

RIP GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Vol. XXXI No. 18 Thursday, May 3, 1973 Ten Cents Rio Grande City, Texas 7 tell it 5/0 like it RAUL TKEjO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR The Rio Grande City School Board of Trustees meeting in a special session last week did a little more than meets the eye. When the board met and went into executive session for over four hours they apparently shook a few heads and set forth to line up a few others. When the meeting opened the board retired almost im- mediately into executive session and requested the pre- sence of head coach Eliseo Villarreal, coaches Ramiro Villegas, George Gomez and Roel Maldonado. Also appear- ing before the board in the supposedly secret session was Ernesto Vela, AD for the school district. High school principal Ruben Saenz was called in, obviously to discuss his new three year contract and alleged problems with one of his assistants. After the long and grinding executive session, the board a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 & with tissa peterson If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life, for- get your neighbor's faults. Forget all the slander you have ever heard. Forget the temptations. Forget the fault finding, and give a little thought to the cause which provoked it. Forget the peculiari- ties of your friends, and only remember the good points which make you fond of them. Forget all personal quarrels or histories you may have heard, which, if repeated, would seem a thousand times worse than they are. Obliterate everything disagreeable from yesterday; write upon today's clean sheet those things lovely and lovable. * * * * Ida "Bibi" Garza, daughter of Mrs. Carmen S. Garza of Rio Grande City, enjoyed spending her Easter break with her roommate, Thelma Warren, in her hometown of Hereford, Texas. The girls flew to Amarillo and continued their holiday by spending two days in Lubbock and two more days camping at Palo Duro Canyon. Bibi ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 J 1 . * 1 4 -I 1 J «> J 1 1: k UIL CONTESTANTS — These Grulla Jr. High students participated in the District 1GAAA UIL. meet held April 29th in Rio Grande City. Top row: Principal J. M. Longoria Jr.; Rosalie Rumion, ready writing; Maria Reyna, number sense. Bottom row: Vilma Garza, 7th number sense (1st place); Diamantina Bazan, 7th Declamation (1st place); and Lucia Lopez, 8th spelling (1st place). HONOR STUDENTS—J. M. Longoria Jr., principal of Grulla Jr. High, announced the honor students of the 8th grade at a recent assembly. Pictured here are bottom row; Mr. J. M. Longoria Jr., Elisena De Leon, Rosalee Rumion, and Roberto Bazan. Top row: San Juanita Rodriguez, Maria Reyna, Graciela Montalvo, Cynthia Farias, and Lucia Lopez. Not pic- tured are: Dalinda Solis, Robert Vera, Enedelia Zarate, Jorge Trevino, Alma Diaz, and Herminia Pena. The Baccalaureate Mass will be on May 20th at 8:30 a.m. at Our Lady of Peace Church at La Cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HFRALD PAGE 4 MAY 11 WEDDING PLANNED—Mrs. Carmen O.Garza of Rio Gran- de City announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Diane, to Severiano L. Garcia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fidel Garcia of Rio Grande City. A May 11 wedding is planned, to take place at the Immaculate Conception Church at 5:00 p.m. Both the bride-elect and her fiance graduated from Rio Grande City High School. TOWN From Page 2 Mrs. Otto Dannhaus Jr. Larry is stationed at Fort Sam Houston. * * * * First Holy Communions were made last Sunday in Our Lady of Refuge Church in Roma. Dilly Guerra, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Guerra had his grandfather, R. R. Guerra, as his godfather. Lauro Munoz, son of Mrs. Imelda Munoz and the late Alberto Munoz, had David Guerra of Pharr as his godfather. * + * + Mrs. George R. Boyle is in Dallas this week attending the Texas Garden Clubs, Inc., Spring Convention. She left last weekend to visit with her sou, Dill Doyle, andhisfamily. Zac accompanied her ...

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

T [ I -4 - J i { j _ v v J THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 SHERIFF AND DEPUTY--Starr County Sheriff Reymundo (Key) Alvarez anrl Starr Coun- ty Deputy Sheriff J.A. Solis were presented certificates for their recent participation in the second Texas Conference on Jail Administration sponsored by Sam Houston State Un- iversity in HuntsvUle. Dr. George G. Killinger, director of Sam Houston State Univer- sity's Institute of Contemporary Corrections, made the presentation. HEIFFERS FOR SALE EXCELLENT 12-18 MONTH •CHARBRAY ftCHAROLAIS CALL TODAY Homero Gutierrez 487-2878 Ricardo Gutierrez 487-3842 / If we didn't really have anything to offer you... we'd keep quite and let your go on about your business... but we feel that your are really in for a surprise when your see our fine lines of jewelry, cosmetics and our other many fine lines of gifts for mother's day and for graduation... rings, bracelets, wrist-watches, ear- rings...Revlon, Jean Nate... and many, many gifts......

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 THURSDAY. MAY 3, 7973 • ."5 LAW AND ORDER DAY—Tuesday was proclaimed Law and Order Day at Rio Grande City High School by Ruben Saenz, principal. A general assembly was held Tuesday morning in the Multipurpose Center. The presentation of colors was made by the high school R.O.T.C. The students heard a talk by Reynaldo Adame of Brownsville, chief federal probation officer of the Southern District of Texas. Adame told of drug crimes and other violations and their consequences. A question and answer period followed with discussion. The stu- dents and faculty joined in singing the Alma Mater. LEGAL NOTICE 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, May 1G, 1973. A certified check or bid bond equal to five percent (5) of the largest...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 ■ I J. Vi t * m I w ANNOUNCING THE CLOSE-OUT SALE OF ENTIRE STOCK OF FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES AT COST BAND BELOW COST UNITED EXPORT SALES 200 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1973 Pan Am To Appeal Probation By NCAA Pan American University is expected to file an appeal with the National Collegiate Athle- tic Association of their ruling Tuesday which handed Pan Am a two-year probation in bas- ketball. Pan Am officials were noti- fied Tuesday afternoon that the NCAA had met Monday in Kan- sas City and slapped them with the probation, which mainly prohibits the basketball team from participating in post- season play for the next two seasons. Additionally the probation could end the sports careers of five Pan Am athletes be- cause they reportedly took college entrance exams at an improper time. Wenche Garcia, 6-5 basket- ball player from Roma, was one of the five whose athletic car- eer is in jeopardy. Garcia, who came to PanAm along with high school All- American Jesus Guerra, also or Roma, played with the Broncs varsity squad this past season although both he and Guerra were only freshmen. An NCAA ruling does al...

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