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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1973 .V . -i- k -■] -A 4 •T • I < 4 * I Sanchez To Chair Committee State Representative Henry Sanchez of Brownsville has been appointed chairman of the seven-member Standing Sub- committee on Texas-Mexico Relations in the Texas House of Representatives, 63rd Ses- sion. According to the House Rules, the subcommittee has jurisdiction over all matters pertaining to the relationship between the State of Texas and the Republic of Mexico and all matters relating to the Good Neighbor Commission. It is a permanent subcomittee of the Committee on Intergovernmen- tal Affairs, chaired by State Representative Jim Raster of El Paso. Kaster, who made the appointment, said "Henry San- chez is one of the most capable and dedicated members of the House and of the Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs. His expertise in the field of inter- national affairs and coopera- tion, as well as the location of the district he has served so well during his tenu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

1 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 I Carrillo resets hearing on alleged open meetings violations A hearing on a temporary injunction in connection with alleged violations of the open- meetings law by Roma City Mayor J. C. Guerra and the two city commissioners was re- cessed until tomorrow (Friday) at 9 a.m. O. P. Carrillo, district judge /or the 229th District called for additional legal authority from both sides to be submitted by today. The case was filed last week by Mrs. Jacqueline K. Guerra of Roma, managing editor of a weekly newspaper in that city. David Hall of the American Civil Liberties Union is repre- senting the newspaper. Mrs. Guerra asks injunctive relief to keep the Roma mayor and city commission from holding secret meetings, failing to post notice as required by law and to make minutes and other records available to the public. She asked the mayor be en- joined from interfering with City Secretary Aurora Gonza- lez in performance of her duties, al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 \ 1 -I i • ■?' * - i • ¥ • t -I -J: WHO'S WHO — Miss Blanca Rosa Hinojosa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Hinojosa of 305 East 2nd In Rio Grande City, has been named to the 1972-73 edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges by Incarnate Word College. Miss Hinojosa, a senior nursing major, was one of 20 Incarnate Word students named to Who's Who. Elected to membership in Alpha Lambda Delta national honor society for freshmen women, Miss Hinojosa was later elected to the Alpha Chi national honor society. She is a member of the Student Nurses Association and is the senior representative on the Student Council. Miss Hinojosa will graduate from Incarnate Word College in May with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing. Connally A Profile WASHINGTOw - So John Bowden Connally, the most illustrious alumnus of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Democrats, is suddenly a Re- publican. No surprise, that. The journey ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 From Hw desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Modical CMk* Food Is your most urgent daily need. Man's hunger drive is basic to his existence, his survival. Yet the food you are opting, and the food you are not eating, may be a contributing factor to serious health prob- lems now and in the future. By continuing your present eating habits you may actually be con- tributing to your own disease problems, says the Texas State Department of Health. The nation's diet is so "ter- rible" it costs us $30 billion a year in doctor bills and other health care costs, according to a report from a United State Senate Select Committee on Nu- trition and Human Needs. The costs to society of under- nourished mothers and their sickly infants, physically and mentally inferior children, ab- senteeism in the working force and school children, the great loss of life from cardiovascu- lar disease and hypertension, the costs of dental decay, alco- holism and dis...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 HYGEIA WE'RE NUMERO UNO *' I I t - i. V Hygeia Dairy Company was named winner of the coveted Irving B. Weber Award during the presentation at Cincinnati, Ohio. Shown holding the trophy are Noble Kidd (L), vice president in charge of production, James Alexander (C), president of Quality Chekd Dairy Products Association, and Lee Richards (R), president of Hygeia. Pictured in the front row, left to right, are Duey Mann, production manager-Corpus Christi, Robert Noyola, milk plant superintendent-Harlingen, and Jim Alexander, ice cream plant superintendent-Harlingen, holding the 1973 Merit Award for Excellence of Dairy Foods and Ice Cream. HYGEIA HAS BEEN CHOSEN NUMBER ONE Here's Why... What Does Quality Chekd Re:dly Mean"' The Quality Chekd Dairy Products Association, Hins- dale, Illinois, is an international group of 107 in- dependent dairies—of which Hygeia Dairy Company is one--dedicated to extra quality standards exceed- ing those ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1973 PAGE 11 !. • f r i' I Broncs Get Playoff Bid thp Srtirfhujoct rhomninn- x uli * _ r i. Baseball season stayed a- live at Pan American Uni- versity today, after an ag- onizing 10 day-wait while the Broncs finally suc- ceeded in being invited to the Southwest Champion- ship Playoffs. "This was the toughest wait I have ever had, at Pan American," said Coach A1 Ogletree. His Br one's gained the invitation for the fourth straight year, but did it the hard way this time. Pan Am owns the fourth best record among the four major universities invited Senate Passes South Texas University Bill AUSTIN — The Univer- sity of South Texas System got back on the track Tuesday when the senate passed the bill merging four South Texas Univer- sities by 24-7 vote. Sen. Raul Longoria of Edinburg brought the bill up after a lengthy meeting Monday night between South Texas legislators and officials of Pan Amer- ican and Texas A&I Uni- versities agreed on the ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 VAN NEST RECEIVES COMMISSION---James L. Van Nest, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Van Nest of Rio Grande City, received the Commission of Lieutenant at graduation ceremonies on May 4 at Quantico Marine Corps Base, Virginia. Lt. Van Nest graduated from Rio Grande city High School in 1967 and continued his education at Texas A&M University. He joined the Marine Corps in January 1972. Lt. Van Nest is the second Marine Corps officer from Starr County to receive a commission. The first is now Major Humberto Gonzalez from Roma. Lt. Van Nest graduated in a class of 204, placing seventh in the Battalion, 82nd Officers Candidate School. As Homor Man he was pre- sented the Company's bugle and Honor Man Award. He will continue his military career at the Marine Corps Advanced Officers Basic School at Quantico and then will receive his first command. Lt. Van Nest is married to the former Linda Giss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Giss of Edi...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 8 I The Consumer Alert By JOHN L. HILL Texas Attorney General ft ft AUSTIN—One of the most im- portant cogs in our credit- based economy is the well-man- aged credit bureau. In many Texas communities, retail merchants sponsor their own bureau. In some places, they depend upon and cooperate with reputable independent bur- eaus. The function of a credit bur- eau, regardless of who runs it, is to be an objective third party, performing the task of gathering information from business with whom the consumer has traded, and making that information available to other creditors. The credit bureau is import- ant to you, because it literally is the keeper of your financial reputation. An error in credit reporting could result in the loss of a property choice, a purchase bargain--or a job. In the past, there were fre- quent reports of abuses by some unscrupulous or careless keep- ers of credit records. The Con- gress responded to those re- p...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 - \- -I- 1 J T May Is American Bike Month For 85 Million Cyclists What has 170 million wheels, healthier bodies, increased outdoor recreation opportunity, 35,000 miles of special facilities, and a whole month dedicated to its happiness and safety'' America's "army" of 85 million bicyclists, that's' what, and American Bike Month in May is dedicated to all participants in what has been called "the great- est grass roots movement since Populism." America has become a nation of two wheels. Bi- cycle sales in 1972 amount- ed to a record 13.7 million units, with about half of them going to adults. For the first time since before World War I, Americans bought more bicycles than automobiles, and the bi- cycle has become an alter- nate means of economical, short-haul, pollution - free transportation for millions of citizens living in and around our major urban centers. Government, industry and mass citizen action joined together in a loose...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1973 J / / TOP TEN NAMED--The top ten graduating seniors at Rio Grande City High School were named during an assembly on May 1. They are Norman Ramirez. Valedictorian, 96.137, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mario Ramirez; San Juanita Olga Guerra salutatorian, 96.031, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bias Guerra; Donald Gebhart, 94.964, son of Reverend and Mrs. James L. Gebhart; Edna Mae Escobar, 94.551, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Catarino Escobar; and Ana Maria Guerrero, 92.965, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul R. Guerrero. Seated on the front row are Luisa Garcia, 90.730, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernardo Garcia; Rosalinda Rodriguez, 90.714, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Rodriguez; Maria Estella Ruelas, 90.642, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miguel Ruelas; Maria de la Luz Davila, 90.346, daughter of Mrs. Antonia Sanchez, and Minerva Carrera, 89.620, Mr. and Mrs. Eladio Carrera. Agents Capture Suspect TUCSON, Ariz. - An Agua Prieta, Mexico, night club owner who h...

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

THE RIO GR^DE^iKR^LI^PAGE 19 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 " I ' * THE FAMILY LAWYER. Robbed At Work Hired ;is floor manager in n de- partment store, Phyllis asked where she should leave her new fur coat during working hours. Since there were no more lockers available, she was told to leave the coat in a corridor closet. A few days later, the coat was stolen from the closct. The store denied any responsibility for the loss, but Phyllis unconvinced look the matter to court. At the hearing, the company said it had never guaranteed its employees against theft. But it seems the closet had neither lock nor guard. Finding a lack of rea- sonable care, the court said the company would have lo make good the loss. It is common for employees to deposit clothing and other per- sonal belongings in company fa- cilities while at work. As a rule, the company must provide reasonable safekeeping if as in Phyllis' case the em- ployee has been instructed to put the article in a particular place. 1 his creates...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1973 RGC ROTC honors outstanding cadets... *\ -****• •" - AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS The American Legion Post 382, represented by Miguel Cavazos, presented the American Legion Medal for Scholastic Excellence to Cadet Corporal Basilio Villarreal who has a combined Military Science and Academic average of 93.3; and the Military Excellence Medal to Cadet Major Ruben Cruz. A TJ SUPERIOR CADFT MEDAL RECIPIENTS—Cadet I.t. Col. Kevin Connelly, fourth year cadet; Cadet Major Encarnacion Garcia, third year cadet; and Cadet Lt. Lazaro Rodri- guez, second year cadet, were presented the Superior Cadet Medal for outstanding leader- ship, participation in ROTC activities, ami outstanding military excellence, at special ceremonies on May 3. r ru m h e J i HONORED-At flag raising ceremonies conducted on the Rio Grande 2&J 1? is,ch0°1 campus last Thursday, Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Gebhart received the ROTC Medal for Military Science and the Certificate of...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 THURSDAY', MAY 10, 1973 f A, v RGC takes UIL meet... Rio Grande City elementary students took first place with 223 1/2 jwints in the recent University Interschoiastic League 1G-AAA Literary events competition. Donna placed second with 122 points. Edcouch-Elsa third with 90 1/2 points and Mercedes fourth with 80 points. In the boys' division of the second story telling contest winners were Ricky Gajallaga Mercedes, first; and Antonio Hinojosa, Rio Grande City, second. Winners of the girls'" division were Sally Garza, Mercedes, first; and Catherine Escobar, Rio Grande City second. Winning storytellers in the third grade boys' division were Frank Doyno Jr., Rio Grande City, first; Eddie Flores, Mer- cedes, second; and Robert Galloway, Edcouch-Elsa, third. In the girls' division, winners were Cynthia Riojas, Edcouch- Elsa, first; Yvonne Lopez, Rio Grande City, second: and Mar- I RINGGOLD PRIMARY PICTURE MEMORY CHAMPS -.f INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL U.I.L. CONTESTAN...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 THURSDAY. MAY 10, 1973 RGC ROTC honors outstanding cadets... * ')>: ■W ■ - mf m i AMERICAN LEGION AWARDS — The American Legion Post 382, represented by Miguel Cavazos, presented the American Legion Medal for Scholastic Excellence to Cadet Corporal Basilio Villarreal who has a combined Military Science and Academic average of 93.3; and the Military Excellence Medal to Cadet Major Ruben Cruz. 4 T- ; • v.- . • ^ . V- *:.x- * IMisi W-l SUPERIOR CADET MEDAL RECIPIENTS-—Cadet Lt. Col. Kevin Connelly, fourth year cadet; Cadet Major Encarnacion Garcia, third year cadet; and Cadet Lt. Lazaro Rodri- guez, second ye^r cadet, were presented theSuperior Cadet Medal for outstanding leader- ship, participation in ROTC activities, and outstanding military excellence, at special ceremonies on May 3. t CUvEmPhE^rhnn]T HOmR^D"Ari nae raising ceremonies conducted on the Rio Grand" 1S,ch,°01 campus last Thursday, Cadet Lt. Col. Donald Gebhart received the Phot on or lin ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

TUli HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 THURSDAY', MAY 10, 1973 i; - i V RGC takes UIL meet... Rio Grande City elementary students took first place with 2I;3 1/2 points in the recent Iniversity Interscholastic League 1G-AAA Literary events competition. Donna placed second with 122 points. Edcouch-Elsa third with 90 1/2 points and Mercedes fourth with 8D points. In the boys' division of the second story telling contest, winners were Ricky Gajallaga, Mercedes, first; and Antonio Hinojosj, Rio Grande City, second. Winners of the girls' division were Sally Garza, Mercedes, first; and Catherine Escobar, Rio Grande City, second. Winning storytellers In the third grade boys' division were Frank Doyno Jr., Rio Grande City, first; Eddie Flores, Mer- cedes, second; and Robert Galloway, Edcouch-Elsa, third. In the girls' division, winners were Cynthia Riojas, Edcouch- Elsa, first; Yvonne Lopez, Rio Grande City, second; and Mar- RINGGOLD PRIMARY PICTURE MEMORY CHAMPS INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL U.I.L. CONTESTAN...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

S - m% w> wm ' wm I'M m m %>. i p?r m % 'JB , S% 5-> }. *■ 4*<\r V , * AAUW—The American Association of University Women sponsored ;i tea for the senior girls of Rio Grande City High School and Roma High School Monday night. The AAUW, an organization composed of degreed professionals in a service organization with it's members coming from accredited universities and colleges throughout the United States. The tea Monday night was geared at complimenting the graduating senior girls and inviting them to seek out the AAUW where ever they may attend college. Pictured above are the officers for the local chapter of the AAUW they are, treasurer Mrs. Emma Vera, parliamentarian Mrs. Andres Gonzalez, second vice president Mrs. Bencio Barrera, incoming president Mrs. Elias Aguilar, out-going president Mrs. Isidro Hinojosa and third vice president Mrs. Antonio Gonzalez. Also pictured in re- lated photos are Diana Villarreal as she presented a fairy tale skit for those attending, Mar...

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