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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 May 1973

i. !i t i t ! i 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY that's where its at IN Furniture Air Conditioners Appliance And Anything For Your Home! RABANITOS FOR CHARLES SCHULZ JJtpto tmy, EL IMAM V fSo.' V-4 © / g&o HO \ (mwvao IS PA \D& I AaPTq Mt ono! J L1W2 fir: - I" *> )QUE NOACEP1&S LA KALIPAP NO sme f i , GAX-M/f- A RV1 EN LA PLO BE16BOU /PL WPL F<S MOV \ taNTo. A LA raAUU^ a #3? (??r~ '/fclUlEft.' OOt AN ii & OfI- V^AHOCilia Kjy r^D 1 h->A (.. \*ls" S0. C ' A777/ ^>l- ' I SR ) QUF 9' cH^ w v NO mw ra)t ,v CO/lAAvJNA y^HFNi ^ HoaowsA.' xr ^ r • ^ -ovy ITF. NKX Df<NA 1UPNA y ImgM AUMO/ serpen- D(<NA ^ EOTA&ATb HHOANW> * iSSTo £S lAAR^lBLE' d(25MO POEPo LAN2AR OJANPO TOQDO> VIf NEH A LA toMA PA$\ HACEGA^jfe^UHTAS? rrr I [0 Nl GEQTA£ ON A GE CW (AP\A 650^ , TE AAJtfc, CARLI Ioel T s> /LOOl&NtxO /yN° EtdEfEKIA A6UAM QGJ^DO"' KO $ecei«CI&I b/V/ $ vZ.v- I •4 •~XL '^r^fir^Tv I f/'HEfc VA, At t5A1t.' ilEOteGJEN- (A 6Xt fe ^A ./O&A RHlo cfe 6...

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

NOW UttY TO SUV! EL QUIOTE Available: For General Contract Work No Job Too Small or too Large • Yard Dirt-Gravel-Sand-Caliche Filling Dirt • Graders-Backhoe-Front End Loader-Dump Trucks ALSO OPEN EL QUIOTE EXXON SERVICE STATION 24 HOUR SERVICE FREE: COFFEE-SHOWERS FOR TRUCK DRIVERS DIESEL AVAILABLE GROCERY STORE PICNIC SUPPLIES ICE-COLD CUTS-BEER COLD DRINKS-CANDY-fi^ACKS callus- 487-3014 5 Miles West Of Rio Us1 FOR ALL YOUR KEF )S IN BUILDING SUPPLIES Come See Us... ZARSKY LUMBER COMPANY VALLEY INC. RIO GRANDE CITY 417-2561 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1973 Local meetings... Starr County Commissioners Court will be meeting in their regular monthly meeting Mon- day morning at 9:30 a.m. The meeting is open to the public and is held at the County Courtroom. * * * The regular meeting of the Rio Grande City Independent School board was postponed until tonight (Thursday) at 7 p. m. The meeting will be held at the Multi-Purpose Center and the public is urged to attend. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

r f * .. I I I RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over S5 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 20 Thursday, Hay 17, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas tell it like it IS. ® • Summer jobs presented to court... RAUL TUCJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Commissioners approve temporary hospital board Do I remember stating recently that the problem our high school principal was having with one of his assistants would be taken care of? I do remember being told that the matter was in the hands of a committee that would study the situation and make a full report to the board . . . but the committee has never met . . . but a report has been made anyway. 1 thought that only the Watergate people were capable of covering up items that are of public interest . . . but in a letter to the board Ruben Saenz has managed to pull off one of the biggest white-wash jobs I've ever seen. In a letter to the board Saenz told them (the board) that the four major allegations against his assistant were...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

town with tissa peterson One of my earliest childhood memories is of a vacation our fam- ily took in the Hill Country of Texas. One day my parents drove us to the foot of a "mountain", and my cousins, brothers, and I proceeded to climb it. As hard as I try, I cannot recall whether or not we made it to the top, but the recollection of the climbing is as vivid as though it happened yesterday. Each day lived is like a mountain climbed. The success of that day may be mea- sured as much by the effort expended as the heights reached. * * « * Rio Grande City High School seniors will be reaching the "peak" of their efforts soon, with graduation ceremonies scheduled for May 31 at the football stadium. Awards Day is this Friday, and many students will be receiving awards at a general assembly Fri- day morning at 9:40 at the Multi Purpose Center. The public is invited. * * * * A concert will be held Friday night at 8:00 at the Multl-Purpose Center, featuring the high school band and choir, the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

THURSDAY. MAY 17. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 < 1 1 1 ® <3 pjdl) H K ' ,£K. . Sgcs . I FOUR WAY SPEECH WINNER — Diana Villarreal was presented two plaques during a recent honors assembly at Rio Grande City High School. She won the local 4-Way Test Speech Contest spon- sored by the Rio Grande City Rotary Club. Diana went on to win first in District 4-Way Test competition in Pharr and second at the area contest held In Corpus Christi. GOOD CITIZENSHIP AWARD — Edna Mae Escobar, Rio Grande City High School Senior, was recently presented the Daughters of the American Revolution Good Citizenship Award. The Colonel Henry Hill Chapter National Society D.A.R. In Mission extends the honor to an outstanding Senior girl each year. Edna Mae is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Catarlno Escobar. Maria del Rosario Cruz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Cruz, was given the honor in San Isidro; and Idolina Guerra, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Guerra of Rosita, was honored in Roma. The ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

M fffl .... .|A; '' LOCAL GIRL - Lamar Sanchez, left, of Rio Grande City, was one of 97 young people who attended Southwestern Life Insurance Company's 1973 Youth Leadership Institute recent- ly in Dallas. Miss Sanchez attends Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, where she s a junior majoring in medical records administration. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs Santos Sanchez Jr. of 205 E. Second St., Rio Grande City, she was selected to attend ^e institute by school officials on the bases of scholastic standing and demonstrated leader- ship potential. The three-day institute was the fourth of its kind and was held to acquaint outstanding students from a five-state area with leadership theories and techniques that should prove useful throughout their lives. Pictured with Miss Sanchez during a group discussion is Randy Moresi of Texas Christian University. i Meadow Consented ODESSA, Tex. (APJ - The Ector County grand jury, Texas Atty, Gen. John Hill and Ector County Dist. Atty. John Green...

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

-> I Doctor Advocates New Ideas About Women And Menopause Women should prepare their daughters for menopause, a noted medical school teacher here. Dr. Estelle Ramey, says. "Don't program a little girl to believe that menopause means the end of life,** she ad- vises parents. "Train her to . believe that the way she thinks Is valuable." A professor of physiology and biophysics at Georgetown Un- iversity's medical school, Dr. Ramey says the biggest mis- conception about the end of menstruation is that it means the end of a woman's useful- ness in society. She says women fear the on- set of menopause because they've been conditioned to believe their personal worth lies in the ability to reproduce. When they can no longer per- form this function, they feel completely Inadequate, Dr. Ramey says. But she maintains these feel- ings can be avoided if parents don't force this Idea on their daughters. "Ask your daughters what they want to do not only with their body but with their brain," s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

I ill—iut_ 17, 1P7I ""HJ RI'. SEjiHJI. HEiU_L JACX C : t. jruj. < i , w.r. . a«, " «k **— —• —— Running Huge First Baptist Church In Dallas Compared To Managing Gimbels Or Maceys V immuc tut tiVA' t fi rt,w SinHusH bfaPUS". Shuns First Bbptis of D&jj&t, itif*' st v«r.' tfcfie'eff tivn ruiiiuat "8 gr« t n erc&&- i.«t fcaaouai.ti'eip lit* j-muea t>* Wacys " it trit n-fei wuo tsfat iac tut jo*, ior tut }JbS' 2t "Tnere't tr. Unrtt it tut Stat or Uit cnurci tt Hint sa tuere fcff >tr*JPit V'Irt isfat tc< - •mcinfc sty* !•?. Vt.lit i. snot Cnswell, tut j*.su>r. • And tiifcr't *iat- we're tryiac vt oc ." Firs' b6.pt:S*. o' I s-Ufci iu P'WifJt* tiit r'jW- stipnis- a< tec If w tiit *« itii.w; oeu&regfetiw a tirou^ a; 4.WJt ohttrohes of tiit 4ent>OTiflfctkw ii- ? esat Itt tiitirttfrsiaj- rt>l~ uov pusnitit _t .'/Ji inclines taiuec Cta* evaucetsr it: Uj Oranatr 'j i ii'iilt: m iUvtsr rt i' 1 Hun! airt ffcttLs* Vtt Ciiuurt. its or-gtir-Sseior tirvrsoet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

T *r ■I: , ♦ PS •I THURSDAY. MAY 17, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Schoo! board holds grinding session The Rio Grande City School Board of Trustee meeting in their regular monthly meeting approved contracts for profes- sional as well as non-profes- sional and worked until mid- night on a long agenda. The board opened the meet- ing with approval of the min- utes and then went into execu- tive session. When the board returned to open session after some three hours the board approved the resignation of Russell Wade as Ringgold Jun- ior High Band Director. Wade will be leaving the school dis- trict along with his high school counterpart Paul Frank Smith. The beard did extend a con- tract to Nicolas Gonzalez of Corpus Chrlsti. Gonzalez has a masters degree and has five years experience. The board then approved a contract for Noe Sanchez to head the new Vocational Units for the district. Sanchez will be paid some $12,000. The board then approved con- tracts for Miss Lydla Guerra, Miss...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

r It / 7 j Conservation 6/ by SILVESTRE GONZALEZ District Conservationist The Preliminary field inves- tigations regarding the Los Olmos - Sandia Creeks Water- sheds, were completed during the first week in May. Appli- cation for planning authoriza- tion from Washington is now being prepared by the state conservationist. Joe Camp, Watershed planning staff load- er and his team from San Marcus, Texas spent four days conducting the field examina- tion. They were very impressed with our area and felt positive that the watersheds were leasible and could bring to realization a great member of community benefits. Reduced air pollution, lower farming costs - these are two goals of a new farming tech- nique being used by Texas con- servation farmers. Called minimum tillage, the system limits cultural opera- tions to only those essential to crop production with minimum tillage farming, crops are planted directly into a mulch left undisturbed from the pre- vious crop. Competition is controlle...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE) HERALD PAGE 9 r Hi BARTOK WORK FOUND NEW YORK - A "long-lost' work had its first performance in the United States when the Juilliard String Quartet and pianist Beveridge Webster played a Quintet for Piano and String Quartet writ- ten bv Bela Bartok in 1904 and mysteriously withdrawn from the concert hall for more than 60 years The quintet, 35 minutes long and in the melodic Hungarian folk vein instead of the compos- er s later more dissonant style, dates back to Bartok's 23rd year He was just out of Bud- apest Conservatory and enjoy- ing a brilliant career as a pian- ist. He composed the quintet for himself to play with both the Prill and Waldbauer quartet The work immediately became popular Bartok felt that his more in- ventive compositions should be prized more hif.hlv and he aid he wished to make revisions before he let it be heard again The manuscript, with revisions, was given to a friend, Imre Waldbauer who turned it over to the Bartok Ar...

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

IT'S TRUE!! V. in/ '1 ✓ irili A< DUE TO THE RECENT CLEARANCE SALE AT LFD BUDGET STORE IN LAREDO OUR STOCK OF USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES IS VIRTUALLY DEPLETED. WE NEED USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES AND ARE WILLING TO PAY TOP PRICES FOR YOURS!!! TRADE-1 ALLO / ■ * / sJH YOUR OLD BEDROOM SUITE IS WORTH AS MUCH AS $100 IN THE PURCHASE OF NEW ONE AT |JJJ YOUR OLD DINETTE IS WORTH AS MUCH AS IN THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT LFD t 9 YOUR OLD SLEEPER SOFA IS WORTH AS MUCH AS IN THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT LFD &>*■ K ' W YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE IS WORTH AS MUCH AS ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT LFD f =2£

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

\ r v. ,r , € *1 r mi In the service AUSTIN — Juan Ybarra Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Juan Y- barra Sr. of Garciasville, has been promoted to sergeant in the U.S. Air Force Sergeant Ybarra, a medical services specialist at Berg- strom AFB, Tex., is assigned to a unit of the Tactical Air Command. A 1968 graduate of Rio Gran- de City High School, he attend- ed McAllen Business College. The sergeant's wife, Elida, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Elizondo, 203 N. Margo St., Rio Grande City. I I I t . >. «r*v; IpN1. v •• . • ;> ■■ '— ' .fc-V NO WHISTLE STOPS FOR ARGENTINA BUENOS AIRES There are no Harry Truman- like whistle stop campaigns in Argentina's elections in 1973. The Interior Ministry said the reasons range from the State of Siege Law to neutrality of the state-owned railroads. The State of Siege Law bars public assemblies, so politi- cians can only meet with their supporters behind closed doors. The Interior Ministry said railroad stations are public places and the Sta...

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

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

Thursday! may 17,1973 the rio grande herald page 14 TELL From Page 1 than you could shake a stick at . . . they have had the lo- cal newspaper calling them almost every three hours, television stations from as far away as Houston and the two major wire services calling on them for information almost daily. And ... although they have not finished their investiga- tion they have done a commendable job .. . and we appre- ciate it. * * * * The Starr County Grand Jury met Monday and from our information considered the case of the Pena-Dimas kill- ings. The jury recessed until May 29th when they again will take up the case. On the jury are Leonel R. Garza, Santa Elena; Vicente Vicinaiz, San Isidro; Raul G. Guerra, Roma; Nance Mun- oz, Los Saenz; Jose A. Saenz, Rio Grande City; Miguel G. Lopez, Rio Grande City,' Abel N. Gonzalez, Foreman Rio Grande City; Isidra Hinojosa, Grulla, Gabriel Bena- videz Jr., Roma Melecio Longoria Jr., Santa Elena, Al- berto Montalvo Jr., and Miguel Garza Jr., F...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

«— . I HI '-Y' 'Hi H& APP -•Si t?l®3 % ■H wm !k-s# iv# ®ts your old mattress or box spring is worth. as much as Zo IN the purchasf: of a new one at LFD Your Old Usage Is Worth As Much As. On Purees* Of A tow One At LFD YOUR OLD TELEVISION SET IS WORTH AS MUCH AS IN THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT LFD. Refrigerator IVtitiLi) Your Old Refrigerator Is Worth YOUR OLD table IS WORTH AS MUCH As Much As DON'T THROW AWAY N THE PURCHASE of A NEW ONE AT TOUR OLD FURNITURE TRADE IT m AT Trade-In On Purchase Of A New ONE LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS your old chair or recliner is worth as much as in the purchase of a new one at LFD 300 EAST MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY your old bunk bed set is worth as much in the purchase of a new one at LFD - —

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERAI.D PAGE 1G I ■■ ,Q7, amatplir oolf The USGA men's senior ama- The bSGA , teur g0lf championship will be championship is scheduled for IB ^ ^ ^ ^ Inverness, Toledo. Ohio. est 111 ■ : • * 11 ■ ! f fly w k f! i| h ' « ^-"rlrki"" "* * win •• -i \ . : ! 1 i|5:|si4 . it % I S ■> 1 * .? v; ifejj I J ; . ' I V wKl I I I I ; Jti ; -v rH:^i & BMBaroBiM - I : Former Senator Testifies Former State Senator Jim Bates, of Edinburg, testified Wednesday before a House special investigating committee on taxes. Bates s tid I t. Gov. Bill Hobby's investigation of the Legislative Property Tax Committee had stopped the work of the revising of the state's estimated .'),700 separate taxing operations. (AP Wirephoto) Bates Defends Tax Committee AUSTIN, Tex. - Two members of the Legislative Property Tax Committee hoped to "torpedo" it through com- plaints to Lt. Gov. Bill Hobby, says the former chairman of the committee. Former Sen. Jim Bates of Edinburg made...

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

. From fh* dwk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Emergency care received be- fore a wreck victim reaches a hospital could make the differ- ence In a patient arriving alive or dead, says the Texas State Department of Health. Since 1968 the Health Depart- ment has worked to raise the odds on victims arriving alive through intensive emergency care training programs for am- bulance attendants. Although other factors must be considered, emergency training is part of the reason why there has been a decline in traffic deaths in rural areas as compared to the total percent- age of traffic deaths across the state. Two programs are carried out by the Civil Defense and Traffic Safety Division. One is an 13-hour course called an Emergency Care Attendant School, while the other is a comprehensive Emergency Medical Technician School with a minimum of 72 hours of in- struction. So far this year 11 ECA Schools have been held in Texas. Since the first school was conduct- ed in San Angelo in...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

Self s Fate In Hands Of Jurors HOUSTON - Jurors weighing the fate of Michael Lloyd Self were locked up Mon- day night after the 11 men and one woman ailed to reach a verdict. They debate again to- day. Self is accused of murdering two 14-year-old girls he picked up while they were hitchhiking in August of 1971. He is actinl- ly being tried in the murder of Sharon Shaw of Clear Lake City. Charges against him in the death of Rhonda Renee John- son, 14, of Webster, are pend- ing. Remains of the two girls were found early in 1972 near the edge of Taylor Bayou. • Golfer Lee Trevino makes things exciting. This winter he won both the Jackie Gleason and Doral tournaments by one stroke. His total purse (or the two events was $64,000 THURSDAY. MAY 17. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Kidnaped Child Returned To Mother HOUSTON — A 4-year- old girl kidnaped from a New Orleans restaurant Saturday morning joyfully greeted her mother here Monday night after being found unharmed in a bus station. ...

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