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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

Thursday! may 17,1973 the rio grande herald page 19 Healthy baby week being observed here T This week, May 13-19, has been designated Healthy Baby Week by Dolph Briscoe, Gov- ernor of Texas. The Florence J. Scott Study Club of Rio Grande City is helping In the observation of this special week, which begins on Mother's Day each year. Why Healthy Baby Week? Every year about 250,000 American babies are born dam- aged In some way. One in 14 children comes into this world with a significant mental or physical defects. That's 700 babies a day — an estimated seven per cent of all live births. Every other minute a child with THE FAMILY LAWYER , Robbed At Work Hired ;is floor manager in ;i 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 closet. The store denied any responsibility for the loss, but Phyll...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

N O < P. Q J K s b at x o 2 OS Notice of the Name* of Peraoaa Appearing an the Owners of Unclaimed Amounts Held By i First State Bank & Trust Company Rio Grande City, Texas 7*8582 TIUs notice Is given and polished pursuant to Section 3, Article 3272b, Revised Civil. Statutes of the State of Texas, In an effort to locate persons who are the depositors or owners of amounts In accounts that have remained Inactive or dormant according to the provisions of Article 3272b for more than seven (7) years. The unclaimed amounts due the depositors or owners listed herein will be paid igxm proof of ownership at the office of the named depository within nine (9) months, and If unclaimed thereafter they may be subject to report to and con- servation by the State Treasurer In accordance with said Article 3272b. Bern No. of This Report Names of Missing Depositors (Must be listed alphabetically, surnames first. Use two lines Last Known Address Route; Box No; No. & St.; etc. if any City and...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 May 1973

THURSDAY. MAY 17. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Judge Carrillo finds no violation of open meetings The practical effect of the ruling Is that the city will have to purchase a larger safe to accommodate the city min- utes." Those were the com- ments of Roma Mayor J. C. Guerra when asked about a ruling ordering him to make city records available to the public. Judge O. P. Carrillo did deny an injunction seeking to null and void some city meetings and failed to issue an injunc- tion to prevent the mayor from interfering with the city sec- retary. The lawsuit seeking injunc- tive action was filed against Mayor J. C. Guerra and t h e city commissioners by Mrs. Arnuifo Guerra, editor of a small weekly newspaper in Roma. But Judge O. P. Carrillo of 229th District Court declined to grant any injunctive relief In the matter of posting notice in advance of city commission meetings as provided by the Open Meeting Law. The judge announced his findings at the end of a daylong hearing Friday...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No 21 Thursday, May 24, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas I • Hinojosa dies after illness Long time Starr County re- sident Miguel Hinojosa, 59, died late Monday evening after a brief illness at Ramirez Mem- orial Hospital. Hinojosa who lias been of- fice manager for three county judges ana has served in that capacity for over a quarter of a century was buried at City Cemetery here in Rio Grande City Wednesday evening at 5 p.m. Hinojosa, served the Ute County Judge Dr. M.J. Rodri- guez, Frank Randall Nye and was presently serving his ne- phew County Judge Dr. Mario E. Ramirez. Hinojosa was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Vet- erans of Foreign Wars, was presently the president of the Starr County Water District and Improvement District Number 2, and former school board member for Rio Grande City schools. Hinojosa who was born and educated in Rio Grande City headed the water district when it went in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

& with tissa pHerson THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE ? Every beginning is an end, and every end is a beginning. As stu- dents end their years of work and are graduated, they begin a whole new phase of their lives. And this new beginning is inevit- ably the end of a part of their lives which can never be regained. May each graduate find satisfaction in the end which he has achieved and great anticipation of the beginning he has reached. * * * * A record 0G2 students received degrees in commencement exer- cises at Pan American University on May 20 at 8:00 p.m. Receiv- ing his master's degree in education was Jose Venecia of La Grulla. Those from Rio Grande City receiving bachelor degrees from the school of education were Maria Garza, Alejandro Gon- zalez, Ana Ramirez, and Rosalinda Rivera. Maria Gonzalez and Dorinda Pena of Roma also received degrees in education. Those graduating in the school of social sciences were Sandra Olivares and Diana Peterson from Rio G...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

! i \ i Amalia Tinoco Patricia Salinas Garza Adeline R. Rich Garza Ana M Lopez Maria I Madrigal Scherrer I girls graduate from Incarnate Word Nusing Home If you have noticed the El Quiote Gravel Company equip- ment clearing some property behind the Mobile Warehouse on Bridge Road they are the beginnings of what promises to be a nursing home. The thirty to forty bed nurs- ing home will get under con- struction as soon as J. M. Cherna Alvarez gets through clearing the land. All-District Rio Grande City landed quite a few boys in the 16-AAA All District selections for base- ball. Roel Reyna was chosen the best in the district's and was selected first team first base- man, Ramiro Alcazar was cho- sen for the first team out- field, Milo Gonzalez was sel- ected the district's utility out- fielder and Cesar Perez and Praxedis Bazan were honor- able mention. Coach Pat Saenz is at the helm of the high schools base- ball program. Girl Scouts The Tip of Texas Girl Scout Council will have a day...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALI) PAGE 4 Chu Is ALBUQUERQUE. N.M. — Mrs. Roger Davis, moderator-elect of the new- ly organized Synod of the South- west of the United Presbyterian Church dispels what she calls a general feeling that the church doesn't want Indians or women involved A Navajo long active in wom- en's activities of the Presby- terian church, she can speak with some authority of both groups "There is a feeling the church structure is so closed and rigid and not flexible enough to really involve people, but my experience has proved otherwise.' she said. It just comes down to the person It's a matter of getting in there and working ' Of Indians, she said that they have been told what policies are going to be by the Presbyterian church for a long time by reser- vation missionaries, but now it's changing It really bothers me - the Indians complain, but they don't always want to get in- volved at the synod level where decisions are made I don t see how they can co...

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

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 s * I A - • * BIG TRADE IN DAYS YES! IT'S TRUE!! DUE TO THE RECENT CLEARANCE SALE AT LFD BUDGET STORE IN LAREDO OUR STOCK OF USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES IS VIRTUALLY DEPLETED. WS: NEED USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES AND ARE WILLING TO PAY TOP PRICES FOR YOURS!!! 4a BIG TRADE- ALLOWANCES ON ALL YOUR USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES NOW! your old**^ bedroom suite is worth as much as IN THE purchase of NEW one at [jjj < YOUR OLD DINETTE IS WORTH AS MUCH AS *40 IN THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT LFD YOUR OLD SLEEPER SOFA IS WORTH AS MUCH AS '100 IN THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SUITE IS WORTH AS MUCH AS ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE AT JJTJ) \ DON'T THROW AWAY YOUR OLD FURNITURE TRADE IT IN AT v* your old mattress or box spring is worth as vuch as J25 in the purchase of a new one at LFD 1m om tap t Wortt As feck *$.. Oi Pwctei 01 i rous old mim sn is worth as much as $100 in the purchase of Ntw Oh At LFD a new 0ne lfd ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

J<iSf- 1. Jose Alejandro Salinas 2 Roberto J. Gonzalez 3. Maria O. Garza 4. Tomasita Ramos £ V s 1 5. Horacio Vela THURSDAY MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 6. Cecilia Aguilar 7. Aaron Ramos Luis TOP TEN SENIORS AT ROMA — Pictured are the top ten senior students at Roma High Scnool. The school will hold their graduation exercises at the Horace P. Guerra building at 8:30 p.m. on June 1. Theme for the evening will be "We are Children of the Universe". Valedictorian for Roma High School is Jose Alejandro Salinas who finished his four years with a 95.57 average. He Munoz 9. Anna Benavedez is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Salinas. Jose Alejandro has been admitted into Harvard for his university studies. Salutatorian is Roberto J. Gonzalez with an average of 91.53 for the four year period. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rupaco T. Gonzalez of Roma. The other top ten are Maria O. Garza, Tomasita Ramos, Horacio Vela, Cecilia Aguilar, Aaron Ramos, Luis Munoz and Anna Benavidez. Not...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

I 'I" w i J THURSDAY. MAY 24. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Pilon attends region workshop The Inservice workshop at Pan American University on "Water" which was sponsored by Region laand the Texas Wat- er Quality Board on May 7th was attended by Fred Pilon Jr., a physical science teach- er in RGC School District. SAN ISIDRO—Romeo Alaniz, San Isldro High School principal announced the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for San Isldro for 1972-1973. Valedictorian is Maria del Rosario Cruz with a four year average of 94.5. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mauricio Cruz. Salutatorian is Maricela Garza with a four year average of 90.0. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Recjuenez Jr. Commencement exercises will be held at the school's auditorium May 25 with Congressman Kika de la Garza as the guest speaker. It started off with the parti- cipants taking the "Texas Wat- er Quality Board Awareness Test" followed by the film "The Gifts". Frosty Gray then gave a slide presentation ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

0 TOWN from page 2 £ ♦ * * David D. Saldana is home following a month-long stay in the Harlingen hospital. Saldana was injured at work for the Missouri Pacific Railroad when a train ran over his foot. D.D. was dis- missed Saturday and is at home with his wife Becky and their three children. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. O.F. Guffey were honor guests at the Laredo Fire Department Awards Night on May 21. Speedy is the retired fire chief of Rio Grande City. Participating in the program were Fire Chief M.B. Perez Jr. of Laredo, state second vice presi- dent, and Henry D. Smith, chief of Firemans Training School at Texas A&M. * * * * The Guffey's daughter, Janie, who has recovered from her auto accident in December, her husband S. Sgt. Horace B. Wilson, and children Bobby, Walter, and Jerri Lynn, have moved to Fort Campbell, Kentucky, where Wilson will be stationed for three years. They stopped off in San Antonio to visit Jody Guffey and his wife, the former Janet Neie. * * * * There will be ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

* * - H . L Local students win Special Olympics THUR8DAV, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Rio Grande City students have recently returned from participating in the Texas Spe- cial Olympics State Meet at the University of Houston, May 17-19. Competing with over 1800 students from throughout Texas were Gloria Gutierrez, Selenia Saenz, Jesus Rodri- guez, Judith Marks, Diana La- ra, Ernesto Canales, Evelia Rocha, and Howard Dannhaus. Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Montema- yor Jr. sponsored the team with the cooperation of Mrs. O. Dannhaus, Mrs. R. Marks, Mrs. A. Rocha, and Mrs. E. Hernandez. Jesus Rodriguez won a gold medal for high jump, and re- ceived the award from Con- gressman Archer from Hous- ton. Judith Marks won a gold medal for the standing broad jump. Zeke Moore, Houston Oiler player, gave her the me- dal. Moore also presented a bronze rnedal to Ernesto Can- ales for his mile run. Winning ribbons for placing in their heats were Gloria Gutierrez, third, 300 yard run; Selenia S...

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

r M/ss Andrea Gonzalez attends Workshop The Gladys Porter Zoo held an inservice workshop on how to use the zoo for field trips and as a teaching aid, on Thurs- day, May 10th which was at- tended by Miss Andrea Gonza- lez from the Rio Grande City High School. Miss Gonzalez was told on how the Gladys Porter Zoo has a total of 408 different ani- mal species and a total of 1211 individual animals. A slide presentation of the whole zoo and the different places or division were presented. They also had a small unit on how the different animals required different types of confinements and the different types of meals were fed to the animals. When Miss Gonzalez was re- porting to Mr. Julio Saenz Jr. the department head on how they had adviced her that any group that wanted to use the zoo for a field trip had to be well behaved and very quiet when they would visit the dif- ferent parts. Miss Gonzalez also commented on how these animals were treated better than most human beings. They have th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

I" * f' Ranchers invited to attend seminar Ranchers in Starr County are invited to attend a Beef Cattle Production Seminar for commercial producers. The program will take place at the Texas A&M Research and Ex- tension Center auditorium in Weslaco on Friday, May 25 beginning at 9:30 a.m. D. V. Guerra Jr., a rancher in San Manuel, will serve as master ot ceremonies and moderator of the program. Through the close cooperation of Mr. Guerra and their members of the A&M Research and Exten- sion Center Advisory Commit- tee, the program has been planned to be of special interest to the commercial rancher and directed at his problems. Appearing on the program will be local extension special- ists, Dr. R. R. Hoverson and Dr. Jerry Cowley, who have conducted several educational programs in Starr County. inaugurating the UNlTEO STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 Ul A Letter To The Editor Open Lettei, As the outgoing president of the Rio Grande City Band Boosters I would like to thank ev...

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

Sixth grade teams are 16-AAA champs THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 The sixth grade Softball teams from Rio Grande City brought home the title of 16 AAA champs from the Elemen- tary Softball Tournament held in Edcouch-Elsa on Wednesday, May 16. The sixth grade girls team and the sixth grade boys team placed first against teams from Donna, Mercedes, Ed- couch-Elsa, and Raymondville. The fifth grade teams placed second in the tournament with Mercedes taking the top spot. Division I sixth grade girls from La Union School were Normalinda Garza, Anna Delia Garza, Emma Contreras, Emelina Reyna, Rosalie Balde- ras, Nicolasa Bazan, Maria Guadalupe Bazan, Natalia Mon- talvo, and Nelda Quintero, coached by Mrs. L Garcia and Miss P. Bazan. Division I girls from Ring- gold Intermediate School were Carmen Luera, Sylvia Garcia, Gracie Escobar, Nora Garza, Irma Pena, Elizabeth Perez, Sara Guerrero, and Oralia Zamora. They were coached by Miss Rosalinda Rivera. Division I sixth...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

Local girl makes mark at IWC. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 'Rosie' doesn't need any roses X. I i Rosia as a baby ' -'•"VafciSisS EDITOR'S NOTE — There are many students from the Starr County area that have accomplished some great fetes while away at colleges and universities, but we asked that this story be writ- ten on Rosie Hinojosa, because of the mark and impression that she left at Incarnate Word College. Rosie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Hinojosa. But, Rosie's quality is not unique it can easily be found in the rest of the Hinojosa's children . . . raul trejo As early as last August Blanca Rosa Hinojosa, an honor student and senior nursing major of 300 E. 2nd Street, Rio Grande City, began to think about her graduation the next May. For Rosie it was more than just the usual excitement of the sen- ior year in college. Her fellow seniors had elected her class president and she took this, as she does everything else, very seriously. She was determ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 May 1973

i i-Mi* <-'/•/£ • L. j ... mm «<m *«. * igU 1W* «fc5 " * C«? l- -w* •■ ■ HVjsiil $ m <1 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF BOARD OF EQUALIZATION MEETING RIO GRANDE CITY CONS. IN- DEPENDENT SCHOOL DIS- TRICT In obedience to an order of the Board of Equalization re- gularly convened and sitting notice is hereby given that said Board of Equalization will be in session at its regular meet- ing place in the City of Rio Grande City Starr County, Texas, at 3:00 o'clock P.M., beginning on Monday, the 4th day of June, 1973, and from day to day thereafter, for the purpose of determining, fixing and equalizing the value of any and all taxable property situ- ated in the said Rio Grande City Cons. Independent School District, until such values have finally been determined for tax- able purposes for the year 1973, and any and all persons inter- ested, or having business with said Board, are here notified to be present. DONE BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF EQUALIZATION OF Rio Grande City Cons. Indepen- dent...

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