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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

HACKS DECKER'S SWEET OSCAR MAYER'S LUNCH MEAT BOLOGNA, SALAMI, OLIVE AND PICKLE DECKER'S QUALITY SHOULDER CUT JOMATO SAUCE Al anaconda foil « rous $1.00 cereal capta,n.church ,6oz 59* life cereal -,.59' hawaiian punch™'1 «m.3 $1.00 super suds —39* cake mix3 ""$1.00 lotion "" c. «49< LIBBY nectars 211 CAN LIBBY pineapple juice 12 OZ. LIBBY tomato sauce LIBBY PEARS, °« FRUIT COCKTAIl SMALL 0 PUNCH REG. SIZE 5s'if KRAFT COOKING oil REG. SIZE macaroni landl cheese KRAFT apples DEL. 4 LB. BAG FROZEN FOODS broccoli BUNCH DELUXE PIES(APPLE CHERRYmLB') 884 muucoc 0H B0V <BEEF TAC0Si MEXICAN STYLE. DINNlKJ CHEESE, ENCHILADA. BEEF ENCHILADA) J7> POT PIES MORTON 5™ $1.00 ORANGE JUICE mtmc" .«23< FISH AND CHIPS "0T I LB. BOX -J WALCREEN DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Call 467-2504 For Your Discount Prescription /">] Lino Perez 111 - Registered Pharmacist ■J Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop Lino Canales Jr. - General Manager Rio Grande City Starr Plan Shopping Center WALDORF TISS...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

■■Mmmbmmih Mutscher, 2 Others Convicted By Jury THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 16, 1972 PAGE 10 ABILENE, Tex. - Texas House Speaker Gus Mut- scher, 3!>-year-old farmers' son who rose to the third highest of- fice in the state's government and married a former Miss America, was convicted today of conspiracy to accept a bribe. Also convicted with Mutscher were his two chief lieutenants, state Rep. Tommy Shannon of Fort Worth and administrative aide Rush McGinty. Mutscher's head swayed slightly as the verdict was read. One of his lawyers, Rich- ard "Racehorse" Haynes, dropped his head on his hands and grimaced as if he wanted to cry. About 20 minutes after the verdict was read, Mutscher sat down on a front row bench in the spectators' section and cried openly. His wife, Donna, Miss America of 19G4, stood be- side him with her hand on his shoulder. Mrs. Mutscher then sat down and sobbed. The speaker's fa- ther, Gus Mutscher Sr., and Mrs. Tommy Shannon also cried. McGinty left ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

HOSPITAL from page 1 I I *r 1 r • y 1 A. * I r r S' with specifications for the pro- posed hospital were submitted to Dr.J.E. Peavy, Commission- er of Health on May 26th., 1970. Soon thereafter the judge ap- peared In person before the Board in Austin to plead the case. On April 19th,, 1971, Dr. Peavy regretfully Informed the Judge that the Texas State Board of Health during the meeting of April 18th., 1971 had been unable to approve the county's applica- tion for a grant of $400,000.00. He stated that the action was due to heavy demand on limited funds available to the State. The Board that year had a request in excess of $13,000,000.00 in Hill Burton Modernization Funds and the State's alloca- tion was only $2,616,156.00. The allocation for new construction was limited by the Federal Gov- ernment to $300,000.00 for the entire state. The news were disillusioning and at the time seemed catastrophic in that it appeared as though the County would be left without a hospital for the fir...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. MARCH 16. 1972 PAGE 12' Legal Notice ..iaf 'f- Jl ■4 . f h GRAND CHAMPION HEIFER—Jalme Alvarez of the Rio Grande City FFA exhibited the Grand Champion Heifer at the Starr County Youth Fair over the past weekend.. The Heifer will be exhibited at the Mercedes Livestock Show this weekend. Jaime is the son of Mrs. Jose Maria Alvarez, (Herald photo) STATE I AUSTIN—Gov. PrestonSmith left timing of a special legisla- tive session up in the air after the Texas Supreme Court, in ef- fect, said there has to be one. The High Court, not unexpec- tedly, concluded that Secretary of State Bob Bullock could not order public financing of prim- ary elections without prior leg- islative authority. Smith conceded that appar- ently left him no alternative but to summon lawmakers back to work in advance of the May 6 primaries. He said he wanted to postpone the unhappy deed as long as possible and was not prepared to say when he would have to act. Meanwhile, to help Smith w...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

1 r i ! . f I X 4, - -fi - ! j i THURSDAY. MARCH 16^ 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Study Club opens doors for youth in successful career day conference STUDY CLUB--Mrs. James Peterson and Mrs. Richard Gutierrez pin on name tags on principals R.C.Salinas and Rafael Guerra as the Florence J. Scott Study Club held a career day conference for eighth grade students from Rio Grande City and Grulla. The career day has been tagged a tremendous success by both students and educators. Mrs. Milton on teaching profession % Bob McDonald aides students in farming. Mrs. Karam speaks on cosmotolo m v CV'Xv v/- N>N 1 ■th n i w*'* J vs. I ■ liar real speaks on VOE work GUEST SPEAKERS—Mrs. Richard Gutierrez hands over a program to Ramiro Vlllar- real, customs agent In charge. Others pictured at the conference were Mrs. Fran- cisco Garza, president of the clubj Hector Gonzalez, Nursing Division of Incarnate Word College in San Antonio, Villerreal, Mrs. John Milton, TSTA president elect from McA...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

ssass THE RIO GRANDE HERALD Valley Livestock Show in Progress PAGE J4 THURSDAY^ MARCH 16, 1972 The 33rd annual Rio Grande Valley Livestock Show opened Wednesday at Mercedes with a big western parade which marched from downtown Mer- cedes to the showgrounds. There, Show President L.W. Clifford and area youth leaders performed the rope-cutting ce- remony to open the 1972 show. The parade included two groups of trail riders, a dozen competitive floats, 11 bands, Co- ver Girls representing over 40 4-H, FFA and FHA groups, and many other riding, marching and walking units. The new Cover Girl for 1973, selected in the annual competi- tion Saturday night, is blonde Beverly Brewer, sponsored by the Mercedes 4-H Club. The first runner-up was Sharyn Brookshire, La Feria, and the 'second runner-up was Becky Duffey of Sharyland. By Wednesday afternoon, all indoor and outdoor exhibit spa- ces were filled to overflowing with a wide variety of interest- ing exhibits. Livestock entries were in plac...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

*► K" r • i i V * i k l f b 7'. v r Come See Us! That's What We're 03se2i Here For Furniture See Us At., 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 RASANfTOS por charles sjhulz ^ /dQX' WVM) /wew r1 ^bov^ /voi una, oonpcth(ma- d w jonwc^n? i tv; nt^ iyvs ldapaw^^v\carla , rloiatxe Cl)AlU)J/m0! srsfi tnmo\i^\ bateau oh unjon (oasp3h it e£pe mtl /w \ \j\iY(h ttnicw ovgon w ff iw oh , oiwbtgo.' 7 A KO EE" LLAMO inclhuvo/ ~*r~ atiliqouf to (m\i(v.te q^caat uissso en el*hoaae" BEEMA - EUA 11 uUCY.' i P&5A, no ha i'ACAVO Iuh donft^'' IA0DLAKL ojactolw'v I 5\PA[tA{, UH U0NK5fc (al-njemodo's h \AQr aao'^on^- &b£o •' ([ (aft ce- *-/7 / ljd hi to.'/lucy saletf oh jon- r<5h / «CZ&J ;) yflenk'que iawrte enee*wome" y mple un be , cqw) toowe ftste! tc O jegt/tf&ganpo ia pp\- mepa ... ahor4 la $e c50npa...y lattpam-, /6f pir6eai ♦ moaap' xa ! I! &J ^ ^K4- - abuemd/atiuoa h&pfidmiry TE W&EUN bko ' y / u/l_( ddtfwn.1 una pfidhaega :&unapi£mka $ /'ccjaio...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 March 1972

■ [ I TRADE-IN IdaysI old uvma room table qm the purchasf ota newonk for , your old washer cn the purchase 0t a new one! ON YOUR OLD DINING ROOM SET N TIE PMCUSE •F HEW ME on your old mattress set on the purchase or anew one UP TO '40 on your record player or stereo ON YOUR OLD RUG ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE. •r to mo w* your old lamp OUR LFD BUDGET STORE IS IN DESPERATE NEED OF USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES. BECAUSE |LONG| EASY Iterms OF THIS WE ARE WILLING TO GIVE YOU BIG TRADE-INS FOR YOUR ITEMS, IN THE PURCHASE OF NEW FURNITURE AT LFD! SAVE NOW 1 UP TO $50 ON YOUR OLD DINETTE SET ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE on your old rocker on the purchase ON YOUR OLD LIVING ROOM SET on your old bed ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE to moo on your old refrigerator FOR YOUR OLD BEDROOM SUITE ON YOUR OLD GAS RANGE on the purchas op a new one. on your old tv set on the purchase of anew nug ON THE PURCHASE ON A NEW ONE. ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE ON YOUR OLD CHAIR ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW ONE 417-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

RIP GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 12 Thursday March 23, 1972 Rio (.ruiulc <!ilv, IVxas I' If * tell it like it I $• • • a g/o RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR The Starr County Youth Fair is over and every- one did pretty good except our industrious local FFA unit. Although they collected a few blue ribbons the smaller high schools of Roma and San Isidro sho- wed them up again. This year marked the first time the local group had their new building and equipment is still not in but it's funny how the other schools, in the county manage to put out such fine work with less equip- ment and even smaller spaces to work. In a telephone conversation with five board mem- bers they all agree that a change in personnel is needed in that department.... look at the statis- tics and we know you'll agree. The article last week on the funds that have been granted Starr County for a new county hospital brou- ght on much talk, Although ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

Folic s & Facts THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 PAGE 2 Court Our Lady of Mercy, No. 1968 Catholic Daughters of America will hold a Reception of new members on March 19, 1972 at the Multi-Purpose of Fort Ringgold or the High School Campus. The day's activities will be as follows: Registration - 8:30 a.m., Pa- rochial School Library Mass - 10:00 a.m., Immacu- late Conception Church Ritual - 10:30 a.m., Multi- purpose Center Luncheon - 12:45 p.m., Multi- purpose Center Announcements and Door Prizes - 2:00 p.m. Members of the local court will be hosting members of courts in District 21, as well as members of courts of other Districts. Regent, Mrs. Griffin Taylor wishes to remind all local court members to register before the out of town personnel starts their registration. The members of the local court recently sponsored a Day of Recollection for the Catholic Women of the Parish. There were around 128 persons present with Rev. Laureano Gomez, O MI, from Spain conduct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD v&msstm THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1972 PAGE 3 J ' V < ■i J - !. •t J- i V write: m\i > 9t / FIRST TIME—FIRST PLACE—The Rio Grande City Auto and Body Repair Class en- tered competition for the first time in district 16-3AAA and took a first place award in the speed and skill competition. The students placed first, third and fourth in the compe- tition. The students were Israel Soils Jr., first, Israel Benavidez, third and Encarnacion Chapa, fourth. Their supervisor is Cruz Garza Jr. The three are eligible to enter the state competition will be held at Dallas. Fern loans near deadline Small Business; Administra- tion Disaster Coordinator Ino- cencio Prado reminded South Texas residents that disaster loan applications to repair wa- ter damage from Hurricane Fern will no longer be accept- ed after Friday, March 31. From his Corpus Christi of- fice, Inocencio Prado said that persons suffering water damage to their homes and businesses from Fern's rains have unti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Auto demontration I Students of Starr County Students of Starr County schools will have an opportunity to see for themselves how the false impression and sense of security that a driver of a mod- ern automobile gets, can and does, often lead into the danger zone and trouble, when they par- ticipate in a series of driving tests. The tests, which will be in two parts, will be given under the direction of Ben Bullard, Tex- as Farm Bureau. High point of the demonstra- tion will come when driving tests are made with various students and faculty members in the specially equipped car. THE FAMILY LAWYER, Fairly Free Private Enterprise Curbside flower vendors be- came so numerous in a certain community that the regular florists began to complain about the competition. Finally, the city council passed a tough licensing law aimed at knocking the street vendors out of business. An electric detonator which is mounted on the front bumper of th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY. MARCH 23. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 - i- 4 ! I A THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas Recreational land promotions always increase during the spr- ing as companies selling lake lots, wilderness lots, and spe- culative land investments be- gin to advertise. Direct mail promotions for local develop- ments encourage personal vi- sits by the whole family by offering "discounts" off the "regular" price of the lots. Some companies conduct con- tests while others speak of the investment potential inherent in land- particularly their land. If you are considering the purchase of a lake lot or a small tract of land as an in- vestment, then you should be cautious. The following guide- lines are worth reading bq^ fore you sign the contract: 1. Make a personal visit to see for yourself the overall con- dition of the land, access roads, improvements and the speci- fic plot you will be purchasing. Every year thousands of peo- ple purchase land the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

I THURSDAY'. MARCH 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Heroin Addicts Eyed For Rehabilitation WASHINGTON - A special study committee on big- city crime Saturday recom- mended the nation shift its atti- tude on heroin addicts from punishment to medical treat- ment. Calling for a bold new policy, the American Bar Association group said all addicts picked up by police for street crimes should be channeled to newly established clinics where they would receive withdrawal, methadone or other drug treat- ment. The committee, headed by Washington lawyer Edward Bennett Williams, proposed as an experiment using heroin it- self as a last resort to lure ad- dicts into therapy. But the com- mittee report stressed that her- oin should not be administered generally as a medical tool un- til it is proven that it poses nc danger to mind or body. On other fronts, the ABA group recommended repeal of adultery, vagrancy, drunk- enness and other so-called vic- timless criminal laws and streamlining of ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY'. MARCH 23. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 -x- • t-' - > . Ji +: I // ;Q|f| *#\ JC RELAYS—The Seventh Annual Rio Grande City Jaycee Relays will be held March 30 at Tiger Stadium in San Isidro. The Jaycee event is for track competition for se- venth, eighth and nineth grade .students. Some 30 schools will be participating in the events. The preliminaries will begin at 11:30 p.m. and the finals at 6:30 P«tn« Ernesto Vela, meet director and J.D. Villarreal, J C president are pictured doing a little po- lishing on the trophies that will be presented to the winning teams. Convicts Make Machine Tools LONDON (AP) — Britain is reorganizing its captive labor — the 20.000 prisoners in its prisons. Convicts already make many things in their barred work- shops. from mailbags, tradi- tional. to machine tools, mod- ern Now their output is to be expanded. The Home Office, busily coordinating this expansion un- der a department called the Directorate of Industries and Supplies <DI...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

' I J i d f Wmm 2 1/2 CAN TRASH BAGS 69 m PEACHES AMERICAN BEAUTY 25 LB. BAG IJ GARDEN CLUB PEACH OR PINEAPPLE FLORIENT AIR FRESHNER 294 ..$1.99 DINNERS FOR DOGS ^SJFRISKIES 25, ^SAUCE CUBES 25 $1.99 DRINK (BREAST, THIGHS, WINGS) FRYER QQ< MOPS""" 99' CANDLES 49' OIL""""™'" 59'. :ACH OR PINEAPPLE _ PRESERVES 3 - SLENDER -"- .5 $!. PEARS .3 $1. 3" $ 11 DETERGE DETERGE REMARKABLE NO. 2 1/2 CAN' DOLE PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ.' FRYERS SS® 39 * SEVEN STEAK, RIB STEAK CHUCK SYEAK SMOULDER OA, K 50UND 09 7Qc k I SWIFT PREMIUM I SWIFT LB. V mm I TURKEYS HILLCREST HEART'S DELIGHT APRICOT PEACH-PEAR NECTAR SWIFT BACON LUNCH MEAT W BOLOGNA SALAMI Mi >2oi. pkg gg RIB CENTER CUT 79 12 OZ. - HAMBURGER MEAT PTTftnTjl K '|j | L SWIFT BOLOGNA, SALAMI LUHCH MEAT .« 3 - K> SWIFT BROWN AND SERVE SAUSAGE SMALL DOX ALL KINDS 111 o i

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

I&BAR-B-Q SAUCE 3 $1. CRISCO OIL „ ..$2.29 KRAFT SALAD BOWL Fciunuiiru cddehh mi SPRAY STARCH •V" NIAGARA •5 OZ. ^ SANDWICH SPREAD .69 69* DRIVE SPORTING GOODS SPORTMASTER RODS DETERGENT GT. SIZE NO. 78480 $E95 i< TISSUE NORTHERN TAMALES GEBHARDT'S CHICKEN 4 4 FOR TUNA PUNCH CHICKEN OF THE SEA DETERGENT KING SIZE GOLD TIP TOMATO SAUCE 12 -$1. I) TRUE TEMPER y RODS BO. 951 Amjt 952 $T99 953 § 1 954 M * ZEBCO ROD AND REEL a $*95 ^ LINE W# TRUE TEMPER CAR SEAT REELS CUSHION s425 ur PORTABLE Y BBQ GRILL vir KOOL KOUSHION VENTILATED SEAT CUSHION' GREEN, RED OR BROWN 3* w 119 ^ /^g/fr 1. 1. Ih SHORTEHING RGENTrL $1.99 MILK"s- $1. ( COCA COLA MRS. TUCKER'S 3 LB.CARTON < l(( NEW FROM RGENT'.,, $ 1.99 SYRUP " 29' IELIGHT ICOT PEAR rm Greetings atEasterUme VISIT OUR EASTER CORNOR everything your child ran imagine to celebrate EASTER BaskeLs, Grass, Rahhits, ^ Basket Filling, Games and LoLs «f Candy! 3 rn ? uj 0 ? j QC >" QC cl 16 OZ. THROW-AWYS ORANGE STRAWBERRY -FROZEN FOODS - F...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY MARCH 23. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 umimnnmmiintimmnttmmun Woman's Touch b\ Mrs. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent Ftitmmmmimtinmnmmmnmir. The presence of termites in buildings in the spring is of- ten indicated by swarms of win- ged, ant-like insects suddenly appearing inside the house, ge- nerally in the basement or on the porch. And then the walls came tum- bling down: Well, maybe tilings won't be quite so drastic when termites invade your home, at least not if you take the necessary pre- cautions against those little " mighty mites." "Termites are beginning to swarm along coastal regions and will soon be active with the coming of the spring sea- son, notes Dr. Philip Hamman, entomologist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, "Now is the time to start che- cking tor infested areas in the home so that a control pro- gram can be started." Hamman urges homeowners to secure professional help for controlling termites instead of relying on the "do-it-yours...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

jiRALD THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 £ I- V v v- I « :t:' 1 More youth fair winners The Starr County Youth Fair was also the place for the Sci- ence Fair which featured pro- jects from the senior division to the junior high division. The results were; in the sen- ior physical division; FIRST PLACE: Rosalinda Ro- driguez, An Investigation of the Reacting Volumes of Two Sol- utions of Known Concentration; Mary Elizabeth Edgerton, Plas- tics Grand Champion; Donald Gebhart, Esterification; Sue Ann Kenmotsu, Study of Waves by the Use of the Ripple Tank. SECOND PLACE; Aida N. Guerra, The Research of the Agave Plant; John Edgerton & John A. Martinez, The Flame Speaker; Olga Guerra, Working With ph. THIRD PLACES: Evelyn J. Peel, Phosphate and the En- vironment; Edna Mae Escobar, The Effect of Chemicals on cut flowers; Antonia Rivera, The Density of Air. HONORABLE MENTION: Ba- silio Villarreal, Modification of Manometer & Tilt Gauge, Mario Lopez, The Halogen Group; Luisa Garcia, Crystal- ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 HELP! YOUR COMMUNITY THE MONEY YOU SPEND HERE COMES BACK TO YOU SHOP LOC LLY

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