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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 *■ • « ndian Artifacts Move Into Antique Show Spotlights It was no surprise that a cigar store Indian had taken up residence at the annual winter antiques show in New York for the benefit of the East Side House Settlement The wooden Indians often come in out of the cold for such events But it was unusual for the fashionable show to display INDIAN ARTIFACTS OF Northern Plains Indians Cheyenne or Sioux exhibited by James Abbe at Winter Antiques Show included the collection of Gen. Charles Francis Roe. who arrived on the battlefield shortly after Custer's last battle at Little Big Horn Child's deerskin robe is framed, pipe bags, tom-tom anu knife holderareon wall Beaded saddle. Indian hat and a canteen (believed to have been Custer's > are on the table so many Indian artifacts in be- tween its $20,000 highboys and $30,000 paintings, even though such objects have moved into other shows in recent years Small 19th century objects — m...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Elegant Fashion Returns In Menswear Collection NEW YORK The elegant international man with conservative tastes is back in vogue for 1973 if recent fashion previews are an indication. British designer Hardy Amies previewed his Interna- tional Menswear Trend Collec- tion for the Fall of 1973. There are no way-out presen- tations in the new Amies line His collection, aimed mainly at the upper crust of the mass volume market, is restrained and in step with the creations of other international men's de- signers. This means that next year's fashionable male should expect to find that very dark and sombre colors are in; wide knit ties are in; wide and peaked lapels are in; waist- coats are in; pleats and wide cuffs are in. The look remains long, lean, and flattering. Suits and sports- wear of charcoal browns and deep dark greens will give prominence to brighter acces- sory colors and emphasize the importance of cut and styling. Jackets w...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 !•' •« A. . j. I r •• * I- }. Her Face Is Familiar, Not Famous ■i • MOVIE QUEEN — Actress Marie Windsor, shown here with her son Ricky. 10. has appeared in a wide variety of films as the sultry other woman, a gun slinger. a jungle goddess and a dance hall girl College Program Aimed at Vets PIKEVILLE. Ky — A member of President Nixon's task force on high- er education for Vietnam era veterans thinks too often col- leges' efforts to attract veter- ans "end at the admissions of- fice " "Veterans have the maturity and motivation (to succeed in college) but often lack academ- ic self confidence." said Dennis Love, dean of developmental studies at Pikeville College Since coming to Kentucky, the 30-year-old Ohio native has spent part of his time traveling to other schools promoting pro- grams "to get the veteran back on his feet "It's a matter of saying to the veteran. 'College is not as hard as you think.' " Love said At Pikeville, this...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 26 Engineer Predicts Houses of Future Will Be Made of Flexible Components MENLO PARK. Calif. — The house of the future will be a flexible, do-it-yourself dwelling that can grow, shrink, or even swap rooms at its owner's whim, an engineering researcher says. The house would consist of a central steel frame with stan- dardized components fastened to it, such as walls, floors, roofs, wiring and plumbing Starting with the basic frame, builders could devise homes of almost any size, architectural style and price by varying the components. The new type of home — potentially far more individ- ualized than today's factory housing — could be in common use within 20 years, says Rich- ard L. Martin, senior housing economist at the Stanford Re- search Institute here. Martin, who with other SRI engineers developed and is studying the concept of com- ponent housing, is reluctant to put a pricetag on the technique. But he said he is confident the m...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 28 Staffing Plans Accelerated At PAll's Brownsville Campus Reduction Ordered In Enlisted Aides Dr. J. C. Nichols, vice pre- sident for academic affairs at Pan American University and acting director of Pan Am Uni- versity at Brownsville is ac- celerating plans for establish- ing facilities and employing personnel and faculty to oper- ate the upper-level center which will open for the fall semester on the campus of Texas Southmost College. A budget of $400,000 for the first year of operation was approved recently by the state legislature. The money will be used for general administra- tion, faculty salaries, depart- mental operating expenses, a library and the leasing of facilities from Texas South- most. Program areas to be offered on the Brownsville campus will probably include biology, his- tory, political sciencc, law en- Davis Reelected To Energy Foundation Barney M. Davis of Corpus Christi was re-elected a vice president of the ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 29 Action Set For Major Bills ! • ■ A ' i * 'f _ ' ' AUSTIN, Tex. - Major bills revising Texas' code of crimes and punishments and providing bilingual instruction for all grade school children who need it were set for final House action Monday. Senators, meanwhile, vfere expected to take a vote on Gov. Dolph Briscoe's bill to Pour $39 million into the 113 poorest pub- lic school districts in 1974-75 while seeking a permanent so- lution to inequality in educa- tion. The penal code passed its major House test Monday, re- ceiving a 114-27 vote for tenta- tive approval. Representatives advanced the bilingual measure last Thurs- day. Final passage would return both bills to the Senate for ac- tion on amendments. The bilinginl bin would take full effect in the 1974-75 school year, beginning with first gra- ders. It would eventually pro- .vide up to six years of educa- tion in a child's native lan- g u a g e until he became proficient in En...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

f THURSDAY, MAY 31, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 30 READ and SUBSCRIBE TO THE RIO GRANDE ONLY Local Up To The Hour NEWS SOCIAL SPORTS First In The Rio Grande HERALD MAIL and DELIVERED THURSDAY FOR COVERAGE OF LOCAL INTEREST NEWS STORIES AND LOCAL BARGAINS BY LOCAL MERCHANTS SUBSCRIBE NOW Name Adress City A YEAR ANYWHERE IN STARR COUNTY 50 ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD Also The Best Bargains In Town Read Local Sales In The Rio Grande Herald c ■ Zip ( ) Money Order ( ) Check Mail To RIO GRANDE HERALD P.O. BOX 452 Rio Grande City, Tx No Cash... Please 78582 —

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

THE RIO GRANDE IIEUALD PAGE 31 i - b J ' r \ MH/MR holds annual awards dinner here The Volunteer Services Coun- cil that serves the Rio Grande City Mental Health Clinic held its second annual Awards Din- ner on Wednesday, May 23 at Rattler's Den. Ted Weems, director Tor the Laredo Center, served as Mas- ter of Ceremonies and intro- duced Jose I. Tijerina, manager of the local office, who wel- comed the volunteers and guests. Reverend James L. Gebhart then asked the Lord to bless the food to be partak- en of and the work done by all those present. Bias Cantu Jr., superinten- dent of the R.G.S. MH/MR faci- lity at Harlingen spoke on "The Role of the Volunteer in Men- tal Health and Mental Retard- ation" and praised the work done by this particular group by saying that they are held up as an example to other coun- cils and that knowledge of their activities has spread even beyond the borders of the state of Texas. He also said that if it were not for the follow- up care in the communit...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 May 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

I1 - RIO GRANDE Serving over 500C readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI Mo. 23 Thursday, June 7, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas fell it like it is. RAUL TREJO HER ALU MANAGING EDITOR J Munsells "Pages from the Past" was the theme for t banquet hon- oring 1973 Rio Grande High School graduates held recently at the First Baptist Church. The banquet also honored the D. I.. Munsell family who have served the Church and com- munity for many years and who will be moving to Alice this summer. The 1973 graduates honored were Linda Rochester, Donald Gebhart, and Raymond Munsell. Ringgold Junior High eighth trade graduates, Dora Rocha, Curtis Aianiz, Carrie Griffin, See HONORS Page 20 Hospital borrows $125,000 from county Now that school is out . . . many of our teachers will be out for the summer . . . many of them used to work on federal programs during the summer months but federal cut-backs have left only a few jobs with the school dis- trict. It was a little s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 & with tissa peterson We all have different reasons for choosing our friends, and they are chosen for their own endearing qualities. Wouldn't it be won- derful if we could take the qualities we most admire from each of our friends and achieve all these admirable traits ourselves? While thinking about some of my friends, I tried to analyze what it is that I most admire about each one. * * * * One I admire for her willingness to give of her tiiiie and of her- self for others. Another is enviable for her trustworthiness. You could trust her with your deepest, darkest secrets. Another friend has the know-how to achieve beauty and grace with the looks God gave her. One friend has the ability to achieve dignity in any situation. I admire another friend for her sincerity. She could correct anyone or make any point without stepping on any- body's toes. Another friend's sense of humor is a delight and makes any occasion a festive one. A...

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

H ^ .URSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 COURT R ECORDS SALINAS COMMISSIONED- — Lauro R. Salinas, 30, of Rio Grande City, has been commissioned a game warden by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department and assigned to Matagorda County. He will be headquartered in Palacios and should be at his new duty station bv May 31. He is married to the former Miss Rosa Her- nandez of Rio Grande City and they have one child, Shiree D., age 8. ALL AROUND from page 2 certs In various churches throughout the week. They are being hosted by the First Baptist Church of Rio Grande City. * ♦ * * Debbie LaGrange, daughter of Mrs. E.L. LaGran<je of Rio Grande City, is following in the footsteps of her brothers, Ross and Charles, by attending Texas A&M University this summer. As a child, Debbie always said, "I want to be an Aggie, too," and Indeed she is this summer. Debbie attends T.C.U. in Fort Worth as a nursing student during the regular term. * * * * Three local men were featured i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

t §-:• •t . i .! f THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 6 South Texas Students Awarded CPL Scholarships 2rrtnnnrrjnr!nnnnnnr!nmmrrrrBTrrrrrrraTrr^ o o o o mnnnnr mrrtrtmr cNo cNonsense from Eddie May, CPL Home Econ- omist "gfloopogoooooooooooooooQODQOQDOflooppflao astasia 10. a.SLSLSLSL!LSLSLaJL!i£a2a bbooooqooq Six South Texas students have been awarded Central Power and Light scholarships at Tex- as A&I University in Kings- ville, Dr. J. C. Jernigan an- nounced recently. Winners of this year's scho- larships are David M. Solis and Hector Saenz, Alice; Fran- cis Mike Smith, Bishop; Phillip G. Monroe and Wallace Jan Dodds, Corpus Christi; and Ma- ria A. Lozano, Kingsville. Miss Lozano was awarded a home economics scholarship while Monroe and Dodds were named winners of business ad- ministration scholarship. Solis, Saenz and Smith received elec- trical engineering scholar- ships. The engineering scholarships each have a value of $2700 for the 4-1/2 year program. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 •J L. *• f I I I - i • "1 daughter Maria Cecilia, to Abel Porras, son of Mr. and Mrs Do- mingo Porras of Rio Grande City. The bride-elect graduated from Texas Woman's University with a Bachelor of Science degree n Child Development, Family Living Nursery School Education, and a minor in psychology. She was a member of the om .. Club, president of the Child Development Club and on the Special Honor Roll. The bridegroom-elect graduated from Southwest Texas State University in San Marcos with a Bachelor of Science degree in Law Enforcement. Both Porras and Miss Garcia are employedI by the Rio Grande City Consolidated School District, she as a teach r and he is a social worker. The voiding will be celebrated August 4at Immaculate Conce,.tion CatW.o Church in Rio Grande City. Local men receive Safe-Service awards STUDENTS From Page 4 Us was a member of the Na- tional Honor Society, Science Club, Math Club, and won high honors in number ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY. JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 From tfw desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Modical Officer Vacation time is a happy time, but it also can be a time for tragedy, says the Texas State Department of Health. Spring and summer weather go hand in hand with recrea- tion in Texas, which has some- thing to offer for everyone— from seashores and lakes to forests and rugged mountains. In most cases, recreation is associated with water for swim- ming, boating and fishing. While great for recreation, water poses a serious threat to the safety of young and old alike. Last year, for example, 601 persons lost their lives in wa- ter-related accidents in Texas. Not all of these drownings involved swimmers and boat- ers. In far too many cases individuals fell from a place of presumed safety — say a dock river bank—into the water and were drowned. Children are most susceptible to this type incident. A good safety rule is to put a life jacket on a child playing near the water— just in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 * . 'J * - A- Incarnate Word will host Cheerleader seminar... Check in is Wednesday, July 11 at 7 p.m. Students living in or close to San Antonio may commute to the seminar and pay only the $20 tuition fee. If they wish, meals may be pur- chased individually in the rv> C dining hall. A complete brochure on the seminar is available fromWC, including supplies needed and rules, or by contacting Linda Green by phone at A. C. 512 828-1261, ext. 207. Incarnate Word College will host a statewide seminar for majorettes, cheerleaders, and pep squads on the San Antonio campus July 12-14. Six member of the famed Tyler Junior College Apache Belles will make up the faculty for the three-day San Antonio invitational, designed to give Texas students an opportunity to expand their talents in twirl- ing, dancing, and cheerleading. The seminar will offer con- centrated study in baton, cheer- leading, and pep squads. Clas- ses meet from 8 a.m. unt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 I - i - r N G. ■S1 READ and SUBSCRIBE TO THE RIO GRANDE ONLY 1 IxM*al Lip To The Hour NEWS SOCIAL SPORTS First In The Rio Grande HERALD 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 Hi Im Also The Best Bargains In Town Read Local Sales In The Rio Grande Herald Name _ Adress City Zip ( ) Money Order ( ) Check Mail To RIO GRANDE HERALD P.O. BOX 452 Rio Grande City, Tx No Ca*h... Please 78582

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

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