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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

WINCHESTER $ 22LR MODEL 290 .$*16.95 each I9< each l?V • . SpORTtNG* GQOD$ • . ' ROD & RfeEL ' Combination spinners CRAPPIE RIGS CORDELLS LURES 99< DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT (Close out sale s BOYS SPORT COATS eg; $4.99 BOYS PANTS sizes 3 to 12 3 for $1.00 BOY'S SHIRTS Sizes 6 to 16. $1.99 HEN 1 PANTS .Pfr.m.-.P.rff. $1. and up ragu spaghet.usa.u?! qt. 59< viva napkins 140 count. .. 4 ^ $1.00 comet rice 28oz .. 39< dog food r.ed heart is 1/2 oz. 8 tor $1.00 | pop corn , 1 lb. bag .10^ >TWIST ^Rained foods HEINZ (EXCEPT palmqlive liquid. Iajax Window cleaner Giaiit Size 20 oz. wimp 50 St. i insect spray Black Flag pint Summertime |bulk| PINTO BEANSl DUNCAN MINES CAKE MIXES CELERY crisp head * WESSON OIL ■gallon! upton tea bags .1.0?.—.1 $1.09 For Coo/er Summer Meats with coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 6-13-73 FROSTY ACRES^ limeade frosty acres LEMONADE mr. CltH S 6 oz boston for Refreshing TOMATOES * 2 lb. box dinners banquet A11 Flavors Except Be...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 LEADERS — Pictured ulxive are tlie l.aguna Ranch Rebels who hold the first place position in the local Pony League play which includes four teams, the league is composed of teams from Rio Grande City and one from Roma. Pictured are left to right kneel- ing: Michael Saenz, Noe Pena, Ricardo Garza, Armando Oliveira, Crackdown On Illegal Aliens Will Continue LOS ANGELES - Fed- eral immigration agents are stepping up a drive against Mexicans' entering the United states Illegally. More than 2,000 illegal aliens — most of then1 from Latin America — have been arrested in a series of raids, the largest in California in three years, and officials said the mass crackdown will continue in- definitely. Donald T. Williams, acting director of the U.S. Immigra- tion and Naturaligation Service, said the raids were ordered be- cause routine investigative ef- forts have been unable to rope with the growing number of aliens. Estimates of how many il...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

I IS © * |g0#*3 JRNITURE 1" SPECIAL! SPECIAL! -PORCELAIN ENAMEL SINK 3-PC. MEDITERRANEAN ChX" BEDROOM SUITE « - $99.95 SALE !j> / O Reg Price $189 95 SALE $ 113 ' EKL HBiNETS LOVE SEAT SOFA SLEEPER Reg. Price $19.95 i J i J ln durable vinyl. Foam mattret* Reg. Price $199.95 NOW $10^ Sited M9.95 to'129.95 Vcriun... M/onderful selection includes * mt, r~. ve'y iize, type, style end "B Cff a $ Q 2f f .T °—*>r r*>*< olor Many one-of-a-kind! A® lv QQ *~J7 ZENITH TRANSIST0I RADIO $8!° . 'r MEDITERRANEAN ' | * P k Bm«h htnd-rabtwl to ■ m*Uow glow, $59995 J i ?lifp*S§|§ irvfcj affects to door fronts You get the spacious 1 —.■ 111 ' seeped oval extension Table plus et of six £ JBfig 1 Jiairs with upholstered seats ^ [ 1 17 cu. ft. NO FROST REFRIGERATOR ALL DELUXE FEATURES Reg. Price $369.95 - 286 - iW ■• . * ' IMATIC ISHER LY $177 T i SPECIAL! 3 PR. BOOKCASE ENSEMBLE ihelves $98. DESKS IN HINT STYLES I n M I OW AS $68. ««0 QUALITIES Ret 9.05 to S 419.95 M kOM " SPECIAL? QUILTED V...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE KIO GRANDE HKKAl.P WW,I 14 Compliments Of CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME The Family of Faustino Guerrero wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all those that accompanied them during their time of deep loss., They espe- cially wish to thank those that send floral arrange- ments or dedicated mass to our loved oned. Sincerely, The Guerrero Family The Family of Secundo Guevara wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all those that accompanied them during their time pf deep loss., They es|>e- cially wish to thank those that send floral arrange- ments or dedicated mass to our loved oned. Sincerely, The Guevara family The family of Cesaro Garcia wishes to express their sincere appreciation to all those that accompanied them during their time of deep loss., They espe- cially wish to thank those that send floral arrange- ments or dedicated mass to our loved oned. Sincerely, The Garcia family The family of Rita O. Lopez wishes to express their sincere ap...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 I i ■ MMMMMAMMMM CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports] . - - — ■ - ■* WASHINGTON, D.C. — As South Texans know, the var- ious manpower training pro- grams provided by the fed- eral government in recent years have not met the needs of individuals with limited English-speaking ability. They are penalized in the areas of job counseling, job referral, institutional training, and many other basic ingredients of ex- isting manpower programs. In an effort to help remedy this situation, I have introduced in the House a bill to provide increased job training oppor- tunities for these individuals. The legislation is designed to make it possible for all types of persons, institutions and or- ganizations to participate in needed programs. My bill provides for Federal assistance to States, local edu- cational institutions, and cer- tain private nonprofit organi- zations to enable them to con- duct bilingual training pro- grams primarily in a la...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

SuHSDAY. v. m, THE RIO UKANUL '< ^ TnUKoL/n i a Mg|| IF WE DON'T CARE • • • 'Vs/ a m h % i & ♦2 "X. r/ % ■x - X?- ^ .. • h, t'A\ ■ v V -* V It V \ 1/ «r A ii#6 *11 \ \ :\ \ if.' ' ^ •V. V. . VX .;•;. Wm& ' 'tel. '■■ ■: K WHY TELL INDUSTRY WE DO? Let's dean it up n i-

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

THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 t • I - •1- - . * A Round Meat Price Increase Appears To Continue Senate Voting On Farm Bill WASHINGTON - The Senate begins voting today on a new five-year farm program which sponsors say will protect growers against economic fail- ure while guaranteeing con- sumers would benefit from fill- ing prices. | Senate leaders hope to pass the complex legislation by the end of this week. But numerous amendments are to be offered before the final vote. The bill, drafted by Demo- crats and farm-state Republi- cans on the Senate Agriculture Committee, would put into ef- fect a new approach to arm- income support based on target prices for the major crops. The target prices for wheat, feed grains and cotton are fixed close to the present high mar- ket prices. If prices were at the target level at the start of the pro- gram in 1974, there would be no income payments to farmers. But if prices fill, and some experts predict this will happen beca...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

THURSDAY, JITNE 7, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Gonzalez names students honored for achievements t 4 HONOR ROLL STUDENTS — Principal Ricardo Gonzalez awarded these honor roll stu- dents at Ringgold Primary School with certificates of honor for their scholastic achieve- ment during the past school year. The students made all A's and B's to earn their honor roll standing. a '-H'- # ' *" t'mesa RINGGOLD SAFETY PATROL — These students served on the Safety Patrol at Ringgold Primary School during the 1972-73 school year. The Safety Patrol students, sponsored by Arturo Garza, helped guide their classmates to the cafeteria and served on playground duty. They received honor certificates for their participation in the safety program. Ringgold Primary School honor recipients were an- nounced by principal Ricardo Gonzalez at the close of the school year. The students re- ceived honor certificates on the last school day. Certificates were given for participation in the Safety Patrol and f...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

) ?• r i j I 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY that's where its at IN Furniture Air Conditioners Appliance And Anything For Your Home! RABANfTOS POR CHARLES SCHUL7 fimXo b4ei tM\ V E9? rmvao le&o hoai tmios, (I /\GEPTq ^BKGWE Hl^foWA /CO; PO ACEP1EG LA KALIPAP NO IrtAplD^ 6WE (JtANVG E.E W, G&ELM/fe A F^PCHPO EH LA WSTQ&APBU B068OL , "ELPAPELEGMOV taNtO. A LA REALIU^ CT ES-Tt dUE<30 ANTES fe V/NU(JltO^?> ESFEPD QUE 9' ' )PQU£7 A NO Q0lER)i E COMA UNA $J2PlENi f£ NOOOPISA •' tr f^lUNA $Rfl&A TE rtoi^A st 0tyl&p&\ E^TABA^ib \ ^M^'ANEO-J ^B3To £5 IMR^IBLE' 6 05NO PUCCX? LAN^AP OJANDO T0DD6 VIE- NEH A LA LOAAA PARA HACEC^E" ffea)N"TA5? — ; <Wmrfh £'TECAS(UEN'\ /fffffe VA^\ ^ K^lArj law Ifel ftffl W PE" " •£# > , MlftOX® "* ' "HT iCO^TA BOLA' /'6ANAM0S, CAREITOg/ / TO NEGKKA£ 0NA6E- 03:TAP\A (te . TE AAJCE. QAPLITO^.' "Vj ^ rL0G|Q^1D^V/No N EE OFfE KTA KpMi- OGJmpO". HO r&MAS-' vftJEtE fefBtPTE, 5/V/ $ I^CCpA SOLA! /'Ibpo a, sufa ;■ /6ANA/V\0S EL PRIMER ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 7 June 1973

} i • 1 THURSDAY. JUNE 7. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 ; i j?[ I SLIGHTLY USED BUT NOT ABUSED.. PHILCO 23" COLOR T¥ CONSOLE. MAPLE F!NISH EARLY AMERICAN STYLING ORIGINAL $i>?9.00 NOW $149?5 RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE RIO GRANDE CITY 487-2723 REPOSSESION PHILCO COMPONENT SYSTEM AM/FM STEREO PHONOGRAPH REGULAR $199.95 NOW RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE RIO GRANDE CITY 487-2723 GOOFED SPECIAL ORDERED 21 CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR... BUT WE RECEIVED THE WRONG COLOR COPPERTONE... WILL SACRIFICE... $100?° RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE RIO GRANDE CITY 487-2723 USED AIR CONDITIONER SEVERAL SIZES AVAILABLE—HURRY!!! AS LOW AS 00 RAHIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE RIO GRANDE CITY 487-2723 HONORS From Page 1 and Victalia Gonzalez, were also honored. Following the theme of "Pages from the Past", the accent for the program was on books. Books have played a large part in the lives of the honored graduates throughout their lives and also in the lives of the Munsell family, as Mrs. Munsell ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

' 1 RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI Thursday, -f<0 '7? 1 W" Rio Grande City, Texas like it RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR J.M. (Chema) Alvarez a partner in the El Quiote Gravel Company has been going around explaining that the equip- ment that his company rents-out for landscaping is really his. The equipment was reportedly property of the City of Roma in another county newspaper, but that paper later said they were sorry for getting their facts mixed-up. But, old Chema says .... "Everytime I lease out some piece of equipment, my customers always ask .. . are you sure this is not City of Roma equipment?" He doesn't like it one bit. * * * * Speaking of equipment .... If you are ever in the Roma area observe, if you will, the different county doing work on private properties . . . for example making sanderos and other such work. The equipment is suppose to be under the care of the County Road Superintendent .... ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Vo>*n with tissa pelerson Catholic. Daughters install officers Woman's role as wife and mother has long been praised and lauded, but now it's Dad's turn. It's easy to put Dad in second place, it seems. Mother's Day comes first, you noticed, but we must all remember the hardship, the worry, and the work that go with being a Dad. * * * * One famous Father, Edgar A. Guest, a devoted Dad, wrote: Old women say that men don't know the pain through which all mothers go, and maybe that is true, and yet I vow I never shall forget, the night he came. I suffered, too, those bleak and dreary long hours, through: I paced the floor and mopped my brow, and waited for his glad wee-ow! I went upstairs and then came down, because I saw the doctor frown and knew beyond the slightest doubt, he 'vished to goodness I'd clear out. * * * Then morning broke, and oh, the joy; with dawn there came to us our boy, and in glorious little while, I went in th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

J 3 Demonstrating is their bag... Four Starr County 4-Her's were selected as winners out of twelve hundred participants at the State 4-H Round-up con- tests held at Texas A&M Uni- versity in College Station, June 5-6. The state 4-H Round-up contests is the highest level of competition for 4-H members presenting method demonstra- tions. All participants at the state level have been winners in their respective county and district Round-up; thus, repre- senting the best of over 175,000 4-Her's in Texas. Representing District 12 and Starr County were: Nina Maria Salinas, Ma- rio Guillen, Heron Escobar and Raul Hinojosa all from the Starr Grande 4-H Club. In the individual competition of the Natural Resources De- monstration, Nina Salinas re- ceived the second highest award of a check for $15.00, a certi- ficate and a silver medal pre- sented by the Texas Forestry Association. Her coach, Mrs. Fernando Salinas, also received a certificate recognizing her for her efforts in encouraging...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 COURT RECORDS Manuel Ramos Jr., disregard stop sign Manuel Ramos Jr., no driv- ers license Joce Luis Munoz, disregard stop sign, fine $18.00 Sixto Ochoa, speeding 41/30 mph, fine, $18.00 Kenith E. Gillespie, speed- ing 45/30 mph Guadalupe Guerrero, no driv- ers license Guadalupe Guerrero, disre- gard stop sign Daniel S. Lopez, disregard stop sign Alma C. Solis, display ex- pired motor vehicle inspec- tion sticker, fine $18.00 Jimmy G. Cruz, disregard stop sign Cleofas Castillo, disregard stop sign Agustin Ramirez, disregard stop sign Martin Sanchez, speeding 47/30 mph, Fine, $18.00 Dana C. Brown, speeding 40/ 30 mph. Gerardo D. Izaguirre, dis- regard stop sign Delia Guerrero, no drivers license Delia Guerrero, disregard stop sign Jerry M. Gentry, insufficient number of live saving devises on motor boat Isauro Villarreal Jr., over 32,000 axle Guadalupe G. Lopez, driving without a license, fine, $500.00 Bond passed to county court J...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

i* 4- 4- i THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Stem'* 77ft 1017and, 649 cuM yet frd/uemMt Court Oblates hold installation The Texas Highway Depart- ment announces the beginning of construction on the 1973 Asphalt Seal Coat Program. This resurfacing work includes projects in the counties of Webb, Cameron, Duval, Hidal- Squires attend confab John Andre Clarke, senior at Rio Grande City High School, has been selected to attend the High School Honors Science In- st'tute at Hardin-Simmons Uni- versity in Abilene. Clarke of 407 E. 3rd and 37 other Texas high school seniors will at end the instituteon"En- vironment, Science and Man," July 1-6. The seminar will introduce concepts of environmental anal- ysis from the various perspec- tives of the earth, life and phy- sical sciences. The institute will also provide laboratory and field experience for the students and provide in- formation on career opportuni- ties and educational require- ments in science and math fields. Stu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Conservation .6/ bySILVESTRE GONZALEZ District Conservationist Locally-led conservation pro- grams such as these carried out through the Starr County Soil and Water Conservation District have dramatically re- duced many forms of pollution and have Improved the quality of our environment. Many of us who have been con- cerned with conservation for a long time find it a little startl- ing that our goals of conser- vation, purer water, and a bet- ter environment are now in the middle of a national crusade. Reforestation, establishing grasses and brush control, land leveling, and other conserva- tion practices installed by landowners have had a big im- pact on pollution abatement. The SCS has been gi ving tech- nical assistance to local soil and water conservation dis- tricts with conservation pro- grams since 1939. Sediment, for example, con- tinues to be the largest pollut- ant of water, as it washes from unprotected land into stream...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

. I . I. I 4~ •f Diocese Priests Follow The Father Gustave Gollbach Circle 1481 attended the Sev- enth annual Squire State Con- vention In Corpus Chrlstl. Ele- ven local boys made the trip. Attending the convention were Bobby Villarreal, Jorge Gon- zalez, Luis Garza, Noe Gon- zalez, Franco Madrigal, Re- ne Olivarez, James Clarke, A- drian Clarke, Mario Lopez, Oscar Garcia, and John Clarke. While in Corpus Chrlsti, the boys attended the Squire ban- quet, and went on a sight-see- ing boat ride. They also spent an afternoon at the beach. John Clarke won the State Circle essay in the 16-18 age group. He received the award at the banquet. American Week Essay writ- ing awards were presented to the following students by Mrs. A. M. Cortez and Ricardo Es- parza, representatives for the Joaquin Cigarroa Memorial Foundation: Junior High: 1st place ($50.00 U. S, Savings Bond), Rosa Maria Salinas 2nd place ($25.00 U.S. Sav- ings Bond), Norma Villarreal 3rd place ($25.00 U. S. Sav- ings Bond, Mar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNK 14, 1973 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 <D © & MEN'S Shoes! ^H99T A MEN'S SOCKS < 7Q< GENTLEMAN'S BILLFOLDS 1 FROM belts *8." TO 99 B HOUSE SHOES STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 487-2933 i « 1 i iv • v. : ' 7 ' Hf • - ;'V

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973

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