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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
C. R. ANTHONY CO. STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FATHER W IS SUNDAY JUNE 17th THURSDAY, JUNE; 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 SHIRT SPECTACULAR For Very Special Dads The greatest shirt savings event of the year' Great short sleeve styles in polyester and cotton blends Fashion solids, stripes, and patterns one to suit every dad Men's sizes Give dad an entire wardrobe of shirts for Fathers' Day a Vm A Tremendous selection sport and dress styles at special low sale prices Our whole stock of sport and dress styles, placket collars, and many more Give Dad a whole new wardrobe of shirts for occasions. At very special prices. Sizes S, M, L, and 14 V2 to 17. And, don't forget all our other departments with all 1 items Dad needs for work and fun. He'll love you for it. POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT PANTS SOLIDS and PRINTS VALUES TO $12. POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT 11 CUFF PANTS Solids and Prints Flair Regular $16. Value ALSO FOR DAD WALLETS BELTS TIES *4 to *8. e For the man who manages money, for the...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
give him a REMINGTON SUPER DRYER OR HOW ABOUT A SCHICK 400 FLEXAMATIC SHAVER two bottle TRAVEL BAR TIE RACK w 33 s SI5.M S4.H Budget-Al/fti/ecf \ aj l/a/ves TOP PROTEN BEEF oven , chuck roast PROTEN BEEF rib steak WE ALSO GIFT WRAP FREE HOW ABOUT A SELECTION OF t £ 0\> C0L06H« CU'l'll'L cheer DETERGENT Giant Box with coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 6-20-73 «e88S88eg888888gSe8e8S88888BSe3888888Se88S v PROTEN BEEF (END CUT) 1 round steak ^sssfisssssss^^^sssiissssssssssssssassssssssssassssssssi s139 GROUND CHUCK u>.89< CLUB STEAK ., $1.29 BEEF BRISKET u,«9f TRIPAS p 59C RIBS \BACON Swift Premium .Lb. 95C and many, many more TROL SHAVING BAYER Betty Crocker CAKE MIX 3' SI. soap CASHMERE BOUQUETE WOOL LITE DRANO.. Crystal White LIQUID DETERGENT 32 oz , B.ith Size 10^ ...16 oz. 99( 69< King Sizt i?( FRAHKS.^.fr.?!?.1?.™ as oz. Pkg) 69< ^ A U SAGE ^roun ®erve) Swift Premium FRANKS <12oz. PkS.) 48c maxwell house COFFEE 1 lb. can with coupon Limit 1 P...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
12 QZ P!AZOL&v CORN J)!L MARGARINE 1 lb. carton FLOUR DETERGENT J/2 G&LLOR BOUNTY TOWELS JUMBO King Size m With coupon l\ J Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Valley Mart Thru 6-20-73 KING SIZE BOX super b0x „ suds 69c Summertime Refreshing HASS AVOCADOS 84's PINEAPPLES.::™.: 4 $l.00 APPLES,;- 'V . _ii. 29( korner JIFFY OR GLADIOLA CAKE MIXES ASSORTED FLAVORS BOX HUNT'S CATSUP 14 OZ. BOTTLE SALAD BOWL Salad Dressing QT. JAR c For Cooler Summer Mea/s WI ^ - K \ with coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 6-20-73 hsasee-^asBeeeeeeA TOTINCS PARTY PIZZA HAMBURGER. SAUSAGE, CHEESE Vahlsing CORN on the COS Vahlsing SHOESTRING POTATOES Birdseve ORANGE JUICE ^ BLEACH ""' 29* ^NAPKINS 10* •nCADC REMARKABI-E 1Q< W EMPLfe# NO. 2 1/2 CAN WT •1 in P it k s?< 20 OZ.. 4 for $!. T ,. ..C oz. can 4 for $1. MR. BOSTON FISH STICKS 4Q WHITE CLOUD BATHROOM TISSUE ^Hl. B1ANS A H joo can 5f0R$l • 5°$1. $3.M FOIL DIAMOND STANDARD c Si DOG FOOD PURINA HIGH PROTEIN 25 LB. BAG I LB....
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
¥fffB3BT?^u5?^T3ri9!7?,TH^RTorGRANDE HERALD PAGE MEN'S ^EN*S| SPORT COATS KNIT SLACKS T-SHIRTS SHORTS BRIEFS GIFT SITS urn *01 col®6* STARTING FOR SUMMER COOK-OUTS! HOW ABOUT A Bar-B-Que Grili AND Utensils <0 *£ t0V00^ STYRO FOAM ICE CHESTS ALL SIZES AND SHAPES MEN'S FASHIONED KNIT SHIRTS AT WINN'S WE HAVE EVERYTHING THAT SPECIAL MAN... GIVE US A TRY... VARIETY STORES STARR PlAZA SHOPPING CENTER
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
VEPARTM&m SPOOL YARDS $ POLYESTER PRINTS 2 ff RES. t.W ZIPPERS 9 <1? ■Ffi CM u. Af«"t , ACRYLIC YARN REG. I. SO REG. 59< EACH PAIR FOft * s. DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT REG. 51.99 SHOWER OOt - CURTAINS OO REG. 10.95 - 5 SPEED < HAND MIXER SHEETS S!" HOUSEWARE and DRUG REG. 3.99 /> . ' A ' - ■i: DRAPES $2.w REG. 6.99 BED SPREADS REG. 10.95 I -rr 'K "5 ' ' %k>v. . > <' . ■ • -yc> • • \* .v>> <w*-^xwv lb- * 1 W'tonc HOUSEWARES and DEPARTMENT «0«|« COME RIO GRANDE CITY
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GR\NDE HERALD PAGE 16 « SH^ olqgwes WMMiifMH lilt SHAVERS 0^ !$> v^VV Light His Fire If You Care With A To Give Him The Beautiful Very Best- Check Out LIGHTER! Our Great Selections. Come Early For Best Selection! Great Selection PEN and PENCIL SETS T" ' "V RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ■Mwnar-. ,-fc u - fc,ti, m; ,n rj. a Bill '•••I for that EXTRA SPECIAL GUY! EVERYTHING for THE BRIDE and BRIDESMAIDS! WE DON'T HAVE TOO MUCH FOR DAD, BUT WE SALUTE YOU! TERRY CLOTH 60" WIDE DOUBLE KNIT m ■9 YD. DACRONS and COTTONS DOUBLE KNITS Assorted Colors and Prints ••••••••v. % MEN'S WEAR DOUBLE KNIT 60" WIDE FABRICS STARR PLAZA RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
T^r. ~T ru* m F VALUE AT ALL LFD STORES!! ■7 " I ti#h7-';.-V i "'«r IJ Vfeg DOLLAR MEANS STORES! [EST VALUES FOR EVERY ROOM - SAVE ON ALL TOUR NEEDS! <D •*k\ fa " ,i; ■:#:< i-A • fV&ivjfc r' X4 _rr f iV ymiimvi SCALY [RESS fcchase of suite It * r- > Ft i M ft : * ; %V V rfi Vi v4 5 TIIE I MTU I) STATES OF PORTABLE - ZENITH TELEVISION- ;?>v !f*" 9$ WITH PURCHASE OF DINING ROOM SUITE (O .Si •4i I J automatic TOASTER WITH PURCHASE OF AUTOMATIC WASHER ,C, m (ware RCHASE EnE WETPROOFi BABY ■ CRIB MAnRESS WITH PURCHASE Of - BUNK BED SET I ill U ~ 111. i i 4 ir>< 4 DOOR WALL1 CABINET with purchase of sink FOAM ■ RUBBER$I PADDING WITH PURCHASE OF RUG OR CARPETING ANY SIZE ALSO FOR tol FATHERS DAY: kSi. ~i«/. r 4L LARGE ■pLLa / (BOOKCASE 1. * <1 Vj 1 * WITH PURCHASE OF BABY BED I ELECTRIC$I ALARM CLOCK WITH PURCHASE _ OF MAnRESS SET L*V, T DISTRIBUTORS 300 EAST MAIN i csp
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 19'. 3 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Federal tax system as it now stands places a severe bur- den on small business enter- prises, which as we know in South Texas are the backbone of our economy. Generally speaking, big business payo a lower rate of taxes than small business. Obviously, this is not a healthy situation. Unless it is changed, we face the possibility that ma- ny small concerns eventually will be forced out of business and many potential new enter- prises will never come to life. With these considerations in mind, I have introduced in the House a bill to provide income tax simplification, reform, and relief for small business. Its principal provisions, briefly stated, are as follows: Establishing permanent gov- ernment and small business advisory machinery for simpli- fying tax laws and tax forms. Setting lower rates for smal- ler business, and particularly for new small business firms; Promo...
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
! 1 * $ 1 OEO Head Ruled In Illegally THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 WASHINGTON - A federal judge has struck anoth- er blow at the Nixon adminis- tration's plans to shut down the Office of Economic Opportun- ity, but time and money contin- ue to run out on the antipoverty program. U.S. District Court Judge Wil- liam B. Jones ruled Monday that OEO Acting Director How- ard J. Phillips is serving ille- gally, and eijoined him from any further actions in tlat ca- pacity. OEO officials declined to comment on Jones' action 'intil they had an opportunity to read the decision. The decision opened the pos- sibility that new legal moves would l>e made to nullify some of Phillips' actions designed to carry out his presidential man- date to close down the agency. Judge Jones ruled that Phil- lips lias served illegally since Jan. 29, 1973, saying tlat Nixon did not submit Phillips' name to the Seinte as nominee for di- rector as required by legisla- tion creating OEO. T...
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 On Western White House HIT , ■■ f Government Paid $10,000 On Water And Sewer Lines :,z AT STATE--Recently returned from the State 4-H Round-up held at Texas A&M Uni- versity are (left to right) Nina Maria Salinas, Heron Escobar, Raul Hinojosa and Mario Guillen. All of these 4-H'ers are members of the Starr Grande 4-11 Club in Rio Grande City. They represented the twenty-one counties of District 12 at the state level in demon- stration contests. The Natural Resources demonstration presented by Nina placed second, Raul and Heron v-on fifth place with a team demonstration in Landscape Horticulture and Mario gained ninth place in a hard fought battle with twenty other contestants in the Farm and Ranch Management contest. The group was supervised at A&M by two of the coaches, Mrs. Fernando Salinas and Mrs. Mario Guillen and the local county extension agents. WASHINGTON - Soon after President Nixon pur- chased his California se...
Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
I t y THE RIO GRANDE HERALD BAY CITY-- A group of South Texas power suppliers an- nounced here recently that they had begun i urchasing land south of Bay City as the site for a nuclear electric generating plant. The plant, which is planned for operation in late 1080, v.ill have an initial generating capa- bility of 1.150 megawatts. A second 1,150-megawatt gener- ating unit is expected to go into operation at the site in 1982. Tot ill cost of the project will be several hundred million dol- lars. The South Texas nuclear pro- ject is a joint venture of Cen- tral Powei and Light Company and Houston Lighting and Power THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1073 PAG! 21 CPL announces purchase of land Company. The City Public Ser- vice Board of San Antonio will decide by July whether or not they will become a third major partner CPL President Barney M. Davis said at a press conference here today that about three- fourths of the land needed for the nuclear plant had already been acquired. The site is lo- cate...
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 June 1973
THURSDAY^ JUNE 14, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Re-election Committee Legal Fees Total Almost $250,000 This Year WASHINGTON - Pres- ident Nixon's re-election com- mittee has spent nearly a quar- ter-nrtlliondollars for legal fees in less than a year, most of it to defend top officials in law- suits arising from the Water- gate break-In. In its quarterly report to the General Accounting Office, the Finance Committee to Re-elect the President said Monday it nad spent $146,639 on legal fees in the past three months alone. A check of all the com- mittee's reports since last July shows the total spent on legal fees so fcir is $237,725. APPLY NOW We Train Men to Work As LIVESTOCK BUYERS If you have some livestock experience we will train you to buy cattle, sheep and hogs. For a local interview, write today with your background. Include your complete ad- dress and phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 2 East Gregory Blvd. Suite 307 - 308 Kansas City, Mo. 64114 I alllr anj Atyrr* Thank Yo...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
1 i. RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 21 Thursday, June 21, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas jcaaggaagukJMuuviu; Local girl gets six months U.S. Federal District Judge Ben Connally sentenced a Kio Grande City woman to six months in jail and five years probation in formal sentencing Tuesday morning. Connally sentenced Sharon Newell to six months in a fed- eral prison and five years of[ supervised probation for con- viction of possession of mari- juana with intent to distribute. Miss Newell has 10 days in which to appeal the sentence. Board Meets In a special recessed portion) of the regular June meeting] the board late Tuesday evening] named Guadalupe Villarreal as J temporary head of the Emer- ( gency Aid Act program. In other action the board ap- J proved a special audit dealing ] with federal programs. Board takes everything but title from federal program director... The Rio Grande City School Board of Trustees rippe...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
"i THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 town >\itli tissa peterson How fascinating it is to see little hands and little minds at work. It is a never-ending circuit of surprises to see the tilings they can do: little fingers struggling with shoe laces, little hands stacking blocks, little feet running and jumping, little eyes eager and smiling, and little ears always listening and learning. * * * * Our responsibility to these little people is great. These little, hands will someday take over the work that we are now doing; these little feet have long and difficult roads to journey; these little eyes have a big world to meet head-on; and these little ears and little minds have so much to hear and learn. * * * * May we "big" people strive to guide the little hands and direct the little feet without making all the moves and taking all the steps for them; let us try to make the world a better place for little eyes to face; and let us fill the little ears with laughter ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 f J 1 TOWN from page 2 attending. Western style music was played, and many colorful western outfits were worn by the men and women both. If prizes had been given, I think that the overalls worn.by D.V. Guerra Jr. of Weslaco would have taken the grand prize. * * * * Saturday night the Florence J. Scott Study Club held their Sum- mer Social. The party carried a Western theme and was held at the Roundup, with bandana printed table cloths and rustic wes- tern decorations. The party was planned by Mrs. Gilberto Gar- cia and her committee, Mrs. R.R. Guerra Jr. and Mrs. Ross La- Grange. Attending the social were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Garza Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Juan Lino Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Gutier- rez, Mr. and Mrs. Gilberto Garcia, Mr. and Mrs. Pablo F. Pena Jr., Miss Lucinda Hinojosa, Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Garza, Mr. and Mrs. Santos Porras Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, Ivlr. and Mrs. James E. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ross LaGrange,...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PA3E 4 Carrillo United In Benavidez Saint Rose of Lima Catholic Church in Benavidez, Texas was the setting Saturday even- ing, June 1973, for the for- mal wedding ceremony of Miss Annabelle Lee Carrillo and Se- cond Lieutenant David Cava- zos. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fernando G. Carrillo of Benavides. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Zaragosa Cava- zos of Kingsville, The Rev. Fernando Igle- sias officiated at the double- ring ceremony. Mrs. Rodolfo Garcia was the organist, and the Adult Choir and the Catholic Youth Choir of Bena- vides provided the special music. The altar was adorned with arrangements of pink and white spring flowers. Two standing floor baskets filled with pink and white gladioli flanked the altar, and two large candela- bra holding 12 candles each, lighted the scenc. The center aisle, from the entrance to the altar, was lined with lighted candles in amber lamps. The pews were marked with love...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Statistics Say Marriage More Popular Than Ever .. Perhaps not as many couples insist on "Here-Comes-the- Bride" tradition, but federal statistics show that the institution of marriage is more prevalent than it ever was. A report on national marriage trends issued by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare shows that the number of marriages in the United States is increasing after having been relatively stable during the 1960-71 period. The latest federal statistics show that for the first half of 1972, the number of marriages was up 4.5 per cent from the figures for the first half of 1971. The rate of those periods was up 3.1 per cent. In June alone, traditionally the most popular month for marriages, 262,000 ceremonies were performed, an increase of about 3 per cent above June 1971. "We expect marriages to increase through the '70's,' said Miss Alice M. Hetzel, chief of marriage and divorce statistics at the National Cent...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 June 1973
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 'Removal' Of Democratic WASHINGTON - The disgrace and removal of the Democratic party's most ex- perienced professional was the real goal of the Nixon cam- paigners who planned the Wa- tergate raid, Senate investiga- tors have been told. In testimony that linked one former official after another to the Watergate wiretapping and its coverup, Jeb Strart Magr- uder said final approval for the espionage Plan that all involved knew to be illegal came from John N. Mitchell, then attorney general. The target, Magruder said, was Lawrence F. O'Brien, then the Democratic national chair- man and a foe much-feared for his political expertise. The idea, he said, was to gain infor- mation that would discredit O'Brien and thus the Demo- crats. Confessing publicly to con- spiracy, obstruction of justice and perjury, and protected from prosecution by a grant of immunity, Magruder said he had relayed details of the es- pionage plan to the office of...