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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Dean Supports Charges Of 4Enemy List' Ousted presidential counsel John VV. Dean lH today read documents to support his charges that the Wiite House keptan "enemies list" of politi- cians, newsmen, union officials and businessmen. The White House challenged Dean to say whether he leaked secret testimony about Water- t-Tate as [art of a strategy seek- ing immunity from prosecution for his own role in the case. Ttiat question vias not put to Dean immediately. Dean gave the Senate's Wa- tergate committee one memo- randum, dated June 12, 1972, in which then presidential coun- selor Charles W. Colson said a tax audit should be ordered against Harold J. Gibbons, a vice president of the Teamsters Union whom Colson considered an all-out Nixon enemy. Others marked by the White House as enemies, Dean said, included columnist Jack Ander- son, former NBC newsman Chet Huntley, Democratic par- ty chairman Robert Strauss, who was then party treas...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

•■I r THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Watergate Committee Member Says Nixon Has 'Stepped On' All Truth Seekers WASHINGTON A re- publican member of the Senate Watergate committee says the Nixon administration has "stepped on" anyone willing to search for the truth about Wa- tergate. Sen. Lowell O. Weicker Jr., Mho made the claim Thursday, also said that fired White House Counsel John W. Dean ED should be listened to when he appears before the panel. Dean, who has said he dis- cussed Watergate and a pos- sible coverup with President Nixon, will be the lead-off wit- ness when the hearings resume next week. "I think there is a great deal of credibility to a story that he is going to go ahead and tell, and I think the committee owes it to him to enable him to tell that story in full view of the public," Weicker said on a Pub- lic Television show, "Evening Edition." He was interviewed by Martin Agronsky. "Is his testimony credible? I think it is. "Nobody's attribut- i...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Poultry Raisers Hit Hard SMILEY, Tex.- Wal- ter Sheffield has viatched some chicken growers go broke but he says, "somis of them didn't fight and figure as hard. You got to stay with it day and night." He rides up a muddy road to a long shed and stoop# his head as he goes inside where 20,000 four-week-old birds peck, poke and wander about. He says he will raise the chicks in the shed to maturity although he will lose about 17 and one-half cents per chick be- cause of surging feed prices and the President's price freeze. For the first time in his 26 years in his business, he says he has destroyed some of his production by taking about 30,- 000 eggs out of the incubator before they hatched and dump- ing them. "It really is a hard decision when you are involved in the production of livestock which you at all times are trying to make live and to do good ... It is a disturbing &ct when you have to destroy it. You've been trying to ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 AUSTIN--The Texas Alcoho- lic Beverage Commission has started a study of how it can better collect taxes on liquor brought across the Texas-Mex- ico border. The study is the result both of a resolution passed by the Texas House of Representa- tives, HSR 244 by Rep. Menton Alcohol Commission To Study Better Liquor Tax Collections Murray of Harlingen, and by the fact that Commissioner R. L. Thornton Jr. of Dallas is irri- tated that when he was crossing the border into El Paso, a fed- eral customs official allegedly told him to keep going, not to stop to pay the State tax, be- cause it would slow down traf- fic. The ACB had a preliminary report on its study ready for the commission at its June meeting. It included a letter from-1 U.S. Customs Regional Commissioner Cleburne Maier, who said that Fedoral customs officers have been instructed to direct aU those bringing li- Charg es Filed Former POW Against Officers WASHINGTON - Two fi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 CONGRATULATIONS TO LINO PEREZ JR. ■t- YOU HAVE HEADED ONE OF THE STATE'S TOP ORGANIZATIONS AND YOU HAVE DONE IT IN GREAT FASHION! WE'RE PROUD OF YOU AND THE REST ~ " OF-THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS ESPECIALLY OUR HOMETOWN COUNCIL FROM THE STAFF- MANAGEMENT AND DIRECTORS OF THE FIRST STATE BANK and TRUST COMPANY Rio Grande City

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

>. • v.- DE SAULES COUNCIL IN 1928 -- This photograph depicts the Knights of Columbus De Saules Council No. 2597 in 1928. The council was instituted at Rio Grande City, Texas, on January 31, 192G, l>eing the second Spanish-speaking council to be organized within the United States and in the state of Texas. The conferring officers were: Honorable Joseph I. Driscoll, LLD, state deputy of Texas, and E.M. Rowley, district deputy, fifth district of Tampico, Mexico. The officers in 1928 were Frederick D. Guerra, grand knight; Higinio Garza, Jr., deputy grand knight; Gilberto A. Garza, chancellor; Jose L. Gonzalez, warden; Oscar T. Vale, recorder, Noe S. Guerra, financial secretary; Jose A. Garza, treasurer; John A. Pope, Jr., advocate; Clarence J. Bolleter, lecturer; Lau- ro Garza, inside guard, Pedro Acevedo, outside guard; Rosendo Martinez, trustee; Demetrio Garcia, trustee; Albino Ilinojosa, trustee; and Rev. Fr. Gustavo Gollbach, chaplain. Char- ter members of the De Saules Coun...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

"HURSDAY. JUNE 28. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 ..eaSrJS-ji -) * * I • fp • up Rio Grande City. Texas 70502 STARR COUNTY COURT HOUSE JUNE 25. 1973 DR MARIO E RAMIREZ COUNTY JUDGE A PROCLAMATION ATTESTING TO A MOST OUTSTANDING JOB DONE BY A LOCAL CITIZEN AND EX- PRESSING GRATITUDE BY THE COMMUNITY IN GENERAL. HIS CO-WORKERS AND SPECIFICALLY HIS FRATERNAL BROTHERS IN THE ORGANIZATION OF THE KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WHEREAS, Mr. Lino Perez, a life long resident of this County has served the com- munity in the local postal service for 39 years and as postmaster for a period of 16 YEARS AND HAS DISCHARGED HIS DUTIEb IN AN EXEMPLARY MANNER AND BROUGHT RECOGNITION TO THE LOCAL OFFICE; WHEREAS, Mr. Perez has di operated with local organiza COMMUNI TY; AN OUTSTANDING CITIZEN AND > NS IN EVERY WAY POSSIBLE TOV WHEREAS , MR. LJ has lived up to all as well as the loc; WHEREAS , MR. Li munity by his work Rio Grande River s of Mexico. He has i Perez has been a Knight of Columbia ie standards ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Farms Bill Gets Tentative OK I I | WASHINGTON - After accepting a new subsidy limit and a target price plan to su|>- port major commodities, the House Agriculture Committee has tentatively approved a farm bill loaded with con- troversy. The panel, finishing its pre- liminary chores Wednesday with a 28 to 4 vote favoring its draft version of the new gener- al farm legislation, arranged to meet today for its final deci- sions on the massive package. It includes a $37,500 per crcP annual subsidy payment ceiling instead of the current $55,000 level. A Senate-passed version would put a $20,000 annual sub- sidy limit on each farmer. The House, in a key vote last Fri- day on the Agriculture Depart- • ment appropriation bill, de- cided to go along with the Sen- ate's $20,000-a-farmer ap- proach and went another step by voting to bar the sale or lease of cotton acreage allotments af- ter Dec. 31. As the House committee put the last tou...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 I , <4 - L Posh Dental Office Offers Drinks, Decor To Help Ease Patients' Pain HIO DE JANEIRO -A Mercedes sedan pulls up to a tree-shaded mansion near Sug- ar Loaf Mountain A butler wearing a black tuxedo ushers the passenger into a well ap- pointed r.)om furnished in au- thentic Provencal style and ap- pears an instant later with a scotch on the rocks What is this — a reception for a visiting head of state? No It s an appointment with Rio dentists Isaac .laimovich and Antonio Nunes de Souza "There's nothing else like this in the whole world, boast- ed Dr. Jaimovich, 50, as he showed off his unusual office to a visitor "The purpose is to eliminate the aggression and anxiety that a typical dentist s waiting room produces in a patient. More of the same awaits in the dentist's chair Instead of looking at the traditional blank wall or Venetian blinds, the patient faces a panorama of trees, sky and mountains through curtainless win...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Psychiatrist Says Women In Touch With Emotions NEW YORK - More women should have beefr' involved in the devel- opment of psychotherapy, one psychiatrist believes. "The male psychoanalyst is the last person in the world fit to deal with feelings. Un- emotional, he has turned people off to their emotions by his intellectual approach," said Dr Daniel Casriel, a past president of the American Society of Psy choanalytic Physicians. "Women are more healthy. They are emotionally honest They have realized for years that individuals need love and bonding to other people who care about them. They know they feel pain although a male psychiatrist, approaching the emotion intellectually, calls it 'depression' and prescribes medication.' Dr. Casriel, a classically trained psychiatrist, was one of the first men in the East to become involved in group ther- apy as an alternative to one-on- one therapy. Now he is involved with the Casriel Institu...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUKE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 J" 4 X Lures Dangled Before Recruits TKENTON, N.J. - Out of work? Can't get into college? Try this job: $307.20-a-month to start, free medical and dental care, free meals, housing, clothing and legal aid, 30 days paid vacation, guaranteed job security and retire at 38 with benefits. "Interested in Army oppor- tunities, man?" asks S. Sgt. Frank Atkinson at the Army re- cruiting office here. "Did you graduate from High Scool? Do you have a record for anything — drugs, theft? Would you mind taking this test?" "Why not," says the pros- pect, who disappears for a half hour with a 48-question test, about evenly divided among verbal, mathematics, tool and matching squares categories. Cietting the prospect to take the Army screening test is a key hurdle toward adding his name to the "All-Volunteer Modern Army." Today's Army Pitch is about the same as it was 10 years ago, but instead of offering a man — or woman — $98-a-month under the th...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Brazil's No. 3 City Has Urban Woes BELO HORIZONTE, Brazil — The planned capital of Brazil's Minas Gerais state, inaugurated 75 years ago as a model of urban foresight, is struggling to head off an urban calamity. Built from scratch on a former cattle ranch. Belo Hori- zonte was designed as the even- tual home for some 300.000 people who would enjoy the fresh air and relaxed good life of the Brazilian interior. Today the city has a population of 1.3 million, smog, slums, traffic jams and a lack of schools, hospitals, telephones, drinking water, sewers and green space It is now Brazil's No. 3 city, after Sao Paulo and Rio de Ja- neiro, and the eighth biggest in South America The current administration of Belo Horizonte — which means 'Beautiful Horizon'' in Portuguese — Brazil's national language — is working fast to "humanize'' the city before it's too late. "Growth is a good thing. Mayor Oswaldo Pieruccetti said, pointing toward t...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 i I: i 1 Men Entering Nursing In Volume After Centuries Away From It IUDIAk) WAHE v PCAC£ oF sTO^E " NEW YORK When most people think of the stars of the nursing pro- fession they think of Florence Nightingale Few recall that during the Crusades of the 11th century, the celebrated knights of the Middle Ages banded together in military nursing orders to build hospitals to care for the sick and wounded Somewhere along the line they released their foothold and nursing became a women's pro- fession. But times are again chang- ing Men see nursing as a new frontier profession. Enrollment in schools of nursing across the country reflect this new atti- tude Such schools and profes- sional associations are recruit ing men on a massive scale, pointing out veterans benefits for education and scholarship assistance In 1953, total male en- Vt-WS fN(; _ W&Mwmm Itpp ' | >. % % ' UNIFORM STYLE — To meet the need for coordinated apparel for...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 America's Way of Wedding Changes Little Through Years, Author Says NEW YORK - What's dreamed of for years, planned for months, remembered for- ever — and over in half an hour? A wedding. Eighty per cent of all first marriages in this country are formal, says Marcia Seligson, who attended some 200 ceremo- nies, formal and otherwise, while gathering material for "The Eternal Bliss Machine," her new book on America's way of wedding. "The basic thing I learned in my travels is how little has changed," she says. "Most kids v ant exactly what their parents had. It's as though there were never such things as riots on campus, a sexual revolution, drugs. It's really startling. "'Hie kids getting married barefoot on the rocks are an in- finitesimal number," she adds. "Girls are programmed from the time they are infants to be traditional brides. It's an in- grained part of our culture." As a result, the bridal in- dustry takes in $7 billion...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

I THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Law 'Practiced' Inside Prison TKENTON. N.J. With a fancy name and a title mi the door, Henry Mosiello opened a law firm inside Tren- ton State Prison. The firm. Inmates Legal As- sociates, specializes in legal work for clients alreadly con- victed. It's the new breed of jailhouse lawyers. Now relinquishing his duties as executive director of the firm to continue his studies and work on a legal challenge to the county grand jury system in New Jersey, Mosiello, a con- victed murderer, has "left a flourishing "law practice" in the maximum security in- stitution. Mosiello, 35, was given a life sentence for the murder of a shopkeeper in February 1970, after a codefendant testified for the prosecution. Mosiello. who said he de- signed racing car engines be- fore his arrest, was made a clerk of the prison's small law library. where his shingle reads Hank Mosiello, Esq." From there he built up his practice. Mosiello's law work started ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

t- \ THURSDAY", JUNE 28, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 Local Students land HEW study jobs Linda Margot Lopez, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvaro Lo- pez of Rio Grande City, and Hil- da Mae Delgado, daughter of Margarita Delgado of McAllen, both psychology students at In- carnate Word College in San Antonio, have been accepted as interns in a twelve - month re- search project sponsored by the National Institute of Health, N1H, under the federal agency of Health, Education, and Wel- fare, HEW. Along with Mrs. Villalobos of San Antonio, another Incar- nate Word student, and three other undergraduates from Our Lady of the Lake College, the girls will work with Dr. Bird and Sister Lourdes Leal, speech pathologists from Our Lady of the Lake College, and Dr. Rich- ard Powers, psychologist at In- carnate Word College. The students will be investi- gating primarily the signifi- cance of socio-economic level and cultural background on both intelligence and speech deve- lopment. A major co...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1073 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 LEGAL NOTICE CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF STARR IN THE NAME AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF TEXAS, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE FOLLOWING PER- SONS: (1). The following named persons and the heirs and legal repre- sentatives of any of such persons who may be dead: Anacleto Barrera, Dora Barrera, Elfida Barrera, Elida Barrera, Mauro Barrera, Petra Barrera, Marion Jean Bristel, Ralph A. Bristel, R.W. Bailey, Fred L. Beissner, Rose Barron, Jesus Bazan, Del- fina G. Benavides, Tom A. Breeze, Jose Flores Cantu, Nicasio de la Garza, Celestina de los Santos, Francisca O. de los Santos, Pablo de los Santos, Raul de los Santos, Adelixia Escobar, Eloy Escobar, Eusebio Escobar, Gumercindo Escobar, Isaura T. Es- cobar, Ildeonza Guerra Escobar, Jose Maria Escobar, Lauriano Escobar, Lorenza Dora Escobar, Luisa E. de Escobar, Maria de Silva Escobar, Petra Lerma Escobar, Prudencio Escobar, Rey- naldo Escobar, Roman S...

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