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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 June 1973

r THURSDAY, JUNt; 28, 1973 THIi RIO GRANDE IIKKALL) PAGE 21 I \ t I I I ¥ Expert Says Wine Snobs Losing Out MIAMI — Americans are drinking a lot ot wine these days, and a man who lectures on the grape at Klorida Interna- tional University says many people are so blinded by wine snobbery they're missing some great buys. "Good wines are coming from many parts ot the world today, not just France That's my forte, digging up wines that are good values for under $5," says David Grier Gner teaches a class in bev- erage management at FIU un- der the community professor program, in which businessmen who are experts in a given field share their knowledge with stu- dents. Grier, 56, has 62 students, most of them interested in hotel management careers, and he teaches them everything from buying the booze to running a bar " About half the course is de- voted to wines, ana we've got so much interest that we re going to have a course devoted only to wines next September." he says. "This is the bes...

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

THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1973 THE KIO GRANDK HEliALD PAGE 28 |U|ll yn ; V f P H m * h ■ sur Tax Ruling Parochial school officials across the country say they're, disapi>ointed by the Supreme Court's rulings against state tax and tuition breaks for inv- ents of their pupils. But nany indicate they will continue to try other avenues, including a pendirn federal tax- credit plan. Civil rights groups praised the decisions, which they said were "more or less expected." In decisions Monday, the high court said New York and Penn- sylvania tuition reimbursement plans and a New York tax de- duction program for their non- public schools effectively fur- thered religion. Thus, the Plans violated First Amendment provisions on sera- ration of church and state, the high court ruled. Other New York programs to subsidize urban parochial schools in such health and safe- ty expenditures as heat, lights and custodial services and state-required record-keeping also were struck down. Terence Cardinal Cooke...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Vol. XXXI No. 23 Thursday ** 1973 Ten Cents Rio Grande City, Texas Little League winds up great season with banquet The Rio Grande City Little League Banquet was held at the High School Cafeteria Sun- day, Jily 1, at 7:30, The ban- quet honored all the 1973 Little League players, managers, coaches, and umpires. The 1973 Champions, the Rio Motors Cubs, coached by Mario Mo- rado and Jose Guerrero, re- ceived the Championship tro- phy. Master of ceremonies for the banquet was Samuel Ramos, president of the Rio Grande City Little League organization. The players recited the Little Lea- gue Pledge, "I trust in God. I love my country and will res- pect its laws. 1 will play fair and strive to win, but win or lose, I will always do my best." The welcome and introduct- ions were made by Samuel Ramos, and the Invocation led by Ruben Saenz. All attending were served a supper, followed by a talk by the main speak- e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 1 1973 LITTLE LEAGUE TROPHY WINNERS — Receiving the cham- pionship Little League trophy from Samuel Ramos, president of the Rio Grande City Little League, is Mario Morado, manager of the Cubs. The Cubs were also coached by Joe Guerrero and spon- sored by Rio Motors. The trophy is on display there. 1973 DODGERS — This year's Dodgers team, sponsored by Zarskv Lumber Co., was coached by Juan Laurel and Antonio Vela. The players were Amador Garza, Thomas Adams, Javier Hernandez, Rev Alvarez, Carlos Lopez, UbaldoGonzales, John Richmond, David Hollis Mills, Reynaldo Valdez, Armando Reynsa, Amando Reyna, Rodrigo Lopez, Freddie Zamora, and Ricky Zamora. THE GARMON FKID VY-SATl RDAV-JULY-6-7 only Mcintosh, the indian-fighter, STOOD BETWEEN ULZANA.THE APACHE- AND THE BLOODIEST MASSACRE OF THE WEST! BURT LANCASTER ULZAIM AS RAID m BRUCE DAVISON RICHARD JAECKEL SPECIAL FEATURE-DOUBLE FEATURE FOLLOWING WILL BE SHOWN SATURDAY ALONG WITH "ULZANA'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

4H THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 4* l' - * t town with tissa poterson It has already begun — the endless drone of firecrackers pop- ping from morning until into th night. But what are the firecrack- er-poppers celebrating, besides the re-opening of the fireworks stands? We hope that the sounds and sights of the fireworks will remind the people of this city, state, and nation of the perilous fight for our country's freedom, of the rocket's red glare, the bombs bursting in air, and the proof that our flag was still there through it all. Have a happy fourth of July, and proudly display the American flag, symbol of our hard-earned and precious free- dom! * * * * A most spectacular social event was the 'testimonial dinner Sat- urday night for Lino Perez Jr. Lino says he enjoyed both the toasting and the "roasting" given him by his contemporaries at the occasion. All his family were present, wife, Dora, and their four children, Lino III, Mrs. Richard L. Guerraof McAl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

Cushing Stars As Film Fiend NEW YORK Carefully pulling a white glove onto his left hand be- fore lighting a cigarette, actor Peter Cushing explains, "It's to keep nicotine off my fingers. I think the stains look so ugly in color films." A thoughtful gesture, since many horror films are in color and Cushing has appeared in some 40 of these, often as the fiendish Frankenstein (seven times), or "the chap who's al- ways trying to drive a stake through Dracula's vampire heart," or, perhaps for a change of pace, a hanged man who emerges from the grave to destroy the men who puv him there. A gentle, soft-spoken En- glishman, Cushing's latest sally into horror is in a film called "Asylum." advertised with the warning "You have nothing to lose but your mind " Usually talkative, the 59-year-old Cush- ing only will say about his part in this movie that "I'm rather an impetuous gentleman with the wonderful name of Mr. Smith who goes to a tailor to get a suit made and that's all I can tell you ....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

. , -) •> %■ 4 * { <fi 1 * j THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Arab Coffee Grounds Readers Tell Future Amethysts Ward Off Evils BEIRUT — Your future in the Middle East is as clear as mud — the grounds in the bottom of a Turkish coffee cup. "Tabsir," the ancient art of reading coffee grounds, is al- most an obsession with Arab women. If they aren't telling fortunes they're getting their fortunes told, much to the delight of Yemeni coffee grow- ers. While their menfolk profess scepticism in such female non- sense, even the most dedicated Arab male chauvinist is not above showing his dregs to a lady. Farida Maroun, a Dame For- tune from Cairo, holds court in one of Beirut's more fashion- able boutiques and boasts a clientele that includes I'resi- d e n t Suleiman Franjeih's daughter and several famous I -cbanese politicians. I cannot name names," she says discreetly. "I know noth- ing of politics but I have pre- dicted election successes for many candidates. Hea...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

Nonfiction Is Her Thing THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1913 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 T Author Likes To Read It And Tell It Like It Was NEW YORK - Helen? Hanff is an avid reader and a prolific writer. And what she prefers both to read and to write is nonfiction. "1 find the real world much more interesting than made up things," explains the author of television scripts, encyclopedia articles, speeches, magazine articles and books, the latest of which is "The Duchess of Bloomsbury Street." "I never can get interested in things that didn't happen to people who didn't live. "I like books in the first per- son by someone who lived THE FAMILY LAWYER A ttractive Nuisances When children come lo visit, chances are you feel a sense of responsibility for Iheir safely. But suppose a child comes onto your premises without permis- sion—or, perhaps, when you are not even home. Could you be held legally liable in case he gets hurt? Indeed you can, under the "attractive nuisance doctrine" now in force in mos...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 I -< - * * ■I • ) ■ r .f Designs for Soap Bar Barber-Minister Trims Locks Shorn Many Variations An<l ,oi"s C°uP'es ■" Wedlock In the future, non-pollut- ing products may get a start at the design school level. Students engaged in a fashion visuals program at Pratt In- stitute in Brooklyn recently were given an assignment to design a bar of soap They came up with some in- triguing ideas in form, texture, usefulness, even as they main- tained the requirements that in- cluded achieving a concept that was pleasing to the eye and a basic ingredient that was or- ganically grown In addition the soap had to clean the skin naturally without burning the user's eyes, it could not slip out of a user's hands, and it had to float in water The package had to be soluble or reusable and made of organic ingredients so it could be re- cycled. There were the easy to use soaps — one that was easy to handle with either the right or left hand, an a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Statues Line Mexican Street MEXICO CITY l'rob- ;ibl> one- of the least known tourist attractions of this capi- tal city is right downtown: the ill! bronze statues lining both sides of the broad avenue I'aseo de la Kefonna. The sculptures stand even 2U11 feet amid Kefornia's bustle, ignored by tourist and Mexican alike, gazing tranquilly across the rushing traffic to their coin- patriots at the other side of the street. They were meant to honor the heroes of Mexico's war of reform and French inter- vention. This is appropriate enough as I'aseo de la Reforma means literally reform walk." If they appear to be similar, it is because all the statues had to be life-size, and seven sculp- tors did them all, one turning out 20. Half are military figures and not one is a woman. Statues here lead a different life than their brethren in the United States. The figures, two from each state, are not gently buffed clean each day like their U.S...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 PAGE 9 •* - •I- • ' • Youth Judge Tempers Justice with Humor MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. ^Bi~~ Some people get the idea judges aren't supposed to make mistakes. So it will be refreshing for them to know that the judge of juvenile court in Hennepin County has a comic strip taped to his office door. The beagle dog in a "Peanuts'' strip is weary of a day full of "de cisions, decisions, decisions," and concludes: "I made 120 de- cisions today — all of them wrong." It probably wouldn't worry Judge Lindsay G. Arthur too much if he made a bum call along the way, because he won't admit to an aura of perfection. But some colleagues would say he comes close to making the right decision practically all the time The cartoon, and a slogan passed down from his late busi- nessman-father years ago and hanging on a wall, help to tem- per the setting of his chambers The apothegm reads. "I'm try- ing to practice the Golden Hule but I'm not very bright, so please len...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Census Shows Literacy Climb In Turkey ANKARA - Ac- cording to recently releas- ed statistics from the 1970 census, 11,729 Turkish women said they were 29. More than five times as many — 576,138 — said they were 30. Only 101,515 women said they were 39 while 503,654 gave 40 as their age. There were 44,132 49- year-olds listed and eight times as many — 333,202 — listed at 50. Census officials said these unusual figures were not due to a lack of vanity. They said many Turkish peasants do not know their exact age and sim- ply give the nearest round fig- ure when asked. Marriage statistics show the old Moslem custom of taking more than one wife has not died, although polygamy is against the law. There are 7,121,720 males listed as married and 7,384,391 females indicating 262,671 women are married to men with more than one wife. Some marriages didn't get much of a chance: Six males and 18 females under 14 years old are listed as divorce...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

■ " '■ —— ' ■ - - m Jewish Pioneers Live in Desert THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 HATZEVA, Israel - like a lost tribe of the Old Tes- tament, a little band of pioneer Jews led by a former court re- porter from Miami has been living in the sun-seared Negev Desert for six years, defying Is- raeli authorities and trying to build a colony in the wilder- ness. "Nobody would accept us when we came to Israel — they said that because we were Americans we could never take the primitive life in a frontier kibbutz," said Mrs. Judy Per- lmutter, 37, once from New York but now i>n Israeli citizen. "We set up our tents in the desert, we built houses and we dug wells, and we have sur- vived since 1966," said the bru- nette housewife. Some Israelis call them "the stubborn ones." At first, Simha-Sandy-Per- lmutter, the group's 39-year-old leader who left Florida to settle in the promised land, hoped to bring 300 American Jews to Is- rael. But the grand plan hasn't developed....

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

THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Not Seeing Is Believing SAN ANTONIO, Tex. - For Brenda Foley, not seeing is believing. Since early May, she lias been "practicing being blind," as she puts It. Though she has normal vision, Brenda wears a blindfold for about six hours each day to learn the accom- plishments of the sightless. Like making breakfiist for herself, which took two hours the first time. "Eggs? I scrambled them. They were very good, really," she says. Breakfast included orange juice prepared in a blender, toast "which was easy to make in a toaster," and a cup of cof- fee, although "hot things are treacherous" without sight, she says. Unlike some of her newfound blind acquaintances, Brenda's "blindness" is only temporary. It will end mext month with her role in a college production of "Wait Until Dark", a Fred- erick Knott play. Brenda, who graduates this summer from Trinity Univer- sity to become a high school drama and English teacher, says she won't for...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

kis&flissasa* THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 PAGE 15 - - -I f Best Sellers Begin At 40 Says Novelist Of First Writing Effort NEW YORK - When Marilyn Durham de- cided to learn to paint she started right in doing portraits. When she decided to learn to sew she went out and got five yards of wool and a pattern and made a coat. And when she decided — at thp age of 40 — to write, she sat down at her typewriter and in two months turged out a novel, "The Man Who Loved Cat Dancing." "If I'm going to do something I want to try to do it right and I don't want to start with little baby stuff," declared the In- diana housewife-turned-author as she lounged shoeless on the bed of her Manhattan hotel room. .Feet tucked under her and smoking one cigarette after an- other, she recalled the day a year ago when she was ironing shirts in her Evansville home She still held the starch spray can in her hand as she went to answer the telephone. "It was my agent calling from New York to sa...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

nmz THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Women Who Break Traditional Mold Are Sometimes Lonely Women today who break away from the traditional mold are sometimes "very lonely peo- ple" because they fall to get acceptance and support from other women, a University of Texas psychologist and educa- tor said Tuesday. Dr. Ira Iscoe, director of Counseling and Psychological Services at the University, spoke at a meeting of the Tex- as Association of Women." In his informal talk, Dr. Is- coe explained that women often suffer "a loss of identity and loss of relationships among other females" as a result of their goals or their positions in life. Counselors could aid those women through an Identity struggle by helping them recog- nize "that part of the difficulty doesn't reside in their inept- ness, but that they are awaken- ing anxieties, sometimes hosti- lities, in others," he said. Dr. Iscoe urged the coun- selors to provide young women with the support that "she has the r...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

f - + ir Students Learn Practical Arts FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Four years ago while an under- graduate at Ball State Univer- sity, Muncie, Ind., Nora Bennon took a course on woods, metals and plastics, just "for kicks." Today, however, she's teach- ing practical arts, a com- bination shop and art class, to seventh grade students at Jef- ferson Junior High School here. Miss Bennon admits she had to brush up on types of tools used in shop work and on the methods of construction. But she boasts her students passed a test about shop tools that some male teachers failed. She has used her artistic tal- ents to make posters explaining the rules of safety and different use of tools. Both boys and girls are en- rolled in the once all-male, nine-week course on basics of woodwork, implements and in- dustrial trades. "We learned together," Miss Bennon said. "As the students told me their interests, I got the books out to answer their Pilot Garden Project Will Aid Retarded FLAT GAP, Ky. - A small pil...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

I?- THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 LITTLE LEAGUE YANKEES — The Yankees were coached by Hernan Garza Jr. and Jose M. Alvarez this year and were sponsored by the First State Bank and Trust Co. of Rio Grande City. The team was made up of David Martinez, Ruben Saenz, Jesus Alvarez, Alejandro Perez, Antonio Alcazar, Eddie Lopez, Ramiro Guerrero, Rlcardo Saenz, Frankle Canales, Luis Garcia, Gerardo Garcia, Ellas Villarreal, Roman Vlllarreal, and David Garza. 11 iru vK j TWIN PALMS CARDINALS — Twin Palms Food Center sponsored the Cardinals who were coached by Mike Teran, Llsandro Garcia, and Pedro Ibarra. Playing for the Cardinals were Luis Falcon, Rene Ramos, Hector Carrera, Eddie Saenz, Danny Lopez. Ovidlo Pena Jr., Roel Guerra, Hector Guevara, Johnny Saenz, Roberto Navarro, Pancho Gom- ez, and Mario Rodriguez. A DINNER from Page 1 appreciation, representing the state committeemen. Repre- senting the State Service De- partment, Louis S. Parker Jr., director, also ga...

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