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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

I f t 1 -ft •* - t . v .1 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY that's where its at in Furniture Air Conditioners Appliance And Anything For Your Home! RABANITOS thursday, july 5, 1973 the rio grande herald page 19 FDR CHARLES SCWLZ WF ^oy "bap^uo - ' «> -5ks_, cqm60lta 54 v -■«rv' im w^iic^io t* al esre; v POIZ vet? l/s'sauta ugl sou... 6oco oue uo bpa eu eol smo umaciiea^tte ?eu7ta ue^e&iseot / jceeo qog we k*d/ \/ol- VIGWtO LOCO,,, EwciHaA PE (?eo mes/eotd 7&rri- blemsute sou?.. / (rm cdweolta a, tAAj. M igsta 0j0j-///yw, co0-w- mtj kaa6 l?£a pgflcjta (sksavttb/ 4 4 ^ \ M , WlMA il04ac61a jjocme1 /_ razc*j. v&fcla/ '-•^agas mox va ojj hetapo/ 0-7 / 6eam idea' gbtoa'b. cjq0£ tal um hoapa m03aamitot ,v/hw lao\b£zam£ em- a escocer,,, ceco, qoe tcugo uja eropciqki,. i!//iwfiavuto', sj81 .iY yc^e v/t^> N ' /«k3drq0e doctor c^liloe/ "t^ps^^t* 6c50jora ice"u4acna •j3we12 au poctcr,., /toco comewzd cuakldd ho wee cckmit? y vi eu-col,- sol-0 que wo era el&ol 6l)40.0uagicamh i3...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 July 1973

7TSW THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1973 THK HIO GRANDK HERALD PAGE 20 Los Olmos Creek projects gain final approval manv vtmrc nf offnrf anH Inc. . • • • Congressman Ellglo (Klka) de la Garza announced to Starr County Judge Mario E. Ram- irez and The Rio Grande Her- ald that the U.S. Department of Agriculture has put final approval on watershed work plans for Los Olmos Creek, covering 1174,351 acres, and Sandia Creek covering 125,549 acres, under sponsorship of Monte Muncho and Starr Coun- ty Soil and Water Conserva- tion Districts, and Starr and Jim Hogg County Commission- ers Court. "This approval culminates LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received in the office of the State Board of Control, Purchasing Div., State Finance Building, 111 East 17th Street, Austin, Texas until 11:00 A.M., on July 19, 1973 covering the proposed lease of space located in the City of Rio Grande, Texas. Bid proposals and specifications may be obtained from the State Board of Control. LEASE CODE: PW-6153L - The State...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

•ij if }% ,i |! "i i t \ VJ I i -a r a ,J - , -> i J " ' RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years No. 24 TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI Thursday July 12, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas Oh where, oh where, has our dear coaching staff gone'.'' The cows are in the pasture, the track looks crummj and the $2,G00.lTniversal Gym Set that the Rio Gran- de City Rattler Quarterback Club bought along with tax- payer's money is being destroyed ... oh where, have they gone? Recently, the Rio Grande City School Board of Trustees elected Roel Maldonado to head the high school coacliint; staff and already the football field is in shambles. The trac'i is over-grown with lniffi 1 grass and wee ;s, parts have been broken of: the Universal Gym Set (a gift from the quarterback club and the taxpayers . nci .e just don't seem to see any type of activity around the physical edu- cation department. We don't blame all that has happened to the football field on the head coach althou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 tovm wilii lissa peterson J All around us in Starr County we can see reminders of a time that is past. Rio Grande City boasts many historical landmarks, includ- ing the Grotto of Lourdes, Davis Landing, Fort Ringgold and the Lee House, Hotel Ringgold, the H.L. Bass home, and many other sites rich in history. We should be proud of this heritage and seek to pre- serve these landmarks. * * * What we may take for granted, many historians are finding inter- esting enough to study and write about. Rio Grande City was the top- ic of interest in an article by George Cormack in a recent issue of the San Antonio Express/New. He and his wife travel all over Texas and Northern Mexico to report, photograph, and write about what they find. What they found in Rio Grande City was a past rich in history and a town that reflects that history in many of its build- ings and landmarks. The article, entitled, "Ghosts of Past Intri- gues Haunt Landmarks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

I i i THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 I I V * Sun Isidro Girl — Lulu Olivarez, a junior at San Isidro High School will be among the fourteen hundred youth delegates attending the 1973 national meeting of Future Hotnemakers of America July 9-12 in Dallas, Texas. Lulu is Area X fifth vice-president. She also at- tended the State Convention at San Antonio in May. IMPACT '73 is the theme of the meeting. The new program action impact, designed by the youth members and based on pilot in-depth action projects carried out during the past year, will lie introduced. PACT sessions and Action Labs will provide an opportunity for de- legates to explore ways to carry out similar in-depth action pro- jects in their own communities. Pictured above are Lulu and San Isidro FHA sponsor Mrs. Maria Ramirez. Lemons Named To Football Board A.E. (Abe) Lemons, athletic director and head baseketball coach at Pan American Uni- versity, has l)een appointed to the national board of trustees...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Solski's No Ordinary Neighborhood Grocer u PARIS — It may be hard to find Mascara and bricks when you plan to drink the first with the second. A "brick" is a leaf of flaky pastry. Mascara can also be Al- gerian wine. And for any kind of weird food, Parisians make a pilgrimage to Israel Solski. He's a grocer, but you don't go to his store to pick up a quart of milk. Just behind the Hotel de Ville, his little shop is like a chunk of North Africa trans- planted from the souks. There are conical red bread baskets dangling from the ceil- ing, strings of dried pomegra- nates on the walls and any- where, a tagine or two. These coarse earthenware "casse- roles" in which Moroccans sim- mer their chicken are worth their weight in centimes when you consider the breakage rate. Neighborhood customers who pile into the shop — and bar- gain bitterly over olives at 50 cents a pound — come for that b a c k-home taste. Elegant French women enter in...

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

/. . 4 j V j % .1: THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Reducing feed costs to highlights program Worried about soaring feed costs? Wondering how to get more from your pastures and hay? Concerned about protein supplement costs and using urea? Confused about the pro- per choice of mineral supple- ments? Looking for a way to cut the labor in haying? Potential solutions to these and other problems will be pre- sented at the upcoming Beef Cattle and Pasture Forage Short Course at Texas A&M Un- iversity on Aug. 20-21 accord- ing to Dr. Dennis Herd, short course chairman and beef cat- tle specialist for the Texas A- gricultural Extension Service. Past short courses have em- phasized the importance of pro- per nutrition in improving re- production and t>erformance in beef cattle. This year's pro- gram is concerned with the most economic methods of sup- plying the nutrition required to maximize reproduction and in- come from the beef herd. Much of the information pres...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 PAGE 6 I 1 I Collective Study Evolves Into Women's Health Guide NEW VOKK - It began as a course of study for wom- en. telling about their bodies., their minds. It evolved into a publication b> the Boston Women's Health Book Collective, printed at the same time in hi rd and soft cov- er and available at a discount to health counseling services, provided they pass copies along for free Wilma Diskin and Ruth Bell, members of the Boston coller the responsible for "Our Bod- ies. Ourselves.'' say the best thing about the book is the re- sponse they're getting from oth- er women across the nation. They can read our book." Wilma said in an interview here, ' and they say, Ah ha! That happened to me.' We're not celebrities. We're just people who learned a lot of new things and wanted to share Pete Seeger Is Ecology-Minded NEW YORK Pete Seeger. folksinger of the hootenanny and of the Weavers, the first folk group really to become popular, did a lot to set the stage f...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1 i i*, me. wiu Lii<ajnuc. nc.nALu « — _ . ^ ^ Century Of Fashion' Shows Off . J 1 | * J- You can really have a ball in a museum. It may even be the best place to have such an event, said Charlotte Ford as she tied up some loose ends of a Fire- men's Ball which highlighted a "Century of New York Fash- ion" at the Museum of the City of New York Miss Ford is on the museum's board of direc- tors. "People feel closer to mu- seums than other things, and it really is fairly easy to plan a fund-raising function in one — once you get it off the ground " In planning a museum party, choose a ball theme with built- in museum backgrounds that provide charm, nostalgia or whatever, she advises Their ball would have significance be- cause the museum has a great display of old fire equipment It also would provide the color scheme — ladies were asked to wear red. black, white and men were to carry red handker- chiefs It helps if you begin such a ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Naval Women Live Much As Civilian Counterparts Do LEMOORE, Calif. — While some women may be starting to go down to the sea in ships, the WAVES at Lemoore Naval Air Station are staying on land in jobs they could be doing as civilians it's more like normal life than I thought it would be," said Carolyn Kropp, an airplane parts supply clerk for NAS Le- moore. "I do the same job a person would do on the outside except I wear a uniform and I'm on 24-hour call So why did she join the ser- vice? The reason is the old one of joining the Navy and seeing the world, at least the world away from her native Kansas. Other reasons a modern young woman might join the service could be cited by other WAVES: better opportunities, better pay and a desire to serve their country. What they find may or may not be what they expected The stereotype of everyone rising at the same early hour, standing in a long barracks for in- spection and marching around ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Sttexytf 6<M*6let fru6li4&ecl (Uf T t' Central Power and Light Company manager F.L. Nieder- john announced today that a new energy conservation booklet is available at the local CPL of- fice. The manager said the free 16-page booklet, called "The Electric Diet," shows dozens of ways to save energy and money on household electric bills. Customers can help the nat- ion's energy crisis and their own pocketbooks by following the suggestions in this new wise use booklet which features a houseful of ways to save on energy and their total electric bill, said the manager. Air conditioning is one of the prime household energy users and is often not used properly, he said. Set thermostats at the highest comfortable setting, which is 76-78 degrees for most people. For every degree you go below 76, you increase operating costs by about 10 per cent. At 72 degrees, you'll pay about 40 per cent more for very little more comfort. Dirty fil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

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

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 a whole new world for you... araway places? That's our specialty... we arrange custom tours and safaris at no extra cost. Check with us. We Plan — You Enjoy SANBORN'S TRAVEL SERVICE i Fairway Center McAllen Now we're Independent! <^oo€^rfbt We distribute ALL £i/®kp&ee/ BORDEN PRODUCTS DEPENDABLE SERVICE HOME DELIVERY DAILY call J0S1 LION GARCIA 487-2973 You Get More Here! QUALITY USED CARS! BARGAIN PRICED! 4®m CONSIDER A SECOND CAR! • CLEAN • TROUBLE FREE • READY CONSIDER SAIDAHA MOTORS 1000 W MAIN 487-2048 Class Studies Loneliness As Toughest Social Disease WATER COOLERS PLENTY IN STOCK SAVE $25.00 ON DENTED MODELS! RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE 705 W. MAIN 487-2723 RIO GRANDE CITY LEWISTON. Maine — 'My husband died three years ago and I can't stand it in the evenings The widow is sick of loneli- ness. In a search for help she recently joined 40 other persons in a darkened classroom at Bates College to take a look at thi...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

•"TM THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Women Fliers Seek More Air Safety AKRON-CANTON AIR- PORT, Ohio — One of aviation's First Ladies has spent the equivalent of eight full weeks in the air An- other says she always has had her eye on the future They are Mrs. Henry H. Tim- ken Jr. of Canton, chairman of the Federal Aviation Adminis- tration's Women's Advisory Committee on Aviation, and Mrs. James J Mensching of Akron, vice chairman Their committee meets twice a year in Washington. DC The whole thing is an educa- tional campaign for more air safety.' says Mrs Timken. whose late husband was chief of Timken Roller Bearing Co She became a flyer because 1 married one. she says Now she has logged nearly 1.500 hours of flying time without harrowing incidents, she says Hut if there had been any. she wouldn't discuss them Tm su- perstitious,'' she says. Mrs Mensching recalls read- ing Buck Rogers books and thinking the author's imagina- tion was fantastic Yet she sees th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 LEGAL NOTICE Here's the Answer Q. — Our garage cement floor was painted with a latex paint. We used salt to melt snow in our driveway last win- ter. Where the salt dropped from the car when it was in the garage, the paint has peeled off. What can we do? A. — Scrape off all the peel- ing paint. Use a special bond- ing primer or masonry surface conditioner before painting again. All this will be useless unless you do something about preventing the salt from hit- ting the concrete floor. If you insist on using the salt, hose down the car, especially the wheels, before putting it in the garage. Q. — Recently I bought a house that has a flat roof with tar on it. I was told there should be at least two inches of water on the roof at all times. Is this true? What will happen if there isn't water on it? There is a shortage of water in my area. How often does the roof need to be tarred? A. — Flat roofs must have a slight pitch so that wat...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, i#73 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 Pabii Hinojes Husk Director I Rev. W.A. Park, Revival Pastor SPECIAL REVIVAL SERVICES Special revival services will be conducted next week, July 15- 22, at the First Baptist Church in Rio Grande City. The Rev. W.A. Park, pastor of the Ro- ma-Falcon Heights Baptist Church, will be preaching. Music for the week will be led by Pablo Hinojosa, music di- rector for the Emmanuel Mis- sion in McAllen. Sunday Ser- vices will be at 11:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Week-day services will be at 9:30 a.m. and 9:00 p.m. There will be plenty of music and singing in each ser- vice along with the Bible preaching. Visitors will be welcome. Lions thank public The Rio Grande City Lions Club would like to thank all of its supporters who made its chicken barbecue, held last Sunday, a success. The re- sponse of the public was so overwhelming, that it became necessary, in some instances, to refund money to some of the ticket holders. To these sup- porters, the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 "Cabaret of fashion County 4-H girls modeled their self-made fashions at the Starr County 4-H Dress Revue, "Ca- baret of Fashion," held Monday July 9, at the Multipurpose Center in Rio Grande City. Top winners chosen to repre- sent Starr County at District ■were Araceli Vela, Maid of Cot- ton, and Maria Dillia Montalvo, runner-up; Judy Fabian, Junior Miss, and Maria Gilda Cas- laneda, runner-up; Mari Mon- talvo, Jean Queen, and Magda- lena Trevino, runner-up. Master of Ceremonies for the Cabaret of Fashion was Jim- my Nye, who gave the welcome. Mario Guillen led the ooenine ceremonies including the 4-H Club Motto and 4-H prayer. Mo- deling by the 4-Her's folowed with Elizabeth Elender as com- mentator for the Casual and Sportswear Categories and Chris Butcher as commentator for the Dressy and Evening Wear Categories. Modeling in the Casual Cate- gory was Nannette Gonzalez who wore a red and white dress with a tie in the back. The...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 I V t V . I- Records- White House Given Big LP Library When Herbert Hoover was President, a permanent library of books was given to the White House. On March 20, six ad- ministrations later, a library of 1,938 recordings was presented. Two often mentioned as favorites of President Richard M. Nixon are among them, "Victory at Sea" and "1812 Overture," but not because the President asked for them. None of the Nixon family made any requests at all- except that Mrs. Nixon asked that a duplicate record library be placed where the public could have access to it. That will be at Kennedy Center in Washington. The idea caine from the Recording Industry Association of America, which has 55 members, each a recording company. The RIAA proposed its gift to the White House. Mrs. Nixon, handling the cultural and domestic arrangements of the family, as a wife often does, took it to the Committee for the Preservation of the White House, the offic...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 July 1973

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