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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

I' •/ / V J I. < ! 'TV- r I" ■" •r ♦t ' « r->rrr Tk r;' c.r. ■ V • THURSDAY. MARCH 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 f- «• * * * . • If • ■'st, m .. - i*-£rv. ■ - • •* v-' # s . schiflers wwww vu^wduww NsatOta'lH r 0"! I? IJI) I j « RAIN From Page 6 IMMUNIZATION—Mrs. Betty Gonzalez RN. Immunizes pre-schooler Maria Rodriguez against children diseases. Everyone is reminded to immunize your children during the immunization drive that will open March 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. here in Rio Grande City. Padres recuerden Marzo 26 El domingo sera un dia que muchos padres en el magico valle del Rio recordaran con agrado, recordando que este fue el dia en que iinmunizaran a su familia contra enfermedades como difteria, polio, sarampi- on, rubella, tosferina, y mal de arco. Veinte nueve clinicasestaran operando por todo el valle del Rio Grande para combatir las enfermedades antes menciona- da. El dia 2G de Marzo se lie- varan acabo una clinicas en los condados de Willacy, Zapata Starr, Cam...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D. C.~ Julie Nixon Eisenhower, a charming young lasy, represented the Eisenhower family at the Texas State Society i presentation of a bust of the late President to the Kennedy Center, husband, David, was on duty and couldn't attend.) Senator Lloyd Bentsen performed with his us- ual competence as master of Legal Hotice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE STARR County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2, 505 East Main Street, Rio Gra- nde City, Texas 78582, has ap- plied to the Texas Water Qua- lity Board for an amendment to its existing Waste Control Order No. 10802 for a pro- posed discharge (to be in Ja- nuary, 1973) not to ex- ceed an average flow of 1, 500,000 gallons per day of do- mestic sewrge effluent from the proposed new and improved se- wage treatment plant (extended aeration type) which is to be located off U.S. Highway 83 on old Fort Ringgold property, and adjacent to the ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1C STATE AUSTIN-Texas voters will get a cliance to express them- selves at the May G polls oil the explosive issue of forced busing to achieve racial balance in pub- lic schools. Both Democratic and Repub- amendment to outlaw forced busing. Neither party went along with Gov. Preston Smith's suggestion to submit to voters a presiden- tial preference referendum. There isn't much choice for the ' Republicans, and Democrats dropped the presidential choice poll (which would have had no binding effect anyway) in a scrap over party rules. Republicans adopted their re- quired new rules routinely, but reform regulations went down hard for the Democrats. Barnes Leading In Poll AUSTIN, Tex. - Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes and Uvalde rancher-tanker Dolph Briscoe are tattling one-two for the Democratic nomination for gov- ernor, according to a statewide poll of "political experts" taken by the Houston Chronicle's Aus- tin bureau. The copyrighted poll, pu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 13 Thursday March 30, 1972 R io Grande City, Texas Chamber office open today The Rio Grande City Cham- ber of Commerce will open their new office at 409 East Main to- day, Thursday. The office, according to Rich- ard Ceballos, local chamber president, will be open to the public with an open house this morning starting at 9 a.m. Refreshments will be served to those attending the opening of the new office. The open house will run through the day. Members of the chamber are urged to attend the opening ceremonies. Trustee election Saturday Voters in the Rio Grande City, Roma and San Isidro Independ- ent School districts will go to the polls Saturday to elect trustees to their respective board of di- rectors. In Rio Grande City making the race this year for re-elec- tion is Erika K, Rodriguez. Mrs. Rodriguez, a veteran ofl2 years of school board service, is being opposed by Raul Guer- rero, a ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

o THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Beginning Direct April 9 Distance Dialing is coming to Rio Grande City Beginning April 9,1972, direct distance dialing is coming to Rio Grande City. Di- rect Distance Dialing, called DDD, is a new concept in long distance service and was pioneered by General Telephone. DDD permits you to dial your own sta- tion - to - station long distance calls to points in the Continental United States and Canada. This modern convenience will not raise long distance rates from their present low levels. An instruction card for the use of DDD will be mailed to each customer just prior to April 9. Look for DIRECT DISTANCE DIALING on Sunday, April 9. SB GEF1ERAL TELEPHODE I

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 m ■ T ;] i FIRST LADY—Mrs. Verna McKenna Is pictured receiving the sllvr trophy thai went to her as she was selected as the FIRST LADY OF SOUTH TEXAS. Mrs. McKenna was chosen from a field of five at the third annual banquet sponsored by the Rio Grande City Rotary Club. Clubs from district 593 nom- inated different ladies from their respective clubs and judges conducted the final selection. Mrs. McKenna is shown with Rio Grande City Rotary Club President Ray Rochester. Screwworms continue to strikeout here MISSION —Ten more cases of screwworin—including one far north of the Rio Grande in Medina County--have turned up in Texas this week through Wednesday as the ominous buildup of the livestock pest continues to escalate. In addition, Southwest Screw- worm Project officials reported the three lnfestatyons in Ari- zona, the first attacks con- firmed outside Texas this year. The Medina County case was especially disheartening to Dr. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Eternal Life Is Keynote of Easter IEditor's Note: Modern man doesn't talk much about the pos- sibility of eternal life, which is the keynote oj the Easter mes- sage. Even church thinktrs have been largely silent about it until recently, and the personal an- guish of death is mostly an un- discussed. glossed-over subject in contemporary society. Yet hu- manity remains fascinated by the future, and the undreamed possi- bilities it may unveil. The follow- ing article is the first in a five- part Easter series about man's underlying "Hope of Heaven." and recent theological insights into it. I Man is his own mystery He is a bundle of contradictions, of nobility and viciousness, of compulsions and freedom, of despair and hope He is the one animal that, knowing he falls short of himself, both laughs l and weeps. He is never fully : content. He reaches always for ; something more. j And in the still of the night, ■he asks: "What's the po...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 JT 1 * vf.- - \ i :• THE INFORMED CONSUMER BROOMS AND MOPS —Miss Lions Club Billle Diaz is pictured as she opens a broom and mop selling drive being conducted by the Rio Grande City Lions Club. The club will have their big sale this Saturday at the Twin Palms Service Station with annex operations in front of Rio Grande Department Store, in front of the old C.R. Anthony building and at the Starr Plaza Shopping Center. The brooms are made by the blind and the profits from the broom awl mop sale goes directly to the blind. Buying the first set of broom and mop is Frank Anderson of the First State Bank and Trust Company and Roberto Hinojosa of the Lions. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) By Crawford C. Martin Attorney General of Texas You are at home busily clea- ning the house when you hear a knock on the door. You an- swer to find a man dressed as a delivery boy standing on your porch with a panel truck parked in front of your house. He...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Local happenings.. i Friendship Day was a special observance at the regular meet- ing of the Woman's Club of Rio Grande City. Mrs. Edwin La Grange, when introducing the program, said it was Impossible to hear from every organization in Rio Gran- de City working for the better- ment of the area, so they had invited representatives of six very active organizations. Mrs. Frank L. Anderson in- troduced Richard Ceballos, president of the Chamber of Commerce that is working to bring in industry. Mrs. Rosa La Grange president-elect of the Florence J. Scott Club told of the club's activities in health and other projects of a cultural nature. A member of her club is junior clubs chairman for the South Texas District of the Tex- as Federation. Arturo Montemayor Jr. rep- resented the Lions Club. He said the Lions had done a great deal of work in the area working with the blind and was now tak- ing applications for the Crippled Children's Ca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 i: McALLEN ENGAGEMENT—Mr. and Mrs. Jesse L. Green of McAllen are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Jessica, to Bennie Greenfield, son of Mr Ben A. Greenfield of Sundown and Mrs. Freda Greenfield of Coahoma. The rites will be solem- nized June 3 at 7 p.m. Miss Green graduated from McAllen High School, Attended Pan American University and is now employed by J.V.Weir, DDS. Her fiance graduated from high school in Snyder and from the United States Border Patrol Academy. IHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ililllllllll Woman's Touch l>> >1 rs. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent 5000000000000^ Bring the outdoors inside. Cut a spring bouquet. "Making cut flowers look good for the longest possible time is a challenge faced by many home gardeners," said Mrs. Ida A. Perez, Extension county home demonstration a- gent. "Learn a few basic tips to give longer life to cut flow- ers whether home grown or from your local florist." Wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 PAGE 8 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer A delegation of 22 students from Ringgold Junior High School visited Cd. Gustavo Diaz Ordaz, on Tuesday, March 21st in honor of the National Holiday of the birth of Don Benito Juarez. The students were accompanied by their Principal, R.C. Salinas, 2 teachers, Mrs. Pamela Guerra and Miss Dina Silva and 1 parent, Mrs. Howard Cluck. Tha main purpose of the visit was to repay an earlier visit made by a delegation from the Mexican Junior High (Secundaria) on Abraham Lin- coln's birthday. The group was welcomed to Cd. Diaz Ordaz by Sr. Ramon Ibarra Guzman, Presidente Municipal and by Profesor Ramon Esperiqueta, the Principal of La Escuela Secundaria "Club de Leonesf Following the welcome the group visited the Juarez monument where a wreath bearing the American colors of red, white and blue was placed to honor Don Benito by the students of the Ringgold Junior High School. Followin...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THE MO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MARCH 30.1972 ! PAGE 9 i- ■4- ; l Rattler baseball... The Rio Grande City Rattlers traveled to Brownsville Thurs- day afternoon and blasted Four pitchers of the Junior Varsity for their fourth victory of the year, Praxedes Bazan who gave up 7 hits, 3 bases on balls and struck our 5 was credited with the victory to up his record to 2-3. The Rattlers are now 4-6 for the seasons. Eli Villarreal led the Rattlers attack with 3 hits while Javier Saenz, , Milo Gonzalez, and Praxedes Bazan each had two hits. Bayardo Rex, Charlie Madrigal Johnny Salazar, Mario Garza, and Cesar Perez each had a hit. Bob Shafer of the Eagles was credited with the lose. The Eagles also used Davis, Set- tler, and Murphy in relief but they could not contain the Rat- tlers attack which had been averaging 6 runs per game. The Eagles attack was lecj by Poncho Averill with 3 hits, while G. Hite, M. Farias, V. Monte- major, B. Shafer and Settlers each had a hit. On Tuesday, of last week ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

f I s m THURSDAY, MARCH 30,1972 THE 9 KIKA From Page 8 • haven't been receiving enough applications from the 15th Con- gressional District. The Mer- chant Marine offers an inter- esting and well-paid career. I will be glad to send informa- tion about how application for entrance to the Academy can be made to any interested high school seniors or high school graduates in South Texas. WELCOME ABOARD! Word comes from the U.S. Postal Service that the first four wom- en postal inspectors have now received their credentials and badges. The women inspectors, I am told, will have the same responsibility, authority and pay as their male counterparts. Legal Notice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE STARR County Water Control and ImprovementDistrictNo. 2, 505 East Main Street, Rio Gra- nde City, Texas 78582, has ap- plied to the Texas Water Qua- lity Board for an amendment to its existing Waste Control Order No. 10802 for a pro- posed discharge (to be in Ja- nuary, 1973) not to ex- ceed an average flow of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

2 I- > t * r 4 u 5 -s ,V *> .V THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 FoIKS & Facts CLOVIS, N.M. Sergeant Ro- man Ybarra Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ybarra of Rt. 1, Rio Grande City, has gradu- ated from the U.S. Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Leadership School at Cannon AFB, N.M. Sergeant Ybarra, who was trained in military management and supervision, is a material facilities specialist at Cannon. He serves with a unit of the Tactical Air Command which provides combat units for air support of U.S. ground forces. The sergeant is a 1967 gradu- ate of Rio Grande City High School . His wife, Maria, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Lopez of Rt. 1, Rio Grande City. Austin, Sen. John Tower to- day announced the appointment of Mrs. Cornelius Olcott, Jr. chairman of a nine county re- gion in the Rio Grande Valley area in Tower's re-election campign to the U.S. Senate. Mr. Olcott, wife of a Harlin- gen surgeon, Dr. Cornelius "Pete" Olcott, will coordinat...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 NEWS-From Page 6 Asked whom they would vote for personally, the tally read: Briscoe, 19, Barnes, 14; Smith, 8 and Farenthold, 5. They selected Hall, 26 over Hobby, 10 and Connally, 7. In the U.S. Senate primary they voted for Sanders 18 to 7 over Yarborough. In the 1972 General Election poll they voted for Tower 21 to 5 over Sanders. SPEAKER'S BATTLE LOOMS—House Speaker Gus Mutscher, appealing a bribery consent conviction in Sharps- town stock scandals, announced he will step aside as speaker. The long-expected move set the stage for a head-on battle for the key presiding officer's post when Governor Smith calls a special legislative session. Reps. Rayford Price of Pal- estine and L. DeWitt Hale of Corpus Christi both claim ma- jority support to take over the gavel during the special ses- sion. Hale has agreed to serve only as interim speaker and pledges he will not seek the job in the 1973 regular session. Price is considered t...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30. 1972 THE IUO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 CPL Sets More New Records - i <- 1 X -v - _ y Central Power and Light Company continued to set new records for both new service facilities and revenues in 1971, but reported that expenses con- tinued to climb at an even fast- er pace. These facts are revealed in the power company's 1971 an- nual report, which has just been mailed to stockholders and employees. A record expenditure of more than $02 million was invested in the construction of new CPL facilities last year. In addition, the report states, an expansion expected to reach $700 million in the next decade will be need- ed to meet South Texas' future needs. President Barney M. Davis, in his annual letter to stock- holders, said, "Our sales per residential customer in- creased to 7,905 kilowatt hours, a gain of 912 KWH over 1970. This was the largest gain in the company's history and was the third highest in the nation among investor-owned utilities. The number of new c...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY. MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 r 1 0 ART WORK—This Pen-Ink drawing is one of the many art productions that come out of the art department of Rio Grande City High School. The drawing was made by Rebecca Soto, a talented student of Humberto Cavazos of the Rio Grande City High School Art De- partment. The pen-ink work is now part of a collection by the Rio Grande City Herald a- long with various other paintings being bought by the local paper. This drawing is of a shack on the high school campus that dates back to the opening of Fort Ringgold. THE CRUCIFIXION As the crowd led Jesus away to his death, Simon of Cyrene, wlio was jusl coming into Je- rusalem from I lie country, w as forced to follow, currying Jesus' cross. Great crowds (railed along lieliind, and many grief- slrieken women. Two others, criminals, were led out to be executed with him at a place called " I he Skull." There all ONE-STOP v4iA¥'i ' > travel service Planning a Caribbean cruiie? A trip ...

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