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

- i • * I I •* 4 THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 VFhite House Bugs Believed Legal WASHINGTON - Fed- eral law presents no barrier for a president \iho wants to tap his own telephone or record what he says In his office. Former White House aide Al- exander P. Butterfleld told the Senate Watergate committee Monday that President Nixon does just that. Anyone else who went about It In a similar manner, how- ever, would at least be In trouble With the telephone com- pany. Fred Langbein, a spokesman for the Chesapeake and Poto- mac Telephone Co., which serves the White House, aid he's not sure what action the firm will take following the dis- closure, but "I think you can be certain ... that we won't dis- connect the service." Butterfield, former deputy as- sistant to the President, testi- fied that Nixon's office tele- phone calls and conversations are fully and automatically recorded with his knowledge and consent by the Secret Serv- ice. It's done for historical pu...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 July 1973

«W1+ * T • . •' ' . «*-•* • THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 ' AAMWMMMMAMMMWnMAMMMiii CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA! Reports WASHINGTON, D. C. — So- cial Security payments pump a large sum of money every month Into the 15th Con- gressional District. I have re- ceived from the Department of Health, Education, and Wel- fare a breakdown showing the number of recipients in each of our District's 13 counties and the total of the monthly payments to them as of the end of last year. The figures are impressive. Here is the county listing; Brooks, 1,169 retired work- ers and their dependents, dis- abled workers and their de- pendents, survivors, and special age 72 beneficiaries received total monthly pay- ments of $114,000; Cameron, 19,402 beneficiaries received $2,025,000; Duval, 1,914 and 881,000; Hidalgo, 23,180 and $2,264,000; Jim Hogg, 733 and $65,000; Jim Wells, 4,- 038 and $427,000; Kenedy, 89 and $9,000; Kleberg, 2,- 657 and $298,000; Live Oak, 1,099 and $121,000;...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 July 1973

READ and SUBSCRIBE TO THE MO CRANDE •j T 1 ■ {•' •*- Local Up To The Hour NEWS SOCIAL SPORTS First In The Rio Grande HERALD MAIL and DELIVERED THURSDAY ONLY .1 * I! * FOR COVERAGE OF LOCAL INTEREST NEWS STORIES AND LOCAL BARGAINS BY LOCAL MERCHANTS SUBSCRIBE NOW 1 1r A YEAR ANYWHERE IN STARR COUNTY 50 ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD Also The Best Bargains In Town Read Local Sales In The Rio Grande Herald * * Name Adress ( ) Money Order ( )Ch**' L* Mail To RIO GRANDE HERALD P.O. BOX 452 Rio Grande City, Tx No Cash... Please 78582

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 Court settles two items on agenda... Creative Shopping Answer To High Prices The Starr County Com- missioners Court meeting In a recessed portion of their re- gular July meeting Friday morning settled two Items that remained on the agenda. One Item which dealt with the purchase of land from San- tana Carrera and Sons for the housing project when the court agreed to take an option on the land pending further study In- to other lands and to see If they could get help In pur- chasing the land. Carrera told the court that no firm offer had ever been made by his family and no of- fer had ever been made by the housing authority. Carrera told the court that they did not want to sell the property but that the price that they were quoting was well be- low what they could sell it for on the open market if they wanted to sell. Carrera explained that at the open market value the land In question could very well be sold at $7,560 an acre. The...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 July 1973

T r 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY that's where its at IN Furniture Air Conditioners Appliance And Anything For Your Home! THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 RABANITOS FOR CHARLES SCUOLZ /dcm pa$6^ /(iPDPfiUt H°a J£EOTA? 'MO^foy 0U6AMDOI ND &E HI 6IQUIE PA J06AP A LA PEIOTA ... 5Z3f BU£NO,<a 8IERAs PAPO ^ AW KO ... KO rOHGONA IWGo 6&E U)R/VW lAM\GAAA WRK- COUF fnll GOH to 6|RA EL MUNDO 5Z3Z- fiECUERPO K C"°3 /'w PLATO pt - (0/\AER LOG :C^ VCEPEAU£G -<—r "lA.VBltN RE CUERiX FL cortu ruo PONPE AAA AAA Mf IttVAPA--- At t ARQUE ... RECUEROO M\ PRIMER °ASeO EN 0A\H\BU<5 V jjanqo AAcme em UM El£ VAPOR. ... fTen 6o boena I RECORMOPlA TtNCiA diANAS PI ^E EAA^P \/l-A $V vQOE'TA ~ 7 " 523y //6Jue.0E61U1SK5H! pCE" EL BTMO A L A BASURA , UNA HAGWT 1AAAE r UOR " vr t lENOO LA iMPPt&lCN PE QUE CAPA 01A ME EAA" R llL-2/O ^6A6t6 lO QUE v 6\6(4\E\CA E60? /olWlCA CM MoY ESfoy lEE^ClESUA. • :"E:E4.NTA y cihco \]ECE6 mas HACE t-'N ANO.' V /FANlfoTI r AMRCtA,/V\E HAt...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 19, 197? THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 Court Records Jose Aaron Garza, contest- ant for speeding, $18.00 Jose David Martinez, display expired motor inspection sticker Rafael Guerrero, possession of marijuana, $1,500.00 bond passi-'i to district court Oscar Barrera Jr., posses- sion of marijuana, $1,500 bond passed to district court Henry Allen Barbery, dis- orderly conduct, $10.50 Faith Marie Ehrlich, disre- gard red light, $15.00 Jose Mirto Garza, motion for peace bond, $300.00 bond pend- ing George de la Cruz, motion for peace bond, $300.00 bond pending Rodolfo Vela, no trailer lights • rnesto Vela, no tail lights, pending Donald Lee Jenkins, violation of restriction #1 Donald Lee Jenkins, speed- ing 75/70 Domingo Mendoza, drunk, being a minor, $27,50 Refugio V. Garcia, disregard red light Refugio V. Garcia, no driv- ers license John Hoffpaner, possession of Peyote, $2,500.00 bond passed to district court Timmy Leo Northcutt, pos- session of Peyote, $2,500.00 bond p...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 26 Thursday July 26, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas School board hires non-professionals... by RAUL TREJO Herald Managing Editor The Rio Grande City School Board of Trustees meeting in their regular July session went through a long agenda last Thursday night. The board meeting was chaired by Raui Guerrero who replaced Dr. Gilberto A. (Nene) Garza who was out of town. Guer- rero heard several correc- tions to the minutes, among them one from Dr. RamiroNar- ro who requested that the min- utes lx> changed to reflect what the lx>ard had actually done in the matter of Mrs. Esther Gon- zalez.. Mrs. Gonzalez had re- quested an additional months pay and work because ac- cording to her request after school was out she still had to work an additional month h e 1 p i n g students get into colleges and helping students comply with several needed tests for college en- trance. The request was...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 V with tissa peterson Summer is a great time to relax, ami vacations help us to release our tension. But don't get rid of all your tensions. No one can be completely relaxed. Like a windup clock, a person can't tick with- out tension? What would run your watch? What would support your trousers? How could the indispensable pushbutton operate? * * * Tensions may be bad or good depending upon our reaction to them and the use to which they are put. There needs to be a constant struggle between what we are and what we should be — our status and our aspirations. No life can long exist without the pull toward improvement. One key to healthy, mature living is "creative dis- satisfaction." This is what motivated the Wrights to give us the airplane, Fulton the steamboat, Whitney the cotton gin. It is what sends astronauts to the moon and mountain climbers to the highest peaks. Every life, to realize its intended potential, must respond to t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 WALL TO WALL "TIME IS RUNNING OUT. THE OWNERS OF UNITED EXPORT SALES, 200 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY ARE PUTTING INTO EFFECT AN ALL NEW MERCHANDISING PROGRAM. NEW MERCHANDISE WILL BE ARRIVING SHORTLY. CONSOLIDATED FURNITURE LIQUIDATORS HAVE BEEN COMMISSIONED TO DISPOSE OF ALL EXISTING INVENTORY AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE. OVER $20,000 WORTH OF QUALITY FURNITURE OFFERED FOR IMMEDIATE DISPOSAL. SINCE TIME IS OF THE UTMOST IMPORTANCE THIS MERCHANDISE IS BEING SOLD ON A FIRST COME-FIRST SERVE' BASIS. signed qcrvuf 'pfutufia, director. consolidated furniture liq. OCCASSIONAL TABLES regular at $69.95 now starting at $ 5! 3 pc. spanish BEDROOM SUIT 88. 1973 ZENITH STEREO component system regular 199.95 now s98! 00 brand new! full size matt AND B0XSPKIMG SET regular $119.95 now 00| brand new! 20" apartment size GAS RANGE gold or white 00 >98? %> <S^ SELL - OUT! % early american sofa and chair gold fabric-maple trim A PARTIAL LISTING OF ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

THURSDAY, JULY 26. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 ° * tl „ ts^ a o u cO a '?% ik.. fK?i; Hie BRIDAL SHOWER--Mlss Carolyn McGuffln, bride-elect of Erasmo Lopez Jr., was honored with a kitchen shower on Saturday, July 14, Hostess for the occasion was Miss Tita Zarate, at whose home the shower was held. Among the friends and relatives present was Miss McGuffin's grandmother, Mrs. Isabel Saldana. YOUTH CHOIRS MEET— The Youth Folk Group from the Immaculate Conception Church of Rio Grande City, led by Miss Yolanda Garza, met with the visiting youth choir of the First Baptist Church of Greenville, Mississippi, Monday night at the High School cafeteria. Miss Garza and the Greenville Director Kenneth Forbusled the students in a jam session. The groups enjoyed exchanging musical ideas and learning a variety of songs from each other. The youth group from Mississippi is holding Bible Schools daily in various loca- tions. They may also be heard in a free musical concert at San Juan Plaza on T...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

t J 4 •i. J. Calif. Mine Produces Rare Gem COAIJNGA, Calif. More than 4,500 feet up in an arid treeless part of the San Benito Mountains in Central California an openface mine produces the rarest gem in the world: benitoite. If rarity set the price of gems rather than demand benitoite would probably be worth more than diamonds. Benitoite is a delicate corn- flower blue crystal found only in the San Benito Mountains range north of here. The stone, currently mined by two Fresno men, was math- ematically determined to exist long before it was found in na- ture. Because of its solitary lo- cation, it might have remained forever an equation if a pros- pector searching for mercury near the San Benito River headwaters in the early 1900s hadn't stumbled across the vein of white silica in which the brilliant blue stones are em- bedded. At first the stones were be- lieved to be sapphires, and many were sold as such. Final- ly in 1907 a San Francisco jew- eler ran a series of tests on the ston...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

THIS IS YOUR CHANCE 1! NOW IS THE TIME TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOW, LOW PRICES ON QUALITY FURNITURE DURING LFD'S STOREWIDE CLEARANCE ON TV SETS, DINETTES, SOFAS, RECLINERS, ETC. LFD HAS TO SELL THESE ITEMS AT LOW RIDICULOUS PRICES TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE NOW ARRIVING. ONCE-A-YEAR, LFD CLEAN SWEEPS ALL OF LAST YEAR'S FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES TO MAKE ROOM FOR FRESH NEW MERCHANDISE NOW ARRIVING FROM THE MARKETS. irs.B ft ItoutfV r i U\||N6 ROM UBIES ■UM?* $ THE MOS TH 1 ft LARGE GROUP OF DISCONTINUED As Low A 6 PIECE MIRROR ENSEMBLES DINING ROD# UHHIRS INCLUDES SUCH MAKES AS DREXEL, THOMASVILLE. BROVHILL BASSETT AND MANY MORE ALL GREATLY REDUCED 3 REG. '29.95 PORCELAIN ENAMEL KITCHEN SINKS • 99.95 SAVE '32.96 2 Pc. VINYL TUFTED SOFA BED SUITES REG £ M 29.95 SAVE '16.95 8 Pc.KU DINING ROOM SUITES REG '649.95 SAVE '25.95 TUFTED BACK VINYL RECLINERS REG * S '69.95 'i> SAVE '40.95 3 Pc. CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM SUITES "'L \ SAVE *74.95 i roSTuFR6E REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER REG. '369.95 ,A ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

pw A V I Report On 63rd Legislature By L.t. Gov. Bill Hobby THURSDAY. JULY 26^ 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 AUSTIN — Now that the head- lines generated by the 63rd Legislature have faded, It Is perhaps a good time to take a closer look at the very sub- stantial accomplishments of this past session. Without question, the single most Important act of this le- gislature was the writing of a no-new-taxes budget for the next two years. It was not easy. It required the strictest applications of sound business principles to lnsuvo that each tax dollar was allocated effectively. While there is no fat in the new budget, it represents a good balance between the ser- vices Texans demand and their equally strong feelings that government spending should be curbed. Understandably, the no-new- taxes budget did not receive as much public attention as the reform issue.. Working under the handicap of an emotion-laden atmos- phere, this legislature was able to adopt a series of reform bills in wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

WE ARE HELPING OUR SISTER STORE - 1 IN SAN BENITO CRYSTAL WHITE I 1/2 QTS DISH DETERGENT A BEEF AND HYDRA TED SEA- SONED TEXTURED SOY PROTEIN PRODUCT - w Ingredient* — Beef, Pat, Water. Soy Plour. Salt. Dehydrated Onion. Pep- per, Monoaodiam G la tarn ate. LB PORK FEET u. proten beef TOP CHUCK ROAST (parts missing first come first serve 1,250 fryers only) FRYERS hump roast. ."???. JU,Lb. SHOULDER STEAR. Proten Beef RIB STEAKS SOUND STEAKSEVEN STEAK* $1.19 ^ usda (full cut) . Lb. 89( GROUND CHUCK LAMB RIBS 0 Be POLISH SAUSAGE w §lb. 89< lb- CH0RIZ0^T!™d.e Lb. 9g( tripas -Be?f. Lb. sn CALF LIVER Lb. 98C BEEF BRAINS WK * * • •;# • 4^* goldenjersey ft m • I * GOLDEN JERSEY ICE CREAM 1/2 GALLON 16 OZ. returnable BOTTLES plus Deposit laa^DBBBv WESSON OIL 24 Oz cm: maxwell house COFFEE 1 Lb. Can 0 Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-u-Mart Thru 8-1-73 jumbo roll scon TOWELS DlfE adolphus ■ml vbi 28 oz. box om ORANGE DRINKSHYGEIA 3 ^...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

FABRIC SOFTENER CHARM!ft NAPKINS MOTOR OIL"™.. qt. . . 0 CC/UNT ID' 3F0R $1.00 *0 THROW AWAY BOTTLES 6 PKG. BETTY CROCKER or pillsbury NSTANT NESTEA HUNT'S CATSUP 14 OZ. Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 .Maxim Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 l nru o-i-ij i i iiuu o-i- kTrewnnwwinIPPPB " Jieaanzooaeir betty crocker Hamburger or Tuna Helpers 1$ general mills Cherrios • 10 OZ* ic<*CL ! Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 PRODUCE \ PEARS SECRET SPRAY DEODORANT DRUGS LB. /— capri c creme rinse or SHAMPOO s oz. close-up TOOTHPASTE1 Q-TIPS 883 colgate TOOTHBRUSHES MOGAN $' DAVID ..5th COLD DUCK detergent PUNCH King Size Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8-1-73 YELLOW ONIONS u, I5< PEACHES Lb. m , i 0,i 5 BIG STORES TO SERVE YOU!!! PRICES GOOD ALL WEEK ffE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT ART STOCK-UP PRICED FROZEN FOODS morton's FOR valsing SHOESTRING POTATOE...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

FAMILY CAMPING DO'S & DONTS THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD j Whether or not you've ever gone camping before, having on hand the basic camping gear-plus the tips in this article-may make it a lot easier for you to take off for a weekend, or weeks, of outdoor fun. DO mark up route maps early. The service station may be out of them on the day you plan to leave. DON'T arrive at night and expect to set up camp in the dark. DO make sure your tent is long enough for the tallest member of your group. DON'T expect to find a babbling brook for drinking and washing water wherever you go. Be prepared-carry water with you. DO bring along a com- plete first-aid kit, and know how to use it. One good item to include is a can of Rhulispray, a highly effec- tive treatment for poison ivy and poison oak as well as insect bites, mild sun- burn and other minor skin irritations. DON'T take your com- plete wardrobe with you. Make a list--then leave half the items behind. Drip-dry synthet...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

AT LFD ■ f rtm hi *0 RK> GRANCE CITY HING - GIGANTIC 300 E. MAIN H I w± m A PIECE BABY SAMSOHITE FOLDING CHAIRS CRIB, MATTRESS, WALKER, HIGH CHAIR BABY CARRIER AND FEEDER SET REG $119 95 SAVE '12.95 GLASS METAL CHINAS ch°ice OF colors Reg. >49.95 *37 SAVE *16.95 CHOICE OF MAPLE or CRICKET ROCKERS "°,5 '33 SAVE '40.95 3 Pc. BOOKCASE WALL ENSEMBLES REG. M 39.95 *99 SAVE *111.95 2 Pc. SPANISH SOFA & LOVE SEAT REG. '399.95 '288 SAVE '7.5.95 DELUXE REFRIGERATORS REG. M 69.95 '144 SAVE '96.95 SSEU 2 PC. LIVING ROOM SUITES REG. '389.95 '293 SAVE '56.95 QUEEN SIZE SOFA SLEEPERS REG. $269.95 *211 SAVE '31.95 FULL SIZE GAS RANGES S?S0F REG. '159.95 *128 SAVE '407.00 MEDITERRANEAN 10 PC. DINING ROOM SUITES REG. 1,295.00 '888 SAVE '8.95 8 SPEED OSTERIZER BLENDERS REG. '24.95 *16 SAVE '14.95 5 Pc. STYLISH DINETTE SETS REG. '49.95 *35 SAVE '45.95 ELECTRIC CLOTHES DRYERS REG. '189.95 *144 SAVE '2.95 FAMOUS NYLON SHAG CARPETING REG. '9.95 Y*3. *7 LARGE SELECTION OF DISCONTINUED DRESSERS, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

Thursday; july 26,1973 the rio grande herald page 12 WATER DISTRICT CHECK -- Javier D. Margo, manager of the Starr County Water District and Control #2 is shown presenting a check to Mike Teran, fire chief of the Rio Grande City Vollunteer Fire Department. This money is to sponsor the local vol- unteer unit to the annual firemen training school at Texas A&M. Margo speaking in be- half of the directors of the water district stated that "this check is just a small token of appreciation for the outstanding services that the firemen have performed for the community." Strange Things Of '45-'52 THE TRUMAN ERA. By I F. Stone. Random House. $7 95. An odd thing about this book is that it is a reprint — it was originally published 20 years ago. The current publishers have faith, apparently, that enough readers are interested in what the talented I F. Stone had to say in the period 1945-52. The publishers may be right, for it is fascinating to return to that era and recall some of the thin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

THURSDAY. JULY 26. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD 9 Proposed Constitutional Changes Explained Briefly Texas voters get a chance Nov. 6 to make nine more changes in the old state Con- stitution just a few weeks be- fore the historic Constitution Convention meets to write an entirely new document. The proposed changes on the November ballot were made by the recent legislature whose 181 senators and representatives also have the task of rewriting or revising the 1876 document in 1974. Sponsors of these nine changes did not think their pet projects could wait until the 1 9 7 4 convention— particularly the major constitutional change that would raise legislators' salaries from $4,800 to $15,000 and provide annial legislative meetings. Five other proposed changes Involve tax laws. Another per- tains to creation of con- servation and reclamation dis- tricts. Another concerns court jurisdiction and still another would authorize more bonds for the Veterans Land Program. If any or all of these sh...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 July 1973

300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE CITY that's where its at IN Furniture Air Conditioners Appliance And Anything For Your Home! THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1973 T-IE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 RABANITOS FOR CHARLES 5CHULZ /tJttfMOU JA'- MIAMT)P vA.| iWW UNA (Ul „ (A t N NVIl SIlAjJ / />.v fcW, m. w., !igDN0QE<£A /Y<> H1' vlUt (it) I N UN i rw CtNUlK/V- Tr^r- <iax ii IMA (iitw. icj QOY t)/1 WO _ _JA'f '6l VUtHNft 6 AA&PIR LA BOCA It PQVyPt- pt l A CAPA' cJ DIOII 7 / ££ LA PP\AAE PA V/fe-2- L N |Wl VlPA QOt /W . Afltt-IHAZA UN*!3! ICHtW- v v- QUE youuE^ue, ^ lAL Vt 'Z K/WE JOP hm\o' /EiYAV^y h. PAPA losaucoG! / |tiEPF£UNAOM(A (OH (A! Qui VNORAPOIP HO II VA'-" //AAV A CA6A A (A(AsA'/l fbPQUt tS(A M' ^ vj<A' :-.4 + r-k /Ml PAP^KTA fUERADE i A ciowp,y AAI aaama ESlA EH IA OflClMA Dl£ " MANPO UNA NOC^ capcetepa ; -ji ,1 ISSSr' pop ma \ /OAs i . ) A; IB&puuhpw JPj J / IAO fl|lf/V, HO | II HIM (\U VI R NAPA ! /VW'iAk Pi HI (A) I K II NU PAPA i/Vwnu'Aoto /v\/\uiAs fApto' h m l MO Nkt rKX...

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