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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

' THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1973 THE FOOTBALL from page 13 Armando Cadena (185, Jr.), who Zamora Is planning to switch from tailback where he was a starter (three touchdowns). Ray Gonzalez, who was the regular split end, will be moved to wingback. He's a 130-pound senior. Potential halfbacks on the first unit are Joe Valle(160, Jr.), who was a defensive start- er in 1972, and Ray Trevino (185, Jr.). Gary Riley, a 6-2, 180-pound senior who was a letter man tight end, is expected to move to split end. The regular tight end, Alex Lopez (175, Sr.) should retain his position with ease. Both tackles who saw regular offensive duty last fall are back — Joe Reagan (185, Sr.) and Ro- ger Adame (165, Sr.). Both prospective guards were de- fensive regulars in 1972 - Dan- ny Saverlno (160, Jr.) and Roily Moreno (165, Sr.). Starting center Bill Llndsey (165, Sr.) also returns to give Mercedes a tremendous amount of exper- ience on offense. Riley and Valle shape up as defensive ends, with Saverlno being...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

Some Shoppers Hoarding Meat Shoppers in scattered parts of the nation are reported to be stocking up on meat in Tear of higher prices or a serious shortage. They're "like kids go- ing after cookies," one grocer observed. A survey indicates higher prices of some meat products, occasional rationing of beef and industry predictions of more problems to come. A number of bulk purchasers, including New York City and several Navy installations, re- ported they had run out of beef. In San Francisco, a federal judge refused onTlonday lo~ or- der the Cost of Living Council to lift the freeze on beef prices. U.S. District Court Judge Rob- ert F. Peckham turned down a preliminary injunction request from the Pacific Meat Jobbers Association, which represents 80 wholesalers and packers of beef products. In Washington, Treasury Sec- retary George P. Shultz said again that the freeze will re- main in effect until Sept. 12. On the retail level, grocers reported some shortages and A Weekly Report Of ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

THURSDAY. AUGUST 9t 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 - t MIGRANT INSTITUTE--Lower Rio Grande Valley students are among 214 members now completing the final weeks of the Texas A&I University Migrant Summer Institute. Di- rected by Dr. Jerry Bogener, the two-month institute will close Aug. 10. Students are (1-r) Alma G. Alvarado, San Isidro; Evangelina Garza, Roma; Alfredo Acevedo Jr., Rio Grande City; Elizabeth Ann Dickens, Rio Grande City; Lydia Dickens, Rio Grande City. Cotton Sales To China w ASIUNGTON - Main- land China purchased almost 428,000 bales of cotton from the 1973-74 crop three weeks before the season began, the Agricul- ture Department said Friday. Department officials said their "best guess" Is that China bought more than half a million hales from last year's crop. The figure, compiled from re- ports by 77 cotton exporters, were the first such breakdown on exports of raw cotton and cotton waste. The exporters confirmed sales of 427,900 bales of upland cotton to ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

I I J I ■ I I 1 I THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Residents Undecided Al>out Closing Of 'Chicken Ranch' The 129-year-old "Chicken Ranch" bawdy house has been closed. And the 3,800 citizens of German and Czech extraction are divided over whether it should have been. Politicians in A ustin, 65 miles to the northwest, have joked in public about the Chicken Ranch— Edna's Fashionable Ranch Boarding House— for years. The Associated Press ran an interview of the madam in 1972, and there have been other newspaper articles about the house. Law enforcement officers have said privately there had been no complaints about the Chicken Ranch; that it was in a grove of trees outside of town; that no drinking was allowed- that it was accpted by the community. But a Houston television per- sonality recently charged the Chicken Ranch was linked with organized crime. He went to Gov. Dolph Briscoe. Briscoe said Thursday he had heard about the house of prosti- tution years ago b...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 August 1973

-'irfiififftfrV 'fi •' • i in'ifV" liit'fti"ihfci'ftf • • ■ -. • , " k ' " J' T- - tiSENHOwnr*u As Chairman of the Combined Operations (all Fire Fighting Exercises) at the Texas A&M annual Fireman's Training School, I want to call your at- tention to two outstanding men from your city who have attend- ed and assisted our projects and helped to make the school a suc- cess these many years. This year made eighteen years at- tendance for Mr. O. F. Guffey and sixteen years for Mr. Joe Villarreal from Rio Grande City. These men have attended the school these many years, a- way from their jobs and fam- ilies for ten to twelve days each year, on their own time, and at their own expense. They Were part of the 2,098 per- sons in attendance this year from 471 Texas towns and 35 other states over the nation, and 4 foreign nations. The people of Rio Grande City can be proud of men who serve their community and display the spirit of the fire service as these men do. I join with the other ins...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

-I ft .* :■ if: f i".' 1 -s i RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 29 Thursday August 16, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas Board names non-pro personnel, hears of need for $77,000.00 The Rio Grande City Board of Trustees meeting in their regular monthly session ap- proved a $2,037,000 plus bud- get for the district named non- professional personnel and were told they must seek new funding to complete the audi- torium. The board went into execu- tive session to consider per- sonnel matters. One source told the Herald that the mat- ter of the assistant at the high school had been taken up and that three persons that had been considered for replace- ment were not chosen because one was too valuable to the Grulla area school, one turned the offer down immediately and the board could not make up it's mind on a third. The present assistant however, will be giv- en an official reprimand and given a set of "ground rules" which he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

lissa peterson g. THURSDAY. AUGUST 16. 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Katy Jurado: American Men Give Their Women Too Much f Add one more attraction to Rio Grande City, the town with in- ternational and historical interest. The fountains set on North Britton Avenue before the Courthouse are an eyecatcher of which we can be proud. At night, they are especially beautiful with colored lights making them appear fascinating and fluores- cent. The walkway and benches there were occupied by several family groups last evening, and it called to mind the well-known and much-used plazas of the towns in our neighboring Mexico. This lovely center, made by our own people, is to be used and en- joyed by all of us too. Another point to make us proud of Rio Grande City. - * * * * A trip to Monterrey was made last week by Dr. and Mrs. Ramiro Narro and children Lamar, Ramiro Jr., Dario, and Yvonne. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pope, children Rachel and Douglas, and Mrs. Ignacio Gutierr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

f I -'-I i 1. <c 4 . THURSDAY", AUGUST 16^ 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 4-H record book winners revealed WESLACO — The best 4-H record books in 20 awards pro- grams—including 10 repeat winners from last year—have been selected to represent Dis- trict 12 in state competition next month. The winning books represent the best of 184 entries from 4-H Clubbers in 15 counties. Judging was carried out by 4-H adult leaders and Agricultural Extension Service profession- als under the supervision of District Agents J. D. Selman Jr. and Miss Alma Flippo. The record books of all win- ners have been forwarded to Texas A&M to compete at the state level < against the best from the other 12 ExtensionSer- vice districts. The judging there will be held Sept. 5-7 with state winners to be an- nounced soon afterward by Dr. Donald L. Stormer, State 4-H and youth s 'Kjpalist. State winners will receive cer- tificates, plaques, government, bonds or scholarships valued at up to $1,000, dependi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 TriUKSDAY, AUGUST lb, 1 VIZ IHt K1U -■ Further Price Hikes Expected The pocketbook pinch wors- ened during the first two weeks of August as the ration pre- pared for further price hikes with Monday's debut of Phase 4, an Associated Press market- basket shows. The AP has been keeping tabs on 15 food and nonfood items in 13 cities across the country since March 1, rech- ecking the prices at the begin- ning of each month with special surveys in between. A check made Monday showed fresh price rises on top of already-healthy increases that turned up earlier. The AP surveyed the prices in 12 cities Monday. The prices in Providence, R.I., normally the 13th city in the market- basket, were unavailable be- cause stores were closed due to a state holiday in honor of VJ Day. The survey showed that, from July 31 to Aug. 13, 22 per cent of the 180 items checked in the 12 cities went up in price; 8 per cent went down in price; 57 per cent wer...

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

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 r It's Here! It's New! A bold new concept in beer packaging in beer drinking! .and A* .4, Jug O'Jax ... the newest way to enjoy the smoother, brighter flavor of today's Jax Beer. . . right from the Jug! Its wide mouth and hand-fitted size gives the Jug the same feel and the same easy flow as drinking from a glass. Just pull off the handle . . . and there it is . . . ready to drink. No need for a glass. And the Jug's easy drinkability makes it the perfect companion at home, outdoors, at taverns and restaurants. Jug 0' Jax comes in this handy six-pak. Pick up a couple at your favorite store. You'll enjoy it... right from the Jug! Taste you can hold onto Jackson Brewing Co.. New Orleans. La

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THURSDAY, AUGUST 1G, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Faculty in Service Training Session Monday, August 20, 1973 9 a.m. Multi Purpose Center (Assembly Hall) General Faculty Meeting, Session I ♦Assembly called to order ♦ Presentation of the Colors - High School ROTC Color Guard ♦Invocation - Rev. D.R. Russell, Pastor, First Baptist Church, RGC ♦Pledge of Allegiance - Cadet Commander, Color Guard ♦Patriotic Song - Audience; Directed by Commissioner Roque Guerra Jr. ♦Welcome to Starr County Teachers - Mrs. Dorothy Anderson, Board Member Region I, Education Service Center ♦Superintendent's Welcome - Mr. S.P. Cowan, Rio Grande City Cons. Ind. Sch. Dist.; Mr. Clarence Shelton, Roma Independent School District ♦Introduction of the Main Speaker - Mr. R.C. Salinas Jr. ♦Keynote Address - Mr. Archie Rosales, president, Texas State Technical Institute at Harlingen ♦Announcements ♦Dismissal for morning coffee 10:15 to 10:45 Morning Coffee Lobby of the Multi Purpose Center 10:50 General Faculty...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 7 . I. J- "j * I i- n' : ~ w ; iii*- "ft' * . i- iki > ■ *'1 w . -t \ i ■♦ v 1 * * vi j«h \\llh: SALINAS—Jose Salinas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Salinas of Roma, Is a- mong a group of recent high school graduates who are spending the summer con- ducting research at The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tu- mor Institute at Houston. The Junior Science Trainee Program is designed to give students an in-depth exposure to scientific research under the super- vision of an experienced scientist. More than 100 Texas teenagers from ac- ross the State have worked atM. D.Anderson since the program began in 1960. Jose is shown here with Craig E. Litton, a research consultant in Anderson's Department of Biomathematics, as they review a computer print-out. WELCOME teachers students SAFETY IN AND AROUND SCHOOL ZONES i CEBALLOS FUNERA HOME 187-2511 Kio ( ran<le (lily

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

r THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 HoustonMurders Become Largest HOUSTON - Dlst. Atty. C&rol Vance took the mass sex-murder slayings case before a Harris County grand jury today and among the early witnesses was to be a boy who reportedly escaped from a homosexual-torture murder ring. Sources in the office said tes- timony would be presented by Billy Ridinger. The boy's age and background were unknown but his name was in a state- ment given to police by one of two teen-age youths charged with murder in the investiga- tion that has led to the dis- covery of 27 bodies. David ?. Brooks, 18, said in a statement signed Friday, "I was also present at that ad- dress (Schuler Street) that they got Billy Ridinger." "I took care of him while he was there. And I believe the only reason he is alive now is that I begged them not to kill him," the statement read with- out giving other details. Other witnesses expected to- day included only two detec- tives who have been ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 9 -V '/ never actually killed anyone'...Brooks... The following Is the statement given by David Brooks to Hous- ton Friday. My name Is David Brooks. I am 18 years old and live at 1445 Pech with my wife Bridget. The first killing that I re- member happened when Dean was living at the Yorktown townhouses. The first few that Dean killed supposed to have been sent off somewhere in California. I never actually killed any- one but I was in the room when they happened and was supposed to help if something went wrong. The first was Yorktown and these were two boys there and I left before they were killed but Dean told me that he had killed them afterwards. I don't know who they were or where they are buried. The first I remember was at 6363 San Felipe. It was Ruben Haney and only Dean and I. I also remember two boys who were killed at the Place One Apts. on Mangum. They were brothers whose fa- ther worked next door where they were buildin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

Farm Bureau Queen Contest Dominga Lopez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Lopez of Edinburg, 18, received first runner up In the District XIII Farm Bureau Queen Contest held at the San Benito Com- munity Center on August 10. She is a graduate of Edin- burg High School, where she was selected the most beautiful, was president of Y-teens, a mem- ber of EHS Orchestra, Pan American Symphony Orchestra, Singing Strings, Music Cultural Clubs. She will enter Pan Am this fall. Winner was Beth Anne Helle, daughter of Jerine Helle and George T. Helle Sr. of Mis- sion. She is 19 years of age, 5'5" tall and weighs 110 lbs. A graduate of Mission High School, she was Homecoming Queen, Varsity Head Cheer- leader, listed in Who's Who? She is now attending Southwest Texas State University, is a Strutter Officer, Chi Omega So- rority, SWT All Campus Beauty Contestant. She was Duchess of Ruby Red Grapefruit in the Cit- rus Fiesta, and first runner-up in the McAllen July 4th Bathing Beauty Review, also fi...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 I ) ■} '(■ Free lunch program policy announced Rio Grande City Cons. Ind. Sch. Dist. today announced a free breakfast and luncli pol- icy for Rio Grande City school children unable to pay the full price. Local school officials have a- dopted the following family size and income scale: Free Meal Eligibility Income Scale (Minimum Guidelines In- creased by 25%) Family Family Size Annual Income 1 $0 - 2740 2 0 - 3G00 3 0 - 4460 4 0 - 5310 5 0 - C100 6 0 - 6890 1 0 - 7C00 8 0 - 8310 9 0 - 8960 & LONDON - Home for Princess Anne and Capt. Mark Phillips after their marriage Mill be a live-bedroom house at Sandhurst, Britain's Royal Mili- tary Academy. The house is being renovated by the Ministry of Defense to make it ready for the couple When they return from their Caribbean honeymoon after their Nov. 14 marriage. Phillips will teach at Sand- hurst starting next year. He now is stationed with his regi- ment in West Germany. POSIT A...

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

Murders MURDERS from page 8 the number to six found in that area. Seventeen others were found in a boat stall here rented by Corll and four others Mere found near Broaddus. Officers digging on the beach Monday found two bodies quickly, then two others in the afternoon in a common grave. The officers used a fc>rge road grader to cut through the sand to help with their search. But the first body was found because of detective work by two High Island residents. About eight months ago a truck driver, George Leger, saw a youth on the beach whose car was stuck in the sand. After the slaying story broke, he recognized a picture of Henley in a newspaper. Sunday, Leger and his boss, L. C. Faggard, went tack to the same area and found a de- pressed area in the sand. They notified officers who dug for only a few minutes Monday be- fore finding the 24th body. Officers learned Friday they can expect some space age help from the National Aero- nautics and Space Adminis- tration at Houston. A N...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

f Savings Tip Here's a Oocc Iii ■ Lifetime Chance To Take Advannttge Of Up To 50% Savings On Kamous Name Brand Furni- ture EDELSTEIN'S CLASSIFIED FURNITURE BULLETIN FLASH EDITION SALE STARTS AT 8:30 A.M. TO 6: P.M. SUNDAY, AUGUST 19, 1973 ATTENTION Come in Compare you won't be dis- appointed. Your savings are enormous! You be the judge . But don't delay .... sorry no mail or phone orders All sales finall All merchandise subject to prior sales. Credit terms available with payments to fit your bud- qet. YOUR KEY TO VALUE I. ACCESSORIES ,2. BEDDING 3. BEDROOM - 4. RUGS - CARPET p5. CHAIRS - ROCKERS 6. DINING ROOM 7. DINETTES 8. JUVENILE 9. LIVING ROOM 10. MISC. II. OCC. TABLES \ 12. RANGES 13. REFRIGERATORS 14. SLEEPERS 15. STEREOS • RADIOS jl6. WASHERS - DRYERS 17. TELEVISION i 1. ACCESSORIES 3. BEDROOM BROYH1LL J PC. Mediter- ranean Bedroom SAVE 23.M Triple Dresser, Mirror, Chest, Headboard SAVE 30 M 269.00 Original Oil painting sold for 19.95, Now {9 95 Reg. 49 95 Home Entertain- me...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

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