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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THURSDAY. AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 i I 56, \ UpJ V C Meat Prices May Result In Fezver Heart Attacks NEW YORK - Today's runaway meat prices Possibly can bring a dividend of lower heart attacks and strokes, says a food expert. Americans generally eat too much fiit and some meats are a major source of it, says Mary Winston, nutritionist of the American Heart Association. A high intake of fat is consid- ered harmful to the heart, she explains. Being overweight also taxes your heart. So, eating smaller portions of moat "would be a plus factor." So would the right choices of vegetables to substitute for the proteins contained in meat. During World War n, the death rate from coronary heart attacks went down in countries where once-rich diets were cut tack in total fiit and calorie content. But a wrong choice of substi- tutes for meat could be harm- ful, Mrs. Winston cautioned in an interview. "Don't just substitute omelet for beefsteaks because eggs are cheaper. The yo...

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

IN PERFECT TRIM PRO A BEEP AND HYDRA TED SKA- BONED TEXTURED SOY PROTEIN PRODUCT Ingredients — Beef. Pat. Water. Soy Plour. 8ait. Dehydrated Onion. Pep- per. Monosodium Glutamate. RUMP ROAST (WHOLE ONLY) LB. KORN KIST CERVALET LB. BEEF (MENUDO) TRIPE LB. CORNISH HENS $119 SWIFT TO SCHOOL' PENCILSf 30 TO DDV PACK REG. 1.50 i^This coupon must be presented by custor j SILK6N L€qs ale<£ Lil shave crime with baby Utticm • Limit one coupon per unit purchased • Coupon expires 7 OUNCES detergent COLD POWER [giant m| IboxJM ORANGE DRINK $100 GOLDEN JERSEY 1/2 GALLON « GOLDEN JERSEY BUTTER MILK FOR PAPER Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart 8/22/73 ■2 l3 Giant Bottle 22 Oz. it With Coupon Limit 1 Per Family Go«d Onlv at Val-U-Mart Thru 8/22/73 '] aeff't'l i'Ueeeg ^aoEQEBEEI LIQUID DETERGENT VEL DETERGENT COLD POWER Giant $ with Coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Tliru 8/22/73 SALAD BOWL OR BEST MAID 2 GALLON FALFURRIAS COTTAGE CHEESE 24 o; NORTHERN 59' SALAD DRESSING C...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

^ libby TOMATO SAUCi i> 8 oz. Twrrrnnnwr COTTAGE CHEESE 24 Oi northern TOWELS white deer FLOUR w CHEFS SURPRISE 49' l(UfeL3ra.si* A.'v 3 F0R reveal jumbo roll 3-41. ROASTING WRAP vvxUi Cp^'qii ., Lirr'it er Family * • Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8/22/73 . gt i2*s ^ <Jouf>on j^imlt F*;r Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8/22/73 99' CAT FOODS 9 VES 10' 10 lb. bag SUMMER DELIGHT... mm/arm. vahlsing shoestring POTATOES 20 oz. pkg. ORANGE JUICE .n:.eM.:.E>.". ,20,«„ 29< CORN ON THE COB v?Mf'.T p*. 49< A 1 ■j for J gallon •HEdBBevVeeoaxEi: FLOUR gold medal 25 Lb. Bag $ maxwell house COFFEE colgate TOOTHPASTE 3*«£ northern TISSUE 4-roll pack FRESH, DAILY a tvroduce] Potatoes .< brite side vitamins for SHAMPOO the whole family Mo UNICAP loo-s JM99 cashmere bouquet 0nly r ,U$T "SS -~?l Z °r8S hoi. ^ vV^'1 With Coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good Only at Val-U-Mart Thru 8/22/73 ranch style BEANS 16 0z. * 159 With Coupon Limit 1 Per Family- Good At Val-U-Mart Thru 8/22/73 fo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 18 Simple arithmetic: Winn's* Back-to-school needs=savings! Ask anyone. The first lesion in back-to-school over the Lone Star State. So Winn's high-quantity economy Is "shop at Winn's." After all, Texas-size selections at over 120 neighborhood Winn's Variety Stores all Texas-size savings. Come see (or srr FACIAL TISSUES ^Perfect for pocket. purse or Jclassroom 200 soft, absorbent tissues in white, p«nk or yel tow |/fl FASHION Wlft HtADS 77" size, heavy duty styrofoem heed fits any wig case Solid one piece construction )7( YARN HAIR TIIS Twelve 42" strands in an assort ment of bright colors for heir bows and braids, heed bands, pony tails, pig tails, and neck ties 37 € RO*RAIN HAIR TIIS The bright way to keep hair in piece with space for a photo to keep someone very special close to your mind 44* BRICK HAIR SPRAY 13 ounces of regular or extra hold spray power to keep hair morning brushed all day |7g CltAR-TYPe PKNCIL BOX Surprise, ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

J bf BOYS AND MENS CUFFED FLARE PANTS REG. $14.00 "BACK-TO-SCHOOL" SAYINGS IN OUR "MOONLIGHT TRI-FOLD ORGANIZER *3.00 Value Leather-look vinyl cover. 3 hole ring binder with clipboard and 6 pockets. With 8% x TlH-in wide « i margin paper. The value prices in this circular are generally manufac- tures suggested retail prices and may be different thar independent drug stores regular prices. #29-4028 Webster's New World #1 34 Dictionary 159 Liquid Paper Corrects typing errors on bond white paper. 00 entries, o date. a5 Value $1.00 Value 67° fOUR HOICE Hand Decorated Figurine Pencil s"'"rK Sharpeners Rubber Cute, assorted Bands «F.,s colorful Subjects. Assorted sizes. 390 ea Values 290 Value DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER „I*TE DIAZ JR. PROP LINO CANALES GENERAL MANAGER STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ''^nisrnTT^ RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS 487- DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Gloria R Guerrero Registered Pharmacist 504 Hone of rhe Cantaloupe 2S02 WHILE IN THE LOWER VALLEY VISIT OUR SISTER STORES VALLEY-HART M I...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY', AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 20 High court may rule on pregnant teacher's right to work soon -- The battle over whether teachers have the right to work while pregnant may finally be settled by the U. S. Supreme Court, which has agreed to hear the case of a social studies teacher from Virginia. Meanwhile, mandatory ma- ternity leaves imposed by some school districts already have been toppled in several lower courts. The Supreme Court accepted July 6 a brief filed by Susan Cohen, the Virginia teacher, and is expected to accept briefs in a case involving two junior high school teachers from Cleveland, The National Education Assn., 1.2 million members strong, is providing legal expenses and support to all three teachers. The teachers argue that forced maternity-leaves violate the teachers' rights under the 14th Amendment. Also when they are forced to take maternity leave instead of sick leave, pregnant teachers are not paid for a t'me spe- cified by the district...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 | * 4 f- * Everything's been downhill for Kent State 'photo girl' Mary Ann Vecchio, a 14-year- old runaway, knelt over the body of a slain Kent State student more than three years ago. For the brief second it takes for a camera to click, she and history were intertwined. There was no camera this past week in the home of her parents, the Frank Vecchios, in nearby Opalocka, Fla. There was no history being made, no confrontation with the National Guard, no interest expressed in the reopening of the Kent State case. Just the phone ringing. Just Mary Ann Vecchio, 17, her face still heavy with sleep, her hair unkempt, her sleeveless shift unable to con- ceal the womanly contours of her big body. Just Mary Ann Vecchio walking over and pick- ing up the phone. It was a stranger, a man calling. For her. "What do you want?" she asked. "Fun!" he said. She hung up. Mary and her mother say the call is just the latest in the series of harassments, of...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD ill Mrs. Parr says Duval County pays ranch help THURSDAY, AUGUST 16. 1973 Page 22 If f SAN DIEGO - Mrs. Jody Mar- tin Parr, estranged wife of Du- val County Judge Archer Parr, accused her husband in 229th District Court here Friday of using county employes on their ranch for personal work. She also accused the judge of making statements that he con- trolled the political institutions in the county, including the courts. Mrs. Parr's accusations came while she was a witness during an injunction hearing before District Judge O. P. Carrillo to freeze assets of the Parrs' estates. The statement prompted the judge to warn Mrs. Parr, say- ing, "I would like to warn the witness that she is on danger- ous grounds." William Bonilla, one of Mrs. Parr's attorneys, stood for re- cognition, asking the court to rule that Mrs. Parr not answer in "this line of questioning." And during various, simultane- ous arguments by attorneys, the judge called a 10-minute recess. Mrs. Parr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

u • + ' . 9 • * +■ \ i V / I ' .. • s Davis Specialty Company Pete Davis And Jerry Davis—Owners The name Davis Specially Company located 4 1/2 miles North Ware in McAllen. phone 6 86-36 1 5 has long been recognized in this area as number one in candies and confectionery. They have built an enviable reputation for square business dealings and only offer the finest of products. Regardless of their business dealings with customers whether large or small, this is one firm that will do exactly what they say they will, and in the friendliest and most courteous manner. The management of this concern has but one interest in mind, and that is to serve tht people of this section with the highest quality at the right price .n a business-like manner. In this 1973 Review we, the copyists, take pleasure in commending this firm for their fine business ethics and sincere efforts to serve this area with top quality merchandise. Square Deal Laundry And Dry Cleaners COUNTK REVIEW Reg U.S. Pdt Off READ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

— Dr. Vernon C. Hammond Optomotrist McAllen Grocery Your optometrist, after recieving a minimum of six years of specialized training, has graduated from one of the ten schools of optometry accredited by the Council of Optometric Education of the American Optometric Association. The curricula and standards of optometric colleges have been steadily argumented to keep pace with scientific advancement, and post-graduate instruction in the advanced techniques for vision care is available. Each state and the District of Columbia requires the graduate Optometrist to pass a state board examination to prove his skill and competence. He must renew his license annually to qualify as a vision specialist in that state. Having thus established his qualification, your Optometrist can completely care for your complete vision needs and assure you of maximum efficient seeing. His knowledge applied to your individual vision requirements will further your enjoyment in living, in your work, in your stud...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

Abash Insect Control Service Metropolitan National Bank This well known firm in McAllen is located at 110 North 16th. Phone 686-5477 for free estimates and examinations. Right here in our community, various pests are doing thousands of dollars worth of damage each year. Don't be one of those folks who have them because you don't know the right firm. By past experience we know that this firm is reliable and will do just exactly what they say they will and their work is guaranteed. It is a pleasure to do business with a firm that has built a reputation for reliability. They render a co«r>.p!^i,. service for controlling termites, roaches, moths, bedbugs, rodents, and other pests. The Abash Insect Control Service methods are tried and have proven satisfactory. For expert work of this type, call them today, and you'll be pleased with their reasonable prices. We, the composers, are happy to represent them in our 1973 Review. The Valencia Motel Mr. And Mrs. Edward Stack-Owners Good mote...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

Van Burkleo Motors Neighborhood Grocery And Market When looking for a special new car, remembei just Iwo words: LINCOLN MERCURY You'll see why that's all it lakes when you stop in at Van Burkleo Motors, Inc. in McAllen at 3201 N 10th Street, phone 682-2838 and look over their exciting display of 1973 Mercurys and Lincolns. The many beautiful models for 1973 offer you a choice between the Marquis, Monterey, Cougar, Montego, and the all new Comet. Check the Sexy European, the "Capri".T Test drive the luxurious Lincoln Continental, or Continental Mark IV. If you are considering a new car, Lincoln-Mercury has the car for you. 'Quality Car Care' is the byword with this dealer and you'll always be pleased with friendly, personal, expert service they give you. The writers of this 197? Review welcome thio opportunity to commend Van Burkleo Motors, Inc. for the service they render to this area in fine automotive products and honest sales. They recommend to our readers that they join the fast...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

y \ \ THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 1C, 1973 Page 27 Bentsen Testifies In Texasgulf Suit HOUSTON - U.S. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, D-Tex., says a foreign country dealing with a private A merican corporation is different iron1 the normal business relationship. Bentsen, testifying Thursday in a suit brought by Texasgulf Inc., against Canada Develop- ment Corp., said such dealings should !)e on a country-to-coun- try basis. Texasgull is trying to block a public offer by Canada Devel- opment, wholly owned by the government ol Canada, claim- ing the Canadian government lias conspired with other firms to take control of Texasgulf. Canada offered to buy 10 mil- lion shares of Texasgulf at $29 per share giving it controlling interest in the company which has extensive holdings in Cana- da. Bentsen also testified that foreign countries making in- vestments in U.S. corporations was a matter of national con- cern. Canada Development attor- ney Thad Hutcheson asked Bentsen if he felt such a p...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 28 Corpus Leads State In Crime Statistics WASHINGTON — Texas ranks 18th in crime per capita among the other states and Corpus Christi has the worst rating among Texas cities, according to figures released Wednesday by the FBI. According to the FBI's annual statistical report, Texas has a "total crime index" of 2,655.6 offenses per 100,000 inhabit" ants. Populous California led the nation with its crime rate of 4,606.2 offenses per 100,000 persons. Among the top dozen cities in Texas, referred to as "me- tropolitan statistical areas," Corpus Christi led with an of- fense rate of 3,812.8 per 100,- 000 persons. (Both Police Chief James Avant and a spokesman for the local office of the FBI declined to comment on the report be- cause they have not yet seen it. <''I would have to know what period of time is covered and what crimes are included," A- vant said. "I know we are way up on apprehensions this year. 1 know we are high on str...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 29 W f" ir i - 4 The Consumer Alert by John L. Hill Attorney G«n«rai AUSTIN--When a purchase Is belnj netotlated between a sel- ler and a buyer, the two parties normally try to work out the ar- rangement most satisfactory to both of them, oven down to the details of delivery and, if ap- plicable, servicing. The average seller is well a- ware that his business reputa- tion and volume is based on "satisfied customers," and their word of mouth. And, the average consumer not only wants to get his money's worth, but subconsci- ously, may want to establish a dependable retail relationship. Of course, the careful custom- er wants to have a warranty in writing, and an experienced merchant is just as anxious not to promise any more than be can deliver. That all works well, as long as there is a one-to-one bargain- ing arrangement. But all too often, misunder- standings occur, for example, when a third party enters the picture, after instal...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 PAGE 30 Hunter Aims To Preserve Wildlife in African Bush CAMPZIN'AVE, Mozambique — In the coolness of dawn, the hunter left camp and set off into the bush. He wanted a waterbuck, the large lyre-horned gray antelope of eastern and southern Africa. He checked his rifle one last time. With Jose Tello, a former poacher turned game warden and hunter, and Baron Werner von Alvensleben, whose hunting exploits over the past 35 years earned him the name Munjun- jonjo, "the great one," he drove quietly through the taw- ny scpub. A few minutes past 6, they spotted a herd of waterbuck, their white bulls-eye bottoms and black-whorled horns stand- ing out clearly through the thorn trees. Carefully, they moved their open-topped l^nd Cruisers closer and the hunter reached for his gun. The shot was good! The frightened herd scattered and the buck ran with them, confused by the noise and the pain in his shoulder. He was not dead because the hunter wanted...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 31 1 i \ ) , f t . I' V I h t - h Brazil To Build New Jungle City RIO DE JANEIRO Brazil has unveiled plans to build a unique "21st century" model city, deep in the heart of the Amazon rain forest, where an international team of scien- tists will exploit some of the world's richest mineral depos- its. The model city, named after the late German scientist Alex- ander von Humboldt, will at- tempt to preserve a perfect ecological balance in one of the last places in the world where man can start from scratch. Brazil's Ministry of Planning will spend $1.5 million this year to fly in the nucleus of the city from Cuiaba, capital of the sparsely populated western state of Mato Grosso in which Humboldt will be located. "Humboldt is the Brazilian reply to the United Nations Conference on Environment, held last year in Sweden," Planning Minister Joao Paulo dos Reis Velloso explained. "It is the start of a civilization based on a technology a...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 August 1973

r THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD Page 32 Firemen on Ambulance Detail Lead Busy Life LEXINGTON, Ky. - "If we can get them to the hos- pital in as good shape as we found them or better, then we've done our job," fire de- partment Lt. John Logsdon said. Logsdon and Norm Johnson "ride the buggy" as one of three crews who operate the ambulance service of the Lex- ington-Fayette County Fire De- partment. They're not unique. Men like them render similar service across the state, across the na- tion. "We're not really like the guys on that television show. We can't play doctor, although a lot of people do call us doc- tor," Longsdon said. Like an increasing number of men who do the work, however, Logsdon and Johnson are quali- fied Emergency Medical Tech- nicians, having 81 hours of classroom work, 80 hours in an emergency room and 40 extra hours of lectures by doctors be- hind them. A two-way radio keeps the ambulance men in contact with doctors at the University of Kentuc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 August 1973

1 < ' ! . Jf a I*. RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 30 Thursday August 23, 1973 Rio Grande City, Texas tell it it IS HAUL Tltfjo HERA L.I) MANAGING EDITOR Where does the sand- castle builder fit in? During the Commissioners Court meeting held last Fri- day morning Commissioner Hector Lozano asked that any further reports from the housing authority, especially those made by Joel Guerrero Jr., be put in writing. "I would like to see everything on this matter in black and white, why should we take the word of one man?" Lo- zano asked. "I fully agree with you, and this is why we hope to have a joint meeting with the Starr County Housing Authority," County Judge Ramirez said. The problem is this folks ... the county has been given some one million bucks with which to build 64 houses ranging from two to three bedrooms. These houses would then be rented to low-income families at a fraction of the cost and the governme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 August 1973

^ vv^ v\ve li>>a |M lrr~oii Pencils, papers, and books are being taken out and dusted off, for this is the order of the day. With school under way, young minds and bodies which have been "at rest" all summer need only a lit- tle dusting off. The summer .sun, fresh air, and spirit of play has kept them alert and ready to learn. The beginning of a school year is a time to set goals and to formulate ideals, and to start fresh at an attempt to fulfill them. ***** It has been said that ideals are like stars; you will not succeed in touching them with your hands, but like the seafaring man on the desert of waters, you choose them as your guides, and, following them, you reach your destiny. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Kress, Dc. & Mrs. Thomas Eubanks with sons, Steve and Mark, of Little Rock, Arkansas were recent guests of Mr. & Mrs. Willie Langley and Family of Edinburg, and Mr. & Mrs. Oscar Trevino, Mr. & Mrs. Benny Rodriguez, While in Ed- inburg they attended the wedd...

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