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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

Ehrlichman, Three Others Indicted T r ■i • U < « i C -I- LOS ANGELES For- mer presidential adviser John D. Ehrlichman has been in- dicted by the grand jury in- vestigating the break-In of the office of Daniel Ellsberg's psy- chiatrist, the Los Angeles Times and Washington Post said today. The newspapers said Ehrlich- man, who was White House ad- viser on domestic affeirs, was indicted secretly Tuesday along with former Ehrlichman aide Egil Krogh Jr.; David Young, a former aide to Henry A. Kissin- ger, and convicted Watergate conspirator G. Gordon Liddy. The newspapers said they had learned Ehrlichman also had been indicted on a perjury charge. The Post said the four men were named in burglary-con- spiracy charges. The Times did not specify the other charges, but said they were In con- nection with the break-in. Sources for the stories were not cited. There was no immediate offi- cial comment on the Times' story. After the sealed in- dictments were returned, an aide to special Wat...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

First Cotton Strike May Be Next In Line THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1973 LEGAL NOTICE THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 MEMPHIS, Tenn. - The world may be fcdng its first cotton strike, industry offi- cials say, as the price of the fiber skyrockets and some A n^erican farmers refuse to de- liver crops they pre-sola in the spring at low prices. Trade groups say there is "irisciontent" on the part of some growers— especially in Texas and Oklahoma— who have given notice they Will not fulfill delivery contracts they signed in March and April, when their cotton was going for SO to 31 cents Per pound. At the end of trading Tuesday on the New York Cotton Ex- change, futures rose to 200 points and the October 1973 contract traded at a record high of more than 90 cents per pound. "The present price level of U.S. cotton has been created by a convergence of factors unfor- seen by anyone in March- flooding, unusually strong ex- port demand, shortage of syn- thetic fibers and low '72 carryo- ver stocks," ...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

T -V « >- - « *•. - -h . f Raymondville Harlingen Go Rattlers!!!! LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS 300 E. Main Rio Grande City 487-2440 McAllen STOMP'M BIG RED! Kingsville FIRST STATE BANK 4 TRUST CO. Rio Grande City 487-2551 Edinburg West Oso ALL THE WAY RATTLERS G & S Insurance Agency THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1973 w 313 W Main 487-2131 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS! Rio Grande City Donna PSJA . . . WIN THEM ALL BIG RED! VAL-U-MART Starr Plaza Shopping Center Rio Grande City Laredo Nixon Weslaco . . TEAR THEM UP RATTLERS Starr Plaza Shopping Center Edcouch-Elsa Lyford TD'S ALL THE WAY!!!, LA CASITA FARMS INC. Rio Grande City Mercedes Los Fresnos . . , FOLLOW THE RATTLERS CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME Rio Grande City 487-2544 Hebbronville Falfurrias WE'RE BEHIND YOU RATTLERS IRta 'Pfavunoctf 108 N. Garza 487-2711 Rio Grande City Marine Academy Rio Hondo CREAM THEM RATTLERS RIO MOTORS INC 100 E. Main Rio Grande City Flour Bluff Santa Rosa BACK THE RATTLERS TWIN...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

TISSA page 2 Mr. and Mrs. Mario Guillen and Marlto, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Valle, Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro Hinojoi . and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Her- milo Hinojosa of Delmita. They traveled to Virginia, where they toured Jamestown and Williamsburg. They also went to Washing- ton, D.C. and visited Congressman Kika De la Garza in his office. From Washington they took a train trip to New York where they took a cruise in the harbor and a tour of New York City. On the return trip, they went through Shenandoah National Park and re- turned along the Gulf Coast, stopping at Mobile, Ala., and Lake Charles, La. * * * * Happy birthday, Javier Rodriguez! Javier, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Rodriguez, was one year old on September 1, 1973. He will be given a party by his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ro- berto A. Ponce on September 8. * * * * Mr. and Mrs. Javier D. Margo of Rio Grande City attended the recent International Supreme Convention of the Knights of Colum- bus. During the Knights of Columbus St...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 September 1973

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

i * t ) I MO GRAND! Serving over 5000 readers over 55 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 33 Thursday 13,1973 Rio Grande City, Texas . ■ mm Second in a series... IT'S AI ,L SILENT--It's all silenMn Starr County after hunters from all over the Southwest came to Starr County where the hunted bin! was plentiful. In top picture Armando Garza, is shown as he downed an unlucky white-wing. Garza is the executive director of the South Texas Development Council in Laredo. He was a puest of Stan County Commissioner Hector Lozano. In second picture is the "bird-boy" Muffin Garza son of Mr. and Mr-;. Amando Garza of I aredo. Muffin kept his father informed when he was getting near his limit as game wardens from six different counties pat- roled the area. In bottom picture young J. Solis shows little Marc Edward IYejo how white-wins are to be cleaned. (Herald photos by Trejo) How Dr. Narro feels about our schools EDITOR'S NOTE — Following Is an interview with Dr. Rami- ro N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

TOE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 THURSDAY. SEPT 13. 1973 ...ate aruuiKct foam... by TISSA PETERSON Herald Society Editor The last shot has been fired, the feathers have all settled to the ground, and whitewing season in the Rio Grande Valley is over once again. It turned out to be a surprisingly good year for the hunters with more of the whitewing doves appearing than were pre- dicted. September 1 and 2, 8 and 9 were filled with the sights and sounds of the hunt. Businesses in the area flourished with the siege of hunters that came in for the season, and the air rang with the echo of gunshots. Now it* is over, but the memory of the spirit and fun of the hunt remains for those who got in on the action. Shakes- peare said, "He is well paid that is well satisfied," and a holiday season spent in a challenging pasttime leaves one feeling well sat- isfied. # * * Mr. Minnie M. (Ma) Dugan recently celebrated her 94th birthday at the Retama Manor Rest Home in McAllen. Mrs. Dugan is still active ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 i: >. * j 4 « • •i * * Court has brief session, set Friday for budget hearing The Starr County 'Commis- sioners Court meeting in a regular monthly session agreed to hold the major portion of the regular meeting Friday morning. The court did consider a few items during the Monday morn-, ing meeting. In one motion the commissioners agreed to ap- prove funds lor the purchase of stamps and also approved pay- ment to road hands and other county employees. A resolution regarding the Probation Office for Starr County under the 229th District Court was approved. The re- solution had been tabled pend- ing a study by the county judge. The resolution asks that all money collected by the Starr County Probation Office be put back into the program. The money would be used to continue the probation office budget and project. "I checked out this request with the Council of Govern- ments last week and was told that this is standard in all ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

SLEEPING BEAUTY "Sleep," wrote Shakespeare in Macbeth, "knits up the ravell'd sleave of care." It is, he continued, "the chief nourisher in life's feast." Yet to millions of Amer- icans who find it difficult to go to sleep as well as wake up, Shakespeare's words seem like a wispy commentary in- deed. Now, however, there's a new device for the bed which, if he were living today, would probably meet the approval of the bard. It's called Vibra- Bod and is making vibrations all over the country. The device slips between box spring and mattress to deliver the vibrations that help you to fall asleep as well as gently get up. Featuring a three-position control, it is manufactured by Master Ap- pliance Corporation of Racine, Wisconsin, and can be used with an automatic timer. Also delivering a relaxing massage, Vibra-Bod adds an extra dimension in comfort to standard household furniture such as armchairs and sofas. llpH mi MEMBER RAUL TREJO MANAGING EDITOR TISSA PETERSON. SOCIETY EDITOR ROS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

• I • •1 • 'I* . T ' f I T1IE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973| PAGE 5 Manses case set Oct. 2 Motions for summary judg- ment by Ruben R. Guerra and M. A. (Poncho) Guerra in the case of Clinton Manges against partners in the M. Guerra and Son Estate are set for hearing at 10 a.m. October 2nd in 229th District Court. Ruben Guerra of Roma, in his motion, said lie was elected "to ratify and confirm" a Feb. 27, 1970, contract with Manges if Manges complies specifically with the terms. In a cross-action, Ruben Guerra had contended the con- tract was voidable because of duress. He said he will change his position, confirm the con- tract "and seek his remedy in damages rattier than reels-- sion," according to the [>eti- tion. Poncho Guerra, now of Mc- Allen, said in his motion he wants to ratify and confirm a Dec. 8, 1970, contractile signed with Manges, disregarding a cross-action. Poncho Guerra asks sum- mary judgment for 17.66 per cent of one-half of M. Guerra and Son mi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

A SCHOOL NEWS the rio grande herald Thursday^ September 13,1973 page 6 WhM yS'B"B"8"B'B'VB'> 8 8'B 8 8'8 8 B I B I 8 B 5 1 B mTITI B BE 88 8 8 B 8 ^ fLV> yd* by ROSIE VILLARREAL HERALD SCHOOL REPORTER r, B.fl.g 8.8.8.8 0 8 g_8-BJLBJL8JLg-fiJLft-8_8Jl-8_IIJLgJU-fl-fl Congratulations. . . to the Rio Grande City High School seniors who are celebrating "their" week, this week. Among the activities is the ini- tiation of the little-old-fresh- men who were marked up and generally given a hassel all day Wednesday. The little-old-fish took it pretty good considering all they had to go through. Don't worry fish. . .you'll have your day. * * The mighty junior class is the big winner this week in the Spirit Chain competition. The junior class added the most links to the Spirit Chain this week and they get to carry the spirit stick all week. For those of you that don't know what's going on . . . the Rio High student council sells these links to be added by a particular class to the spirit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 PAGE 7 I - 4 • .1 • I Rattlers drop to Mission Meet PSJA Bears Friday t WORKHORSE—Shown here Is Freddy Sanchez as he takes a much needed rest during the Mission-Rio Grande City game at Rattler field last Friday night. Sanchez is the fullback for the Rattler offense and the first string linebacker for the defensive unit for Coach Roel Maldonado's charges. The Mission Eagles of district 28-AA continued their dominance over 16-3A rivals as they defeated the Rio Grande City Rattlers, 39-0 in a game held Friday In Rio. The win was the second In a row over the Rat- tlers, and fourth in a row over the area 3A schools. Rio took the opening kick-off and drove the ball to t h e Mission 34 before Mission halted the opening drive. Rey- naldo Ybanez, Junior halfback was one of the few highlights for the Rattlers, as he had a 20 yard gain during the first drive. Mission was also unable to mount any drive, having to punt to the Rattlers after thre...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

Dad-To-Be' ''Symptoms' Explained By Doctors THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 PAGE 8 Many doctors call it a "psycho- logical reaction.'' Some psychia- trists call it a "sympathetic ritual." Baffled expectant fathers who ex- perience it, call it an all-around pain. The problem they are all refer- ring to is male pregnancy symp- toms. According to many doctors, pregnancy is more than a period of passive solitary waiting by the mother-to-be. It is also a time of psychological transformation for both husband and wife, reports the Health Insurance Institute. One of the changes that occurs, according to psychiatrists Arthur and Libby Colman, is that the wife becomes more dependent and her need for support gives the husband a chance to practice being a father. He does this by being especially helpful, loving and affectionate as HOME BUYER CLINIC By William J McAulittc, Jr Executive Vice President American Land Title Association ■ ■Aul if'fe checked they await the child's b...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

* 4 r - i •I" Fort Worth Minister Of Music Found Slain THE RIO GRANGE HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 PAGE 9 FORT WORTH, Tex. - El2a Cook, 63, minister of mu- sic at St. Stephen Presbyterian Church, was found slain at his apartment Thursday. Investigators said he was stabbed 14 times in the chest and once in the neck, and a length of electrical cord was looped a I wut the neck. Dr. Feliks Gwozdz, county medical examiner, ruled it was a case of homicide. He said Ave of the wounds were in the heart were the cause of death and Cook also was "strangled with a cord." The pa jama-clad body lay &ee up in the living room near a doorway to a dining area. Nearby were a letter opener, a Fair of scissors and a butcher knife. Police said the letter opener apparently was the weapon used by the slayer. Cook's hands and feet were tied with strips of bed sheet, ■\nd another piece of that mate- rial was stuffed into his mouth, officers said. Detective Lt. O. E. Ball said there were few signs ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

Canadian Strike Settlement Should Ease Paper Shortage new YORK - The se- vere newsprint shortage pinch- ing a number of newspapers across the United States will ease when strikes at key Cana- dian mills are settled. But sup- plies will be tight for at least the next few years. This is the outlook described by leaders in the newsprint in- dustry and executives familiar with the newspaper side of the picture. They generally agree that de- mand for newsprint will be growing faster than supplies, and predict that prices could rise by nearly a third over the next few years to as much as $225 a ton. While no serious crisis is an- ticipated, "for the next couple of years newspapers will have to tighten their belts and con- serve newsprint," says Joseph Prendergast Jr., manager of traffic and newsprint for the American Newspaper Publish- ers Association. Small dailies and weeklies vi ill feel the pinch most severe- ly, observers say, since they tend to buy from wholesalers who lack secure s...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

Donors rGet It Together" For 4-H THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1973 B I) B l« I B fl fl,9 I 8.9.11,8 •r* SPECIAL-"4-H Gets It All Together". That's the theme of this year's National 4-H Week, October 7-13. And 5'A million 4-H boys and girls, a half million volunteer adult leaders, plus countless others who support the 4-H program nationwide will be getting to- gether to call attention to 4-H program successes. Helping them observe National 4-H Week are some 60 businesses, corporations and foundations that support the 4-H program through the National 4-H Service Com- mittee. In 1973, the Committee in its 52nd year, has committed over $3 million dollars to aid the 4-H program, nationwide. These funds go into incen- tives and recognition, educa- tional aids and literature, scholarships, leader training and other services. These corporate friends of 4-H provide over 270 scholar- ships valued at SI86,300. Many of these grants are awarded during the 1973 National 4...

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

FOOD VALUES SWRK SHOPPING AT WELCOME ► BUN PRO a beep and hydra'i"ed ska- soned textured sot PROTgXN * product Ingredients — Beef. Pat. Water. Soy Plotir. Bait. Dehydrated Onion. Pep- per, Monosodiom Glutamate. LB (WHOLE FRYERS, Thursday ZESTA SALTINE CRACKERS LB. BOX c ROAST Sunday Only LB. WHOLE ONLY T-BONE CLUB bacon . • RIB STEAK SAUSAGE Swift Premium Lb Swift Brown & Serve 12 Oz. Pkg.' . Ea ' Chicken Fried BEEF PATTIES 78C $1.19 DCTU<3nr«H4tM« SUPER SIIDS UllkiT>C 3for$],00 HUNT'S KETCHUP 20 OZ BOTTLE RANCH STYLE BUNS is oz. can 5 for $IJ0 ARROW TRASH BAGS IRISH SPRING SOAP REG. BAR HUNT'S KING SIZE TOMATO SAUCE 8 OZ. CAN 0 FOR «pnr] BETTY CROCKER POTATO BUDS 16 Oz. With Coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good At Val-U-Mart Thru 9-19-73 Proten £ M 30 Beef CHUCK ROAST TOP CHUCK ROAST . .. „,.>l.09 :;v l'JU-L SUMMER DEL/GHT... BETTY CROCKER BROWNIE MIX 22 Oz GRADE PET MILK TALL CAN - „ \ - ~ FISH PORTIONS 2 LBS PKG FISHFUIE^ ith Coupon Limit 1 Per Family MEDIUM Good At Val-U-...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

. f AftTA .. CAN DRINKS ALL FLAVORS 14 QUART CARNATION INSTAMT BRiAKFASt PABNK 60z CARNATION INSTANT MILK PALMOLIVE LIQUID DETERGENT 22 oz 39< HUNTS (HALVES OR SLICED) PEACHES 300 can 4 «* $1.00 DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES KODAX FILM CX -126-125 Jl* KODAX X-IS I INSTAMATIC CAMERA SI4!9 REG. $17.95 BREACOL COUGH SYRUP 3 OZ. POLY-VI-SOL t * V ; 1^ VITAMINS NESTEA.™ 3 oz. jar 49 FALFURRIAS (OTTAGE CHEESE „ oz 65' HAVOLINE MOTOR OIL i QT. 3 FOR BAYER TIMED-RELEASE ASPIRINS . CLOSE-UP P LG. SIZE 4.6 OZ. GOLDEN JERSEY MELLORINE 1/2 GALLON FRESH. DAILY « ■*! run i ■ I I I Ml ^ [produce] i m. CELERY NICE & "y CRISP STALK EACH PEACHES NICE SIZE MANGOS It EACH FOR m wit|> Coupon w UJ- Lir«a^ I P*r family Good At Val-U-Mart Thru 9-19-73 jpaaecHCTUjUBBegr LIQUID DETERGENT IVORY m t! With Coupon WEST COUNT Limit 1 Per Family Good At Val-U-Mart Thru 9-19-73 (OaH-IXH: SAVE I fit ON ANY CLEMENTE JAQUES PRODUCT IN OUR STORE With Coupon Limit 1 Per Family Good At Val-U-Mart Thru 9-19-73 ( 5 BIG...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 September 1973

rHE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE *4 THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 13. 1973 Meat Prices Stable At Present Consumers expecting post- freeze hikes in the price of beef are finding that the U roily meat bill vrill stay the same, for the time being at least. Most wholesalers and retail stores took a wait-and-see atti- tude on Monday, the first day after the lifting of the beef ceil- ing that had been in effect since the beginning of April. New regulations permitting price increases on other foods to reflect higher operating costs also took effect Monday. "It's a very unsettled situ- ation," said Terry Ward, mar- ket relations director at the stockyards in Milwaukee, Wis. "There's nothing really con- crete to go by. Producers are kind of watching things. Maybe by Wednesday or Thursday we'll see some kind of trend de- veloping that they can follow." Ward said fewer cattle were sold Monday than normally and prices remained steady. A spokesman for Packerland Packing Co., a large Green Bay, Wis., wholesaler,...

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