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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THUS-DAY. MARCH 30. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 ! V DECLAMATION—Aaron Montemayor, first, Raul Garcia, third, Mrs. E. Doyno, sponsor and Miss P. Doyno, sponsor Araceli Alaniz, fourth and Cynthia Olivarez, first. I' I UIL WINNERS.-When Ringgold Intermediate enters competition they usually make a good showing but this year the school took it all. Under the leadership of principal Rene Rolando Lopez and members of his faculty and a group of dedicated students Ringgold In- termediate swept through the UIL Literary events held at Ringgold Junior High last week. PICTURE MEMORY -This group took this event with no one else claiming a prize, fhey all score a first place in the com- petition. They are Omar Pena, Rudy Barrera, Alberto Trejo, David Martinez, Blanca Gonzalez and Reymundo Alvarez. Mrs. Oralia Garza, sponsor. J I m SPELLING—Gracie Perez, Elsa Cortez, second place, Wil- lie Rodriguez third, Javier Hernandez and David Marroquin, first. Their sponsor was Mrs. B. Villarreal. NUM...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Let's put government into hands we can depend on r-r-- j v! . >;> 'f. 5 •• j '•■. ■« •„ • > ' ••• " HriBif yfc? v-WT H ^ •V -' ■r® "V*: .. T-'j-r" *• --2 • . ~v V A ■ . ' '* • - :. % :":T ' Vtp^ When scandal rocks our state government, as it has for more than a year, it is time for Texans to take the reins of government and place them once again into the hands of an honest, capable man. This is a time when Texans need a man to believe in. A man like Dolph Briscoe. His success- ful experience in business and agriculture, his work in government to provide farm-to-market roads and to eliminate the screwworm have proven him a man Texans can depend on when solutions are needed. His unquestioned reputation for honesty and integrity stand him head- and shoulders above his opponents. Never has Texas been offered such unacceptable candidates for the office of govenor. And never has Texas so urgently needed a man like Dolph Brisc...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

f k e3icsi Come See Us! That's What We're r ' ■ • .".jlvi'lw Here For mL 1 k. Furniture See Us At., 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm thursday, march 30 1972 the rio grande herald page 19 RABANfTOS tor charues scmtz 10 m\6o\ d A EST p£/A; no vowio. i pd k^fioo? dkolo isa^? "xt ccrfwo hMteV&W macegrme t [ah / q3wheer *la 0ue fuw" v wayia vki" 6b? \ / nc^07ti)6 lc£ qoe-lo extra - < cq^uosos / m.mi HOID/V rtw& ^02s" _ /nfeoat. ?Wb\ &&<? iw) do'lafle; V/\ HE LEipO ocho 0ala- 6ra4- r l/&tima qjf to ami go no , &taa&x?af& d^fftw- lo... t^tlmaqoeltd^-se peeeai3on... ddc^oe 0 habpa ico to a/vw60 ? _ ho lo fjh oh alam8k iee teurdho. <9 vupla ma£ dp 3aaep* deato le pa aaaped- nrgpnrnw ttzstzbst d - \ <ip9fce hab|^ aae- hop fee emluldf... ko cebepfa /w\p ^olo- lc6 6u6aho^ van a aeo- ^a(2 dc fcl... _ /'kta^ fteocom- row [u/wyao lmruampqftto wpsr y rirc^^ti^v co ( vpe' ) loh6paku / j uh 6ato a6artfo', ^ a e:milio! /a 6alo d^lwcimo, a6arrd a tMUIb! i 5alvalo' #...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 30 March 1972

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS RIP GRANDE TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 14 Thursday April 6, 1972 It it) Grande City, Texas t. tell it like it IS* • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Starr County Sheriff, Rene A. Solis>in an exclusive interview with a Valley radio station said that the Starr County Sheriffs Department was in need of more law enforcement officers from state agencies such as the Texas Department of Public Safety, Texas Rangers and others. He also said that his department was under-manned and that he desperately needed more funds, equipment and man-power to cope with what he called an "out- break of crime in the county" due to the rigged law enforcement in the Valley. Solis said that crack-downs by Valley law officials had turned Starr County into a heaven for criminals. What the county needs is not more man-power, what we have in the department is doing as fine a-job as can be expected from a department with little or no lead- ership what ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 RIO GRANDE CITY THURSDAY Tax Problems Face Next Legislature AUSTIN With one special legislative session gone, p ttticians are grasping for any tty of hope about the big prob- lem of the next one; taxes. They found some encour- agement in a Texas Research League report Friday that said they might not have to raise as much new revenue this sum- mer as they had thought. But nobody was talking about ho#they wanted to raise what- ever amount of money is needed to to lance the state budget for the fiscal year start- ing Sept. 1. "I haven't got a new tax chairman yet," was Speaker Rayford Price's dodge. "Let's wait and let Gov. (Preston) Smith recommend them, that's his constitutional role," said Lt. Gov. Ben Barn- es. Smith made the session nec- essary last June when he ve- toed the second half of a two- year general appropriations bill. He said at the time, using an argument fevored by Barnes, that a smaller tax bill might be needed if action on the second year o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

*4 - * ' : - I- i k k i m f-i '< 9 THURSDAY, APRIL C. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 NORTH GRAMMAR LITERARY WINNERS—Frank Doyno and Yvonne Yvette Lopez pose with their teachers Mrs. Gilber- to Garcia after winning the first place position in Story Tel- ling in the recent UIL literary events. North Grammar principal is Ruben Chapa. North Grammar honor roll Ruben Chapa, Principal of North Gramma^ School, an- nounced the following Honor Roll Students for the Third- Nine Weeks: FIRST GRADE * A, Leti- cia Alaniz, Sandre Mae Guerra, Sylvia Lopez, Victoria V. Munoz, Maria Celinda Olivarez, Laura Liza Pena, A & B,' Reymundo Lopez, Amaro Salinas, Jr., Jessie Ray Warren, MariaIdolina Acevedo, Araceli Alvarez, Rosabel Garcia, Elda Monica Guerra, Balbina Rodriguez,Ella Lou Saldana, Alfredo Garza, Rober- to Lopez, Daniel Pena, Maria Guadalupe Garza, SECOND GRADE * A, Rene Rolando Lopez, Jessica Cod- dington, Cynthia Rodriguez, Rosalinda Tamez, A & B, Frank G. Doyno Jr., Gilberto Gu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 6^ 1972 THE RIO GRANDE an 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 evening with singer-actress lola beltran... \ #3$ guests enjoy singing and food at reception.... LOLA BELTRAN— Famed Mexican Singer and Actress Lola Beltran was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr., at a reception hel in her honor last Friday night. Miss Bel tran internationally known for her singing was introduced to local residents by the two hosts. Miss Beltran has just returned from a tour to Japan with Mexi can rresident Luis Echevarria Diaz discusses Mexican folklore with Miss Beltran L /kkoto4 taut txeio 1 BIRTHDAY PARTY--The evening was also a birthday party for Miss Mary Diaz on her birthday. Miss Beltran is pictured singing Las Mananitas to Mary as Mrs. Pedro Diaz Sr looks on. In bottom ohoto Dr. and Mrs. Salvador Rodriguez pose for shot with their favorite Mexican singer. The Rodri- guez are formerly of Mexico City where Miss Beltran re- sides. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Miss Beltran enters h...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Y KC PROGRESS--The De Saulles Council of the Knights of Columbus is expanding their hall to add another 5000 square feet. Attending the opening of the construction were Lino Perez Jr., State Deputy, Francisco Garza, local Grand Knight, Leo Noser and Homero Saldana Deputy Grand Knight for the local organization. The hall when completed will provide some 10,000 square feet of space. "The KCs have seen the need for a greater place to meet and for towns people to gather and that Is why we are expanding our hall," Garza said. Old TV Shows Will Bow Out NEW YORK - Fred MacMurray, Glenn Ford, Glen Campbell, Tony Curtis, David Janssen, James Franciscus, Elizabeth Montgomery and Don Rickles are among the stars whose television programs have been canceled by ABC and CBS. Add to these the names of James Stewart and James Gar- ner, whose shows got the hook at season's end from NBC- plus Shirley MacLaine and An- thony Quinn whose ABC series las...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY. APRIL 6, 1972, RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Special Session Over In Austin AUSTIN, Tex.- A re- form-minded special legislative session that never became as stormy as some feared— or hoped— ended around midnight today after three work-filled days. Lawmakers,called into emer- gency duty by Gov. Preston Smith Tuesday, started home after approving; — A billboard and junkyard control act required by federal highway beautification laws. Failure to pass the measure would have lost Texas $24 mil- lion a yar in federal highway funds. -A bill appropriating $2.15 million to pay for the May 6 and June 3 Democratic and Re- publican primary elections. THE FAMILY LAWYER Contesting the Contest "Decisions of the judges shall be final." So said Rule Number Seven in the dot-counting contest spon- sored by a neighborhood store. But when the judges rejected Myrtle's entry on grounds of neatness, she took the matter to court. "Their announcement didn't say a word about neatne...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 6,1978 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 i FIRST DAY LETTERS to the Inaugurating (he UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1. 1971 Editor FETED— Miss Noella Hlnojosa daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul T. Hinojosa was hono- red with a tea Saturday afternoon by Mrs. Raul Hinojosa, Mrs. Raul Hinojosa Jr., Mrs. Romeo B. Saldana and Mrs. Carmen Garza. Miss Hinojosa is the bride-elect of Mario E. Ramirez Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Mario Ramirez. The couple will pledge vows June 9. Pictured above are Mrs. Mario Ramirez, the honoree and Mrs. Raul Hinojosa. Seven day extension AUSTIN—Individuals in the Lower Rio Grande Valley who were delayed in planting cotton by recent rains may obtain seven-day extensions of the March 30 deadline by applying to the Texas Department of Ag- riculture, Cofmmlssloner John C. White announced. He emphasized that exten- sions will be given on an indivi- dual basis only and no exten- sion will be given beyond April 7. The ruling applies to Cameron and Willacy Cou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

DEL MONTE I SAVEmsMEmtk. GOLDEN JERSEY W MELLORINE \ $f I " \ FOIL TODAY AT V^L-U-MART 1/2 GAL FOR 3AvsAa w® in CATSUP 3l0,„59< WAXTEX , / WAX PAPER 4 "$l.00j 400 51.89 ANACONDA 'SHwaiffngk flpn/foodl HEINZ 16 OZ. 39< PILLSBURY FLOUR REMARKABLE PEARS 25 LB NO. 21/2 CAF SPAN HAMBURGER DILLS MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING COOKING OIL "" „,S9< FAB gt. size 69< DETERGENT"™ .,„99C J^JI.OO 59< NATION'S Ni.vl 12 OZ. DISCOUNT FAMILY DISCOUNT* PRESCR Call 467-2504 Far Yoyr D LinO Perez 111 -fiegistet Pete Diai Jr.-Prop m U;,o Ca Rio Grande City KOUNTY KIST CUT CRYSTAL DETERGENT PRODUCE A|AX ALL PURPOSE CUT GREEN BEANS KOUNTY KIST PEAS CLEANSER A . - - RAINBO CORN —' 5-$1.00 CINAMON ROLLS FABRIC FINISH"""" ,.„49< JUICE"'"'"' .... 3™$I.OO * > KRAFT apple apple-grape fflhan 18 OZ. JAR \UI'!555aihi north?RW TISSU HOUSEWAR SUNBEAM STEAM IRON 12' BAR-B-Q GRIL DECKER'S DECKER'S DECKER'S DECKER VALLE FRYERS SMALL KRAFT PIKE'S

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

VOUl _ vtfMwes * FROZEN FOODS FROSTY ACRES BROCCOLI SPEARS s oz GREEN PEAS CHOPPED SPINACH CUT CORN IT FAMILY CENTER INT* PRESCRIPTIONS Fqc /oi/r Discount Prescription '■ 111 -Registered Pharmacist P «■ Lii.o Canales Jr. General Mpnager Starr Plaza Shopping Center FROSTY WHIP«... 1*' FROSTY ACRES WHOLE STRAWBERRIES 49< IS TOMATO SAUCE ISE .303 CAN 28 OZ. 4 IORTWR«| ISSUE EWARES GRILL I0< COLGATE TOOTHPASTE LARGE 89< SIZE DELUXE Jome permanent^applicat^ E SNOBRITE RICE 2 LB. BOX GALLON GOLD TIP BEETS I CARROTS HOMINY TOMATO SAUCE ONLY AT VAL-U-MART LILT HOME J | " PERMANENT f GENTLE REGULAR SPECIAL REG- 129 RIGHT GUARD DECKER'S COOKED HAM > 4 0?. PKG. EA£*T t A PILLSBURY DANISH SWIRL $ DECKER'S KORN KIST BACON SPRAY 1.4? t COPPERTONE $1.79 SUNTAN LOTION 4 OZ VASELINE HAIR TONIC 3.5 OZ. 98< SIZE Saluting National Baby Week — BIG SAVINGS on IVORY • BIZ • DOWNY Mommies' Big Helpers •VALUABLE COUPON • MONEY < PERSONAL IVORY Only VAL-U-MART 10 .Good Thru _ 4-9-72 Limit o...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

RIO GRANDE HERALD RIO GRANDE CITY THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1972 Page 10 La Raza Unida Leader Lashes WASHINGTON — Sen. Ed- ward M. Kennedy (D-Mass.) fame under harsh attack by a Chicano political activist after the senator delivered a speech to Chicano law students holding a conference here that explored the judicial rights of Spanish- speaking people. "We shouldn't be fooled by pasty-faced people like Ken- nedy. His brothers fooled us," Alberto Gurule, a leader of La Raza Unida, a Chicano politi- cal party in the Southwest, told law students at Georgetown University. "Go into the houses and you see a picture of (John) Kennedy Ijy the shrine to La Virgen de Guadalupe. We have to stop being fooled by them." Gurule, once a candidate for governor of Colorado, did not criticize Sen. Joseph Montoya (D-N.M.) who also addressed the conference. Support of political parties in the U.S. by Chicanos is like going "to the person who gives you the di- sease to ask for a cure," Gu- rule said. He urged t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1972, RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 1 <4* *- * -V Tax-Payers Will Pay For Primary AUSTIN — Texas vot- ers who pay taxes will be pay- ing their own primary election expenses when they vote on May 6 and June 3. "So &rasl know this is the firsttime ever," said Secretary of State Bob Bullock, the state's chief elections officer. State tax money has always been used to defray the cost of general elections, but— until Thursday night—the political parties holding primary elec- tions have paid for them with ever-increasing filing fees for candidates. Now, for at least this year, state tax money will be used to pay election costs, augmented by greatly reduced filing fees of candidates. This was ordered by federal courts and was enacted into law by the special session. It lacks only the governor's signa- ture. The 1973 Legislature will have the job of deciding how to finance primary elections in the future. Filing fees cannot be AUSTIN from page 6 ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 6. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 TELL From Page 1 Longoria, well 24 years of nothing adds up to nothing. Longoria has done little things like trying to fix-up Mayorga Plaza, introduced resolutions for motherhood and applie pie . . . etc. . . etc . . . . On the other hand Longoria has tried several times to sell out the people of precinct three. One such time that sticks to the minds of people in the area was re- cently when the federal government awarded the coun- ty money to repair roads from damage due to Fern. Longoria was willing to give Commissioner Rey- naldo (Moreno) Alaniz, $10,000 of the money appro- priated to precinct three in an obvious attempt to get Alaniz to hire Homer Trimble as the man in charge of the repairs. Think about it people of precinct three.. . Longoria would sell you out if the law allowed it .... everyone knows he has tried and failed. * * * * * The People's Party election of officers cause some problems for a local rancher this week...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

. - - 4* A - RIO GRANDE CITY RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1972 page 13 South Texans Named To CPL's Board Of Directors Two South Texas business leaders, John Crutchfield of Corpus Christi and P. K. Stubblefield of Victoria, were ; elected members of the Central Power and Light Company / \ MICHAEL RVTLERS HAIR I he American I ribal Love Rock Musical COMING TO McAllen Civic Center — April 21 Harlingen Auditorium — April 22 Sponsored by Rio Grawde Valley Press Club for COLLEGE JOURNALISM SCHOLARSHIPS Ticket Prices: $9, 7.50, 6, 4.50, 3 ($3 Harlingen only) Tickets on Sale at— EDINBURG The Gap, 1200 W. University Val's Jeanery, 222 S. Closner McALLEN Central TV. 2114 N. 10th Whalen's Music 1000 E. Miracle Mile Singer Sewing. 217 S. Main MISSION RGP Printing 8c Office Supplies. 1117 Conway RIO GRANDE CITY Ralph's. 513 E. Main Rattler's Den. Star Plaza REYNOSA El Maiiana Rio Guayalejo 1304, Apartado No. 14 BOX OFFICES OPEN April 17—McAllen Civic Center April 22—Harlingen Auditorium ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

RIO GRANDE CITY, RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 THURSDAY APRIL 6. 1972 Ubiquitous Reformers AUSTIN, Tex. — It was hard not to find a "reformer" Thursday night in the scandal- rocked Texas Legislature. The House, hardest hit by the 1971 stock scandal, voted 138-5 for rules to dethrone some of the old lions of that chamber and weaken the speaker's pow- er. Both the House and the Sen- ate adopted joint rules restric- ting conference committees, which often have forced law- makers to vote blind on com- plex issues. L«9al Notice PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE STARR County Water Control and Improvement District No. 2, 503 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 sewage effluent from the proposed new and improved se- wage treatment plant (extended aeration ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 6 April 1972

1 I Thursday; april 6,1972 the rio grande herald page ig (b) Elongated types of tomatoes, commonly refer- red to as pear or plum shaped (La Bonita, Chico, etc.). are regulated except for minimum size. Legal Notice Revised Rules And Regula- tion For Administration Of House Bill No. 286 Regular Session 46TH Legislature Texas Tomato Standardiza- tion And Inspection Act By virtue of the authority ves- ted in me under the terms and provisions of House Bill No. 286, Acts of the 46th Legis- lature, I, John C. White, Com- missioner of Agriculture of the State of Texas, do hereby pro- mulgate the following revised Rules and Regulation for the enforcement of said Act: 1. Regulated Period: Spring Crop - April 1 to July 15, 1972 2. Grade: Unclassified, or better, 3. Size requirements: (a) 7 x 8's and larger (b) Minimum 1-14/16 inches diameter (c) Sizes may be co-mingled (mixed) 4. Containers and Markings: (a) Any container may be used but must be lidded (b) Containers with tomatoes grading Uncl...

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