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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13. 1972 PAGE 5 Tom Landry Tries Again For Elusive Super Prize One of Mission's favorite sons tries again Sunday to win an elusive prize that has dodged him in recent winters — the championship of the National Football League. Tom Landry, head coach of the Dallas Cowboys who have done it all but win the Super Bowl, gets another shot at the Title Sunday afternoon in Tulane Stadium at New Orleans. It's the second straight Super season for the Cowboys, who lost 16-13 to the Baltimore Colts in last year's big game. Sunday the Cowboys meet the Miami Dolphins in their second year of an amazing resurgence under former Baltimore Coach Don Shula. The Cowboys (13-3) qualified for the Super Bowl by beating San Francisco 14-3 for the Na- tional Football Conference championship. The Dolphins (12-4) stunned the Colts 21-0 for the American Football Con- ference title. Dallas is riding the crest of a nine-game winning streak, TOM I longest in the club history...

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

THURSDAY, JANl'ARY 13, l'J7J THE RIO GRANDt.' Hl-.'RALD PAGE 0 THE FAMILY LAWYER Too Old to Drive? As auto accidents go. Mrs. Martin's collision with another car was nothing special. But soon afterward, had news arrived in the mail. "Your driver's license has been revoked." said a notice from the Traffic Bureau. Mrs. Martin, an ardent motor- ist. decided to put up a fight. Challenging the Traffic Bureau in court -he pointed out that the collision was in no way her fault. "Even so." countered a Bureau spokesman, this woman has al- ready passed her 77th birthday. That alone is enough basis for us to revoke her license." But the court disagreed. Order- ing the license restored, the court said advanced years alone are not enough reason to take awiy a person's right to drive. Most traffic laws say that offi- cials may revoke the license of anyone unfit to handle a car. But they may not classify a person as unfit without good grounds. Even a physical disability may not be enough to disqua...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

f • . - THE RIO GRANDE HEHALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 PAGE 7 mimmmtmnminiitmrni Woman's Touch l>\ Mrs Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent State retains truck regulation controls Does eating too many eggs really cause high cholesterol levels? Several recent reports have cast serious doubt on this idea, said Dr. David B. Mellor, Ex- tension poultry marketing spe- cialist at Texas A&M Universi- ty. "Cholesterol is a normal bo- dy compound produced in the liver and found in all body cells," Dr. Mellor said. 'It's especially abundant in brain and nerve tissues. The normal per- son forms cholesterol constant- ly, with little effect from the diet. "In fact, in Framingham, Massachusetts, a recent study involving heart disease and diet caused researchers to conclude that diet had no effect on the in- cidence of heart disease." Another recent development indicates that sugar, not chol- esterol, may be involved in ath- erosclerosis -- a form of heart disease, Mellor reported. New Yo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 PAGE 10' Rattlers lead in 16-AAA cage play Legal Notice Legal Notice i ■ RATTLER TIED FOR DISTRICT LEAD—District 16-3A, fa- vorite RGC, kept its state clean at 2-0 after consecutive tri- umphs over Raymondville and Mercedes. The Rattlers blasted the Bearkets out of their own gym last Tuesday by 104-53. The district's leading scorer, Ovidio Acevedo picked up 43 points while Jose Leon Garcia added 26 and George Pena added 20. Salvador Gonzalez had 19 to pace Raymondville. The Rattlers then came back from a cold shooting first half to beat Merce- des 56-39 Friday. The Tigers made the game interesting in the first half by trailing by only three points but the Rattlers quick- ly mopped up second half. George Pena led the Rattlers with 18 points followed by Garcia's 16 and Acevedo's 14. The Rattlers have this week off for exams but take to the road next Tuesday against co-leader Falfurrias. The Jerseys have edged Edcouch- Elsa 59-58 and bea...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

■ THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 Miss Emilia Teresa Gallardo becomes bride of Flavio H. Garza Miss Emilia Teresa Gallardo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al- berto Gallardo of Rio Grande City, became the bride of Fla- vio II. Garza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix R. Garza of Roma, at a double ring ceremony and Nuptial Mkiss. Rev. Father Severino Varona OMI, officiated at the ceremony and Mass in Our Lady of Re- fuge Church at Roma Sunday De- cember 26 at seven o'clock in the evening. Mrs. D.L. Munsell, organist, played traditional wedding mu- sic and accompanied Yamil Yunes, who sang Panis Angeli- cus. Floor baskets filled with white flowers and gilded foliage flanked the satin covered prie- dieu where the couple pledged vows. The bride was given in mar- riage by her father. She wore a Bridal Creation gown of Ivory satin fashioned in princess style adorned with reimbroidered al- encon lace at front bodice and stand up collar. The back clos- ing of the gown was edged w...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

COURT From Page 1 Hart told the court that the final judgment In the case the City of Roma versus Starr County, the ruling stated the City of Roma was to receive 35 per cent of net operating sur- plus. Hart, after a long and de- tailed explanation, contended that the money should be paid out of the general fund because it was part of the expenses In- curred by the operation of the bridge. Guerra told the court the rul- ing stated that the expenditures of operating the bridge, accord- ing to the judge, were not to exceed 25 per cent of the new operating surplus. He also told the court that the sandblasting and the painting which is done maybe every 15 years is not a normal operating expense which is what the ruling calls for. Guerra asked that the court pay the sandblasting out of the Emergency Fund as prescribed by the Trust Indenture of the bridge, or the City of Roma would be forced to ask the Dis- trict Judge for a ruling which would force the county to pay attorney's fees. This ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 PAGE 13 Roma keeps lead with 141-39 stomping... • , I a WENCHE—-The big back-up man for the Gladiators Is Wenche Garcia, an under-exposed 6'6" man, has an average scoring of 25 points per game. Wenche is the district leader in rebounds. 4° POINT MAN—All-American Jesus Guerra of Coach E. Garza's Roma Gladiators SC°Je^. P°lntS 111 1116111 game aSainst arch-rival La Feria 68-58 in what was considered a xold night for the Gladiators. Jesus has drawn the attention of many university scouts from throughout the country. (M M ROMA WINS -- The high scoring Roma Gladiators gave All-America Jesus Guerra and All-State V/enche Garcia atow- el before the first half ended and kept them benched to watch their teammates stomp over the Port Isabel Tarpons 141-39. Before the half ended Guerra had 25 points in his pocket. The Gladiators are now 23-1 for the season and 4-0 for dis- trict play. The only defeat was to Brownsville early in the sea- son whom ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1972 PAGE 14 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer The collection and disposal of used materials today cons- titutes a large problem that simply can no longer be ig- nored. "Perhaps the most awesome task facing mankind today is the disposal of the wastes he produces," said C.K. Foster, director of Sanitary Engineer- ing Division of the Texas State Department of Health. "Much attention has been on focused on air and water pollution, but only recently has land pollution, or solid wastes, been a topic of equal concern." In Texas, studies have shown an average of nearly one ton— 2,000 pounds—of refuse per person is thrown away each year. This is about five cubic yards of compacted solid wastes, or 5.5 pounds of solid wastes per individual per day. Collection and disposal of all this refuse cost Texans more than $55 million last year. Col- lection of solid wastes repre- sents 80 per cent of the cost; disposal accounts for the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 January 1972

- m : ■ Hi- l i I I I TTENTION SPECIAL NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS STARR COUNTY Of I This Saturday, Jan. 15, 1972, in order to introduce our Full Service Furniture and Complete Appliance Line, to All Residents of Starr County and to help you defray the cost of your trip to our beautiful showrooms in McAllen and Pharr, we are making the following offer: ANY AND ALL DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED ON THE PURCHASE OF ANY ARTICLE OF FURNITURE, BEDDING OR APPLIANCE WILL BE PAID BY OUR ADVERTISING DEPT. THERE ARE NO TRIOS OR GIMMICKS TO THIS OFFER. THE ONLY QUALIFICATIONS ARE: 1.) You Must Be A Resident of Starr County 2.) Every Applicant Is Subject to Normal Credit Approval. 3.)Offer Expires 6 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 15,1972 - PLEASE COME SEE US- (WE FEATURE SUCH BRAND NAMES AS ADMIRAL, HOT POINT, SERTA, ZENITH, AND CALDWELL.) -i i FREE DELIVERY - - - FREE GIFTS TO ALL LADIES Furuutwta r 200 S 17th McALLEN MU6-8308 (THE OLD AZTECA BUILDING) 2200 S. CAGE PHARR 787-7201

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

' \ editorial The Rio Grande Herald will support Dolph Briscoe in his candidacy for the Democratic nomination for rfscoefLi'fn^ependently wealthy rancher and busi- nessman from Uvalde, offers the best hope among the candidates now announced for a return of independ- ence and integrity to Austin. Governor Preston Smith, whom The Herald once supported with high hopes, has been an integral and participating part of stock payoff scandals which have made Texas citizens look foolish, no matter what their party. Further, under his leadership, the Democratic party has sunk to new, flounderinglows.NothingSmith can do or say in his bid for a third term, despite his present control of the state machinery, will dispel the rotten aura which surrounds his administration. Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes is a fat cat machine candidate with his golden boy image smeared from the same grease that Smith rolled in. The difference between Smith and Barnes is, as Frank Sharp is quoted as say- ing "Ben takes cash." Sm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

Commissioners reject salary hike The Starr County Commissioners meeting in a re- cessed segment of their regular January term heard several reports on insurance, delayed the booting out of Starr County Probation Officer Mayor Hector Lozano and efforts on the part of Commissioner Amar.do Pena to give county employees a pay raise failed. The court heard a report from County Judge Mario Ramirez which gave the commissioners a breakdown on the Insurances to cover the Roma-Miguel Aleman bridge. A question on whether the county could Insure the entire bridge was cleared by the report. The county then approved a bid by Flynn-Pan American to cover the use and occupancy and the entire $340, 000 on the bridge. The court also moved to approve the insurance on the fire station. The court approved a request by the county judge to check on the insurance policy. The court approved the bid by the People's Protective Life Insurance Company. The court gave approval to the Falcon Water Supply Corporati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

% :r - t - 1 - F "•I i I 1 i V a THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 ROMA ON TOP—Jumping out to a quick 26-9 first quarter lead, Roma took sole pos- session of first place in District 32-AA Tuesday night with a 85-56 victory over Shary- land. With the victory Roma upped its district mark to 6-0 while Sharyland fell to 5-1. On the season, the Gladiators lifted their record to 25-1 while Sharyland dropped to 13-4! Wenche Garcia led Roma with 25 points while Jesus Guerra tallied 23. Mike Vlllarreal' 16, and Haraldo Garza, 14, also hit in double figures. Mark Townsend led the losers with 21 while brother Pat had 16 and Lloyd Dahlberg 13. "+ f RiO WINS — Rio Grande City, stunned by two near misses on the part of host Falfur- rlas, took sole possession of District 16-AAA Tuesday night with a 61-57 victory in double overtime. The Jerseys blew two golden opportunities to upset the Rattlers. Fal missed a shot with 10 seconds left in regulation play and the Rattlers tied t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

' THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20,1972®^ ■t Rare Coins On Exhibit A display of two of the rar- est coins of Mexico will be one of the main attractions at the 5th annual McAllen Wildcat Show Jan. 28-30 at the McAllen Civic Center. A record price - $29,000 - was paid for the two coins at a recent California nu- mismatic auction by a Valley coin collector. The coins are an 1813 eight reales minted at Valladolid de Mlchoacan (now the site of Mo- relia, Mexico) with the count- erstamp P.V.D. which stands The Rio Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Pub- lishing Company, Incorporated, 102 East Second Street. Raul Trejo, Managing Editor and General Manager. Second Class mall privileges authorized at the Post Office at Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582. Subscrip- tion Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per year; Outside Starr County, $3.50 per year. Mail- ing Address: P. O. Box 452, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582. Tel. No. 487-2819. PHARMACY TOPICS...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 11 f t * 11 i 1 f tit ft k mrmniinaimattmnn Woman's Touch by Mrs. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent In the market for a used car? Better keep your wits about you, said Mrs. Bonnie Fowler,, Extension specialist in home management at Texas A&M Un- iversity. "Use these guidelines when choosing a used car," she said. "Begin by carefully inspecting both the inside and outside of the car. Look for signs of wear and age in repainted areas along THANK YOU NOTES.. compliments of CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME rio grande city Thank You The family of Aurroa Barrera wishes to express their sincere gratitude to all who accompanied them during their time of sorrow due to the death of their loved one. We especially want to thank those who re- membered through floral arrangements. Sincerely, Barrera & Trevino Family Thank You The family of Vidal P. Lopez wishes to express their sincere gratitude to all who accompanied them during their time ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

Drilling Activity Brisk in Area The early days of 1972 have seen a brisk pace of drilling activity in the Lower Rio Gran- de Valley. A total of 10 drilling rigs are now at work, and activ- ity is expected to continue high throughout this year. Improved oil and gas prices are stimulating exploration for new production, and critically short supplies of oil and gas nationwide are causing upward adjustments in long-depressed prices. More drilling in the Valley means additional lease pay- ments and royalties to landown- ers, and increased employment in this phase of industrial em- ployment. Wages paid oil and gas industry workers are a- mong the highest for industri- al labor in this area. Active drilling rigs at present are: CAMERON COUNTY SKELLY *1 W.R. Schussler, 2 miles NE of Combes, 10,500* wildcat, Harkins drilling below 9,700'. HIDALGO COUNTY AMOCO 1 Geo. H. Coates, 4 miles SW. of McCook, 13,961' Texas Will Participate In Marijuana SPACE CENTER, Houston — Test fields of mari- juan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

I fl '• • "t THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1972 'fff AUSTIN—An interesting po- litical poll was taken at the Gulf Coast Press Association's board of directors' meeting in Houston January 8. Fourteen newspaper publishers were asked: "Who do you think will win the 1972 Governor's race in Texas?" Seven said Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes, four namedDolph Bris- coe and two listed Gov. Preston Smith. The same editors were asked about their vote. Eleven voted for Dolph Bris- coe, two for Lt, Gov. Ben Barnes and one for Governor Smith. SENATE CAMPAIGN— The 1972 campaigns moved into full swing with announcement by for- mer U.S. Sen. Ralph W. Yarbo- rough that he would make a comeback try for a Senate seat. Yarborough, 68, revealed his plans in a series of whirlwind news conferences at Austin, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio. He seeks the Dem- ocratic nomination to oppose Republican Sen. John Tower. Barefoot Sanders of Dallas, already running for the Senate as a Democra...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

SALE STARTS FRIDAY,JANUARY 21 WORLD'S EXCITING 4 II 3 1 MEDITERRANEAN BEDROOM SUITE 422 BROUGHT TO 3-PC. 4-PC. 3-PC. CONTEMPORARY DANISH FR. PROVINCIAL BEDROOM SUIT BEDROOM SUITE BEDROOM SUITE WAS $ *177 $259.95 | J/f J/f z*$2 8 8 HUMINUM COTS ",th mattress %7 H WCTOJUs. educed % VENT HOODS $25 12-CUP PERCULATOR 10 GENERAL ELECTRIC TOASTER OVEN 10 SUNBEAM HAND MIXER $8 GAS OR ELECTRIC SPACE HEATER PRICES START AT TOASTMASTER 2-SLICE TOASTER (10 SINKS White, copper or avocado $7 8 SUNBEAM IRON $6 UTILITY CABINET For groceries, linens, etc. '12 ON NATIONALLY APPLIANCES, TV'S • FRIGIDAIRE • WHIRLPOOL • FRIEDRICH • FEDDERS • ZENITH • RCA oMOTOROLA •TAPPAH Selection of TABLES M SUITE $ • O'KEEFE.U • GOLD SM • PHILCO • ADMIRAi • THOMAS/ • DREXEL • intern; • SEALY many: Everything the floors can hold Hk sensational sales event! . . .Eveiftl teed and everything is drasticallyf low price! We expect big crowds, u - EASY, EA 36 MONTI HELD IN SOFA, CHAIR, 3 TABLES . . WAS $239.95 Wide range of ...

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