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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 HAIR Musical Has Been Presented 1,500 Times *■ > r * 9 r * c f . If you want to ask your friends about whether they think you'd like to see the tribal- love rock musical Hair, you probably will have no trouble at all finding one of them who's seen it. The production has been pre- sented more than 1,500 times in 30 countries around the world and in 15 languages. It will show at the McAllen Civic Center April 21 and at the Harlingen Municipal Auditorium April 22 with two performances at both locations. The Rio Grande Valley Press Club is sponsoring the four perform- ances to raise money for jour- nalism scholarships. Hair was first staged Oct. 17, 19G7, at the New York Shakes- peare Festival's Public Thea- ter. It ran for eight weeks be- Serving Starr County And The World's Oil Fraternity MAGC0BAR MUD & CHEMICALS FOR VALLEY SERVICE DIAL 383-1679 EDINBURG fore moving to the Cheetan, a discotheque. The musical opened on Broad...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 April 1972

PAGE 16 '■ THE RIO GRANDE HERALD inu«vow/w, Veterans In Danger Of Losing GI Benefits v _ C_7 y.,, ful] or mnnHls_ Millions of veterans could lose part or all of their GI edu- cational benefits if they don't act promptly, the Veterans Administration has warned. John L. Barnett, acting dir- ector, Veterans Administration Regional Office in Houston, explained that those whose ben- efits are in danger were d i s- charged between Jan. 31, 1955, and June 1, 19CG. For these veterans, eligibility for VA educational assistance pay- ments for GI Bill schooling ex- pires on May 31, 1974, whether, they are enrolled at that time or not. The expiration date is fixed by a I960 law which, for the first time, extended eligibility for education benefits to Post Korean veterans with service after Jan. 31, 1955. Each veter- an has eight years in which to use his benefits. Normally, the eight years are computed from the uate of his release from military service. But because the benefits were not availab...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 April 1972

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 April 1972

BABY WEE CRIB MATTRESS •:v -'o ■ Regular $9. $7. Charming circus print on vinyl-plastic moisture-proof cover Heavy gauge inner- spring unit posture board construction. I SIX YEAR CRIB Reg. $27. $20 Matching Print All Around BUMPER PAD $3. Reg. 3.99 EA. Natural knotty pine finish -single drop side locks in up or down posi- tion. Plastic teething rails on 2 sides v"'V ; VS. v m J. I ■ ) PETERSON 3-IN-1 FOLDA CHAIR Reg. 15.95 $ 13. 4 Drawer FOLDING DRESSER Reg. $19.95 $ It's a high chair a youth chair utility chair' Safety lock, adjustable tray, ball glides, and it folds up flat' t •.. .. .. 15. Lovely white wicker dresser with thick foam-padded vinyl I PETERSON STROLLER Reg. 18.95 $ 15. Four position rcc.ltnine) scat TufHrx padded iushi'>n, chrem. plated, ny1' n wheel bearings and toe operated I ioHc Folds up in '• sre- nds1 Ml wm\ w LITTLE GIRLS LOVE CANDY STRIPES « SHORT SETS 100% NYLON KNIT SIZES 3-6X Bright, happy colors- teamed together in washable nylon knit Solid shorts with...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

I RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI IT Thu rsday April 27, l<>72 Rio Grande City, 'IVxas tell it like it is* • • % RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR W ater big problem facing residents of La Union area J Alton Slayton, top assistant for the Rio Grande City High School coaching staff has resigned his position with the local school and accepted a similar position with Coach Charlie Williams at Alice High School. Slayton's resignation strikes a blow to the entire physical and football program. Slayton was largely responsible for the defensive unit in the '71 edition of the Rio Grande City Rattlers. * * * * * * * We feel that Slayton's resignation comes as no sur- prise to this writer as Slayton is a man that does not put up too much with the pettiness that has been dis- played by the school board in awarding contracts to the coaching staff. We hate to see him go, because he was not only an asset to the youth of the communi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 ^«DionD iioiinifiinmnia nniimim imn imni Colics & Facts •hmrmrnTfTmrrmrnTTrmn rrTTTTverrr! The Catholic Daughters of America, Our Lady of Mercy Court No. 1968 of Rio Grande City commemorated its 5th an- niversary with the following activities: Corporate Commu- nion at the 10 o'clock Mass. with 42 members and 3 guests in attendance, coffee at the K. C. HaH following a pro- gram: Invocation*- Rev. father • Daniel Sbuckenbroueh Pledge of Alligance to the Flag— Miss Rose Acebo Opening Ode—Mrs. John A. Pope at the piano and Mrs. Pable Pena, Jr. leading Welcome and Introduction of Guests — Mrs. Griffin Taylor Message from the District Deputy — Miss Rose Acebo Accomplishments of the Court —Miss Emma Solis Luncheon Closing Prayer — Father Dan The group enjoyed an Exbi- Starr suffers IT screw worm cases MISSION - Texas posted its heaviest screwworm total of the year Saturday as the flesh-eat- ing livestock pest extended its attacks in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

.1 j t -1 A 1 -1' "a ■i- * 1 1 -<!• Rabies clinic today The Dog Rabies clinic will be held today (Thursday)behind the Starr County Courthouse. The clinic will be the only one held in Rio Grande City is being conducted by Dr. Roberto Margo, Charge for the vacination is $2.00 per doe. "I would also like to remind people about the leash law that just went into effect March 13." Margo said. The new leash law prohibits stray dogs and gives the county the authority to rid the county of dog packs that have been roaming town streets in the past HOT Summer Weather is here! Let us Service Your Home Air -Conditioner NOW!! Includes: Checking Entire System; for leaks, Pressure, cleaning, ^j^\j lubricating and adjusting for Maximum Comfort. RAMIREZ FIRESTONE ONLY 487-2723 Rio Grande City Roma Vote Vote CHICKEN SPECIAL 2 n1: FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY SPEEDYBURGER TRY IT YOU'LL LIKE IT! You Know Where We Are V •• v y >t i v\vJ NOW ON V AND ARE THEY FRESH LAGUNA FARMS Ligarde to speak here The People...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 ff ■ \ WSk. ^SVh A JUNIOR HIGH BAND GETS "SWEETSTAKES" The Ring- gold Junior High Band has, once again, scored high in U.I.L. Band competition. On April 21st, the Ringgold Junior High Band earned the first "Sweepstakes" award in the history of Rio Grande City. The sweepstakes award is the highest award that a band can receive under U.I.L. regulations. In order to re- ceive the coveted award, a band must have received first divi- sion ratings in all three of the annual U.I.L. contests: march- ing, concert and sightreading. Our local Jr. High band is the only Jr. High band in the entire valley that received "Sweepstakes" Award for this year. The Jr. High Band, which strives for ex- cellence in all public performances is presently preparing for the Spring Concert, which is Thursday, April 27, 1972. at the Multi-purpose Center. The Concert will feature the entire in- strumental department and the H.S. Choir. Tickets are $1.00 and $.5...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

i -J - Farm Workers' Plight Due Some Improvement WASHINGTON Asst. Secretary of Labor Malcolm R. Lovell Jr., promised Monday that illegal practices uncovered in the Rural Manpower Serv- ices would be corrected and that adverse conditions for mi- grant firm workers would be improved. His pledge, however, was met with some skepticism by Rep. James O'Hara, D-Mich., chair- man of the House Agricultural Labor subcommittee, and by migrant workers and their law- yers. The subcommittee hearing came a day after the Labor De- partment released a 159-page report summing up a 10-month investigation of the RMS, which had been criticized by 1C farm worker and civil rights groups a year ago as being grower- dominated and anti-worker. The groups had asked abol- ishment of the existing feder- ally funded service with a mi- grant-staffed program to suc- ceed it. Lovell summarized the main judgments of the report, in- cluding reports of civil rights violations, conflicts of interest for farmers within ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Astronauts To Report On Moon Explorations SPACE CENTER, Houston — The Apollo 16 astro- nauts hold a news conference from 100,000 miles in space to- day to report first-hand on their moon exploration. The late afternoon conference is the only major item for the astronauts on their last full day in space before they land on Thursday. In the South Pacific, where the carrier Ticonderoga waits to recover the astronauts, the weather forecast for the £44 p.m. splashdown time Thursday calls for unlimited visibility ex- cept for a few thunderheads, seas of 1 to 3 feet, light winds and a temperature of 84 de- grees. John W. Young, Charles M. Duke Jr. and Thomas K. Mat- tinglyll devote most of the day to monitoring systems, taking stellar navigation readings and resting for their homecoming at the end of 11 days away from earth. During the half-hour news conference, a capsule commu- nicator will read to them ques- tions prepared by newsmen ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

- ! 1 •-I- CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports i: WASHINGTON, D.C.—Pas- sage by the House of a bill authorizing next year's appro- priations for the U.S. Coast Guard is of considerable sig- nificance to our coastal area. The bill authorizes the appro- priation of $154.3 million for procurement and increasing the capability of Coast Guard ves- sels, procurement and exten- sion of the service life of air- craft, construction of installa- tions and facilities (including renovation of the Coast Guard station at Port Isabel), bridge alterations to permit free na- vigation of waterways, and maintenance of active duty per- sonnel. This is, of course, only an authorization measure. But I hope the money will be appro- priated as requested by the House Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, of which I am an interested member. IMPORTANT FUNCTIONS — As South Texans know, the Coast Guard performs many vital tasks for our nation. One of its primary functions is mari- time search and seizure...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

CLEANSER TISSUE fanta CAN SODAS r TATi/R£f CHIFFON m>HW""'"'lT.,39< TOMATO SAUCE'""o. I0< 4 "",Br Q SAUCE SARDINES"" I0( dog chow ;:r.45.5o CAKE MIX."uf"3«$I.OO FLOUR 00 0"E0Al s.. 49< CORN"0""""" 5-SI.00 HOUSEWARES RICISH0',TE 0x19* SPRAY STARCH ""1155 ™ S9* BREAKFAST""""10"""""1 59* CAT FOOD " ^cJS* Pqq FOODRED HEART CHICKEN FLAV0R 15' DETERGENT T.„ „„79( SUPER SUDS o,,(,49< MAP.™ ..tks<<<... 15^ TOMATO0010'" >«.« 6- $1.00 fresh TOMATOES CUKiS < SHOCK ABSORBERS 25,000 mile $c95 guarantee 5# BUMPER JACKS S495 SEAL BEAMS $|49 STERO FOAM BOXES $229 18 oz. 303 can libby PEARS 303 can ARMOUR'S TREET ■ mrs. tucker's SHORTENING CA< 3 lb. box _ 99 gal. can ...MM GOLD TIP.".™ KRAFT COOKING OIL STOCK YOUR MORTON DINNERS 39 i ORANGE treesweet JUICE 2for 43 banquet POT PIES 4 for 00 fishboy FISH STICKS ... 02. 4 sausage and cheese BOY-R-D PIZZA 7* neck end CHUCK ROAST ,594 HAMBURGER 3 ^ $1.00 BEEF RIBS "" > 454 seven bone or SHOULDER ROAST u.88< SWIFT FR...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

TISSUE NAPKINS 4 ROLL PKG. DOZ SMALL 160 COUNT A DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Call 447-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 - Registered Pharmacist Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop Lino Canales Jr General Manager Rio Grande City Starr Plaza Shopping Center WALGREEM NATION'S No I > PHARMACISTS i UMBO ROLLS or. size HEAD & SHOULDER SHAMPOO SUPER SIZE TUBE A LOTION ZE BAR 300 CAN DEL MONTE vN.V.VV- ! v'( " PLAYTEX DISPOSABLE BOTTLES HYGEIA FEH MIST HYGIENE EODORAN ■SPRAYl . each ij $1.00 694 ***** Headfc Should?™ i ^ l.wpoo J 1 tost po ♦« /• tttntjrulf tAji.npoo ynt/ C4I/I di/y fASV /*?//V /Irtlili- H A V t R ta/ff

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

I Florence J. Scott Study Club provides % students with fashion expression THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 navy blue jumper with a heart- shaped applique of plaid mate- rial to match her long sleeve blouse. Edith Covarrubias modeled a yellow double knit pantsult with puffed sleeves. Deborah Lee Gonzalez wore her prin- ted cotton maxi-length dress Maria Magdalena Trevino took the grand prize with her entry in the "Fashions for Fun" Contest sponsored by the Flo- rence J. Scott Study Club on April 19. Miss Trevino, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Abundio Trevino, Jr., modeled a pant- suit of green bonded wool and was awarded a prize of $10 for the most outstanding gar- ment of the show. The contest featured F. H. A. members and Home making stu- dents of Rio Grande City High School and was held In the Community Room of the First State Bank and Trust Co. The girls had picked their own pat- terns and materials and con- structed the garments themsel- ves. The girls's Home...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

1 * -4 THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 17 American Legion Posts Will Be Honored LAREDO—Seventeen Amer- ican Legion Posts will be hon- ored at the annual 15th District Spring Convention of The Am- erican Legion, to be held here Saturday and Sunday, April 29- 30, Estanislao De Luna, com- mander of Fost 6C9, has an- nounced. These posts will be presented citations for out- standing membership achieve- ments. Posts and their commanders are: Asherton 367, Jesus S. Ma- ta; Carrizo Springs 359, A.J. Armstrong; Castroville 4G0, Marion Tschirhart; Crystal City 390, Carlos Avila; Devine 625, Pete Ramos; Dilley 444, H. F. Nicholson; Edinburg 408, Thomas Esparza; Elsa 189, Stanley Odom; Hebbronville 357, F.A. Cerda; La Feria 439, Ralph Pena, Jr., Laredo 59, J. O. Garza; Laredo 669, Estanis- lao De Luna; Pearsall 5, B.C. Sanders; Quetnado 318, H.J. Hill (Adjutant); San Benito 111, James D. Hadlock; Santa Rosa 217, En- rique Mireles; Zapata 486, J.R. Cowart. Registration wi...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 TELL From Page 1 tem. This means that young students will not be forced to learn just English but will have the English lan- guage taught to them along with Spanish. Villarreal who did most of the leg work for the en- tire application is to be commended. If you remember correctly he's the one that got the ax when the new board came into power. ******* Avasolo has been paved! Avasolo the center of controversy because of the vast amounts of money pumped into the street got its first coat of black top Tuesday afternoon. Credit not only goes to the commissioners court but to the many citizens who griped, moaned and groaned for so long that they finally took it to the court with a ''you'd-better-or-else" attitude. ******* SAN ISIDRO UIL WINNERS—When District 32-A U.I.L. Literary Meet was held in San Isiclro recently San Isidro recently, San Isidro Elementary took the literary events along with their big brothers and sisters at San Is...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

- - t I- i <h 4 - THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 STATE An Alaskan Novel m AUSTIN—Atty. Gen. Craw- ford C. Martin jarred legisla- tors with an opinion that they are prohibited from hiring not only their own relatives but those of other lawmakers. The opinion, requested by new House Speaker Rayford Price, thus declared illegal a long-standing practice which, only within the last few weeks, has attracted widespread criti- cal attention. Meanwhile, State Sen. David Ratliff of Stamford, whose fam- ily hiring practices and son- and-daughter job swapping with another legislator triggered a threatened investigation, said he may resign. More than 40 legislators freely admit relatives were on the state payroll (usually in the Senate for House members' kinfolks and in the House for the Senate kin) during the last five years. Many of the cases involved nothing more than leg- islators' children working as t ages, but combined salaries of the improperly-hired totalled m...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

1 THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 ■ Charges Dropped Against 3 Publishing Executives HOUSTON - Felony theft charges against three pub- lishing company executives in- cluding the former president of Ling Temco Vought were dropped Monday in Houston setting off these actions; — Asst. Dist. Atty. Sam Rob- ertson said, "An investigation will now be conducted to see if there were any real basis for the charges." — A spokesman for the pub- lishing company said in Dallas a letter had been delivered to the Harris County (Houston) district attorney's office in which he was asked to in- vestigate an attempt to involve his office in a scheme to de- fraud the firm of $1.5 million. — The attorney for the men Who originally brought the charges, Morton Susman of Houston, said of the Dallas statement, "There's not a word of truth in what these unnamed people have said." The criminal charges were filed last week against Clyde Skeen of Dallas, Gary D. Ber- ger of Los Angeles and ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 April 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1972 PAGE 16 Traeger gets SA endorsement State Rep. John Traeger of Seguin , candidate for the 21st District seat in the Texas Senate, has announced the re- ceipt of four endorsements as the May G Democratic Primary nears. Educators In all 15 school districts in Bexar County have tabbed Rep. Traeger as their first choice in the senate race. The Educators' Legislative Council of Bexar County con- sists of delegates from 17 edu- cational associations — includ- THE FAMILY LAWYER, Common Law Marriage Like baseball and hot dogs, the common law marriage is a peculiarly American institution. Never widely known in Europe, it began to flourish in our colo- nial days when preachers and marriage license bureaus were few and far between. And, even though not allowed in most states, it continues to flourish today to a surprising de- gree. Almost everywhere, a com- mon law marriage is recognized as valid if it was valid in the state where it took place. B...

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