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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

- ' ■ [1- r r I > SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARO WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 18 Thursday May 4, 1972 Rio Grande Oity, Texas Starr County residents told incorporate or carry drinking water in jugs BROWNSVILLE - Lawyers for the state said in federal court here Monday thai it is permissible for individuals to haul water from the Rio Grande in jugs and buckets even if they don't have a permit from the Texas Water Right Commission. But those same Individuals cannot band together and through a corporate entity pump water from the river, treat it and distribute it to their homes unless they were assigned an allotment in the Big Rio Grande water rights lawsuit^ An alternative is acquisition of an existing permit by purchase or trans- fer. Another alternative, said Roger Tyler, chief of the environmental protection division of the state attorney general's office, is for the residents of a string of small communities in Starr County to incorporate and acquire the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 WE ASK FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR Roque Guerra ;0* COMMISSIONER PRECINCT I Rene A. Solis ^ Starr County Sheriff We ask your support as concerned citizens... DR. GILBERTO A. CNENE) GARZA BOONE LA GRANGE ELADIO CARRERA FRANCISCO (PANCHO) GARZA -1 I 1 * A ' 4 T 4 ♦ I f t — % * j i •I ■ t r

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 l 4 - i t T ? i 4 "i sw Hog Cholera Quarantine To Continue in Valley '''' . •/ -*m i, ■ vvJRr. ■ - *r* ■ •A " ' " TM8m& ™-: c ... : J&t&S" - mmz& HARLINGEN— Dr. E. L. Judy, who has led the year- long ( and still unwon) fight against hog cholera from here, has been transferred to Arria- rillo to take charge of the coun- terattack against a new out- break in the Texas Panhandle. A case was confirmed ear- lier this week near Dumas in Moore County and the U.S. De- partment of Agriculture and Texas Animal Health Commis- sion are moving quickly as they did late last year in South Texas to try and head off the highly infectious swine disease before it has a chance to get out of control. "We hope it'll prove to be only an isolated outbreak as was the most recent case in this area," said the USDA veteri- narian before packing his bags for the 740-mile trip. The most recent outbreak in South Texas, discovered March 27 in a her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

I Here's How -THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Owning a Home Has Tax Benefits Ownership of a house can provide you with some tidy tax deductions. Some people contin- ue to file a short form return after they have bought a house; whereas, they might itemize deductions and pay far less tax. For example, interest on a house mortgage may be deduc- ted and this can be a good sum, especially in the early years of amortization when interest is high. There are printed tables available for this purpose, and the amount may be surprising. If your bank doesn't have a mortgage interest table, they will tell you how to obtain it. These tables break down the interest and principle for every month of your 20 or 30 year mortgage. You may add 12 months interest and use the to- tal as an interest paid deduc- tion. This amount dwindles as more of the principle is paid off. The real estate and school taxes also are deductible One can also deduct net loss- es resulting from the destruc-...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

-> vjr cp>iv-f)<( -1. «iv>"*. f •• ' ' v i'i V/' 'Tt cV' "t *"'v' '■ ' <:• 'i■ A ij'' • J- -T- 4 - f f THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Commissioner • H > \ x X \ V - '•,/ \ \ J ' - , \ \ \ ' iy} DURAN SATURDAY-MAY 6 Votantes Del Precinto Numero Uno! Me dirijo por este medio a todos los votantes del precinto numero 1 de este Condado. Como todos saben, soy candidato para comisionado de ese precincto, cual puesto he ocu- pado por varios a?fos. Mi contrincante es el Sr. Roque Guerra. Este s£?5br es una persona educada y respetuosa, pero el Sr. Guerra carga con el ciertos serios defectos y desven- tajas nade recomendables, cuales es necesario que el publico conozca y considere antes de elegir entre 61 y yo. Su mayor defecto es que el Sr. Guerra no es un candidato volun- tario, no esta corriendo por que el lo haya escogido, sino que por que fue escogido, fue inducido, fue obligado a correr cuando el en realidad no queria correr. Otro defecto grandisimo...

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

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 UFW FILES SUIT The possibility of renewed un- ion activity by a farm labor un- ion in the Lower Rio Grande Valley was raised Friday in a suit filed against the operators of a citrus farm near Mission. The United Farm Workers or- ganizing committee filed the suit against Productive Prod- ucts Inc., listing Donald. Dent- sen, brother of Sen. Lloyd Bent- sen, D-Tex., as a defendant. It also lists Richard Roe, a fic- titious person, to represent oth- er stockholders unknown to the union. The suit asks, among other things, t{at the 139th district court order a union election at the farm. Union lawyer David Hall of McAllen filed the suit in the name of John Doe, claiming the plaintiff would be in danger of reprisals and retaliation for having joined the union. Hall said he would release the name of the plaintiff only after the court issued protective orders. The suit alleges that after un- ion cards had been signed by some employes, the e...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

tut T -]■ T -{- t •Y- 4- - f THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 RE-ELECT ELIGIO 'KIKA' de la GARZA U.S. CONGRESSMAN THERE COMES A TIME WHEN THE INTERESTS OF YOUR COUNTRY DEMAND THAT YOU CAST A VOTE FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT- THAT TIME IS NOW- WHEN YOU CONSIDER THE ALTERNATIVES. SO NOW THAT IT MATTERS SO MUCH, RE-ELECT KIKA DE LA GARZA COHGRESSMAN- THE COUNTRY NEEDS HIS EXPERIENCE AND MATURE JUDGEMENT. HE KNOWS KNOWS HIS JOB AND DOES IT WELL. KIKA HAS WORKED FOR THE BEST INTERESTS OF ALL SOUTH TEXAS. HE HAS BEEN EXTREMELY HELP HELPFUL TO STARR COUNTY- IN GOOD TIMES AND BAD TIMES. SHOW YOUR CIVIC INTEREST AND PRIDE- SUPPORT AND VOTE FOR YOUR CONGRESS- MAN- E. 'KIKA' DE LA GARZA VOTE FOR KIKA-HE CARES! (PAID POLITICAL ADV. FOR KIKA DE LA GARZA BY PETE DIAZ JR.)

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Price Commission Down NEW YORK - The prospect of hundreds of mil- lions of dollars in price roll- backs dominated the economic newsfront this past week as the Price Commission promised to crack down on firms with ex- cessive profit margins.' C. Jackson Grayson Jr., chairman, said the Price Com- mission was reviewing the quarterly earnings reports from major companies and indicated that large price reductions and refunds -were in the offering. Later in the week, Ford Mo- tor Co. voluntarily announced an average $13 price cut for its cars and trucks after reporting a 49 per cent leap in first-quar- ter earnings to $252 million. The commission ordereu roll- backs at six large companies, including Eckerd Drugs Inc., a Charlotte, N.C.-tesed chain of 123 stores, and F.W. Woolworth Co., which was told to rescind recent increases in lunch count- er operations at its flve-and- dime outlets. Other news daring the week gave conflicting signs o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 :: -T -T I . -I- .1. r / LOCAL GIRL—Sister Margaret Patrice Slattery, academic dean of Incarnate Word College, shows the citation of membership in the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor So- ciety for Freshmen Women to Maria Guadalupe Trevinoof Roma. Miss Trevino, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Trevino. was one of five IWC freshmen this year who earned the required 3.5 average on the 4 point scale to qualify for the national honor. Maria, a biology major, graduated from Roma High School among the top ten In her class. She is the third member of her family to attend IWC. Her sister, Alicia, received a degree in biology and her sister Margarita is a senior, also majoring in biology. Maria was also elected to serve as Treasurer of the honor society. YliMA—Marine Sgt. David A. Martinez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rafael Martinez of 302 N. San Antonio St., Rio Grande City, re- enlisted in the Marine Corps for six years during ceremonies held ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

Records THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 Tiomkin Talks about 'Tchaikovsky' Everybody who goes to mov- ies has seen Dimitri Tiomkin's name among the credits and has heard his music. Tiomkin. now 72. says. "The themes from a lot of them are stand- ards now • But they're not easy to sing.'' He hums a little of the theme from "The High and the Mighty" and some of "Thee 1 Love" from Friendly Per- suasion" to prove his point. "I think it is difficult and clumsy to sing: that is my style "I did so many pictures, some stinky, between 140 and 160 1 was doing sometimes 16 a year. The best things I did were when I needed money. I was working mostly with ignoramus directors and producers who didn't know anything about mu- sic." Asked if he had any favorite film scores which didn't be- come famous. Tiomkin says, "Yes. The Well.' It was about some white people trying to save a little colored girl who fell down a well I could feel it. I was inspired " Some of the other films sco...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

Rainmakers Working Hard Xo End Drought .L I 1 1- T The wheat and range grasses don't crackle underfoot yet, and there's water in the farm ponds. Many fields are ready for the row crops to go In and cattle are putting on their mar- ket weight. But the gusty winds thrqugh the lotion's midsection kick up clouds of dust. The professional rainmakers are at work in southwestern Oklahoma and here and there communities have banded, together to pray for rain. "The reason drought condi- tions aren't as had this year as they were at the same time last year was that we had much above normal rainfall in the fell of 1971," said Bill Curry, Oklahoma state climatologist. "That put a let of subsoil mois- ture in the ground." That, basically, was the re- Here's the Answer Q — We are making an attic into two rooms. I want to put down a one-sixteenth of an inch vinyl asbestos tile floor, but I have been told that an under- layment must first be installed Can't I just put the tile on the floor boards"' ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Speaker Price's Wife Was Once On Gov. Smith Payroll imr*T Tf r> — L 1 |n IHnfnllc fhlncr AUSTIN - If Barnes and Farenthold resign-as Pre- ston S mith suggests they should for violating the nepotism law, can the governor be tar be- hind? When Smith said in Browns- ville Wednesday that Lt. Gov. Ben Barnes and Rep. Frances Farenthold perhaps should re- sign, he apparently forgot he hired Speaker Rayford Price's Wife in 1965. Senate payroll records show Barbara Price was paid $1,600 for working for Smith for four months in 1965. "Maybe Ben Barnes and Sis- sy Farenthold should resign," the governor said. After sug- gesting it, he said; 'Tm not suggesting It, but it should be looked into." Smith's remarks were prompted by the resignation of Sen. David Ratliff of Stamford, Who hired several of his own relatives while he was in the legislature. EarlierWednesday, in Corpus Christi, Smith said; "I'm not saying that (nepotism) is wrong or ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANIX HERALD PAGE 18 ' I She's Smart, Pretty And an Ex-Addict Susan. 23. dark-hafired. slim, attractive, lives in a townhouse on New York's silk- stockinged East Side. In- telligent and articulate, she was raised by her affluent par- ents in New York and Florida She says- they always gave her everything she wanted Sounds great — but there was one problem — Susan was on drugs for five years, and the building where she now lives houses AREBA. a nine-month psychotherapeutic treatment program for middle and upper- class adolescents and adults with emotional, mostly drug- related. problems. AREBA uses seminars, group-therapy sessions and work responsibilities to help its people learn to function effec- tively in the world. The pro- gram was developed by Ron Brancato. an originator of Dav- top Village, one of the oldest of the therapeutic communities for drug-addicts. and Dr. Daniel Casriel. psychiatrist, founder of Daytop Village and a former president of t...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

HURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 Blind Bandleader and Family Share a Normal, Active Life . 4 When Wayne and Marin Foster talk about their life together they have to remind each other not to sound like a mutual admiration society. He's blond, stocky, handsome She s slim, curly-haired, pretty. He plays the piano, organ, ac- cordian. guitar She plays bass guitar, drums and sings. They run a familv business that con- sists of six bands, and he con- ducts one of those bands him- self Their four daughters are musically inclined. From all appearances, it's a happy family, but there's one hitch Wayne Foster has been blind since he was 10 years old. How can a blind person lead such an active life? "The more I live with him the more 1 find out he can do everything but see," Marin says. People tell me I describe everything to him, but I'm not even aware of it. The children are great with details though — they'll describe someone and include details like wing-tipped shoes, or ...

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

THURSDAY. MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Diamond King Talks about King of Gems April is and few qualified monds jeweler Diamond Month, people are more to talk about dia- than Harry Winston, to kings, maharajahs and millionaires Harry Winston sells most of the big diamonds to the big names, yet, he is a man without a face. His Lloyd's of London insurance policy refuses to al- low photographs of the mer- chant who has handled the world's greatest diamonds, in- cluding the 726-carat Jonker, the 601-carat Lesotho, and the infamous Hope Winston, however, is hardly a man without a voice. Diamonds are his love, and the vital, stocky jeweler, who stands less than five feet tall, delights in telling long tales about his fa- vorite gem. A GIRL'S BEST FRIEND — Designers are creating dia- mond jewelry to suit the taste and budget of practically every woman. For those who love expensive elegance, at left, Harry Winston created this stunning necklace with 171 carats of diamonds and the...

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