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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

t - tV X .4 I Records THURSDAY>MAY 4>1972 THE RI° GRANDE herald page 21 Brasil '66 Becomes Brasil '77 When the year 1972 came jn, Sergio Mendes was more than ready. His Sergio Mendes and Brasil '66 had already become Sergio Mendes and Brasil '77. The ninth LP by the group was out in late 1971, titled "Pais Tropical" and bearing the new name. "I felt that our music is a thing in constant movement,' says Mendes, a man with an intelligent, expressive face who smiles often. "And 1 felt a little old-fashioned with the '66 date. I said to Gil Friesen, an execu- tive vice president of A and M Records, "I feel like I'm trying to come up with a new sound and I feel like I'm wearing old shoes. Should I change every year, Brasil '72, Brasil '73, and become like wine, a vintage sound?' He said, That would be cute but that would be con- fusing.' "Brasil '77 was his idea. I dug it." The group structure has stayed the same, Mendes says, while the music has changed. It's two girls who sing an...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

Hearings Due On Searches WASHINGTON—A Congres- sional subcommittee will hold public hearings late this month in San Diego to go into by both Mexican and United States citi- zens about unreasonable search practices and mistreatment by U.S. Customs Bureau officials at border crossings. Two newspapers there have reported two cases of internal inspection of females entering the U.S., one case of the Inter- Hiring To Reflect Population WASHINGTON—By the sum- mer, federal officials who hire and fire will receive an "act- ion plan" telling them speci- fically to hire enough persons of Spanish descent to match that minority's share of the popu- lation, according to Henry M. Ramirez. He said the plan came out of a "recent, secret meeting" last week of the Cabinet Com- mittee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking People, which he heads. The committee and heads of federal agencies also discussed methods to channel to Mexican- Americans and other minorities money that formerly went unspent thro...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 - ' I . « 1 i A SHOWER—Mrs, Richard D. Van Nest was honored with a baby-shower at the home of Mrs. Frank Anderson. The shower attended by members of the family and friends honored Mrs. Van Nest whose husband is presently stationed at Fithen, Germany with the U. S. Army. Pictured left to right are Mrs. Roberto Cruz, hostess, Mrs. Larralde mother of the honoree, the honoree, Mrs. Frank Anderson, hostess and Mrs. Kenny An- derson, hostess. (Herald photo) 7** SIGN LETTERS OF INTENT—Joe Sanchez and Jorge Pena are shown as they sign letters of intent to attend Sul Ross University and Southwest Texas State University. Pena will be playing quarterback for SWTSU, He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Pena. Sanchez be playing down man for Sul Ross. His father and high school principal Israel Ybarra look on. Both played under Coaches Alton Slayton and Head Rattler Coach Gilbert Muzqulz. ■nd MALE WANTED • TOP SALARY t FRINGE BENEFITS • GOOD WO...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972*THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 APPROACHING MARRIAGE - Mrs. Maria Colunga Gonzal- ez of Brownsville and Mr. Eleno Gonzalez of Corpus Christi announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Olga Irma Gonzalez to Jesus Homero Rivera. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Rivera of 408 North Texas Street. The wedding rites will be read May 13 at 8:15 p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Brownsville. ENGAGEMENT— Mr. and Mrs. Raul Hinojosa announce the engagement of their daughter Maria Noelia to Mario E. Ramirez Jr., of Roma son of Dr. and Mrs. Mario E. Rami- rez. The marriage vows will be exchanged June 9 at 5 p.ru at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church in Rio Grande City. Both are graduates of Rio Grande City High School. The bride-elect is a senior student at Incarnate Word College. The prospective-groom is a senior student at the University of Notre Dame and plans to enter law school in the fall. FOR SALE 1969 MODEL MOB...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

-m rHUHSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD - * - h (- 4 I She Has her Job All Sewn Up Ready To Ship It to the Moon m. 'Yra SPACE AGE SEAMSTRESS Mrs Ann Nieroda is shown here working on the thermal insulation blankets that will go to the moon with Apollo lfi Do-lt-Yourself Projects May Be Easier than Finding Help The k i C market is helping provide the momen- tum for the current upsurge in do-it-yourself projects, ac- cording to the New York Home Fashions League's panel of marketers who recently dis- cussed "A new billion dollar market the creative consum- er " Interior designer James May pointed out people had to dis- cover their hands when they realized it might be easier to locate a heart surgeon than a plumber, or that one could have a party catered for 500 people but couldn't get three people to help clean up the mess. As workmen in various fields become scarcer, new products are being evolved that may be handled easilv by amateurs he pointed out Carpet tile is one of the ne...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

! HELP! YOUR COMMUNITY THE MONEY YOU SPEND HERE COMES BACK TO YOU SHOP -V I' LOC LLYI!

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

f* ':■* V >' " THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 27 • - • i I \\ This time we can defeat the Texas political machine. 1*1 W>v * Political machines have to operate from a base of immense power and influence. They are good for politicians who want a quick accumulation of wealth and power. But they are bad for the people, because they remove government from the hands of the people. And govern- ment is supposed to serve, not rule the people. Texas' political machine is a big one. And it's strong. But it's not invincible. It is vulnerable now, because it has made some bad mis- takes. Mistakes that came to the people's attention. Surveys show now that the most signifi- cant issue in the minds of Texas voters is good, honest government. And the people of Texas can defeat the machine. On May 6, let's stop the political machine and return the government to the people. elect DOLPH BRISCOE governor A man Texans can believe in. (Local Coordinator - Richard Gutierrez - Chair...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 4 May 1972

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS i - Vol. XXI No. 19 Thursday May 11, 1972 Rio (>rande City, Texas tell it like it IS* • • Solis vs. Alvarez in run-off Duran-Longoria defeated by political new-comers RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR It is usually beneath any writer to answer charges yelled out at a political rally by some long-winded, vulgar-mouthed politician the likes of Jose Hinojosa, simply because a glance at Mr. Hinojosa's public record will bear out an old Mexican saying which says. . . 'La Zora no se ve su cola'. Jose Hinojosa yelled out some familiar profanities (that's cuss words. . .Jose) which, I understand are typical of Mr. Hinojosa when someone hands him a microphone at a political rally and like most, not all, politicians he's at his best when he proceeds to insult even his own brother-in-law Colonel C.C. Valle. One charge that Mr. Hinojosa yelled out was that the Herald has seldom taken a stand against the Roma gang ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

A.Y, MAY 11, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 ~W~ T T- - 2 Falcon is loss Lama^Wers Unique For Migrants Falcon Dam is no paying concern, reports from Wash- ington indicated. In fact, one congressman es- timates it will be in the 30th century before federal power receipts from the dam will net the $36 million it cost taxpay- ers to construct the pllffffffff ers to construct the project. This gloomy financial picture of the dam was revealed at a House appropriations subcom- mittee hearing on the Interna- tional Water and Boundary Com- mission's appropriation re- quest. The IWBC asked for $2. 2 million in the coming finan- cial year for operation and maintenance of its projects, which includes Falcon. Rep. John J. Rooney, D.-N. Y., led the attack on the power- ful sales from the Dam to Cen- tral Power and Light Co. He termed the power receipts as an "insignificant amount." IBWC Commissioner Joseph F. Friedkin said it was never intended power should pay the cost of the dam. However, Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

■ V - PAGE 3 TELL FROM PAGE 1 i band people have failed to pay homage to the little man. In the end the students suffer. to the community because their actions and abilities have been proven. The Rattlers under Head Coach Gilbert Muzquizhave seen some good days. The 8-2 record that they sported this year is just a beginning of what was to come but now they will fall to the political hacks that have gone to lick the hand of the man with the contract. Under Coach Alton Slayton the boys learned respect for sports and for their faculty and most of all for themselves. For years Rio Grande City was 8 in a seven man race and most of the work and determina- tion to success came through the guidance of Coach Slayton. Under Ramiro Villegas, the Rio Grande City Rattlers won their first in history Basketball District Title and went on to the bi-district playoffs. Under Henry Rodriguez the band almost doubled its size and has won honor-after-honor and even tooktheir first Pigskin Jubilee award. ...

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

• i r t '' THURSDAY^ MAY ll[ 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Women's club host major convention here pils were learning the princi- session to order. Mr; RIO GRANDE CITY- The Rio Grande Valley Federation of Women's Clubs 94th Annual Convention was held in Rio Grande City with the Woman's Club of Rio Grande City and the Florence J. Scott Study Club as hostesses. The meeting opened at the First Baptist Church with Mrs. Roy C. Strong, Jr. president, presiding and Mrs. J. Alex Hi- nojosa as Chairman and Mrs. Francisco Garza, Co-Chair- man. Rev. Ubaldo Ponce, pastor of the United Methodist Church gave the Invocation. Two mem- bers of the Rio Grande City It. O.T.C. advanced the colors. Mrs. C.G. Neidhart led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Unit- ed States flag and Mrs. Horace Smith led the Pledge of Alleg- iance to the Texas flag. Cesar Leal for the president of the Chamber of Commerce, Richard Ceballos, gave the wel- come to Rio Grande City. Mrs. J.M. Yzaguirre, presidentcfthe Woman's ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

T Special education students reward teacher with big track wins is Special Olympics.... Special Education Students attended the first Valley Area Special Olympics held in Mc- Allen. recently which was spon- sored by the Hidalgo-Starr ARC with the full cooperation of the WINNERS—From left to right: Diana Lara, RodolfoGonzalez, Mr. A. Montemayor, Roel Flores, Howard Dannhaus, Juan M. Becerra, Evelia Rocha, Guadalupe Garza, Ernesto Canales, Jesus Rodriguez, Mario Lopez, Roberto Lopez, Mr. C. Gonzalez and Judith Marks. Kneeling: Jesus Canales. Norma Quintero, not in picture. Athletic Dept. of PAU and Mc- AJlen Jaycees. Thomas t spar - za, PAU and A.R. Barrera, Mc- Allen Public Schools were Meet directors. With the Cooperation of the school administration and the athletic department, the pro- gram was developed through the efforts of Mrs. Alicia Clarke, Special Education Dept. Coor- dinator, and Arturo Montema- yor assisted by Crisanto Gon- zalez Jr. The following per- sons chaperoned an...

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

PROFILE. THURSDAY, MAY 11. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Flying was her line EDITOR'S NOTE— Last week- end when Mrs. M. J. Rodri- guez flew to visit with her daughters Miss Dolly Rodriguez and Mrs. Gene Furlong in the Dallas area she was suddenly surprised with a dinner in her honor by Braniff International Airlines VIPs. Mrs. Rodriguez, widow of the late County Judge and doctor of Starr County was interviewed by the Dallas Times-Herald . . the inter- view . . . * * * In 1937 when Rebecca Garza was the first woman chosen as a Braniff airline hostess, she weighed 98 pounds and wore a size six dress. Thirty - five years and hund- reds of hostesses since then, Mrs. Rebecca Garza Rodriguez, mother of six and grandmother of four, still tips the scales at 98 pounds and slips into a size six dress with veritable ease. Braniff honored the first lady of its hostess program Wednes- day with a luncheon at its Hos- tess College, 2801 Wycliff. It was Mrs. Rodriguez' day as she donned a hot p...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

"T^ T~ A "■ • "1^. T ~W T A THURSDAY, MAY U, 1972 PACK 9 Nixon Blocking N. Vietnam - < . I T SAIGON - The biggest U.S. air and naval task force ever assembled in Vietnam be- gan mining the entrances to Haiphong and other North Viet- namese ports today and heavily bombarded railroads and high- ways in North Vietnam. The U.S. Command reported one North Vietnamese VUG jet shot down during the mining operation, the seventh MIG re- ported downed in four days. The command said the initial phases of the blockade an- nounced by President Nixon Monday night "have been suc- cessfully accomplished" and the Navy planes that dropped the delayed-action mines to seal off the enemy's labors had all returned safely to their car- riers. But the commander of a cruiser-destroyer Flotilla in the Tonkin Gulf, Rear Adm. Rem- brandt C. Robinson, was killed Monday night and his chief of staff and his operations officer were missing when their heli- copter developed engine trouble and crashed as they were...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

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

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

THURSDAY. MAY 11. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Garcia, Pilon to attend symposium Ray Carlos Garcia and Fred Pilon Jr. have been selected to participate in the 12th Texas Nuclear Science Symposium being held at the University of Texas at Austin on June 5th through June 8th. Pilon and Ray Carlos will have the opportunity to hear and meet outstanding scientists and engineers. They will tour some of the labora- tories at the university and see actual research experiments being performed. Ray Carlos Garcia is 17 years old, son of Reynaldo M. Garcia of 806 East San Benito Street. Ray Carlos is a junior who has taken Physical Science, Biology I, and is currently enrolled in Chemistry I and Physics. He is also a member of the National Honor Society. Pilon Jr., P.O. Box 164 of Roma who graduated from Pan American University in 1968 with a major in math and a mi- nor in chemistry will accom- Archie will speak to local unit The president of the Texas State Teachers Association Archie A. ...

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