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

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

Thursday; may ' 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 PHARMACY TOPICS Safety tip: never transfer hazardous substances to soda bottles or jars, which children might mistake for soft drinks or other edibles. The human race adds 200, 000 members daily, and at the present rate of increase, world population will double in 35 years. * * University of North Carolina researchers have found that THC, the active ingredient in marijuana, seems to be not only non-addictive, but shows great promise as a pain-killer and blood pressure reducer. More and more medical au- thorities believe that serving wine before or during meals has healthful benefits. In general, facial and chin muscles that have sagged are not improved by any particular diet. * * Each square inch of human | skin contains 78 nerves, 650 j sweat glands, 20 blood vessels, 78 sensory heat regulators, 13 sensory cold regulators, and 1,300 nerve endings to record pain. CESAR SALINAS PHARMACY Roma, Texas THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

u ' " v V -t - f- - L [- - <L t- 4 - ► fE 4 .4 * CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D. C, - Just as surely as the Trees anil shrubs blossom beautifully in Washington at this time of year, so do hearings by the House Appropriations Committee come around on public works projects. And again this year there are several projects of particular interest to our area. The procedure is unchanged. First, there are the commit- tee hearings; then the bill is reported to the House; after that--we hope--comes passage by both houses of Congress. That should settle the matter, except that sometimes the Ex- ecutive Department freezes funds which Congress has ap- propriated. Anyway, committee hearings will begin May 15 on the Public Works biU. It includes: $1 mil- lion, in a Bureau of Reclama- tion project, for rehabilitation of the Hidalgo and Willacy Water Control and Improvement Dis- trict, a fully repayable loan; $250,000 for rehabiHtation of the Santa Maria Water Con- trol and Im...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

■ THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 Pan Am A message from vocational counselor.... Registration In more authoritarian and less complicated times, a parent's task in preparing his child for the future was relatively easy. There were fewer kinds of jobs and they were more visible; it was fairly evident what most people did for a living. Children more or less obediently followed their parents' wishes; they became ap- prentices, worked alongside their fathers or followed the upward mobility my-son-the-doctor syndrome. HOT Summer Weather is here! Let us Service Your Home Air -Conditioner NOW!! Includes: Checking Entire System; for leaks, Pressure, cleaning, lubricating and adjusting ^or ^ax'niuni c°n,f°rt- RAMIREZ FIRESTONE ONLV 487-2723 Rio Grande City Roma MOST WINDOW UNITS ! A gozar a dos manos! JAX DISTRIBUTING CO. 610 N. FLORES STREET RIO GRANDE, CITY TEXAS Ity this ring on your bride. Our generation is for you. Today most people spend their working hours hidden b...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

' i ^ t V t X -v i V I THURSDAY. MAY 11, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 RGC files proposal Rio Granite City city of- ficials have submitted to the Texas Water Quality Board a municipal water pollution con- trol and abatement proposal, as required by the Legislature in Senate Bill 830 passed last year. Deadline for receipt of the proposals by cities of 0, 000 population and more, was May 1. The law affects 230 cities in the state, though only 100 made the May 1 deadline. The proposal will be review- ed by the TWQB staff in Aus- tin for final approval at a later date. The legislation requires all IFOlKS Facts & A regular meeting for the W. O. W. Magnolia Grove #0107, was held May 1, at Mrs. Paulo Saenz Sr. home. Miss Olivia Garcia received the Past Pre- sident pin from the new Pre- sident, Mrs. Cesar Leal. Hos- tesses for the evening were, Miss Olivia Garcia, and Miss Zoila Trevino. * * * A District meeting was held April 30, at Edinburg, for the Woodmen of the World area memb...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

...sii*.-;'" i - I v« >'<**■/-. . ' '• ■ 'Sy5 y':'</::. i:- • L-~ ' NEW CHEERLEADERS--The 1972-1973 edition of the Rio Grande City Junior Var- sity cheerleaders will be Gilda Madrigal, right seated, head cheerleader, and Liza Villerreal, left seated. Standing are Pat Gutierrez and Josie Garza. The two squads of cheerleaders are sponsored by Miss Angie Willingham. (Herald photo by Raul Treio) lr <«W RATTLER CHEERLEADERS Leading tile student body and the 1972-1973 Rio Grande City Rattlers will be Diana Villerreal, Gloria CarrerayDiana Muniz, Nina Sa- linas, Elena Chapa and Linda Rochester, head cheerleader. The group is presently trying to raise funds for their annual summer camp training period. The past three years the Rio Grande City cheerleaders have captured the coveted spirit stick in the summer camps of 80 squads. (Herald photo) Senator LLOYD THURSDAY. MAY 11 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 BENTSEN Reports COST OF LIVING COUNCIL —The Cost of Living Council showed...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 11 May 1972

Rio Grande City, Texas, May 11, 1972, Thursday, Rio Grande Herald Page 20 ARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER . . Gifts for the Versatile Mom Sun — Struck £> ■ • /* i i Stripes Sunshine Colors for Lazy Summer Days.. Ladies' Nylon Knit Shorts Sets Sunshine colors in 100% nylon knit—washable and so comfortable. Easy pull-on shorts with elas- tic waist come in solid colors. The coordinating tops are striped and come in three neck styles. Sizes 8 to 18. POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT PANT SUITS VALUES TO 16.00 For the Gal on the go— polyester double knit pantsuits that will keep their shape and fresh good looks all day long, Four styles to choose from in solid fashion colors from light to dark Sizes 8 to 18 , 5 to IS 1 1 Sleepyttme 3ashtons for yvlom . . . I Shipmates Lorraine For dreamy cruises any mom would love Shipmates perfect for travel and at-home wear Of uncrushable 100 nylon tricot in Rambling Rose, Mint, and Wedge-wood Blue Sizes XS-S-M L Two piece tunic paiamas with piping trimmed yoke and t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

T SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS VoJ. XXI No. 20 Thursday May 18, 1*>72 It io (irande City, Texas 'Solis out of run-off, out of office ' County Sheriff Convicted U.S. Supreme Court rejects appeals.... CONVICTED SHERIFF RENE A SOLIS tell it like it I & • • • \ k s/o RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR It is time to write, . . . Now that the storm has blown in and the convic- tions have become final, the Herald would like to ex- press a few thoughts, release a few views, and let out a few long suppressed feelings. First for Judge Reynaldo Garza, U.S. District Judge. . . I am sure that Judge Garza learned a les- son in law and order when the U.S. Supreme Court ordered the conviction upheld. When the defendants were being investigated, Judge Garza stated that the U.S. Attorney's office was on a 'Witch-IIunt', that they were wasting their time and that "this sort of thing has been going on for many, many years". Judge Garza also expressed dee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

THK Kill GRANDE HERALD VolKS & Facts THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 PAGE 2 ATTENDS HOLDING- MISS Araceli Montemayor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arturo Monte- mayor attends Holding Institute In Laredo. Miss Montemayor Is a senior student and Is presently the president of the honor so- ciety. She Is also the head cheerleader for the school. The family Is from Rto Grande City. FT. BRAGG, N. C.—Army Sergeant Ruben R. Balli, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Balll, Route 1, Rio Grande City, recently completed ten days of adventure training in Texas with other members of the 82nd Air- borne division's company B,lst Battalion, 505th Infantry. Regularly stationed at Ft. Bragg, N.C., paratroopers of the company began their desert training with a parachute as- sault into West Texas. During the exercise the troopers procured their water from natural sources in the de- sert while food was resupplied by air drop. The training was designed to increase realism and training techniques previously learned at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

I) t J i j THURSDAY. MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 District hires new principal, coaches j- fl I The Rio Grande City Inde- pendent School District Board of Trustees made some major changes, one which contradicted the wishes of the past board. The board elected Ruben Saenz as the new high school principal to replace Israel Y- barra who asked to be relieved of the position because of an understanding with the board that he would take the post on a temporary basis. Saenz was ousted by the former board in some major changes and re- vamping orders. Saenz, one of the town's favorite sons got a round of applause when tie was given the floor soon after Dr. Ramlro Narro and Dr. Gilberto (Nene) Garza made the formal motions to hire Saenz. Saenz said that he pledged to keep working to bring about change within the school system to keep it at an educational high in ed- ucation. The board also accepted a resignation from Head Coach Gilbert Muzquiz and immed- iately hired Eliseo Villa...

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

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 first LETTERS r\ Inaugurating the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 to the Editor A recent board meeting has prompted me to express my views publicly via your newspaper. I feel certain actions should be brought to the public's attention because of the far reaching unfavorable effect it could have on our school system. The Democratic process is probably the most idealistic of all forms of government that prevails in the world today. Its supposed basic premise is rule by the people and for the people. In most people's lifetime their only opportunity to exercise their right of participation in a democracy is to vote and discuss their personal philosophies regarding the rule of their domain. We like to think that those representatives of the people or those who hold public office and are elected by the people have their constituents-voters, non- voters both pro and con-best interests in mind. The pregmatic re- sult, as it should...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THK RI° GRANGE HERALD PAGE 5 CHEMA ALVAREZ DID NOT SELL OUT!! J.M. (CHEMA) ALVAREZ IS A VOTE FOR J.M. (CHEMA) ALVAREZ NOT A PARTY 1 Here is your chance To elect "YOUR" Man...elect J.M. (CHEMA) ALVAREZ STARR COUNTY SHERIFF JUNE 3 RUNOFF (Paid Pol. Adv. by a Concerned Citizen... Richard Ceballos)

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Examine the following Inci- dents and see if you can iden- tify their common denomina- tor: A Texas man enters a large tank without respiratory pro- tection, is over-come by fumes and dies— along with a would- be rescuer—on the way to the hospital. A farmer Is sickened by ni- trogen dioxide fumes from a recently filled silo and expires two weeks later from pulmo- nary insufficiency. A water well drilling crew in East Texas lowers a worker 72 feet into the well, without adequate safety devices, and loses him as he slips off the harness. His son goes down af- ter him; he is lost, as is a third would-be rescuer. All three men die from a lack of oxygen. Employees at an automated car wash in a large North Tex- as city complain of excessive noise from an automated blow- down air apparatus used to dry automobiles after they have been washed and rinsed. An in- vestigation reveals a n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

-U V THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Mireles announces summer program According to Eliseo Mireles, Coordinator Migrant Program there will be a Texas Child Summer Program for all migrant students from June 5 thru July 31, 1972. This pro- gram will lie a significant de- parture from the program as operated during the regular school year. Eleven (11) Ele- ven (11) Elementary Teachers will be peeded. Clothing, swim suits, gym suits, field trips to the Val- ley, hot lunch, transportation to school and medical services will be provided. There will be a move away from the traditional books and ditto sheets. The daily schedule will include oral language de- velopment, a program Including social studies, science (includ- ing health and hygiene), arts and crafts, mathematics, and recreation. The emphasis will be placed on the development of language arts skills, as this has been found to be the major area of weakness in migrant children. In order to attract students to the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

r THURSDAY", MAY 18*. 1972 THE RI° GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 Welterweight champion Jose Napoles, a Cuban living in Mex- ico, fought for pennies in San- tiago, Cuba when he was 11 years old. PHARMACY TOPICS Safety tip: never transfer hazardous substances to soda bottles or jars, which children might mistake for soft drinks or other edibles. The human race adds 200, 000 members daily, and at the present rate of increase, world population will double in 35 years. * * University of North Carolina researchers have found that THC, the active ingredient In marijuana, seems to be not only non-addlctlve, but shows great promise as a pain-killer and blood pressure reducer. More and more medical au- thorities believe that serving wine before or during meals has healthful benefits. In general, facial and chin muscles that have sagged are not improved by any particular diet. Each square inch of human skin contains 78 nerves, 650 sweat glands, 20 blood vessels, 78 sensory heat regulators, 13 sensory ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD •_ I I 1 t j v * i Study Club installs new officers for 72-73 The Florence J. Scott Study Club officers for 1972-73 were recently installed by Mrs. A. J. Vale of the Rio Grande City Woman's Club. The Installation followed a President's Dinner honoring ail the club members given by Mrs. Francisco Garza at her home. Mrs. Ross LaGrange was ins- talled as president of the club. Other new officers are Mrs. Ramiro Narro, Vice president; Mrs. Martin Garza, Jr, Record- ing Secretary; Mrs. Gilberto Garcia, Corresponding Secre- tary; Miss Nydia Reyna, Trea- surer; and Mrs. Francisco Garza, Parliamentarian. Mrs. Vale reminded the club that the installation ce- remony gives members an op- portunity to recognize the work of the outgoing officers, and it challenges the new officers to lead toward higher accomplish- ments. This year's officers were Mrs. Francisco Garza, president; Mrs. Martin Garza, Jr., Vice-president; Mrs. Ross La Grange, Recording Se...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

nU"K5l\\\, MAV 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 ELECTED—Miss Blanca Rosa Hlnojosa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul L. Hlnojosa of 305 East 2nd, Rio Grande City, has been elected senior representative to the Student Government Association of Incarnate Word College here. The term Is for the 1972-73 school year. A Junior nursing majar at the College, Blanca is a member of the Phi Lambda Chi nursing student or- ganization and in her freshman year was named to the Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society. Novelist Irving Wallace Plans To Cover Politics NEW YORK - Irving Wallace's parents bought him a typewriter when he was 13, he sold his first short story when he was 15, and now at 56 he's writing best- sellers on that same type- writer. Wallace, a heavy-set, talk- ative man, says, "I've written just about everything. I've nev- er done anything but write. I guess that's unique, but it's also been good for me since writing is the last bastion of indepen- dence. It's the only place l...

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