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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

■ ( TIWRfnAY, MAY 18, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 f- I - L - •w -r £ * J? Jesus Guerra (20) ALL-America---2nd Time THE ROMA GLADIATORS ALL - AMERICANS ALL - THE - TIME CONGRATULATIONS FROM YOUR HOMETOWN THE CITY of ROMA i i) Jfi.i i'«/\ > J ) 1 t i (• M i « t < i i j'« i

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 fW« • "■ Bremer's Life Compared To sirftan NEW YORK - A quiet young man, a loner with few friends and alienated from his fcimily, Arthur H. Bremer was many things In common with Lee Harvey Oswald and Slrhan B. Slrhan. Such men act on impulse and feel compelled to change the world, says a psychiatrist often called upon by the Justice De- partment to examine would-be presidential assassins. Bremer, 21, is accused of shooting Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace as Wallace cam- paigned Monday for the Demo- cratic presidential nomination in Laurel, Md. Sirhan was 24 when he totally shot Sen. Robert F. Kennedy during the 1968 presidential campaign. Oswald was 23 when he assassinated President John F. Kennedy in Dallas on Nov. 22, 1963. Dr. David Abrahamsen, a New York psychiatrist, has ex- amined more than a dozen people who threatened the pres- ident or vice president. He lias written a book about Oswald, "Our Violent Society," and re- sea...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

p I ? f * I- __ Sf - , Come See Us! That's What We're Here For WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 RABANITOS POR CHARLES STMULZ kk, /•=!. Furniture See Us At... 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm ve hcvo <&e\ VO HOeMA^OTE , scwo't* la ) G6GA y 6f,VlV0 AQUl'ft] ft, D'.'Rmi- d06,co>Aooo? I wo ee CQU&lAt LA CO "/TOY 60W66- MlPA ?dDfeT7?AC0MpK' ' * I*-"' / 48C.I |QU£ OlCg^WOMBPg'/Joe ft- A1WCIM0 siEMFRe Pic€ que TfcAI&UJ PKZA A CA£A/ O v - 5 /<? <? V iitmwiJ \ 6^001^4 e6TU AMIU> COH LA fftA^APA? iNr /1A Wl DOMI-\ -4ftfc?.-_\ CIHOVl^&Jl \ ! ^TRAf406i ;sf\ _ ^R)6/ S3" i't /V«-^ ^ /c6uPlg>T£ ce « fiP/A /UW07UJCVLO y f r Z U^O 06 LA J t/*- V CA6A A * -# i ^ r^ r .0 ^ O? jm .J,. ^UA WAVA HgtHO 660 LA WEKNWW kM- VOC.,J4Oa)6CC)C0g0?LO„t *SS3Ml WJKv^ dfl " <JfbR QD6UO?VCOMO Tg 61 Vo flJ^A W SOSlAei^ >C£H£K]ALO J6) YoT^ g- ^pJAl6j^vO^^?LA A - X \ . !1 l'60/uWANIMA.' \, ^ / /verg'/TeA 1 /UOVW^)^} ^ AO)!/ pZ ~- ~ ■ "^' /• 'f HAPA MA6\ /^QOI&ie^ ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 18 May 1972

WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 U 0 a A % -: < * ^ X: J* PACIFIC FORTREL* /COnON MUSLIN SHEETS DAISY FAIR" Twin Flat- or Bottom Contour'^ Reg. 2.99 Full Flat or Bottom Contour® Reg. 3.99 22.7 27.7 42" x 36" Cases, Reg. 2.49 pr.—1.97 pr. A lush garden of pastel daisies in soft, no-iron 50' Fortrel polyester/50' cotton muslin Pacific wants to put color and fashion in your bedroom Choose flat or Bottom Contour styles Fortrel Reg T M Fiber Industries DAN RIVER* NO-IRON SHEETS "TAFFY TWIST" 50% Polyester/50% Cotton i if ■ SUSAN'S GARDEN" 50% Fortrel© polyester/50% Cotton DANPRESS Twin Flat or Fitted Reg. 2.99 Full Flat or Fitted Reg. 3.99 3 44 DANPRESS PERCALE Full Flat or Fitted Reg. 4.99 4 44 42" x 36" CASES Reg. 3.29 Pr. 284 • p' SPECIAL ASSORTMENT AREA RUGS REG. 2.99 EACH 24"x44" rugs of 100',. polyester, 100 acrylics and nylon and polyester 4 lovely styles to choose from $*87 16"X 27" PRINTED TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS REG. 39< EACH FLORAL STRIPE" DANPRESS MUSL...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

K 1 - 1 - i - £ SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR 50 YEARS Vol. XXI No. 21 Th ii rs«lu\ tell it like it IS. • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Reynosa Mayor Manuel Gar- za-Gonzalez will be the fea- tured speaker at the Rotary Club dinner-meeting this Fri- day afternoon. The dinner-meeting sponso- red by the Rotary Club will host the members wives as well as special guests. Presidente Municipal Garza- Gonzalez has been in the news lately with his strong stand on teenagers roaming the streets of Reynosa after hours. Presidente Garza- Gonzalez has closed down a number of hard - rock establishments where the management has come under suspicion for al- lowing drugs to flow freely. One of Presidente Garza- Gonzalez' strongest and most effective stands has been to take into custody young girls and boys and call their parents in various cities in the Valley to go pick-up their son or daughter, at police head- quarters. "We hope to get a good showing for this meeting as the Presidente has broken a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

foiks s Facts Army Private First Class Raul Teran, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Teran, 1500 N. Wash- ington, Rio Grande City, Is par- ticipating with other members of the 82nd Airborne Division in Exercise Exotic Danger "V" during May 1 fi—2H in the Camp Lejeune area of North Caroli- na. Involving some 50,000 men from the army, navy, air force and marine corps, the exercise will begin for the troopers of the 82nd on May 18 with a par- achute assault in coordination with a navy-marine amphibious operation. Once the initial par- achute assault is accomplished, the All American Division will continue on missions of clear- ing routes and holding key ter- rain assets, eventually linking up with marine forces. The exercise, which is being conducted by the Atlantic Com- mand in Norfolk, Va., is de- signed to provide valuable joint training for the military per- sonnel involved. Pvt. Teran is a rifleman in Company C, 1st Battalion of the Division's 508th Infantry. He entered the army last J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

I ®z*m After sale price 16 66 20" 2 speed breeze box fan Use it as an intake or out-take fan Light weight and portable PHILCO* Space Saver 8.1 cu.fL UPRIGHT FREEZER On)) 25 wide Slarat ft* * 'ran* PHILCO No-Frost 14 3 cu ft 2-Oock Refrigerator-Freezer lone only/ _•.>—llUl GRANDI CITY — u PHILCO No-Frost 17 cu.ft. Side-by-Side Refrigerator-Freezer Thursday, Friday, Saturday May 25, 26, 27 9a.m. to 9p.m. - — — .. \J$ (one only! NO DEFROSTING EVER itwo only) Coppertone ONLY HILCO Super Power II Air Conditioner None'e** Devgn—engineered to a «*ni per whisper quiet cool comfort 10.000 BTU cooling capacity • 3 cooling. 3 tan speed* High Efficiency design cut* operating cost* Scan automatically *« eep* a" from *«li to *a Scu<ptu>ed decorator front with Hide Away control* SOLID STATE 8 TRACK PLATER &AM/FM STEREO MULTIPLEX SYSTEM PHILCOMATIC" 25 ^ COLOR TV better color, automatically How. trny aasy tuning, mora lifelike color Philcometic Color TV fine tune* at the touch of a but...

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

PIPSSI THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERA.LD PAGE t H > GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY — Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr., and family honored their father and grandparents with a gala golden anniversary cocktail party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr. The SOth anniversary celebration held Saturday night was attended by some 500 guests and familv friends. The evening opened with the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr. introducing the honorees to the guests and highlighted the evening with the rutting of the tradi- tional wedding cake. Pictured above are the honorees Mrs. and Mrs. Pedro Diaz Sr. and hosts Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Money approved for Starr AUSTIN—A $4,900 grant to purchase riot control equipment, to implement a regional law en- forcement civil disorder pro- ject in the area served by the South Texas Development Coun- cil, Laredo, was approved today by Governor Preston Smith. The money will come from the Criminal Justice Council, which overse...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 2!i, 1972 THE RIO GltANDE HERALD PAGE 5 -4- Local educators at CPL symposium J- TFWC CONVENTION IN DALLAS-AWARD—Miss Nyciia Reyna and Mrs, James Peter- son recently attended the Texas Federation of Woman's Club's Convention in Dallas, representing the Florence J. Scott Study Club of Rio Grande City, The club received a state award from the March of Dimes for booklets they wrote in English and Spanish and distributed locally entitled, "All the World Loves a Healthy, Happy Baby." The booklets discuss Prenatal care [or mothers. Newborn care for infants, Childhood im- munizations, and Family Planning. Miss Reyna and Mrs. Peterson are shown with a display of the booklets and the plaque received as their First Place award for the State's "Operation Healthy Babies" Project. The convention was also attended by Mrs. Felipe Ramon of the Rio Grande City Woman's Club. More than fifty South Texas high school science students and teachers, including four from the Rio Grande City and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE G A Trip Across The Indian Sub-Continent 4- 4- BY JAMES MATHIS I just pot back from mile trip through India and the Kingdoms of Nepal and Iran. It was a visit to remember, replete with new sights, smells, and other experiences, but not a tour 1 would like to repeat soon. My wife and I were two of 56 persons in the Newspaper Ad- venturers group. Many of those along this time were friends with which we had traveled through the Holy Land of Israel and Jordan, the Middle East and Greece last spring. We traveled by plane, bus, boat, sedan chair and elephant. We met and interviewed Mrs. Indira Ghandi, prime minister of India; hunted tigers with a 35 millimeter camera along the Rapti and Rue Rivers in Nepal, and marveled at the stunning crown jewels of Iran, wnich a- long with oil underwrite the prosperity and economy of that nation. Like millions before us, we stood in silent awe before the floating beauty of the Taj Mahal. And like millio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

I 1/1 ? t JUNK DRIDK--Mr and Mrs. Meliton Escobar are announcing the engagement and ap— preaching marriage of their daughter Maria to Javier Luis Ramirez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonel Ramirez of Rio Grande City. The rites will be solemnized June 3 at 3 p.m. at Sacred Heart Church of Escobares. The bride elect is a 1970 graduate of Roma High School. The prospective-groom is a graduate of Rio Grande City High School. Barrera named airman . . . Jose Barrera Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Barrera was named Airman of the month of April at Minot AFB, N. Dako- ta. He was selected out of ap- proximately 850 Security Po- licemen of the 8G2nd Security Police Squadron. His selection was based on duty performance, appearance, and military pro- fessionalism. Recently, Barrera was ap- pointed by his commander to represent his squadron on a base level at Vandenburg AFB, California. The occasion was the 1972 Olympic Area Missile Competition. Selection for this honor is made from a group of the most pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

ENGAGEMENT AND APPROACHING MARRIAGE— Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanchez of San Antonio announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Rachel to Juan Luis Andrade son of Mr. and Mrs. Feliciano Andrade of Rio Grande City. The wedding will be officiated Friday May 26, at Mother Cabrini Church in Laredo. Rachel is a graduate of Lanier High School in San Antonio and attended San Antonio College. Juan Luis is a graduate of Rio Grande City schools and Pan American University. FOLKS From Page 2 The Volunteer Services Council of the Laredo Commu- nity Mental Health Center held an "Open House" at their new Headquarters on Sunday, May 21st. Local MH/mr Volunteers attending the event and touring the new facilities were: Mr. and Mrs. Roman Cruz, Mrs. Martha Pena, Mrs. Lola Alvarez and Mrs. Estefana Garza. Legal Notice No. 1269 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MANUELA SALI- NAS Guerra, deceased. In the County Court of Starr County, Texas. THE STATE OF TEXAS TO ANY SHERIFF OR ANY CONST...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

- - - if ■ i Til UliSDAV, MA"i 25, 1072 Indian Trip INDIA, From Pap.e G pit s ami workers—untouchables --stirred tire wood coals where bodies were being consumed. On the slanted quay neartiy were two bodies, wrapped in red shrouds. Nearby sat several relatives. Workers went to and fro from the burning pits, dump- ing ashes into a large pike near- by. The ashes were to be con- signed to the Ganges, thereby stopping the circle of reincar- nation and allowing the soul into the uppermost circles. "Don't take photographs now," our guide advised us. "The people on the banks will start shouting and cursing." SWOOPING VULTURES Vultures swooped about the pile of ashes and dogs gnawed at what probably were bones on one side. There was very little breeze, but many of us felt we could pick up the acrid odor from the pits. Some snapped pictures anyhow. It was a scene from Dante. No one yelled, and we moved back downriver, past the tiger guarded home of the chief burn- er, an untouchable whose jo...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Notice of the Names of Persons Appearing as the owners of Unclaimed Amount Held By: First State Bank And Trust Company Rio Grande City, Texas This notice is given and published pursuant to Section 3, Article 3272b, Revised Civil Statutes of the State of exas, in an effort to locate persons who are the depositors or owners of amounts in accounts that have remained inactive or dormant according to the provisions of Article 3272b for more than seven (7) years. The unclaimed amounts due the depositors or owners listed herein will be paid upon proof of ownership at the office of the named depository within nine (9) months, and if unclaimed thereafter they may be subject to report to and conservation by the State Treasurer in accordance with said Article 3272b. Names of Missing Depositors (Muat ba liatad alph«batle ll . lurnurm first. Last Known Address Rout*. Boa No; No. A St. « City and State 9. 10. 11, 12, 13. lb, 15. 16. 17. 18, 19....

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, MAY 25, 1972 PAGE 13 The law creating the Univer- sity of Northern Colorado was signed April 1, 1889 3£ J •••-*►* f m i 3 j. - \r V PHARMACY TOPICS Despite a favorable situation in the U.S. and most parts of Europe, polio continues to be a great problem In many other areas of the world. A Tufts University psychia- trist believes that people who sleep eight hours or more may need a long sleep because they dream more and use this extra dream time to work out psy- chological conflicts. Dr. Livingstone, of Stanley and Livingstone fame, was one of the first people to use qui- nine as a protection against malaria. The United States Is the only nation in the World Health Or- ganization that has shown no Increase in life expectancy in twenty years. * * Prolonged heavy pain under the breastbone for at least 5 or 10 minutes Is the most common symptom of a heart attack. * * * ■ Although many people refuse to believe it, alcohol is an ad- dictive drug, as dangero...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

"WANTED" U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! MEN-WOMEN THURSDAY. MAY 25, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD'PAGE 14 " Government positions pay high starting salaries. They provide much greater security than pri- vate employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require little or no specialized education or ex- perience. age 18 and over. Prepare now for U.S. Civil Service job open- ings during the next 12 months. But to get one of these jobs, you must pass a test. The competi- tion is keen and in some cases only one out of five pass. Lincoln Service has helped thousands prepare for these tests every year since 1948. It is one of the largest and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and is not connected with the Government. For FREE information on Gov- ernment jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mail at once - TO- DAY. You will also get full details on how you can prepare your- self for these tests. LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. Tx 61-3 Pekin, Illin...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 25 May 1972

m STARR PL SHOPPING CENTER w ffk *** ft # *« ■ - *nsiisS8eat d PACIFIC FORTREL* /COTTON MUSLIN SHEETS DAISY FAIR" Twin Flat or Bottom Contour^ Reg. 2.99 Full Flat or Bottom Contour^ Reg. 3.99 22! 27 42" x 36" Cases, Reg. 2.49 pr.—1.97 pr. A lush garden of pastel daisies in soft, no-iron 50°i Fortrel" polyester/50^0 cotton muslin Pacific wants to put color and fashion in your bedroom Choose flat or Bottom Contour® styles. Fortrel® Reg T.M. Fiber Industries DAN RIVER* NO-IRON SHEETS "TAFFY TWIST" 50% Polyester/50% Cotton i T( SUSAN'S GARDEN" 50% Fortrel® polyester/50% Cotton DANPRESS * MUSLIN Twin Flat or Fitted Full Flat or Fitted Reg. 2.99 Reg. 3.99 1U 044 DANPRESS PERCALE Full Flat or Fitted Reg. 4.99 4 44 42" x 36" CASES Reg. 3.29 Pr. 284 Pr. SPECIAL ASSORTMENT AREA RUGS REG. 2.99 EACH 24"x44" rugs of 100" , polyester, 100 ', acrylics and nylon and polyester 4 lovely styles to choose from $*87 I6"X 27" PRINTED TERRY KITCHEN TOWELS REG. 3 1< EACH "FLORAL STRIPE" DANPRESS MUSLIN ...

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