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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
" p THE RIO GRANDE HERALD 4 -J ' Elda D. Garza II 1 t Maria A. Gonzalez Cesar G. Gonzalez GRADUATION SECTION San Juanita Alaniz Lucinda Saenz ft David Montoya B>. THURSDAY JUNE 1.1072 ■ m Belinda Barrera 1 Maria I. Escobar Maria Eloida Garza \ l „ p Noemi Jaime r/ ■ l\ I i! w\, Maria Lydia Gonzalez PAGE 21 I ► The City Off Roma
Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALI) Juan Lorenzo Gomez GRADUATION SECTION Barbarita Garza THURSDAY JUNE 1,1072 Adelfa Garza PAGE 22 **■ * ' i ' WW Servando Gonzalez Jr. \ Gulliermina castilio Maria Alma Rodriguez San Juanita O. Rosa Jose Elizondo Harold Trevino Maricela Barrera Lily S. Rodriguez Rio Grande City STARR-CAMARGO BRIDGE COMPANY 487-2850
Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD GRADUATION SECTION THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 23 J I ♦ Jorge Luis Gonzalez V Cleotllde Garza ' ■ * '"4 Heraldo Garza * -) •* f Marlbel Flpueroa . Jaime Munoz Maria Nelda Garcia Imelda Salinas v Jose Ismael Munoz Triple L Furniture And Appliance 305 E. Main 487-3300 Rio Grande City Edna Montalvo David Escobar Luclla M. Salinas 512 E. Main Rio Grande City 487-7586
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
I jjjnnii GRADUATION SECTION THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 24 Olpldo H. Ramirez Maria Elsa Villarreal Juan Ramon Gonzalez Triny Rodriguez Noelia Riojas Virginia Tanguma Maricela Castaneda Twin Palms Food Center 487-3510 202 N. Florw Rio Grande City Rolando Maldonado Luz Maria Guerra fl i ,i$1 Diana Taneuma Rosa Nelia Pena EDEL5TEIN BETTER FURNITURE 302 E. 2nd. Street 487-2612 Rio Grandet City
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD GRADUATION SECTION THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 25 I ' 'i 'I Ramlro Munoz Jesus O. Uuerra jr. Jorge Alvarez Graclela Duran David Garcia Jose Garcia Jr. sm- Cesar Saenz b is * Osbaldo Torres Omar Longoria Barbara uuerra Manuela Laurel TJtamwtte Starr Plaza Shopping Center 487-3828 OST CAFE 701 E. 2nd Street 487-7566 Rio Grande City
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD GRADUATION SECTION THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1972 i Alonzo Jimenez Henry Sepulveda Cesar Ruiz t,dna Lopez Mauro Vlllarreal Jr. Marta Garza m Ricardo Garza /V ' Hilda Ramirez Mario Requenez Palace Drugs Roma, Texas 849-2041 Alberto Acevedo # Isabel Salinas Merle Norman Cosmetics Studio Roma, Texas 849-6131
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD GRADUATION SECTION THURSDAY JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 27 Hortencla Rodriguez ■Toe Parr Jr. Martina Pena Hermellnda Cruz Dennis Guerra Isabel Juarez Ismael Pena Rio Pharmacy 601 E. 2nd Rio 487-2711 Grande City Antonio Requenez Jr. San Juanlta Pena Edna Benavidez Jorge Saenz Torres Glass Shop 201 E. 2nd 487-2882 Rio Grand* City
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
The Klo Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Pub- lishing Company, Incorporated, 102 East Second Street. Raul Trejo, Managing Editor and General Manager. Second Class mall privileges authorized at the Post Office at Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582. Subscrip- tion ' Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per'year; Outside Starr County, $3.50 per year. Mail- ing Address: P. O. Box 452, Rlc Grande City, Texas 78582. Tel. No. 487-2819. C-2 SALES, AGENTS FULL OR PARTTIME to service Fullerbrush customers. Earn $2 to $3 an hour. College & high school students welcome. Call 68C-8C38 between 7 & 9 p.m. or write 1111 Sycamore, McAlien ★★★★★★★★★★★★★★ STATE COMPTROLLER JAMES (JIM) WILSON ELIMINATE taxes that cost more to collect than the revenue produced. YOU PAY for a full time comptroller. The 80 year old incumbent only spent 50% of last year working for you due to poor health. WE LOSE 12 MILLION DOLLARS annually in sales tax receipts due to faulty administrat...
Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
t V %' -■r _ hfl M I THURSDAY. JUNE 1. 1072 THE UK) GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Incarnate Word graduates many local students.... SAN ANTONIO -- .Six Ri« Grande City residents received academic degrees May 21 from Incarnate Word College here. Mrs. Evelyn Kramer Salinas, daughter ol Mr, and Mrs. John Kramer of 502 llli Street, re- ceived the Bachelor of Arts in business with a minor in edu- cation. At IWC she was trea- surer of Kappa Psi Sigma, vice- president of the business club, ;uid a member of Alpha Chi. a national honor society limited to the top ten per cent ol col- lege upperclassmen in the U.S. Mrs. Salinas now works in the Business Office of the College. Miss Melissa A. Walschak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lion- el A. Walschak of Box 511, Rio Grande City, received the Bach- elor of Arts degree with a double major in history and English. Melissa was a member of Phi Sigma Kappa, president of the social sorority Alpha Delta Sig- ma, and little sister of /.eta Phi Sigma of St. Mary's Un...
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
!: I | | | lit! THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. JUNE 1, 1972 PAGE 30 THE PEOPLE'S PARTY NEEDS YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT FOR A NEW CLEAN SLATE OF CANDIDATES () CHEMA ALVAREZ () JOHN TRAGER () BILL HOBBY FOR SHERIFF FOR SENATOR, 21st SEN. DIST. FOR LIEUT. GOV. OJAJIIIES (JIM) WILSON COMPT. OF PUBLIC ACCTS: ()MRS. FRANCES FARENTHOLD FOR GOVERNOR () RALPH W. YARB0R0U6H FOR U.S. SENATOR CONTRIBUTIONS REQUESTED TO CONTINUE OUR WORK DANIEL VILLARREAL JR.-PRES.. THE PEOPLE S PARTY "EL PARTIDO DE LOS POBRES" 1 v - i -
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
V t I - •<- * * t a. & I f ■ * i I- * Picture Dispute TYLER, Tex. - Irate Austin and Anderson County supporters of gubernatorial candidate Dolpli Briscoe have lashed out at State Rep. Fred Head of Troup for what they claim is "unauthorized use" of a picture of Head with Briscoe at a Tyler campaign rally. The picture, which they said Head promised not to use in his thank you notes courtesy of .... CEBALI OS FUNERAL HOME The Family of Presiliano Moraida Jr. wish to thank everyone that accompanied us during our time of deep loss. We es- pecially want to thank all who expressed their sym- pathy through floral ar- rangements. Sincerely, The Moraida Family The Family of Manuel Guillen wish to thank everyone that accompanied us during our time of deep loss. We es- pecially want to thank all who expressed their sym- pathy through floral ar- rangements. campaign for election to the House in Dist. 14, appeared Tuesday in Head campaign bro- chures mailed to local resi- dents. Head and S...
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 1 June 1972
'.c • 'tW' THURSDAY^JUNE 1, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERAL') PAGE 32 Complaint filed against Carrillo Several Roma officials have filed another complaint with the Judicial Qualification Commis- sion which is already looking into an earlier complaint alle- ging that District Judge O.P. Briefs GUILLEN BROTHERS RECEIVE -- Lion President Alberto Barrera Is shown presenting a plaque to rancher Mario Guillen commemorating his winning a Conservation Rancher Award. He and his brother Manuel were jointly honored by the Soil Conservation District. These brothers joined the Starr County Soil and Water Conservation District in 19G4 and after development of a basic conservation plan they started a systematic plan of applica- tion. Most of their land was in pour condition with an average stocking rate of only one cow per thirty-five acres. The Guillen brothers root plowed the land and seeded it to buffel grass. The area was then rested f"r one year. After the grass was established, cattle were put int...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
r*xT< -J - TP 4 RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 23 Tli ii r*<la\ June 8, 1072 llio <iran«le City, Texas Sheriff's race appears headed for courtroom Starr County has a new state senator a new representative and after 24 years a new county sheriff. Although the sheriff's race is not settled yet due to court ac- tions and recounts Hey Alvarez took the election over J.M. (Chema) Alvarez with a total of 2920 to 2902 for Chema Al- varez. O.P. Carillo took Starr Coun- ty and Webb County fell short of his goal by some 4000 votes. John Traeger a state represent- ative took Carrillo 30,660 to 33,101 for Carrillo. Wayne Connally another local' political) lost to newspaper publisher Bill Hobby of Hous- ton. Connally carried Starr County 2,025 to Hobby's 2,353. Dolph Briscoe, Uvalde Rancher and Banker took Starr County 3,297 to Mrs. Frances Farent- hold's 1,852. Carrillo carried the county with 3,532 to Traeger's 1,905. In ...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 WHAT IS FUSION? FUSION IS - ' si/ 'iit sun /■ "fit ■■ taut f + ® + t K! . • N PUT RON \ ' t ' It '''•' *>* ^^lAlGHT NUCLEI (HYDROGEN ISOTOPES MllllMlI%"" DEUTERIUM) JOIN OR FUSE TO wm j v; heavier nucleus such as helium 5p^'fi,#eratures of 100000.000 degre [ s ~ required cmw of mm /s ang-Sty CORPUS CHRISTI, Tex. — The Federal Bureau of Investigation lias entered the case of George Randolph "Han- dy" Farenthold, a wealthy Cor- pus Cliristl mnrher-fi ports man- playboy found slain in mob fashion on a seashore near this South Texas city. Farenthold's lx>dy washed ashore Tuesday two miles south of Port Aransas, on the north side of Corpus Christi Bay. It had a 25-pound concrete block chained around the neck and the hands were bound behind it. Authorities said the lnxly ap- peared to lave lieen in the wa- ter several days. Farenthold, 32, was the step- son of state Rep. Frances Fa- renthold of Corpus Christi, who lost Saturday in the Dem...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
..: wf \ - i THURSDAY, JUNK 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 editorial Speaking of political machines .... Recently, voters throughout the state have seen a change from the Governor's office to the courthouse. Political machines are built around a system that so-and-so covers for us . . . while we cover for so- and-so. This is what happened here and throughout the state. Governor Smith, Lt. Governor Ben Barnes, Gus Mutcher, Attorney General Crawford Martin and the rest of the 'chain of command.' There is one thing that they all forgot. . . that people sooner or later get fed up with the 'system'. Despite the *grand endorsement' of the different political parties, especially the one from Webb County, John Traeger defeated Oscar Carrillo by a4,000-plus vote margin. Wayne Connally, long time 'silver*boy'ofthe system was defeated by a newspaper man in his bid for Lt. Governor, despite the fact that Connally tried to ride on his brothers coat-tails while also trying to side with Dolp...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Foiks £ Facts PHARMACY TOPICS Before worrying too much a- bout poisoning from canned foods, remember that out of 775 billion cans of food that have been sold in the last 45 years, only three cans have produced fatal cases of botulism. * * Thore's been a sharp in- crease in the number of ama- teur shop-lifters. They're particularly troublesome to re- tailers because, unlike pro- fessionals, they repeatedly steal from the same shops. * * * The discomfort caused by common fever blisters can be relieved by a number of com- mercial preparations available at your pharmacy. * * * Since most corns are caused by ill-fitting shoes, be sure your shoes don't rub against your toes in any way. * * * It's recommended that a child have his first smallpox vacci- nation between the first and second birthdays, at the time of exposure, or before foreign travel. * * * In New Guinea, witchcraft is still widely practiced, and witch doctors reportedly rec...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
THirRSDAY, JUNE 8. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE "•1 Planting, Harvest Reported Ahead OPENING SOON — Iticardo Gutierrez and I.G. Zarate check the door locks at their new theater The Garmon. The theater has recently undergone some remodeling changes for opening on June lGth. Gutierrez and Zarate are part owners of the business. The Garmon is located on Main Street and will be featuring some of Hollywood's finest. "We had a little trouble scheduling a real good one for opening night but as the season will indicate we'll be progressing into some real good and latest movies," Gutierrez said. (Herald Photo) Local educators selected for '72 J.D. Villarreal Jr., Gloria A. Martinez and Alicia Carre- ra have been selected as Lead- ers of American Secondary Ed- ucation for 1972, according to R.C. Salinas, principal Ring- gold Junior High School. Nominated earlier this year by the school's administrators, these educators were selected for tills national honor on the basis of their profession...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
Chapa announces honor roll Ruben Chapa, Principal of North Grammar School, an- nounces the following Honor Roll students for the Fourth- Nine Weeks: FIRST GRADE - A - Sandra Mae Guerra, Maria Celinda Olivarez, Laura Liza Pena A & B — Reymundo Lopez, Amaro Salinas, Jr., Jessie Reay Warren, Maria Idolina \cevedo, Letlcia Alaniz, Ara- celi Alvarez, Rosabel Garcia, Elda Monica Guerra, Sylvia Lo- pez, Victoria Violeta Munoz, Balblna Rodriguez. SECOND GRADE - A — Jes- sica Coddlngton, Abigail Garza, Marlcela Leal, Cynthia Rodri- guez, Rosalinda Tamez A & B — Gilberto Guerrero, Jorge Alberto Gutierrez, Dan- iel Hinojosa, Rene Rolando Lo- pez, Cynthia Benavidez, Yvonne Y. Lopez, Alicia Martinez, Blanca Valadez, Ana Elizabeth Pena, Maria Trinidad Ramirez, Maria Isabel Ada me THIRD GRADE - A — Elsa Adame, Elizabeth Trevino A & B — Leticla Canales, Brenda Alaniz, Carmen Laurel, Ma. de la Luz Olivarez, Are- cell Olivarez, Cynthia Acevedo, Cynthia Leal, Iris Garza, Hilda Cortez, Jaim...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 "V vi: ♦ - - 1 :t; m v :?7 ' I- APPROACHING MARRIAGE — Mr. and Mrs. Santos Sosa of Roma announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Juanita to Amador Eloy Gonzalez son of Mr. and Mrs. Amador Gonzalez of San Antonio. The couple will exchange vows at 7 p.m. July 1 at Our Lady of Refuge Catholic Church in Roma. Juanita is a graduate of Roma High School. (Herald Photo) (Continued from Page 2) The FI3I said it was entering the case because Farenthold was a prime Witness in a feder- al case against four men charged with defrauding him of $100,000 and inducing him to travel across a state line in pursuance of a scheme. Dr. Joseph Rupp, Nueces County medi<al examiner, said after an autopsy early today that Farenthold was struck on the head with a blunt in- strument and thrown uncon scious into the water. He rule< it was a case of homicide. The medical examiner flew home from Allentown, Pa., tc perform the autop...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972
THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 fel:- v. J (5T l-j&> ^ at Boutique Juvenile * OUR ONLY BUSINESS IS CHILDREN... BUT WE TRAVEL JUST AS FAR TO FIND THE BEST VALUE AND QUALITY FOR OUR SHOP TO OFFER TO YOUR CHILDREN!! DURING OUR BIG PAJAMA PARTY FROM 7P.M. THURSDAY EVER YTHING DISCOUNTED / %Li ' $ v* y i iCW 7!v h f VO Children are our business... our only business!! 0 J BOUTIQUE JUVENILE STARK PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER TONIGHT!! the law of the jungle must prevail — v.u- -« U>V* Come Join Our Big "PAJAMA PARTY" and Save big money! * .rV . * CP 69 A from a Ladies Dressy-Dress to the outfits that are "TODAY" all with the look that is truely.... 7tlcu*t4elCe d STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER K - < - /. - ! ' .. I -1 - -1 1 crr':,iT:«'i" • V:r*Jt* vc—■