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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

I'll UK-SPAY, JUNK H, 1072 TIIK RIO CHAN UK 1IKHALD PAGE 0 I - .1 . -1 STARK Pl.AZA SHOPPING CENTER FATHERS DM Fathers' Day Is SHIRT SPECTACULAR! For Very Special Dads TREMENDOUS SELECTION-NO I RON 277 077 •fa. w • £a^ T 2/5.50 3/10.00 2/9.00 The greatest shirt savings event of the year' Great short sleeve styles in polyester cotton blends Fashion solids, stripes, and patterns one to suit every dad Men's sizes Give dad an entire wardrobe of shirts for father's Day Every Dad Wants THE CLASSIC STRAP & BUCKLE IN FASHION WHITE LEATHER $ 10. PR. m A Men s 100°o Polyester Double Knit 1 The dress pant with lots of I casual comfort All polyester knit keeps it's shape, sheds wrinkles These styles tea ture 2 waist band, belt loop-, and gentle (lore t ' torns Menswcar patterns. Sues 32-38 The classic slip on style in soft, <lur able leather This shoe con go to dress occasions, as easily as to more casual lines Choose fashion whiti' or r rh brown II c II ■ lj"e Tff'i 8 B B B B « DTITH B"...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

I BREAD ■l 1/2 LB.I CARROTS IjT DEL MONTE fJrfr' FRENCH STYLE CARNATION l~r? BEANS SLENDER 47 WHOLE NEW O.ET FOOD £> POTATOES DEL MONTE GEL ASST FLAVORS 10 OZ. CAN f ^ SEASONED 303 CAN GOLDEN JERSEY MELLORINE KOUNTY KIST i 1/2 GAL. SOB&- SPRITE. DR. WW TAHft CO Hi ■ ALL FLAVORS CAN RUMP ROAST .69' T-BONi STEAK'" "" .. 98' SIRLOIN STEAK "™ "" .89* proten tenderized beef CHARCOAL STEAKS LS89< proten tenderized beef RIB STEAKS , 88' proten tenderized beef SWISS STEAK lb. 89' proten tenderized center cut BEEF RIB 68' proten or usda good blade cut CHUCK STEAKS u 69' _ , ready cut CHUCK ROAST ,65' MEMUDO JS' SHOULDER ROAST -87 la rancherita CHORIZO swift premmm HAM 3, $2.98 ,, BACOH EHDS '0,0... 19' swift (bologna, salami, spice) LUHCH MEAT . oz.« 3 $1.00 swift (salami. bologna) MRS. tuck LUHCH MEAT swift FRANKS 12 oz. pkg. each 59 ~~Q' swift WAFER THIN MEATS 3« $1.00 12 oz pkg each DECKER'S MARGARINE OIL PINE! PEACI gar i pre: WESS PROD APPLt® « MANGOS CELERY

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

1 £.i™w<* U M BOO-S 24-HOUR DEODORANT REGULAR OR ANTI-PERSPIRANT < ROYAL MONTE II OZ. SAUCE COLGATE CANIPHO- PHBHQUI 39' JINSTANT SHAVE STYLE SHAMPOO 16 OZ BRUT SPLASH-ON LOTION "33" mm Headfc Shoulders th* t>*it fHHtfbJm ttsndruf* thtmpoa nrn HEAD & SHOULDER CREST TOOTHPASTE LARGE REGULAR OR HINT TWIST LEMONADE MIX SWEETENED SUPER SIZE TUBE SUPER SIZE LOTION FAMILY SIZE JAR <; Crest S/« iiilih r- Q FATHER'S DAY GIFTS FLAVORS FOR PRESCRIPTIONS 0-CEDAR LEMON-DRI-GLO INSTANT 25 L8. BAG MRS. TUCKER'S J K -.ll I* CLEANING WAX .SPRAT CAN .99*DETERGENT ,69 IEAPPLE 3S1. TISSUE .39 t t EASY-ON ACHES 29' SPEED STARCH . 22 OZ 69 < •V M S&m J. fOR DISHES GARDEN CLUB (STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE. PRESERVES-GRAPE JELLY-RED PLUM I 8 OZ. 39' LUX 59 < DOWNY ESSON OIL 59' FABRIC SOFTNER 69 < -PRODUCE i E IiEL'BAC COS :RY RANCH SITLI BEANS IS OZ. 2 39 < POWELL'S (ORANGE SLICES) JELLY CANDY 49 ( WALGREEN MTIOrS «• I i pharmacists i,J kv DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRI...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

/ V k ( V THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 IT'S A BIG PAJAMA PARTY TONIGHT-THURSDAY JUNE 8-1972 CHILDREN! PLAYWEAR FOLDING REG SLIPPERS100 BOY'S S-T-R-E-T-C-H $100 SOCKS.... ■ - Double Knits 1.98-2.29-3.98 FAULTLESS Spray Starch 22 OZ. / * I •A SAUCERS ONLY AT WINNS ■ROOM olODOSi MAKE WINNS YOUR FATHER'S DAY GIFT HEADQUARTERS PLASTIC Ulinn's

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

3 < ' m * - U -4 > AAKONSON BROS • • • PAJAMA PARTY • . . THURSDAY. JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 * .u \ >4. ♦ ej<j , ^/ILV ikl's • • • • • • \SHGRT SETS ; > km;. i.w N/ f / ■'/ $100 ladies' SHIFTS keg. 5.99 $197 • • • • •• * ladies' cikdle BELTS LADIES' f CAPRIES * keg. 2.99 s ~=% $090 •v ladies" f DRESSES keg. 6.99 , • ladies' BLOUSES 4-qn $i3.7 S « • 3 ladies' SKIRTS keg. 2.99 • « • • keg. 2.99 ladies SLIPS keg. 1.99 97" .•w , • • • . .!• • • • i • • * ladies GOWNS ni;(,. 3.<><> DISCOUNT CENTER llSsT? it \ i>V* c f USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN LAY-AWAY BLANKETS AM) BEDSPREADS TODAY!!

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

THAT'S OUR BAG DURING STARR PLAZA'S PAJAMA PARTY While they last... Polaroid SWINGER Regular $24.95 PLUS: MANY, MANY, OTHER GIFT IDEAS: DISCOUNTED OF COURSE RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP Starr Plaza Shopping Center PAJAMA PARTY SOCKS <w ;7V,! LADIES SHOES REG. 3.59 REG. 5.98. REG. 1.50 BOY'S SHOES .. r. REG. 10.95 MEN'S SHOES REG. 9.99 2f $qoo R° a $£*99 <fliQ OQ "• REG. 7.98 REG. 6.99 $3.98 $3.98 00 $£ < OMA • THE FAMILY SHOE STORE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER HANDBAt REG. 12.98.. NOW 10.98' REG. 6.95... NOW 5.95 BELTS REG. 5.98 Q95 A J & A M A P A R T Y We're not going to tell you about our specials for our Pajama Party. We want you to see them and (Belive them I PLAZA FABRICS RIGHT INSIDE YAL-L-MART STARR PLAZA'S PAJAMA PARTY POLYESTER FLARE PANTS sis LeBaron Price Re«- $/^90 TOP NAME BRAND DOUBLE KNIT LlBfron SLACKS Reg. $20.00 I TICC 9? JARMAN UB.ron Priee SHOES $"l O 99 Reg. to $22.95 JL 4mA • WESTERN FASHION SHIRTS The Image of Modern Man OPEN SUNDAYS MC-AE-BA

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

THl/RSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 - N • V *• I vv , t- Sr.gPS He WHAT IS FUSION? BntmE&L F USION IS' THl SC( l Ct " r*/ 5^/V iw -% jghl nuclei (hvdr0g1 ' • -a w rts deuterium) join or fuse 10 l • m heavier nucleus such as he hum mperatures of 100000000 degrfes *V'f required TEXAS NUCLEAR SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM Clark Councill, left, of Central Power and Light Company, explains nuclear fusion for the production of electric energy to local partici- pants who attended the nuclear science symposium in Austin this week. Ray Carlos Gar- cia, center, and Federico Pilori, Jr., right, from Rio Grande City attended the symposium. rr 1 Applicants should contact Elias J. eaciiers J- Guerrero, President of the Parish School Board, for an 1 1 application blank « Phone 487- neeaed 2478 or 487-2235. or drop by the Parish Office and secure an The Immaculate Conception application blank. School is soliciting teachers to — teach in the 4th and 5th Grades, for the 1972-73 school year....

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 / HONORED— High School Graduates, (L, to R): Mauro Garza, Eunice Rodriguez, (receiv- ing certificate) Luisa Barrera, Diana Ramirez, Melba Lopez, Abigail Garza. Sitting, Junior High School Graduates, (L to R): Estela Garza, Daniel Gebhart, Ampara Garza, Randall Gebhart, Zulerna Perez, (not on picture) Herlinda Gomez and Arturo Marroquin. On Saturday, May 27, 1972, the High School and Junior High graduates of Templo Bau- tista and one adult receiving her Certificate of Equivalency for High School Achievement, were honored with a banquet, where the pastor, Rev. Cruz R. Rodriguez brought the mes- sage. Special recognition was given to them also in the Sunday, May 28, 1972 morning Worship Service with the Rev. Isidoro Garza bringing the message. Gifts were presented to them after the message. Miss Debbie La Grange and Miss Sue Ann Kenmotsu were hon- ored for their graduation with a tea by Mrs. Howard Bass and Mrs. A.V. Peterson on Mond...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

THURSDAY. JUNE 8. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 - I V I . d - * I ! 4 k- b • I. 4 * STATE AUSTIN, Tex. — forecast for the State Democratic Conven- tion at San Antonio June 13 grows steadily stormier. Agriculture Commissioner John C. White, who already had announced as a candidate for convention chairman against Roy Orr of De Soto, the state Democratic executive commit- tee chairman, received backing of National Committee woman Mrs. Carrin Patman, Ganado. Mrs. Patman accused Orr of "wrecking the party" and pre- dicted a "disastrous blood-let- ting" at San Antonio If he pre- sides. She said Orr won't a- bide by the party rules he helped write himself, and that giving him the convention gavel would "sabotage''chances of the Tex- as delegation's being seated at the July 10 national convention. Supporters of Sen. George McGovern for president agreed Orr should not be chairman and that White is a "fair man." However, they contended, an en- dorsement on their part would be "premature....

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

THURSDAY-, JUNE 8, 1972 THE RIO THE FAMILY LAWYER. For Health's Sake At a state university, all in- GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 coming students were required to have chest X-rays. But at least one young woman found this in- tolerable. In a court challenge, she argued: "Having a chest X-ray is con- trar> to the principles of my re- ligion. To require it is to violate my religious freedom, which •*! guaranteed b> the First Am' nd- ment." However, the court ove her objection. Noting that X-rays can reveal tuberculosis and that tuberculosis is infectious, the court said: "The regulation is purely for the purpose of discovery. It does not say you must be treated if you are ill: it only says if you are ill and (don't) know it. you cannot spread your infection to others." Religious freedom, of course. ranks high in our constitutional system. But it does not outrank the necessities of public health. Said one judge: "The health of the people is the first law." Other freedoms, too, may be lim...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

T - f - r - + T J. r i - \ t - . L v / - \ csica Come See Us! That's What We're Here For Furniture See Us At.. 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm THUKSUAY, JUNE 8, 1972 THE KiO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 RABANITOS TOR CHARLES SCm T mi 6-H PlMIEWA' a la con- woe eetf \ CHICO? ..a, ME ALE6Pc? Of VEPTE to M/W PDN A SU CA6A-. PLCEH 6<0E CON 'VOTEN60 uo! /'AAE y /VtPCi.AAOiH AMI i C5£o QJE T /Toma.' / USA E6ToY Ifet?! /'TP TEVBLAMOoJ c^L MAPA UN 4-20 /JOAN PRANCE PfAAEDIo' ve<?2. if /Vo vi LA rSrutratKu OI'DEOR QJEY/REALAAEN HARTA fftgA / "EE LA VI, POALGO- | UNO' dQUtPASO' d(3UE QVJ5" 11 cm GJU1 It A ipeupbdua, ct i# am? E6TUVE faRAPH fl^mt A ELLA ... AL f IN \Jl A lA CHIQUULA a LIPOMA oe GJUE CHI CO HABlA 'lbCX? EL T|EAAP>i6A6E<S to .C&EHICE? /EGTUVE PAGAPft ECEKTE A LA cHlQUI" I LA PELI P0X)A V VI lOiVNMy 6M EPA- PE pROKfc ME D( CUENTA POP CHICO LA GMEPE Y ME 01 CUENTA Cfc QJE NAPHE ME QUEppA" ASl" CMfECE A LL0RAP,YNO PbttA HICE UN f^FELAZO PERONOAAE LMPOPTo... rWPlEAATNlE" LA VI Y£...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 8 June 1972

I 'V a A SNAIL MENACE RIThfci ANNOUNCED FOR JULY 29 — Mr. and Mrs. Jose B. Martinez are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of the daughter, Leticia, to Reynaldo Garcia Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Reynaldo Garcia Sr. Both families are from Rio Grande City. The rites will be solemnized July 29 at 7 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church. Miss Martinez is teaching confraternity classes, church choir member for eight years, and is a member of the Catholic Daughters of America. Her fiance served in the United States Navy aboard the USS Ponchatoula. Miss Martinez and her fiance graduated from Rio Grande City High School. thank you.... 1 want to thank everyone who helped us during this election... I especially want to thank the "Youth For Chema'' for their needed help. thank you Q.Tft. (C&wui) (Paid Pol. Ad by Friends of Chema) WANTED FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM UNFURNISHED HOME CALL: 487-2907 WILMINGTON, Del The march of the (Jiant African Snail is among 100 exhibits on display ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

)TPj( i . _ *t. _ - « i SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No 24 Thursday June 15, 1972 liio (>ran<le City, Texas Lights, camera, action... The Garmon opens Friday It's lights, camera, action as the Garmon Theatre under the new ownership of Ricardo Gu- tierrez and I.G. Zarate, reopens it's doors to the public. The theatre located at 210 East Main Street will open on a four day schedule to begin with and shift into a full week scheduling as bookings become available to the management. The Garmon Theatre was in business early in the decade but the owner then retired from the business and closed the theatre. "We're very glad to be able to open the theatre as it will mean a place where everyone can go and enjoy a good movie", Gu- tierrez said. Among those movies scheduled for the new theatre are 'Klute', •Kotch', Tora, Tora, Tora'and many other award winning mov- ies. Thrillers like Hot Rock' and •Diamonds are Forever' and children mov...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

iz Duys san oemto s Wilson Supermarket... Pete Diaz Jr., president and owner of Starr Plaza Shopping Center in Rio Grande City has announced that he has purchased Wilson Super market in San Ben- ito. In making the announcement Diaz also announced that Wil- liam A. Casey will take over management duties effective June 26. Diaz who holds extensive com- mercial land holdings and owns a 13 store complex in Rio Grande City stated that the supermarket will be a total dis- count center with some 12,000 square feet of shopping area. Wilson Supermarket was for- merly owned by Woodrow Wil- son of San Benito who is retir- ing from the grocery business. Diaz said the store will be named in the very near future. Diaz's other supermarket and discount center in Rio Grande City is named Val-U-Mart. Wilson Supermarket Is located Starr County Farm Bureau 304 West Main Rio Grande City Come Join Us !! We offer... Service Serving it's membership through it's service programs... Life... Hospitalization.....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

Thursday! june i*.1972 the rio grande herald page 3 4 -<4t -J } * Jf I -I- . 1 i tensn! ' -*si .-j./r-.v \ •' V- ,5... >' ' ■ " < A *c! ■ ' v \ ^V,,: V -- #> \# ■ f . ■ ,gi: .-\ . *.1. «M| "S **« -1 M ■,r- ' ^ v'f*^ <■ .V- ■ ; . v ••• -ffc■-';•• :•, *.• '.V;.v; ' , • ' :• Rotarian Dist. Gov. H.A. Hodges (1) has been elected as the top Rotary official for his home area by delegates to the Rotary International convention in Houston. Hodges was congratulated on his elec- tion by president-elect Roy D. Hickman (r). Hodges will coordinate the activities of 41 clubs in his district. He is a professor and vice-president emeritus of Pan American University, a fellow in the Texas Academy of Science, president of Rio Farms, Inc., past president of the Texas Deans and Academic Vice Presidents Association of Jr. Colleges and a former vice-chairman of the committee on schools and colleges for the Texas branch of the American Cancer Society. He has been a Rotarian since 1934 and is...

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

THURSDAY, JUNE 15| 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 voiks & Facts SAN DIEGO « Marine Pfc. Homer E. Garza, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Requenez Jr. of Route 34, Delmlta, graduated from basic training at the Ma- rine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. A 19G8 graduate of San Isidro High School, San Isidro, he at- tended Pan American Univer- sity, Edinburg. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Sakratis Mas- tropperros of Brownsville, are presently on a three month va- cation that will take them to visit with relatives in Greece, Italy and France. Mrs. Eloisa Cruz Mastropper- ros is the daughter of Mrs. San J aanita Perez Rodriguez of Rio Grande City. Mr. Mastropper- ros is from Athens, Greece. ALBERT S.*MCCRORY ANGELES, Philippines -- Al- L t GARZA VILLERREAL THE WILD LIFE MAN BRYAN ROBINSON Santa Ana National ihllifV Refuge In the six months that I have been assigned to Santa Ana, I have never seen a painter or illustrator doing any work on the refuge. I have met lots of camera enthusiasts, writers, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

7 ■ ■ ' ' "*• . ? . THURSDAY. JUNE 15, 1972 ThE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Dad's day earlier A quirk in the calendar cuts two days from the time left between now and Fath- er's Day this year, to com- plete plans for honoring Dad on his special day, the third Sunday in June. Last year Father's Day fell on Sunday, June 20th. This year, Father's Day falls on June 18th because the third Sunday of the month arrives two days ear- lier than last year. Advice to all mothers and sons and daughters and also to all loving sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins and broth- ers, is to "get on the ball now" with plans to honor your favorite, Dad. There are two specially interesting aspects of the National Father's Day ob- servance this year. Last year the President of the United States issued a proclamation in response to a joint resolution of Con- gress, calling upon the na- tion to observe the occasion Board meeting set Monday The Rio Grande City Indepen- dent School District will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY. JUNE 15, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Short summer for many area students ■ AUSTIN — Nearly 200,000 stu- dents in Texas public schools are having one thought in com- mon today: it's been a short summer. For these are the youngsters — 189,358 students in grades kin- dergarten through 12 --whoare back in school for summer terms, according to statewide figures compiled by the Texas Education Agency. Their academic targets are as varied as a summer garden. While some youngsters take field trips into the sunlight to study marine biology by the side of a lake others wait to track the stars through a high- powered telescope at night. Whole new kinds of courses, many of them designed to spark new interests ir. astronomy or learning to put reference skills to work in a library, will give the summer students opportun- ities he may not get the rest of the year. Limnology, for example, is not high on the list of courses offered in September through May. Yet, this study of the ani...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

I: X /- - 4 J, -1 - 7 " | THURSDAY', JUNE 15, 1972 THE F.IO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Mothers Eager To Claim Teenager With Amnesia KEY WEST, Fla. - A hundred mothers with missing sons want to claim a teen-ager who swam ashore here a week ago without a memory or a name, police say. The blue-eyed youth, who ap- pears to lie about 17, sat in the police station here with tears streaming down his cheeks and said "I sure would like to know Whol am." He seemed to know the New York and Rhode Island area, and lias a long scar on his left thumb, but there are few other clues to his identity, Det. Sgt. Earl McCain said Monday. The boy without a name has been examined by two local doctors who said he was suffer- ing from amnesia, McCain re- ported. "He stops in here at the po- lice station every once in a while and I tell him about these women that call. I ask him, Ts your name John Green?' And he sits there and says, 1 just see MOTHERS page 16 APPROACHING MARRIAGE — Mr. and Mrs. Salvador Garza of L...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HE ■ •r ' ■4' UfP^S' Alcoholism May Be rInherited9 mm fe. WASHINGTON — Alcoholism may well be an "Inherited" trait, Dr. Marc A. Schuckit, al- chol addiction expert at the Uni- versity of California at San Die- go. says. A liCSD study released here said that children who have at least one alcohol-addicted par- ent were likely to become ad- dicts themselves if the proper precautions were not taken to prevent the child from drinking heavily. Schuckit says this does not mean the child will become an alcoholic as a child. According to Schuckit, the study indicated that an alcohol- addicted parent may produce a child predisposed to alcohol addiction, while on the other hand, "living with an alcoholic parent figure, but not related to him, does not seem to pre- dict alcoholism in a child. Schuckit and his associates, Dr. Donald W. Goodwin of the University of Washington School of Medicine and Dr. George Winokur of the University of Iowa Medical School...

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