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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 'S Fil SU ASY •I illy r s/s ENGAGEMENT — Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Ozuna Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Noe Resendez announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter Yolanda to Joe Henry Lopez, son of Mr. and Mrs. Federico G. Lopez of Beeville. The wedding will be solemnized January 22 at St. Luke's Cath- olic Church in Irving at 11 a.m. Yolanda is a 1970 graduate of Rio Grande City High where she was active in Distributive Education and other work-study programs. The prospective groom is a graduate of Beeville High School and is presently employed as a draftsman with Texas Instruments. Dr. Garza will seek district post EDINBURG — Dr. Omar Garza, an Edinburg physician, has announced that he will be a candidate for the State Board of Education from the 15th Con- gressional District of South Texas, in the May primary e- lections. "I feel that my experience on the Edinburg School Board, my interest in the education of our chi...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

COFFEE $ MARYLAND CLUB 2 LB. CAN : s# WE'VE LOADED OUR SHELVES WITH MONEy-SAVING FOOD VALUES FOR .'OU/ ih&F-''"-t s hi - , ,«-$>>, ' %MlHiiHHst-4>y HI 1 > ilffii vV'' >< v ^v<'^ "'*>'■ i "'x'" PEANUT BUTTER" ' SALAD DRESSING ."""*. 69< TOWELS .TT 3 S* $1.00 SHINOLA™19' AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR ^469 DETERGENT PEACHES" J|J|£|! LIBBY PINEAPPLE CRYSTAL WHITE 1.1/2 QT. 59 NO. 2 1/2 CAN 7V 10' < DISCOUNT FAMILY DISCOUNT PRESCRII Call 467-2504 Por Your Dif Lino Perez 11 f - Register! ,1 Pete Diaz Jr. Prop - Li-ao Caif Rio Grande City , . 12 OZ. DETERGENT „„„«$!.19 FLOUR"""""0 5 « 49' BROOMS""'69' AIR FRESHNER5""*"0'0""'"' 49' KOUNTY KIST FIRST CHOICE SALT WAGNER NAPDWAPF * ARM°URS — n/\KU W/\KC— SAWS BLACK AND DECKER I HORSE POWER BLACK AND DECKER I 1/4 HORSE POWER CHERRIES'0"""" 3 «$1. SYRUP™" jim. 19* MIRACLE WHIP "" 59' VIENNA SAUSAGE 4-$1. TP95 QUIK , 69' CLEANSER*1""11"""'1.;. GRAPE DRINK ^Qpp|j|j YARBOROUGH WESSON OIL 27 '29 ARMOUR'S STAR KfrST TUN CHIL...

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

< FROZEN FOODS FRUIT PIES LLOYD HANES 12 OZ. FAMILY CENTER Int prescriptions ■4 Por Your Discount Prescription 11 f - Registered Pharmacist Ln«j Canoles Jr.- General Manager Starr Plaza Shopping Center MORTON (MEAT LOAF, CHICKEN. TURKEY, SALISBURY STEAK TV DINNERS ,.lH39 FROZEN FRENCH FRIED POTATOES ...c35 GULF GEM SHRIMP , oJ9 6.5 OZ. 1.59 FOR PRESCRIPTIONS HEADN- SHOULDERS t i MARGARINE MEDICATED POWDER 2 1/2 OZ. 1.75 119 $' PHILLIPS! MILK OF MAGNESIA] "the kind of laxative Doctors recommend most often." ((■Will phillips'] MILK OF MAGNESIA MVEIOH BOO* LOJWH OZ. $ A7 S NO PINS NEW KIMBIES DAYTIME DIAPERS SOFT DIET PARKAY YOGURT JOHNSTONS COOKIES TURKEYS PURPOSE - 28 07 PILLSBURY DOUGH WAGNER 39* MEATS-COLD CUTS 24 OZ \l SWIFT PREMIUM BOLOGNA, SALAMI, SPICE 12 OZ. PKG. GT. SIZE SUNSHINE KRISPY SWIFT PREMIUM BOLOGNA, SALAMI, SPICE LUNCH MEAT FEE CREAM 6 OZ. PKG. SWIFT PREMIUM L~MON OR PLAIN 'WITH FREE PORTION) SWIFT PREMIUM 12 OZ PKG. SWIFT PREMIUM meats * iWit^

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. 1972 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed Bids for cost of mat- erials for a house 35'8" long by 28'8" wide to be built at the Starr County Airport will be received at the office of the County Judge of Starr County until 10:00 a.m. on the 31 day of January 1972. For the fol- lowtne items. 1 Wash basin complete 1 sink complete 75 ft. Plastic pipe 3 inch wide 6 Elbows 3 inch wide 2 reducer's of 3 inch one and half wide 2 Ps inch and half 1 can of plastic paste 100 ft. of Galvanize pipe half inch wide 20 Elbows half inch wide 6 Nipples of 3 inch wide 6 reducer's of half inch 3 quarters 1 can of Polmotex 40 ft. of plastic pipes 4 inch wide 1 safetyVowl 3 quarters for protection water heater 1 safetvtank 500 gallons 75 ft. of sewage pipe 4 inch wide 1 Meter Loop 220 complete 2 full rolls of romax 30 switch boxes 10 complete switches 1 Box of romax staplers 8 fixtures 10 Romax connecters half inch 100 ft. Conduit pipe 10 Conduit copiers 2 rolls of r...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

OPEN 10: 00 A.M. TIL 10:00 p.M GREATEST OUR STORE FAMOUS FURNITURE, AND CARPET! AJERR' • SIMMONS • BR0YHILL • BASSETT • UNITED (LIE •KINGSLEY • CHROMCRAFT I0HAL •ALEXANDER SMITH kTMERS! •K,'0tHlER je#n transferred to our store for this ing is brand new and fully guaran- edicedF ...Everything is at a special • don't delay! 5Y TERMS IS TO PAY UR STORE CLOCK RADIOS $ 10 CHANDELIERS, PICTURES Reduced up to 50% APPLIANCES ZENITH. RCA. MOTOROLA TELEVISION SETS Color & Black & White. Console, Portable & Table Models PRICES t< START AT 8-PC. DINING ROOM SUITE SC Pfl Other Dining Room Suites Reduced As Much As 50%! 85 MAYTAG, WHIRLPOOL Automatic ft Wringer WASHERS SALE STARTS FRIDAY JAN 21 FOR 5 DAYS ONLY HURRY FOR BEST SELECTIONS PRICES J START AT 99 FRIGIDAIRE, WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATORS All Sizes, All Colors PRICES $ START * AT 138 TAPPAN. O'KEEFE & MERRITT GAS RANGES Gold, copper, avocado, white. Apartment size 30' , 36" PRICES START AT 98 ZENITH, RCA, MOTOROLA, LEAR JET ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

twit urn r.RANDK HERALD THURSDAY. JANUARY 20. 1972 \ PAGE 14 Kitagfe 7 / r; - // Mexico Relaxes Restrictions QB BANQUET—The Rio Grande City Quarterback Club honored the Rattler football team last week with their annual sports banquet. Pictured above are the winners of the Rio Grande Herald Offensive and Defensive Players of the Year. The selection is made through secret balloting. Left to right are Joe Sanchez, Defensive Player of the Year, Sanchez shared the honor with Hobbs Williams at right. In center is Roger Williams, president of the quarterback club. In back is Matias Garza, main speaker for the night and Rattler Head Coach Gilbert Muzquiz. The Offensive Player of the Year was Hector Rivera, who was not present to receive the award. (Herald photo) : .400** • I \ - : Mai J I MEXICO CITY - The Mexican government promised Tuesday to keep a close watch on Mexico's ecor.omy during 1972 and not allow an in- flationary trend caused by tra- ditional commercial and indus- trial protec...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 V/ W- V i ii Q-, Oi i •> ItN* % ':•« A1 % <> >V' Youth With A Purpose. Their Goals Are Set! heir target? Careers in agriculture. Their purpose? Meeting technological, environ- mental challenges. Their organization? FFA. It offers a chance to learn through vocational programs. Their motto? Learning to Do; Doing to Learn; Earning to Live; Living to Serve. From the Staff And Management UNION NATIONAL BANK FEBRUARY 19-26 Laredo, Texas

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

i; i I * THE FAMILY- LAWYER , Class root > i Cop veal Scene: a collcgc classroom. The professor is delivering a lecture on philosophy. Most of his listeners are paying only intermittent attention to his pearls of wisdom. THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 But one alert young man is zealously taking down every word. For he has a great idea. He will gather the lectures to- gether, publish them in book form, and then sell them to stu- dents who are less energetic than he is. Could the professor block the young man's project if he. so desired? This question arose not long ago when a professor ac- tually did go to court against a classroom copycat. He claimed that publication of the lectures would violate his "common law copyright." The defendant retorted that the professor had lost the copy- right by uttering his words in public, thereby making them • free for all." But the court sided with the professor and granted him an injunction. The court pointed out that ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer J ML story from page 1 A healthier Texas is the aim of the Texas State Department of Health, and to carry out that goal Texas health authorities have moved to carry state health programs closer to Texas re- sidents by instituting a regional concept of public health. The first of the proposed 10 public health regions opened in 1970 in Tyler in East Texas. Two more State Health Depart- ment regions became opera- tional on January 1,1972. Region 3 had headquarters in El Paso and covers six counties in Far West Texas. Region 10 covers 20 counties in South Texas from headquarters in Harlingen. "The TexasStateDepartment of Health has made available better health services to over two and a quarter million Tex- as residents with creation of the two new regions," said Dr. James E. Peavy, Texas Com- missioner of Health. "And the goal is to eventually provide these services to all ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

THE RIO GRANGE HERALD PAGE 19 THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1972 / 1 s . . PAU Becomes Center For Public Activities BLUE JEAN QUEEN — Miss Maria Elena Rodriguez of Rio Grande City and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lazaro Rodriguez is pictured above in her role as Donna Lamb Exhibi- tion Blue Jean Queen. The festivities which are scheduled by the Blue Jean Queen contest will open January 20. Maria Elena is a junior at Rio Grande City High School and is the present Miss Starr County. She is active in 4-H and various other youth organizations. Billie Diaz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Diaz Jr., is a candidate for the coveted title. Pan American University is more and more a center for public activities related to ed- ucation or the university, an example being the recent nu- clear science symposium. The symposium, sponsored by Centra] Power and Light Company, in cooperation with the Texas Atomic Energy Re- search Foundation and Pan Am, brought more than 250 Rio Grande Valley high school stu- dents...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 January 1972

I I Id ' RAMIREZ FIRESTONE STORE it's the sale of the year on PHILCOMATIC. Color TV so automatic you can tune it without looking at the picture! ^ FACTORY \ •s SPONSORED 2 PHILCO «£ Vv./. V-dT" Come to Philco-Ford's Factory Sponsored Saleand save big money on PHILCOMATIC Color TV. PHILCOMATIC is the color system that's soautomatic you can tune it with- out looking at the picture. To prove it, we'll cover the screen and still come up with a beautiful picture. We'll just turn the dial, see the light, push the button and the picture's right. And that's just one of the features included in the low PHILCOMATIC sale price. Here's more, but hurry because the sale ends soon. • New 25" diagonal PHILCOMATRIX color picture tube; jet-black background sur- rounds each color dot for amazingly brilliant color • Truly natural face colors with Philco- Ford's patented Cosmetic Color Circuit. • Superbly crafted Decrawood cabinet; full-to-the-floor decorator styling featuring a solid base with rich . d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

Second in a series. Starr County political machine employs usual tactics of oppression EDITOR'S NOTE—Commis- sioner J.M. Longoria published many articles on his views back in 1936. Among some of the ar- ticles published in the South Texas Citizen was the following article on machine politics in that era and the oppression that people had to live under. Today J.M. Longoria has held the post of County Commissioner from precinct 3 for over 24 years. When asked by the Herald if he intended to run again he re- plied that he would do what the party asked him to do. The arti- cle that follows is not published to redlcule anyone but is pub- lished merely to show the dif- ference between the Longoria of 1936 and 1972. .. . Three strongholds of county political machines still remain in South Texas. They are in Webb, Duval and Zapata coun- ties. In order to keep the rank and file of the various counties under control, it is the common practice for the machine to use its gun-toting, law-enforci...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE) HERALD PAGE 2 Honor roll Ringgold Intermediate North Grammer Ringgold Intermediate prin- cipal Rene R. Lopez released the honor roll for his school this week. 6th Graders Juan Aguilar, Manuel Alva- rez, Romeo Ayala, Abraham Gonzalez, David Guerrero, David Guerrero, Pedro Gutier- rez, Jaime Mendoza, Rene Ra- mirez, Javier Fuentes and Es- peranza Chapa. Eliamar Garcia, Ma. del Jesus Rodriguez, Nydia M. Sa- linas, Ma. Teresa Sepulveda, Jesus Alvarez, Noel Hernandez, Ageo Moralez, Arturo Nava, Rogelio Pena and David Jesus Sanchez. Norma Guerra, Elena Mar- tinez, Ma. Francisca Ramirez, Tirso Nava, Alfonso Siller, Ma. Elizabeth Alvirde, Rebec- ca Barba and San J u a n i t a Olivarez. 5th Graders Arturo Acevedo, Rodolfo Barrera, Isaac Leal, Guiller- mo Olivarez, Blanca Gonzalez, Elisa Islas, MariselaMartinez, Edwardo Garza, Jose Luis Pena and Hector Rodriguez. Jose Luis Saenz, Juan Silva, Rene Fuentes, Rodolfo Garza, Jorge Luis Garza, Crisanto Gue...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

c ■ « % T 4 • 4 - -jl - ^ - <- p, ; f .- ► « I -> RAMIREZ FIRESTONE STORE it's the sale of the year on PHILCOMATIC. Color TV so automatic you can tune it without looking at the picture! Come to Philco-Ford's Factory Sponsored Sale and save big money on PHILCOMATIC Color TV. PHILCOMATIC is the color system that's so automatic you can tune it without looking at the picture. To prove it, we'll cover the screen and still come up with a beautiful picture. We'll just turn the dial, seethe light, push the button, and the picture's right. And that's just one of the features included in the low PHILCOMATIC sale price. Here's more, am FACTORY SPONSORED philco <:.* but hurry, because the sale ends soon. • Big 19" diagonally measured color picture tube. • Roll-about stand included at no extra cost. • Beautiful, handsome, functionally de- signed cabinet, finished to match walnut. • Truly natural face colors with Philco-Ford's patented Cosmetic Color Circuit. Model Shown „ C4860AWA *4 AI...

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

THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer A Jew years ago in Texas, emergency ambulance service was more or less a haphazard affair. Some communities and rural areas provided excellent coverage, but others provided only minimum equipment or less, and attendants with little or no emergency medical train- ing. Then the Texas State Depart- ment of Health moved to in- crease the quality and quantity of Training and equipment, and the professionalism of emer- The Rio 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 mail 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, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582. Tel. No. 487-2819. PHARMACY...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1972 THF RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 0 Jean DALBRET PARFUMS ^ ^ ^1' 99- ' • .) ' a.or. <> . !<*'<.> >:<•* s(„ • ^ t $6.50 s«ci<i f'-f .1° ■v* vr «* * .4 (J"*" . } 44 W «r. jy iej •«*** # 4 4 i <• •">' JEAN D>ALBRET -- Luxuriously spray a flourish of fragrance all over skin. Spray and spray till you glow with shimmering scent. Jean I^Al- bret believes in fragrance lavishly applied. A shimmer of fragrance dancing on skin. For unlimited fragrance luxury, we offer not one, but two flacons of spray: a natural spray plus refill - so you have 1000 extra sprays of rich, pleasurable scent. So you can luxuriate in a flourish of fragrance that lasts and lasts. When you've sprayed the last drop from your first flacon, simply change caps, adding spray top to refill. Now you have a new flacon to spray and spray -— 1000 extra times. Jean I)>Albret's fresh floral fragrances in natural spray flacons are classic and refined. Each is the purest form...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

j « > \ 1 if I la i/ THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1972 THE FEES from page 1 salary, brought the suit in fed- eral court. He claimed his con- stitutional rights were violated b such a provision. Two vot- ers from Tarrant County — Reuben Jenkins and Theodore H. Wischkaemper - also inter- vened as plaintiffs. Earl Luna, Dallas County Democratic chairman, argued "" in favor of the filing fees. TTie judges on the panel - U. S. Circuit Court Judge Homer "ITiornberry of Austin, and U.S. District Court Judges Sarah T. Hughes and William M. Taylor Jr. -- were the same trio who turned down an earlier f il i n g fee law because the fees were assessed mainly to raise funds for paying for primaries. This time they took only 32 minutes to teach their decision. Judge Thornberry, reading the ruling which will be follow- ed by a formal judgement, said: "House Bill No. 5, providing for filing fees for candidates for public office, and in the al- ternative for pauper's affidavits accompanied by the petiti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

% SCHOOL NURSES DAY — Governor Preston Smith declared Wednesday as Texas School Nurses Day. The day was celebrated locally by school nurses Mrs, Arturo Garza, RN, school head nurse, Mrs. Irma Hockaday, RN, immunization supervisor and Mrs. Amaro Salinas, LVN in charge of migrant program. The proclamation signed by the gov- ernor calls on all citizens "to be cognizant of the concern exhibited by these school nurses for the health, comfort and welfare of our school children." Also working for the school nurses are Mrs. Dalia Brown, LVN and Beatrice Garza, LVN. (Herald photos) THURSDAY. JANUARY 27, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 If a lady answers The Rio Grande Herald has recently installed a new device which answers our phone when the editor is out of the office. The answer you will receive will be "The Rio Grande Herald, Mr. Trejo is out of the office at the moment and your call is being received by our new Code-A-Phone Message Center. We ask that at the sound of the tone you leave...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 January 1972

LARGE SMALL KOUNTY KIST jMMmmsssSS 1 , KOUNTY KIST PiAS 5-$1.00 CUT GREEN KOUNTY KIST BEANS 5 $1.00 CREAM STYLE (APPLE, GRAPE) KRAFT JELLIES 0 3$1.00 K0^NTY K!ST C0RN. nEV«r«iT NESCAFE SI.40 / WAYMEN ^ DITtKwtllT Mt$tA t $ 7 DRINKS MRS. TUCKER FLOUR™025 ' $1.99 SARDINES 10< SOAP SAFEGUARD REG. SIZE ^ «>R 25* GRAPE, ORANGE, PUNCH, CHERRY, PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT FOR PINEAPPLE Z 4$ fi CRISCO meats CHICKEN FRIED AT HARD TO BEAT \] STEAKS PKG. OF 8 STEAKS BEEF OXTAILS ,25< FRANKS """, 53 MENUDO , 25' BACONor<"1" ° "K , 45 T-BONE STEAK ,$1.09 BACON ENDS0""",,M,89' SIRLOIN STEAK , 99' STEW MEAT .99' ROUND STEAK "01" , 98' BRISKET' "1" , $1.19 CHUCK STEAK PORK SAUSAGE0K " 45* | OIL CREAM!* PRESERVES OIL FLOUR JOY DANISH SHOR SHORT BREAD PAPER PLATES GOLD MEDAL 11 01. Kl DANISH SHORTBREAD, CHOCOLATE COOKIES 12 (K jB AC DIXIE SUPER SUDS DETERGENT GOLDEN JERSEY MELLORINE 1/2 GALLON CREAM PIES M0RT0N0R.BAM<IU.ET 3fOR$l.00 WAFFLESAUMT,EM,MA i 45< FISH STICKS FISHfR 80T ^ BREADED ...

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