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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 . i ! . t Madman's Image Changing Greece Is Seeking Society's image of the madman is changing. The once-sharp line that seemed to separate sanity from madness is blurr- ing and the American public's concept of mental Illness grow- ing more vague. The violent, seriously dis- turbed madman isn't so violent or disturbed as he used to be, psychiatrists are finding. On the other hand, ordinary people whose counterparts a generation ago wouldn't have dreamed of seeking psychiatric help are doing just that today. They want to ease a variety of mental maladies ranging from plain unhappiness to lack of personal identity. These shifting sands of men- ail health are concerning many psychiatrists. The subject re- ceived considerable attention during the American Psy- chiatric Association's recent meeting here. What's responsible? Psychiatrists are perplexed about the answer, but many place the blame on rapidly changing social and cultural val...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

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

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PA OF 13 * * M * Farmers, Business Split Over New Cabinet Office WASHINGTON -- Farmers and business men are lining up on different sides on the pro- posed creation of a new cabinet- level Department of Community Development. The Nixon administration is proposing the new department -- which has gained the approval of the House Committee on Gov- ernment Operations. The plan to create the department — is part of the administration's ef- forts to reorganize the execu- tive branch of government. The reorganization is part of a plan that would eliminate some existing departments and place their functions in fewer new departments. The Farmers Home Adminis- tration (FHA) and H u r a 1 Electrification Administration (REA) now in the Agriculture Department, would be moved to the Department of Community Horses Still Need VEE Vaccinations WASHINGTON —Horses should receive a dosage of 0,000 infectious viruses in vaccina- tion against venezuelen equin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY .TUNE in 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Records It's Shearing You're Hearing George Shearing, now 52, blind since birth, who made his fust record at 1!) and was England's most (xipular jazz pianist before be moved to An,erica in 1 :M7, is still on the road and still making records. We talked with him during an engagement of the George Shearing Quintet at the St. liegis Hotel in New York. After that he was going to Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, St. I i/iiis and Cohunbus. Also in the future are a week teaching improvisation at Chautauqua and a concert with Arthur Fiedler conducting the Cleveland Orchestra, the first half of which w ill have Shearing playing a Mozart piano concerto and the second half jazz. Shearing tried retiring once, in l!i(>;f, studying classical piano and having a radio disc jockey show in I .os Angeles. Hut be missed the road. He says, "No matter how comfortable things arc at home, you net used to a pattern of life and obviously you're going to miss i...

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

<• *4 ♦ I . A Omar Sharif Has Found A Home He Likes in Paris Thursday! june is] 1972 the rio grande herald page 15 Take a man with a hand- some face and outstanding physique, add one moustache, slightly graying hair and what must be the biggest, most liquid pair of eyes in the world. Throw in a dash of charm, and for good measure a taste for ice-cold beer, corned-beef sandwiches and cheese-cake, and an affinity for horse racing and bridge, and what have you got? Well, if you're lucky, you've got Omar Sharif, sitting across the table at lunch, his eyes even more incredible than they were in "Dr. Zhivago," his looks more dashing than in "Funny Girl"; his personality more vig- orous than in "Lawrence of Ar- abia" talking about his ca- reer, his new house in Paris, his attitudes about women and his nervousness about the horse he- has running in a big French race The career he's talking about began in his native Egypt, but his first job wasn't acting !t was being a salesman in his fat...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 15. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 I f aP I fjjViVif" Make it a family affair AUSTIN — "Leadership Is hell." That quote from a political leader came to mind during the 64th annual National Governor's Conference In Houston last ueek. It's darned tough to serve as a public official these days. Not Just presidents, vlce-pre- sldents and candidates for pre- sidents have their lives threa- tened — but governors and can- didates for governor face physi- cal threats these hectic days In America's political history. This fact was brought to mind by the extremely tight security measures at the host hotel for the National Conference for state chief executives. Security police, Texas Rang- ers, and state patrol men almost outnumbered the governors, aides, newsmen and guests who were allowed to observe the proceedings at the Important annual function of state heads of government. Mrs. George Wallace, wife of the Alabama Governor, had six security men surrounding her when she ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

I ^ THURSDAY, JUNE 15| 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 Author Mead Says Enjoy Life a Bit CPL Making Plans For Nuclear Plant NEW YORK i Au- thor Shepherd Mead hasn't found the fountain of youth, but he does have what he thinks is a pretty good substitute. He calls his method "staying medium-young," and he tells how to go about doing this in his witty, 14th book, "How To Stay Medium-Young Practically For- ever Without Really Trying " As he points out in the slim volume: "Would you like a change in your life? Want a whole new outlook'.' Remember, it doesn't matter if you get gray in the hair. What you're trying to avoid is getting gray in the head." "You might say the book is one man's statement beyond 30," Mead, who is 57, said in an interview "Beyond that it is a kind of a cry that we are not going to live forever. That we may only have a few years left, so let's enjoy life a bit. "I don't mean lie down in the gutter and take drugs, but I do mean you should ask yourself if what yo...

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

" f*. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 PHARMACY TOPICS If a temporary loss of hearing is accompanied by dizziness, nausea, or popping or roaring sounds, see a doctor — these could be symptoms of perma- nent deafness. * * * Paul Revere, the famous equestrian, was also a prac- ticing dentist who occasionally carved false teeth out of ivory. * * * In general, chemical tanning pareparations are safe to use, providing the user isn't sensi- tive to ingredients in these products. * * * The so-called "grapefruit" diet, in which heavy consump- tion of grapefruit is supposed to dissolve body fat, is considered pure nonsense by medical auth- orities. * * Even though successful ex- periments have been conducted in immunizing animals against syphilis, health experts say that much work remains before a vaccine for humans is devel- oped. * * * A Detroit scientist found in a test series that bone fractures healed better and faster when certain preparations containing zinc were ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 15 June 1972

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

I Mexico's Valley Farms WASHINGTON — Rep. Jim Wright (D-Tex.) said here that once-fertile valleys of Mexico are being ecologically des- troyed because the United States is permitting salt-contaminated waters to flow into them. Wright said that the reper- cussions are beyond the agri- cultural stage — they are also political. "Farm and student groups nave engaged in demonstra- tions against their own govern- ment officials for their failure to achieve rectification from the U.S.," Wright said. The United States agreed in 1944 to deliver a minimum of 1.5 million acre feet of water annually to Mexico from the Colorado River, which flows through both countires. Inl9Gl, U.S. interests in the area of the Wellton - Mohawk irrigation project in Arizona began draw- ing heavy concentrations of salt from the subterranean area. "To prevent the harmful mineral from endangering agri- cultural lands in our own coun- try, the U.S., authorities divert- ed these brackish waters and conveyed them by c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

I J - RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO TEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 25 Thursday June 22, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas tell it like it IS. • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Francisco Garza re-elected top KC The dreams of many cattlemen in this area will soon become a reality as two sales yards have begun con- struction of the two new businesses in the area. One of the sales yards will be located just past the H and H Drive In theatre on FM 755 and the other one will be located on FM 755 in front of J.O. Moss' Ranch. The latter will have a 40-50 thousand dollar restaur- ant-steak house and club to be operated by John Caro of this community. We want to congratulate the many people involved in this new construction — we all know that 70 per cent of the cattle sold in Valley sales yards come from Starr, Zapata and the rest of the surrounding counties. * * * * The school board meeting in its regular meeting Tuesday night conducted routine business matt...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

r ' ■ ' - - "I™' ♦** THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Jack Nicholson: MRS. BASS INSPECTS HER HOMEMADE RUG WORKING ON ONE OF HER MANY PROJECTS., Slow-Pitch league play... The Slow-Pitch League has organized and will open play Fri- day June 23. The league contest of four teams, Firestone, Volunteer Firemen, the Jaycees and the Le Baron Barons. Gametimes will be first game: 6:15 p.m. and second game at 7:30 p.m. The schedule will be: FIRST HALF June 23 Jaycees vs. LeBaron Barons Firestone Vs. Firemen June 26 Le Baron Barons vs. Firestone Firemen vs. Jaycees June 28 Firemen vs. Le Baron Barons Firestone vs. Jaycees June 30 Le Baron Barons vs. Jaycees Firemen vs. Firestone July 3 Firestone vs. Le Baron Barons Jaycees vs. Firemen July 5 Le Baron Barons vs. Firemen Jaycees vs. Firestone July 7 Jaycees vs. Le Baron Barons Firestone vs. Firemen July 10 Le Baron Barons vs. Firestone Firemen vs. Jaycees July 12 Firemen vs. Le Baron Barons,, Firestone vs. Jaycees July 14 v L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

i i X i ~'i - ♦ \ I *- -1 - -j- i « SOMEBODY CARES COLUMBIA. S C. - Tackle John LeHeup and all other University of South Car- olina athletes will spend nine weeks this summer demonstra- ting to underpriviledged young- sters in the Columbia area that "somebody cares about them.' The program will be spon- sored by the Presbyterian churches in Columbia and the city recreation department. Le- Heup is from Tampa, Fla., where he worked in such a pro- j^nmuh^as^ THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 A THEATRE FRI-SW 6P.M.-FRI 3P.M. SAT. For All ii The World To ENJOY! WONDERFUL SONG HITS ALL CARTOON FEATURE ii ' #*' * • •' "iBF' k Escobar appointed to district board TECHNICOLOR* SUN.-MON. 3 P.M. SUNDAY 6P.M. MONDAY Keeps ' you hanging on the edge of your seat! ALiSTAIR Mac UEANs CHAN ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCEMENT—Mr. and Mrs. Harold Giss of Edinburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Lee, to James L. Van Nest, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Van Nest of Rio Grande City. She...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

Starr in justice grant by STDC... AUSTIN -- South Texas De- velopment Council, Laredo, was one of 2C regional and metro- politan area planning councils awarded criminal justice plan- ning grants for fiscal 1973 today by Governor Preston Smith. Amount was $20,000. The awards, totaling $793,718 will come from the Criminal Justice Council, which over- sees statewide law enforcement planning and administers funds from the U.S. Department of Justice for crime control pro- jects in Texas. The South Texas grant will be used in implementing action projects outlined in previous plans and in updating the com- prehensive five-year criminal justice plan for the four coun- ties of the South Texas State Planning Kegion. Major activities to be support- ed by the award include law enforcement training, improved communications, and establish- ment of closed circuit TV for the county jail. South Texas DC furnishes professional criminal justice planning services to each local governmental unit in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Senator LLOYD BENTSEN Reports SALT AGREEMENT In a recent editorial, a ia- tional newspaper cautioned the U.S. Senate to "Recognize that the stakes are high" "s it ex- amines the U.S. - Soviet Arms Limitation Treaty. The Treaty, one part of the Salt Agreement signed in Mos- cow, would limit the number of defensive missiles in each country. "It is not a treaty to be con- firmed in a fit of euphoria." the newspaper said, "if indeed it is a treaty that ought to be confirmed anytime during a Presidential Campaign." I firmly agree with the news- paper in that assessment. The defensive arms limitation trea- ty should certainly not be con- firmed by the Senate hastily, in the warm glow of post-summit good feelings. It should certain- ly not be approved without the closest scrutiny possible. LIMITS OFFENSIVE WEAPONS But this treaty is only part of the Salt Agreement. The other part is an Executive Agreement that deals with lim- itations on...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

Prescriptions Servi ice RIO PHARMACY b<,Call Is When \ou Need Ls" 601 E. 2nd 487-2711 Rio GraneGrande City 'Dedicated to Service1 CEBALLOS Funeral Home Thursday! june 22'. 1972 the rio grande herald page 6 Starr County 487-2544 Zenith Richard Ceballos Motorola GOMEZ Appliance Store Rio Grande City 487-3400 "For All Your Appliance Needs" Ifau 'Heed t&at '4 cuAat cue te 6ere " First State Bank and Trust Company Rio Grande City I Life-Fire-Bonds-Mexico Insurance For Everything You Care About... GARZA Insurance Agency Rio Grande City 414 E. Main 487-3552 487-2551 RIO PHARMACY — Bobby Gutierrez, owner and manager of Rio Pharmacy is shown filling up the shelves at his pharmacy located at 601 East 2nd Street here in Rio Grande City. Bobby a registered pharmacist offers his customers 24 hour service and some of the top lines on the market for gifts, personal needs and the best in drugs to fill your doctor's prescriptions. Rio Pharmacy, is presently undergoing some growing pains will ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

WHEN FURNITURE IS ON YOUR MIND- Laredo Furniture Distributors j Rio Grande City 300 E. Main 487-2440 Complete Supplier Zarsky Lumber Company Valley Inc. Rio Grande City 487-2561 i. t&at'b our (toy Plaza Fabrics Starr Plaza Shopping Center Rio Grande City rrSelling A Better Way To See The USA!" RIO Motors Inc. Rio (Grande Gty 1(M) H Main 187-25% rrFashions Not Trends M a at U of Starr Plaza 487-3828 THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 w ZARSKEY LUMBER — Pictured above is one of the businesses that will be featured on this page the remainder of the summer. The picture shows the Rio Grande City office of Zarsky Lumber Company Valley Inc. The lumber business is an ever increasing grow- ing business and Zarsky has kept up with the demands made by professional craftsman as well as the around-the-house handy man. Zarsky features paints, lumber, and a complete line of saws, hammars, nails, and the many other items that make for a good sound stock of building supplies. Z...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

CLOSED SATURDAY—SALE STARTS SUNDAY 10 A.M. TO 10P.M. CLOSED SATURDAY—SALE START- DOLL A EASY, EASY CREDIT I il I ■4PC.1 CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM 17 CU.FT. NO FROST REFRIGERATOR REG VINYL RECLINERS choice of colors CLEAN SWEEP PRICE REG $89.95 CLEAN SWEEP PRICE clean <100 0< SWEEP >399.95 price THIS IS TRULY r >4 METAL PA? COFFEE Ml) CANNISTER DECOR ASH KITCHEN SI 2 DECOR PI CANDY Dl SERVING T 3 PC.SALAD BATHROOM DECOR. FRU WE ARE "WINDINi YEAR IN OUR HIS OF LITERALLY >T HAVE BEEN MAR CLEARANCE! | EVERYTHING CLEAN SWEEP SALE! LIVING ROOM SWEEP 2-PC. SOFA BED VINYL SUITES. Diamond shape back. Walnut trim. 100" TRADITIONAL SOFA. Foam reversible cushions throughout. 7-PC. LIVING ROOM GROUP. Cush ioned sofa, 2 chairs, 3 tables, 2 lamps. 3-PC. ALL FOAM CONTEMPORARY SET. Sofa, 2 comfortable chairs. ODD SOFA BEDS. Available only in two colors. A few. ♦-PC. ALL FOAM QUILTED NYLON FRIEZE 4-PC. SECTIONALS. FRENCH PROVINCIAL 2-PC. QUILT- ED LIVING ROOM SUITES. MEDITERRANEAN SOFA &...

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