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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 if oiks & Facts '*■ • .<•1 4 i Ft. Bragg, N.C. — Raul Te- ran, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Teran, 1500 N. Washing- ton, Rio Grande City, recently was promoted to Army Special- ist Four while serving with the 82nd Airborne Division at Ft. Bragg, N.C. Spec. Teran is a rifleman in Company C, 1st Battalion of the division's 508th Infantry. He entered the army last July, completed basic training at Ft. Ord, Calif., and was last sta- tioned at Ft. Bennlng, Ga. The Specialist is a 1971 grad- uate of Rio Grande City High School. Activated in August 1917, the 82nd Airborne Division parti- cipated in three major offen- sives in World War I. The renowned Sgt. Alvin C. York served under its colors. As the nation's first airborne division, the 'All American' fought from Sicily to Central Europe in World War II. Divi- sion members earned three medals of honor. The Division's 3rd Brigade was deployed to Vietnam in February 1908. The Brig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

YOU WANT FOOD SAVINGS? WEHflVEEM! tuito Pie w PRODUCE VO1 10 LB. BAG . JUMBO ROIL strwg-absorbed ■TOWELS! NICE SIZE PKG FROZEN FOODS FROSTY ACRES waffles 6 PREBAKED 5 OZ. PKG. PEPPERIDGE FARM 3 layer cake < FISHER BOY fish sticks 8 OZ. FOR SEVEN BONE OR SHOULDER ROAST (USDA GOOD) LB. HAMBURGER MEAT t EXTRA LEAN STEAK PROTEN BEEF JAX beer THROW AWAY BOTTLE $ to Cats jelly BRISKET PROTEN BEEF END CUT LB. LB. i HARDWARE ^ ELECTRO-POWER BATTERIES (AT LOW FACTORY-TO-YOU PRICES) 12 VOLT 24 MONTH GUARANTTEE.. 12 VOLT 36 MONTH GUARANTEE . SWIFT PREMIUM BOLOGNA SWIFT PREMIUM SMOKIES 12 OZ. PKG. EACH SWIFT PREMIUM 12 OZ. PKG. Mount Your Own LEES TIRES And Save Big Money" (nstiA SWIFT PREMIUM MEN'S PANTS REG. 12.00 BOLOGNA 6 OZ. FOR BY TEXSON BOY'S PANTS REG 8.00 MEN'S JUMP SUITS $ SWIFT PREMIUM BACON SMALL LB. CHEESE SPREAD (BORDEN'S PIMENTO) 8 OZ. TUB SHIRTS $■' 'Ms FROM GET YOUR KODAK FILM HERE . * ? Star-Kist OHU'VII.TZJ in spring EACH A DISCOUNT FAMILY NT DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTION! Call 44...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

Sprite ftrnutu\oL Is! * ' Bouardee All r'liivt fl «*;•? Botiardee ^chMM Pizza GOLDEN JERSEY 1/2 GAL DEL MONTE AS5T FLAVORS GT. SIZE KING SIZE DEL MONTE FAMILY SIZE n 20 02 2 LB. BAG IVO&jxjz&KA. TUSSY SPRAY DEODORANT FOR PRESCRIPTIONS SI. jOitrit ^ MEXSANA POWDER f 12 1/2 OZ. SIZE < < NORFORMS FEMININE HYGIENE SUPPOSITORIES 125 GARDEN CLUB (RED PLUM. STRAWBERRY. GRAPE POWELL'S < 99 BABY ASPIRINS •i 25 CLOSE-UP TOOTHPASTE MEDIUM SIZE 3 OZ MYADEC VITAMINS BOTTLE OF 100 WITH 30 FREE 199 '3? VALUABLE COUPON 0060ft86 SAVE pRELL SHAMPOO " Gulf FAMILY SIZE II S OZ : SprQ | 39 < SIZE "'™ ™IS COUPON GOOD ONIV *T V/ITH COUPON New Sentry Lock-Cap _4- - irt. .il.'iv-Mi g _T > "= )0v ,;Jv. ,iv'. v.-.. ;/M Gulf OFF f R EtPiRFS NO 21/2 CAN IES rou price's) .88 PLUS DEPOSIT | 188 PLUS DEPOSIT! IreftJj Milk Cocoa Fruit Juice Zest Soap Crisco Oil Starch Wesson Oil ^MSTJOSEPH |U V Jw-—r?/ ASPIRIW FOR CHILDREN 3-$l.00 * NESTLE 1V« Br. Dos* 2 LB BIG TEX GRAPE 46 OZ. EASY-On SPEED ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

& ■L. > •"; ™ . € * % i "W • • . >, • - v 4 - • ' v. / ... > ♦ , i . ' ► %-r%. -• . ^ _ . V * «• * - ^ w — «•* ■>--* ' % . V, i ► V NEW SALES YARD — Chester and Earl Cotter have this piece of land north on Farm to Market Road 755 under construction for a new stock yard. The Cotters have the Valley Stock Yards in Mercedes and have just recently announced the construction of the one here in Rio Grande City. The sales yard is located on the Hinojosa Brothers property and will be constructed to work under the principals of Brazilian and Agentinian designs. Another sales yard to begin construction soon will be an- nounced sometime next week. Legal Notice CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: JOSE RAUL A VILA, Defendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court of Starr County at the Courthouse thereof, in Rio Grande City, Texas, by filing a written an- swer at or before 10 o'clock A. M. of the first Monday next after the ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

IDAY 10A.M. TO 10 P.M. IEEP CHOICE CLOSED SATURDAY—SALE STARTS SUHDAY 10 A.M. TO 10lP.Nf. c «■> uo easy, easy credit i PLANTS •>1 UP" THE GREATEST QRY! TAKE ADVANTAGE USANDS OF ITEMS THAT ID FOR IMMEDIATE is reduced! 51 WASHER & DRYER PAIR $3470° THIS IS TRULY pi CORNER SLEEP GROUP MAKES INTO 2 TWIN BEDS ^ $188 GROUP OF MEDITERRANEAN LIVING ROOM TABLES 72 CLEAN SWEEP PRICE REG $429.90 REG.$119.95 sweep PRICE CLEAN SWEEP SALE! DINETTE SWEEP ' 5 pc chrome dinette 7 PC. BRONZE OR CHROME SETS. Table. 6 sturdy chairs. 9-PC. LARGE CHROME FAMILY SETS. Design table, 8 sturdy chairs. GROUP OF RECTANGULAR & OVAL 7 PC. DINETTE SETS 5 PC. EMBOSSED DINETTES Available in three colors. 7 PC CHROME HIGHLIGHTED SET Elegant table, 6 quilted chairs 9 PC. SELF EDGED WOODTONES. Choice of 2 colors, extra large. CARPET SWEEP ELECTRONIC SWEEP APPLIANCE SWEEP reg, 49.95 $36. REG. $ 79.95 $57 mr UP TO 9159.95 in W' reg. 189.95 $148. m" GROUP OF THROW RUGS. Assort ed discontinued samples 8Y2 x 1...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 * STATE OLYMPICS ENTRIES— Left to right Mario Lopez, Roberto Lopez, Judith Marks, Howard Dannhaus, Roel Flores and Evelia Rocha. ' ' ,1 " * ' ; V! * zaBs ' :r$gt j m •• SSEBSK^' xmmm f ■ Kf.ny BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS— Left to right-Evelia Roch 300 Yd. Run. Mario Lopez, High Jump and Roberto Lopez, 300 Yd. Run Weeklong A Echeverria Satisfied LOS ANGELES Mex- ican President Luis Echeverria returns home today satisfied, he says, with his weeklong tour of tii9 United States. He wound it up Tuesday with a strong plea for free trade, warning the United States and other countries against building any "Great Wall of China" around themselves. Heading home, he planned first to stop in Mexirali to ex- plain to formers the agreement he reached with President Nix- on over desalinlzition of the "olorado River. Salt in the riv- has ruined some fiirmlands in Baja California. When a newsman asked him in Los Angeles how he felt about his U.S. trip, h...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 22. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 At Pan A m I f FUTURE BLEAK IN BASKETBALL ■ y TED STONE The Pan American University basketball Uroncs haven't got a roster for next season yet, according to Jirn McKone, sports information director for the school, and of the 13 players listed on the team last year, only four have not graduated, transferred or lieen suspended from the team. The Broncs, who compiled a record of 17 wins and seven los- ses last season lost three team members to graduation, three to suspension, two transferring, one who is not decided about coming back and have only four who appear to be definitely re- turning to the team for the 1972- 73 season. The three seniors who gra- duated were starting guard Kirk Brown and two reserves, guard Stan Dane and forward Dick Tate. Three players, including the two top scorers for the team were suspended during the course of the season. Booker Gervin, sometime referred to as the "sixth man" because he did not start re...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

' From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer How much do you know about your own teeth? If you're like most people, some of the an- swers to these questions on dental health will surprise you. Go ahead! Test yourself with this brief dental health quiz, prepared by ";he Texas State Department of Health. 1. What are the two most common kinds of dental di- sease? 2. What causes these two den- tal diseases? 3. True or False: Most peo- ple are bound to have tooth de- cay no matter what they do. 4. True or False: Once a toothache has stopped hurting, the decay has healed itself and no longer needs professional treatment. 0. Most people lose their teeth naturally by the age of; a) G5; b) 55; c)40; d) 35; e) 15. G. True or False: Brushing your teeth two or three times a day, with the right toothpaste, is all you have to do to prevent dental disease. 7. When should an adult make his first visit to the dentist? a) when he has a toothache, b) When a tooth becomes loose, c) When g...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

i - - I I - -t l _ { THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 AMA Considers Doctors Union The American Medical Associ- ation has before it for the first time moasures asking whether a doctor should join a union that would Inrgain collectively about fee-5 and working condi- tions and possibly strike to back its demands. The proposals seek only tc crcflte study commissions to determine the legal ramifica- tions of physicians' unions. But their presence for consid- eration 'oday or Wednesday by the AMA's governing House of Delegates reflects a new, mili- tant movement among doctors that elates some physicians and frightens others. The AMA House's action on the measures, some Physicians feel, could have an important effect on medical care and doc- tors' relationships with patients a few years from now. In March, 30 Las Vegas, Nev., doctors formed what they PHARMACY TOPICS Telling others what is best for their own good is the world's least needed busi- ness. * * * * We're re...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Fight To Release Info Won By Oklahoma Paper An Oklahoma City newspaper has won a victory in its fight to gain access to Army records of units involved in the My Lai massacre in Vietnam. The Army's decision to re- lease previously withheld record on My Lai came in re- sponse to an appeal by the Daily Oklahoman and was hailed by two freedoms of in- formation organizations as a breakthrough on behalf of the public's free access to govern- ment information. The Army, in a reverasl which may have a wide-ranging effect on future Army classi- fication and censorship, or- dered the full morning reports of three inftntry companies and an aviation company in- volved in My Lai released to the Daily Oklahoman. The Daily Okianoman had a[v pealed the censorship con- cerning the 1958 My Lai in- cident, which involved 401 sepa- rate items ranging from lulled in action to AWOLs. The May mn'M LAGUNA RANCH fresh vegetables FARM FRESH green beans B£...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 22 June 1972

I CPL Inks Contract KC MALI, — The Knights of Columbus Hall nears Its completion as newly re-elected Francisco Garza and member Lauro Lopez inspect the brick that will be used to finish up the doubling of the space for the KC hall. Garza said that he expects the hall to be com- pleted by early July. Plans are in the making for an initiation dance to celebrate the new addition to the hall. CentivJ Power and Light Company has signed a contract with the University of Corpus Christi for a comphshensl/e e- eological study of the Laguna Madre and Oso Bay near 1 h lite of CPL's Barney M. Davis Power Station. The research proje<l, whi v'.U get started about thfc middle of June, will be under the dir- ction of Dr. Henry Hildebrand professor of biology at UCC. Scott Murray and David King will be research associates 011 the project. Also participating are Robert Harraghy, biology student at UCC, and Mrs. Eli- zabeth Branch, marine biology graduate of the University of Washington. The study ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

L t- RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 26 Thursday June 2<>, 1972 liio (>rande Texas U.S. judges rule Iiaugers took sides in Slarr labor strikes A three-judge federal panel Monday ruled that Texas Ran- gers used selective enforce- ment of state laws to take sides in the 1966-C7 Starr County farm workers dispute. The panel declared uncon- stitutional five Texas laws used primarily in labor disputes. U.S. Dlst. Judges John R. Brown and Woodrow Seals of Houston and Reynaldo Garza of Brownsville made the rulings. The laws ruled unconstitu- tional were the antimass picket- ing statutes, secondary strike and secondary boycott law, breach of the peace, abusive language and unlawful assem- bly. A challenged statute on ob- structing public streets was tell it like it IS. • • a e/o RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR The Rio Grande City School Board according to one of the board members discussed in executive session a suit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

f THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 New Designers, ./View; Fashions BLESSING OF NEW CHURCH — The blessing of a new Catholic Church will be held on July 4 at 5 p.m. at Falcon Heights according to Rev. P. Severino Varona, O.M.I. The blessing will be conducted by Bishop for the Catholic Diocese John J. Fitzpatrick. The public is invited to the function. The new spirit in fashion design seems to be the re- sult of an interesting, and unexpected, switch. Formerly only a few cou- ture designers issued firm dictates on what should be worn, with most women fol- lowing, and sometimes with disastrous effects. Then, something hap- pened. Youth began to rebel against the imposed rules and regulations of dress. They began to create their own styles. At the same time, many young designers were trying to create a more contempo- rary expression in clothing. Both designers and wearers were rejecting the estab- lished order of things. Things haven't been the same since. So strong w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

THURSDAY', JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 * } i ( * I * l- I : • * m m 2 • #3 • : ::::i : :::::: • #« SHOWER FETES ELIA — A bridal shower honoring Miss Elia Perez daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Perez formerly of Rio Grande City and now of McAllen was sponsored by Mrs. Rob- berto Hlnojosa and Mrs. Fermin Gonzalez. Miss Perez is the bride-elect of Navyman Charles Z. Rodgers of Ogden, Iowa, he is presently serving with the Navy in Houston. The wedding will be solemnized in McAllen on the evening of August 5 at 6 p.m. Approximately 75 guests attended the shower. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) COURT RECORDS JUSTICE OF THE PEACE B.S. LOPEZ Cresencio Siller, no drivers license, $18. Ruben L. Ramirez, no driver's license, $18. Carman Naranjo, disregarded Stop sign, $18. Rodolfo Rosas, no driver's license, open Jose Avila Jr., speeding, 85/05 mph zone, $27.50 Cleofas Castillo, over registered weight; $27.50 Jose S. Castillo, over registered weight; $27.50 Julio Salazar, leaving th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

More Adoptions by Single Persons o I! 1 1 ■ The story accompanying the toddler's photo reaii " Ricky is an active little bundle, plays with plastic cars, loves choco- late pudding and would be a welcome addition to your home." This was how one New Jersey newspaper campaigned to find homes for youngsters who were up for adoption, but were hard to place because they were han- dicapped. Negro, or children of mixed parentage. Adoptions of these children are becoming more frequent to day because many social agen- cies have expanded their hori- zons to a heretofore unexplored field—the single parent. A telephone check by the In- stitute of I.ife Insurance showed that many city, state and private agencies are placing "hard-to- place" children in homes of bachelors, single women, widows and divorced men and women The practice, which was never illegal but just "unheard of." officially started in 1965 in Cali- fornia That year, the California State Department of Social Wel- fare revised its a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

;s'f / I I ' THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 0 I •;.<< • K I.on N. Mathis, retired Air Force senior master sergeant, has been named business manager of The Rio Grande Herald and its associated newspapers. Mathis, who will be 39 on July 4, served more than 21 years with the Air Force, principally in purchas- ing and contract negotiations at air bases around the world. Af- ter his retirement on June 1, Mathis moved to Edinburg. He will concentrate on all business aspects of the Hidalgo Newspaper operation, lie is a younger brother of James V. Mathis, pub- lisher. (Herald Photo) TRAFGER — Mike Root, a page in the Texas House of Representatives, delivers an im- portant piece of legislation to Representative John Traeger of Seguln. Mike, 13, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.N. Root of Corpus Christi. Traeger attends senate seminar Representative John Trae- ger, state senator-elect from Seguin, visited with the Senate administrative staff for a two day seminar earlier...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

r li THURSDAY'. JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 U.S. Urged To Buy Controversial Land Young Moderns WASHINGTON — The Federal government Is being urged by three Southwest senators, In- cluding Sen. Lloyd Bentsen (D- Tex), to buy a 480,000-acre northern New Mexico ranch, part of disputed territory which Mexican-Americans have long claimed In the Spanish land- grant controversy. The bill calls for the U.S. to spend an estimated $26.5 mil- lion to buy the Vermejo Ranch which extends into Colorado tor the establishment of a public park, game preserve and re- creational area. Sen. Joseph M. Montoya (D- N.M.), the only Spanish-sur- narned U.S. Senator, told a Sen- ate Agriculture subcommittee, looking Into acquisition of the land, that the ranch, now for sale, "would help right an old wrong and alleviate a strained situation." The ranch, known as Vermejo Park, would be opened up to Mexican-American livestock raisers for grazing if the U.S. Forest Serv ice gained control of the ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

THURSDAY-, JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 OPENING LLJ SOON t TRI-COUNTY STOCKYARD We are proud to announce the forth coming opening of your TRI-COUNTY STOCKYARD; here to serve Starr, Hidalgo and Zapata Counties. We have felt for quite some time now that your community does need and can support a mod- ern up-to-date facility to market your livestock. LETTER TO OUR FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS We have deeply sympathized with the stockmen of this area in having to haul their livestock such great distances to market. Therefore we were determined to do something about correcting this condition at the earliest possible date, and as you can see we were the first to step forward with this service to the stockman. A few individuals with monev & power could have done something about this in the past but were reluctant to do so until they felt their own personal financial inter- est was being jeopardized, then they come forward with the same idea of sup- posed assistance. we welcome...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 29 June 1972

THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 EASY, EASY CREDIT NOW INPROGRESS CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM 17 CU. NO FROST REFRIGERATOR REG. CLEAN (AAA S399.95 SS *iLL VINYL RECLINERS CHOICE OF COLORS CLEAN SWEEP PRICE CLEAN SWEEP REG $89.95 $169.95 PR'CE THIS IS TRULY DOLLAR METAL PATIO COFFEE MUG- CANNISTER SE DECOR ASM KITCHEN SINK 2 DECOR PICTj CANDY DISKSf SERVING TRA 3 PC.SALAD S BATHROOM S DECOR. FRUIT! WE ARE "WINDING YEAR IN OUR HIST OF LITERALLY THO HAVE BEEN MARKE CLEARANCE! EVERYTHING CLEAN SWEEP SALE! LIVING ROOM SWEEP 2*C SOFA BED VINYL SUITES Diamond shape back. Walnut trim. 100" TRADITIONAL SOFA. Foam rwartibla cushions throughout lfC LIVING ROOM GROUP Cu«h ionad sofi, 2 chairs. 3 tabias. 2 lamps. WC. 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 & CHAIR Luxurious Mating comfort FRENCH...

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