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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THURSDAY^ JULY 13. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Road Signs, Pavement Markings Explained Texas Leads In Catlle Industry AUSTIN -- A straight line Isn't the shortest distance be- tween two points —if it's paint- ed white or yellow and it's on a Texas highway. New "symbol" signs and pavement markings have been adopted by the Texas Highway Commission from the revised "Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices" released by the Federal Highway Adminis- tration. In many cases, symbols, shapes an'! colors have been substituted for words. It is hoped that this will give the message to motorists at a glance and remove language barriers. The new symbol signs that will replace the old word signs are pretty self-explanatory. For example, the new school sign will be shaped like a schoolhouse and will contain black silhouettes of two chil- dren on a yellow background. The new pavement markings are not as dramatic looking, but are equally important. There is an easy way to re- member them: Yel...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

139 *Wa£g*ee*c4i (lofwMOVt a(lofW>cn ? BABY POWDER ECONOMY SIZE REG. 1.29 LARGE SIZE REG. 1.49 LARGE SIZE -REG. 1.29 F utow FOR PRESCRIPTIONS SECRET ANTI-PERSPIRANT 3 OZ. Spray KG. W COLGATE or LIFELINE Vvf. v TOOTHBRUSHES^ 39 < i TRY IT. WE THINKYOU'LL LIKE US. TOOTHPASTE _/ ! "2F 'aiaaway. ^ r]:/itMawcu) REG. OR MINT 7 OZ. REG. 1.09 BABY OIL 3 PHILLIPS MILK OF MAGNESIA - 691 $ BABY LOTION 1 f ^ u SATIN BEAUTY 09 HAIR SPRAY PHILLIPS. 111.K om M*9N <! BABY SHAMPOO 1 TABLETS LARGE SIZE 1.29 59 so 12 OZ. REG. 79 PROTECTIVE SHAVE ONE-SIZE REG. 1.00 M, better than napkins i i ) better than tampons ▼ i because you never have to change V V more thanjwice a day. - 119 I more than twice a day. NEET LOTION HAIR REMOVER 4 OZ. REG. 98' 59k POLAROID COLOR PAK PANTY HOSE 00 AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR #v ,<y <v * P • • « • - *•# <? <* jjr V 25 LBS. .. .t- '• • " 'THE ' JUG' ' • • COLD DUCK ,AQUES B0NET 5th $1.79 * y CONCORD WINEM0GAN DAVI° $1.33 I •. •. f WHISKEY old crow sth$3.99...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY , 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE When you spend one| dollar some where else you actually help them grow bigger... why not spend one dollar locally and help us grow a little bit 9 ' I ¥ * 4 U (Courtesy of The Rio Grande Herald in cooperation with the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce) -V -I

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

the rio grande herald $ i n> <* -If m -I Thursday; july 13; 1972 page 13 Solon's Firm Skips Audits Battle Rages Over Iron Enrichments In Foods AUSTIN, Tex. state Insurance has iiceuac.u < agency owned The Department title insurance by Rep. W. S. Heatly of Paducah each year since 1968, although records show Heatly has never obeyed an audit requirement designed to keep agents honest. Heatly claims the audit is not mandatory—an assertion dis- puted by insurance department officia Is. Until March 27, Heatly was chairman of the House Appro- priations Committee, which holds a big stick over the de- partment's budget. He also is a member of the House Insurance Committee. Only Heatly-of the 547 title agents in Texas—lias been per- mitted to skip the annual audit required by law of all title in- surance agents, acknowledged Ira Goodrich, head of the insur- ance department's title section. Goodrich indicated he feared Heatly— if crossed— might sabo- tage the Texas Title Insurance Act...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

RIO GRANDE HERALD, RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972 PAGE 14 _ A • New Directions For American AgncuLture Editor's Note: Last year the then Agriculture Secretary set up what was called the "Young Executive's Committee" of staffers in his department to review the "farm income" question. The group has come up with a report—which the De- partment is now stressing re- presents the views of its mem- bers, not necessarily those of the Department itself. But even so, it has been attacked, so strongly that one Democratic Representative reports that one of his GOP colleagues has called for "the dismissal of the 15 young executives" who wrote the report. (The Democrat would allow them "probation.") The National farmer's Union president calls it a "rehash of the policies of former Secre- tary of Agriculture Ezra Taft Benson"—perhaps the most disliked (among farmers) of Agriculture Secretaries in re- cent memory. In any case, the report is almost sure to be an issue in the upcomin...

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

■ 4. | ~t V 4 •J - * . - - - RIG GRANDE HERALD . RIO GRANDE CITY, THURSDAY, J ULY 13. 1972 Page 15 Two-Part Dove Season Set; Hunting Into January Now Legal Notice AUSTIN — For the first time, the state will have not only a two zone hunting season for mourning doves but a split-season as well - and hunt- ers will lie able to shoot mourn- ing doves in January. The Texas Parks and Wild- life Department voted the chan- ges Thursday during two-day hearings. The white-winged dove season also was changed - this time to three consecutive days in- stead of the two weekend half- day shoots. They still are for only half-days. Bag limits on lx>th white- wings and mourning doves are unchanged - 10 a day of each and 20 of each in possession. THE FAMILY LAWYER Mi, ssmg /■'ails Two w itnesses swore that Harry was the mail w lui had robbed the supermarket, and a jury loum! hint guilty of the crime. Not until alter the verdict did Harry's law- yer find out that two other wit- nesses had told polic...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972 PAGE 16 ...Look Out! ® a 3. ...Going, Going, Derby Tough Work Following six months of train- ing, a broken wrist and multiple cuts and bruises, Raquel Welch has completed filming MGM's Kansas City Bomber," action- drama in which she plays a super-competitive R oiler Games skater. An ad for the film bills her as "The Hottest Thing On Wheels." "It should say, The Sorest Thing On Wheels'," Ra- quel moans, confessing that she's not the athletic type. Yet she insisted on doing her own skating for the movie , as de- monstrated by the accompany- ing photos showing her being wiped out by actress Helena Kalllaniotes. Helena, the tough- talking hitchlker from "Five Easy Pieces," was a national figure skating champdurlngher high school days, while Raquel had not skated since grade school in San Diego, California. "One thing that attracted me to Kansas City Bomber'," says America's sex goddess, who purchased and personally de- veloped the property, ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

RIO GRANDE HERALD, RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS. THURSDAY. JULY 13, 1972 PAGE 17 7 " - J (* ■4 •v •*> 4 FARMS from page 14 would be reduced to a "disaster price" level for feed grain crops and what, and to zero for all other crop^. Comments and recommenda- tions concerning other pro- grams .... Farm Credit. In concert with the objective to assure adequate supplies of food and fiber, the Nation must see that the credit needs of the farm sector are met. Private lend- ers, along with the Farm Credit System, should be capable of providing these credit needs. The Farm Credit System should continue to compete for funds in the money markets; their bonds should remain uninsured by the Federal Government, and their loans should be free of any in- terest subsidy to the borrow- ers. The Emergency Loan Pro- gram . . . needs to be contin- ued. The Committee recom- mends elimination of the Farm Ownership Loan and Farm Op- eration Loan programs and questions the need for subsi- dized soil and water l...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

New Road Signs rEye Catching ' AUSTIN — Although the "new look" in highway signs is not as revolutionary as the miniskirt — Texas Highway Department engineers hope it will be as eye- catching. In many cases, symbols, shapes and colors are substit- uted for words. It is hoped that this will give the message to ONE-STOP MEMBER SANBORN'S Travel Service __ Fairway Center - McAllen - Phone MU2-3401 travel service Planning a Caribbean cruise? A trip to Europe . . . Mexico ...Hawaii? You can compare them all under one roof at au' office! We're ogenti for steamship airlines, hotels, sightseeing companies, through jt the world. POSITIVE. .SAFE PeitConlkU RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL Call Diracf Or Cellect ■ Day Or Night | spiNimo | 3834621 "Free Estimates Without Obligation' ESPARZA PEST COHTROL Serving The Vellev Since IWO" at the advance we have a good thing going-- so why don't you come with us we think you'll enjoy it! Come visit us with us for things of fashion... things of excellence... (U...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 13 July 1972

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

THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 I I If if ft 1111 i i I If ft i 1111111 ti i 1111111 i 11 i I i 11 Woman's Touch b\ Mrs. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent np i iii)iiniiiilllllll)liiiiiiiim iimiifl "Outdoor vegetable cookery promises exciting and flavor- ful dishes with just a little know-how and planning," Mrs. Ida A. Perez, Extension county Home demonstration agent, re- minded. In enthusiasm for grilling steaks, hamburgers, chicken and other meats, Mrs. Perez said people tend to overlook vegetables, which are import- ant for rounding out a meal's nutritional value. "Fresh vegetables rank as most popular for patio meals," she noted. "Especially green and yellow ones, valued most for their vitamin A content." Green and yellow vegetables also furnish hearty amounts of vitamin C and iron, plus some B vitamins. A few of these vegetables supply calcium. According to Mrs. Perez, vitamin A is linked with the co- lor of the vegetable's leaves. Vitamin A supplies in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

I f ! i «> t « RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI 29 Thursday July 20, 1 f>72 Itio (>rnnde City, Texas RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR tell it like it Court battles always cost money, hip: money and sometimes they even cost friendships . ..in this par- ticular one, they cost a commissioner's court post . . . the loser was J.M. Longoria. Despite all the one-sided rulings by Judge (?) O.P. Carrillo, Hector Lozano was declared the winner in the race for commissioner from precinct three . . . When we first endorsed Lozano we told you that Lo- zano was change and we did not discount the fact that Lozano was being groomed for the post by the now fractured party, but that Lozano was change ... he is young, has fresh ideas and he'll even get on the gra- ders to do some of the streets .. . work is no stranger to Lozano . . . being dragged into court to prove something the people already know is not his bag . . . he's a winne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GHANDE HERALD PAGE 2 r J 0 ffsjv "• • AUCKLAND MEDALS STRUCK AUCKLAND, N Z Medals commemorating the murder by Maoris of French explorer Marion du Kresne on June 12. 1772. are being struck by the Aucklan I Numismatic Society. Du Fresne and some of his crew were killed in the Bay of Islands for infringing sacred Maori rites and undermining the power of local chiefs. The medals 10 gold. 200 sil- ver and 300 copper depict Du Fresno's murder, and his two ships. Mascarina and the Mar- quis de Castries. $96 MILLION PROJECT SYDNEY - The state government has before it a plan to build an 11-mile private rail- way through a string of north- ern seaside suburbs between Pittwater and Manly The scheme estimated to cost $96 million provides for a major transport terminal at Manly Manly which extends from the ocean to Sydney Harbor, already has a steamer harbor ferry service to the city The railway, mainly under- ground. would take commuters to and from the Manly fer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 i. ' ' v *'■ \\ Screwworm Epidemic Increases MISSION — The southwest screwworm epidemic edged past the 20,000 mark two weeks ago, the Mission Lab reported recently. The biggest gain was, as usual, in Texas where 3,518 cases were verified. Worms were found in 15 new counties ranging from Mata- gorda on the south to Collings- worth and Armstrong in the pan- handle, raising the total for 1972 to 182 counties which have harbored the flesh-eating in- sect to date. With Texas' total alone stand- ing at 24,615 for the year two local meetings have been called by county agricultural agents in order to inform livestock producers about plans for fight- ing the fly in the future and what needs to be done now to assist in the current conflagra- tion. The screwworm was active in other states, too, last week. Arizona had 49 more cases, now has 295 for the year. RODRIGUEZ AT RANGE—The eighteenth annual Range Camp for outstanding 4-H and FFA boys ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

1 THURSDAY. JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Noelia-Mario exchange marriage vows Miss Maria Noelia Hinojosa became the bride of Mario E. Ramirez Jr. in a double ring ceremony at the Immaculate Conception Church on Friday, June 9, at 5:00 p.m. The Rev- erend Dan Schuckenbrock, O. M.I. celebrated the Nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raul Hinojosa of Rio Grande City. Dr. and Mrs. Mario E. Ramirez of Ro- ma are parents of the bride- groom. Forming the background for the exchange of wedding vows were pedestal arrangements of white gladiolis and stock on Grecian columns flanking the tabernacle. On each side of the altar were tall classic can- delabras richly entwined with English ivy with 7 light votive candles. Family pews were marked with white stain bows and streamers of ivy. Joaquin Fernandez, organist, provided the prelude music in addition to playing the proces- sional and recessional. He accompanied Mrs. Eudecio Garcia, soloist, who sange "Ave Maria...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

Thursday; july 20,1972 the rio grande herald page 5 4. * THE OLD AND NEW — Mayor J.C. Guerra, just elected to of- fice in 1953 was making the first call on the dail telephone when General first came of the then 'new'dail system. This was the system of systems in 1953. You didn't have to listen to the oper- ator any more. Friday Guerra, still mayor, is pictured making the first 'touch-tone' DDD call from Rorna. Roma has again been chosen as the experimental site for the new computerized system of systems. PAU Receives Federal Grant Pan American University has received a $35,000 federal grant to Install a major program to Improve public transportation across the United States, and is setting up an operation which will name 15 student interns who will receive $250 stipends each semester. Dr. Carl Rush of the business faculty will be director of the program which will get into full operation in September. Stephen W. Pelphrey, also of the business faculty, will be the project director. T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 \jJme'iiea DOOR TO NEW CAREERS OPENED -- Equipped with new skills and knowledge aimed at helping them enhance their value in the job market, these graduates of a special federally funded training program at Texas Tech University are ready to go to work as public school teacher aides. The program is one of only two such college-connected programs in the nation. It is aimed basically at preparing personnel for new careers in social and rehabilitation services as teacher aides in public schools and other para-professional positions related to care and guidance of children, particularly among minority races. Shown, from left, are Elizabeth Ann Dickens of Rio Grande City, Norma Santoscoy and Amalia Serna, both of Brownsville. Not shown is Steve Gonzalez, also from Rio Grande City. (Herald Photo) The 44tli Annual State Conven- tion of the Texas Future Farm- ers of America got under way July 12 at the Dallas Memorial Auditorium, in Dalla...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 20 July 1972

People with a purpose... fourth in a series. THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 1 Zac and George...two busy people... ) ■v -1". * ! . I - -I - „ i "We're both busy at some- thing all the time," stated Mrs. George R. Boyle. She and her husband own and manage the historical Hotel Ringgold in Rio Grande City, and are ac- tive members of the commun- ity. Zac is known for her Garden Club work. A member since 1941, she has been president of the Mission and Rio Grande City Garden Clubs and was named as a Life Members of the Executive Board for Dis- trict 6. She attends many sym- posiums and teaches garden club schools, as she is a na- tionally accredited instructor in flower show schools. She received the first Judging certi- ficate in the Valley and also holds a Master's certificate. In 1948 she served as Director of the Valley District of Texas Garden Clubs. She keeps on hand anything that might be useful in creating an arrange- ment. She says, "Anything lying around mi...

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

I I 1 I Prescriptions Servi rice RIO PHARMACY 'Call I s When Vou INeed I s" 601 E. 2nd 487-2711 Rio GraneGrande City "Dedicated to Service" CEBALLOS Funeral Home Starr County 487-2544 Richard Ceballos Zenith Motorola GOMEZ Appliance Store Rio Grande City 487-3400 "For All Your Appliance Needs" Life-Fire-Bonds-Mexico Insurance For Everything You Care About... GARZA Insurance Agency Rio Grande City 414 E. Main 487-3552 lOfan Ifocc *7tee<l 'JiiencC 'd uduzt ove'ie here far " First State Bank and Trust Company Rio Grar. lz Q fry 437=2551 THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 il * FIRST ANNIVERSARY — Arnoldo Zarate, store manager, and salesmen Greg Barrera Jr., Simon Garza cut the cake as the Le Baron Shop prepares to celebrate their first anniversary of business. LeBaron Shop which is owned and operated by Martin Garza Jr., is one of the 14 businesses located at Starr Plaza Shopping Center. Le Baron Shop specializes in quality top name brand clothing, for men. Le Baron...

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