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

y 4- Jm- ' — -I. WHEN FURNITURE IS ON YOUR MIND- Laredo Furniture Distributors Rio Grande City 300 E. Main 487-2440 Complete Supplier* Zarsky Lumber Company Valley Inc. Rio Grande City 187-2561 'pafrt ccd 'Pa&uct afriicd t/uit 'd <XUl Plaza Fabrics Starr I'laza Shopping Center Kio Grande Citv rSelling A Better If ay 1 o See The USA!" RIO Motors Inc. Rio (^rantk' Qty 1001! Main 487-2596 rrFashions Not Trends " M a (ft u of Starr Plaza 487-3828 THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 INFORMED CONSUMER "Resale price fixing," "re- sale price maintenance" and "vertical price fixing" all re- fer to the practice of a manu- facturer fixing the price at which his product is to be sold at the various levels of distri- bution. In Texas it is a violation of our antitrust law for two or more people to agree to fix or maintain the sales price of an item. Fair trade laws are an ex- ception to this general rule, but Texas is one state which has never enacted a "fair trade" statu...

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

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

on Better Foq&s chuck steak - .6* BRISKET-'.' .39' RIBS""""" -69' SOFT DRINKS CAN SPRITE-FANTA DR. PEPPER ASSORTED FLAVOR 47< ALABAMA GIRL DILLS PICKLES WHOLE QT RADIO CITY CENTER $49i 8-TRACK one-time only stereo player rca 6 transistor RADIO sound sign cassette TAPE-PLAYER l-hour HIGHLANDER TAPE westinghouse solid state RADIO f^v>- KRAFT MUSTARD i lb. 9 01. jar MONTE 18 OZ. JARS ^'\ HESTEA ^ J TALL '•*9\ 301 JAR 100% TEA LARGE 22 OZ J>ILLSBURY| FLOUR 2SLB £ DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER BATH SIZE DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Call 4d7-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez III ■ Registered Pharmacist Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop Lino Canalet Jr General Manager Rio Grind* City *« " ''«■ Shopping Center ONLY AT VAL-U-MART NATION'S Mo I LIGHT BEEF SIRLOIN or ROUND STEAK ,9? CHUCK ROASTBl,DE CUT USM GW,° ,.59' USDA GOOD SEVEN or SHOULDER ROAST. 88' CHORIZO NCHE J lb 33' BACON SWEE,""HE" lb 59< BOLOGNA ,^,68' POLISH SAUSAGE"" u $1.19 HAM™." 3 LB CAN $2.99 EGGS 47< CHEESE SPREAD 0 39...

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

THURSDAY, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD 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 I c ► U t (Courtesy of The Rio Grande Herald in cooperation with the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce)

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

■ I • * y * * - ^ • - u * • • « > THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Teaching Tots To Swim May Save Their Lives "I wanted Christopher to learn to swim and enjoy the water be- fore he was old enough to real- ize that I'm afraid of It," ex- plains Mrs. Davis Byrne of 10003 Floyd Drive. "So much of a child's atti- tude toward water is instilled in him by his parents." Christopher is enrolled in the infant swim class at The Uni- versity of Texas. There, chil- dren from six months to two and one-half years learn to swim under the direction of Miss Rosemary Slacks, assistant professor of physical instruc- tion. "At the infant level our pri- mary goal is to make the baby water-safe," says Miss Slacks. "if he falls into a swimming pool he will probably be only a couple of body lengths from the side at most, so we teach the babies to swim to the side of the pool and hold on." "We use the term 'swim' loosely," she explains. "The ability to swim a recognizable stroke on t...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1972 THE IUO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 NOELIA-MARIO MARRIAGE from page 4 coat ensemble of navy blue and white double knit complemented with a white orchid corsage. Her accessories were white. The bride graduated from Rio Grande City High School and Incarnate Word College in San Antonio with a B.S. in Nursing. The groom graduated from Rio Grande City High School and from the University of Notre Dame. He will enter St. Mary's School of Law in San Antonio in the Fall. The couples makes their temporary home in Roma and will move to San Antonio in September. Pre-nuptial courtesies includ- ed a Cocktail Party at the Fair- way Motel in McAllen hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Dario Guerra, Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Cardenas, CHAIN LINK FENCE OR WOOD FENCING FREE RESIDENTIAL ESTIMATES COMMERCIAL CALL COLLECT VALLEY WIDE SERVICE SERVING ALL OF STARR COUNTY CALL COLLECT TODAY! ™ 1516 North Texas Weslaco, Texas 78596 512-968-8424 ONE-STOP MfMBft /#<rn iXv* SANBORN'S Travel Service Fairway Cen...

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

1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 * mA f- - ?• N 4 4 THURSDAY, JULY 20 af AUSTIN — Parks and Wild- life Commissioners presented Texans twin surprises witli the announcement of the purchase of beachfront property in Jef- ferson County for development as the state's second largest park and a decision to buy the controversial, long-debated Mustang Island property in Nu- ces County for another beach park. The Jefferson County purchase of 14,360 acres includes a five and a half mile waterway to the beachfront with a vast saltwater marsh inland. The $2,154,000 purchase lies due south of Port Arthur and stretches from the intracoastal waterway to the Gulf of Mexico. Palo Duro State Park, in the Panhandle near Canyon and Amarillo, still holds its rank- ing as biggest of the state parks with 15,103 acres. The Mustang Island purchase, delayed by court wrangles for nearly two and a half years, if no new stumbling blocks sud- denly appear, will cost about $600,000 less than the original $4.2 m...

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

THURSDAY, JULY 2o', 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 CITY from page 6 000 Mexican-American pupils, encouraged and supported by Gutierrez, boycotted schools in a move that has led to a com- plete Me<ican-American takeo- ver of Crystal City school and city administrations. It was the beginning of Texas' Raza Unida Party, which now is campaigning for the governorship and other state and local offices. And it was the beginning of what is still, more than two years later, the most emotion- al, polarizing period here since Mexican-Americans first won complete control of the city council in 1963, only to lose it in 1965. 'If people don't wake up (to effects of Razi Unida), we'll lie worse than in a state of Com- munism," says Jack Ware, one of the party's staunchest oppo- nents. He disagrees with Gutierrez and other Raza Unida leaders who contend Mexican-Ameri- cans have been suppressed by the Anglos here. "When you have a county like this, 85 per cent Mexican- American and three or f...

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

4 i. •jl -- * | - * I «• - to , - * I *7 THURSDAY, JULY 20, J972 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 Foiks Facts Grant Will Aid PAU Freshmen USS CONSTELLATION — Navy Petty Officer Third Class Gen- try H. Gateley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H. Gateley of Falcon Heights, Tex., has returned to San Diego aboard the aircraft carrier USS Constellation after a nine-month deployment to the Western Pacific. During the deployment his ship provided air support to U. S. forces in Southeast Asia, and visited Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and the Republic of the Philippines. * * * USS CONSTELLATION — Navy Petty Officer First Class Lloyd R. Staggs Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R. Staggs of Del- inita, Tex., has returned to San Diego aboard the aircraft car- rier USS Constellation after a nine-month deployment to the Western Pacific. During the deployment his ship provided air support to U.S. forces in Southeast Asia, and visited Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan and the Republic of the Philippines. * + * SAN DIEG...

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

B ■v Figures In Police Probe Local authorities have been asked by the police from Guadalajara, Mex., to assist in the Identification of a man found slain there last month. Tentatively identified ' : as Trinidad Rocha Jr., about 28, the man was found dead June 6 with 40 bullet wounds in his body. Mexican police believe the man might have been from Texas and going under an assumed name. Martha Zavala, 25, identified as the slain man's girl friend, has been missing since his death as is $500,000 Rocha reportedly had with him. THURSDAY. JULY 20. 1972 THE RIO GLASS from page 16 that ...Inimize serious personal injury. So, homebuilders can now make use of the same safety glass which has been used in the automobile Industry for years." Reports from the safety glass industry indicate an Increasing demand for tempered safety glass by individuals, manufac- turers and agencies. For ex- ample, the Federal Housing Ad- ministration is so convinced of the benefits of safety glass that it now requi...

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

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

CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports aw <1 ^^ryirirwiri-H WASHINGTON, D. C. — No matter who wins the presiden- tial election in November and regardless of the margin of vic- tory, many Americans will con- tinue to feel that any Presi- dent should be limited to serv- ing only one term, probably of six years. I think the people should have the right to make a decision on this important matter. There- fore, I plan to introduce next year a resolution proposing a constitutional amendment to this effect. At present, of course, service in the Presidency is limited under the Constitution (as amended) to two four-year terms. It is interesting to note that during the Constitutional Con- vention of 1787 the most heated and prolonged debate came over the question of finding a satis- factory method of electing the President. After more than CO ballots had been taken, the four-year term with no restriction on re- election was approved. This solution obviously was a compromise between conven- t...

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

-% * • * i • t. <4 T . v.. • RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS VoJ. XXI No. 30 Thursday July 27. I*>72 Hio (>rande City, Texas End Of A Bloody Trail This Is the cab of the pickup stolen by Solis, blood stained and bullet torn, after U.S. Customs and Roma police exchanged gunfire with Soils, who creashed over the international bridge at high speed, shot a Roma motel clerk and took a Roma wo- man hostage. (Photographs by Raul Trejo) MORE PHOTOS ON PAGE 13 Starr Average Family Income Less Than Half Texas Average This tiny gun killed four people Saturday night as Jose Angel Soils made his way from Cerralvo to Roma, spreading death In his wake. (Photograph by Raul Trejo) . i * « j j i t t t t * * ♦. * > ' * .* . • ' ■ ' * ! Average family income in Starr County in 1909 was $3,593, less than one half the $8,490 average for the state, the Bureau of the Census has re- ported. Per capita income in Starr County amounted to $1,123, t...

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

THE RIO GRUNDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 2 Garza-Guerra Are Married Miss Maria del Carmen Gar- za of Rio Grande City and Ro- gerio Guerra of McAllen were united in marriage Saturday, July 1, at 7 p.m. in ail impres- sive double-ring ceremony per- formed by the Reverend Jose Aratibel, O.M.I, in the Imma- culate Conception Church. The bride is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Octavio A. Garza. The bridegoom is the son of Mrs. Arcadio Guerra and the late Mr. Guerra of Mc- Allen. Floor baskets holding massive arrangements of white stock and chrysanthemums were placed on both sides of the tab- ernacle. Similar arrangements and lighted votive candles in 11-branch candelabras flanked the nuptial area. The reserved pews were marked with white satin ribbons and small bou- quets of white flowers and ivy. The organist, Mrs. Alejan- dro G. Rodriguez of Laredo, played traditional wedding mus- ic including the Bridal Chorus from "Lehengrin". Mr. Jose Trejo, soloist, of Laredo, pre- jec...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 I I ]• i Virginia Gail Margo, Charles J. Holman Are Wed In Church Ceremony _ PAGE 3 ^\t v Miss Virginia Gail Margobe- came the bride of Charles J, Homan in a flouble-rinE cere- mony at the Immaculate Con- ception Church in Rio Grande City. Father Dan Schucken- brock solemnized the rights at 7 p.m. July 22nd. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso V. Margo of Rio Grande City. The bride- groom is the son of Earl Ho- man of Janesville, Wis. and Mrs. John Karman of Madison, Wis. Large arrangements of white gladiolas, stocks, carnations and pompon chrysanthemums decorated the altar. Two white candelabra, decorated with lil- ies of the valley, blanked the kneeling bench. Placed on Gre- cian pillars throughout the re- mainder of the altar space were large arrangements of the same type as the other arrangements. The family pews were marked with bows of white net and lilies of the valley. Mrs. D.L. Munsell played theme from "Love Story...

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

THE Rid GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 4 Jaycees to Honor coaching staff The Rio Grande City Jaycees will hold a stag barbecue for the new school coaching staff this Friday at 7:30 P.M. at the Jaycee Club House. J.D. Villarreal, Jaycee pre- sident, said that the new coach, Eliseo, two assistants, George Gomez and Roel Maldonado, and Athletic Director Ernesto Vela will be honored. Villarreal said that mem- bers of the public who wish to attend the barbecue may con- tact either he, Ovidio Pena or Sam Rainos for tickets. CHAIN LINK FENCE OR WOOD FENCING FREE RESIDENTIAL ESTIMATES COMMERCIAL CALL COLLECT VALLEY WIDE SERVICE SERVING ALL OF STARR COUNTY CALL COLLECT TODAY! w 1516 North Texas Weslaco, Texas 7859G 512-968-8424 ONE-STOP MCMM* SANBORN'S Travel Service Fairway Center - McAllen - Phone MU2-3401 travel service Plonmng o Conbb«on crvi «? A trip to Europe Mtiico Howon? You con comport oil under on# roof ot OU' offfC#' W r« ogtnti for • t*omikip o<rtinri hotcli, ligM...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 5 A Weekly Report Of Agri Business News armcast Compiled From Sources Of The Texas Department of Agriculture John C. White, Commissioner Cattle Marketings Up ... Cotton Production Report Due Aug. 12... Farm Safety Week July 25-31 . . Milk Production Declines . . . Texas feedlot operators report intentions to market 1,208,000 cattle between now and Sept 30. This would be 19 per cent more than marketed during the same period last year. Cattle being fed for slaughter in the state totaled 2,119,000 as of July 1. This is 25 per cent above the 1,700,000 head on feed a year earlier. In the state there are 283 feedlots with a capacity of 1,000 head or more. Of these, 205 reported cattle on feed July 1, while the other 78 reported their feedlots as empty. Capacity for all 283 large feedlots totaled 2,621,950 head and showed a 79 per cent occupancy. Nationwide, the trend for higher production is also noted. Cattle feeders in a 23-state area p...

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

THE' RIO GRAJIDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE G in? I I 1 i!1 THE WILD LIFE MAN BRYAN ROBINSON Santa Vna National Wildlife Refuge Din Macomb is a technical representative for a chemical company, and I am a wildlife conservationist, and IXin and 1 are friends. Not just business courtesy friends, but real friends, because we respect each others viewpoint on pesticides. Dan makes his living from selling and advising on use of pesticides, and you would assume that his viewpoint would be very narrow ami always in favor of lavish use of the pesticides which he sells. Hut it is not--Dan believes in strict controls both on pesticide sales and on those using them. When I first met Dan I thought to myself, "Here we go a- gain'" I'll have to admit that I was a bit narrow minded about pesticides, because I have seen improper use of pesticides cause so many problems in the wildlife world. After talking to Dan, however, 1 realized tliat there are many people in the pest- icide business tha...

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

! Sheriff Election Contest Proceeds What looks like a long drawn out trial to determine the win- ner of the Starr County sheriff's race got underway here this week. Judge O. P. Carillo was pre- siding in district court, with Ramon Alvarez and Chema Al- varez each represented by a battery of attorneys. The attorneys, with the judge looking on, recounted the bal- lots on Monday, and arrived at the same 2925 to 2910 count set by the Democratic Executive Committee in its second can- vass of the votes in the hotly contested race. The trial starts from that point -- the ten vote difference — and proceeds through num- erous challenges. Ramon Alva- rez has challenged 54 of the votes listed for his opponent. Chema's attorneys are chal- lenging G1 of those who presum- ably voted for Ramon Alvarez, who was appointed sheriff after Dr. Rene Solis resigned, and is presently in that position. Also, attorneys for Chema Alvarez have a list of 48 people they claim are not residents of Starr County, y...

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

■Xi J i * M i' \t VAL-U-MART COUPON DAYS COUPON PRICES GOOD FROM THURS. JULY 27- WED. AUGUST 3 WITH | Si HUNT'S j (I KETCH | p!| 2°K- I m • - |GOOD: VAL-U-HART CURITY DISPOSABLE ■DIAPERS! & mm DAYTIME 30"S OR TODDLER 24*S WITH COUPON Strong Clairol FINAL NET Lustre Creme HAIR SPRAY Glee m II TOOTHPASTE Cashmere Bouquet POWDER 99c Reg. 899 33v Family 59( Giant Size 39< HEAD & SHOULDERS SHAMP000 Lotion 3.G oz. Jar 2.4 oz Tube 2.7 oz. DETERGENT PUNCH m < KLEENEX TOWELS JUMBO ROLLS FOR GOLD TIP CARROTS BEETS PORK & BEANS PEAS HOMINY NO. 303 CANS EACH 10 GIANT SIZE DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIXES $< FOR FROZEN FOODS BOY-AR-DEE PIZZA < O p,"a Proten Beef CHARCOAL STEAK Proten Beef RIB STEAK ' ■'••• Proten Beef CHUCK STEAK ... Proten Beef Centes_£irt BRISKET GROUND CHUCK.. EG63 POUND CAKE 69< Surci Lee BUTTER STREUSEL COFFEE CAKE 99< SLICED STRAWBERRIES T^. 10oZ.pkg. 25< PIES y.oy:V\^s. 48 oz. 88< AWAKE .B*d.s.T. 9 „z. 39C MORTON'S DINNERS 49< Mrs. Tuckers ST...

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