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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1972 THE RIO HERALD PAGE 10 f | I 11 ■ H I I I J I 1 AUSTIN, Tex.--Property tax reform may be one of the big issues before the 1973 session of the Texas Legislature. This is the prediction of Tex- as Research League in a news- letter analyzing the subject. The property tax, notes TRL, is the largest source of reve- nue for support of the govern- ment in Texas. Collections ex- ceeded $1.4 billion in 1970 and rose $220 million between 1968 and 1970. . Recent federal and state court decisions holding public school finance systems based on locally-imposed property tax- es unconstitutional focused new attention on such taxation. The decisions stimulated interest of House and Senate commit- tees on extensive reforms. Criticism of the revenue source and proposals for re- form may center on these fac- tors as pointed up in the TRL study: * Administration is inequit- able. Different standards apply to different types of property. * There are too few profes- sionally-traine...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

<y i THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 11 Agri-News Cattle Marketings l'p . . . Cotton Production Report Due Aug. 12 . . . Farm Safety Week July 2D-31 . . . Milk Produc- tion Declines . . . Texas feedlot operators report intentions to market 1,208,000 cattle betwee 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 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 2,621,900 head and showed a 79 per cent occupancy. Nationwide, the trend for high- er production is also noted. Cattle feeders in a 23-state area plan to market about 7,184,000 head between now and Sept. 30. The anticipated marketings are nine per cent higher than those sold during the same period ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

THE RIO GRANI^ HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 12 NEW TWIRLERS — Leading the Rattler Band for 1972-73 will be these newly selected twirlers. They are (1 to r) Re- becca Rodriguez, Ginger Cummings, Marissa Gonzalez, head twirler; Diana Barrera, Magdalena Trevino, Rosa Villarreal and Zelda Cortez. They remind all band students that band practice begins Aug. 1 at 10 a.m. for the junior high and at 6:30 p.m. for the high school. |ti 8iiiit inimni>im numnni>^ Woman's Touch l>\ >lr>. Ida V Perez Home Demonstration Agent One In Five Are Spanish Descent "While keeping the hectic pace of operating a family, a homemaker frequently short- changes herself," Mrs. Ida A. Perez, Extension county home demonstration agent, said. Sketchy or infrequent facial cleansing will soon leave its mark. Deterioration from im- proper facial care is gradual and may go unnoticed for weeks. But the signs of paleness, dry- ness or blemishes will eventu- ally appear, according to Mrs. Ida A. Perez...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

g. i <■ The motel office where Hector Rios was shot NEsfl Front end of stolen pickup after crash THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 13 4-H Record Winners Set Victor Vlclnals, Winners of the 4-11 Club re- cord book judging were an- nounced Tuesday. Senior Division winners are Tonv Resendez, beef program; Maricela Montalvo, dress re- vue; Maria Elena Rodriguez, clothing program, and Ninal Salinas, conservation of natur- al resources. ■Junior division winners were I'eggy Lynch, dress revue; Velma Montalvo, foods and nu- trition; Jimmy L. Nye, beef program; Freddy Salinas, elec- tricity, Willie Rodriguez, horse program; Abel Rodriguez, Where bullets struck fleeing vehicle swine, and sheep. The winning record books will be judged in district competi- tion at Robstown on this Thurs- day. Attending that meeting as adult leaders will be Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Salinas and Mrs. Mark Guillen Sr. Judges of the record books In Starr County were Mrs. Hum- berto Garza, Mrs. Anton...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. JULY 27. 1972 PAGE 14 Ml ft;*': mm I "j r ;■ H M a A FIRST CLASS TITLE 1 TRIP— Above are photographs of some of the 300-odd young- sters from all over Starr County who visited the Gladys Porter Zoo iii Brownsville re- cently as part of their summer program. The children, from the first through the 8th grades, went in four buses, accompanied by 12 teachers and 12 aides. Miss Elma Rose Gonzalez, director of Federal Programs and Title I, said the children saw the animals at feeding time and were especially interested in the reptilian section. The Title 1 pro- gram schedules several such outings eacli summer in enable boys and girls from disad- vantaged backgrounds to supplement their learning experience in the classroom. "There are 334 enrolled in this summer program," one teacher said, "and when the trips are put on, they are all present." Many of the children had never been out of Starr County. At least 10 of the 8th graders had never left the immediat...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 27 July 1972

I J- I I ' I ■ I 1 i ■ ■ THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1972 PAGE 16 Agri-News Scattered showers have brought rains to all areas of the Valley, over the week and have slowed harvesting operations to a snail's pace, according to J. N. Brevard, in charge of the Harlingen Cotton Classing Of- fice. The local office of the USDA's Agricultural Marketing Service reports 7522 samples classed as of Friday July 21, 1972, compared to 7716 as of this date last year. Grades showed a slight im- provement with SLM compris- ing 35 per cent of the total classed, up 7 per cent from last week. Other major categories were MID, 8 per cent; LM. 15 per cent; and SLM I.t Sp, 28 per cent. Three per cent was reduced in grade because of bark or grass content, down from 9 per cent last week. Staple length showed an increase with 92 per cent sta- pling 34 and longer as com- pared to 75 per cent the pre- ceeding week. Seven per cent stapled 33. Mirronaire readings also im- proved slightly with 91 per c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

' RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS W Vol. XXI No. 31 Thursday August -4,^1972 It io (>ran<le City, Texas People with a purpose... sixth of a series... Summer teaching takes special dedication Summer school came to a close this week for many teachers, aides and students participating in the Title I and Migrant Summer Programs un- der Mrs. Elma Rose Gonzalez, Director of Federal Projects. The Migrant Program, direc- ted by Eliseo Mireles, Coordi- nator of Migrant Programs, had 22 teachers, 24 aides and 408 students. The Title I program, with supervision by Sylvestre Rey- na and Mrs. Irma Pe?!a, had 10 teachers and 9 aides employed. 320 students attended the school. Many people wonder what prompts these teachers and students, after being in the classroom from August to May, to sign up for summer school and spend eight more weeks in the classroom. The reasons seem to be as numerous and as varied as the people who participate. Of co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 I I ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Balli Sr., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Esmeralda to Hugo Antonio Pena of McAllen son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodolfo Pena. The wedding will be sol- emnized August 11 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Garcias- ville at 6:15 p.m. Esmeralda attended Rio Grande City Schools and is a senior at Pan American University. The prospective groom is a graduate of McAllen schools and has received his BA degree from PAU. Cavazos-Escobar at Fort Worth confab Vocational Agriculture Teachers, some 1300 strong, will meet In Fort Worth. August 1-4, 1972, for the annual con- ference and in-service Educa- tion Workshop sponsored by the Agriculture Education Depart- ment, Texas Education Agency. Attending the four day in- service workshop from Rio Grande City will be Miguel A. Cavazos & Manuel M. Escobar. The Sheraton-Fort Worth Ho- tel will be the site for the meeting wh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

1" i. THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1972 THE SUMMER from page 1 Miller Smedley to jump on top of her desk. The children and teactiers do get attached to each other and rewarding experiences are had by all. Narciso A. Guerra, a teacher for 23 years from La Grulla, was especially pleased when one young man, described to him as a troublemaker, was very cooperative and produced such fine work in his Arts and Crafts class. Guerra says, "They learn by doing." For the Migrant students, who attend classes from 8:00 to 2: 00, their schedule includes oral language, science, social stud- ies, math, and arts and crafts. Title I students meet from 8:00 to 12:00 and attend language and remedial reading, math, and library classes. Bothprograms have swimming and PE classes daily, and safety is stressed. As Coordinator of Migrant Pro- grams, Eliseo Mireles stated, "If one life can be saved, the entire program has been worth- while." James Shafer, swim- ming instructor for the Mi- grant Program, feels that man...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

F ' THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 |y I ' [ j & j > 1 ■ J SI -' '• %wmm 4 "V < ,— f gS'■>; more we supply than just electricity LONDON WEDDING—Mr. and Mrs. R. Larner of Crystal Palace, London, England are pleased to announce the recent wedding of their daughter Sue to Gerald M. McCall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. McCall of Rio Grande City. The wedding was solemnized by Reverend Tennant at the Christ Church in Gipsy Hill, London on July 1. Following the wedding a reception was held at Kingwood Castle. The couple flew to Athens, Greece for their honeymoon. Sue and Gerald are both registered nurses. They will reside in London. Starr gins 513 bales The rain-slowed cotton har- vest is gaining momentum now with 33,476 bales ginned by Monday, July 31, according to the first weekly cotton report issued by the Valley Chamber of Commerce. Of that total, 12,516 bales were ginned in Cameron Coun- ty, 11,700 in Hidalgo, 8,747 in Willacy, and 513 in Starr Coun...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

■ " - 1 • <r -t i . 1: .-I. THURSDAY. AUGUST 3, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Foiks & Facts Rio Grande City teacher Rom- eo Lopez, 210 S. Nix, will attend a meeting of the TCTA State Board of Directors of the Tex- as Classroom Teachers Asso- ciation August 2, 3, and 6 at the Sheraton-Dallas Hotel in Dal- las. Lopez, a chemistry and phy- sics teachers at Rio Grande City High, is an elected Board member from TCTA District 1. He also serves as a mem- ber of the state TCTA Profes- sional Consultant Committee. The State Board of Directors is comprised of 50 members and represents some 40,000 members of the organization. It is the governing body of the Association between the annual conventions. * * I If IIIHIII1 Hi it mil 111 111 1I fit 111 Hit 11 Woman's Touch | b\ Mi>. Ida V Fern Home Demonstration Agent iiiiffiiiii; iii!mi niiniiin; HiHiig Pantsuits seem to be here to stay. "Women of all ages, interests and lifestyles consider pants a mainstay In their feminine wardrobe,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

I u I I I I Olga Irma-Jesus Homero recite wedding vows... Miss Olga Irma Gonzalez, daughter of Mrs. Maria C.Gon- zalez of Brownsville and Mr. Eleno Gonzalez of Corpus Christi, became the bride of Jesus Homero Rivera, son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis Rivera of 408 North Texas St., Rio Gran- de City on May 13th. at 8:15 p.m. The double-ring formal candlelight ceremony was per- formed by Rev. John Gerard Castro, O.M.I, at the Saint Jo- seph's Catholic Church. The altar and church were decorated with large arrange- ments of yellow gladioli and white mums. Candelabrum holding lighted pews of the church were decorated with a single pew marker holding one large candle and decorated with a single stem of yellow glad- oli, greenery and pastel yellow satin ribbon. A program of tra- ditional wedding music was pre- sented by Miss DianeCisneros, organist, cousin of the bride, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 ONE-STOP MEMBER SANBORN'S Travel Service _ Fairway Center - McAllen - Phone...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

V - . V. I 1 I . ka * J THURSDAY. AUGUST 3. 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 JFK's Policies Reviewed ROTC Takipg Applications Colli War ami Counterrevolu- tion; The foreign Policy of John F. Kennedy, by Richard J. Walton, pp. 250, Viking, 1972 Reviewed by Neil V. McNeil, Northwestern University, Me- dlll School of Journalism One of the stranger conceits of a democracy—or at least of this one—is that only in con- trolled countries like Soviet Russia or Maoist China is his- tory re-written. Perhaps it is a little more obvious in three countries, with the Soviet en- cyclopedia making ready new volumes when some farmer here becomes an unperson or the party line changes. Yet one needs only to look at the growing bibliography of what is called historiography to know It happens in democracies such as ours, just as surely. One has only to attend a histor- ians' convention or just read of the fights there about histor- ical interpretations, to know that it happens here, too. The New History...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

THUR8DAY." AUGUST 3.1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD page a Hatch Act Door Opens Washington a three-judge panel has cracked open the door to partisan poll- tics by federal employes, but the workers have to wait for a Supreme Court ruling before they cross any campaign thre- sholds. In the 2-1 ruling Monday, the panel held that provisions of the Hatch Act which ban parti- san politics by Federal workers are "impermissibly vague and over-broad," and violate the free-speech clause of the 1st Amendment. And while the judges said the 2.7 million federal employes should be allowed to engage in partisan politics, they left open just what limits should exists. The court did not touch on the auestion of whether fpderal em- ployes may seeK elective office. The court, composed of two federal district judges and an appeals court judge, ordered the U.S. Civil Service Commis- sion to halt enforcement of th.o provisions. But the decision is being held in abeyance pending a review by the Supreme Court. I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

.-f .1. -i • K HALL ■MH 4 , u Built IPIS 11 it ill Ml. -r G C l*22H i • ." £• .. •; -ft KC HALL — Pictured above are the two Knights of Columbus Halls that have served the DeSaules Council 2597 over the past five decades. The first one pictured is the Knights of Columbus Hall that served as a public school back when Lino Perez Jr. was a child. Perez is now the State Deputy for the entire Knights of Columbus organization of the state of Texas. The highest post in the state organization. Later the building burned and was rebuild. This Friday night members of the catholic men's organization will celebrate the addition of it's new wing pictured in the lower photo. The members are Invited to attend along with two couples as guests and dance and celebrate with the music of La Herencia of Corpus Christi. The KCs will be holding another dance open to the public on August 24 with Sonny and the Sunliners. Pictured above are: Lino Perez, state de- puty, Francisco Garza, local grand knight and ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

m ■' 0^ FROZEN FOODS COFFEE RING "™ 88< ni 7 7 A TOTINO'S (SAUSAGE, HAMBURGER, CHEESE) / II LLF\ 14 OZ. FAMILY SIZE O/V ORANGE JUICE ~...—4-99< ORANGE JUICE ~ «*.«. 2 " 98< I FLOUR"'" . . .25 IB $1.69 DETERGENT'™ 59< TIDE""'1"'" ioLB.iioz. $2.49 MRS. TUCKER OIL „oz 49< SPRAY STARCH n ai 59t CHICKEN FLAVOR"ED"""T „uc.J0< FRISKIES DINNERS S LB BAG 69^. RAINBO CINNAMON ROLLS SEVEN STEAK SHOULDER STEAK r FOR PRESCRIPTIONS VIVA TOWELS TRUCK-LOAD OF SCHOOL SUPPLIES HAS ARRIVED. SHOP EARLY SHEAFFER WITH FREE REFILL BALL-POINWEN SL....LUE 2 for $1.00 SPRAY DEODORANT """ "".r?"?*. 39< TOOTHPASTE"1"" sp. ,u £L„«50< ROLL PKG. FOR 49 < liMl SHAMPOO OR RINSE > 89< HAIR COLOR '""0 """" $1.29 M VITAMINS ™E",^*" M ,o.w,TK }o free $4.49 COTTON SWABS J.4 ! 400"S 1.65 VALUE 79C BABY SHAMPOO 7 OZ. $1.09 VALUE 59< BABY POWDERJ4JMOz.$,.w value 98< M VITAMINS THERA^N COTTON SWABS141 BABY SHAMPOO'41 BABY POWDER'4 J 100 WITH 30 FREE KRAFT JELLY (APPLE-GRAPE- APPLE-STRA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

FRYERS 24 4 QT. FOR I 2 GALLON 12 OZ 12 OZ. BOX $1.00 39< IOC 29< 4™" $1.00 ",r. 49< 39< 98< 3™jl.00 JUL 4B 01. 99(! 20 OZ i OZ. CHUCK STEAK BEEF BRISKET RIB LB. BONELESS ENGLISH CUT 99^ PORK CHOPS "' lB 894 PORK STEAK ,78* TURKEY ROAST .T, 99< TURKEY DRUMSTICKS "mM.T .48* SMOKIES"" • « 694 BACON " .59* CHORIZO.ui""cbT 3 ™ $1.00 MARGARINE E !"5 .194 ARMOUR'S ALABAMA GIRL OR GREEN BEAUTY PICKLES QT. \ v aisle after aisle of super. GARBAGE BAGS 2-*.v PILLSBURY FLOUR fyt*. >tv A V • GLAD M, NESCAFE INSTANT 10 OZ ; GOOD: VAL-U-KART # WWffWfWWfW % HARDWARE _ - • • • ' <?S 2 '• f FOLGER'S COFFEE GOOD VAL-U-MART 8 LB BAG CIRCULAR SAW WATER HOSE ELECTRIC 6 CUP PERCULATOR BLACK AND DECKER 71 4" NO 7301 CORONET 1/2" 60 FEET (RED) $19.99 $2.65 $2.99 4c- v?-:-. 4:-. /?••• /0 S.v. tifi.v.fiC'A'.'i itV ; ^ A f WAICRIEN NATION'S No I PH «N CISTS DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Ca// 46/ 2504 For Your Discount Prescription " Lino Perez 111 - Registered Pharmacis...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 August 1972

., A Study Of Political Life Parties, the Real Opportun- ity for Effective Citizen Poli- tics, by John S. Saloma III and Frederick H. Sontag, pp. xix, 390, sv, Knopf, 1972 Reviewed by Neil V. McNeil, Director, Medill News Service Any book must be suspect which is dedicated a.c this one is "To the man and women of America — potentially the most gifted politicans of them all," and which begins: "For a decade American politics has been gripped by a sense of frus- tration and helplessness . . . There is at the same time a need of anticipation in the coun- try, an expectancy, a restless searching, even a deep yearn- ing for some issue, some lead- er, some catalyist that will ef- fect a new snythesis, a new real- ity in political and governmental performance." To begin with, you know it is overwritten and probably underthoughtout if it starts off this way. And you somehow get the feeling you are about to be sold — or at least that someone is about to try to sell you . . . something, maybe...

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