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

1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Voters Question Minority Parties AUSTIN, Tex. - Texas voters hope to find out this week just which political candi- dates will l>e on their Nov. 7 general election Hot. Everybody knows the Demo- cratic and Republican candi- dates will l>e there, from presi- dent down to public weigher. But what alxjut the candi- dates of the American Party, La Raza Unida, the Socialist workers Party, and the New Party? These are all legally formed political parties and have filed an intention to qualify for the November lnllot with Secretary of State Bob Bullock. This gen- erally means each must present petitions with about 23,- 000 signatures of qm lifted vot- ers who did not vote in either the Republican and Democratic: primaries. Bullock, as chief elections of- ficer of the state, and his staff will have to decide, probably HOT Summer Weather is here! Let us Service Your Home Air-Conditioner NOW!! Include*: Checking Entire Sysiem; fo...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 August 1972

(VD FROM PAGE 13) norrhea but shows no symp- toms of the disease is a par- ticular problem. Congress has allotted $16 million, of which $2 million is coming to Texas, in a bid to track down these as- ymptomatic females with go- norrhea d and get them started on treatment. Owen claims that expanded surveillance through improved screening partly accounts for the fact that gonorrhea cases in Dallas County increised from 7,347to 8,554 in the first half of this year compared with last. He thinks more than one-fourth of cases— the rational aver- age—are reported though. "Reporting is more effective than it has ever been before in Dallas County," he said. "But the big danger is that go- norrhea is asymptomatic in the female— she feels no pain, has no symptoms, gets no treat- ment, and therefore remains as a reservoir of continuous in- fection." Owen said the new mass screening program aims at ex- amining all women of child- bearing age, say from 15 to 44. Alreadv family planning clin- ics,...

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

I - • t . ^ * Come See Us! That's What We're . . ji psq flA fsrai y. □ TSirt >• 1 C3 m —r- ; i Here For fc M" Furniture See Us 300 E. MAIN RIO GRANDE cm 7 THURSDAY. AUGUST 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 POR CHARLES SOMtf. RABANITOS lO HD Plfe KKo 0A2AM • •• ^ot£>P|£N**> EhOORMtR dCURAAlCH- DOOtf& \j£2? EN DORMIP VO 6lEAAPLEAAENT£ CUPWvO. HO pltN^o -^7 rE6~tffe HA QENPO?, \.v r.-v£S^- ■ •••ft- L-OiDv MACIENDO \ ON D0JJO PEA' ) U6"lA . - X SC HO AAA£ AB6TW- Gone^ PARA ML., C " J I5v P ^L At4i "TlE/ME5 ONA MO- JEP AEAfeADA DE l£- VAHIAP... TAL CPAAOES y //to IPELO- v ' > / TA 4 IDE '<*• * £ ^ ' \<v • ,vo PP06A81XMEN1E sf EOE ElOTAhDO HASTA aoiR) LA DO DEL MUNCO- pO^pE UN „ cMKP LA EM<X>NlRO. '? <■ A CZ2 ccJjy «■-' c, v ? /V V c v V } Q<)€ AfORTUMA- DOEREGT0/ Z3^ZZZ (J c WV7 - ^j>p f<)- ^ X 1 -m v / ) >y< /Ell/ 719/ hh\k \\(\L\\o Ifm. CIE DEL 07(20 UNDO DEL AAUNDO, AAAISQAMV AM Pf LOTA ' C ' y C / KP S?' & COAAUNteTA ACASO? ^ „ „...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 August 1972

THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas "We can't live on a budget!" Or is It that you don't want to? How else caxi you find out where your money goes or where it's taking you? A smart consum- er not only spends his money wisely, but plans his spending as well. Good money management con- siders the past, present, and future. Look at the past to see where your money goes as well as where it comes from. Keep an extra close check on spending for a month or more to determine your spending pat- terns. Then figure how much money is coming in. Your spendable income basically is your pay check. If you have cash income from other sources, such as di- vidends, interest, or rent, be sure to include it. Look at the present to check family needs and wants for which you can spend current income. First, list the things you need - your fixed expenses. This includes food, shelter (house payments, repairs, fur- niture, appliances, utilities), clothing (new, repairs), tax...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI 33 Thursday, August 17, lc>72 Itio (irundc City, Texas <! 4 ■ Back to School ■ ■ | Y>&: • :: IIS m % iPI 1| p 4 ■ ' i ^3fiWi-i! i. - ti.>5 t < - * . vr wa jy§HH Eager Response in the Search for Knowledge

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

31 1 b 2 E THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 2 t * T h ■ ■ f SALES YARD — The new stock yard tx-ing build on Farm to Market Road 755 just north of Rio Grande City has set their first primary date for opening at three weeks from this Friday. The new sales yard will be the most modern and the most unique sales yard in the United States. It features an automated system that would take hours to explain but a system that moves cattle in front of the buyers automatically. The buyers will seat in- side the main building pictured in background in air conditioned comfort and in specially manufactured executive chairs. Pictured above are Raul Hinojosa who provided the land for the new sales yard, Chester Cotter, owner of the entire operation, Merrill Snowden, auctioneer, and Guadalupe Aguirre, president of the company that constructed the auto- mated system for moving the cattle through the main building. The system was build in Reynosa after several American companies refu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

I THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY; AUGUST 17! 1972 PAGE i I I ! 4 « i n \ STARR COUNTY 4-H'er Wins at District — District 4-H Record Book Judging was held in Robstown on June 27. Starr County entered in eleven different junior and senior 4-H record book awards program and came home with a winner. Nina Salinas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fernando Salinas, submit- ted her record book in Natural Resources Conservation awards program receiving the top award and the priviledge of entering the record book for state competition in September. Other 4-H entries from Starr County are as follows: Junior Clothing -Peggy Lynch - Red Award; Junior Electricity - Freddie Sal- inas - Red Award; Junior Horse - Willie Rodriguez - Red Award; Junior Swine - Abel Rodriguez - Red Award; Junior Sheep Production - Victor Vicinaiz - White Award; Junior Foods and Nutrition - Velma Montalvo - Red Award; Junior Beef - James L. Nye - White Award; Senior Dress Revue - Maricela Montalvo; Senior Clothing - Maria Elena...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17^ 1972 PAGE 4 '1 i & ' I v\ sum mms DURAN EARNS AWARD — Noel R. Duran son of Mr. and Mrs. Efrain Duran has been awarded the highest marksmanship award by the U.S. Marine "Leatherneck' magazine for his marksmanship while in Marine Corps recruit depot in San Diego, California. Colonel C.E. Caudill, Duran's command- ing officer presented Duran with the award. Duran had to compete with G3 other men in the platoon in order to win the award and shot a score of 248 out of a possible 250 with his closes rival coming in with a 235. Duran attended Rio Grande City schools. (Herald photo) ROMA FFA -- The Roma chapter of the future Farmers of America was among the 23 FFA groups which received Cen- tral Power and l ight Company's Farm Electrification Award at the Area X Awards banquet in Kingsville recently. The chap- ter received an excellent rating and a plaque presented by Bruce Miller, CPL Director of Agricultural Development. Each winning chapter ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 5 • K * A-- *■ i -i- 5 "(■ i - \ m iwA <?>&■ ■M ■/ LE BARON SHOP — Ricky Hinojosa, one of the many starting linemen for the Rio Grande City Rattlers this year, is pictured here as he did a little back-to-school shopping between prac- tice and registrations. Ricky is just one of the fine young men that make up a good football team and a young man that appre- ciates fashion. That's why when he shops for clothing he shops locally and he shops at Le Baron Shop because he knows he not only deals with people that he trusts but also people that are truly interested in you. See LeBaron Shops' Back to School specials in this issue. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) itfiiifti iiiiiif # til 11 « i-ffiiiifiiiiiiiiii Woman's Touch b\ Mr>. Ida \ Perez Home Demonstration Agent H mmnnit lllff fit ttftlif tiff lift fflfr Durable press finishes have freed the homemaker from ironing drudgery. But how does she feel about her victory? Is she s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

r— . < i ii '!- I I i^f:' If I i 13 II 1 (1 I if; . ■ L School Is Happiness At Freedom High THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE C The "turned off' generation still is getting "turned on" at Freedom High School in Albu- querque. N M . which contin- ues to provide answer- for students questioning the value of a formal education Success of the unique school, moving into it- third year this fall, is indicated by its rapid growth. It- facilities, enrollment and statf have doubled It averaged about 100 students during the 1971-72 school vear The school's philosophy- making education relevant —is reflected in its name. The stu- dents are "free" to pursue their own educational inter- ests in an almost unlimited classroom —the city. Freedom High School, named by its first class, is more than a school to most of its students The facilities- two rent-free abandoned churches—provide a "home away from home" for teenag- ers who have been experienc- ing family, social or emotio...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAlf, AUGUST 17, 1972' PAGE 7 LI i C ■i. y v L * mjnx m 9m' i GETTING HEADY FOR BACK- TO-SCHOOL — Pretty Miss Sharon Anderson, 19-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Anderson is pictured in the beautiful surroundings of the Marnselle's Shoppe. Sharon who attends school at Blinn Junior College is preparing to return for her final year. While browsing through Marnselle's, Sharon found this attractive Marr-Tee Original to add to her back-to-school wardrobe. Back to school is no real hassle if you shop locally; you not only deal witii family friends but with people that are truly interested in your needs. Sharon then chose a Corinth Street by Nor- dis of Dallas while she flipped through the pages of a top fash- ion magazine. Top fashions are what you find at Marnselle's... look for their advertisement for more top quality fashions. (Herald photos by Raul Trejo) SAN DIEGO CALIF. — Seaman Recruit Ricardo Garcia son of Mr. and Mrs. Rodrigo Garcia Sr. of 1100 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

m h I I THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 8 h y Jl ! J uH i -s . 11 I I 1 II m Computer Careers Rely on Training The "cimiputer age" is caus- inu many hitrh school and col- lege graduates to look for post-graduate training to lit them fo!' positions as pro- grammer- and operators Kxpert- ill the tield warn, however, that while there are many opportunities for re- warding work here, the -ui- dent will do well to make cer- tain that the computer train- ing school lie selects is one thai truly meets hi~ require- ments. Computer systems analyst jobs will soar to about 42">.|MII) by lit ho. a r 1 >~:i per cent in- crease from a 1%!* level of IoO.ikni. Tlii> is the greatest percentage increase among occupational categories listed in a lfTl report h\ the I'.S. Bureau of l.at or Statis- tics. The need for programmers and computer operators is cxfiected to increase 125* |ier cent. a figure exceeded only by |iercentages for occupational therapists. sjieeeh pathoU*-...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

. r I. ft 1' jfr>nmTrm i >i i Ti8i5iiir«ininTmninnr 5mr{Tm inimmmnmnmBiim ROX-SANS — Yolanda Gavilan is just one of the pretty 'on to college campus crowd' that has been taking advantage of the Rox-Sans back-to-campus sale. Yolanda who will be a freshman student at Pan American Uni- versity this year chose this Jonathan Logan as she took time out from shopping to pose for the camera. Yolanda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gavilan. This week's issue is composed of back to school in- formation and back to school specials by local merchants... so shop locally and save time and money . . . Rox-Sans is a pretty good place to start. (Herald Photo by Raul Trejo) •" 4 ' mmset ■ V-V THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 9 ALVAREZ from pg 2 Alvarez was appointed to serve out the term of former Starr County Sheriff Rene A. Solis after Solis was jailed for thirty days for vote fraud. Solis' conviction disqualified him from serving in the office. Alvarez a veteran is...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 10 1% if | i it | Mi a 11 f P * $ ii I i i It IS w Winner and champion--pants They'll travel anywhere with ease and aplomb The dresses are great: the skirts are snappy . each has its special place this year in the sportswear scene. But nothing and no one. no matter what, seems able to lure the average woman away from her ar- dent allegiance to pants Not this year, ar.ywav And maybe not forever Pants are too convenient, too easilv slipped on. too relevant to the '70's life- style to be relinquished lightly. Indeed, in many communities, they're almost uniform. Women prize the easy elegance and the free- dom of movement thev add to busy, action-packed davs and casu''. sociable eve- nings "ants go anywhere now- adays. depending on cut and fabric for suitability. Man-tailored cotton cordu- roys are rivaling denim by da'y as the basic, no- nonsense pant Many are straight in the leg and sport cuffs. At night, flared vel- vets and woolen ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY! AUGUST 17^ 1972 PAGE 11 stayed relatively wrinkle-free throughout the study and none required pressing or ironing," she said. "Laundry and wear, then, seemed to have caused little or no deterioration of the durable press finish." But at the end of the study, she added that both men and homemakers complained about shirts losing their crispness and appearing "washed out." Cotton shirts looked worn on collar tips and sleeve edges. At the end of the study, Mrs. Perez said the textile testing equipment tested fabric sam- ples cut from the shirts. The test's purpose was to show the effects of wear and laundering. "Results indicated that the shirts lost little inherent strength. But flow of air through the fabric increased substan- tially from the originally un- laundered shirts, suggesting a breakdown in yarns." For a complete report of the study, the agent said to contact the Consumer Research Center at Texas A&M and ask for Tex- as Agricultural Extens...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

Ill ifl I i;;i l|J I 1 i j ■ ;■ i i H I 1 I Pots, Pans and Mini-Bikes Used as Reading Aids Pots, pans and nnni-motorbikes have all found a place in the reading incentive program here at South Junior High School, along with go-carts, courses in styling afro hairdos and some topsy-turvey shop classes. Using a $50,000 federal edu- cation grant, teachers de- signed the program around the natural enthusiasms of boys for mechanics, girls for fashions and both groups' sense of competition. Called STAG ifor Student Training and Guidance), it's primarily aimed at 120 sev- enth and eighth graders whose reading is between the third and sixth grade level and who have low achieve- ment in other basic skills. "What this is is a 'hands on' approach." says Principal John T. Farrington. "The idea is to get rid of some of the abstract learning, to get the kids interested in reading about something by having them work with it. There's not so much new ex- cept the attitudes of the kids and their enthus...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 13 J: SHOP WINN'S F°R J/ SEE-THRU | BINDER y Winn's t Metal and Plastic Choose from • BAREJIE • PEANUTS • HAIR BEAR • LOVE • MUSHROOM PEBBLES • SNOOP* SCHOOL BUS • BAMM BAMM '14 EVERY KIT COMPLETE WITH VACUUM BOTTLE I This 2 ring binder with 1' rings has 2 clear vinyl outside pockets with press close plastic /ipper for nsertmg of pictures, c lass schedules emblems, etc PRICES GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST SCISSORS LOV IN'COLOR COMPOSITION BOOK Choice of BLUNT or POINTED mmam, 3 SUBJECT NOTEBOOK yp 120 SHEETS WIDE MARGINAL RULE THREE fOR THE PRICE 01 STANDARD RULER PLASTIC * MM (CENTlMtTtns)l NOW ONLY... CRAYONS Box of 16 colors 29C Raised 1/16 and metric calibrations accurately registered — permanently bonded - sharply defined NO IN ONLY... PENCILS 391 12 to a package I ALADDIN COMPOSITION BOOK TRACK SHOES ■SUA RAYON RE C. 79£ BOYS' DOUBLE SEAT • JUMBO SIZE 4 SUBJECT NOTEBOOK FITS ALL BINDERS American Made Cross Country Track Shoes f...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17^ 1972 PAGE 14 ! A \ trginia has a new law making it illegal to manufacture. dis- tribute or sell wholesale any recording with Knowledge that the sounds have been trans- ferred to the recording without consent of the owner This orings to 10 the number of states which have anti-piracy laws The others are New York. ANOTHER LAW AGAINST RECORD PIRACY California Arizona Arkansas. Tennessee. Florida. Texas. Washington and Pennsylvania The ^aeral Copyright Amendment which became law- la.,t Oct 15 only grants copy- right protection to recordings issued after Feb. 15. 1972 Pi- rated records from recordings issued before that have to be protected under state laws PUBLIC NOTICE Proposed CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NUMBER 14 ON THE BALl&T (HJR 57) General Election November 7, 1972 THE THE STARR SENATOR -- Rep. John Tracer of Sequin (left) talks with pollster George Gallup, .Jr., during a break in the activities at the National Legislative Conference, fi...

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

-mj -| THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THORSDAYl AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 15 IMow they are being heard as well as seen T r > t 1 - I T ->■ Younger students given chance to have their say in school affairs That time-honored adage that children should be seen and not heard has under- gone a direct about-face in many of the nation's for- ward-looking school dis- tricts. Nowadays students are not only heard, they're ac- tively encouraged to air their dissatisfaction with their schools, their teachers, their parents and their com- munities at large. The name of the game is student involvement, and one prime mover in the trend is Dr. John B, Geis- singer, national president of the American Association of School Administrators, and superintendent of schools in Tenafly, N.J., where stu- dents serve on all school committees and as repre- sentatives to the Board ol Education < oiiiiiilinily "The goal of student in- volvement programs," says Dr. Geissinger, "is to teach young people good citizen- s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

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