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

AERO- SHAVE . 8 oz. IY0ITU DIG THESE BUYS! MRfCREME 1POO IO I/2 OZ. _ MRS. TUCKER'S 41 OIL GAL CAN rainbo hamburger slicfd DILL PICKLES 16 oz. frrnch 6 oz. MUSTARD 2 27* STAKE youR CLAIM WORCESTER SAUCE 49* french 10 oz. SILVER STAR lAMILY CENTER 1124*' [prescriptions |r your Discount Prescription Reg/foTed Pharmacist Lmo v^nales Jr.- General Mpnager Starr Plaza Shopping Center lb.. 12 OZ. pkg. :z. pkg.' pillsbury TISSUE COFFEE 69* DISHWASHING 49* BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX vel rose 22 oz. 00 DEL MONTE can pkg. AJAX CLEANSER kraft . = <>• JELLIES (apple strawberry, apple grape, blackberry) 18 oz. green beauty PICKLES qt. PINEAPPLE JUICE — 1 o* 12 oz 3. PKG. lb. l3. .each MIXED VEGETABLES, SWEET PEAS ^ gt. size 4 crisco SHORTENING i SODAS 16 oz. throw away bottles grape, orange, r«ot beer, strawberry w instant coffee,olot" ,ooz $1.29 foil.d,imond «sq.ft. 4f°«$1.00 bleach f,rstch0,ce flour 00.ldf£d"l sub. 594 del monti \ window cleaner mr br te iwlwlllt niyiled fri5kies beef flawn s...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

(If I . ym I ■ m Space Age Encyclopedia Brought Down to Earth ■!.<M>k il up in the i-nt-vihiiit'- ll iii" ust'tl id ('(injure ' isions of rushinu (iff in tile nearest public library, hoping to net thi"'f before it closed, and then frettinii throuirh involved references and cross refer- ences to find what was v. ant- ed. This is no lonner necessarily so. Improved and remodeled to meet need.- realistically, encyclopedia sets more and more are finding a place in the home. Now knowledge oil any given subject need not lie further away than your own bookshelf. According to Dr. William H. Nault. general chairman of the editorial advisory boards for The World Book Encyclo- pedia. there is a tremendous difference between the ency- clopedia of today and its coun- terpart of even five years ago. Ilr Nault said. "It is a dif- ference which includes the type of material presented, the presentation itself and the ease which these reference books can be used by every- one—from grade school c...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD * •p-' ■ ■+ * * ■0 § THURSDAY, AUGU6T 17, 1972 PAGE 19 Leather: the new breed Good taste rules out gimmicks With fashion back to ba- Hg"? sics, simplicity is the key- 1 ^ stone to this season's look. *v . Leathers used in the new * collections include both grained cabretta leathers y. . and suede. Suede may be lambskin or cowhide. Grained leathers can be home-cleaned with mild soap and a damp cloth, while suedes need only an occasional professional dry- cleaning. This fall, one can't go wrong in a well-tailored leather suit with skirt or pants. These impeccable co- ordinated pieces can make up a great layered look. Separate units might be a vest, blouse, turtleneck as well as the jacket, pant.s and skirt. The blazer, car- digan and cropped styles are silhouettes to watch. Curly shearling can be found in warm and wonder- ful jackets or simply as lining or trim. Classic coat styles can be the trench, topper, poncho or cape. For real smash, many coats are luxuriou...

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

c k THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THUR6DAY, AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 20 S< St re of th ch T« or sa he th m 4( S« St re he til of Ju Ci C< | re tit Ui Ni a re« sei wi to la to I ed S I rn of of Ai Cc re' I tir Ui N* iGi Indian Education Focus Of NEA Attention WASHINGTON, DLC. — There Is a stain on our national con- science, said Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in a recent Senate re- port on the education of Ame- rican Indians. It is a stain, he noted, which has spread slowly for hundreds of years. "The cold figures," Kennedy continued, "tell a story, to be sure. But they cannot tell the whole story ... of the frustra- tion, the hopelessness, the poig- nancy, of children who want to learn but are not taught; of adults who try to read but have no one to teach them; of fam- ilies that want to stay together but are forced apart; or of nine-year-old children who want neighborhood schools but are sent thousands of miles away to remote and alien board- ing schools." Determined a blot out this "stain," the...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

° & - I % ij, FALL FASHION THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY^ AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 21 Quick-mix wardrobes Spice plus imagination By BARBARA DUGUAY The fall fashion menu features young girls whip- ping up tempting ward- robe dishes. Little misses begin from scratch, then use their own special in- gredients for yummy looks they'll want again and again. Mom and big brother help by sharing ideas in do-it- yourself separate dressing — increasing lis' wardrobe with their favorite looks. Pretty girl-at-heart party frocks make the rounds with short 'n swirly skirts, Multi-layer dressing may add up to a total K-Vbow/ at^ecE of one! Argyle shrink with capped and waist. sleeves, teamed with a ribbed turtleneck Smocks are dandy looks and flippy skirt is really a dress. Acrilan primp-and-party time, acrylic double knit. Bv Cinderella. Thoy re frcshly flavored v HOT Summer Weather is here! Let us Service Your Home Air-Conditioner NOW!! Include*: Checking Entire Syalem; for leak , Preaaure, clean...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 22 si U i" n il a > ft l> H tl IV l> d c i ti fi t-. ti t*. i) o d d ti d fi y o d s C* re til Ui Ni G. re se wi Pr C< to ed m of I of Ai S tit jUi i a. Parents focus on quality education rt. School problems hasten their active involvement as new term approaches By ALICE LAKE Metro Newspaper Service As the new season of learning approaches tor all Ameri- can students — from nursery schoolers to collegians — their parents are displaying 'le greatest active concern in the history of the nation for maintaining the quality of public education. Seldom before have so many parents involved them- selves personally, not only in school volunteer work, but in making their viewpoints known at local, state and na- tional levels. The trend is seen in an upsurge of parental participation in such existing organizations as parent-teacher associa- tions; in increased attendance at public sessions of district school boards; and in the fo...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

the rio grande herald Thursday; august 17', 1972 page 23 R ■ r ■ \ i; A 5 I ' 1* t t [ -y 1. Help in hand © Tin* x ar. llir Hcll-yriMMiicd l<H>k hack to school. No morr straggil* lork*. Hair has style, shape und shine. Hut no matter what the look — short and curly or long anil straight—to- dj*' artiw anil invol\cd student ran style and dr\ her hair in j matter of minute* with the new General F.leetrie Styling I>r* er. Brush u a sm Bru'h up on your smile. There'?* little on ejimpii* that ran t hr done better, more easily and more enjoyalily with a smile. Keeping those pcarlio sparkling is simple homework for the A.I).\.-acrcpted Ronton t ordless Kcchargcahlc, Klertrie lootli Brukh. with 11,000 stroke* per minute. Student politics \' * W/ ^oulliful \otcr* are litcrall* in\ol\ed in politics this I,ill nig with t h< -s '72 llir contemporary game that Icatun h«4 d of llfmorratir presidential rontrmlrrs pitted \'t Nixon and his Kepuhlican ad%isnr . I'arly l • on*#- tin p,iv*ns...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY; AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 24 CONTEST From Page 14 ! S i' : 1 V V ei m i n tl a, fi i> b ti f. p el | c j | ti f. !i; e h o (I d t> (I f yf o S< St re ol th cl Ti oi sa h< th m 4( S< St re ht til of Jt C< ar N: Gi ce U| ton the program has attracted over 8 million boys, ages eight through 13, and participation this year is expected to top the 1,100,000 mark. Participants inthePunt, Pass and Kick program compete on- ly against boys their own age. Any boy eight through 13 years of age may register to compete at a participating Ford Dealer. There is no entrance fee and no body contact during competi- tion. No special equipment is needed and participation does 'not impair a boy's amateur standing. Scoring is based on accura- cy and range with one point ad- ded for every foot of punting, passing and kicking distance and a point subtracted for every foot off a center line. Twelve national finalists will compete for the National championships in ...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE IIERALI) THURSDAY, AUGUST 17. 1972 PAGE 25 ,V i I V Electronics playing major role in home study Television sets, hi-fi systems9 radios become helpful to students of all ages Whether the .student in your family is a high school- er, college-bound, or an adult taking graduate, re- fresher or other self-im- provement courses, elec- tronics can play a big role in his learning. For example • Till- I V srl i a prime MHircc for new- in 111 <■ mak- ing or after tin- fart, iloru- iiH'rilurifK, lira ma I i/. a I ions of history ami literature, special features, helpful in rompletiiic tliosi* assi^ncil projei'ts or term papers. A personal 'IV insuri's that important programs won't he misseil. • TV is a H'iuiloH' also for tin* slmh'nt to look in on teleeasls from nearliy eiliii'ational stations. (Thos«> now operating or miller eanislruetiiHi in the I I.S. presently niitnlier 221$. Tlicrr were -tlMilil (HI If-ss than tin years «{«.) • A sgmimiI system, suell as tlie |wrUklr...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

( *•! ? r?irjA THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 26 r 'i n 'ticm* r ?t-l s< St re of th c? T. oi sa h< th m 4( St St re ht til of Jt C< ar Ni Gi re thf Ui I Ni Gi re' S* wi Pr I C< to I «'d ce I Lfi m. I °' I of AJ |Cc re' tir Ui Ss I Gi NOW • you can have the world's most modern telephone right here in ROMA 'r- mmmm . Calling "Wy. lyii "Touch Calling" replaces the dial, makes a phone call easy, simple, accurate Imagine a telephone so new it doesn't even have a dial! To make a call, you push buttons instead. Easier. More accurate. But there's more. It even sounds different. Instead of a dial clicking and buzzing, you hear pleasant musical tones . . . you might call it the sound of progress Available right now, in three styles and in smart colors. Call our Business Office to learn the small cost and other details. Be first to be modern. We're taking orders now. I if* § GEflERALTELEPHOnE COfflPAfiy OF THE SOUTHWEST

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY. AUGUST 17, 1972 I i School girls sewing-up fashionable wardrobes PAGE 27 Simple patterns, appealing fabrics make creating own unique look fun The girl who sews really has it made. She can sew up any look that appeals to her. Patterns are simpler and easier to work with, fabrics are more appealing and more practical than ever. Sewing machines are easier to operate and do more finishing and detail- ing. And, as Terry Flettrich, the vivacious TV personal- ity, constantly reminds us on her syndicated television program, "Sewing is fun!" Summer fun can be turned into fall profit for the girl who starts now to plan and make the clothes she'll need when school starts in September. Even the planning is part of the fun — when you allow enough time. Wardrobe roll call Start by lining up, around your room, all the clothes and accessories in your closet. Be honest. Be ruth- less. If there are any of last season's mistakes, root them out. Give them to a friend who...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

the rio grande herald 11 •• • I / • - r ' ' Thursday; august 17,1972 K' page 28 if (i n l> { tl. tl n'|| c ;:;j ei * Sl; I t<; I i'{ 1 n | •till ai'l IV l l> 'US tl f£ p; (t ti f« r tl; e 1 H o d d tr' (1 b: tiV u: n; °' re s* wi Pr I C< to ed m of of Ai Cc re tit Ui N; <f T.V. Series Educates Hitjb School Drop-Outs LEXINGTON, Ky. — "I was so proud of it that I framed it." Cari Bell Edwards said as she displayed her General Educational Devel- opment certificate, the equiva- lent of a high school diploma. "It ended 10 years of wishing and hoping and depression." she said. Miss Edwards. 27. says. "I was tired of cafeteria and laun- dry work — that's about all I could get without a diploma — when I heard about the tele- vision series and decided to trv it." The series, aired by the Ken- tucky Educational Television Network, has earned GEO cer- tificates for at least 82 people and is in the process of being revised so that total can be multiplied many times over. Under a ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALL) THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 29 I f r I - I < " - 'I~ > Recording class notes provides students push-button review Whether he's headed back to the classroom for anoth- er semester or campus- bound for tlu; first time, the student who's not it all to- nether is likely to rate a portable cassette recorder high among his more im- portant possessions. Once regarded as some- thing of a novelty, the ver- satile cassette recorder has become increasingly impor- tant on all educational lev- •Sfjoffifig sight problems > -ita I hi- «• iti111 M .ir old ha .1 IO r.ilin^ I 111 .1 poor report enrol. I or him. reading i- a rliorr anil lie yrl bored. Il« frowib, tills hi*- head or ro\«i- 010 «•* • uIhii t r > i ■ 1 ti t < read. I lice • > niploniv 111 < 11« .. 14- liial In *h<>nld ha\e .1 profess jonaI e>e examination. .K i iirdinc In tin lit lit 1 \ imuii I ii*t itnte. I rouble v* illi serin;: < .10 Irail lo hoinlutii in school and horedom i...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

m < THE RIO GRANDE HERALD Wm®?? W^r . r THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 30 (1 n ; p ti- ll n ejfaf t i St t( ; o' I n tl a i'i " b ti | f. c u U i e h 0 (I d t' (I f y 0 (I Si St rc ol th cl Ti oil sa h< th m 4( S< St re tHj U< N; G re I w ft \Ci to m of of A) 1 a re \ ti) U ? N G Casual luggage: a few helpful hints ease back to school packing problems Heavy traffic area Getting there is not al- ways half the fun for the coed going back to school. Unfortunately, transporting a brand new wardrobe and other necessities can prove as much of a problem as passing a tricky biology exam. Bob Epstein of Dudley Travel Agency, travel coun- selor to Seward Luggage Mfg. Co., ofTers the follow- ing tips that will help make that first day back a little less of a panic. Pack clothing and sundry items such as clock radio, knickknacks and text books in a trunk. An oversize mod- el. about 31 x 17 x 15 inches, normally will do. Ship the trunk one month before re- turning to campus to make s...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 PAGE 31 f y y \ \ i i Hobby To Make Pan Am Address Bill Hobby, Democratic nom- inee for lieutenant governor of Texas and publisher of The Houston Post, will be the com- mencement speaker for Pan American Universttj when graduation exercises are held Aug. 27 at 8 p.m. in the uni- versity field house. Dr. Ralph Schilling, Pan American president, announced Hobby's acceptance of the invi- tation to speak to about 350 graduates, including the first students to receive master's degrees from Pan Am. Ther« currently are about 322 prospective candidates for the bachelors degree, 37 for the associate of arts degree in nur- sing and 12 persons are seeking the master's degree. Last sum- mer there were 243 bachelors and 25 nursing degrees awarded. Hobby has been president and executive editor of The Post since 1965. In this capacity he came to the Rio Grande Valley -''i-'rfi Come See them! last April to speak at Hie annual convention of the Texas I...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 17 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 32 I wl ' From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer s< St re ol th rf T oi| sa h< th m 4( a si re h< til ol Ji O ar N G CCa Uf c« m I of Ai C< I re ti) ju N Nuclear power plants will be lighting up Texas within eight years and by the year 2000 will furnish a major part of the state's massive and rapidly ex- panding electricity demand. State health authorities, who will assist the Atomic Energy Commission in supervising de- velopment of the plants and monitoring of their operations, say they expect six nuclear gen- erating plants to be in operation in Texas in the 1980's, with an- other nearby plant in Louisiana also furnishing part of the state's electrical needs. "Failure to consider nuclear power as a necessary alterna- tive source of electricity from the fossil fuel plants now in operation in Texas would be to ignore a pressing need and fol- low a road that would lead to a vast energy problem," said D...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

') - 1 4, I V - ' ^. ( RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No- 34 Thursday, August 24, 1972 Rio (>ranrle City, Texas NEW BAND DIRECTORS—The Rio Grande City Board of Trustees announced at the Mon- day night meeting the hiring of Paul Frank Smith, (1) and Russelle Wade (r) as the new band directors for the school district. Smith who will be in charge of the high school band program will report for duty in about a week. He is a graduate of Texas Tech in Lubbock and a graduate of the University of Mississippi. He is 42 years old and is single. Wade will be in charge of the Junior High program is from Edinburg attended North Dakota State University and Pan American University. Wade is on duty at the high school aand hall, i.Herald photo by Trejo) tell it like it is RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR When the school board received the letter last Thursday from U.S. District Attorney Anthony J.P. Farris I feel certain that Trustee P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

Medical services explained THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 E EDITORS NOTE — Following is the most comprehensive listing of all medical facilities and services that are available to the resi- dents of Starr County. The listing shows the private sector of medi- cine as well as the various programs sponsored by state or federal agencies. The majority of theStarr County Public Health programs are headquartered or housed at Fort Ringgold with a mailing address of Drawer S, Rio Grande City. The listings were composed by Dr. Mario Ramirez and are published as a public service by the Rio Grande Herald . . . raul trejo. * ♦ * + HOSPITALS OF STARR COUNTY: Manuel Ramirez Memorial Hospital 22 Beds, Medical, Surgical, Obstetrical, Etc. Main Plaza, Roma, Texas Phone: 849-1313 Open 24 Hours A Day — Emergency Care At All Hours. PHYSICIANS PRACTICING IN STARR COUNTY: Rio Grande City, Texas Ramlro Narro, M.D. 103 E. Main Office Phone: 487-2576 Residence Phone: 487-3533 Office H...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 Olivarez leads platoon QUANTICO, Va. — Marine Avelino A. Olivarez, son ofMr. and Mrs. G.T. Olivarez of 407 E. Hidalgo, Rio Grande City, graduated from the Senior Pla- toon Leader Class at the Offi- cer Candidate School, Quantico, Va. He completed six weeks of physical and academic instruc- tion. Local students graduate About 350 Pan American Un- iversity students are expected to receive degrees at the sum- mer commencement exercises Aug. 27 at 8 p.m. -when Lt.Gov. -elect Bill Hobby speaks at cer- emonies in the field house. Master's degree candidates are on the graduation list at Pan Am for the first time as the new graduate school moves into its second year. About 12 students are expected to receive ad- vanced degrees. There are 322 prospective graduates in the bachelor pro- gram and 37 other students are candidates for the associate of arts degree in nursing. Last year 243 students received the bachelor's degree and 25 in nurs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Rattlers getting ready for season opener • • ■ ,7 ;*V i '4^U-r ' ' ' ' " '* t ! --vSr. : : r;*~, K- r'£. 4 RATTLERS OPEN PRACTICE COACH VILLARREAL * as i see it BY RAUL TRFJO Tliere's a bunch of dedicated young men out sporting the Rat- tler uniform, or what's left af- ter practice, at Rattler Stadium and along with them are some dedicated coaches. Tuesday morning in mild 98 degree weather Coach Eliseo Villarreal, and his assistants George Gomez and RoelMaldo- nado were out trying to put to- gether what will be one of the strongest teams in 3A ball this year. Helping Villarreal also are Pat Saenz, Ramiro Villegasand Raymond Martinez. Villarreal was named head man after Gilbert Muzquiz re- signed his position with the dis- trict. Villarreal is not amatuerand expects only the very best from the men that play for him and through his mild manner he lets you know that he means busi- ness. Throughout the year win or lose this scribe w...

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