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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED—Mr. Reynalrio Lopez and Mr. and Mrs. Rene Villarreal announce the engagement of their daughter Oli- via (Bibi) Lopez to Jose Luis Rivera, son of Mr. & Mrs. Luis Rivera^ both of Rio Grande City. The wedding will be solemnized at the Imma- culate Conception Catholic Church at 7 p.m. Both are graduates of Rio Grande City Public Schools and Rivera attended TSTI. Miss Lopez was previously employed by Starr Val-U-Mart. The couple will reside ir Corpus Christi after the wedding trip. (Herald photo) DELINQUENT DOWRY ISTANBUL — Arguing that goods not paid for can be taken back, a man in Nusaybin. southeastern Turkey has re- claimed his daughter because her husband had defaulted in his dowry payments. Aziz Koc, 36, a hospital jani- tor, paid 5.000 liras <$350) down and promised to pay 1.000 liras ($70i a year for five years when he married Saha Gelir three years ago. When he missed the third payment, Saha's father raided his house and took back his daughter and her...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 New sales yard in full swing... WORKING ON SCALE—Workmen are pictured here setting the scale that will show the buyer the weight of the animal at the time of purchase. Cotter tells us that the reason for the scale not being automated is because you can weigh an animal three times on an auto- mated scale and all three times you'll get three different weights. The springless cale not only assures the buyer of the animal's weight but insures that the seller gets all his money. 1 aflt ■ • \ NYC-MCEP—Lumber storage rack and at right is a metal storage rack built by Jorge Guerrero and James Clarke also shown in the picture. These are two of a number of projects which the boys constructed while working under the NYC and the MCEP programs, this summer. The projects were con- structed at the vocational agriculture department and are for use at the same place. COTTER—Chester Cotter the owner and operator of the new sales yard brings years...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

* *#*§11*111lililiillftlllllltlllllllillflill Woman's Touch b\ Mr*. Ida A Pern Home Demonstration Agent ft"" Home sweet home Is where accidents happen. And the kitch- en is a potential accident area. "To make your kitchen haz- ard-free, follow the guidelines to safety," Mrs. Perez, Exten- sion county home demonstra- tion agent, suggested. "Tarn pot handles away from the edpe of the range to prevent snagging on clothing," she said. "But be careful not to put the handle over another burner or an exposed pilot light." Mrs. Perez advised putting Sanchez gets BS degr ee SAN MAR COS--A Southwest Texas State University student from Rio Grande City was a - mong the more than 659 grad- uates who received degrees in summer commencement cere- monies Saturday, Aug. 19, in SWTS IPs Strahan Gymnasium. The Rio Grande City resi- dent, A. Lee Sanchez received a Bachelor of Science degree in Education. A Lee is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A.L. Sanchez of 118 Kain St., Rio Grande. While 582 students were ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

i THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 \^Hitewing Season Almost Here Saturday Sept. 2 Is the big day for whitewing hunters. The season on the South Texas birds is open for three days from Sept. 2 throueh Sept. 4. Hunting hours are from 12 noon to sunset. Daily bag limit is 10 and the possession limit is 20. The most important dif- ference between this sea- son and last year's is the area off limits to hunters. An area south of a line extending along U.S. High- way 281 between the city limits of Hidalgo and WITH THIS COUPON DISCOUNT OF ON ANY USED CAR OR FIAT ON OUR YARD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS COUPON! LES MANNERING OLSMOBILE-FIAT @ 617 W. MIRACLE MILE 686-6SSI McALLEN Brownsville is closed to hunting during the concur- rent whitewing and mourn- ing dove season. Hunters must retain one fully feathered wing on dressed doves in counties having a white-winged and mourning dove season. This requirement also ap- plies when doves are im- ported from Mexico or any foreign c...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

SPECIALS ri m ir Ik BOYS TRACK ^SHOES PRICES GOOD WHILE QUANTITIES LAST PIECE GOODS LADIES' PANTIES American Factory-fresh cottons and blended fabrics in fashion solids and prints. Acetate* Newest Fashion Colors Cross Country Track Shoes made for plenty of hard wear! SIZES 5, 6 & 7 Packaged 3 PAIR ONLY tjjSK5B gj i BOY'S STRETCH CREW SOCKS SNEAKERS BOYS'and MEN S Size 6 to 8 1/2 and 9 to 11 DTITO • Latest Styles D E L I W • 30 to 40 Inch MISSES' and LADIES' Waist Sizes Wide Widths • First Quality • American Made • Vinyl Sole ONLY WHITE - PERFECT FOR GYM WEAR. ALL SIZES. BOYS' KNIT LADIES' PANTIES Assorted Colors RAYON Soft and absorbent... for year 'round wear... sizes 2 to 12 ... your budget can easily handle a full supply at this price! JjA P"'r Rag.49« PANTI Double seat • assorted colors • sizes 2 thru 12 Size 5-6-7 NOW ONLY 3 PAIR GIRLS' WHITE CREW SOCKS Size 6 to 8 1/2 and V to 11 SUMMER BOYS' Flared Bottoms Fits Easily Over Boots CLOTHING REDUCED Prs. for 1 to 5 yard lengt...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 YARBOROUGH I ! W-'abi,''., r-r—— \ v Campaigning Expensive' GLOW ETA, N.M. Former U.S. Sen. Ralph Yar- borough, D-Tex., said Tuesday he holds no Interest in future political campaigning for him- self— mainly because he owes $90,000 from past campaigns. Yarborough and David Car- go, former Republican gover- nor of New Mexico, spoke to the 20th annual Glorieta Baptist Student Conference. "The mother's milk of poli- ticsis money," said Cargo. "As long as you have primately fi- nanced campaigns, you are go- ing to have politicians owing political debts." The former governor said he was first elected using a cam- paign budget of $14,000, but he admitted that small ex- penditure is rare in political campaigns. Cargo called presidential pri- maries "ridiculous" because they are expensive, gruelling and expose the candidates to the danger of assassination. Cargo said the Nixon Admin- istration's war record has done what it promised to ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

HARRIET IS FIFTEEN A HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORE 1 t - KlK'- M fflmm % ' Ipjl fl V. j HHB HW * sm r and <inc cto€4*it knout it... If you're between 15 and 24 years old, your chances of catching VD are better than any other age group. That's a grim reality. But gonorrhea is grim business, es- pecially for youngsters. The record shows that 65 of every 100 new cases of gonorrhea, and 53 of every 100 new cases of syphilis involve persons in the 15-24 age group. Do you know the truth about venereal infections. . .how they spread, the symptoms, their physical effect on your body? We want to help you learn. It isn't too late. . .even for kids like Harriet. Syphilis and gonorrhea arc two different dis- eases. Both are curable when treated by a repu- table physician. Under Texas law, teenagers may be treated without parental consent. Send Now For Your FREE BROCHURE ■MFor a free informational brochure "I on vencreal diseases, send this ' coupon to the following address: TEXAS STATE DEPARTMENT OF...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

I lUIBBfc witln nnoire'eat SWIFT CHARCOAL STEAK EVE"'0Hf u 88< ROAST english cut boneless 99< GROUND CHUCK , 79< CHORIZO LARA~ lb. 39< RIB STEAK , 89* f Allf ll^f SWIFT PREMIUM BROWN AND SERVE m SAUSAGE (ALL KINDS) EACH ©9 BACON .SWE™R lb. 65* POLISH SAUSAGESWIFT PREM'UM ..LB.$ 1.19 BOLOGNA, SALAMI ™ 69' DETERGENT'''- ...69' TISSUE"™. ..,..39' LIQUID DETERGENT' "", 49< CRISCO Oil 99' f produce pleaseirs 8 AUTOMATIC thickii FANCY SHORTENING" .,..$1.99 PRUNE JUItE" ™' ,49' PEACHES— ..... 4-$1. MAYONNAISE.69' KRAFT OIL . 55' DRIVE 99' TRASH BAGS ' 49' GLAD WRAP .... 39* DOG FOOD SPRAY STARCH ~ ... 58 V, < 1_ V sl HARDWARE TRANSMISSION FLUID , 3™ $1.00 AMALIE OIL or 3"" $1.00 ire ruccTt COOL KIHC H0T AND C0LDPLASTIC t\n IV.t Lnfcj I J REG 8.55 yOlUU GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATORS CLOSE OUT PRICE GREENBRIER WATER HOSES „0 „s$5.98 TOOL AND UTILITY BOX ,!0„,$l.99 ARMOURS POTTED MEAT su* K speci*15 OH 4 . DI$C WALGREEN NATION'S N« I - t PHARMACISTS Call 40 Lino I ISM i i p...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

ARMOUR'S AIR FRESHNER " „29* SOAP C0LDCREAM lft< BATH SIZE BAR |V SOFT PINE ... IV BUNDT CAKE FILLING And GLAZE MIX PILLSBURY 69' SHORTENING g MRS. TUCKER'S 8 • $199 TREET m GOLD MEDAL IS LB. ' DR. WELLES SODAS <« 10* KING SIZE £ GOOD: VAL-U-MART EXPIRES: 8-27-72 MiHK VALUABLE COUPON PILLSBURY FLOUR 5 LB. BAG GOOD: VAL-U-MART EXPIRES: 8-27-72 . DISCOUNT MMILY CENTER _ DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Call 467-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 - Registered Pharmacist Pet« Diaz Jr.-Prop lino Canoles Jr.- General Mgnager Rio Grind* Cit/ Sttrr W« Shopping Center PILLSBURY GOOD: VAL-U-MART EXPIRES: 8-27-72 HIlnHEl I mMrmt SHELLS l2GAUGE DOVE LOAD SHOT 20 GAUGE $1.99 $1.89 Get Your Deer License Early VISIT OUR COMPLETE SPORTS DEPARTMENT Get Your Dove Stamps At Val-U-Mart Now! FOLGER COFFEE EXPIRES EXPIRES

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY'. APRIL 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 SRSU fish practice ALPINE—Workouts for the 1972 Sul Ross State University fall football campaign begin Monday (August 21) as 35 fresh- man prospects are scheduled to T-on^rt according to Lobo Head Coach and Athletic Director Richard Harvey. The freshman group will be joined two days later by 40 oth- er players, including 25 letter- men. Harvey said the coaching staff would use Monday and Tuesday to get acquainted with the new- comers and attempt to orient them into the Lobo system. The varsity returnees will see their first action on Wednesday as two-a-day work- outs will continue through Sat- urday (August 26). The Lobo head coach feels the 1972 edition of the "Big Red" has the opportunity ofbe- ing better than last year's club which posted a disappointing 4- 6-1 record, but says, "so much depends on our initial mental attitude in getting the season started off right and catching fire." The Lobos offensive line and front seven...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY. APRIL 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 * « 'V 1 i . i- "V -> ' •I N f . 4 . * AUSTIN, Tex. — Rep. Price Daniel Jr. of Liberty apparent- ly will take over the House of Representatives speakership without opposition next January. Withdrawal of Rep. Frank Calhoun of Abilene from the speaker's race last week, after concluding that Daniel was too far out iront to catch, left the 31-year-old attorney from Lib- erty free of a major challenger. Rep. James E. Nugent of Kerrville, who had planned to enter the contest earlier, en- dorsed Daniel. Before Calhoun's withdrawal, Daniel claimed more than 100 commitments from House members or nominees. "So many of the old and new members had committed to my opponent before I got into the race, that my continuance in the campaign would place a burden on my supporters that I do not feel justified in causing," said Calhoun. Daniel, son of former Gover- nor Price Daniel, came from a long way back to emerge as the shoo-in candidate for ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

I MEDICAL SERVICES from page 2 must be permanently and totally disabled to qualify. Financial grants are given as well as medical insurance coverage. Aid To The Blind: A person to qualify must be 18 years of age or older and be a citizen of this country. He must be blind to qualify. Financial grants are given as well as medical insurance coverage. MENTAL HEALTH AND MENTAL RETARDATION. Services are rendered to any individual who has been diagnosed as having mental illness or who is mentall retarded. Dr. Mario Ramirez is the medical director for this program for Starr Coun- ty. Out patient initial exminations and follow up care is provided by him, without cost to the patient. Psychiatrical consultations are available at the Ilarlingen State Hospital ami pateitns are referred whenever the need arises. Medications are provided free through the center's pharmacy, and transportation to the physicians office as well as to the hospital is available through the program. Offices for this prog...

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

rHURSDAY; APRIL 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 I * 1 t - 1 * € 5 * ?; - r t \ i . ? i i Photography Helps 4-H'ers,Nowf Later $ Idea Of Turning Sewage Into Food Being Studied SI'K'IAL - Kids in 4 "learn by doing". And in 4-11 photography projects, supervised by the Cooperative Extension Service, 100,000 young people are busy learning how lo put it all together in an acceptable picture. With an assist front the I astman Kodak Company, national sponsor, the young photographers learn from their mistakes as well as their successes. Michael Warren, of Koseboro, N.C., was one of the six national SI,000 scholarship winners in the I1'7 I 4-11 photography program. Michael recalls the first picture he ever took. "My first picture was of my parents. I had them change their clothes and fix their hair and then I snapped away. When the picture was developed all I had was a photograph of their legs and feet. Hut at least il was a clear picture of their feet", he remarked. Today young Warren...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

B life if. ?r I I LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TEXAS PARKS AND WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT ADOPTION OF REGULATIONS FOR STATE PARKS Notice is hereby given by the Texas Parks and Wildlife De- partment of its intention to hold a public hearing at 2:00 p.m. on September 8, 1972 in Room 100 of the John H. Reagan State Of- fice Building, Austin, Texas as authorized by Article 6067b, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes, pursuant to the consideration and adoption by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission's of Rules and Regulations govern- ing the health, safety and pro- tection of persons and property within state parks, historic sites, scientific areas or forts. The following proposed regula- tion will apply specifically to Falcon State Park. "During the period of Septem- ber 15 to April 30, at all parks, there is no maximum occupan- cy limit on the use of overnight facilities, with the exception of the following parks in which overnight occupancy is limited LEGAL NOTICES (POPE & POPE) CA...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

I > I 4 V .!- V ■ - I- f . I. I \ ' V Heart Transplant Patient Now Using Trying To Hel| ) — It's been lour years now since the heart of a 17-year-old Richmond, Va., l>oy was placed in the body of Louis Russell and the world's longest living transplant patient says lie lias used this "extra" time trying to help others and to satisfy his own curiosity about life. Since receiving his new heart on Aug. 24, 19(58, Russell has lx;come a youth counsellor and lay chaplain of the Indianapolis Police Department, served as chairman of the Indiana Heart Fund drive, and kept up with a schedule of five to 15 speeches before various groups each week. He'salso run for City Council and served as a judge in the Miss Nude America contest. The 47-year-old lather of four also has continued his full-time job teaching industrial arts at P.S. 69 in Indianapolis. "That's been my nature . . . to help people," Russell said in an interview. He contends he's not a celeb- rity- "Celebrities make money and ...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

. £ *.--v Oil Production Expected THURSDAY. AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 To Reach All-Time High I fe I : HOUSTON - Most offi- cials in I>oth government and industry are in agreement tlut U.S. oil imports will approach or >s..ceed 15 million barrels a day by 1985. Totalimports of crude oil and refined products reached an all- time high of 5,059,000 barrels a day last March. The record lev- el for crude oil imports, 3,222,- 000 barrels daily, was set a month later. A special task force of inde- pendent operators who are starting a new study of the oil imports problem is to hold an organizational meeting Tuesday in Denver, Colo. The roup was formed in May at the New Orleans mid- year meeting of the Independ- ent Petroleum Association of America, a trade organisation that has been fighting imports sinceit was established in 1929. In New Orleans, the inde- pendents agreed that the feder- al mandatory oil import control program needs a major over- haul. But the inde...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

f ' I V i Prostitution In Texas Subject of Research The oldest profession wears different makeup in Texas to- day. Most of the brothels of a decade ago are gone. Streetwal- kers and <all girls have multi- plied. The total number of prostitutes has declined— do- spite less objection to their trade. "Nobody gets as upset over prostitution as they used to," says Capt. E.H. Ilogue of Fort Worth's vice squad. "The only time we get a complaint is when a person gets clipped or something." "It's the change in society it- self, really," says Capt James Despres, chief of San Antonio's /ice squad. 'It's the outlook people have. . .today there's by far a greater lil>eral attitude to- ward morality." "Prostitution isn't one of our main problems any more," says Capt. Harvey Gann of Austin's vice squad. ". . .the moral situation has changed. There is more of a permissive attitude." Vice squads in some of the nujor Texas cities are spend- ing more time on drugs and le*5s time on "victimless" ...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

THURSDAY. AUGUST 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 ,i sf ■ I m NOTICE • WHITEWINGS HUNTERS tWATER MELON GROWERS Have land For Whitewing Season and Excellent Water Melon land CONTACT ROBERTO CORONA 487-7573 AWARD—A recent awards ceremony at the Southwest Screuworm Eradication Pro- gram honored three employees from Rio Grande City for their outstanding contributions that added to the overall efficiency of the program. Master of Ceremonies, I)r. James E. Novy, acting veterinarian in charge at the U.S. Department of Agriculture installation, presented 86 employees with 103 awards. These employees were recognized through the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Incentive Awards Program with some receiv- ing a certificate of merit for sustained outstanding work performance, certificate of ap- precation for a substantial economical saving suggestion, and length of service certificate and pin ranging from 10 to 30years. The Rio Grande City honorees receiving a certificate of meri...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 24 August 1972

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

THURSDAY, APRIL 24, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 NEWS from page 15 ; W control programs by public health officials, in prescription drugs and by the U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture and the mil- itary in health quarantine pro- grams. APPOINTMENTS — Aubrey Edwards of Big Lake was named district attorney of the 03rd judicial district, to re- place William H. Earney of Mar fa who resigned. H.E. Knox of New Braunfels was named by Smity to the board of directors of the Guadalupe- Blanco River Authority. SHORT SNORTS The Governor has requested the federal pay board to approve a pay raise for state employees September 1. Texas Conservation Founda- tion voted to buy three acres of the Big Thicket ( a portion of the Marysee Prairie in Lib- erty County). New state bank applications have been filed for Harlingen (two), Addicks (Harris county), and South Houston. Federal health care grants sought by groups in Crystal City ($391,206) and Laredo($18, 968) met gubernatorial veto due to alleg...

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