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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

V - I'" I • * * ' J i i • • • i .V RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR 50 YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS VoJ. XXI No. 35 Thursday, August 31, 1*>72 Kio (>ran<l«> City, Texas tell It like St I s • • • RAUL TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR When Heberto Barrera resigns sometime in the very near future (if he hasn't done so yet) he will be doing the board a favor. Barrera has put a strain on the rest of his board members. One of them got called before the federal grand jury in what attorneys for the government termed as part of a 'continuing investigation'. Barrera should have resigned long ago and avoided the mention of the steps that could be taken to have him drop from the board. The government has done alot to help a drive to clean out the corruption that seems to run wild with no apparent check. Actually, the Barrera thing will become a thing of the past in a short time and he will serve his proba- tion and the rest of his sentence. * * * * A group of Starr Cou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1072 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 I ? Customs seizes weed and firearms U.S. Border Patrol agents ar- rested two Houston men Monday morning on the banks of the Rio Grande near Rio Grande City and confiscated 40 pounds of marijuana, several firearms, ammunition and $2,000 in cash as they came under heavy gunfire from the Mexican side of the river, according to Cecil Smalling, senior Border Patrol Agent in McAllen. Charged Monday afternoon before U.S. Magistrate William Mallet with importing mari- juana were Thomas Banks Oli- ver 20, and Arturo Ramirez, 20. No charges have been filed as yet for possession of firearms but an official in the magistrate's office said more charges are expected to be filed some time today. Both men are in Cameron County Jail in lieu of $10,000 bond each. Smalling said the arrests were made after the border patrol agents observed a mail back a vehicle up to the river and open its trunk. A second man appeared from the river and dropped a larg...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

i V. - • MRS. G. HAS MOVED — The fashionable shoppe of Mrs. G in Roma has moved to a more popular location. The shop one of Roma's newest is owned by Mrs. Joseph Gonzalez of Edinburg. Unlocking the door at the new location are the pretty operators of the shoppe Miss Yolanda Gonzalez and Trini Pena. Miss Gonzalez is the daughter of the owner Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gonzalez. Trini is one of Roma's pretty girls. The pair are now located on east highway 83 as you drive into Roma. Mrs. G. is a shoppe that specializes in top name fashion and the very latest creations serving Starr County and Mexico. Lions- Ramirez sponsor PKP Registrations for the 1072 Punt, Pass and Kick Competition, co- sponsored locally by the Lions Club and Ramirez Ford Sales Inc. continue to roll in. The contest is for boys ages eight through 13 and it winds FOR SALE I LOTS- Rio Grande City Trevino Addition One House For Sale To Be Moved Contact 487-3657 up with final eliminations at the NFL Pro Bowl Game in Dallas, Tex...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

AHORA usted puede tener el telefono mas moderno del mundo aqui en ROMA ....... •• © E I* Ll L? .' ;• :: - £> [v<- - mi "Llamada al tocar"...reemplaza el telefono automatico y ofrece .una llamada telefonica mas sencilla, mas simple y mas puntuar. Imaginese un telefono tan moderno que no tiene ni esfera de numeros y letras para poner una llamada, nadamas se empuja el boton de con- tacto. Mas senclllo, maspuntualy masconveniente. Pero aun hay mas. El sonido es distinto. En lugar de oir una osfera zumbar, usted oye tonos musicales y placenteros. Puede usted llamarles el sonido del progreso. Disponible ahorita en tres diferentes estilos y en colores elegantes. Llame a nuestra oficina para lnformarse del costo tan bajo y otros detalles. Sea usted el primero en ser moderno. Estamos tomando ordenes desde hoy QQ ' GET1ERAL TEUEPMOflE COmPAfiy OF THE SOUTHUIE5T A % -J.. w - I J

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 -A TRI-COUNTY STOCK YARD ANNOUNCES SEPTEMBER AS THE FIRST DAY OF BUSINESS IN STARR Hold Your Cattle Just a little longer we know you'll like us!

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

I «* > « • « I THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 I TV Networks Plan New Shows For Fall HOLLYWOOD - What will you be seeing in prime- time television when the new season starts next month? More action and adventure, blockbuster films and original movies; less comedy and varie- ty; and very little news. The three networks already are displaying the "promos" or station-break commercials that herald the attractions of the new season. These teasers make the new series look so good that a wag has suggested that the networks cancel the series and play only the promos. Alas, the product is not al- ways as good as the ads. The programming that pre- vails will probably reflect the mixture as before. In Cict, Va- riety has already tagged the 1972-73 season "Son of Last Year." The three networks have scheduled the new season pret- ty much in character. CBS, which has remained No. 1 in ratings with the help of its situation comedies, will offer 11 in the new season, including...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Prostitution In Texas: Part Two Interview With A Madam - -4- +• i r T' F Contrary to popular belief, streetwalkersare responsible in only 5 per cent of the reported cases of venereal disease, says Dr. Don Millar, chief of the veneral disease program for the Center for Disease Control in Atlanta, Ga. What is the call girls' contri- bution to VD? "Really none," says Joe Pair of the Texas Health Department. "They take care of themselves better than the streetwalker." Pair said the state registered "the first significant decrease since 1956" in syphilis cases in the first six months of this year. The American Social Health Association, which conducts confidential surgeys on prosti- tution when requested by police and sheriff departments, made a recent study in Texas, espe- cially in commmunlties near the state's 36 military in- stallations. Dr. Paul Kinsie, head of the association's social protection division in New York Cltv, says no b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 ^ U.S.-Mexico Sign Screw worm fact I | I I A new line, further south, will be held against penetration of that cost- ly parasite, the screwworm fly, as result of a joint U.S.-Mexico agreement signed in Mexico City this week. The new front will be concen- trated on the 135-mile isthmus of Tehuantepec rather than the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexico border. But the same weapons will be used in concentrated form- millions and millions of ster- ilized male flies which ensure THE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY NEEDS MEN Trained As CATTLE AND LIVESTOCK BUYERS Train now to buy cattle, sheep and hogs at auctions, feediots, sale barns, etc. Write TODAY for a local interview. Include your com- plete address and phone number. CATTLE BUYERS, INC. 4420 Madison f Kansas City, Mo. 64111 T~''*inf Callli ..J &,rr, that their females' eggs cannot be hatched. U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Earl L. Butz, accompanied by Sen. John Tower, R-Tex.t and U. S. Rep. Bob Price, R...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

-L - • +• - -t fl TO PLAY IN WORLD SERIES -- The Mission Bronco League AH-Star team won an opportunity to play in the Bronco World Series by defeating the Denver, Colo. team. Their next oppo- nent will be the host team, St. Joseph, Mo. Pictured above are (1 to r) front row-Omar Reyna, Leo Zamora, Rene Rodriguez, THE INFORMED CONSUMER / BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas Credit purchases have be- come a way of life with most of our Texas families. When the debtor refuses or is unable to meet his payments when due, his account often is turned over to a collection agency. Most of these agencies use reputable collection methods but unfortunately some agen- cies choose to resort to other means which are unethical and sometimes illegal. This arti- cle will deal with abusive col- lection tactics. Collection is generally ini- tiated with a letter mailed to the debtor. This letter informs him that the account has been assigned to the agency for collection and that payment in ful...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

i I I 1 I I 1 I I I END SUMMER IN STYLE WITH A IABOR DAI SPECIALS US DA GOOD SIRLOIN fSTEAK LB. H & H PRIDE FRANKS 2 LB. BAG USDA GOOD CHUCK ROAST SEVEN BONE OR SHOULDER LB KRAFT AMERICAN CHEESE SINGLE WRAP 12 OZ. PKG EACH USDA GOOD CHUCK STEAK BLADE CUT USDA GOOD SEVEN OR SHOULDER STEAK SWIFT PREMIUM LUNCH MEAT BOLOGNA SALAMI 6 OZ. PKG. AXION GNT. SIZE now only 8.7% AJAX LAUNDRY DETERGENT GT. SIZE S? & & 4 l_k laundry pre soar CRYSTAL WHITt LIQUID SOAP FOR DISHES SWIFT PREMIUM LUNCH MEAT 12 OZ. LIBBVS PEARS E LihbyV -J ^ Isll FRUIT COCKTAIL PICK SHO HOT PINI CATStr,El COFFEE,0L&E PLUM8ER " PINEAPPLE CRISCO OIL NESTEA ;NS" DOG FOOD BEAUTY FL ' Ubby> . J,; Ubby>! n Libby> i ' 1 '< * V • -green M 4*'1 r- , ,H km' . HOI ■ -t FRONTIER POLISH SAUSAGE BEEF BRISKET END CUT PEAS-PEAS & CARROTS CUT GREEN BEANS t- libby'/1 j ^ Libby' '/T fc |libbMVt l*j ■' 303 CAN i sweet .h ,< CMS yy USDA GOOD T-BONE OR ROUND STEAK* JAXBEER < 6 PKG THROW AWAY SWIFT PREMI...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

WfTT5 HUNT'S TOMATO SAUCE 8 OZ. CAN PALMOLIVE Q||^ MRS. TUCKER'S CMILI GEBHARDT W|TH BEANS CT SIZE 39< .48 02 89< .300 CAN 3roH $1.00 39* v NORTHERN / BRTHHOdM T1S! NORTHERN TISSUE ROLLS ICKLES ALABAMA GIRL QT. SNOWDRIFT 3 LB. CAN 49' W Bllli's tvt vaiueS OA/AUYouRHummmDsr^ HORTENING OT DOG SAUCE 19' INEAPPLE JUICE DEL MONTE 46 OZ 32 OZ |UG SIZE 32 OZ. |UG DEL MONTE 12 OZ. 38 OZ SIZE SbP ~,EL M0NTE p^- FOLGERS INSTANT M8ER ,N-A:,UG EAPPLE JUICE SCO OIL TEA INSTANT I CM 3 OZ. 100% TEA FOOD "m,"s UTr FLOUR lst. $1-98 . HOLZUM OR RAINBO , - FRESH SANDWICH BREAD PARTY PIZZA LOAVES 3for$1«| SODAS 16 OZ. THROW-AWAY FROZEN FOODS N POUNDCAKE SARAlEE 12oz 79 ORANGE jUICEFR0STY ACRES 60Z I5< V (5 STRAWBERRIES fROSTy ACRES .ooz 29c 1440S Tlu pizza parlor pizza. uoos COME AND HAVE A BITE OF PIZZA SPECIAL DEMONSTRATION FROM 10 A.M. TO 7 P.M. FRI. AND SAT. PRODUCE lege Crowd' LETTUCElAR0E HE,D 22* CARROTS Ibagpkc 19' ORANGES CELLO 4 LB. 39* * M m m WatgxeeHA, FOR PRESCRIPTIONS AUGUST I P...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

i state afl 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 front 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 1 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 speaker. When Rep. Rayford Price of Palestine won the post in spe- cial session last ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

I ! \ ' . K T ,1- ll!lillllll!imiiiiiii;iminiiniii;iinnj Woman's Touch b\ Mr>. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent ?niiiinm miimi iiiiiiniminimife Poor nutrition is a common problem among older people, often because of inadequate in- come. "To supplement their food- buying power, the U.S. Depart- ment of Agriculture (USDA)ad- mlnisters two alternative food assistance programs--the Food Stamp and Food Distribution Programs," Mrs. Ida A. Perez, Extension county home demon- stration agent, said. According to Mrs. Perez, as- sistance to the elderly and other low-income groups through these two programs is available SPECIALISTS IN STUDiNT TtAVCl "TMnoe* Tript" mra ear **■ ciolty. U. $., Conoda, Europo, Mciko. '.op Hin«roti« ; Mpo* leodtr ; mod« l prictt. Moy w . .. you mora about thoof tmt io s« iuimii PHARMACY TOPICS A youngsters should have his first dental checkup as soon as he has all his primary teeth, generally between two and three years. * * The disease commonly known as arth...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

] legal notices NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING TEXAS PARKS ANDWILDLIFE 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 to 28 consecutive days at any one park: Bentsen-...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 ■9 K f; I I -) - ,vV (it ' * Ask IRS This column of questions and answers on the President's Economic Stabilization Pro- gram is provided by the Inter- nal Revenue Service and is published as a public service. The column answers questions most frequently asked about wages and prices. * * * Q - My landlord owns and rents four single-family houses. He lives in a fifth. Are his rental units under con- trols? A - No, they are not. The Cost of Living Council has ex- empted from controls any single family dwelling units and ren- tal units in multi-family dwel- lings, as long as the owner and members of his family do not own or have an interest, direct or indirect, in more than four units. Family includes an in- dividual, his spouse, his par- ents, children and grandchil- dren. Q - I live in a mobile home park and rent the space where my home is parked. Do the rent regulations apply to me? A - Yes. The regulations ap- ply to rents for res...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 WHitewing Season Almost Here Saturday Sept. 2 Is the big day for whltewing hunters. The season on the South Texas birds is open for three days from Sept. 2 through 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 Brownsville is closed to hunting during the concur- rent whltewing 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 country. A $3 White-winged Dove Stamp is required of all hunters who go after the fast moving birds this La- bor Day weekend. The stamp Is available at any Texas Parks and...

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

' PfT.'? r- (• V ) T* T- \\ +&&*« *% ■i- v** -.v • ' • ' i'' : . ■ >* <•- • J i. '*• ' ,« >• Rattlers pile in for tackle... I#44 v f 1 Four yards by Rattlers against Aransas Pass. 1 THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 Dear Consumer Buying A Vacuum Cleaner? Try Salt By Virginia Knauer Special Assistant to the 1'resident and Director White House Office of Consumer Affairs Buying a new vacuum cleaner would be simple if manufacturers rated the cleaning ability of their models in some meaningful way. However, their tech- nical ratings—horsepower, revolution.- per minute, sealed suction, working suction and water lift—tell you very little about how well a particular model really cleans your rugs and carpets. It's up to you to measure a model's cleaning abil- ity. That means using a vacuum cleaner yourself before you buy to be sure it meets your needs. Leon Garcia tears through line. Ask for a home demon- stration. It you can't get a home demonstration, use...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

V," TEST YOUR VD Quotient How many of the following questions on venereal diseases can you correctly answer? a^jnos auuajajaj a3iu D «>|Duj 111M || XDMAud ajnipojq ai^j joj puas - 44614 61 "91 aJOLJDOJq aiji joj puas oj mojjoujoj |nun 11dm uoo noA - H®!J SI-6 jAl9}Dip9UJiUI |IOUJ ai^4 ui uodnoo *a6 - 446" 9*0 9 61 'Y*8t 'O ii 'D*9l '9 SI '8ti 'D £l '0 31 'Yll 'D'Ol '3*6 'Q 9 '9 L '9*9 'YS 'O f 'Y € 'V2 'D I (•3iAi«5 SH°*H 3!Hnd Sfl 1. Venerea/ dismasts are caused by: A. Injury B. Body strain C. Germs 2. Which of the following applies to syphilis and gonorrhea? A. Two different diseases. B. Two nomti lor th« some disease. C. Two stages of the some diseose. 3. Gonorrhoa and syphilis can bo contractod at tho same fime. A. True B. False 4. How might a porson become infected with syphilis or gonorrhoa? A. Being kitten by an insect carrying the germs. B. Picking up the germs from a door handle or drinking glass. C. Skin-to-skin contact with a person carrying the germs. D. From o toilet...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 31 August 1972

THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 PAU Awarded Over $500,000 For New Programs This Fall -i Pan American University has been awarded more than $500, 000 In federal grants for new programs to be offered this fall. Among these grants will be a program for conducting lo- cal government internship to train 15 Pan Am seniors in lo- cal agencies. Funds for the program will come from the department of Housing and Urban Develop- ment and will cover adminis- trative costs and stipends of approximately $2,200 to each of the 15 interns. LeGrand Weller, assistant Free, for Boys 8-13 F00TB3LL excrremenT! :• ENTER OUR 1972 purrr, pass &KICK comPGTiTion You Could Win One Of 18 Local Trophies Put an impressive metal PP&K trophy in your room by signing up today for our 1972 PP&K Competition. Bring your parents in to register, get your free PP&K Tips Book and start practicing. Attend our free clinic for more help. Remember, you have a great opportunity because you' - c...

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