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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

- RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO TEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER JJL TEN CENTS ± - ■ Vol. XXI 36 Thurnday, SepU'mher X I <>72 Rio Cirande City, Texas Federal suit proposing new redisricting lines filed A suit filed by Starr Countian Rafael Carreia of Kir- Gran !e City naming the county 'udg. and the four commissioners officially and individually has been filed for redi striding of the voting precincts in Federal Court in Brownsville Tuesday afternoon. The plaintiff is represented by Harvey L. Hardy of San An- tonio. The suit was filed in behalf of Carrera and all others similarly situated. The suit seeks and injunctive and declaratory relief to re- dress the denial of rights, pri- vileges of the defendant who also seeks to redress the coun- ty to give everyone the popu- lar 'one man, one vote'. Dr. Mario Ramirez, Com- missioners Amando Peria, F. A. Duran, Reynaldo (Moreno) Alaniz, and .I.M. Longoria are named officially and as in their individually capacity. Ih his s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

IS HAVING A '" """I THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Tower visit open to general public I — • *- •! n i . > , i ii i n tt..i a rfniMi' f' r\m yi iff nu and [fashions anounJ the clock Now at our new location on E. Hwy. 83 ROMA 849-1510 While in the lower Valley visit our Mother Shoppe 112 N. 12th Edinburg Elect the clean electric range. Our generation is for you. Tired of being told what hind of do// ring you want? Gold Lance class rings—as "official" as the ring you've been told to buy before! The Contempo The Lancer , The Countess The Earl & The Sweetheart k</b The Petite C Joke your pick. TH&e Jewelers 4 S. MAIN ST. DIAMOND-WATCHES McALLEN LEADERS IN NK-18 K RINGS The Rio Grande City Rotary Club v.lio will sponsor a visit from U.S. Senator John Tower of Texas will open the speaking engagement to the general pub- lic and school government clas- ses, This was the latest an- nounced by Rotary Club Presi- dent Cesar G. l eal. Tower will address t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERAI.D P\C.K 3 Munsell leads A & I marching javelinas KINGSVILLE -- Drum major Charles Munsel, Rio Grande City sophomore, led the Jav- elina Band onto the Astroturf in Houston as the Texas Ail University footballers engaged Texas Southern University in the Dome last Saturday. Feature twirlers announced by Director Joe Bellamah will be Dinah Gillaspy, Falfurrias junior, and a pair of freshmen from Corpus Christi. Day Dav- is of Ray High School and Pat- sy Pompa of Miller. Carlos Rosales will assist Bellamah in directing the 130— piece band. Many of the techniques that were used Saturday, Bellamah said, stem from the marching band clinic held here this sum- mer with Michael Leckrone of University of Wisconsin as guest conductor. The band has been practicing since Aug. 28. Dennis Smith of Blanco isA&I band president. Other officers include David Kurtz of San An- tonio, first vice president, Ken- neth Shoquist of Raymondville, second ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 The typical American home is a potential death trap for the un- suspecting child and the unwary adult. According to the Public Health Service, each year 500,000 children swallow a poi- sonous household product which has been left within their reach -and 500 die. A recent move by the Food and Drug Administration is a step in the right direction to overcome this hazard. After September 13, 1972, manufacturers of cer- tain liquid furniture polishes will have to package their pro- ducts in childproof containers. The regulation covers liquid furniture polishes that contain at least 10 per cent mineral seal oil, which is a crude form of mineral oil used to put a shine on furniture. When swallowed by children such polishes can cause lung disease. Furniture polish packages must pass two tests under the new regulations. First, a sam- ple of children under five years...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 ■1 Senator LLOYD BENTSEN CRIME CONTROL On its first day in session following Labor Day, the Senate gave quick approval to four crime control measures. Some of these bills would provide relief and assistance to victims of crimes; others set tougher penalties for cim- inal violations than now exist; all of them are designed to curb the growing rate of crime that continues to plague our nation. One of the bills to which Sen- ators gave overwhelming ap- proval provides benefits for the families of police officers who are killed in the line of duty. This measure offers $50,000 to the dependents of police, sheriffs, guards at correctional institutions, firefighters and national guardsmen who are killed or who suffer multiple maiming in the line of duty as a result of a crime. The bill also provides $25,000 for any officer who suffers a single maiming under the same circumstances. RECOURSE FOR VICTIMS Another measure that gair speed...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

, - 1 m0& CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C.— Much work remains to he done during the present session of Congress, but it is not too early to start giving thought to one of the most important issues that will come before the new Congress in 1973. This is the development of new farm legislation. The Agriculture Act of 1970 will ex- pire next year, so action on new legislation will be necessary. I try constantly to keep in touch with the agricultural sit- uation in South Texas. Now I es- pecially would like to be in- formed of any ideas our farm producers have about needed changes in the present law. Ag- riculture is a vital element in our region's economy—as, of course, it is in the nation's. As a member of the House Agri- culture Committee, I will be working to get the best law pos- sible in 1973. ROTC SCHOLARSHIPS—The Army, Navy and Air Force will award 6,300 new ROTC schol- arships, nationwide, for the 1973-74 college year. Interested South Texas high school...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 I 'I % 4 ~ •r • <r THE WILDLIFE MAN BRYAN ROBINSON Santa Ana National Wildlife* Refuge (PART IV OF A SERIES) Last week the "Chachalac i Trail" Information took you from old ebony tree to the West boundary ofSanta Ana Refuge. This week we will continue on the trail and discuss some of the re- fuge plants and animals. "Throughout the refuge you have seen large stands of prick- ly pear cactus. During April, a beautiful display of yellow, orange, red, and salmon flowers brighten the thonry nesting site of the cactus wren and ground dove. Note that many of the cacti have been eaten by the woodrat, or '^>ackrat", that uses the plan for food. There are over 450 different kinds of plants on the refuge, but one of the more interesting ones is Spanish moss, which is a member of the pineapple family. Twisted and gnarled trees also support many varieties of climbing vines. During the spring, and especially after a flood, the roads ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

STATE af THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Sen. Bentsen Pushes Tick Quarantine JAM- AUSTIN, Tex. « About 20,000 on Texas welfare rolls may lose their eligibility next month due to increased federal So- cial Security benefits. Probably 110,000 more may get a cut in state Old Age Assist- ance as the federal benefit goes up. However, Department of Pub- lic Welfare Commissioner Ray- mond W. Vowell emphasized that total income will still be higher even where state bene- fits drop. Federal law requires that state welfare agencies to count So- cial Security income in figur- ing financial need for welfare grants. Vowell said the Welfare De- partment is trying not to lower or deny welfare grants wher- ever possible. He advised welfare recipients to notify their local aid offices of any recent changes in their need or other income. Budgetary revisions in wel- fare procedures will permit continued assistance to about 4,700 old folks who otherwise would have had their we...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 GREEN THUMB DAYS... THUR.-FRI.-SAT.—SEPT. 14-15-16 Winn's A** POTHOS WILCOXI (Devils Ivy) 3 POT-4PLANTS PER POT Reg. 49<? ONLY WH Beautify your home with a wide selection of popular plants from Winn s.. .and take advantage of Winn's special low prices. It's the gracious way to celebrate Spring and Summer ... the whole year round. '• ,, '$> ■■>>! r .^PL ^ AR ALIA BALFOURIAN A m ■ CROTON CRAIGI -X >' DIEFFENBACHIA PICTA ASSORTED TROPICAL PLANTS 4 POT Reg. $1.19 YOUR CHOICE ONLY PHI LODE NDRON PERTUSSUM PHILODENDRON PANDUFORME 5A3 EACH ASSORTED TROPICAL , „ , PLANTS t4' 3 POT Reg. 59P each YOUR CHOICE r\ % S' NEPHTHYTIS GREEN GOLD «, TTfJ V*. AR ALIA BALFOURIAN A CROTON ELAINE APPLE LEAF CROTON FLUFFY RUFFLE FERN & ■■■ f. 4 POT Reg. $1.79 DIEFFENBACHIA PICTA 5 POT Reg. $2.49 ONLY i 1 ■ PHILODENDRON CORDATUM TOTEM POLE 18 TALL Reg. $2.49 ONLY USE YOUR... Winn's VARIETY STORES JSTARH PI AZA SHOPPING CENTER HIO G...

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

i & COLLECTION thursday', september m, 1972 •ni^ttcrt^ranttktn'titetm^geio ALL BOYS AND GIRLS BUY ONE FOR REGULAR PRICE GET SUMMER ,"0,"E'"<", WEAR AND SWIM WEAR Our shelves |\V are full of beautiful Children's wear- Only Boutique Juvenile offers the best selection "Children are our business... our only business" > SELECTED CHILDREN'S m **w STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER BOUTIQUE JUVENILE 7tleim4dle'& IT'S A PLACE FOR BUT BEST OF ALL IT'S A PLACE FOR YOU!! OUR SALE WILL SHOCK YOU YOU MUST SEE TO BELIEVE! 7Ka*H4e(£e'& STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 * -1 4 O • 1: a. Hk <• 4* DISCOUNT CENTER "USE NUESTRO PLAN DE SEPARO" CELEBRATING IIMNO 0AGONAL KkXICAfJO copo M€XlCA|gOS,ALqRITO P£ QU€RRA €1 AC£RO APR€STAD V €L BRIDCfysl, V R€yi£^IBL€ €|J SUS CefJJROS LA Jt€RRA AL SO^ORO RlKglR P€L CAN(fo. MEXICO'S INDEPENDENCE REG. 6.99 MEN'S >ac*. DOUBLEKNITS REG. 3.99 ire^i^ SUB JERSEY REG. 2.99 curtain material REG. 1.99 BOY'S QUILTED bedspreads REG. 10.95 REG. 5.99 HEN'S pants _ REG. 6.99 BOY'S jackets REG. 18.95 ladies! icaprflp MEN'S Safe sport jackets ^82° !'\ iT) llOSk REG. 4.99 shirts REG. $17.95 LADIES hi IU oils dresses $3 9 bra ml ii a in < 2for BOY'S shirts 0 REG. 8.99 REG. 3.99 blankets REG. 5.99 //

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

I (I ! . , NATION S NO oglGrtTER WAYS AREHtKfc/nj^ cfttfE NOIv) SHOP C (NORTHERI NAVY 3EAN! SEVEN BONE LB. CHUCK STEAK READY TO EAT SERVED HOT BAR-B-QUE DECKER'S SMOKED PICNIC WHOLE ONLY SLICED 49< LB. LB. LB. u CI CHUCK SHOULDER STEAK801 CALF LIVER FiNOii mm BARBECUE CHICKEN TAMALISREADY T0 EAT AND H0T BOLOGNA-SALAMI BACON SMOKIES FRANKS tEADY TO EAT EACH SWIFT PREMIUM SWIFT PREMIUM SWIFT PREMIUM SWIFT PREMIUM 12 OZ. PKG. LB. 12 OZ. PKG EACH 12 OZ. PKG. u>. 75* «.75* LB. 55( $1.25 59< 89* 75* 59* DOZ. VELVEETA CHEESE CHEESE BISCUITS BACON ENDS SINGLE WRAP KRAFT AMERICAN 2 LB. BOX 99* 12 OZ. PKG. 65* BALLARD DECKER'S 3 LB BOX 10* 89* DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Coll 467-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 - Registered Pharmacist Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop Lino Canales Jr General Manager Rio Grand* City St.rr Plan Shopping Ctnttr j , A 52 PIECE PICNIC KIT 98c 39 d 69< 59( PUNCH GT. stzr 69C CONTADINA TOMATO SAUCE .« IOC CRISCO OIL « , 99< VIVA ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

-OLD TIP (NORTHERN BEANS, BUTTER BEANS, BABY LIMAS, NAVY 3EANS GOLDEN HOMINY, RED KIDNEY BEANS, BEETS AND CARROTS ■foH . MISS CLAIROL SHAMPOO claWM.® *J FORMULA REG. $1.79 BAYER ASPIRINS WITH THIS COUPOH $fl39 RINSO COlOB llE- cH MISS KING SIZE GOOD: VAL-U-MART EXPIRES: 9-17-72 m? REG. 77< PHILLIPS Milk of Magnesia 26 OZ. REGULAR OR MINT REG. 1.29 L.B.T. BABY POWDER 9 OZ. REG. 59C WITH THIS COUPON SNOWDRIFT ^■SHORTENING JS f i Snotudrift w fip.haiMi"- 3 LB CAN GOOD: VAL-U-MART EXPIRES: 9-17-72 SCOPE f A\vX GLEEM TOOTHPASTE 7 OZ. REGULAR 85< SCOPE ZBT Baby ■ Ay s % FAMILY SIZE REG. I.I9 LUSTRE , „„y , CREME I iwdir . HAIR SPRAY 1 REG. 59< CREAMORA FAMILY SIZE GOOD: VAL-U-MART WITH THIS COUPOH I fl EXPIRES 9-17-72 coupon nv)T(Zj) WITH THIS COUPON CARNATION • -• /■ *0^ vo* %Movfon regular Miners m IN-A-JU'G 4 . JA KA; <AN CAT FOOD 6 OZ. 12 OZ FROZEN FOODS FALFURRIAS 24 OZ. COTTAGE CHEESE {)j MORTON MEAT LOAF _ . FISH un^ I BEEF ENCHILADA DINNERS BANQUET APPLE PEACHES CHERRY...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

I I I II I, IS Moa®® *~ll wojeg .-[■ |o' ^5 "oJ«g * "11 Iuo->«g -[| ttttttttIi nrTwii nn ■■■■■■■* *♦15 uoJca H| irrmrr : V* 0"0 $Y f DIEZ-Y-SEIS SEPT. 14-15 16* 17 SEPTIEMBRE SALE ^CELEBRATING OUR NEIGHBOR'S INDEPENDENCE! YOUNG MEN'S FLARE PANTS SA VALUES TO $13.00 PRICE... '62° HAGGAR MUSTANG SLACKS Slioy> PRICE... SKINNY RIB PULLOVERS l-« fiaroxi PRICE FROM . WHITE FLARE ^ JEANS $X® SHORT SLEEVE tDRESS SHIRTS VALUES TO $9. Sfl 95 L<& 6aror> JARMAN FASHION SHOES VALUES TO $?? 90 $ ■ 090 ; L« 6aro>i _ OPEN SUNDAYS 1*4 Bar^n Shv STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 Gifts, Gifts, Gifts RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP !lf(\ IS FULL TO THE BRIM WITH GIFTS AND GREAT GIFT IDEAS POTTER) CR VST \L RADIOS GLASSff tRE SUAERVARE and HUNDREDS OF OUR GIFT IDEAS cjZ3 RAMIREZ STARR PLAZA shopping ci:m i:r SHOP mm budgets WE'RE HELPING MEXICO N E P E N D E N C E D A Y SEPTEMBER 16 Everybody needs new shoes... all at the same time. We ve got the...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

JAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE WO GRANDE HERALD PAGE If, INDEPENDENCE CELEBRATION FOR MEXICO cS DOUBLE KNIT PRINTED SOLIDS DOUBLE KNIT REMNANTS COTTON DACRON 0NDED ■knits BRIDE NOW COMPLETELY STOCKED SHOP AT PLAZA FABRICS ZIPPERS DOUBLE KNIT TRIMMINGS Q YARDS $125 shopping center 1 VJ&- 05. — If your car is a little under the weather- bring it to Cantu's Enco Station BRAKE FLUID 55< SPARK PLUGS FOR VWS . S9< BATTERY <7 r / CHARGE / DV Take Advantage of our big Sale For Your Car... CANTU'S ENCO SERVICE STATION STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 487-2145 WE JOIN IN THE CELEBRATION OF MEXICO'S INDEPENDENCE JURA(Vf€KTO A LA BAfJD€RA BAND6RA K M&ICQ LS^ADO KfWSTROSH&OQ SfMBOLO KIA UHIDAD K fJUKTROS PADR65 y K SUGSTROS HtRfilAfJOS. T€ pROfifere/MOS: S€R SI€fvipR€ fl€i£S A LOS pRIfJCipiOS K LA LIB6RTAD y D6 JLfSTKIJA QU6 HAC6fJ K (JUESJHA PATRIAIA HAOOfj IfJDCptEfJDICfJJC.HU^AflAy (^egOSA A LA QU€ 6fJTR€^A^10S fW€STRA exisreNOA. JOIN US FOR A CUP! RATTLERS DEN STARR PLAZA SHOPPI...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

SDAV, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1G STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER FOR Famous Name BATH TOWELS ;<3Tvy - 4 -M$k f0R -1- ^ $roo 3h 5? Big, thirsty bath towels in (acquards, prints and solids — lovely decorator colors to accent your home. In 24"x 44" and 24"x46" sizes. Values to 3 50, if 1st quality. Extra savings on an always needed item CELEBRATING MEXICO'S INDEPENDENCE MEXICANOS AL 6RITO DE GVERRA SHEETS LADIES' POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT SOLID PATTERNS PANTS s5? 99 1.99 VALUE BONDED KNIT 60" WIDE 51 00 YARD $1.59 VALUE POLYESTER CREPES SOLID-PATTERNS $ I.' $4.79 VALUE POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT 60" WIDE 2 - 57.00 DAN RIVER (FLAT OR FITTED) SECONDS pERMANENT I'kkss TWIN FULL $2 i2 $2 4 GROUP I BATH TOWELS 2 $I5 00 CANNON TWIN-FULL COTTON RAYON t LL SPREADS 530° SECOND $5.99 VALUE • ALL COTTON CANNON WOVEN REG. $8.99 SECONDS FULL SIZE SPREADS $6" 5 SHEERED TEA-TOWELS REG. S9< EACH Special Purchase Value THIRSTY BATH TOWELS GROUP NO. 2 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT PANT SUITS...

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

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 \ .iV X i. _ f. * i' * {• I ■ I r- .i 4' RIO GRANDE VALLEY GINNING REPORT AND COMPARISON CHART Compiled anil distributed weekly during the Lower Rio Grande Valley cotton harvest season by the Valley Cham- ber of Commerce in cooperation with the Rio Grande Valley Ginners Association C0UHTV week Ending 9-5-72 Total to date.-'11 In compaliion ulitk total to date. joi 4ame weefc ending in yeai ihoiJn. 1111 1970 1969 196 6 CA.ER ON 8, 186 107,500 92,690 68,153 109,768 80,0 34 HI IMLG0 7,040 101,110 98,042 56,723 130,6 25 77,704 STARR 359 2,465 1 ,929 1 ,895 3,416 2,256 ill LLACV 3,647 66,279 60,922 35,487 54,244 43,279 VALLEV TOTAL 19,232 277,354 253,583 162,258 298,053 203,273 Cotton Season Comparison Fig WESLACO — The cotton har- vest continued strong last week, with 48,381 bales ginned to bring the total for the season to 258. 122 hales, according to the weekly bale count compiled by the Valley Chamber of Com- merce. The ginni...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14. 1072 Watergate Money Has Mexican Connection THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 WASHINGTON - Mon- ey from Mexico linked to the Watergate affair was part of 5700.000 in secret Nixon cam- paign gifts stuffed into a suit- case and rushed to Washington in an oil company plane last spring, according to a con- fidential House staff report. The document, distributed Tuesday night to members of the House Banking Committee, also said a Southwestern fund raiser for the President's cam- paign had contradicted denials of involvement with the Mod- can transactions by chief Nixon fund raiser Maurice H. Stans. Committee investigators said they were unable to determine if the money— $100,000 in ail- actually came from Mexicans or from U.S. citizens living in that country. But they said that on the sur- face it appeared the money was from foreign nationals and, if that is true, accepting it is a violation of U.S. tanking laws. The 58-page report, compiled during the past several we...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

« THURSDAY', SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 _ OLD WIVES TALES are *•* -1~ -A r ^ ■ _ I A. i - -41H Old wives laics arc dangerous anytime. Hut when they're about venereal diseases, they can he positively perilous. Syphilis and gonorrhea are two different dis- eases. Both are curable when treated by a repu- table physician. FOR INSTANCE laic: You Ciin catch venereal diseases tnun contact with a bathroom seat, a doorknob, shaking hands, etc I ruth: Iortunatelv noi V enereal diseases are transmitted only through intimate sex contact with an infected person lak-: Once sou have had \ I) you never have to worry about having another case I ruth: rhere is no immunity to the venereal diseases N ou can catch venereal intentions any number ol times I; all depends on how many times you .ire exposed laic: Gonorrhea is caused by strain, as in lifting .1 heavy object I ruth: I itling and straining have nothing t< do with gonorrhea I ike syphilis, it is caught through intimate s...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

' ■u vV-v./^! ,y-- THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALDPAGE 20 Equality In Education Denied To Most American School Children WASHINGTON, D.C.--A ba- sic precept of the nation's pub- lic schools is that each child should be provided opportunity for the best possible education. Yet, as the United States prepares to celebrate its 200th anniversary four years from now, millions of schoolchildren are denied this basic American birthright, according to theNa- ational Education Association (NEA). A major reason for inequal- ity of educational opportunity is that the kind of schooling a child receives depends in most cases on the wealth of his com- munity. Is the school district com- posed mainly of high, middle, or low income families? Does the dlsTHlct have sufficient com- mercial and industrial proper- ty to build an adequate tax base for operating schools? Is pro- perty taxation equitable? The answers to these ques- tions determine whether a child has access to kindergarte...

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