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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 ;i: r f- 4 i i ' From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer What's the biggest communi- cable disease problem in Texas today? Diphtheria? Polio? Measles? Rubella? These are serious diseases and are distinct ttireats if the immunization levels decline. But the ones getting highest priorities in Texas and the na- tion right now are venereal diseases, says your State Health Department. If that comes as a surprise, there's a reason. VD is some- thing people are unaccustomed to talking about. It has always been there, silently exacting its toll as a dangerous crippler and killer. But venereal disease was and is a silent epidemic. There are no preventive vac- cines to take for syphilis and gonorrhea, so the diseases keep occurring — and spreading un- der a mantle of secrecy, fear and social stigma. The Texas State Department of Health, with federal assist- ance, has started a state-wide public wareness campaign to let...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 ^ Bilingual program Rattlers popped oo-o; A meeting of the Bilingual Education Program Community Advisory Committee was held on September 1, 1972, at 3:00 p. m. at the Multi-Purpose Center to elect the officers for this committee for the 1972-1973 school year. The officers were elected as follows: President - Mrs. LydiaG.Gar- cia Vice President - Mrs. Estella Soils Secretary - Mrs. Tomasita Garza Following the election, the following decision was made by the committee. The meetings will be held at the Multi-Pur- pose Center at 3:00 p.m. every Thursday of the month. Howev- er, some meetings will be held at Grulla and La Union at the school cafeterias. Jose G. Villarreal, Director of the Bilingual Program, in- formed the parents about their rights and responsibilities. They have the right to assist the school administrators in the implementation of the program and disseminating information regarding the Bilingual Pro- gram. Mr...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 14 September 1972

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

BW81 ■■■■■■ wSoSw^s THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 i*£k (t Did you know that Si I "S Budget store in Laredo is completely out of used Furniture and Appliances? The demand for all used furniture and appliances that we can buy at our local store is very essential!!! Highest Trade-in Value Too <*y> Come See Us!i J «I vSKH? ;|f W ■ _A" liiiai AREDO URNITURE la* •• up to $75.00 for your old washer up to $10.00 for /our old lamp up to $50.00 for /our old dining room suite up to $75.00 for /our old gas range up to $100.00 for /our old refrigerator up to $25.00 for your old mattress and boxspring up to $125.00 for your old television 300 E. MAIN 487-2440 RIO GRANDE CITY TSTPR TRT TTTYR S lfd has the 9reatest selection of A famous brand name furniture and appliances in the Rio Grande Valley LFD is proud to EASY offer this sale remember, now is the time to trade-in your old furniture TERMS old furniture and appliances 36 MONTS TO PAY! *1 ■ - I w&bis*

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TPA AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER TEN CENTS Vol. XXI No. 38 Thursday, September 21, 1972 Rio (irande City, Texas * ' % * J." * / ' V - - BIENVENIDO SENOR PRESIDENT! t * * * + e* * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ■*.** + ■¥ * * * * ■ * * * * **-><* * M ::«5 mm •j | I J iSils?1#; r&g' !■ Public invited to attend RIO GRANDE CITY—Presi- dent Richard M. Nixon will pay a reciprocal visit to the student council members of this South Texas border town Friday. Nix- on told the members of the Rio Grande City High School student council group visiting the White House in the spring of 1971 that he would return the visit "if possible." The President will fly from the capital on Friday and land at Laredo Air Force Base. He will inspect the customs station there and then helicopter down to Rio Grande City for a speech before a school assembly. Nixon will then fly to former Secretary of the Treasury John B. Connally's ranch near Flor- esville to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 FOLKS from Page 5 Bilingual Education Mrs. Rene Gonzalez - Re- viewing the U.S. Constitution The purpose of study groups is to prepare the members to inform our students as well as the community as to it's func- tions and benefits derived from the topics. The general imple- mentation topic is "We the Peo- ple" and our goal this year is to assist in strengthening our community to be better in- formed >vith Federal Programs. The annual orientation recep- tion w'll be held at Mrs. Rodol- fo Perez residence in Roma September 26, 1972 at 8:00p.m. Professional Women holding a degree, from an approved col- lege or university interested in joining may contact Mrs. Benicio Barrera, membership Chairman or Mrs. Joe R. San- chez Co-Chairman. The following members at- tended for the organizational meeting: Ester P. Gonzalez, Oralia M. Pena, Eustolia R. Barrera, Celia R. Saenz, Maria Nela S. Sanchez, Olga G.Saenz, Emma Vera, Andrea Gonz...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

'TRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 People In The News • _ / • \ < f i A i a J :T • t -I >k "«&' — Kansas publisher Dolph C. Simons Jr., cited for his contri- tmtions in en sing tensions in a riot-torn Kansas city, has been selected as the 20th Elijah Par- ish Love joy fellow. Simons was named Tuesday by Colby College as the 1972 recipient of the Lovejoy award, Which honors the memory of an 182C Colby graduate who died defending his weekly news- paper press from a pros la very mob at Alton, 111., in 1837. Simons, president and pub- lisher of the lawrence (Kan.) Daily Journal-World, is also a director of The Associated Press and of the Ameri'an Newspaper Publishers Associ- ation. He was cited two years ago by Editor & Publisher maga- zine for helping ease tensions, through his newspaper, after ri- oting broke out in Lawrence over the killings of two young persons. While reporting the troubles, Simons was fired on several times but wasn't hit. He als...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

PROGRESS AND THANK YOU by County Judge Mario E. Ramirez M.D. EDITOR'S NOTE ~ Following is a complete breakdown in the oroeress of the county as defined by Countv Judee Mario Ramirez. The report although released about two weeks ago is published to show the readers of the Herald the progress that has been made by the county. The report . . . * * * * It is important that the people of this county continue to be informed of what we have been accomplishing, where we stand right now, and where we hope to go for the future. Singular credit is due no one! Many individuals deserve recognition. If progress is to continue, community cooperation will be mandatory. The county budget for 1973 has just been completed. For the first time in many years, the budget does not reflect a deficit, and instead shows a surplus balance of approximately $70,000.00. (The 1971 budget was prepared with an anticipated deficit of $221,000.00 and the 1972 budget with a deficit of $51,200.61.) Drastic cuts were mad...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

-f- ^1.. -* • Patty fliet 6a*He fo yieet . . . Tfit&H FIRST VISIT — When the Rio Grande City Student Council visited the White House a great moment in the lives ol every student came to a climax when President Richard M. Nixon stepped out of his busy office and visited with them and re- ceived their gifts. Patsy Ram- irez is pictured here extending an invitation to President Nixon during that visit. This Friday Presiden' Nixonvisits Rio Grande City t<j repay that visit by the student council. (Herald photo courtesy of Dr. Mario E. Ramirez.) FOlKS & Facts South Texas Artmobile area chairman, Stella G. Zarate, PHARMACY TOPICS * * Disease of the gums is the most common cause of tooth loss In people over 35. * * * If you lift a 25-pound item improperly, you put a strain of 500 pounds per square inch on your lower spinal area. * * * If you lift a 25-pound item pro- perly, you put a strain of 500 pounds per square inch on your local spinal area. ♦ * * All children go through th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

1 I I c THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972, THE RIO GRANDE HERALD, PAGE6 Grand jury request appearance of five Five employees of the Rio Grande City Independent School District appeared before a federal grand jury in Laredo with all record corresponding with their respective offices. The grand jury probe has had a continuing investigation into the local schools district. No indictments were requested of the grand jury at this time. Appearing before the grand jury were School Board Presi- dent Arnoldo Gonzalez, School District Business Manager Jorge I. Guerra, Beatrice Gar- za, a Licensed Vocational Nurse with the district, Adelina Gar- cia Lopez, who requested to be excused frail appearing because she is expecting and Noe San- chez director of the NYC pro- gram. Food Stores Under Probe DALLAS — Three Texas supermarket chains— two in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and one in Lubbock— have been Included in a nationwide in- quiry by the Internal Revenue Service in a nationwide inquiry by the Int...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

• T i. t: t - -i- - f. ► v -f •t THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 PROGESS REPORT FROM PAGE FOUR here permanently on his own. Many of us have been concerned because our community has never had low rental houses available for our families who are in greatest need. The Starr County Housing Authority was created last year and its members have been working diligently attempting to obtain funding for this purpose. We have recently been notified that the Department of Housing and Urban Development has approved our application for the construction of G4 such units (C one bedroom houses, 2G two bedroom units, 2G three tiedroom units, and G four bedroom houses). These buildings will Ix; of a wood frame and brick veneer. Most of the houses will !>e constructed in the Rio Grande City area, but a few will be built at other sites. Low income fam- ilies will be the only ones to qualify as rentors and a family re- quiring a two liedroom home can expect to pay approximate...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

I I I I 1 D.C. Chapa turns government witness THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Editor's Note--D.C. Charm, of Duv:d County gets immunity from prosecution and starts an- swering questions in the special federal grand jury's probe into the financial affairs of political boss George Parr. ♦ ♦ ♦ A special federal grand jury last Friday granted immunity to a Duval County official who has CPL request for rate increase A request for the first gen- eral rate increase in Central Power and Light Company's 50-year history (was) present- ed to Roma and La Grulla and was approved by City Council CPL Manager F.L. Niederjohn said today. He said that the proposed in- creased would affect all CPL residential, commercial and industrial customers, uere in Starr County, the increase in an average CPL customer's electric bill would lie approxi- mately $1.30 per m o n t h. Throughout the Rio Grande Val- ley, this would add about a nick- el per day to a customer's bill. In asking C...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

. I - . \ J., ■I T . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Sawyer Honored John Sawyer, an Edinburg resident for 22 years, was honored by over 300 of his friends at a farewell dinner Monday in the Hidalgo Room at the Echo. Sawyer, vice president of business affairs at Pan Ameri- can University, will leave his position Oct. 1, 1972, to assume similar duties at a new univer- sity in Tyler. Sawyer was honored by a large turn-out which culminated with the presentation of a new car to him. The new car was fin- anced by ticket sales, donations and gifts from friends. It was not financed by the Edinburg Chamber of Commerce. Sawyer said, before being presented with the keys to the new car, "I can't imagine why I am up here tonight. I can think of 100 people out there who have more reason to be up here than I." "My son, John T., noticed that I did not eat much for dinner tonight and he asked me if it was because I had 'wobbly dentures.' No, it was not be- cause I have "wob...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 I I I It « k Viewing Mexico's Hidden History By Bill Boykin KOHUNLICH, QUINTAN AN ROO, Mexico — Several hun- dred Mayan andToltec archeol- ogical sites huddle in the jungles of Mexico from Veracruz state through Quintana l?oo territory that have never been chopped from beneath their jungle cover. This intriguing area can be a newspaperman's dream or a nightmare. Why? Because there are so many questions to ask about the ancient civiliza- tions that were here when the Greeks were still in tents — and there are few answers to these questions. Why did these advanced civili- zations disappear? Were there plagues, social revolutions? Did the soil became barren? Were some killed by Spaniards? Was it a combination of all these factors? Porbably. It becomes very frustrating for newspaper editors and re- porters to search for the facts in books, tourist material, and Tisten to lectures by tour guides. They frequently disagree. One "ex...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

PTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 X I. 4 • j - F i H.L. Hunt Breakfast With Billionaire Hunt dallas - H. l. Hunt, maybe the richest man in the world, popped a date into his mouth and smiled around it. "I'm a crank about creeping," he said. Creeping? "You get down on all fours and walk on your hands and knees," the 83-year-old health fiin explained. He promptly dropped down to the floor of his antique dining room to demon- strate. "You see, you look at your little finger of each hand as you walk the hand forward and that turns your head side to side. Its natural exercise, like when you were an ape," he said. He chuckled and his wife, Ruth, looked concerned. Hunt was creeping around the table so fast the photographer couldn't focus on him. He didn't even put on his creeping knee pads, just dropped to the floor in his blue pin stripe suit. "She doesn't creep," Hunt said of his wife when he re- turned to his breakfast plate. He munched grapes, pecans, dates and an apricot, ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PACE 12 Nixons All Campaigning COMING HOME — Coming home for the presidential visit in Rio Grande City will be Patsy Ramirez who was president of the student council when the local students travelled to Wash- ington to visit with President Nixon. Patsy is a second year student at Manhattanville in New York. Miss Ramirez will lx> part of the official greeting party for the event in Rio Grande City. All the students that made the trip during the trip to Washington are l>eing invited to attend the ceremonies here at the high school when President Nixon pays a return visit. Also in the picture and expected for the local visit are Sylvia Hino- josa a second year student at the University of Texas and Ida (BB) Garza a third year student at Incarnate Word College in San Antonio. (Herald Photo courtesy cf Dr. Mario E. Ramirez) vie WASHINGTON - Con- gressional fashioners of a reve- nue-sharing program say they have resolved a big-state...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

- Thursday! September 21,1972 the rio ghande herald page 13 f - f . .. new county hospital — County Judge Mario E. Ram- irez announced to Rotary Club of Rio Grande City the new and final plans being made on the hospital. The artist con- cept of the hospital has become detailed design for construc- tion which will get underway by the beginning of the year. The forty plus bed hospital is being financed by Hill-Burton Funds of 9 0% for a total of $1,300,000.00. The county lias received the money for the $400,000.00 in bonds that the county approved last year. The money is to match federal funds. Speakers Slated To Appear At PAU Five members of the Pan American University faculty and one from Southern Methodist University are on the agenda to speak during the fall semester to 14 juniors enrolled in a new honors studies course, entitled university forum. Dr. Fred Ellis, associate professor of astro-science, was the forum's initial speaker this week. Other speakers slated to appear later ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE.14 If i ij; 1 I IJjf; I I , M IS I I 1 k CPL PRESENTS SCIENCE SHOW AT INTERMEDIATE — Over ICO sixth grade students attended a science show and an exhibi- tion Wednesday, Septemlier 13th, at the High Sclux>l Cafeteria according to Rene Rolando Lopez, principal. I-red Collins, representing Central Power and Light Co., discussed the differ- ent aspects and history of electricity. The program was brought to the Intermediate students through the efforts of the local CPL Company's manager, F.L. Lightnin Neiderjohn. QUEEN OF FIESTA DE PATRIAS — The granddaughter of Mrs. Anastacia Ramos Lozano and Genaro Lozano of Roma was elected Queen of Fiesta De Patrias of Chicago Heights, Illinois. The Queen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar and Diaman- tina Garcia of Sauk Village, Illinois. Gracie is the youngest queen elected of the coveted Fiesta De Patrias. The crowning is held in Chicago Heights as part of Mexican Independence Day. His...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE IS STATE , f y' ... - - t _ AUSTIN, Tex. — Gov. Pres- ton Smith, as had been long re- ported, summoned legislators back to Austin Monday to con- sider competitive insurance rates and strengthened budget controls for the governor. He spelled out his recommen- dations in a joint session of the House and Senate. While he has indicated he will battle to put his recommenda- tions across, Smith said he has no plans to call more than one 30-day special session. On the other hand, he is re- luctant to open the session a- genda to permit consideration of other matters until the com- petitve rating bill has been dis- posed of. Smith said he considers as the most important step toward insurance reform and consum- er protection replacement of the system of rate-setting by the State Board of Insurance with a competitive rate sys- tem. Recent attorney general's op- inions, complained Smith, have virtually stripped the governor of authority t...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 21 September 1972

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