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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

-f- ; T . L * « ) V. / I - - i -I - THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 Educators of the Week... Editor's Note—This is the first in a series of articles about the Rio Grande City High School faculty. This series of inter- views is only one of many service projects planned by the Fu- ture Teachers of America for this school year. Each week in- terviews of members of the R.G.C. High School faculty will ap- pear. In this first set of interviews the high school adminis- tration is featured. ******* ■HIP A ■mm "mm '■ i'4 Ruben Saenz—Rio Grande City High School welcomed back Ruben Saenz as Principal after a year's absence. Mr. Saenz, a native of San Isidro, is married to the former Olga Guerra; and they have two sons, Ruben, aged 11 and Ricardo, aged 9. Saenz, at this time, holds a B.A. from Pan American University, and an M.S. from Texas A. and I. While working on his B.A. Saenz also studied at Alaska University and the University of Mary- land. He has further done ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 1 j [H ,1? I rKooky' Diets Can Be Dangerous To Health NEW YORK -- People who go in for "kooky" diets that allow only a very few selected foods may be heading for trouble. Living on Just a very few types of vegetables, or on noth- ing but rice, for instance, or cutting down on calories for a very long time is not likely to provide the optimal amounts of all the nutrients the body needs for everyday good health. Take vitamins as an exam- ple. There are 13 you should be getting regularly, according to the National Research Council. And then there are essential minerals like calcium, phos- phorus, iron and zinc. Not to forget adequate amounts of pro- tein and at least some fat and carbohydrate. Vitamin B-12 is a good case in point. ' 'Anyone who becomes a strict vegetarian for months or years on end and refuses to eat any meat, fish or dairy products runs the risk of using up the body's store of vitamin B-12. Eventually he may de...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

THE RIO GRAN EE HERALD THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 Rattlers stomp La Joy a... 35-6 host Hebbronville here Friday PAGE 7 1" ONE-STOP MfMBER >V SAHBORN-S Travel Service Fairway Center - McAllen - Phone MU2-3401 travel service Planning a Coribbeon crui*«? A trip to Europe ... Mexico Hawaii? You con comport them all under one roof of our office! We'r« ogtn for tfeomtkip airlines, Hotels, sightseeing companies, tKrougK it the world. \ .V" \ - iaK LARRALDE Roy Larralde spots some La Joya Coyote defensive lineman approach him as he scampers around right end for a 30 yard gain. The Rattlers defeated the Coyotes 35- 6 in pre-district play in Rio Grande City last week. The Rattlers led 7-6 till halftime when the Rattler offense broke loose and defeated the La Joya eleven. RESIDENTIAL - COMMERCIAL Call Direct Or Collcct - Day Or Nifht | «MN UM | 383-4621 "Free Estimates Without Obligation' PUNCH MINING FRANKFORT, Ky The state is drafting regu- lations for "punch mining" — a technique invol...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

- * ]\ sl € THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 Hope For Parents Whose Children Have Unknown Fears — The 1972 Mississippi River Festival ended its six-week summer season with a surplus of $15,850. This will be used against a deficit carried over FESTIVAL MAKES MONEY from the preceding year, reduc- ing the deficit to J10.495. Plans were made for another festival next year. The festival, which included 12 concerts by the St. Louis Symphony and 16 pop-rock-folk events, was held for the fourth season on the campus of South- ern Illinois University here. COLLEGE STATION -- Par- ents are aware that every child has his share of fear and anxi- ety, but often they aren't aware of the sources. Dorthy Taylor, family life specialist with the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service, dis- cussed these very real prob- lems for many families today and offered parents hope for solving thern. In many cases parental a- wareness of a child's fears comes into focus during his first ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 3972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 - iL V Nixon holds attention of student body with spirited talk n.S.ir^v:|> frit «a ——-—'—77* rttttft**UVJ Ask IRS This column of questions and answers on the President's Eco- nomic Stabilization Program is provided by the Internal Reve- nue Service and is published as a public service. The column answers questions most fre- quently asked about wages and prices. * ♦ * Q - My local supermarket has always issued trading stamps and cashed personal checks. Recently, it discontin- ued these services. Does this constitute a price increase? A - Discontinuing trading stamps is a price increase, but halting the practice of check cashing is not. A decrease in the quality of a service which directly benefits a customer constitutes a price increase. Trading stamps are a direct economic benefit to the consu- mer since they can be re- deemed for valuable merch- andise. However, check cash- ing is a convenience service which does not di...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

s •«" pptfMMIMMNM CRYING COUNTS, says Dr. Murray Feingold, director of the center for Genetic Counseling and Birth Defect Evaluation at the Boston Floating Hospital for Infants and Children. Dr. Faingoid says the sound of an infant's cry may be a clue in locating many disorders. Infant's Cry Is Helpful In Diagnosing Problems Does your new baby seem to cry too often? — or does he strain to cry but make very little sound? A pediatrician specializing in congenital disorders believes an infant's cry can provide valuable help in diagnosing problems such as cretinism, central nervous system damage and congenital heart disease — and has authored a new cas- sette tape program to train oth- er pediatricians in this method. "So many disorders result in a characteristic cry — or a crying impairment — that phy- sicians examining an infant should make him cry at some point in the examination, if he doesn't do so spontaneously.' explains Dr. Murray Feingold. director of the Center for Gen- etic C...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

Thursday; September 28.1972 the rio grande herald page 15 - * Lr I • r I 1 wmm ^PV• , : 1 QUESTION: rwii aj8L*/ 1 m i4 7, s -« - / ■ ■ *.•■,"■ VS kvss I I i WMmZm&k wmmm h£s&^ i ®1| I Pf i I ' H, . Hi / * . .is. JVa i fetes, aass i> * rnmmm 1 j & ' «3feS i.aS--* > ' ' ; V • V / iSitfii mmmm &wwm |Pj| f|: ;■ f ..' - >-< - -- ^ 886® 5|'r . *•? ,:S *sh :'v IS YOUR FRIEND WHEN YOU'VE GOT VD? / * No Whether you know you have a venereal disease, or merely suspect you might have been exposed, your very best friend is a licensed physician. He might be your family physician or a doctor who works in a public health clinic. No one else can properly evaluate your case, one else can safely administer the appropriate treatment for active venereal infection. Both syphilis and gonorrhea can be cured. The earlier treatment is begun, the better. Usually it only takes one or two shots of penicillin. If you can't take penicillin, there are other drugs. But they must be admin...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

Legal Notice STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT AND CIRCU- LATION (Act of August 12, 1970: Section 3G85. Title 39. United States Code) 1. Title of Publication: The Rio Grande Herald 2. Date of Filing: September 1972 4. Location of known office of publication (Street, city, county, state, ZIP code) (Not printers) 103 E. 2nd Street, Rio Granae City, Starr, Texas 78582 5. Location of the headquar- ters or general business offices of the publishers (not printers): G. Names and addresses of publisher, editor, and managing editor: Publisher (Name and ad- dress): James V. Mathis, 210 E. University, Edinburg, Texas Editor (Name and address): James V. Mathis, 215 E. Uni- versity, Edinburg, Texas Managing Editor (Name and address): Raul Trejo, 103 E. 2nd Street, Rio Grande City, Texas 7. Owner (If owned by a cor- poration, its name and address must be stated and also imme- diately thereunder the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock....

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

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 I 4 I •'If 4 T < * « - - A. - - . - - N* - \ X ** r &Ss S \ Nixon greets local well-wishers ■i • i1 « ■ . .• . 4V* . *' J.1*! • J®v;; , ' : • \ West Grammar children anxiously await president- Tips Given For Cooking Game Birds Hunting seasons for dove and quail are approaching for most parts of Texas. Although dove season has opened in the nor- thern zone, elsewhere the sea- sons don't begin until later. Frances Reasonover, foods and nutrition specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, pointed out that dove and quail make tasty wild game treats when properly dressed and prepared. "Age quail and dove at a tem- perature just above freezing for 24 to 28 hours to remove some of the gamey flavor which may detract from eating plea- sure," the Texas AiM Univer- sity specialist directed. She recommended dry-pluck- ing the birds, rather than skin- ning them, to conserve flavor and moisture. After they are plucke...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

Nixon leaves impression never to be forgotten By TED STONE RIO GRANDE CITY—A presidential promise made just a little more than a year ago in the Rose Garden at the White House was fulfilled Friday when United States Pres- ident Richard M. Nixon returned a visit to the students of Rio Grande City High School. President Nixon made that promise to a group of Rio Grande students who had worked and saved to accumulate the money needed to pay for that trip to Washington and when he came to town Friday he was greeted by some of 'hose original students, now in their second year of col- lege, along with the current Rio Grande City student body and about 6,000 other well-wishers. The President, accompanied on his South Texas tour by U.S. Sen. Lloyd Bentsen, U.S. Sen. John Tower and U.S. Rep. Eligio 'Klka' De La Garza, arrived in Rio Grande City shortly after 2 p.m. and moved through the cheering crowd to the Multi-purpose Center located on the high school grounds at Old Fort Ringgold. The pre...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

: I t : i h L F * Come See Us! That's What We're Here For Furniture THURSDAY'. SEPTEMBER 28, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 RAGANfTOS flDR CHARLES SCMUU. /A\E/wntfaA <rV> /i£ Hoy s V Uh CURSo V^KOtNO ' S£ 11A AAA * IMTRCOOC^ vCldTA A LA MATEMATIC^ I! V- DlflOt? rlii el.WlEMENIE. CaSTRE V DUE: 'V6W£ TAU MAT.?' V90/ Cp ? ;T'fe M'Bii rAVOClTO CE HOCVCV KO &7E/m£lNfMSAP- fSlANe dADGM0B£N NUE- NO, 60MPRA130N Oh Nt'EVO DV900 6o 1ErW esf£RWA$ .x^osauaAO)^7 Ut-BE- ^02 CCL *jEF£L Cfc L0£ftJ2to/jK>1A ENCLA- VE ! d CARTA? |M| «Jf# ijf# (j£g£Z£WV\ —r-\6^A0D LA te ^ 1 OVMtel! &AH60: dHA$MbV/NpR)gCb 4PRA *6ANao^ENE L0S" )( ws> maw E.0E ToOEfEV DBOFRAP IDQvtaCE ELMq^V ,'bNACA -tOEVpi MAN A HLVHD w# ijj# *JJ $§l... / PARA UN ~[RABAJ°, > A^nENGOGWEO^- l FPA2A(2/V\E... J /6^6^60lDCT! 'LA am A VEZ peg WO NOG AAATAN PDP CULPA DE£L! ! SL, j- \ See Us ^CUANpO SEYM A UNA /WQON DElJEfEflEUX MO^HQWV % HEME Life? ^ CAfiUEI^OP fgUE * ElLOS". EblO ME CAQUBd A6UNTOD ASuaiD WE HOBHBIE,...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 28 September 1972

Thursday; September 28,1972 the rio grande herald page 20 I I ;• flptt -4i ^ r • & h t ^6 v - v fK / '■ • -f . - ■■ % * S * mm COUNTY JUDGE AND NIXON President Richard M. Nixon smiles as County Judge Dr. Mario E. Ramirez leads him through a crowd of some 8000 to the Multi-Purpose Cen- ter where he was to address the student body. Dr. Ramirez was the official greeter when the president landed on the Rattler baseball field. Dr. Ramirez is pictured here on left. Death Penalty Asked In Special Cases AUSTIN, Tex. - State Rep. Jack Ogg of Houston asked Gov. Preston Smith today to permit the legislature to consider a bill allowing juries to impose the death pen- alty in certain cases. Ogg sent Smith a letter not- ing that a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision made Texas' death penalty law "at best in- operative or at worst in- applicable." The legislature currently is meeting in special session, but can consider only matters sub- mitted by the governor. Ogg said while the cou struck dow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

I* \ RIO GRAND! Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 1<> Thumlay, October 5, l*>72 Rio (iraiulc City, IVxas '# * ' r f «■ tell it like it IS. • • * 1 e/o MUl TREJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR Starr may gel more mobile health clinics J We found out this week that Ross LaGrange can not legally serve on the board of trustees due to nepotism laws. However, we're happy to Inform you of another re- signation that we were expecting. One of the officers of the board will soon resign and by December there should be some three vacancy signs on trustee chairs. The board should move quickly to fill the vacancies before *E1 T!o' forces one of those'Little Biddies' on the board. ♦ ♦ * * Actually the public should start naming some people they want on the board. One of the things that we hear constantly is how the •partldo' appointed so and so and not one 'people's man' was chosen. When one really thinks about it you'll find that the p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Educators of the Week... JULIA DECKER — Mrs. Julia Decker resides at 100 Arredondo Avenue with her husband Jorge E. Decker. Mrs. Decker re- ceived her Bachelor Degree in Science from Texas A&I Uni- versity, and received her Master of Science from the same school. Her major is education and her minors are social studies and English. She now holds the job of Counselor at the Junior High School and the Freshman class at the High School. While in high school she was a member of the National Honor Society, and the Student Council. And while in college she was involved in the Council of Interrelation Affairs. She is now a member of the Catholic Daughters of America, C.C.D. Club, N.E.A., T.S.T.A., and the Counselors Valley Wide Club. This summer Mrs. Decker attended Pan American University for the first semester. She is working towards her Counselor's Certificate. Mrs. Decker was born in Rio Grande City. She has been a teacher, adm...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

1 I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 ^ i - } % \ i J. i _v> _ 3 m-1 4 ■J *. <. t ♦ IVaCgxzeHA. FOR PRESCRIPTIONS W -t if t MRS. CRUZ GUERRERO is married to Cruz Guerrero of Roma where the couple presently resides and where they have raised four children. Mrs. Guerrero is a registered pharmacist and a graduate of the University of Texas. She pre- viously was employed by Ramirez Memorial Hospital and just recently with a Roma drug store. Mrs. Guerrero is the mother of a daughter Cynthia who will graduate this semester with a PE and Government majors, Carlos, a junior at Roma High School and Cecilia a Freshman at Roma High School and a young daughter Elizabeth who is presently in the seventh grade. Mrs. Guerrero joins Val-U-Mart Walgreen Pharmacy one of the best stocked and certainly one of the most modern pharmacy in Starr County. Come visit with her come and compare prices .... MULTI-VITAMINS. .AYT,.HAL ?■« We take Pride in announcing the employment of our...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

IRS steps in to look at CPL rate increases in south Texas THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 * ★ ★ New regulations adopted by the Federal Price Commission for Texas utilities will put the proposed South Texas rate increase of Central Power and Light Co, under commission scrutiny, spokesmen for the Internal Revenue Service, said yesterday. Under the new regulations which went into effect Sept. 18, a utility must report to the commission within 60 working days any increase granted by a town or city that exceeds 1 per cent of annual income. CPL is seeking asystemwide increase of about 6 per cent. Some 59 cities and towns in the CPL service area already have approved the increase, a CPL spokesman said. However, those increases as well as future ones will be subject to review by the Price Commission, commented Alvin Campos, local stabilization and compliance investigator and Jim Hundley of Austin, district stabilization manager for the IRS. The IRS is the investigativ...

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