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

/ { * 1 A- r r % • V tt I T - [ - f .* r •+ t - 1 0 FINAL CLEARANCE! htshions <wound the dock HOT PANTS ■ SUMMER | DRESSES / PANT SUITS '2 PRICE BATHING SUITS CLEARANCE COTTON DRESSES REG. 17.00 $6!° LADIES POLO SHIRTS REG.$20.00 *52 00 HOT PANTS REG. $12.00 $3.° 00 PANTS REG. 18.00 72 ONE RACK OF BEAUTIFUL FASHIONS HALF-PRICE SCRAMBLED SAYINGS Can you make sense out of these mixt'd up sentences by unscrambling the words printed in capital letters? The answers are printed below: 1. Never pour LARCHOAC TIGERLH on a fire. 2. Throw YLIO SAKG away, or keep them in a closed metal container. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE S 3. GRINPS is a good time to clean cellars, attics, closets and garages. 4. When members of The Hartford Insurance Group's Junior Fire Marshal program help in the clean-up. they help prevent RIEF. ajy — fr tSfuuds —g :s8bj X|io — g :jaqq8i| [BOSJBip—[ AII.KY JOINS CITY CENTER NEW YORK - The Alvin Alley American Dance Theater will become a per- m...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

Why tSHT'MRffa5 M}Af£ /A' rfjS 3/3^/c p wezfrfr1 yoU^ y&o fi/RfiTg ,T? THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Rio Grande City to host Conference of Churches >/ 7, The Southern District of the Rio Grande Conference of Churches will be meeting in Rio Grande City October 7 through the 8 th, it was an- nounced by Rev. Eubaldo Ponce of the First United Methodist Church here. The conference covers an area from Eagle Pass to Pearsall to Corpus Christi to Brownsville. "We are expecting about 100 delegates and lay and clergy re- presenting some 31 churches at this conference". Rev. Ponce said. The conference will be com- bined with a christian mission studies program. "This is the first time that such a conference has been held in our community and we want to put our best foot for- ward" Rev. Ponce added. Presiding over the conference will be the District Superinten- dent Rev. Jose Galindo of Mc- Allen. The sessions are open to the public. The schedule is as follows: S...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

- 4 - J. -A -i T -i- 1 L CDA open up busy THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 The Catholic Daughters of America, Our Lady of Mercy Court No. 1968 held the first regular meeting of the year at the Knights of Columbus Hall with Mrs. Griffin Taylor, pre- siding. Many issues were discussed, as well as, the highlights of mail received from the National Headquarters, State Regent, District Deputy, and the State Bulletin. The Personal Involvement Committee members in charge of the program gave reports on Personal Salification and Sis- ter Amata reported on recent decrees of the Holy See and the role of women in the liturgical celebrations. Tentative plans were made for the celebration on Sunday, October 15, which has been de- signated as National Catholic PROCLAMATION FOR CATHOLIC DAUGHTER OF AMERICA DAY WHEREAS, October 15, 1972, has been designated by the National Board of the Catholic Daughters of Ame- rica as "National Board of the Catholic Daughters of America as "N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

AARONSON jAPROVECHE ESTA ESPECIAL! SEUECCIONADOS CSPECIALMENTE PARA ESTA VENTA! ,-FABULOSAS ESPECIALES! ABRIGOS / n\ Finos de Gamuzo 'A Para Ninas Y VEST1DOS PANTALON DE CASA, CALLE Y FEST1VOS Para Damas «« ninas U Ttilts M 8 *1 13, M al I* y 14'/, al U'/t. jovencitas Vol. hasta 17.95 Vinyl « Pana, con fines adorn as de plal, hochurat fl nltlmat colorot da modi j an tod as lot tamanos. Vat. 7.99 CRtN ESPECIAL DE CUMPLEkMS! Pnlyrwr, trjido, jpran varw Jmi d< rolorrv murho* r-ti los rn todo* lo U marten Ijr romifiip aproverhar i-it* Rran r* perial, riirontrtra Ioh mat hrrmi)M > "*tll >! ;T«nlos rn nurvos rolorfs jFABULOSA ESPECI Y PANTALOHES PANT! Pana, Lana, Peluche Para Damas Oft Para Nina* J Jorenclt. 00 Acamponadot fflu ehot colorot para otcogor, «n todot lot tamaiiot. Tamanos 3 al 6i • 7 atl4. Twntnm 4 al 14. de En paiuu prlurhr lana o laminadiw. gran va Heda dde rntorri y ta manod. ajtuUblr. rn miiv atlrrmlf colors, Mtiloa A* Hrrrt* frrnt* o ron botonr* jAPROVECHE ESTA ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

MM V .. - Vr.:m 1.(9 l-i THURSDAY, OCTOBER G, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 From the desf of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Modical Officer You've heard it said that cur- iosity can kill a cat. It also can kill a child and is doing so, say state health offi- cials, thousands of times each year ik this country. More than 000,000 children — like the little girl next door or the toddler in your own home — will swallow poison this year. Most cases reported will in- volve children under five years of age. Sadly, virtually all of these poisonings are prevent- able. In Texas last year, there were nearly 200 fatal poisonings list- ed as accidental. According to figures released by the Na- tional Safety Council, there were 4,000 fatal poisonings in the United States. Of this total, over three-fourths occurred at home. The reason behind this ex- tremely high percentage of home accidents is simple. Common household products — those used for housekeeping and medicinal purposes — re- present the gr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

' DOLE (CRl DOLE PINEAPPLE grapefruit IUIC drink . - -- -3 -mm r.- • •*-.•• >•• > ccv s Fi - si zSew, from (arnation "" Spreadables j 712 OZ. cr FROZEN FOODS pOfl® -i . pot pies™1™.,,,, 5 $1.00 TOTINO'5 GOLDEN JERSEY TUNA. CHICKEN, HAM, HAM & CHEESE, CORNED Bl THROW-AWAY 16 • dinners39' coke p fish sticks« i 4 ™$|.00 ) orange , orange juice .™" ,h 5 $|.00 ( d"r00ptem5 shrimp pieces00l,mm l uc. 79' vgrape diamond foil SOFT PRINT 4ROLLS< FOR $1.00 daisy flour „ u $1,89 aurora 0 ™"' , « 3 s $1.00 scott cohfidets 39' storage bags cl'° 49' cake mix0."."""."'"" 3- $1.00 cremora .1 LB 60Z 77' SILVER DUST GIANT SIZE 69< wessoh oil )tw ]uc 99' PURINA -SO LB. BAG $5,99 crystal white ,„„49' detergent dog chos mr. bubble „ 0,,0, 19' dr|k detergent _ !i!s 99' corn KOUNTY KIST J for $,.00 fab detergent 01 ANT SHE 69' hungry jack it, 59' shortening """"0i""«. 69' scott towels - 0 0" ,,0li „c f0,39' produce FOR celery ji,0° radishes EACH orange juice 3 scotties100 ^ 010,5 3 - $1.00 ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

Uoole (crushed. chunk. sliced) af)j i lb 4 01. can V 7 3RAPEFRUIT juice 46 oz 3 ™ $1.00 6 TO 8 LB LB. E, CORNED BEEF, TURKEY IDAS JW-AWAY 16 OZ. /> USDA GOOD iEVEN BONE ROAST or SHOULDER BONELESS STEW OR v CHILI MEAT PROTEN BEEF Jl« 1A T-BONE STEAK PROTEN BEEF j,. .. SIRLOIN STEAK $U0 PROTEN BEEF --i CHARCOAL STEAK PROTEN BEEF(BLADE CUT) CHUCK STEAK - W PROTEN BEEF SHOULDER STEAK W PROTEN BEEF RIB STEAK « W PROTEN BEEF BONELESS gkjki BEEF BRISKET USDA GOOD END CUT . _. CHUCK STEAK LB 75' 1 6 PKG. CHORIZO "lb 39' EXTRA LARGE EGGS DOZEN 49^ AMERICAN KRAFT 12 OZ. SINGLE WRAP CHEESE 69' DECKER'S LB BOX BACON ENDS 89' SWIFT PREMIUM WAFER THIN . MEATS 3 $1.00 SWIFT PREMIUM BROWN AND SERVE ALL KINDS SAUSAGE „ 7S< SWIFT 12 OZ. PKG. BOLOGNA each 69' K™Y BAS CHUCK STEAK USDA GOOD BLADE CUT BEER THROW-AWAY PEARL BEER THROW-AWAY 6 PKG. -THE JUG SHOP LIGHT OLD CROW COLD DUCK 6 STH 3 99 $|99 5TH MQ.GEN DAVID TABLE WINE CONCORD ... $129 ♦ ♦ SANDEMAN SCOTCH *449 STH O • • o 1 FOR EVERY HUNTER...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texas THE FAMILY LAWYER _ The best advice and protection concerning automobile warran- ties is to buy from a dealer whose reputation you know and trust. It does not take much effort to determine how local auto dealers have handled war- ranty type work for your friends and acquaintances. Many problems which arise concerning "warranty work" are caused because the auto- mobile owner does not read the warranty he receives at the time of purchase. Until 1971 some automobile manufacturers gave a five year or 50,000 mile warranty on the power train. Now most auto- mobile manufacturers provide a warranty of 12 months or 12,000 miles, whichever comes first. How do you go about seeing that you get all that is coming to you under the warranty that came with your automobile? First, you should be con- vinced that the work to be done is covered by the warranty. Assuming that it ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

r/c USE NUESTRO PUN DE SEPARO iAPROVECHE ESTA ESPECIAL! FALDAS iAPROVECHE ESTA GRAN ESPECIAL! ,-NUEVOS ESTILOS PANTALONES Para Coballero Finas para Damas J>7 SPORT O DE VEST1R iAPROVECHE! Para Caballeros CAPRIS Mug* lirgi, c*l*m ll<*t i rtyu • cm di bujw, planchada par mananta taman*s chl eh*, mtdlano, granda 1 aitre panda Acampanados para Dama En ewtiloii rectos, o pli*a do* en todoa colore* y U mam* del 8 allH en it laa ar rybca.*. Vol. 8.99 MAGNIFICA ESPECIAL! Kn mudrrmn eatllo* y color** llaoa « ron dlbu)o*. No* ban begado mu cho* mi.* modemoa c*UIim j pUm-hado permanent*- U manu* S *J 15 poly enter y aljcodon Ban-Lon Para CabalUros - BUMS T Gran Variedad dt Esttlos! Para Dama U NUH1R0 ftcit PLAN Di APABfAD05' jNUEVOS ESTILOS Y COLORES! BLUSAS Para Dama Kn rulorr* p rn la trtnponuLa dp Otonn, Ifnpnius todo* lo U IAPROVECHE ESTA BRAN ESPECIAL! PANTALONES Y JEANS jAPARTE Y AHORRE! SWEATERS Tamanos 28 al 42 Para Caballeros Paro Dama Df< marc* nariona1- m f n 1 e anunriada ...

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

lii^mufcliartmii 11 "in 'ic'hihiii in'ivihw r:1 ■ • r- ' BIGGEST BALLET SEASON SARATOGA SPRINGS. N Y — The New York City Ballet had its biggest audience for a single performance this summer, on July 6, at its sum- mer home in the Saratoga Per- forming Arts Center Attendance was ahead of pre- vious years each week and therefore, the company had its biggest Saratoga season ever, with an over-all increase of 19.5 per cent over last year, or ap- proximately 13,000 more people. Total for the season was more than 80,000. The company, which did a "Salute to Stravinsky" week at Lincoln Center in early sum- mer, did many of those works at Saratoga, bringing more than 20 new ballets this year, which generated much interest PHARMACY TOPICS Researchers believe that the drug L-Dopa, effective against nervous disorders such as Parkinson's disease, may be useful in fighting breast cancer. * * * The number of women phar- macists is rising steadily. ♦ * * A new family of drugs called prostaglandins,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

E'S LOVELY, SOPHISTICATED, WITH A PROMISING CAREER -1 i k J I. llStiEi she THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 a*ul cOxe&it fatacv it... -nsrBf w- • >S'- ; " ■ K *}*■■■ ■ R-'-* m AN '7 <■>" 1 ' <«■ *■ Qu i Hi WiViw *itftria<J Syphilis makes no distinction between people and their station in life. If you're human, you're susceptible . . . under the right set of circumstances. And circumstances appear to be right very, very frequently. For example: Syphilis cases among Texans increased from 418 cases in 1958 to 2,453 cases in 1971 Texas is now reporting about 7.2 percent of all the syphilis reported in the nation. Maybe those figures mean we're doing a better job of finding it than other states. We'd like to do even a better job, but you'll have to help. Write to us today. Syphilis and gonorrhea are two different dis- eases. Both are curable when treated by a repu- table physician. Send Now For Your FREE BROCHURE Under Texas law, teenagers may be...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

STATE THURSDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 COUNTY AGENTS REPORT \ AUSTIN, Tex. — Senate re- jection of Secretary of State Bob Bullock to the State Insur- ance I^iard amid the special session's bitterest infighting opened new speculation as to who may get the job. Sources close to Gov. Preston Smith appeared to be deliber- ately encouraging rumors that former U.S. Sen. Ralph Yar- borough would be the Gover- nor's next choice for the Insur- ance Board. Yarborough himself said he had never been offered the post by the Governor or even felt out on his availability by interme- diaries. AFL-CIO President Roy Evans and State Sen. Oscar Mauzy formally urged Smith to designate Yarbrough, and Mauzy predicted the former senator could get state senate confirmation where Bullock and Larry Teaver failed. Would he take the job if of- ered? Said Yarborough: "That's entirely too 'iffy" a question." Seantors voted 19-11 (with one abstaining) for the Bullock con- firmation. Eleven o...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

r * -h , r t 1" THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 JAZZ PROFITS DIVIDED NEW YORK - The Newport Jazz Festival in New York presented a cheek for $5,924 28 to the New York and National Urban Leagues This was half the profits of the festi- val. held July 1-9 this year. George Wein. festival pro- ducer. said that more than 100.000 persons paid approxi- mately $516,000 in ticket sales. He said about $100,000 came from sponsors, the biggest being Schlitz and American Air- lines. He said costs were more than $600,000 At one time a spokesman for the two Urban Leagues hoped to realize from $100,000 to $200,000 from the festival But when the two concerts at Yankee Sta- dium did not draw the crowds he expected, Wein feared that he might not make a profit at all TOWER VISITS -- U.S. Senator John G. Tower is pictured here signing autographs for some pretty students from Roma High School at the Knights of Columbus Hall where Tower spoke to about 200 people. Below Tower stops t...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

THL RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 PAGE 18 pc^r (foli IVM T^ (VrSf J***"1 4U lr\t worK 45 <*x>{ wt do r)Oty Tom' SPECIALISTS IN STUDENT TRAVEt "Ttcnag* Trip " Of o*r na- tivity U s., CarwxJa, Europe, Mexico, '.op Hin«rori# ; expert leader ; mode pritet. May w* , .. yog more obout ihetn? MIMMI Mrcu Ml I <0* n Mi Rattlers make it 2-2 defeat Longhorns 35-6 The Rio Grande City Rattlers behind the powerful running of Roy Larralde and the quarterbacking of Jose Leon Garcia led the Rattlers to a 35-6 win over the Hebbronville Longhorns. The win sets the record at 2-2 for the Rattlers and 0-2-1 for the Longhorns. Roy Larralde cut across the pay-dirt line three times during the night and stacked up some 135 yards rushing to come out as the work horse in the game. Larradle went across the line with 9 minutes and 20 seconds left on the clock early in the first quarter to get the ball rolling for the Rattlers. Larradle's score came on a breath taking option by Leon Garcia ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 5 October 1972

• " 'VJ-.T", V \ ■•- - • "r i . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 TIIK WILD LIFE MAN mn \\ ROBINSON Santa Viiu National \\ i Id I i IV H« I II.'.' I went to Boca Chica Beach last year and enjoyed good fishing. So, after talking my friends into a good day's fishing, we again went to Boca Chica Beach instead of Padre Island. There were many more fishermen at Boca Chica than at Padre Island, and very few swimmers. As we drove off Highway 4 and headed down the beach towards the mouth of the river we could see a number of fishermen hauling in their fish. The redfish were running. And so was the litter! I have never seen so much trash on a public area in my life. Glass, cans, etc., etc., etc., were literally covering up the sandy beach. And the people seemed oblivious to it. The fishermen enjoyed fishing among the garbage, and family campers didn't seem to mind setting up their camp- ers right in the middle of it. My friends agreed with ine that even if we were guara...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

• - Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents 1 -* Vol. XXXI No. 41 Thursday, October 12, 1072 Rio Cirande City, Texas RIO GRANDE i f a yo tell it like it is RAUL TKEJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR County Judge Dr. Mario Ramirez gave nev.lv ap- pointed Probation Officer Eliseo Mirelez what he said was merely what he expected out of Mirelez and was not trying to reprimand. In our opinion it was the closest thing to one and well deserved. Mirelez who got the appointment after another young local boy had been considered and then ditched has done little at the new position. Mirelez was told by County Judge Ramirez that he (the judge) was going to keep very close watch on Mi- relez and the work produced by the office. The whole affair surrounding Mirelez' appointment to the post leaves alot to be desired as far as letting other people apply for the position. But Mirelez left his job with the school and landed his present position only days after his resi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

if THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Are You Ready for a Faucet Flood? Qutit VifUCtOIA Guest Directors attending the PART Columbus Day Merienda at the PAU ballroom. Wednesday, Oct. 4 are pictured above (1 to r) Sra. Oralia G. de Bolado, Director of the Reynosa Pan American Round Table; Mrs. John A. Pope, Director of the Rio Grande City Pan American Round Table and Mrs. Gladys Urnes from the San Benito Pan American Round Table. TELL From Page 1 should prove to be a high scoring game. La Joya whom we defeated took the Mexico team 38- 0 ami another Valley team just defeated the Nuevo Leon eleven 58-0. The nitty-gritty games begin soon. ********* , That little stretch between Alto Bonito and La Joya is one that should make some body a lot of money. Some Starr County Rancher with a little time on his hands should go teach some of the ranchers in that area what a fence can do for cattle raising. I travel the road almost three times a week and there hasn't been a time...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

ri I T THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 FLOOD -I I ' I J X |i -A i 1 * -!i - are lor unplugging pipes and fixtures.) Faulty washers in faucets will be replaced to avoid bigger problems that might occur when the Big Man isn't around and a plumber can't be located (Plumbers caution that any washer should be removed carefully An old faucet may just disintegrate when you be- gin to take it apart.) For an identical match the washer should be taken to a local hard- ware store or plumbing supply shop. Newer faucets may have cartridges instead of washers. Replacements may be easily dropped into place. In some models no tools are required in removing a cartridge and in From Page 2 others a screwdriver may be the only tool necessary. Any leaks in basement pipes can be repaired on an emergen- cy basis i with a joint compound or a big wad of cloths put over bands of tapei but a plumber should be called as soon as pos- sible A successful patch-up might give one a false sen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 I I I I I I I I Mmes Scott-Ramon attending TFWC Mrs. A.C. Hughes of Com- merce, president of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs announced the board of direc- tors meeting in Abilene Tues- day through Thursday of next week in Abilene. Theme for the meeting will l>e Our American Heritage — Rights. Keynote speaker is Dr. B.J. Humble, dena of Abilene Christian College. Dr. Robert L. Clinton, president, Western Texas College will speak on The Right to Learn to Earn. The Rights of the People will be given by Ed Paynter, D.A. Others on the program are Carol Lane, travel director of Shell Oil; Louise C. Green, Abilene astrologer; Marvin W. Sapaugh, singer from Coleman. Mrs. L.E. Dudley is program chairman and Mrs. C.W. Rob- erts is general chairman for the meeting. Both are from Abi- lene. Division and project chairmen will give their plans for the two- year administration. Department chairmen are Mrs. Glen Toler, Cleveland; Mrs....

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