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

i - - - 4 1 - > I " -r /• -t THE FAMILY LAWYER Mrwer Mishaps Jockeying his power lawn- mower along a grassy slope, Fred suddenly lost his bailee. As he fell, his right foot slid underneath the housing of the mower. Re- sult: a severe cut. Could the manufacturer of the mower be held legally liable for this injury? Fred thought so, and in due course he filed a damage suit against the company. "A power mower is a danger- ous piece of machinery," he ar- gued in a court hearing. "It is up to the manufacturer to make sure it can't cut anything but grass." power lawnmowers. Some degree of risk is accepted by the user, merely by choosing this method of cutting his lawn. Nor will he necessarily win his claim just because the mower happened to lack some particular safety feature. In another case, the injured user complained that his mower did not have the spe- cial guard with which more ex- pensive mc Ms were equipped. Hut again the court denied damages. "It is common knowledge," said the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

f-i;, •. ' -■■..■ "* 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 ,?888888888888888888888888888888888g888888888888888888888888S8888a8gg88888gg8888a8888888888888^88888888888gS888888 1 Educators of the Week... Ernesto Vela--A newcomer to the High School Administra- tion, but not a newcomer to Rio Grande City High School is Er- nesto Vela. His home is at 907 W. Bluebonnet where he lives with his wife, Abbie. and their two children, Ernesto Lee (aged 7) and George Raphael (aged 4). Vela obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from Sam Houston State University where he ma- jored in Physical Education, and minored in both Biology and Spanish. He was born in Rio Grande City in 1934, and obtained his first twelve years of schooling here. He then moved on to his undergraduate studies at Sam Houston State. While attend- ing school he excelled in football, and he was to go on to be a three year letterman for his alma mater. However, his career as a participant did not end there, he w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

- • - • * * JL ' I i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 DESAULES COUNCIL 2597 RIO GRANDE CITY KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WILL OBSERVE *<mfitt>BUs ony Honoring the Memory of Christopher Colombus. whose indomi table faith in the feasibility of a round world led him and the gallant men who sailed with him to explore new frontiers and in so doing discovered the new world. OPEN HOUSE MEETING "We wish to invite the general public especially anyone considering joining our ranks... " Bring your wife, bring a friend, bring a date but do come and join the Fellowship... Thursday, October 12, (Tonight) 8P.M. Knights of Columbus Hall 201 East 4th Street We're Celebrating and Helping Saturday, October 14: Join Us For A Big Dance Featuring: THE FABULOUS LUIS RAMIREZ and™ LATIN EXPRESS FROM HOUSTON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 15 CHICKEN BAR-B-Q SERVING TIME NA M. TO 2 P.M. BENEFIT OF CATHOLIC CONVENT SCHOOL COME JOIN US ..WE STAND FOR SERVICE —OFFICERS — Grand Knight: Francisco Garza Deputy...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

Thursday; october 12.1972 the rio grande herald page 10 ajfjjr/fiarv .: . < o" 1 .<• f - - ■' * ' -"V ■ • - mrmmi V v >- '.i * -"■ •*•. -. V:"T ;• ■ ■ *'• r fc. ,• v.' - A •' ' ' • "< * - ■;• ■.". « V < > . jf'ji ■ , •. M }*■ -1 '♦ * * - ** «*'•• **♦ * %«*p* V—— JUNIOR HIGH BAND — The Junior High Band is also pictured here as they took time out from their busy band practices for a picture session. The junior high band won the first state sweepstakes and it was only their second time in UIL competition. The band is also preparing for Pigskin Jubilee. The band is under the direction of Russell Wade. (Herald photo by Trejo) Juveniles To Gain Freedom From Texas Reform System AUSTIN, Tex. - Sev- eral hundred girls and boys in Texas reform schools apparent- ly will be freed next month be- cause they did not have attor- neys when they were com- mitted. State District Court Judge Charles Mathews ordered the attorney general's office Mon- day to learn by Nov. 8 which juveni...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

- y ~ ... - -i - 4 tiififtiiiiiiiiftiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiifiiiii Woman's Touch b> Mrs. Ida A Perez Home Demonstration Agent THURSDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 mnumnuuumnimmimmtmimifi ^PMifnr'Q Thlc 1c tho K^hnorr nnfarl (ho r.Aci-il,ili iAc ' Mrs. Anderson replaces Margo (Editor's Note: This is the first of a two-part fashion ser- ies on fall wardrobes—planning and selection—prepared by the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. For Part I, which con- cerns wardrobe planning, Rox- anne Schnorr, Extension cloth- ing specialist, reviews today's fashion philosophy and offers tips on determining trends and applying them to the pre- sent wardrobe.) College Station — Fall fash- ions already on the scene catch the eye and tease the budget. "Whether we're going to be sewing at home or buying our clothes, the most important fashion goal is to know what's on the market, current trends and how our wardrobe can be updated," Roxanne Schnorr, clothing specialist for the Te...

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

THURSDAY*. OCTOBE1 12. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 MSBj zm w& zsryf. v*** ■. • tw- HIGH SCHOOL BAND — Pictured above is tlie 100 member Rio Grande City High School. The band which performs at halftime shows during the Rattler games is just one of the many school organizations that have boosted student spirit thusfar this school year. The band enjoys an active booster organization. Presently the boosters are trying to raise funds to air-condition the band hall. The band is also preparing for the annual and coveted awards of the Pigskin Jubilee. The band is under the direction of Paul Frank Smith. (Herald Photo by Raul Trejo) Federal jury still looking into Duval construction books ■J-fiutioi "?ite "iHauAaf FIRE V' SAFETY TIP®Li From The Hartford An ultra-secret federal grand J of y investigation into construc - tibn in Duval County has en- tered its sixth month with no hint of w.ien it will be com- pleted. So tight-lipped have been Justice Department attorneys, they will n...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

-35? SERVICE BRIEF 1 . MILDENHALL, England — Airman First Class Raul R. Garcia, son of Mrs. Hermlnla G. Garcia of Star Route, Rio Grande City, Is a member of an England-based transporta- tion unit which has been named the best of Us kind within U.S. Air Forces In Europe. Airman Garcia Is a vehicle operator with the 513th Trans- portation Squadron at Mllden- hall hAF Station. His unit, which operates the largest refueling and special service fleets in the United Kingdom, was cited for con- sistently providing outstanding service to personnel at Laken- heath and to the 19 tenant units it supports. Airman Garcia, a 19C9 gradu- ate of Roma High School, attend- ed Del Mar Technical College, Corpus Christi, Tex. His wife, Irma, is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Cas- taneda, Moorpark, Calif. * * KUNSAN, Republic of Korea ~ U.S. Air Force First Lieuten- ant David R. Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.V. Peterson of Rt. 1, Grande City, has arrived for duty at Kunsan AB, Repub- lic of Kore...

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

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

M fl h I folks THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 l"> I i s f I I £ i" * > ► fif Facts Members of tin? Pan American Round Table Club of Rio Grande City art? making a group flight to the International Pan Ame- rican Round Table convention in Panama. The convention will be held from October 10 through 21. After the conven- tion the group will tour Nicar- agua, Salvador, Costa Rica and Guatemala. Making the trip are Mrs. John Pope Jr., Mrs. R.R. Guerra, Mrs. Francisco Margo, Mrs. Eliseo Smith, Evarista Madri- gal and Mrs. Gebhardt VVasar of Mission who is also a mem- ber of the local organization. * * * CONGRATULATIONS to Dr. and Mrs. Roberto S. Margo on the birth of another son. The young lad gave his first loud yell to the world October 3 at McAllen General. Dr. and Mrs. Margo are already the proud parents of two boys. The grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Margo. Young Margo tipped the scales at seven pounds, eight and a half ounces. Welcome to this the...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 12 October 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1972 PAGE 16 Bentsen, Kika Refund Cost Of Trip Party's Over The party's apparently over for President Richard Nixon and three South Texas legislav tors who accompanied him on a recent tour through the Valley. While In Rio Grande City the president played the piano and sang Happy Birthday to Eliglo 'Kika' De La Garza. Rep. De La Garza, Sen. Lloyd Bentsen and Rep. Abraham Kazan of Laredo Wednesday re- lmbrused the administration for their expenses on the presidential trip after the non- political trip was change and termed a political trip. WASHINGTON — Three Texas Democrats, irritated that Pre- sident Nixon is now calling his recent trip through their state a political trip, announced Wednesday they have reim- bursed the administration for their fares on the President's jet plane. The Texans, Sen. Lloyd Bent- sen and Reps. Eliglo de la Gar- za and Abraham KazenJr., said they were personally told by the White House the Sept. 22 trip would be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

editorial ••• Side-stepping issues and using anything other than the truth is left for politicians .... not for talks be- fore the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Lino Gutierrez and Resident Engineer Ruben Guerra should be put on notice that they must face the people in Starr with the truth and nothingbut the truth. Side-stepping and deceitful talks are not something we expect of the Texas Highway Department. At a meeting of the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce Mr. Gutierrez and Mr. Guerra attempted to speak on the new proposed routes to be taken by the Texas Highway Department when final approval is gained for the expressway that will come through or around Rio Grande City. In attempting to present their talks Mr. Gutierrez presented a picture which gave the local Chamber the idea that nothing had been done thusfar into the plan- ning of the expressway with the exception of the whole affair being in the discussion stages. When members of the chamber informed Mr. Gutier-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

i r: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 THE WILDLIFE MAN BRYAN ROBINSON Santa Ana National Wildlife Refuge in a few days I'll be transfer lng 2,300 miies to tne Parker River National Wildlife Refuge in Massachusetts, so this will be the last "Wildlife Man" column from Santa Ana Refuge. Be- fore I sign off I'd like to tell you a bit about the refuge where I'm going—partly because it is quite different from the Santa Ana and Laguna Atascosa Refuges, and partly because I think many people are overlooking excellent vacation possibilities. Million of annual vacationers drive across the country without See MAN, Page 8 JOBS The community Action Council of South Texas is accepting ap- plications for the positions enumerated below as part of the National Migrant Worker Program. Applications will be accept- ed through November 1, 1972. Application blanks may be ob- tained at 420 E. Main Street, Rio Grande City, Texas 76582: 1. Project Coordinator - The Project Coordinator...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

-f- J % •? t -v I 4 * i ■i j "fT \' .) • •ji • * a * i. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 Legal Aid joins redisricting suit The Texas Rural Legal Aid of South Texas with a branch of- fice in Rio Grande City has joined in a suit for redistrict- ing in Starr County. The inter- vention suit was filed as a class action and joins the suit filed earlier by Rafael Carrera of Rio Grande City. The Texas Rural Legal Aid will be represented in the suit by the same attorneys that re- presented a class action suit in Willacy County. The Texas Ru- ral Legal Aid won that case and the Willacy County Commis- sioners were forced to redis- trict in compliance with a plan filed by ttie Texas Rural Legal Aid after the county plan was declared unacceptable. 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 suits seeks an injunctive and declaratory relief to re- dress the denial of rights, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

i-t' U#F7I i ' > ' ' ' ' ' 5 ' THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 pri 11 ■ H ifC:1 Mi" MANCHESTER, England — At least 12 Roman furnaces have been unearthed in a "dig" off Manchester's Deansgate "These undoubtedly are the earliest traces of industrial Manchester." said Professor Barri Jones. 36. professor of archeology at Manchester Uni- versity. H & H DRIVE-IN FRI-SAT 10/20-21 A patriotic, chaotic comedy. Mm Paramount Pictures presents A HOWARD W.KOCH Production nklMM [gj Color by Movtelab — ^ a Paramount Picture SUN A HON. 10/22-23 A 4 FLORENCE J. SCOTT STUDY CLUB OFFICERS -- Among the top civic organizations in Rio Grande City is the F.J. Scott Study Club. The organization is a junior woman's club and is nationally federated. One of the top functions of the organiza- tion is the Career Conference Day which the organization sponsors for students. The Career Day is geared to providing the student visits and talks from people of several professions. Last y...

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

i ~\ -i • / *r -( I * - - ■ u*., . • THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 5j'' ' ' Banks show decrease **f YOUNG LOVELY — Lovely and smiling young Patricia Mi- chelle Garcia celebrated her first birthday with a Tinata' party. The party was held at the Immaculate Conception Catholic Church Parish Hall for about 45 young friends. Party favorites, cookies, punch, cake and the works were the high- light of young Patricia's party. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Juan J. Garcia of Rio Grande City. WESLACO — Though Valley bank deposits for September took a seasonal dip of $12 mil- lion from the August all-time high of $727 million, they kept a $21.7 million advance over the pre-cotton harvest July totals. The September business baro- meter published by the Valley Chamber of Commerce showed bank deposits of $541,176,902, and savings and loan invest- ments of $173,985,563, for a total of $715,162,465. This compared with the Aug- gust figures, which reflected gross cott...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

t f r . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Educators of the Week... MARIA ELENA BARRERA — Maria Elena Barrera, one of the educators in the Rio Grande City High School, resides at 201 West Water St. She was born in 1946 in Boulder, Colorado. Her education followed a pattern of sorts as Miss Barrera progressed from her schooling in the cities of Austin, Kings- ville, and finally a graduation from Rio Grande City High School. She then attended Pan American University, gradua- ting in three years. She received her Bachelor of Arts de- gree with a major in History and minored in Spanish. Miss Barrera is certified to teach special education along with her certificate in secondary education. Her activities include membership in the National Education Association, Texas State Teachers Association, Classroom Teachers Association. She was a former treasurer of the C.T.A., a sponsor for the Sopho- more class, Future Teachers of America Club, and the Foreign Language Club. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

Thursday! october 19,1972 the rio grande herald page 7 Marriage Counselors Available To All }. J. WASHINGTON - You don't have to be married to seek out a marriage counselor. From Boston to Beverly Hills, psychiatrists and coun- selors say that within the past year unmarried couples have been l>eating a track to their doors in unprecedented num- bers. "The principal reason they come is that most people who live together become emotion- ally involved and don't know how to break up," said Jarle Brors, founder of the Institute of Marriage and Family Rela- tions in Washington. Brors was among more than two dozen fiamily counselors questioned in a survey of seven metropolitan areas—Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, St. Louis and Wash- ington. All said their practices now include unmarried couples who live together. "The understanding when they live together is that they're free," Brors said. "But it doesn't usually work that way. It's not much different from marriage exc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 REM f ■1 i I tl R li San Isidro Homemakers honored with certificate Business And Farm Eight San Isidro homemakers who are enrolled in the Expand- ed Nutrition Program ENP of the Texas Agricultural Exten- sion Service in Starr County received completion certifi- cates for achieveing abilities and knowledge to comply with the standards of ENP. Home- makers are taught nutrition and food preparation as well as, food selection and buying, mon- ey management and sanitation and storage. The graduating homemakers who benefited themselves and their families with this information are: Mrs. Celestina L. Pena, Mrs. Horten- sia Cruz, Mrs. Josefina Bau- tista, Mrs. Estella Silva, Mrs. Trinidad Duran, Mrs. Eva Gar- za, Mrs. San Juanita Cruz, and The ENP Achievement event was highlighted with a program presented by the total staff and Mrs. Ester Perez homemaker who spoke on how ENP helped her and her family. Also has participating was Mrs. Eli...

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