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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY^ OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 New Mexican-American Bank Will Open Soon 4 • T By June Brann Easiest banking in the world for everybody" is the sought-after goal for Metropolitan National Bank when it opens its doors in early November. "We are going to make banking as easy as possible for the ordinary citizen and serve everyone with sincerity and common courtesy," says President Leonel Garza, Jr., sum- marizing the philosophy of the bank's founders. The new bank, McAllen's fourth, is under construc- tion at Jackson Road and Miracle Mile. The 6000- square-foot building will be a handsome structure of brick, bronze, glass and marble. Multiple arches add grace and dignity to the ultra-modern edifice. A large block, utilizing the letters *M' and *N' in con- crete, along with flags of Texas, the U.S. and Mexi- co, will create an eye- catching and impressive identification for the struc- ture. Architect Zeb Rike's in- terior arrangement will reflect Garza's aim in ...

Publication Title: Rio Grande Herald
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

I I I I I I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 ^ssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss. WOMAN'S TOUCH report by Mrs. Ida A Perez ®nt j ssggsssssssssss® County Extension Agent Screwworms can and have infected humans (Editor's Note: This the se- cond of a two-part fashion ser- ies on fall wardrobes — plan- ning and selection — prepared by the Texas Agricultural Ex- tension Service. In Part II, which concerns wardrobe se- lection, Roxanne Schnorr, Ex- tension clothing specialist, out- lines tips for selecting fash- ions while staying within a budget.) Getting the most satisfaction for your clothing dollar de- pends on your buymanship abi- lities, according to Roxanne Schnorr, Texas Agricultural Extension Service clothing spe- cialist. "Your season's wardrobe bud- get will have mor buying pow- er if basic rules, such as sel- ecting the correct size, check- ing the fit analyzing work- manship and reading hangtags, are followed," she advised. In discussing effective se...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

LY, OCTOBER 19. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 t I j.. 4 I- • -1 - I - -i ■ •i J. j J£- " ••v.. ■'4'- ,> V'.% * Eft* V ' *■ >. %taJI *v*- ,V<*V v PROPOSED AUDITORIUM -- Paul Garza of San Antonio pre- sented the Rio Grande City School Board with his concept of what the auditorium should look like when the reconstruction of the auditorium is completed. The government grant for some $172,000 was approved recently and construction on theproject should start soon. According to the Economic Development Ad- ministration the project should provide some 40 local jobs. The structure will be completely air-conditioned. THE INFORMED CONSUMER BY CRAWFORD C. MARTIN Attorney General of Texat Last week we discussed the principle of unit pricing. Open dating is a companion to unit pricing. Open dating simply means that anyone going to the store can tell how long the product as been packaged. As with unit pricing, some Texas stores have voluntarily gone to the op- en dating system. Many ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

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

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 .* *" ■" — Rattlers stomp Nuevo Leon 88-0; meet Edcouch-Elsa here Friday The Rio Grande City Rattlers are preparing this week to meet a traditional football for, the Edcouch-Elsa Yellowjackets. The team are healthy and ready to start their district competi- tion. Thusfar the Rattlers have posted a 3-2 record in pre- dlstrict play. They defeated La Joya, Hebbronville and Mon- terrey losing only to tough Mis- sion who is leading in district 28-4A and PSJA who last week defeated rough Brownsville of 28- 4A. Last week the Rattlers had eight ground stompers in the scoring game against the Mon- terrey Nuevo Leon Tigers. The Rattlers won the one sided af- fair 88-0, with the Tigers mak- ing only one first down the en- tire game. Hubert Gonzalez scored four touchdowns to lead the Rattlers against the Tigers with field general Jose Leon Garcia scor- ing 20 points. Prajedes Bazan and Ruben Lopez each had 12 points and Roy Larralde and L...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

I i I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 A J ^1'I AUSTIN, Tex. — Gov. Pres- ton Smith kept legislators gues- sing whether he would call them to work in another special ses- sion immediately after conclu- sion of the fourth called ses- sion. Regardless of the outcome of deliberations on competitive rates for auto and home insur- ance, the session managed to pass a respectable number of the nearly 30 pieces of legis- lation submitted by the Gover- nor. Nearly a week before ad- journament deadline, lawmak- ers handed the Governor bills he sought to restore some of his fiscal-budgetary authority. They gave him an emergency fund, authority to use it to head off fiscal crises and provided for some gubernatorial power to review need for budgeted spending. These additional bills were among those finally passed and sent the Governor: * A $13.5 million appropri- ation for medical school build- ing at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, and the University of Texas medical sch...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — From talking with South Texans and reading the letters that come to my office, I know that there is great concern among the peo- ple of our area about the way the national debt keeps growing. And the concern is justified. By the end of the present fiscal year — next June 30 — It is estimated that this debt on all the American people will have reached the stupendous sum of $477 billion. That figure re- presents an Increase in the debt 'of $110 billion in just the past four years. Thi alarming increase has come about despite the fact that during the past three years Congress has cut a total of $14.5 billion from the Presi- dent's requests for appropria- tions. Total congressional ap- propriations are again expected this year to be several billion dollars under suggested execu- tive budget items. Nevertheless, the deficits — the gap between government In- come and government...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1OT2 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 GUTIERREZ LUMBER AND HARDWARE CO. 2nd Street 487-2300 FIRST STATE RANK AND TRUST COMPANY 100 N. Britton Rio Grande City CASH AND CARRY DRIVE IN GROCERY E. Hwy. 83 487-7569 LAREDO FURNITURE DISTRIBUTORS 300 E. Main 487-2440 CAMARGO BRICK AND TILE CO. E. Hawy. 83 487-2145 GRANDE BUTANE COMPANY 1201 E. Hwy. 83 487-2574 CEBALLOS FUNERAL HOME 201 S. Britton Ave. 487-2544 GALINDO IMPLEMENT CO. 107 W. 2nd 487-1205 GOMEZ APPLIANCE STORE 311 E. Main 487-3400 SAN JOSE FLOWER SHOP 303 E. 2nd 487-2913 MADRIGAL LUMBER YARD 201 S. San Antonio 487-2510 NARRO MEDICAL CENTER 103 E. Main 487-2576 AARONSON BROS. STORE Starr Plaza Shopping Center 487-2786 HOUSE OF RALPHEL 512 E. Main 487-7586 Veteran's KM DAY We dedicate this day to all the American heroes throughout our nation's history who rallied to her cause in time of war and trouble. Gratefully, we remember the men who served, who fought, and who lay down their lives so that the American dr...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 ■ COLORFUL TWIRLERS — Right behind Drum Major Diana Barrera are the Rio Grande City High School Band Twirlers. This year unlike previous years the twirlers have added a new dimension to leading the band by adding many complicated dance, steps. The twirlers are Mead Twirler, Marissa Gonzalez, Rebecca Rodriguez, Ginger Cummings, Zelda Cortez, Rosa Villarreal and Magdalena Trevino. (Herald photo by Trejo) - ■« '■' r +f, * \ ■p * * , . . - " - ■ , * 1 . Vj ;<f • • -■ ",V. v "V , iV-i 'W , ■ - ■ .. ' { ' • . i- . • t '■' r * -B '?«• *-4 'v . ••/Of 1<> MK# wk v >V •*' .-a*, .'.si'. ¥ TV A-*; r.V-v \ • r. ;> -jt >'. ►; <•< . -3./ ■'• «• - - •. A -•** r.'. •4l ' / " > HIGH SCHOOL DRUM MAJOR -- Leading the Rio Grande High School Rattler Marching Band this year as It's top leader is Diana Barrera. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benlcio Barrera of Rio Grande City. The young high school student has led the ...

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

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE1 HERALD PAGE 20 Mae A&atni 4 S. Main McAllen Pendants Jeweler YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE FOR OVER .55 YEARS EaitlngS «ir w* vr/rv 1 i-sg .2? $99 00 $24600 Matching sets threesomes $490 00 $337 00 REMEMBER: THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY. COMPARE OUR QUALITY AND PRICES! We Stock Loose Diamonds in All Shapes, Sizes & Price Ranges. ^ Diamonds , w <> v v ' $300 00 $456.00 a if *> $337.50 /j/oe /Idami Watches Accutron DIAMOND RINGS $87.50 TO $2,000,00 TECHNOS BULOVA *sKido' SEIKO $155 00 $250 00 $465 00 Love comes in colors $217.00 $225 00 $185 00 $159.00 $225 00 Matchmakers, NeckUct* from $35 to $150 MAJORJCA- V IKTmJlAOONAl (Kr "wld i mm prrckNM rifnuUftd p«arti Since 1918 MOE ADAMS JEWELER 4 South Main Street McAllen, Texas 78501 HERE IS YOU* APPLICATION FOR A CHARGE ACCOUNT JUBILEE Division of Wittnauer WITTNAUER ( ." . T INCjUI' ML : 'V 'Art /JA ' f« '• *M{ WM, ■ M : M'4lM , LONGINES © VISIT OUR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT AT VAL-U-MAR...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 - w Fan Am Will Host Reading Conference Pan American University will host its 19th annual reading conference November 3-4 as part of a program sponsored by the Texas Association for the Improvement of Reading. Two of the nation's leading authorities on teaching reading will make several presenta- tions. They are Dr. Helen Kyle and Dr. Robert Karlin. Dr. Kyle is professor of edu- cation at Rhode Island College in Providence, Rhode Island. She received her doctorate from Boston University and has taught in both private and public schools as well as universities. Dr. Kyle has also done con- sultant work in reading, lan- guage arts, and elementary edu- cation throughout the nation and Canada and has lectured at state THE FAMILY- LAWYER , Picketing Private Home Henry's plan to open a tav- ern in a suburban neighborhood raised the hackles of nearby resi- dents. One afternoon, several men showed up at his house with pro- test signs a...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 if?"' -r ' r V Editorial photos COMMISSIONERS DISCUSS MAP--Pictured above are 1-r Commissioner E.A. Duran, County Judge Mario E. Ramirez and Highway Engineer Raymond Stotzer. The court in the August meeting discussed the routing of U.S. Expressway 83 at length. The story of the meeting has been published and this picture is published at this time merely to back-up our editorial in this week's front page. The Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce was told by Highway representatives that such a map and plans were merely in the discussion stages and denied that any action has been taken. (Herald photo by trejo) MR. GUF.RRA IN DISCUSSION OF PLANS ANDMAPS—Mr. Ruben Guerra, local highway engineer is pictured here on the extremeleftas Commissioners discussed the map on the routing of the expressway that will be routed through the outskirts of Rio Grande City. (Herald photo by Trejo) The Amazon River has about 200 major tributaries. 17 ...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 19 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 1 I I TO PLAY FOR KC DANCE — The renown Freddie Martinez and his number one sound will be at the Knights of Columbus Hall next Thursday night October 2Ginadance from 9 to 1 a.m. The KC affair is another effort of the KCs to bring to Rio Grande City entertainment both for adults and youth. The tick- ets can be bought in advance at Rio Motors Inc., Val-U-Mart, West Side Drive Inn, House of Raphel, La Casita Farms, and Las Palmas Grocery. Advance price is $4.00 per person or $4.50 at the door. Table reservations can be made by calling 487-2596. Tagging lobsters for study is ineffective because the crusta- ceans shed their shells as they grow. Most of the Arctic's lands lose their covering of ice and snow in the summer Insects and disease annually destroy 2 4 billion cubic feet of wood in United States forests Jacks, short for jackstones, once was played with pebbles instead of today's six-legged jacks. Dandelion greens make a tas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

Iw* RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents \ ol. \ \\l l.t II. ii rs< lax. ( )cl« ltrr 2(>, I*) i 2 Rio (>ran(ic I rxan I I - & 3 PRESENT COLORS -- The Rio Grande City High HOTC Unit presented tlie colors during Veterans Day ceremonies here Monday morning. The HOTC unit under the command of Major I' rancis C onnalh were .just part ol an impressive program held to coinmorate veterans of the armed services. RII-LE SALUTE -- While the Colors and the National Anthem were iH'ing presented a Rifle Salute was given by a rifle squad along with the bugle playing taps later in ttie program. Pictured below are the honored guests for the ceremony from l-r are Raj Rochester, a veteran of World War II. Rochester was also the days main speaker, Gil- lierto Tivjo who earned the Silver Star for his service during the Korean Conflict, Rene R. Salinas who served in Vietnam and Mrs. L.lia Guerrero who was in the armed services durum Wi ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20. 1972 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 call il in... tiswi will write it up for you... 187-2151 or I87-2«I<> #1 The Rio Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Publishing Company, Incorporated, James V. Mathis, president, 102 East Second Street. Raul Trejo, Managing Editor and General Manager. Second Class mail privileges authorized at the Post Office at Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582. Subscription Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per year; Outside Starr County, $3.50 per year. Mail- ing Address: P.O. Box 452, Rio Grande City, Texas 78582, Tel. No. 487-2819. ,/* - Ttx>*S4r>*ess ASSOCIATION 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 78582: 1. Project Coordinator - The Proje...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

; ntfH '/'///// r r""" r''!Z" "HURSDAY, OCTOBER 2g, 1072 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 hoping for hi st ms tin Tex They haven I even finished building the ncu Communications corn plex on the Lniversity ot Texas campus, and i! s already start ing to rust Hut architects are pleased It s a fairly new construction process, using what's known as weathering steel li starts out looking rather nondescript, be- gins to streak as the rusting starts, and within six months or a year becomes a uniform or- ange-brown But the architects promise it's not normal rust it won't chip off or work its way through the steel until it crumbles They say the surface will harden will require no main tenance and will last the life of the building si san s famous floor NASHVILLK - First we had Alice s Restaurant w rit- ten about in song, now we have Susan s floor The song is "On Susans Floor, sung by Mac Wiseman Susan is Mrs Susan Brewer, who has worked for the country- music trade paper. Music City News, for 11 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 Rio Grande Herald's Woman's Section... Qe>tir God, WWt dots yester- day c|o? Do you ' Stanley 8 ' All around the town... nilli tissa pelrrson... Mr. and Mrs. George Boyle enjoyed a visit last week from Boyle's college roommate, W. C. Rugg, and his wife from Norwich, Vt. Boyle and Rugg were roommates at Harvard 52 years ago. The two have kept up a correspondence, and the Boyles have visited them twice on their trips east. The two Harvard Exes had a very inter- esting visit and enjoyed talking about the past and the present. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. An- derson also had visitors this past weekend — their daughter Sharon and her roommate Jane Sanders from Houston. The two attend Blinn Jr. College where Sharon was a recent candidate in the Homecoming Queen con- test. * * ♦ Mrs. Julio Larralde, Jr. was glad to see Sharon at the game Friday when the Rattlers met the EE Yellow Jackets. Seems she feels that Sharon's visits are a g...

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