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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

OUT <> BUSINESS SALE Come help us clear our shelves of all WINTER CLOTHING entire lines of winter clothing SLASHED! Spring just around corner, but our Spring Lines are already on our Racks. Come See Them! WATCH FOR OUR SPOT SPECIALS! boutiq ue juvenile Children are our business, our only business J ronOUR MINI-PmcES What could be more fun than saucy prints on chic easy- care knits? Nothing! That's why we've got them perking up our fashions. Dresses are helted for the return- of-the-waist looks. Sleeves? Any way you like them. if telling you about our sales was all we'd have to worry about we wouldn t do much....but we have to worry about things like today...todays fashions...todays looks...todays ideas... so we keep 7/la*H4eMe 4 on top of it all with top Names... top fashions and reasonable Prices Come See Us during Our Moonlight Sale for Big Savings... Tfttimadle'a. \ Starr Plaza Shopping Center

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

I Thursday, February 3, 1972 Friday and Saturday Come For Many Other Specials T-SH RTS 4 PC. POLISH DINNER WARE SET SAUCE PAN SETS ALL WINTER CLOTHING LADIES'-ALL SIZES MAKE-UP t BONDED KNIT BUY ONE YARD GET ONE MORE £ TRAYS 9

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

THURSDAY NIGHT 6P.M. To ?? giri/s DRESSES MEN'S PANTS 88 REG. 6.99 / / 0\ ••• / ■;•• f qV;,«« , >i , •«*<; « ••Jj . >. ^••-3 «•! V * •** LADIES' DRESSES REG. 8.95 fi/m m> 3 /s\ SHIRTS $0' _k'"A REG. 4.991 mad REG. 6.99 $3(.)0 SHIRTS $144 REG. 2.99 rig reg .812.95...7.00 ^blouses $197 819.95... 9.00 " REG. 2.99 -L • CAPRIS ^000 REG. 3.99 ™" t' i*•* sj'.ii *fV k |f'V • j'r .. i * I • • v>l ;*c SKIRTS RUG. 2.99 PANTY HOSE ,,,c GIRDLES RKG. 1.99 GOWNS REG. . S100 3 $100 FOR X • r> BOY'S jackets $z:oo REG. 8.99 V-F • REG. I 1.95 8.00 RKG. 15.95 10.00 DRAPES .... RIG. 9.99 $4.88 SCARFS rw;. 2.0(1.2 roR $1-00 MATS HI*;. 2.99.$ 1.00 BRAS REG- 2.99 TO LADIES' COATS REG. :$6.95 00 00 Otto at. TOWELS kV REG. 1.97 DISCOUNT CENTER Starr Plaza Shopping On lor

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

Thursday; February 3,1972 the rio grande herald page 16 Honor roll voter registration deadline... Mrs. Nlnfa G. Escobar, Prin- cipal of West Grammar School announces the honor roll for the first semester of the 1971-72 school year. FIRST GRADfc. (A) - Dora Muniz, Veronica Guerrero, Diana M. Garza, Catherine Escobar A&B - Matea Vasquez, Lin- da Guerra, Clarissa Garza, Ri- cardo Rivera, Antonio Hinojo- sa, Victor Gonzalez, Jaime Gar- cia, Dalinda Gonalez, Maricela G. Lopez, Noe Gutierrez. B - Marivel Garza, Marilu Gonzalez, Sandra Gonzalez. SECOND GRADE A&B - Irene Villarreal, Luis Barrera, Roy Cruz, Marinela Garcia B - Maricela Garcia, Iden Olivarez, Hilda Ramirez, Ray- mond Reyes, Mary Rios, Nor- ma Linda Perez, Juan Saenz THIRD A - David Villarreal, Ruben Villarreal A&B - Belinda Gonzalez, Lo- rena Duran, Debra Rodriguez, Lisa Pena, Nelba Garza, Fer- nando Garza FOURTH A - Evangelina Villarreal, Rosa Maria Villarreal, Diana Margot Sanchez, Carlos Garcia, Manuela "Garza,...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

1 V S\ Taxpayers Ask IRS This column of questions and answers on Federal tax matters is provided by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and is pub- Senator LLOYD BENTSEN Reports Older Americans constitute one of the most seriously neg- lected segments of our popula- tion. You may recall that I dis- cussed this situation late last year in connection with a pro- posed Amendment which would have eased the property tax burden for those 65 and over. This week in a major address on the Senate Floor, I outlined my views on the important aging issue and proposed a number of legislative initia- tives. SPECIAL NEEDS OF ELD- ERLY— 1971 was a year of important gains for America's elderly. We are, I think, fin- ally beginning to assign the proper priority to the issue of aging. For too long we tended to forget that older Americans have very special problems and very real needs. After years of working hard, paying taxes, raising families and enriching this country, they have been too often shunted ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

¥ "J OF AMERICA SWEETHEART -- Mrs. Pablo Pena Jr. will represent the XI Kappa Iota Chapter at the Beta Sigma Phi All Valley Sweetheart Dance to be held in Harlingen on February 13. 1972. She is also being honored at the local Sweetheart Dance on February 19, 1972 at the K of C Hall. Hosting this annual event will be both local Beta Sigma Phi Chapters, Chi Nu and XI Kappa Iota. GIRL SCOUTS COOKIfc SALES The local chapter of the Girl Scouts, troop 149 headed by Mrs. Rudy Nordmeyer is holding a cookie sales drive in an effort to finance a trip to the Gladys Porter Zoo later this year. The girl scouts are selling boxes of the cookies all of this week and part of next week to raise their funds. The group pictured above are part of troop 149. They are, sitting: Mary Jane Gil, Glenda Lockwood, standing are (1-r) Jane Nordmeyer, Lilly Marie Gonzalez, Debbie Ponce and Nellie Gonzalez. (Herald photo) CPA Tells How to Report Capital Gains and Losses Capital gains or losses, and the tax results...

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

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 3 February 1972

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — Most of the current talk In Washing- ton Is about money, following the President's budget mes- sage to Congress. During the present fiscal year, the Federal Government is spending $38.8 billion more than its receipts, and the deficit for the next fis- cal year (which will start July 1) is estimated at $25.5 bil- lion. These red-ink figures will have to be added to a national debt which, as of the beginning of this calendar year, stood at the stupendous total of more than $433.77 billion. These figures are enough to make any South Texan dizzy. However, they become easier to understand when broken down. What the national debt running into the hundreds of dollars means is a financial burden of $2,031.80 for each of the 208,569,344men, womenand children in the United States. So the average four-person fami- ly's share of the total debt is $8,127.20. Of course the only way to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

Demos, Republicans file for positions in Starr i li- ft - Starr County Democratic Chairman E. G. Gonzalez an- nounced that the list of poli- tical hopefuls taking official action to get on the ballot had grown this year. An opponent appeared against U. S. Representative Kika de la Garza of Mission for the 15th Congressional District seat. Benjamin A. (Ben) Martinez of Kingsville, who ran on the Re- publican ticket two years ago filed today for a place on the Democrat ballot with County Chairman E. G. Gonzalez. In other races for the May primary Alex Gabert and Glenn H. Ramey filed for the County Attorneys post. E. A. Duran, commissioner of precinct one drew opposition from Roque Guerra and Margil Sanchez. Others filing were Terry Canales for state representa- tive from the 59th District; Crisoforo Munoz, tax assessor- collector; Roel Castillo, pre- cinct one constable; Alfredo Garcia, precinct chairman, precinct seven; F. R. Nye, dis- trict attorney; Honore Ligarde, state senator; O...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 Music festival will open Feb. 14 Monday, February 14 through February 21 marks the Twelfth Anniversary of the Rio Grande VaUey International Music Fes- tival. Once again Musical Di- rector Dr. Victor Alessandro and the San Antonio Symphony continue a tradition of excel- lence that has marked the Mu- sic Festival from the beginning. Included in this outstanding week of music are Pops con- certs in Harlingen and McAl- len; Symphony Concerts in Ed- inburg and Harlingen; Three Kinder-Koncerts in Harlingen and McAUen; seven elementary Student Concerts from Harlin- gen to McAUen; three High School Concerts in Pharr, Mc- AUen and Harlingen; An opera reheat sal for students only, and the grand opera "Daughter of the Regiment" in McAllen. The Pops Concerts will be Monday, February 14 at 8:15 p. m. in the Casa del Sol of Har- lingen. -The McAUen Pops will be Thursday, February 17, 8:15 p.m. at the McAllen Civic Cen- ter. The theme of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

* \ IV -•i \ ' •3 I % 4 A- Ui X I i Foiks & Facts KINGSVILLE — Roel Gon- zales. 5-11, 190-pound four- year letterman at Premont High School, has signed with the Texas Ail University football team. Gil Steinke. Ail athletic dir- ector and head football coach, announced the signing this weekend. Gonzales has been a quarter- back and running back for the Cowboys, and also place kicked. He had a 48-yard field goal last season to furnish Premont with its victory margin in bi- district playoff action. The Javeiina signee has been an all-district selection for the last two years, and was all- area last fall. In addition to his football, Gonzales is a four-year letter- man in track, a one-year let- letterman in baseball, and has been president of the Premont Future Farmers of America for two years. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Za- rogoza P. Gonzales of Premont, he played his high school foot- ball under Doug Harvey. * * FT. POLK, La. -- Army Private Santos Rosales, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Va...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

PLEADS FOR SEAMEN BALTIMORE - Liber- ty for a foreign sailor in Bal- timore promises little more than a visit to the city's honky tonk district, a tour director complains. Kalevi A. Olkio, who once served with the Finnish Navy, wants the city to build an inter- national visitors center so for- eign seamen have an alter- native to Baltimore's famed "Block.'' Otherwise, says Olkio, "the average seaman will take a walk in downtown Baltimore, find nothing to really interest or challenge him, go back to his modern, air-conditioned ship and sip his native beer, thinking America is for the birds." THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 PAGE 4 The Rio Grande Herald, Rio Grande City, Published every Thursday by Starr County Pub- lishing Company, Incorporated, 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. Subscrip- tion Rates: In Starr County, $3.00 per year; Outs...

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

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 PAGE Rattlers take 16-3A title.... J •T- - - #*•" j ■ .' pH| ■ ■Zh i .%*' H P | '<**■' 'yf'"' j&r | . •' . „AZ f ■3/^'^ The Rio Grande City Rattlers behind the shooting of Ovidio Acevedo, Jorge Pena and Jose Leon Garcia captured the dis- trict 16-3A title the first in cage history at Rio Grande City. The Rattlers defeated the Falfurrias Jerseys to walk a- way with the coveted title. The Rattlers are under the helm of Ramiro Villegas. Rio Grande City captured the District 16-AAA title Friday night with a convincing 75-51 triumph over Falfurrias. The Rattlers are now 8-0 in district and 21-8 for the season while the Jerseys dropped to 6-2 and 13-15 for the year. Jose Leon Garcia led the winners with 21 points while Carlos Madrigal added 19 more. Acevedo Ovidio also scored 15 points for RGC. Roland Cha- vera's 16 points was tops for Fal as Bernal Sanchez added 11 and Ted Olivares and Juan Molina both pumped in 10. The RGC Bees al...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

THURSDAY, FEBKl AKY 10, 1972 THL' KIO GKANIU: lHRAl P PAGl.' f> Soil conservation report SWEETHEART — Mrs. Pablo Pena Jr. will represent the "I Kappa Iota Chapter at the Beta Sigma Phi All Valley Sweetheart I&nce to be held in Harlingen on February 13, 1972. She is also being honored at the local Sweetheart Dance on February 19, 1972 at the K of C Hall. Hosting this annual event will be both iocai Beta Sigma Phi Chapters, Chi Nu and XI Kappa Iota. t ns* r\ .. . inaugurating the UNHEO STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 A Letter To The Editor Dear Editor: This letter is written to all the citizens and particularly the youth of Starr County. As the majority of you know, we the voters between the ages of 18 and 21 have just been given the right to vote in all elec- tions that concern us. This by the 26th amendment to the Con- stitution of the United States. The right to vote "American Style" is a unique right that we possess. When you register and vote for the candidate of your ch...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 DDT Alternatives Needed To Combat Cotton Pests WESTS-Mrs. Felipe Ramon ofRioGrandeCitv and Mr. and Mrs A1 Ramir ^?\:r'rtur?:bo™!rrleft to right :,thLuVei?^^: noon from 2 to .> p.m. at the Hidalgo County Historical Museum. Mrs. Ramon and Mr '? of the late Mrs* Emilia Schunior Ramirez were honored guests at the Lu/Sra,®'0l',t°pr"se"lth«l>ubllsl>«<l*«l' o<Mrs. Emilia Ramirez' booklet „„ '"Hanch Senator LLOYD BENTSEN Every ten years, the U. S. Bureau of the Census conducts its decennial count of Ameri- ca's population. 'Hie informa- tion gathered reflects many changes and is used in count- less ways. CONGRESSIONAL REAP- PORTIONMENT — One conse- quence of the Census is the reapportionment of Congres- sional Districts in each of the 50 states. The gains and losses in population affect the number, . size and shape of these Dis- tricts. Because of its growth, Texas is one of the states which will be gaining another Con-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

PRICES TRIMMED TURKEY WINGS „39' CHORIZO -45' LAMB RIBS .29' OXTAILS'" ,.28* FINGER RIBS ,. 49' BEEF PATTIES r"~u. ,K. 79' HAMBURGER ,45 PORK CHOPS...'-""" l. 89' T-BONE STEAKS , $1.09 SIRLOIN STEAKS $1.09 . ....Ml SWIFT PREMIUM LUNCH MEAT"010""' ^ «. 69' BACON SWIFT PREMIUM 79' FRANKS- , o Pkc55' BACON ENDS " , . 99' SWIFT PREMIUM (BOLOGNA, SALAMI, SPICE) LUNCH MEAT —3 $1.00 GREEN BEAMS"0 " ""^c. 5-«. $1.00 PINE-PINE 0lirtT!r°D,ODO^. 89' COMET RICE «o: 29* LARDiW"T.'u" t« 17' COOKIES to oi. pkg-4 ™«$1.00 PINEAPPLE JUICE l"B" ™ W PEPSI-COLA ,t„ 25' WESSON OIL .... 99' & CHEESE DINNERS 2 «* 25 TISSUE.WH,TECL0U0 M1.00 CREM0RA,60z W FAB CHILI GT. 69' LONGHORN WITH BEANS 300 CAN 3 for $1.00 f WALGREEN 1 NATION'S No. I PHARMACISTS 1 PHARMACISTS k Vjl its DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER discount prescriptions Call 467-2504 For Your Discount Prescription Lino Perez 111 ■ Registered Pharmacist Pete Diaz Jr.-Prop. Lino Canales Jr - Gen-a;' Man Rio Grande City Starr Plaia .Shopping C< KING SIZE...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

Mr •M1EEB3 DEL APPLES Iter I Prescription jrmacist Centra1. Mtviager lia Shopping Center LEMONS LARGE SIZE LB. |A6E BAGS" '" 39' 00 d '■ 2 ,w 25' (0CKTAIL'4$1.00 TIUST TOUI PUT MISCIIPTIWI 10 THE NATION S LARGEST PHARMACY SERVICE FOR PRESCRIPTIONS dermassage ^jci as nice skin lotion shampoo NOV FILLING OV1A 24 Million K TEA* 10.5 OZ. SIZE $1.77 16 OZ. SIZE WITH PUMP * v YARDLEY SHINE STOPPER _ FOUNDATION "EG !"! BAN SPRAY DEODORANT 7 OZ. SIZE SI.59 YARDLEY rec. $3.50 MEDI-BLUSH YARDLEY CLEAN DEEP MINERAL GRAINS"""" 11? 12 OZ SIZE WALGREEN CONDITIONING SHAMPOO,««, FOR SUMMERT/Mf MINUS, HEINZ FISHBOY FISH STICKS MORTON 8 OZ. 200-S ID DETERGENT 39 IM I: , v* BEER „2«lloN39< 3 85 ti aa TOMATO KETCHUP 4,M$I0' >1.00 HEINZ KOSHER ™SRS 49 AQ< POTATOES b.C24oz.35< ■T M FROSTY ACRES ,AJ SWEET PEAS BIG 24 oz 39£ PEAflllC 9Q< ( VAL-U-HART ) 8 4 $1.00 .H01VICA*.. ZT 3 < DILLS PICKLES 32 OZ.' LIBBY SMALL D 0 F 0 R 00 >539 COUPON c* with this coupon Expires VAL-U-MART 's * *♦"...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 WW* From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer CORONATION — The Catholic Mothers Club of the Immaculate Conception School will be sponsoring the traditional Annual Queen Coronation. The event will be held at the high school gym on February 13 at 7:30 p.m. Nannette Gonzalez will give up her crown to Marisela Garza who will reign as Queen of the Court of the Land of Enchantment. Prin- cesses are Yvonne Trevino and Liliana Guerra. Duchesses are Leticia Trevino, Teresa Lopez, Veronica Leal, Sandra Gomez, Carmela Saldana, and Shiree Salinas. Ladies-in- waiting are Antonietta Sanchez, Norma Sanchez, Dolores Dennis, Laura Ramirez, and Monica Sanchez. The Lord Chamberlain will be Hugo Villarreal. Mistress of Ceremonies is Mrs. Ramiro Hinojosa. Since the theme is based on fairy tale characters, the little girls will be representing Snow White, Cinderella, Miss Muffet, and many, many more. Mrs. Raul Hinojosa III is in cha...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 10 February 1972

1 -+ V V. k « THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 THE KIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 IftjLjujx ' • mm ' ■* M*ub M 'Tr Primaries To Maintain Separate Polling Spots •• -• 3 £* .. ><#? DISTRICT CHAMPS— The San Isidro Tigers won the District 32-1A last week by de- feating the Rivera five in the best-of-three series. The Tigers took both games one and two for the title. The Tigers will be playing either Poth or Marion for the Bi-Distriet title. Coach Raul Ruiz" Tigers are, kneeling, Salvador Villarreal, Dennis Guerra and Mario Requenez. Standing 1-r; David Garza, David Garcia, Joe Parr, Robert Garza Jr., and Noel Pena Jr. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Parties [gnore Plight WASHINGTON -- A Mexican- American congressman charges that both national political parties are not addressing themselves responsibly to the problems of the Chicanos. Rep, Edward R. Roybal (D.- Calif.), one of six Spanish-sur- named members of Congress, said, "Something had tobedone to make both parties understand that the Span...

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

Judge Ramirez reports on state of county THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 I A complete report presenting the economic and overall con- dition of this county was ren- dered to the community on September 24, 1969. At that time a promise was made to continue publishing annual re- ports at regular intervals. This is an attempt to comply with that promise. The office of the county attorney and the county judge continued to work in close co- operation so as to provide speedy trials in all cases pos- sible, Forty-three cases are still pending trial for 1969 and 1970, and these consist mostly of wife and child desertion complaints which are difficult to finalize because of frequent absences from the county of one or the other of the parties and because of periodic violations "In the same family. The labor cases have not been resolved either because of pending Fed- eral Court rulings on consti- tutionality. During 1971 there were a total of 161 complaints received by...

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