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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

< 4 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 0 Ecumenical meeting planned (or thursday An ecumenical meeting was to he held Thursday night at 7:30 at ttie First United Methodist Church. Members of the Catho- lic, baptist, and Methodist churches will take part in the program. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Adela Gutierrez, chair- man of Ecumenical Affairs, says the program is titled''The Ecu- menical Mission". Highlighted by a dialogue between Mrs. S. P. Cowan and Mrs. Boone l.a- Grange, the program will also include sketches by Mrs. Frank Anderson, Mrs. J. Alexllinojo- sa, and Mrs. Eubaldo Ponce of the Ecumenical Mission in Ac- tion in Nepal, the Bronx, New York, and in Selma, Alabama. Special music will be provid- ed by an instrumental quartet directed by Frank Smith, High School band director. The meeting will be followed by a fellowship period and re- freshments in the Methodist ed- ucation building. Mrs. Gutierrez states that, '•The United Methodist Chur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 II 1 1 I I RATTLERS ON THE MOVE — Rio Grande City Rattlers are tied for first place with Ray- mondville and Roy Laralde Is one of the reasons for that posi- tion. The Rattlers are 4-2 for the season and have won their first district game against a stubborn Edcouch-Elsa Yellow- jackets team. Pictured above is Roy Larralde going over for a tough touchdown against the Yellowjackets. Larralde leads the district with six touchdowns and four extra points for a tot- al of 46 points for the season. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) MUSIC SURVEY RESULTS WASHINGTON - The John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has released the results of a survey sent to 500 music critics and pub- lishers In response to the question. "What do you consider the most significant work of the past 25 years9" the work receiving the most votes was Benjamin Brit- ten's War Requiem Then, in order, came Krzysztof Pend- erecki's "St Luke's Passion." Leonard Bernst...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 Mo& AdxHfiA* 4 S. Main McAllen Pendants Jeweler YOUR CHRISTMAS STORE FOR OVER 55 YEARS REMEMBER: THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR QUALITY. Earrings COMPARE OUR QUALITY AND PRICES! We Stock Loose Diamonds in All Shapes, Sizes 4 Price Ranges Diamonds * $99.00 jm ,-r-TU, 3%' $24600 Matching sets threesomes ■m ■'/ - ^ ■mi Jfe> $490 00 $337 00 .# \ * J $300 00 $465 00 $456.00 B $217 00 P V> £ V> $337.50 $225.00 $250.00 $155 00 Love comes in colors $225 00 $185 00 $159.00 yl/oe A&o+HA. Watches Accutron DIAMOND RINGS $87.50 TO $2,000,00 TECHNOS BULOVA V? Ht >> Matchmakers, Necklaces from $35 to $150 ARIOSE* tKr i moat prvooue eimuUlfd ptarfe Since 1918 MOE ADAMS JEWELER 4 South Moin Street McAllen, Texas 78501 HERE IS YOUR APPLICATION FOB A CHARGE ACCOUNT SEIKO ♦ JUBILEE Division of Wittnauer WITTNAUER (ir.Ti'J'jtJi' Ml ; \* AN VA . M LONGINES .V '«: ;• V 1 T Since 1850 VISIT OUR JEWELRY DEPARTMENT AT VAL-U-MART STARR...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 45 th Fall Texas Garden Clubs Convention T - by Tissa Peterson BROWNSVILLE — Dele- gates and guests began arriving in Brownsville Monday, Oct. 23 at the Fort Brown Motor Ho- tel Convention Headquarters for the 45th Fall Convention of Tex- as Garden Clubs, Inc. They were met by Mrs. C.E. Black- burn of Brownsville and Mr s. G. Browning Smith of Harlingen, co-chairmen of the convention, and Mrs. Thomas M. Achard of Brownsville, Director of Dis- trict VI which is hosting the convention. The first of the pre-conven- tion working meetings will be the meeting of the Headquarters Trustees Monday evening with Mrs. Chester Kllpatrick of San Antonio presiding. Tuesday morning members of the Finance Committee will meet under the direction of Mrs. G. G. Orr of Houston, first vice- president. Mrs. Robert H. Doo- ley, of Dallas, president of Tex- as Garden Clubs, will call the first meeting of the executive committee in session at 10:30 a.m....

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

¥ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE la CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. — Near end of this year's session of Ccngress I had the privilege of acting as floor manager for passage of a measure of con- siderable importance to our South Texas fishing industry. This was a bill to extend the Fishermen's Protective Act, which otherwise would have ex- (CLUB From Page 9) be introduced b> Mrs. Jay Huck- abee, fifth vice president. De- corations and place favors are being made for the banquet by the West Brownsville Garden Club, the Stuart Place Garden Club of Harlingen and the Mc- Allen Garden Club. The final business session of the Convention will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday in Still man Town Hall. The invocation will be given by Mrs. W.D. Bozek, State Convetnions Chairman. Reports of chairmen will con- tinue. Officers for the 1973-75 administration will be elected. Just before adjournment the final Credentials report will be given by Mrs. Paul Nix, cr...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

i - i: THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 ' From rh« desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer They're here — those crisp, cool days which mean only one thing to almost a million peo- pir in Texas: it's hunting sea- son. Dove season brought a gleam to the eyes of hunters, but it is November which puts that extra bounce in their step, sends them into the hills and valleys and in- to marshes and timbered coun- try for deer, javelina, duck, geese, quail and turkey. Previews of the season have already been obtained by bow hunters, who took advantage of the special archery season which began in October. In addition to the hunting sea- son, most real fishermen are keeping their gear in shape for the excellent fishing which A Weekly Report Of Agri-Businesj Newi armcast Compiled From Sources Of The Texas Department of Agriculture John C. White, Commissioner Higher Crop Production Than 1971 ... Pecan Estimate Declines . . . Citrus Crop Now Expected Higher than 197...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PACE 12 li1 ii 1 si? V/ 1 Court AJIows n„< / Rattlers stomp E-E- Yellow jackets 7-6... FEWER MOSQUITOES RIO DE JANEIRO The government health depart- ment reported the mosquito population is down by 80 per cent on the city's south side since 1966 because of the use of light traps. J" OK THE PEOPLE BY THE PEOPLE Shelby Street Federal Savings and Loan opened a new East- side office recently with a new- twist. There were no speeches and not a city, county or state offi cial or political office holder in sight. WASHING TON-The Supreme Court lias let stand a decision which allows Federal officials to search packages and brief- cases before a person is allowed to enter most major Federal buildings. The General Services Admin- istration, custodian of govern- ment property, increased se- curity measures at Federa" of- fice buildings after offices in New York City, Milwaukee, Ma- dison, Wise., Chicago, andeven the Capitol here were bombed. B...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Happy Birthday to our people our community!!!! Davis Landing Rio Grande City 125 years old In the year 1638 the Governor of the Nuevo ReynodeLeon iis- patched the first offic ial Spanish exploration to the area wh'chis presently known as the R i o Grande Valley of Texas. An ex- pedition of forty men under the command of Sergeant Major Ja- cinto Garc ia de Sepulveda was ordered to explore the lower part of the Rio Do Las Palnias, as the Rio Grande River was known at that time. The expedi- tion proceeded from Cerralvo, Mexico, a settlement on the foothills of the Monterrey moun- tains to a point on the Rio de las Palmas near the present City of Mler and then cross over at the "Paso del Canta- ro", a shallow river crossing near the ranch of "El Hacha", about five and a half miles north of the present city of Roma. The expedition then continued to the presen* site of Rio Grande City aid followed the river to its mouth, close to th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

TV 1 THURSDAY, OCTOBLR 20, 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 14 ,3€ w««v « AMONG SOME OF THE FIRST PROGRESS—Some of the first progressive steps in Rio Grande City and Starr County was the coming of the railroad. The first train into Rio Grande City is pictured here with the stunned people coining to greet it. I GREETING TRAIN — One of the official greeters there for the event when the train first came to Rio Grande City was Mrs. John Pope Jr. She is pic- tured here with the reef of flowers put on the train at the time of Us arrival. RGC Fromi Page Rancho Garza, and due to the commerce on the part of Henry Clay Davis, the ranch began to bear the name of "Davis Land- ing". Camargo and Davis Land- ing flourished and steamboat traffic increased in tempo, as the American troops Degan preparations to storm Monter- rey, Mexico by way of the San Juan River, which was the stra- tegic invasion route of this large military bastion in Northern Mexico. Actually this area was bene- fited by the war...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

RGC From Page 14 the Union forces abandoned Fort Ringgold on March 7th, 1861 and this area was trans- formed into a great trans-ship- ment point for Confereate cot- ton, this vital commodity was sent into Mexico and thence to Europe to be exchanged for armaments anil supplies for the Rebel forces. The Rio Grande Valley ac- tually prospered throughout most of the war years, while avoiding the Yankee blockade, and Rio Grande City in that era passed through one of its brightest commercial chapters. After the Civil War Rio Gran- de City once again became the serene settlement of old, with little commerce and no activity and it did not change very much until a ' free trading zone" was established in Mexico, anil the Mexican customs stations were located about 25 miles from the border toward the interior of Mexico. Rio Grande City mer- chants reaped a harvest of trade, and the area was once again lively; however, then the United States halted the duty- free importation of hides and wool a...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

I ill 1 Sfe --'V^ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1972 Tilt HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 1C KOI SSi:\ ITXkY COMMISSIONS b\ the < hamhi-r Music Sonets nl l.inenln < 'enter three during the l!'7. T:t season three during the tolln.i inp s< t-'hi The romp'i-ers r< Biihara K i, Hi name ! I la rt Im ti Cunn M.iri Kim ul Dinnha ( alit St,inie> Silvei man New York I'riedrieh Cerha m NEW YOHK To cele- brate the :t(ith anniversary nl the Koussevit/k\ Music Knuri da lion Mtrie Olpa knu^ sevitzkv president <>| thi foundation has announced i commissioning prnjct under which six cnmposer.- each will w rile a large sc.m piece lit chamber music The music '-'.ill !>•• premiered \u>tria Kare! iislovakia and Hnumama Hi.- lit.. .1 < /• ■< li 'riu i I.ih . r-i-. ,®>" 1 * "w* • — - * •. . . HEI-'ORI'. MOltSI- 1.1 t>S CAHH1AGI — Mt'liu'i' horseless cai riaues caini' into tlie picture, ami even when llenrx Eur I was just tliinkiiiu aluut the Model T, tins was transportation in Rio Gr...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 WOOD it HOUSING . . — r 7 ''' rTraS A little-known fad about wood explains why this house is nisi as romfnruiblr on an \HKi'sl afternoon as it is when tile residents are snowrtl in. I'!ver\ bod\ knows thai wood keeps a home looking beautiful lint did you know that wood also keeps ;i home warmer in winter, cooler in summer? Wood insulates si\ times belter than brick, la times better than concrete. 1770 times better than aluminum. This means a wood frame house will save you money on heating and cooling bills Kxactly how much we can't sa\ Hut one university test showed that a wood house used 23°Uess fuel in the heating season and less in the air conditioning season than an identical masonn house. Wood is a natural insulator. \iul that's one reason why it makes sense to demand wood in a new home —not only wood training and sheathing, but wood roofing, siding, flooring and windows I'o learn more about this unique material, write fo...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

J ii iii: 3 hi i'iw J si M 111 1 I I I I ^ - * , " .r- ■ r PANTOON BRIDGE—When the calvary first came to Rio Grande City back in days of old the original front company built this first pantoon bridge across the Rio Grande River. The bridge provided the first link between RioGrande City and the United States and Camargo of Mexico. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1072 THE RIOGRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 GREETING—One of the first commanders at Fort Ringgold was greeted by the Mexican Counsul during the "Fiestas Mex- icanas". In the background are members of the fiesta holding up one of the first American flags to be crossed over from Starr County. t Farm Supply Hunting & Fishing Equipment Household Supplies Mission Hardware & Supply Company, Inc. Ycntr Hardware Supply Center IU 5-2341 1000 Conway MISSION. TKXAS Valley-Wide Service TEX- AG COMPANY, INC. HERBICIDES-FUNGICIDES INSECTICIDES & NEMAT0CIDES FOR CITRUS, COTTON, VEGETABLES & GRAIN DIAL 585-4567 MISSION, TEXAS WE SERVICE THE VALL...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 19 Main St. Rio Grande. Tex *.« . WE PAVE THE VALLEY II IPPY HIRTIII),iY RIO GRANDE CITY MISSION PAVING COMPANY INC. 585-1615 MISSION RIO GRANDE CITY We Appreciate Your Business MISSION FEED & SEED STORE 704 CONWAY MISSION DRESS OF THE DAY—Pictured above is a 'typical' dress for a young man during the blooming days of Starr County and Rio Grande City. In early 1971 the double breasted coat again reached a new peak in men's fashions. WHAT IS NOW MAIN" STREET — Here is a few by the cam- era looking west on Main Street. The building on the right is the old post office with what is now the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce Office and what was recently Starr Pharmacy. The street was highly decorat- ed during parades and when new troops were stationed at Fort Ringgold. MOl I II INDICATKS DISKASK LONDON Dentists should operate an early warn- ing system in the diagnosis of diseases savs Prof J. Harold Jones professor of oral medici...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

4l Htaf iip m N ■' .--q . •- ■ ' • ■ fyMtSki w BUTCII CASSIUV ANI) THE SUNDANCE KID? — No not really but pictured here 111 ;i photo taken on May IT., l'JHO were some U.S. Marshals. They were Casnniro Perez Alvarez, lather of Mrs. Estela Contreras, Juan Ilinojosa, father of John Ilino- josa, Abundio Contreras, Mr s. Contrerras' Father-in-Law and Abundio Trevino, father of Abundio Trevino all of Kio Grande City. Rio Grande City now lf.O years old had many problems as a young town ot: the grow but lawmen like these four young Marshals law and order was kept even at the point of .1 gun barrel. It's history is as colorful as it's people and Rio Grande City rest on a heritage second to none. weekends with us. (•<■! salislat lion and monc\ at our met ! ini^s The Army Reserve. k pays to go to meetings. Scit&cUuf RIO GRANDE CITY WE Appreciate Your Business Valley Builders Supply Inc. ST7-2401 1/8 MILE HWY. 83 PHARR iHLltsuAV, OCTOBER 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 ts RIO GRAND...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THE RIO GRANDE HERALD THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 PAGE 21 Thanks Starr County And Happy Birthday To The Folks In Rio Grande City'— WE ENJOY SERVING YOU MISSION Wholesale Grocery Co. LOOKING 1 AT UN MAIN STREET — Cameramen <>f the times caught a quiet afternoon in Rio Grande City looking east on Main Street from the roof top of what is now Laredo Furniture Distributors. The picture shows the old C.C. Valle General Store. The site is presently housing Triple L. Furniture and his sons television shop, Retired Col. C.C. Valle Radio and T. V. Hospital. The banner across Main Street was courtesy of the Margo Saloon welcoming; tin* 10th Cavalry to Rio Grande City. 600 CONWAY MISSION HALLOWEEN PROTECT CHILDREN FROM CR V M'OTS The most frightening hor- ror of Halloween does not stem from the ghosts and goblins who ring doorbells with masked cri'?d of trick or treat. Rather, il is the gro- tesque behavior of crackpots behind some of those door- bells wfio turn the children's evening of m...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

J! re i .1 i ■m 11 !b 11 11 ;!| 1 I ■ li' ■ Fronton's Maria Lydia wins Carroll scholarship THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 Patchwork Pleasures KINGS VILLI1- --Six Texas Ail University students have been awarded Edith M. Carroll Mem- orial Scholarships for the fall semester, announced Dr. John W. Glock, Texas A&l Univer- sity dean of teacher education. Senior recipients of the award were Kathleen Mittag of Kings- ville, Maria Lydia Guerra of Fronton, Catherine Moy of Runge and Leonel Soliz of Ben- avides. Also receiving the scholarships were Annie Lit- tles, a junior from Victoria, and Harlan Nielsen, a sophomore from Kingsville. BANANA BOUQUET The scholarship awards the recipients with $250 for the fall semester. The scholarship is renewable, on basis of grade point average (GPA), for the next semester. Qualifications for receiving the scholarships are based on scholastic aptitutde and finan- cial need. Recipients with 12 or more hours should have at lea...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

±. I . W/tOfli/t. c. R.ANTKONV c o if ^ \ J Fabric Fashion In Print 54/56" Polyester HIGHLAND TARTANS VALUE $4.99 The ever-popular fall and winter fabric! These Highland Tarfan plaids are perfect for skirts, suits, blazers — any fall or winter fashion. In 7 popular colors and patterns. The Perfect Fabrics For Young Fashions! Finish decorating your bedroom with these beautiful poppy prints in 50% Fortrel® Polyester, 50% cotton fine muslin. Flat or bottom contour®. These will really go fast, so hurry! PACIFIC NO-IRON SHEETS Colorful Poppy Prints 50% Fortel' Polyester, 50% Cotton ALL ACETATE LADIES' GOWNS $1.99 VALUE All S izes and Colors Similar To Illustration PANTY HOSE These excellent value panty hose are from one of the best known branded hose companies in America. But because they are slightly irregular they are offered to you at a greatly reduced price. All fashion colors from soft tones to deep tones are available. Twin Flat or Fitted Sheets Regular 2.99 each Full Flat or Fitte...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

w r ■ !;: Wm V ' Lowe to BOUTIQUE JUVENILE IF we could list everything we have on special in this space, we would be accomplishing the impossible. . . BOUTIQUE JUVENILE has one of the best if not the best selections of children's clothing from a baby jump suit to a complete teenagers wardrobe ... we have blouses, skirts, shirts, body socks, and hundreds of top name quality items for little and not-so-little girls . . we have jeans, flare slacks, suits, t-shirts and hundred's of other items for tots to young lads... come to our BIG HALLOWEEN SALE starting this Thurs- day night for one of the best SALES that BOUTIQUE JUVENILE has ever offered . . . nd there is still more to come . „ . but you must be there and see our spot specials . . . BOUTIQUE JUVENILE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CKNTER YEEEOw HALLOWEEN WHEN WE HAVE A SALE WE DON'T HAVE TO GIVE YOU FRIDAY THE 13th STORIES YOU KHOW WE'VE SLASHED OUR PRICES!! COMPLETE CLEARANCE ON SUMMER LINES 20% 30% 40% 50% STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER j. ...

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