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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

-1 - IN THE DISCOUNT CENTER USE NUESTRO PLAN DE SEPARO" SKIRTS $ REG. 3.99 REG. 4.99 97 CAPRI PANTS LADIES' REG. 17.95 COATS 1 AND RAIN COATS //r $400 \ GIRLS' COATS REGULAR $12.95 $ I / BOY'S PANT REG. 2.99 LADIES BLOUSES REG. 2.99 CURTAINS REG. 7.99 MEN'S PANTS REG. $4.99 MEN'S BANLON SHIRTS REG. 4.99 67 BONDED 54X58 REG. 2.99 SHIRTS ^ $ 157 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT REG. 4.99 60" WIDE YARD 99< MANTA4r$l0.0 Keg. 090 100% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT REG 4.99 $497 BOY'S 100% 60" WIDE POLYESTER DOUBLE KNITS 5.99 $3 19 JACKETS $0 00 ^ REGULAR $12.95 ^ ° DISCOUNT CENTER Oualit) Mi h /;,ui,li.H f >r/.iss Starr Plaza Shopping Center

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

i mm $tl ll'll 1 w® , liii ;i1 II i PRODUCE SPORTING GOODS FROZEN FOODS ^ 2 49' f 35* s DEL MAR FISHING *ODS 44w T4. 33 6 1/2 REG. 13.95 durod REG. 10.95 ORANGE TREESWEE7 JUICE CUKES 6 OZ. SHORT HARRISS STRAWBERRY CAKE ORE-IDA HASH BROWN POTATOES 36 OZ GREEN FISH AND EISHERBOY CHIPS BUNCH MIX OR MATCH'EM. FROSTY ACRES. CUT CORN. MIXED VEGETABLES GREEN PEAS AND NORTHERN 20 07 PEAS AND CARROTS TOWELS JUMBO ROLl ~ " FLEECY WHITE I 2 GALLON ROLLS FOR MRS TUCKER'S OIL / 48 OZ. jUG A SCOT TOWELS TWIN PACK 2 ROLL IWV FIRST CHOICE FLOUR 5 LB. TEXSUN 46 oz ORANGE JUICE •WtX AGINCY v DISCOUNT PRESCRIPTIONS Mrs Gloria R Guerrero Registered Pharmacist 487-2504 TOMATO (BUFFALO) PUREE // ENTERTAINMENT DEPARTMENT LIBBY TEA- GLASSES CREMORA CREAMER MIN-MI 8 TRACK bayer CAR STEREO 22 OZ 8 TRACK TAPE CARRYING CASE PILLSBURY CAKE MIX SNOWDRIFT SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN AM-FM-8 TRACK CAR STEREO $88 00 PUFFS 20CS DRIVE KING SIZE CASSETTE TAPE RECORDER i AM-FM BATTFRY 4 ELECTRIC PORTABLE RADIO Vi - 69< MEA...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

:ai o$ THROW AWAY 16 OZ. SIZE ONLY FLAVORS SHOWN ORANGE STRAWBERRY ROOT BEER GRAPE IOLL GOU* > «* A DISCOUNT FAMILY CENTER ]R PROP LINO CANALES GENERAL MANAGER 1(K( y STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS Home of the Cantaloupe 487-2502 Guerrero rmacist 4 WHILE IN THE LOWER VALLEY VISIT OUR SISTER STORE VALLEY-MART OF SAN BENITO WINS i ASPIRINS E TUBE OR |AR I 98 d and SHOULDERS EM TOOTHPASTE E REG 3 99, REG 3SC 7 OZ REG 85c Zt .OX ' N M Mm REG 5 29. r :r RU3 STEAK iDE CUi. R US!'- GOOD chuck steak PROTEN BEEF OR USDA GOOD LB. 65< heavy beef ribs 49< LB. EF pork chops FAMILY PACK 88* LB irizo ItANCHf RITA KRAFT LONGHORN STYLE cheese 10 OZ PKG. ?. *" LB 65* EACH > & * s a! 1** ^\tvv ass STRETCH and SEAL CLEAR FOOD WRAP V f" ^ ROLL PINTO BEANS NEW CROP LB. FIRST CHOICE peas CAN < GEBHARDTS DEL MONTE 46 OZ. ( faultless; Faultless. Faultless v spray i spray j spray starch 1 starch | i starch .CANS FOR TEXSON N CHILI NO BE,« 4g FAULTLESS SPRAY STARCH t TOP...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

\\m Hi ii i _ I ■ | i ■ i i % i ■■' i- J ^ t w i Starr Plaza Shopping Center Ibahkm*ericaro u* llfiw t" " RUSTIC DRAPES HEADY TO HANG... EACH PANEL 27X87 49 < PORCELAIN WARE (PANS, SKILLETS) $117 B 9 KEROSENE LAMPS 161/2 INCHES TALL $3.9 99 7 PC. PORCELAIN COOKWARE s6." FAULTLESS SPRAY STARCH 22 OZ. CAN ST BOYS SOCKS SIZES 6 X 81/2 TO 9 TO II PAIRS FOR *1 00 40 PC. MILK GLASS BUFFET SET s6.w MEN'S SOCKS STRETCH SIZES IOXTO 13 2 PAIRS FOR $l 00 e SWEATERS SMALL-MEDIUM-LARGE 88 LADIES SPANGLE KNIT CAPS $100 © MEN'S CHECKED FLARE LEG PANTS BONDED KNIT 2 YARDS <100 FOR ™ KNEE-HI SOCKS SIZES 8-11-9-11 2 PAIRS $||0iUf FOR f « LADIES SLIPPER 7 PC. CAST ALUMINUM COOKWARE $12J 88 MEN'S CORDUROY JACKET SMALL-MEDIUM-LARGE $1095 LACE ONE SIZE PANTY HOSE j JUMBO LAY AWAY NOW FOR BIG CHRISTMAS SAVINGS!! DRINKING *Coe REG. 3.77 $1§8 & VARIETY STORES I 1

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

HAVE WE GOT A BIG COLLECTION FOR YOU... FROM A TO NAME BRAND CASUAL WEAR ALL™ WAITING FOR YOU AND ONLY AT THE... - OPEN SUNDAYS STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER J WE'RE BREWING BIG VALUES FOR nir BIG SPECIALS TONIGHT I }. '.i I h,:! : • iiVi I ' .1 ^'17^ '.!e *" * < j-vOiaittut \ VC. • J* # " r" ' •> f c C ™ ■ # .* T rrft TT T ,T" *"*1 Wt ptp rr wt -r rm t ' * tttit; JT tm TT-« TTTI trpr - " '' ,m" 'DOUB L E K NITSs"'' Rep. 79? COTTONS AND OACRONS 3 $1.00 double KNITS . .R.' Yds. (Printed) $198 1 'c,',1 ;hv. ha-x'M: 1 ' ' \ . , V. .< f; <•„ x *U ■■■> it*-J- *«.•' . 1 * • <■■■'....,~jr ■' - >,J* ^ Keg. 79? $1.98 POLYESTER REMNANTS.. 2 ?„?• $1.00 V\.^JERSEY.''.?:« 2 QUILTED REMNANTS 4 & $1.00 CANVAS REMNANTS 4 £$1.00 $1.25 LACES '.'..'.r. . • 10c ZIPPERS -2 S( MANTA 4 ^ $1.00 (bc.-w m.wBan'D^P,T i„rl., |0< COTTONS 6 ;s $1.00 Come and visit in our completely stocked completely new Bridal Shop... everything for the bride... Yds. Plaza Fabrics Right Inside Val-U-Ma...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

STAND A GHOST OF A CHANCE... WHILE YOU ARE ENIOYING THE GREAT SALE HERE AT STARR PLAZA STOP BY FOR A CUP OR A COMPLETE COMPLETE HEAL! FOUNTAIN AND SHORT ORDERS FOR YOUNG SHOPPERS RATTLERS DEN STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER 487-3424 J At Cantu s Enco WE DO OUR SERVICE FOR HALLOWEEN SPECIALS WE HAVE Battery Charges, and Many other ENCO Specials Come See Us!!! JOi CANTU ENCO SERVICE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER HAVE WE GOT GIFTS We have gift ideas that will really turn you on- Gifts for all occassions gifts of love, gifts of friendship, gifts of appreciation but best of all they are on Sale this week our gift to you RAMIREZ GIFT Starr Plaza Shopping Center YFEEOW FOR m HALLOWEEN MEN'S SOCKS LADIES' REG. 1.00 REG. 3.99 TENNIS | LADIES REG. $3.95 V HEN'S SHOES REG. 14.95 LADIES' SHOES BOY'S SHOES REG. 9.99 LADIES SHOES BOY'S TENNIS REG, 3.99 FAMILY SHOE STORK Sljirr INuzu Shopping Cnilcr 'Tin* FriciHllir*! Sinn* III T'ohii"

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

- " , m i THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO UKANDE HERALD PAGE 31 FolKS & Facts The Roma Historical Museum Association will hold its first annual open meeting for the 1972-1973 term, Friday Octo- ber the 27th at the Parish Hall at 7:30 in the evening. Election and installation of officers will be held. Mrs. Ma- ria Paz R. Gonzalez, president urges all members to attend. Guest speaker for the even- ing will be Rodolfo C. Salinas, Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent of Schools of Rio Grande City. Roma has recently been added to the National Park Service's Register of Historical places. 1^-" John Howard Payne, composer of "Home, Sweet Home,'' was the first American to play the role of Hamlet. PARADE — Among some of the first parades of the com- pany station here during the early days of Rio Grande City. When the soldiers came to Rio Grande City parades before inspections and other local events were not unusual. Pictured above is the 16th Calvary, as they prepared to ins...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

■s m THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 32 Herald names new social editor... Mrs. James Peterson of Rio Grande City has joined the staff of the Rio Grande Herald and will be in charge of all social news. Mrs. Peterson is the wife of James Peterson of Rio Gran- de City and the couple have two children, Kent, 5 and Lori 22 months. She is a graduate of Texas A&I University where she majored in Elementary Ed- ucation and minored in English. The family lives at 501 North Washington. Mr^. Peterson will be res- ponsible for the collection of all woman's page material but will not handle advertisement or circulation matters. "We are happy to have Mrs. Peterson join our newspaper and feel that she will be a big plus in our ever expanding and growing Rio Grande Herald" said James V. Mathis, pub- lisher. "I feel very fortunate to have Tissa join me in our efforts to give the people of Rio Grande City and Starr County the type of newspaper that has grown with our county,"...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 33 w:w flj V \ \ ^t;r " "% ki "<• TWiWl " jff: \ j, „ I I v: ■ , - .v- ' i ; 1 ; ■y vr\'v.> " *: i- \ \ ^\,r ' iHi■I WHEN WE WERE YOUNG — Among some of those early pioneers to Rio Grande City were these two young and pretty ladies out for a Sunday afternoon in what used to be the 'in' carriage of the day. Sunday afternoons was a day for happy discussions at the corner and Rio Grande City was on the grow in those and there was much to be said in the cool evening hours. Before You Decide Test Drive Europe's Best Selling Car IT'S anan LES MANNERING 817 W. HWY. 83 McALLEN A Hearty rSalute' To The Old Pioneers Of Starr County- - NjClXAA' * MISSION. TEXAS COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE MEMBER F.D.I.C. 1100 Conway Mission Delicious Dieting Diction >s i'usy. If you don't believe it, ask your neighbor the one who's never been on a diet. She'll point out the low calorie content of lean meat, broiled fish and raw vegetables. And she'll u...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 34 Fire Rules for the Aged gj THE HISTORY OF HALLOWEEN G The aftermath of fire too often leaves the elderly as a tragic statistic. This can be pre- vented, however, if they are made aware of a few brief rules to follow. • First of all, the aged should be familiar with all exits and know two plans of escape. If possible, they should sleep on the first floor or near an easy way out. • All stairways should be clear of objects to prevent falling. • They should be instructed never to smoke while in bed. • The elderly should wear tire- safe clothing when around an open flame. • They should have easy access to a telephone, with emergency numbers at hand. • Appropriate fire extinguish- ers, Listed by Underwriters' Laboratories, should be within reach, and the aged should be shown how to use them. They can also help themselves by planning ahead; others can help by developing emergency plans for them. FIRESTONE STORES 211 EAST 9th ST. MISS...

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

eery " I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 35 1 . • • .. \#Z - ' " J •• : 1 fill • ■ - - 4->;- "" •" ssasi_. QsTTIMG A woei_P'> KECOEP IM l956,T*JO-YEAR- OUP Vl£Kie PAVI* OF MILWAUKEE, VWIJCOKOIM, SURVIVEP A 3o?V Tf MPERATUPE OF OULV 60-8 PE6PEES FAHREWHEiT--//HltH iJALMOiT ?0 P£'6eEE£ g£LOW "THE " NORMAL" BOPV TEMPERATURE.' M fTTBILL '00iff PEVICE CALLEP THE "MEAT Ex CHAMBER," SALVAGES MEAT !W WOT WATER THAT WOUtp OTHERWISE BE WA^TEP.AUP "THE EWEIZjiy (ZEClAiMEP By 7Hl£ EEMABMBlE IWVEHJTION • CAW WACM HUUPREPS OF homes through The wiurte *rty<Z/zfe<f SilttlcOzif RIO GRANDE CITY! We Appreciate Your Fine Patronage Through-Out The Years 01 (Tin ercuniiie Merchandise Of \1cril SINCE 1917 NO. 1 SO. MAIN PHONE 6-8364 Save With Security and Safety l!i«r|i<>*t Rales Paid I ndrr Wiv Su|M*r\ision or riic IVdrral (fo\crmmwit ) on ('.an Sun' H\ Mail .) Hidalgo Savings & n LO \\ VSSOCIVTION 1)1 VL 3«:M( 7( 3(H) S. CLOSNKK CDIMU l{<> _ ill i hm i r...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3G : :t 1 I I i I I IK 4 1 §« Versatile Deaf-Blind Learn Photography Jobs Colonial Founder — Deaf and Blind children in experimental joint c lasses at the West Virginia Schools for the Deaf and Blind here are being trained for photography- related jobs "Once this class proves to be the success we expect it to be. more and more classes will be integrated with both deaf and blind," predicts Dale Rawlings. a counselor for the deaf and blind "We think we're the first with such integrated classes. instructor Charles Thompson said Thompson teaches the stu- dents, enrolled in the school from throughout West Virginia, skills in television photography, editing television tape, still photography and processing and printing of both black and white and color films Everyone gets a chance to try everything, but the deaf stu- dents concentrate on the visual aspects of the course such as film editing and picture taking. Here Now— The Beautiful 7...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

d THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 37 i r £ singly, a"' mm a- *V<? rfrfjtur j?F rc)['Ay'--. |mmo(-<ili2-ep hl?-f'ital patiemts t't.vlu'k 2£p-?j>ct *' WHIuH ACE ciEWtt'ALLY C-AOiCP ^ IW £ UFF"J L IE WT H t i^Op* F"1.0lA/ rj the afff^ttp «.bea pue tj> fpe5.jut?e ow the pwr> . uwt;^. eeiewruv.thev wepe pifficult TO TREAT iur "-1.1V TC ME Al iVOWJ PoCT£R> HAsJE FOD(UP i_OW lUTtUyirY PIB6CT LUKI2EMT ,'AU p( APPL IF P Ti THE 0EP.SOKE /AEEA U5IMG A UMIT CALLEP A VITE?<2W uipL jEVEfJATOK PfeSliiWEP £0KP£>KATiOW"5 EiTTEK I7IVI5ION/ CoCHESTEt?, W.V. TESTS COHPVCTCP M THE UWIueBSfTY OF Ml^50U(CI MEPICAL CENlEt? >H°W THAT THE NEALIWO PATE IS Sit.uiT ICAMTLV iMCKEAStp! vv You'll Enjoy Shopping For The Family Needs--- WHILE IN McALLEN VISIT krwje FAMILY CENTER McALLEN COURTHOUSE — Every city should have a courthouse and Rio Grande City was and is the county seat for the county of Starr. Here is shown the original courthouse in Starr County. The buil...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

m I# THE RIVER AT SUNSET — In the early 1800's this was a photo of the sunset on the Rio Grande viewing it from the banks on the U.S. side of the border. The site pictured is located where the Starr County Water District purnps are presently located. VIEW OF RIO GRANDE CITY — Pictured above Is a view of Rio Grande City as the camera looked towards the river which is pictured in the background. Approximately some 70 per cent of the buildings of that era still add to the historical value of Rio Grande City. I " Serving The Oil Fraternity of Starr County... Duty Tool Co. May The Coming Years Be Even Greater 585-3451 i I I 1 I 86S E. Hwy. 83 Mission Hay is what made yester- day s barns big as a barn " Every farm needed a loftv. dry space to store the huge loose quantities of food for cows and horses HURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 38 0 The Earth weighs 6,600,000.000,000,000,000,000 tons. (Notes from Page 37) treatment should bo placed on keeping your feet and loes a...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

HOW "ETIQUETTE" CONSCIOUS ARE YOU? U\7.j The ways in which we do, and do not handle a variety of situations can very often be a reflection on our person- ality and refinement. To find out where you stand in terms of "etiquette know-how," take the following test. ^<*3rr \i i !- I M * 1. When a single girl is invited to dinner at a bache- lor's apartment, should she (A) go for a prescribed amount of time, (B) take a chaperone with her, ((') de- cline the invitation? 2. Does a young bride properly thank friends and relatives for wedding gifts by (A) sending a printed or en- graved card of thanks, (B) making a personal phone call to express her gratitude, (0) personally handwriting her thank-you on a sheet of note paper? ■'!. If someone you know well, dies, and you particular- ly wish to send flowers, but the obituary requests a donation to charity, may you (A) forget about the whole thing, (B) send only a donation, ((') send a dona- tion and flowers to the funeral or later to the ho...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

K eepimg THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 40 I "I•cannot imagine myself without religion. I could as easily fancy a living body without a heart..." This statement toy Helen Keller, a legend in her own lime, occurs in her fiiscina ting hook My l{clif>ii>ii "For nearly six years," she wrote, "I had no concepts whatever of nature or mind or ilealh or God. I literally thought with my toody....! was like an unconscious clod of earth." Slowly and painfully, she learned the names of the things she could touch; she learned to talk and to listen with her hands. She learned to read - to write, and type- write and was eventually graduated from Radcliffe College with honors. No woman of any age has been more justly celebrated. Little is known, however, about Miss Keller's spiritual beginnings. her personal religious creed. .Although she studied the writings of Flalo, Socrates, and many others, she was most influenced toy Emanuel Swedenborg, lsth centurj scientist, the...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

\ -J XI ■ 3 y \ \ STEAK AND ALE? — No, not really, just plain old steak and green beans, baked potatoes, home made bread, tea and All-American Apple pie. The Rio Grande City Rattlers, the varsity cheerleaders and their coaches along with their high school principals were treated to a private dinner Tuesday evening by the Rat- tler's Den Breakfast Club. The non-profit organization was founded by Col. C.C. Valle with a twenty-dollar bill and a good idea to feed the Rattler and their associates a good meal without going all over town gathering donations, thus the group that has breakfast were asked to toss in a fist full of dollars and the club was formed. This past Tuesday night with the help of Mrs. Edna Ramon, Mrs. Manuela Rodriguez, Tiburcia Ramirez and John Martinez and Ricardo Solis the players were treated to a steak dinner at the high school cafeteria. Pictured above are the Rattler Coaching Staff enjoying their meal. (Herald photos by Raul Trejo) THURSDAY. OCTOBER 2G, 1972 THE...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

:uj ';'! i II 11 i! A, Si I Players enjoy meal... TH0TiotXipCXORPn ?r, 107? thp rto p.nanDf: HERALD PAGE 42 GILDA ENJOYS MEAL — Pretty Junior Varsity Cheerleader Gilda Madrigal is pictured as she enjoys her meal with the players during the Third Annual Breakfast Club Dinner. Miss Madrigal is just one of the many students that was appreciated with the dinner for her part in providing Rio Grande City High School with the football spirit' and maybe just because she's attractive. (Herald photo) CHEERLEADERS « Pictured above are just a few of the cheer- leaders and their sponsor Mrs. J.O. Pena as they took part in the annual steak dinner. Welcoming the group were F, L. Neiderjohn, Cesar Leal and others of the Rattler's Den Break- fast Club. RACIAL ADJUSTMENT WELLINGTON, N Z — A baby girl with a European father and a Maori mother has achieved fame by being for- mally registered as a half-caste European. Deidre Hemingway's Maori grandfather, Tom Waiwai, in- sisted on the move because he sa...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

I THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1072 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 43 (TELL from page 3) for the 4Hers, unci I got a first liana look at the ex- treinly great work that the Rio Grande City High School Cafeteria does for our local students. Mrs. Manuela Rodriguez and Mrs. IUburcia Ramirez and the rest of the cafeteria staff along with their head lady Mrs. Edna Ramon should feel very proud of the work they do. Everything in that cafeteria is spotless and when you are feeding 1900 plus students . . . Their bread baking along with their pies. . , l>oy . . . no wonder we have very few students crossing over to munch on corn chips and cokes. The Starr County Commissioners held a special meeting last week were forced into a compromise they didn't want. The oil companies filed into the court meeting with their lawyers and told the court that they were plan- ning to take the County to court to get everyone re- evaluated. The problem stems from a raise in taxes of some $10,000 that the county had rai...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 44 I J I 1 II I! f 11 m $2j0.00 CHECK — The Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce represented by Samuel Ramos of member Central Power and Light Company is pictured handing over to Mrs. Andres Canales of the Rio Grande City High School Band Booster a check for $250.00 to be used by the band during their trip to Pigskin Jubilee. The Chamber of Commerce will be sponsoring a party for the band during their waiting period between appearances at the coveted competition. The party will be sponsored both for the High School and Junior High Bands. In recent years the bands have had little to do during competition, so to kill the bordom, the chamber under the direction of the band booster organization will sponsor the party. Pigskin Jubilee will be November 18 at Weslaco's Barbee Field. (Herald Photo by Raul Trejo) y HAPPY BIRTHDAY To All Our Fore-Fathers For Our Rio Gmnde City GOMEZ APPLIANCE STORE :iii i:. m \i\ Mt7-.'UOO Kio Grande (,il\ ...

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