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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

- •m THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 45 BiM'kfSroiiiids in "I'iiioccliio" Mws< KmlM'llislM'd *'l IMSIH'V CartmHiN M KK1'- of the more important, yet gj ft rarely acclaimed areas of a'ni- C9 PJ mation productions is the design and painting of back- grounds. In the making of Walt Disney's "Pinocchio," which is currently in re- release to a new generation of movie doers, the most finely detailed back- grounds ever to appear in a Disney car- toon feature were created. Claude Coats, background artist on "Pi- nocchio" and now involved in the design of new attractions for Walt Disney World in Florida, reminisces about the near- ly one thousand backgrounds that were painted lor Walt Disney s second feature- length cartoon in 11)40. "Backgrounds have always reflected the story and the artists had to supply the proper stage of illusion to make the action credible. 'Pinocchio' was the most complex story we ever tried to do in cartoon form, and coming on the heels of 'S...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

s I Rio Grande City And It's People We Are Also Proud That Our Rio Grande Herald HAS BEEN A PILLER IN KEEPING ITS PEOPLE INFORMED... We Congratulate All It's Former Publishers and Editors t .4- RIO GRANDE SERVING STARR COUNTY FOR SO YEARS TM AWARD WINNING NEWSPAPER L *-P.g-B.8.9J>A£ \F >QBflflBflflflflBBflflflBflaflBflfiflflflflflflBflflBBflBBflBflflB9fiflflflflflflflBflfl8BBOOfll)BOOOOODeeooeeBaBOoeaaoaBaeaaaoBaaeaaaeaoaofloao«o< 1

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 47 i i- h - Vegetable Consumption Feeling Effects Of Affluent Life Style WESLACO -- What vegetable do you think has shown the big- gest increase in consumption during the past decade? If you guessed tomatoes you're on target. How come? Next time you drive down main street or hit the highway just note the fast food stands and pizza emporiums and the car- loads of young people around them and you" have a good share of the answer. All dispense catsup at a pro- digious rate and it's this pro- cessed tomato product which is one of the principal outlets for America's favorite vege- table these days, according to Tom Longbrake, area vege- table production and consump- tion during the 1960's, per cap- ita annual consumption of pro- cessed tomatoes grew the fast- est of all, rising 18 per cent during the decade to 50 pounds per person. "The burgeoning fast food business featuring seasoned hamburgers and french fries is responsible for alm...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 48 \ !{2 ? Si \ J - II: | , | Should Students' Records Be Made Public? Washington — Should students — and parents — be able to sae all their public school re- cords? Up to now students' files traditionally have been "con- fidential," with only school ad- ministrators and teachers al- lowed to examine them, the Fu- ture Teachers of America, an affiliate of the National Educa- tion Association, says. But now some questions are being raised. In New York State a contro- versy over the confidentiality of these sort of files, FTA said, has developed and educators a- round the national are re-eval- uating the situation. Some educators believe that some parts of records — those Stock Withdrawn WASHINGTON — The U.S. Supreme Court has let stand a lower court decision permitting a stock to be withdrawn from trading on the American Stock Exchange — the first time a company has had its name tak- en off that list of traded stocks. The exchange...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY. OCTOBER 26. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HEftALD PAGE 49 i- l I I Nader Profiles Completed On 484 U.S. Congressmen Ralph Nader's Congress proj- ect, saying "most people lave never heard of 95 per cent" of the rational legislators, made public Saturday detailed pro- files of the 484 senators and representatives seeking re-elec- tion. The Nader organization said it enlisted more than 500 "non- partisan volunteers" to search records and conduct interviews throughout the country. The re- sulting information, it said, was supplemented and reduced to final form by a staff of 130 in Washington. The 14,000-plus pages of docu- mentation on individual mem- bers represent the second por- tion of the Nader group's mas- sive study of Congress. The first, an overview published as a paperback book, concluded that Congress, rather than truly representing the people, has f&llen under the control of the President and special-interest groups. This book, entitled "Who Buns Congress-the President, ...

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 50 YOU'VE HAD GONORRHEA ONCE SO YOU CAN'T GET IT AGAIN ? 4 ■ *>'• r"'v :xV* -ItAi • ►.3£?": v :>' v* 3r> • 'J ^ aSt- *< f t. ' ■ , I'V v. <£ S 00 •• r. ■V-* * *• -' *-' • \V, v. Let's spell it out very carefully so there will be no misunderstanding: *' ' ?f ' ' -A Point No. I: You can have more than one case ^ '* $ of gonorrhea. You can catch it as many j**5®t j, . V: ■ ,-jf - _ 3^'$ times as you have exposures. . • *. iix *i«w •: Point No. 2: The same thing is true of syphilis . . . you can get it as many times as you are exposed to the germs which cause it. ■4~ | i - t Mil Point No. 3: There are no vaccines to protect you ahead of time against catching gonorrhea or syphilis. And none are likely to be developed anytime soon. Point No. 4: There are no magic creams or lotions or salves that can be used before or after exposure, despite what the street-corner medics might tell you. Want to know more of the truth abou...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 26 October 1972

?■' 'VJKRiPl THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2G, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 52 1 I ! i ; STARR COUNTY 4-H COUNCIL -- Pictured above is the newly organized Starr County 4-H Council. The council consist of delegates from all the different clubs in the county. The purpose of the council is to share ideas and combine efforts during projects. It also serves as a central nerve system for the 4-II Clubs of the County. Newly installed officers of the organization are 1-4: Mrs. J. Lino Perez, sponsor, Veltna Vecinaiz, Girl Vice-President, Victor Vicinalz, secre- tary, Maria Elena Rodriguez, president, Raymond Nye, Boy Vice-President, Tony Resendez, Treasurer, Mari Montalvo, reporter and David Sanderfer, sponsor. (Herald Photo by Raul Trejo) THE FAMILY LAWYER Wife in Name Only During their courtship, Hannah spoke soulfully to Jim about the joys of raising a family. But right after the marriage, she changed her tune. In fact, she refused to have sexual relations with him. Finally Jim sued for an annul-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

ir Pi li \r RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 13 Thursday, MovoihImt 2. 1972 Rio (iruu<l<* ('.ity, IVxaw Redistricting delayed until early March... m - m SANTA AND HELPERS IN NOVEMBER ??? — Sure, Santa and his pretty helpers were out looking over the situation in Rio Grande City before the big day arrives in Starr County. Santa Claus, played here in our traditional 'Charro Santa Claus' by Noe Rodri- guez is flanked by Miss Starr County Maria Elena Rodriguez, a Santa Helper Alicia Olivarez, Miss Lions Club Billie Diaz and Runnerup Miss Starr County Luisa Garcia. The five are pictured here for promotional pictures for the up-coming Starr County Christmas Fiesta. The fiesta is scheduled for December 2-3-4. The fiesta is filled with everything from the traditional rodeo to a children's pet show to a parade and of course our beauty contest ... for Miss Starr County. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) Ringgold Junior...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1972 Till l.'IO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 \ '*. i*mn \ ym I lH issut inaugurating UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 A Letter To The Editor ( \ k SALDANA MOTORS — Homero Sal(lana and Perfecto Cabrera are pictured as they work on the office of the future Saldana Motors. Saldana who has over 1C years experience in the motor business will be providing some clean used cars and trucks when his busi- ness opens in approximately 45 days. Cabrera is a local contractor. (Herald photo by Raul Trejo) RAMIREZ FIRESTONE WANT ADS ASSUME PAYMENTS no down payment 25" DIAG. COLOR T.V. CONSOLE Philcomatic Tuning Contemporary Styling M From Original ® Balance assume payments of $15.00 monthly NO DOWN PAYMENT 18 CUBIC FOOT REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER Philco - No Frost - Still In Warranty Deluxe Model Assume Payments of $10.00 monthly Save Over From Original Balance <200! 00 black and white bargain!! 23" diag black and white TELEVISION console STILL IN WARRANTY SAVE OVER ASSUME PAYMEN...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

)1 t - y I i i 1 i Got a beef? call the U.S. Attorney The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of Tex- as Anthony J.P. Harris of Houston was in the Valley Tuesday morning warning against violations of the election code and election laws. "We are going to keep personnel on duty in our Houston, Laredo, Corpus Christi and Brownsville offices in case anyone wants to file a complaint in connection with the elections this coming Tuesday," Farris said. Karris said that Bill Bowers, Corpus Christi U.S. Attorney, Raul Gonzalez, Brownsville U.S. Attorney Jack Sheppard and himself in the Houston office anil Dan Alfaro in Laredo will be on duty during the hours between 7 a.m. and 12 midnight to receive any and all complaints. The callers may call collect to Houston to area code 713-22G-4741, Corpus Christi- AC312-884-3454, Brownsville AC 512-542-7132 and AC 713-723-G523 in Laredo. School probe continues... In an exclusive interview with the Herald U.S. Attor- ney for the Southern District of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 Till RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 ■pBMprrw 4-11 Club News DISTINGUISHED STUDENTS — Chancellor James C. Jernigan presents the Distinguished Military Student Award to Army ROTC cadets at Texas A&I University. At the left is Cadet Lt. Col. William Juranek ofOdem. Receiving the award (1-r) are Cadet Capt. David Saenz of Rio Grande City, Cadet Capt. RicardoSanchez of Kingsville, Cadet Capt. Bernard Schonefelf of Riviera and Cadet Capt. Adolfo Vasquez of El Paso. CRATER UNSAFE FOR CATS & DOGS HALEAKALA, Hawaii — Rangers at Haleakala Na- tional Park have been instruct- ed to shoot on sight any dogs or cats found loose in the 19- square-mile crater of extinct Haleakala Volcano. Park Superintendent Russ Cahill said the pets interffre with normal breeding cycles of ground-nesting birds and par- ticularly pose a threat to the nene, a rare Hawaiian goose. by MARI MONTALVO Sweaters with new looks and old will top winter fashions, according to most forecasters. Vivi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 •V I •1- I „ ) 1 -i. We Ask For Your VOTE And Support For ROQUi GUERRA JR. County Commissioner Pet I AND FOR J.M. LONGORIA County Commissioner Pet. 3 DR. GILBERTO (NENE) GARZA BOONE LA GRANGE RAUL R. GUERRERO ARNOLDO F. GONZALEZ FRANCISCO GARZA BERNARDO GARCIA A S. McLELLAN (Paid Pol. Adv.)

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

*w-, , - t1"' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 Rio Grande Herald's Woman's Section... 1 H i All around the town... w ith ti*sa |M'trr>on... Hope you survived Tuesday nignt's attack by goblins. In many ways, that's what it's getting to be. It's such a "treat" to have small children come to the door giggling with delight at the fun they're having, but it gets to be quite a "trick" handing out candy to truck loads of kids bigger than you are. Trick or treating should be for the very young, and most of the people I've talked to feel that 10 years old or fourth grade is the absolute limit. Let's give Halloween back to the little ones and share in it by standing back and watching them enjoy it. * # * * Mr. and Mrs. Isauro Zarate recently celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary with a cocktail party and dance at the K.C. Hall. All of Mr. and Mrs. Zarate's children attended. They are Mrs. Ricardo Gutierrez of Rio Grande City, Laura of Fort Worth, Monica o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIG GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 , i Baptist Women to serve Pan Am students The Women's Missionary So- ciety of Hie First Baptist Church of Rio Grande Citv will be serving a noon meal to stu- dents at the Baptist Student Un- ion of Pan American University on Thursday, November 2. The organization serves the B.S. U. students several times during the year with other Bap- tist churches of the Rio Grande Valley serving on ttie other weeks. The students pay the Student Union only 500 for their meal. These meals are provi- ded every Thursday at noon for any students on campus who wish to attend. Women of the church cook beans, salad, and cakes, and O. F, Guffey fries chicken for the meal. I.ABEL LOVE PETERBOROUGH England Pensioner Bert Stand- en. 7ti. has coined a new word — labology It means the art of collecting labels off whisky bot- tles So far Bert has collected more than 3.000. In between swigs, he's planning to write a book about his pleasurable hob- by Mothe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Club Schedules November 2-8 Ecumenical meeting term big success in RGC. Members of the local Baptist, Catholic, and Methodist churches met together at 7:30 on October 2G at the First Unit- ed Methodist Church. The Ecumenical Program be- gan with an organ prelude by Mrs. Boone La Grange. The weclome was given by Mrs. Adela Gutierrez, Chairman of the Work Area of Ecumenical Affairs. Several hymns were sung by the group, and Mrs. James Gebhart read from the Bible, Phil. 2:1-18. Rev.D.R.Russell, Pastor of the First Baptist Church, led a prayer and a res- ponsive reading entitled "Can- ticle of Mission" with the con- gregation participating. Mr. Frank Smith, High School band director, directed instru- mental quartet in a musical special. A meditation entitled, Mrs. Guerra named new director Mrs. Ruben R. Guerra, Sr. has been elected associate di- rector of the Pan American Round Table Alliance in Pana- ma City, Panama. The Alli- anc...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

i ~ i. 4 - \ FIRST • C\ ' A inaugurating the UNITED STATES POSTAL SERViCE JULY 1 1971 V" l'J7! Jj/ A Letter To The Editor THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 I-jlOtlS-JQs Dear Mr. Ceballos: This Is reference to a recent meeting that Mr. Nino Gutierrez and Mr. Reuben Guerra attended with the Rio Grande City Chamber of Commerce, and an editorial concerning that meeting that appeared in the October 19 issue of the Rio Grande Herald. To clear the re- cord concerning ttiis matter, the following comments are offered. On May 14, 1970, the Starr County Commissioners' Court passed a resolution requesting the Texas Highway Department to initiate advance planning studies to determine the most feasible and prac- tical route to develop U.S. Highway 83 into a divided highway. This request was based on the high present and future traffic volume and also because of the high accident and fatality rate which have been experienced on the existing U.S. Highway 83. On July 1970, the ...

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

rHI HSDAV, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 W i I I I • «• - > tr-* S*£S£V- "■'/ l- am r ;r t i NIXON — President Nixon and a group of Spanish speaking Americans appointed by his administration to executive posi- tions in the Federal Government meet in the Cabinet Room of the White House to discuss federal programs and activities involving the Spanish speaking people. President Nixon, who has appointed more than 50 Spanish surnamed Americans to high level positions in the government, passed the service of the hispanic officials and the contributions they are making to the nation. He said they have helped being greater achieve- ments for the Spanish speaking people and stated his continued commitment to the progress that has been made in the past four years. Left to right the officials are: William H. Maru- moto, Staff Assistant to the President Carlos C. Villarreal, Administrator, Urban Mass Transportation, Department of Transportation; Raymond L. Telles, Commissione...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1072 Tilt; RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 ■H - i - i -L V - • /A. * Uncle Sam calls... The following men have been called to report for INDUCTION on November 13, 1972: Gabriel Munoz, Jr., Refugio Carreon, Jose Gonzalez, Carlos Eliaondo The following men have been called to report for PRE-IN- DUCTION PHYSICAL EXAMIN- ATION on November 13, 1972: Flavio B. Flores, Jose M. Gracia, DomingoMercado, Juan J. Ramos, Francisco Sandoval, Roberto Atilano, Florentino Ochoa, Roel Gonzalez, Ramiro Galvan-Mendoza, Fermin Ra- mirez Juan A. Tanguma-Rarnirez, Jose A. Ochoa, Jose V, Arre- dondo, Raul Ramirez-Tanguma, Oscar M. Brown, Eulogio V. Zarate, Jr., Jesus Sandoval Jr., Samuel Cantu, Roy L. Bullard, Jr., Juan M. Garcia Juan A. Gonzalez-Garcia, Jo- se O. Salinas, Beltrando Bar- rera, Rolando Balderas, Jorge Zamora, Jose Farias, Jr.,Raul R. Ramirez, Jesus J. Pena- Garcia, Ramon Meza, Cameron P. Gillett Rogelio L. Gonzalez, Jose J. I) Y\1 EH HONORED NEW YORK Roves Fernandez was pn M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

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