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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

m Ge^HARDT-s DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIX DU-PONT TEFLON II FRYING PAN MEATS All Proten Beef I0< pound for individual wrap or freeze wrap SEVEN OR SHOULDER " STEAK 10 RIB STEAK 10 BRISKET 10 LB. FOR LB. FOR LB. FOR FROZEN FOODS TOTINO'S CHEESE PIZZA . $ BLADE CUT CHUCK STEAK 10 LB. FOR $8™ s8? s6f 7r 6 PRE-BAKED FROSTY ACRES WAFFLES 5 OZ. PKGJ MORTON 18 MINI-DONUTS GULF GEMS BREADED SHRIMP PIECES i LB REGULAR 12'S KOTIX 10< 49< M Fryers lb. SWIFT PREMIUH BUTTERBALL TURKEYS H >> ... \ SWIFT PREMIUH • v IkVVtf, ' LB. 59 t HAM PATTIES .1.19 swift premium boneless TURKEY ROAST . 99* boneless proten beef BRISKET u $1.09 english cut boneless proten beef I V - ' 9* 9* 9 9 9 9* FAMILY PHOTO 8X10 LIVING COLOR usda good ROAST ,99< usoa good T-BONE STEAK , 99< FAMII Y PORTRAIT SIRIOIN STEAK 89* rArllLT rUK I l\AI I usda good 7 to 9 lb average RUMP ROAST l. 694 B9< 49* 85< VALUE TO 15.95 This Friday i Saturday I-7P.M. Each Day it Val-U-Hart usda good shoulder. seven or 11 RI...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

; k j \ ■ u 1 I I County Agents Report by David Sandefer Although recent summer-like weather tends to indicate that winter is still a long way off, it's just a matter of time be- fore the season's first freez- ing temperatures arrive. Such a killing frost can spell danger for livestock producers that have cattle grazing on sorghum stubble or any of the sorghum- sudan hybrid pastures. "The reason is prussic acid poisoning of the animals," points out Dr. James Arm- strong, veterinarian with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University. "The danger of prussic acid poisoning exists mainly in pas- tures and fields where sorghum stubble is making regrowth and where there is vigorous, young growth of Johnsongrass, sor- ghum-sudan hybrids and relat- ed plants. Such growth general- ly has a high content of prussic acid, especially if produced un- der stress of dry or cool weath- er." According to Armstrong, the main danger to livestock is gra- zing such pastures and fie...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

Pan Am Personnel Switch Explained By President I *. -i Pan American University President Dr. Ralph Schilling told members of the news me- dia Monday morning at his monthly press conference the announced personnel changes made at the hoard of regents meeting last weekend in Hous- ton are part of a move to in- crease the role of international education at the school. Dr. Schilling said the state coordinating board, along with Pan Am, is interested in seeing the school broaden its'-role and scope" in international educa- tion through thelnter-American Institute at Pan Am. The personnel changes ap- proved by the board included the creation of an additional vice- presidential post in the area of international education and the naming of that branch of the school the Inter-American Af- fairs and International Educa- tion Department. Dr. Arnulfo Martinez, cur- rently the vice-president for student affairs, was appointed to the new vice-presidential position. Dr. Miguel Nevarez, who last ye...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY*, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 16 : - Kika honors Starr's Maria Elena Rodriguez Thirty two outstanding 4- H'ers from South Texas, inclu- ding a boy and girl from Starr County, were presented both Gold Star pins and some words of wisdom by Rep. Kika de la Garza at the annual District 12 awards luncheon last week. Dressed in their best and sit- ting at one huge table the Gold Star honorees from each of 16 counties advanced by twos to the front to have the coveted gold emblem affixed by the U. S. congressman as the high- lights of their 4-H careers were tolled by District Council rep- resentatives Maria Elena Ro- driguez, Starr County, and Ben Cowan of Cameron County. A gathering of 150, including four state legislators, parents, adult leaders, news media and Texas Agricultural Extension Service professionals, applaud- ed appreciatively as Nina Sal- inas and Tony Resendez were officially recognized as the top 4-H'ers in Starr County for 1972. There is no higher ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 17 STOCK YARD TRI-COUNTY takes pride in introducing to our community... OUR GENERAL MANAGER ALONZO GARCIA AND OUR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE JOSI (PEPE) GARCIA CALL ON THEM FOR ALL YOUR NEEDS... This Friday We Are ComCompiling with The New USDA Stocker-Packer Tarriffs WE WILL BE WORKING ON A COMMISSION 20< PER YARD 20< PER HEAD WEIGHTING FEEL FREE TO ASK US FOR ANY INFORMATION f

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

Educators of the week, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 18 388gggggg8888g88g88888gg<88888888888888a FELICIANO ANDRADE — Feliciano Andrade Is a native of Rio Grande City, and is married to the former Aurora Gon- zalez. They reside at 1610 W. 2nd St. with their two year old son, Michael. Andrade majored in Mathematics and minored in Physics. He teaches Related Math, Alebra, and Physical Science at Rio Grande City High. He has been active in the U. S. Army Reserves; and with his unit has traveled to Virginia, Tennessee, and Kentucky. During his spare time Andrade en- joys going to places that will provide for good hunting and fishing. This past summer Andrade was a part-time counse- lor for the NYC program. His future plans are mainly directed towards his obtaining his Masters degree. GUADALUPE CASTANEDA- a resident of Rio Grande City, is married to Alicia Castaneda; they have one daughter, Maria Gilda, aged 13. Castaneda at- tended the local schools and was awa...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

t Noticias del..Expanded Nutrition Program THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 !Queso en sus comidas! La ama de casa que siempre piensa en el bien estar de su fa- milia siempre busca metodos de alimentar su familia mejor. El queso es una comida nutritivay tambien da variedad y sabor a LET'S RE-ELECT JESSE JAMES STATE TREASURER His proven record merits your vote and support JESSE JAMES STATE TREASURER State Treasurer Jesse .\n.. - made for the people of Texa' over $16,000,000.00 last year in interest earnfl on Stale Funds deposited .n over 1,100 Texas Banks, more than any Billion Dollar Bank in Texas made net during the same period. Jesse James saved the tax- payers over $50,000,000.00 financing the deficit. Jesse James has proven he knows how to handle your State Finances efficiently. LET'S VOTE FOR AND RE-ELECT JESSE JAMES STATE TREASURER Pol. Adv. Paid for by Jesse James, State Treasurer sus comidas. Cuatro onzas ae queso es igual que un cuarto de leche-cuando...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 f i FUNDS From Page 1 make referrals to the program; local physicians, who will make referrals to the program; and the three Commissioners Courts which will be requested to make surplus commodities available to the program. Under the program, a super- vised medical program will in- clude medical counseling for di- abetics including routine labor- atory testing and calculating required diet plus basic medi- cation on an emergency basis. OIL AM) (. \S l'ROH VBLk IN (.1 I I WASHINGTON The Interior Department says that scientists report a highly favor- able area for gas and oil in the western (iull of Mexico. Scientists of the I' S (geologi- cal Survey, working with Mexi- can agencies and institutions, plotted a 2.400-inile. zig-zag course between Corpus ('hristi and Campeche. Mexico. The expedition was to pro- vide information about the little-known geological frame- work of the continental shell off eastern Mexico and its relati...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

SHE'S LOVELY, SOPHISTICATED, WITH A PROMISING CAREER THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 , she has syphilis eutct cOxe&at fatocv it.. ■ n^V-- V-" ;v'^[ \ p* > 1 Syphilis makes no distinction between people and their station in life. If you're human, you're susceptible . . . under the right set of circumstances. And circumstances appear to be right very, very frequently. For example: Syphilis cases among Texans increased from 418 cases in 1958 to 2,453 cases in 1971 Texas is now reporting about 7.2 percent of all the syphilis reported in the nation. Maybe those figures mean we're doing a better job of finding it than other states. We'd like to do even a better job, but you'll have to help. Write to us today. K V I ? I- f I [ ! Syphilis and gonorrhea are two different dis- eases. Both are curable when treated by a repu- table physician. Under Texas law, teenagers may be treated without parental consent. Send Now For Your FREE BROCHURE For a free information...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 ;r i T f" f. i; L f f I I ■ * J f IRS ' U.S.MAIL SSUfc ' " -M inaugurating the UNITED STATE S POSTAL SERVICE JULY 1 1971 A Letter To The Editor Dear Mr. Trejo; During the past few days I have heard criticism from a few indi- viduals relevant to our activities on behalf of President Nixon and also some accusations regarding the motives for his visit to Rio Grande City. I would like to state first that I accepted the position as chair- man for the re-election of the President voluntarily because I believe in Mr. Nixon and in his administration. Our efforts on his behalf are being financed personally on a local basis by a few of us. We sincerely feel that principles are involved and we want to do all we can to help reelect him with large majorities everywhere. Our school children went to Washington in April of 1971 to visit our Capitol and to try to see first hand how our country was gov- erned. They wrote the President asking hi...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 2 November 1972

B ! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER2, 1972 THE^RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 24 i '/A*; UJi ^ ? J rf < . .7 3-BIG DAYS THURS. FRI. & SAT. Founder's Day Sole one of the greatest money-saving events of the year. This being our 50th year, the values of truly outstand- ing. Shop for needs for now and for later. Thrifty shoppers buy Ladies Pant Suits |97 $16. Value. Sove 6.03 100°o polyester double knit Short sleeves, variety of trim and collar styles Navy, mint, red, pmk light blue Sizes 8 to 18. Ladies' Handbags Aetna Classy Marilyn Hand Bags in vagabonds, pouches, shoulder straps, dress.e. casual and semi casual stvles. 4 97 Ladies' Sleepwear 3.99 Values. Sixes S, M, L, XL 37 Flannel granny gowns arid matching paiamos Assorted prints and trims. Better quality sleepwear Sizes S, M, L and X, XX r GOV."', <.MI> 2 Kodel Pillows 3.99 Values. 20" x 26" S.iv on these 20' x 26" Kodel'K; polyo'.- tt-r filled bed pillows t .mje ind fluffy nice to sleep on. 2 - 49-7 6-YR. CRIB & MATTRESS $35. Value...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

I i i I ! ! ! ■ ttt :h - t ■ iH* II' ORANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 44 Thurnday, November 9, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texan Lozano, / SJvarez, Guerra t he Victors HOMECOMING RGC STYLE FRIDAY Rio Grande City High School will be hosting their homecoming activities this Friday night when the Rio Grande City Rattlers host the Donna Redskins in dis- trict play. The ceremonies under the Rio Grande City High School Student Council will open at 7:30 with the nam- ing of the homecoming queen. Donald Gebhart, president of the student council, will present the Homecoming Queen with lowers and her crown. candidates for the event are Luisa Garcia, 18 year old senior daughter of Mr. and Mrs. BernardoGarcia, Alicia Guerrero, 17 year old daughter of Mrs. Adela Guerrero, a senior, and Aida Solis, 17 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Solis of Grulla. Also included in the acti- vities is "Dad's Night". Before the game all foot-...

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

ii i '■'i i i V. r- ' % M PWllR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDF" HERALD PAGE 2 Arrange drained canned peach halves in a chafing dish Warm brandy, pour over the peaches and ignite Serve the flaming peaches with vanilla ice cream Notice Texas state statutes clealy define a newspaper that is qualified to run legal advertising and to give a publishers' affidavit which will stand up legal- ly. First, the newspaper must be one of general circula- tion in the area in which the institution or govern- mental agency runs the leg- al notice. Secondly, the newspaper must have a second class mailing permit Issued by the United States Postal Service. Thirdly, the newspaper must have been published contirtfously for the past 12 months, with at least 50 Issues. Legal notices, such as those published by banks on the statement of condi- tion and by cities or school boards, are therefore in- valid unless published in newspapers that meet these requirements. Similarly, newspapers that have no...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

« V «♦" ! * l V - I ! ) t I * 'l ■< ( Mmes.Narro- Gutierrez present rA id' to/A:... THURSDAY^ NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 "Emergency Aid" was the subject of a program presented by Mrs. Ramiro Narro and Mrs. Ricardo Gutierrez at a regular meeting of the Florence J. Scott Study Club November 2 at the Bank Community Room. The speakers demonstrated procedures to follow in emer- gency situations. In the event of choking, sit the person down, bent forward, and slap them on the back. If it is a child, turn them upside down and slap. Sometimes it is necessary to reach into the throat and probe for what has been swallowed. For shock and fainting, keep the person lying down, cover them only if it is cold. You may give the person cool water or broth, but not sodas or car- bonated beverages. A person who experiences a bad burn, a broken bone, or a large cut may go into shock. A person going into shock will be weak, pale, clammy, and may feel thirsty but fee) Jike vomiting. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 10 V1 I I ft If yjl I honor roll... WOMEN'S CLUB OFFICERS ~ 1972-73 officers for the Rio Grande City Woman's Club are President, Mrs. A.J. Vale; 1st Vice Presi- dent, Mrs. A.V. Margo; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. Humberto Cava- zos, (not pictured); Recording Secretary, Mrs. Edwin LaGrange; Treasurer, Mrs. Lino Perez, Jr.; and Parllmanetarian, Mrs. J. M. Izagulrre. SPEAKER — Ruben Saenz spoke to the Rio Grande City Woman's Club on our American heritage -- the right to vote. Program chairman was Mrs. Felipe V. Ramon. Hostess for the meetine was Mrs. A.V. Margo. (Herald Photos by Tlssa) SPOOKS — A Halloween program was held on October 30 at 7:30 p.m. at North Grammar Cafeteria. The parents were welcomed by principal Ruben Chapa. Acts were presented by the different classes and terminated by a thank you song composed and sung by the faculty. Following the show was a costume parade. Four judges from the audience were chosen to select the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

- i 1 - \ .] - t • i- FREE CANDY FOR THE CHILDREN!! THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 THE ONLY STORE OF ITS KIND IN STARR COUNTY. |I9'4 rooi red (/) SALf (SAV£ NOW SPRING AND SUMMER STOCK BOY'S PANTS REGULAR 4.50-5.00 WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE COMING IN • • • BICYCLE REG 19.59 HEADLIGHT AND RADIO DRESSES ALL SIZES sA50 AND UP 10% 20% 30% 50% AND UP TO 75% COME CELEBRATE WITH US AND SAVE ...OUR LOSS IS YOUR SAVINGS!!! BOY'S VEST SUITS REGULAR $16.98 DISCOUNT ALL OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS SLASHED "eg 3.60 TANK $ TOPS M Thank You For Making Our First Year A Success We Pledge To Serve You Better and Save you More! BOUTIQUE JUVENILE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER rv

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

R \ H Hi: it I ' t I p; n IS ite IS || THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 Prominent Mexican Engineer Is Visitor A visitor in the valley Satur- day was Manuel Valdes, prom- inent industrialist and agri- culturist in Mexico. For more than a year, Valdes, from Mexico City, has con- ducted a survey up and down the Rio Grande Valley and in Texas for the Mexican Insti- tute of Exterior Commerce seeking markets for Mexican wood products. One of his representatives In the Valley is James R. Wil- son, builder and justice of the peace in Edinburg. Valdes has represented di- rectly a number of Mexican firms engaged in the produc- tion of doors and moldings which are highly competitive with those produced in the Unit- ad States. Among the firms is one in which he is a co-owner, Valdes- Villarreal, S.A. Now that Valdes has succeed- ed In finding markets in the Valley, principally with large wholesalers, the products will be manufactured in plants in Toluca, Victoria, Reynos...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 13 Cash Favored Instead Of Food Aid Programs k | • J -t-; 4 WASHINGTON — Federal food aid programs should be re- placed by cash assistance to the poor, the Citizen's Board of In- quiry Into Hunger and Malnutri- tion in the United States says. The board, composed of doc- tors, lawyers, university and foundation officials, published "Hunger USA" in 1968, a re- port which brought attention to widespread hunger in this coun- try. Now in a follow-up report, "Hunger USA Revisited," the board says that the federal gov- ernment's "misguided pater- nalism" has spawned ineffec- tive food aid programs. Be- cause of the ineffectiveness of the programs, they should be discontinued in favor of cash assistance, the report says. The report both lauds and cri- ticizes the Nixon administra- CONGRESSMAN KIKA de la GARZA Reports WASHINGTON, D.C. —There are about 293,000 Vietnam-era veterans in Texas, many of them from our own area. Only about 74,000...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

!y f i .! J rl 'icifs Spani£lrSpeakin& A^Projlle. Henry M Ramirez EDITOR'S NOTE « Dr. Henry M. Ramirez wasnne of the individuals that addressed the Rio Grande City student body right before the address by President Richard Nixon. Dr. Ramirez is chairman of the Cabinet Committee on Opportunities for Spanish-Speaking Peo- ple. He reveals here his thoughts and ideas on the opportunities of the Spanish-Speaking. It is an exclusive writing for the Herald and done in Spanish for the benefit of our elderly — Raul Trejo. ^Ouienes son las personas de habla hispana? Paradojicamente, no todas ellas hablan espanol. Algunas hablan solamente espanol, otras solo ingles y muchas hablan ambos idiomas. Racialmente, la gente de habla hispana incluyen personas blancas, bronceadas y negras. Pese a que la mayor parte de sus antepasados son de Mexico y de Puerto Rico, muchos son de origen Cubano o de Centro o Sud America. Su mayor comun denominador es la herencia de la lengua espanola. Mas alia dc ell...

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