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

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 15 PERFIL de plana 14 social y economica. Los numeros del censo de 1971 rccalcan la diferencia entre los grupos de habla hispana y su position de inferioridad con respecto al resto de la poblacion. La entrada familiar media en 1971 fue de $7,548 para los de habla hispana y de $ 10.285 para todos los norteamericanos. Los puertorrique- nos eran por lejos los que estaban en peores condiciones con una entrada familiar media de $6,185 mas de $200 menos que las familias negras. La Mayoria en Trabajos Mai Pagados Los numeros del censo indican que un 29 por ciento de los mexicanos americanos y que un 32 por ciento de los puertorri- quenos viven por debajo del nivel de pobreza. La cifra compa- rable para el total de los norteamericanos es del 13 por ciento y del 34 por ciento para los negros. Claramente, la gente de hable hispana y particularmente los mexicanos americanos y los puertorriquenos se encuentran, conjuntamente con los negros, ...

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

11 III I 1 1 T I . if II MEATS FKTEKS h LB. KRAFT AMERICAN SINGLE WRAP J CHEESE. $w,ft n <hl FRANKS I2 0Z.PKGEACHTU SWIFT PREMIUM 7Q< BACON SWIFT LUNCH MEAT yu < BOLOGNA-SALAMI-OLIVE & PICKLE LOAF 6 OZ. PKG EACH TURKEY BREAST .99' TURKEYS"""""" .59' CORNISH HENS " . 89' CHICKEH HEN"" .59' CHUCK STEAK,™ .65' SEVEH STEAK""""" . 88' SHOULDER STEAK" '" 89' RIB STEAK ™"" .87' BRISKET.::;..'' ,.69* GROUHD CHUCK .68' CAIi LIVER .. 79' PORK CHOPS ""'™ . 88' DECKER'S SMOKED (SLICED SS< LB.) AT t ■ IVNIW WHOLE ONLY LB. "f# SIXTH AT STARR PLAZA SI MMflt 46th YEAR OF SERVICE TO STARR < NORTHERN TISSUE % COMET RICE ARMOUR'S CHILE r.8^. KAL KAN DOG FOOD ROLL PKG. *—*_ SILVER STAR = COFFEE VEGETABLES ALL MIXED YEGETABIES ♦ 303 CAN 4 f0R$I.CrO' AMERICAN BEAUTY FLOUR 25'" $1.99 SCOT TOWELS HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 300 CAN 2 ROLL PKG. 39< 4«>R $1.00 FAB RINS0 MRS. TUCKER'S ISHORTENING GT. SIZE 69< KING SIZE < 3 LB. CTN 59< PET CREAMER 6 < BORDEN'S DUTCH CHOCOLATE n.....

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

R PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ARR COUNTY! 28 OZ. 29< "(N0BE^. ,t..3 0Z.69< )0D 4 for$I.OO LB 69< FLORIENT AIR FRESHNER m KAL KAN CAT BITS 0 TUNA 6oz. I0< BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIX 3««$1.00 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 LB. 99< fS ALL MIXED FABLES I CAN . " , ™$uo* CAMPBELL CHICKEN WITH RICE SOUP NO. I CAN COKES t SPRITE, DR. PEPPER STRAWBERRY, ROOT BEER, GRAPE, ORANGE 16 OZ. THROW AWAY TOMATO SAUCE HUNT'S * e-oz. 10v 403 CAH 3 f0H $1.00 . I 1/2 QT. 49< 3 for $1.00 4AOZ. IVafyteeHA. FOR PRESCRIPTIONS Val-u-mart Guarantees the lowest prescription prices in Starr County Let's face if--- Quality at low price is the main difference in pre- scriptions and the main reason so many people bring their prescriptior to Val-u-mart. Your true "Total Discount Pharmacy." "It's the total that counts ' WALGREEH'S VITAMIN C REG. 6.98 500MG 200 TABS WALGREEH'S WALGREEH'S 7 OZ. 3.49 SPRAY DEODORANT CHERACOL D. REG. 1.39 79' WALuKtbN j _ CHERACOL U. _ HAND CREAM CQ< COUGH SYRUP QQ< 8 1/4 OZ. REG 98&...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

■ : ■ I I I . I ,:l : 11 i I I ; I ■ at 1 PERFIL de plana 15 Hasta cierto punto esos valores reflejan una cultura rural mas vieja. A1 tanto que la gcnte de habla hispana se muda a las ciudades—el 80 por eiento vive ahora en areas urbanas— tienden a adoptar valores anglos. Los viejos valores persisten, sin embargo, y seria arriezgado decir que cambiaran material- mente en la generacion presente. En realidad existe un agudo desacuerdo entre la gente de habla hispana acerca de la ncce- sidad y del valor de asimilarse. Las medidas para forzar la asimilacion, tales como las practicas de ciertas escuelas de suro- este hasta hace pocos anos de prohibir a los ninos hablar espanol, no son generalmente recomendables. Ruralismo Causa Aislamiento Etnico El basico antecedente rural de la gente de habla hispana ayuda a explicar su aislamiento etnico; un aislamiento mas pronunciado que la de inmigrantes anteriores. Hasta la Segunda Guerra Mundial estaban congregados en areas rurales y tenian traba...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

. I * *5 I RGC Jaycees need your cooperation... today... The Rio Grande City Jaycees wish to extend to you an official in- vitation to enter our Christmas Fiesta Parade, to be held on De- cember 2, 1972 at 10:00 a.m. It has been participation of organisations and bands such as yours that makes this parade an outstanding spectator event in our com- munity. All entries will be classified as (1)floats, (2) bands, (3) commer- cial, and (4) miscellaneous. Standard automobiles will be allowed; however, we are encouraging quality on all entries. There will be TV coverage of the parade. Please complete the enclosed entry form and return it to us not later than November 25th. If you cannot participate, please return the entry form with a note to that effect so that our final plans can be completed. GUIDE FOR ENTRANTS THEME - "JOY IN CHRISTMAS" 1. Each entry shall be "in good taste" and shall, in the opinion of the Parade Committee, add beauty or interest from the public point of view. 2. Sel...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 20 Li PHARMACY TOPICS Researchers at the University of Michigan say that a sub- stance in the nervous system causes some people to get hooked on narcotics more readily than others. * * ♦ The average woman takes four or five medical preparations during pregnancy. * * * A bad strike for bowlers, swelling and stiffness of the thumb is common among re- gular bowlers, according to a Mayo Clinic orthopedist. * * * An Australian physician says that one cause of varicose veins may be the chair. Prolonged sitting places too much pres- sure on a vital leg vein. * * * What's newin cosmetics? Sun- screening chemicals added to skin makeup. ♦ * * Within a year, most medi- cines will be sold in contain- ers with child-proof safety caps. * * Use of an electric toothbrush helps cut down on the formation of calculus, a mineral deposit that collects on teeth and often causes serious dental prob- lems. * * * There's a marked increase in those afflic...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 «• i i i... - " ■« . * w «w ' H66. . 19 ; tvUT ^ T His'."'"*1' This column of questions and answers on the President's Economic Stabilization Pro- gram is provided by the Inter- nal Revenue Service and is pub- lished as a public service. The column answers questions most frequently asked about wages and prices. * * * Q - Is it all right for a land- lord to evict a tenant in retal- iation for protesting an in- crease, as long as he waits two or three months after the tenT ant files his complaint before evicting him? A - No. Economic Stabiliza- tion regulations prohibit re- taliatory evictions under any circumstances. It is illegal for a landlord to evict a ten- ant for complaining of a rent increase, whether the eviction occurs days or months after a tenant's complaint. Q - The school district I live in has been required by the State to increase the salaries of members of the school board. The board has only 10 em- ployees. May...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

! WOMAN'S TOUCH report by Mrs. Ida A Perez County Extension Agent "For a dash of color in your garden next spring, plant spring flowering bulbs now. "Purchase bulbs as soon as they are available in garden and nursery centers," advises Everett Janne, landscape hor- ticulturist with the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service. "Early selection will provide you with bulbs that are in prime condition, since the shalf life of many spring flowering bulbs in short." Hardy bulbs include daffdils, hyacinths, crocus and tulips. Throughout the southern por- tion of the state, tulips must be treated as annuals and replaced each year. Precooled bulbs must be purchased as there is insufficient cool weather to form the flowerbud. Most tul- ip varieites require chilling in cold storage at 40 degrees F for 60 to 90 days. Plant the bulbs as soon as they are re- moved from cold storage, ad- vises Janne. Select bulbs that are firm and free of water-soaked areas. Check for discolored or rough areas as th...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 23 •t> * ft -f - I- I I' * Briscoe Apparent Winner In Texas Governor Race The Texas governor's race turned into a wild lattle today with Democrat Dolph Briscoe the apparent winner after Pres- ident Nixon swept the state in the greatest victory ever achieved by a Republican. Nixon's landslide showed signs at times during the early count of Tuesday's general election I a Hots of carrying Re- publican Henry Grover to the governor's mansion. But in the early morning hours today, Uvalde rancher Briscoe moved ahead. Republicans did send Sen. John Tower back to Washing- ton, upset veteran U.S. Rep. Earle Cabell in Dallas, and kept ReP. Bob Price in Con- gress in the big shootout with Democratic Rep. Graham Pur- cell in a huge North Texas and Panhandle district. Incumbents were elected in other statewide races and Democrat Bill Hobby won his first political race, taking the lieutenant governorship margin easily. The latest vote count ...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9 1 972 THE RIO GRAND1" HERALD PAGE 24 President Nixon Wins Handily President Nixon has soared to his greatest personal triumph, but his landslide re- election confronts him with at least two more years of divided government as Democrats kept firmly in command of Con- gress. Nixon swept the nation from coast to coast Tuesday in one of history's most massive vic- tories. He captured 49 of the 50 states and approached the high- est popular-vote percentage of any American president. The President's 521-17 elec- toral-vote majority over Demo- c r a t i c challenger George McGovern rivaled Franklin D. Roosevelt's 193G victory of 523 to 8. McGovern won only Mas- sachusetts and the District of Columbia in his party's worst presidential showing. And Nixon's 61 per cent of the vote was close to the pre- vious record, the 61.1 per cent attained by Democrat Lyndon B. Johnson eight years ago. But Democrats, ousting four veteran Republican senators, actually gained two seats f...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

I t. I _ i . . I . THURSDAY'. NOVEMBER 9. 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 Lawyers set up trust funds... The board of directors of the State Bar of Texas has approved a proposal by a special Bar committee that Texas establish a Clients' Security Fund, apian already adopted by 39 states and the District of Columbia. The concept, explained by Corpus Christl attorney James W. Wray Jr., chairman of the Bar's Clients' Security Fund committee, is that a sum of money would be provided through member assessment and administered by the Bar to repay the pecuniary losses of clients suffered in the event of a lawyer's dishonesty. Wray said the responsibility for the loss caused by the few dishonest lawyers "lies with the Bar as a whole" since it is a self-governing entity encom- passing all licensed layers. The bar exerts control over those admitted to the practice of law, he said, and has the duty and power to institute disciplinary proceedings against lawyers who do not meet professional req...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

I ' l in S ! ill 1 Si Rattlers beat Bearkats 16-13, meet Redskins ' TVin Din P.ronr)o C Calendar of events Mid Valley Squares Caller "Van" Mondays 8:00 p.m. November thru March. Sponsored by the Weslaco Chamber of Commerce. E. Sixth St At Utah - Weslaco Duplicate Bridge: McAllen Duplicate Bridge Club, every Sunday except major holidays 2 p.m. First National Bank Building, Mc- Allen Duplicate Bridge Game sponsored by West Hidalgo Zonta Club each Friday night at 8 p.m. in the First National Bank community room, McAllen, proceeds go to the Student Loan Nursing Fund. McAllen International Museum: 2500 Quince, McAllen; 682-5661. Hours 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. 1-5 p.m. Sunday Closed Mondays. Featuring The McAllen Stcry. Through Novem- ber. Harlingen Chess Club meets 7 p.m. - midnight every Thurs. at Heritage Manor, Van Buren & First Streets-No admission charge. Passed Pawn Chess Clubof Brownsville meets 6:30 - 11 p.m. every Friday and 2-3 p.m. every Sunday at La Parad...

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 5 TyT* „ ... - t ^ ~- Nixon gains Starr County I t President Nixon didn't car- ry the county this year but he might ivell have ... In 1960 the GOP got only 6 per cent of the vote and In 1968 Nixon got only 26 per cent of the county's vote. This year Nixon got 42 per cent of the vote. This is reflec- ted by figures which show Nixon lost in Rio Grande City by 3 per cent or tallied 49.9 per cent. In Roma he lost by five votes for a 49.5 per cent of the vote and a county wide average of 42 per cent. NEW MANAGER — Tommy Turner is pictured with Rlcardo Gutierrez as they stand before the new Dairy Queen that will open around Thanksgiving Day. The new ice-cream shop will also specialize in short orders and student meals. Gutierrez Lumber and Hardware Company is in charge of construction. The new shop is located on east highway 83 near the butane center. Scouting jamboree For the first time in the his- tory of the Boy Scouts, a Na- tional...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE C ! ! n it ■ I I I I I 1 I \ Chuv-Wenche will start for •/ Pan American Broncs Early basketball workouts have been going well for the Pan American University Broncs, who are pointing for their sea- son opener Dec. 1. Their first opponent, South- western University of George- town, already will have played four games by Dec. 1. The Broncs cannot open early due to NCAA rules. Jesus Guerra, 5-10 fresh- man, has provided Pan Am with one of its most pleasant pre- season surprises. Guerra made High School Ail-American last From the desk of Dr. Ramiro Narro County Medical Officer Humphrey Bogart. Ty Cobb. Erie Stanley Gardner. John Foster Dulles. Walt Disney. Babe Ruth. Oscar Hammer- stein II. What did these individuals from widely divergent fields have in common? They are a- mong the hundreds of thousands of individuals who have lost their lives to cancer. More than 32 million Ameri- cans now living will eventually have cancer; one in ...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

* r - - -1- r HEW Official Lauds IMAGE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 "Words are cheap, perfor- mance is what counts," Alfred Solano, special assistant to the assistant secretary for com- munity and field services for the Department of Health, Ed- ucation, and Welfare, said here Saturday. Solano was referring to the Involvement of Mexican-Amer- icans In Gainful Endeavors (IMAGE) program. Solano, spoke at the IMAGE national board meeting, and said, "IMAGE is an eye open- ing program and should be drawn to the attention of other states and high ranking federal officials." Solano told the 40 persons at the TraveLodge, "if projects such as IMAGE would work with the HEW regional office in re- questing funds their needs would be met quicker." He pointed out HEW funds 285 projects and some can get over- looked. "By going through the regional office you are assured your request will be heard," Tony Calderon, national ex- ecutive director of IMAGE, an- nounced Saturd...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

y-rmxz I ffl| THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9, l'i7~ ["HE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8 Rio Grande Herald's Woman's Section... All around the town... with tissa peterson... CLUB SCHEDULES NOV. 9-15 Thursday, Nov. 9 Rio Grande City Garden Club Civic Luncheon Club Friday, Nov. 10 Rotary Rio Grande City Sewing Club Saturday, Nov. 11 Dine & Dance Social Monday, Nov. 13 Eastern Star Tuesday, Nov. 14 Rio Grande City-Roma Pan American Round Table Quarterback Club Wednesday, Nov. 15 Florence J. Scott Study Club Jaycees Mrs. Humberto Garza Zeke's Rattler's Den Mrs. John A. Pope Jr. Masonic Hall Rattler's Den School Mrs. Ricardo Gutierrez Clubhouse • " ' t 1'tV- 7:30 noon noon 3:00 8:00 7:00 8:00 7:00 8:00 District Woman's Clubs hold board meeting in Kingsville Starr County High School graduates are very lucky to have two fine universities so near at which to further their education. Many of them seemtobe taking advantage of the opportunity, and are mak- ing us proud of them with their scholastic achieve...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

THUKblJAi. BuvtfflBtH 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 Conde: of Texas of the Valley ifp Hnnsp sfnffpr farlnf? ** White House staffer Carlos D. Conde puffed slowly on a cigarette as he peered at a stack of memorandums, press releases and newspapers on his desk. "What we're trying to do," Conde said, explaining his me- dia duties, "is give the Span- ish Speaking people a sense of belonging. We want them to know that they are part of the Federal government, and that what they're saying is being heard and acted on positively by the Administration." Conde leaned back in his chair in his office located in the Old Executive Office Building, ad- jacent to the White House and recalled that he joined the White House staff last January as an assistant to Herbert G. Klein, President Nixon's Communi- cations Director. "I cam here to develop a media action plan for the Span- ish Speaking," said Conde, 36, a native of San Benito, Texas, and a Mexican American. The first Spanish surnamed Ame-...

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

M I \ i 111 f 1 THURSDAY", NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD "AGE 26 Sta r. l' v ... U mm mm 'at-.- v sfcpf: Wt y'~ m GOLD STAR — Nina Salinas of Rio Grande City and Tony Re- sendez of Rio Grande City were among the 32 outstanding 4-H Club members from South Texas who were honored at the Dis- trict 12 4-H Gold Star Honor Luncheon in Corpus Christi, Sat- urday, October 28. Both have been named as the Gold Star 4-H Club boy and girl from Starr County for 1972. Highlight of the luncheon was the presentation of the Gold Star Awards to the 4-H Club winners. Individual accomplishments of each winner were cited as the presentation was made by Honorable Kika De La Garza, United State Congressman. About 175 4-H Club members, adult leaders and extension agents attended the annual luncheon sponsored by Central Power and Light Company and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. 4-H Club News Cookbooks Compiled By Christian Assoc. More than 25,000 copies of a cookbook compiled by women of...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

, Vt "?M "Vo |v A<-9MA -l - / < *Unl '0 w$m' aMs®*" f THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1972 THE HIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 27 Crusaders Chapel Built For Handicapped The chapel doors are wide, allowing easy access by wheel cliairs. Ramps slant up to the entrance and to the podium in- side. S[ ce for wheel cliairs in- tersperses the rows of move- able chairs. These are among the special features of a small church in Fort Worth, Tex.,— Crusaders Chapel. A sign in front tells its particular purpose: "A Church Where the Handi- capped Can Grow and Serve." Most of its approximately 50 members are physically handi- capped, half of them in wheel chairs. It is one of several such congregations that have devel- oped around the country. In ordinary congregations, a handicapped person often feels "out of place" because he can't fully participate, says Ronald Ballard, who sparked organ- izing of the chapel after he was paralyzed from the neck down in a car accident. He says the special chapel "fills our n...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972

-ki li We're Proud To Be A Part Of Starr County 0?# yWf ^ A# /\ n pa 0* ... ZJ&f! W &*!Il ' Ft M (• •* I & |Pr Ifi 5 "WBffi*"' RESSIC r mmr ws I •r.C'MB .#os$ p*64sr?"" ■"4MK - * .", •"CrT1 r ?WS5i : AN ARTIST DREAM??? — No. ..theartist wasn't dreaming when he painted this oil of old Davis Landing or Rio Grande City. The artist captured what life was like around the busy community of Rio Grande City in the early 1800's. Rio Grande City was known for it's landing when steam ships would navigate up the river with cotto.i and other valuable pay-loads for the growing community. Rio Grande City has much of it's heritage painted in oil . . . one at, House of Raphel Restaurant shows the many resources that this county has . . . oil, cotton, cattle, gas and most important agriculture . . . there are other places in Starr County wnere nistory has put it's mark, visit them when you have a moment. . . take your children. . . Starr County . . . we're glad to be part of the cattle in...

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