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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972
Shell never understand "better late than never!' i ^ Please mail packages by December 10th, cards and letters by December 15th. Help the people who help bring you Christmas. Your Postal Service Space lor lllis advertisement lias been contributed as a I'ublic Serxice l>\ tins publication.
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972
YOU'VE HAD GONORRHEA ONCE SO YOU CAN'T GET IT AGAIN ? < - I ■ v sv ;'. • - «*f*A '£* ■& ■■. < * v-f f "if- ¥ P- •'' ■ 4- <d S -v .'V< • ^ ! >( , . ft. : .£ # y W i 1 Let's spell it out very carefully so there will he no misunderstanding: «>c^ vWftf&iAk . *t> xjii*j. •V 'VW -v-M, > .## s - •'': ::■• Point No. You can have more than one case $ °f gonorrhea. You can catch it as manv • ' j)f . times as you have exposures. ton** 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. Point No. 3: There are no vaccines to protect you ahead of time against catching gonorrhea or syphilis. And none are likely to he 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 about venereal diseases? Write to us. We'll tell it like it is...
Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 9 November 1972
i % V * * 1, *1 County Agents Report by David Sandefer County Extension Agent Texans have always been proud of their state, and the Texas "brag" is widely known. However, when it comes to ag- riculture, that "brag" is very real because agriculture is "big" in Texas. "It's appropriate to take a look at the state's agricultural industry as we enter the month of November, the month de- signated as • Texas Food and Fi- ber Abundance Month," says Charles Baker, marketing spe- cialist with the Texas Agricul- tural Extension Service, Texas A&M University. "For instance, consider that agriculture is a $10 billion in- dustry in Texas, second only to the oil and gas industry," points out Baker. "In addition, the ag- ricultural industry provides employment for 35 to 40 per cent of the Texas labor force." Of the state's approximate land area of 168 million acres, some 143 million acres are in farmland—more than any other state. Texas also boasts more and bigger farms than any other state in...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
* RIO GRANDE Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents Vol. XXXI No. 45 Thursday, November 16, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas l- ! i* . i ( r i. f Cowan given 2 year contract Commissioners will meet on re-districting of county... The Rio Grande City School Board of Trustees awarded Su- perintendent S. P. Cowan a sur- prise two year contract despite negative votes by two board members. The school board in their regular monthly meeting opened the meeting and then went Into executive session. The session lasted some two hours. After the board came back into open session they approved the tax rolls. Tax-Assessor O.A. Garza gave the board the high- lights of the tax-rolls. They were that In 1971 there was a tax valuation of $43,175.70, and 1972 the total valuation were $44,- 247.90. That is an increase of $1,068.20. In tax money that's $19,224.36. That means for the maintenance tax there is $16,- 020.30. For the bond tax there is $3,404.00. The increa...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 What Precinct Three can expect by Raul Trejo Winning for the people is not new for Hector Lozano, the ma- yor of Grulla and now the Pre- cinct Three County Commis- sioner-elect. Hector Lozano has plans for precinct threee, and he dis- cussed them with the Herald in an interview over coffee. Sunday the victory parade a- long with an afternoon bar-b- que followed by an evening vic- tory dance had taken most of Lozano's day and finding time for a quiet interview is quite a feat. The people of precinct three some 600 plus strong had been celebrating what one said "was not a victory for Lozano alone, but for the people who have wanted to go forward for a long time". Hector Lozano is 38 years old and has lived in Grulla all his life. He is married and the cou- ple has one daughter, Yvonne, 3 years old. He has been mayor of Grulla for the last seven years and the little community has seen much progress under Lozano. One of the projec...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 3 - U I ' 1 L" •I /, I i- ) I I' I \ 1 * 4 - tell it like it ISe • • I/O RAUL THEJO HERALD MANAGING EDITOR School trustee Alex Gabert pulled something that I feel deserves a bit of credit. Tuesday night at the regular meeting of the school board Gabert made a motion to award Superintendent S.P. Cowan a two year contract. Cowan has been without a vote of con- fidence for sometime, but Gabert managed to muster up enough votes to get him a two year contract. Although we feel that Cowan still does not have the con- fidence of the board, a two year contract is well deserved and we congratulate trustee^ Alex Gabert for recognizing Cowan and his work. Gabert said something Tuesday night that reminded us of our relationship with him. Although we feel that sometime back Gabert over stepped his boundaries in the employ- ment of personnel not recommended by Cowan, I feel that this one Item was In the direction of what Is best for the stude...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 Parents' Night is tonight It will be back to school night for the parents of Rio Grande City High School students on Tuesday, November 21st; so announced Ruben Saenz, high school principal. Saenz stated that it is ex treniely important for parents to become better acquainted with the school their youngster.'1 attend, and with the teachers, counselors, administration, and other supportive personnel who daily strive to meet the educa- tional needs of the students. THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE Equally important, he further indicated, is for parents to per- sonally visit the classrooms and other facilities students use every day. The Parent's Night Program has been planned with the as- sistance of the advisory com- mittee. The advisory commit- tee is composed of students, teachers and administrators. Saenz also stated that parents will soon be added to the com- mittee. The Parent's Night Program starts at 7:30 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. An impres- sive ...
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER *6, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 6 All around f the town... with lissa peterson... Those early explorers who dedicated their lives to finding the Fountain of Youth, may rest well to know that it is definitely locat- ed somewhere on the Rio Grande City High School campus. Never have I seen so much energy expended in one place as there was at the Donna-RGC game here last Friday, by our players, students, faculty, and even the people in the stadium. * * * * The game was preceded by the crown of our Homecoming Queen, Miss Ida Solis, escorted by Bias Chapa. Dads of the football play- ers then greeted their boys with their helmets and a handshake as they prepared for their last home game, one of the most exciting games of the year. * * * Several families were well-represented on the Rattler football squad. Mrs. Elida Ybanez greeted her twin Rattlers, Roel and Rey- naldo. Joe Sanchez had two sons to represent, Fernando and Teto. There were three Labar boys, Fred, Roy,...
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 7 * Mrs. R.R. Guerra Mrs. R.R. Guerra of the Rio Grande City-Roma Pan Amer- ican Round Table was recently °lected as Associated Director 0>< eral for the Pan American i 'ance. A native of Dallas, "Max- ine", was married in 1934 to Reuben R. Guerra, prominent businessman of Roma in Starr County. Her daughter, Teresa Massey, is currently teaching in the Texas State School for the Mentally Retarded in Aus- tin. Her two sons, R.R. Jr. and William Thomas are associa- ted with their father in his various business enterprises, which include ranching, lumber and construction, oil and insur- ance. She has five grandchil- dren. Well known as a gracious and hospitable hostess, her home has been the scene for many Pan American Round Table so- cial affairs. She has also host- ed numerous State and Alliance Officers on their visits to Ta- bles in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. Having been a member of the local Pan American Round Ta- ...
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
' THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 8' MODERN. FOLK OR CLASSICAL, LEARN TO PLAY IT WITH AN INSTRUMENT MONTALVO ENGAGEMENT — Mr. and Mrs. Jose B. Montalvo of Brownsville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Olga to LeonelTadeosonof Mr. and Mrs. An- tonio Flores of Rio Grande City. The wedding will be solemnized December 2, at 5:30 p.m. at Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church in Brownsville. The bride-elect is a graduate of Brownsville Schools and her fiance is a graduate of Rio Grande City Schools and Pan American University. Elmo Lopez Music Company ROCK, SOUL, BLUES! YOU'RE IN THE GROOVE WHEN YOU PLAY THE GUITAR OR ANY GOOb MUSICAL INSTRUMENT So lay on the heavy sounds to all your friends. BALDWIN PIANOS & ORGANS GUITARS AND AMPLIFIERS BAND INSTRUMENTS | COMPLETE LINE OF Accessories! Come see us—or coll we'll come see you COMPLETE FINANCING Elmo 1401 SAN BERNARD AVE. MUSI COMPANY LAREDO 722-8011 CtNTRAl POWER AMD UGHT CO...
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 9 4 Round Table hears talk on Panama City convention.... By TISSA PETERSON A special program was wit- nessed by members of the Rio Grande City-Roma Pan Amer- ican Round Table on Tuesday, November 14. Mrs. R.R. Guer- ra, who was elected as Associ- ate Director General of the Pan American Round Table Alliance at the convention In Panama City, reported on the trip. The program followed a din- ner at the Rattler Den Restau- rant and a regular meeting of the club. Mrs. Sher rill B. Oakes from Brownsville, First Assis- tant Director of Texas Pan Am- erican Round Tables, was in- troduced by Mrs. John A. Pope, Jr., president of the local club. Mrs. Oakes spoke briefly to the group. Mrs. Florence Johnson Scott, founder of the local Round Ta- ble, introduced Mrs. Guerra as the speaker, Mrs. Scott, who has lived over 50 years in this community and was the first Director of the Rio Grande City Round Table, gave a special tribute to the newl...
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERAl.n PAGE 10 t 8 1 ii m y 14 POINTER — With deer season so close Gustavo Perez Is pic- tured with his 14 pointer which he shot on the Humberto Munoz Las Comas Ranch in Jim Hogg County. The deer tipped the scales at 182 pounds field dressed. Perez used a 270 to down the 14 point- er. The deer was shot Tuesday morning at 8:30 at a distance of 200 yards. Deer season opens here in Starr County this Saturday morning. Licenses for the event can be bought from the local game warden or from Starr Val-U-Mart at Starr Plaza Shopping Center here in Rio Grande City. (Herald photo by Trejo) a-^sssasssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssssss^ WOMAN'S TOUCH report by Mrs.'Ida A Perez County Extension Agent VS> SSW-sSSSSSSSgSS Compact washers and dryer's offer a solution to a problem common to many homes — a need for laundry equipment yet lack of space for conventional appliances. According to Mrs. Ida A. Perez, county Extension Agent, "Compacts are a se...
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
}■ * A THURSDAY, NOVEMF ER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 11 County Agents Report by David Sandefer County Extension Agent "Extension Education: Meet- ing Current and Emerging Needs of People" will be the theme of the biennial confer- ence of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service Dec. 4-8 in San Antonio. Professional Extension staff members from all counties and areas will participate in the professional improvement con- ference at the Convention Cen- ter. Educational programs of Ex- tension will be viewed from the standpoint of meeting needs of individuals, groups and society, emphasized Dr. John E. Hutch- ison, Extension director. "This conference provides an opportunity to re-examime our educational objectives in light of the raoidly changing environ- ment in which we live and work," Hutchison added. In addition to general confer- ence sessions, 15 special ses- sions have been arranged for work and discussion purposes. Each individual will take part in three of these spec...
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
i THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 12 4-H Club News by Mari Montalvo 4-H Club Reporter Exciting, dynamic and decor- ative—who would have thought a few years ago these would be words describing light fixtures? Current fixtures are these things--and more, according to Patricia A. Bradshaw. The housing and home furnishing specialist with the Texas Agri- cultural Extension Service of Texas A&M University took a look at recent trends in lighting. "Today, lighting Is a decora- tive element in its own right, capable of creating moods, pro- viding effects and shaping space. "No longer Is a lamp simply a light source. "It works as an accessory piece and as an architectural detail to highlight and empha- size design, color and texture." Shoppers might keep this In mhid when choosing Christmas gifts. Gone are the days of lamps that just stood up straight, with ugly bulbs carefully hidden, Miss Bradshaw continued. "Now there are fixtures that look like the moon, resemb...
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
<Jldd SomofRing cJIczd c?or<3Cis Qfiristmas SPORT COATS REGULAR $75.00 $56. SUITS REGULAR $100.00 SLEEVE REG. $20.00 JARMAN SHOES PLUS MANY, MANY OTHER PRE-CHRISTMAS SAYING IDEAS TIES. CUFF-LINKS LOTIONS YOU NAME IT FOR HIM AT CASUAL ^ 0PEN SUNDAYS (tarori Sno STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER VALUES Ipfi-ehnstmas. NOW AT RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP 51 'NDOOR $ COLLECTION OF FINE GIFTS WE HAVE GIFT IDEAS FOR MOM, DAD, BROTHER OR SISTER, FRIEND OR RELATIVE. New Merchandise Coming In Daily OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF CHRISTMAS ORNAMENTS LIGHTS, TREES ALL AT... Today Friday Saturday STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER RAMIREZ GIFT SHOP
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
t 1 • 1101® \H^ T0$ 3 Se® oo<W , ° $&,<&) STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER at TKattuldle & we deal in Fashions—so we go where ever we need to go to get the very best lines for your Tastes and Needs Come in and See our PRE- CHRISTMAS Selections CANDY FOR YOUR CHILDREN!! 1 ft E m m REG. 4.50 5.00 WE'RE CELEBRATING OUR FIRST ANNIVERSARY... FINAL CLEARANCE AND PRE-CHRISTMAS... COME ON OYER *21 50 GIRL'S DRESSES ALL SIZES OUR ENTIRE STOCK IS SLASHED FOR THIS ONCE-A-YEAR CAI E CONE IN NOW FOR *MLE BETTER SELECTION! Thank You For Making Our First Year A Success We Pledge To Serve You Better and Save you Morel BOUTIQUE JUVENILE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
3 m * V ■/ THURS. FRi. & SAT. 3-BIG DAYS. DON'T MISS THIS EXCITING COUPON SALE. VALUABLE COUPON iX 60" DOUBLE KNIT 1!| VALUABLE COUPON v ' . I 100% Polyester. Values to 3.99 A great value in wash- able. easy core polyester double knits Exciting fall colors, to spruce up your fall wardrobe $l! 99 YD. CUP & SAVE DISCOUNT ON ANY MENS SPORT i>! W COAT MEN'S SLACKS |l| PANTY HOSE | _ 590 Values. Save 21 £ ^ I jjjj^ Sheer first quality with I I smooth fitting features to go 2 1 *5 Is , 11 y 111 m jii 11 w! B1 8 ls£: 100% Polyester. Double Knits ^ If Here's is limited stock of men's polyester slocks of values to $20 Various fall fashion colors Great opportunity Sizes 29 to 42. 91 with your wardrobe In beige, coffee, suntan, navy Petite, averoge, tall 38 i j ^A'< AMVft CLIP & SAVE U || WW. I VALUABLE COUPON ■ - - UMiMfMi— - " HH IMMmMldl I 1 BATH TOWELS III FASH'®S "00TS It li.' : — i LADIfco 7.TT <£• y? Big Thirsty Special Values . __ S u \4N0W I Wonderfully absorbent ...
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972
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