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steam cleaning - Starr County Town Crier
STARR VISION
CENTER
487-2440
Dr. Angie Ramirez
Therapeutic Optometrist
•Power Wheelchairs
•Hospital Beds
•Incontinence Supplies
•Diabetic Supplies
•Mobility Aids
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Auto Insurance
& Bail Bonds
488-0808 487-7000
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\
488-9616
103-A Kain St.
Rio Grande City, TX
280 W. 2nd St. R.G.C.
The
Law Office Of
J.M.
“Chema”
Garza
Dr. Raymond
Cruz Best
Vol. 31, No. 12 WEEKLY WEDNESDAY • MARCH 23, 2016
Office (956) 487-6544 - Fax (956) 487-6165 - E-Mail: [email protected] - www.starrcountytowncrier.com
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CRIMINAL CASES (STATE& FEDERAL) • FAMILY LAW CASES (DIVORCES, ADOPTIONS ETC.)
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[email protected]
Rio Grande City Men Inducted into Congressman Cuellar Receives Spirit of Enterprise
487-2999 Rio Grande Valley Walk of Fame Award from U.S. Chamber of Commerce for 10th Time
Congressman Cuellar
Dental Insurance, Medicaid and Chip Accepted
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Rio Grande City citizens Dr.
Antonio Falcon and Mr. Rodolfo
Carlos “RC” Salinas were inducted
into the 2016 Rio Grande Valley
Walk of Fame on Thursday, March
3, 2016 at the State Farm Arena in
Hidalgo, Texas.
Dr. Falcon and Mr. Salinas
received the honor for their life
achievements and significant civic
contributions to Rio Grande City,
the Rio Grande Valley and South
Texas.
WALK OF FAME, page 2
Dr. Antonio Falcon
R.C. Salinas
Roma High School Construction Technology Program students
participated in the 2016 Skills USA Regional Competition
In February, Roma High School Construction Technology Program students participated in the 2016 Skills
USA Regional Competition at Texas State Technical College in Harlingen, Texas. Students submitted eight
projects and all eight projects advanced to the state level competition, which takes place in Corpus Christi,
Texas from March
30 to April 3, 2016.
Congratulations
goes
to
Katia
Dominguez
and
Carlos Barcenas for
their 4-piece bed
set; Tamara Ochoa
for her ice chest;
Jorge Saucedo for his musical ice chest; Shelly Hernandez and Karina Dominguez for their glider chair; Dailyn
Gonzalez for her baby crib; Orlando Garcia, Damian Garza and Reynaldo Hernandez for their billiard table;
Maria Garcia and Brianda Gomez for their 6-piece dining set; Manuel Tello Jr. for his connect four game; and
Maria Garcia and Brianda Gomez for their Best of Show Award! (Write up and photo courtesy Roel Miranda.)
VMS Achieves District UIL Champions 8 Years in a Row
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receives
his
10th
Chamber of Commerce
Spirit of Enterprise
Award since starting
in Congress. Giving
him the award is Tom
Donohue,
president
and CEO of the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce.
For the 10th time
since
starting
in
Congress in 2005,
Congressman
Henry
Cuellar (D-TX-28) received the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s annual
Spirit of Enterprise Award, given in recognition of his support for projobs, pro-growth policies in the first session of the 114th Congress. This
past year Congressman Cuellar was given a 94% rating by the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce.
CONGRESSMAN CUELLAR, page 4
Rio Grande City CISD
Announces Rey Ramirez Relays
Thursday, March 24, 2016
at Joe R. Sanchez Stadium
Honoring 1970 Pole Vault Regional
Champion and State Qualifier
Coach Daniel Vasquez
at 5:00 p.m.
Alto Bonito Elementary Coaches Award
Students for Completing 30 Mile Challenge
414 E Main Street - Rio Grande City, TX
Congratulations to all Veterans Middle School U.I.L. students and their coaches for retaining the District
Championship Title at the District Meet! VMS students participated in what proved to be a very intense
competition but at the end the students’ commitment and hard work paid off when they brought the championship
trophy home. Our students earned a 1st Place Sweepstakes Trophy obtaining the highest total points in each
grade level. 6th grade obtained 290 points, 7th grade 265 and 8th grade 211 for an overall grand total of 766
points. Congratulations once again for being U.I.L. District Champs 8 years in a row!!! A huge thanks and
appreciation goes out to ALL VMS U.I.L. students and coaches for all their hard work and for representing
Veterans Middle School with so much pride and honor! Also, a very special THANK YOU to Mrs. Melinda
Barrera, UIL Coordinator, for ensuring the continued success of our U.I.L. program and for all her efforts
in meeting the needs of all UIL students throughout the year! VMS would also like to thank the parents for
their unwavering support! Pictured above are VMS UIL students, UIL coaches, Melinda Barrera (VMS Asst.
Principal/UIL Coordinator), and Mrs. Maricela O. Garcia (VMS Principal).
Alto Bonito Elementary Coach Demetrio Bazan and Coach Jesseca
Carrera, presented students in 4th and 5th grades with certificates in
honor of completing the 30 Mile Challenge at the awards assembly
on Thursday, February 25, 2016.
This challenge was part of a grant to help fight obesity in our
area, “Border Obesity Prevention.” Mr. Calixtro Seca from Texas
Department of Health and Mari Contreras from the R.G.C.C.I.S.D.
Student Services were invited as special guests to the assembly.
They spoke to the kids about their wonderful accomplishments and
presented Mr. Pena and Ms. Laura Garza with 30 Mile t-shirts. The
coaches also received a Rocking Roller portable wireless speaker in
appreciation for their participation. Great job Alto Bonito Elementary!
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STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 2
WEDNESDAY MARCH 23RD - I.C.C.
6:00 P.M.
†JOSEFA GARCIA VIUDA DE SALINAS
by Familia Salinas
†SOFIA P. GARCIA (3RD AN.) by Daughters
†ISRAEL RIOS (19TH AN.) by Esposa e Hijos
†ENRIQUE CANTU (35TH AN.) by Family
†RAFAEL RESENDEZ by Vela Family
HOLY THURSDAY/JUEVES SANTO
7:00 P.M.
Mass of the Lord’s Supper
Misa de la Cena del Señor
8:30 P.M.
Procesión y Adoración del Santisimo
\Sacramento.
Adoracion Perpetua Hasta las 600 A.M.
GOOD FRIDAY/VIERNES SANTO
2:00 P.M.
Via Crucis-Live
6:00 P.M.
Adoración de la Santa Cruz
y Servicio de Comunion
7:00 P.M.
Acompañaminto a la Virgen Dolorosa
y Procesion.
8:00 P.M.
Pesame a la Virgen y Rosario
SABADO SANTO/HOLY SATURDAY
8:30 P.M.
Easter Vigil/Vigilia Pascual
SUNDAY MARCH 27THEASTER SUNDAY I.C.C.
7:00 A.M.
PRO POPULO- MASS SAID
FOR THE PEOPLE
SUNDAY SACRED HEART/LOS GARCIA
9:00 A.M.
†SANTIAGO OLIVAREZ, SR. (20TH AN.)
by Olivarez Family
†ALICIA LEAL GALVAN (17TH AN.)
by Children
†ARNOLDO RODRIGUEZ (4TH AN.)
by Familia Rodriguez Vazquez
NOVENA “Miraculous Prayer”
R. G. C.
†SAMUEL SCOTT SHIRTCLIFF (15TH
AN.) by Wife, Sons & Grandchildren
Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for
favors. This time I ask you this very special one (mention
favor). Take it, Dear Jesus, and place it within your own
heart, where your Father sees it. Then, in your merciful
eyes it will become your favor, not mine. Amen.
Say this prayer for three days, promise publication and
favor will be granted. Never known to fail.
Misa De Primer Aniversario
En Memoria de
Sr. Antonio Hinojosa
Febrero 27, 1926 † Marzo 24, 2015
Ha pasado un año desde que te fuiste de casa
para estar con nuestro Señor. Se nos rompió
el corazón al perderte pero no te as ido solo,
porque parte de nosotros se fue contigo el día
que Dios te llamó a su casa. A menudo nos
sentamos y pensamos en ti, pensar en cómo
moriste, pensar que no pudimos decirte adiós
antes de que cerraras tus ojos. Sufrimos mucha
tristeza y dolor sin �in que tenemos que soportar
hasta que respiremos nuestro último adiós y
�inalmente te volvamos a encontrar.
Se Celebrara una misa el Domingo 27 de Marzo a las 11:00 a.m.
en la Iglesia Nuestra Señora del Refugio, Roma, Tx
Familia Hinojosa
1st Anniversary
In Loving Memory of
Reynaldo Sandoval, Jr.
03-22-1953 † 03-16-2015
Gates of memories
will never close...
How much I miss you
no one knows
Days will pass away
into years...
And we’ll think about
those memories
with
Silent tears.
Brother Clemente (Tito)
Alonzo Sandoval and Family
SUNDAY MARCH 27TH EASTER SUNDAY I.C.C.
11:00 A.M.
†EVELYN HAYDEN by Family
†JOE MARINO by Wife & Children
†LEONEL L. PEÑA by Wife & Children
†IDOLINA C. SALAZAR (29TH AN.)
by Salazar Family
†SUSANO SEPULVEDA (3RD AN.)
by Celinda Salinas & Family
†BENITO & VICTORIA TREVIÑO
by Rachel Ramirez
†ADALBERTO RAMIREZ
by Rachel Ramirez
†DARIO TREVIÑO by Rachel Ramirez
†ERNESTO C. CASTAÑEDA by Family
†ALFONSO MASCORRO by Esposa y Hijos
†JESUS Y LORE PEÑA by Hijos
†ROGELIO OLIVAREZ (1ST AN.)
by Familia Olivarez
Individual Water And Wastewater
Grants
Available
Through
USDA
Rural
Development
Texas USDA Rural Development
has announced grants are available
through the Individual Water
and Wastewater Program for
households residing in an area
recognized as a colonia before
October 1, 1989. The colonia
must also be located in a rural area
(unincorporated areas and any
city or town with a population not
in excess of 10,000 inhabitants)
and identified as a community
designated in writing by the State
or county in which it is located;
determined to be a colonia on the
basis of objective criteria including
lack of potable water supply, lack of
adequate sewage systems, lack of
decent, safe and sanitary housing,
and inadequate roads and drainage.
“One of the goals of USDA
Rural Development is to help
provide rural Colonia areas with
safe, dependable water and sewage
systems,” said Texas State Director
Paco Valentin. “We are pleased to
provide funding for projects that
will ensure that Colonia residents
have access to grant funds for the
installation of indoor plumbing, as
well as facilitate access to reliable
water and wastewater facilities.
These are basic necessities that can
make communities with limited
resources safe and healthy places
to live.”
Grant funds may be used to
connect service lines to a residence,
pay utility hook-up fees, install
plumbing and related fixtures, i.e.
bathroom sink, bathtub or shower,
commode, kitchen sink, water
heater, outside spigot, or bathroom,
if lacking.
To qualify for the program,
applicants must own and occupy
their home, show income from all
individuals residing in the home
below the most recent poverty
income guidelines established
by the Department of Health
and Human Services, and not be
delinquent on any Federal debt.
The maximum individual grant
for water systems is $3,500 and
for wastewater is $4,000 with a
lifetime assistance maximum not
to exceed $5,000 per individual.
Information on the program - web site
at http://www.rd.usda.gov/programsservices/individual-water-wastewatergrants/tx or call Edinburg Area
Office (956) 383-4928, Extension 4.
7th Year Anniversary Mass
In Loving Memory of
Jose Peña
March 19, 1916 † March 28, 2009
One Day at a Time
You lived your life one day at a time. The
words you shared were always kind. You
loved us all with your whole heart. It
saddens us to be apart, and forever we hold
you in our hearts. Today you stand in God’s
bright light. Watching over us day and night.
In our hearts you will remain until the day
we meet again... Forever your love will live
on in our hearts and the hearts of those
you touched. We are so grateful to God for
blessing our lives with the beautiful gift of
you. We miss you sweet angel, more than
you can imagine.
SPECIAL INTENTION FOR LUIS
ALBERTO ANDRADE TANGUMA
by Tios Raudel & Lina
MONDAY MARCH 28TH – I.C.C.
6:00 P.M.
†ROSA C. LOPEZ (4TH AN.)
by Children & Grandchildren
†ERNESTO HERNANDEZ, JR. (7TH AN.)
by Sus Hijos y Familia
†JOSE PEÑA (7TH AN.) by Peña Family
TUESDAY MARCH 29TH - I.C.C.
6:30 A.M.
†OCTAVIO CASTAÑEDA by Family
†MRS. ALICIA G. SALINAS (20TH AN.)
by Isaura de la Cruz & Stella Ward
WALK OF FAME Continue from Front Page
“We are thankful to Dr. Falcon
and Mr. Salinas for their tireless
efforts and contributions to the
causes important to the people
of Rio Grande City,” said Mayor
Joel Villarreal. “We extend our
warmest congratulations to them
for receiving this distinguished
honor.”
The Rio Grande Valley Walk
of Fame at the State Farm Arena
was created in 2005 and to date
has inducted 470 Rio Grande
Valley citizens nominated by their
respective city and chamber of
commerce.
The City of Rio Grande City
selected to honor Dr. Antonio
Falcon, Medical Director and
staff physician at Family Medical
Center LLP in Rio Grande City.
Dr. Falcon has been providing
quality and compassionate care
to his patients in Rio Grande City
for over 35 years. He is also active
in increasing awareness of the
border health care needs though
his involvement at the federal,
state and local levels. Last year,
Dr. Falcon was named Physician of
the Year, the highest honor among
Texas family doctors by the Texas
Academy of Family Physicians. He
is a current member of the Texas
Medical Association, and serves on
the medical staff at Starr County
Memorial Hospital and Doctor’s
Hospital at Renaissance. He’s
previously served as presidential
appointee to the United States–
Mexico Border Health Commission
and member of the Texas Parks &
Wildlife Commission. In 2015, Dr.
Falcon was appointed by Governor
Greg Abbott to the Governor’s
University Research Initiative
Advisory Committee, helping
universities recruit nationally-
Mass Dedication Services will be held on Monday,
March 28, 2016 at 6:00 p.m. at Immaculate Conception
Church in Rio Grande City, Texas.
Peña, Laurel, and McGuffin Families
Pida a los 3 Ángeles
San Miguel, Rafael
y Gabriel.
Prenda 3 velas blancas
en un plato con agua y
azúcar, haga su petición.
A los tres días publique
esta oración. Aunque no
crea mire que pasa el
cuarto día.
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recognized researchers to their
schools and faculty. He is also a
member and past president of the
Hidalgo Starr Medical Society and
has served on the boards of Rio
Grande City CISD and Starr County
Memorial Hospital. Dr. Falcon is a
past Rotarian of the Rotary Club of
Rio Grande City. He is an active
member of First United Methodist
Church in Rio Grande City. He is
married to Kathleen Falcon and has
four children and 6 grandchildren.
The Rio Grande City Greater
Chamber of Commerce chose to
honor Mr. Rodolfo Carlos “RC”
Salinas. Mr. Salinas retired from
Rio Grande City CISD after a
54-year career in education. He
currently serves as a Catholic
Deacon at Sacred Heart Church
in Escobares, Texas. He has also
served at the Catholic Church
in La Rosita and El Sauz, Texas
since becoming ordained nearly
36 years ago. Mr. Salinas takes
pride in his work supporting
the rehabilitation of delinquent
juveniles and has provided
religious services at both the Starr
County Juvenile Detention Center
and at Evans Juvenile Detention
Center in Edinburg, Texas. In
1998, Mr. Salinas volunteered
at the Alcoholic Anonymous
Organization
in
Camargo,
Tamaulipas, where he helped many
fight their addition and reintegrate
into their community. Mr. Salinas
currently volunteers at the Rio
Grande City Municipal Court
providing community service
counseling to youth and adults. Mr.
Salinas is also an avid Rio Grande
City historian. He has shared his
knowledge of Rio Grande City as a
volunteer tour guide on Rio Grande
City’s Bessie III Trolley Tour
and author of several local and
regionally published articles about
Rio Grande City’s vibrant history.
Mr. Salinas is a member of the Starr
County Historical Commission,
Rio Grande City Historical
Preservation Committee, Fort
Ringgold Restoration Committee
and is a past Rotarian of the Rotary
Club of Rio Grande City. He is
married to Sylvia Salinas and has
two children. Rio Grande City
proudly congratulates the two
gentlemen for their extraordinary
accomplishments.
ORACIÓN AL
SAGRADO CORAZÓN
DE JESÚS
Para Cosas muy Difíciles
B r a z o
poderoso
ante ti vengo
con toda la fe
de mi alma
a buscar
tu sagrado
consuelo en
mi difícil
situación,
n o
m e
desampares en las puertas que han
de abrirse en mi camino, sea tu
Brazo para darme la tranquilidad
que ansió (3 peticiones difíciles)
suplica que te hace un corazón
afligido por duros golpes del cruel
destino que lo han vencido siempre
en la lucha humana. Ya que si
tu poder divino no intercede en
mi favor, sucumbiré por falta de
ayuda, Brazo poderoso asísteme,
ampárame y condúceme a la gloria
celestial, gracias dulce Jesús.
(Publicar después de favores
recibidos.) J. H.
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 3
Grulla High School CTE
Students Advance at Skills USA
Starr
County
Sheriff’s
Office
participate in Starr County Youth Fair
Grulla High School Career and Technical Education students in the
Criminal Justice Classes under the direction of Mr. Daniel Garcia,
advanced at the Skills USA competition held on February 4, 2016 at
South Padre Island.
Grulla High School Receives
Honorable Mention in “Lights,
Camera, Save!” Video Contest
Starr County Sheriff’s Office Staff providing safety information to
students at Starr County Youth Fair. Pictured with students are Starr
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STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 4
Roma ISD Announces February 2016 Gladiator Wall of Fame Honorees
Roma ISD’s Gladiator Wall
of Fame Program shines the
light on exemplary students,
who are selected for the
honor based on citizenship,
leadership, academics, and
extracurricular
activities.
The February 2016 Roma
ISD Gladiator Wall of Fame
honorees were highlighted at
the district’s regular school
board meeting held February
25, 2016. The honorees
include Camila Benitez of
Emma Vera Elementary
School; Liana Urbano, Keyra
Garza and Isabella Perez of
F.J. Scott Elementary School;
Ruby Hinojosa, Christian
Elizondo
and
Ashley
Rodriguez of R.C. Saenz
Elementary School; Daniela
Garcia, Roberto Garcia III and Daniel Garcia of R.T. Barrera Elementary School; Joseline Benitez of Veterans
Memorial Elementary School; Sebastian Rodriguez, Dayra Garza and Jelayna A. Barrera of Y.B. Escobar
Elementary School; Christian D. Alvarez, Marco A. Santistevan and Joselyn Rodriguez of Ramiro Barrera
Middle School; Angel Pena, Andrik Garcia and Ana Lucia Avila Barrera of Roma Middle School; and Jose M.
Valdez, Janell Clarke and Hector Ramirez of Roma High School.
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CONGRESSMAN CUELLAR
This marks the 28th year that
the U.S. Chamber has formally
honored the accomplishments of
this select group of members of
Congress.
“I thank the Chamber for
granting me this award,”
Congressman Cuellar said. “I
will continue to support probusiness, pro-growth policies at
the federal level because I know
that support for business means
greater economic prosperity for
our country. My district is home
to major international trade ports
and agricultural businesses, as
well as thousands of local small
businesses that provide jobs and
support to our economy through
free enterprise.”
“We are pleased to recognize
Congressman
Cuellar
for
engaging
in
pro-business
policymaking
that
helps
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strengthen our nation’s spirit of
enterprise,” said Tom Donohue,
president and CEO of the U.S.
Chamber of Commerce. “The
Spirit of Enterprise Award honors
those members of Congress
who are committed to ensuring
that American businesses can
continue to operate and succeed
in a free enterprise system.”
The Chamber’s prestigious
Spirit of Enterprise Award is
given annually to members of
Congress based on their votes
on critical business legislation
as outlined in the Chamber
publication How They Voted.
Members who supported the
Chamber’s position on at least 70
percent of those votes qualify to
receive the award.
During the first session
of the 114th Congress, the
Chamber
scored
members
on 14 Senate votes and 20
House votes, including votes
reestablishing Trade Promotion
Authority, reauthorizing the
Export-Import
Bank,
and
lifting the crude oil export ban.
Congressman Cuellar was an
active leader on each of these
efforts. Also scored were votes
in support of the first long-term
transportation law in a decade
and votes to make permanent
tax provisions that would have
regularly expired.
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 5
First and foremost, I want to give thanks to
the Lord for giving me the privilege to run for
office because without him, none of this would
be possible. I also want to thank my family,
friends , supporters and the people of Pct. 4
for trusting me as your future Constable. I
sincerely appreciate the time and effort of all
1,787 voters who believed in me and made it
possible for me to win this election. To the 874
voters who did not choose me, I promise I will
work hard and dedicate myself to prove that I
am worthy and “ready to serve Pct. 4”! This is
just the beginning of what is yet to come!
Humildemente les digo “GRACIAS” por todo su apoyo!!!
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 6
North Grammar Elementary Students of the Month 9th Starr County Role Models Conference by Starr Psych Club-STC
North Grammar Elementary is pleased to present the Students of the Week for the month of February. These
students were selected based on school attendance, academic achievement, and over all great character.
Interim Principal, Ms. Nora Rivera and the NGE staff are extremely proud of these INCREDIBLE kids.
Pictured are: PK- Edgar Ramirez, Dylan Chapa, Angel Balderas, Azeneth Escobedo, and Natasha Mijares,
Kinder- Jonathan Alvarez, Ashley Gonzalez, Jose Ediel Solis, Ytzel Rivas, and Kaya Arredondo, 1st GradeIsaac Bazan, Kendra Gonzalez, Rhaelyn Ochoa, Sebastian Garcia, Luz Elena Morado, and Gael Garza, 2nd
Grade- Alisson Negrete,Priscilla Hernandez, Emmanuel Rodriguez, Lizbeth Carmona, Emiliana Veloso,
Alexia Lara, Gabriella Nunez, and Dezaree Martinez, 3rd Grade- Joanna Hartley, Kimberly Rivera, Sadie
Cabrera, Joshua Guerra, Jessica De La Cruz, and Brieseyda Rosales, 4th Grade- Hector Carrera, Sherlyn
Sosa, Elana Veloso, Jorge Garza, and Violet Vela, 5th Grade- Gregorio Vela, Andre Trevino, Luis Ramirez,
Rolando Ramirez, and Evelyn Martinez. North Grammar Elementary Staff and Administration encourages
every student to DREAM IT! BELIEVE IT! ACHIEVE IT!
On February
24, 2016, the
Starr County
C a m p u s
Psychology
Club hosted
its 9th Starr
County Role
Models Get
Inspired
Conference
at the STC Starr County Campus Auditorium. The panelists featured were: Jessica Teran Saenz (RGCCISD
Ringgold Elementary School Counselor and The Therapy Academy Speech Therapist), Ramiro Guillen
(Pct.2 Justice of the Peace), and Diana Salinas (Roma ISD FJ Scott Elementary School Principal). RGCCISD
Superintendent Joel Trigo Jr. cancelled in the last minute due to feeling sick following the school board member
the previous night. The role model panelists shared their achievements and also some obstacles they have
overcome. In addition, they offered college advice to the students, talked about the importance of family support
and college resources, and elaborated on their future professional goals—all with the intention of inspiring
those present. The event was open to STC students, faculty, staff, and the community at large- free of charge.
Over 100 people were in attendance, including local elected officials and community leaders. Mr. Alex Sarabia
(STC Psychology Faculty & Club Co-Advisor) welcomed the audience, served as moderator of the conference,
and introduced Dr. Arturo Montiel (STC Starr County Campus Administrator) for opening remarks. At the
end, there was a Q&A session from the audience, where students asked the panelists questions. The panelists
received a certificate of appreciation for participating. “The conference was a huge success; students provided
excellent feedback, they said they felt motivated and inspired that despite obstacles and challenges, anyone can
succeed, as the panelists shared some of their obstacles,” said Alex Sarabia.
NOVENA “Miraculous Prayer”
R. G. C.
Dear Sacred Heart of Jesus, in the past I have asked for
favors. This time I ask you this very special one (mention
favor). Take it, Dear Jesus, and place it within your own
heart, where your Father sees it. Then, in your merciful
eyes it will become your favor, not mine. Amen.
Say this prayer for three days, promise publication and
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SPRING 2016
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
March 25th
City Office Closed for Good Friday
April 14th - 6:00pm Last Art Walk of Season
Downtown RGC
April 16th - 8:30am Crime Stoppers Color Rain Dash
Buffalo Fairgrounds
For more details on all these events,please visit
www.cityofrgc.com
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 7
A Message From Roma
ISD Superintendent
Carlos
Guzman
Starr County Retired Teachers Donates Books to Ac2E Elementary Student Council Officers Participate
General Ricardo Sanchez Elementary Students in Ringgold Middle School’s Leadership Conference
I want to congratulate all Roma
ISD parents for their commitment
to student success. Just last
week Roma ISD was once again
nationally recognized by the
Educational Results Partnership
(ERP) and the Institute for
Productivity in Education (IPE)
as an inaugural 2015 Texas
Honor Roll Recipient! Roma ISD
was named as a 2015 Honor Roll
District because of the academic
results of five schools.
The Texas Honor Roll is part
of a national effort known for its
extensive and rigorous analysis
of student achievement in public
schools. Five of our schools at
Roma ISD stood above most
other schools in the state because
of our success in getting students
to reach higher levels of academic
achievement. The academic
success we are witnessing took
On Feb. 23rd, about 100 General Ricardo S. Sanchez Elementary students were surprised by the Starr County
so much hard work from our
Retired School Employees Association members. The S.C.R.S.E.A. gifted each student with a reading book
students and staff, but we know
of their choice. The students were encouraged to read their chosen book first before participating in a bookeducation begins at home and share. Thank you to all the Sanchez Elementary administration, teachers, and staff for making this book
much of the credit belongs to you give-away project successful. This book-project has been sponsored for many years by this organization; a
too!
different elementary campus is chosen on a rotating basis. Only elementary campuses from Roma ISD, San
The 2015 Honor Roll includes Isidro ISD, and R.G.C. CISD participate in this yearly book give-away project. One main goal of this project
public elementary, middle and is to enhance reading skills. Any Starr County retired school employee is invited to join this organization;
high schools that are recognized call President Simon Garza at 437-6057 for further information.
for demonstrating consistently
high levels of student academic
achievement,
improvement
in achievement over time and
reduction in achievement gaps.
We did not apply for this
award—they found us! So it
really is a great honor to have
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Ac2E Student Council officers were invited to Ringgold Middle
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the only elementary students in attendance and worked alongside
middle school students throughout the day’s leadership trainings.
This is the second year in a row that Ac2E Elementary participates
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ROMA ISD
Continued from page 7
Elementary School, Roel & Celia
R. Saenz Elementary School, F.J.
Scott Elementary School and
Emma Vera Elementary School,
Roma ISD is being recognized
for our achievement. This is
a testament to our district’s
relentless focus on results
that we have shown over the
years and to the hard work of
our entire school community.
From all of us here at Roma
ISD, I extend my heartfelt
congratulations. Together we
are improving education for all
students and ensuring they have
the best opportunity to build a
bright future!
Carlos Guzman
Roma ISD Superintendent
Rio Grande City CISD
Announces
Rey Ramirez Relays
Thursday,
March 24, 2016 at
Joe R. Sanchez Stadium
Honoring 1970 Pole
Vault Regional
Champion and State
Qualifier
Coach Daniel Vasquez
at 5:00 p.m.
Public Announcement
Starr County Gas System
Beginning on April 1, 2016- The Starr County Gas System will not be accepting “cash”
payments at our office.
Customers will now be “required” to pay by check, credit card, money order, cashier
check, or other methods that are not “cash” transactions.
Our business office at 413 E. Main will be open its’ usual hours of 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
including 12 noon-1 p.m. Business phone number is (956) 487-2400. Emergency
numbers are (956) 844-3027 or (956) 263-0379.
Reyna Guerra
Starr County Gas System
Dept. Head
You are hereby notified that the City Commission of Rio Grande City, Starr County, Texas,
adopted the following Ordinance at a meeting duly held on March 16, 2016:
ORDINANCE NO. 2016-2
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COMMISSION OF RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS,
ORDERING A GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON MAY 7, 2016 FOR THE PURPOSE
OF ELECTING A MAYOR, COMMISSIONER PLACE TWO AND COMMISSIONER PLACE
FOUR; AMENDING THE ORDER OF GENERAL ELECTION IN ORDER TO ESTABLISH
AN ADDITIONAL DATE, TIME, AND LOCATION FOR EARLY VOTING BY PERSONAL
APPEARANCE AND AN ADDITIONAL LOCATION FOR VOTING ON ELECTION DAY;
APPOINTING DEPUTY EARLY VOTING CLERKS AND ELECTION JUDGES; MAKING
PROVISIONS FOR THE CONDUCT OF THE ELECTION AND ORDERING OTHER
PROVISIONS RELATED TO THE SUBJECT MATTER THEREOF
Witness my hand and seal of office this the 16th day of March, 2016.
/s/ Holly D. Guerrero
City Secretary
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CITY OF
ROMA
GENERAL DESIGN AND LANDSCAPE SERVICES
FOR THE GUADALUPE PLAZA ROMA, TX
The City of Roma requests proposals for an Architectural Design or Landscape Design
Firm to provide a plan for refreshing and improving the landscaping and furnishings in the
GUADALUPE PLAZA, located at Main Street on Hwy. 83 and Garcia Street. The Plaza has
historically served as the city’s “sitting room” and a gathering place for public performances
and community events.
The scope of services for the project includes:
1. A plan for creating more resilient landscaping in the Plaza.
2. Recommend a revised seating layout, including recommendations regarding the type of
furnishings to be provided in the Plaza.
3. A plan for providing within the Plaza that offer differing but complementary uses.
4. In developing the plan, the selected consultant will be expected to meet with key stakeholders
to solicit their input before creating the final plan.
Proposals must be received by 2:00 PM, Thursday, April 21, 2016, in the City of Roma
Administrative offices located at 77 Convent Street, Roma, Texas 78584.
Proposal documents are available at the above address and all proposals must be provided in
the same format as described. The proposers must be with the State of Texas. Proposals are
limited excluding resumes and notices of transmittal. Consultant selection will be based upon
weighted criteria as cited in this Request for Proposals.
The City of Roma reserves the right to reject any and all proposals, to waive formalities or to
accept any proposal, which appears to serve the best interest of the City of Roma.
To receive a proposal, contact Mr. Crisanto Salinas, City Manager at 956-849-1411.
Crisanto Salinas, City Manager
City of Roma, Texas
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 9
The Pediatric Care Center believes that community is shared. Participants return home with genuine
service is at the forefront of our daily values. We appreciation for our multi-cultural world and prepared
also realize that our community is part of a larger to participate as global citizens.
world community of which we must also serve.
VISIONS projects are ambitious, and therefore
challenging, gratifying and fun. You will make and
Each year we sponsor one exceptional youth to meet commitments to their host communities and in
represent our community in communities that are response to their needs. You will spend approximately
in need. Our goal is to make the world better while 50% of our time on projects, working until midexposing a deserving youth to the world.
afternoon on weekdays. One day a week you will
be on “homebase crew”, preparing breakfast for
The World Service Corp Award is an opportunity
everyone, visiting local markets to buy food for the
for one youth to enroll in the Visions Services
next meals, and doing errands as part of a “day in the
Adventures Programs ® and travel the world
life”.
while helping others.
Every VISIONS program undertakes a groundWith VISIONS, you live in the heart of a host up building project and several other construction
community, rooted to a very new place in ways initiatives. You will do construction because it is a
that surpass the superficial. You come to know pressing need in these communities and because
the people whose lives you have impacted and it also teaches valuable things: technical and
experience the fulfillment of service when the effort problem-solving skills, efficient work habits,
teamwork and self-confidence.
VISIONS teen community service program
locations are in under-resourced communities
around the world. They plan volunteer projects with
local partners and return to the same places every
year in order to meet long-term commitments. The
bonds forged with local communities translate into
summer programs of depth and quality.
Teen volunteers accomplish impressive projects and
build cultural bridges that last long after the summer
ends. VISIONS students come to know the people
whose lives they impact.
Service sites include locations such as Alaska,
British Virgin Islands, Cambodia, Dominica, Ghana,
Mississippi, Montana, Guadeloupe, Dominica
Republic, Ecuador & Galapagos, Peru etc.
For service locations visit :
www.visionsserviceadventures.com
Rules and criteria governing this award
1.
2.
Applicant’s Name: ____________________________________________
The selection of award recipients will be based on the following criteria:
Address: ______________________________________________________
a) The student’s academic record, minimum GPA of 3.0. (School Transcript required)
______________________________________________________________
b) The student’s participation in school, and/or outside jobs, activities, community
service activities as outlined in the student’s career essay. The essay must outline
why the applicant wants to participate in a world community service program, what
other current community service projects they have worked on and how they plan
to continue to be a service to the world.(The essay must be typed and 300 word
minimum).
______________________________________________________________
c) The student must present three letters of recommendations: 1. High School
Counselor 2. High School Teacher 3. From a Community Leader, Employer,
Community Service Supervisor.
3.
The deadline to submit this application form is
April 1st , 2016
Students must be members of a minority group that is under-represented, i.e.
African-American, Hispanic, Native American, and Alaskan Native. Students must
be high school juniors or seniors during the 2015–2016 academic period and plan to
enroll in a four-year college or university.
Home /Cell phone: ________________________/_____________________
E-mail address: ________________________________________________
High school: ___________________________________________________
Expected completion date of high school requirements:
________ / _________
d) Applicant Interview with the scholarship committee
Cumulative GPA / Maximum possible GPA:
Individual awards for participants will cover program tuition, airline transportation
and a $500.00 stipend for travel and program expenses. Awards will be announced
by May, 2nd 2016. Program dates vary but all applicants must be available JuneAugust 2016.
________ / _________
Instructions for Submitting a Nomination
A complete application for the 2015-2016 Pediatric Care Center World Service Corp
Scholarship will contain a copy of each of the following items:
From the applicant:
a) A completed Application form (this form)
b) A typed Career Essay minimum 300 words outlining the following:
• The student’s participation in school, and/or outside jobs, activities,
community service activities.
• The essay must outline why the participant wants to participate in a world
community service program.
• What other current community service projects they have worked on and
• How they plan to continue to be of service to their community and the world
c) Official transcript of high school grades
d) Photo of applicant
e) The student must present three Letters of Recommendations:
• High School Counselor
• High School Teacher
• A Community Leader, Employer, Community Service Supervisor.
Name of College Admitted to (if known): ___________________________
______________________________________________________________
Check Minority Group:
African-American ( )
Hispanic ( )
Alaskan Native ( )
Check Gender:
Native American ( )
Other (describe): _______________________
Male ( )
Female ( )
Submission Instructions:
Completed applications must be postmarked on or before
April 1st, 2016.
Mail the completed application form (this form), career
essay and the supporting documents
(letters, transcript ,photo ,etc.) to:
Dr. Daria Babineaux,
World Scholarship Program
The Pediatric Care Center
214 Chaparral Blvd,
Rio Grande City, Texas, 78582
Call David Perez 956-263-1387 for any questions
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 10
Grulla Middle School 8th Graders Attend Special Texas A&M RGV Aggie Mom’s awarding scholarships
Presentation from Grulla High School Counseling Staff The Rio Grande Valley enrolled as a full time student in the fall 2016 semester.
Aggie Moms’ Club is accepting
scholarship applications for
students
attending
Texas
A&M
University
College
Station and at Galveston.
Any
“Valley”
(Cameron,
Hidalgo, Starr, or Willacy
county resident) Aggie currently
who has already attained 30
credit hours at TAMU and
maintained a 2.5 GPR is eligible
for this scholarship. Number
of scholarships awarded is
dependent on funds raised.
Also, an awarded recipient
must also be a full time student
Grulla Middle School 8th grade students had a special visit from the Grulla High School counseling
staff. Mr. Rick Solis and Mr. Joel Villarreal delivered a spectacular and inspiring speech to the future
9th graders. Both counselors also gave the prospective Gators some insights of the expectations and
challenges that they will face when they start their high school years and after. Grulla Middle School
Administration, staff, and students would like to thank both Mr. Joel Villarreal and Mr. Rick Solis for
making the time to come to GMS and talk with our students.
Scholarships are only awarded
once per recipient. Other criteria
apply and are noted on the
application form.
For more information, please
contact Norma Alonzo at (956)
802-3233 or [email protected]
com or contact Belen Valdez at
(956) 622-0936 or [email protected]
hcisd.org.
Anyone wanting to support
the Aggie Moms’ Club with
a sponsorship at their April
30th Gig ‘Em Scholarship
Golf Tournament to be held at
Los Lagos is Edinburg is also
welcome to contact Norma or
Belen.
RFP NOTICE
Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. is requesting proposals on the following:
RFP #16-31 E-Rate 19 (Funding Year 2016)
The school district is requesting sealed proposals for Basic Local
Telephone Services for E-Rate 19 Funding Year 2016 (Please
see the listing below.) Specifications and further information may
be obtained from the Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. Purchasing Office
at the address below or call (956) 716-6810. You may also obtain
specifications from our website at www.rgccisd.org and www.
sl.universalservice.org.
Sealed proposals must be received by the Rio Grande City C.I.S.D.
Purchasing Office, 1 South Fort Ringgold, Rio Grande City, Texas
78582 by 10:00 A.M. on Thursday April 14, 2016, and will be
opened and read aloud on April 14, 2016 at 10:15 A.M.
The equipment and services are as follows:
BASIC LOCAL TELEPHONE SERVICE (DistrictWide)
Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. reserves the right to refuse and reject
any or all proposals and to waive any or all formalities or
technicalities, or to accept the proposal considered the best and
most advantageous to the school district.
Mr. Joe D. Smedley
Purchasing Agent
RFP NOTICE
Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. is requesting proposals on the following:
RFP #16-32 E-Rate 19 (Funding Year 2016)
The school district is requesting sealed proposals for Internal
connections for E-Rate 19 Funding Year 2016 (Please see the
listing below.) Specifications and further information may be
obtained from the Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. Purchasing Office at
the address below or call (956) 716-6810. You may also obtain
specifications from our website at www.rgccisd.org and www.
sl.universalservice.org.
Sealed proposals must be received by the Rio Grande City C.I.S.D.
Purchasing Office, 1 South Fort Ringgold, Rio Grande City, Texas
78582 by 10:00 A.M. on Thursday April 14, 2016, and will be
opened and read aloud on April 14, 2016 at 10:15 A.M.
The equipment and services are as follows:
Internal Connections-14 Campuses
Rio Grande City C.I.S.D. reserves the right to refuse and reject
any or all proposals and to waive any or all formalities or
technicalities, or to accept the proposal considered the best and
most advantageous to the school district.
Mr. Joe D. Smedley
Purchasing Agent
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, PAGE 11
Ringgold
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Hosts Mariachi Juvenil de America and Mariachi Cascabel Perform at National Shrine
Employee vs. Student Basketball Game
On Wedensday, February 24, 2016, students and staff at Ringgold Middle School laced up their sneakers
in an effort to raise funds for the 8th grade end of the year trip to Washington, D.C. It was a friendly yet
competitive game that had the crowd excited. After a valiant effort, the students fell short of a victory, but
no one seemed to mind because it was just fun. Eighth grade teachers would like to thank everyone that
came out to play and support!
Mariachi Juvenil de America from Veterans Middle School and Mariachi Cascabel from Rio Grande
City High School were asked to entertain the crowd at the Basillica of Our Lady of San Juan del Valle,
National Shrine on Friday, February 19, 2016. Their performances were phenomenal and they represented
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17K MILES
2014 FORD F-150 FX4
STK#TD24843
2014 CHEVY CAMARO SS
STK#T324630
27K MILES
2014 FORD F-150
STK#ID24835
$22,995 $23,995 $23,995 $26,995 $28,995 $29,995
2013 FORD EXPEDITION
STK#TF63724
2014 BMW 4 SERIES
STK#T712166
2014 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE
STK#P182638
2013 CHEVY SILVERADO LT
STK#T204955
2013 FORD F-150 LARRIAT
STK#PE39281
2014 FORD F-250
STK#TB86262
$29,995 $30,495 $31,995 $32,175 $32,995 $48,995
5353 East U.S. Hwy 83, Rio Grande City, Texas
www.paynerioford.com
956-487-2582
www.payneriochysler.com Sale Hours: M-F 8:30AM-8PM • SAT 9AM-7PM
DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS
Wednesday - Tuesday (March 23-March 29)
Wed- Surtido, flautas or empanadas
Thurs- Tacos de bisteak or Pechuga a la reina
Fri- Milanesa or Chicken tostadas
Mon- Panchos or Enchiladas
Tues- Pechuga rellena or Sopes
Historical Starr County
Loan Officer - NMLS# 404804
cell 956.330.5543
[email protected]
lo.primelending.com/bmontalvo
213 South Closner Boulevard 2nd Floor
Edinburg, TX 78539
MARCH 23, 2016
SECTION II, PAGE 1
SPACE
AVAILABLE
CALL
956-487-6544
ATTENTION CATTLEMEN
Why are cattlemen selling
their cattle thru R.Y
Livestock Sales, Inc.?
WE WORK TO MARKET YOUR
CATTLE RATHER THAN JUST
SELL THEM.
Marketing Tools Include:
1. Advertising your cattle on the
internet, correspondence, phone
calls, etc.
2. We now offer cattle pregnancy
testing through Ultrasound at no
additional cost.
3. Customer Service and Proper Care
of YOUR cattle emphasized.
• Check out our website
www.rylivestock.com
to view our weekly market report, early
consignment and upcoming events.
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RGC: 4370 E. Hwy 83 Ste. B - 956-309-3549 Roma: 834 E. Grant St. Ste. C - 956-570-0701
Arroyo: 5065 Hwy. 83 ste. A - 956-570-0702 Escobares: 4522 East Hwy 83 Ste A. 956-429-5625
24/7 Service
LIVESTOCK SALE EVERY FRIDAY
ANY QUESTION OR
CONCERNS CALL:
R.Y.
Livestock Sales Inc.
12 Livestock Rd.
Rio Grande City, Texas
Sam Rodriguez, Jr.
LICENSED • BONDED • INSURED
OFFICE 956-487-5551
SAM 956-534-0284
MARKET PRICES FOR
MARCH 18, 2016
STEERS
AVER-HIGH
2.08 - 2.55
2.18 - 2.53
1.99 - 2.45
1.73 - 2.35
1.51 - 1.78
1.34 - 1.40
WEIGHT
HEIFERS
AVER-HIGH
200 - 300
301 - 400
401 - 500
501 - 600
601 - 700
701 - 800
MATURE CATTLE
COW-CALF PAIRS
STOCKER COWS
PACKER COWS
REPLACEMENT BULLS
PACKER BULLS
2.12 - 2.25
1.98 - 2.25
1.81 - 2.33
1.63 - 1.80
1.46 - 1.55
NO TEST
AVER - HIGH
$1,492.00 - $2,200.00
$1,126.00 - $1,425.00
0.84 - 0.94
NO TEST
0.92 - 0.98
TOTAL NUMBER OF CATTLE: 251
COMMENTS & NEWS
Market trend was steady to higher. Demand continues strong
in general. New and repeat buyers are to be commanded for the
present market prices along with the ranchers for producing
the type and quality of cattle that brings these prices.
We invite you to compare prices before you sell.
SPACE
AVAILABLE
CALL
956-487-6544
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, SECTION II, PAGE 2
HELP WANTED
APARTMENT FOR RENT Se Renta Apartamento
Local restaurant looking for:
wait staff, cook, and possible
restaurant manager.
OFFICE SPACES FOR
LEASE RETAIL PLAZA
2544 Central Palm Dr.
Rio Grande Texas.
inquire @ (956) 735-1190
Rocking A Subdivision
SPACE FOR RENT SE RENTA APARTAMENTOS APARTMENT FOR RENT
(
956-352-0550
1/2 acre lots, utilities available.
Also land for sale-6 miles N. FM
755/Left on La Carla Rd., RGC.
For More
Info Call:
956-735-9261
NOW HIRING
NURSE PRACTITIONER/
PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT
OB-GYN Part-time Clinic
in Rio Grande City
Negotiable hours Salary
based on experience Please
Fax CV for an interview
(956) 683-9910
EOE
INSIDE INNOVATION BEAUTY SALON
IN RIO GRANDE CITY
Good for Nails, Massages or
other business.
For more info. call 956-263-1818
In Rio Grande City
2 Bdrm, 2 Bathroom
city utilities included $620.
(956) 454-1043
2REC., 1 BAÑO
Calle Cruz Treviño
(barrio pacifico) Roma
849-2749 • 500-5566
V.F.W. HALL RENTALS HOUSE FOR RENT
5 HALLS AVAILABLE FOR ALL
TYPES OF PARTIES AND EVENTS
--FRIDAY THRU SUNDAY-“RUMMAGE SALE” SPACES FOR
RENT WITH TABLES INCLUDED
--SUNDAY THRU THURSDAY--
For info. call or text - Cell Phones:
358-3451 • 735-3295
Business Phones:
487-5050 • 487-2752
3 Bdrm, 1 Ba.,
1 Carport
Rio Grande City
$650 rent/$300 dep.
For more info. call
956-487-2192
call after 5:00 PM
2 recámaras, 1 baño, A/C,
refrigerador y estufa. RGC
735-6582 • 844-6898
2bedroom, 1bath
Escobares - $350mo.
(956) 844-5207
956-735-3120
If interested Contact Lee Camarillo or Mauro Garcia at Xcell
Orthopaedics at 956-686-2242
resumes may be submitted via fax at 956-686-3515.
Clinica de Terapia Fisica
Busca Marketer de tiempo completo
El en este puesto se desarollara relaciones en la comunidad y en
la area medica
Contactar a Lee Camarillo or Mauro Garcia en Xcell Orthopaedics al 956-686-2242. Puede mandar su curriculum por fax al
956-686-3515
PUBLIC NOTICE
Horario:
Lunes a Sábado
10:00 am a 7:00 pm
263-7047
(Cerca del STC, Hospital y
Ringgold Middle School)
Se Financea por el Dueño.
Para mas info. llamar al:
956-533-3192
TRAVEL TRAILER
FOR SALE
2011 SPRINTER 30FT
BUNK BEDS
$13,000 FOR MORE INFO CALL
956-735-6905 • 487-5751
NOW HIRING
C.N.A’s & LVN’S
For more information contact
Nereida Reyna, HRC or Melissa Siller
2530 Central Palm Drive
Rio Grande City, TX 78582
956-487-3996
“We are an equal opportunity employer.”
Earn $30-35,000 a year!!
House and Lot for
sale $55,000
1bdrm. efficiency
306 N. Lopez St.
RGC
For more info call
(956) 607-5905
• Drivers are in Demand
• Companies offer good equipment, pay, & benefits.
• Eagle Ford Shale, Oil and Gas Industry
VALLEY WIDE 3 LOCATIONS!!! MCALLEN, WESLACO, & RIO GRANDE
If you are 21 yrs. Or Older with a Valid TX Driver’s license and good driving
record, the Trucking Industry needs you! SECURE your future today!
CALL:
1-800-TRUCKING
STATEMENT OF EQUAL OPPORTUNITY – No person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to
discrimination under any program or activity sponsored or conducted by South Texas Community College on the basis of race, color, national
origin, religion, sex, age, veteran status, or disability.
SAN ROBERTO APTS.
Spacious carpeted 2 Bdrm, 2 Bath.
Walking distance from schools at
San Roberto Rd. $550/Mo.
with one year contract.
Fred : 956-454-1043
www.riograndecityapartments.com
February 5, 2016
To All Persons Interested In The Estate of Joaquin Chapa and Lazaro Vela
in Starr County of The Republic State Of Texas,
Comes Forth Filiberto Guerra III, de Aragon as one of the people of the United States ,a Grandson and
a General Administrator for the Sovereign lineal heirs: Dominga Pina Guerra, Adelita Guerra Jimenez,
Alicia Guerra Ramos, Antonia Guerra Gonzales, Estella Guerra Perez, Norma Guerra Trevino, Maria
Luisa Guerra Solis, Arnulfo Guerra ,Yolanda Guerra Hernandez,*Filiberto Guerra III,de Aragon,*Cynthia
Longoria Six, David Guerra, Daniel Guerra, Lisa Guerra Gonzalez, Deborah Guerra, Gricelda Guerra,
Leticia Guerra, Iselda Guerra, Guadalupe Guerra,*Ramiro Guerra, to Joaquin Chapa and Lazaro Vela
both being their Grandfathers hereby posting a public citation in Starr County, within the Republic State
of Texas, on the Fifth of February of the year Two Thousand Sixteen (2016), Intent is to claim the of
ownership in common minerals within and the unlawfully claimed Property of Land Patent #000728 by
heirship. The said tract of land contains an area of 5,738 acres or 32,370,000 square varas of Land and
minerals Situated in Starr County, Texas, being known and called Porcion 58 abstract 289 Land Patent
#000728 San Patricio, in the former jurisdiction of Mier Mexico, described land was originally granted by
donation to their Grandfather Joaquin Chapa by the Crown of Spain in the year 1767. Said donation was
duly confirmed to original grantee by an act to of the Legislature of the State of Texas and approved on
February 10,1852.
Lazaro Vela also their Grandfather was granted Land Patent #000729. of which the same claim is
made of said tract of Land and mineral estate that is situated in Starr County, Texas, being known and
called Porcion 57 abstract 354 Land Patent #000729 San Patricio Dist. in the former jurisdiction of Mier
Mexico. The described land consisting of 5,575 ACRES OF LAND AND MINERAL ( 31,450,000 varas/
squares ) Confirmation No. 62, Mgt.18254 was originally granted by donation to Lazaro Vela by the
Crown of Spain in the year 1767. Said donations were both duly confirmed to original grantees by an act
of the Legislature of the State of Texas approved February 10,1852, an act to relinquish the right of the
State of Texas to Dominium ownership to the grantees and his heirs and assigns forever.
Filiberto Guerra III, de Aragon on behalf of himself and the heirs listed therein hereby claim the Land
and Mineral Estate of the entire tracts by inheritance from their Grandfathers Joaquin Chapa Abstract 289
Porcion 58, Land Patent# 00728 and the Land and Mineral Estate of Lazaro Vela Abstract 354, Porcion
57 Land Patent #00729. Acknowledgment is of land patents for distribution of Land and Mineral interests
unto the Lineal Heirs. Claim made is not to infringe or deny a lawful pre-existing claim of any part of this
land that has been duly sold or Gifted with said proof of Chain of Title, Claim to the land patents shall be
acted upon and accepted through the Laws of Heirship, If by the expiration of this citation is not contested
by a lawful party. Citation and acknowledgment shall be filed in the Starr county court of records and be
fully enforced 60 days from the date of posting of this citation on the 5th day of April 2016.
All persons interested in said Land Patented estates are hereby cited to contact General
Administrator Filiberto Guerra III, de Aragon in writing to arrange a meeting time with you at a designated
time and date at a designated place of Administrators choosing or you may contact him by mail or filing
a written answer contesting such petition should they desire to do so, if you are a Lineal Heir that has
been declared an heir by the courts and would like to join in the preceding of the execution of Judgment.
Contact Gen.Adm.Filiberto Guerra III, to receive your packet contact 325-669-5949.
All interested persons are further advised that they have the right to employ an attorney and
that if they or their attorney fail to file a written answer with Filiberto Guerra III who has issued this citation
within the 60 days following the expiration of the posting of this citation, the claim shall remain valid with
binding effects upon the claiming of the land patents listed. contact: Filiberto Guerra III, PO.BOX 7455,
Abilene, TX.79608
Corona’s Plaza
1203 W. Main,
Ste. “B”, RGC
(956) 562-9817
Para mas información llamar
4 recamaras, 3 baños,
cocina, sala, A/C
1027 Alpine Ave.,
Rio Grande City
EN ROMA
3 recamaras, 1 1/2 baño,
estufa, refrigerador,
microonda, lavavajillas
lavadora y secadora y A/C
$750.00 por mes.
Para información llame
un Apartamento en Rio
Grande City. Una rec.,
1 baño, A/C, estufa y
refrigerador. Incluye el
agua y la basura.
Physical Therapy Clinic
Looking for full time Sales Marketer
Our marketer will develop long lasting relationships with the
community and other medical professionals in the area.
REPARACIÓN Y VENTA
DE ANILLOS, ESCLAVAS,
CADENAS, DIJES,
ARETES Y GRABADOS,
FABRICACIÓN DE
LETREROS, CADENAS T.
CHINA Y ESCLAVAS
SE RENTA CASA
SE RENTA
NOW HIRING
NAVARRETE’S JOYERIA SE VENDE CASA
HOUSE
FOR
SALE
REDUCED
TO SELL
$159,000
Large House on Cul De Sac
at Pete Diaz Subdivision
(behind Pizza Hut) in
R.G.C. Approximately 2500
square feet living area. 5
Bedrooms , 3 Baths, Dining
Room/Living Room, Den,
Remodeled Kitchen, Large
Washroom, Side Porch for
Vehicles, and Back Patio
for Recreation. House sits
on two lots and has huge
backyard, wooden fence.
Great neighbors. Serious
Inquiries please. Sorry, no
owner finance
For More info Call
956-735-1911
OFFICE SPACE
FOR RENT
• 2000 sq. ft. available
• Large community type parking lot
Located in Rio Grande City, Texas West 1927 US Hwy. 83/adjacent to Diva’s Beauty Salon
For more info. call Jorge Chapa
956-533-1319
2 HOME FOR SALE
4 bdrm., 2 bath • 3 bdrm., 2 bath
Hillside Subd., RGC. Owner Finance,
10% down payment. Bad Credit, No
Credit, No problem. For more information call:
956-821-5262
STARRC OUNTY TOWN CRIER,M ARCH23, 2016, SECTIONI I,P AGE 3
Great Strides for Cystic Fibrosis
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Lone Star Chapter is proud to
announce the 9th annual Great
Strides RGV 5K Run/1.2 Mile
Walk scheduled for Saturday April
9, 2016 at the UTRGV Wellness
and Recreational Sports Complex.
The Lone Star Chapter serves
The Rio Grande Valley and South
Texas. Everyone is encouraged
to attend with check-in starting
at 8 am and the race is at 9 am. A
donation of $15.00 is requested
of all participants 13 years old
and over. Those contributing
$25.00 or more qualify for an
event t-shirt. The fastest male and
female runners in 5 different age
categories from under 13 to
over 50 will receive recognition.
There will be sponsors offering
door prizes and giveaways. Online registration is encouraged at
2016GreatStridesRGV
Cystic Fibrosis (CF), a genetic
disease for which there is no
cure, affects the lungs, pancreas,
and digestive system. It is the
most common inherited condition
among Americans of northern
and western European ancestry,
affecting some 30,000 people.
One in thirty Americans is an
unknowing symptomless carrier
of the defective CF gene. A child
of two carrier parents has a 1-in-4
chance of inheriting CF. The gene
responsible for CF was identified
in 1989 and Texas began including
CF as part of its newborn screening
in 2010. The CF Foundation
receives no direct federal funding,
which is why fundraisers like this
annual RGV Great Strides walk
and fun run event are so important.
The Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
provides a lifeline to potential
therapies by funding promising
scientific research, medical and
education programs including a
nation-wide network of 115 CF
care centers. Today, thanks to
research and care supported by
the CF Foundation, many people
with CF are living into their 30,
40s, and beyond. The most recent
example of the CF Foundation’s
success is Orkambi, which is
an important treatment advance
for people with two copies of
the most common CF mutation.
Orkambi is the second drug to
treat the underlying cause of
CF. The first was Kalydeco.
Both were developed by Vertex
Pharmaceuticals with significant
clinical and financial support
from
the
CF
Foundation.
There are many ways in which
you or your company can help: by
forming a team and encouraging
fundraising, by giving a monetary
donation or corporate sponsorship,
by providing an in-kind donation,
gift cards, door prizes or by
volunteering before, during or after
the event. For more information,
call Ana Escobar at 956-254-7233.
NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION
Notice is given, pursuant to chapter 59 of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure
that the Starr County District Attorney’s Office will hold an auction in regard to the
following described motor vehicles which have been forfeited to the State of Texas
under the provisions of chapter 59 Texas Code of Criminal Procedure:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
1997 CHEVY SILVERADO PICK-UP WHITE IN COLOR, TX LPS: DBG-3615 VIN: 1GCEC19R0VE124428
1998 TOYOTA 4 RUNNER GRAY IN COLOR, TX LPS: FRL9035, VIN: JT3GM84R4W0035521
1999 OLDSMOBILE BRAVADO, BLACKIN COLOR, TX LPS: FNZ-6573, VIN: 1GHDT13W9X2722378
1999 FORD F-350, TWO TONE CHARCOAL GRAY OVER GRAY IN COLOR,VIN: 1FTNX21S2XEC51239
2001 CHEVROLET SILVERADO, GREY, IN COLOR, TX LPS:11GTW8 VIN:2GCEC19T611150586
2002 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER WHITE/ BROWN IN COLOR, VIN:3C4FY58B82T341612
2003 FORD F-150, BLUE IN COLOR, TX LPS: AA5-8542, VIN: 1FTRW08L73KD24365
2003 FORD EXPEDITION BLUE IN COLOR, TX LPS: GBW5311 VIN:1FMPU18L03LA57109
2004 FORD F-150, WHITE IN COLOR, TX LPS: GDL-4068, VIN: 1FTRX12WX4NC04209
2004 DODGE DURANGO, BLACK IN COLOR, TX LPS: FCJ-2355, VIN: 1D4HD38N14F106214
2006 FORD F250, WHITE IN COLOR, TX LPS: CZC-2312, VIN: 1FTNX20516EA69008
2006 FORD F-250 PICK-UP, WHITE IN COLOR, TX LPS:FGH-0570 VIN:1FTNF20576EB42370
2006 CHEVROLET 2500, WHITE IN COLOR, TX LPS: BWB-6294, VIN: 1GCHC24U06E125921
BLUE MILLER WELDER MACHINE, SERIAL NO. LJ260455H
*** REBUILT DAMAGED - SALVAGED TITLE***
Look us up on Facebook (229th Judicial
District Attorney) and Craigslist.
Date of Auction: APRIL 2, 2016
Time of Auction: 10:00AM
Registration: 8:30AM-10:00AM
Place of Auction: Starr County District Attorney’s Impound Lot
3054 West Highway 83, Los Villarreal’s,
Rio Grande City, Texas 78582
Vehicles are in Excellent to fair condition.
Vehicles are sold as is, NO Warranty NO Guarantee.
For further information please contact the
Starr County District Attorney’s Office at 956-716-4800 ext 8553
Starr County Courthouse, 401 N. Britton Ave., Rm 417,
Rio Grande City, Texas 78582
STARR COUNTY TOWN CRIER, MARCH 23, 2016, SECTION II, PAGE 4
NO SE ESPERE HASTA ABRIEL PARA HACER SU FORMA LARGA DE INCOME TAX.
TE OFRECEMOS ASEGUROS DE
AUTOS, MOTOCICLETA Y CASA
FREE ESTIMATES
Rosa Meza
Manager
OFICINA AL LADO DE LA CONCINA MOBILE 2 Muchas Gracias Por Su Preferencia
(956) 263-1676
5107 E. U.S. HWY 83 Rio Grande City, Tx 78582
1401 West Main St.
Rio Grande City, Tx. 78582
Tel. 956-716-6532
Horario:
Lunes a Jueves de 8am - 10pm
Viernes de 8am - 11pm
Sabado de 9am - 11pm
Contamos con un amplio menú y un especial de medio día
(Principio, plato fuerte y refresco de lata a $6.99)
DESAYUNOS
COMIDAS
TAMPIQUEÑA
CHILE RELLENO
MILANESA
CARNE GUISADA
TACOS MAÑANEROS MACHACADO A LA MEXICANA
ANTOJITOS MEXICANOS
HAMBURGUESA
TOSTADA TIPO SIBERIA
SOMBRERO POLLO O FAJITA
CABRITO
CABEZA
MACHITOS
HUEVOS RANCHEROS HUEVOS DIVORCIADOS
HUEVOS EN SALSA DE
CHICHARRÓN
HUEVOS EN SALSA DE
CHORIZO
TACOS ROJOS
FLAUTAS
PIERNA
RIÑONADA
ENCHILADAS
TOSTADAS
PALETA
PECHO
ABIERTO LOS DOMINGOS
SPACE
AVAILABLE
CALL 487-6544