Duval County Picture (San Diego, Tex.), Vol. 12, No. 50, Ed. 1 Wednesday, December 10, 1997 Page: 3 of 27
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Wednesday, December 10,1997
Bubal Count? Picture
es place second in Hebbronville,
ones filing thus far
Incturibenu have begun filing cinct Two; Benito GarzaJ>recinct
for reelection in the Match 1998 Three; and Jose “Benito” Canales,
Freer boys win consolation trophy
Democratic primary, said Duval Precinct Four.
CoumyDemraatic Chairman Ali-
The Benavides Eagles took sec- loss to Zapata and was eliminated
ond place in the Hebbronville Boys by Freer.Oscar Lopez and Oscar
Basketball Tournament held over Saenz led San Diego scorers with
the weekend . Freer took the conso- combined points for both games
* of 32 and 31, respectively.
The Freer girls, meanwhile took The San Diego Lady Vaque-
thint place in the girls tournament, ros were also eliminated after los-
Benavides opened with a win ing to Prcmont, 37-33, and Heb-
over Falfurrias and defeated Pre- bronville, 38-34. Cynthia Salaiz
moot in the second round. The scored 18 against Hebbronville
Eagles lost in the championship and Leslie Davis was top scorer
game to St Augustine of Laredo, against Premont with 11.
The Freer boys opened with a (Editor’s Note: Efforts to contact
loss to St Augustine and then de- Hebbronville High School for this
feated San Diego, 54-48 to ad- story were unsuccessful. The in-
vance to the consolation finals formation for this story was re-
where they defeated host Hebbron- ceived from local high schools,
ville. - not all of which responded to our
San Diego opened with a66-60 inquiries.)
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In districT wide races, Ignacio
cia Garza Saenz of Freer. Salinas of San Diego is the only
Thus far County Judge E. B. one thus far who has formally filed
Garcia Jr., County Clerk Oscar for State Representative in Dis-
Garcia, County Treasurer Daniel trict 44. Incumbent District Judge
Lopez, County Commissioner Pre- Ricardo H. Garcia had not filed as
cinct Two Rene M. Perez and Jus- of Monday, nor had anyone else
tice of the Fence Precinct One filed for his seat, according to a
Lilia Salinas have filed for reelec- spokesman with the state Demo-
tltifci' ' cratic Party.
Other local offices up for grabs Prospective local candidates
include District Clerk, Commis- have until 6 p.m. on January 2,
sloner for Precinct Two and all 1998 to file, Saenz said. Indi vidu-
justices of the peace. While in- als can file at the Chairman’s home
cumbents have not filed they are at 311 Third Street in Freer, be-
expected to do so. tween the hours 9 a.m.-of 5 p.m. on
The incumbent District Clerk Monday through Friday,
is Richard Barton. The Precinct Persons coming from out of
Four Commissioner incumbent is town or wishing to file on the
Gilberto Uribe. Incumbent JP's weekend should call Saenz at 394-
inchide Mary Davis Valadez, Pre- 7505.
Benavides Junior High boys
take second at Freer tourney
Visiting judge sentences
SD man to five years
The Benavides junior high
eighth grade boys took second
place in the Freer Junior High Tour-
nament this weekend. Carlos Ca-
macho and Albert Aguilar were
The Benavides eighth grade
girls took third place and Cleotilde
Canales made all-tournament.
The San Diego girls Junior
Varsity and Freshman teams par-
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clamor surrounds differences be-
tween Guerra and board members
Carlos Garcia and AngelilaFoiter.
Cantu who Has hpm in fiiu»rrsrc
ticipated in the Alice Lady Coy-
otes Tourney. The JV lost their
opening game to Benavides, 44-
37. Dawn Ramirez and Amanda
Perez scored in double figures
with 11 and 10 points, respec-
The girls lost their second game
to Robstown, 42-20.
The Freshman girls lost to
Mathis, 36-17, and Sinton , 51-9.
San Diego’s Oscar Saenz goes up for score in game «g»lnd
in the Hebbronville Tournament Zapata won the game, 66-60.
comer on the five member board,
is scheduled (on the agenda) to
resign after the board conducts an
evaluation of the manager consid-
ers renewing his contract. elude a discussion on water and
The board’Sh^eMiMHaf Guerra siwef rate increases; aneraplbyee
being evaluated after his jMJhewal. \ company, policy; 4m*end-t»f die
Other items on the agenda in- ■ year incentive for employees.
Visiting State District Judge
Walter Dunham Jr. from Corpus
Christi revoked probation on San
Diego resident Alejandro G. Lo-
era and sentenced him to five years
n the Texas Department of Crimi-
Loera, 34, had been on proba-
tion on an earlier conviction of
indecency with a child.
Loera admitted on the stand
that he abused alcohol and co-
caine and was trying to get help.
He said his family would be better
off if he were allowed to continue
counseling outside the prison sys-
In another case, Judge Dunham
removed four children from their
mother’s care after the Freer
woman allegedly attempted sui-
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Loera violated hisparok when
1 he assaulted Alice police officer
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