Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1973 Page: 2 of 20
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UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE
To The Editor
Dear Mr. Trejo,
I, for one, resent the insinuations, allegations, and accusations
you have made against Mr. Roque Guerra, We, the constituents of
his precinct, voted for him because he was, and is, the most capa-
ble and honest man for the job. I consider it a privilege to know
him personally. During the years that I was in the band, I noticed
that Mr. Guerra always had time to help his students with whatever
problems we had. There was a tremendous student-teacher rela-
tionship. Now that I know him on an adult basis, I respect ami ad-
mire him even more. I know it's a long way from replacing broken
reeds and missing screws on an instrument to his present position
in a political office, but I trust him wholeheartedly to get the job
I don't completely understand why you have chosen to start a per-
sonal vendetta against Mr. Guerra. Heaven knows there are many
politicians in Starr County who are crooked and are taking advan-
tage of the taxpayers' money. Why don't you speak out against these
others? Mr. Guerra has worked long and hard for this community
for many years. He, more than anyone, deserves whatever revenue
is coming to him now.
It's a shame that some are jealous about the naming of West
Grammar after Mr. Guerra. You probably would have nothing but
praise if it had been named, say Pete Diaz Elementary. All things
considered, it is my opinion that Mr. Guerra is well-qualified and
I support his endeavors thoroughly.
Maria Imelda Rodriguez
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EDITOR'S NOTE—Blessed are those who look at the world through
rose-colored glass .... I admire your loyalty to Mr. Guerra. Not
only was he a competent band director but he was and is an exam-
plary man in his personal life throughout all the years he has been
here; and that exactly is the reason we expect more from him than
we do from the run-of-the-mill politician the captive voters have
been electing to office in the past few decades. The crooked politi-
cians you mention will be dealt with shortly. And as far as Mr.
Guerra is concerned, we still expect good things from him. I ser-
iously doubt that you could call one editorial with its only objective
to correct what we see wrong a vendetta .... but as we said be-
fore blessed are those who look at the world through a rose-colored
glass . ... for they shall see nothing but pretty things and beauti-
ful pecple .... Raul Trejo.
A TODOS LOS VOTANTES DEL PRECINTO NO. 3:
Como ya bien saben acabo de tomar el puesto de Comisionado del
Precinto No. 3 del Condado de Starr.
Estoy agradecido por el honor y la confianza que se me ha confer-
Tengo fe, esperanza y voluntad para trabajar por el mejoramien-
to de mi precinto en todos los aspectos, pero esto no lo podre lo-
grar sin la ayuda de todos Uds.
Necesitoparaelfuturobienestarde mi precinto, la ayuda de todos,
tanto de Uds. los que votaronpor mi, como de todos los que votaron
en mi contra, pues reconozco que todos tienen el derecho de opin-
ion propia y siempre he creido que la oposicion politica es tan ben-
efica para los pueblos como la competencia comercial.
Procurare siempre que a todo mundo se le deigual trato pues ya
pasando la agitacion politica, debemos de unirnos para poder tra-
bajar por el progreso de nuestro precinto, pues la union hace la
De corazon invito al pueblo del precinto que si alguna vez cometo
errores con confianza se me senalen para asi poderlos correjir.
Quiero y necesito la amistad y la ayuda de todos Uds. para poder
hacer algo de beneficio para nuestro precinto. Sin Mas,
Comisionado del Precinto No. 3
When whales are washed ashore thoy are helpless. Without
the support of water they cannot move, and their lungs
may be crushed by the weight of the body.
The whaler's expression "thar she blows" refers to a
whale's discharge of warm breath, which condenses in the
cold air into a visible vapor, when a whale surfaces.
Boy Scout Troop 93 of Rio Grande City will have their first camp
out of the new year on Friday night, January 10. Members of Itoop
93 are to meet at 5 p.m. at the home of their Scoutmaster, Rev.
Gebhart and each boy is responsible for their own bedding, cooking
and eating equipment and food for supper and breakfast. A rooking
demonstration is planned for Friday evening. Troop 93is also hap-
py to announce that Mr. Abraham Gonzalez is the new Assistant
Scoutmaster in charge of the Leadership Corps and all Boy Scouts
who are fourteen and fifteen and are a First Class Scout are urged
io join the Boy Scouts Leadership Corps. To join either scouts or
the Leadership Corps boys ages eleven to eighteen .should attend the
scout meeting held at 9:30 a.m. this Saturday in the Scout Hut on
North Flores. Troop 93 is sponsored by the Rio Grande City Lions
Starr County Probation Offi-
cer Eliseo Mirelez was in-
volved in an accidental shoot-
ing at his home last Wednes-
Miralez said that he and his
wife were watching television
in the living room and at the
same time he was cleaning a
small caliber rifle when it went
off hitting Mrs. Mirelez in the
upper right shoulder.
Mrs. Mirelez was rushed to
McAllen General Hospital and
is due to be dismissed today
THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1973 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2
lacks quorum he
Starr County Judge Mario
Ramirez adjourned the meet-
ing that was to be held Fri-
day morning to discuss redis-
and various other items.
"I was told by the county
c'erk that Commissioners Ro-
que Guerra, Reynaldo Alaniz
and Amando Pena were out of
town attending a meeting in San
Antonio," Ramirez said.
"I have no knowledge of any
such meeting so I must adjourn
for lack of quorum," he added.
Commissioner Hector Lozano
was present for the meeting.
Bentsen says funds
approved for centers
"It is better to have loafed
and lost than never to have
loafed at all."(James Thurber
Senator Lloyd Bentsen an-
nounced to the Rio Grande Her-
ald that funds have been ap-
proved in the amount of $150,-
000.00 for social service center
ter to be build in Rio Grande
The funds would provide a
building for social services in
Rio Grande City at San Juan
Plaza and two other centers in
Roma and Grulla.
The centers would resemble
the Rio Grande City Multi-
purpose Center with the only
difference being that the new
ones would be in a smaller
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Trejo, Raul. Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 18, 1973, newspaper, January 18, 1973; Rio Grande City, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth194389/m1/2/: accessed October 16, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rio Grande City Public Library.