The Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1987 Page: 5 of 10
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Earl Campbell, former Heisman Trophy winner for the
University of Texas, addressed a banquet of UT exes and
academically outstanding students at Roma Thursday
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County is one of the best areas in
the United States for rock-hunting
and bird watching. But Ramirez
lamented, "Birds and rocks do not
do that much for our economy."
Ramirez contended, "Probably
the most beautiful resource we
have here is our children. I am
proud of the superlative academ-
ics. There's tremendous potential
among our youth. Even amidst the
external poverty, dignity
Shirley Bender, the Director of
Admissions at UT, said that for
high school freshmen, "there are
so many things you need to start
thinking about. The whole transi-
tional process is an educational
Bender emphasized that educa-
tion has become a lifelong process,
and urged students to enjoy it. She
said that the majority of people
will be involved in at least a few
Mike Novae, the Director of
Financial Aid at UT, said, "If
you're good students, you're likely
to win scholarships." lie noted that
financial aid is based on factors
such as merit, initiative and need.
Novae suggested, "Put together
resources to help you meet the
educational costs. The ball is in
your court; you need to see your
counselor and financial aid officer
about what you need to do, when
you need to do it, and be sure you
do it right."
Joe Chorley, a senior student at
UT, said that the Austin campus
"is not as large as people think:
it's as large as you make it...If
possible, it's possible to stay on
campus your first ye^r.
Among other honored guests at
the gathering were Ron Brown,
Vice-President for Student Affairs
at UT; Mrs. Shirley Bird Perry,
Vice-President for Development
and University Relations at UT;
and Roy Vaughn, Executive Direc-
tor of the UT Ex-Students Associa-
Members of the steering com-
mittee for the event were: Dr. and
Mrs. Mario Ramirez, Ms. Maria
Olivia Garza, Mr. and Mrs.
Silvestre Gonzalez, David Guer-
rero, Miss Olga Hinojosa, Dr. and
Mrs. Ramiro Narro, Mr. and Mrs.
Lino Perez, Mr. and Mrs. Bill
Pope, Mr. and Mrs. Cesar Salinas,
and Francisco Zarate.
sponsors for the event were
Citizens' State Bank of Roma, First
National Bank of Rio Grande City,
and Valley Federal Savings and
At the beginning of the banquet,
Robert Murphy led the group in
singing "The Star Spangled
Banne " and "The Eyes of Texas",
accompanied 1 his wife on the
piano. Murphy concluded the ban-
quet by singing "America The
Local law enforcement officers
arrested a total of 38 persoas for
various alleged violations in the
week that ended Sunday at mid-
The Sheriff's Department ar
rested the following 21 individuals:
Monday, Nov. 16- Elias Arredondo,
motion to revoke bond; Juan Jose
Gonzalez, public intoxication;
Eduardo Javier Garza, PI; Javier
Garcia, reckless conduct- war-
rants; Lauro Lerma, P.I.
Tuesday, Nov. 17- Trinidad
Dominguez, Jr., failure to drive in
single lane, improper start from
part position; Zeferino Benitez
Hernandez, criminal conspiracy,
evading arrest, possession of
Wednesday, Nov. 18- Alberto
Luera, PI.; Mark Anthony How
ard, aggravated assault, resisting
Thursday- Ismael Alonzo Mar-
roquin, possession of prohibited
weapon, P.I., no driver's license;
Pablo H. Rosas, assault; Augustin
Lopez III, possession of marijuana,
P.I.; Victorano Vasquez, Jr., P.I.,
possession of stolen items, un-
lawfully carrying weapcr.,
possession of marijuana.
Saturday- Ignacio Guerrero Vil-
larreal, P.I.; Arturo Sclis, P.I.;
Adan Canales, Jr., P.I., running
stop light, warrants; Rigoberto
Sandoval, P.I.; loseph Walter
Seale, Jr., P.I.
Sunday- Dav d Ramos, P.I.,
Eliazar S. Gonzalez, P.I.; Israel
Pena Garza, P.I.
On Monday, Nov. 16, the Texas
Parks and Wildlife Department
arrested Roberto Rivas on a
charge of fleeing from a police
officer, and criminal trespassing.
LOcal DPS troopers arrested the
following 12 individuals. Thursday-
Pedro Ramirez, warrants; Friday-
Juan Andres Garza, DWI; Salvador
Gonzalez Pena, P.I.
Saturday- Ruben Rivera Solis,
P.I.; Gilberto Ybarra, DWI, no
insurance, no driver's license;
Eligardo Rivera, P.I.; Juan Jesus
Alanis Zambrano, DWI, no driver's
Sunday- Jose Manuel Villarreal,
P I.; Dagoberto Flores. Jr., DWI;
Sergio Barrera, DWI; Servando
Martinez, DWI; Monday, Nov. 23-
Antonio Ponce, DWI, driving with
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Lopez Lopez, possession of mari-
juana (100 pounds); Jose Alberto
Islas, possession of marijuana MOO
pounds); Luis Trevino De La Cruz,
non aggravated possession of co-
caine (1 ounce)
Officers of the DPS Narcotics
Division arrested the following four
individuals, all on Thursday: Angel
Adame Guerrero, possession of
marijuana (100 pounds); Rarnon
The Sheriff's Department has
informed The Rio Grande Herald
that an error made by the
department in writing up the
weekly Sheriff's Report for the
Nov. 19 issue of The Herald needs
to be corrected.
In the weekly's Sheriff's Report
for Nov. 9-15 that was provided by
the Sheriff's Department to The
Rio Grande Herald, Hector Gomez,
Jr., was erroneously listed in the
report as having been charged with
indecency with a child
In fact, the Sheriff's Department
informed The Herald late last week
that Gomez was arrested on Nov
11 for public intoxication.
The Department spokesman said
that Fernando Torres, 47, a resi-
dent alien from Mexico was the
person arrested on Thursday, Nov
12 for allegedly committing the
offense of indecency with a child.
Torres had not been listed in the
report for the Nov. 19 issue.
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from your grandparents
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belongings. To our many friends and relatives, my
family and I sincerely thank you for your prayers,
thought fulness and generosity.
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Roberts, Kenneth. The Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), No. 3, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 26, 1987, newspaper, November 26, 1987; Edinburg, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth195108/m1/5/: accessed September 25, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rio Grande City Public Library.