The Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1988 Page: 2 of 10
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The following babies were bom
recently at Starr County Memorial
Mr. and Mrs Victor H
Rodriguez of Roma are the parents
of a daughter, Karina, born April 4
and weighing 7 pounds, 13 ounces.
Mr and Mrs Heriberto Pena,
Jr., of Roma are the parents of
twin sons, Herick and Herbert,
born April 6 and weighing 6
pounds, 14 ounces and 6 pounds, 3
Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Melendez,
Jr., of Rio Grande City are the
parents of a son, Ricardo, born
April 10 and weighing 7 pounds, 7
RIO GRANDE HERALD RIO GRANDE QTY, TEXAS
THURSDAY, APRIL 14,198# PAGE 2
STARR CAB COMPANY
Daily Service 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
WEEKENDS - 24 Hrs. Service
Out of Town
Aissa Lyana Garza of Rio Grande City was recently
named Miss KGBT. She is the 21-year-old daughter of
Francisco and Lydia Garza. She is a third-year student at
Pan American University, and is majoring in Sociology.
The Border Barn Restaurant
Friday, April 15 at 11 a.m.
Prior to Grand Opening on
Fri. April 29th
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Rio Grande City
The Rio Grande City Lions Club
will be holding their scholarship
golf tournament this Sunday at the
Fort Ringgold Golf Course in Rio
The tournament will be played
with four-man teams, with the first
nine holes to be played under a
Florida Scramble format. The
second nine holes will be played
under a two low ball-selection drive
The entry fee of $20 includes
green fees. Carts will be available
on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Mulligans will be available at $1
each, up to two per player.
Trophies will be awarded for the
first three Hfams.
On each hole, a prize will be
awarded for coming closest to the
pin. Prizes will also be awarded for
the longest drive on hole number
four, and the longest drive on hole
Also, supper will be served,
courtesy of the Rio Grande City
Comptroller Aide To
Visit RGC April 22
Anyone with questions about
their state taxes or needing any
kind of assistance should be on
hand at the County Courthouse on
Friday, April 22 from 9 a m to
Comptroller Bob Bullock will
have a representative in Rio
Grande City on that date to meet
with local taxpayers at the County
The representative for the state
will be Lavinia Montalvo.
Richard L. DeLeon of Alice and Esther Perez of Rio
Grande City will exchange wedding vows on Saturday,
April 23 at Our Lady of Guadalupe Church in Alice.
T o Marry
Richard L,. DeLeon of Alice and
Esther Perez of Rio Grande City
will exchange marriage vows on
Saturday, April 23 at Our Lady of
Guadalupe Church in Alice.
The bride-elect is the daughter of
Mrs. Viola L. Perez and the late
Elogio Perez of Rio Grande City.
She is a graduate of Rio Grande
City High School. She holds a BBA
degree in accounting from Texas
A&I University. She is currently
employed with the Jim Wells
County Appraisal District in Alice.
The bridegroom-elect is the son
of Mr and Mrs. Luis DeLeon, Sr.,
of Alice. He is a graduate of Alice
High School He attended Del Mar
Academy in Corpus Christi and
Texas A&I University in Kingsville.
He is currently a sergeant with the
Alice Police Department.
The couple plans to reside in
Appraisal Board Hears
About Supplemental Roll
The Starr County Appraisal
Board heard a report on the status
of the supplemental appraisal roll,
"inducted as a supplement to the
countywide reappraisal, at their
regular monthly meeting Thursday
Acting Chief Appraiser Jaime
Trevino noted, "We had a meeting
on March 30 of the Board of
Review." He added, "There were
very few adjustments made Most
of the adjustments made were
Trevino stressed that "this was
beside the increase of $2 million to
$3 million from the old value to the
new value. The county had an
increase of $2 to $3 million in their
Trevino said that "only one
pending protest is stopping us from
certifying everything "
Trevino noted that "the highest
adjustment was $218,000; the
average adjustment was $136,000."
Trevino noted that figures in-
By REYNALDO HINOJOSA
This is our second report to
members of our organization,
founded in September 1987 by Mrs
First of all, we want to give
special thanks to Mrs. Erma Doria,
for ail her hard work and efforts to
work with her community for their
own benefits Because of her hard
efforts, Las Lomas Community has
recently acquired one acre to be
donated to Las Lomas Community,
at no cost to its members, for
future projects for the benefit of
We also want to give special
thanks to Mr. George Brooks,
president of the Rio Grande
Missionary Outreach (R.G.M.O.)
for their donation of this acre. And
we also thank Mr. Eloy Garza,
County Commissioner of Precinct
Three, for helping our organization
by sending the machinery to clear
We expect to start construction
as soon as possible of a sub-Post
Office base for the benefit of our
We have plans for more commu-
nity projects in the future.
dicated that values on the RGC-
CISD supplemental roll were ad-
justed upward by $37,080 and
downward by $218,750 for a net
downward adjustment of over
Adjustments made in the coun-
ty's supplemental roll and okayed^)!
by the Board of Review showed the
following downward adjustments:
County- minus $142,350 tc
$39,432,564; Interest and Sinking-
minus $136,350 to $40,460,794; Farm
to Market and Flood Control-
minus $136,350 to $36,014,414;
Hospital- minus $136,350 to
Trevino again stressed that these
adjustments came after the reap-
praisal had determined that values^]
would increase from what they
were in the past.
There will be a Citrus Budding
Workshop this Thursday, April 14,
1988 from 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the
Starr County Fairgrounds.
Dr Julian Sauls, Extension
Horticulturists will provide a step
by step training on budding.
Individuals present will have the
opportunity to do budding on citrus
wood stocks available These citrus
trees may be taken home after
budding for a $2.00 cost This would
be a great opportunity to learn how
to budding on plants V
For registration call Enrique
Perez at 487-2306 County Extension
Office before Wednesday.
Postal Increase To
Cost State $8 Million
AUSTIN -State Comptroller Bob
Bullock said Friday that this
week's hike in postal rates will cost
the state an additional $8 6 million
during the current budget
"When the cost of stamps goes
up, housekeeping costs to the state
go up just like they do for everyone
else," Bullock said.
He said that more than $2.7
million in additional postage will be
needed to cover state postage cost
through the end of the fiscal year
in August and about $5.9 million
will be needed for additonal costs
next fiscal year
The new postal rates will in-
crease the state's first-class costs
by 13.6 percent, first class pre sort
costs by 16.7 percent and third
class costs by about 24 percent
The overall cost to the state
should average about 17 Dercent
during the next 17 months
"The cost of doing business for
the state has just gone up and there
won't be any relief from these
postage increases," Bullock said.
He said that during fiscal 1987
the state spent about $35 million on
The state's eleven largest agen-
cies account for about 65 percent of
the postage costs or about $23
million a year
In 1906, Peru registered the strongest
manufacturing boom in all of Latin
America with a 17.8 percent rise, says
the Inter-American Development
Bank. The increase was fueled entire-
ly by a strong expansion of domestic
demand and intensified import-
substitution. Exports of manufactures
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Roberts, Kenneth. The Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), No. 23, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 14, 1988, newspaper, April 14, 1988; Edinburg, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth195128/m1/2/: accessed March 24, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rio Grande City Public Library.