Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1993 Page: 4 of 10
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KIO GRANDE HERALD-Thursday, September 16, 1993, Page 4
Frank G. Doyno, Sr.
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Frank "Pachc" George Doyno,
Sr., 66, died Sept. 1, 1993 at Starr
County Memorial Hospital.
Born in Rio Grande City and
raised in historical Fort Ringgold,
Doyno attended the Immaculate
Conception School, and at which
time he served as an altar boy to the
local parish -priests both in the
parish and in the surrounding areas.
In 1949, he graduated from Rio
Grande City High School where he
was an active member of the Future
Farmers of America and the Rio
Grande City High School Band.
Upon graduation, he began
working for the United Stales
Department of Agriculture as a
Livestock Inspector for the
Foot-and-Moutl. Disease Program
in Mexico. After 32 years of service
in the U.S. Department of
Agriculture in both the United
States and in Mexico, he retired.
Doyno, a Starr County rancher,
was a United States Army veteran;
a member of the Woodmen of the
World; a member of the American
Association of Retired Persons; and
a parishioner of the Immaculate
He was preceded in death by his
parents, Frank Doyno (May 25,
1954); Sinforiana G. Doyno (May
13, 1993); and a brother, Paul
Michael Doyno, Sr., (Aug. 18,
Frank G. Doyno Sr.
Survivors include his wife, Lydia
C. Doyno of Rio Grande City; a
daughter, Gladys Marie Doyno
Llewellyn of McAllen; a son,
Frank George Doyno, Jr., of
Hollywood, California; two sisters,
Pauline S. Doyno and Mary
Elizabeth Doyno, both of Rio
Grande City; and a grandson, Ian
Funeral services were Friday,
Sept. 3 at St. Paul's Catholic
Church in La Puerta. Burial was at
Rio Grande City Cemetery.
Sanchez Funeral Home in Rio
Grande City was in charge of
The most completely lost of all clays is the one on which we have
He is married to the former
Cecilia Zarate, who is a registered
nurse prac doner at Family Health
Clinic and they have five children:
Ricarrio, a first-year medical student
at the University of Texas Medical
Branch, Galveston, Texas;
Veronica, a second-year student at
San Antonio Community College;
Maricela, who is employed by
South Texas Community Action
Council; Clarissa, a senior at Rio
Grande City High School; Carlos
Gutierrez, a student at Immaculate
Conception School; and their
granddaughter, Alexandra Nicole
Ramirez, a pre-kindergarten student.
Individuals interested in
supporting Ricardo Gutierrez for
mayor should call 487-2536 or
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"I believe we have a nice
community with very friendly
people in it, anxious to see our city
stand out proudly for the benefit of
us all and the generations that will
follow after us. I feel confident that
with the support and help of every
citizen in this community, the
winners of the coming election will
make this our dream come true.
"Good luck to us all and from
me, I sincerely appreciate
beforehand your vote for my
candidacy as mayor of Rio Grande
City. If I win, I sincerely hope that
I will make all of you proud that
you supported me and make you
feel that I did not let anybody down.
CARD OF THANKS
The family of Antonio Myrell who
died August 24th, 1993, wishes to
extend their most sincere thanks and
appreciations to our many friends,
relatives and neighbors for their
kindness and sympathy shown
during the death of our beloved
brother. We thank those who sent
cards, flowers and the calls that in
some way helped lessen our sorrow.
We also thank the V.F.W. Post #8526
and Sanchez Funeral Home.
Mr. & Mrs. Guadalupe Myrell
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CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our thanks and
appreciations to all our relatives, friends,
neighbors, RGCCISD, Roma ISD, local
businesses, club organizations and
Sanchez Funeral Home for their flowers,
prayers, food, masses, services and all
other kindnesses shown during the
illness and death of my wife, and our
mother, Anna Maria S. Garza.
Mr. & Mrs. Roberto (Anna Luisa) Alaniz Jr. & daughter,
Roel Rolando Garza, Ix>rena Leticia Garza
FRANK GEORGE DOYNO, SR.
July 23, 1927-September 1,1993
On that September morn, he left so suddenly and so
unexpectedly that we, his family and friends, had no time to
say good-bye. All that is left are beautiful memories of his
smile and loving ways that will linger on in the minds of his
family and friends. Although our loss is great we know he is
in the presence of the I^ord. We, the family of Frank George
Doyno, Sr., wish to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude
to all who shared our sorrow and offered comfort and
consolation in thoughts, words or deeds. A special thanks to
Rev. Eduardo Villa of St. Paul's Catholic Church, Dr.
Ramiro Alonzo, Ms. Thalia Munoz, Starr County Memorial
Hospital, 911 Emergency Staff, Starr County Sheriffs
Department, Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8529, Woodmen
of the World, Magnolia Grove #6167, Ms. Grade Naranjo and
Sanchez Funeral Home for their assistance.
May God Bless You All,
THE DOYNO FAMILY
SORORITY HONORS MONIQUE PALACIO—Texas Preceptor Iota Chi of Beta
Sigma Phi honored Monique Palacio with a dinner at Kl Patio prior to her August 14
wedding to Demetrio T. Ba/.an. Monique, at left, is pictured with her mother and
sister. Mrs. Palacio is a member of long standing of Texas Preceptor Iota Chi. The
honoree was presented with gifts and treated to a dinner for herself and her guests.
Texas Preceptor Iota Chi
begins 1993-94 club year
Texas Preceptor iota Chi of Beta
Sigma Phi started their 1993-94
club year with a Beginning Day so-
cial at the home of Socorro Canalcs
Josie Gucrra distributed the year-
books and led a discussion of pro
grams for the year, centering on die
theme of "Treasure Special
President Tissa Peterson an-
nounced the committees lor the
year, and chairmen reported on vari -
ous activities over the summer, in-
cluding scholarships presented, the
social in McAllen honoring 1993
sweetheart Josie Gucrra, the dinner
honoring member Monie Palacio's
daughter, and the Yardstock rating
of Three Star Chapter for 1992-93
received from the International
Special moments to be treasured
were recounted by member Rosie
Garcia, who travelled to Colorado
to World Youth Day to see Pope
John Paul II.
The first regular meeting of
TPIC was held on September 6,
with Irma Porta serving as hostess
and Diana Peterson serving as pro-
Following the business meet-
ing, the program chairman led a
round table discussion based on the
topic, "How 1 Met My Spouse and
My Wedding Day." Members
brought and shared their wedding
books and photographs, as well as
telling interesting highlights of
iheir engagements and weddings.
Places where members met their
future spouses included elementary
school, at football games, at
dances, on double and triple dates,
and at work.
First dates included quinceaneras,
movies such as "101 Dalmatians,"
dances, and the H&H Drive-In.
One member had known her
husband since second grade
Another was only allowed to court
by correspondence. One received a
call from an eighth grade interest
after he finished college. A mem-
ber who was teaching school had
her courtship followed by interested
students. The longest engagement
of the group was three years long,
and he sent his brother to ask for
The quote lor the program was
'Today, whatever may annoy, the
word lor me is Joy, just simple
Joy." author unknown.
SER Jobs for Progress
SER-Jobs for Progress of
Southwest Texas has awarded over
$27,000 in College Financial
Assistance to 23 eligible members
of migrant and seasonal
farmworkers families. The award
amounts ranged from a minimum of
4200.00 to a maximum of
$2000.00 depending on the
student's unmet financial need and
Those receiving an award in Stair
County include Maria L. Barricntos,
Rebecca Murillo, Oneyda G.
Rivera, Luzgarda Falcon, Raul
Gutierrez, Jose Antonio Flores Jr.,
Baldemar Gar/a, Raul Gerardo
Gucrra, Maria Sandra Hernandez,
and Maria del Jesus Ortiz. Other
recipients of the awards'wcrc from
Maverick and Webb Counties.
All recipients had to be enrolled
full-time in college or vocational
training and not have completed
more than 60 college hours. In
addition, they must have completed
an application for federal financial
Some of the universities and
colleges the recipients are attending
include Laredo Junior College, St.
Edward's University, Southwest
Texas State University, UT-Pan
American University, Texas A&M
University, Tabor College (in
Kansas), and Southwest Texas
Funds for these awards were made
available through a grant received
from the U.S. Department of Health
and Human Services as part of
SER's Educational Development
Other Services provided under
EDP include Pre-GED classes; Job
Readiness Workshops; and
assistance with placement in
employment, vocational training or
Through another of SER's
program, the High School
Equivalency Program of HEP, GED
preparation classes and placement
services are offered to eligible
members of migrant and seasonal
Last year alone, over 135
students obtained their GED and
graduated from SER's HEP
SER-Jobs for Progress of
Southwest Texas is a private non-
profit organization whose primary
goal is to address the educational
and employment needs of
underscrvcd population and
Scientists say exposure to
pesticides may be a risk factor
for Parkinson's disease.
Elia R. Garza
"Do not stand by
my grave and cry....
I am not there.
I did not die.
I live with the
In commemoration of the First Anniversary of her new
life, and in thanksgiving for the time that she was a part
of ours, we would like to invite our family and friends to
join us in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on Saturday,
September 18, 1993, at the Immaculate Conception
Church, Rio Grande City, at 5:00 p.m.
Garza, Ramirez, Contreras Families
These needs are addressed through
a variety of services, programs and
funding sources. SER has offices
in Laredo, Eagle Pass, Rio Grande
City (La Casita), Carriz.o Springs
and Del Rio.
SER still has over $8,000
available in College Financial
Assistance Awards available to
eligible members of migrant and
seasonal farmworker families. If
anyone is interested in applying for
an Award or in more information on
any of SER's services, please
contact Mr. Rene Pena at the SER
office in La Casita at 487 5662.
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Roberts, Kenneth. Rio Grande Herald (Rio Grande City, Tex.), Vol. 81, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, September 16, 1993, newspaper, September 16, 1993; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth195410/m1/4/: accessed December 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rio Grande City Public Library.