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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

Tioduee radishes BAG •FRESH :ranberries < ytff e A sunbeam PERCOLATOR ap53 FOR PRESCRIPTIONS corning ware roaster with rack reg. $9.95 sunbeam h gw 29 | TOASTER reg. si"9 I5? corning ware 4 qt. covered SAUCE POT reg. $1 1.95 gsK JUNTJAMILY CENTER >P LINO CAHALES GENERAL MANAGER STAN. PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER HO GRNDE CITY, TEXAS 487-2S02 of the Cantaloup* " WHILE IN THE LOWER VALLEY VISIT OUR SISTER STORE VALLEY-MART OF SAH BENITO COLGATE 100 ,4M. 65< MUT 7 01. REG. I SO SPLASH ON $1.69 BRUT REG. J. SO SPLASH ON SETS $199 INSTANT SHAVE 3 FOR $1.00 GT. SIZE TALC. CASHMERE BOUQUET 3 FOR $1.00 LUSTRE CREME SHAHP00 2 FOR $1.00 COLGATE TOOTHBRUSHES t^v ite for |§ pus ....4 COM 4 -'I."1 rihf cocktail 3 A" 4 FotSl.OO FANTASTIC PUNCHCARD OFFER ! 18#<. StitaUss StMi Citkry Sal MRMTKf llttlNl ••••LI IMtS NAflM.ll IIVITII 2 ROLLS PKG. steweM m tin tomatoes jro,*!;1 IS oz. m jineappii... 3 Del montf I STEAK KNIVES !•*« lkW| MUn! « f*. KITCNEI SIT frm potior H ur*ta| «Htl I ft- tllCEl S...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

... CHILDREN'S HOUSE SLIPPERS 1. n? 26 PC. PUNCH SET (CRYSTAL FRUIT) MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS BOY'S CURDUROY JACKETS $9«S ^ SIZE 6 TO 16 < mt LADIES KNIT CAPS r $i98 MEN'S CORDUROY JACKETS R m o"9 i Q\i\V n*6 w- m I4< l\in\ iil ' I ^ 1 MiM WINNS NASA BIG AND COMPLETE SELECTION TREES, TREE ORNAMENTS DECORATIONS TREE LITES CHRISTMAS Ci GIFT WRAP, BOWS, DOOR DECORATIONS CHRISTMAS LITES CHRISTMAS FLOWERS OVAL ROASTERS 4 TO 7 POUND REG. 1.59 NOW W 15 TC 18 POUND REG. 3.29 N0W $129 22 TO 25 POUNDS REG. 4.99 H0W $3.47 20 QUART CANNER $2.99 24 QUART CANNER to i SHOP WINNS OFFERS YOU ALL TOYS AND GIFT ON THEIR "LAY-AWAY" PLAN TAKE ADVANTAGE NOW! STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER t !'' VARIETY STORES

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

". - • LADIES DRESSES REGULAR 6.99 3.99-6.99 MORF! DRESSES REGULAR 8.99 TO 6.95 MEN'S SHIRTS REG. 5.99 JACKETS $1025ro$17 SHIRTS LADIES COATS *6." :• , GIRL'S HI-KNEE SOCKS 2FOR>I?° GIRL'S SWEATERS $cw Jkm TO PLUS MANY MANY MORE! T t Tjy REGULAR 12.95 FABRICS Machine Washable a a i Q POLYESTER M'v Regular $5.99 Yard • YD. CAPRIS $197 REGULAR 3.99 SKIRTS $197 REG. 3.99 Machine Washable ( Mk Q"T DOUBLE KNIT >7V/v Reg. $2.99 Yd. Mm • T INVISIBLE ZIPPERS A REG. $1. ELECTRIC CLOCK-RADIO REG IS 99 BLOUSES FROM BLENDERS REG. 24.95 STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER '14? DISCOUNT CENTER "USE NUESTRO PLAN DE SEPARO"

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

I I I II I m I II i WET LOOK *ir #0UBlt W Ck/UAiMM KNIT REG. 3.98 Ifolidau ..IV WASHABLE ACRYLICS REG 4.49 YD $2.39 $198 WHIP-UP PARTY DELICACIES In the mood . . . whispery chiffons, slinky jer- seys, velvety prints. To enjoy BONDED 4 KNITS REG. 2.98 KETTLE CLOTH JERSEY IOG% NYLON ZIPPERS t $10 ... YD. 69 $1.29 2.CC FOR J FABRICS STARR PLAZA RIO GRANDE CITY, TEXAS If I I ICHRlSTMASl INSPIRATIONS LADIES SHOES REG. 10.99 REG. 5.99 REG. 13.95 REG. 6.95 SHOP NOW AND $AVE LADIES HANDBAGS s 49 G,RL,S $099 * QSS J SHOES 6 95 52V ^Ov SANDALS 2,8 .2 or *55 00 iSE 4AMILY HHOE WTORE STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER B stlm,. THURSDAY TONITE! The Specialty Of the House Is Pleasing Our Patrons FRIED CHICKEN PLATE 2 PIECES OF GOLDEN CHICKEN-SALAD-ONE VEGETABLE AT... ONLY RATTLER'S DEN 487-3424 STARR PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER ONLY 961

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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 m v • • • ♦ T I J (DOCTOR from page 1) dlcal degree from the Univer- sity of Tennessee, interned In Shreveport, La., and returned home in 1950 with a wife (the former Miss Sarah Aycock)and a dream of a gleaming new hos- pital for Starr County. During his first years of practice, Dr. Ramirez was the country doctor in every sense of the phrase. "My wife (trained as a nurse) and I would make 60 to 70 calls a week," Dr. Ramirez says. "I had a little clinic, a house we fixed up with three or four beds, but the people expected me to come to them." Dr. Ramirez' present 27-bed hospital was established follow- ing service in the Air Force, 1955-1957. The hospital evolved from consolidation of a vacant furniture store, a 150-year-old hacienda and some lesser build- ings. Dr. Ramirez began acquiring the properties after his discharge. Dr. Leonidas Cigarroa, of Laredo, a long-time personal friend of Dr. Ramirez, recalls Dr. Ramirez' enth...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

■ £ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 22 fi I J ' Bazan and his dad- Mrs. Ybanez and her son• •• Gomez and the 'man' behind him Garcia and his father- mm \ Freddy Falcon and his brothe- Dee Munsell and his son- DAD'S NIGHT One time each year there has been the tradi- tional Dad's Night for the Rio Grande City Rattlers. This past Friday night there was the tra- ditional exchange of helmet from Father and in one case from Mother to Son as part oftheRio Grande City High School Ratt- lers Homecoming Game. The Rattlers went on to win 7-6 over a stubborn Donna Redskin team. The helmet exchange means much more than just a pat on the back and the handing over of the helmet it is a warmun-said words of encouragement that seems to touch not only the fa- thers on the field but also their mothers sitting in the stands. "The feeling betweenfather and son is so thick at that very mo- ment, you couldn't cut it with a knife," said Julio Larralde fa- ther of running back Roy Lar...

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

Rattlers stomp Donna, meet Mercedes there... I l '■; I VL .. • l x / The Rio Grande City Rattlers scored late in the fourth quar- ter then held off the Donna Red- skins by 7-G in District 10-AAA competition here Friday night. The victory kept the Rattler's in a share of first place in dis- trict with a 3-1 record. Rio Grande is 6-3 thus far this season. The Redskins slipped to 4-5 overall and this was their fourth defeat in conference play without a victory. The the fourth quarter, after three scoreless periods, the Rattlers' touchdown drive bogged down at the Redskins 20 yard line but a 30-yard field goal by Rio Grande City failed. However, the Rattlers' Roy Labar recovered a Donna fumble on the Redskins 10 yard line jnd the home team was ready to score to break the scoreless deadlock. Leon Garcia, moments later, plunged the last yard of the 16- yard march for the Rio Grande City touchdown. Ricardo Hinojosa kicked the eventual winning conversion point. Donna struck back later in th...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

I 1 ■il'' I I !/ RGC Jaycees need your cooperation... today... The Rio Grande City Jaycees wish io extend to you an official in- vitation to enter our Christmas Fiesta Parade, to be held on De- cember 2, 1972 at 10:00 a.m. It has been participation of organizations and bands such as yours that makes this parade an outstanding spectator event in our com- munity. All entries will be classified as (1) floats, (2) bands, (3) commer- cial, and (4) miscellaneous. Standard automobiles will be allowed; however, we are encouraging quality on all entries. There will be TV coverage of the parade. Please complete the enclosed entry form and return it to us not later than November 25th. If you cannot participate, please return the entry form with a note to that effect so that our final plans can be completed. GUIDE FOR ENTRANTS THEME - "JOY IN CHRISTMAS" 1. Each entry shall be "in good taste" and shall, in the opinion of the Parade Committee, add beauty or interest from the public point of view....

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

I . f t JHUKSDA i. NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 25 r i iii' M-f -' *iin- KifililMfHlff 1 j {NTH#*^r «>i ui . ,PM L I i I ! ■ ms! PLANNING COMMITTEE — Among those making final plans for the Parents'Night at Rio Grande City High School next Tuesday night are front row Homero Salmon, Armando Garcia, Donald Gfchart. Back row 1-r Benito Saenz, James Shaffer, B. Penington, and high school principal Ruben Saenz. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: Maria R. Sepulveda, De- fendant, Greeting: YOU ARE HEREBY COM- MANDED to appear before the Honorable District Court 229th Judicial of Starr County at the Courthouse thereof, in Rio Grande City, Texas, by filing a written answer at or before 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Mon- day next after the expiration of forty-two days from the date of the issuance of this citation, same being day of A.D. 15 , • PUlntur1* Petition filed In said court, on the 19th day of October A.D. 1972, In this cause, nu...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 'it I I I I I Educator of the week. • • • • • MRS. RUTH CAMPBELL — Mrs. Ruth Campbell resides at 406 N. Garcia St. here in Rio Grande City. She has a son, Frank, and a daughter Susan McCany. Mrs. Campbell received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Michigan State University. Her major s in so- ciology and a minor in English. Mrs. Campbell is now teaching Eng- lish here at R.G.C. High School. Mrs. Campbell is a member of Delta Kappa Gamma, the Honorary Teachers Organization, the Woman's Club, and the Pan American Round Table. She enjoys playing bridge, reading, and traveling. In fact, this past summer she travelled to Detroit to see her daughter. However, her travel- ling has not been limited to her home state of Michigan. She has also travelled extensively through Canada, and has visited such pla- ces as Jamaica. Mrs. Campbell was born in East Lansing, Michigan, and began her work career there. She first worked as an Aid for Socie...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

f Come See Us! That's What We're Here for THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 21 FOR CHARLES &3WU. RABANITOS dOVE to QUE- UAttfe, a-TOVIERA^ HAQft6, FUES? >vlO i'M 1DE1ESTO ESOS 1CHIG1E6J/CPE0, __ _ MISR^ION £6T^AF&OAHDD- LO / BUEHO, \ Op A,'^- /M/ te^R^AGWCO' INVIEPHO...I>\A02TE- T£... 7t-VEj£EH LA _ ££1 AAAVERA «•. P ^ -v /jto ^BI"AN f JyBAA . r JflS^ /A<=> j Z^SiABft \ [eAR^pSy VlNWAOg^BftNAQft... AWORA &J\0£ V/DLN/ER... 61 HEMQS WDO HA£A A5M'DES^\0& M1RAR UN TOCO... Ac AAENO^ NOHAyAWpDENPE; Gfe6AP . Q. CABCZDM Pl)EDE ACtM/fe PfJNID ME "6#N MlGWAaON't;^ fW ENfeRMEDAp., a (^MMM) ■ il /LEEHSM&AEMlUo DONCE YD NACT.' /'&)& EMOaOH^TE £ER0f PARA EMlLlO.' i IX MCSTteAC^LAVIE- JA JA0U*MTA...y C0N- ^£/CQAAtAMC£..,yJU- 6ABAMC>£.^'ToDa/ S0 5026 V fA8ft0VUU (<2£7£-\ \?ANDOJ Furniture //DESAFWt- H / Go.'/'LA il 7 n Ubahja > /OONSW/EPDN UK WW, E6TAOQNAP A01D6/ 7fez See Us At. d^ooj-\ o uWEpDfi^K," R 1A6W: N/vct ? EHftRMC- W\,E...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THURSDAY NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 28 Y • ** 14I4J pr m ^ *■ Rotary hosts student guests...hear laylor... Mil 11 'Ml Students joined Rotary for meeting- The Rio Grande City Rotary Club hosted students from Rio Grande City High School at their weekly meeting in an impressive dinner meeting with guest speaker J.L. Taylor. Taylor who was born in Cle- burne, Texas has r eceived sev- eral awards for his talks on America. He was designated a "Distinguished Student" while at Texas A&M University, he has lectured in sixteen states on "Americanism versus Col- lectivism". During 1970-1971 he spoke to over 30,000 high school students on "What's Right with America". He was awarded a "Key to the City" in 1970 by the Mayor of Memphis, Tennes- see for his work on American- ism. He received an "Outstand- ing Citizenship" award from Graceland PTA in 1970 and is presently employed by Union Carbide Corporation and lives In McAllen with his wife Bar- bara and their two sons Jim a...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER '0, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 29 £ LUCKY TICKET — Ricardo Gutierrez, general manager of Gutier- rez Lumber and Hardware shows off his lucky ticket which won him the 30-06 Rifle and Scope in a raffle by the Rio Grande City Quar- terback Club. The club sponsors the raifle to pay for club expen- ses in promoting the football team during the year. Gutierrez got the rifle just in time for deer season which opens in Starr County this Saturday. (Herald photo) M.H.M.R. VOLUNTEERS — Mrs. Julio Larralde, Jr., Gran Sul- tana of El Cid Caravan Number 106 of Rio Grande City, is shown presenting a donation to the Mental Health-Mental Retardation Vol- unteer Service Council. Receiving the check are Mrs. Isauro G. Zarate, Chairman* and Mrs. Leonel Walschak, Treasurer of the Volunteer Service Council. Not pictured is Mrs. J.B. Galindo, Jr., Treasurer of the Sultanas. Noticias del... Expanded Nutrition El Estrella de banquete y senas para sufamilia, el pavo, puede ser la comi...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THUi^DAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 30 WE'RE All ROOTING FOR OUR TEAM TO BE !••• Let's Follow The Mighty RATTLERS As They Take On Mercedes at Tiger Field Friday 8P.M. WE'RE ALL BEHIND YOU! cebai los funeral home Rio Grande City cama< go brick and tile co. Rio Grande City first tate BANK AND trust co Rio Grande City city uto parts 800 E. 2nd Rio Grande City salifbo implement co. 107 W 2nd Street Rio Grande City gomez appliance store 311 E. Main R'O Grande City Laredo furniture distributors 300 E. Main Rio Grande City HOUSE OF ralphel 512 e M™ Rio Grande City NARRO medical center Rio Grande City ZARSKY lumber co. valley inc. Rio Grande City u GUTIERREZ AND LUMBER HARDWARE CO. M. Grande City

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 31 i ■ ROTC — The Third Aviation Battalion from Fort Hood, Texas, took ROTC students for helicopter cruises over Starr County on Wednesday, Nov. 8. The rides were given by to the students last year also, and Colonel Connelly expects that this will be an annual event for the ROTC. He has scheduled the copters to come again In the Spring and hopes that the leal ROTC will be able to participate in some maneuvers at that time. The Army Choppers are HU l's, called Huey Ones by the servicemen. These helicopters are used to transport troops in Vietnam. They are gunner ships with set-ups for rifles. They are also equipped to drop bombs from the bottom of the copter. High School Principal Ruben Saenz, Colonel Francis Connelly, and Major Donald Gebhart. Connelly explains the pro- cedures of the morning flight. (Herald photos by Tissa Peterson) AERIAL — This aerial photo was taken high over the Rio Grande City High Campus early in the morn...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 16 November 1972

THUHSDAr, NOVEMBER 16, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 32 RAMIREZ FIRESTONE DEALER STORE Roma and Rio Grande City introduce the totally new IC GAS RAI\taT*S 0*?gVest to cook with-easiest to Caloric Lo-Broil Range with CONTINUOUS CLEANING OVEN Oven gradually reduces oven soil to a presentably clean condition. Separate Broiler • Clean- Look Energy System • Tri- Set" Burners • Clock, Timer, Light Model RMK355 Caloric Ultra-Ray Broiler/Oven Range COMPLETELY SELF-CLEANING Set the dial—broiler/oven cleans itself completely. Ultra-Ray Infra-Red Broiler, more meat flavor, less shrinkage c Clock, Timer and Surface Light Model RSK355 Caloric Ultra-Ray" Broiler/Oven Range with CONTINUOUS CLEANING Ultra-Ray Infra-Red Broiler/ Oven brings char-broiled flavor indoors Buiit-in Continuous Cleaning Oven Liners • Automatic Timed Cook and Keep-Warm Oven • Roast Guide • Op- tional Rotisserie Model RJK357 Caloric Ultra-Ray Double Decker Range SELF-CLEANING LOWER OVEN. TOP OVEN PANELS. TOO Place Eye-Leve...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 November 1972

i RIO GRANDE < Mr \ II i: f i i Serving over 5000 readers for over 50 years TPA Award Winning Newspaper Ten Cents V Vol. XXXI No 4-6 Thursday, November 323, 1972 Rio Grande City, Texas WE CELEBRATE Hospital committee meets with officials... The hospital committee working towards ironing out problems to pave the way for a new county hospital took a giant step towards that end last Thursday night as they met with members of the water dis- trict board and members of the Rio Grande City school board. The committee headed by Dr. Mario Ramirez opened the meeting with Raymond Roches- ter presiding. Rochester wel- comed the group and expressed the purpose of the meeting. The first official report was heard from the Starr County Water District with Frank Ran- dal Nye speaking for the board. Nye told those present that the water district was now com- pleting plans to call a bond issue election for the local share to- wards building a new sewage system. The system it was ex- plained is esse...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1972 THE RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 2 School Finance; topic of State School Board meeting AUSTIN — The State Board of Education will hold a spe- cial called meeting in Austin on December 9,to consider the new Comprehensive Foundation School Program presented by its Public School Finance Com- mittee in November. Once the board approves or modifies the committee report, the plan will be sent to the 63rd Legislature. Fourteen new members sche- duled to take office on Janury 1, 1973, will meet with the cur- rent board as a special advis- ory committee at the called meeting. The 10 men and four women who will sit as official members of the new 24-member State Board of Education for the first time on January 13, 1P73, are now studying the re- port along with the current members. Copies of the committee's 14-page plan are also being distributed to groups and indi- viduals studying school finance and to some 1,150 school dis- tricts. "We are presenting our pro- posal at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4 II - "• "4v'« \ ■ ,\*1 ■ v. 4L . M V-- v^1 *m ,y. 4 #j P mm liiaaB HOW from page 2 "Without time, other re- sources would be useless. Sat- isfaction your family receives from time depends on how you choose to use it. "Be grateful for time to en- joy your family, time to share with others, time to work to reach family goals, and time to make your contribution to the world," she said. Thanksgiving takes a slightly different turn with the fifth item —natural resources. ' 'Today we've been alerted to the scarcity of our natural re- sources. We'll need to ask for wisdom in seeking ways to use them more wisely in order to conserve them and develop sub- stitutes for them. "With the scientific and technological efforts being ex- erted today, natural resources unnoticed by man may be vital to our survival in the future." Miss Bourland termed man- agement of resources the key factor in reaching family goals once the inventory is made. "Resources give the greatest returns ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Rio Grande Herald — 23 November 1972

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1972 RIO GRANDE HERALD PAGE 4 f r-s . MEW BUMPER STICKERS Pretty PhylUs Madden, a fresh- man at Pan American University and a resident of Weslaco, loves the Valley and proves it here by applying one of the new vinyl bumper stickers being distributed by the Lower Rio Gran- de Valley Chamber of Commerce. The car stickers may be obtained at the headquarters of the regional chamber on East Highway 83 in Weslaco, at VCC member hotels, motels, mobile home and travel trailer parks, and restaurants participating in the cooperative program, and through some local chambers of commerce that have ordered a supply of the bumper stick- ers. MISS STARR COUNTY « The three beauties pictured above are last year's top three winners in the Miss Starr County Beauty Pageant sponsored by the Lion's Club. They are Luisa Garcia, second runner-up; Miss Starr County Maria Elena Rodriguez; and Billie Diaz, first runner-up; and Miss Lions Club. The event will be sponsored this year by the...

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