Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas on September 23, 1977 · Page 2
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Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas · Page 2

Harlingen, Texas
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Friday, September 23, 1977
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Her t torefetraieMn Kashoutys birthday THI WAY lî WAS THurMifïv'i toMWia ctowd parler* f*c©r<4*d 0 * rwxK* «howt 0 «fo**** oiwe» »♦» «SHih*rn Ptewn produnng Haowy <toud< «•** <m»t #» Gnnbr laite* 0**0 Noiilieott rawtwm cawarad ‘©n* *»<r* ck.-s*** wfei» m.d dfe» «o higi» rlOMch mrt^isettwrafd ow #» W<**t Tliyndp'%*ôfwi or» vtwbkt o**r io4wti OfctoHome «r*d vhj**** T**ch A tr^p* oi df prettaorv iJywwn m »Si ftoy of Comp*»*'* rt »» p#*»#d te mon* HÉ**«! «wer M»i«ro (Q(by The trop*' o* **ïw h/U #nt*f*nç fhe Coribbsof, S#e cor. be i##« m »he tow#* *>&* Hand ©ffltf . iâP) Lance ( rii—rd Fmn Pa«e 0 m > t Weather Tabulation Valley «ta» «ili be partly rioudv thnaigh Saturday with a ftvarre of rmmly artemnnr. «io*ei3 and llisider^imwf1'<*s Prevailing «trat» will ht aniÚinMterh al I# lo II mUm per tour Hi# temperoUjrrs for toda* and Saturday are forata* u» h** Ib die rrnddi^ Mm The tows at níghí «Ìli h» in the tow and mtd «atti The probability of ram u«l»v il H perren» and î « u*»fM 30 TIDES Friday - Huit» I 45 am and l Upir, kmm ? 12 a m and I 44 pm Saturday High* 3 24 a m and 2 » p m bar*7 «lam and? »pm SLW-T Friday ? îSpm SUNRIS*-. Saturday 7 a m II Albuqutrque Ama nib Atlanta Atlantic Qty Auattn Halt ¡more BUltnp Buenarrk Rota* Hnaton BrownavtUe Buffato Cheyenne OhieafB Cleveland Dal Ft Worth itenver l*es Motnea Detroit Duluth F.1 Paso Fargo 16 M m U HI Rala SI 7» 16 «2 14 »2 70 «I » « m u m u 71 71 71 «3 HO 74 « SO 32 II $7 *2 4» 40 S3 33 47 73 II 40 $7 50 « 41 51 S3 41 5» $3 1 Flapta/Í Great Falla Hartbgea Honolulu Houatan lodtanapoiu Jarkaan Mi Karmas Qty ( ai Vegaa Ut tie Rock 1/* AngeNs lioutffvtile McAllen Miami Beach Midland Odeaaa Milwaukee Mpl* St Paul Naahvtlle New Orleana New York North Platte Oklahoma City Phoenix ProvKtence Rapid Oty Reno St Inouïs Salt Lake Oty San Antonio San Deigo San PranduK» St Ste Mane Seattle Washington 34 40 71 78 72 S2 52 II 57 13 «2 51 74 7« m 56 55 5ft 70 53 37 m 70 4« 38 30 57 48 71 68 56 SO 43 82 Calgary Edmonton Montreal Ottawa Regina Toronto Vancouver Winnipeg CANADIAN 38 43 41 45 41 48 41 52 70 81 M » m 80 m 78 8) S3 »4 100 84 80 85 m 58 7» 83 89 61 73 72 84 83 »1 73 70 56 61 75 50 83 55 52 68 55 55 55 03 32 11 and I can t teil you how much this means to us today to be welcomed hark home like this " Powell told reporters at the White Houar that l-ance “has agreed to take some time to provide for an orderly transition but no one knows what period at time is involved ” He aatd no organised procedure has been established to find a permanent director and that he knew of no specific names under consideration In Atlanta chairman John Stembler of the National Bank of Georgia, said Lance can have the job of chairman if he want* it tomorrow * Lance was chair man o# the bank before he joined the Carter administration In an interview with radio station WSB m Atlanta, Lance said he a/w.1 hi* wife, LaBelle, want to be among friends and get a little rest .** He ruled out taking a public job and said he has made no decision yet on any other job offers Weil take that as we've been taking things onedayatatime ” While speculation on possible lance successors has not centered on any one person, these nsmes have surfaced —James T McIntyre Jr., di rector of Georgia s budget office in 1972 while Carter was gov er­ nor and now deputy director of the Office of Management and Budget, which Lance had headed - Robert Strauss, a former chairman of the Democratic National Committee and the U S ambassador for trade negotia&ona Strausc has said however that he would rut take the>ob —Alice Rivlin director of the Congresaoonai Budget Office —Hale Champion former California finance director and now an official at the Depart ment of Health. Education and Welfare [juice himself indicated that he espected his successor to get s more thorough going over than he dad And he seemed to be concerned that it might scare good prospects sway We've got to make sure that we re able to attract good people into government that we do everything that we possibly can to make sure that that sort of stmosphere is present " lance declared as he left the Washington office of his attorney, Clark Clifford The scrutiny part that’s a part of it It s very difficult to apply today's rules to yester- dsy’s practices „and that sort of thing in relationship to three or four years and what takes place under different types of circumstances ‘ But it s awfully important „ no matter what the situation is in the future that we be able to attract good people in government " WKDTfST !N 8AYMONDVHIE — A group of Roymondvill# residents co-'igregcrted >n konf of the Wlflocy County Courthouse Thus \doy to protest the handling of a death case by loco! law enforcement ogenctes A 16-year-oM Raymondwlle boy was found hanged tn a tuvenile cell in the Willacy County Jail Saturday morntng According fa Sheriff Oscor Correa, the boy hod been apprehended at o lyford football gome Friday by Willocy County, gaymondvtlle and lyford tow enforcement officers four months after he escaped from the Horltngen Mental Hecith-Mental Retardation Center where he was being held for evaluation prior to bemg committed to o correctional institution. Citizens Protest Handling Of Willacy County Youth RAYMONDVILLF - A group of approximately 2^Raymond ville residents gathered in front of the Willacy' County Court House snd Sheriffs office and Raymondville Police Department Thursdsy protesting the handling of a case involving a 18-year-old boy who was found hanged In his cell in the Willacy County Jail Saturday morning The boy had been placed In the jail after being apprehended Friday night at the Lyford-Raymondville football game in Lyford A district judge that day had ordered that the boy be found since the juvenile had escaped from the Harlingen Mental Health-Mental Retar deatwn Center four months earlier, Willacy County Sheriff Oscar Correa said that District Judge Harry Lewis had sentenced the Gas opportunity to exerctst this power Energy Secretary James R Schlesinger also was involved in the lobbying effort He cancel led i Continued From Page One i a scheduled appearance before a House panel to personally talk with senators on the proposal One key senator on energy legislation. Jennings Randolph. 08 04 14 Obituaries 60 MONtM»UFRI t(M Wt I O'« tAIRIiN'S vr-Oi WN c iViNG ACCOUNT BANK AM. MASTf « CHARGfc AMfc.RK.A- O *, S, CART* BLANCHE. Ri CLUB 1 * * ONTMS TO RAY P F SUN VALUY MALL HARLINGEN 'risæm—Sîj Depression Located In Gulf MIAMI am i - A reconnaLs nance plane located a growing tropical depression tiff the gulf coast at Meuco Thursday night and forecasters warned it could reach tropical storm strength by the time it hits land north at VeraCru* The National Hurricane Center placed the depression in the Gulf at Campeche, just 85 trulea off the Mexican coast and about 90 mil« north of Vera Crui — near latitude 20 5 north, longitude 15 8 VIVAL PARKDALE BAPTIST CHURCH 401 NORTH 21ST - HARLINGEN SEPT. 25-30 7:30 P.M. BOB ELLIOTT EVANGELIST BRO 11.1 IOTI FROM BAYTOWN. TIX A MAN OF GOD PREACHING GODS WORD CONNIE A AILISON WARE MUSIC EVANGEL ISIS I HIS I.AllMI DC Oi 1*1 : WIl ¡ HI AS INSPIRACION IO >Ol THE PUBLIC IS WARMLY INVITED TO ATTEND A NURSERY IS PROVIDED GILLESPIE P. BAKER LAGUNA VISTA - Gillespie Parish Baker. 78. a longtime superintendent of Hidalgo public schools, died at his home here Thursday Mr Baker has resided here for two years and in Hidalgo from 1932 to 1975 He was past president of the Hidalgo Lions Club, a past mayor of Hidalgo and was active in the library at laguna Vista Survivors include the widow, Mrs Ester B Baker; a daughter, Mrs Roberto Solis of Matamoros. a son. G P Baker Jr of Austin, three sisters. Mrs Irma Alsobrook of Brenham Mrs Melba Rodriguez of Reynosa, and Mrs Mary Fran els Turner at Orange, and five grandchildren A rosary will be recited at 7: JO p m today in the Kn* idler Funeral Home chapel ‘it McAllen Funeral mass will be at 1 p m Saturday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church The Rev Ray Wilhelm will be the celebrant Burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery RAMON AVILA MERCEDES - Ramon Avila, 51, died after a sudden illness at his residence, 315 N Georgia, at 10 10 a m Thursday Owner of an automobile repair service, he was a native and lifetime resident of Mercedes Funeral services will be held at 4 pm Saturday in the Mexican Baptist Church Burial will be in the Baptist Cemetery under direction of Stotler Mortuary A prayer service will be held at the Stotler Chapel Friday night Survivors include the widow, Mrs Elvira Avila, four daughters, Mrs Joaefuia Avila Ruiz, Mrs Gloria Avila Gonzalex and Miss Raquel Avila, a son. Paulino Ramon Avila, and a sister. Mrs Alicia Avila Teran. all at Mercedes. MRS. GUADALUPE C. GONZALEZ WESLACO - Mrs Guadalupe C (kraalest, 80. died at 10 06 a m Thursday in Relama Manor A resident of Weslaco for 52 years, she was the mother-in-law of Laiaro -Larry) Oii vam Funeral mass will be said at 10 a m Monday in San Martin de Porres Catholic Church Burial will be in the Weslaco Cemetery Garza and Llewellyn Fisieral Home is in charge of arrangements Survivors include three sons. Eliberto, Antonio and Pedro Gonzalez of Weslaco, four daughters. Mrs Rosa Olivarez of Weslaco, Mrs Josefma Chavez at Los Angeles, Mrs. Eloida Gongora and Mrs Viola Riojas, both of Fresno, Calif, 33 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren. Pallbearers will be grand sons. Eliberto Gonzalez Jr , Juan Gonzalez. Antonio Gonzalez Jr, Lazaro G Olivarez Jr , Roy' Riojas and David Gonzalez CONCEPCION MEDRANO ELSA — Concepcion Medrano, 54, died Saturday in Almont, Mich Mr Medrano had been a resident of Elsa for six years Survivors include the widow, Mrs Carmen Medrano of Elsa, six daughters, Mrs Cristina Lopez of Almont, Mrs Anna Bel Guerra, Miss Blanca Estella Medrano, Miss Maria Concepcion Medrano, Miss Alma Linda Medrano and Miss Maria de Carmen Medrano, all of Elsa, A son, Juan Luis Medrano of Elsa; four brothers. Pedro Medrano, Jose Luts Medrano of Reynosa, Mex . Lupe Medrano and Celso Medrano at Mexico, two sisters, Mrs Petra Pidilla and Mrs Laura Ceoallos of Mexico, his mother, Inez Ochoa Medrano of Mexico and two grandchildren A rosary was recited Friday night Funeral services will be 2 p m today in Sacred Heart Catholic Church of Elsa Burial will be in Hilicrest Cemetery at Edinburg under the direction of Thomae-Garza Funeral Directors of Elsa MAGDALENO MONTES WESLACO - Magdaleno Montes, 74, of Mile 34 West and Mile 5 North died at 11 a m Thursday in Knapp Methodist Hospital He had been a Weslaco resident for 58 years Survivors include the widow, Mrs Gregoria Montes of Weslaco, three sons, Juan Montes erf Weslaco, Porfino Montes of Corcoran, Calif and Antonio Montes at Toledo. Ohio three daughters, Mrs Maria Medels, Miss Porfiria Montes and Miss Eusebta Montes, all of Weslaco; 44 grandchildren and one great-grandchild Also surviving are five brothers, Seiedonso Montes of California. Lazaro Leandro, Catarino and l^eonardo Montex. all of Weslaco Funeral mass will be in St, Joan of Arc Catholic Church and bunal will be in the Weslaco Cemetery at a time and date to be annoinced by Gam and Leweliyn Funeral Home REYNALDO MATA WESLACO — Funeral mass for Reynaldo Mata. 50, will be at 1 p m Friday in St Joan of Are Catholic Church He died Mon- day in Chicago, where he had _ Weslaco for eight yean been wotting for about eight months Hi liad been a Weslaco resident most of his life. Bunal will be in the Weslaco Cemetery under direction of Garza and Llewellyn Funeral Home Survivors include the widow, Mrs Teófila Mata; three daughters, Mrs Maria Barron of Kalamazoo. Mich, Mrs Isabel Salas at Donna and Miss Diana Mata of Weslaco; eight sons, Jesus, Juan Tiburcio, Hector, Jaime, Rolando Esequiel and Reynaldo Mata Jr., ail of Weslaco; and eight grandchildren Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs Celia Pena of Weslaco and Mrs. Sabina Medrano of Mercedes; and a brother, Victor Mata of Hollister, Calif MRS. JOSE SALVADOR ZUNIGA ELSA — Funeral mass for Mrs Irma Zuniga, 30. of Camden. Del., killed in a traffic crash near Dover, Del , Tuesday, will beat 2p m Saturday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church She was the wife of Jose Salvador Zuniga and the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jose Garcia of Elsa Bunal will be m the Weslaco Cemetery under direction of Garza and Llewellyn Funeral Home of Elsa MRS. ELIZABETH BARCLAY WOOD DONNA - Mrs Elizabeth Barclay Wood, 75. died Thursday night In the San Juan Nursing Home A native of Cameron. Tex., she resided three miles north on La Blanca* Road She came to Donna in 1938 from Waco She was the first paid employee of the Texas State Department at Public Welfare in Hidalgo County Gravesde services will be held at 5 pm Friday in Highland Memorial Park The Rev William Heard, rector of Grace Episcopal Church at Weslaco, willofficiate Stotler Mortuarv is in char** of arrangements Survivors include two foster sisters. Miss Doris Williams of Donna and Mrs Tom Sanford of Lorena.Tex .andaniece,Dons N. Sanford of Brownsville MRS. R.D. iKELO) RODRIGUEZ WESLAOO — A rosary for Mrs Anataaa V. Rodnguez, 39. of 1507 Katie will be recited at 8 p.m Friday in the Garza and Llewellyn Funeral Home She died at 8:50 a m. Thursday in Knapp Methodist Hospital She had been a resident of Funeral mass will be at 10 a m Saturday in St Joan of Arc Catholic Church Burial will be in the Weslaco Cemetery Survivors include the husband, R D. (Kelol Rodriguez; three daughters, Mrs Rosalva Ramirez of Harlingen, Mrs Yolanda Garza of Valle Hermoso, Mex., and Mana Magdalena Rodnguez of Weslaco, two sons, David and Ramon Rodnguez of Weslaco, and mother, Mrs Francisca Gomez of Valle- Hermoso Also surviving are two brothers. Refugio and .Andres Villegas of Weslaco, and four sisters, Mrs Apolonia Garza of Donna, Miss Maria Inez Villegas of Valle Hermoso, Mrs Hermegilda Herrera of Matamoros. Mex , and Mrs Mana Lmsa Cano of Weslaco MRS. ROBERT MONSON WESLACO - Funeral mass for Mrs Rose E Monson, 78, of Trails End Mobile Home Park will be at 3 p m Friday in St Joan of Arc Catholic Church She died Tuesday night in Valley Grande Manor She was the wife of Robert Monson Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park under direction of McCaleb Funeral Home Pallbearers will be Lee Jordan, Lester Ward, Dan Griffin, George Fleishmann, Jimmy Williams and Leroy Dammann A survivor not listed previously is a sister. Mrs Mary Carrigan of Lansing, Mich WILLIAM J. BARNETT HARGELL — Funeral services for William J. Barnett, 31, will be held at 10 a m Saturday in the McCaleb Funeral Home of Weslaco. He died Swday in a I os Angeles, Calif . hospital He was the son of the late James T Barnett, who operated the Barnett Flying Service at Hargill, and Mrs Beverly Barnett, now of Harlingen The Rev OW Sumerlm, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mercedes, will officiate Burial will be in Highland Memorial Park Pallbearers will be David Hoelscher. Irby Norrell, Edward Wiilis. Thomas Richards. James Ogden and John Drew MRS. ETHEL MARIE PEMELTON WESLAOO — Funeral services for Mrs Ethel Marie Pemeiton. 71, of 910 S. Kansas will be held at 3 p.m Saturday in the McCaleb Funeral Home She died at 2:50 pm Wednesday in Valley Grande Manor The Rev Kenneth Myers, Assembly of God pastor, will officiate Bunal for the 55-year Weslaco resident will be in Highland MemonaS Park Grandsons will serve as pallbearers boy to a Texas youth correctional institution Prior to induction, Lewis wanted the boy placed tinder evaluation at the MH-MR Center Juvenile probation officer Juan Reyna spotted the boy at the Lyford foot hall game, but needed the assistance of law enforcement officers from Raymondville, Lyford and Willacy County to bring him into DW Va , had urged the President to “find some middle ground * ’ compromise on natural gas pricing that amid pass the Senate. Randolph met with the President at the White House before the vote and told reporters later that “I think he’s worried” about both the outcome of the gas vote and the fate of his over-all energy program The Carter plan had suffered many setbacks in Senate floor and committee action custody. The 18-year-old was found hanged the next morning, less that after an hour after he was given a sheet after complaining that the was cold Correa said A spokesman for the protesting group said one of the things she objected to was that no member of the family was consulted before the body was taken to Ducidlesten Funeral Home The demonstration was held the day of the funeral Persons in the group reportedly asked the assistance of Texas Rural Legal Aid and requested that the FBI investigate the hanging incident. Correa said the incident could have been avoided, but that the lack of facilities, the lack of personnel and other factors sometimes hinders the department in the discharge of duties. valley MORNING STAR Published tvm y rnommg by hemdom Newspaper* Commute & So«**’ 15* StrMti HoHingen Texas 78550 Second Clow Postage Paid at Hnflmgeft, Texas 78550 e^bkatior Number 655860 BY CARRiER S3 50 per month SUGtE COPY PRICE — Doily ----Sunefay — !5' 35* Phone GA3-5511 MISS YOUt PAPER’ If you 4'0\M no* reeer*» your Valley Morning Star by 6 a« daity 7am Sunday, or if *erv«e be unsatisfactory please telephone, C rtulotKSn Deportment Phone 423-551 1 Please coil before 9 om. as to mtssed pope* service >s available afc*r 9am eodh morning SYMPATHY FLOWERS BELONG AT THE TIME- LATER ON AT HOME. 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