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For Rent
Publisher’s Notice
All real estate advertising in
this newspaper is subject to the
Fair Housing Act which makes it
illegal to advertise “any prefer-ence,
limitation or discrimination
based on race, color, religion, sex,
handicap, familial status or na-tional
origin, or an intention, to
make any such preference, limi-tation
or discrimination.”
Family status includes children
under the age of 18 living with par-ents
or legal custodians, pregnant
women and people securing custody
of children under 18.
This newspaper will not know-ingly
accept any advertising for real
estate which is in violation of the law.
Our readers are hereby informed that
all dwellings advertised in this news-paper
are available on an equal op-portunity
basis. To complain of dis-crimination
call HUD toll-free at 1-
800-669-9777. The toll-free tele-phone
number for the hearing im-paired
is 1-800-927-9275.
APARTMENTS FOR RENT: 2
bdrm/1 bath, standard or loft available,
incl. stove and ref., covered parking. Call
Tenth Haven Apts. at 689-1048, Mon.-
Sat., 8 a.m.-6 p.m. only. 23-TFC
WATER VIEW HOUSE FOR
RENT IN PORT MANSFIELD BY
OWNER: 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, 1 car
garage, laundry room, large yard,
fully furnished. Call Sandy (409)
771-3709. 44-3TP
FOR RENT: One bedroom apart-ment
for rent. Nice neighborhood,
bedroom, bath shower, closet. We pay
utilities- light, gas and water. Good
price, no deposit. Call or text any-time,
voicemail 281-203-7471.
46-1TP
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Color, pedicures, massages and
more. Updos for any occassion. 1
mi. W. of Raymondville behind
Caldwell’s Nursery. 956-689-2586.
Special - Highlights (short hair
only) -$25-$30. 44-TFC
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RAYMONDVILLE POLICE BLOTTER
Garage Sale
WATER VIEW HOUSE FOR
RENT IN PORT MANSFIELD BY
OWNER: 2 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, 1 car
garage, laundry room, large yard, fully
furnished. Call Sandy (409) 771-3709.
43-7TP
For Rent
Retama Manor
Raymondville
38-TFC
NOW HIRING
Inquiries - please call
Becky N. Salinas - ADON
at (956) 689-2126
Now hiring for the positions:
RN/LVN position
CNA
*Apply on www.savacareers.com*
Property
For Sale
10+ ACRES OF LAND: in the coun-try
with highway frontage, possible
owner financing. *Limited time of-fer:
Free trip for two with purchase.
Contact: 956-773-8269, 956-536-
0568. 45-3TP
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W.C. Sheriff’s Blotter
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION
CITY OF RAYMONDVILLE, TEXAS
Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held Monday, November 26,
2018, at 5:30 PM, in the above City, at Raymondville City Hall, located at 142 S.
7th Street, Raymondville, Texas 78580, by the Planning and Zoning Commission
to consider for approval the following item:
Public Hearing on request by owner, Santos Garcia De Leon, for the
approval of Garza Subdivision, being a re-platting of a 125' x 140' tract of
land out of Tract "C" of Outlot P, Townsite of Raymondville, Willacy County,
Texas also described as 943 W. Riggs, Raymondville, Texas.
The public is invited to participate and comment on this matter at this public
hearing. If there are any questions regarding this notice, please call Raymondville
City Hall at (956) 689-2443.
Eleazar Garcia, Jr.
City Manager 45-2TC
Giving you personal attention!
GUY FAMBROUGH
Owner/Broker
(956) 689-3312
• ELEGANT COUNTRY LIVING,
3.45 AC, 4,500+ sq. ft., dbl brick home,
4, 4.5, 3 carports, CA/CH, 2 fire places,
many trees, much more. 3/4 mi., 12387
W. SH 186, $299,000. $250,000.
• LYFORD, 2/2, CA/CH, 1,000 sq. ft. LA,
ADA approved, appliances, like new, ready
to occupy (corner lots, 100 ft x 140 ft), 8342
N. Oleander, $80,000 $68,000. MAKE
OFFER.
• 61.91 IRR. AC., North Alamo water
meter, pen, bermuda, good fencing, 1/2 mi.
E. of Hwy. 88, along CR 2800 (Durbin Rd.),
(Las Mestenas Ranch), Willacy Co.,
$279,000.
• OFFICE BLDG., for investment &
rental income (9 offices) @ 219 W.
Hidalgo. 100% DOWNTOWN LO-CATION.
• COML BLDG, on nearly 2 lots, 159 S.
6th. MAKE OFFER, $21,000.
46-1TC
Fambrough
Realty &
Insurance
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NOVEMBER SPECIALS!
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GARAGE SALE: at 340 W.
Durham, Saturday, 8-1, winter
clothes, coffee maker, 1/2 cab camper
for Dodge truck and much more.
46-1TP
GARAGE SALE: at 310 S. 15th,
Raymondville, Thursday only, 7-12,
a little of everything. 46-1TP
TV & COMPUTER REPAIR: Re-pair
all makes and models. Fast and
reliable service. Call or text (956)
232-1547. 46-1TP
NOVEMBER 12 - Burglary
of habitation, 400 blk N. 4th.
Theft, over $100, under $750,
200 blk S. 16th.
NOVEMBER 11 - Duty on
striking fixture/landscaping, 600
blk S. 10th.
NOVEMBER 10 - Criminal
mischief, 14000 blk FM 3168.
Burglary of a vehicle, 600 blk
W. White.
Burglary of vehicle, 700 blk
W. White.
Theft, 700 blk E. Gem.
Found property, 600 blk W.
White.
Welfare concern, 400 blk W.
Hidalgo.
NOVEMBER 9 - Theft of
service, under $100, criminal
mischief, under $100, 300 blk S.
1st.
Theft, over $100, under $750,
800 blk S. Washington.
Dog bite, 300 blk E. Durham.
Burglary of habitation, 600 blk
W. San Francisco.
Assault causing bodily injury,
800 blk S. Washington.
Burglary of habitation, 300 blk
W. White.
NOVEMBER 8 - Duty on
striking unattended vehicle, 900
blk W. White.
Theft, under $100, 1100 blk N.
2nd.
Assault causing bodily injury,
FV, 700 blk E. Charles.
Child custody, 1 Bearkat Blvd.
Child custody, 300 blk W.
Raymond.
Arrested: Anthony Ledesma,
possession of substance, 600 blk
W. Hidalgo.
NOVEMBER 7 - Arrested:
Rogelio Cruz, Jr., unlawful re-straint,
aggravated assault date/
family/house w/weapon, assault
causing bodily injury, FV.
Arrested: Krissty Cruz, failure
to report felony, 400 blk E. Ex-change.
Sexual assault, 300 blk W.
Yturria.
Burglary of vehicle, intent to
commit a theft, damage/vandal-ism,
400 blk E. Main.
NOVEMBER 6 - Criminal
mischief, over $100, under $750,
300 blk S. Exp. 77.
Arrested: Amado R. Martinez,
execution of warrants x5, sexual
assault of a child, agg. sexual as-sault
of a child, sex offenders duty
to register life/annually, manufac-ture/
delivery of substance, 700
blk W. Hidalgo.
Arrested: Helen Lavon
Bonilla, sexual assault of a child,
200 blk E. Main.
Burglary of habitation, 500 blk
E. McCharen.
NOVEMBER 7 - Incident re-port
(damaged property), 500 blk
W. Main St., Raymondville.
Criminal mischief, Jones St.,
Lasara.
Execution of warrant/posses-sion
of controlled substance, ar-rested:
Amado Roberto Martinez,
W.C. Sheriff’s Dept. Jail.
NOVEMBER 8- Identity
theft, FM 3168, Raymondville.
Incident report (assist other
agency), South Shore Drive, Port
Mansfield.
Violation of protective order,
Bus. 77, Sebastian.
NOVEMBER 9 - Harass-ment,
FM 2845, Lyford.
Civil matter, Yturria St., Ray-mondville.
Civil matter, Yturria St., Ray-mondville.
Public intoxication, arrested:
Humberto Molina-Garcia, Bus.
77, Sebastian.
NOVEMBER 10- Operate
vehicle with no license plate/
failed to maintain financial re-sponsibility,
Bus. 77/FM 506,
Sebastian.
Assault causing bodily injury,
family violence, unknown loca-tion,
Lyford.
Driving while intoxicated,
third or more, arrested:
Guadalupe Ramirez, Bus. 77 and
Riggs Road, Raymondville.
NOVEMBER 11 - Criminal
mischief, Ledesma Avenue, Ray-mondville.
NOVEMBER 12 - Identity
theft, Eustolio Gonzales Dr., Ray-mondville.
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Alterations, mending, zippers,
upcycling.Call, text or stop by
395 S. 15th St., Raymondville.
(956) 577-3621,
Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.
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WEST FORK, Ark. (AP) -
Authorities in northwest Arkansas
say peak fall foliage colors are
causing traffic congestion and
parking problems in the area.
Newton County Sheriff-elect
Glenn Wheeler says traffic has
steadily increased in recent years
when fall colors peak in the
Ozarks. He tells the Arkansas
Democrat-Gazette that the most
problematic area last weekend
was in Devil's Den State Park on
the road leading to the scenic
Hawksbill Crag trailhead.
One deputy reported that a
road that normally takes five min-utes
to traverse took 40 minutes
because of the number of cars
parked alongside it. Fifteen cita-tions
were issued to drivers who
blocked the road.
Wheeler says other problems
were reported on Arkansas 43 in
between Boxley and Ponca, where
drivers stopped in the road to view
elk herds.
Fall colors, scenic
views cause traffic
problems in Arkansas
FORT WORTH, Texas
(AP) A Texas man has been
sentenced to 40 years in prison
for a church fire that caused
nearly $784,000 in damage.
Jurors deliberated for just
five minutes before convicting
Thomas Britton on Thursday of
arson and criminal mischief. He
was charged with setting the
January 2017 blaze at St.
Stephen Presbyterian Church in
Fort Worth.
Rev. Fritz Ritsch said five
fires were set inside the cen-tury-
old church and numerous
items were destroyed, includ-ing
stained glass windows and
educational supplies.
Britton, 56, was identified
after church surveillance video
was publicly released. Investi-gators
said Britton initially told
them he wasn't at the church,
but later said he was there on a
national security mission to
meet a potential terrorist.
Britton also left graffiti in an
attempt to implicate a terrorist
group, authorities said.
``He had written something
to make it seem like the dam-age
was done by Muslims, but
he misspelled Muhammad,''
Ritsch said. ``It was disturbing
that he was trying to make it
seem like it was a terrorist act.
It was all very disturbing.''
Prosecutor Vincent
Giardino said the crime
amounted to ``historic criminal
mischief.''
``His goal was not just to
damage the church, but to oblit-erate
it,'' Giardino said. ``That
is insidious. It's sinister. And he
has no remorse for it.''
Texas man gets 40
years in prison
for church fire
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