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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - September 9, 2004, Harlingen, Texas
Page two customer service hotline 430-6200 outside Harlingen san Benito 1-866-578-Star 7827 one Call does it air a2 thursday september 9, 2004 Valley morning Star inside today Valley a 30-year-old aerospace Engineer now living in the . Virgin islands said he recently took a paternity test and is now waiting for court officials to decide if he is the father of a baby who was allegedly fed raw rancid meat by his Mother and her Boyfriend. Page a9 the Sierra club has released a report blasting the Bush administration s stewardship of the nation s coasts. Page Alo Texas three fourths of uninsured texans have full time jobs but cannot afford health insurance according to a report released wednesday by the Texas association of business. Page a3 nation the genesis space capsule which had orbited the Sun for three years gathering potential clues to the origin of the solar system crashed to Earth and cracked open wednesday exposing its collection of solar atoms to contamination. Page As world a fire raged through a Copper mine in Northem Turkey on wednesday killing 19 workers and injuring 17 others. Rescuers were searching the smoke clogged shafts to make sure no one was left inside. Page b5 Iraq . Jets pounded insurgent positions in fal Lujah for a second straight Day wednesday raising plumes of smoke but leaving no extensive damage or signs of weakening the sunni militants who have steadily expanded their control of this City about 30 Miles West of Baghdad. Page a7 opinion four years into his six year tenure it is obvious that president Fox has failed to revitalize the mexican Economy in no Small part because he supported income tax rate increases and it May be too late now for him to get any reforms enacted. Page a4 sports Hartinger South looks to get its first win of the football season tonight when it takes on Weslaco East. Pagell the 2004 nil season gets started today As the Indianapolis Colts take on defending the super bowl Champion new England patriots. Pagell business the first pizza Patron to open in Harlingen is doing remarkably Well but business at some of the City s newest eateries had not been that Good at All. Pageb7 math notices Rebecca Estrada 89 pagec4 Guttin Getright the Valley Mornini Star is committed to accuracy in its news report. Corrections and or Dariol cation win be published in this take. Please Call 4 0-6216 or 430-6244 to report errors. Lotto numbers Paft allspice of life Harlingen Sweet Success family owned bakery continues to thrive by Sergio Chapa 955-�0-6280 Robert Lara and Torri Green said they have fond memories of growing up in their family s West Side bakery. The siblings have worked at Lara s Baker since they were children. Quot i feel like i m holding a family tradition Quot Terri said. For three generations the bakery has been Selling fresh Mollette and pan Dulce to its neighbors on West Polk Avenue. Quot it was a Good childhood Quot Terri said. Quot sometimes when my mom was Here late 1 would fall asleep on the sacks of Terri said she and Robert grew up going to Catholic school across the Street at immaculate heart of May. Quot we would walk across the Street to go to school Quot she said. Quot the father would come and eat thanksgiving dinner with Robert said he worked his Way through College at the bakery but started there when he was Only 6 years old. "1 started off washing and cleaning pans Quot he said. Quot it was the Job nobody else wanted to eleven years ago he took Over the family business from his Kotlier Enriquetta who still works at the bakery on saturdays. Quot my Mother told me you re not going to change the ingredients and you re not going to change what we sell Quot he said. Robert said the bakery goes Terri and Robert Lara stand inside of Lara s bakery. The Lara family has been Selling to Harlingen for three Christy Espinosa Valley morning Star generations and continues to still draw Many customers from All around to buy their bread. Fri Lara s bakery 403 West Polk Street 956 423-1219 through 1,750 pounds of flour 700 poem is of sugar 525 pounds of vegetable shortening and 45 dozen eggs per week. Both Robert and Terri said sticking to the family s recipes has preserved the Quality of their Sweet bread and kept the children and grandchildren of their original customers coming Back. Among the bakery s Long list of those Loyal customers Are a number of local politicians businessmen and City officials. In april 2002, a Southern living Magazine article featured some of the bakery s recipes. Terri said her 6-year-old son loves to come to the Bak Ery but she does not let him work there like she and Robert did because the times and Laws have changed. Quot there Are strict health codes now Quot Terri said. Quot we can t have kids slice of life suggestions should be sent to City editor Charlene Vandini or managing editor Lucio Castillo by phoning 430-6206 or at Hyperlink mail to accuse Bush of lying spokesman records show president served honorable Byma Kelley associated press Washington a democrats pounced on the latest revelations about president Bush s air National guard service wednesday saying newly released records show Bush shirked his duty and lied about it. Bush s spokesmen said the records Back up the president s assertion that he fulfilled All of his Vietnam Era military obligations and served honorable. Meanwhile the Texas air National guard released 128 pages of records on Bush s service from 1968 to 1973, All of which had been previously released by the White House. Two Texas officials said in sworn affidavits that the Austin american statesman associated press George w. Bush sits in an f 02 fighter Jet while serving in the Texas air National guard in this undated photo. President Bush was in the National guard from 1968-1973. Former Texas House speaker Ben Barnes a Democrat who was among the most powerful politicians in Texas in the 1960s and 1970s, said at a May Campaign rally for democratic presidential hopeful John Kerry that he was Quot ashamed Quot for helping Bush and sons of other wealthy texans avoid service in Vietnam. Records were All the Texas guard had on Bush s service. Lbs reported wednesday night that it had obtained personal files from one of Bush s Texas commanders saying Bush discussed with him How to avoid drills during 1972. The report on "60 minutes Quot said the files were from the personal records of col. Jerry Killian who died in 1984. In the Minos Killian complained of pressure from higher to give Bush positive evaluations and said Bush talked about How to avoid taking a physical exam in 1972, when Bush eventually skipped six months of training and lost his Pilot s wings for missing the exam. With National Security and the War on terrorism looming Large on voters minds supporters of Bush and democratic nominee John Kerry Are attacking each candidate s Vietnam War records. Republicans have accused Kerry a decorated Vietnam combat Veteran of fabricating the events which led to his five medals. Democrats Point to gaps in Bush s stateside air National guard service in 1972 and 1973 to say Bush shirked his attraction Sinny Bunny the Harlingen performing arts Leatrez kicks off its 2004-2005 Yhouse in the to season with classic comedy Rio Sun a Friday help available a Little known Section of the violence against women act allows abused undocumented immigrants to file secretly for Legal residency news a Friday a Jungle out there for the diminutive Wilson s Plover every Day is a life and death Battle Rio living a saturday Good morning thank you for Reading today s Valley morning is vol. 93, no. 119 uses 685-680 the Valley morning Star is dedicated to furnishing information to our readers so that they can better promote and preserve their own Freedom and encourage others to see its Blessing. Published every morning by Freedom communications inc. 1310 South Commerce Harlingen Texas 78551 miss your paper you should receive your Valley morning Star by 6 . Monday through saturday and 7 . Sunday. If you do not receive your newspaper on time please Call 430-6200 by noon to ensure re delivery. Circulation drive thru drive up service is available at the front of the Valley morning Star building monday Friday from 6 . To 6 p.m., and saturday from 6 . To noon. Sunday from 7 . To noon. Subscription rates Home delivery by Carrier All Valley counties $9.50/month delivery by mail All Valley counties $13/month out of Valley $15/month single copy Price daily a 50 cents sunday a $1.25 Contact us our readers Are important to us and we want to hear from you. If you do not find the individual you wish to speak with in the following list please Call our main number 430-6200 administration publisher Douglas Hardle general manager Tyler Patton / 430-6250 business manager Jill Stout business office fax / 430-6230 customer service 430-6200 a fax 430-6231 customer service manager Marylou Davis / 430-6222 newsroom / editorial editor George Cox / 430-6215 managing editor Lucio Castillo 430-6216 assistant managing editor Ramon Rodriguez / 421-9872 opinion Community Content Randy Davidson / 430-6289 City editor Charlene Vandini / 430-6244 night City editor Roberto Gonzalez / 430-6290 sports editor buddy Green / 430-6284 photo editor Joe Hermosa 430-6209 newsroom fax / 430-6233 advertising advertising director Debbie Nott 430-6283 advertising operations manager commercial printing Peggy elder / 430-6277 advertising fax / 421-9862 marketing / promotion marketing director Marcia Kitten / 430-6256 educational services Sharee Traskauskas / 430-6272 fax / 430-6231 circulation distribution circulation director Rusty Hall / 430-6218 Home delivery manager Joe Nunez / 430-6248 circulation sales manager Lane Aten / 430-6296 production production director Gary Maley email contacts except where noted above Valley morning Star associates email addresses consist of the individual s first name and the first letter of their last name follow by
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