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Who’s the boss? Davis and ‘Hoss’ Brownsboro teen takes top steer prize By Rich Flowers NEWS EDITOR

Taylor Davis of the Brownsboro FFA and his steer, “Hoss,” were an eye-catching pair at the Henderson County Livestock show and came away with the Grand Championship on Friday. The 1,255-pound entry, who almost matched Davis’s orange -plaid shirt, was judged best of the 50 steers in the show. Davis,

a Brownsboro junior, took first place in Class III, which also produced the Reserve Grand Champion, Grant Hirsch of Horizon 4H. Davis’s steer sold for $8,500 at the premium action on Saturday. Hirsch’s reserve grand earned a $5,000 payday. The Friday night show was Davis’ first time in the big Friday night event. “I was a little bit nervous at

first, but we worked through it,” Davis said. “I’ve shown pigs the last three or four years and game birds, but this is my first time for a steer.” The judge for the event was Gary Clayton, AgriLife Extension Agent for Wise County. He had high praise for the winner. “The steer out of Class III has a really long neck,”

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Taylor Davis of Brownsboro FFA watches the crowd as the bid on his grand champion steer at the Henderson County LIvestock Show Auction on Saturday. The steer sold for $8,500.

School officer dies

APD nabs two

Garner had worked with Mabank since ’04

Link to recent burglaries probed

By Kathi Nailling

By Rich Flowers

STAFF WRITER

NEWS EDITOR

The Athens Police Department answered numerous calls for break-ins and thefts over the weekend scattered around the city, and arrested two teens Saturday who are being investigated as having been involved in recent burglaries and criminal-mischief incidents. APD Lt. Michael Davis said the suspects are 14-year-old boys who were picked up in relation to a burglary at Lona Mauk’s State Farm Insurance in the 700 block of East Corsicana Street. The pair has been turned over to Henderson County Juvenile Detention authorities. APD dispatch received a call at 2:34 a.m., Saturday, reporting that an alarm had sounded at the State Farm Agency. Officer Marshall Passons responded to the location along with Cpl. Dana Dykes and Sgt. Jason McEntire. The officers found the teens inside the building. “We think it’s going to tie in, and clear up a lot of other criminal mischief in this area,” Davis said. “We’re not sure yet, but we think we might tie them into other burglaries.” Davis said the suspects are not likely to be behind the recent string of air-conditioner thefts in the area, at least not alone. “They would need to have some kind of vehicle for that,” Davis said. In addition to the State Farm burglary, three air conditioner condensers were reported taken on Saturday from Home Health Hospice at 1315 S. Palestine St. The owner said the units had been replaced just eight months ago. Also on Saturday, officials of the Air Force Recruiting Office at 113 S. Murchison St. told police that criminal mischief had been done to the back door of

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TVCC sophomore Shannon Smith celebrates with head coach Elena Lovato after the Lady Cardinals won the NJCAA Women’s National Championship Saturday with a win over Central Arizona. Smith was named the tournament’s MVP.

Title town Sevens are wild as Lady Cards claim crown again By Joe Elerson STAFF WRITER

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SALINA, Kan. — If there was one thing that stood out on Trinity Valley Community College’s road to its seventh NJCAA women’s national title on Saturday night, it was one particular number. Seven. First-year head coach Elena Lovato’s Lady Cardinals won the seventh women’s basketball national title in school history over the Central Arizona Vaqueras, 83-71, at the Bicentennial Center on Kurt Budke Court. It was the Lady Cards’ second title in as many years.

The Lady Cards also had their seventh player claim tournament MVP honors in sophomore Shannon Smith, who scored 14 points in the championship game. Lovato ran her head coaching record to 77-7 overall. Oh, by the way, the game started as 7 p.m. Smith joins Shalonda Ennis (1994), Jennifer Sposato (1996), Betty Lennox (1997), Yalika Barnes (1999), Yolanda Jones (2004) and Keuna Flax (2012) as Lady Cards who have won tournament MVP honors.

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“There is so much more going with this whole story,” Lovato said after the win. “I feel like the whole “Chasing Seven” thing was special and then we played the game at 7 p.m. and someone told me that my heading coaching record is 77-7. I almost feel like we were supposed to have had that forfeit so we could end the year with a bunch of seven’s ...” The No. 1 ranked team in the land and the No. 1 seed in the tournament finished the year with a 36-1 record. TVCC’s only loss came via a forfeit to Weatherford after the team was not able to field a starting five for their game.

Mabank Police Officer Mike Garner died from apparent natural causes Monday morning, according to Mabank Police Chief Kyle McAfee. McAfee said Garner did not show up for work on Monday, which was very unusual for him not to notify someone. He Garner said the police went to his home, and found him. Chief McAfee said “Officer Garner had not been feeling well, not with anything serious, like a cold or alergies.” Garner had been a familiar face around Cedar Creek Lake since the mid 1980s. He started his law enforcement career in Duncanville in 1979. In the early 1980s, he moved to Henderson County to take the role of Texas Alcohol, Beverage Control officer. Following his stint with TABC, he was with Gun Barrel City Police Department. Garner moved to the Mabank Police Department in 2000. Garner was reassigned as Mabank Independent School District resource officer in 2004. McAfee said he worked very closely with the school. Garner had been teaching a class on law enforcement at Mabank ISD. McAfee posted a message on the Mabank Police Department Facebook page that said, “Mike was very knowledgeable in the law-enforcement field, and was instrumental in the schools. Please keep him and his family in your prayers.” “He was my son's favorite teacher,” said Ruth van der Plaus, who's son, Oliver, was a student of Garner’s. “Oliver is very upset. He just couldn't believe it.” Funeral arrangements are pending with Eubanks Funeral Home in Mabank.

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Keep Athens Beautiful will honor youth and educators through Ruthe Jackson Youth Leadership Awards and Sadie Ray Graff Awards. See story on Page 3A.

Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness? — 2 Corinthians 6:14

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FIVE-DAY FORECAST TEXAS CITIES TODAY

HIGH:

57°

Sunny.

TONIGHT

LOW: 35° Clear and cold.

WEDNESDAY 68°/48° Partly sunny and warmer.

THURSDAY

64°/54° Pleasant with a blend of sun and clouds.

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Cloudy with a thunderstorm possible.

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7:19 a.m. 7:39 p.m. 7:17 p.m. 6:36 a.m.

MOON PHASES

73°/59° Mostly cloudy with a thunderstorm possible.

Full Mar 27

Last Apr 2

New Apr 10

First Apr 18

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REGIONAL FORECAST Dallas

Terrell

58/39

Mineola

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56/33

Gilmer

55/33 Kaufman

Canton

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56/33

Athens

Ennis

Tyler

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Malakoff

Corsicana

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Frankston

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Dawson

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Fairfield

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Jacksonville

Palestine

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Rusk

Mexia

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Groesbeck

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NATIONAL CITIES Today Hi/Lo/W 64/42/s 21/1/pc 48/31/pc 48/34/pc 48/32/pc 49/28/pc 45/33/pc 58/38/c 40/29/sf 56/35/pc 42/28/sf 42/29/s 40/29/sf 81/69/pc 36/28/pc 79/59/pc 52/30/s 68/52/pc

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On March 26, 1660, John Hull of Boston recorded a snowstorm that was the worst of the year. New England colonists learned that wintry weather could last into spring.

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A: March through June.

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Jules Wayne White Athens– Funeral services for Wayne White, 79, of Athens, are scheduled for 10 a.m., Wednesday, March 27, 2013 at the Hannigan Smith Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Terry Thomison officiating. Burial will follow at Athens Cemetery. Mr. White passed away on Saturday, March 23, 2013 in Tyler. Jules Wayne White was born Dec. 19, 1933 in Marshall, the son of Louis White and Johnnie Mae Sanders White White. He was a simple, Christian man who enjoyed life. He loved doing yard work, and spending time in the outdoors. He was a loving father, brother and grandfather. He was a giving soul, helping raise his grandchildren. He will be missed by all he knew and loved. Wayne was preceded in death by his parents, his loving wife Billie Jo White and his sister Melba Winkles. He is survived by: his two sons, Wayne White of Dallas, Morris White and wife Kelly of Athens; two brothers, Charles White and wife Sandy of Friendswood, “Doc” White and wife Janet of Plano; three grandchildren, Ashley White, Danielle Meaux, Lisa White and four great-grandchildren. Visitation will be Tuesday evening, March 26, 2013 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., at the Hannigan Smith Funeral Home in Athens. Arrangements were entrusted to the Hannigan Smith Funeral Home of Athens. You may light a candle or write condolences to Mr. White’s family at: www.hannigansmith.com

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Ruby Lorea Taylor Ruby Lorea Taylor of Kemp passed away on March 21, 2013 in Athens at the age of 69. Ruby was born in Childress on June 12, 1943 to Barney and Ruby Foley. She is survived by her husband Carl Taylor, son David Dean Lovelady, daughters Tonda Annette Lovelady, Joy LeAndra Neal, Gwen and husband Rich Dowdy, grandchildren Bobby, Dwayne and Jimmy Taylor Lovelady, Misty Rangel, Gary Wilson, Christina Lorenn Fitzgerald, Stephani and Trey Neal, Bailey and Dowdy, five great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents Barney and Ruby Foley. Visitation was on Sunday, March 24, 2013 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Huckabee/Tomlinson Funeral Home in Seven Points. Service followed at 4 p.m. The Rev. Wayne Pitchford officiated Pallbearers were Bobby Lovelady, Dwayne Lovelady, Jimmy Lovelady, Trey Neal, Butch Taylor and J. T. Bane.

Mary Luta Thomas Mary Luta Thomas, 102, passed away from this life on March 21, 2013 in Malakoff. Visitation will be Sunday, March 24, 2013 at 1 p.m. at the Huckabee-Tomlinson Funeral Home chapel. Service will start at 2 p.m. in the chapel with the Rev. Casey Perry officiating.

Lawsuit sets up test of Texas gun range law Associated Press KAUFMAN, Texas — A pending lawsuit could be the first test of a two-yearold Texas law that's supposed to limit suits against outdoor gun ranges. The Dallas Morning N e w s (http://dallasne.ws/101Dl Sq ) reports that a lawsuit filed by Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland alleges that county residents near a range operated by a former Army Ranger are "in immediate risk." The range was shut down after the DA obtained a temporary injunction. Adam Morgan, who did

Yesteryear March 26, 1993 • Annissa Boyd and Alma Thomas are on their way to Washington, D.C. to participate in national competit of the Future Business Leaders of America. Boyd won first place in Community Service Porject and thomas won second place in the job Description Manual Division. • Members of the Athens Municipal Water Authority are expected to meet with residents of Lake Athens at Lake Athens tonight about concerns over the Texas FRreswater Fisheries Center to be constructed near the lake. • Logan Mauk has been selected kindergarten Student of the Week at Bel Air Elementary. Hillary Regester has been name first grade Student of the Week at Bel Air. • Four sales associates of Century 21 Tumlinson Realty have been recognized as members of the 1992 Million Dollar based on gross closed commissions. The four asre Nell Velvin, Carolyn Vaughn, Jennette King and Patsy Ridgeway. • An Athens man reported he and his dog were nearly run over while walking in Athens at about 6:30 p.m. Wednesday. Athens Police Department patrolmen identified a youth believed to be the driver of a pickup truck involved in the incident, and was cited for no driver’s license and running a stop sign.

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tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, opened the range on 100 acres of land. He's fighting the DA's suit. A trial is set for September. It could impact how courts interpret a law designed to prevent nuisance suits against outdoor gun ranges, which often draw complaints from neighbors over noise and safety. Kaufman is 33 miles southeast of Dallas.

Windy weekend leaves reminder throughout the area helped bring down the tree into Hall's front yard. The falling tree struck his house in only one spot, he said. The National Weather Service reported wind gusts around 40 miles per hour for much of Sunday morning.

From Staff Reports CORSICANA DAILY SUN

Corsicana — Gilbert Hall said his son had told him a year ago he needed to remove a tree along the sidewalk in front of his house on West Third Avenue. Mother Nature helped take care of that task Sunday. Gusty winds prevelant

New affirmative action case at Supreme Court illegal under Supreme Court rulings from the late 1960s and early 1980s that prohibit placing special burdens on minority groups that want to bring about changes in laws and policies. The court said that forcing opponents of the ban to mount their own long, expensive campaign through the ballot box to protect affirmative action amounts to different, and unequal, treatment. That burden "undermines the Equal Protection Clause's guarantee that all citizens ought to have equal access to the tools of political change," the court said. By way of example, the court said that children of university alumni remain free to lobby lawmakers and university officials to adopt policies to take family ties into account in admissions. The 6th Circuit divided along ideological lines, with its more liberal judges in the majority. Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette asked the Supreme Court to review the 6th Circuit's ruling. "Entrance to our great colleges and universities must be based upon merit, and I remain optimistic moving forward in our fight for equality, fairness and rule of law at our nation's highest court," Schuette said Monday. In the Texas case, a white student who was denied admission to the University of Texas is suing to overturn the school's use of race among many factors to fill out its incoming freshman classes. The bulk of the slots go to Texans who graduated in the top 10 percent of their high school classes. The Michigan case is Schuette v. Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, 12-682.

Associated Press WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court is broadening its examination of affirmative action by adding a case about Michigan's effort to ban consideration of race in college admissions. The justices already were considering a challenge to the University of Texas program that takes account of race, among many factors, to fill remaining spots in its freshman classes. The Texas case has been argued, but not yet decided. The court on Monday said it would add the Michigan case, which focuses on the 6-year-old voter-approved prohibition on affirmative action and the appeals court ruling that overturned the ban. The new case will be argued in the fall. A decision in the Texas case is expected by late June. The dispute over affirmative action in Michigan has its roots in the 2003 Supreme Court decision that upheld the use of race as a factor in university admissions. That case concerned the University of Michigan law school. In response to the court's 5-4 decision in that case, affirmative action opponents worked to put a ballot measure in front of voters to amend the state constitution to outlaw preferential treatment on the basis of race and other factors in education, as well as government hiring and contracting. In November 2006, 58 percent of Michigan voters approved the measure. Civil rights groups sued to block the provision the day after the vote. In November, the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals voted 8-7 to invalidate the ban as it applies to college admissions. It did not address hiring or contracting. The appeals court said the constitutional amendment is

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Keep Texas Beautiful to honor youth, educators Special to the Review

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Jason Ellis of the Texas Forest Service and Keep Athens Beautiful celebrated Arbor Day at the Athens Intermediate School last week. Students in the 5th grade participated in Trees are Terrific Poster Contest and the winners were announced last week. All students at Athens Intermediate School went home with a tree to plant. Pictured: back row, is Linda Kenneaster, Keep Athens Beautiful board member, and Jason Ellis of the Texas Forest Service, along with Charlie Gutierrez, Leslie Martinez, Ale Pedroza and Monna Monterlegre.

Conservation program deadline nears Special to the Review USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) District Conservationist Julie Moore reminds agriculture producers that the second ranking period cut-off date for the Environmental Quality Incentives Program (EQIP) is April 19. Producers interested in EQIP should submit applications to the Henderson County and Van Zandt County NRCS offices by the deadline so their applications can be considered during the second ranking period of 2013. EQIP — one of the largest programs in the Farm Bill — is a voluntary con-

servation program that promotes environmental quality and assists producers to meet local, state and federal regulations. “EQIP is a valuable tool to help Henderson and Van Zandt Counties’ agricultural producers implement conservation practices that that provide environmental benefits to help sustain agricultural operations,” said Moore, district conservationist in Henderson County. EQIP is a continuous sign-up program that allows landowners or operators to apply for financial and technical assistance for the application of specific conservation practices; but the deadline

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Not happy with the man I married Chicken Soup for the Soul Making friends Annie’s with my kitchen Mailbox

Dear Annie: When I married three years ago, my hubby and I were best friends. Then his mother moved to town, and everything went downhill. My in-laws disrespected and trashed my rental home. I was hurt that they would do this, because I was extremely nice and financially generous to them. Ever since, she has been working to turn everyone against me, including my husband. If he doesn’t do what she wants, she makes him feel guilty. She has put so many nasty ideas into his head that he has turned into a different person. It’s not only her. His entire family is selfish, uneducated and manipulative, and they have a very “macho” mentality. I don’t much care for this new version of the man I married. Do I give him time and hope he changes back? Or is this simply who he was all along and I was wrong about him? -- Beth in Baltimore Dear Beth: We think this is the version of your husband that is most familiar to him. When he is around his family, he reverts to type. It doesn’t mean he can’t behave differently if he

is motivated enough, but he has to recognize the family dynamic and assert himself. It may require spending less time around his relatives, and he may be unwilling to do that. The real question is whether he likes being the guy he is now or wants to be the man you married. Talk to him about it, and if necessary, get counseling. Dear Annie: When company comes and snacks are put out, I always include a small spoon so that treats like candy and nuts can be removed without a person touching the entire contents. But many guests don’t get the point. One person came in saying he had been suffering from the flu and was still feeling under the weather, so we should keep our distance. He then proceeded to pick through the nut bowl, even though there was a la-

dle in it. I threw the rest of the nuts in the trash and hoped other guests hadn’t been contaminated. Please remind people that their hands don’t belong in a shared bowl unless they’ve just scrubbed for surgery. Thanks. -Staying Healthy Dear Healthy: Many people, sick or well, don’t consider that sticking their fingers into a shared bowl of snacks can transmit the germs on their hands to the next person. (So can a frequently handled serving piece.) You can ask your guests to please use the serving pieces because it’s cold and flu season, etc., but some folks will pay no attention. Another option is to serve snacks that do not require that your guests reach into the same receptacle. Dear Annie: I started to cry when I read the letter from “Heartbroken in New York,” whose husband drank. I made the choice to end my marriage of 21 years because I could no longer take the Jekyll and Hyde man I was married to. Nothing I did was “right.” I was “boring and unspontaneous.” The truth was, I was being sensible.

He would drink, decide I was dull and then leave to go to a bar. Many of our fights were because I hid the car keys from him. Eventually, he stopped coming home and went directly to the bar. I finally asked him to leave and not return unless he agreed to counseling. It was then that he admitted he is gay. I was relieved. I thought he would be happier now that he was being honest. But he is the same mean jerk to his partner, and he is still drinking. I now wish I had left him years before. I did an injustice to my kids by exposing them to his verbal abuse for so long. It’s better to be alone than to have someone who treats you like this. -The Grass Is Greener Annie’s Mailbox is written by Kathy Mitchell and Marcy Sugar, longtime editors of the Ann Landers column. Please email your questions to anniesmailbox@comcast.net, or write to: Annie’s Mailbox, c/o Creators Syndicate, 737 3rd Street, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254. To find out more about Annie’s Mailbox and read features by other Creators Syndicate writers and cartoonists, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com.

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By Dana Hinders “Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.” — Harriet van Horne ————— A mother cooks for her family. ————— If you asked my son what his mom does best, you’d probably get an answer that relates to cooking. When his kindergarten teacher had the kids draw pictures of their moms as part of a Mother’s Day gift, he drew me in the kitchen baking a birthday cake. For about six months, he kept inviting all of the neighborhood children over to sample my banana bread muffins -- even on the days when I hadn’t actually baked any muffins for breakfast! I have a note taped to my refrigerator that says: “Deer Mom. Yor fud is gud.” If you happened to ask me what I thought I did best, cooking would be pretty far down the list. Growing up, I viewed cooking as something hopelessly old-fashioned and not relevant to the life of the modern working woman. When I moved into my first apartment, I memorized the pizza delivery guy’s phone number. Until we started having trouble coming up with money to pay all our bills, I figured restaurant meals were a well-deserved reward at the end of a long day. Why slave over a hot stove when Visa and MasterCard can come to your rescue? Now I cook from necessity. Hungry family + tight budget = being forced to become friends with my kitchen. When I made my son’s birthday cake, it was because I didn’t have the cash for a fancy bakery cake. When I made the muffins, it was because throwing away all the overripe bananas seemed like a ridiculous waste given our rather limited grocery budget. The meal that inspired the note on the refrigerator was actually an invented dish made from leftovers and random cans of stuff from my pantry. One day, after getting particularly frustrated in the kitchen by a recipe that wouldn’t turn out right and a family that wanted food NOW, I decided to ask my son why he thought his mom was such a good cook. He thought about it for a while, furrowing his forehead as if I had asked him to find the solution to world peace. “Because you love us,” he finally said as he reached over to give me a kiss on the cheek. Yup. That works for me.

WWE helps launch Superstars for Sandy Relief Associated Press NEW YORK — WWE is joining with New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Hollywood celebrities and professional athletes to launch Superstars for Sandy Relief. Fans can bid on hundreds of items in an online auction, including attending a NASCAR race with WWE superstar John Cena, meeting Tyra Banks on the set of “America’s Next Top Model,” or pitching entrepreneurial ideas to Mark Cuban. The auction began March 25 and closes April 9 on charitybuzz.com. Paul Levesque, executive vice president of talent and live events, better known in the ring as Triple H, says he can’t think of a better way to celebrate WWE’s annual WrestleMania event than using the group’s global reach to assist those in need. Wrestlemania will be held April 7 at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. “It’s like a homecoming for us, and since there’s still a lot of devastation, we felt the best thing we could do is reach out to not only our own superstars to our celebrity contacts and our sports contacts. There’s a lot of people that are fans of the WWE in those worlds,” Levesque said.

Prep 15 mins. Cook 2 hrs. Ready in 8 hrs 15 mins. Servings: 6 Ingredients: 1 (5 pound) chuck roast 1 cup barbeque sauce 1 cup teriyaki sauce 1 (12 fluid ounce) can or bottle beer 3 teaspoons minced garlic 3 teaspoons thinly sliced fresh ginger root 1 onion, finely chopped 3 teaspoons coarsely ground black pepper 2 teaspoons salt

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Directions: In a large bowl, mix barbeque sauce, teriyaki sauce, beer, garlic, ginger, onion, black pepper, and salt. Place the roast into the marinade, cover and refrigerate for six hours, turning often. Preheat an outdoor grill for indirect heat. Remove the roast from the marinade, and pour the marinade into a saucepan. Bring to a boil, and cook for 5 minutes. Set aside for use as a basting sauce. Thread the roast onto a rotating barbecue spit above indirect heat. Cook the roast for two hours, or until the internal temperature of the roast is at least 145 degrees F (63 degrees C). Baste often during the last hour with reserved marinade.

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Teen qualifies for pageant Special to the Review Alexander Rochelle Paradis, 17, from Mabank has been chose as a State Finalist in the National American Texas Teen Pageant to be held on July 28-29, 2013 at the InterContinental, Dallas, Tx. The pageant is held or girls ages 16 to 18. The winner of the pageant will receive $1000 cash award, the official crown and banner, a bouquet of roses, and air transportation to compete in the national pageant at Disneyland in California. Pageants are held for girls ages four to eighteen, in five ager groups. The National American Miss Pageants are dedicated to celebrating American’s greatness and encourages its future leaders. Each year, the pageant awards thousands in scholarships and prizes to recognize and assist in the development of young women nationwide. All activities are age-appropriate and

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friends.’ Emphasis is placed on the importance of gaining self-confidence, learning new skills, learning good attitudes about competition, and setting and achieving personal goals. The pageant seeks to recognize the accomplishments of each girl while encouraging her to set goals for the future. Miss Paradis’s activities include drill team. She also enjoys spending times with friends and family, being a believer, photography, thrift shopping, working out and staying healthy (her workouts include dancing), music and last but not least life. Miss Paradis’s sponsors include Arizona Charlie’s Bingo, AVON (Sherry Whatley) and Parents Veronica Paradis and Robert Donaghey.

Lawsuit sets up test of Texas gun range law Associated Press KAUFMAN, Texas — A pending lawsuit could be the first test of a two-year-old Texas law that's supposed to limit suits against outdoor gun ranges. The Dallas Morning News reports that a lawsuit filed by Kaufman County District Attorney Mike McLelland alleges that county residents near a range operated by a former Army Ranger are "in immediate risk." The range was shut down after the DA obtained a temporary injunction. Adam Morgan, who did tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, opened the range on 100 acres of land. He's fighting the DA's suit. A trial is set for September. It could impact how courts interpret a law designed to prevent nuisance suits against outdoor gun ranges, which often draw complaints from neighbors over noise and safety. Kaufman is 33 miles southeast of Dallas.

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Students from Athens Christian Preparatory Academy recently enjoyed a science field trip to the new Perot Museum in Victory Park in Downtown Dallas. The Perot museum uses unique hands-on exhibits to teach all aspects of science. Pictured are (back) Alexa Koerth, Casey Clark, Micah Santelli, (front) Luke Williams, Rachel Benson and Christian Kocian.

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gorgeous waterfront lot on Callendar Lake w/56ʼ ftg on wide open water. This getaway is a “work in progress”, but is located next to the Hickory Hills private park. $79,500. Gated community on 360 ac spring-fed lake. DUNNʼS TRAIL – 3.03 wooded acres w/359ʼ waterfront on Toler Lake in exclusive Safari Waters Ranch Subdivision. 3 community lakes, RV Park, gorgeous brick home on a rolling lot w/ home on apex of hill looking down the length of Toler Lake. 3BR/3B w/1,000 sf second floor for kids & guests. $539,500 6030 DORSEY LANE – 2BR/2B home w/1,465 sf on apprx 1.5 acres w/Lake Athens waterfront (channel). Bring an offer! $240,000 6118 PENINSULA CIRCLE – Rare find! Waterfront lot on Lake Athens at an affordable price w/67ʼ of water frontage. Price reduced to $65,000! SAFARI SHORES – 197ʼ of water frontage on Safari Lake in restricted Safari Waters Ranch. 1.28 acres w/majestic pines & great bldg site. $125,000 LAKE PALESTINE WATERVIEW – Choice wooded lot in fantastic Cumberland Ridge. $15,500 FABULOUS LAKEFRONT LOT on Lake Palestine! Discover the renowned Cumberland Ridge Addition & this tree-covered homesite w/apprx. 80ʼ lake frtge. $148,500 3733 CR 4806 – Affordable lake living! 3BR/2B log home w/3045 sf, 65ʼ waterfront w/boathouse & 16x50 workshop. Price Reduced to $260,000! 2 WATERFRONT LOTS located on quiet channel/cove. Established neighborhood of Impala Point. Retaining wall in place w/sidewalk edging. Wooded & sloping, city sewer & water available. $22,999/each 5375 IMPALA SOUTH – Lake Athens Treasure! Impeccably maintained, this spacious 3BR/3B is truly a home of character & quality. Liv area w/wbfp & expansive sunrm help make this ideal for family gatherings. Natural wood canopy covers the lndscpd bckyrd as it merges w/beautiful Lake Athens. At the water, there is a retaining wall, deck & boatdock. Owner is motivated! $319,500 LT 79, WATERS EDGE – 1.802 acres inside gate w/view of main lake, 219ʼ frontage on Saddle Ridge, fronts private lake in back w/huge trees. Superb building site. Price Reduced to $45,000! Owner says sell! ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE HOME on Lake Athens. 5421Impala Point. Total “lakey” Colorado feel w/great wbfp, 4BR/3.5B, vaulted ceilings, hardwood floors, huge deck w/wbfp, screened-in porch boathouse w/auto lift, landscaped & spr system. A must see! Price Reduced to $397,500! AFFORDABLE LAKE RETREAT on Lake Athens. Great waterfront lot w/significant lake frontage w/400 sf metal bldg, bumper-pull trailer & plenty of room for boathouse! $115,000. 6534 CRESTVIEW - Rustic surroundings & expanded deck w/fabulous view of Lake Athens. Unique & charming, this 3BR/2BR home on 4 lots offers the utmost in a relaxing getaway. Addition has only private access to Lake Athens w/its private boat launch & park. Price Reduced to $137,000! 11285 WEST LAKE, Echo Lake –4BR/2B brick home – furnished & remodeled in ʼ07, new kitchen w/granite & cabinets, LR w/wbfp w/ornate mantel & all new flooring. Boat & motor included. Price Reduced to $249,000!! HUGE OPEN WATER – Recently renovated 2-story home w/mother-in-law apartment, 2 kitchens, upstairs loft, boathouse w/deck and watercraft lift and many extras. Reduced to $689,000! 8014 BLUEBIRD – 3 wtrfront lots on big water w/2,000+ sf home, pines, oaks, plenty of space, 3BR/2B, detached 2 car garage, sep wrkshp w/elec, pier & 200+ wtr ftg. A bargain on Lake Athens! $299,950 WATERFRONT 2.58 ACRES on Lake Athens. Rare find @ $72,000! 267ʼ of wtr frontage, heavily wooded driveway & some utilities. 2177 ROSE POINT, Lake Athens – Unparalleled beauty & quality on 1.878 acres w/4BR/4.5B, main liv area w/wbfp, 18ʼ ceilings, fml din area, study, den w/wbfp & approximately 193ʼ of lake ftg, gated community. $699,000 131ʼ WATERFRONT LOT on Safari Lake in prestigious Safari Waters Ranch. 1.2 ac lot w/great bldg site. Price Reduced to $77,900! 2.32 ACS- Most wood w/boat slip on Cedar Creek Lake. Only $59,900 THE BLUFFS @ CEDAR CREEK LAKE- 1.60 acres with 129ʼ frontage on Cedar Creek-Super building site! IMPALA SOUTH– Glorious waterfront home w/4BR/4FB & 2HB, wide open spaces for entertaining indoors and out. Great lake location! $899,000 5498 BAYSHORE DRIVE – 4BR/4.5B w/2 car garage, 140ʼ ftg on Lake Athens and bthse w/lift. Ideal lakefront living! $394,500

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New-7837 Double Oaks $549,500 3/2.5/2 Beautiful Lake Athens home w/ 2,148 sq. ft. & 190' of water front on deep open water. Guest house or studio, & workshop, all on an acre.

New-1125 Hillside Dr. $179,900 in Cedar Bend 3/2/2 Spacious home w/ 1,844 sq. ft. Open floor plan w/cathedral ceilings in Living, Kitchen w/bar, sunroom & landscaped yard w/ deck.

Reduced-5410 Bayshore Dr. $289,000 2/2 home w/ 1,677 sq.ft. Updated home with open concept, 2 living areas, large deck, boathouse w/ lift, shop/storage & park like setting.

299 St. Andrews $995,000 4/4.5/4 All the amenities w/ 5,991 sq. ft. overlooking 15th green & lake views, kitchen w/ island, custom home theater, pool & waterfalls!

7445 Waters Edge $398,000 Custom 4/3/2 waterfront home w/ 2,638 Sq. Ft. with guest quarter. 75 ' of waterfront, exceptional quality home on 1.2 acres in Safari Waters.

5427 Brown's Landing-Lake Palestine. 4/3/3 w/ 3,883 sq. ft. $695,000 Exquisite home w/ 100 ft waterfront, chef's kitchen, wall of windows, bonus room, boathouse

6385 CR 3710 $169,900 w/ 2,585 sq. ft. 4/2.5/2 located on 3.311 acres. Private entry office w/ fireplace, Pella windows, wood floors, fenced yard & shade trees.

6904 Scott St. $269,000 Great / 3/2/2 w/ Boathouse w/ lifts, lake pump, sprinklers. & 150' waterfront. Home has 2 living areas, WBFP, covered RV parking, & workshop. Great buy!

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College Station Family or studen rental avaiable 8/1/2013,4BR/3BA super house in grea neighborhood, 10 min from A&M campus & new hospital. Brick, 2 car garage, sprinkle system, granite counter tops, garde tub in master BR walk-in closets. $1600 month, $1600 deposi Call Palestine owne 903-723-6571

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B Real Estate Homes/ For Rent 5783 Eastridge, (Suncrest Add) Lg 3/2/2 Brick, bonus room, FP, lg fenced backyard, $1100 month, $600 Dep. 1 yr lease, 903-681-1566 ATHENS, Brick duplex 2/1/1, nice quiet area, CH/A, DW, W/D connections, $650 month, $500 deposit, Also, EUSTACE, 2/2 w/office. 2 storage blds, fenced yard, CH/A, WBFP, $825 month & $800 dep. 214-763-5266 Brick Duplex 2/1, carport, appl., patio, fenced yard. $695 mo + deposit. (903)286-4555 Home For Rent In Dogwood Edition, 3/2 brick home, fenced yard, lg closets, Jacuzzi, hot tub, deck, 2 car garage. $1200 month (903) 681-3316

ERRORS RESPONSIBILITY The Athens Daily Review does not assume any responsibility for an ad beyond the cost of an ad itself. We are responsible only for the first incorrect insertion of an ad. Advertisers are advised to check their ad immediately after it appears in the paper and report at once any error found. Claims for error adjustment must be made immediately after ad is published. OMISSION OF ADS The Athens Daily Review shall not be liable for any damages or loss that might accrue from errors or omissions in advertisements as printed in excess of the amount charged therefore. In the event of non-publication of copy furnished, no liability shall exist on the part of The Athens Daily review, except that no charge shall be made therefore. Country Home for rent 2 Bdrm, 1 Ba house, large carport with storage. Virginia Hill Church area. CR 4613 Call 903-6751627 $625 a month

Duplex 103 Hillcres $750 mo., $700 dep call (903)675-9181 ex 0 for details. Large 3 bdrm., 2 ba brick home. 213 Craig. No smoking $875 mo. $400 damage deposit 903 477-3113 Tranquil lake living in Park Harbor 3/2 prefer mature couple non smoking, no pets $850 mo. $850 dep Call Cindy 972-978 6630

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Apartments Duplex, fenced, 2 bdrm., 1 ba., $500 mo., $400 dep. (will work with) Ideal for students 402 W. Larkin No pets non smoking. (903)6815717 Efficiency Studio, all bills paid, $99 Moves You In. (903)675-5422 Lamplighter Apts. 2/1, stove, refrigerator, dishwasher & CH/A. Water, sewer & garbage paid No Pets $450 mo. 903-5492939

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Room for Rent ALL BILLS PAID includes cable, access to washer/ dryer, phone, kitchen, bath, furnished. Quiet older home 903-677-6828

General Help Wanted TexStop Convenience Stores Athens & Eustace, are seeking qualified candidates for P/T Cashiers. We offer flexible hours & work around your schedule. Bilingual a plus. Pick up application TexStop in Athens or Eustace or fax resume 903723-2950 or apply online at www.kimscstores.com

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Experienced Production Assistant Manager for Equipment Manufacturer Must be able to weld, manage multiple projects and supervise employees. Apply in person or mail resume to Mud Technology International Inc. 2610 Hwy 31 West Athens, Texas 75751 NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE

Journeyman plumber needed to start immediately. Salary based on experience. 903-8741168

Small engine technician needed, must have own tools. Position is for chain saws & trimmers. Apply in person, 304 Madole St

Green Oaks Health & Rehab Now offering $1000 sign-on bonus for CNA’s. All shifts available, great benefits also available including insurance & paid time off Apply in person at 500 Valle Vista. 903-677-3434 Immediate opening for truck Dispatcher. Local trucking company that has been in business over 40 years needs a truckload dispatcher. Must have truckload dispatch experience in local and long-haul. Be able to communicate with drivers and customers in a polite and courteous manner. Must be a team player and be able to get along with all team members. Please send resume to Dispatcher PO Box 1356 Corsicana, TX 75151 Insurance4u4Less.com, file

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Kennel tech, dependable, good w/animals, apply Morton Small Animal Clinic, 1404 E Tyler. No phone calls. Notice Malakoff ISD is seeking a Bus Driver. Bus driving experience with a CDL required, must pass criminal history and be fingerprinted. Also school bus endorsement with air brakes as well as passenger endorsement. Salary is $13.64/ hourly. Contact Malakoff ISD Administration Office 903-489-1317 for an application.

Station for lease. Lots of walk-ins. Classy Cuts 600 block of Palestine 903-6772466 Temp Purchasing Clerk - Trinidad Computer literate w/MS Office ExcellentWritten/Oral Comm. 1-3 yrs. Office Exp Pref, HS Diploma/GED,Valid TX DL Req. $10-12/hr DOQ www.trwd.com

Texas Cash Pawn is now hiring for Athens & GBC locations. Experienced Sales People $9/hr. Apply in person: 300 West Corsicana, Athens

Medical Pool Cleaners needed. Advancement opportunities. Call (903)880-3952 POYNOR COMMUNITY WATER SUPPLY CORPORATION is taking applications for System Operator’s Position. Must have or be willing to obtain a Class C groundwater license. Please mail resumes to: PCWSC P. O. Box 228 Poynor TX 75782

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Hay For Sale Coastal Bermuda & Jiggs Sprigs Dug fresh to order, custom planting avail. (903)724-3868 or (903)724-9778 Hay - Fertilized net wrapped round bales Coastal Bermuda $50. Call (903)316-9632

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Misc Items Wanted Misc Merchandise (2) aluminum windows w/screens 29.5x60in $15ea; New 20pc 3/4 inc Schedule 40 PVC pipe w/bell connector 20ft long $4.50 ea.; New 12ton hydraulic bottle jack 9-18in lift $35; Ricoh AFS camera w/case & instructions good cond. $10; Like new Nikon 35mm camera w/case $195; Radio Shack Pro 50, 20 channel police scanner $15; 8 tires $5 each (2) P195/75/R14 (2) P185/65/R15 (4) P215/70/R14 Ken (903)338-2333 444 International Diesel tractor w/front end loader $6500, 6ft disc, spray rig, 6 way blade, 2 weeder rear end, 9ft sickle mower, 500 gal plastic water storage tank, old hog trailer, 14ft aluminum craft boat w/dilly tilt trailer $700, 1988 F250 4wd off road truck $1500, antique, 37ft 5th wheel Coachman $8000. Lincoln 200E welder on trailer $3000 Call (903)603-8361

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BY JACQUELINE BIGAR HAPPY BIRTHDAY for Wednesday, March 27, 2013: This year you will grow through handling negotiations and learning to accept that others also can be right. This process might be challenging at times, but your self-discipline will strengthen and you'll learn patience as a result. If you are single, the world is your oyster. You will meet the right person when you least expect it. If you are attached, the two of you will learn ways that allow both of you to be right. LIBRA has the same issues you do, but he or she makes different choices. ARIES (March 21-April 19) ####You have your hands full juggling different issues. Everyone has an opinion, and you seem to be the person who offers stability. Your resourcefulness finds ways to come to an agreement with which nearly everyone is content. Tonight: Don't lose your temper -- take a walk instead. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) ### You have a lot of ground to cover. Pressure builds, which creates more back-and-forth between you and someone else. You can't sit on your anger much longer, as it is likely to emerge, no matter what you do. Don't allow others' pressure to faze you. Tonight: Relax at home. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) #### You could feel pulled in two different directions. Your awareness of the different possibilities will help you decide. You might not get others' support for a decision, but follow through on it anyway -- you know what is best for you. Tonight: Spice up your life. CANCER (June 21-July 22) ##You are likely to feel the impact of today's Full Moon. Lie low if you can, as it will be more aggravating if you are out dealing with others. A loved one decides that it's his or her way or the highway. Know when to pull back and not get involved in a power struggle. Tonight: At home. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) ### You could feel unusually pressured by people seeking you out left and right. You might encounter the unexpected with a loved one. A partner suddenly could veer in a new direction. Avoid someone in your day-to-day life who often challenges you. Tonight:

Talk up a storm. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) ### Your spending could spiral out of control without self-discipline. Certain items might be too hard to pass up. Your creativity will emerge as you try to find a different way to get what you want without breaking the bank. Your fiery side emerges with a partner. Tonight: Plan on taking it easy. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) ##### You are full of energy, and seem to be the least affected by the Full Moon. Your ability to step in and make a situation work comes to the forefront. Unusual news from someone at a distance could have you pondering different possibilities. Tonight: Whatever makes you happy. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ## Much is going on behind the scenes. Every time you go off and try to do something, it seems as if you hit some kind of complication. Don't push to have your way. Do what you feel is necessary, and only that. You laugh, and someone will lighten up. Tonight: Off on your own. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) ### You see the value in nearly every suggestion or idea. The problem is deciding which one to choose when

there is so much focus on whose idea is right. Figure out what you want rather than what is most popular. Everything will work out. Tonight: Where friends are. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) ### Keep reaching out to someone you care about, even though this person often creates tension. A situation might force you to take the lead. Keep smiling and remain upbeat. You could be surprised by what is going on behind the scenes. Tonight: Could go late. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) #### You might want to detach, as it could be difficult to come to an agreement with someone who is determined to be right. Let different opinions come forward without taking any of them personally; otherwise, communication could take on a negative tone. Tonight: At a favorite spot. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) #### Deal with someone's need to be in control. A power play is best left alone. On a superficial level, this person might win. On a deeper level, however, victory will be yours. A friend suddenly could reverse direction or do something differently. Tonight: Be a team.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Old hospital zoning approved Community Calendar Thursday, March 28

By Rich Flowers NEWS EDITOR

The Athens City Council opened the door Monday for an assisted living and retirement housing facility to be constructed at the site of the old Henderson County Memorial Hospital. The council approved a site plan for the property at 405 Linsey St., and also agreed to change its zoning designation from office to Multi-Family Residential-5, Specific Use Provision, but not before the owner Babit, LLC made adjustments to the request it originally brought before the council Feb. 25. “What has changed my attitude about the whole thing is that the change has been made by those applying for this zoning,” Councilman Aubrey Jones said. “According to the wording of the ordinance, at least 80 percent of the residents of this facility must be 55 years of age or older.” The zoning ordinance passed Monday states that the city will grant Babit, LLC a Certificate of

cific-use permit attached. After a discussion, the council voted to return the matter to the Planning and Zoning Commission to add a specific use provision to the Multi-Family 5 designation. The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the change on March 19, and sent it back to the city council. By the time the matter came back before the council on Monday, plans to use the facility to house veterans had been scrapped. Ron Boone of Boone and Boone Construction said now that the zoning hurdle cleared, demolition of the property can begin soon, and construction could get underway in about six months. Hambrick, who was not present at the meeting Monday due to an injury, has estimated that the facility could eventually house up to 300 residents. The cost of gutting and rebuilding the structure that closed more than 25 years ago, and building the assisted living center will be $6 million to $7 million, Hambrick estimates.

Occupancy until Babit, LLC, receives approval from all federal, state and local authorities with jurisdiction over the property, includeing the Texas Department for Aging and Disability Services. The ordinance amending the zoning also states that the property shall not be used for a drug rehabilitation or mental-health facility. On Feb. 25, Babit owner Kevin Hambrick requested that the zoning on the property be changed from office to Multi-Family 5. Hambrick outlined his plans to remodel the property into a $50,000 square-foot assistedliving facility for male and female military veterans. The request raised questions from city officials at the meeting, and several citizens in the audience. City Administrator Pam Burton said the surrounding property owners had been given notice that the site was being rezoned as an assisted living facility before she was informed that it would be a facility for veterans. Burton said she would prefer for the property to be rezoned with a spe-

Henderson County Livestock Show results Breeding Beef Results American Breeding Beef Champion Jordyn Costlow American Reserve Breeding Beef Champion Gracey Pitchford English Breeding Beef Champion Brogan Rademacher Exotic Breeding Beef Champion Gentry Weatherford Exotic Breeding Beef Reserve Champion Seth Rimple Non-Registered Reserve Champion Kolby Sims Overall Breeding Beef Grand Champion Joydyn Costlow Overall Breeding Beef Reserve Champion Gracey Pitchford Senior Breeding Beef Showmanship Seth Rimplel Jordyn Costlow Presley Martin Matthew Carter Samantha Crocker Hunter Snow Junior Breeding Beef Showmanship Casey Pitchford Shae Rimpel Gracey Pitchford Laura Dyer

Sara Simpel Gentry Weatherford Boilers Cooper Norman Cooper Norman Jacob Cole Josee McNeece Austin McNeece Dakota Johnson Maci Mattingly Lymn Yosrk Casey Williams Kaden Martringly Shelby Massey Matthew Massey Magen Dalrymple Allie Dalrymple Peter Cole Maci Mattingly Allee Parker Kaden Mattingly Allee Parker Kaden Mattingly Allee Parker Project Show Sr. Grand Project Cole Surls Fire Pit Sr. Reservce Grand Champion Project, Cotton McCool,

Bench/Cooler Jr. Grand Champion Project, Hagen Dowell, Cooler Jr. Reserve Grand Champion Project, Brittney Baker, TV Console Dog Bed Jr. High Point Champions Grand High Point Wes Hustead Reserve Grand High Point Brooke Berry Sr. High Point Champion Grand High Point Makayla Arnold Reserve Grand High Point Brandon Adair Market Steer Show Class 1 Chad Tindel Emily Patton Kolby Sims Paden Quade MasonMikkelsen Wesley Jackson Christopher Childress Gracey Pitchford Wil Colman Brent Pryor Class 2 Claire Teague

Devin Carver Brady Alexander Chad Tindel Jhohn Teagu Cooper Bane Brooke Forester Cole Surls Luke Dingler Class 3 Taylor Davis, Grand Reserve Grant Hirsch Maleri McHam Madisyn Parker Seth Rimpel Jill Odom Madalyn Mikkelsen Kennedy Rogers Trey Hazelip Casey Pitchford Class 4 Breck Alexander Jordyn Costlow Haley Barnett Madalyn Mikkelsen Josh Odom Brooke Forester Paden Quade Lane Smith Sara Rimpel Blaine Brumfield

• Starting today and every Thursday at 9 a.m. a Line Dance class will be held at the Henderson County Senior Citizen Building, 3344 Hwy 31 East, Athens. Whether you would like to learn or you like to dance come out and join the group. It is a great form of exercise and a wonderful opportunity to meet new people. Wear comfortable shoes or sneakers and bring a water bottle. Cost is $5. For information please call 903-670-3324. • The Henderson County Beef Cattle Committee will present its annual Cattlemen’s Cow Calf Clinic at 3 p.m. at the Henderson County Regional Fair Park Complex. Cost of the event is $15, which includes a catered BBQ dinner and 1.5 CEUs which will be available for producers with pesticide applicator’s licenses. A number of local ag related vendors, financial institutions, and beef industry organizations will be on hand to assist local producers with questions or concerns as well as display their latest products. • Trinity Valley Community College will host a financial aid workshop from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. The event will take place inside the Student Success Center, which is located on the third floor of the Baugh Technology Center on the Athens campus. Staff from the college's financial aid department will be available to answer questions about financial aid and assist in filling out the 2013-14 FAFSA application. Those who attend should bring their 2012 tax return (students who are dependents should also bring their parents tax return). For more information about the workshop, contact the TVCC Financial Aid Office at 903-675-6233. • Members of Athens First United Methodist Church will present a Living Last Supper at 7 p.m. in the Church Activities Building. Those attending will sit in groups at tables, and take turns serving each other the Lord's supper.

Friday, March 29 A Good Friday program will be conducted at the Church of the Living God on U.S. Highway 175 in Athens at 7 p.m. It will be given by the Hosbilality. It will be an everlasting event in your life. All are welcome.

Saturday, March 30 • A giant flea market will be staged at 7 a.m. at 910 Needmore St. in Athens. Rental spaces are $25. Proceeds go to the scholarship fund. For more information about this event sponsored by the Fisher High Alumni Association, contact Barbara Handy at 903-880-7475 or Jimmie Johnson at 903-681-7574.

Sunday, March 31

APD Continued from 1A the building. A trailer was stolen from Cole Air Conditioning in the 600 block of North Palestine Street. Walmart contacted

Hoss Continued from 1A Clayton said. “ He’s a nice steer, a big-bodied and big muscled steer for his frame size.” Henderson County AgriLife Extension Agent Rick Hirsch said Davis was impressive in his first outing at the steer show. “Taylor did a super job,” Hirsch said. “It was a good show and a tough show.” Class I, the lightweight, was won by a 1,044-pound steer shown by Chad Tindel of Eustace FFA. Class II was taken by Claire Teague of Mabank FFA. The winner in Class IIII was last year’s grand champion Breck Alexander of Cayuga FFA. The sale on Saturday also brought big payoffs for the other Grand and Reserve Grand winners from the show. The following lists the entries and the payoff prices. • Grand Champion Market Hog — Luke Mills, LaPoynor FFA, $3,750 • Reserve Champion Market Hog — Josie Driskell, Malakoff FFA, $2,250 • Grand Champion

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APD Saturday night concerning a woman who had been detained at the store for shoplifting. Police arrested Eva Mildred Crutchfield, 31, for theft with two previous convictions. Crutchfield remained in jail Monday, with bond set at $5,000. Walmart also reported

organized retail theft on Sunday. At about 8 p.m., a store official told police of the incident, and gave a description of a vehicle that had been at the scene. A break-in at an attorney’s office in the 100 block of East Tyler Street was reported to police. A burglar apparently broke in through the front door,

and stole a computer monitor and keyboard. On Sunday night, America’s Best Value Inn in the 700 block of East Tyler Street reported another kind of theft. According to a store official, customers left without paying their bar tab. Police took a report of theft, $50 to $500.

Market Lamb — Samantha Woegerer, Cross Roads 4H, $2,500 • Reserve Champion Market Lamb — Makayla Arnold, Cross Roads FFA, $2,150 • Grand Champion Broiler — Cooper Norman, Cross Roads 4H, $2,500 • Reserve Champion Broiler — Cooper Norman, Cross Roads 4H, $1,500 • Grand Champion Fryer — Rance Pillans, LaPoynor FFA, $1,750 • Reserve Champion Fryer — Jarrett Riley, La Poynor FFA, $1,200 • Grand Champion Goat — Tyler Johnson, Horizon

4H, $2,500 • Reserve Champion Goat — Courtney Wilkins, Cayuga FFA. $2,000 • Grand Champion Yearling — Robert Maple, East Texas Young Riders, $1,500 • Reserve Champion Yearling — Robert Maple, East Texas Young Riders $1,000 • Grand Champion Shop

Project — Athens FFA, $2,250 • Reserve Champion Shop Project — Brownsboro FFA, $1,000 • Grand Champion Senior Project — Cole Surls and Colton Dowell, Cross Roads FFA, $1,500 • Grand Champion Junior Project — Hagen Dowell, Cross Roads FFA, $875

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WEEKLY BRIDGE QUIZ ANSWERS Q 1 - As South, vulnerable, you hold: ♠A85♥ 83♦AKJ74♣983

The bidding has proceeded:

SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST 1♦ Pass 1♠ Pass ?

What do you bid now?

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NORTH ♠KQ3 ♥ QJ8 ♦ A98 ♣ K 10 4 2 WEST ♠A52 ♥ K7652 ♦ 10 ♣9853

EAST ♠ 10 9 8 7 6 4 ♥ 10 9 4 ♦ 74 ♣76 SOUTH ♠J ♥ A3 ♦ KQJ6532 ♣AQJ

The bidding: SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST 1♦ Pass 2NT Pass 4♣ Pass 4♥ Pass 6♦ Pass Pass Pass

Opening lead: Nine of ♣ At duplicate pairs, declarer will go to great lengths to secure an overtrick, even to the extent of endangering the contract. The defenders will strive equally for an undertrick. This deal is from a National Open Pairs Championship. North’s jump to two notrump showed 13-15 points and a balanced hand. South’s four clubs was the Gerber Convention, asking for aces. When that located just one ace in partner’s hand, South settled in the small slam. Although six no trump could be claimed, South had no way to determine that 12 tricks were there for the taking, and so chose the safer

suit slam. Since leading from an honor was too risky, West chose to attack with a club. There were 12 fast tricks available — seven diamonds, four clubs and the ace of hearts. However, no duplicate maven would be satisfied by just taking 12 tricks when there was play for an overtrick. The simple way to 13 tricks was via the heart finesse after discarding the jack of spades on the long club. But declarer decided that it could do no harm to postpone the finesse as long as possible. Instead, South won the club in hand and ran all seven diamond tricks, discarding three spades and a heart from the table, followed by three more club tricks, ending in dummy — declarer coming down A 3 of hearts in hand and Q J in dummy. The question was whether to try the heart finesse or settle for 12 tricks. Although it was highly unlikely that West had come down to a bare king of hearts, declarer did not take into account West’s defensive skills. On the run of diamonds the defender casually discarded four hearts, a club and a spade and, when the last club was cashed, West tossed the ace of spades! Convinced that West’s last two cards were hearts, declarer thought the finesse could be taken safely. When it lost to the now bare king, West had a spade to cash for down one!

A - This is partly a matter of style. There are those who believe that you should not raise partner’s one-level response without four-card support. They will bid two diamonds and then have a problem if partner then bids two hearts. We do not like placing such a restriction on opener, and we would raise to two spades immediately. If there is a game in the hand, spades is the most likely strain. Q 2 - Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold: ♠KJ62♥ 964♦ AKQ4♣65

The bidding has proceeded:

SOUTH WEST NORTH EAST 1♦ 1♠ 2♥ Pass ?

hand is on the border between these two actions and, while we would force to game with the direct raise, we don’t fault you if you take the pessimistic view and bid two no trump. Q 4 - As South, vulnerable, you hold: ♠ Void ♥ 7 3 2 ♦ A 8 4 3 ♣ A Q 10 9 8 5

The bidding has proceeded:

NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST Dbl Rdbl Pass 1♣ ? Pass 1♠

What do you bid now?

A - Although you have only 10 high-card points, your hand is rich in playing potential. The way to advise your partner that you are interested in game at the very least, with the possibility of bigger things, is to cuebid two spades now. Do so. Q 5 - As South, vulnerable, you hold: ♠Void♥ KQ9♦ AKQ1054♣AQJ5

What is your opening bid?

A - We know you have an eight-card heart fit and would like to tell partner of it, but as dummy your hand might be worth only nine points because of the lead through your spade holding! Bid two no trump. Won’t you be thrilled with your choice should partner raise to three no trump?

A - If you play that all two-bids are forcing, you are way ahead of the game. Open two diamonds and rebid three clubs. If you play weak two-bids with two clubs as your only strong bid, opening two clubs and getting a two-diamond weakness response makes it difficult to manage your hand. Open one diamond, planning to jump shift in clubs at your next turn.

Q 3 - As South, vulnerable, you hold:

Q 6 - Neither vulnerable, as South, you hold:

♠ J 3 ♥ 10 5 4 ♦ 9 7 6 3 ♣ A J 9 2

♠A87♥ 52♦ AQ9♣AJ976

The bidding has proceeded:

The bidding has proceeded:

What do you bid now?

NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST 1♠ Pass 2♣ Pass 2♠ Pass ?

A - Partner’s reverse bid is forcing to two no trump or three of his first-bid suit. If you do not want to proceed beyond three of opener’s first-bid suit, bid two no trump now and pass should partner correct to three hearts. A direct raise to three hearts is game-forcing. Your

A - Your hand is far too strong for a jump to four spades. Start by bidding three diamonds, then raise spades at your next turn. Don’t worry about getting support for one of your minors. You can always correct to spades at the same level.

What do you bid now?

NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST 1♥ Pass 1NT Pass 2♠ Pass ?

What do you bid now?


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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Spring Open House

Workshop to be held at TFFC There will be a workshop held at the Texas Freshwater Fisheries Conservation Center that will focus on cattle production and feral hog control and how that relates to water quality. This is an important workshop because Catfish Creek has been impaired (polluted beyond limits for designated use) since 2006 for low levels of dissolved oxygen (important for fish) and since 2010 for high levels of bacteria. Catfish Creek designated uses are aquatic life use and recreation. This could become an important issue because about 8-13 years after a

stream is listed for impaired, law requires the state to take action to get that stream off the list, including regulation if necessary. Trinity Waters and Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service wants to raise awareness to this issue and engage landowners in the area to take proactive measure that can get this stream off the list. The workshop will be discussing a lot of these methods including Lone Star Healthy Streams. The workshop will be held on Wednesday, April 3 from 1-5pm.

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

Sports

• NJCAA WOMEN’S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP •

Repeat? Complete Lady Cards defeat Central Arizona 83-71 to defend its national title By Joe Elerson STAFF WRITER

SALINA, Kan. — The No. 1 ranked Trinity Valley Community College Lady Cardinals capped out their chasing seven campaign with a national title 83-71 over the Central Arizona Vaqueras Saturday night at the Bicentennial Center. The win capped off a 36-1 season, with their only loss coming on a forfeit against Weatherford in December. First year coach Elena Lovato was speechless following their win on Kurt Budke court, the former head coach for the TVCC Lady Cardinals. “I honestly am speechless,” Lovato said. “I thought all along that I had the group of kids that could get it done but I knew that it was almost like a Godsend and a plan that he wanted me back in Athens. I felt like he wanted me to be with the community and with the college. At that point, I think I was led to the right kids and it is like a big puzzle when you are out recruiting trying to find the right pieces and the puzzle just fit from the coaching staff to the players and the managers to trainers. It is amazing to be around people that you truly genuinely care about.” This was the seventh title in 10 trips for the Lady Cards but the road was not easy in the title game. During the first half, the Lady Cardinals jumped out to nine point leads but using their feisty defensive pressure to frustrate Central Arizona. During a three minute stretch, TVCC got baskets from Savannah Carter, a 3pointer from Adut Bulgak, a steal and layup from Shlonte Allen and a free throw from Roddricka Patton for the 19-10 lead with 11:30 remaining in the

first half of play. The tournament win was the fifth straight year Patton has made a high school or national title game in her short career. “Nobody was going to stop us tonight,” Patton said after cutting down the net. “This just feels amazing right now winning the title. It was also amazing to finish the season with the record that we had. I am definitely speechless right now.” The Lady Cards received another solid game from tournament MVP Shannon Smith — as she was determined to finish her junior college career with a national title. The sophomore guard led the Cardinals in scoring in three of their four games. Smith shot 52.8 percent from the field and averaged 22 points per game during the tournament. She finished her career with 14 points, four rebounds, five assists and two steals. “It is awesome and I could not do it without my teammates,” Smith said following the win. “I love those girls and I wish I could take all of them to Michigan with me. Very special and I swear to God that I wish I could take them with me. I am glad that we were able to get the national championship.” The Lady Cards looked to be in the driver’s seat heading into the locker room as Smith drained a jumper from just inside the 3-point line to give them a 46-33 lead. Lovato said the coaches knew Central Arizona would not go home without a fight. “We wanted 20 more minutes and the score was 0-0 at the half,” Lovato said. “We wanted to come out

there and have the same fire and defensive pressure that we exerted in the first half. Central Arizona was not going to go home and that is a good group of kids.” In the second half, the Vaqueras outscored TVCC, 38-37, and cut the lead to four points at, 65-61, on an old-fashioned three point play from Joymesia Howard with 9:18 remaining. “It is a game of runs and coach is always telling us that,” Smith said. “We already knew that if we were to get down we could pick each other back up and could out and win.” TVCC was able to outscore Central Arizona, 18-10, the remainder of the game after the basket by Howard. With 3:44 remaining, the Lady Cardinals put the nail in the coffin as Patton found Carter wide open for the layup as time was running out on the shot clock for the, 77-65, lead. Lovato said winning back-to-back titles with a new team was definitely worth it this season. “It is an amazing blessing. They say this is Cardinal Gym North,” Lovato said with a laugh. “We have an amazing crowd with the fans and cheerleaders and it is definitely a great tradition and following with a lot of passion here being Kurt Budke’s court. We stopped and shot around at Oklahoma State to try and get that spiritual vibe rolling for us and I am excited and speechless.” Trinity Valley was led in scoring by Allen with 22 points, while teammates Henderson scored 14 and Bulgak had a near double double with 10 points and six rebounds.

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TVCC point guard Shannon Smith was named tournament MVP as she led the Cardinals in scoring in three of their four games. Smith shot 52.8 percent from the field and averaged 22 points per game during the tournament. She scored 14 points in their 83-71 win over Central Arizona in the championship game.

All-Tournament Team Tournament MVP Shannon Smith (G) – Trinity Valley Coach of the Tournament Elena Lovato – Trinity Valley ALL-TOURNAMENT TEAM Fatima Adams (F) – Blinn Shlonte Allen – Trinity Valley Rayven Brooks (G) – Chipola

Brea Edwards (G) – Central Arizona Krystle Henderson (G) – Trinity Valley Joymesia Howard (F) – Central Arizona Jamie Patrick (G) – Hutchinson Tarvarsha Scott (F) – Northwest Florida State Necole Sterling (F) – Gulf Coast State Tamara

AHS fends off Van's late push, hold on for 7-6 win From Staff Reports The Athens Hornets survived a sixth inning run by the Van Vandals on Friday as they won, 7-6, at Hornet Field. Van scored one run in the seventh on an RBI single by Christian Cole. Still, Van couldn't catch the Hornets. Morgan Gimler reached base two times in the game for the Hornets. He singled in the third inning. Garrett Conley got the win for the Hornets despite allowing six runs over seven innings. He struck out six, walked three and surrendered seven hits.

The top of the first saw Van take an early lead, 4-0. Van's threat began with a double by Reid Hiler. A groundout by Cole then moved Hiler from second to third. Matt Savis singled, plating Hiler. Van added more runs when Savis scored on an RBI single by Mason Hassell and Harris scored on a two-run home run by Jacob Wyrick. The Hornets posted one run in each of the first, second, third, fifth, and sixth. In the first, the Hornets scored on an RBI double by Adam Stallings, bringing home Travis Takata. The Hornets scored on

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BASEBALL an RBI single by Daniel Mossberger. The Hornets tied the game in the fourth on a passed ball that scored Gimler. The Hornets never trailed after scoring one run in the fifth on a passed ball. The Hornets were led at the plate by Gimler as he went 2 for 3 with a walk and a stolen base. Travis Takata, Adam Stallings and Jesse Taylor each went 2 for 3 at the

plate. Stallings and Taylor had doubles in the game. Athens travels to Mabank tonight to face off against the Panthers. First pitch is set for 6:30 p.m.

Bears lose 9-4 to Mineola in district BROWNSBORO — Raul Gutierrez did all he could to give the Brownsboro Bears a boost, but it wasn't enough to get past Mineola, as the Bears lost 9-4 in seven innings at Bear Baseball Field on Friday. Gutierrez had a hot bat for Brownsboro . Gutierrez went 2 for 4, drove in one and scored one run. He sin-

gled in the first and fourth innings. Ty Garrett got it done on the rubber on the way to a win. He allowed four runs over seven innings. Garrett struck out two, walked two and gave up seven hits. Mineola was sparked by Ryan Browning and Flourny, who teamed up for five hits and five RBIs.

Eustace blasts Malakoff 20-6 MALAKOFF — The Eustace Bulldogs took care of business on Friday night with a run-rule victory over the Malakoff Tigers. Eustace held a 5-4 lead

heading into the fourth inning before Eustace scored 10 runs to blow the game open. They scored 10 runs in the fourth and five more in the top of the sixth for the win. Trevor Lane led the way going 5 for 5 with seven RBI’s, while Stephen Stine went 2 for 4 with five RBI’s in the game. Lane picked up the win on the mound throwing four innings. He allowed six runs — four earned — with seven walks and nine strikeouts. Eustace hosts Kemp tonight, while Malakoff travels to Scurry Rosser.

Edgewood Invitational Meet From Staff Reports EDGEWOOD — Here are the results of the meet: Varsity Girls Top Athlete 6th place — Chelsea Oldham 800 meter run 4th place — Noa Taylor 2:39.86 1600 meter run 3rd place — Harley Kile 6:23.48 3200 meter run 1st place —Samantha Crocker 12:55.84, 3rd place — Kile 13:49.22

100 meter hurdles 1st place — Jaci Aiken 15.01, 4th place — Madi Allen 17.14 300 meter hurdles 4th place — Allen 49.67, 5th place — Aiken 51.98 4x100 meter relay 5th place — Eustace 54.96 4x200 meter relay 4th place — Eustace 1:53 4x400 meter relay 3rd place — Eustace 4:30:36 Shot Put 1st place — Chelsea Oldham 34’6” 2nd place — Caitlyn Culp 33’4 1/4”

6th place — Casey Bramblitt 29’7 1/4” Discus 1st place — Oldham 100’8”, 2nd place — Grace Holcombe 97’ 3/4” 3rd place — Mackenzie Abbott 93’ 8 1/2” High Jump 6th place — Crocker 4’10” Pole Vault 2nd place — Meagan Gunter 8’ Top Athletes 1st — John Bradburn, 3rd — Evan Arambula 800 meter

6th — Gavin Kirkhart, 2:12:34 1600 meter 1st — Evan Arambula 4:37.37, 4th — Mark Zimmerer 4:59.18, 5th — Kirkhart 5:12.42 3200 meter 2nd — Zimmerer 10:41.03 300 meter hurdles 4th — Bradburn 43.11 4x200 meter 4th — Eustace 1:36.62 4x400 meter 2nd — Eustace 3:42.50 Long Jump 1st — Bradburn 20’4 1/2”

4th — Stine 19’6” Shot Put 4th — Thomas Hyde 40’ 4 1/2” Discus 1st — Tyler Folsom 129’3”, 2nd — Kyle Purselley 127’3” Triple Jump 2nd — Bradburn 40’ High Jump 6th — Stokes 5’8” Pole Vault 2nd — Givan 11’0”, 3rd — Stokes 10’0” Junior Varsity Top Athlete

2nd — Hunter Rose, 8th — Cody Duncan. 100 meter 4th — Brant Hamilton 12.05 200 meter 4th — Clayton Goodson 25.02 800 meter 2nd — Hunter Norris 2:23.18, 4th — Cody Duncan 2:26:02, 5th Cody Yates 2:26:52 1600 meter run 1st — Hunter Rose 5:18.14, 3rd Yates 5:26.08, Richardson 5:28.14 3200 meter run 1st Rose — 11:23.12

Athens Review  

March 26, 2013

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