THURSDAY Volume 91, No. 019 MArch 7, 2013 SeVeNty-FiVe CeNtS insidetoday Pilot dies in small plane crash near Terrell B y G a ry e . l i N d S l e y it crashed, according to “He was doing real nice con- he got to it, there was a slight a plane flying low over her Trooper Lyle Bradford of the trolled barrel rolls.” fire. house. Texas Department of Public He said when the plane “The front part of the air- She heard the engine cut- A 69-year-old pilot of a bi- Safety. flew over FM 2578 the wind plane was in the ground,” he ting out and then a noise. plane died in a crash Monday Gilbert Padilla was help- picked up and the top wing of said. “He was in the wreck- When Hornage looked out afternoon about two miles ing his brother at his home the bi-plane broke off, send- age and appeared lifeless.” she could see smoke and from the Terrell city limits off Farm-To-Market Road ing the plane to the ground. The plane crashed on land then the fire. and Interstate 20. 2578 and saw the plane crash. Padilla ran to the crash owned by Sheron Hornage. “I saw a wing about 20 Michael Payne of Rowlett “He was doing double site, which was about 1,000 Hornage said she was in was piloting the plane when barrel rolls,” Padilla said. yards from FM 2578. When her garage when she heard See PLANE on Page 5A Sports| 10A Tigers win opener in District 10-4A Committee The Tigers held off a late North Forney threat to win 3-1 on Tuesday at Ben Gill Park. Full Nelsons will study aroundtown courthouse Prom Dress Donations The Terrell High School prom B y l oy d C o o k committee is seeking slightly-used dresses that students who other- wise can’t afford one can use as KAUFMAN — The Kauf- prom dresses. Donated dresses man County Commissioners will be offered for $10 to $25, with Court continued discussions proceeds going toward prom fees. of the need for building a Dresses can be dropped off at the separate, consolidated courts front office of Terrell High School. building during a March 1 Contact Kendra Miles at kendra. special workshop. email@example.com, or Anjanette Commissioners approved McCullar at anjanette.mccullar@ appointing a committee to terrellisd.org. study the issue and report to the court by July 1. Each com- missioner will appoint three Share Center Drive members to the committee, The Kaufman County Demo- and Kaufman County Judge cratic Party will host a donation Bruce Wood will appoint the drive and chili lunch at The Share chairperson. Center, 103 W. Jones Ave., from Discussions about remov- 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. March 9. Attend- ing the four Kaufman County ees that donate dry or canned Courts — 86th Judicial Dis- goods, clothing, money or time trict Court, 422nd Judicial will receive a free bowl of chili. Do- District Court, Kaufman nated items will be given to The County Court at Law, and Share Center. Kaufman County Court at Law No. 2 — housed in the courthouse have been ongo- Church Musical ing since the Jan. 31 murder Jesus Revival Center will host of Kaufman County Assistant a musical at 7 p.m. March 9, dur- District Attorney Mark Hasse. ing which Rev. Raymond Porter Hasse was gunned down will be honored and his guitar will while walking from the an- be retired. The public is invited. The Terrell Tribune/DON JOHNSON nex parking lot about one Gunnar, left, and Matthew Nelson perform during a Ricky Nelson Remembered program as part of the E! block from the courthouse. Men’s Prayer Breakfast Terrell Entertainment Series on March 5 at the Terrell ISD Performing Arts Center. As of Wednesday morning, Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, 8628 County Road 301, will host See COURT on Page 5A a men’s prayer breakfast at 8:30 a.m. March 9. Pastor Lonnie Harris has hand in short films Cunigan of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church in Wills Point will be the guest speaker. Call 469-474-1929. Annual Men’s Day B y G a ry e . l i N d S l e y Practice” in 2003 and a mem- tor and onsite coordinator of ber of the White House press the film. Mt. Hebron Baptist Church, corps in a 2003 episode of Parts of the film were actu- 8628 County Road 301, will host “The West Wing.” ally shot in the Ables Springs its annual men’s day at 3:30 p.m. Ron Harris is locally known as your resident vaga- He has also been in sev- cemetery, as well as Dallas. March 10. A $5 donation will enter eral films. Harris has been a “I worked with the lights attendees into a prize drawing. bond, as in Vagabond Play- ers. priest, an Arab gravedigger, a and sound and made sure Call 469-474-1929. G-man, a doctor and a prison things were right for the di- Not only does Harris direct the Terrell troupe’s produc- buddy. rector,” Harris said. “I made Annual Church Event tions at the Iris Theater in the Besides directing several sure the directors’ vision for The Chosen Generation back of Books and Crannies, Vagabond Players plays, he a shot was right in the cam- Church invites the public to attend he also is an actor. He even also has been busy with two era.” its annual Family and Friends Day has his Screen Actors Guild independent short films, The U.S. Marine Corps at 4 p.m. March 10 at 2051 Griffith card and can be found on the Shooter and When It’s Your color guard was real in the Ave. The guest speaker will be IMDb.com website. Time. shots at the cemetery, he In Shooter, which is about said. The Terrell Tribune/GARY E. LINDSLEY Dexter L. Coleman Sr., superin- Harris has acted as an tendent of the church’s district. Iraqi colonel in the 2003 TV an upscale fashion designer “It was a community Vagabond Players director Ron Harris, center, sits with production of Saving Jessica and her estranged father, he part of the cast of “Mama Won’t Fly” during a recent Lynch, an FBI agent in “The was the first assistant direc- See HARRIS on Page 3A rehearsal in Terrell. Information Sessions Lone Star CASA will host volunteer information sessions March 11 at the Rockwall CASA office, March 12 at the Kaufman CASA office and March 18 at Stories of Seuss Trustee candidates cite passion for TISD Hulsey Public Library, 301 N. Rockwall Ave. Call 972-772-5858. Substitute Training Terrell ISD will hold a substi- tute teacher training session from B y P au l B o t t o N i her first 8 a.m. to noon March 15 at the two terms, Administration Building’s Profes- includ- sional Development Center, 700 Residents in District 1 of ing facing N. Catherine St. Terrell ISD will have two can- important didates to choose from in the personnel district’s upcoming board of hires and Classiﬁeds trustees election, which will serving on be held May 11. the Head The deadline for candi- Start poli- Mann work! dates to file applications was March 1, and Greg Reed and Anita Mann both filed for the cy council. Mann said she’s ”T heseneedtough times for small business so I are all the local exposure I can District 1 seat. excited a b o u t The post is currently held get. Advertising in the Terrell Tribune by Mann, who will seek her where the brings me the new business on a third term on the board. district is regular basis that I need to stay in Mann, whose son is a stu- headed. business.” dent at Terrell High School, “ We’v e said she first sought election improved Mark Burnett Applied Technology Solutions to the board after she was a lot, but encouraged to run by friends the dis- The Terrell Tribune/GARY E. LINDSLEY trict can Reed Call PATTY and community members. to place your ad today! Ann Bruce, a member of the Kiwanis Club of Terrell, sports a brightly colored “I wanted to be a part of still im- 972-563-6476 hat while reading a Dr. Seuss story to children and adults on March 5 at Riter the district’s future,” she prove in Most credit cards accepted C. Hulsey Public Library. The readings were part of the Kiwanis-sponsored said. “I’m in it for the kids and some areas,” she said. “With Dr. Seuss birthday celebration. staff.” the right administration in Mann said she’s gained valuable experience during See TISD on Page 5A www.terrelltribune.com Get the latest headlines, local news updates, sports and weather Join Us On Facebook Page 2A – The Terrell Tribune, Thursday, March 7, 2013 Scurry man arrested by police for stealing diesel fuel F r o m S ta F F r e p o r t S of theft of $50 to $500, two of diesel fuel from businesses in the 700 block of Apache As the officer moved in, tric pump attached to a long counts of theft of $500 to and construction sites in Trail. the Dodge took off without hose sticking in the tank of $1,500 and one count of theft Terrell from Jan. 26 through He said at about 8:30 p.m. hits lights on. Williams, ac- the construction equipment A Scurry man is accused of $1,500 to $20,000. March 1. March 1, a sergeant was pa- cording to Sansom, was at the crime scene. of stealing about $5,900 It was “outstanding police The aggregate value of the trolling a 170-acre site when stopped shortly after and Several pieces of evidence worth of diesel fuel the past work,” according to Terrell fuel at $3.49 a gallon, accord- he found a 2008 Dodge Ram was arrested after the officer have been collected after two months. Police Department Capt. ing to Sansom, amounts to 3500 dually pickup parked found spilled diesel fuel in each diesel theft, includ- Jason C. Williams, 29, was A.D. Sansom, that led to Wil- more than $5,900. Police had without its lights on next to the truck’s bed as well as two ing tire tracks from a dually arrested at 8:30 p.m. March 1 liams’s arrest. He allegedly received numerous reports of a large piece of construction large auxiliary tanks. pickup, according to San- and charged with two counts stole more than 1,700 gallons crime at a construction site equipment. Police also found an elec- som. obituaries policereport lie-Johnson and husband ri Neal of Canton, Daughter, Rickie Boon, Mickey Boon, The Terrell Police Department ing second were reported March 1 Brian; Gilbert Willie, Jr. and Patty & Jerry Roberts of Wills Linda Southam, Ronald Sitz- reported the following arrests and near Interstate 20 and Exit 498. wife Chass; Gerald Willie Point, 11 Grandchildren, 19 es, Tonia Edwards, Denise incidents from March 1-6. Drunken driving-second and and wife Shenythia; eight Great-Grandchildren, two Everett, Shannon Marble, simple assault-family violence were grandchildren, Angelica, Great-Great-Granchildren. Brianna, Marissa, Alyssa, James was preceded in Donna Dodson, John David Arrests reported march 2 in the 14oo block of Colquitt Road. Weathers, Cindy Pickens, Tre, Kamron, Kingston, and death by his parents, four Kayla Mathis, 21, of Terrell, crim- Accident with more than $200 in Darla Gables, Terry Weath- Chandler; one great grand- Brothers, Granddaughter, inal trespass. damages was reported March 3 in Kimberly Neal. ers, Misty Rapollo and Reese Jared Norman, 30, of Terrell, son, Geremiah. the 100 block of South Ann Street. Funeral service will be Pallbearers are Jaes Hunt; 27 Great-grandchil- warrant-other agency. Criminal mischief less than $50 held on Saturday, March 9 Wheeler, Cody Watson, dren; 12 Great-great grand- Paul Armstrong, 40, of Kaufman, and theft of less than $50 shoplift- at 1 p.m. at the Terrell Per- Dylan Tidwell, Justin Tidwell, children. warrant-other agency. ing were reported March 3 in the forming Arts Center. The Mason Neal, Andrew Davis, Pallbearers: Rickie Boon, Eric Burch, 41, of Terrell, assault 1900 block of West Moore Avenue. body will lie in state from Michael Davis, Matthew Mickey Boon, Ronald Sitzes, causes injuries-family violence. A residential burglary was re- noon - 1 p.m. at the PAC. Blasingame, James Bishop Reese Hunt, John Weathers Amber McGaha, 27, of Hen- ported March 4 in the 200 block of Davis Funeral Home visita- and Honorary Pallbearers and Terry Weathers. Fam- derson, drunken driving second; Sue Lane. GILBERT WILLIE, SR. tion will be Friday, March 8 are Will Jones, Jaron Neal, ily will receive friends at the accident-damage more than $200; Theft of $1,500 to $20,000 was Gilbert Willie, Sr. was from noon - 3 p.m. A second Bryce Neal. funeral home Wednesday unlawful possession of a firearm by reported March 4 in the 300 block born in Quinlan, TX. He at- visitation will be from 6 p.m. Visit www.eubankfh.com evening from 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. a felon. Griffith Avenue. tended and graduated from - 8 p.m. at Bethlehem Baptist to sign the online guestbook. David McElwee, 55, of Terrell, Theft of $50 to $500 was re- Burnett High School in 1957. Church, 500 S. Frances St. public intoxication. ported March 4 in the 100 block of During his school days at Rebecca Samples, 32, of Ennis, Mira Place. Burnett High, he played failure to yield the right of way in an Terroristic threat-family member football, baseball and ran alley, private driveway, building. was reported March 4 in the 200 track for all four years. Kimberly Paxton, 29, of Terrell, Heather lane Circle. After finishing high warrant-other agency. Failure to identify a fugitive- school, Gilbert received nu- Dexter Ignont, 33, of West Mon- intent to give false information and merous scholarship offers roe, drunken driving second; simple forgery were reported March 4 in from colleges and univer- assault-family violence; warrant- the 600 block of South Catherine sities in both football and other agency. Street. baseball. He decided to at- Tracy Rider, 23, of Dallas, un- Continuing violence against a tend Prairie View A & M. lawful restoration of water service. family was reported March 4 in the After graduating from Latonya Carlisle, 39, of Terrell, 1100 block of South Medora Street. Prairie View A & M in 1962 warrant-other agency. Theft of $1,500 to $20,000 was with a Bachelors of Science Markeithiun Shaw, 30, of Terrell, reported March 5 in the 1100 block degree, Gilbert was hired as warrant-other agency. of South Virginia Street. a football coach at Burnett Marcus Malone, 33, of Terrell, High in Terrell. In 1967, RUTH HUNT warrant-other agency. Funeral services for Ruth MAT ELLIS PIERSON Kelly Williams, 22, of Terrell, Gilbert graduated from East JANET LOU HARRIS Janet Lou Harris of Terrell Katherine Hunt, 96, of Wills Mat Ellis Pierson entered warrant-other agency. Texas State University with eternal life March 2, 2013. a Master of Education de- passed away Feb. 23, 2013. Point are scheduled for 10 Ernest Mitchell, 47, of Princeton, gree. In 1973, he completed The oldest of six children she a.m. Thursday, Mar. 7, at Wake services are from 6-8 no proof of liability insurance. the requirements and was was born on July 6, 1954 in Allan Fuller Funeral Home p.m. Friday, March 8, in the Jared Chandler, 34, of Mabank, ( ) Discount Matinee I No Passes Showtimes for Fri. Mar. 8 thru Mar. 14 awarded an Administration Killeen, Texas. Chapel in Wills Point with DuBose Memorial Chapel. warrant-other agency. Cory Myers, 35, of Terrell, war- Mar. 8 - Mar. 9 Certificate from East Texas Beloved wife, mother, Rev. Dick Boyd officiating. Funeral services are 11 a.m. Escape From Planet Earth PG State University. daughter, grandmother, aunt Interment will follow at Col- Saturday at the First Assem- rant-other agency. (12:15 2:25 4:30) Identity Thief 89 min. R When Burnett High and friend. She is survived by lege Mound Cemetery in Ter- bly Of God, 203 Main Street, Joe Gaston, 56, of Arlington, (11:45 2:10 4:40) 7:30 10:00 Jack The Giant Slayer 108 min. PG13 School was subsumed into husband Joe Harris; daugh- rell. Terrell. Interment will follow warrant-other agency. (11:40 2:15 4:50) 7:20 9:55 114 min. Last Exorcism Part 2 Terrell High School, Gilbert ters Michelle Harless and She passed away Monday in the New Oakwood Cem- Christopher Cruz, 26, of Terrell, (12:30 2:45 5:00) 7:40 9:45 PG13 89 min. OZ: The Great & Powerful I became a coach and physi- Kendra Boles, mother Ruth morning, Mar. 4, 2013, in no motorcycle/moped endorse- PG etery. All services have been ment; operate unregister motor ve- (1:00 4:00) 7:00 9:50 Safe Haven 130 min. PG13 cal education teacher at Morgan, grandchildren Eric Wills Point. entrusted to DuBose Funeral 7:10 9:40 115 min. Terrell Junior High School and Colton Harless, Madi- Ruth was born May 12, hicle. sun. Mar. 10 for eight years. He was ap- 1916, in Terrell, Texas, the Home, 703 S. Rockwall. Kimberly Calhoun, 28, of Terrell, Escape From Planet Earth PG son, Blake and Caitlin Boles, (12:15 2:25 4:30) 89 min. pointed to the position of siblings Sondra Hay, Donna daughter of John Luther Mat was born February 28, warrant-other agency. Identity Thief (11:45 2:10 4:40) 7:30 108 min. R Assistant Principal and Grimes, Wayne Hammers, Rickman and Bessie Jack 1940 in Forney, to the late Ira Candice Bean, 25, of Terrell, Jack The Giant Slayer (11:40 2:15 4:50) 7:20 PG13 114 min. served in that capacity for Alan Stanley and many other Turner Rickman. She was and Clide Baker Pierson Sr. warrant-other agency. Last Exorcism Part 2 (12:30 2:45 5:00) 7:40 PG13 89 min. six years. After the con- family and friends. raised in Terrell, where she He attended Public Schools David W. McElwee, 55, of Ter- OZ: The Great & Powerful I (1:00 4:00) 7:00 130 min. PG struction of the Terrell Mid- A remembrance of her life attended public school. She in Forney, and Terrell, and rell, public intoxication. Safe Haven 7:10 PG13 115 min. dle School, he was promoted will be held March 9, in Col- later married Buford Reese continued his education at Frank A. Reyes, 50, of Dallas, Mon. Mar. 11 - thurs. Mar. 14 to Principal and served for lege Mound, Tx. Hunt. Ruth was a sales clerk Prairie View A&M. warrant-other agency. Mon-Thurs. - Remodeling for digital up- grade. Please call theater for show times. five years. As the TISD grew You light a lamp for me. for McCrory’s in Terrell, retir- He married Emma Jean Escape From Planet Earth PG Incidents 89 mi and the duties of the Super- The LORD, my God, lights up ing in 1980. After retirement, Evans in 2001 and became Identity Thief R 108 min. intendent increased, Gilbert my darkness. she moved from Terrell to Jack The Giant Slayer PG13 was promoted to become the stepfather of three de- Assault causes bodily injury- 114 min. Wills Point. She enjoyed voted daughters. Last Exorcism Part 2 PG13 the first African American family violence was reported March 89 min. JAMES HOWARD NEAL sewing, gardening and col- OZ: The Great & Powerful I PG Assistant Superintendent Preceded in death by his 1 in the 800 block of Frances Street. 130 min. Services for James How- lecting dolls. She donated to Unlawful use of criminal instru- Safe Haven PG13 of the Terrell Independent the Life Line, which was very parents, four brothers, Ira Jr., 115 min. ard Neal, 89, of Canton, were ment and theft of $50 to $500 were School District in 1984 and held at 2 p.m. Sunday Mar. 3, important to her and she was Edgar, Claude and Howard, New student remained in this capacity three sisters. Pearlie Combs, reported March 1 in the 700 block of Tanger Outlet Mall price 2013 at Eubank Funeral Cha- involved with the Red Cross. Apache Trail. $ 5.00 until his retirement on May pel with Bro. John Adams, Ruth was a charter member Opal Pierson, and Elizabeth 24, 1996. Palmer, his memories will be Accident with damage of more Bro. Mike Newby officiating, of Emmanuel Baptist Church 5.00 Gilbert Willie Sr., was under the direction of Eu- in Terrell and a current mem- cherished by his wife, Emma than $200, unlawful possession of a $ $ 7.00 nominated for the Asso- firearm by a felon and drunken driv- bank Funeral Home, Canton. ber of the Old Fashion Baptist Jean Pierson, three sons, ciation of Texas Professional Church in Ables Springs. Educator’s Administrator Burial will be in Haven of Melvin Brooks, Mat Ellis(Lil Memories, Canton, Texas. Preceded in death by her Ellis) Pierson, and Anthony of the Year award in 1984. In 1987, he was inducted He passed away March 1, parents; husband, Buford Q. Pierson, three stepdaugh- into the TISD “Tiger Hall 2013 in Canton. Reese Hunt; daughter, Oleta ters, Yvonne Baldwin, Tonja of Fame”. He was honored Mr. Neal was born Febru- Hunt Boon and a son, Ken- Lester, and Ramona Jackson. at Southwestern Christian ary 29, 1924 in Elmo, TX, to neth Hunt. He also leaves one brother, College’s annual Dinner Howard Matthew and Ida She is survived by son, Donald Ray Pierson (Alberta) Day in April 1993, in recog- Belle Gallant Neal. He was a member of Jack- Ronnie Hunt & wife, Karen, of Wills Point; daughters: Bes- of Rowlett, TX, Mary Stovall, …for all who are thirsty… nition and appreciation of Barbara Thomas (Jerry), and his work as a public servant son Church of Christ. James sie Sitzes & husband, Clifton, of Terrell; Lela Clemmons, of Christine Ward all of Dal- and school administrator in grew up in Elmo and Terrell las, Clidie Draper (Billy) of the Terrell community for and he & Dorothy were mar- Terrell; Brother: John Luther over 30 years. ried April 15, 1950. He en- Rickman & wife, Gladys, of Terrell, and numerous other Gilbert served as a dea- joyed mowing his yard. Terrell; 14 Grandchildren: relatives and friends. con of the Bethlehem Bap- Surviving are Wife, Doro- thy Neal of Canton, Son, Lar- Injured? Free Consultation tist Church. He is a former member of: The Terrell Jay- ry & Melody Neal of Canton, cees; Terrell Planning and Son, David & Donna Neal of Sulphur Springs, Daughter, 972-524-2333 Zoning Commission; Public Responsibility and Consent Brenda & Raymond Wheeler Committee of Terrell State of Canton, Son, Archie & Ter- Hospital; Kaufman County Improvement Commit- tee; The Kaufman County Cancer Society; and the The Terrell Tribune (USPS No. 539-740) Terrell Legal Center 304 E. Wheeler $ 4 off Full change Kiwanis Club. He was also Published Thursday and Sunday Service past member of Prince Hall Grand Lodge Free and Ac- by: Hartman Publishing, Inc. 150 Ninth Street, Terrell Oil Otstott & Jamison Offer expires 03/31/13 cepted Masons of Texas. He was also a very active mem- Periodical Postage Paid at: Paul’s Oil Station ber of the Terrell Renais- Terrell, Texas 75160 Attorneys Proudly serving Terrell since 1994 sance Club. Gilbert is survived by Postmaster Send Address Corrections to: 41 Years in Terrell Oil Changes • State Inspections • Transmission Service his loving wife, Barbara; The Terrell Tribune three children, Maria Wil- P.O. Box 669 No fee unless you collect Terrell, Texas 75160 Principle Offices in Dallas 611 W. Moore 972-524-2122 Skilled Nursing Care BOARD CERTIFIED DERMATOLOGIST Skin Diseases • Skin Surgery • Skin Cancer DERMATOLOGIST Diseases of Skin • Hair • Nails Medical Equipment Serving Kaufman County Physical, Speech Now Accepting Medicare & Most Insurances Michael Dunnigan, D.O. & Associates • Practicing in Greenville since 1995 Board Certified Dermatology for Children & Adults • 3 physicians with over 80 years 211 W. Moore Ave. • Terrell 972-524-5800 & Occupational Therapy Kelly J. Warren, M.D. 903-454-1824 experience in dermatology • Urgent same day appointments 763 E. U.S. Hwy. 80, Ste. 200 available Locally Owned & Operated By Doug & Lecia Pritchett 8506 Wesley • Greenville 972-563-8500 (1/2 Mile South of I-30 on Hwy. 34) • Medicare & most insurance accepted The Terrell Tribune, Thursday, March 7, 2013 – Page 3A Committee recommends city improvements to council B y G a ry E . L i n d s L E y people.” sponsor the effort. way side streets. “We need some type of century and that an outside His committee, which he But Price also said if a new To increase parking, it was facility,” Price said. firm should be brought in to refers to as the “city of Terrell, welcome sign is created and suggested the city consider Park restroom facilities, create it or a city-wide con- Terrell needs a new wel- history and traditions, build- placed at the recommended buying a lot at the south- he said, must be mother- test should be conducted to come sign, rejuvenated ing for the future,” started locations, there would be east corner of Rockwall and friendly as well as acceptable create a new one represent- downtown, logo and park with 20 people and came up maintenance. He said the Moore avenues. to a child. ing the city’s desire to change improvements, according to with four ideas for improve- city would need to take care His committee also sug- The committee recom- the perception of the com- the city’s Terrell TwentyFif- ment. of the signs, including plant- gested conducting a park- mended new playground munity. teen committee. He said the city needs ing flowers. ing survey to determine the equipment be purchased “We need a new percep- Bob Price, chairman of to address its entryways by “Mow it and keep [the number of parking spots and inexpensive gazebos be tion,” Price said. the committee, presented designing a welcome sign grass] trim,” he said. needed downtown. placed throughout Ben Gill Councilman Tommy his findings to Mayor Hal that can be used in multiple He also recommended Next was rejuvenating Park. Spencer said he was in Terrell Richards and the Terrell City locations. Those locations that city officials ask Tanger the parks in the city, specifi- “We could make Ben Gill 23 years ago when the logo Council Tuesday. include State Highway 34 Outlet Center to include Ter- cally Ben Gill Park. Price said Park an unbelievable park,” was created. The committee is one of ramps at Interstate 20 north rell on its sign. the city should place “up Price said. “Let’s not forget what [that three formed in 2012 after a and south, State Highway Price said his committee’s lighting” in the trees along Lastly, he said, there needs logo] means,” Spencer said. meeting with former state 34 south traveling from second suggestion is to reju- Lions Club Lane to make it a to be increased police patrols Richards said it has been education commissioner and Kaufman to Terrell and State venate downtown. friendlier and safer place. in the park. hard during the Terrell Dallas ISD superintendent Highway 34 north traveling “How long does a business Starting an aggressive Regarding the city logo, TwentyFifteen process not to Mike Moses to address a per- from Quinlan to Terrell. last in downtown Terrell?” he maintenance program for Price said it is 23 years old get involved in the debate. ceived perception problem. Price suggested designing asked. “Not that long.” the park’s public bathroom and represented a time in “Our job at this point is The other two committees and creating an inexpensive One of the things his com- facilities is needed as well, the city’s history that needed take some time and consider are focusing on Terrell ISD welcome sign that is unique, mittee discussed was park- Price said. He told a story to have people brought to- what you have presented,” he and economic development. attractive and depicts what ing, possibly having head-in about a daycare provider in gether. The logo represents told Price. “We have a perception Terrell is. parking rather than parallel Terrell taking children to a members of the community He said the city needs to problem,” Price told the He said he has spoken parking. park in Forney because Ter- clasping hands. turn some of the recommen- council. “ Perception is re- with some business owners Another suggestion for rell’s restroom facilities were Price said the logo needs dations into some kind of ality in the eyes of many who would be willing to help downtown was creating one- lacking. to be brought into the 21st tangible action. harris: Local director shows acting versatility New Rotarians Continued from Page 1A effort,” Harris said. “It was It was 12 minutes long and starred Tim Taylor, who was recently in The Hunger The only thing holding that up, he said is financing. A member of the “indus- shot in six days.” Games. try” since the early 1990s, Released in 2012, he said Harris got involved with Harris he has gradually Shooter recently won best both films because he is a moved more into production. short narrative in the Trail member of the Dallas Table, “I like acting more, but I Dance Film Festival in Dun- which meets every two weeks am one of those people who can, Okla. It was a 25-minute in Dallas. The Dallas Table is as I learn more about pro- film. made up of members of the duction, it makes me a bet- “In the film circuit, Dun- film community. ter writer,” he said. “I have can is a launching pad,” he At the table discussion, he done everything from acting said. “The more you do well continues to promote Terrell to grip. I even did a music the more you are chose for as a location to use for area video with Toby Keith and larger film festivals. This film productions. appeared on ‘Jimmy Kim- festival had more than 300 “I think Terrell is an mel Live’ as an Iraqi suicide films.” under-used city for TV and bomber. Both Shooter and When It’s film,” Harris said. “You have “It was great to sit and talk Your Time were selected for everything from antebellum with Uncle Frank,” he said. the festival. homes to farmland and in- “He was a retired police of- When It’s Your Time was dustrial. It is all here. The city ficer and I am a retired Dallas shot in the Iris Theater and is very receptive to shooting fireman.” Books and Crannies during here.” The key to the being in the two days. Harris was the ex- His goal is to bring more industry, Harris said, is ver- ecutive producer. production filming to Terrell. satility. aroundtown The Terrell Tribune/TODD JORGENSON The Rotary Club of Terrell inducted two new members at its Feb. 28 meeting. Food Handler’s Course March 12 at the Kaufman County Li- brary, 3790 Houston St., in Kaufman. tion will hold its regularly scheduled board of directors meeting at 10 a.m. Laurie Blair, a counselor with Terrell ISD, and Danny Anderson, president of The Texas Department of State March 12 in the American National Health Services will host a food han- the Ankh Foundation, were welcomed by former club president Rick Carroll. dler’s course, “Food Safety: It’s In Cemetery Meeting Bank board room. All members are encouraged to attend, and guests Your Hands,” from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Oakland Memorial Park Associa- are welcome. Call 972-563-1400. March Madness Has Arrived! 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Moore • Terrell, TX 75160 and some to dishonour.” shall have the light of life.” Servicing all major brands Now serving your area. 972-551-0502 2 Timothy 2:20 John 8:12 972-551-1688 The Terrell Tribune, Thursday, March 7, 2013 – Page 5A Raising funds Tigerettes get valuable lessons about finance B y Pau l B o t t o n i In six weeks’ time, mem- bers of Terrell High school’s Tigerettes drill team learned valuable financial lessons to prepare them for life after high school. on March 1, the team graduated from its annual financial literacy course, which is hosted by American National Bank as part of a community outreach pro- gram, during a ceremony at THs. Tigerettes sponsor shar- raine Williams said it’s im- The Terrell Tribune/PAUL BOTTONI portant to teach the team Zafaria Minor, left, receives a certificate of completion more than drills. from Beverly Cox of American National Bank, center, “We can teach them drill team,” Williams said to the and Tigerettes sponsor Sharraine Williams during a crowd of students, admin- ceremony on March 1 at Terrell High School for members istrators and ANB officials, of the drill team who finished ANB’s six-week financial “but we want to teach them course. life skills as well.” The Terrell Tribune/CourTesy During the six-week cal decisions with money. team members spoke about The Kaufman County Double Beards chapter of the National Wild Turkey course, which was started by “Financial education is a what they learned in the Federation will hold its sixth annual Hunting Heritage Banquet at 6 p.m. Sat- ANB last school year, mem- life-long process,” Cox said course as well as demon- bers of the team received les- to the drill team. “It’s some- strated how to budget and urday at the Ables Springs Volunteer Fire Department. Tickets start at $55 for sons in budgeting, checking thing you’ll do the rest of balance a checkbook, among individuals and $80 for couples, which includes dinner, drinks, a bid number and savings, and credit and your life — managing your other things. and a one-year membership to the NTWF. The event will include a live and investments. money. The course, which ANB silent auction as well as a raffle. Pictured with some of the auction items are, ANB’s Beverly Cox, who “The message of this pro- hosted for free, was a pilot from left, chapter leaders Tammy Womack, Chris Womack, Julie Webster and helped coordinate the pro- gram was empowerment, program, and Cox said the Tim Webster. For more information, call 214-558-9348 or 972-965-7768. gram, said the course was responsibility and hope,” she bank hopes similar courses aimed at helping students said. will be hosted through other gain the ability to make criti- During the ceremony, ANB branches. COURT: Commissioners eye new facility options PLANE: Pilot was doing barrel rolls before crash Continued from Page 1A erleigh Norville Wiley, Judge county jail. Continued from Page 1A Patricia B. Ashcroft arrived to crash and referred questions David Lewis, District Attor- “This won’t affect our effi- declare Payne dead. to the National Transporta- no arrests had been made in ney Mike McLelland, sheriff ciency,” Wood said. “We have feet away from the rest of the Lynn Lunsford of the Fort tion safety Board. connection with the murder. David Byrnes, District Clerk people scattered all over plane,” she said. Worth office of the Federal Calls placed to the NTsB since his slaying, county rhonda Hughey and county town, and the county, now, At about 5:30 p.m., Pre- Aviation Administration said were not returned on Tues- officials have commented clerk Laura Hughes. and we function pretty well.” cinct 2 Justice of the Peace the FAA was not handling the day. about how much strain is Moving the courts from placed on the courthouse on the courthouse could affect days when there are heavy some of the businesses that court dockets in session. “our courthouse has have sprung up around it over the years. Don’t Miss Our 2013 Easter Worship Guide served us well for 60 years, but Wood admitted there is a the landscape has changed,” segment of the local popula- Kaufman County District At- tion that doesn’t want to see & Coloring Book torney Mike McLelland said the courts moved from their at a Feb. 25 meeting of the present location, but he said, commissioners court. “It was “The courthouse can still be never built for what it is used for today.” a beehive of activity.” Moving the four courts Reserve your space today! The courthouse was built out of the building would still in the 1950s. The population leave the county clerk’s office Deadline is March 15 of the county at that time and the district clerk’s office Easter Worship Guide was about 31,000, according in the building. It could still to the united states Cen- leave the adult and juvenile sus Bureau. Now it is about probation departments as 105,000. well, although that is yet to McLelland said that hall- be determined. March 2013 ways outside courtrooms Wood noted that moving now often see forced group- the courts would reduce se- A Special Supplement to ing of victims, witnesses, the curity needs and would solve accused, and those connect- another problem. ed with all three. He said the Presently, the county is county could see problems in beginning the third year of a the future from those situa- five-year extension from the tions. Texas Historical Commission Commissioners appoint- to return the front entrance ed a resource committee to of the courthouse to its origi- provide “pertinent informa- nal state. The extension ex- tion concerning the current pires oct. 1, 2015. courthouse concerns and In the meantime, the needs,” according to in- county will continue ex- formation provided by the ploring the creation of a county judge’s office. courthouse building on land That committee will con- beside the present Kaufman sist of Judge Howard Tygrett, County Law enforcement Judge Michael Chitty, Judge Center, which includes the TISD: Mann, Reed to square off Continued from Page 1A the district has done lately, but there’s always room for place, we’ll get there.” improvement,” he said. “I reed, a longtime resi- think I can shed a new light A celebration in religious faith, this section centers on services and special events planned by area churches and groups, as well as ads dent of Terrell who said he’s on things.” from local merchants showcasing their Easter merchandise and encouraging residents to attend the church of their choice during this sought election to the board The board’s District 4 special time of spiritual renewal. in the past, said he decided seat is also up for election. to run to bring awareness to The post is currently held school board elections. by Thomas Mosley, who has Don’t miss this opportunity to advertise your Good Friday/Easter services in this family focused publication. Insertion dates will be reed has four children filed for re-election and will March 21 in the The Terrell Tribune and March 26 in The Bargain Hunter. — two that are in sixth and run uncontested. eighth grade, and two of who Board members are elect- For the kids there is a special section with Easter-themed coloring pages for our young readers to enjoy. Completed works of art can be have already graduated from ed to serve staggered three- submitted for consideration for publication on our website, www.terrelltribune.com. Terrell High school. year terms. Five positions “I’m an advocate not just are elected based on districts Terrell and Kaufman County Religious Leaders, for the children, but also for and two are elected at-large. teachers and administra- The board works with the tors,” he said. “I want to help district’s superintendent to You are invited to take advantage of The Terrell Tribune and The Bargain Hunter’s special FREE offer to list your both sides.” develop educational policies. Easter services. Please fill out this form and fax it to (972)563-0340; bring to our office at 150 Ninth St., or email the reed said that while he March 12 is the first day has no prior experience as a for residents to apply for a information to Mike Elswick, firstname.lastname@example.org. To be included your information must be received by member of a school board, he ballot by mail. The final day noon on Friday, March 15. believes he’s benefitted from to apply is May 3. April 11 is being an involved parent and the last day to register to vote staying up-to-date with the before the election. Name of church: district. In-person early voting Pastoral/Religious Leaders: “I like some of the things runs from April 29 to May 7. Address: Contact information: Phone Website Pet of the Week Palm Sunday services: Maundy Thursday services: Jameson Hello! My name is Jameson and I Good Friday services: am a young male boxer mix about 9 Easter Sunday services: months old. I am a social boy who loves meeting new people and I enjoy Your ad will be distributed to more than 15,000 Kaufman County area homes and businesses. spending time with other dogs. To advertise please contact your sales representative - Please come see me at Mary Reed, Beth Brown or Patty Barringer at (972) 563-6476. Terrell Animal Center. 2601 Hwy. 80 East, Terrell Open 7 Days a Week 972-551-6641 Page 6A – The Terrell Tribune, Thursday, March 7, 2013 reelworld Rounding the turn War film mixes history, melodrama War aficionados and his- and the archival footage tory buffs will get more out sometimes is lacking, this of watching Emperor (2 stars well-researched effort by Is- out of 4) than anyone else. raeli filmmaker Dror Moreh They’re the folks who will is a provocative and persua- most enjoy the crusty perfor- sive examination of ethics, mance of Tommy Lee Jones politics and Middle Eastern as Gen. Douglas MacArthur, history that is fascinating who unfortunately is rele- viewing for those on both gated to supporting status in sides. (Rated PG-13, 95 min- this uneven true-life drama utes). about an American general forced to play mediator be- Greedy Lying Bastards (2.5 tween United States and stars) Japanese forces at the end of World War II. The story takes place in Todd Jorgenson The provocative title of this agitprop documentary refers to pundits and lobby- the days following the Japa- ists who run campaigns to nese surrender in 1945, when military career. ignore evidence of climate MacArthur was the Supreme Instead, the bulk of the change, oil companies who Commander of the occupy- film focuses on Fellers, continue to emit greenhouse ing forces. He dispatches whose heavy-handed nar- gases that threaten to expe- Fellers (Matthew Fox), a ration drags the film down dite global warming, and young general with expertise along with his blank per- politicians who refuse to in Japanese affairs, to help sonality and melodramatic pass clean-energy policies determine whether Emperor romance subplot. and regulations. The well-in- Hirohito should be charged Although it takes dramatic tentioned film from director with war crimes for initiating liberties, the film makes an Craig Rosebraugh includes the attack on Pearl Harbor. effort to salute diplomacy plenty of statistics and makes So Fellers begins question- and is more noteworthy for its stance clear, but the famil- ing those with knowledge of its broad historical perspec- iarity of the subject matter The Terrell Tribune/TODD JORGENSON the emperor’s affairs while tive than for its quiet, char- decreases its impact. (Not trying to arrange a meeting acter-driven moments. The rated, 89 minutes). Terrell’s Carvellion Horn runs in the boys 800 meters at the Clay Jones Relays with Hirohito himself. Along best sequences have both on March 2 at City Bank Stadium in Forney. the way, he flashes back to a sides matching wits during The ABCs of Death (2 stars) relationship with a Japanese tense interrogations. This short-film anthology exchange student (Eriko Hat- Emperor contains some compiles 26 disparate seg- sune) years earlier that helps potentially intriguing sub- ments — each from a differ- tigeRs: Terrell defeats Falcons in 10-4A opener to shape his investigation. ject matter compromised by ent director and based upon The film, directed by a formulaic approach that a different letter of the al- Peter Webber (Hannibal renders the periphery char- phabet — that offer different Rising) features an earnest acters more compelling than takes on the horrors of death. Continued from Page 10A Terrell a 2-1 lead. now. I’m just trying to keep re-creation of the period (it the central ones. (Rated PG- This cheap gimmick might The Tigers added an insur- them motivated. The kids was shot mostly in New Zea- 13, 98 minutes). appeal to gore aficionados, many wins as we can.” ance run in the sixth, when have a really good attitude.” land), along with some con- with a diversity of styles on Patton allowed just three Alsip led off with a bloop The Falcons went win- temporary resonance in the Also opening this week: display among its roster of hits and struck out six. single, advanced to second on less at the Forney ISD Classic morally complex collision The Gatekeepers (3 stars) international filmmakers. The only run he allowed a wild pitch, and scored on a tournament over the week- between politics and jus- Incredible firsthand Yet these projects tend to be was unearned, with two single by Priddy. end, falling to Garland Lakev- tice, and how one influences insight propels this Oscar- very hit-and-miss by nature, walks and two errors allow- Meanwhile, Patton cruised iew Centennial 9-2 in their the other when individual nominated documentary and most of the installments ing the Falcons (1-11, 0-1) to through the middle innings final game on March 2. agendas clash with military about the Israeli-Palestinian here are more disgusting score without a hit in the top before running into trouble The Tigers, however, were objectives. conflict, as told through than frightening. (Rated R, of the first inning. in the seventh. the runner-up in the I-45 Jones livens the proceed- interviews with six former 123 minutes). “Cody came in and threw With two outs, Clint Feagin Classic tournament in Ferris, ings whenever he appears as heads of the controversial ——— strikes and did what he need- walked and Preston Morris where they lost to Crandall on MacArthur, who at the time top-secret Israeli security Todd Jorgenson’s “Reel- ed to do,” Davis said. “I think doubled. Another walk to March 2. was fulfilling one of the final agency known as Shin Bet. World” appears each Thurs- we’re on a pretty good roll. We Bubba Valdez loaded the bas- Earlier in the tournament, assignments of his checkered Although the format is dry day and Sunday. just need to keep it up.” es before Josh Giron popped the Tigers defeated Venus (9- WAtts: NF standout commits to play for A&M The Tigers broke through out to end the game. 3), Wills Point (5-3) and Ferris against Hale in the bottom of North Forney, which (4-2) to reach the title game. the fourth with three straight played its first district game Hunter Cheney hit a home hits. at the 4A level, dropped its run against Ferris in the Patton led off with his sec- sixth straight game overall. semifinals. Continued from Page 10A thing that some of these top Watts said he does not ond double of the game down “A couple of pitches and Terrell will host a three- schools look for,” said North plan to take recruiting visits the left-field line, and Alsip the game could have gone the day tournament beginning championship. Forney head coach Lance to any other schools, and will followed with a single. Priddy other way,” said North Forney Thursday at Ben Gill Park, “Armani is a good stu- Gary. “He’s a very athletic kid return to College Station in then laced a two-run triple head coach Mike Fair. “We while North Forney will play dent. He’s a very intelligent and a hard-working kid and a April to watch the Texas A&M to right-center field that gave can’t get over the hump right in a tournament at Royse City. young man, and that’s some- coachable kid.” spring game. it’s go time! Athlete go tigeRs! of the Heritage Week Jubilee www.terrelltexas.com April 19-21 972.563.5703 Montana Wrenn Sport: Track and field Class: Senior Notable: Wrenn won the boys 400 meters Terrell IndependenT and triple jump, and finished second in the School dISTrIcT long jump, at the Clay Jones Relays on 700 N. Catherine St. March 2 in Forney. 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He jumped 43 feet, 7 inch- The Terrell baseball team es in the triple jump and 22 feet, will have the advantage of THURSDAY 8.5 inches in the long jump. playing its final tournament (at Terrell) Also at the meet, North For- without leaving home. Terrell vs. Greenville, 10:00 ney’s D’Andre Randall won the The Tigers will co-host a Greenville vs. Dallas Sunset, 1:00 100, while Seth Garcia took the three-day, eight-team tour- Dallas Sunset vs. Tyler, 4:00 crown in the 3,200. Terry Jack- nament with Royse City be- (at Royse City) son won the shot put for the Fal- ginning Thursday. Royse City vs. Lakeview, 10:00 cons. Terrell will host a pool at North Forney vs. Lakeview, 1:00 North Garland won the boys Ben Gill Park that includes N. Forney vs. Jacksonville, 4:00 team title, while Forney took the Greenville, Dallas Sunset and FRIDAY girls team championship. Tyler John Tyler. (at Terrell) Each team will play three Terrell vs. Dallas Sunset, 10:00 games in pool play over the Greenville vs. Tyler, 1:00 first two days, which will de- Terrell vs. Tyler, 4:00 Lifters head to state termine seeding for bracket (at Royse City) WILLS POINT — Terrell’s play on Saturday. N. Forney vs. Royse City, 10:00 Michaela Russell won the The Tigers will meet Lakeview vs. Jacksonville, 1:00 198-pound weight class at the Greenville at 10 a.m. Thurs- Royse City vs. Jacksonville, 4:00 Division 1 Region 3 girls power- day, Sunset at 10 a.m. Friday lifting meet on March 2. and Tyler at 4 p.m. Friday. Russell and teammate Keko Terrell head coach Gage The other pool, which The Terrell Tribune/PAul BoTToNI Mingo, who finished second at Davis said hosting a tourna- will be played at Royse City, 105 pounds at the regional meet, ment has its benefits. The includes North Forney, Jack- Terrell’s Taylor Garcia swings at a pitch during a District 10-4A game against qualified for the Texas High Tigers have played at home sonville and Garland lakev- Highland Park on March 5. The Lady Scots rallied for an 11-4 win in the School Women’s Powerlifting only twice so far this season. iew Centennial. District 10-4A opener for both teams. The Lady Tigers will resume district play Association state meet on March “We’re looking forward to Terrell was set to host a on Friday when they host North Forney, then will travel to Dallas Ursuline for 15-16 in Corpus Christi. being on our home field and tournament last season, but a nondistrict game on Saturday. North Forney’s McKayla playing more games,” Davis it was cancelled because of Durham won the heavyweight said. inclement weather. division and finished with the top score out of all lifters at the meet. Shirlandra Mattox placed Rabbits Opening act fourth at regionals for the Lady Tigers, who finished fifth out of 13 teams overall. Neugent earns honor North Forney forward Roy Neugent earned first-team rec- slip past Terrell ognition on the District 10-4A all- district boys basketball team, as selected by district coaches. Fellow seniors Alec Harris and Junior Woods were cho- sen on the second team for the By Todd Jorgenson Falcons, who finished fourth in the district standings during the regular season and lost to Little Elm in the bi-district round of the The Terrell boys soccer Class 4A Region II playoffs. team bounced back from All three players were part its most lopsided loss of the of the program since it began in season with a hard-fought 2009. North Forney was com- 1-0 defeat against Forney peting at the 4A level for the first on Tuesday at Memorial Sta- time this season. dium. West Mesquite senior Bray- The Tigers (3-15-1, 2-6) lon Rayson was named the dis- stifled a high-powered attack trict’s most valuable player. from the Jackrabbits during the first half before allowing a goal on a penalty kick mid- way through the second half. NF hammers Creekview “In the first half, Forney kept much of the action on CARROLLTON — Christi Fla- our end of the field and we nigan hit a home run as the North took their punches and tried Forney softball team opened Dis- to counter with fast breaks,” trict 10-4A play with a 15-6 win said Terrell head coach Joe over Carrollton Creekview on Stephens. “This worked for Tuesday. the half and kept Forney out Flanigan also tripled and of the goal.” Blake Bennett doubled as part Terrell out-shot Forney 6-5 of a 13-hit attack for the Lady in the second half but could Falcons (6-8-1, 1-0). Creekview not get the equalizer late. committed eight errors. Stephens praised the ef- On March 2, North Forney fort of his defense, including split its final two games at the goalkeeper Martin Saavedra McKinney ISD tournament, de- along with David Ramirez feating Round Rock Stony Point The Terrell Tribune/PAUL BOTTONI and Adam Romero, who each 6-4 and losing to Coppell 9-5. Terrell first baseman Brett Morgan tags out North Forney’s Cooper Jakubec during the second inning of a were playing new positions District 10-4A game on March 5 at Ben Gill Park. The Tigers won 3-1. because of injuries elsewhere on the roster. Tigers defeat Falcons in 10-4A opener Poetry girls win title “We played a very good and courageous match,” Stephens DALLAS — The girls basket- said. “I was proud of the effort ball team at Poetry Community I received with three starters Christian School won the Texas missing.” Christian Athletic League Class By Todd Jorgenson on the girls side, Terrell 2A state championship on March Cody Patton allowed just three hits against North Forney pitcher Aus- while pitching a complete game, and tin Hale, who also threw a complete suffered its worst defeat of 2 by defeating Live Oak Classical the season with an 11-1 loss to High School. Kris Priddy drove in all three runs at game. Terrell rode a wave of positive mo- the plate for the Tigers (6-3-1, 1-0). “In district, I don’t care what the Forney at City Bank Stadium. The Poetry boys team lost to The lady Tigers (10-9-3, Allen Academy 93-73 in their title mentum into its District 10-4A base- The middle of the lineup provided a score is,” said Terrell head coach Gage ball opener against North Forney on spark for Terrell, as Patton, Priddy and Davis. “We just need to rack up as 0-6-2) remained winless in game later the same day. District 23-4A play. Tuesday, and emerged with a 3-1 win Mychal Alsip posted two hits apiece. at Ben Gill Park. The Tigers had eight hits as a team The Terrell girls will host See TIGERS on Page 6A West Mesquite on Friday, garrett paces Terrell while the boys will travel to West Mesquite on Saturday. CARROLLTON — Terrell’s Jessica Garrett reached the Watts commits to play for Aggies semifinals and finished in fourth place overall in the girls singles A bracket at a March 1 tournament hosted by Carrollton Newman Smith. Also for Terrell, Erica Daniels By Todd Jorgenson from more than a dozen most natural positions, re- reached the girls singles conso- major programs including ceiver and safety. lation semifinals in the B division oklahoma, uClA, Nebraska “My senior year, I can and Dusty Kuban advanced to Almost from the first mo- and oklahoma State. be done with the process,” the boys singles B semifinals. ment he stepped on the Texas He also visited lSu, Baylor Watts said of his recruiting. In doubles, Pricilla Armenta A&M campus last weekend and North Texas for their re- “I’m ready to play more de- and Angelica Guzman fell in the in College Station, Armani cent Junior Day activities. fense and be a leader for the finals of the girls B consolation Watts felt at home. Watts (5-11, 185 pounds), team.” bracket, and Vanessa Aleman later the same day, after who is rated a four-star re- Texas A&M finished with and Raquel Rodriguez placed attending Junior Day festivi- cruit by rivals.com, will play an 11-2 record last season ninth in the girls A bracket. Fran- ties, the North Forney foot- defensive back for the Aggies. and a No. 5 ranking in the cisco Caldera and Crystal Guz- ball standout gave his verbal “You can make big plays final Associated Press poll. man finished 10th in the mixed commitment to play for the on defense, and I like hitting The Aggies defeated oklaho- doubles A bracket. Aggies beginning in 2014. and covering,” Watts said. ma 41-13 in the Cotton Bowl Verbal commitments are “I’ve played safety my whole Classic in January behind non-binding. The first day life.” Heisman Trophy-winning contactus Watts can sign a letter of in- Watts played mostly at quarterback Johnny Manziel. tent is Feb. 5, 2014. quarterback for North For- Watts said he said he is “I like the environment a ney last season. He rushed excited about playing in the The Terrell Tribune welcomes the for 1,017 yards and seven Southeastern Conference, submission of sports scores and photos lot,” Watts said. “It really felt from the community. To submit informa- like I was at home.” touchdowns, while adding possibly getting to major tion for publication, call Todd Jorgenson Although his senior sea- three passing touchdowns bowl games and perhaps at 972-563-6476, extension 102, or The Terrell Tribune/DON JOHNSON son at North Forney won’t and two receiving scores. even winning a national email email@example.com. begin until August, Watts For his senior year, he will North Forney’s Armani Watts has given a verbal already had received offers return to playing his two See WATTS on Page 6A commitment to play football at Texas A&M.
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