The Kilgore News Herald from Kilgore, Texas on December 13, 1998 · 9
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The Kilgore News Herald from Kilgore, Texas · 9

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4 Kilgore News Herald Sunday December 13 1998 Page 9A STATE AND LOCAL 7vrx‘ TmlktsmBm J 0 - A "’”? v- 7$ a Surround Yourself IBzauiy Store Wide SALE Everything Last week for custom orders (Excluding Custom Framing) B & W Frame Shop 316 E Main Kilgore 984-5265 Nursing Home ABUSE We Protect Seniors’ Rights Wrongful Death Claims Nursing Home Injuries Bed Sores Broken Bones Abuse THE LAW OFFICES OF JEFFREY H RASANSKY PC Dallas Texas No office visit required Call us for Help! 8007043578 214747 HELP(4357) Not letnfied ly ilie lend Bonn! of I cgil Spemlidiion Accident victim to see documents DENTON Texas (AP) — The victim of a hit-and-run boat collision that disfigured her will now get to review criminal investigation files in her case A state district judge ruled Friday in Dallas that the Denton County sheriffs department must turn over records to Stephanie Booker of Carrollton Investigators must relinquish all of the case file except that which could damage efforts to identify and find the boaters responsible for the collision her attorney Larry Rolle of Dallas told the Denton Record-Chronicle Judge Bill Stephens visiting judge in the 44th District Court in Dallas gave the sheriff’s department until the end of January to make the file available to Ms Booker said Rolle of the law firm Rolle Breeland Ryan and Landau Although sheriff’s officers contend the investigation into the 1995 collision is not over they concede it is probably too late to file criminal charges in the case Postman plans to 'go postal convicted LAREDO Texas (AP) — AUS Postal worker is facing up to five years in prison for sending a short e-mail to a co-worker in which he said he was going to “go postal” triggering a “shootout at the 0 K Corral” A federal jury convicted John Murillo on Friday of transporting a threat across state lines Prosecutors said the Internet message even though it was sent to a friend who lived across town in Laredo actually passed through Tennessee Georgia and New Jersey before reaching its destination “They are trying everything to make me go postal” the message reads in part “This Mexican can only take so much You kick a dog so much and sooner or later that chain will snap I have been very patient with them but I am tired and making plans judgment day will come It will be a shootout at the OK Corral” During the five-day trial prosecutor Mary Lou Castillo portrayed Murillo 48 as an enraged alcoholic loner who is dangerously close to a psychological collapse the Laredo Morning Times reported “We don’t have to wait until the chain snaps to charge him” Castillo told the jury during closing arguments Friday Solution to domestic violence reported AUSTIN (AP) — It is a familiar statistic: More and more families nationwide are tom apart by domestic violence with each succeeding year In Texas alone families were marred by violence a reported 181773 times in 1997 — up 300 incidents from 1996 “You would think that with all of the changes in law over the past 20 years we would see a decrease in domestic violence but we haven’t” said Pam Willhoite program director of the Texas Council on Family Violence “With all of our new shelter services the demand has gone up” she said And according to Ms Willhoite and other participants at this weekend’s Ninth International Nursing Conference on Ending Violence Against Women it will stay that way until domestic violence is fully recognized as a health issue by health care providers “Every woman who comes in for a health care assessment should be asked about her cholesterol and her blood pressure and then how things are going on at home” said Susan Hadley founder of WomanKind an intervention program in Minneapolis Minn Astronauts prepare for final spacewalk SPACE CENTER Houston (AP) — With the doors to the international space station closed and locked Endeavour’s astronauts turned their attention back to the exterior of the outpost and prepared for a final spacewalk to install a tool bag and unjam a stuck antenna “There’s no time to let up yet” shuttle commander Robert Cabana said The 6 12-hour outing concludes with a photo survey of the seven-story 35-ton space station rrs r4ts j Kt $ v 35 1 h '& SS&m S'fh A t !' v - - -Va iT ’ f -V i v kxc I L A $ s- V tyV fyi - KHS TWIRLERS — The Kilgore High School row left to right are AKandi Steele Tammy Lugo twirlers have had a successful year so far They and Diane Jentes Pictured back row left to right are pictured front row left to right head twirjers Al- are Tayna Hale and Stephanie Franks Iison Tanner and Brandi Custer Showrsecond Rusk County meets Monday HENDERSON — The Rusk County Commissioners Court will meet Monday at 10 am in the commissioners courtroom on the first floor of the courthouse Topics on the agenda are: — Renew audit proposal for general purpose financial statements for the year ending Dec 31 between Rusk County and Richard Loughhn — Discuss budget amendments and transfers in the 1999 budget with Linda Smith the district clerk — Discuss and vote to approve the Texas Eastern Network proposed budget for 1999 — Approve minutes — Approve indigent health care and public assistance reports Kilgore High School Twirlers receive First Division rating in UIL competition GILMER — The Kilgore High School twirlers recently received a First Divisi m rating for twirling at the University Interscholastic League (UIL) competition Brandi Custer and Allison Tanner led the group as head twirlers Other twirlers performing in the contest were Diane Jentes Tayna Hale Kandi Steele and Stephanie Franks Twirlers who received First Division ratings for solo twirling were Custer Lyndsey Meyer and Kimberly Hodges The group wishes to express thanks to KHS band director Mitchell Smith and twirling sponsor Kim Slaytor for their support The twirlers put in many hours practicing for the UIL competition and the routines for the football season They also added a new variety of routines for pep rallies which were choreographed by Custer and Tanner 4STAR CINEMA Sit KILGORE tt33l4l The group will also perform for some home soccer games later this winter The twirlers always look forward to these performances because of excellent crowd response The twirlers will conclude the 1998-99 school year with a trip to Austin in May to perform their group and solo routines for the state UIL twirling contest Kilgore Band Boosters would like to say “ Thanks” for making the annual Fund Raiser Turkey Dinner a success : KHS Administration and Staff Local Businesses Band Parents Kilgore Community 0&an& Hjou ENEMY OF THE STATE SATSUN HAT 2 10 DAILY 4 45 7 10 0 30 DO PSYCHO SAT7SUN MAT215 DAILY 4 55 7 15 3 30 UU A BUG'S LIFE Es! SATy SUN MAT 1 10 3 10 DAILY 5 05 7 10 0 20 I THE RUGRATS MOVIE SAT J SUN MAT 1 05 3-05 DAILY 5 00 7 25 0 25 U SBQlBEAISJEEPBmU Happy tfolidays Special Sale Continues Hardcover Fiction Now 30 Off Reg Price AH Other Books & Gift Items 25 to 30 Off Reg Price Sale ends 1 22498 The Bookworm Hwy 31 W Kilgore 983-2386 "JrGXrt-z What Makes Life So Sweet is You Only Go Around Once Don’t let it pass you by At The Grand Court it’s the little things we do that show you how special we think you are: ' Breakfast lunch & dinner seven days a week Apartment cleaning provided twice monthly Flat laundry service provided once a week Scheduled transportation Assist bars in non-slip bathtubs in all bathrooms Emergency pull chains connecting every apartment with a staff member day or night Beauty & barber shop on sue All in addition to the services that appear in your lease agreement transportation provided to & from property Please! Send me more information on The Grand Court Name Address City State -Zip- Phone n GRAND COURT 2910 N Fastman Road Longview 75605 (903) 758-6332 Attn Wyvctte Elliott -i—-' i —-a r I®3E®E03 v iMBUfofif? O I jB1® i r t m s 4

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