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Section A Page 26 Fort Worth Lake From Page 23 aid Stephanie Booker of Carrollton was maimed by the propeller of a speedboat that landed on her smaller craft just off a marina in a no-wake zone Even before a Labor Day deadline set for the task force's recommendations the county will step up lake patrols and tighten enforcement of current laws Lucas said :"There are some solutions to stop the madness" and change "Lewisville from being one of the most dangerous to one of the safest in the state of Texas" Moseley said ' State Rep Burt Solomons RCarrollton co-chairman of the task force said he will push for passage of a bill in the next legislative session to license pleasure boat operators and change boating regulations to set speed limits and require insurance Solomons noted that there are no laws setting boat speed limits unless the boats are in a designated no-wake zone - In the meantime Solomons said the task force will among other things consider placing lifeguards at the lake's swimming areas "Historically every Labor Day every Fourth of July we have drownings at state park lakes and I think we can do something about that" Solomon said "To me it's a disgrace an absolute disgrace to put kids in an area without a lifeguard" -Aside from the water-safety task force Sen Jane Nelson R-Flower Mound said she is organizing a Ltwisville Lake Watch a sort of "neighborhood crime watch" for Baptists From Page 23 vienical "All Church Build" sponsOred by the Fort Worth Area Habitat for Humanity It will be a return visit to Fort Worth for the fellowship which held its first official national assembly in Fort Worth in 1992 Moderate Baptists who were ousted from control of the Southern Baptist Convention by coniervatives after a decade of tumultuous political battles chartered the fellowship as a "church within a church" in 1991 'Although not officially a separate denomination the fellowship has its own national conventions a separate headquarters in Atlanta that accepts money from churches and a mission board that supports 63 missionaries and helps finance moderate-backed seminaries such as Baylor's Truett Seminary Baptists who support the fellowship are divided over whether the group should declare itself a separate denomination "We are split over that" said Sherman citing a professional poll done in March that showed that about half of the 500 fellowship :supporters who were polled by tele'phone wanted to become a separate denomination "It's going to be a topic of conversation but I think it's in the future" But conservative leaders of the national Southern Baptist Convention already treat the fellow-'ship as a rival denomination The fellowship has grown from 391 contributing churches and receipts of $45 million in May 1991 when it was chartered to 1377 contributing churches and receipts of $112 million in 1994 Sherman said A $13 million annual budget is expected to be adopted during the Fort Worth meeting : Conservatives who control the 155 million-member Southern Baptist Convention believe in a literalist view of the Bible and require that employees accept their view of biblical inerrancy the be: lief that the Bible is without error historically scientifically and the Moderate Baptists voice strong belief in the Bible but contend that : conservatives are violating his toric Baptist traditions by not al' lowing individuals enough freedom of conscience to interpret the : Scriptures for themselves : The Thursday night opening of the fellowship will center on a new : I 600-word mission statement of : the moderate group focusing on four elements: Bible freedom soul : freedom church freedom and religious freedom OTher speakers will include Star-Telegram I Friday July 141995 t Lewisville Lake Lake Grapevine Flower Mound "Nov1 0A Lewisville--::"- DENTON COUNTY -- --- & Grapevine TARRANT COLIN Tex c DALyIAS COU TY n5p Fort Worth Star-lblegram pleasure boaters modeled after a program at Lake Travis near Austin It would encourage people to learn boating safety and tip authorities off to reckless behavior on the water Brent Booker the father of the woman maimed June 17 said he was initially skeptical about the task force idea but he said yesterday that he is confident that it will help "put the lid back on" the lake Booker who has hired a private detective to help trace the couple whose boat injured his daughter said authorities have collected teal-colored chips from the boat's hull Lucas confirmed that "chips and other forensic evidence" were found but said that tracing the boat remained difficult He said his department has been receiving information on possible leads every day A $ 14000 reward has been offered Stephanie Booker manager of a temporary employment agency before the accident will undergo surgery on her face at least a half-dozen times during the next two years her father said He added that she might require treatment for neurological damage Russell Dilday: Moderates' featured speaker Molly Marshall formerly a theology professor at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville Ky who was asked to leave last year by the seminary's president Albert Mohler He contended that her writings violated the school's conservative theological standard Marshall disputed Mohler's assessment but resigned and is now a visiting professor at Central Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City Kan Other speakers will include author-evangelist Tony Campo lo and the Rev Richard Jackson a former superchurch pastor in Phoenix who is now a Texas-based evangelist The Southern Baptist denomination's conservative-controlled Executive Committee voted in I 994 to refuse contributions from churches funneled through the Atlanta fellowship and asked its other agencies including the six official Southern Baptist seminaries also to reject money given through the moderate group Although many saw it as a punitive move toward the fellowship Sherman said churches have not deserted the moderate organization "It seems to have worked in our favor" Sherman said Support for the fellowship has increased he said Many churches such as First Baptist Church of Arlington and Broadway Baptist Church in Fort Worth support both the moderate fellowship and most of the programs of the national Southern Baptist Convention Also many state Baptist conventions which are independent of the national convention still officially accept money through the moderate fellowship The Baptist General Convention of Texas which is controlled by moderates angered many conservatives last year by voting to accept money from the moderate fellowship and count it as part of the Cooperative Pro- gram the official unified giving plan of Southern Baptists area --- 1!3-80 Denton osk Fort Mr Dallas - th $1400 40$9" AVPeVine Flower DENTON -Nox4k OUNTY COUNTY Grapevine ETE TARRANT I DALLAf COUR st COU i ' ' 1 i:' 'n--"'w 4'X "7'-- ' ' ' '''''' --k' '4' '''' ''': -11 l' :voigidie''': 1 k H''''''' :i ''''' ' - t Cannon From Page 23 began anew in June with the help of high-tech remote sensing devices which were used to survey the entire area This month underwater divers and excavation teams searched the Trial From Page 23 the chromosomes of every human cell that contains the body's genetic program "We've asked the judge for a court-appointed DNA expert on my client's behalf" Hall said Also testifying in the trial yesterday was Fort Worth police officer Sherman Neal father of Getzell DeShea Murrell 19 who is also charged in the case Neal testified that he helped Fort Worth and Hurst detectives with the investigation that led to his son's arrest Murrell is scheduled to testify today and is expected to plead guilty during the next few days in exchange for his testimony attorneys and court officials said White and Murrell are accused Some nightclubs halt banners over Ballpark BY LAURA VOZZELLA Fort Worth Star-Telegram ARLINGTON — If the skies seem clearer lately over The Ballpark in Arlington fans have more than Mother Nature to thank Two of the city's sexually oriented nightclubs have stopped flying banner advertisements over games Other clubs plan to continue the practice which was suspend during Tuesday's All-Star Game "We didn't think it was right just too many kids out there" said a Paradise City Cabaret employee who declined to give disclose his name "One of the owners took a Little League team to a game and had to explain for 30 minutes what all those signs meant" Lace dropped its flyover advertising three or four weeks ago said manager GW Freitag "We like to keep in good with the city" Freitag said "That way we don't have any problem with them You can't fight city hall put it that way" The Dallas chapter of the Texas Entertainment Association a trade group discussed the issue at a recent meeting but did not reach any conclusions said Randy Hanshaw a consultant with New Orleans Nights Restaurant & Bar in Fort Worth BIRTHS April 6 All Saints Episcopal Hospitals Boys Matthew Keith Albright Parents: Laura Pauline and Philip Taylor Albright Fort Worth Jesse Noe De La Rosa Parents: Debra and Noe De La Rosa Fort Worth Alex Johnathan Garza Parents: Kimberly Kay Garza and Alex Pierre Brenike Cleburne Kion Marcel Jordan Parent: Rachelle M Jordan Fort Worth Girls is Alexis Hernandez Parents: Gloria Linda and Lee Oswald Hernandez Fort Worth Arlington Medical Center Boy Christopher Matthew Wagner Parent: Jill Wagner Arlington Girls Anndia Rainshinese Tar Tonianek' Donahue Parents: Chandra and Gregg Donahue Arlington Anastasia Nell Snoddy Parents: Chayzane and Richard Snoddy Arlington Arlington Memorial Hospital Boy Jacob Cole Pisana Parents: Lacey Tomez and Bill Pisana Arlington Girls Faith Delaine Hardin Parents: Sarah toga's Hardin and Bobby Hardin Arlington Lauren Nicole Young Parents: Tiffena and James Tony Young Arlington Baylor Medical Center at Grapevine Boy Brett Allen Griffith Parents: Christina Lynn and Paul Brian Griffith Euless Girls Cathryn Frances Ciarfella Parents: Jane and William Ciarfella Southlake Harris Methodist Fort Worth Boys Terrin Cole Hunter Parents: Kim A and Colton L Hunter Rhome Cody Lane Lewis Parents: Jarie and Ron Lewis Fort Worth Jayson Garrett Long Parents: Tammy L and Jay D Long Fort Worth Girls Rachel Sierra Guarneri Parents: Monica S and Julio S Guarneri Fort Worth Harris Methodist HEB Boys Alexander Joseph Kane Parents- Sharon A and James M Kane Grapevine Ryan Christopher Kee Parents Elizabeth and Lanny bay waters Yesterday divers pulled out the cannon heavily encrusted with mud and ocean floor debris Hosing it off they exposed a bronze exterior decorated with a king's crest and two dolphins on top "It's a once-in-a-lifetime thing for a archaeologist to locate a site of this historical importance this cultural importance" said Barto Arnold a marine archaeologist for of abducting the woman at gunpoint from a west Hurst apartment complex and assaulting her according to testimony After releasing her in an east Fort Worth field police say the men doused the car with lighter fluid and set it afire White and Murrell are charged with aggravated kidnapping aggravated sexual assault and arson They could receive life sentences if convicted on any of the charges White's brother AJ Anderson 20 is charged with aggravated sexual assault and aggravated kidnapping in the case Detectives said Anderson drove a van that followed the victim's car and picked up the men after they set the car on fire The three Fort Worth men were arrested by police a few days after the attack when detectives made public a surveillance camera photograph of a man who looked like Murrell buying lighter fluid at an east Fort Worth gasoline station "There's a generalconsensus to be considerate" Hanshaw said "I don't think there's been a final consensus on that issue" Even if the association takes a position against flyover ads it has no way to enforce the policy said Hanshaw who said the group consists of "a handful" of club owners Arlington Mayor Richard Greene said that although he would like to see all of the banners disappear he is pleased that some of the clubs have dropped them "That's very good news as far as I'm concerned" Greene said "I wish it was something they'd all agree to" Because airspace is controlled by the Federal Aviation Administration neither the city nor the Texas Rangers can do anything about banner-towing airplanes US Rep Joe Barton an Ennis Republican whose district includes parts of Arlington has reintroduced a bill that would ban low-flying planes from The Ballpark's airspace during games Barton was able to halt the flyovers during the All-Star Game with the help of the Federal Aviation Administration and an obscure provision in the law that restricts airplane fly-overs during special events Kee Keller Dominic Christian Lanciaux Parents: Donna Brown andJoe Lanclaux Watauga Gavin Wayne Wood Parents: Holli L and Glen W Wood Bedford Harris Methodist Southwest Boys Jessie Junior Deckard Parents: Tammy Lashon Birdow and Jessie Deckard Fort Worth John Tyler Jennings Parents: Mary Margaret and Perry Allen Jennings Boyd Stefan Alexi Trevino Parents: Deborah L and Ricardo Trevino Kennedale Huguley Memorial Medical Center Boys Tremain Keyon Smith Parent: Alma Coaster Fort Worth Skyler Seth Boswell Stephenson Parents: Melody Renee and Robert Drew Stephenson Fort Worth Girls Cynthia Sheree Tribble Parent: Tamera Zimmerman Lewsville John Peter Smith Hospital Boys Ralph Allen Langley Parents: Laura Wlaschin and Robert Langley Fort Worth Jesus Ortega Ramirez Parents: Manbel and Jesus Ortega Fort Worth Girls Sally Noemi Lianas Parents: Clara and Eloy Lianas Fort Worth Northeast Community Hospital Boy Sean Eston Kilpatrick Parents: Sarah and Shannon Kilpatrick Haltom City Girls Crisanna Lee Terry Parents: Vera and Douglas Terry Haltom City Plaza Medical Center Boy Clinton Lee Grant Parents: Kimberly D and Ricky Lee Grant Keller Girls Sydney Bethea Hogentogler Parents: Katryna and Eric Boyd Hogentogler Fort Worth Birth announcements are published daily in the Fort Worth Star-Telegram If you wish to have your newborn's birth announcement published please ask for a form from your hospital If you have a question about whether an announcement has appeared call 390-7410 and a Star-Telegram customer service representative will help you C the historical commission Additional searches will be held in the area for other shipwrecks and parts of two late 19th-century lighthouses destroyed by hurricanes Archaeologists said the cannon is important because it could provide new information about the era including maritime trade exploration colonization and the development of Texas It also is significant because of its connection to La Salle whose full name is René Robert Cavelier Sieur de La Salle La Salle was the first European to explore the Mississippi River and track it to the Gulf of Mexico After surveying Matagorda Bay in the late 1970s archaeologists found it teeming with shipwrecks The cannon has been the most significant find to date they said The cannon is believed to be OBITUARIES T George Roberson SUNBURY — T George Roberson 76 a retired truck driver died Sunday at home Memorial service: 2 pm Saturday at Martin's Funeral Home Entombment: Holly Hills Memorial Park Mausoleum Mr Roberson was a member of Teamsters Local 745 and drove for 44 years before retiring in 1979 He drove 312 million miles without an accident while working for Sunset Motor Lines and East Texas Motor Freight He was a member of Sonora United Methodist Church and served in the Army's 1st Cavalry in World War Survivors: Wife Marie Haney Roberson of Gran bury son and daughter-in-law George L and Elaine Roberson of Irving three brothers JD Roberson of Kingsland Doyle Roberson of Mineral Wells and Pete Roberson of Granbury two sisters Charlsie Hughes of Carlsbad NM and Sue Owens of Desdemona and two grandchildren Mark and Matthew Roberson of Webster Martin's Funeral Home Granbury (817)573-1154 Dedric L Roberts WEATHERFORD — Dedric Leon Roberts 60 a security guard died Thursday at a Dallas hospital ' Funeral: 1:30 pm Saturday at Blessing Funeral Home Burial: Shannon Rose Hill Memorial Park in Fort Worth Visitation: 8 to 9 tonight at the funeral home Mr Roberts was a military veteran and a member of Gospel Light Church in Fort Worth Survivors: Fiancee Carol A Lewis of Fort Worth son Dedric Leon Roberts Jr of Cleburne daughter Rachael Ogle of Burleson two sisters Sarah E Burgess of Mansfield and Violet R Gerth of Weatherford two grandchildren one aunt and several nephews and nieces Blessing Funeral Home Mansfield 473-1555 Gary O Rushing GRANBURY — Gary a Rushing 42 a paper hanger and home construction worker died Thursday at a local hospital Funeral:4 pm Saturday at the Gazebo in Garden of Memories in Stephenville Visitation: 8 am to 9 pm today at Martin's Funeral Home in Granbury Martin's Funeral Home Granbury 817-573-1154 William L Saunders DUBLIN — William Lawson Saunders 85 a retired brick mason died Wednesday at a De Leon hospital Graveside service: 10 am Saturday in Lower Greens Creek Cemetery in Erath County Visitation: 7 am to 9 pm today and 7 am to 9:30 am Saturday at Harrell Funeral Home Memorials: Dublin Masonic Lodge 504 Harrell Funeral Home Dublin(817)445-3311 Ronald D Schrank WEATHERFORD — Ronald Daryl Schrank 47 a roofing contractor died Sunday at a Dallas hospital Memorial service: 2 pm Saturday at Trinity Lutheran Church 1500 Ball St His body was donated to the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas Memorials: American Cancer Society Trinity Lutheran Church Building Fund 1500 Ball St or a charity of choice Mr Schrank was born May 4 1948 in Hamilton the son of Eldor R and Ada Krueger Schrank He was a 1966 graduate of Hamilton High School and was an Army veteran He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister Mrs Elton (Wyvonne)Kohler Survivors: Daughter Kimberlie Schrank of Weatherford two brothers EE "Jack" Schrank of Plano and Kenneth W Schrank of Meridian two sisters Virginia Smith of Tulsa Okla and Mrs JB (Joyce) Horn of Axtell and numerous nieces and nephews Charles E Scott FORT WORTH Charles E Scott who did yardwork died Sunday at a Fort Worth hospital Funeral: 2 pm today at Baker Funeral Home Burial: Cedar Hill Memorial Park Baker Funeral Home 301E Rosedale St 332-4468 For daily updates on death notices from the Associated Press see StarText the Star-Telegram's online news service For information on subscribing to StarText call 390-7905 or Metro (817) 429-2655 ext 7905 from the ship l'Belle which sank on a mission to explore and set up a colony along the Gulf of Mexico It was La Salle's personal ship a gift from King Louis XIV and wrecked a year before La Salle was murdered by his own men in Texas L'Belle is among 2000 shipwrecks off the Texas coast including hundreds of others in Matagorda Bay a major commerce center in the late I 800s Another ship belonging to La Salle Aimable sank a year betor l'Belle and is also being sought by the archaeologists in Matagorda Bay The cannon will be shipped to the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History where it will undergo restoration and preservation This report contains material from The Associated Press Floyd Shackelford JOSHUA — Floyd Shackelford 77 a retired dry cleaning business owner died 't Thursday at a local — hospital k Funeral: 10 am Saturday at Laurel t 4 ' Land Chapel of the!' Chimes in Fort Worth k Burial: Laurel Land Memorial Park Mr Shackelford owned the Shackelford Unique Cleaners in Polytechnic Heights for 30 years He was a member of Caddo Grove Masonic Lodge 352 in Joshua for 29 years and St Matthew Cumberland Presbyterian Church in Burleson Survivors: Wife Ruth Shackelford of Joshua daughter ard son-in-law Jeanette and Jerry Schmidt of Granbury four grandchildren and three great-grandchildren Laurel Land 7100 Crowley Road 293-1350 Joyce A Shaw BURLESON — Joyce Ann Shaw 57 retired secretary for Shaw Medical Center died Wednesday in Rio Vista : Funeral: 2 pm today at First Assembly of God in Joshua Burial: Burleson Cemetery Martin's Funeral Home Cleburne (817)558-3250 ' Ola M Simpson FORT WORTH — Ola M Simpson 88 who worked in sales died Thursday at a " Fort Worth hospital Funeral: 2 pm -- Saturday at Greenwood Funeral Home Burial: Mount Olivet Cemetery Visitation: 7 to 8 tonight at the funeral home Mrs Simpson was born in Weatherfora and had lived in Fort Worth since 1978 She was a member of Birchman Baptist Church Survivors: Three nephews Roy Knight of Hico Cecil Knight of Houston and Gene Hudson of Galveston and three nieces Rene Kimbrough Ruth Kelley and her husband Bob and Sandra Grimland all of Fort Worth Gerald D Smith FORT WORTH — Gerald Dwayne Smith 46 a registered -7 pharmacist died Tuesday at a local hospital Funeral: 11 am ) Saturday at St er7- Andrew United 3 Methodist Church Burial: Cedar Hill Memorial Park in Arlington Wake: 7 to 8 tonight at Baker Funeral Home Gerald Dwayne Smith was a lifelong resident of Fort Worth and was the son of the late Coy Smith and Mrs Faye Gwendalyn Smith of Fort Worth He was a graduate of IM Terrell High School received a bachelor of science degree from Wiley College at Marshall and took advanced study at Southern University He was a member of St Andrew United Methodist Church and Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Survivors: Wife Mrs Fannie Smith of Mesquite son Coy Smith II of Mesquite two daughters Andrea Elisa Smith of Shreveport La and Shameka Fayevette Smith of Mesquite mother Mrs Faye G Smith of Fort Worth mother-in-law WS Clara Marsh of Marshall two sisters Gwendolyn Smith Ingram of Forest Hill and Sharon New-Man Stanfield of Fort Worth maternal grandmother Melia Robinson of Fort Worth and uncles aunts nieces nephews other relatives and friends 3 Baker Funeral Home 301 E Rosedale St 332-4468 Maxine D Widger i I'":FA fAs- i FORT WORTH — Maxine Davis Widger 79 Wednesday in Fort ' Worth Funeral: 11 am 'r Saturday at Greenwood Funeral Home Burial: Private t4 e She will lie in state Friday and Saturday morning at the funeral home Mrs Widget is a former employee Of Rowan Drilling She retired after 25 years She was a member of Central Christian Church and Desk & Derrick She was preceded in death by het husband Charles P "Billy" Widger in 1985 Memorials: Alzheimer's Association Tarrant County Chapter PO Box 9709 Fort Worth 76102 Survivors: Two sisters Louise Cannon of Claremore Okla and Violet Marshall of Altus Okla nephew Dr Ted Marshall of Tulsa Okla and niece Brenda Risner of Vista Calif Greenwood Funeral Home 3100 WhiteCettlement Road 336-0584 A Aiwa& la& Oa OW aw Aiwa& a

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