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I - I I ' 2B Sunday October 17 1999 I wwwstar-telegn State Fair Calendar Sunday Oct17 SHOWS North Texas Volkswagen Club: 10 am Classic Corral Nabisco's Backyard Circus: 11 am 1 3 4:30 6:30 pm Hall of State Lawn 1 Chevrolet Magician: 11:15 am 12:15 1:15 2:15 3:45 4:45 5:45 6:45 pm Auto Building Top Flight K-9s: 11:30 am 12:30 1:30 2:30 pm Pan-Am Arena Buford Buzzard Show: Noon 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 " pm Kidway Street Mime: Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Hall of State Lawn Long Tall Nanny: Noon 2 4 6 pm Parkwide World on a String: Noon 2 4 6 pm Hall of State 1 Myna Bird Show: 12:30 1:30 2:15 3 4 5:30 6:30 pm Band Shell Porch Bank One's Birds of the World: 1 2:30 4:30 6 pm Band Shell Mr Klean: 1 3 5 pm Parkwide Midway Barker: 1 2 3 4 5 6 pm Midway Kroger's RCMP Musical Ride: 2 4:30 pm Coliseum Texas Lottery Game Show: 2 5 8 pm Magnolia Lounge Skidboot the Cow Dog: 3:30 4:15 5 pm Pan-Am Arena - Strolling Animals: 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 pm Livestock Area Sheep Dog Shows: 5:45 6:45 7:45 8:45 pm Pan-Am Arena Oldsmobile Starlight Parade: 7:15 pm Parade Route TXU Energy Extravaganza: 8 pm Esplanade MUSIC Latin Express: 11 am Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Miller Plaza Stage Vivac: 11 am Noon 1 2 3 pm Mary's Moo Moo Theater True Texas: 11:30 am 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 5:30 6:30 pm Chevy Suburban Stage Yemoja African Drummers: Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Hall of State Steps Kobushi Drummers: Noon 1 2 3 pm Budweiser Stage Army Band: Noon 1:30 pm Chevy Truck Main-stage Wayanay Inka: 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 pm McDonald'sNBC 5 Stage Linder & Brock: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 pm General Motors Stage Midway Pep Band: 1:30 2:45 4 5:30 pm Midway Scottish Pipe Band: 2 3 4 5 pm Big Tex Circle 1 I VAR: 3 pm Chevy Truck Mainstage Billy Roy's One-Man Band: 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 pm Schepps Dairy Stage -Mr Pink Swing Band: 4 5 6 7 8 pm Mary's Moo Moo Theater Alpentest: 4 5 6 7 pm Budweiser Stage USMC Logistics Band: 4 pm Marine Corps 1 'Square 5 pm Hall of State 1 Panhandlers Steel Drum Band: 4:30 5:30 6:30 1 8:30 9:30 pm Big Tex Circle Flamenco Artista: 4:30 5:30 6:30 pm Mary's 1' 'Moo Moo Theater Quicksilver 5 6 7 8 9 10 pm Miller Plaza Stage 1 The Killdares: 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 pm McDonald'sNBC 5 Stage CELEBRATE OUR LIFE Jalapeno Eating Contest: 4:30 pm Horticulture ' r Center CREATIVE ARTS 2B Sunday October 17 1999 I wwwstar-telegratncom State Fair Calendar Sunday Oct 17 SHOWS North Texas Volkswagen Club: 10 am Classic Corral Nabisco's Backyard Circus: 11 am 1 3 4:30 6:30 pm Hall of State Lawn Chevrolet Magician: 11:15 am 12:15 1:15 2:15 3:45 4:45 5:45 6:45 pm Auto Building Top Flight K-9s: 11:30 am 12:30 1:30 2:30 pm Pan-Am Arena Buford Buzzard Show: Noon 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 pm Kidway Street Mime: Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Hall of State Lawn Long Tall Nanny: Noon 2 4 6 pm Parkwide World on a String: Noon 2 4 6 pm Hall of State Myna Bird Show: 12:30 1:30 2:15 3 4 5:30 6:30 pm Band Shell Porch Bank One's Birds of the World: 1 2:30 4:30 6 pm Band Shell Mr Klean: 1 3 5 pm Parkwide Midway Barker: 1 2 3 4 5 6 pm Midway Kroger's RCMP Musical Ride: 2 4:30 pm Coliseum Texas Lottery Game Show: 2 5 8 pm Magnolia Lounge Skidboot the Cow Dog: 3:30 4:15 5 pm Pan-Am Arena - Strolling Animals: 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 pm Livestock Area Sheep Dog Shows: 5:45 6:45 7:45 8:45 pm Pan-Am Arena Oldsmobile Starlight Parade: 7:15 pm Parade Route TXU Energy Extravaganza: 8 pm Esplanade MUSIC Latin Express: 11 am Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Miller Plaza Stage Vivac: 11 am Noon 1 2 3 pm Mary's Moo Moo Theater True Texas: 11:30 am 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 5:30 6:30 pm Chevy Suburban Stage Yemoja African Drummers: Noon 1 2 3 4 pm Hall of State Steps Kobushi Drummers: Noon 1 2 3 pm Budweiser Stage Army Band: Noon 1:30 pm Chevy Truck Main-stage Wayanay Inka: 12:30 1:30 2:30 3:30 4:30 pm McDonald'sNBC 5 Stage Linder & Brock: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 pm General Motors Stage Midway Pep Band: 1:30 2:45 4 5:30 pm Midway Scottish Pipe Band: 2 3 4 5 pm Big Tex Circle VAR: 3 pm Chevy Truck Mainstage Billy Roy's One-Man Band: 3:30 4:30 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 pm Schepps Daily Stage -Mr Pink Swing Band: 4 5 6 7 8 pm Mary's Moo Moo Theater Alpentest: 4 5 6 7 pm Budweiser Stage ' USMC Logistics Band: 4 pm Marine Corps 'Square 5 pm Hall of State Panhandlers Steel Drum Band: 4:30 5:30 6:30 8:30 9:30 pm Big Tex Circle Flamenco Artista: 4:30 5:30 6:30 pm Maty's ' Moo Moo Theater Quicksilver: 5 6 7 8 9 10 pm Miller Plaza Stage The Killdares: 5:30 6:30 7:30 8:30 9:30 pm McDonald'sNBC 5 Stage CELEBRATE OUR LIFE Jalapeno Eating Contest: 4:30 pm Horticulture Center CREATIVE ARTS 1- Fleece to Shawl Competition: 10 am Contest Kitchen -Country Cooking with Lillie Crowley: 1 pm Demo Kitchen SPECIAL EVENTS IMAX Featurette: 10:30 am 3 4:30 6 9:30 pm The Science Place Chef David Holben: 11 am 1 3 pm Health Expo GyroSpace Gym Demonstration: 11:30 am Health Expo African Elephant Encounter: Noon 2 4 6 pm Natural History Lawn Stationary Bike Workout: 1 2 3 pm Health Expo Hall of State Tour: 1 3 5 pm Hall of State Jazzercise: 2 5 pm Health Expo LIVESTOCK Breeding Sheep Shows: 9 am Swine Arena longhorn Show: 9 am Livestock Pavilion Pigeon Show: 9 am Poultry Building Barn Tours: 10 am through 5:30 pm near Children's Barnyard Milking Parlor: 10 11 am Noon 1 2 3 4 5 6 pm Cattle Barn Animal Facts: 11 am 1 3 5 pm Bovine Beauty Parlor Lone Star Park Horse Demos: 1 2 3 5 pm Lone Star Arena Santa Gertrudis Sale: 2 pm Tom Thumb Pavilion DPD Animal Demo: 4 pm Lone Star Arena PAID ATTRACTIONS IMAX: The Science Place ' Magic of Flight: 11 am 1 3:30 5 6:30 pm Amazon: Noon 7:30 9:30 pm Thrill Ride: 2 pm Scuba Diving: Noon Dallas Aquarium Titanic: 2 pm Music Hall The complete State Fair of Texas schedule is available online at unewstar-telegramcomjstatetair Compiled from staff and wire reports Ei For more news go to N 0 wvmstar-telegramcom tt To search the Metroplex go to wwwdfccom 1 Star-Meg ILIMISITCM SENIOR EDITOR (GOVERNMENTPOLITICS) John Gravois (817) 390-7734 grav©star-teleg rancom a CITY EDITOR Stephen Kaye (817) 390-7840 skayeOstar-telegrancom ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (EDUCATION) Libby Atherbach (817) 390-7683 ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (POLICE AND FIRE) Ernie Makovy (817) 390-7417 emakovystar-telegrancom ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (NIGHTS) Ann Thompson (817) 390-7690 ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (LOCAL GOVERNMENT) John Yearwood (817) 390-7703 iyearwoodstar-telegram tom STATE EDITOR Roland Lindsey (817) 390-7981 NEIGHBORHOODS EDITOR DJ Hill (817) 390-7418 DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY Max Faulkner (817) 390-7790 f GRAPHICS DIRECTOR Frank Pontari (817) 390-7886 1 For more news go to ! 10 wvAvstar-telegramcom I ti To search the Matron lex go wwwd1wcom ! 2 I i i Star-Teecram n3wsr I a SENIOR EDITOR (GOVERNMENTPOLITICS) John Gravois (817) 390-7734 t ' gra4star-teleg ram tom a CITY EDITOR 1 Stephen Kaye (817) 390-7840 4 i skayeOstar-telegramcom II ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (EDUCATION) 11 Libby Atherbach (817) 390-7683 t ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (POLICE AND FIRE) P Ernie Makovy (817) 390-7417 emakovystar-telegramcom c ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (NIGHTS) r Ann Thompson (817) 390-7690 ASSISTANT CITY EDITOR (LOCAL GOVERNMENT) John Yearwood (817) 390-7703 i I yearwoodstar-telegram cam STATE EDITOR ! Roland Lindsey (817) 390-7981 NEIGHBORHOODS EDITOR DJ Hill (817) 390-7418 DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY ! Max Faulkner (817) 390-7790 III GRAPHICS DIRECTOR ) i Frank Pontari (817) 390-7886 uumv Lon ur FrPOluurvirnr Max Faulkner (817) 390-7790 uied to be tried Feb 14 in Texas in Ben- to conspiracy to transport and harbor ille-- sister Kathy and herself yesterday Silver a 12-year survivor of breast cancer joined other f GRAPHICS DIRECTOR ton's death gal immigrants The crime carries a max- women And men at the 17th annual Race for thq Cure at the Northpal Center in Dallas Fa-Frank Pontarl (817) 390-7886 Anderson and Drew Carter the Texas imum five-year sentence turing three divisions the race which originated in Dallas in 1983 drew thousands of womeh iii Metro 11b Texas me4 lp1 41 ! iior 4 i Atit SUNDAY OCTOBER 17 1999 Banquet Sylvester Key left master of ceremonies youth chapter of the Grand Prairie Branch of Freedom Fund Banquet yesterday at the Pa Grand Prairie Texas Funerals held for two law officers killed in ambush PLEASANTON — Grieving relatives and law officers remembered yesterday two of the three officers killed in last week's trailer park ambush and searched for the tragedy's silver lining Atascosa County Sheriff's Deputy Thomas Monse and Texas Department of Public Safety Trooper Terry Miller were buried Monse's widow Mary Alice Monse joked at the service that her husband sometimes called her "a crybaby" because she worried about him being hurt on the job Monse 31 was the first of the three officers to die Later in Jourdanton a crowd spilled into the parking lot of St John's Lutheran Church to honor the 37-year-old Miller In a eulogy for the slain trooper Pastor Alston Kirk said that Miller's last act of getting into his car and backing away from the scene may have saved other lawmen Miller and Monse were among the officers lured to a trailer park in Pleasanton by a bogus 911 call Tuesday night When they arrived 21-year-old Jeremiah Engleton fatally shot them and wounded two other officers before killing himself Prosecutors get approval to pursue death penalty TYLER — Attorney General Janet Reno has given federal prosecutors the OK to seek the death penalty for three Marshall men charged in a series of robberies and killings across East Texas Two of the men Charles Stephens 21 and Daymon Maurice Smith 20 already face state capital murder charges in the botched robbery of First Federal Savings Bank in Longview One teller was killed and a bank manager wounded Kenneth A Tatum 20 was charged in May with attempted robbery in the November kidnapping and slaying of an Overton bank president Trial is set for Nov 8 in Marshall but US District Judge Thad Heartfield of Beaumont has scheduled a hearing Oct 22 in Marshall on a motion for a change of venue Defense attorneys say the trial should be moved because of excessive publicity They have also asked that each defendant be tried separately Kentucky trial called likely for railroad slaying suspect LEXINGTON Ky — A Texas prosecutor said she thinks that suspected serial killer Angel Maturino Resendiz will eventually be returned to Kentucky to face trial in the death of a University of Kentucky student Devon Anderson assistant Harris County district attorney said Friday that once Texas tries Resendiz on murder charges in the death of Houston-area physician Claudia Benton the state has no reason to hold him Resendiz is scheduled to be tried Feb 14 in Texas in Benton's death I Anderson and Drew Carter the Texas i ' í t ' ' t 1 w ' ii ' P4" t'''' 1 0 I ' - I ' 04 1 1 :140 ''''' t d''' ''''' N 7c J : ''' It6 i ' ' ''' ' 1 t welcome Special to the Star-TelegramBoom ORNELAS listens as Sadiyyah Shabazz president of the the NAACP greets people at the 14th Annual vilion at Dallas-Fort Worth Medical Center in Ranger who captured Resendiz at an El Paso border crossing and two others from the Harris County District Attorney's office were in Lexington on Thursday and Friday They discussed Kentucky's case against Resendiz and interviewed the rape victim Basketball coaches want trial moved from Lubbock LUBBOCK — Attorneys for two Hampton University basketball coaches suing the city of Lubbock want a federal judge to recuse himself from their $30 million civil rights lawsuit Plaintiffs' lawyers filed a motion Friday asking that the case be reassigned to a federal judge in Dallas The motion says Judge Sam Cummings "has a deep-seated favoritism of the defendants Clearly the judge's impartiality can be called into question" The lawsuit against the city of Lubbock several police officers and some University Medical Center employees alleges racial bias in the wrongful arrest of the Hampton women's team coach her husband and an assistant outside a Wal-Mart in November 1998 The Virginia school's team was in Lubbock for a basketball game against Texas Tech but the game was canceled because of the arrests Slain woman's family wins suit against former in-law ORANGE — The family of a slain woman which publicized her 1991 death on billboards has won a civil judgment against her estranged husband A jury in Orange awarded $200000 in damages and life insurance on Friday to family members of Kathy Fulton Page It was the third trial of allegations brought by Page's parents against her former husband Steve Page The first two proceedings ended in mistrials Kathy Page was found dead in her car just 100 yards from her Vidor home Vidor police say the woman was strangled although the attacker made her death look like a car wreck Nobody was ever charged and her husband has denied involvement in her death The billboards sought help in finding the killer Steve Page's lawyer said he had not decided whether to appeal 11 people are sentenced in immigrant-smuggling case BROWNSVILLE — Eleven people were sentenced Friday in Brownsville for their part in an immigrant-smuggling ring based in Raymondville The case drew attention in January when US Border Patrol agents found more than 60 undocumented immigrants in a Raymondville grocery store and rundown apartments Some defendants received up to four years in prison Others received probation One remaining defendant is scheduled for sentencing Dec 14 The defendants pleaded guilty in July to conspiracy to transport and harbor illegal immigrants The crime carries a maximum five-year sentence Fort Worth area Three tee-age girls thrown from car in rollover wreck AZLE — Three teen-age girls were injured yesterday when they were thrown from a car as it rolled twice near the 6300 block of Silver Creek Azle Road One teen was flown to John Peter Smith Hospital and two others were transported by ambulance to Harris Methodist in Fort Worth said Capt Herb Chambers a spokesman for the Tarrant Arlington area No serious injuries reported in 1-20 wreck ARLINGTON — No one was serious- ly injured in a four-car wreck yesterday on westbound Interstate 20 near The Parks at Arlington mall police said The wreck occurred about 4:40 pm between the freeway and the service road just east of Cooper Street A van rolled over temporarily trapping a woman inside Arlington police Sgt Barry Hines said The woman and another motorist were taken to area hospitals but their injuries were not believed to be life-threatening Hines said Two others were not injured he said The wreck knocked down a light pole on the freeway and Texas Department of Transportation workers were called to repair it Hines said The wreck slowed westbound traffic to Grand Prairie and eastbound traffic was brought to a crawl even though no portion of the wreckage blocked freeway lanes The cause of the wreck was still under investigation yesterday Martin Luther King essay art contest deadline is set ARLINGTON — Arlington students who want to compete in an art and essay contest sponsored by the city's Martin Luther King Jr Celebration Committee must submit entries by Nov 5 The annual Sharing the Dream essay contest is open to high school seniors who attend Arlington schools or live in the city: The theme is "Dr King's Dream: Deferred or Fulfilled?" Essay competition winners will receive US Savings Bonds valued at $1000 $750 or $500 The art contest is open to high school juniors and seniors who live in Arlington or attend classes in the Arlington school district The winning design will appear on celebration publicity material including T-shirts programs and posters Winners will receive bonds valued at $500 $200 or $100 Winners will be announced during the Sharing the Dream Banquet at the University of Texas at Arlington on Jan 14 Entries must be submitted no later than 4 pm Nov 5 to the City of Arlington Public Information Office Mail Stop 01-0370 Attn: The MLK Millennium Celebration Committee PO Box 231 Arlington TX 76004-0231 Water department to provide fun learning for Scouts ARLINGTON — Arlington Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts can learn about water quality issues during Scouts Night Out from 6 to 8 pm Tuesday at the Arlington Water Utilities' South Service Center 1100 SW Green Oaks Blvd Scouts will observe a water volcano make a rain gauge plant seeds and recite the water conservation pledge during the event which is sponsored by Arlington Water Utilities Those who complete the activities will receive a "Care for the Earth" participation patch For more information call 459-6284 Traffic delays expected for Davis Street construction ARLINGTON — Count on delays at the railroad tracks in the Davis Street Racing for a - ' 1 - ( N t : i -I i ': ) fi 1 1 0ot ' a - 0 ' ' "- '-- --- )" 4 ''''' Shm-Not -r- 4--t-a1 ' 4 ) I 101 wALKING s a -4 ! I 1 t4 1i T: t11::t 4:4:14:: 7A ft I'm' I cleAtF 1)1 LA - 4: : : FlY Al - - ' t MD - -Ar ' k ' It ' II I ' t 01 tD 19 elt I - 4 10: ts :77 - i7: I - 1 ' (444r: ' --- i 4 : -:: - wAoralta:: : I ' ''''' a my 111 i' zg :' I MI '61"- ''' ''' 1 t - k-"'"' t1 - AA) i — --'"- - ir - 1 ------ '''' et t0-------------—--0' 1 ' - : 00"41 Ir i i - - -0-''e 44 t 1 ' : 1 i' — —- 4- Z r 1 IL: rz tr31 Special to the Star-TelegramU MARC BENAVIDEZ Liz Silver of Dallas center displays a sign remembering her sister Dido and honoring her sister Kathy and herself yesterday Silver a 12-year survivor of breast cancer joined other women find men at the 17th annual Race for the Cure at the Northpal Center in Dallas Fgaturing three divisions the race which originated in Dallas in 1983 drew thousands of womeit County Sheriff's Department Their names and conditions were not available last night The accident occurred about 4:30 pm The girls were traveling south when the driver lost control of her vehicle crossed the median and rolled the vehicle Chambers said Two girls were immediately ejected The third was thrown from the vehicle when it rolled a second time he said The cause of the accident remains under investigation but Chambers said it did not appear that drugs or alcohol contributed to the single-car rollover ' crossing just south of Division Street as crews begin pavement repairs tomorrow Work is expected to last two weeks Seminars to offer tips on space time management GRAND PRAIRIE — Deniece Schofield may be the most envied woman in the United States Schofield is a home-management expert whose books articles and seminars are aimed at making people space-and time-efficient Schofield author of Confessions of an Organized Homemaker and several other books will present two seminars Thursday in Grand Prairie Topics for each of the two-hour sessions will include Ways to have a neat house happy kids and calm parents How to eliminate scraps of paper How to use a calendar and schedule time Household hints for more efficient use of space and time There is no preregistration for the seminars Fee is $20 at the door The seminars begin at 10 am and 7 pm Thursday at Sumner Suites 1542 N Texas 360 in Grand Prairie For more information call seminar sponsors at (800) 835-8463 Mansfield festival draws large crowd at new site MANSFIELD — Thousands of visitors found the 14th annual Mansfield Hometown Festival yesterday at its new and bigger location featuring an expanded roster of activities The sprawling site between RL Anderson Stadium and the Anderson Education Complex was home to arts and crafts jogging all-you-can-eat pancakes pumpkin painting pet shows music and even free flu shots and a placeto donate blood People seemed to prefer the new location with its cool patches of grass shade trees and a building for special events over the concrete at the previous site on Main Street downtown The chamber of commerce was expecting 25000 or more to attend the event City not outlining residential restrictions for creek plan ARLINGTON — Although it's not quite a secret future property restrictions along the Johnson Creek corridor probably won't be a major part of the city's education campaign If voters approve funding for the Johnson Creek plan land near the creek will most likely face increased regulations that could include what kind of trees that property owners can plant whether they are allowed to erect a fence or what they can rebuild after a disaster such as a fire city officials said The city faced this issue before when officials created an overlay district ordinance for the Johnson Creek proposal in 1998 which was rejected by voters It brought opposition from property owners controversy and negative publicity for the project Some city leaders and political analysts say that considering an overlay district before this election doesn't make sense because it's not needed now and will only bring unwanted controversy to an already sensitive issue cure in Dallas

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