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YOAKUM Workers have now capped the oil well which blew out Aug. 28, causing an explosion and fire which raged for several days. The Nabors Industries oil rig ex-

which operated the rig, said Tuesday in a news release via e-mail. The explosion will be investigated by the Texas Railroad Commission and the federal Department of Labors Occupational Safety and Health Administration. The OSHA investigation could take up to six months.

Shortly after the explosion, EOG released a statement about the incident and reported that all workers were uninjured and accounted for. EOGs first priority in responding to this incident is the safety of personnel working on site, the responders who are providing asFIRE, Page A5

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Area residents were quick to respond with pictures and information following the explosion of the Nabors Industries/EOG rig in far southwest Lavaca County Aug. 28. At left, resident Cheryl Michalec furnished a shot of the fire about an hour after it happened. Tray Rankin (center) said he could see this from my back porch. The fire continued to burn through the weekend, as the photo at right from The Cannons Dave Mundy attests.

Global energy player building new facility here


By CEDRIC IGLEHART
newseditor@gonzalescannon.com

Earl Parker experienced The regional explorathe horrors of Omaha tion for natural resources Beach and survived to continues to reap financial see ultimate victory. See benefits locally. Page A3. Dynamic Industries, Inc. announced the acquisition of property in town on Thursday. The company is part of Dynamic Energy Services International LLC, a leading fabrication and service provider to the global oil, gas and energy industries.

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Dynamic Industries bought the three remaining lots in the Gonzales Industrial Park, about eight acres in total, and will soon start construction on a new campus. The property will be developed in two phases. Phase One is construction of a 12,000 square-foot facility on one and a half stabilized acres that will house a state of the art electrical DYNAMIC, Page A5

Dynamic Industries, a global player in the energy industry, will be building a new campus on Commerce Court in Gonzales Industrial Park. Pictured with the newly-erected sign announcing their coming is Vicky Helm, Dynamics business developer in shale plays. (Photo by Cedric Iglehart)

Theres a lot of activity in downtown Gonzales these days new businesses are sprouting. See Page A12.

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the office at least two days prior to the event so accommodations can be arranged. For more information or to pre-register for the event contact the Guadalupe County Extension office at 210 E. Live Oak in Seguin, 830-303-3889. The Moulton High School Reunion for all classes will be held on October 19, 2013 at the KC Hall in Moulton. Registration and visiting will begin at 2 p.m. Dinner will begin at 5:30 p.m. followed by a short meeting. A dance will follow from 7 p.m. until 11 p.m. with music by the Red Ravens. A fee of $12.50 per person includes a catered meal and dance. The classes of 1961, 1962 and 1963 will be honored as they have or are celebrating their 50th anniversary since the last reunion. Graduating classes through the class of 1976 will receive written invitations in midAugust--but the reunion is for anyone and everyone who ever attended Moulton High School. Those who need to provide a new address or those not identified to receive a written invitation or need more infotmation should contact Dennis Ellinghausen (361-596-7721) or e-mail ellinghausen@att.net or Tony Janak

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(361-596-8185). The Last reunion was held in 2010. The WIC Wellness Garden offers free weekly gardening classes to WIC participants and WIC eligible public every Friday. Classes are at 9 a.m. (April-September) or 11 a.m. (October-March). The garden is located right outside of the WIC office, located at 229 St. George St. in Gonzales. Dietitian Cynthia Green and Gonzales Master Gardeners will teach you how to grow your own food for your family almost anywhere and anyhow you want. Please join us and go home with some delicious produce. Go to fns.usda.gov/wic to learn more about WIC eligibility, or call the WIC office at 830-6727083. Vietnam Veterans meet the first Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at the Hotel Texas in Hallettsville. Any veteran serving during the period of 1957-1975 is invited to join. For more information, call Don Williams at 361798-1499.

Gardening Classes

There will be a Walk Class/Leslie Sansone DVD offered at First United Methodist Church at 2 p.m. Monday through Thursday, conducted by Wesley Nurse Shirley Goss, RN. The class is free to the public There will be a Flex & Tone Exercise Class offered at First United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. The class is conducted by Wesley Nurse Shirley Goss, RN and is free to the public. New this semester at Christian Womens Job Corps will be Freedom classes: Mondays 8:3010:30 beginning Monday, September 9, led by Julie Winton. Also scheduled will be a Womens Bible study, From Dream to Destiny by Robert Morris, Tuesday mornings 10 - 11:30, Tuesday afternoon 1:30-3 p.m. led by Sherry Poe and Irene Rinehart For details, call Sherry Poe at 830-857-4960 or come by 721 St. Louis - The Bethany House. The Briefcase this month will feature Gwen Hodges presenting the program, Then Sings My Soul...Stories Behind Some of Our Most Beloved Hymns, from 12:05-12:55 p.m. at the Fellowship Hall at First Baptist Church-Gonzales. There will be a salad luncheon of chicken and ham salad, pimento cheese, crackers and drinks. Childcare is available on request, contact the church at 672-9595.

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The Thomas Shelton Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will hold a Constitution Week Luncheon on Saturday, September 21. The luncheon will begin on noon and be held in the Fellowship Hall of the First Methodist Church. The Small Business Development Center has announced the following upcoming event: Empower Your Marketing, Sept. 11, 10 a.m. - noon, 1614 N. Texana St., Hallettsville, TX 77964-4580 This free seminar may be cancelled if minimum number of registrants is not met. Satisfactory meeting room temperatures are difficult to maintain. Always bring a sweater or jacket to ensure comfort. The Texas AgriLife Extension Service will host a Fall Weed and Brush Workshop on Friday September 13 at the Luling Foundation Farm located at 523 South Mulberry Street in Luling from 9 a.m. until noon. Registration will begin at 8:30 a.m. Three TDA CEUs will be offered to pesticide applicators. Topics to be covered at the program will include Brush Management, Broad Leaf Weed Management, Planning for next year, and Plant Identification. Participants will also get to view broad leaf herbicide trials that are established at the farm. Please pre-register with the Guadalupe County Extension Office by Wednesday September 11th at 830-303-3889 to ensure an accurate count of handouts. Registration is $10. Individuals with disabilities should contact

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Registration to join the Independence Trails Girl Scouts for the 2013-2014 will be held September 5, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Lions Park in Gonzales. Registration fee is $15. Register and participate in various activities and see a little of what is in store for the girls this year. The Girl Scouts have a tradition of 100 years of helping girls ages 5-17 in grades K-12 realize their full potential and become self-confident, strong and compassionate. To learn more, visit www.girlscouts.org. The Gonzales V.F.W. Post 4817 Auxiliary will have a Multi-Family Rummage & Bake Sale on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 7 a.m. to sold out. Come stuff a bag for a $1 or a big bag for $5. Dont forget a get to purchase a delicious cake, pie, cookies, brownies, etc. A Hunters Safety & Education Course will be conducted on Saturday, September 14 at 3 p.m. at 5631 US 183 North in Gonzales. Participants will have to register online to complete the classroom portion of the training prior to the field training on September 14. You must have completed the online training and bring documentation of completion to the field training. For registration and other details, please contact Wayne Spahn at 830-672-3720 or Ray Raley, Jr. at 830-857-3853.

Girl Scouts Signups

1. Any business can enter. 2. Fill out an entry form as attached. Or..... 3. Call Main Street at 672-2815 4. Fall Decorations can be anything you come up with. Use your imagination! 5. Judging will be held on October 2, 2013. First, Second, and Third place winners will be announced. 6. This event is sponsored by the Gonzales Main Street Have your display up by September 30, 2013
Name:____________________________________ Address:__________________________________ Contact Person:_____________________________ Phone #:___________________________________ Email Address:______________________________ Form Information call: 672-2815 Send Completed Form to: Gonzales Main Street P.O. Box 547 Gonzales, Texas 78629
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From the horror of Omaha Beach to final victory: the Earl Parker story
Earl Parker was born in Frankfort, KY., 89 years ago, the son of a retail dairyman. During high school (1942) he tried to join the Marines, but failed the vision test. Disappointed, he entered Eastern Kentucky University for a degree in physical education and then the Army called. Drafted in March 1943, he endured 13 weeks of basic training (infantry) in Georgia, and in November shipped out for England. There he became 1st Infantry Division, the Big Red Oneand trained to invade France during Operation Overlord. As a machine gun team member, he practiced intensely all over England until June 1944. The weather on June 5th

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Lew McCreary
Lew McCreary is a resident of the Conroe area who also owns land in Lavaca and Gonzales counties. He is compiling the stories of our honored veterans from throughout the region, especially those of the World War II era. If youd like to see the story of your honored veteran featured, contact him at lrmmccreary@consolidated.net

was bad, so they launched on the 6th when it was worse. PFC Earls vessel, an LCVP carrying 30 G.I.s, was deployed nine miles off Omaha Beach, then pressed on under power. The enemy was mightily prepared. Soon their coxswain (skipper) was

hit by shrapnel, dropping the off ramp, still in deep water. All G.I.s carried heavy packs and sunk like stones. Earl finally disengaged all gear (except his side arm) and surfaced, then swam to an invasion obstacle topped with a land mine. It could blow any second so he left. Some statisticians had predicted 50-percent casualties on the landing and Earls best friend did not make it. Weapons lay everywhere ashore, so Earl snatched a carbine until finding a machine gun. They topped the first hill and captured a pillbox. Omaha Beach was so grim that General Eisenhower considered withdrawal, but did not. From the start, Earl was aware of the enemys

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superior fire power, nevertheless they must push on into the hedgerows of Normandy. Here the dug in Germans clearly had the advantage, and the Yanks paid dearly for every inch gained. The cost in lives was prohibitive, so something had to be done. Finally General Bradleys bold plan to carpet bomb an entire section of German line was executed. This incessant, powerful bombardment created the necessary break out through Hitlers western wall. Now the allies opportunity to fight in open country and overcome was possible. The long, dangerous offensive through France, Belgium and Germany was a constant series of foxholes, attacks, repelling counter attacks and more foxholes. The fearful German 88s (artillery) were a nightmare. Its concussion alone could toss a G.I. around, cover him with dirt and bloody his nose. C rations often ran short so occasional captured German stores sustained them. Much later, the Yanks got a three day rest. One of the most intense struggles was for Aachen. The battle for this first German city was horrificand both sides struggled desperately to prevail. In the Huertken Forrest, some shrapnel caught Earls

left arm, hospitalizing him in Belgium. Soon thereafter he was flown to Wales for recuperation. When released he became clerk typist, serving in Versailles, Reims, and finally Frankfort (Gr.)...Eisenhowers SHAEF headquarters until May of 1945. In Reims, France, he observed the German high command goose step in, then surrender. Back in Kentucky, Earl reconnected with college for his masters and started his doctorate. After three years of teaching/coaching in Louisville, he bonded with The Tenneco Company, richly diversified in chemicals, pipelines, agriculture and energy. Although starting as skilled labor in pipelines, he rapidly took on significant new responsibility in upper management, and that brought him to Houston. Once he settled in comfortably, he and his wife

Earl Parker

Marilyn searched for country property, and purchased acreage near Shiner. They moved into these new digs during 1986 for good. An organization man, Earl joined civic organizations and busied himself with Brahma cattle and making hay. Asked why the G.I.s prevailed in Europe, Earl responded like this: It was allied air superiority starting at Normandy, interdiction of enemy fuel supplies and transportation, untrammeled U.S. manufacturing capabilityand finally the American spirit. The German army was so rigidly structured that if leadership was a casualty, sometimes the troops were immobilized. On the other hand, by Gods grace that generation of GIs was often motivated and innovative enough to gain the victory through their own ingenuity.

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I figured out why Austin is weird: its the mountains


Its been noted more than a few times that the people in and around Austin arent quite like the rest of us. They celebrate the fact that theyre weird. I finally figured out why all the people in the Austin area are so different from the rest of us Texans. Granted, many of them arent really Texans theyre transplants from California and other similarly dynsfunctional provinces of the United States who have brought their weirdness to Austin. Real Texans dont ban plastic shopping bags, shout raise taxes! at every breath and sport bumper stickers calling for a ban on fracking on the backs of their $100,000 gas-guzzling SUVs. But it was during a trip to Marble Falls on Monday to participate in a Tea Party event that it dawned on me how these people could move to Texas and still think they can act like theyre in San Francisco.

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Dances with Chihuahuas

Dave Mundy
General Manager
Its a geographical thing. The mountains of Central Texas remind them of the Sierra Madre. They think theyre still on the Left Coast. When God designed Texas, he made Austin for them, because He gave the rest of us nice, logical, relatively flat terrain. Obviously He knew we would need a place to store our crazies, so He created Austin. The area around and north of Austin is known as the Hill Country, but as far as Im concerned, it really should be called the Mid-Texas Mountain range.

A time for love, a time for hate, a time for peace, I swear its not too late. The Byrds, Turn! Turn! Turn!

Remembering those most turbulent of times, 1968


Jim Cunningham

Those arent hills. Hills, you see, are like highway overpasses. Here in Gonzales, for example, we have The Hill a nice, gentle slope. That stuff in and around Austin: thats mountains. I know, because Ive driven through the Rockies and the Appalachians, white-knuckled the whole time, and thats the same feeling I got driving along Highway 281 from Austin to Marble Falls and back Monday. I hate driving in mountains. When youre driving on hills, youre in no danger of falling off. When youre driving in the mountains, you never know when youre going to top the crest of a peak and see nothing but an oncoming guardrail and empty space in front of you before you plunge thousands of feet to a horrific death in the river far, far below. I am not, by nature, acrophobic. When I first joined the Marine Corps, they made me a telephone cable splicer, so I played volleyball

on top of tall poles. I have no fear of flying, although Im probably on the no-fly list these days. (Admittedly, Im not real fond of helicopters, but I know most chopper pilots do not lay their birds on their sides while making a turn, giving the ground-pounders theyre carrying a wonderful view of Onslow Beach, N.C., through the open doorway of the CH-53. That was NOT funny, Sir.) On the other hand, I cannot admire photos of the Grand Canyon without getting vertigo, or step near the full-length windows of a tall office building because I just know someone is going to shove me through. That explains a lot about the transplanted San Franciscans currently inhabiting Austin: theyve spent their entire lives about to fall off the mountain and its driven them nuts. Those of us who live in the saner, flatter precincts of Texas, on the other hand, dont have

to worry about falling off the highway and can thus turn our thoughts to deeper things, such as raising food and families in sane fashion, how to get that oil from underneath us to energize our economy, and how to convince the San Franciscans to stop trying to turn our state capital into another of their utopian communes. Admittedly, some sane people do choose to live in the mountains of Central Texas; after all, the event I attended Monday was hosted by the Highland Lakes Tea Party. How those folks manage to retain their sanity while not falling off the mountains, Ill never know. But the rest of us, Im sure, are content to let the Central Texas Mountain Range be the reservation where we keep our most crazed liberals. Only problem is, some of them have gotten off the reservation and escaped to San Antonio.

It was in the springtime when an uncle took me away. From school. So I became a victim of abuse. By a government. Ours. What happened. Was this. It was the spring semester of 19 and 68. And I was enrolled at North Texas State University. For those unfamiliar with Texas geography, North Texas State is located in North Texas. Anyshucks, a few days before my 24th birthday, which falls on April 19, I received a greetings from my Uncle Sam. Informing me to report for a physical. Back then, when I was young, Id work a spell and then go to school for a semester or two. Prior to attempting to become learned at NTSU this depleted mind and I had received academic transcripts from Texas Tech, Sam Houston State, Temple Junior College, San Antonio College, along with having been previously enrolled at NTSU in the fall of 63. Well, in the spring of 68 I was majoring in architecture, with a minor in journalism, at the time and working part-time over in Dallas at the Goodyear retread plant. So my Pappy went to the draft board located in the county seat, Marlin, and told em that his only boy was studying at the time and could he be excused from the physical until late May when the semester was over. The plea fell on a deaf ear. The Selective Service System said a fella going on 24 years old shouldve finished his education by then. And that he no longer deserved a II-S (student) deferment.

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Jim Cunningham is a former longtime Gonzales newsman and the former interim publisher of the Gonzales Cannon. He now lives in the Moulton area.

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On Thursday, August 29, fast food workers in many American cities launched a strike for higher wages. They are supported by the liberal Service Employees International Union (SEIU). In typical liberal fashion, the SEIU is deceiving employees with half truths while ignoring the realities of life and America. Most people feel everyone is equal and everyone should be paid equally. They are quick to accept the idea that all people should have a living wage and dignity at work. Those assumptions are great ideas. However, in real life we are not created equal except before the law. Some people are short, others tall. Some are heavy (can I say fat anymore?), some are thin. Some are old, and some are young. Some are educated and trained, others not. Some are motivated and other not so much. Also, our lives are influenced by the choices we make. Bad choices and deci-

Fast-food strikers: more class warfare


El Conservador
George Rodriguez
doomed because of birth to labor into the class they were born. This is another lie leftists try to sell. America has been the land of opportunity because people have always been able to come here and fulfill their dreamwith ambition, vision, and work. Fourth, American fast food workers are not tied to their jobs like serfs or slaves. They can quit and search for better paying jobs. The fast food industry has always been a starter or temporary job industry for people because of its wages. I would seriously question any person who wants to make cooking and serving burgers at McDonalds a life career. Finally, the free market is the best way to allow an economy to grow and expand, and thus create a better society. A growing and expanding economy allows for jobs, high paying and starter/temporary jobs, to be created. A free market economy will have many jobs where employers and employees can compete for each other. Employers will use wages to entice workers, and workers will use their abilities to merit wages. But liberals, with the help and support the Obama Administration, have pushed class warfare into yet another facet of the American economy. Its not enough that Obama has created a divisive society based on race and gender, or political atmosphere that ignores the U.S. Constitutionnow he and his liberal friends want to undermine the economy with class warfare. The question is whether business leaders, particularly small business leaders, and politicians will stand up to this socialist charade. We cannot let the economic model that made America the greatest nation on earth fall victim to liberals who exploit socially insecure people with half-truths. If you dont like your current job, find another but dont expect the government or someone else to change things for you.

So I was ordered to report to Marlin on a day at the tail end of April to take a bus ride up to Dallas for the physical. Well, Denton, home of NTSU, as I noted is up in North Texas and just a beer and half drive from Dallas. So I reasoned I could just show up at the induction center and forego the trip to Marlin. Wrong. The draft board and I didnt coincide on the logistical reasoning. Now at NTSU the west coast and east coast ideology of protesting this (Vietnam) and that (conscription-draft) had yet to infiltrate the thinking of the clean-cut students. The radicalism and hippiedom would come later. As the 60s would blemish Americas image. And the turbulent 60s reached an unraveling in 1968. Event after event whorled out of control. North Korea seized the Pueblo, a U.S. Navy ship in January and held 83 on board as spies and in January-February the North Vietnamese launched a TET offensive, a crucial turning part in the Vietnam War. In March, American GIs massacred 347 civil-

ians at My Lai in that strange little country called Vietnam. And Czechoslovakia was invaded by Russians in August. It was a year that became more and more volatile. Stateside, an angry and violent America endured. In a matter of months, two assassinations occured as Martin Luther King was slain in Memphis on April 4 and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot in Los Angeles on June 5. He died the next day. President Lyndon Johnson announced in March he would not run for another term. So the stage was set for more unrest at the Democratic Convention in Chicago as antiwar protesters converged on the windy city to get the donkey-doers to soften their stance on Vietnam. The riots of 1968 took 40 lives and only a calculator could come up with a ballpark figure on the property damage that was done. Martial Law was declared in Chicago and Baltimore. The Democrats became known as a party of disorder as the GOPs Richard Nixon and his Silent Majority in favor of the Vietnam War saw Nixon, while winning only 43.4 percent of the popular vote, cruise to a landslide win with the electoral vote. And then there was this lean fella that had became too old in 1968 to be considered a cool Joe College. So I took a drive to Marlin and boarded a bus to retrace the route I had just travelled. Despite having endured a head injury and having lapsed into a coma from a car wreck in 59. And having suffered through a major leg operation due to a football mishap. And being afflicted with asthma. Despite all that, I was de-

clared One-A. Fit for duty. Textbooks and lectures in buildings situated in a pastoral setting gave way to the lovely landscape of Fort Polk (Tigerland), La. in the heat of the summer. Where friendly drill sergeants cared about my well-being 24-7. Myself and the other recruits of Company D were coached in the fine art of latrine duty and KP and the joy of cleaning out a grease trap. We were instructed in the balance of the front-leanand-rest position, along with the maintenance of an M-14 rifle. Policing an area was of high priority along with field striping a cigarette butt. Bivouacs were camping trips and hikes to the shooting range and classes on how to treat a gaping belly wound occupied a portion of our time during the eight and a half weeks of training. Basically, basic was a time in our lives of learning how to die. Then it was off to Fort Monmouth, N.J. for Advanced Individual Training. My MOS was 84B20 Still Photography. And the winter of 68 was a simple time. Shooting on film was much more creative than popping off rounds at popup targets. However, in March of 1969, with 1968 only a fading shadow dancer, I landed in Vietnam. Where with a .44 sidearm and a .30 carbine and several Canon cameras Id be shooting em up for longer than I care to remember. But at the oddest of times I oft-times do. Remember down the road. The 60s arent over yet, not until the fat lady gets high. Ken Kesey

George Rodriguez is a San Antonio resident. He is the former President of the San Antonio Tea Party, and is now Executive Director of the South Texas Political Alliance.

sions lead in one direction, and good ones in another. Such is life. In America, people usually ended up in a given socio-economic status because of their choices in life, not because some Supreme Power dictated it. Tomorrow, the rich can become poor and the poor rich if they make the right choices. Third, Americas society and economy is not static and rigid where a person is

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Its Calico Season at FOGAS


Its Calico Season in Gonzales! A new trend in fashion wear? Not exactly. Its a trend, but its not happening in clothing, its at the Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter (FOGAS). FOGAS has a stylish collection on hand of calico kittens and cats like no other year. You can take advantage of this Fall trend during their month-long calico event. During September, FOGAS has lowered their adoption fees to $37.50 for the first calico you adopt and just $50 for two, if you choose a second calico. Of course, there are many other sizes and colors to choose from. FOGAS is open Monday through Friday from 3-5 p.m. and Saturday from 1-4 p.m. Become a friend and you can follow them on Facebook at Friends of Gonzales

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sistance and neighbors in the immediate area, Leonard said. The company is coordinating its response with local fire department and emergency response personnel. EOG has also notified appropriate regulatory agencies. In addition, Wild Well Control has been contracted to assist in the response effort. EOG is assembling well control experts and specialized equipment to safely control the well and extinguish the fire, Leonard said. The companys priorities remain constant: protect the safety of those responding to the incident, neighbors in the area and the environment. Leonard added that It is too early to determine the cause of the incident. Two readers from the area, Cerena MiDayna is one of several calico kittens available at a chalec and Tray Rankin, supplied pictures of discounted adoption rate at the Friends of Gonzales Animal Shelter (FOGAS) throughout the month of September. (Photo courtesy of FOGAS) Animal Shelter or check out mention the word calico. their website www.gonzalesYou can always stop by Because the council cats.webs.com or www.Pet- FOGAS, located at 505 St. By CEDRIC IGLEHART finder.com by entering the Francis Street in downtown newseditor@gonzalescannon.com chose the effective rate, no WAELDER The public hearing will be rezip code 78629, or call the Gonzales, and let one of the Waelder City Council quired for adoption. The shelter at 830-857-1616 and calico cuties pick you out. agreed on a new tax rate council set a date of Sept. for the city during its 17 for formal adoption of regular meeting Tuesday the rate during a special called meeting at 7 p.m. night. In another agenda item, The council, who proand her husband, Gilbert of worked for Dr. Willis and ceeded without the pres- the council authorized the Gonzales. T.D. Crews as a hospital and ence of Robert Tovar and city attorney to create a She is preceded in death clinic nurse. She also served Peggy Blackmon, unani- resolution for abandonmously approved a mo- ment of a 20-foot wide by her parents, Ruben and as school nurse for GISD. Mary Ramos, two uncles; Isabel was a longtime tion to accept the effective alley out of an 0.08-acre Tony Ramos and Joe Ra- member of St. James Catho- rate of $0.2226 per $100 of Block 45 for the purmos. lic Church where she as- valuation as recommend- pose of transferring the The family request me- sisted with many parish ed by the Gonzales Coun- propery to a new Family morials to: American Can- activities. She was an active ty Tax Assessor-Collector. Dollar. The store will be cer Society / 8115 Datapoint member of the Catholic That rate is lower than last located on Highway 90A, near the intersection of Dr./ San Antonio, Texas Daughters and Beta Sigma years rate of $0.2231. 78229. To join the family in celebrating Bernices life, please go to www.buffingtonfuneralhomegonzales.com Phi Sorority. She was also an avid bowler. Isabel was preceded in death by her parents, husband, Sterling E. Kelley; daughter, Tracey Kelley; sisters, Mildred Moore and Maxine Albricht. She is survived by sons, Sterling Kelley, Jr and wife Patsy, David Bradfield Kelley and wife Kerry; daughter, Laurie Kelley Taylor and husband Steve; sisters, Verna Mae Lyon and Imogene Jeanie Stoeltje; and special friend, Walter Ulbrich. She is also survived by three grandchildren, Sterling Kelley III, Brandon Kelley, and Zach Taylor; and great grandchildren, Logan and Isabella Kelley. She is remembered by her family as a very wise, loving, and generous mother. The family is grateful to her caregivers at the The Heights Nursing & Rehab Center and The Romberg House, especially Aida Olalde. Visitation was held on Friday, August 30 at Seydler Hill Funeral Home with recitation of the Rosary following. The funeral mass was celebrated on Saturday, August 31 at St. James Catholic Church with interment in St. James Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please consider making a donation to St. James Catholic Church or St. James Daughters Society.

the scene to The Cannon from some distance away. The fire continued to burn through the weekend. Several readers contacted The Cannon with unofficial information theyd received from neighbors and witnesses indicating workers on the rig had become concerned after hearing an underground explosion prior to the eruption of fire on the surface. First responders, including fire departments from Yoakum and Shiner were still on the scene at dusk on Wednesday. In addition to the rig and equipment onscene, one trucking company which had vehicles at the site reported two of its 18-wheelers were also destroyed. Two houses located within a quarter-mile of the site were initially evacuated, but residents were able to return to their homes within hours.

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Avenue B. In other business, the council: Re-appointed Rocky Quintero Jr. and Mike Harris to the Golden Crescent Regional Planning Commission for the General Assembly and Board of Directors. Tabled action on building a fence around the Waelder City Kiddie Park. Accepted the resignation of Jessica Canales as Municipal Clerk and announced they would advertise the position and accept applications through Sept. 17.

Bernarda Bernice Camarillo, 1969-2013 Bernarda Bernice Camarillo, 44, of Gonzales, Texas passed away Wednesday, August 21, 2013 at her residence in Gonzales, Texas. Funeral Services is under the direction of Buffington Funeral Home in Gonzales, Texas and will be held at 1:00 P.M. on Saturday, September 7, 2013 at St. James Catholic Church in Gonzales, Texas with Father Paul Raaz officiating. A Memorial Service will follow at Gonzales Municipal Park Cemetery. Bernice was born May 18, 1969 in Cuero, Texas. She was the daughter of Ruben and Mary Ramos. She married Benito Camarillo in Gonzales, Texas on December 24, 2009. Bernice enjoyed cooking, listening to music, and dancing. She enjoyed drinking her beer and had a good sense of humor. She was known as being a caretaker and taking in friends when they needed her. She is survived by her husband, Benito, a son; Brandon Ramos Gonzales, two daughters; Brianna Ramos, Brandie Ramos; two sisters; Irene Ramos of Gonzales, Texas, Alethia Casares

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Isabel Kelley, 1924-2013 Isabel Marie Orts Kelley, beloved mother, died peacefully at Gonzales Memorial Hospital. Isabel was born to August & Annie (Oehler) Orts in Poth on Feb. 15, 1924, one of 5 girls. She attended Poth Schools, was senior class salutatorian, and a volleyball & tennis athlete. After graduation she attended Santa Rosa School of Nursing and became a Registered Nurse. She accepted a job at Crews Hospital in Gonzales. Shortly after coming to Gonzales she met and married Sterling E. Kelley and they had four children. Isabel was the Director of Nurses for many years at Crews Hospital. She

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panel shop and administrative staff for the Technical Division. We plan on breaking ground in about a month and hope to complete construction by the beginning of next year, said construction manager Peter Reeves. We will also be putting in a street from the cul-de-sac in Commerce Court over to Harwood Road. Phase Two is going to encompass the property to the north on two and a half acres, where a 10,000 square-foot light fabrication facility will be erected for the companys Mechanical Division. Im not exactly sure when were going to start work on Phase Two, but it will probably overlap Phase One, Reeves said. The Gonzales location will join the companys location in Carrizo Springs in hopes of further enhancing Dynamic Industries as a premier player in the Eagle Ford Shale. The location of the city is considered ideal by the company because of its position in relation to the Eagle Ford Shale and the newly-active Eaglebine Shale. The Eagle-

bine is the confluence of the Eagle Ford and the Woodbine Sandstone, which was famously drilled in the 1930s during the discovery of the giant East Texas Field. Activity in the Eaglebine is being concentrated primarily in Brazos, Grimes, Madison and Walker counties. Based on our research, Gonzales happens to be a the conjunction of the Eagle Ford shale to the south and the west, said Vicky Helm of Dynamics business development of shale plays. As the developing Eaglebine shale continues moving east and north, we found Gonzales to be the perfect location for us to service all of our clients within a two-hour window from here. We are so happy with the

amount of support we have gotten from the City of Gonzales and the Gonzales Economic Development Corporation in helping us with the relocation and acquiring of the property, said Reeves. Its been like a breath of fresh air. Weve never received a welcoming like the one weve gotten from Gonzales. The move will lead to the creation of several new jobs in town. Over the course of a year, Dynamics Carrizo location grew from a team of five to over 150 and Helm said she expects the same pattern of growth in Gonzales. Dynamic Industries, Inc. offers a full range of services including site development, I&E, automation, control panels, fire & safety and H2S services.

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First Friday Coffee will be hosted by the Gonzales ISD Education Foundation at the newly renovated East Avenue Cafeteria. If you plan to attend, please present your valid ID at the main office. A little about the GISD Education Foundation from the Gonzales ISD website: One of the Goals of the GISD Education Foundation is to provide teachers with the additional resources to develop creative learning opportunities that inspire and encourage student success. To help meet that goal, the Foundations Program Committee held a grant training workshop at the beginning of the school year. The purpose of the workshop was to provide a platform to inform the teachers about the grant application process; and to encourage them to apply for additional funding. The Programs Committee, along with other community volunteers, conducted a blind review of the applications scoring them according to need, objectives, description, budget. The Foundation is excited to announce the recipients of the first GISD Education Foundation Grants. For more information, please visit http://www.gonzales. txed.net/Foundation/ On September 14 the Sacred Heart Church will host its annual Jamaica! This year the entertainment will be provided by Kerr Creek Band, DJ El Piojo, DJ Estruendo, Labroma Inolvidable, and Los Terris de San Luis. They will also have many activities including Mexi-

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These cooking shows on TV are just totally amazing. Our average Texan in Gonzales County is not going to pull out Coriander Seed, Mustard Seed, Cumin Seed and Saffron out of their spice supply cabinet. Somehow I just dont see how a burger made out of lamb is going to cut it. At least that poor lady that looks like she just went through a wind tunnel from the looks of her hair does admit that she gets a little wild with her cooking and drinks as much of the wine as she puts in the food. I think her name is Ann Burrell. I think I can say these things because she is a public figure. Ol Rachel Ray says to use a cast iron pan. Now our grandmothers could have told everyone that. So feed your family this week because everyone will be hungry after school. Maybe some good Texas burgers would work best. PRAYER TIME: Joe Kotwig, Mr. Bill, Jesse Esparza; Bill and Marie Lott, Louise Jones, Sandy Ingram, Aunt Georgie Gandre; Danny and Joyce Schellenberg, Sarge Duncan, Rhonda Pruett, Terrence, Aunt Frances Gandre, Bubba and Sara Roecker, Glenn Mikesh, Lillie Lay, Maria Castillo, Phyllis and Alton Oncken, Selma Vickers, Landis, Keith Glass, Teresa Wilke, Linda Denker, Case Martin, Sandi Gandre, Aunt Betty Gandre, Margie Menking, Joy Carson, Richard Hidalgo Jr., Arthur Casares, Shirley Dozier, Marie Schauer, L.A. Lindemann, Jr.;Graham Kelley, Esther Lindemann, Anna Lindemann, Lanny Baker, Judy Wilson, Bob Young, Marguerite Williams, and our military and their families, Wade and Lola Wilson enjoyed a short visit from Pat and Jamie Jo Wilson after they went to see Katelyns volleyball game which was played in Seguin. They

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didnt say who won. Then Wade and Lola were enjoying some fajitas that Michael had made. They were out on the back porch talking to Joshua when they noticed that their good dog Pluto was staring at something very intensely right in front of their pump house. Wade took a hoe and went to see what it was and sure enough it was a big fat rattle snake stretched out. It was about five foot long and had seven rattlers. Joe Kotwig nearly stepped on one of those dear rattle snakes while putting out a bale of hay. His foot managed to stay up off the snake and the pitch fork went down on the snake. Then it landed upside down on the fence as per tradition to see if we could draw some rain down. It thundered. Barbara Wenske Pohmeyers husbands killed a 36 inch on their property. Watch out they are hunting a cool place too. Another thing that is hunting a dab of water is those fire ants. Some of them look like mutated fire ants but their sting is just as bad. Those little devils are persistent and they hurt. And they are very thirsty. They are all over you or the crackers or your child/pet before you know it, so watch out. And they dont care whether it is night or day. They are just like a drunk. They just keep bumbling and bumping around like lost sheep. I watched the same two ants have a head on collision with the same door facing three times in a

row last night. It was good to see Ina Gay Orum and Janet Clark at the Monthalia United Methodist Church last Sunday. Then I heard that Pastor Paul was trying to get these kids to drink dirty water. I guess that you will just have to back track it to get the low down on this. Since I have been waking up feeling like a freight train ran over me backwards, I guess I will have to do the same. It has been so hot this last couple of days that even Pepe has been lethargic. Not one of the outside critters has been inclined to move. Even poor Nicki D, the sixteen year old cat, has just laid up there on his box and given out one big

yowl. He didnt even move an inch. I am so amazed at Nicki. He was born with his hip bones outside of its sockets. I took him to Dr. McKee and he said it wouldnt do any good to operate on his hips. He said that I would just have to watch him and protect him the best I could. For a long time he had a big black cat who was his friend. Unfortunately about three years ago something killed my big black cat. Nicki and I hunted him for days, but we never found him. So now Nicki rarely leaves the yard. We baby old Nicki D with special favors and now Itsy Bitsy is his protector. Have a good week, and God Bless.

can Bingo, annual Jamaica Auction, Ballet Folklorico, and one of my favorites, the Jamaica raffle! Since I can remember, my family has purchased a couple of raffle tickets every year. One year I actually won a microwave that I still use to this day! Another great event coming up in September is the First Shot Cook-off that will be held at J.B. Wells Park. I was able to attend last years event and I was thoroughly impressed as to how many participants were there. Growing up in Texas you are always surrounded by BBQ, especially in our neck of the woods! Last year I indulged in some of the best BBQ I had ever tasted! (Ive even been a judge at the Austin Rodeo Cook-Off) I look forward to attending this years competition and good luck to all the participants. Alongside the IBCA and CASI competitors there will be an antique tractor exhibit, arts & crafts vendors, and of course the Come & Pull it Tractor Pull! For more information or to register to show off your cooking skills, please visit them at http://www.firstshotcookoff. com

The Gonzales Livestock Market Report for Saturday, August 31, 2013 had on hand: 833 cattle. Compared to our last sale: Calves and yearlings sold steady. Packer cows sold steady. Stocker-feeder steers: Medium and large frame No. 1: 150-300 lbs., $225$235; 300-400 lbs, $190-$230; 400-500 lbs, $170-$185; 500-600 lbs, $149-$165; 600-700 lbs., $138-$143; 700-800 lbs, $132-$135. Bull yearlings: 700-900 lbs, $91-$105. Stocker-feeder heifers: Medium and large frame No. 1: 150-300 lbs, $175-$210; 300-400 lbs, $165-$175; 400-500 lbs, $142-$160; 500-600 lbs., $135-$143; 600700 lbs., $127-$132. Packers cows: Good lean utility and commercial, $75-$80; Cutters, $79$87.50; Canners, $61-$68; Low yielding fat cows, $69-$76. Packer bulls: Yield grade 1 & 2, good heavy bulls; $97-$103; light weights and medium quality bulls, $85-$94. Stocker Cows: $950-$1,150. Pairs: $1,050-$1,550. Thank you for your business!! View our sale live at cattleusa.com!

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ning. Despite some local rains, numbers coming to market are substantial. Demand holding good with these levels. The calf market was strong throughout all classes for the most part. This despite the upcoming labor day holiday which kept some activity limited. Overall the market was stronger to steady with last week but there were a few classes that ware $1-$3 lower being mainly on plainer type cattle. No new highs just a solid market. Packer Bulls: Hvy. Wts., $88-$96; lower grades, $70-$87. Packer cows: breakers, $65-$75; boning, $65-$85; canners & cutters, $80-$92; light & weak, $50-$65. Palpated, 18 bred cows, $89-$122. Pairs: 2 Pairs, $1,200-$1,360. Steer calves: under 200 lbs, $212-$244; 200-250 lbs, $202-$211; 250-300 lbs, $201-$210; 300-350 lbs, $173-$209; 350400 lbs, $175-$192; 400-450 lbs, $160$180; 450-500 lbs, $153-$172; 500-550 lbs, $145-$158; 550-600 lbs, $138-$144; 600-700 lbs, $129-$140; 700-800 lbs, $128-$135. Bull Calves: under 250 lbs, $207-$248; 250-300 lbs, $156-$212; 300-350 lbs, $183-$200; 350-400 lbs, $167-$198; 400450 lbs, $160-$182; 450-500 lbs, $154$184; 500-550 lbs, $145-$156; 550-600 lbs, $140-$149; 600-700 lbs, $131-$135. Over 700 lbs. bulls, $100-$130. Heifer Calves: under 200 lbs., $219$275; 200-250 lbs., $151-$200; 250-300 lbs, $157-$188; 300-350 lbs, $166-$174; 350-400 lbs, $147-$169; 400-450 lbs,

$150-$224 bra hfr; 450-500 lbs, $140$155; 500-550 lbs, $136-$150; 550-600 lbs, $132-$139; 600-700 lbs., $124-$132; over 700 lbs, $110-$125.

Cuero Livestock Market Report on August 30, 2013, had 1,135 head. Had 189 cows and 14 bulls. The packer market was steady with past 3 weeks run-

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The Hallettsville Livestock Commission Co., Inc. had on hand on August 27, 2013, 2,095; week ago, 2,399; year ago, 1,880. More good rains in our area. Heavier weight classes of calves sold steady to $2 higher. Lighter weight classes sold weaker than last weeks very high market. Plainer an fleshier classes were a little weaker but overall demand very good. Packer cows and bulls sold $1 to $2 higher on approx. 330 hd. Total. Packer Cows: higher dressing utility & cutter cows, $75-$93; lower dressing utility & cutter cows, $63-$75; light weight canner cows, $52-$63. Packer Bulls: heavyweight bulls, $100$107; utility & cutter bulls, $94-$100; lightweight canner bulls, $85-$94. Stocker and Feeder Calves and Yearlings: Steer & Bull Calves: under 200; $210-$250; 200-300 lbs, $200-$255; 300400 lbs, $185-$240; 400-500 lbs, $168$200; 500-600 lbs, $140-$173; 600-700 lbs, $138-$154; 700-800 lbs, $131-$146. Heifer Calves: under 200 lbs, $190-$242; 200-300 lbs, $175-$218; 300-400 lbs, $161-$191; 400-500 lbs, $142-$176; 500600 lbs, $135-$154; 600-700 lbs, $128$140; 700-800 lbs, $118-$138.
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Recent well location reports from the Texas Railroad Commission Caldwell County API No.: 055-34708 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Texas Petroleum Investment Co. Lease Name: T.C. Gideon Well No.: 1ST Field Name: Luling-Branyon Total Depth: 2,200 feet Direction and Miles: 5.4 miles NW. of Luling Survey Name: M.G. Dikes, A-92 Acres: 100 DeWitt County API No.: 42-123-33253 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Hansen A Well No.: 8H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 6.03 miles NE. of Westhoff Survey Name: J. Harwood, A-213 Acres: 504.19 API No.: 42-123-33258 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Crozier A Well No.: 9H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 9.72 miles NW. of Yorktown Survey Name: T. Mancha, A-326 Acres: 488.62 API No.: 42-123-33257 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Crozier A Well No.: 8H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 9.72 miles NW. of Yorktown Survey Name: T. Mancha, A-326 Acres: 488.62 API No.: 42-123-33256 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Crozier A Well No.: 7H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 9.72 miles NW. of Yorktown Survey Name: T. Mancha, A-326 Acres: 488.62 API No.: 42-123-33255 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Crozier A Well No.: 6H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 9.72 miles NW. of Yorktown Survey Name: T. Mancha, A-326 Acres: 488.62 API No.: 42-123-33254 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: BHP Billiton Pet (TXLA Op) Co. Lease Name: Crozier A Well No.: 5H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 9.72 miles NW. of Yorktown Survey Name: T. Mancha, A-326 Acres: 488.62 Fayette County API No.: 149-33309 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Cypress E&P Corporation Lease Name: Wolters Unit Well No.: 1H Field Name: Cypress Landing (Eagle Ford) Total Depth: 13,600 feet Direction and Miles: 2.9 miles SW. of Schulenburg Survey Name: T. Taylor, A-96 Acres: 945.51 Gonzales County API No.: 42-177-33075 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: EOG Resources Inc. Lease Name: Neets Unit Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 12,800 feet Direction and Miles: 12.8 miles SE. of Gonzales Survey Name: N.M. Bane, A-136 Acres: 700.37 API No.: 42-177-33079 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Forest Oil Corp. Lease Name: Tinsley-Lawley Well No.: 6H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 7 miles SW. of Smiley Survey Name: G.W. Barnett, A-110 Acres: 585.56 API No.: 42-177-33078 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Forest Oil Corp. Lease Name: Tinsley-Lawley Well No.: 5H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 7 miles SW. of Smiley Survey Name: G.W. Barnett, A-110 Acres: 585.56 API No.: 42-177-33076 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Forest Oil Corp. Lease Name: Tinsley-Lawley Well No.: 3H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 7 miles SW. of Smiley Survey Name: G.W. Barnett, A-110 Acres: 585.56 API No.: 42-177-33077 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Forest Oil Corp. Lease Name: Tinsley-Lawley Well No.: 4H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 7 miles SW. of Smiley Survey Name: G.W. Barnett, A-110 Acres: 585.56 API No.: 42-177-33080 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Hunt Oil Company Lease Name: Ruby Ruth A Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 18,000 feet Direction and Miles: 12.5 miles NE. of Gonzales Survey Name: J.A. Hueser, A-244 Acres: 480 API No.: 42-177-33089 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) D 1) Well No.: 6H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle FordTotal Depth: 16,700 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 312.63 API No.: 42-177-33087 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 3H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,700 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33086 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,700 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33085 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,700 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33084 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 7H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,500 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33083 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 6H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,500 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33082 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 5H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,500 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 API No.: 42-177-33081 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Marathon Oil EF LLC Lease Name: Barnhart (EF) K Well No.: 4H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Total Depth: 16,500 feet Direction and Miles: 16.7 miles S. of Gonzales Survey Name: A.W. Hill, A-247 Acres: 360 Lavaca County API No.: 42-285-33721 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Blonde Unit Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 2.82 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 660.34 API No.: 42-285-33720 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Blonde Unit Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 2.82 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 660.34 API No.: 42-285-33723 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Bock Unit Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 2.82 miles NE. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 624.92 API No.: 42-285-33722 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Bock Unit Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 2.82 miles NE. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 624.92 API No.: 42-285-33725 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Kosmo Unit Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 3.13 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 625.51 API No.: 42-285-33724 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Kosmo Unit Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 3.13 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 625.51 API No.: 42-285-33727 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Porter Unit Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Total Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 3.13 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 651.61 API No.: 42-285-33726 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Penn Virginia Oil and Gas LP Lease Name: Porter Unit 2) Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle FordTotal Depth: 14,000 feet Direction and Miles: 3.13 miles NW. of Shiner Survey Name: T. Toby, A-456 Acres: 651.61 Recent oil and gas completions according to reports from the Texas Railroad Commission DeWitt County API No.: 42-123-32797 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Burlington Resources O and G Co. LP Lease Name: Barnhart Unit B Well No.: 1 Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Survey Name: J. Bird, A-60 Direction and Miles: 13.7 miles NW. of Cuero Oil: 457 MCF: 574 Choke Size: 9/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 5,299 Total Depth: 16,630 feet Perforations: 12,068-16,413 feet API No.: 42-123-32795 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Burlington Resources O and G Co. LP Lease Name: Barnhart Unit A Well No.: 1 Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Survey Name: J. Bird, A-60 Direction and Miles: 13.6 miles NW. of Cuero Oil: 405 MCF: 517 Choke Size: 9/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 5,128 Total Depth: 16,164 feet Perforations: 12,370-15,946 feet API No.: 42-123-32816 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Burlington Resources O and G Co. LP Lease Name: Hamilton Trust Unit D Well No.: 2 Field Name: DeWitt (Eagle Ford Shale) Survey Name: R. Mills, A-39 Direction and Miles: 8.3 miles NW. of Cuero Oil: 296 MCF: 1,303 Choke Size: 8/64 of an inch Tubing Pressure: 7,111 Shut In Well Pressure: 7,179 Total Depth: 18,789 feet Perforations: 13,574-18,548 feet API No.: 42-123-33043 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Geosouthern Energy Corp. Lease Name: Oro Negro Unit 4 Well No.: 4H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford2) Survey Name: J. Bird, A-60 Direction and Miles: 2.68 miles NE. of Westhoff Oil: 936 MCF: 1,020 Choke Size: 12/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 5,167 Total Depth: 17,092 feet Plug Back Depth: 17,002 feet Perforations: 12,272-16,973 feet API No.: 42-123-33057 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Talisman Energy USA Inc. Lease Name: Ruppert Gas Unit 1 Well No.: A2H Field Name: Sugarkane (Eagle Ford) Survey Name: R. Galletty, A-195 Direction and Miles: 2.31 miles SW. of Nordheim Oil: 248 MCF: 5,004 Choke Size: 12/64 of an inch Tubing Pressure: 8,439 Shut In Well Pressure: 9,015 Total Depth: 18,705 feet Perforations: 13,808-18,579 feet Fayette County API No.: 42-055-35043 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Eagle Energy Acquistions LP Lease Name: W.H. New Well No.: 1H Field Name: Salt Flat (Edwards) Survey Name: J. Hinds, A-14 Direction and Miles: 7.3 miles NE. of Luling Oil: 190 MCF: 3 Choke Size: 8 3/4 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 1,024 Total Depth: 4,542 feet Perforations: 2,742-3,035 feet Gonzales County API No.: 42-177-32938 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: EOG Resources Inc. Lease Name: Lessor E Unit Well No.: 2H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Survey Name: C.J. Clements, A-173 Direction and Miles: 3 miles NE. of Smiley Oil: 431 MCF: 231 Choke Size: 48/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 134 Total Depth: 14,817 feet Plug Back Depth: 14,736 feet Perforations: 9,403-14,726 feet API No.: 42-177-32699 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Forest Oil Corp. Lease Name: Tinsley-Williams Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Survey Name: I. Roberts, A-399 Direction and Miles: 5.7 miles SW. of Smiley Oil: 800 MCF: 232 Choke Size: 22/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 500 Total Depth: 12,646 feet Plug Back Depth: 12,580 feet Perforations: 7,383-12,535 feet API No.: 42-177-32745 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Hunt Oil Company Lease Name: Glass Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Survey Name: F. Taylor, A-71 Direction and Miles: 8 miles SE. of Gonzales Oil: 136 MCF: 33 Choke Size: None Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 360 Total Depth: 14,456 feet Perforations: 9,900-14,382 feet API No.: 42-177-32814 Classification: Fld. Dev. and Horizontal Operator: Tidal Petroleum Inc. Lease Name: Jam Well No.: 1H Field Name: Eagleville (Eagle Ford1) Survey Name: L. Mallet, A-352 Direction and Miles: 6 miles SE. of Waelder Oil: 384 MCF: 0 Choke Size: 20/64 of an inch Flowing: Yes Tubing Pressure: 525 Total Depth: 13,818 feet Plug Back Depth: 13,780 feet Perforations: 9,725-13,680 feet

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Gonzales County Records


Gonzales County Courthouse Deeds August 1-31 Perry, Roland C. and Perry, Rose Marie to Masek, Sharon R. and Masek, Terry P., w/d, 65.77 Acres, Frederick Kistler Svy, A-33. Lockhart, Sally Schrader (Estrx) and Schrader, Lois T. (Estate) to Schellenberg, Chelsea, w/d, 0.18 of an Acre, James Gibson Svy, A-24. Ryan, Nolan and Ryan, Ruth to TP Land, Ltd., w/d, 1,045.36 Acres, Sara Seely A-60, N. Osborne A-368 and J B Patrick A-55 Svys. Novak, Susan Sample to Novak Sample, LP, w/d, 1,280.621 Acres, Henry Earthman & Peter Pate, Gonzales & DeWitt Counties. Novak, Jeffery L. and Novak, Susan Sample to Novak Sample, LP, w/d, 54.80 Acres, C C DeWitt Svy, A-180. Delva, Paublo to Delva, Maria Luisa, w/d, 26.06 Acres, James Shaw A-61 & Sarah Smith A-415 Svys. Raeke, Clifton A. to Smith, Paul and Smith, Karen, w/d, 5.00 Acres, Henry Earthman Svy, A-203. Jones, Dianna Brelsford to Brelsford, Harold Petsch, Brelsford, Susanna Melissa and Brelsford, John Petsch, w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Georganna Madge to Brelsford, Harold Petsh, Brelsford, Susanna Melissa and Brelsford, John Petsch, w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Edyth Elaine to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd, w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Jefferson Slator to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd, w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Joseph Paul to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd., w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Susanna Melissa to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd, w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, John Petsch to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd., w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Brelsford, Harold Petsch to Brelsford Cattle Company, Ltd. w/d, 454.796 Acres, Benjamin Z Boon Svy, A-119. Radicke, Russell R. to McCann, Virgil and McCann, Virgie, w/d, Lt. 12 & Pt. Lts 10-11, Blk. 58, Nixon. Russell, Neilana Mims to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 1.52 Acres, A W Hill Svy, A-247. Fisher, Marion L. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 11.70 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-37. Wels, Hazel F. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 84.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Mathis, Vivian J. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 84.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Boothe, Robert R. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 4.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Ervin, Thomas A. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 4.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Smith, Roy A. (Indiv. & Admin) and Smith, Levester L. (Estate)) to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 80.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Mitchell, Eloise D. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 84.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Bates, Hubert to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 84.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Darden, Joyce S. to EOG Resources, Inc., o/l, 84.00 Acres, Byrd Lockhart Svy, A-36. Brown, Buttons G. to Robinson, Walter, w/d, 5.00 Acres, Phineas James Svy, A-32. Pruett, David Lyndon and Pruett, Jeanette N. to Pruett, David Lyndon (Co-Trustee), Pruett, Jeanne N. (CoTrustee), Pruett Revocable Trust, David and Pruett Revocable Trust, Jeanette, w/d, 641.456 Acres, JFC Henderson A-260 & Adam Zumwalt A-84 Svys. Mitchell, Jackie D. to Petro American LLC, w/d, Lots. 7-8, Blk. 14, Colleys 1st Addn, Smiley. Martinez, Lidia Marroquin to Martinez, Sipriano Sandoval and Martinez, Alicia, w/d, Property in Sarah Smith Svy, A-415. Littlefield, James W. to ApolayoBillings, Anayansi, w/d, 7.50 Acres, E W Cullen Svy, A-148. Apolayo-Billings, Anayansi, to Gallardo, Marco A. and Gallardo, Amy K., w/d, 7.50 Acres, E W Cullen Svy, A-148. Thiede, David M. (Extr) and Thiede, Mary Lee (Estate) to Ivey, Karen Thiede, w/d, Undiv. Int. in 104.875 Acres, William A. Sowell Svy, A-64. Thiede, David M. (Extr) and Thiede, Mary Lee (Estate) to Carll, Kristi L., w/d, Undiv. Int. in 1.4.875 Acres, William A Sowell Svy, A-64. Thiede, David M. (Extr) and Thiede, Mary Lee (Estate) to Thiede, Davide M., w/d, Undiv Int. in 104.875 Acres, William A. Sowell Svy, A-64.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Today in Texas History


Sept. 5, 1877

Districts must hold meetings on CSCOPE


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On this day in 1877, Texas outlaw Bill Longley was found guilty of murder by a Lee County jury and sentenced to death. Longley was born in Austin County in 1851. Tales of his criminal career are a mixture of actual facts and his boasts, but it is known that at the end of the Civil War he took up with other young men and terrorized newly freed slaves. He took part in a number of crimes, including several murders, and enlisted in and deserted from the U.S. cavalry twice. In Lee County in March 1875, Longley shotgunned a man named Wilson Anderson to death for allegedly killing Longleys nephew and fled north to the Indian Territory. Longley returned to Texas and killed at least two more men over the next year. By February 1876 he was in Delta County, sharecropping for the Rev. William R. Lay, when he was arrested in a dispute over a local girl. He burned himself out of the Delta County jail and killed the Reverend Lay while Lay was milking a cow. In June 1877 Longley was captured in Louisiana and returned to Texas to stand trial for Andersons murder. On October 11, 1878, before a crowd of thousands, Longley was executed in Giddings by Lee County sheriff James Madison Brown. Rumors persisted that Longleys hanging had been a hoax and that he had gone to South America, and a claim was made in 1988 that he had later reappeared and died in Louisiana.

AUSTIN Commissioner of Education Michael Williams this week reminded school districts across the state of provisions in a new law relating to the adoption of major curriculum initiatives, including curriculum management systems such as the recently-renamed CSCOPE. Senate Bill 1474 (SB 1474) which was passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature, signed by the governor and became effective June 14 - requires school districts to follow a new process prior to the adoption of any major curriculum initiative. A new process established under SB 1474 seeks to balance transparency to local stakeholders with local control over how districts teach the required Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills, said Commissioner Williams. Before a district adopts a major curriculum initiative, it must gather input and opinion from both teachers and district employees. In addition, SB 1474 (authored by Sen. Robert Duncan - Lubbock) requires a local school board to have a meeting to discuss the proposed initia-

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on a charge of deadly conduct. On August 9, Escutia was reported to have displayed and threatened subjects with a handgun during a disturbance in the 100 block of Misty Lane. Judge Matt Kiely issued a warrant for Escutias arrest for aggravated assault with a deadly weapon. On Aug. 15, Escutia was reported to have sexually assaulted a child at a location in Caldwell County. Judge Blomerth issued a warrant for his arrest on that charge. To report illegal activity in your neighborhood, con-

tive and allow feedback from community members. This process provides school districts the opportunity to obtain feedback while deciding if any proposed curriculum meets the needs of their district. Commissioner Williams also noted that the State Board of Education (SBOE) has reconvened its ad hoc committee to resume its review of CSCOPE social studies lesson plans. The committees charge is to provide a resource for districts evaluating individual lesson plans and making decisions in accordance with SB 1474. The review process is expected to be completed sometime this fall. As a part of its review, the ad hoc review committee will hold a September public hearing in Austin to take testimony from the public. Details of that hearing will be announced

soon. The TEA regional administrators who developed CSCOPE, working as the Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative, announced to school districts on Aug. 26 the system was being re-named. In a letter to school districts, Dr. Jerry Maze, chair of the cooperative, said that as of Aug. 30 CSCOPE will be re-titled the TEKS Resource System. We believe this new name will better reflect our mission, our service, and will help all parties involved move forward in a positive way, Mazes letter notes. TEKS Resource System is just that, a resource. It will still have all of the components and options you have enjoyed in the past and any material that you have developed within the old site will automatically be transferred to the new site

... However, as we have stated previously there will be no sample lessons provided within the system. The CSCOPE electronic curriculum management system came under intense scrutiny in the last year, first from individual teachers and parents and then from Texas legislators during the last session, after several lesson plans were found which contained what many perceived as anti-American, anti-Christian and other messages. The system was also heavily criticized for requiring teachers to teach specific lessons in specific ways at specific times, which many veteran classroom teachers insisted limited their effectiveness in communicating with students. More than 70 percent of Texas school districts continue to use the system in one degree or another.

Gonzales Co. Sheriffs Office Report


Gonzales County Sheriffs Office report for ASug. 25-31: 08/18/13 Hastings, Charles Roy, Jr., 09/1989, Gonzales. Local Warrant No Seatbelt Driver. Released paid $198.00 Fine. Rangel, Maricela Gonzales, 03/1974, Gonzales. Commitment/Sentence Theft of Property >$20 <$500 by Check. Released Weekender/Work Release. 08/26/13 Caad, Jamie Lamar, 07/1987, Gonzales. Resist Arrest Search or Transport. Requires $3,500 Bond. Remains in Custody. Johnson, Laraunda Marie, 10/1987, Gonzales. Warrant Interfere with Child Custody. Requires $20,000 Bond. Remains in Custody. 08/27/13 Parker, Henry Jr., 03/1972, Austin. Local Warrant Evading Arrest. Requires $15,000 Bond. Remains in Custody. McCollum, Billy Jr., 03/1971, Aubrey. Local Warrant Criminal Nonsupport. Remains in Custody. 08/28/13 Juarez, Juan Jose, 10/1987, Weslaco. McAllen PD Warrant Unauthorized Use of Vehicle. Released on $1,000 Bond. 08/29/13 Garner, James Matthew, 07/1986, Gonzales. Local Warrant Driving while License Invalid with Previous Conviction without Financial Responsibility. Requires $2,500 Bond. San Patricio County Warrant Driving while License Invalid with Previous Conviction without Financial Responsibility. Requires $3,000 Bond. Remains in Custody. 08/30/13 Girouard, Mark Edward, 05/1963, Lockhart. Possession of Marijuana <2 oz. Requires $1,500 Bond. Remains in Custody. 08/31/13 Ramirez, Jose Roberto, 06/1955, Gonzales. Public Intoxication. Released on Order to Appear. Total Arrest, Court Commitments, other agency arrest and processings: GCSO 10 DPS 10 GPD 02 WPD 00 NPD 01 Constable 00 DWCSO 00 DEA 00 TPW 00 GCAI 00 Total 22

Caldwell County Sheriff Daniel Law announced that on August 31, Hays County deputies arrested Erasto Escutia, 17, on multiple warrants issued out of the Caldwell County Sheriff s Office. On August 6, Escutia was reported to have displayed and fired a handgun during a disturbance in the 100 Block of Misty Lane, which is located in Caldwell County. Judge Todd Blomerth issued a warrant for his arrest

tact the Caldwell County Sheriff s Office at 512-3986777.

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Yoakum Police Report


Yoakum Police Department report for Aug. 26-Sept. 1: 08/27/13 Case #13-313, Burglary-Vehicle, 317 E. Grand; Disposition, Investigation. Case #13-314, BurglaryResidence, 312 E. Gonzales; Disposition, Investigation. Case #13-315, BurglaryResidence, 108 E. Grand; Disposition, Investigation. 08/28/13 Case #13-317, Ennis, Tristan, 17, Yoakum, 104 Poth; Offense, Failure to Identify; Disposition, Trans/DCSO. 08/29/13 Case #13-318, Disorderly Conduct, 201 W. Gonzales; Disposition, Court Citation. Case #13-322, Theft-A, 202 E. Gonzales; Disposition, Investigation. 08/30/13 Case #13-291, Delafuente, Anthony, 30, Yoakum, 201 Hwy. 77A N.; Offense, Theft-B; Disposition, Trans/LCSO. Case #13-319, Harassment, 402 E. Hugo; Disposition, Investigation. Case #13-320, Juvenile Male, 13, Yoakum, 201 US 77A S; Offense, Theft-C; Disposition, Court Citation.. Case #13-287, CJohnson, Amber, 23, Yoakum, City Water Works Rd.; Offense, Credit/Debit Card Abuse; Disposition, Trans/DCSO. 09/01/13 Case #13-323, ZunigaMoreno, Jose L., 19, Yoakum, 105 Huck; Offense, Public Intoxication; Disposition, Fine/$564/Rel. Case #13-324, Mireles, Cristian, 19, Yoakum, 105 Huck; Offense(s), 1. Public Intoxication, 2. Consumption of Alcohol by Minor; Disposition(s), 1. Fine/$364/ Rel., 2. Fine/$364/Rel. Case #180439, Warrant Arrest(4), Mireles, Cristian, 19, Yoakum, 105 Huck; Offense(s), 1. W#13126, Speeding, 2. W#13127, No Drivers License, 3. W#13-526 FTA Speeding, 4. W#13-527 FTA No Drivers License; Disposition(s), 1. Fine/$258.10/Rel., 2. Fine /$214/Rel., 3. Fine/$214/Rel., 4. Fine/$214/Rel.

Registered Sex Offenders Listing


Listing of sex offenders registered as living in the City of Gonzales, provided by the Department of Public Safety. Details on offenses are available on the DPS website at https://records.txdps.state. tx.us/SexOffender/ Javier Hinojosa Adame, 54 10394 Highway 90A West Risk Level: Low Lamont Anthony Allen, 43 1116 Norwood Street Risk Level: Not reported Joseph Dominic Arriola, 30 1063 County Road 342 Risk Level: Low Keith Robert Berger, 31 1416 Neuman Street Risk Level: Moderate Daniel Len Burton, 44 80 Private Road 3501 Risk Level: Not reported Miguel Camarillo, 49 908 Pecan Street Risk Level: Low Andre Cooper, 23 1117 Robertson Risk Level: Low Curtis Michael Corum, 31 4050 FM 2091 North Risk Level: Not reported Fred Douglas Erskin, 60 1407 Water Street Risk Level: Low Roger Lynn Flores, 46 1039 State Hwy 97 Risk Level: High Freddie Fonseca, 39 420 St. Vincent Street Risk Level: Low Steve Garcia III, 39 1407 East Sarah DeWitt Drive Risk Level: Moderate Danny Garza, 47 11043 FM 466 Risk Level: Moderate Lorene Polasek Gast, 58 616 St. Vincent Street Risk Level: Not reported Robert Charles Gibson, 70 783 Highway 90 B Risk Level: High Warren Grantham, 28 285 County Road 470 Risk Level: Low Amber Nicole Guerrero, 24 155 County Road 377 Risk Level: Moderate Herman Ray Hunt Jr., 57 1307 Mesquite Risk Level: Moderate Jose Guadalupe Izaguirre, 22 1400 Church Street Risk Level: Low Myles Nicholas Macy, 26 460 County Road 201 Risk Level: High Dred Woodley Martin III, 57 26 Park Road 11 North Risk Level: Moderate Joe Garcia Morales, 48 1324 County Road 488 Risk Level: Low Eric Lee Ornelas, 31 County Road 258 Route 2 Box 159 B Risk Level: Moderate Adrian Jesse Ramirez, 27 1063 County Road 342 Risk Level: Low John David Russell, 30 727 North Hamilton Street Risk Level: High Ramon Salazar Jr, 43 817 Wells Street Risk Level: Moderate Reginald Eugene Scott, 44 1310 Robertson Street Risk Level: Moderate William Byron Trimble, 43 71 County Road 90 B Risk Level: Low Jerry Vega, 40 1007 Jesse Smith Street Risk Level: Not reported Billy Ray Vickers, 68 783 County Road 90 Apt. B Risk Level: Low Christine Washington, 48 1004 Kleine Street Risk Level: Not reported Justin Lynn White, 25 1104 Norwood Street

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The Republican Women of Yoakum whose members represent DeWitt and Lavaca Counties, are sponsoring a constitutional essay contest. Senior students attending high school, as well as 12th grade homeschooled students in both counties are invited to participate. The contest began Sept. 4 and ends Oct. 15. Rules, requirements, and qualifications may be obtained from the high schools counselors, and/or social studies/government/ history departments or contact Wilma Smith, Essay Committee Chairman at 361-564-4624, or e-mailwilmith@yahoo.com. A total of four winners will be selected from all entries. Grand prize will be $1,000, with $300 for first place, $200 for second place and $100 for third place. Winners and their parents will be notified and awards will be presented at the Republican Womens luncheon meeting November 6, 2013. Rules, requirements and qualifications may be obtained from the high schools counselors, and/ or social studies/government/history departments or contact Wilma Smith, essay committee chairman, at 361-564-4624, or e-mailwilmith@yahoo.com.

Michael Scott Zella received his Masters Degree in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management in ceremonies held at Sam Houston State University August 3, 2013. Scott is currently the Southern District Commander in the law enforcement division of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Office of Inspector General. Scotts career in law enforcement began in May of 1991 after completing his Associates Degree in criminal justice at Kilgore Junior College. He then enrolled at Sam Houston State and began his Bachelor of Science degree in criminal justice while at the same time being employed by the Walker County Sheriff s department as a jailer. Scott received his Bachelor of Science degree in August of 1993 where upon he accepted a position of deputy sheriff in Walker County. He completed the Montgomery County Police Academy in Conroe , Texas and went on to serve as a deputy sheriff from 19942001 attaining the rank of Sergeant and receiving the Officer of the Year Award

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The surging economy in Gonzales is setting the stage for some major expansion and renovation of the downtown area. Last week, the GISD Board of Trustees voted to proceed with buying the old H-E-B building on St. Joseph St. to renovate as a campus for the districts early-childhood programs, and several businesses are opening up downtown locations or renovating their facades. BZs Country Petals (left) at 616 St. Lawrence was scheduled to open this week at 626 St. Lawrence. Hours will be 8 a.m.-5:30 pm. Monday-Friday and 8 a.m.-noon on Saturday. (Photos by Mark Lube)

The old warehouse at 418 St. Andrew St. is being restored and will soon have its new tenant Brothers Grajales Gourmet Coffee. Owner Carlos A. Hernandez Grajales said the facility will be the home for two gourmet brands: Brothers Grajales Coffee and Come and Take It Coffee. Grajales expects the new warehouse operation will be ready for business by the first weekend in October. (Photos by Dave Mundy)

While several downtown-area buildings are seeing new tenants and new businesses, other property owners are making improvements to make their facilities more inviting to prospective tenants. Cary Blake, owner of the J.P. Randle Building at 509 St. Joseph Street is currently making renovations to the building. I am removing personal belongings, items that are not useful, cleaning up and removing the old awning, she said. (Photos by Mark Lube)

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Johnson last year and this year we get the opportunity to see what kind of football player he is, Lock said about Ramirez. He ran the ball with authority and made a lot of shifty moves. He really worked hard in the offseason on increasing his speed and hes done it. Hes worked his way to where he is now. Hes also an outstanding student and a very intelligent young man. Were very fortunate that hes an Apache because he makes a lot of plays for us. Unfortunately Gonzales was bitten by the injury bug last week when standout senior lineman Tyler Filla went down with a knee injury. Lock said he will

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Things couldnt have gone much better for Gonzales last Friday. The Apaches rolled into Victoria and rolled out of town with a convincing 40-point win over the East Titans. Head coach Ricky Lock saw his offense bully their way to 606 rushing yards including six scoring runs of 15 yards or more. Happy with the win but not content with the execution, Lock said his charges still have a ways to go. Weve still got a lot of work to do, he said. Weve got to clean some things up and get in better condition. We missed a lot of blocks

on the perimeter and defensively we missed a lot of tackles, two of which went for long touchdowns. I do think however that we did get better as a team. It was a learning experience for the young men who hadnt played at that level before and it was a positive experience because of the way the game turned out. What the game turned out to be was a coming out party for Alyas Ramirez, who rushed for a gamehigh 256 yards on 19 carries and four touchdowns. The sophomore stud was also an important part of the Apache defense that (for the most part)stymied the Titans all night with the exception. He backed up Cecil

be evaluated by doctors in San Antonio this week and is definitely out for Fridays contest. Were hoping we can get Tyler back at some point, said Lock. Whenever theres an injury, you expect the worse and hope for the best. Sophomore Clayton Wilkerson will likely be replacing Filla in the lineup, which means he would be making his first ever varsity start. Bastrop will come to town Friday night still reeling from their seasonopening 35-6 loss to Cedar Park Vista Ridge. The Bears had five turnovers in the game and twice failed to score from inside the 10yard line.

The game was a lot closer than the score indicates, said Lock. They played pretty well on defense, they just had some bad luck happen to them. Defense seems to be the strong point for the Bears this year where are led by quick DL Masta Hicks, LB Luis Carmona and DB Romello Wilson, who had an interception last week. Hicks is very, very athletic and Carmona is very active, Lock said. Wilson really stands out when you watch their secondary on film. Lock said in order to avoid the track meet last weeks first half turned into, the Apaches are going to have to be more sound on APACHES, Page B2

Here Come the Apaches

#6 Shiner to tangle with old nemesis #12 Hallettsville


By MARK LUBE
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The Gonzales Junior White Apaches, led from left by Cade Davis (25), Lane Mills (64), Jaydyn Lookabill (5) and Colby Richter (90), tore through their sign and stormed the field at the beginning of their seasonopening game at Yorktown. For a roundup of last weekends CYFL kickoff, see page B5. (Photo by Cedric Iglehart)

Its a new year in the Shiner-Hallettsville rivalry. The teams meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Brahmas Memorial Stadium. Both opened with explosive wins last week The Comanches ran all over Industrial in a 34-0 win and Hallettsville took care of business against the Ganado Indians, winning 43-6. Both squads had good years in 2012, but it is now 2013. Hallettsville is ranked and they are predicted to be good like last year, Shiner head coach Steven Cerny said. But it is a new year. Shiner is a tough team, Hallettsville head coach Tommy Psencik said. They have solid quarterback,

running backs and an experienced offensive line. Hallettsville runs a balanced spread attack and Shiner has to be ready for anything If we shut down the run, they will go to the pass, Cerny said. We need to mix things up defensively. We cannot let them have the big play. Hallettsville will need to earn every point. It will have to be a bend-butdont-break thing. Hallettsville has several playmakers including Trenton McGee, Dalton Herrington, Jimario Grounds, Tim Sheppard, Kaylon Massey, Kaden Hardt, Brent Motal and Nate Kowalik. Shiners offense had a good performance against Industrial. We need to control their PREVIEWS, Page B2

Lady Apaches top Eastside Memorial in home opener


By MARK LUBE
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GONZALES Any win for a team is going to help its confidence the slightest bit for the next match. The Gonzales Lady Apaches swept the Austin Eastside Memorial Lady Panthers, 25-8, 25-3 and 25-5, Tuesday evening at the GHS Special Events Center. Lady Apache head coach Sarah Moreno was pleased with everything the Lady Apaches did. Its a win in the book, she said. It built our confidence. The girls did great things by sticking to our system. The defense did great getting to the places they needed to be and being very disciplined. Moreno said Gretchen Singleton had five kills to

lead the Lady Apaches (612) with Molly Barnick and Alex Finch chipping in four kills each. In sets two and three, Danielle Flowers was a force to be reckoned with from the serving spot in the back. Danielle got lots and lots of aces, Moreno said. She just does not miss them. I called for different ones and she made every single one of them. In the first set, the Lady Panthers managed to grab the early hand, taking a 3-2 lead and getting an ace from Anna Habimana. A kill from Barnick tied the game at 3-3 and Gonzales then scored nine straight points, getting a block from Kendall Fougerat and an ace from Madison Musick. Eastside Memorial was able to close down to 13-5 and Gonzales went to vic-

tory with 12-3 run, getting an ace from Cassidy La Fleur and a kill from Finch. Gonzales got a 5-2 lead in the second game, getting a couple of aces from Musick. Later, ahead 7-3, the Lady Apaches ripped off 18 straight points with around half a dozen or so aces from Flowers and kills from both Fougerat and Singleton. In the third set, the serving of Flowers powered the Lady Apaches to a 6-1 advantage. Gonzales later went up 15-3 on plays from Singleton and Fougerat as well as kills from Danyelle Glass and Bailey Connell. The Lady Apaches then ended the match with a 10-0 run. The Gonzales junior varsity and freshman teams played each other with the JV winning, 25-11 and 25Brianna Miller prepares to hit the ball while teammates Madison Musick (9) and 7. Alex Finch (3) look on during Gonzales match against Eastside Memorial Tuesday night. (Photo by Mark Lube)

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Y 7 0 14 0-21 Scoring Summary C-Tyson Simcik 4 run (Derrick District 26-3A Standings Hayes kick) District Overall Y-TreVontae Hights 15 run Giddings 0-0 1-0 (Reagan Jacobs kick) Gonzales 0-0 1-0 Y-Hights 8 run (kick failed) La Grange 0-0 1-0 Y-Jared Garza 43 pass from Cuero 0-0 0-1 Chase Hermes (Hights run) Smithville 0-0 0-1 C-Detriyon Carter 54 run (run Yoakum 0-0 0-1 failed) Last game results Gonzales C-Simcik 1 run (run failed) 60, Victoria East 20; Columbus C-Simcik 1 run (run failed 25,Yoakum 21; Wharton 23, Team Stats Col Yoa Cuero 22; La Grange 49, Marble First Downs 19 13 Falls 23; Giddings 21, Liberty Rushes-yds 56-301 32-160 Hill 20 Passing yds 49 148 Fridays game schedules Bastrop Passes 3-8-1 4-12-2 at Gonzales, 7:30 p.m.; Wimberley Penalties-yds 8-40 5-58 at Giddings, 7:30 p.m.; La Grange Fumbles-lost 3-3 6-6 at Columbus, 7:30 p.m.; Smithville Punts-avg. 6-30.1 3-37.3 at Marble Falls, 7:30 p.m.; Victoria Individual stats West at Cuero, 7:30 p.m.; Yoakum Rushing Columbus: Detriyon at Sinton, 7:30 p.m. Carter 16-151, Royce Caldwell 12Game Summaries 54, Tyson Simcik 22-53. Yoakum: Gonzales 60, Victoria East 20 Trevontae Hights 13-93, Terrance Score by Quarters Hall 6-39, Gilbert Dominguez G 19 21 20 060 2-22. V 6 13 0 020 Passing Columbus: Simcik Scoring Summary 3-8-49-1. Yoakum: Chase Hermes G - Alyas Ramirez 61 run (pass 2-9-103-2, Hights 2-3-45. failed), 1st, 9:46 Receiving Columbus: Logan G - Darrance James 15 run (con- Denley 1-43. Yoakum: Hall 2-81, version failed), 1st, 4:39 Garza 1-43, Miguel Resendiz 1-24. G - D.J. Gonzales 77 run (Jose District 15-2ADI Standings Contreras kick), 1st, 1:26 District Overall V - Cameron Williams 77 kick Luling 0-0 1-0 return (conversion failed), 1st, 1:09 Marion 0-0 1-0 G - Ramirez 39 run (Contreras George West 0-0 0-1 kick), 2nd, 9:47 Jourdanton 0-0 0-1 V - Jonathan Ortega 75 run SA Brooks 0-0 0-1 (Kelsey Ferry kick), 2nd, 9:21 SA Cole 0-0 0-1 G - Ramirez 5 run (Contreras Last game results Luling 47, kick), 2nd, 5:51 Universal City Randolph 23; V - Ortega 64 run (Ferry kick), Bandera 42, George West 12; Falls 2nd, 4:32 City 34, Jourdanton 28; Stockton G - Brant Philippus 10 run 27, San Antonio Cole 7; Marion (Contreras kick), 2nd, 0:06 29, Poth 28; San Antonio St. G - Ramirez 2 run (pass failed), Anthony 47, San Antonio Brooks 3rd, 7:35 Academy 6 G - Jaime Tellez 15 run (ContreFridays game schedules Altair ras kick), 3rd, 3:58 Rice Consolidated at Luling, 7:30 G - Aaron Hunt 48 run (Contrep.m.; Karnes City at Marion, ras kick), 3rd, 1:58 7:30 p.m.; Ingleside at George Team Stats G V West, 7:30 p.m.; Jourdanton at First downs 14 7 Stockdale, 7:30 p.m.; Universal Rushes-yds 58-606 17-187 City Randolph at San Antonio Passing yds 15 67 Cole, 7:30 p.m.; San Antonio Passing 1-2-0 5-18-0 Brooks Academy at San Antonio Punts-yards 1-26 3-148 Cornerstone, 7:30 p.m. Fumbles-lost 2-0 2-1 Game Summaries Penalties-yds 5-40 1-5 Lulilng 47, Universal City Individual stats Randolph 23 RUSHING Gonzales: Alyas Score by Quarters Ramirez 19-256, Brant Philippus L 19 12 0 16-47 13-66, Aaron Hunt 8-87, GrayUCR 2 8 0 13-23 son Meredith 7-23, D.J. Gonzales Scoring Summary 6-118, Jamie Tellez 3-15, Darrance L-Taylen Moore 88 pass from James 2-41. Victoria East: Jonathan Trayden Staton (Kaylen Coe kick) Ortega 10-166, Laken Williams L-Moore 26 pass from Staton 4-(-4), Bryce Martinez 2-21, Trey (kick failed) Martinez 1-4. L-Brendon Cubit 17 run (twoPASSING Gonzales: Philippoint conversion failed) pus 1-2-15. Victoria East: Ortega UCR-Justin Alexander defen5-18-67. sive two-point conversion RECEIVING Gonzales: L-Shaft Cubit 16 run (run failed) James 1-15. Victoria East: Williams UCR-Christian Hosley 8 run 2-12, Dillon Lippe 1-20, Josh Bare(Bryan London run) field 1-20, Trent Whitley 1-15. L-Shaft Cubit 3 run (pass failed) Columbus 25, Yoakum 21 L-Brendon Cubit 10 run (Josh Score by Quarters Alvarez pass from Staton) C 7 0 6 12-25 UCR-Miguel Rivera 33 run (run

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District Overall Edna 0-0 1-0 Hallettsville 0-0 1-0 Hempstead 0-0 1-0 Altair Rice 0-0 0-1 Industrial 0-0 0-1 Palacios 0-0 0-1 Last game results Hallettsville 43, Ganado 6; Hempstead 34, Brookshire Royal 22; Edna 27, Needville 14; Houston St. Thomas 46, Altair Rice 30 Consolidated; Shiner 34, Vanderbilt Industrial 0; Boling 35, Palacios 12 Fridays game schedules Shiner at Hallettsville, 7:30 p.m.; Altair Rice at Luling, 7:30 p.m.; Stafford at Hempstead, 7:30 p.m.; Refugio at Edna, 7:30 p.m.; Ganado at Vanderbilt Industrial, 7:30p.m.; Palacios at El Maton Tidehaven, 7:30 p.m. Game Summaries Hallettsville 43, Ganado 6 Score by Quarters H 8 7 28 0-43 G 0 0 0 6-6 Scoring Summary H-Trenton McGee 76 pass from Nate Kowalik (Tim Sheppard run) H-Kaden Hardt 3 run (Kowalik kick) H-Dalton Herrington 89 kickoff return (Kowalik kick) H-Herrington 65 pass from Kowalik (Kowalik kick) H-Herrington 24 run (Kowalik kick) HSheppard 15 run (Kowalik kick) G-Kameron Smith 7 pass from Ray Salazar (run failed) Individual stats Rushing Hallettsville: Brent Motal 10-92, Kaden Hardt 9-82, Tim Sheppard 5-32, Dalton Herrington 2-24, Kaylon Massey 2-3,Drew Haas 1-0, Nate Kowalik 1-(-3). Ganado: Billy Jones 12-25, Benny Garcia 1-25, Ray Salazar 1318, Jonathan Martinez 1-6, Bobby Garcia 4-5, Cody Morales 2-4, Kameron Smith 1-4.

District 14-2ADI Standings

District Overall Karnes City 0-0 1-0 Nixon-Smiley 0-0 1-0 Stockdale 0-0 1-0 Bloomington 0-0 0-1 Cotulla 0-0 0-1 Natalia 0-0 0-1 Poth 0-0 0-1 Last game results Nixon-Smiley 28, Flatonia 14; Karnes City 27, Kenedy 21; Woodsboro 41, Bloomington 31; Stockdale 27, San Antonio Cole 7; Carrizo Springs 35, Cotulla 6; Ingram Moore 40, Natalia 2; Marion 29, Poth 28 Fridays game schedules Three Rivers at Nixon-Smiley, 7:30 p.m.; Karnes City at Marion, 7:30 p.m.; Bloomington at Agua Dulce, 7:30 p.m.; Jourdanton at Stockdale, 7:30 p.m.; Cotulla at Crystal City, 7:30p.m.; Lytle at Natalia, 7:30 p.m.; Poth at Falls City, 7:30 p.m. Game Summaries Nixon-Smiley 28, Flatonia 14 Score by Quarters Flat 6 0 8 0--14 N-S 0 7 14 7--28 Scoring Summary FLAT--Mitchel Mica 1 run (pass failed) N-S--Nick Pena 1 run (Eduardo Tovar kick) FLAT--Gus Venegas 18 pass from Will Bruns (Mica run) N-S--Tom Palacio 1 run (Tovar kick) N-S--Jared Van Auken 34 run (Tovar kick) N-S--Samuel Moore 18 interception return (Tovar kick) Team Stats FLAT N-S First Downs 6 11 Rushes-Yds 30-(-26) 45-199 Passing Yds 90 26 Passes 6-12-2 2-3-0 Penalties-Yds 7-60 9-59 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 4-1 Punts-Avg 2-35.5 5-18.7 Individual Statistics RUSHING: Flatonia, Marcus Mica 3-10, Aaron Manzano 3-14, Gus Venegas 3-(-11), Will Bruns 18-(-45), Mitchell Mica 3-6. NixonSmiley, Kevin Martinez 2-2, Jared Van Auken 18-107, Tristen Newman 7-43, Nick Pena 5-(-2), Justin Ramos 2-4, Tom Palacio 10-43, Samuel Moore 1-2. PASSING: Flatonia, Will Bruns 6-12-2-90. Nixon-Smiley, Nick Pena 1-2-0-22, Samuel Moore 1-10-4. RECEIVING: Flatonia, Gus Venegas 5-84, Marcus Mica 1-6. Nixon-Smiley, Samuel Moore 1-22, Tristen Newman 1-4. District Shiner 0-0 Three Rivers 0-0 Yorktown 0-0

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Ganado 0-0 0-1 Kenedy 0-0 0-1 Last game results Shiner 34, Vanderbilt Industrial 0; Three Rivers 30, Skidmore-Tynan 0; Yorktown 28, Hallettsville Sacred Heart 22; Karnes City 27, Kenedy 21; Hallettsville 43, Ganado 6 Fridays game schedules Shiner at Hallettsville, 7:30 p.m.; Three Rivers at Nixon-Smiley, 7:30 p.m.; Yorktown at Goliad 7:30 p.m.; Pettus at Kenedy, 7:30 p.m.; Ganado at Vanderbilt Industrial, 7:30p.m. Game Summaries Shiner 34, Vanderbilt Industrial 0 Score by Quarters I 0 0 0 0-0 S 7 7 13 7-34 Scoring Summary S-Tyler Patek 67 run (Rigo Baray kick) S-Marcus Coleman 76 run (Baray kick) S-Jacob Stafford 37 run (Baray kick) S-Patek 17 run (kick blocked) S-Coleman 4 run (Hunter Mraz kick) Team stats I S First Downs 10 18 Rushes-yards 31-56 47-364 Passing yards 109 0 Passes 11-19-1 0-2-0 Penalties-yards 5-45 2-10 Fumbles-lost 2-2 1-1 Punts-average 4-27 1-49 Individual stats Rushing Industrial: Evan Gregg 5-25, Trenton Thedford 8-24, , Trevor Russman 3-6 Jay Rubio 15-1. Shiner: Marcus Coleman 12-140, Jacob Stafford 13-132, Tyler Patek 14-101, Chad Neubauer 4-9, Joey Overton 1-5, Blake Michalec 1-1, team 2-(-24). Passing Industrial: Rubio 1119-1-109. Shiner: Stafford 0-1-0-0, Patek 0-1-0-0. Receiving Industrial: Cade Peterek 3-36, Gregg 3-35, Thedford 2-20, Rhett Musser 2-13, Tyler Conard 1-5. District Overall Thrall 0-0 1-0 Weimar 0-0 0-0 Flatonia 0-0 0-1 Holland 0-0 0-1 Thorndale 0-0 0-1 Last game results NixonSmiley 28, Flatonia 14; Thrall 18, Bruceville-Eddy 14; Jarrell 34, Holland 18; Chilton 41, Thorndale 14 Fridays game schedules Hallettsville Sacred Heart at Flatonia, 7:30 p.m.; Boling at Weimar, 7:30 p.m.; Holland at Granger, 7:30 p.m.; Thorndale at Somerville, 7:30 p.m. Saturdays game schedules Florence vs. Thrall at Waxahachie, 4 p.m. District Brazos Chr. 0-0 John Paul II 0-0 St. Joseph 0-0 Sacred Heart 0-0 St. Gerard 0-0 Overall 1-0 1-0 1-0 0-1 0-1

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St. Paul 0-0 0-1 Last game results Yorktown 28, Hallettsville Sacred Heart 22; Pettus 26, Shiner St. Paul 14; Bryan Brazos Christian 28, Cypress Christian 22; Bryan St. Joseph 53, Central Texas Christian 8; Schertz John Paul II 48, Texas School for the Deaf 48-0; St. Marys Hall 21, St. Gerard 16 Thursdays game schedule St. Gerard at San Antonio Hawkins, 7:30 p.m. Fridays game schedules Sugarland Fort Bend Christian at Shiner St. Paul, 7:30 p.m.; Hallettsville Sacred Heart at Flatonia, 7:30 p.m.; Snook at Bryan Brazos Christian, 7:30 p.m.; Temple Holy Trinity at Bryan St. Joseph, 7:30 p.m.; Austin Eastside Memorial at Schertz John Paul II, 7:30 p.m. Game Summaries Pettus 26, St. Paul 14 Score by Quarters SP 6 8 0 0-14 P 13 6 0 7-26 Scoring Summary P-Anthony Mendoza 25 run (Matt Gonzales kick) SP-Colton Machart 84 pass from Austin Barton (run failed) P-Mendoza 51 pass from Gonzales (run failed) SP-T.J. Bell 40 run (Marco Ynclan run) P-John Constante 31 run (kick failed) P-Gonzales 1 run (kick failed) Team Stats SSP P First Downs 15 9 Rushes-yds 37-246 30-95 Passing yds 153 105 Passes 9-22 4-6 Penalties-yds 6-35 1-10 Fumbles-lost 2-2 0-0 Punts-avg. 2-32.5 5-41.6 Individual stats Rushing St. Paul: T.J. Bell 22-145, Ryan Gieger 4-50, Austin Barton 6-24, Marco Ynclan 2-17, Jed Janecek 3-10. Pettus: John Constante 14-80, Anthony Mendoza 2-28, Josh Herrera 7-(-3), Matt Gonzales 7-(-10). Passing St. Paul: Barton 9-22153-0. Pettus: Gonzales 4-6-105-0 Receiving St. Paul: Colton Machart 2-93, Ynclan 3-33, Geiger 2-21, Nathan Pilat 1-6. Pettus: Mendoza 3-69, C.J. Crux 1-36. Yorktown 28, Sacred Heart 22 Score by Quarters Y 8 14 0 6-28 HSH 14 8 0 0-22 Scoring Summary HSH-Jonathan Vanek 79 kickoff return (two-point conversion failed) Y-Logan Romans 3 run (Steven Perez run) HSH-Dylan Jahn 27 run (Trent Janak pass from Scott Stoner) Y-Jonathan Weischwell 5 run (Roman run) HSH-Kyle Pettus 2 run (Jahn pass from Stoner) Y-Caleb Schendel 42 run (twopoint conversion failed) Y- Steven Perez 1 run

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defense. Weve got to make sure that we are in the right places, he said. They have more team speed than we do. Weve got a couple of guys that can run, theyve got a bunch of guys that can run. Assistant coach Todd Patmon was promoted last May after former head coach Gerald Perry was reassigned after five seasons. Perry last guided the Bears to the playoffs in 2010. Under Patmon, Bastrop has abandoned the triple option look from a year ago for a traditional one back set based on zone reads and spreading out the defense to create natural running lanes. The Bears are big up front on the offensive line where Jordan Davis (6-3, 300) and Jarvis Brawley (6-1, 255) are returning starters. RB Carrington Waites (1151) was the teams leading rusher last week, but the Bears will also try innovative ways to get the ball into the hands of dangerous receiver Izaiyah Washington. The key to holding down Bastrops offense is not al-

lowing new QB Cameron Barron to settle into a groove. Last week, he completed 9 of his 18 passes for 79 yards and also had a two-yard touchdown run. Last year they had a very fast kid at quarterback but this kid has a better motor

and runs the ball more effectively, said Lock. Hes also pretty decent at throwing the ball. The game will kickoff at 7:30 p.m. in Apache Stadium.

defensive line with our offensive line and run the veer effectively, Cerny said. Shiner will count on Jacob Stafford, Marcus Coleman and Tyler Patek to produce a lot of rushing yards. Against Shiners veer, our defensive players will need to do their specific job and not someone elses, Psencik said. We will have to fly to the football. On offense, we will need to keep possession of the ball by being very balanced. Last years game was an offensive show by Hallettsville as they won 49-28. It was Shiners only regularseason loss.

Its a big game and there will be a big crowd, Psencik said. Sacred Heart at Flatonia Flatonia host Hallettsville Sacred Heart in a typical Bulldogs-Indians rivalry game for Flatonias home opener at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Bulldog Field. This will be a tight and tough game, Flatonia head coach Chris Freytag said. Sacred Heart is big, physical and they are strong. I think it will be a typical Flatonia-Sacred Heart game, Indians head coach Pat Henke said. Freytag said the Bulldogs must do better in all phases of the game against the Indians. Our offensive line did

not block well and we have made a couple of adjustments, he said. We need to control the football which is something we struggled to do against Nixon (last week). Henke is expecting a tough battle from the Dogs. Flatonia is physical up front, they have size and have some good skilled players, he said. It will be a challenge for our defense. We gave up lots of yards against Yorktown last week. Sacred Heart will just need to their offensive line to play well to get the offense going. We must protect the PREVIEWS, Page B12

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By CEDRIC IGLEHART

Gonzales opens with rout at Victoria East


VICTORIA The weather was a classic balmy Summer night in South Texas, but it was the fireworks on the field that made it feel like the Fourth of July. Gonzales played its season opener Friday night and ended up with a 6020 rout at Victoria East in a game that featured nine scoring plays of 15 yards or better. The Apaches had their stellar offensive line and stable of talented backs on display, shredding the Titan defense for 606 yards on the ground. We established the line of scrimmage, ran the ball hard and took care of the football, said Gonzales head coach Ricky Lock. We had nearly 400 yards rushing at halftime so our guys really got after it up front. There are always things you can do better, but for our first game I thought we were right on track. Earlier in the week, Lock expressed some concerns about the teams quarterback situation where neither junior Brant Philippus nor junior Grayson Meredith were able to distinguish themselves. Philippus drew the start and his first varsity pass attempt was a wobbly floater that landed five yards short of a wide open Darrance James. That would prove to be the only mistake he would make on the night as he finished with 66 yards rushing including a gutsy 10-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Hes starting to get his feet under him, said Lock. Every rep he gets at the varsity level is going to be good for him. It was good to have a comfortable lead and be able to establish some things. The Apaches also got some things from their two freshmen. Wade Miller garnered a sack in his first start at defensive end and Aaron Hunt was impressive at running back, racking up 87 yards and a touchdown in his varsity debut. Anybody would want to run behind our offensive line, Lock said. Hes got to learn not to dance at this level and just hit the hole because when he does hes dangerous. He ran well to-

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night. In addition to the work put in by the all-star front five of Zach Perez-Clack, J.T. Miller, Damien Airhart, Jordan Johnson and Tyler Filla, the Apaches also received great blocking on the edge from Joe Ryan Carrizales and out of the backfield from Jose Contreras, Trent Schauer, Travis Schauer, and Dylan Cantu. Gonzales (1-0) scored early in its first possession. After a short gain by Ramirez brought up a fourth and one from the Apache 39, he darted through a hole made by Johnson and J.T. Miller and raced 61 yards for the score. The two-point conversion failed and Gonzales led 6-0 with 9:46 left. (From left) Jordan Johnson, Wade Miller and J.T. Miller converge on Titan quarOn the Titans first play, terback Jonathan Ortega. (Photo by Cedric Iglehart) Ortega was met in the After a short gain on backfield by Tellez and his pass incomplete due to from 15 yards out. The Derek Hunt for a three- tight coverage by James on Apaches were called for a first down by Meredith, yard loss. Ortega dropped Trent Whitley. Derek Hunt penalty on the two-point D.J. Gonzales broke up the to pass on the next play, but returned the ensuing punt conversion attempt so the left sideline, escaped out of a tackle at the 15 and he was flushed from the 22 yards to set the Apaches score stood at 12-0. Another quick three and dragged a hapless defender pocket by Perez-Clack and up in Victoria East territory at the 46. out followed for the Titans, into the end zone to cap a sacked by Johnson. Seven plays in, the highlighted by a tackle 77-yard jaunt. Following an illegal proHowever,Victoria East cedure penalty, the Titans Apaches used some razzle- for loss on Ortega by J.T. had a third and 24 from dazzle when James took a Miller. A touchback on the struck back with a little their own 24. Ortega faced pitch on an end around and punt gave Gonzales the ball trickeration of their own GONZALES, Page B4 another heavy rush and danced into the end zone at their own 25.

Mustangs overcome own Defensive play provides mistakes, beat Flatonia early spark for Comanches
By MARK LUBE
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Flatonia running back Aaron Manzano is brought down by Nixon-Smileys Michael Scarbrough during the Mustangs win last Friday. (Photo by Dave Mundy)

SHINER When a turnover and bad snap on a punt put Shiner in danger of conceding some early and easy scores, the defense stepped up and bailed the team out. The Comanches (1-0) ran through, around and over the Industrial Cobras, and the defense forced a couple of turnovers as Shiner got 2013 started the right way with a 34-0 win Friday night at Comanche Stadium. Those are things we kind of expected to happen in early season ball games, Shiner head coach Steven Cerny said. We had some players out there (in a varsity game) for the first time. We settled down and the big thing is our defense really stepped up and got the ball back to us. The Comanches fumbled away the football on the second play of the games opening drive.

Industrial running back Trenton Thedford picked up 13 yards to the Comanche 24. A few plays later, Shiner recovered a fumble at their 22. On a thirdand-6 play, quarterback Tyler Patek gained 7 yards on a keeper to the 33 and then simply pushed forward on a surge and raced through the defense for a 67-yard touchdown score, giving Shiner a 7-0 lead. Industrial went on a time-consuming drive of 75 yards in nearly seven minutes that turned out to be fruitless. A 19-yard run in the latter stages by fullback Evan Gregg set up Industrial at the 5. Gregg took a toss down to the 3. Thedford took a handoff and got to the 1. Quarterback Jay Rubio was stopped for no gain and Industrial went for on fourth down and did not make it as the Shiner defense stuck together and stuffed him. Shiner drove to just a little past their 36 and stalled

despite two offside calls on the Cobras. A bad snap on the punt led to the Cobras get another great scoring chance as they had the ball at the Shiner 11. Two plays went nowhere and on the third one, Rubio was picked off by Ernie Egan. I thought our defense stepping up was the turning point in the game, Cerny said. That bad snap could have been a disaster and given Industrial some momentum but once again defense stepped up. Shiner capped the quick, two-play 75-yard drive as Marcus Coleman took a toss, went outside and was off to the races for a 76yard run to give the Comanches a 14-0 lead with 5:54 to play in the second quarter. Cerny said the offense executed very well overall. We faced a lot of third and long, and all of sudden, we got the big play SHINER, Page B4

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NIXON The mommies in the Nixon stands were starting to gather up small children and shield their eyes so they didnt have to see the bad things happening when the Mustangs ducked into the phone booth and pulled off their Clark Kent glasses. Admittedly, they didnt step out wearing big S on their chests, nor were they able to leap tall buildings at a single bound. But they did a fair job of stopping a fast-moving train. Man, how weird was that? exclaimed NixonSmiley coach Carlton McKinney after his squad dodged a couple of firsthalf bullets, then scored twice in a 20-second span of the third period en route to a 28-14 come-from-behind victory over the Flatonia Bulldogs in Fridays football season opener. Down 6-0 after Flatonia had scored on a 1-yard run by Mitchel Mica on the

games opening drive, the Mustang defense frustrated the Bulldogs in the red zone twice in the second period, leading to a 7-6 halftime lead which changed the complexion of the game. After a three-and-out deep in their own territory early in the second, NixonSmiley lined up to punt. Tristan Newmans kick, however, was shanked and thrown right back by a stiff southerly breeze, giving the Bulldogs possession of the ball at the Nixon-Smiley 16-yard line. The punt officially measured negativethree yards. A well-read stop of a Guz Venegas sweep by Mikel Scarborough dropped the Bulldogs back eight yards, and two plays later, Flatonia quarterback Will Bruns was hammered by NixonSmileys Riley Samford as he delivered a pass and the Mustangs Garrett Earlywine snatched the ball to kill the threat. The Nixon-Smiley offense, however, turned the ball back over two plays lat-

er, with the Bulldogs Brandon Perez coming up with the recovery at the Mustang 14. A pair of behind-theline stops by Justin Ramos and an illegal-shift penalty later, the Bulldogs lined up for a 39-yard field goal attempt by Jose Manzano only to see Newman sweep in and smother the kick. We had some kids step up and play tonight, McKinney said. They responded when we needed them. The offense made some mistakes, but they responded. The Mustangs followed the blocked kick with a 71yard, 10-play drive capped by a 1-yard sneak from Nick Pea. Eduardo Tovers PAT kick made it a 7-0 game at halftime. The punting nightmare visited Nixon-Smiley to open the second half, however, and the Bulldogs didnt waste the chance a second time. Penalties for an illegal chop block and a personal foul dropped the Mustangs from their own MUSTANGS, Page B4

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The sophomore had a sensational season opener, running for 256 yards and four touchdowns in the Apaches 60-20 romp at Victoria East. Ramirez, who averaged an eye-popping 13.5 yards per carry, also played extensively on defense at safety.
Brendon Cubit, Luling. Ran for 107 yards and three touchdowns in the Eagles win over Universal City Randolph. Dalton Herrington, Hallettsville. Scored three times in the Brahmas rout of Ganado. He returned a kickoff 89 yards, caught a 65-yard score and had a 24-yard touchdown run. Taylen Moore, Luling. Caught three passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns.

Alyas Ramirez RB, Gonzales

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Nate Kowalik, Hallettsville. Was an efficient 12-for-16 passing for 242 yards and two touchdowns. Marcus Coleman, Shiner. Ran for 140 yards and two touchdowns on 12 carries in the Comanches win over Industrial. Trayden Staton, Luling. Threw for 274 yards and two touchdowns on 11-for-21 passing. Tyler Patek, Shiner. Ran for

101 yards and two touchdowns. TreVontae Hights, Yoakum. Ran for 93 yards and two touchdowns in the Bulldogs 25-21 loss to Columbus. Eddie Manzano, Flatonia. Had 16 tackles, including eight solo, in the Bulldogs loss to Nixon-Smiley. T.J. Bell, Shiner St. Paul. Led the Cardinals with 145 yards rushing and a touchdown during their loss to Pettus. Jacob Stafford, Shiner. Had 13 rushes for 132 yards and a score. D.J. Gonzales, Gonzales. Ran for 118 yards and a touchdown on just six carries. Jared Van Auken, NixonSmiley. Rushed for 107 yards and a touchdown in the Mustangs win over Flatonia. Aaron Hunt, Gonzales. The freshman ran eight times for 87 yards and a touchdown in his varsity debut. Jose Contreras, Gonzales. Went a perfect six for six in extra point kick attempts.

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25 to their own 4, and when another Newman punt came riding the breeze back toward the Mustang goal line, N-S drew a penalty for trying to bat the ball -- setting the Bulldogs up at the Nixon-Smiley 4-yard line. A holding call set Flatonia back, but Bruns responded with a perfect lob into the corner of the end zone to Venegas for an 18-yard pass. A two-point conversion run by Mica put Flatonia on top 14-7. The ball started bouncing the other way midway through the third quarter, however. On the first play following a Mustang punt, Ramos pounced on a Flatonia fumble to set the Ponies up at the Bulldogs 30-yard line. A pass interference call halved the distance,

and five plays later Tom Palacio punched it into the end zone to tie the game with 2:01 remaining in the third period. Tovars ensuing kickoff into the wind wasnt intended to be an onside kick, but the ball traveled only 15 yards before bouncing to the ground, where it was alertly picked up by the Mustangs Jordan Martinez and returned to the Bulldogs 45. Two plays later, Jared Van Auken burst up the middle and reached the secondary untouched, racing 34 yards to score and put NixonSmiley back on top. Neither team was able to sustain a drive after that, and after being pinned deep in their own territory late in the contest the Bulldogs risked a fourth-and-15 call from their own 3-yard line. Bruns pass again got held up in the wind and NixonSmileys Samuel Moore

turned it into an 18-yard pick-six to seal the deal for the Mustangs. We played terrible, Flatonia head coach Chris Freytag said. Not to take anything away from Nixon, but we deserved better coaching than this. We tried out the no-huddle offense, it worked great in practice but tonight ... there were just too many mistakes. Weve got a lot of improving to do, he said. For McKinney and his Mustangs, the win was a huge morale boost after the frustrations of the last couple of seasons. The big part is the success we had tonight, the enthusiasm that will generate, he said. We made a lot of mistakes. We have to turn that into teaching, and let the kids know that if we clean up those mistakes we can get a lot better.

From coaches reports

PETTUS The St. Paul Cardinals had nearly 400 yards of offense but could not get past the Pettus Eagles on Friday. Pettus scored first, getting an Anthony Mendoza run in the opening quarter. St. Paul came right back with an 84-yard pass from Austin Barton to Colton Machart. The two-point conversion run failed and left St. Paul down 7-6. Mendoza then caught a 51-yard pass from Matt Gonzales and a 13-6 lead at the end of the quarter. Late in the second, T.J. Bell had a big 40-yard scoring run to put St. Paul ahead 14-13 but Pettus got a score with less than a minute to go with a 31-yard run by John Constante. Gonzales scored on a 1-yard run in the fourth to seal the game for Pettus.

Simcik had given the Cardinals a 7-0 lead in the first quarter with a fouryard run. The Bulldogs tied the game with a TreVontae Hights 15-yard run. In the third box, Hights scored on an eight-yard run and later on, Jared Garza caught a 43-yard pass from Chase Hermes. Hights got the two-point run to give Yoakum a 21-7 lead. Detriyon Carter brought Columbus to within 2113 on his 54-yard scoring scamper.

Eagles a 31-10 halftime lead. Each team scored two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. Luling got a 10yard and eight-yard scoring runs by Brendon Cubit, Randolph got a 33-yard run by Miguel Rivera and a four-yard scamper by Hosley.

Hallettsville 43, Ganado 6

Luling 47, UC Randolph 23

SHINER: Second half TDs spur Comanches to victory

Columbus Yoakum 21

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COLUMBUS The Columbus Cardinals rallied from a 21-13 deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat Yoakum, 25-21. Quarterback Tyson Simcik had a pair of 1-yard touchdown runs in the fourth quarter, with the game-winner coming with 4:47 left to play.

UNIVERSAL CITY The Luling Eagles hit the ground running to start the 2013 season with a 4723 win over Universal City Randolph. Luling got two Trayden Staton-to-Taylen Moore touchdown passes of 88 and 26 yards in the first quarter and Brendon Cubit scored on a 17-yard run, also in the first frame. Randolph returned the missed two-point play to trail 19-2 after one quarter. In the second box, Shaft Cubit scored on a 16-yard run for a 25-2 Luling lead. The Ro-Hawks got a touchdown from Christian Hosley on an eight-yard run. Shaft Cubit had a shorter three-yard run to give the

GANADO The Hallettsville Brahmas put on offensive show to open the season with a 43-6 win over Ganado on Friday. The Brahmas opened the scoring in the first quarter as Trenton McGee hauled in a 76-yard touchdown pass from Nate Kowalik and Tim Sheppard ran for the two-point conversion. Hallettsville added a second touchdown in the second box as Kaden Hardt scored on a three-yard run for a 15-0 Brahmas lead. The Brahmas put the ball in the end zone four times in the third quarter Dalton Herrington ran a kickoff back 89 yards, caught a 65-yard pass and scored on a 24-yard run. Sheppard capped the Hallettsville scoring with a 15-yard run. The Indians got on the board in the fourth quarter ROUNDUP, Page B5

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Shiner running back Jacob Stafford breaks free from the grasp of Industrials Dustin Hempel during last Fridays win over the Cobras. (Photo by Mark Lube)
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to give us a third down, he said. Industrial punted on their next drive and Shiner had 3:21 and 78 yards to score. They got down to the 18 of Industrial, helped by a 14-yard run by Coleman, a facemask call on the same play and a 22yard run by Jacob Stafford. With just a few seconds left, Shiner missed a 35-yard field goal by Rigo Baray to end the half. To open the third box, the Shiner defense held Gregg to a 3-yard run and then sacked Rubio twice.

The Cobras had a 17-yard punt into the wind to give Shiner the ball at the 37. Stafford took a handoff, seemed to disappear into a pile, stumbled, kept his balance and finished off a 37yard touchdown run to give Shiner a 21-0 lead with 9:31 to go in the third. The teams exchanged a series of punts until the Comanches had a short field to run after a 22-yard punt by Industrial. At the Cobra 30, Stafford had a run of 5 yards and then an 8-yard rush to the 17. Patek repeated his feat from earlier and scored on a 17-yard sneak. Industrial

blocked the point after for a 27-0 Shiner advantage. The Cobras had their next drive start at their 27. Rubio had a couple of good passes 13 yards to Gregg to the 42, 9 yards to Cade Peterek and a pass to Gregg for 15, eventually bringing the Cobras to the Shiner 30. Tyler Conrad hauled in a fourth-down catch for 5 yards but was 4 yards shy of the marker. The Comanches then put the icing on the cake with a 14-play, 75-yard drive in just under six minutes, capping the drive with a 4-yard run by Coleman and a 34-0 advantage.

when Cameron Williams took the ball on a reverse during the ensuing kick return and ran 77 yards to whittle the Gonzales lead down to 19-6. Early in the second quarter, Philippus pushed the Apaches out to the near midfield on a dive. On the next play, Ramirez came through a gaping hole in the middle and broke up the left sideline for a 39yard touchdown. Undaunted, the Titans got another quick strike after returning the ball out to their 25. Ortega dropped to pass, made a man miss in the backfield, reversed his direction and raced 75 yards for a score. James looked as if he was going to score when he returned the ensuing kickoff from the Apache 19, but the speedy lost the handle on the football and it rolled

out of bounds at the Gonzales 45. Seven plays later, Ramirez powered in from five yards out to cap the drive. On the next possession, the elusive Ortega showed that he still had more to pull from his bag of his tricks. Facing third and nine, he rolled to his left, went back to his right and was in the end zone 64 yards later. Kelsey Ferrys extra point kick would be the last points of the game for Victoria East with 4:32 left to play in the first half. Gonzales would run out most of the clock by using a 10-play, 64-yard drive that culminated in Philippus touchdown run. The second half was all Apaches, all the time. Ramirez ended their first possession with a two-yard plunge and later in the quarter, Tellez broke off a strong run for a 15-yard score.

On the Titans next possession, Airhart put a bonejarring hit on Ortega, who lost the ball and it was recovered by J.T. Miller at the Gonzales 43. Aaron Hunt gained nine yards on first down and then did something special on the next carry. He managed to squirt through a small crease and blazed his way into the end zone as the entire Apache sideline erupted in amazement. Contreras converted his sixth extra point kick in as many tries to end the games scoring with 1:58 left in the third quarter. The only sour note of the night for Gonzales came when Filla failed to rise to his feet after a play early in the fourth quarter. The senior standout had to be helped to his feet and taken off the field via golf cart. No immediate word was given regarding the nature of his injury.

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Junior White blanks Yorktown in opener


The Gonzales Junior White traveled to Yorktown to take on the Wildcats in the season opener for both teams. The Apaches jumped out early and never looked back en route to a 28-0 win. Gonzales scored on each of their first four possessions, triggering the mercy rule in the first half. The Apaches first drive featured a 35-yard run by Breck Eleby and was capped by a 30-yard scoring run from Cade Davis. The two-point pass attempt failed. On their next possession, Jaydyn Lookabill got loose for a big run and the drive ended with a 35-yard dash by Davis, who caught the two-point conversion pass from Lookabill to make the score 14-0 at the end of the first quarter. The Apache defense continued to stuff Yorktown led up front by Camron Cook, who had two sacks, and in the secondary by Davis, who had two interceptions. Eleby garnered more points when he ripped off a zig-zagging touchdown of 40 yards. Lookabill and Davis hooked up again for the two-point conversion. The scoring was capped when Lookabill and Davis ended the next drive with a five-yard touchdown pass. While recognizing the big day from his skill players, Apache head coach Jay Pyssen also gave credit to the job done by his starting offensive line which includes Colby Richter, Lantz Pyssen, Donovan Iglehart, Lane Mills, Gage Cardenas, Kevin Crockett and Kamren Cavit. The kids as a team did a great job, he said. Theyve been pounding on each other for weeks now and they really enjoyed getting a chance to play their first game. It was good for them to get a win under their belt. In the other Junior Division game, Yoakum beat Gonzales Black, 6-0, in double overtime at the Yoakum Rodeo Arena. In Senior Division action, Gonzales Black blanked Goliad, 18-0, and Victoria Warrior Black downed Cuero, 20-12. In the Sophomore Division openers, Gonzales Black shut out Cuero, 13-0; Gonzales White fell to Goliad, 12-6; and Hallettsville rolled over Calhoun White, 35-0. Gonzales Freshman White cruised to a 25-0 win over Yorktown; Yoakum

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Marques Washington and Dylan Rodriguez find a cool spot while anxiously waiting to face Goliad. The Senior Apache Black won the game 18-0. (Courtesy photo) Cade Davis runs past the Yorktown defense during this touchdown last Saturday. (Photo by Cedric Iglehart) Blue turned back Gonzales Black, 27-0; Goliad took care of Hallettsville, 34-6; and Cuero lost to Yoakum Silver, 7-6.

Chrisean White looks for a seam in Gonzales Sophomore Blacks game against Cuero on Saturday. (Photo by Mark Lube)

Mason Navejar (34) makes a defensive play Saturday morning at the Gonzales High School practice field during Gonzales Sophomore Black 13-0 win over Cuero. (Photo by Mark Lube)

Wednesday Night Scramble Winners

The team (above) of Tom Sudderth, Rutt, Glenna Kessler, David Hernandez and Bill Kessler came in first place at the Wednesday Night Scramble held August 28 at Independence Park Golf Course in Gonzales. The members of the second place team (below) were Jay Windham, Mark Turney, Dustin Ford and Ron Pekar. Not pictured are Jeremy and Jonathon Parsons. (Courtesy photos)

Gonzales runners excel in early season XC meets

Avram Almaguer (46) and Alejandro Reyna (all white) combine to make this stop on a Yorktown ball carrier. (Photo by Cedric Iglehart)

ROUNDUP: Sacred Heart, Cuero edged out in openers


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with a seven-yard pass from Ray Salazar to Kameron Smith. Kowalik completed 11of-15 for 232 yards and two touchdowns with Herrington hauling five catches for 104 yards. Brent Motal led Hallettsville on the ground with 93 yards on 11 carries.

HALLETTSVILLE The Sacred Heart Indians and Yorktown fought to a 22-22 tie until the fourth quarter when Yorktowns Steven Perez scored on a one-yard run right at the end of the game for the difference. Sacred Hearts Jonathan Vanek returned the opening kickoff 79 yards for a touchdown and Yorktown later came back with a Logan Roman three-yard run

Yorktown 28, Sacred Heart 22

and Perezs two-point run for an 8-6 lead. The Indians retook the lead before the end of the frame as Dylan Jahn scored from 27 yards out and Trent Janak hauled in two-point pass from Scott Stoner. Next score for Yorktown was a Jonathan Weischwell five-yard run with Roman getting the two-point conversion. Sacred Heart went ahead 22-16 on the two-yard plunge from Kyle Pettus and Jahn caught a twopoint pass from Stoner. The Wildcats knotted the game before halftime on the 42-yard run by Caleb Schendel, but the twopoint conversion failed.

WHARTON Down 23-9 to start the fourth quarter, the Cuero Gobblers scored two touchdowns but missed an extra

Wharton 23, Cuero 22

point, allowing Wharton to escape with a 23-22 win. The Gobblers got a 14yard run from DAnthony Hopkins, who finished as the games leading rusher with 142 yards on 20 carries. Tristan Barefield caught a four-yard touchdown pass but the gametying extra point was no good. The Tigers opened the scoring in the first box with a 27-yard field goal and got two touchdowns directly from turnovers. Taylor Skinner returned an interception 42 yards for a touchdown and Wharton later recovered a fumble in the end zone. Cuero later got a safety in the first quarter. The Gobblers cut Whartons lead to 16-9 in the second frame on the 13-yard run by Zach Hopkins. The Tigers went ahead by two scores in the third quarter with a 15-yard run by Toney Rogers.

Gonzales cross country runners (from left) Max Moreno, Valeria Aguayo, and Ashton Williams show off the medals they earned at the Lockhart Meet last weekend. (Courtesy photo) From coaches reports cause she has put in a ton of Doyle said. It was a relaywork this summer and de- style meet and I mixed up The Gonzales cross served to run well, Doyle our kids randomly. I becountry teams ran in the said. lieve early in the year our Lockhart meet on Saturday. For the boys, Ashton kids need to learn to run This was our first cross Williams came in at No. 11 with different teammates country meet outside of and Max Moreno was at and it has always paid off the relay meet we hosted, No. 14. late in the season. Gonzales head coach Cully Gonzales is back in acBoth the Gonzales girls Doyle said. This meet was tion on Sept. 13 when they and boys team will not have important so the runners travel to Pflugerville. a full squad of runners uncould find out where they The Gonzales girls and til about the third or fourth are and we could determine boys cross country teams meet of the season. where we need to go by started off the 2013 season We are still getting in Oct. 23 when our district with the Gonzales Relays shape for some runners meet is. held in Independence Park andgetting in better racing Valeria Aguayo had a top on Aug. 24. shape for the ones that have 20 finish, placing No. 17. I was impressed with the been out most all summer, I was proud of her be- meet and how the kidsran, Doyle said.

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Found: Female Chihuahua puppy on St. Peter St., Gonzales. Contact Kim, 672-3763.

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lene or Linda. -------------------------Extra wide wheel chair like new. Size 10 W Genuine leather diabetic shoes, black with velcro closure. Like new therapeutic support knee hi hose for diabetics, size 3x. lge. cals. Mysectomy bra fits right or left prothesis size 36D. 830-

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857-6705. -------------------------Electrolux Carpet Shampooer and 1 gallon Shampoo. $125.00. 830-8576705. -------------------------55 Gallon metal or Plastic Drums. Volume Discounts. $5.00 each. 830857-4321. -------------------------5-13 inch tires for

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a race car. They are good for a dwarf car. Good tread, like brand new. $50 total. Call Brittany at 830-203-0762. -------------------------For Sale: Custom made picnic tables; made with treated lumber, with bolts and screws - will make the conventional table with seats attached

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deck, 48 high, needs new liner. Buyer disassembles, no delivery available. $1,400. Call 830-672-1106. -------------------------7 bags of shredded paper & various boxes. Great for packing. Call 830519-4176 (Gonzales).
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NOTICES
Horsemanship Clinics. September 12, October 5, November 2-3, November 16-17. Held in Gonzales. For information go to www. knptraining.com. 361-648-1055. (1114-13) -------------------------FREE GED classes, day (M T W and Th, 8 30 to noon) and night (M and W 6 30 to 9), Gonzales Learning Center, 1135 St. Paul, 6728291. -------------------------Job Corps is currently enrolling students aged 16-24 in over 20 vocational trades at no-cost! Will help students get drivers license GED or High School diploma and college training if qualified. For more info call 512-6657327.

GARAGE SALES
The Gonzales V.F.W. Post 4817 Auxiliary will have a Multi-Family Rummage & Bake Sale on Saturday, Sept. 7 from 7 a.m. to sold out. Come stuff a bag for a $1 or a big bag for $5. Dont forget a get to purchase a delicious cake, pie, cookies, brownies, etc.

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Gonzales County Commissioners Court Amended Proposed Salary Increases for Elected Officials For Fiscal Year 2013-2014
Pursuant to the Texas Local Government Code, Section 152.013, notice is hereby given that the Gonzales County Commissioners Court will meet at the Courthouse on Monday, the 16th of September, at 9:00 a.m.
The Commissioners Court shall consider a proposal to raise the annual salaries of the Gonzales County elected officials, to become effective on October 1, 2013, as follows:

FY 12-13 Elected Official


County Treasurer RLF/ORCA Grant

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PTO Irrigation Pump - New $3,500, will sell for $1,500. 2000 Honda Rancher - Needs battery & seat cover. Estimated 400 hrs on it. No less than $1,200. 14 Aluminum Lowe Boat, been in water 2x, galvanized trailer, 25 hp Johnson motor, 15 hrs. on it. $2,000 firm. Call 830-263-4126. -------------------------Good used 2 - 17 tires. 2 - 16 1/2 wheels with tires. Truck tubeless - fit Ford, Dodge or Chevrolet -8 hole. Two bolt on bumper hitches with balls. One steel plate with ball for gooseneck hookup. Parking space for travel trailer. Electric & water. Call 672-2335 or 478607-1178. -------------------------16 Rim, 8 holes, 2 new 14 tires, 4 used 15 tires, 2 used 14 tire & rim, 1 used 15 tire and rim. Oak Dining Table. 361-594-4307. -------------------------MUST BE MOVED 24X64 classroom, CA/H, cost new $68,800, will sell & deliver for $16,800 in Pandora, Tx on US 87. also, North of Karnes City on FM 887, 4 BR home, very nice. New cost $75,000, will sell & deliver for $17,800. See our website www.homes tobemoved.com or call 361-533-0846. We buy old homes to be moved. -------------------------1 pool table, slate top, 8 ft., $100. 1 16 Grain Orga, brand new, $179. Gas Edger, $15. 2 office desk chairs, $20/both. 1 mint condition sewing

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Notice Of Constable Sale


John Moreno Constable Pct. 4
Under the authority and by virtue of an Execution dated and issued pursuant to the judgment of the Justice Court Pct. 4 Gonzales County, Texas by the clerk of said courts as shown in the following schedule of cases, and to me directed and delivered as Constable in Gonzales County, I have on the date indicated below seized and levied upon, and will on the first Tuesday in October, the same being October 1, 2013, at Gonzales County Court House Southeast Steps, Gonzales County, Texas, between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., proceed to sell for cash to the highest bidder all of the right, title and interest of the defendant(s) in the real property as described below in order to satisfy said judgment, interest, penalties and costs. being a 45.312 acre tract of land, more or less, out of the EZEKIEL W. CULLEN LEAGUE, abstract No. 148, Gonzales County, Texas as described by metes and bounds in exhibit A attached hereto and made a part of hereof LESS AND EXCEPT that certain 4.13 acres described in exhibit b attached, Volume 1103, page 67 and 68. Any properties sold shall be subject to the right of redemption of the defendants or any person having an interest therein, to redeem the property or their interest therein if allowed, within the time and in the manner provided by law. ALL SALES SHALL BE BY Constables DEED AND ARE WITHOUT WARRANTY AS TO TITLE OR CONDITION, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AS EVIDENCED BY Constables DEED. Cause Number: District Court Judment Date SC04-0027 Justice Court Pct. 4 09/21/2004 Style of Case LEGAL DESCRIPTION ORDER OTHER ISSUE/ REFERENCE LEVY D NUMBER DATE

HELP WANTED
Now Hiring. Qualified CDL drivers. Calll 830-875-5011 for information. Luling Oil & Gas, LLC. Oilfield Services, 1237 Hoover Ln., Luling, Texas 78648. -------------------------Part-time Director of Music Ministries Needed - First United Methodist Church in Gonzales, TX. Competitive and generous salary. Primary responsibility is overseeing music for two Sunday morning services as well as developing and promoting the overall music ministry for the church. Inquiries may contact Rev. Andy Smith at (830) 6728521 or revasmith@ gvec.net.(9-26-13) -------------------------CNH Paving is seeking professional & reliable class A CDL Drivers. Hauling belly dumps and home every night. Located in the Waelder area. For more info, call: 830540-3377. -------------------------Mechanic Needed. Must have own tools, experience necessary with car diagnostic vehicles. Come by West Motors, 1701 Sarah DeWitt Dr. for application & bring resume. -------------------------CDL DRIVERS WANTED J.M. Oilfield Service, a family oriented company is seeking professional & reliable Class A

Edwin Parker

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45.312 acre tract of land, more or less, out of the EZELIEL W. CULLEN LEAGUE, ABSTRACT NO. 148, Gonzales County Texas as described by metes 7/29/2013 and bounds in exhibit a attached hereto and made part of hereof LESS AND 8/19/2013 EXCEPT THAT CERTAIN 4.13 ACRES OF DESCRIBED IN EXHIBIT B vol 1103 page 067-068

More Information, Contact: Grace G. Kunde, Phone: 830-379-1487

The Minimum Bid Is All Costs Of Suit And Sale. Published In The SALE TO BE HELD 1 day of October, 2013 Between the hours of 10:00 AM and 4:00 PM Gonzales County Courthouse Southeast Steps

Terms: Cash, Cashiers Check, Money order Additional Terms: ADJUDGED MARKET VALUE $207,930

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sale: 4 short, 2 long. Purple, yellow, gold, blue green. Also jackets, mens jackets, overcoat, etc. Call 672-8034. -------------------------For sale: Singer Sewing Machine with pedal, table w/6 chairs, almost new, hand crocheted table cloth, large, white, antique 3 pc. Loveseat and other yarn crocheted items. Call 672-8034. -------------------------For Sale: Concrete parking curbs 6 long 6 tall plain or painted, 16 + 20 long concrete cattle guard bases. Call Vic for pricing, 6726383 or 857-3827. -------------------------Unicorn Collection for Sale. Call Frances between 9pm10am, 830-8576476. -------------------------1800S Double Barrell Shotgun, Remington $1,500. Call

MISC. FOR SALE


512-917-4078. -------------------------Antique Straight Razor display case, 18x24 (Memorabilia). $695. Call 512917-4078. -------------------------Troybilt Trimmer with attachments (edger, tiller). 4 cycle, uses straight gasoline. $250. 361741-2604. -------------------------For Sale: ORGANIC EGGS. Free Range chickens. $2.00 dozen. Will deliver to Gonzales weekly. 830-540-3536. -------------------------Large shower chair. 19 color TV w/ stand, stand has rollers. 857-8090. -------------------------2 Lounge Chairs, 6 ft. tall headboard, bed frame, oak dining table, antique egg incubator, entertainment center, lamp stand w/ drawers, booth dining table, planter boxes. 361-5944307. -------------------------Large amount quality items. Everything $85.00; worth about $300. Health problems prevent garage sale. In Lockhart. Mel, 512376-9396. -------------------------Clavinova Yamaha Digital Piano w/ bench. Under Warranty. $2,700. Call 830-339-0111. -------------------------Used Dell Computer. Keyboard & Monitor. $250 cash. Call 512-917-4078. -------------------------FOR SALE Used cyclone fencing and post. 1990 Dodge pick up with lift gate. Can be seen at GHA 410 Village Dr. Gonzales, Texas. For information call Jeanette Conquestat 830-672-3419. -------------------------Unique BBQ Pit, Stagecoach. Includes Electric Rotisserie $275. Call 512-917-4078. -------------------------Stain Glass Window, white tail deer. $275. 512-9174078.

FIREWOOD
MESQUITE BBQ WOOD FOR SALE in Gonzales County. All sizes and shapes, ready to use. (830) 672-6265. -------------------------Firewood: Pickup load is $60.00. If you haul. Delivered is $85. Call: 830-5404430.

FURNITURE
mattresses. Good condition, washer/ dryer, never been used, Whirlpool, High table, ceramic, w/4 chairs. Loveseat, cloth, 3 tvs, 19, 25 and 32, color, white microwave cart with 2 drawers on bottom, recliner, cloth new conventional toaster, broiler, white day bed w/trundle bed, both mattresses, white childs desk, chair, leather with foot rest. 830-2038977, text or call. -------------------------3 latex mattress topper. Queen size. Like new, paid $300, asking $150. 512-921-2792. -------------------------Hospital electric bed, extra long mattress, excellent shape, all works. $125. Most come move it. Jimmy, 830-263-4126. -------------------------Dresser, $50. Couch, $75, good shape. 1725 Seydler St. #26. Betty, 830-8574125. -------------------------Large Oak desk w/ glass topper and large wooded desk. 830-672-3626. -------------------------New Sofa for Sale. $400. Call 830-8759422, Luling. -------------------------Couch, dresser, buffet. $50 each. Call 830-263-1181.

AUTOS
2001 Dodge Ram 2500 Cummings Diesel Quad Cab with 5th wheel hitch, automatic, air, cruise & electric windows & tow pkg. Runs good. Body good - no wrecks. $5,500 or best offer. 210-218-3796 or 830-540-3602. -------------------------2004 Infinity G35, 95,000 miles. Leather seats, sunroof, great condition, new tires. 512-7754399. -------------------------5-13 inch tires for a race car. They are good for a dwarf car. Good tread, like brand new. $50 total. Call Brittany at 830-203-0762. -------------------------2005 CTS Cadillac, 4-door, V-6. Brand new tires and chrome wheels. $8,800 firm. Call 830672-1106, leave message if no answer. -------------------------For sale: Merucry Grand Marquis. Metallic Jade Green Effect. 22 inch rims. C.D. Player. Runs great. $4,000. 830203-8841. Thomas. Serious calls only. -------------------------1990 Chevrolet Corvette ZR1. Special Performance Coop. The LT5 engine is a 32 valve engine with a 16 fuel injections and twin double over head cams. Call: 830540-4430. -------------------------Car and truck rims for sale. 15 and 14 rims. Can be used on trailers, trucks or older cars up to 1980. 4372232. -------------------------2006 Chevrolet Impala for sale. 4-door, V6 engine, a little over 17,000 miles. Silver. One owner. Asking $13,000. 830672-3147. -------------------------1988 Saab 900 Turbo Coup Convertible. Top work but rebuilt clutch. Good buy. $800. 830-857-5927. -------------------------For Sale: 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 - $7,500. 2nd owner pickup with low miles, cold A/C, spray-in bed liner, grill guard, towing package and more! Call Lauren at (361) 648-5049 for more info.

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

ORGANO OPERATOR NIGHT SHIFT


Southern Clay Products, Inc.
in Gonzales, TX
Check out this opportunity to join the best company in the region. We are an international company, an industry leader, a friendly place to work, and we have great benefits.

HAY FOR SALE


5x5 round bales for sale. First cutting, net wrapped, fertilized with poultry litter. Waelder area. 830-857-5446.

You need a high school diploma or GED and the ability to:
Learn operation of plant processing equipment Work 12-hour shifts, night shift Learn to drive a forklift Demonstrate communication skills, initiative and judgment in problem-solving Work safely, following rules and procedures Lift up to 55 lbs on a frequent basis

FARM EQUIPMENT
Single round bale trailer, hand crank. $200. 437-2046. -------------------------Round bale carrier for 3 pt. hitch. $150. Call 437-2046. -------------------------D4H Dozer. Serial Number S/N2AC591, 6 way blade. EROPS with AC. Forrestry package on cab, engine enclosures. Rear Winch. $40,000 Firm. 830540-4301. -------------------------2009 Kuhn Knight model 1130 manure spreader for sale. Used for only 3 cleanouts. Very good condition. $12,000. 857-5446. -------------------------For Sale: Farmall 504. $3,000. Work, 361-596-4911; Home, 361-5967494. -------------------------Want to Buy: Oliver 60 Tractor. V.A.C. Case Tractor. Run or Not. 361-293-1633. -------------------------5 Bale Hay King Trailer & Bale Flipper Loader. Load hay without getting out of truck. Video on baleflipper.com. $13,500. 512-5655927.

**Preference will be given to applicants who have:


1-2 years trade school education Supervisory potential 2 years of industrial or plant work experience Forklift experience All applicants must apply through their local Texas Workforce Solutions Office. Be sure to request an application for Southern Clay Products, Inc. Southern Clay Products, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

LEGAL NOTICES

PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE


CITY OF GONZALES ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENTS
The Zoning Board of Adjustments of the City of Gonzales, by this instrument, notifies the public of a PUBLIC HEARING on the following project that has been presented to the Board for their consideration: The property is currently zoned as (C-1) Light Commercial District of which the property owner is requesting a Specific Use Permit for the property listed below to be used as a Christian School, Grades Pre-K 4-12: APPLICANT NAME: Emmanuel Christian School ADDRESS: 1214 St. Louis Street PROPERTY OWNER: Gonzales K & K Homes Ltd. PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: 1,2,5,6 4 Lafayette PARCEL: 13440 The Zoning Board of Adjustments will hold a Public Hearing September 12, 2013 at the Gonzales City Hall, 820 St. Joseph St. at 5:30 p.m., to allow for public comment on this project. After consideration and voting by Zoning Board of Adjustments and the Public Hearing, the project will either be approved or denied. The Zoning Board of Adjustments encourages citizens to participate in the public comment and public hearing stages of all Zoning Board of Adjustments projects. Citizens unable to attend meetings may submit their views to Kristina Vega, City Secretary for the City of Gonzales, by mailing them to P.O. Drawer 547, Gonzales, TX 78629. For additional information, contact the City Secretary office at (830)-672-2815.

AUTOS
Suzuki Japanese mini truck. 35,450 miles, spray lined bed, lifted, 4x4. Needs some attention to fuel intake, but should be easy fix. Great for ranch or hunting. $2,000. 361-771-5483. -------------------------1982 Continental Lincoln Mark VI. Buckskin top, gold bottom, $2,995. Only serious buyers call Pat Kelly Logan, 830-672-2542. -------------------------For Sale: 5 16 steel jeep rims, one with brand new Goodyear Wrangler tire, P220R70/16. Will sell whole set for $100 . Or if you just want the tire off the rim, tire will be $25. Call 830-203-9408. -------------------------98 GMC 3/4 ton, 4x4, auto., pickup truck, with extended cab. 830-8574242. -------------------------2004 Nissan Altima, 3.5, 6 cyl, AC, Auto trans., power, cruise, gray metallic w/gray interior. One owner. $6,500. 830540-3382. ---------------------------------------

FURNITURE
For Sale. Antique beds. Come out of old Alcalde Hotel. Pretty good shape for age. Still looks good. $100 a piece. 512-292-0070. -------------------------Piano small upright. Excellent condition. $500. Shiner, 361594-2318. -------------------------Southwestern Kingsize bed w/complete boxsprings &

ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS CITY OF GONZALES GONZALES, TEXAS STREET REPAIRS TO ST. VINCENT, ST. PAUL, ST. ANDREW AND CHURCH STREETS Separate sealed bids addressed to the City of Gonzales (OWNER) clearly labeled STREET REPAIRS TO ST. VINCENT, ST. PAUL, ST. ANDREW AND CHURCH STREETS, ATTN: CITY SECRETARY will be received at Gonzales City Hall, 820 St. Joseph Street, Gonzales, Texas 78629, until 2:00 oclock p.m. on Thursday, September 19, 2013, and then publicly opened and read aloud immediately. This project includes the installation of approximately 43,400 square yards of single course surface treatment over reclaimed street repair areas, and 93,000 square yards of single course surface treatment for entire widths and lengths of streets. Alternate bids for 93,000 square yards of 1-1/2 inch HMAC overlay are also being considered. The project will most likely be completed in four different phases, one phase per street, over a twelve month period. The Contract Documents, consisting of Advertisement for Bids, Information for Bidders, Bid Proposal, Bid Bond, Agreement, Performance and Payment Bonds, General Conditions, Special Conditions, Notice of Award, Notice to Proceed, Technical Specifications and Plans, together with any Addenda are available at Doucet & Associates, Inc., 427 St. George Street, Suite 200, Gonzales, Texas 78629, (830) 672-1205. Plans, Specifications, and Contract Documents may be examined and purchased for a non-refundable fee of $40.00 at this location. Each bid shall be accompanied by a cashiers check or certified check upon a national or state bank in an amount not less than five percent (5%) of the total actual bid price payable without recourse to the City of Gonzales, or a bid bond in the same amount from a reliable surety company as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract and execute required performance and payment bonds. The contract shall be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder; however, the right is reserved, as the interests of the OWNER may require, to reject any and all bids, and to waive any informality or minor defects in bids received. Bids may be held by the OWNER for a period not to exceed thirty (30) days from the date of the opening for Bids for the purpose of reviewing the Bids and investigating the qualifications of Bidders, prior to awarding of the Contract. There will not be a pre-bid conference. Contractors shall make their own individual site inspections and/or investigations to make themselves aware of existing conditions/issues. Failure to make adequate observations, investigations and/or ask questions prior to bidding shall not be grounds for requesting additional work or services. Questions shall be forwarded to J. Keith Schauer, P.E., 427 St. George Street, Suite 200, Gonzales, Texas 78629, (830) 672-1205, by 5:00 oclock p.m., Monday, September 16th.

Call 672-7100 to place your free ad.


HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

Duzy Oliver is looking for employees who would like to work on the Coffee Roasting process. We need your help from Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. If you are interested, please contact: Duzy Oliver LLC, 361-9608308, duzy_oliver@hotmail.com or http://duzyoliver-coffeeroasted.com/

Duzy Oliver LLC

Help Wanted

MOBILE HOMES
Belmont RV Park. We have FEMA trailers for sale. From $2,500 & up or rent to own. Please call 830-4243600. -------------------------We Buy or Trade for Used Homes. Fayette Country Homes, Schulenburg, 800369-6888. Open Sundays 1-6. (RBI 32896). -------------------------Used, Repos, Tradeins - If it needed something replaced or painted we did it. Save Thusands. Visit our Web Site. Tierraverdehomes. com. Fayette Country Homes, 800-3696888. Open till 6pm - 7 days a week. Sunday 1-6. (RBI 32896). -------------------------New! 28x56 Loaded, Thermo windows, Total R-60 insulation. 3 bedroom, 2 bath. Delivered, set, A/C. If ordered by Nov. 30th, $49,900.00. Fayette Country Homes, 830369-6888. Open till 6pm - 7 days a week. Sunday 1-6. (RBI 32896)

HELP WANTED

Is seeking an experienced accounting person for the Position of: Assistant Treasurer/Accounts Payable Clerk
(Salary Range is from $14.57 to $16.57 per hour)
Assistant Treasurer/Accounts Payable person needed. This is a full-time position. Applicant must be able to handle a heavy workload, be able to work under pressure, handle deadlines, pay strict attention to detail, and have strong accounting skills. Applicant is required to be a very organized and detailed oriented person. Position requires strong bookkeeping skills including the ability to reconcile complex Vendor statements, Bank reconciliations and General Ledger. Must be bondable as according to Local Government Code Section 83.002. Essential skills: ten-key by touch, computer aptitude, general office skills, well organized, and phone etiquette.General office duties to include: answering phones, data entry, filing, copying, and other duties assigned. Applications may be obtained at the Gonzales County Treasurers Office, located at 414 N. St. Joseph, Suite 202, or the Human Resources Department located at 414 N. Saint Joseph, Suite 104, Gonzales between the hours of 8am and 4pm or on the web at www.co.gonzales.tx.us. Only completed applications will be considered. Applications received by September 23, 2013. A drug and alcohol screen test will be required. Gonzales County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age and handicap status in employment or the provision of services. EOE.

Gonzales County Treasurers Office

MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT


Roadrunner Mobile Home Park, 900 Old Shiner Rd., Yoakum. 3bedroom/1bath fully furnished mobile homes for rent. $775/month & $675 security deposit. 361-582-6593 or 361-798-0816.
Call 672-7100 for a subscription

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CLASSIFIEDS
HOMES FOR RENT
$1,200 Security Deposit. Contact Monica with RE/MAX Professional Realty, 830-401-4123. -------------------------Brand new large 2/3 upscale two story duplex for rent in Gonzales with loft, office and fireplace, includes all kitchen appliances, 1 car attached garage. No smoking, No Pets. $35 application fee, $1,400 per month, $1,400 Security Deposit. Contact Monica with RE/MAX Professional Realty, 830-401-4123. -------------------------Cottages for Lease. Fully furnished cottages for rent in Gonzales, TX. Includes all furniture, flat screen TV, linens, kitchen items & appliances (full-size refrigerator, range, microwave, washer & dryer). Utilities paid. Weekly Housekeeping Included. Month-toMonth Lease. $500 Security Deposit. Application Required. 1 Bedroom, $1,300/month, 2 bedroom, $1,600/ month. Call 830351-1195. Shown by appointment. -------------------------House for Rent. 3BR/2 1/2 BA. 1536 Sq. Ft., w/2 master suites. Perfect for oilfield executive or families. In Marion. $1,100/per month. 830-914-4044. -------------------------2BR/1BA house. 765 Sq. Ft. Large deck on back. $875/mo. Marion, TX. 830914-4044. -------------------------1ST MONTH RENT FREE 3/2s from $595/ month. Several homes available. www.silentvalleyhomes.com. Lockhart, 512-376-5874. -------------------------Cabin for Rent. 1BR/1BA. Secluded, in country. $100/ nightly, Mon.-Fri. or $350/weekly. Weekend rates vary. No smokers. Call 830857-0986 or 830857-1418. -------------------------Completely remodeled inside and out. 2 & 3 bedroom homes. Fully furnished. Rent by night, week or month. Fantastic neighborhood. Cheaper by night than hotel room. 672-5169. -------------------------3BR/2BA large house. Fully furnished, beds, linens, washer/dryer, cable T.V., stove, refrigerator. CA/CH. Great for crew. Monthly or lease available. Home in town, plenty of parking. 512-820-5461. -------------------------Charming 1/1 home on 2 wooded acs, w/lrg. deck in country, 77 North, paved road. $775/ mo. No pets/smokers. 512-415-6483. -------------------------For Rent: 2BR/2BA/2CG home on 183 N. $1,250/ mo., plus deposit. Call 830-857-4458 for information. -------------------------Motel Suites. 2 bedrooms, full kitchen,

The Cannon

Thursday, September 5, 2013

MHS FOR RENT


For Sale or Lease. 3 BR Trailer House, 2 RV Spots. Leesville. 830-433-0603.

HOMES FOR RENT


porch/small yard. $68 nightly, $310 weekly. Crews welcome. Call JR, 512292-0070, 512-6560521. -------------------------House for Rent. 302 Lancaster, Moulton, TX. Nice spacious 1BR home w/appliances & a large yard. Call for info. 832-633-3950. -------------------------Single Suite. Perfect for Supervisor for Oil Company. Full kitchen, washer/ dryer, TV/Full cable, wireless internet. No smoking inside. No Pets. Fully furnished and all bills paid. Private Yard/ Garage. Weekly, $280; Deposit $300. Call 512-292-0070 -------------------------Home For Rent. Country Home. completely remodeled. 2BR/1BA, CA, hardwood floors, roof for AG Project. Navarro ISD between Seguin & New Braunfels. $1,000 month, $1,000 deposit. 830-660-7351 or 830-822-5348. -------------------------ATTENTION OIL AND GAS PIPE LINERS - CREW HOUSING AVAILABLE Furnished with all bills paid -- Full Kitchen - Personal bedrooms and living room. WEEKLY RATES AVAILABLE. Please call JR at (512) 292-0070 or (830) 672-3089. -------------------------MOTEL ROOMS AVAILABLE NIGHTLY RATES Single nightly rates starting at $35.00 per night. Which include A/C, Microwave, Refrigerator, TV/Cable and furnished with all bills paid. Please call JR at (512) 292-0070 or (830) 672-3089. -------------------------3/2, like new 1,800 sq. ft. in Nixon. $1,000/mo. Call 830-857-6921.

COMM. FOR RENT


(next to McCoys). 830-672-3763. -------------------------Office Space for rent. 1500 sq. ft., with one acre for truck parking, located at 314 West Cone Street, Gonzales, Texas. If interested please call (830) 672-4433. -------------------------For Rent: Office space or store front, 960 sq. ft., 1/2 block off square. Kitchenette, 1 ba, newly refurbished. For more information, call 830-672-6265. -------------------------For Rent: Industrial Property for rent. M1 Ind. Storage Yard, 70x130. Church Street. 830423-2103. -------------------------For sale or lease. 10,000 sq. ft. Bldg. with multi-level loading docks Prime location - with offices and separate garage. Call 830-857-5448. -------------------------For Lease: Small office space w/workshop located at 339 St. George. Recently Renovated, $400/ month. For more information please (830) 672-5580.

HOME SERVICES
me to. Can stay Friday night, Saturday night but must be home by Sunday at 3:00. Call 830-5193044. -------------------------Sitting at night taking care of elderly in their home. References, transportation. Call 361-2128731. -------------------------Need personal service? Will clean oilfield campers, homes and apartments. Also offer laundry work, ironing and running your personal errands. If you need a pair of jeans or shirt ironed for the night out or last minute event and didnt make it to the cleaners in time, give me a call (830) 203-0716. References. Available. -------------------------House cleaning services available. Reasonable rates. Servicing Gonzales and surrounding areas. References available. Call Barbara at 979-7778710 or email barbarajp30@hotmail. com. -------------------------In Home Appliance Repair. Washer, Dryers, all major appliances, 30 years experience. Haul Scrap Metal & appliances. Call Larry at 361-596-4391. -------------------------Hand for Hire, Odd Jobs Done, FREE estimates. Anything you dont want to do, Junk hauling, Tree Removal, Lot clearing, House pressure washing, office help, ranch, farm, lawn & Flower beds, Barbed wire fence repair, gutter cleaning, I do windows. One call does it all. Call Terry (830) 203-1503 or (830) 857-5927. -------------------------I am looking for a private setting job around Gonzales, Cost or on 1116 (Pilgrim Road). I have 20 years experience. Please call Emily, 830-4372727; Cell, 820-2632768. -------------------------Will do house cleaning Monday thru Friday. Call 830203-0735. -------------------------Sewing & Alterations. Jo West. 830-203-5160. Call between 9 a.m. & 9 p.m.

CHILD CARE
more information, 263-2789. -------------------------Will do child care in my home. Includes meals. Any age (Infants onup). Have one opening available in August. Call 830-519-3044. -------------------------I am looking for a sitter for my 6 year old daughter for before and after school a few days a week. Preferably someone who can come to my home. References and experience required. Contact me at 830203-9159. -------------------------Child care in home. I have 2 openings, Curriculum and meals included. Please call for details. 830-263-0058.

RVS FOR RENT


in Smiley. All utilities included, good healthy environment. 830-2039255 or 361-7906305. -------------------------30 Travel Trailer w/2 slides for rent in RV Ranch in Gonzales. Swimming pool, laundry facilities, shower house and all bills paid. $300 a week. 830-3056926. -------------------------28 Travel Trailer for rent. Can be moved from job site. Call 830-305-6926.

RVS FOR RENT


Office or Living Trailers for lease or buy. Peyton, 512948-5306; David, 713-252-1130. -------------------------RV Rentals available at Belmont RV Park Estates. Call Richard, 830-556-6095.

ROOMS FOR RENT


Attn: Oil Field Workers. Wymans Rooming House has 4 large furnished bedrooms for rent. Fully equipped kitchen, covered patio w/BBQ pits & much more. $375/ wk. 713-501-3416. -------------------------Room for rent for working person. 1BR/1BA. Quiet neighborhood. Call 203-7146 after 4 p.m.

RV SITES RENT
Six RV Hookups for long term lease at Harwood. Intersection of Hwy. 90 and TX 304. Contact: 281-788-7500.
Thanks for Your Support!

HELP WANTED

HELP WANTED

HOMES FOR RENT


2BR/1BA country home. Fully furnished, nonsmoker. Hwy. 97W. $1,200/mo., $800/ dep. 361-772-7655, after 6 p.m. -------------------------1 Bedroom, 1 Bath Duplex. Separate porch and yard, sprinkler system. AC/Heat, insulated, ceiling fan, appliances, tub/shower, utility room. No Pets. $500 + deposit & references. In Gonzales, Tx. 830672-2227. -------------------------Home for lease. 3/2 in Gonzales. Quiet neighborhood, near schools and new Walmart. Fenced, lg. shaded back yard, lots of extras. 1 car garage with storage area & laundry room. Must pass credit check. $795/mo., $900/Deposit. No pets. Non smoking. Available Sept. 1. For information and application, call 713-8259532. -------------------------3 bedroom, 2 bath house in Gonzales for rent. Washer, Dryer, Fridge, Microwave, Stove and can be fully furnished. Remodeled last year with new hardwood floors, Central Air, bathroom tile, 2 car carport. $1,000/mo., $600/deposit. 830542-9743. -------------------------2BR, 2 bath - Close to High School, Banks, Hospital. Call (830) 672-5738. -------------------------HOUSE FOR RENT: Must see!!! Charming 2BD/1BA remodeled house located in country setting at 7102 FM 2091 North (Gonzales, Texas); Approx. 10 miles from Gonzales. Spacious yard, shade trees, stove/microwave, glass-tiled backsplash, new laminate wood floors. Call (830) 672-3771 or (512) 938-9131. -------------------------ATTENTION OILFIELDERS 4/3, 2 Living areas around Waelder Area. $800/deposit, $1,300/month. Big yard, front & back. 830-399-5313.(0530-13) -------------------------Brand new large 2/2 upscale duplex for rent in Gonzales, includes all kitchen appliances, 1 car attached garage. No smoking, No pets. $35 application fee, $1,200 per month,

Apply today - Start today!!! Production/Poultry Processing:


Back Dock Hanger 2nd Processing Sanitation (Nights) Truck Mechanic Maintenance Mon.-Fri., 8-10 hr. days

RVS FOR SALE


2006 Keystone Outback 30ft Sidney Addition. $14,500. 1 large slideout, nice, clean interior, king bed. 210-279-7267. -------------------------1999 Mountain Aire Motorhome - Ford V10 gasoline engine - Onan generator - 2 slide outs - 2 A/Cs - all appliances in working condition - driver side door - sleeps 4-6 - no smoking or pets - VERY CLEAN interior - Call 210884-7085 - Asking $22,000.

Competitive Pay...$9.50-$12.00/hr.
(with weekly perfect attendance)

Must have proof of identity and eligibility to work in the U.S.

Human Resources

603 W. Central, Hwy. 87, Nixon, Texas 830-582-1619 for more information. ~ Se Habla Espanol

FOR LEASE
5.5 Acres for Lease/ Sale. Cleared, water well, 3-200 amp loops, and 100 yds off Hwy. 80 w/good county road frontage. In Leesville between Belmont & Luling. Will subdivide. Would make a perfect oil field yard or residence. Call Peyton, 512-9485306; David, 713252-1130. -------------------------Land for lease for oil field service equipment. Prime location. 4 miles N. on 183. 2 1/2 acres. Electric, water, parking, storage. Call 203-0585 or 672-6922. (TFN)

Plant Openings Plant Palletizers & Cleanup Positions


Vacation, Sick Leave, Hosp. Ins., Dental, Vision, 401K, ESOP. Apply in person at: Cal-Maine foods, Inc., 1680 CR431 or 748 CR 422, Waelder, Texas 78959. Mon-Friday, 7-4 pm. Telephone number 830-540-4105/830-540-4684.

Benefits include:

RVS FOR RENT


RV Space and RV trailer for rent. All bills included with Dish Network. 830203-9255. -------------------------Travel Trailer. EVERYTHING furnished. TV. 183 N. $600/per month. Call 830-875-3028. -------------------------RV for Rent. $300/ wk. Call 512-6674356. -------------------------Travel Trailer for rent or sale. Rent is $300.00 per week with all bills paid. Will relocate to RV park of your choice and I pay the RV Rental. Or $1,000.00 per month with all bills paid. Will sell travel trailer for $55,000. Call 830351-0943 for details. -------------------------RV Space for rent. $300 month. All bills included. If interested please call 820-203-9255 -------------------------Fully furnished Travel Trailers for rent. Will rent weekly or monthly. Pets Allowed. $50.00 Deposit. $300 per week or $1,000 per month. Call Terry for details, 830-3510943. Will relocate to RV Park of your choice. All utilities paid. -------------------------Travel Trailer for rent for RV space

APTS. FOR RENT


One bedroom, one bath furnished apartment. $800 and two bedroom, two bath, $1,200. Short term ok. Gym, wahser/dryer, internet, all bills paid in Seguin. Call Keith, 512-757-0280. -------------------------60 hotel rooms for rent in Seguin. Laundry and meal plans available. Call Keith, 512-7570280. -------------------------3BR, 2BA 1670+Sq. Ft. Upstairs apartment on Residential Lot in nice area of Cuero, $1,185/ mo. includes all Util. with cable and WiFi, fully furnished - incl. linens. Hotelstyle kitchenette (no sink or stove), but full-size fridge, microwave & Keurig brewer. Hot plate ok, outdoor bbq w/ propane & charcoal grill onsite. No pets. $750 deposit, 3 mo. lease. (361) 4841922, leave message.

WANT TO RENT
Looking for a 2 or 3BR nice house in Nixon and Leesville area. Call 830-8571658. -------------------------Looking for a nice house in or near Gonzales. 940-2844255.

COMMERCIAL FOR SALE


Busy Restaurant with large customer base for sale in Smiley, Texas. Equipment included. Contact Nick or Doris, 830-587-6262, 210-373-6869 or 210-883-4271.

LAWN & GARDEN


Willing to mow lawns in morning or evening. Also will do weedeating. Not affiliated with any companys. 830263-0909. -------------------------Lawn mowing service, residential & commercial. Will also mow oilfield yards or large oil related businesses. Liability ins., free estimates and low cost. No job too large or too small. 830-2634181.(TFN)

* Inventory Control Team * Automotive Technician * Overnight Maintenance

NOW HIRING

COMMERCIAL FOR RENT


2 Beauty Salon Booths for rent. Serious inquiries only. For information call 830-445-9516. -------------------------10 foot by 10 foot office space. Nixon, TX. 830-857-6921. -------------------------Office Space for rent - $650.00 includes water and electricity. No long term contract. Contact Kim at Gonzales Storage Units

US Hwy. 90A E, Gonzales, TX 78629

HELP WANTED

830-672-7573

HOME SERVICES
Looking for sitting job for a sweet lady in her home. Includes cooking and will drive for her if she needs

CHILD CARE
Teenager looking to babysit part-time, infants & small children. Will take care of at your home or my home. Call for

QUALITY LAB SHIFT TECHNICIAN


SCP is an international company, an industry leader, and a great place to work. Your work will be fast-paced, your co-workers are friendly, the benefits are outstanding and a competitive salary is offered! If youre looking for an opportunity to put your Quality Control skills and expperience to work in the clay manufacturing industry, heres what SCP is looking for: High School Diploma (preferred) or GED Basic computer and math skills Ability to speak and read English Ability to climb ladders and stairs, and lift 50 lbs. frequently Ability to work independently with limited supervision Must be a quick learner, able to learn lab procedures Ideal applicant will demonstrate good communication skills with departmental personnel Must demonstrate good judgment in problem-solving and determining inconsistencies in product Ability to retrieve samples from plants for required testing Must test final product for conformance and report data information against quality standards Must have excellent safety record and be able to demonstrate commitment to safety. You will be an active participant in safety systems, programs, safety meetings, and hazard reporting Must be able to work 12-hour rotating shifts - both nights and days Work relief overtime for vacation and sick days - other shifts as needed
Southern Clay Products, Inc. is a Rockwood Holdings Company. Come visit us at http://www.scprod.com/ or http://www.rockwoodspecialties.com/index.htm Salary commensurate with experience and qualifications Email or fax your resume along with salary requirements to HR Dept. sgarcia@scprod.com; Fax: 830-672-1902 Southern Clay Products, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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RV SITES RENT
2 RV spaces in town. $295/mo., 1 Mobile home space for rent, $175/mo. Call Finch Park, 6722955. -------------------------RV Sites Available. Nixon, TX. Clean, quiet, fair prices. 830-857-6921.

LIVESTOCK
Fancy Feathers Bantams. Feather Duster Roos. Colors, pairs, $20. Will deliver to Gonzales. 512-272-5147. -------------------------For Sale: ORGANIC EGGS. Free Range chickens. $2.00 dozen. Will deliver to Gonzales weekly. 830-540-3536. -------------------------For Sale: 2 & 3 year old red & black Brangus Bulls. No Papers. Good selection. Call 830-4375772. -------------------------Black Limousin and Angus Heifers and Bulls, Gentle Increase your weaning weights. Established breeder since 1971. Delivery available 979 5616148 . -------------------------Muscovy ducks for sale. $10.00 each. 830-263-2482. (TFN) -------------------------For Sale: Registered Polled Hereford Bulls. 8-22 mths old. Heifers also, 8 months to 2 years. 830-540-4430. -------------------------WANT TO BUY: Any or Unwanted Horses. Call Leejay at 830-857-3866. -------------------------DISPERSAL SALE. Miniature donkeys (28 to 36), male and female, solid and tricolored, 6 mos. to 4 years. Four year olds may be registered with vet exam/affidavit. Excellent pets, loves people. Priced according to gender, age and color. 830672-6265 or 8574251. -------------------------Dwarf Nigerian goats (miniature), multicolored, male and female, 3 mos. to 2-3 years. 830-

LIVESTOCK
672-6265, 830-8574251.

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ances, remodeled, new master bath. 830-857-6488. -------------------------House for Sale/To Be Moved: 3BR/1Ba frame house, pier & beam foundation, central A/H. Buyer responsible for moving house from property, $6,000. 830-857-4172.

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Im looking for a 1959 GISD yearbook. Call Jimmy at 361-571-6888.

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House for Sale. Beautiful Historic home for sale. 713 St. John. Give me a call if interested. 713-425-9345. -------------------------Wonderful Spanish style house on 20.59 acres with 2 ponds, 7 horse stalls, 2 storage barns and other outbuildings. Can be viewed at www. littlefieldproperties. com id #79040. Call Tanya (broker) at 361-865-2563. -------------------------Individual would like to buy a 3/2, minimum of 2,000 sq. ft or more house in Gonzales area. Possibly in country. Someone interested in owner financing w/ substantial down payment. 830203-8492. -------------------------3 Bedroom, 2 bath brick home 3 miles from Gonzales on an acre. $129,000. Robin Baker, 830305-2959. Remax Professional Realty. -------------------------Home for sale by owner. 2BDR, can be made into a 3 BDR/1BA, corner lot, storage building. 1404 Cavett St., Gonzales, TX. Contact Jen at 830-4019763 after 6 p.m. $65,000.00. Needs minor repairs. Good starter home. -------------------------Older couple downsizing 15 acres (10 acres fenced), house, 3/1 1/2, Barn, ponds, trees. Wharton County. $137,000. 979-5333262. -------------------------4BR/2BA, 1900 Sq. ft. 210 Tanglewood Trail. New appli-

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Belmont RV Park. Belmont Texas Propane Services available. Call 830-4243600. -------------------------Affordable Welding Service. Call Stan, 830-857-6621. -------------------------Pampered Chef D e m o n s t r a t o r. Host a Show! Its Easy! Choose from a Cooking Show, Catalog Show, Facebook Show or if you need an item, here is my site, https:// w w w.pamperedchef.biz/zavadil. Dee Zavadil, 830857-1495. -------------------------Lucky Shots by Dee. Need Family Portraits, Family Reunions, Birthdays, School Pictures, Weddings, Etc. 830857-1495 -------------------------Plumbing Repairs. All Types of Plumbing. Master Plumber. Reasonable Rates. Please Call 713203-2814 or 281415-6108. License #M18337 -------------------------No Limit Accessories David Matias, Owner 830-263-1633 1026 St. Paul St., Gonzales Window Tinting, Commercial. Call for appointment.

18 AC - 5224 Sandy Fork Rd, Harwood - 3BD/2BA home perfect for the country getaway! 2 car detached garage, 30x40 run-in shed. Large tank, fully fenced. Mature trees. $244,500. cleared and wooded. 14 AC - 1491 Highsmith Rd, Luling - Partially 830-875-5866 3BD/2BA home with stained concrete and additional living/bonus room. Detached storage Residential building.
347 CR 388, Gonzales County - NEW LISTING - Great location of Hwy. 97 between Gonzales and Waelder! Located on 7 acres, this property features a 4BD/2BA home with large kitchen open to living and dining. Large workshop on slap features 2 rollup doors and restroom. Offered at $179,500. 4728 CR 283, Harwood - NEW LISTING - Custom 3BD/2BA home on approx. 22.9 wooded acres great for recreation and hunting! Split floorplan with spacious great room. Upgrades! Tile, Custom kitchen, Granite counters. Detached shed, partially fenced. REDUCED $315,000. 215 S Oak - Large, 3 BD/2.5 BA home located on half of a city block for 0.7 acre! Large den and formal dining areas feature 2 wood burning fireplaces. Upstairs features private entrance for income producing space if desired. Open lot to enjoy garden, pool, or build income producing structure. REDUCED $209,500. 960 S. Pecan - Modern, custom 4BD/3BA secluded home on 1 acre home on 1 acre backs to wet weather creek. Open floor plan, security and surround wired. REDUCED $336,500. $338,000. $340,000. FORECLOSURE - The Settlement at Patriot Ranch - 2BD/2BA Main Home on 3 AC - 473 Crockett Lane - views offered with this 2BD/2BA main home and detached efficiency guesthouse. 2 car carport. REDUCED $226,000. $239,000.
Settlement at Patriot Ranch - 3-27 acre site built home sites. Beautiful countryside and wildlife views. Electricity available. Paved roads, well/septic required. 79.5 AC CR 281, Harwood - Partially wooded and cleared land with partial fencing. Co-op water and electricity available. 1 tank and hand dug well. Country Road frontage on 2 sides. $360,000. RV Park - 10.5 AC - Great location just off IH-10, mature trees and nice tank. Site has been engineered for 54 unit RV Park. 43 AC - 2198 Sandy Branch Rd., Harwood - Secluded with partial high fence, large tank, rustic cabin. Beautiful views. REDUCED $266,600. 111 Acres, Creek Rd - Dripping Springs - Scenic property offers partially cleared and wooded land located on high bluff with Onion Creek frontage. Minerals convey. $1,900,000.

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For Sale or Trade: 27 Sailboat, Beam 8, fiberglass. 361561-3335. Ask for Jeff.

LAND
70 Acres - For Sale by owner. FM 443. Outside of Hochheim/Dryer area. 210-867-8851. -------------------------17+ acres of cleared land with good fence. Perfect for homesite. 830-8574242. -------------------------Lots for Lease. Conveniently located behind WHS (Waelder High School). For information call 512299-1627. -------------------------75 Acres Gillispie Co. 10 Min. N. of Fredericksburg. Hwy. Frontage, Hunting, Investment or Retirement. $7,500 acre. swk@gvec.net -------------------------Wanted to lease land for cattle grazing. Must have water and fences. Contact Mitchell Hardcastle, 830857-4544.

MOTORCYCLES
Gruene Harley-Davidson is currently buying pre-owned Harleys. Looking to sell youR Harley? Call Jon Camareno at 830-624-2473.

RECREATION
2006 Land Prides 4x4 Recreational Vehicle For Sale. Approx. 200 hours. Honda Motor. Independent Suspension. Windshield and Roof. 4x4. Asking - $4,950.00 in very good condition. Call 830-8574670.

Land

PETS
FREE: 1/2 Bassett, 1/2 Catahoula puppies. 8 weeks old, vet checked. 830857-4868. -------------------------Chihuahuas for sale. 1 male, 3 female. 830-491-1856 or 830-263-2094. -------------------------ANUE Pet Grooming. 7 days a week. Hand/Scissor Cut. Small, $20 & $30; Medium, $35 & $40; Medium/Large, $45. Ask for Susan. 361-258-1505.

HUNTING LEASES
5 experienced hunters looking for at least 800+ acres for hunting in Westhoff area. Bill Cain, 281-684-0165.

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vTHOMPSONVILLE 5641 Hwy. 90, 2 bedroom, 3 bath, interior recently painted, tile floors, includes washer/dryer, refrigerator on 2 accres......REDUCED..............................................................$114,900 vGONZALES 3/2, new construction, 707 St. Francis......GREATLY REDUCED..............................................................................$199,900 vGONZALES COUNTY - C.R. 418, 4 1/2 miles S.E. of Waelder, 25.1 acres, good hunting, open w/nice trees, electric, septic, water well needs repair, sandy SOLD loam, stock tank. Great for horses. Metal barn appx. 30x50, old mobile home (no assigned value.) No minerals........................................................$119,225 vN.E. GONZALES COUNTY- Best little hunting place in TX! Deer, hog, dove, some turkey. 46.892 wooded acres. Secluded, large ranches surround property. My 9 year old granddaughter shot her first buck last year, 8 pointer! No minerals or water rights convey. Owner/Agent..REDUCED....$5,500/acre. v25.936 acres, Henry Bymer 1/3 League, close to I10, electric nearby, CONTRACT PENDING sandy loam, fronts CR420................................................... $98,800 vTHOMPSONVILLE - 33 acres, 2 stock tanks, 1 water well, 4 bedrooms/2 1/2 baths, much more................$395,000 vFLATONIA- 2 lots (one corner) 100x125............$11,000 for both vGONZALES - 820 Oil Patch Lane, 2.25 acres (+/-), raw land with 3 sides metal equipment shed. Utilities are available at front of property, zoned heavy commercial....................................................................$125,000 vGONZALES For Lease: 10 to 20 acres, about 5 miles south of Gonzales, just off Hwy. 183.

HOMES

LIVESTOCK
Free Donkeys. 361772-7655 after 6 p.m. -------------------------2006 Blue Roan handcock mare. 14 hands. Stocky built. Has worked cows, arena roping. Pastured for 1 year. Needs to go to work. $1,200. 361771-5483. -------------------------For Sale: Black & Red Brangus Bulls. 2 & 3 yrs. old. Good selection. No papers. 830-437-5772. (9-19-13) -------------------------Rabbits for Sale. With cages, with feeders & waterers. all for $300. 361741-2604. -------------------------Brangus Bulls for Sale. 1-2 yr. old, 3-18 mos., 3-7 mos. Leesville. 281-3829820. -------------------------Angus Bull for sale. Registered JBarB. 3 1/2 yr.old herd bull. $2,975. 361-7986250. -------------------------Bulls for Sale. Black Angus and Black Limousin. Breeding ages. Gentle. Delivery available. 979263-5829. -------------------------Bull For Sale: * Black polled Hereford (White face). * 21 months old. * Very gentle, home grown. * Throws a predominance of black baldies when crossed with black hided cows. * This breed has a history of birthing small calves. * Heifer calves make great replacement stock. * Can be registered, if papers are important. * Price $2,500. Charles Nunes, 830-2030477. -------------------------FOR SALE: Beautiful Bay Mare ( brood mare) 14 yrs. Excellent bloodline (Three Bars & Leo). All offers considered. Pics available upon request: amazin_grace454@ yahoo.com. Ph: #. 830-560-0238. --------------------------

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3.7 ACS. 4BR, 3BA, 2LV.................. $150,000 New on Mkt, neat 3 bd. ..........$89,000 3BR, 1 Bath................ $65,000 306 McClure Rivercrest Super home, 4 bds......... 1618 St. Peter Home and extra lot.... $70,000 ............................................$165,000 473 Crocketthome Lane-Settlement - 3....... bd., Rivercrest 3,600 +sq. ft., beautiful property.................................. $258,000 ............................ $255,000.$197,000 1.66Water acs., St riverfront, nice M/H.......... 1602 .-commercial/rental.... $150,000 SALE PENDING ............................................ $115,000 2342 FM 108, 3 bd.,2 story home..... $145,000 Land 792 90-B - Lakefront.............................. $89,000 51 acs., royalties, private, utilities, .... 312 Cr. Rd. 471, Lakefront + ,3 bd., ........................................... $5,500/ac 1.5 acre lot............................................ $150,000 90 A East, 35 Land acs., + home.............. ............................................ $395,000 11.2 acs., Hwy 90. Gast RdCT .......$5,300/Ac. NTRA CO CT NTRA CO CR 228 - 15 acs., M/H, trees................ $87,500 Shirley Breitschopf 153 acs., FM 2091.........................$795,000 830-857-4142 homesite.................$4,990/Ac. 61 acs., perfect Lynnette Cooper 3.94 acs., Settlement....................... $65,000 lynnette@gonzalesproperties.com 10 acs., Settlement.........................$79,000 Carol Hardcastle 2-4 acs., Sarah DeWitt ............$25,000/Ac. 1 ac. Seydler830-857-3517 St...............................$25,000 8.7 You acs.,can cityreach limitsour ....................... .$120,000 staff by calling: 58 Phone: acs., trees, potential, edge of town ............. 830-672-2522 ...................................................$12,000/Ac.

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Lot - Live Oak..................................$8,000 401 St. George-approx. 3400 sq. ft................. .......................................................$170,000 Shirley Breitschopf 20.29 ACRES, Rocksprings. behind locked SAFE TUBS TexSCAN Week of gate. Electricity, gently rolling with live oaks, SAFE STEP WALK-IN TUB Alert for seniors, shirley@gonzalesproperties.com September 1, 2013 exotics. $2,937 down, $535/month, (9.9%, bathroom falls can be fatal. Approved by 20 years) or TX Vet nancing. 1-800-876DRIVERS Lynnette Cooper Arthritis Foundation. Therapeutic jets with 9720. www.hillcountryranches.com. ATTENTION DEDICATED and regional less than 4 inch step-in. Wide door, anti-slip lynnette@gonzalesproperties.com drivers. Averitt offers excellent benets and oors, American made, installation included. $106 MONTH BUYS land for RV, MH or cabin. Gated entry, $690 down, hometime. CDL-A required 1-888-362-8608. Call 1-888-960-2587 for $750 Off. Carol Hardcastle - 830-857-3517 ($6900/10.91%/7yr) 90-days same as cash, Recent grads with a CDL-A, paid training. TECHNICAL TRAINING Guaranteed nancing, 1-936-377-3235 Jymmy Davis - 512-921-8877 Apply online K. at AverittCareers.com, EOE
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AUSTIN Labor Day Texas Parks and Wildlife with a water recovery of a weekend proved to be very Department Game War- homicide victim. busy for Texas Game War- dens also filed 268 water Game Wardens also indens who filed a wide vari- safety cases, 36 penal code vestigated several hunting ety of hunting, water safety, cases, and made multiple accidents, boating accifishing, and penal code vio- arrests. dents, and drownings as lations. State-wide arrests in- well as searches and boater A total of 2,655 hunting- cluded boating while in- assists. related citations and warn- toxicated, driving while Im proud of the work ings were issued. Hunting intoxicated, possession of our Game Wardens are citations included hunting narcotics, and active war- doing to protect our natudoves over bait, possession rants. ral resources while also of over the limit of doves, A Game Warden as- providing public safety to hunting migratory birds signed to Bosque County the people of Texas, said with unplugged shotguns, who was patrolling Lake TPWD Law Enforcement hunting deer in closed sea- Whitney looking for water Division Director Col. Michael McCloud Jr., founder and tournament director of Big Bass Mania, was son, and no hunter educa- safety violations arrested a Craig Hunter. The number booked in to the Jasper County Jail on Tuesday, Sept. 3 by Texas Parks and Wildtion certificate. man with an active warrant of compliments and lack of life Game Wardens Ellis Powell and Brooks Yeates, following an investigation of Fishing violations in- for sexual abuse of a child. complaints given the numthe tournaments alleged fradulent activity. (Photo by Alison Hart) cluded several gill netting In Liberty County, Game ber of contacts made is a AUSTIN Texas Game a bass tournament on Lake Due to good police cases as well as commercial Wardens assisted the Lib- testament to their profesWardens have arrested Mi- Sam Rayburn in June 2012. work, collaboration and fishing violations. erty County Sheriff s Office sionalism. chael Shane McCloud of After an extensive, multi- teamwork this case is now Florida (formerly of Bryan- jurisdictional investigation ready to be put in the hands College Station) for theft in which numerous tour- of the court, said Lt. Col. related to a fishing tourna- nament participants and Danny Shaw, assistant comment. sponsors in several states mander of the Texas Parks Following his arrest, the were interviewed, a sealed and Wildlife Department 44-year-old McCloud was indictment naming Mc- Law Enforcement Division. booked into the Jasper Cloud was returned by a Texas Game Wardens inCounty Jail. No bond has Jasper County grand jury. tend to remain focused on been set. Ultimately, an arrest war- protecting our resources as The investigation that rant was issued for Mc- well as the citizens of Texas culminated in his arrest Cloud on the theft charge, a from those who wish to exbegan in June 2012 after state jail felony punishable ploit either. authorities received nu- by a $1,500 to $20,000 fine Fishing tournaments in merous complaints related and from 180 days to two Texas are a fabric of many to fishing tournament prize years in jail. communities and reserpayouts that allegedly did Florida Fish and Wildlife voirs and Game Wardens not occur. Texas Parks and Conservation Department will continue to play a role Wildlife Department Game law enforcement officers in ensuring they are conWardens and investigators assisted Texas Game War- ducted in a manner consiswith other law enforce- dens in locating McCloud. tent with the law. ment agencies spent more After being notified to the McClouds arrest marks Seeking new ways to combine their childrens love of digital devices with the than a year looking into indictment pending against the first time a fishing tour- health benefits and fun of being outdoors, many parents are turning to geothe practices and methods him, he turned himself in nament director has been caching, a hunt for hidden treasures, or caches, using the latest technology. McCloud used to promote to authorities. arrested in Texas. For more information on this craze, visit www.tpwd.com.

BASTROP Water clear; 8892 degrees. Black bass are fair on watermelon/white spinnerbaits, crankbaits, and RatLTraps. Crappie are good on minnows. Channel and blue catfish are good on shrimp, liver, and nightcrawlers. Yellow catfish are slow. CEDAR CREEK Water clear; 8387 degrees; 5.30 low. Black bass are fair on shakyheads around docks. Football jigs and deep diving crankbaits on deeper brush piles working later in the day. White bass are good on slabs. Hybrid striper are good on live shad and topwaters. Crappie are good on minnows. Catfish are good on trotlines and prepared bait. FAYETTE Water stained. Black bass are good on shad colored swim baits, Zara Spooks, and Carolina rigged soft plastics. Channel and blue catfish are fair on cut shad. COLETO CREEK Water clear; 2.43 low. Black bass are slow. White bass are fair on Lil Fishies and pet spoons. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish are slow. Yellow catfish are slow. CHOKE CANYON Water clear; 8387 degrees; 21.32 low. Black bass are good on dark crankbaits and large soft plastic lizards and worms. Crappie are slow. Drum are slow. Channel and blue catfish are good on liver and stinkbait. Yellow catfish are fair on trotlines baited with live perch. EAST MATAGORDA BAY Trout are fair for drifters on live shrimp over humps and scattered shell. Redfish are fair to good on the edge of the Intracoastal on crabs and mullet. WEST MATAGORDA BAY Trout and sand trout are fair on sand and grass humps on soft plastics, croakers and topwaters. Redfish are fair on live shrimp in Oyster Lake and Crab Lake. Flounder gigging has been fair to good.

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PORT OCONNOR Trout and redfish are fair on live bait over sand, grass and shell in San Antonio Bay. Redfish and tarpon are fair to good on shad and crabs at the jetty. ROCKPORT Trout are fair in the guts and channels on freelined shrimp. Redfish are good on mullet and shrimp the islands and on the edge of the Intracoastal. PORT ARANSAS Trout, redfish and sheepshead are fair to good at the jetty on shrimp and croakers. Trout are fair around Pelican Island on topwaters, piggies and croakers. CORPUS CHRISTI Trout are fair to good on the edge of the spoils on Gulps and live shrimp. Redfish are good in the potholes on shrimp and Gulps. Trout are good in the surf on croakers and topwaters. BAFFIN BAY Trout are fair on topwaters around rocks and grass near the Land Cut. Trout are fair to good on the King Ranch shoreline on croakers, topwaters and plum and glow plastics. PORT MANSFIELD Trout and redfish are fair on topwaters around sand and grass near spoil islands. Redfish are fair to good while drifting pot holes on DOA Shrimp and Gulps under a popping cork. SOUTH PADRE Trout are fair in South Bay and Mexiquita Flats on shrimp and plastics under rattling corks. Tarpon and a few kingfish have been showing at the jetty and pass. BUCHANAN Water stained; 8387 degrees; 29.86 low. Black bass are fair on green pumpkin topwaters, watermelon flukes, and RatLTraps along break lines of flats. Striped bass are good on plastic swim baits and drifting live bait near Lighthouse Point at first light. White bass are fair on Tiny Traps and 2 plastic swim baits. Crappie are fair on pink/white and chartreuse tube jigs and live minnows. Channel catfish are good on liver, minnows, and stinkbait. Yellow and blue catfish are good on goldfish and perch upriver. CANYON LAKE Water clear; 8185 degrees; 10.27 low. Black bass are good on watermelon topwaters, Whacky Sticks, and Texas rigged blue flake worms early, and on drop shot Devils Tongues along ledges. Striped bass are fair trolling Gizz 4 crankbaits and jigging Pirk Minnows at daylight. White bass are slow. Smallmouth bass are fair on smoke JDC grubs and pumpkin Curbs jigs with matching JDC craw trailers early. Crappie are slow. Channel catfish are slow. Yellow and blue catfish are good on live bait. GRANGER Water clear; 8589 degrees; 0.92 low. Black bass are fair on red shad soft plastic worms around standing timber. White bass are fair on slab spoons over main lake humps. Crappie are good on minnows in 412 feet. Blue catfish to 30 pounds are good on juglines baited with shad in 1020 feet. Yellow catfish are slow. LBJ Water stained; 8589 degrees; 0.41 low. Black bass are fair on green pumpkin jigs and perch colored crankbaits in 515 feet, and flipping watermelon tubes around docks and lay downs. Striped bass are fair on Lil Fishies at night. White bass are fair on Lil Fishies at night. Crappie are good on chartreuse tube jigs and live minnows over brush piles. Channel catfish are good on liver and dipbait. Yellow and blue catfish are good on trotlines baited with goldfish and perch. TRAVIS Water clear; 8690 degrees; 57.03 low. Black bass are fair on chrome chuggers and red shad worms in 2035 feet. Striped bass are slow. White bass are good on chrome chuggers and silver spoons in 1025 feet. Crappie are slow. Channel and blue catfish are good on shrimp and cut shad in 2535 feet. Yellow catfish are slow. WALTER E. LONG Water lightly stained. Black bass are fair on green pumpkin spinnerbaits and soft plastics. Hybrid striper are slow. White bass are fair on white Lil Fishies. Crappie are fair on minnows. Channel and blue catfish are good on minnows, shrimp, and liver. Yellow catfish are slow. CONROE Water lightly stained; 8488 degrees; 3.12 low. Black bass are good on watermelon/white Carolina rigged soft plastics and RatLTraps. Striped bass are slow. Crappie are fair on minnows. Catfish are good on stinkbait, liver, and nightcrawlers. FORK Water clear; 8488 degrees; 5.23 low. Black bass are fair on drop shots in 2035 of water near channel bends and brush piles. The shallow bite has been consistent throughout the day on Texas rigged LFT Flippers in black/blue. Channel swings in 26 have been best. Yellow bass and white bass are fair on minnows. Crappie are good on minnows near bridges. Catfish are good on trotlines. HOUSTON COUNTY Water stained; 8690 degrees; 1.35 low. Black bass to 5 pounds are good on yellow spinnerbaits early. Crappie are good on minnows around structure early. Bream are good on live worms under piers. Channel catfish are good on shrimp. Yellow catfish are slow. LAKE O THE PINES Water lightly stained; 8387 degrees; 2.85 low. Black bass are fair on Texas rigged creature baits. Some late evening topwater action noted. Crappie are fair on minnows and jigs. Catfish are good on trotlines and cut shad. LIVINGSTON Water stained; 8488 degrees; 0.98 low. Black bass are good on green pumpkin soft plastics and spinnerbaits. Striped bass are good but small on Rat

LTraps and Zara spooks. White bass are fair on troll tubes and pet spoons. Crappie are good on minnows. Blue catfish are good on shad. Yellow catfish are slow. ALAN HENRY Water lightly stained; 8792 degrees; 12.78 low. Black bass are fair to good on Zara Spooks early, later switching to Carolina rigs, drop shot rigs and Texas rigs. Crappie are fair to good on jigs and minnows over brush piles. Catfish are good on nightcrawlers and prepared bait. ARROWHEAD Water off color; 8689 degrees; 14.9 low. Black bass are good on topwaters early, later switching to weightless Senkos, Texas rigs and medium running crankbaits. Crappie are fair to good on minnows and jigs. White bass are good on slabs. Catfish are good on prepared bait. BROWNWOOD Water stained to murky; 8690 degrees; 8.49 low. Black bass to 5 pounds are good on crankbaits, Shaky Heads, chartreuse/white spinnerbaits, and on green pumpkin, redbug, or watermelon seed soft plastic worms around docks in 410 feet, and on flukes and buzzbaits in flooded grass. White bass are good on Lil Fishies off lighted docks at night in 515 feet. Crappie are excellent on minnows and white or shad Lil Fishies over baited brush piles in 815 feet. Channel catfish to 5 pounds are good on cheesebait and cut shad near the Hwy. 279 Bridge. Blue catfish to 5 pounds are good on prepared bait near the Hwy. 279 Bridge in 58 feet. Yellow catfish are slow. COLEMAN Water clear; 8286 degrees; 14.27 low. Black bass are fair on watermelon red spinnerbaits, crankbaits, and soft plastics. Hybrid striper are slow. Crappie are fair on minnows. Channel catfish are good on stinkbait, and liver.

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Gonzales takes third at Goliad Tournament


From coaches reports The Gonzales volleyball team placed third in the Silver Bracket of the Goliad Tournament last week. In pool play, Gonzales fell to the hosts 25-11 and 25-12. They rebounded with a 25-20, 25-19 sweep of Ingleside and concluded bracket play with a 25-23, 25-15 loss to Shiner. The Lady Apaches swept Runge 25-14, 25-12 to open Silver Bracket play. They were defeated by Palacios, 25-19 and 25-11 in their next game. Gonzales beat Aransas Pass 25-21 and 25-16 to capture third place. Madison Musick was named to the All-Tournament team. The Sacred Heart volleyball team fell to Victoria St. Joseph, 25-17, 25-8, 25-9 on Aug. 27. Jaycie Orsak had six digs, Rachel Saulnier had nine assists, Jami Shimek had five kills, and Madison Etzler had five kills. Sacred Heart lost the freshman game 25-13 and 25-14 and fell in the junior varsity match, 27-25 and 25-23. St. Joe has a lot of fire power and they are very solid all the way around the floor, Sacred Heart coach Wanda Orsak said. They have a great team and just outmuscled us on the net. On Thursday, the Indianettes fell to Faith Academy in five sets, 19-25, 25-19, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13. Emily Harper had 10 kills, Etzler had five blocks, Jaycie Orsak had 24 digs and Saulnier had 27 assists. We were very evenly matched teams and it was a great match, Orsak said. We had too many people make a few too many errors and we ended up losing by two points.We have got to cut down on our hitting and serving errors, while still hitting and serving aggressively. The Lady Bulldogs fell to Columbus in three sets, 25-14, 29-27, 25-21 on Friday. Latrice Brown had 11 kills, nine points and three blocks; Callie Witte had 15 assists and 10 digs; and Faith Hagan had two aces. Columbus won the junior varsity match, 25-10 and 25-18. The Lady Dogs defeated Beeville, 25-3, 25-13 and 25-8. Brown had eight kills and two blocks; Witte had 15 assists, seven aces, six digs and two blocks; while Reagen Renken had 24 points. In JV action, Industrial beat Yoakum 25-20, 25-16 and against Beeville, Yoakum won 25-13 and 25-12. The freshman Lady Dogs beat Beeville, 25-16 and 2511, and won 25-22 and 2518 against Industrial. The Hallettsville Lady Brahmas swept the Ganado Maidens, 25-7, 25-18 and 25-19 on Friday. Madison Schindler had 13 kills, Heather Henneke had 16 assists and two aces, Emma Wick had 10 digs, Lana Hickson had two aces, Kendall Delvige had two aces, and Kenzi Etlzer had two aces. Hallettsville fell in five to Burton on Tuesday, 1625, 20-25, 25-16, 25-9, 15-11. Schindler had nine kills, Henneke had 19 assists, Wick had four aces, Camille Grahmann had 29 digs, Sarah Busselman had two blocks and Hickson had two blocks. Shiner St. Paul defeated Flatonia, 25-18, 25-20,2125 and 25-21 on Aug. 27. For the Lady Bulldogs, Katie Steinhauser had four aces, Maecie Mikulenka had four aces, Fernanda Torres had 10 kills, Alanis Ribera had 25 assists, Savannah Flood had one block and Kylie Mica had 16 digs. The Lady Bulldogs faced Columbus in their first game in the Rice Tournament on Thursday, falling 25-14 and 25-11. Steinhauser had three aces, Ribera had two kills and three assists while Mica had 12 digs. Flatonia lost to Cuero in its next pool game, 25-10 and 25-12.Flood had three kills, Ribera had five assists, Mica had four digs, Mikulenka had four digs, and Steinhauser had two aces. Flatonia next defeated Victoria Faith Academy 26-24 and 25-16. Crystal Rodriguez had three aces, Kimberlyn Michalec had eight digs and one block, Flood had seven kills and Ribera had 19 assists. The Lady Bulldogs then picked up another win with a 2-1 victory over Smithville (14-25, 25-23, 25-24). Flood had four aces, Steinhauser had seven kills, Mica had 21 digs and Rachel Steinhauser had one block. On Saturday, Flatonia got a rematch with Columbus but fell 25-3 and 25-9. Flood had four kills and one ace, Ribera had three assists and three digs, Mica had three digs and Brooke Migl had three digs. The Lady Dogs finished the tournament with 25-21, 25-20 loss to Rice. Ribera had two aces, nine assists and five digs; Flood had two aces, two kills and one block; Katie Steinhauser had two kills; Torres had two kills and Michalec had five digs.

Volleyball Roundup

Brant Philippus finds some running room behind the blocking of D.J. Gonzales (left) and Jose Contreras (right). Philippus ran for a touchdown in his first ever varsity start. See story, B3 (Photo by Cedric Iglehart)

JV Apaches drop season opener


The Gonzales junior varsity football team lost to the Runge varsity, 21-6, last Thursday. Gonzales scored in the second quarter on a twoyard run by Tyler Hendershot. The play completed a drive that highlighted runs by Damien Vela, Hendershot, and Klayton Blackwell. The Gonzales JV defense forced two turnovers on the night, however the offense failed to score twice in the red zone which proved to be the difference in the game. The Apache defense was led by Dillon Catchings, Colby Cantu, Jeremiah Cantu, and Walter Hood. The Apaches travel to Bastrop today, kick off scheduled for 7 p.m. GJH volleyball starts season against La Grange The Gonzales Junior High volleyball teams opened their season against La Grange on Thursday. The 7th Grade A team

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fell in two, 25-21 and 25-8. The 7th Grade B team lost in two sets, 25-13 and 2515. 8th Grade A lost 2-0 to La Grange, 25-13 and 2518. The 8th Grade B lost to La Grange in three sets, 1925, 25-9, 15-5. Gonzales volleyball hosting alumni game on Sept. 13 The Gonzales Lady Apaches volleyball team will be holding an alumniversus-varsity game at 6 p.m. Sept. 13 at the GHS Special Events Center. All former Lady Apache players are invited to come and play. For more information, please contact coach Jenna Philips at 830672-6641 or at jenna.philips@gonzales.txed.net. Shiner Lions to host NFL Punt, Pass, Kick contest The Shiner Lions Club

will join forces this year with the National Football League as they host the first annual Punt, Pass and Kick competition in Comanche Stadium on Sept. 8, beginning at 4 p.m. The competition will be open to all boys and girls ages 6-15 and is based upon the childs age on Dec. 31 of the current year. Boys and girls will compete in separate divisions and there will be no charge to participate. Following punt, pass and kick guidelines set up by the NFL, competition will begin with local level competition. Winning participants at the local level will advance to the sectional round to be held in Needville in October. The sectional winners will advance to the state level, where those winners will be able to compete in Houston at Reliant Stadium during a Texans game in December. State level winners will advance to national competition to be held during a NFL playoff game in Janu-

ary. Registration begins at 3 p.m. at the stadium, located at 510 CR 348 in Shiner. For more information, call 361-594-3281. Flag football league forming in Yoakum An adult flag football league will be forming in Yoakum with games set to take place on Saturday afternoons starting in midSeptember. All players must be 18 years of age or older and/ or not currently competing in high school football. The league will be limited to the first eight teams to register with the winner of the league advancing to the TAAF Championships in December. Entry fee per team will be $375. Individuals who may not have a team can call to be placed on a team as well. To sign up or for more information, call 361-6552909.

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football and be very physical up front, Henke said. He said it will be interesting to see how players from both teams respond to losing their respective first games of the season. Sacred Hearts offense will likely ride the shoulders of tailback Jonathan Vanek and fullback Dylan Jahn as quarterback Scott Stoner will put up a couple of passes to keep Flatonias defense honest. Flatonias offense will need production from its main running threats including Marcus Mica, Aaron Manzano, Gus Venegas, Will Bruns and Mitchell Mica. Victoria West at Cuero The Gobblers return home to face the Victoria West Warriors on Friday. We are looking forward

to playing at home for the first time, Cuero head coach Travis Reeve said. Victoria West will be a formidable opponent for us. Cuero dropped a close one to Wharton, 23-22, last week in the first game of the season. Our offense needs to take care of the football better and have more consistent execution. The Warriors were on the good side of a one-point game as they held off the Lockhart Lions, 35-34. Victoria West runs a spread offense and is extremely balanced. Quarterback Anthony Navarro passed for 235 yards and three touchdowns, and also ran for 91 yards on 19 carries and one touchdown. Running back Zevaughn Shelton had five carries for 22 yards and Qualian Bry-

ant had 13 yards on eight carries and one touchdown. Leading the receivers was Jacob Armstrong, who had five catches for 124 yards and two touchdowns. We are going to have to fly to the football and make sure we tackle in the open field, Reeve said. The Warrior defense lines up in multiple fronts and is aggressive, and is led by linebacker Nathan Hermes, who led the team with 71 tackles a year ago. Three Rivers at NixonSmiley The Mustangs look to build on their seasonopening win against Flatonia by hosting Three Rivers for a 7:30 p.m. game on Friday at Mustang Stadium. Nixon head coach Carlton McKinney said the Stangs need to improve on what they did last week to have a good shot on going 2-0 on the year. He described Three Rivers as a well-coached and hardnosed team that is similar to Nixon. They are a Wing-T offense like we run, McKinney said. Their line does a great job and the running backs run hard. They will drive to eat a lot of clock on their drives. Primary ball carriers will be running backs Jesse Perez and Paul Almendarez. Our defense will tackle hard and slow them down, McKinney said. Three Rivers key defensive players are linebacker Weston Huff, linebacker Adam Romero and defensive back Dillon Guajardo. We will need to control the football with our running game, McKinney said. Three Rivers also started things with a win as they

blanked Skidmore-Tynan 30-0. Sugarland Fort Bend Christian at Shiner St. Paul Shiner St. Paul made some improvements in its opening loss to Pettus but made too many mistakes. The Cardinals will look to rebound as they host Fort Bend Christian in Homecoming at 7:30 p.m. at Comanche Stadium. Our mistakes against Pettus came at critical times, St. Paul head coach Jake Wachsmuth said. The Eagles opened their season by beating Acadiana Homeschool (Lafeyette, La.), 62-12. Fort Bend Christian runs a spread offense, using mostly one-back and shotgun formations. Last year, they were more of a running team, he said. It looks like this year they will run to set up the pass. The offense will be led by quarterback Jake Bruns, wide outs Cody Beeman, Kevin Imperio and Tyler Ciacarra, along with linemen Ty Stubbs, John Slotsted and Connor Brand. Our defense did not play bad against Pettus; we just gave up a couple of big plays, Wachsmuth said. We need to play with that same intensity against Fort Bend and prevent the big play. On defense, Fort Bend is led by aggressive linebacker Jackson Beasley. St. Paul did well on offense against Pettus with 400 yards but was unable to score on several of its trips inside the red zone. We need to score when we get close to the Fort Bend end zone and not Dalton Couch of Gonzales runs the course at the Gonhave any turnovers, Wazales Relays cross country meet, held August 24 in Inchsmuth said. dependence Park. (Courtesy photo)

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It was noted American author Ambrose Bierce (sometimes known as Bitter Bierce for his acerbic wit) who made the following sage observation: It is by the goodness of God that we have in our country three unspeakably precious things: freedom of speech, freedom of conscience and the prudence never to practice either. Did you ever wonder why pirates often had pierced ears? It seems that the belief at the time was that wearing an earring improved eyesight.

You might be surprised to learn that there is a world record for the tallest recorded hairdo. Even more surprising is the fact that the recordholders beehive measured a whopping 6 feet, 6 inches tall. Food trucks are rapidly gaining popularity all over the country, both at fairs and at stand-alone food-truck bazaars. You might be surprised to learn that the origin of the food truck goes all the way back to 1872. At that time, in Providence, R.I., all the restaurants closed at 8 every night,

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