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Vol. 11, No. 45
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Inspirations
By Frances Durisseau
How many of us struggle with patience on
occasion? I've learned quite a bit about my
level of patience (or lack thereof) since my
husband became ill. He has had so many differ-
ent doctors, all wanting different tests, some
having various and different opinions, that, at
times, my patience has been very tested. I am
sure that I have also tried all of their patience
at times, too. One of the secrets I've found
that helps me when I'm feeling impatient, is
getting busy with something else that will take
up a significant amount of my time. Keeping
myself busy always gets me back in balance. I
also use journaling. Being able to write out my
feelings allows me to "voice" my frustrations
without burdening someone else, and again, it
brings me back in balance. Being patient with
others is something that we should all be striv-
ing for, as it's one of the characteristics of liv-
ing out a life of love. It may seem like a small
thing, but it's actually a big thing in our lives.
Our impatience can damage our most precious
relationships, can hurt our employment perfor-
mance, and can leave us feeling sad and lonely
in life. It's never too late to start working on
your level of patience. Just remember to be
patient with yourself!
Contact Frances Durisseau at
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◊ Community Calender Events - pg. 4
◊ Texas gang threat assesment - pg. 6
Get rid of old prescription
drugs this weekend
LEAGUE CITY

Do you
have
expired
or
unused
prescription
medications?
Protect your children, fami-
lies
and
the
environment
by
properly
disposing
of
unwanted and old medicines.
This Saturday the League
City
Police
Department
will
participate
in
the
US
Drug
Enforcement
Administration ’s
National
Drug Take-Back Event.
The League City Police
Department
event
will
be
held Saturday, April 26 from
10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in the park-
ing
lot
between City Hall
and the Johnnie Arolfo Civic
Center at 400 W Walker.
According
to
the DEA,
medicines in the home are
a leading cause of acciden-
tal
poisoning and
flushed
or
trashed
medicines
can
end up polluting our waters.
“You can prevent issues like
this by simply dropping the
medications off at the event
this Saturday,” said Reagan
Pena,
League City Police
Department
Community
Outreach Officer. “You don ’t
event have
to
get
out of
your car, just drive through
and hand off
the medica-
tion;
it’s
all
anonymous,”
said Pena. All medications
gathered will be profession-
ally destroyed off site.
Congratulations
GALVESON COUNTY

Join Henry Trochesset and
his staff who are congratu-
lating
Forensic
Investigator
W.
“Billy”
Kilburn
for
his
recent graduation from the
National Forensic Academy
Session XXXV.
The
National
Forensic
Academy
(NFA)
is
an
intensive
10-week
training
program designed
to meet
the needs of
law enforce-
ment agencies
in evidence
identification,
collection,
and preservation. The
ses-
sion consists of 400 hours
of training; 170 hours of in-
class work; and 230 hours of
field practicum. Students are
responsible for several edu-
cational
objectives
includ-
ing; tests, case files, research
papers,
and various other
hands-on experiences.
Inv. Kilburn was presented
the Leadership Award by his
peers
while
in
attendance.
Inv. Kilburn
is
a
Certified
Crime Scene Investigator by
the International Association
for Identification.
Pictured left to right: Dr. Bill Bass, Inv. Kilburn and
Congressman Chuck Fleischmann with the award.
NFA photo
Three DHS juniors qualify
for National Merit program
DICKINSON
– The high
school is once again raising
the bar on academics, as
three
juniors
have quali-
fied for the National Merit
Scholarship Program.
William Duong, Marshall
Kettler
and Evan Snyder
(shown above left to right)
took
their
Preliminary
SAT's in October and were
recently notified that they
could apply
for National
Merit Scholarship Program
recognition. The National
Merit Scholarship Program
is
an
academic
competi-
tion
for
recognition
and
scholarships that began in
1955.
High
school
stu-
dents
enter
the
National
Merit
Program
by
tak-
ing the Preliminary SAT/
National Merit Scholarship
Qualifying
Test,
which
serves as an
initial screen
of approximately 1.5 mil-
lion
entrants
each
year,
and by meeting published
program
entry/participa-
tion requirements.
Of
the
1.5
million
entrants,
some
50,000
with the highest Selection
Index scores (critical read-
ing + mathematics + writ-
ing skills scores) qualify for
recognition in the National
Merit Scholarship Program.
In
September,
these
high
scorers
will
be
notified
through their schools that
they have qualified as either
a Commended Student or a
Semifinalist in the pogram.
"We are very proud of these
students and
their
accom-
plishments," DHS Principal
Dr. Billye Smith said. "We
want
to give
them all
the
support and encouragement
they need to make this hap-
pen for them. This is a great
accomplishment for not only
them, but the teachers who
have taught them."
DISD photo
A brush with rodeo fame
TCISD photo
Four Texas City Independent School District art teachers proved themselves prettier than the pic-
tures at this year’s Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. From left, Desiree Haddock, Ada Martin,
Jennifer Massie and Lola Rios are pictured showing off their Super Show award, which they were
given as Feature Artists for their exceptional management of the event’s local art contest in February.
Only high school team to complete the race
The Clear Falls Mighty Knights JROTC running team was the only high school team to complete
the Texas Independence Relay at the end of March. The grueling two-day event includes tra-
versing 200 miles of scenery between Gonzales and the San Jacinto Monument in Pasadena.
CCISD photo
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AUSTIN – Steve Munisteri,
Chairman of the Republican
Party of Texas, has
issued
the
following
statement
regarding the Texas Lottery
Commission’s consideration
to
allow electronic gaming
systems in bingo halls.
 
“The
position
of
the
Republican Party of Texas
is well established.  We are
concerned
that
the Lottery
Commission’s consideration
to
allow
electronic
gam-
ing
systems
in bingo halls
would have the same effect
as
expanding
slot
machine
gaming across the state. 
I
applaud our Texas legislature
for continuing to reject the
expansion of electronic gam-
ing
devices. 
The Lottery
Commission
should
honor
the
will
of
the
legislature
and not use technicalities to
expand an activity that the
public and our elected repre-
sentatives continue to reject.”
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May gardening q&a's & roadside
wildflower of the week
By Dr. William M.
Johnson
Galveston County Exten-
sion Agent-Horticulture
- Dr. Johnson is a horti-
culturist with the office
of Texas A&M
Exten-
sion
Service.
Visit
his
web site at http://aggie-
horticulture.tamu.edu/
galveston
Question: Is it really possible
to grow a pineapple from the top
portion of a fresh pineapple pur-
chased from the grocery store?
Answer: Pineapples are easy and
fun to grow at home. All you need
is a warm environment, a sunny
window and a fresh pineapple.
The first thing you do is enjoy
the pleasure of eating the "fruit"
end of the pineapple. Then begin
the process of growing your own
pineapple plant by
rooting
the
green vegetative top by placing it
in a container of potting soil that
provides good drainage.
Set the potted plant in a lo-
cation that receives at
least 6
hours of bright light each day. A
pineapple is a tropical plant and
frost or
freezing
temperatures
will kill it.
By next spring the plant should
be
well-rooted
and
actively
growing. Active growth can be
encouraged with frequent
light
applications of a
liquid house-
plant fertilizer.
Pineapple plants are
interest-
ing foliage specimens, well worth
growing for the leaves alone. But
if you'd like to go a step further,
you can easily grow your own
miniature pineapples.
Once the plant has covered it-
self with a complete set of ro-
bust new
leaves, which gener-
ally takes 6-9 months, it will be
ready to "think" about f lower-
ing. Oddly enough, a small slice
of apple placed down in the cen-
tral growing point of the new
leaves has the ability to initiate
f lowering. As the apple decom-
poses, it produces ethylene gas
which brings about this physi-
ological changeover.
Since
gasses
are
involved,
you'll obviously need to cover
the
plant,
preferable
with
an
airtight bag of clear polyethyl-
ene film, such as a dry cleaner ’s
bag. Tie the bag securely around
the pot and be careful to not
punch holes
through
the
thin
film. Place the covered plant a
well-lighted area that does not
receive direct sunlight.
Replace the old apple slice with
a
freshly cut apple
slice every
7-10 days. After a month or six
weeks you can remove the plas-
tic. Mother Nature will usually
surprise you with a flower and
small fruit.
Question: What would you
suggest in dealing with suckers or
seedlings that emerge under oak
trees? My neighbor recommend-
ed using a herbicide. Could this
be harmful to the tree?
Answer: You will have to tol-
erate the suckers since the more
you cut
them,
the more
they
multiply.
Some
homeowners
keep them trimmed at a certain
height and interplant Asiatic jas-
mine as a ground cover to help
conceal oak sprouts since the fo-
liage is similar.
Do not apply a herbicide to
sprouts
since
the
sprouts
are
likely connected directly to the
mother
tree
and
could
cause
damage.
A
herbicide
will
do
little
more
than defoliate
the
sprouts and could harm the tree
to which they are attached.
At a Glance
Roadside
wildflower
of
the
week . . . Pink Evening Prim-
rose
The bluebonnet definitely ranks
as the most popular wildflower
in Texas. However, Texas is also
home to over 1,000 varieties of
wildflowers. Whether you view
them while driving on a high-
way or strolling along a walkway,
travelers
have
lots
of
colorful
wildflowers to enjoy throughout
the growing season.
This week's featured roadside
flower is the pink evening prim-
rose. At
least
that's one of
its
common names. Other common
names
include
showy
evening
primrose,
white
evening prim-
rose, and pink ladies. While sev-
eral different species of evening
primroses occur
in
Texas,
the
species that occurs in our grow-
ing area is Oenothera speciosa.
The pink evening primrose is
a
familiar
roadside
wildflower
at this time. Most of the dense
patches of pink that travelers see
along rights-of-way are pink eve-
ning primroses. The pink evening
primrose
is
a
prolific
bloomer
from spring to mid-summer and,
often, again in the fall.
Despite
its
common name,
some pink
evening
primroses
produce near white f lowers that
display pink or red veins and
yellow centers. It is common to
see a
large patch of pink eve-
ning primroses with pink f low-
ers growing next to a large patch
with white f lowers.
Its f lowers are tissue-like, 2-3
inches wide
and have promi-
nent yellow stamens and pistils.
Flowers often contain a reddish
tinge to their veins that resem-
ble a fine network of blood ves-
sels.
The bowl-shaped
f lowers
face skyward.
Pink
evening primroses
are
easy
to grow
from seed. How-
ever, pink evening primrose can
become
invasive
in ornamental
beds and even lawns. They send
their roots far and wide during
the winter when no top growth is
visible, then pop up everywhere
in the spring.
Roadside flowers provide beauty
and a sense of calm when travel-
ing along our roadways.
Photo by William M. Johnson
Roadside flowers provide beauty and a sense of calm when traveling along our roadways.
The pink evening primrose is a familiar roadside wildflower at this time. Most of the dense
patches of pink that travelers see along rights-of-way are pink evening primroses.
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Q: You sometimes hear of
a “firenado.” What is it?
A: Firenadoes are whirl-
winds of flame, says Brent
McRoberts of Texas A&M
University. “They are also
called
fire
devils
or
fire
whirls, and they are whirl-
winds of flame that some-
times occur when
intense
heat and gusty wind con-
ditions
combine
to
form
a tornado-like structure of
fire.
The
formation
is
a
result of the strong upward
motion of
very
hot
air,
which
leaves
an
area
of
lower pressure at the base
of
the
fire. Strong winds
swirl around this low pres-
sure
area
and produce
a
core that can be 3-5 feet
wide, can be 100 feet high
or more, and can reach up
to 2,000 degrees.”
Q: Where do they occur
most often?
A: They seem to appear
most often in hot and arid
parts of the country, but
they
can
occur
almost
anywhere
there
is
a
big
wildfire, McRoberts adds.
“They are frequently seen
in Australia and parts of
Africa on very hot days,”
he notes.
“There appears
to be very few photos of
them, but we know
that
a
large
one occurred
in
Canberra
in
2003,
and
it’s
believed a
large
fire-
nado was the result of a
big
earthquake
that
hit
Japan in 1923 that caused
numerous fires in parts
of
Tokyo
and
even-
tually
killed
thou-
sands. A large one is
also
believed
to
have
formed
in
San
Luis
Obispo, Calif.,
in
1926
and
killed
several
resi-
dents.
People who have
been near a
firenado say
the sound of it is deafen-
ing and
it
resembles
the
noise from a jet engine.”
Weather
Whys
is
a
ser-
vice of
the Department of
Atmospheric
Sciences
at
Texas A&M University
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What!--you mean police officers actually
handle these calls for service? You bet-
ter believe it! We receive more than our
share of such complaints. In fact many are
so serious that we contact the Galveston
County Animal Resource Center for their
expert assistance.
It seems that most of the dogs running
loose are Pit Bulls which certainly should
be alarming to most citizens. A typical case
will include a neighbor’s
“Pit”
running at
high speed and attacking a Chihuahua (or
similar tiny dog) that is on a leash held by a
person living on the same street as the owner
of the attacking dog. Another scenario is
the neighborhood Pit (who is constantly and
mysteriously somehow running out of
its
owner’s house) that chases down a citizen
walking along the shoulder of the road and
knocking the person to the ground.
Oh, I forgot to mention that once my
police officer (or Animal Control Officer)
visits
with
the
dog’s
owner about
their
dog running
loose, the owner
is so very
surprised that it got the attention of our
department and wonders why we are so very
concerned: after all their “animal compan-
ion” is so friendly and lovable?
What about the yard dog (not only Pit Bulls
but even the tiniest canine) that continuously
barks at all hours: keeping their neighbors on
edge not to mention without sleep? Again,
here comes a La Marque Police officer (or
Animal Control) only to be advised that their
dog is so very lovable and needed to protect
their property?
When asked about being
considerate
to
their
neighbors
the owner
shrugs their shoulders and is speechless.
By the way we do initially issue warning
tickets for the above mentioned violations
that adversely affect our citizens’ quality
of life in La Marque. However, for those
owners who
somehow do not get
the
message (and are repeat offenders) they
have “earned ” a citation to appear in our
Municipal Court. A conviction of a dog
“running at large” and/or
“barking con-
tinuously” may result in a fine (and court
costs) up to $166.00.
Final outcome: Fines are steep for not
taking control of your animal companions:
$166.00.
Advice: Please be considerate of your
neighbors need for safety and tranquility:
control your dogs.
AUSTIN — Gov. Rick Perry
on April 16 granted a request
by the city of West for an
additional $4.8 million
in
disaster grant assistance for
recovery efforts in the West
fertilizer plant explosion that
occurred April 17, 2013.
Fifteen people were killed in
the explosion, more than 160
were injured and more than
150 buildings were reported
damaged or destroyed in the
town of about 2,800 people,
20 miles north of Waco.
Perry’s office said the grant
is to help the city of West
repair and rebuild infrastruc-
ture damaged or destroyed
by the blast and assist with
other important projects in
the affected area.
“Last year’s tragedy touched
the
lives
of
every member
of the West community and
touched
the
hearts
of
all
Texans,” Gov. Perry said.
State
Sen. Brian Birdwell,
whose district includes West,
said,
“In
reflecting on
the
year following this tragedy,
I cannot help but feel pride
in the incredible work of our
local and state first respond-
ers, the continual leadership
shown by Mayor (Tommy)
Muska and his
fellow city
and county officials, and the
resilience of the citizens of
West.
It
is
no
surprise
to
see Texans pull together and
rebuild like this."
“Our hearts continue to
reach out to the community
of West and
those affect-
ed by
last year’s tragedy,”
said state Rep. Kyle Kacal,
whose
district
includes
West.
“We
acknowledge
with deep appreciation the
tremendous response to the
local rebuilding efforts and
stand
in
solidarity
as
we
continue
to work
towards
the future of West.”
State takes possession of
ranch
Texas Department of Public
Safety on April 17 announced
the State of Texas on Jan. 6
obtained a
final
judgment
of forfeiture from the state’s
51st Judicial District Court
in San Angelo, directing the
State
to
take possession of
the forfeited property known
as the YFZ Ranch.
The
final
judgment, the
DPS
said,
was
the
result
of
the
Attorney
General ’s
Office filing for the seizure
of the YFZ Ranch property
in
2012. The
ranch, near
Eldorado, was owned by the
Fundamentalist Church
of
Jesus
Christ of Latter-Day
Saints,
a
polygamist com-
munity raided by local, state
and federal agencies in 2008.
Schleicher County Sheriff
’ s
Office and the DPS met with
current residents of the prop-
erty on April 16 and provided
them with copies of the court
orders applicable to the forfei-
ture, and the residents have
agreed to vacate the property,
the DPS reported.
Law enforcement person-
nel
are
working with
the
occupants of
the
ranch
to
take all reasonable actions to
assist with their departure of
the property, to preserve the
property, and to successfully
execute the court order, the
DPS reported, adding
that
continuing activities on the
property will include obtain-
ing
a
court-ordered
inven-
tory of real property and pro-
tecting the remaining assets.
Ethnic studies books
requested
The
State
Board
of
Education on April 11 called
for new textbooks for Special
Topics
in Social Studies to
include,
but not be
limit-
ed
to,
Mexican American
Studies,
African American
Studies,
Native
American
Studies and Asian American
Studies, the Texas Education
Agency reported.
The request for instruction-
al material for these elective
courses is included in a call-
for-bids document known as
Proclamation 2016, the Texas
Education Agency said.
Report examines gang threat
An updated Texas Gang
Threat
Assessment
was
released to the public by the
Texas Department of Public
Safety on April 17.
According to the DPS, the
assessment
provides
details
about
the
state’s
approach
to
evaluating
and classify-
ing gangs in order to identify
which organizations represent
the most substantial threat.
The report reveals current
gang membership across the
state
may exceed 100,000
individuals.
Trafficking panel appointed
Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst,
who
presides
over
the
state
Senate,
appointed
seven senators to the Joint
Interim
Committee
to
Study Human Trafficking.
Established
in
2011
and
renewed by the Legislature
last year, the panel will build
on its previous work by study-
ing ways to further combat
human trafficking and iden-
tifying services available to
its victims, Dewhurst said.
Dogs running at large
& barking at all hours
Following
a
few
simple
rules
when
selecting
a
mover will go a
long way
toward protecting yourself
from being victimized by
scams
this moving
season.
The Better Business Bureau
and American Moving &
Storage Association (AMSA)
recommend
during
your
homework before
selecting
a mover.
As we approach the busiest
time of the year for chang-
ing
residences,
The
BBB
encourages
consumers
to
know their rights…and the
red flags of moving scams.
Every
year
the
BBB
and
AMSA receive thousands of
complaints from consumers
who have fallen prey to dis-
honest and often unlicensed
moving
companies.
In
a
too-frequent, worst-case sce-
nario, the moving company
holds the customer's belong-
ings
“hostage” and requires
potentially thousands of dol-
lars to unload the van.
All household goods mov-
ers operating within Texas
are required to obtain a cer-
tificate of motor carrier reg-
istration and have proof of
insurance on file with TX
DMV. This includes major
van
lines, as well as
local
movers with pick-up trucks
and trailers. There are many
moving companies out there,
so choose your mover care-
fully. Shop around to find
the best prices and services.
While
TX DMV
cannot
recommend
movers,
they
can verify if your mover is
properly registered and give
you
information about the
mover’s complaint history.
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the
following checklist
for
finding a trustworthy mov-
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the
company
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movers must, at minimum,
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licensed by
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federal
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a motor carrier number you
can verify on FMCSA ’s web-
site, www.protectyourmove.
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This may seem like a silly
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notice this year's spring sea-
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its timing?
I mean, did any of you read-
ers notice that it was April
that came in like a lion and is
trying to go out like a lamb?
All
that
windy weather at
the beginning of this month
seemed a lot more like March
than April to me.
And whatever happened
to “April showers bring May
flowers?” We've hardly had
any significant rain all this
month. There's no
telling
when the May flowers will
actually
bloom,
but
June
seems like a real possibility.
And where are this year's
robins?
Did
anyone
see
them?
I'm
starting
to
sus-
pect
that
they're
wintering
in Brownsville, waiting
for
the upper Texas Gulf Coast
to get some half-way warm
weather. It's just been in the
last few days that I've spot-
ted any blue jays, cardinals
or other spring birds in my
yard. And I think I wore a
jacket more days
in March
and April than I normally do
in January and February.
Maybe
all
this
climate
change means there won't be
any Texas Gulf Coast hur-
ricanes this year. If it does, I
can definitely put up with a
mild shakeup in springtime
temperatures. But
it's
play-
ing havoc with my closet. I
have both winter and spring
clothes sharing space in there
right now, and that's way too
many things on hangers at
one time.
But there's one sure sign that
spring can't be too far away.
The oak trees have really been
shedding pollen for the past
few
weeks.
Everyone's
car
seems to be wearing a yellow-
ish coat of dust, and drive-
ways all over the mainland
are covered in that pollen that
falls by the ton.
I've gone out to sweep our
backyard deck, only to return
the next day to see it covered
again in that messy stuff. I've
tried sweeping it up, using the
leaf blower on it, and finally I
decided to just ignore it until
the pollen season is over . . .
whenever that may be.
One thing I've learned over
the years is that you cannot
housebreak trees. Some spe-
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four times a year. Our orchid
tree, which I love, drops large
leaves all over the back yard
whenever
it
gets
stressed.
And it gets stressed a lot.
I'm not sure what stresses it. I
suspected it was drought con-
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even when we've had rain. And
those big
leaves turn yellow
and then brown once they hit
the ground, making a notice-
able mess out of our lawn.
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Dickinson
Meetings
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Dickinson
Public
Library
is
having their
Spring
Story
times
on
Monday and Wednesday
mornings
at
10:00am.
The program
is
geared
for preschoolers. It will
include a variety of activ-
ities such as stories, flan-
nel board,
films,
finger
plays and arts and crafts.
The program is open and
free
to the public. The
Library is located at 4411
Highway 3
in Dickinson
next to the City Hall. If
you have any questions
please call the Library at
281-534-3812.
Art
Exhibit:
Garden
Glimpses 2 at Dickinson
Library 4411 Hwy 3 On
display throughout April
Galveston
Meetings
and Events
April
24,
2014
City
Council Meeting 10am at
2nd floor of City Hall 823
Rosenburg, Galveston
La Marque Meetings
and Events
April 28, 2014
City
Council
meets at
6pm, Council Chambers
1109-B Bayou Rd.
League City Meetings
and Events
State of the City lun-
cheon April 25, 2014
11:30am
at
S.Shore
Harbour
Resort
2500
South Shore Blvd League
City For info go to www.
leaguecitychamber.com
Spring Arts & Crafts
Show April 25, 2014 at
League Park, 200 N. Park
Ave from 9a.m. – 3p.m.
Santa Fe Meetings and
Events
April 24, 2014 Council
Meets 7pm at City Hall
12002 Hwy 6, Santa Fe
Texas City Meetings
and Events
Moore Memorial Public
Library
On
Tuesdays,
Toddlerific Storytime for
children
from ages 1-3
is at 10 a. m and lasts
about 30 minutes. Every
week, there will be sto-
ries, songs, rhymes, bub-
ble time, and play time.
Preschool
Storytime
for ages 3-5 at 10 a. m.
and lasts about 40 min-
utes. Every week, there
will
be
stories,
songs,
alphabet
learning,
and
a different fun and edu-
cational activity or craft.
3-year
olds
can
come
to either of
the story-
times.
It ’s
the
care-
giver ’s
decision
when
their 3-year old is ready
for
preschool
story-
time. Both programs are
held at Moore Memorial
Public
Library
in
the
Walter Holland Meeting
Room. They are free and
open
to
the
public
with no
ticket
or
reg-
istration
required.
Due
to space limitations, day
care groups are normally
not allowed. Storytimes
for the Spring Session
began January 7 and
run every week thru
May 21.
Teen Reads: A Book
Club for Teens Friday,
April 25 at 4 PM Library
Meeting Room at Moore
Memorial Public Library
Please
call
(409)
949-
3308 for more details.
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Saturday,
April
26th
and Sunday, April 27th
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9am
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4pm at
1217 Mystic Village
in
Seabrook.
Donations
are
welcome and may
be dropped off at
this
address.
All
proceeds
go to help the cats and
dogs in the rescue’s pro-
gram. For more
infor-
mation
please
email
toniakay@aol.com.
Knights of Columbus
Council 5236 Card /
Game Party April 23,
2014 Enjoy
lunch, des-
serts,
door prizes and
50/50
split
the
pot.
Tickets are $10.00 each
person.
Please
make
your reservations NOW.
Wilma Cambiano, 409
945-5056
4th Annual Girls' Night
Out - April 25, 2014
Sip,
Dine
&
Shop
at
Doyle Convention Center
2010 5th Ave N. Texas
City. Tickets $50 for info
or to order ticket go to
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Head Start
Hitchcock
ISD
is
now
accepting
applications
for the 2014-2015 school
year. Applications will be
accepted at
the
Head
Start office located at
5701 FM 2004, Hitchcock,
TX 77563 from: 9:00 AM
- 11:30 AM and 1 PM - 2
PM
Our Lady of Lourdes
Bazaar May 4, 2014,
11a.m.
to
6p.m.
at
10114
Highway
6,
Hitchcock, Texas; Events
include
live
and
silent
auctions,
bingo,
raf-
fles, music, food, and
games.
Raffle
prizes
include choice of 2014
Civic, Mustang, Tacoma
or Malibu.
For ques-
tions, please call 409-
925-3759.
True
Cross
Catholic
School’s
9th
Annual
“Monte Carlo Night”,
May 17, 2014 from 7-11
p.m. 400 FM 517 East,
Dickinson Tickets will be
$30 in advance or $40
at the door. Ticket pur-
chase
includes
dinner,
dessert, 2 drink tickets
and $1000 in gambling
chips.
For
more
infor-
mation
contact
281-
337-5212
or
agarcia@
truecrosschurch.org.
Lone Star Deluxe
Vinatge
car,
truck,
motorcycle
and
music
expo. April 26, 2014 at
416 6th St. N. Texas City
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Blood Drive
April
26,
2014
from
10 am to 2 pm
its for
the
Dickinson
Masonic
Chapter 1324 at Rust &
Dust Resale 1519 6th
Street North. Texas City
77590
for
information
call
Keith
at
832-561-
1391
Dickinson
Historical
Society Senior Social
April 24, 2014 at 10:00AM
in the Historical Railroad
Center
Community
Room at 218 FM 517 W,
Dickinson. Do not need
to be a member or senior
to
attend.
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more
information call 281 534
4367.
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America ’ the Christian ‘Nation ’?
By Dr. Lewis Parker, Jr. an evangelist minister of the Church of Christ
Dr. Lewis Parker, Jr.
Part Four
“ Americans”
who are
“true
believers”
and
those
who
“declare” that they are
“saved”,
let
us
open
the
BIBLE,
i.e.,
(Basic
Instructions
Before Leaving Earth), and
as
declared
in
II
Timothy
2:15
to,
“study
to
show
thyself
ourselves
approved
unto God, a Workman that
needeth not to be Ashamed,
Rightly Dividing the Word
of
truth”!!!!
In
every
gen-
eration of this earth, GOD
(The
Creator)
has
always
commanded us humans
to
obey the holy GOD as he
delcared
in,
II
Chronicles
7:14,
“If
my people which
are called by My Name, shall
humble
themselves,
and
pray,
and
turn
from
their
wicked ways, then will I hear
from
HEAVEN,
and
will
forgive
their
sin,
and heal
their land”!!!!
The “bible” declares in isa-
iah
9:16,
“for
the
leaders
of
this
people cause
them
to
err
(to
go astray) and
they that are led of them are
“destroyed”!!!!” We as ameri-
cans need to understand that
the end of the world, i.E.,
The second coming of jesus,
does not have to occur to
declare the “fall of america.”
It
is
“our sins” and
“wick-
edness”
against
“GOD”
that are
“presently provok-
ing” the creator
“GOD” to
destroy us!!!!
America, the apostle paul
records
the
most systemat-
ic
presentation of doctrine
in
the
“BIBLE”.
We have
embraced
this
“wickedness”
as is written in romans 1:22-
32, i.E.,…

Vs #22- thinking we are
wise, we have become fools.
• Vs #23- We have changed
the glory of the Uncorruptible
GOD!!!

Vs #24-25- We are pres-
ently dishonouring our own
bodies between ourselves.

Vs #26-27- Women mar-
rying women, men marrying
men, and total sexual abomi-
nation; women with women
and men with men!!!!
• Vs 28- “America”!!!! We are
now a
“reprobate
minded
nation”.
Reprobate

(greek:
adoki-
mos,
meaning
rejected
of
GOD!!!!
• Vs 29-31- Now “total anar-
chy” has filled our nation and
it is being filled with unrigh-
teousness, fornication (illicit
sexual intercourse), wicked-
ness, covetousness (a desire to
have more by any means nec-
essary), maliciousness (total-
ly evil and wicked); full of
envy, murder, debate, deceit,
malignity
(an
evil
disposi-
tion),
whisperers, backbit-
ers (to speak against), haters
of god, despiteful (violent),
proud, boasters, inventors of
evil
things,
disobedient
to
parents, without understand-
ing, covenantbreakers (refus-
ing
to
abide by covenants
or faithless), without natural
affection (unnatural passion-
ate desires as we americans
are
experiencing
now but
will get increasingly worse),
implacable
(unforgiving),
and unmerciful.

Vs #32-
those
that
are
doing these wicked sins know
that they are under the con-
demnation of the Righteous
Judgment of GOD, also those
that Go Along-To Get Along,
and there will be “National
Gratification”
for
“Every
Citizen In America” to give
pleasure (gratification) to the
“sinful desires of the wicked”
which will ultimately lead to
the destruction of america ---
“if we do not repent”!!!!
Finally, all “Americans” who
are “true (BIBLE) Believers”,
having
been
“washed
in
the
blood
of
the
lamb”
let
us
“never!!!!”
Embrace
UNGODLY Political dec-
larations such
as,
(a)
same
sex marriages, (b) same sex
abominations of any kind, (c)
the right to smoke
“mariji-
uana”, (d) the right to use any
illegal drugs, such as; crack,
methadones, cocaine, hero-
ine, etc…, and (e) please!!!!, In
JESUS name, let us humble
ourselves and bring closure
to
“corporate
Christianity”,
i.e., Corporate “Night Club”
kind of Entertainment, dress-
ing UNGODLY, money hus-
tling, falsifications of the gos-
pel only to make the mem-
bers
“feel good”!!!! We must
stop
these
“flop‘
house’

worship services and worship
GOD in spirit and truth!!!!
In
conclusion,
americans
we
must
ask
ourselves;
“ America”;
are
we
truly
a
CHRISTIAN NATION?
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ed areas are now appearing at
our hospitals in Texas. To bet-
ter understand infections that
might spread to the United
States,
University of Texas
Medical Branch at Galveston
is collaborating with the U.S.
Navy and
the
Universidad
Peruana Cayetano Heredia at
Lima, Peru, to study infec-
tious diseases in Cusco, Peru. 
  “The list of diseases showing
up in U.S. hospitals is long,”
said
Dr.
Clinton
White,
director
of
the
Infectious
Diseases Division at UTMB. 
 
“I
have published data
on over 250 cases, seen in
Houston alone. Tuberculosis
in the U.S. is mainly a dis-
ease of immigrants. Malaria
cases are increasing each year
and
leishmaniasis
is
diag-
nosed occasionally.”
  As the home of the former
Inca Empire and the clos-
est city to Machu Picchu,
Cusco has been declared a
World Heritage Site and is
a
major hub
for
tourism.
With millions of
visitors
each year, Cusco is an ideal
location
to
study diseases
affecting travelers.
  “We have a joint research
project
with
the
Navy,
which is funded by the U.S.
Department of Defense, to
study the causes and severity
of
travelers’
diarrhea,”
said
Dr. Miguel Cabada, director
of
the
research center and
UTMB adjunct professor of
infectious diseases. 
  T ravelers’ diarrhea can cause
abdominal pain,
cramping
and dehydration, which can
last for more than a week. For
soldiers deployed for combat,
the illness can be debilitating.
  The research center’s stud-
ies have helped identify the
various
causes
of
travelers’
diarrhea and will soon begin
examining
interventions
to
help prevent the illness. 
  The center is also concen-
trating
on
leishmaniasis,
a
parasitic disease that causes
a
disfiguring
skin
ailment,
which can destroy the nose
and
throat.
While unusual
in the United States, near-
ly
1,400
military
person-
nel who served in Iraq and
Afghanistan
were
infected
with the disease.
  A grant from the National
Institutes of Health is sup-
porting studies of fasciola-
sis, a parasite that affects
the liver. The disease can
cause anemia and malnu-
trition in children.
  “Through our studies, we
brought diagnostics to hun-
dreds of children, and we are
working on testing new treat-
ments,” said Cabada. Since
the research center opened in
2012, more than 80 children
have been treated for fasciola.
 
In addition, the research
center
trains
medical
stu-
dents on infectious diseases.
More
than a dozen medi-
cal students have trained at
the research center, includ-
ing a Navy Fulbright Scholar,
trainees from UTMB, UPCH
and Rice University.
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gang threat assessment
AUSTIN

The
Texas
Department of Public Safety
(DPS)
has
released
the
updated Texas Gang Threat
Assessment, which was devel-
oped to provide a broad over-
view of gang activity in the
state of Texas.
“Gang violence and crime
are a chief threat to public
safety in Texas, and protect-
ing
our communities
from
these criminals remains a top
priority,” said DPS Director
Steven McCraw. “This assess-
ment provides detailed infor-
mation about the gangs oper-
ating in our state, which will
enhance
the
ability
of
law
enforcement to combat these
dangerous organizations and
their associates.”
The
Texas
Gang Threat
Assessment
was
developed
according
to
statute,
which
requires an annual report to
be submitted to the governor
and Texas Legislature assessing
the threat posed by statewide
criminal gangs. The
report
is based on the collaboration
between multiple law enforce-
ment
and
criminal
justice
agencies across the state and
nation, whose contributions
were essential in creating this
comprehensive
overview
of
gang activity in Texas.
“Gangs represent one of
the
top
organized-crime
threats to public safety,” said
Sen. Craig Estes, chair of
the
Senate Committee on
Agriculture,
Rural
Affairs
and
Homeland
Security.
“The
Texas
Gang Threat
Assessment will
serve as
a
critical
tool
to
assist
law
enforcement
agencies
in
developing
and
executing
strategies to protect Texans,
and
I
applaud
the
Texas
Department of Public Safety
for its efforts in combating
this critical threat.”
“The most effective tool in
fighting any threat is under-
standing
the
enemy.
This
intelligence
report
amasses
information about gang trends
and their relationships that is
critical to effectively targeting
and disrupting these criminal
organizations, ” said Rep. Joe
Pickett, chair of the House
Committee
on
Homeland
Security and Public Safety.
This assessment details the
state’s
systematic approach
to evaluating and classifying
gangs
in order
to
identify
which organizations
repre-
sent
the
most
substantial
threat.
The
report
reveals
that current gang member-
ship
across
the
state
may
exceed 100,000 individuals.
Additional significant
findings include:

Gangs continue
to
pose
a substantial threat to pub-
lic
safety in Texas and are
responsible for a dispropor-
tionate amount of crime in
our communities.
• Many gangs in Texas con-
tinue to work with Mexican
cartels
to
smuggle
drugs,
weapons, people
and
cash
across the border. The rela-
tionships between some gangs
and cartels have evolved over
the
past
year
due
in
part
to volatility and changes in
cartel structures and relation-
ships in Mexico.

Of the incarcerated mem-
bers
of Tier 1 and Tier 2
gangs, more than half are serv-
ing a sentence for a violent
crime, including robbery (25
percent), homicide (13 per-
cent),
and assault/terroristic
threat (15 percent).

Texas-based gangs, gang
members and their associates
are
active
in
both human
smuggling and human traf-
ficking, which often includes
sex trafficking and compel-
ling
prostitution
of
adult
and minor victims. Gangs
will continue to operate in
human
trafficking
due
to
the potential for
large and
renewable profits and
the
assumed
low risk of detec-
tion by law enforcement.

Tango Blast
remains the
state ’s
most significant gang
threat. The Tier 1 gangs
in
Texas are: Tango Blast and
Tango
cliques
(more
than
8,200
members);
Texas
Syndicate (more than 4,400
members);
Texas
Mexican
Mafia
(more
than
5,500
members), and Barrio Azteca
(more than 2,000 members).
To view the full Texas Gang
Threat
Assessment,
visit:
www.dps.texas.gov/director_
staff/media_and_communi-
cations/2014/txGangThrea-
tAssessment.pdf
SpaceX rocket
lifts off from Space Launch
Complex 40 at Cape Canaveral Air Force
Station carrying the Dragon resupply space-
craft to the International Space Station.
NASA photo
Cargo
launches
to Space Station
aboard SpaceX
NASA

Nearly 2.5 tons of
science
investigations
and
cargo are on the way to the
International
Space
Station
(ISS)
aboard
SpaceX's
Dragon
spacecraft.
The
spacecraft
launched
atop
a
Falcon 9 rocket
from Space
Launch Complex 40 at Cape
Canaveral Air Force Station
in Florida at 3:25 p.m. EDT
Friday, April 18.
The mission is the company's
third cargo delivery flight to
the
station
through a $1.6
billion
NASA
Commercial
Resupply
Services
contract.
Dragon's cargo will
support
more
than 150 experiments
to be conducted by the crews
of ISS Expeditions 39 and 40.
"SpaceX
is
delivering
important
research
experi-
ments
and
cargo
to
the
space station," said William
Gerstenmaier, NASA associ-
ate administrator for human
exploration and operations.
"The diversity and number
of new experiments is phe-
nomenal. The investigations
aboard Dragon will help us
improve our understanding
of how humans adapt to liv-
ing in space for long periods
of time and help us develop
technologies that will enable
deep space exploration."
The
scientific
payloads on
Dragon
include
investiga-
tions
into
efficient
plant
growth
in
space,
human
immune system function in
microgravity, Earth observa-
tion, and a demonstration of
laser optics communication.
On
its
way
to
the ISS,
SpaceX's Falcon rocket
jet-
tisoned
five
small
research
satellites known as CubeSats
that will perform a variety
of
technology
demonstra-
tions. The small satellites are
part of NASA's Educational
Launch of Nanosatellite, or
ElaNa, mission, and involved
more than 120 students
in
their
design,
development
and construction.
Dragon grappled at 7:14
a.m. on Sunday, April 20, by
Expedition 39 Commander
Koichi Wakata of the Japan
Aerospace
Exploration
Agency. For more
informa-
tion
about
SpaceX
visit:
www.nasa.gov/station
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rary
Administration
Pending Contest for
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Estate
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Ella
York,
Deceased,
were
issued on 12-
9-2013, under Cause
No.
PR
0074540,
pending in the Pro-
bate Court of Galve-
ston
County,
Tex-
as,
to
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sented in care of the
attorney for the es-
tate,
addressed as
follows:
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Estate of Ella York,
Deceased
c/o The Law Offi ce of
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the Estate of Herbert
G. Newell, Deceased,
were issued on April
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2014,
in
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Dated this 21st day of
April, 2014
RFP# B141022
OPEN: 06/19/2014
TIME: 2:00 P.M.
REQUEST FOR
PROPOSAL
CDBG-DRS ROUND 2
RENTAL PROGRAM FOR
GALVESTON COUNTY,
TEXAS
Sealed proposals in sets
of
ten (10), one (1)
original and nine (9)
copies, will be received
in the offi ce of the Galve-
ston
County
Purchas-
ing
Agent
until
2:00
P.M.,
CST,
on
June
19, 2014, and opened
immediately
in that of-
fi ce
in the presence of
Galveston County Audi-
tor and the Purchasing
Agent. Sealed propos-
als are to be delivered to
Rufus G. Crowder, CPPO
CPPB, Galveston County
Purchasing
Agent
at
the
Galveston
County
Courthouse, 722 Moody,
(21st
Street),
Floor
5,
Purchasing,
Galves-
ton, Texas 77550, (409)
770-5372.
The
time
stamp
clock
located
in
the
Purchasing
Agent’s
office
shall
serve as
the official
time keeping piece for
this solicitation proc-
ess.
Any proposals
received
after
2:00
P.PM. on the specified
date will be returned
unopened.
Purpose:
Galveston
County
is
seeking
proposals
for
the
rehabilitation,
re-
construction,
and/or
new construction of af-
fordable
multi-family
housing
units
and/or
single-family units under
common ownership of at
least eight (8) such rent-
al units within Galveston
County’s
jurisdictional
area
for
the
Program.
Galveston
County may
award
one
or
more
projects under this re-
quest for proposal.
Galveston
County
is
a
sub-recipient
in
the
CDBG-DRS grant to the
State of Texas
(State)
and
is
continuing
to
participate
in Round 2,
Phase 2 of
the CDBG-
DRS
grant
(commonly
referred
to
as
Round
2.2). Under this grant,
the County has entered
into a contract with the
Texas General Land Of-
fi ce
(GLO),
the
State
agency
administering
the grant to the State,
for
Round
2.2,
which
includes
a
multi-family
rental housing program
(Program) for affordable
rental housing. The con-
tract between Galveston
County and the GLO
is
GLO Contract No. 12-
511-000-6725.
The
prior State agency that
administered
the
CD-
BG-DRS was the Texas
Department of Housing
and Community Affairs
(TDHCA).
The TDHCA
adopted
guidelines
for
Round 2, which continue
to apply
in
Round 2.2
(State Guidelines). This
Program is subject to the
State Guidelines.
All
proposals
must be
marked on the outside of
the envelope:
RFP #B141022
CDBG-DRS
Round
2
Rental
Program
for
Galveston
County,
Texas
Proposers name, return
address,
and
the
en-
closed
label
should be
prominently
displayed
on the proposal package
for
identifi cation
pur-
poses.
Specifi cations can be ob-
tained on application at
the offi ce of the Galve-
ston County Purchasing
Agent,
located
in
the
Galveston County Court-
house, 722 Moody, (21st
Street),
Floor
5,
Pur-
chasing, Galveston, Tex-
as, 77550, or by visiting
the
Galveston
County
website @ http://www.
galvestoncountytx.gov/
pu/Pages/BidListings.
aspx.
Proposal prices shall be
either lump sum or unit
prices as shown on pro-
posal bid sheets, if ap-
plicable. The net price
shall
be
delivered
to
Galveston
County,
in-
cluding all freight, ship-
ping, and
license
fees.
Galveston County is tax
exempt
and
no
taxes
should be include in pro-
posal pricing.
Upon
satisfaction
of
contractual terms (e.g.,
goods delivered in prom-
ised condition, services
rendered
as
agreed,
etc.), contractor shall be
paid via Galveston Coun-
ty’s
normal
accounts
payable process.
Bonding
Require-
ments:

PROPOSAL GUARAN-
TEE:
Evidencing
its
fi rm commitment to en-
gage
in the contract
if
Proposer is selected for
award of contract, each
Proposer
is required to
furnish with
their
pro-
posal a Cashier’s Check,
Certifi ed Check from any
bank
within
the
State
of Texas, or an accept-
able Proposer ’s Bond (in
the
event
of
requests
for bids, this is called a
Bidder’s
Bond),
in
the
amount of
fi ve percent
(5%) of
the
total con-
tract
price.
The Pro-
poser’s
Bond must be
executed with a surety
company authorized
to
do business in the State
of Texas. Failure to fur-
nish
the
bid/proposal
guarantee in the proper
form and amount, by the
time set for opening of
bids/proposals
may be
cause for rejection of the
bid/proposal.

PERFORMANCE
AND
PAYMENT BONDS
Successful
proposer,
before beginning work,
shall
execute
a
per-
formance
bond
and
a
payment bond, each of
which must be
in
the
amount of the contract.
The
required
payment
and performance bonds
must each be executed
by
a
corporate
surety
in accordance with Sec-
tion 1, Chapter 87, Acts
of the 56th Legislature,
Regular
Session,
1959
(Article 7.19-1, Vernon’s
Texas Insurance Code).
The
Galveston
County
Commissioners’
Court
reserves
the
right
to
waive
any
informality
and
to
reject any and
all proposals, and to ac-
cept the proposal which,
in
its
opinion,
is
most
advantageous to Galve-
ston County with
total
respect
the
governing
laws.
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Legal Notice
By virtue of an Order of Sale or Writ of Execution directed to me in the below entitled cause numbers from the clerks of the various Courts named below, in and for the County
aforesaid, with dates, and cause numbers as set forth below, I have on the dates set forth below levied upon, and will proceed to sell, without appraisement, for cash, to the highest
and best bidder on the first Tuesday in May, 2014, that being the 6th day of May, 2014, at Public Auction, at the Galveston County Courthouse in the Commissioner’s Courtroom,
between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., all the right title and interest of the defendants named below in and to the Real Estate described below. * Please note on tax sales pursu-
ant to the Texas Property Tax Code, sheriff sales may only include taxes which were delinquent on the date of trial. The below described sheriff sales may be subject to
taxes not included in the judgment. Property purchased or struck off at sheriff sale is subject to those tax year(s) not included in the judgment and must be paid by the
purchaser at sheriff sale or resale. * Also the Address/Location per GCAD reflects the likely location of the property based upon records from the Galveston Central Ap-
praisal District (www.galvestoncad.org). The information as to Address/Location is provided solely as a courtesy, it should not be relied upon as conclusive. Interested
parties should conduct appropriate research to verify the location of property BEFORE bidding at the sheriff sale.
GALVESTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Sales
Sale Date: 5/6/2014
HENRY TROCHESSET, SHERIFF OF GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS
BY: CAPTAIN DOUGLAS HUDSON
Sale #: 1 Sale Type: EXECUTION Cause #: 12-CV-0538 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 10/1/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/4/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Daughtry & Jordan
Style of Case: Bay Colony Community Improvement Association, Inc. vs. Huyen Le
Defendants: Huyen Le
Account #:
Minimum Bid: $0 Notes:
Legal Description
LOT ONE (1), IN BLOCK TWO (2), OF THE ENCLAVE AT BAY COLONY , A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ALSO
KNOWN AS 2915 SILVER SHORE LANE, DICKINSON, GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS 77539 ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT
THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 18, PAGE 1234 OF THE MAP RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, TOGETHER WITH
ALL IMPROVEMENTS THEREON;
Address/Location per GCAD: 2915 SILVER SHORE LANE, DICKINSON TEXAS
Sale #: 2 Sale Type: EXECUTION Cause #: 984090 Court: CC1 Harris County
Judgment Date: 5/20/2010 Order of Sale Date: 2/21/2014 Levy Date: 3/13/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Devlin, Naylor & Turbyfill, P.L.L.C.
Style of Case: Lutea, Trustmark National Bank vs. Robert W. Durst, Individually and doing business as Gulf Coast Financial
Defendants: Robert W. Durst, Individually and doing business as Gulf Coast Financial
Account #:
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT 41 OF JAMAICA BEACH, SECTION TWENTY-NINE (29), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE
MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD 7, MAP NO 97 OF THE MAP RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 16611 POMPANO WAY , JAMAICA BEACH, TEXAS 77554
Sale #: 3 Sale Type: EXECUTION Cause #: 2012-06076 Court: 295TH DC Harris Co
Judgment Date: 3/19/2014 Order of Sale Date: 3/19/2014 Levy Date: 3/19/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Hoge & Gameros, L.L.P.
Style of Case: Multibank 2009-RES-ADC Venture, LLC vs. Imperial Homes Texas, LTD, et al
Defendants: Imperial Homes Texas, LTD, et al
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
************************************************ALL TRACKS SOLD TOGETHER***************************************
LOT ONE (1), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY ,TEXAS, ACCORD-
ING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWO (2), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT THREE (3), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT FOUR (4), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT FIVE (5), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT SIX (6), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORD-
ING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT SEVEN (7), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT EIGHT (8), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT NINE (9), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TEN (10), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AC-
CORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT ELEVEN (11), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Bidders – register with Laura Honish before the sale to receive your bidder number, the sale starts at 10:00am. If you are the winning bidder of a property at the sale today, be
sure and go to the Tax Office, see Mr. Gordon Robinson and get your Certificate of Eligibility. This is required for you to receive your Sheriff’s Deed. Please be advised that the
Minimum Bid is the past due taxes to be paid to the Galveston County Tax Office up until the date that the Order of Sale was filed, DO YOUR RESEARCH, taxes may be due
outside of taxes due at the sale, you will be responsible for paying any and all other taxes due on said property, including prior and current taxes as well.
The winning bidder must come to the Sheriff’s Office by 4:00pm today and pay in full, see Laura Honish the address is; 601 54th Street, Suite 1114 Galveston, TX. (409)
766-2312
If the winning bidder does not come in and pay by 4:00pm today, then the bid is forfeited and the Sheriff’s Office will resell the property again between the hours of 4:15pm
and 5:00pm at the Courthouse. If there is no bidder at the second sale, property is struck off to the taxing entity as Trustee.
Note: Rule 652. TRCP Purchaser failing to comply
If any person shall bid off property at any sale made by virtue of an execution, and shall fail to comply with the terms of the sale, he shall be liable to pay the plaintiff in execution
twenty per cent on the value of the property thus bid off, besides costs, to be recovered on motion, five days notice of such motion being given to such purchaser; and should the
property on a second sale bring less than the former, he shall be liable to pay to the defendant in execution all loss which he sustains thereby, to be recovered on motion as above
provided.
Payment method, cash, money order or cashier’s check made payable to Galveston County Sheriff’s Office. (Note) No personal or company checks will be accepted.
Also, you will need a separate money order / cashier’s check for $30.00 made payable to Dwight Sullivan, County Clerk for recording of the Sheriff’s Deed.
Again when bidding speak up and say your price, I do not recognize hand signals, use good bidding etiquette for your fellow bidders.
Also do your research before bidding on a piece of property!!! Last but not least (SILENCE YOUR CELL PHONES)
Thank you and Good Luck
GALVESTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Sales
Information & Procedures
WEBSITE: www.galvestonso.com
Sale #: 3 CONTINUED
LOT TWELVE (12), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT THIRTEEN (13), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT FOURTEEN (14), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT FIFTEEN (15), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT SIXTEEN (16), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT SEVENTEEN (17), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT EIGHTEEN (18), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT NINETEEN (19), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWENTY (20), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWENTY ONE (21), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEX-
AS, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS
IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWENTY TWO (22), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEX-
AS, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP RECORDS
IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWENTY THREE (23), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP
RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Account #:
Minimum Bid:$0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWENTY FOUR (24), BLOCK FIVE (5) OF EDGEWATER PARK, SECTION ONE (1), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS, ACCORDING TO MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN PLAT RECORD NO. 2006A, MAP NOS. 166 & 167, OF THE MAP
RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: EDGEWATER PARK-80, GULF STREAM LANE, BACLIFF
Sale #: 4 Sale Type: EXECUTION Cause #: CV-0068492 Court: CC3
Judgment Date: 11/12/2013 Order of Sale Date: 2/27/2014 Levy Date: 2/27/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Joe A.C. Fulcher
Style of Case: Ed White vs. Willis Turner
Defendants: Willis Turner
Account #:
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
GUIDRY PLACE (2001), ABST 179 JONES SHAW SUR, LOT 33, ACRES 0.194 LOT THIRTY-THREE (33) OF GUIDRY PLACE, A SUBDIVI-
SION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF, RECORDED IN VOLUME 18, PAGE 989 OF THE
MAP RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 1991 MATT DRIVE, CRYSTAL BEACH TEXAS, 77650
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GALVESTON COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Sheriff Sales
Sale Date: 5/6/2014
CONTINUED
Sale #: 7 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 09TX0613 Court: 10th
Judgment Date: 11/16/2012 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Thomas C. Sumrall, et al
Defendants: Galveston County, et al vs. Thomas C. Sumrall, et al
Account #: 6355-0000-0036-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT THIRTY-SIX & EAST 80 FEET OF LOT THIRTY-FIVE (36-1), SCRUGGS ADDITION, GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, SAID PROP-
ERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENTS RECORDED IN VOLUME 709, PAGE 545, VOLUME 713, PAGE 230;
VOLUME 713, PAGE 231; VOLUME 713, PAGE 232 AND VOLUME 715, PAGE 257, IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS OF GALVESTON
COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 16200 BLK HWY 6, SANTA FE
Sale #: 5 Sale Type: EXECUTION Cause #: CV-0066018 Court: CC2
Judgment Date: 7/25/2012 Order of Sale Date: 2/14/2014 Levy Date: 2/14/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: The Fuhr Law Firm
Style of Case: Countryside South Community Association, Inc. vs. Cesar Duran
Defendants: CESAR DURAN
Account #:
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT 12 AND THE WEST 1/2 OF LOT 11 IN BLOCK 82, GALVESTON OUTLOTS, IN THE CITY OF GALVESTON, GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 4418 AVE P 1/2, GALVESTON, 77550
Sale #: 6 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 05TX0559 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 8/26/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Ervin Smith, et al
Defendants: Ervin Smith, Annie Mae Smith, Eva Spencer, Nancie Fisher and Union Planters Bank, N.A.Successor-In-Interest to First Bank of La
Marque
Account #: 1225-0000-0165-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT ONE HUNDRED SIXTY-FIVE (165), IN THE THELMA D. ARMSTRONG EXTENSION, TEXAS CITY, DESCRIBED MORE PAR-
TICULARLY IN THE DEED RECORDED AT VOLUME 1175, PAGE 285 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 105 S WESTWARD, TEXAS CITY
Sale #: 8 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 11TX0215 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 8/26/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Texas City Independent School District, et al vs. Irma Patricia Chavez
Defendants: Irma Patricia Chavez
Account #: 7030-0616-0019-001
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
THE EAST 135 FEET OF LOT NINETEEN (19), BLOCK SIX HUNDRED SIXTEEN (616), TEXAS CITY , OUT OF THE D L RICHARD-
SON SURVEY , SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERK’S FILE NUMBER
2008038775 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 1611 22ND STREET NORTH, TEXAS CITY
Sale #: 9 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 11TX0247 Court: 10th
Judgment Date: 8/12/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Joseph A. Grant
Defendants: Joseph A. Grant
Account #: 4405-0000-0017-000 & 4405-0000-0017-002
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
THE NORTH 115 FEET OF LOTS SEVENTEEN (17) & EIGHTEEN (18), KOCH SUBDIVISION, TEXAS CITY , GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT FILM CODE NUMBER 007-32-
0961 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 2301 5TH AVENUE NORTH, TEXAS CITY
Sale #: 10 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 12TX0608 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 12/2/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Stray Investments, LLC 3, A Series of Stray Investments, LLC, et al
Defendants: Stray Investments, LLC 3, A Series of Stray Investments, LLC, Property Owners Association of Pointe West, Inc., Compass Bank and
Brinkmann Investments, Inc. dba Brinkmann Roofing Company
Account #: 5914-3000-0016-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT SIXTEEN (16), IN BLOCK ONE (1), OF POINTE WEST, SECTION THREE-C (3-C), A SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEX-
AS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 2006A, PAGE 236 IN THE OFFICIAL MAP RECORDS IN
THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 25711 BAY BREEZE DRIVE, GALVESTON
Sale #: 11 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 12TX0632 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 9/16/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/12/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Welcome Wilson, Sr., Individually and as Sole Shareholder of and Successor-In-Interest to Halifax
Corporation, et al
Defendants: Welcome Wilson, Sr., Individually and as Sole Shareholder of and Successor-In-Interest to Halifax Corporation and Mcginnes Industrial
Maintenence Corporation
Account #: 0082-0004-0000-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
J HARVEY SURVEY A-82, TRACT FOUR (4), APPROXIMATELY 27,00 ACRES, GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, SAID PROPERTY DE-
SCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN VOLUME 2513, PAGE 147, IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS
OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: HITCHCOCK
Sale #: 12 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0099 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 1/21/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Ronald Lane Anderson, et al
Defendants: Ronald Land Anderson aka Ronald Anderson aka Ronald L. Anderson, Denise Anderson, Countryside Homeowner Association, Inc.,
and United States Of America ex relatione Department of Treasury-Internal Revenue Service
Account #: 2655-0034-0013-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: LOTS THIRTEEN (13) AND FOURTEEN (14), IN BLOCK THIRTY-FOUR (34), OF CLIFTON BY THE SEA, A SUBDIVISION IN
GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 254, PAGE 61 IN THE OFFI-
CIAL MAP RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: TRACT 1: 4819 3RD STREET, BACLIFF
Account #: 2655-0034-0011-000 & 2655-0034-0015-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 2: LOTS ELEVEN (11) AND TWELVE (12), IN BLOCK THIRTY-FOUR (34), OF CLIFTON BY THE SEA, A SUBDIVISION IN GALVE-
STON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECOREDED IN VOLUME 254, PAGE 61 IN THE OFFICIAL
MAP RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: TRACT 2 & 3: BACLIFF
Account #: 2655-0034-0015-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 3: LOTS FIFTEEN (15) AND SIXTEEN (16), IN BLOCK THIRTY-FOUR (34), OF CLIFTON BY THE SEA, A SUBDIVISION IN
GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 254, PAGE 61 IN THE OF-
FICIAL MAP RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: BACLIFF
Sale #: 13 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0190 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 10/21/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Kathryn Delois Perry
Defendants: Kathryn Delois Perry
Account #: 0197-0018-0000-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
A TRACT OR PARCEL OUT OF THE T TOBY SURVEY , KNOWN COMMONLY AS TAX TRACT EIGHTEEN (18), SAID PROPERTY BEING
2.786 ACRES MORE OR LESS, AND BEING MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT VOLUME 3173, PAGE 872 IN
THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: S. BELL DRIVE, TEXAS CITY
Sale #: 14 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0214 Court: 212th
Judgment Date: 9/19/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Wayne Toliver, et al
Defendants: Wayne Toliver, Janette Toliver and Gilmer National Bank
Account #: 2900-0001-0009-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOTS NINE (9), TEN (10), ELEVEN (11) AND TWELVE (12), IN BLOCK ONE (1) OF CRYSTAL BEACH TOWNSITE, A SUBDIVISION IN
GALVESTON COUNTY, TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 254-A, PAGE 74 IN THE OF-
FICIAL MAP RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 888 CRYSTAL BEACH ROAD, BOLIVAR
Sale #: 15 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0228 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 9/10/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. A. Joseph Donahue, Jr. aka Joseph Anderson Donhue, Jr., et al
Defendants: A. Joseph Donahue, Jr., aka Joseph Anderson Donhue, Jr.
Account #: 5182-0185-0011-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOTS ELEVEN (11) AND TWELVE (12) IN BLOCK ONE HUNDRED EIGHTY-FIVE (185), OF MOORES ADDITION TO DICKINSON, SAID
PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERK’S FILE NUMBER 2004041014 IN THE
OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 2410 26TH STREET, DICKINSON
Sale #: 16 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0303 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 9/16/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Gregory Halldane Wilson
Defendants: Gregory Halldane Wilson
Account #: 7628-0000-0002-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT ‘B’, OF WILCOX UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION, IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTIC-
ULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERK’S FILE NUMBER 8722719 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE
OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 210 S PECAN DRIVE, TEXAS CITY
Sale #: 17 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0318 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 7/31/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Juan Manual Flores, et al
Defendants: Juan Manuel Flores
Account #: 5090-0000-0012-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT TWELVE (12) IN MEADOW PLACE, IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY
IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERK’S FILE NUMBER 2007067218 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF
THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ALONG WITH A MOBILE HOME, SERIAL NUMBER 50304749 LOCATED
THEREON
Address/Location per GCAD: 6715 MEADOW PLACE DRIVE, HITCHCOCK
Sale #: 18 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0355 Court: 212th
Judgment Date: 7/30/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Frederica Ray, et al
Defendants: Galveston County, et al vs. Frederica Ray, et al
Account #: 3505-0280-0006-001

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
THE SOUTH 68 FEET OF LOT SEVEN (7) AND THE SOUTHEAST PART OF LOT SIX (6), ALONG WITH THE NORTH ONE-HALF (N 1/2) OF
THE ADJACENT ALLEY, IN BLOCK TWO HUNDRED EIGHTY (280), IN THE CITY AND COUNTY OF GALVESTON, TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 811 40TH STREET, GALVESTON
Sale #: 19 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0378 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 8/26/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Wells Fargo Bank National Association
Defendants: Wells Fargo Bank National Association
Account #: 4113-0000-0054-000

Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOT FIFTY-FOUR (54) OF HUNTER CAMP UNRECORDED SUBDIVISION, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICULARLY IN
THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERKS FILE NUMBER 2008001957 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE
COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 7204 E HUNTER, FREDDIESVILLE
Sale #: 20 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0405 Court: 212th
Judgment Date: 9/19/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Maria M. Guzman
Defendants: Maria M. Guzman
Account #: 7724-0000-0021-000 & 7724-0000-0023-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOTS TWENTY-ONE (21), & TWENTY-THREE (23) OF WITTJEN SUBDIVISION #6, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE PARTICU-
LARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERKS FILE NUMBER 2004046025 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE OFFICE
OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 4600 BLK N, RAILROAD HITCHCOCK
Sale #: 21 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0472 Court: 10th
Judgment Date: 8/28/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/13/2014 Levy Date: 3/17/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Linebarger
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. James Hubbard, et al
Defendants: James Hubbard
Account #: 6240-0145-0023-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
LOTS TWENTY-THREE (23) AND TWENTY-FOUR (24), IN BLOCK ONE HUNDRED FORTY-FIVE (145), IN SAN LEON TOWNSITE, A
SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 254-A,
PAGE 20 AND TRANSFERRED TO PLAT RECORD 18, MAP NO. 32, BOTH IN THE OFFICIAL MAP RECORDS IN THE OFFICE OF THE
COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 521 AVENUE H, SAN LEON
Sale #: 22 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 09TX0520 Court: 212th
Judgment Date: 7/28/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/18/2014 Levy Date: 3/18/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Perdue
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Richard J. Croft, Jr,, et al
Defendants: Richard J. Croft, Jr., Cecelia P. Joswiak aka Cecelia P. Croft aka Cecelia J. Croft, Betty Croft, In Rem Only, Richard Croft, Sr., In Rem
Only, United States of America, In Rem Only, First National Bank of Alvin, In Rem Only
Account #: 1200-0057-0001-003
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: PART OF LOT ONE (1-3), BLOCK FIFTY-SEVEN (57), ARCADIA TOWNSITE, GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, SAID PROPERTY
BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN FILM CODE #002-47-1189 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED
RECORDS OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 3601 ELM ST, SANTA FE TEXAS
Sale #: 23 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 10TX0513 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 8/13/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/18/2014 Levy Date: 3/18/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Perdue
Style of Case: Dickinson Independent School District vs. Stephen Lee Haubert
Defendants: Stephen Lee Haubert, In Rem Only, John H. Garb, In Rem Only, all unknown heirs, successors or assigns, or other unknown owners,
adverse claimants owning or claiming any legal or equitable interest in and to such property, Lois F. Garb, In Rem Only, all unknown heirs, suc-
cessors or assigns, or other unknown owners, adverse claimants owning or claiming any legal or equitable interest in and to such property, Barbara
Stroble, In Rem Only, Alice Smith, In Rem Only, James Garb, In Rem Only, Patricia Fountian, In Rem Only
Account #: 2655-0069-0005-001
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: THE NORTH SEVENTY FEET (N 70’) OF LOTS FIVE (5) AND SIX (6), IN BLOCK SIXTY-NINE (69), OF CLIFTON BY THE
SEA, ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 253, PAGE 51, OF THE MAP RECORDS OF GALVESTON
COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 4810 7TH ST, BACLIFF TEXAS
Sale #: 24 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 11TX0502 Court: 405th
Judgment Date: 2/14/2014 Order of Sale Date: 3/18/2014 Levy Date: 3/18/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Perdue
Style of Case: Dickinson Independent School District vs. William R. Dyer, et al
Defendants: William R. Dryer, all unknown heirs, successors or assigns, or other unknown owners, adverse claimants owning or claiming any legal
or equitable interest in and to such property
Account #: 1955-0000-0092-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: LOT NINETY TWO (92) OF REVISED PLAT OF BRIAR GLEN, SECTION ONE (1), PHASE II, IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 15, PAGE 85, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF
GALVESTON, TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 5310 HONEYVINE DR, DICKINSON TEXAS
Sale #: 25 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0082 Court: 122nd
Judgment Date: 4/16/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/18/2014 Levy Date: 3/18/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Perdue
Style of Case: Galveston County, et al vs. Michael Anzualda
Defendants: Michael Anzualda
Account #: 1095-0000-0329-005
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: PART OF LOT THREE HUNDRED TWENTY-NINE (329), OF ALTA LOMA OUTLOTS, SAID PROPERTY DESCRIBED MORE
PARTICULARLY IN THE INSTRUMENT RECORDED AT CLERK’S FILE NUMBER 2011011709 IN THE OFFICIAL DEED RECORDS IN THE
OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS
Address/Location per GCAD: 5327 AVE P, SANTA FE, TX
Sale #: 26 Sale Type: TAX Cause #: 13TX0308 Court: 56th
Judgment Date: 12/16/2013 Order of Sale Date: 3/18/2014 Levy Date: 3/18/2014 Posting Date: 4/4/2014
Atty For Plaintiff: Perdue
Style of Case: Dickinson Independent Schcool District vs. Melanee Ray Hood
Defendants: Melanee Ray Hood
Account #: 2655-0134-0046-000
Minimum Bid: $0
Notes:
Legal Description
TRACT 1: LOTS 46, 47 AND 48 OF BLOCK 134, ABSTRACT 164, CLIFTON BY THE SEA SUBDIVISION IN GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS,
ACCORDING TO THE MAP OR PLAT THEREOF RECORDED IN VOLUME 254, PAGE 61, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY CLERK OF
GALVESTON COUNTY , TEXAS, AND COMMONLY REFERRED TO AND KNOWN AS 2212 AVE A, BACLIFF, GALVESTON COUNTY ,
TEXAS 77518
Address/Location per GCAD: 1121 AVE A, BACLIFF TX 77518
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LOCAL SPORTS NOTES
By Brandon C.
Williams for
The Post
The warmer weather has
led to more home runs in the
Texas City Major League, as
10 have been hit in the month
of April.
Both Mathew Deering and
Conor Higgs of the Rangers
have
hit
two
this
month.
Deering homered on April 3
and on April 7, where both he
and Higgs went deep. Higgs
also went yard on April 17.
The duo share the league lead
with three home runs apiece.
Also homering in April:
*Mark
LeDoux
(Astros),
April 7.
*Joel Herrera (Mets), April 10.
*Johnny
Valdez
(Astros),
April 10.
*Rayshaun Smith (Phillies),
April 10.
*Jackson
Wray
(Phillies),
April 10.
*Marcus Ruiz (Phillies), April 15.
Football
Open registration
for the
2014 Dickinson Gators and
Sapphires will be held April
26 from 9 am to 1 pm at
Dickinson ’s
Faith
Lutheran
Church.
Players,
drill
and
cheer members who did not
sign up before April 12 will
have to wait
in
line at the
open registration and are not
guaranteed a spot.
Open registration for new
players for the 2014 Santa Fe
Braves will be held on April 26
from 9 am to 1 pm at Braves
Field. Fees will be $300 for
both football and drill team;
mini pom-pom will be $160
with a $50 concession deposit.
An original birth certificate
will be required.
The Santa Fe Braves will also
have a Movie Night on April
26,
as
the
Academy-Award
nominated
Frozen
will
be
played at Braves Field begin-
ning at 7 pm. Tickets will be
$5 for adults and $3 for kids,
while a concession stand will
also
be available. For more
information on both events,
go online at http://www.san-
tafebraves.com/
For
more
information,
go
online
at
http://www.
leaguelineup.com/welcome.
asp?url=dickinsongators.
The La Marque Tigers foot-
ball team will hold registration
on April 26 at Mahan Park
(2701 Woodland) from 9 am
to 1 pm. For more informa-
tion, go online at http://www.
leaguelineup.com/welcome.
asp?url=lmtigergad.
Texas City ’s move to District
23-5A will present the Stings
with at
least
three Thursday
night games this football season.
Coach Leland Surovik’s
squad will play all three games
at Sugar Land’s Kenneth Hall
Stadium, with
the
first
one
coming
against
Fort
Bend
Marshall on October 2. Texas
City will also play Thursday
night
contests
against
Willowridge on October 23
and against Fort Bend Bush
for the regular season finale on
November 6.
The Stingarees will begin
the
2014
regular
season at
home against Friendswood on
August 29.
Santa Fe will not play a
Thursday game
this
season;
the Indians will begin their
regular
season at Alvin on
August 29.
Baseball/Softball
Games
in the Texas City
Little League that were post-
poned due to inclimate weath-
er on April 14 have now been
changed to new dates.
Pee Wee-2 games will
now be played on April
30, while T-Ball games will
be made up on April 26
at
Godard Park on both
the minor and major league
fields. The first game will
begin at 2 pm, with
the
second starting at 3:15 pm.
Texas City Little League
Baseball is searching for one
manager
in the Minor divi-
sion and two managers for the
Coach Pitch division. If you
are interested in managing a
team, call or text at (409) 771-
0641 or email at tclittlelea-
gue@yahoo.com
Registration is now closed
for the 2014 Texas City Little
League Baseball
season, but
players can be added to a wait-
ing list by emailing tclittlelea-
gue@yahoo.com or calling or
texting (409) 771-0641 ASAP .
The La Marque/West Texas
City Little League Baseball/
Softball Association
is
hold-
ing late registration for boys
and girls interested in playing
this season. Prices are $75 for
T-Ball/Softball (ages 4-6), $85
for
Minor League Baseball/
Softball
(ages
7-10),
$85
for
Major League Baseball/
Softball
(ages
10-12)
and
$125
for
Juniors
Baseball
(ages 13-14). There will be an
additional $20 late fee.
Those looking to support
the
Santa Fe Little League
Baseball Organization can go
online
to
the
organization ’s
site and shop for popular mag-
azines, jewelry, cookie dough
and
the
National
Savings
Card, which offers discounts
at over 150,000 retailers. The
league will be able to keep up
to 40% of each sale.
Interested parties can go
to www.eteamz.com/santafell/
supportourteam.com.
The League City Little League
Baseball Organization is look-
ing for a teen who would like to
work in the concession stand or
an experienced scorekeeper who
would like to cover press box
duty for parents willing to pay.
For more information, contact
Concession
Director
Darrell
McNair (ddmc50@yahoo.com,
713-249-6063). Workers must
be at least 14 years old. Only
teens pre-approved, trained and
on McNair ’s list are eligible to
work in the concession stand so
have them get in contact today.
Soccer
The Galveston County Youth
Soccer will have a manda-
tory meeting for all future and
present competitive coaches
and trainers on April 25 at
Texas City’s
Nessler Center
beginning at 6:30 pm. The
league
will
be
going
over
changes
that
are
happening
in the club for the 2014 sea-
son. For more information, go
online at gcysoccer.org.