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Upcoming heart cart visits include:
• Thursday, Jan. 9 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Central time) at IU Health Medical Offices at
LifeWorks Business Park, 3777 N. Frontage
Road Suite 500, in Michigan City
• Thursday, Jan. 23 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Central time) at the IU Health La Porte Heart
& Vascular Center, 901 Lincolnway, Suite 103,
in La Porte
• Thursday, Jan. 30 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Central time) at IU Health Starke Hospital,
102 E. Culver Road first floor conference
room, in Knox
• Thursday, Feb. 6 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Central time) at IU Health Medical Offices at
LifeWorks Business Park, 3777 N. Frontage
Road Suite 500, in Michigan City
• Thursday, Feb. 20 from 7:30 to 11:30 a.m.
(Central time) at the IU Health La Porte Heart
& Vascular Center, 901 Lincolnway, Suite 103,
in La Porte
• Thursday, Feb. 27 from 8:30 am to 12:30
pm (Eastern time) at IU Health Primary Care
at LifePlex, 2855 Miller Drive Suite 117, in
Plymouth
• Thursday, March 13 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at IU Health Medical Offices
at LifeWorks Business Park, 3777 N. Frontage
Road Suite 500, in Michigan City
• Thursday, March 20 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at the IU Health La Porte
Heart & Vascular Center, 901 Lincolnway,
Suite 103, in La Porte
• Thursday, March 27 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at IU Health Starke Hospital,
102 E. Culver Road first floor conference
room, in Knox pre-registration is required.
The service is now available at an even
lower cost — only $50 for tests normally cost-
ing in excess of $1,200. Participants may pay
by cash, check, money order or credit card. In
order to offer this service at a discount to the
community, IU Health does not bill insurance
for the services. Participants are responsible for
payment in full.
Space is limited. For more information or to
register call toll-free 800-235-6204, ext. 2626.
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The Review
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Plymouth, IN 46563, 574-936-3101
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Vol. 48 December 31, 2013 No. 52
The Leader Editor . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Patrick
Managing Editor . . . . . . . . Lois Tomaszewski
Production/IT Manager. . . . .Greg Hildebrand
Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . Cindy Stockton
Acounting Manager . . . . . . . . Judi Miller
Circulation Manager . . . . . . . . Ashley Han-Hissong
INDIANAPOLIS – Ancilla College,
Indiana’s only private, Associate’s Degree
granting college, has been awarded a $1 million
grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. The grant is
one of 39 provided by the Endowment to the
state’s accredited colleges and universities as
part of its Initiative to Expand Opportunities
Through Educational Collaborations.
The grants, totaling $62.7 million, will pro-
vide a significant boost to the schools’ efforts
to enhance and expand opportunities for col-
lege graduates to find meaningful employment
in Indiana.
“We are very excited to receive this grant
and appreciate the Endowment’s long sup-
port of education in Indiana,” Dr. Joanna F.
Blount, dean of academic and student services
at Ancilla, said.
Ancilla will implement a three-pronged
approach to enhancing educational opportuni-
ties for its students.
“Pathways for high school students that
decrease the time it takes them to complete
degrees, internships that enhance skill develop-
ment and lead to paid positions, and seamless
transitions for students who transfer to senior
institutions,” Blount said.
“We plan to do this by enhancing dual credit
and early bird opportunities with local high
schools and implementing two computer infor-
mation systems degrees that lead to certifica-
tions in networking and web development,”
she said.
The college will also work with regional
employers to develop internship opportunities.
“Our ultimate goal is to increase college
completion, provide internships for stu-
dents and employers, and keep local talent in
Indiana,” she said.
Also, as part of the grant, Ancilla is devel-
oping a northern Indiana regional Healthcare
Training Center that will offer healthcare-relat-
ed certificates like Certified Nursing Assistant
(CNA) and Qualified Medication Aide (QMA)
programs.
“In talking with the Nursing Advisory
Committee and other healthcare providers in
Marshall and Starke counties, we heard that
it costs a great deal for employers to train an
individual who often leaves after a short time
on the job,” Blount said.
“This is problematic for small employ-
ers who are dedicated to providing qual-
ity service. Offering certificates is one way
to increase employment opportunities while
expanding the workforce for healthcare pro-
viders. We plan to provide cost effective train-
ing for facilities who utilize CNA and QMA
trained staff,” Blount said.
For more than a decade, through its Initiative
to Promote Opportunities Through Educational
Collaborations, the Endowment has awarded
grants to Indiana colleges and universities to
pursue activities that improve the job prospects
of college graduates in the state.
While progress has been made, particularly
through expanded internship opportunities and
more robust career placement offices, Indiana
college graduates continue to have difficulty
finding jobs within the state that are suitable to
individuals holding a bachelor’s degree.
“Despite a steady supply of four-year college
graduates, Indiana ranks very low among the
states in the percentage of its adult working-
age population that has a bachelor’s degree,
and the state’s average per capita income rank-
ing also is unacceptable,” said Sara B. Cobb,
vice president for education at the Endowment.
“The Endowment has become increasingly
concerned about the implications of these sta-
tistics and their potential impact on the state’s
future prosperity,” she said.
All 39 colleges and universities, including
Ancilla, submitted promising proposals to help
improve the job prospects of college graduates
in Indiana. These grant funds will enable the
schools to pursue a broad range of activities
that span all points on the college to career
spectrum.
“We are encouraged by the variety of
thoughtful programs that colleges and univer-
sities proposed,” Cobb said. “These activities
have the potential to increase significantly the
number of Indiana college graduates who find
satisfying job opportunities in the state.”
Lilly Endowment gives $1 million to Ancilla College
Couch theater -- DVD previews
By Sam Struckhoff
Willa Holland in “Tiger Eyes”
PICKS OF THE WEEK
“Closed Circuit” (R) --
After a fctional terrorist
attack in London, the trial
of the only surviving at-
tacker stirs up a stinky
aroma of government
conspiracy and corrup-
tion. The key piece of evi-
dence for the prosecution
is so classifed that the
defense can’t see it. Only
Claudia (Rebecca Hall)
-- a special court person
-- can view the top-secret
evidence and advise the
defense. The defense at-
torney (Eric Bana) turns
out to be an ex-lover.
With all of that plot-
twisting, the flm would
have to be a taut, para-
noia-inducing thriller to
keep you engaged. Well
it’s not, and it doesn’t.
The gray-clad leads don’t
bring a lot of chemistry
to the screen. Every other
piece of dialog is devoted
to explaining the plot.
“Tiger Eyes” (PG-13) --
Davey (Willa Holland) is
a 17-year-old girl who’s
been dealt a blow. She’s
new to the town of Los
Alamos, N.M. (birth-
place of the atom bomb),
her father’s murder still
has some loose ends, her
mother has withdrawn
into grief and her pushy
aunt is trying to fll the
void. The flm follows
her journey to make sense
of it all -- with help from
Wolf (Tatanka Means), a
mysterious local.
This is the frst novel
by best-selling author
Judy Blume to make it
to flm. Directed by her
son, Lawrence Blume, the
flm preserves the book’s
thoughtful pacing and
quiet appreciation of the
landscape. The story cap-
tures the drama of trying
to grow up while dealing
with loss.
“The Act of Killing” --
During Indonesia’s vio-
lent revolution in 1965,
Anwar Congo orches-
trated the execution of as
many as 1 million people.
When this documentary
fnds him, he’s a kindly
old grandfather with plen-
ty of money and no guilt
about his past. The docu-
mentary director offers
Congo a great opportuni-
ty: He and his friends can
star in and direct campy
Hollywood-style short
flms about their exploits
in the ‘60s. Watch as a
mass murderer faces his
past crimes -- which he
says bring him no remorse
-- and gradually comes to
realize what he is.
“Birth of the Living
Dead” -- Zombies have a
cold, rigid grip on man-
kind’s collective imagi-
nation, and George A.
Romero’s “The Night
of the Living Dead” de-
serves a lot of the credit
for that. It was a cheap
fick in black and white
(out of fashion for 1968),
made in the backwoods
and backyards of small-
town Pennsylvania. This
documentary sits down
with the flmmaker, who
gets enthusiastic about
the production stories like
he’s back there with his
makeshift crew all over
again. The flm also ex-
plores the social context,
connecting the low-bud-
get monster-movie phe-
nomenon with the social
tides of the time.
TV RELEASES
“Top of the Lake”
“Archer: The Complete
Season Four”
“Duck Dynasty Season 4”
“Copper: Season 2”
“The Following: The
Complete First Season”
“Being Human: Complete
Third Season”
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Discounted cardiovascular
offered by IU Health
• Thursday, Feb. 27 from 8:30 am to 12:30
pm (Eastern time) at IU Health Primary Care
at LifePlex, 2855 Miller Drive Suite 117, in
Plymouth
• Thursday, March 13 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at IU Health Medical Offices
at LifeWorks Business Park, 3777 N. Frontage
Road Suite 500, in Michigan City
• Thursday, March 20 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at the IU Health La Porte
Heart & Vascular Center, 901 Lincolnway,
Suite 103, in La Porte
• Thursday, March 27 from 7:30 am to 11:30
am (Central time) at IU Health Starke Hospital,
102 E. Culver Road first floor conference
room, in Knox pre-registration is required.
The service is now available at an even
lower cost — only $50 for tests normally cost-
ing in excess of $1,200. Participants may pay
by cash, check, money order or credit card. In
order to offer this service at a discount to the
community, IU Health does not bill insurance
for the services. Participants are responsible for
payment in full.
Space is limited. For more information or to
register call toll-free 800-235-6204, ext. 2626.
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Rosa’s
Resale
204 Lane St., North Judson
Hrs: Mon-Fri 11 to 5
Sat 10 to 2
574-896-0420
Stoves
Couches
Furnaces
Games
Chairs
Tables
Knick Knacks
Large & Small Appliances
Records • Tapes • Movies • Books
Some Furniture • Crafts • Toys
Floral Arrangements
Porcelain Dolls
Several Army Uniforms
Household Items
Some Clothing Infants-Adults
Will pick up used appliances in working order free
of charge and leave a $25 Rosa’s Gift Certificate
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LOST: Man’s Masonic ring. If
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STRANGE BUT TRUE
by Samantha Weaver
• It was noted wit Ambrose Bierce who
defned an egotist as “a person more in-
terested in himself than in me.”
• If you could go back in time and sam-
ple a beer from the 1700s, you would
fnd it to be signifcantly stronger than
similar libations that are served today.
The higher alcohol content helped the
brew survive the long voyage from
England to colonial India.
• Those who study such things say that
roughly half of American women re-
move hair from their bikini area. Per-
haps unsurprisingly, as women age,
they become less likely to keep up the
shaving or waxing, with only 19 per-
cent of women aged 50-plus doing so.
In Brazil, though, the practice is far
more widespread; there, 65 percent of
women in the 50-plus age group report-
ed bikini hair removal.
• The average horse will produce 10
gallons of saliva every day.
• Historians claim that President John
Quincy Adams kept a pet alligator in a
White House bathroom. He reportedly
was amused when unsuspecting guests
had to make a trip to the loo.
• I wouldn’t be surprised if you’ve
never heard the word “pilgarlic” -- it’s
not a term you hear every day. Its literal
meaning is “peeled garlic,” but collo-
quially it was once used to describe a
bald-headed person.
• In the U.S. in 1900, imported perfume
was taxed at a higher rate than imported
opium.
• If you are planning a trip to Hawaii,
you might want to go to the Sea Life
Park on Oahu. There you can see a rare
creature: the wolphin. This cross be-
tween a killer whale and a bottle-nosed
dolphin also reportedly exists in the
wild, but I imagine they’re a bit more
diffcult to fnd.
Starke • The Review December 31, 2013 – page 5
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The Oregon - Davis Lady Bobcats were pretty in pink during the annual Coached for Cancer fundraiser. OD coaches
raised $3400 for the event.
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Kranenburg, Ashley Clark, Jessica Averone, Ashley Campbell, Haley Collings, Caitlyn Hall, Madie Taylor, Fred
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‘13 Dodge Avenger SE #12425
New Car Smell, 35+ MPG, Sporty
$
214/MO.
‘13 Chevy Captiva LT
Like New, Affordable, Great MPG #12448
$
279/MO.
‘03 Pontiac Grand Prix GT
Cheap Payment s, Great 1st Car #C3036698B
$
99/MO.
‘05 Chevy Silverado 2500HD
Duramax! 4x4, Ready to Work #12396
$
410/MO.
‘12 Volkswagen Passat SE
Leather, Black On Black, German Engineering #12423
$
261/MO.
‘03 Saturn Ion 2 #12259A
30+ mpg, Manual Trans, Sunroof
$
186/MO.
‘11 Dodge Charger R/T
AWD, Toxic Orange, Leather, Hemi #12304
$
449/MO.
‘10 Ford Fusion Sport #11631
Sunroof, Sporty, Ford Fuel Economy
$
276/MO.
‘09 Jeep Patriot #12273
35 mpg, Brilliant Black, Non Smoker
$
189/MO.
‘12 Ford Fiesta SES
40 MPG, Like New #12101
$
250/MO.
‘09 Pontiac Vibe GT
30 MPG, Sporty, Sunroof #12241
$
247/MO.
‘11 Ram 1500 SLT
4x4 NewBody Style, CrewCab #12156
$
377/MO.
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Credit programs available for nearly everyone.
‘11 Ford Escape XLT
Roomy, Great On Gas, Sangria Red #12317
$
260/MO.
‘12 Volkswagen Jetta SE
Like New, Tornado Red, Leather #12149
$
263/MO.
‘06 Jeep Wrangler Sport
Special Edition, 4x4, 4.0L #12285
$
309/MO.
‘08 GMC Canyon 2WD
Crew Cab, 4 Cyl., 24 MPG #12252
$
215/MO.
‘04 Chevy Tahoe LT Local trade, 4x4,
3rdrowseating, Lotsof room&veryaffordable #11212a
$
240/MO.
‘09 Dodge Ram 1500 SLT
Beautiful Truck, Flame Red, Crew Cab #12324
$
315/MO.
‘06 Saturn Relay 2
Third Row, DVD, V6 #12048
$
169/MO.
‘10 Nissan Altima S Coupe
Here is one sporty, stylish, and sleek, luxury 2 door #11788
$
299/MO.
‘13 Chevy Impala LS
2013! Victory Red, Low Miles #12249
$
240/MO.
‘06 GMC Sierra 1500 SLT
Leather, Dvd, Sunroof, 4X4 #12309A
$
271/MO.
‘12 Jeep Liberty Limited
4x4, Leather, Sunroof #12188
$
344/MO.
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Local Trade, Great MPG, Affordable
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$
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‘11 Jeep Liberty Sport
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$
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‘08 Nissan Rogue SL
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LOWELL — The message on voicemail said
a warrant would be issued for his arrest if he
did not call back immediately. Unfortunately,
the caller, who claimed he was a deputy from
the Indiana State Police warrant division, didn’t
realize that the person he called back was an
actual detective with the Indiana State Police.
It seems as quickly as you hear about one
scam it disappears and another one starts. The
latest scam that is circulating involves an indi-
vidual claiming to be from a law enforcement
agency. The scammer typically threatens to
arrest the victim if they don’t pay the fines for
some fabricated crime or debt. To make mat-
ters worse the crooks often have some personal
information about the victim, which make them
seem more legitimate.
Recently, the state police have received com-
plaints about this scam. A state police detective
investigating the complaint turned the tables on
the scammer and called him. The man claim-
ing to work for the Indiana State Police didn’t
answer so the detective left a message and the
man called back. The scammer proceeded to
tell the detective that he had a warrant for his
arrest. He explained that in order to take care of
it and avoid being arrested at work the detective
would need to buy two green dot money packs
for $1,000 and then call him back with the
account number. The conversation that lasted
more than 30 minutes eventually ended after
the scammer was fully convinced that he was
talking to the police.
"The investigation in this case is ongoing.
But more than likely, it will turn into a dead
end," said Sergeant Trent Smith. In this scam
case, as with most of them, the calls are origi-
nating from cell phones all over the U.S. and
tracking down the 21st century con artist is
no easy task. The state police feel that a well-
informed public is the best defense in combat-
ing scammers and remind everyone that an
influx in this type of crime is often seen during
the holiday season.
Indiana State Police warn about
scammers threatening arrests
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574-772-7338
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Vintage Ford Parts for sale 1930’s-1990’s & High Performance parts for sale
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Automobile • Motorcycle • ATV • Diesel
Repair, Service, Sales, Tires, Performance Modifications
Snowplowing
Available
590 West Jefferson St.
Culver
(Corner of 17 & Jefferson)
Open M-F 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m.-12 p.m. • Sun Closed
$19.99
Oil Change
Fuel System
Cleaning
$69.99
*Standard Vehicle
Standard Disc Brake
Service
Starting at $99.99 per axle
Drum Brakes
starting at $129.99 per axle
Preventative Vehicle
Inspection
$9.99 with free tire rotation
Diesel Repair & Performance Mods Available
Grand Opening Specials Expire January 30, 2014
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Apartments for Rent
CULVER SMALL 1BR,
$365/monthly includes water.
No pets. (219)405-5317
GREAT 2 bedroom 2 bath
apartment with 2 car garage at
Garden View Condominiums.
525 S. Michigan St. Seniors
only. 574-936-4487.
KNOX: 1 and 2BR apartments,
staring at $450/month plus utili-
ties/deposit Stove/fridge fur-
nished. no smoking/pets
574-207-4491
Mallard Lake
Apartments
December special for 2
bedroom unitsOnly $49 for
December rent with 1 year
lease.
Holloway Drive
574-936-0004
Penthouse:
OVER 3,000 SQ FT!
3 BR & 2 BA one level
Perfect for live-in help
*Elevator to your door*
Heat & Hot water included
574-936-3496
1200
Apartments for Rent
2 BR, 1 BR, Studios
FREE RENT Specials!
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NAPPANEE: 605 SHORT,
2BR/1BA, remodeled 5years
ago, ni ce- yar d, shed,
c u l - d e - s a c s t r e e t .
(574)305-4858
PLUM STREET
VILLAS
2 bedroom units with garage.
Brand new.
All appliances furnished
574-936-4487
PLYMOUTH: WELL main-
tained 1BR, utilities included,
weekly/monthly plus deposit.
No animals. (574)952-3155
1205
Houses for Rent
MONTEREY/ BASS LAKE
Area, 3BR/2BA, appliances,
draperies, new carpet on 10
acres. No smoking or pets.
Lease/ secur i t y deposi t .
$750/month. (219)746-1267
PLYMOUTH AREA: 4BR w/2
full-bath, all appliances, 2-car
garage. Very Nice! Service ani-
mals only. (574)952-0604
1207
Duplex for Rent
NICE CLEAN upstairs 2BR.
Stove/fridge furnished. No
washer / dr yer hook- up.
$450/ mont h, i nc l udes
water/sewer/trash.
(574)952-5563
1230
Office Space/Rent/
OFFICE AND commercial
space for lease, Downtown Ply-
mouth. We will not be under-
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1245
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Stop in or go to www.millersautoinc.com
for easy one page application
680 N. US 35, Knox, IN
574-772-7338
Call today! 574-249-2451
Vintage Ford Parts for sale 1930’s-1990’s & High Performance parts for sale
FREE USED OIL DROP OFF
Automobile • Motorcycle • ATV • Diesel
Repair, Service, Sales, Tires, Performance Modifications
Snowplowing
Available
590 West Jefferson St.
Culver
(Corner of 17 & Jefferson)
Open M-F 9 a.m.-6 p.m.
Sat 9 a.m.-12 p.m. • Sun Closed
$19.99
Oil Change
Fuel System
Cleaning
$69.99
*Standard Vehicle
Standard Disc Brake
Service
Starting at $99.99 per axle
Drum Brakes
starting at $129.99 per axle
Preventative Vehicle
Inspection
$9.99 with free tire rotation
Diesel Repair & Performance Mods Available
Grand Opening Specials Expire January 30, 2014
KNOX SCHOOLS
LUNCH MENU
January 6-10
Nichols & Wallsmith
54 East Washington St., Knox, IN
Telephone:574-772-2900
High School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: PEANUT BUTTER WAFER, YOGURT
WEDNESDAY: SAUSAGE BISCUIT
THURSDAY: POPTART
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE GRAVY & BISCUIT
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: STEAK BURGER, CROSS CROSS
SWEET POTATOES, CELERY & CAR-
ROT STICKS & DIP, NANTUCKET
BLEND, APPLESAUCE
WEDNESDAY: QUESADILLA, LETTUCE & TOMATO,
CHEESE CUP, REFRIED BEANS,
SPANISH RICE, STEAMED BROC-
COLI, PEACHES
THURSDAY: CHICKEN FRIED STEAK, MASHED
POTATOES, CHICKEN GRAVY,
STEAMED CORN, MALIBU BLEND,
PINEAPPLE CUP, SLICED BREAD
FRIDAY: PEPPERONI PIZZA, GARDEN SALAD,
GREEN BEANS, PARISIAN CARROTS,
PEARS
Middle School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: BLUEBERRY WAFFLES
WEDNESDAY: BISCUITS/GRAVY
THURSDAY: BREAKFAST BAGEL
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE EGG MUFFIN
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: PORK TENDERLOIN/BUN, SWEET
POTATO FRIES, CELERY STICKS/
PEANUT BUTTER, PEARS
WEDNESDAY: CHICKEN FAJITAS, REFRIED BEANS,
BROCCOLI, PEACHES, CHURRO
THURSDAY: RAVIOLI, TEXAS GARLIC TOAST,
SIDE SALAD, PEAS, APPLESAUCE
FRIDAY: PEPPERONI PIZZA, BAKED CHEE-
TOS, GREEN BEANS, CARROT
STICKS, BLUE RASP SLUSHIE
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: JUICE, POWER ALLEY BAR, CRACKERS
WEDNESDAY: JUICE, BREAKFAST SLIDERS
THURSDAY: JUICE, PANCAKE ON A STICK
FRIDAY: JUICE, WAFFLES
MONDAY: NO SCHOOL
TUESDAY: CORN DOG, POTATOES, CORN,
MIXED FRUIT
WEDNESDAY: QUESADILLA, NACHO CHIPS, BROC-
COLI, APPLESAUCE
THURSDAY: CHICKEN NUGGETS, WHIPPED
POTATOES, GRAVY/BREAD, GREEN
BEANS, PINEAPPLE
FRIDAY: PIZZA, POTATOES, CARROTS/DIP,
FRESH FRUIT, COOKIE SALE UPPER
Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Menu
North Judson-
San Pierre
School Menus
January 6-10
BREAKFAST
Monday No School
Tuesday Breakfast Pizza,
Juice
Wednesday Strawberry
Poptart, Yogurt,
Juice
Thursday WG French
Toast Sticks,
Juice
Friday Cereal, Muffin,
Juice
LUNCH
Monday No School
Tuesday Chili, Salad,
Pears, Roll
Wednesday Chicken Patty/
Bun, Pork &
Beans, Cole
Slaw, Peaches
Thursday Beef & Noodles,
Mashed Pota-
toes, Carrots,
String Cheese,
Fruit Mix
Choice: Beef
Stew
Friday Pizza, Romaine
Salad, Cucum-
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SUPER FOODS
324 Lane
North Judson
896-2331
Locally Owned
and Operated
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School
Corporation Menus
January 6-10
O-D Elementary School
LUNCH
Monday No School
Tuesday Pizza Day, Brocc/
Cheese, Salad, Peach-
es
Wednesday Mini Quesadilla, Corn,
Refried Beans/Cheese,
Doritos, Pineapple
Thursday Coney Dog, Coney
Stuff, Tri Taters, Mand.
OJ
Friday Chicken Tenders, Mash/
Gravy, Peppers/Dip,
Dinner Roll, Applesauce
LUNCH
Monday No School
Tuesday Pizza, Popcorn Chick-
en, Green Beans, Misc.
Fries, Peaches, Apple-
sauce Cups
Wednesday Hot Turkey Sandwich,
Calzone, Mashed/Gra-
vy, Carrots/Dip, Straw-
berries
Thursday Chicken Fajita, Mini
Corn Dogs, Onions/
Peppers, Baked Beans,
Corn, Pears
Friday Chicken Tender Wrap,
Bacon Cheeseburger,
Potato Wedges, Cukes/
Dip, Broccoli Soup,
Applesauce Cups
O-D Jr./Sr. High School
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A SPORTING VIEW
By Mark Vasto
On the night of Nov. 30, 2012, former Kan-
sas City Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher at-
tended a concert at Kansas City’s historic
Midland Theater. After the concert, he was
spotted at a party at the Kansas City Power
and Light District, and later, he was found
by police sitting in his car -- a Bentley Con-
tinental GT -- outside of a supposed girl-
friend’s apartment in the downtown area. It
was around 3 a.m.
Though he was not violating the law, po-
lice were called to the scene because he ap-
peared suspicious. Finding him sober and
with a plausible reason for being in the area,
police elected to “give him a break” after
Belcher explained he had simply forgotten
the apartment code and once he was safely
buzzed inside, police left the scene.
Three hours later, Belcher returned to the
home he shared with Kassandra Perkins, his
girlfriend and mother of his 3-month-old
baby daughter. An argument ensued and, as
his mother watched, Belcher murdered Per-
kins by shooting her nine times.
Belcher then drove to the Kansas City
Chiefs’ practice facility, and as Chiefs Gen-
eral Manager Scott Pioli and head coach
Romeo Crennel looked on, Belcher thanked
them for the opportunity to play football and
asked the organization to care for his newly
orphaned daughter. As police arrived on the
scene, he knelt, made the sign of the cross
and fatally shot himself in the head. It was 8
o’clock in the morning.
Later that day, an autopsy report said
Belcher was massively intoxicated at the
time of his death. It is now known that
Belcher also was taking pain pills and had
suffered a likely concussion during the
Chiefs Nov. 18 loss against the Cincinnati
Bengals and hadn’t played in the Chiefs’
next game.
Both Pioli and Crennel were fred from the
team after a 2-14 fnish, replaced by Andy
Reid, himself just fred by the Philadelphia
Eagles after a disastrous season that also
saw his son commit suicide at the Eagles
own practice facility.
A year after Belcher’s death, the Chiefs
were at Oakland and blowing out the “rrrr-
rotten Rrrrraiders” -- the Chiefs’ biggest
rival -- to clinch a playoff spot. Jamaal
Charles, Perkins’ cousin, scored fve touch-
downs; QB Alex Smith threw for fve touch-
downs.
A year earlier, Belcher’s case was over-
shadowed by the issue of gun violence in
America. This year, the Chiefs win was
overshadowed by his family’s decision to
exhume his body in order to study his brain
and learn whether or not he suffered from
Chronic Traumatic Encephalitis -- repeated
concussions. It is now common knowledge
that effects from CTE include dementia, ag-
gression and, at least in the cases of former
NFL players Dave Duerson, Ray Easterling,
Junior Seau, Kurt Crain and O.J. Murdock,
suicide.
No one can say for sure what caused
Belcher to ultimately decide to commit such
a crime, and nothing can change the fact that
Zooey Belcher is an orphan, but there is one
thing for certain: Change is going to come to
the NFL. The cycle of testosterone, concus-
sions, pain pills, alcohol, guns and untimely
death is coming full circle because upon
further examination, health is going to start
calling the shots for the game of football.
Mark Vasto is a veteran sportswriter who
lives in Kansas City.
Upon Further Review
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A Relaxing Start to the New Year
I visited the Hyatt Regency Lost Pines Resort
and Spa for the frst time recently with my
college-age grandchild. It’s a luxurious resort
in the Lost Pines Region of Bastrop County,
Texas, in the midst of a large forest of Lob-
lolly pines. The 491-room destination resort,
located just 13 miles from Austin-Bergstrom
International Airport, adjoins the 1,100-acre
McKinney Roughs Nature Park and has 1
mile of river frontage on the Lower Colorado
River.
My grandchild composed her vacation itin-
erary by viewing the activity page on the
Lost Pines website. It contains something for
everyone, from outdoor activities to peace-
ful refection by the river. She wanted to go
fshing, take archery and skeet-shooting les-
sons, kayak, raft down the river, rock climb,
ride horses and bikes, swim and foat down
the Crooked River Water Park, and visit the
Spa Django for a facial, and a manicure and
pedicure.
I wanted to sample the food and talk to the
chefs, get some recipe ideas (I’ll share those
in an upcoming column devoted to all the
fabulous food there), bask in the scenery and
relax at the spa. We both got exactly what we
were looking for in a “glamping” vacation --
a mix of luxury, outdoor activities and rustic
relaxation. She loved everything she experi-
enced and said it was “one of the best vaca-
tions ever!” That’s high praise from someone
who has visited almost every major amuse-
ment park in the United States.
We both loved our visit to the full-service
Spa Django. There are 18 treatment rooms
and some 50 different treatments, including
a holiday-special Buttered Rum Body Ritual
and the Pecan Pie Manicure and Pedicure.
Whether you seek motivation or inspiration,
this sumptuous three-step body scrub com-
posed of butter brulee milk, rum, brown sugar
and rice bran, and a luxurious manicure and
pedicure featuring a whole milk hand-and-
foot soak scented with notes of creme brulee
(!) defnitely are something to sing about!
To honor the turning of the calendar page,
Lost Pines hosts its annual New Year’s Eve
Family Jamboree, an inclusive vacation
package for a family of four (two adults and
two children under 12). Starting from $509,
it includes accommodations, barbecue din-
ner, carnival-inspired games and rides, raf-
fes, Ferris wheel, wagon rides, live music
and a family dance, freworks, champagne
toast and a New Year’s Day breakfast buffet.
Hyatt Lost Pines guests also will fnd recre-
ation offerings for all ages and interests. In
addition to hiking along the numerous trails,
guests are encouraged to take advantage of
activities offered at 1,100-acre McKinney
Roughs Nature Park. It features summer
camp programs for children, a ropes course,
zip line and nature-learning center. McKin-
ney Roughs also operates guided river rafting
and kayaking excursions.
It’s beautiful place year-round thanks to our
Central Texas weather, but the pine trees and
scenic river location make it the perfect spot
to ring in the New Year, enjoy a family va-
cation, a girlfriends spa getaway, weddings,
parties or business meetings. The Wolfdancer
Golf Club features an 18-hole championship
golf course. A large clubhouse is home to the
Major Neighbors Grill, private dining room,
pro shop and chief’s pavilion.
Lost Pines Resort and Spa is the perfect
place to kick-off a more relaxed, healthier
and happier New Year! To learn more, call
1-800-55-HYATT or visit www.lostpines.hy-
att.com.
To get a jumpstart on your spa vacation, try
this recipe for a Spa “Ahh” Green Smoothie.
Happy and Healthy New Year’s, ya’ll!
SPA “AHH” GREEN SMOOTHIE
Start a healthier, new “you” with this nutri-
tious green smoothie. Avocado has a signif-
cant portion of healthy fats and vitamin E,
while the coconut water works like nature’s
sports drink to hydrate and regenerate your
skin from the inside out.
2 cups spinach, fresh
2 cups coconut water
2 cups pineapple
1 avocado
1 cup ice cubes
Blend spinach
and coconut
water until
smooth. Next
add the re-
maining fruits
and the ice and
blend again
until smooth.
Serves 2.
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DOLLARS AND SENSE
BY David Ufngton
According to a recent poll by the National Foundation for
Credit Counseling, when it comes to marriage, health, job
and money, a whopping 80 percent of us say we make our
worst decisions when it comes to personal fnances. Te New
Year is a great time to take a hard look at how we handle
money.
Te frst step is basic: You need to know where your money
is going. Unfortunately, it’s this frst step that many people
avoid, because they fear that knowing the facts may force
changes in spending. Without tracking it, however, you have
no way of knowing where you stand. Keep a small notebook
with you to write down each purchase, no matter how small.
Knowing where each dime goes actually puts you more in
control of your money.
Do you know what you owe, where you owe it and the in-
terest rate for each debt? Calculate how much in interest the
debts cost you each month. Create a chart that you update
each month as you make payments and ideally reduce those
balances.
Break the patterns. Small expenditures, such as morning cof-
fee on the way to work, a few lottery tickets and snacks, can
add up to signifcant amounts when totaled together. Take
some “no money” days each week when you don’t spend on
any incidentals, cofee, lunches out or snacks.
Can you do it yourself? Consider what you spend on con-
venience, whether it’s ready-made foods, carryout meals, the
kid who mows your lawn or shovels your walk and the maid
once a week. How much would you save by making the efort
to do things yourself? Calculate by both the month and the
year for your total possible savings. Consider the times you
hire others to do work for you, and decide if you can learn to
do some of those things yourself, such as simple sewing, oil
changes and computer sofware installation.
Go back over your past credit-card statements, and think
about your miscellaneous expenses over time. How much did
they come to? In hindsight, were they worth it?
According to the NGCC, being aware of poor fnancial deci-
sions is ofen all that’s needed to encourage changes in habits.
For more ideas, go to its website at www.nfcc.org. Don’t miss
the MyMoneyCheckUp Online Financial Self-Assessment
Tool.
David Ufngton regrets that he cannot personally answer
reader questions, but will incorporate them into his column
whenever possible. Send email to columnreply2@gmail.com.
(c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.
Financial decisions in the new year
THIS IS A HAMMER
By Samantha Mazzotta
Q: My brother purchased new outdoor
furniture for his deck this summer, some
nice cedar chairs and end tables. But I’m
astounded that he hasn’t yet taken in
or covered his new furniture yet. Even
though we haven’t had snow yet, the tem-
perature change alone must be taking its
toll. Should I warn him about leaving his
expensive furniture outside in winter? --
Carey in Chicopee, Mass.
A: I think warning him is a bit strong,
particularly in this case. Cedar furniture
designed for outdoor use can be very re-
silient in most weather, something the
dealer may have told your brother when
he purchased the set.
You can bring it up as part of a conversa-
tion about the furniture by asking if it’s
all-weather, and letting your brother tell
you all about it. Considering how much
quality cedar furniture costs, he’s likely
pretty proud of his purchase.
Cedar outdoor furniture is desirable to
many people. It’s a durable wood, doesn’t
easily warp or rot, and resists insects.
Unfnished cedar furniture starts out as
a natural reddish color, which over time
fades to gray as wind and weather season
the wood. Owners who prefer the warm-
er reddish color can apply a wood sealer,
or enhance the color using a wood stain.
Paint or fnishing oils aren’t typically
used with cedar furniture, since they can
trap moisture, encouraging rot.
Your brother can clean his furniture a
few times a year with soap and water,
and should avoid using a pressure wash-
er or harsh solvents. If he’s concerned
about temperature extremes or ice and
snow building up on the furniture, he
can cover it or store it during the winter.
Otherwise, don’t worry about warning
him about his outdoor furniture care
choices. It’s his property, afer all, and
he can leave the cedar furniture out if he
wishes.
HOME TIP: Clean mildew from unfn-
ished wood furniture using a very mild
bleach and water solution; rinse well, and
make sure the wood dries completely.
Send your questions or home tips to
ask@thisisahammer.com. My e-book,
“101 Best Home Tips,” is available to
download on Kindle! Pick it up it today
for just 99 cents.
(c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.
Can outdoor furniture outlast winter?
NOW HERE’S A TIP
By JoAnn Derson
• It might be hard to get motivated to exercise with winter’s shorter days
and lower temperatures. Exercise is important to your health, so get it any
way you can. Did you know that a half-hour snowball fght can burn 100
calories? Get out there and enjoy the winter weather! -- JoAnn
• If you face frequent snow in your area, invest in a pair of running shoes
that are designed for trail running. Tey have deeper cleats for better
traction. Some are even waterproof. Tis will encourage you to run when
it’s been snowing!
• “To help your sneakers dry faster, remove the laces and sock liner and
hang separately. Stuf them with newspaper to draw out moisture. Hang
them to dry on a sturdy hook or line, but not too close to a heater, as it’s
possible to break down the support materials that way.” -- E.D. in Min-
nesota
• “If you are outdoors on freezing days, you know to dress in layers.
When you exercise outside, you do that too, but be prepared to strip of a
layer if you get overheated. I have a carabiner clip on my waistband, and
I can clip my outer light jacket to it, or even my feece through a button-
hole.” -- P.S. in Virginia
• “Here’s a tip about sledding in a pinch: A laundry basket can make a
fne sled for a small, sturdy kid -- especially if you are blessed with sur-
prise snow! If you attach a rope or belt to one side of the basket, it’s easy
to pull the kids along.” -- M.B. in Missouri
(c) 2013 King Features Synd., Inc.
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