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Hog8 & Sons Book Bindery Sprlnsport Mich. 49284 Special to The News By Edd Routt A 21.5 acre playground park in lalakoff to serve the Cedar Creek Lake tea was announced Tuesday by of. cials of the Henderson County YMCA. Howard Watson, district manager of exas Power & Light Company in ~thens and president-elect of the [CYMCA, told Malakoff Rotarians that 'P&L will provide the land for the roject. The site is the southwest corner [ Highway 90 and Star Harbor road PM3062), Randy Brown, executive director of le YMCA, said plans call for construc- on of a soccer field, a baseball-softball [amond~ and a green belt for picnics nd other leisure activities. Watson, who takes office as president only 840 participants. In 1981, that "We just want those trees uprooted and Watson and TP&L came in for con-throughout the county in such public of the county-wide organization Jan. 12, number had grown to well over eight carted away." siderable praise during the meeting facilities as high schoolgyms and chur- saidTP&Lis making the land available thousand," he said, emphasizing J.D. (Red) Waller or Dan ClosserTuesday. ch auditoriums. He noted that of the to the YMCA for $10 per year for a "we're much more interested in may be contacted regarding volunteer "TP&L has the land and is making no 8,639 persons involved in 1980activities, period of 10 years, providing service to young people than labor and equipment. A master plan for use of i.t at this time," he said. "And around 1,500 were adults. "We do en- "There will be no buildings erected in building buildings." clearing and laying out the playing field because we're interested in helping to courage adults to involve themselves, on the property. We don't need such , will be completed within the next two solve the recreational needs of the lake- not only as participants but also as structures. Our experience has shown Funds to build the park will be weeks, area youth, the company was verycoaches and teachers." that playgrounds operated under provided from the YMCA budget, which Brownsaid the YMCA is beginning its willing to make the property available organized programs are far more of- in 1980 was around $82,000. Watson said 1981 Sustaining Drive on Jan. 12, and to the Y," he said. Brown said in addition to the youth ficient, more productive, and will ser- the work will begin immediately, and that the goal is $30,000. He said the sports programs, the Y also carries out vice more participants," he said. stressed that a lot of volunteer labor United Way will provide another $12,000 Brown said he hopes to see all towns Indian Guide and Indian Princess Brown told the group he hoped and machinery will be needed. The and that program fees and member- around the lake area take advantage of programs. These are father-son, father. residents in Malakoff, Star Harbor, area designated is heavily wooded, ships will provide another $42,000 for the parkbyformingboysandgirlssoc- daughter projects that involve field Trinidad, Tool, Payne Springs and Trees and underbrush will have to be the lgOl budget of around $84,000. cer teams and softball teams.Brown trips, camping and other activities. other CedarCreekLaketownswilljoin removed, fill dirt brought in. The Waller is local coordinator for said he and his staff in Athens stand Several of the Rotarians at Tuesday's in making the playground a reality, project is to be completed by June. theSustaining Drive and Brown urged ready to help anyone form leagues for meeting left planning domino tour. "The Henderson County Y is in its "At this point we d6n't care what that anyone wishing to work in the year-round activities, naments, horseshoe pitching and eighth year. We started in 1974 and had happens to the timber," Watson said. campaign to contact Waller. The YMCA conducts its programs washer throwing. "The Heartbeat Of This Progressive Territory" single copy SIXTY-NINTH YEAR, NUMBER 4 Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, JANUARY 8, 1981 As we complete our recap of the news of 1980 from the files of The Malakoff were interviewed Monday, to see what opinions they would have on the current ews we also look ahead to what 1981 has in store. Local merchants in Malakoff inflation rate and the hostage situation in Iran. It is interesting to note that all three business people interviewed were cautiously optimistic about the economy, and that all three expect the hostages to be returned home safely. Nettle Rigsby T-Shirt Hut "1981 is going to be super. How can you have any other attitude? I hope that the ~onomy will improve, because if it doesn't I don't know what the American eOple are going to do. I ~hink we are a little bit late to think about using force to ring the hostages home from Iran. That should have been done at the first. I do elieve they will make it home alive, because there have been too many prayers ~. the American oeonle fnr. them not to make it back When I think of the hostage atuation the first thought I have is the sympathy I feel for the families. Even with ill the problems we have, the United States is the best place to live. Don McCool McCooi's Department Store "I am hopeful, but apprehensive on beth issues, inflation and the situation in Iran. I would like to think that our economy is going to get better in 1981, but don't really think that it will Prices will continue to go up, and it doesn't look like there's much we can do about it. I'm surprised that the hostages are still alive. The situation there is not any better. I hope that when Reagan takes office he can do something but Iran is so irrational - - - how can you solve anything with people like that? I'll bet that is what Reagan is thinking about now. ( Staff Photos by Lori Callaway ) Neal Hampy and Christopher Carpet & Appliance Depot 'Inflation is hurting the small businessman. I don't think things will get any better economy wise until Ronald Reagan has been in office about six months. There won't be any noticible change until then. I expect something to break on the hostage situation in Iran after Reagan takes office. I believe they are still alive and will come home alive. I don't think Reagan will compromise, and don't think that he should." from the files continued e ptember 4 Local officers attended a six weeks police academy held in Athens. Local volunteer workers raised funds for Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy 'elethon. The Cross Roads Bobcats started football 1980 season and the Malakoff Tigers [od the Athens Hornets with two touchdowns each in another scrimmage, .ptember 11 Malakoff Tigers tromped the Brownsboro Bears 16-6 in a come from behind victory. Mr. and Mrs. Cid Baker announce arrival of a daughter, Alicia Nicole. Cross Roads blanked Parkview 15-0 and Trinidad Trojans were narrowly defeated by Eustace 21-14, September 25 Malakoff winning streak continued at Mabank by a 7-3 score. Malakoff started regular season with 28-12 victory over Kerens. Eustace swamped Cross Roads 40-0 and the Trojans were beat by Dawson 32- 12. ,Cross Roads Bobcats loSt season opener to Mt. Enterprise and Trinidad October 2 rojans were beat 42-0 by Leon. eepptember Canton broke the Tigers winning streak 14-10, Trinidad Trojans took first win of 18 season beating Fruitvale 43-6 and Mildred downed the Cross Roads Bobcats 41-0. October 9 Tigers defeated Red Oak 14-0. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Sims prepare for the annual Senior Citizens Fair. Lori Tidmore was crowned Miss Trojan 1980 during Trinidad Homecoming ceremonies. Palmer beat Cross Roads 74-0 and Scurry beat Trojans 35-0. October 16 County refused to subsidize CareFlite Ambulance Service. Willie Sims was elected Triple F president. Tim and Reba Nichols announced the arrival of a daughter, Kasey Leigh. Cross Roads celebrated their first homecoming. Oakwood defeated Trinidad and Cayuga defeated the Cross Roads Bobcats. October 23 Dee Ann Holt and Alysia Smith were crowned 8th and 7th grade Kitten Football Sweethearts, Tigers were defeated in first district game. Shell refinery got their start-up underway with a flare which produced a beacon of light around Cedar Creek Lake area. Cross Roads fell to Normangee and Mildred defeated Trinidad. See REVIEW. page 12 Calendar of events , CHINA PAINTING CLUB Anyone interested in joining a China Painting Club.to stimulate interest and appreciation from the skill of decorating porcelainfine should call Mrs. Roy McHone at 778-2721. The first meeting of the neworganization will be held at her' home Jan. 21 at 2 p.m in the Lakewood Area on Cedar Creek Lake. The home is located on the corner of Lakewood Dr. and Scenic Dr. Meetings will be held on the! third Wednesday of each month. MEETINGS MalakoffCtty Council will meet in regular session Monday, Jan. 12, at 7:30', p.m. at the city complex. Malakoff Masonic Ledge will hold their study club Monday, Jan. t2, at the: lodge hall. The regular meeting of Lodge No. 759 will be Tuesday, Jan. 13. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, Jan. 13, at the arbor House for: their weekly luncheon. The Timber Trails 4-H Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 13, at 7 p.m. at the Lion's Den. The Malakoff Art Society will meet at the City Hall Conference room at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, January 15th. Joe Hollinsworth of the Carriage House of Athens will bring the program. iTUDENT8 AT MALAKOFF HIGH $CHOOL appeared to be ao more excited to The end of the holiday season marked the ~eglnalag of a long stretch of the grind, 'eturn to classes than most people were to return to the routine of work this week. with the next holiday to leek forward to in April. (Staff Photo by Leri Cnilaway OFFICE IIOURS The Malakoff News office is open on a regular basis from 9 a.m until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For, your convemence, please contact the ~fffice during th~e hours to assure that your news in included COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS To make sure people are aware of your organization's activities, contact the Malakoff News at 48~41~1t, For an item to appear in the News on its Thursday publication it must he received at the News office by 4 p.m on the proceeding Monday DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classifted ads and display advertising for the Thursday publicatton date of the Malakoff News is 4 p.m. the preceeding Monday. For further inlormation contact the News office at 489-053t.