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1974 / 00alakoff ,lO' Hmrtb00 of P00ve of Single Copy YEAR - NUMBER 13 MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS Tit URSI)AY - APRIl, 3, 1975 Malakoff Little Dribblers Junior All:Stars Headed for State Tourney. Story, Page 12 Sub County To Cut Out Rainfall ,. 00,,en Ambulance Service for this year about total of 2.56 of Judge Winston Reagan LeGlue said he had ex- arch.Total for broke a 2-2 tie vote in tended the drive a week at 8.76 as com- Henderson County Commis- because so many people had to 7.85 for the first sioner's Court Tuesday to asked him to dO so. of 1974, 14.75 for 1973 approve" discontinuing Jerry Hinkle, representing for 1972. county-supported ambulance Paschal Funeral Home, which service effective April 7. provides ambulance service, ,,,uar"sa-'e Goal hnmediately afterward the JordanappearedAmbulancein favor Ofservicethe provided an ambulance was located in the Malakoff area. Reagan listened as the Eddie Garrison, resi- chairman for the Cancer Crusade In Malakoff, disclosed the Crusade's goal drive is now in this week, with Mrs. Cross and Mrs. Marles as co-chairmen. chairmen for crusade, which April 7 through are Mrs. Vernon James Fort, Mrs. Ray Trimble, Mrs. Robertson, Mrs. Newbourn and Mrs. Co. Layoffs Products Co., closed one brick and laid off about 35 the Malakoff News week. the first cutback of COnsequence in the of the company. manager Herb Gatlin. of town 'early this was not available to additional infor- Compete High School's will participate in UIL one-act play at Henderson County College Friday at 5 to Gayle teacher at the group will' perform de Life" with these roles: Tolby Craiker, David Mark Sullivan, Beverly Hall, Baron. Back- Crew is Susie Walker, Cliver, Vernon Holt Ellis. will be produced aa about two weeks. to the HCJC per- is $1. If the or second place be entered in the at HCJC the week. i  !i: . : / , i ......... : ii commissioners voted unani- mously not to grant any type of subsidy to Jordan Ambu- lance Service, which had "Four Star" Classifieds Reach 5,000 Subscribers We've got the lake more ways than one. The Malakoff News joins hands with three other Cedar Creek Lake Area newspapers to provide our readers the finest classified advertising bargain around. The Malakoff News, Mabak Banner, Kemp News and Kerens Tribune offer to you 5,000 paid subscribers. And to better serve the huge lake area, these four newspapes have combined their classified advertising pages so that a classified advertiser in any one of the !i!i newspapers has his ad run in the other three. !i i:. automatically. Because of its association with four newspapers all affiliated with Territory Times. Inc., we've named the Voters To Decide City, School Races Saturday is election day in Cafeteria, from 8 a.m. to 7 whohad filed for the race, has Malakoff, Trinidad, Cross p.m. on Saturday. withdrawn her name. Roads, Caney City, Tool and City of Trinidad Six persons, including Star Harbor. The drive for K.A. May and Jim Gaston incumbents Vernon Wingham votes in city council and and incumbent W.F. Miller and Glen ()wens, are seeking school trustee elections will square off April 5 for the two positions on the city grind to an end with the mayor's position in Trinidad council. These include Melvin closing of polls at various while four others seek two Langley, outgoing mayor points around the area at vacated posts on the City Martha Lovelady, Evelyn 7 p.m. Saturday. Council. ltaught, and George Hale. The mayor's post is up for A.C. Morman, Bill Green, David Tanner qualified fi)r the grabs in Malakoff, Trinidad, Roy Reever and Lamesa race but withdrew. Tool, Caney City and Star Sillick are vying for two city Polls will be open at City Harbor. Trustee hopefuls are council positions being tlall from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. The racing in Malakoff, Trinidad vacated by Jim Finley and regularly scheduled city and Cross Roads. L.R. Cain, who are not council meeting will not be Following is a rundown of running for re-election, held on April 3 due to the all Malakoff area elections. Polls will be open from 8 election, a city spokesman City ofMalakoff a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Civic announced. In Malakoff, incumbent Center. Both city and school City of Tool Mayor Neal Lawson is voting will take place at the Incumbent Mayor Oran , opposed by A.M. tBuddy) Civic Center. White faces challenger B.H. Thompson and five people Collier of Trade \\;,'inds Addi- have their hats in the ring for Trinidad Schools tion in the mayor's race in two seats on the city council. " Armand Renteria is un- Tool on Saturday. Running for the council opposed in-Trinidad Indepen- In addition four persons are positions are incumbent Judy dent School District in a seeking two positions on the Newman and Marcus Jordan special vote to fill the unex- council, lncumt)ent Robert plus a field which includes AI pired term of Bill Green. Dempsey, Shirley Morgan, - Inmon, Ernest Wilson and Ernest Jenkins, who filed for G.I,. Whatley and Ray Butler Randall Neill. the race earlier, has with- are in the race. Incumbent Voting will take place at drawn. William Branch did not seek City Hall from 7 a.m. to 7 In the regular trustee elec- reelection, p.m. tion, incumbent Bobby Cross Roads School Rounsavall, David Burton Incumbents ttollis Bristow Malakoff Schools and Phil Stevens are running, and Larry Norris face opposi- The field is crowded in the Incumbent Waymon lion in the Cross Roads Malakoff Independent School Chandler is not seeking re-: Independent School District District election Saturday. A election, trustees race. total of five persons are Balloting will take place at At least one candidate, seeking two trustee positions the Civic Center from 7 a.m. D.M. (Mark) Reynolds. had vacated by Barbara Garrison to 8 p.m. dropped out of the race this and J.Arvin Johnson. Neither week but The News was is seeking reelection. Caney City unable to find out if his name The candidate list includes Three persons are seeking remained on the ballot. T.L. (Sam)Tanner, Jimmy T. the mayor's post in Caney Reynolds, Carl G. ttall, M.E. Mattingly, Adolphus Fisher, City on Saturday. Incumbent (Eddie) Shook, and L,D. Mrs. Marihelen Jetter and Martha Lovelady is not tBud)Arthus had filed for the Mrs. Zelma Fleming. running for re-election, race last month Voting will take place for Those running for the spot A check with the president i{l precinct No. 1 at Tool City are ClayburnSmothers. Betty ot: the school board, ,the requested that the county put commissioners argued the new classified section of the four newspapers, Hall Building and at precinct Mathews and William (Ted) superintendent of schools and "Four-Star Classifieds." up the money not received merits of the ambulance set- i i No. 2. the Malakoff School Rogers. Rachel Richardson, the election judge failed to from subscriptions to help vice, which reportedly lost The name fits. Out customers get their ads in FOUR i.:':': unearth a list of candidates on purchase a total of two $14,000 last year, primarily newspapers, p.ovi.,n00 t,mo00 .orm00l City 0f Trinidad l0 Participate the ballot. Each saidbeorshe ambulances. Louis LeGlue, because of collection prob- exposure for your ad in FOUR different communities i'ii did not know who was on the representing Jordan Ambu- lems, and after having it around Cedar Creek Lake. !i,;! ballot. And ALL FOUR publications can be yours for a S1.50 Balloting will take place at lance Service told the-pointed out that Medicare :':' In [l'00G Planning Program commissioners the ambulance does not recognize the county minimum cost for 15 words, iiii the Cross Roads School, pre- service drive is lagging, and ambulance service and will The Four-Star Want Ad gives you more total paid that if adequate funds to not pay claims on its use, he circulation exposure than any single publication, paid or purchase and opeate two voted in favor of discontin- give-away available to you around Cedar Creek Lake. The City of Trinidad re- information and conditions in ambulances ($38,000) was not uing. If you need help with your ad, come by, and we'll help cently began participation in the community; a ten year forthcoming between now and If Jordan ambulance you write it. the East Texas Council of master plan based on antici- the 7th, he would "get in my service does not succeed in (live "Four-Star Classifieds" a chance when .you're GovermnentSitv Planning Program.Small Commun- patedthe community;needs and conditiOnSand a planin ....... .... v "The six-monthprogram will implementation section which green-and-white ambulance getting the needed subscrip- ready to buy, sell, rent or hire. ::: and drive off." tions and "drives away, the :::.::.:...:.:.:.:.:;:.;:;:;:;:;:;:;:;::;::;::;f..:::::.;..::::.:..:.*:.:9:..:*.:.;..':.:.:.::.:.:.:.:+:::::;:;:;z " involve preparation of a corn- will contain any necessary LeGlue had requested a Phillips Honored BySenate munity development plan proposed ordinances that the special called meeting of the county would be left with only which will be comprehensive planning committee feels will court to make an appeal for Paschal Funeral Home and in scope. A planning com- be needed to successfully. Brown's Mortuary, both The Texas Senate has Mr. Phillips' leadership at a mittee, composed of five implement the Plan. The subsidization, privately owned funeral LeGlue also told the court he has 1,035 subscriptions, homes, to provide service, approved a resolution paying time when supermarkets were citizens of Trinidad, was planning committee will not most of which had been Neither has ambulances tribute to the late Oscar A. forcing small grocers out of appointed by the City Council determine city policy, but will (June} Phillips and dedicated business." to work with ETCOG's Re- arriveat an overall plan which signed up in the last few days. which meet federal and state a recent adjournment to his "This remarkable gentle- gional Planner, Stewart can be used as a guideline for Last week LeGlue told The regulations., memory, man, whose compassion and Rophner, in formulating the the city council in the future. Malakoff News he had sniff- The court did not discuss The resolution, introduced desire to help others were Plan. The first phase of the cleat subscriptions to pur- "what disposition it might by Don Adams of Jasper, said greater than his desire for The final report will consist program has been completed chase a single ambulance in part "Phillips Foods, the money and profit, led him to of a community inentory, {1,900) and that he was on bis make of its ambulance or any small grocery store he later extend credit continuousl))to listing current statistical See IR[N[DAD, Page 10 way toward enough for the personnel it pays for oper- owned andoperated, was kept ....*.`!`.``...`*........::..`:.:...::*...*..*...:`:::.:*:.::.:`::i:`::```:..:.:!i**i.::`i*:.::.::.:.`:`L`::.::`.**`::`:`:`:.`......*...`..`:.`.:`...:;x`:!!!i: second, ating it. a sucessful business under See PHILLIPS, Page 2 :...::.:::.:::::...:::`:::::::::`.. `...`....`..`............`.:.`...::.:::.:.::..:.:::.:.::.` .................. . .... . ........ ... ... o. ,%,..%%%..%%%.,,,..... o o o .. , ...................... ,., lit MaJako,, Mabank, Kemp, Kerens From This Corner ":: Herl00ne Named General Manager Of Papers ": sumably from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. City of Star Harbor Incumbent mayor Roy Shipp is opposed by retired Brig. Gen. Mort Townes in Star" Harbor's city council election Saturday. In the alterman race, in- cumbents Lee Flagg and James Harris vie for three positions with the following other candidates: Howard Henson. David Walker and Mrs. Kelma Cordo. Mrs. Cordo is the first woman candidate ever to file for Star Harbor's council race. Voting will take place at the Star Harbor club house, which also serves as city hall from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. By Tom Herline Writing a regular column, the same time help build the expect I'll be fighting mad Donna Scheibe, publisher of The four newspapers are center of a new period of though at times a difficult communities where I'm- about injustices, inequities, the Malakoff News, The operated by Territory Times, growth in this area. We of task, generally is relatively laboring. I think it's the res- ineptness, or what have you. Mabank Banner, The Kerens Inc. Mrs. Scheibe is president Territory Times, Inc., want to easy. For one thing, you can ponsibility of a newspaper to There'll be times when I'll use Tribune and The Kemp News, of Territory Times. Herline be a part of that growth and pick your topic, and expound help its community develop... From This Corner as a today announced tke appoint- was recently named vice provide these communities on it at whatever length you its business, its government, soap-box launching pad to meat of Tom Herline as president of the corporation with a good news product at desire, its schools, its institutions, its have my say about matters i general manager of the four by its board of directors, the same time." But first column's are history personal, public or private. publications. Mrs. Scheibe became a Herline, former president of another matter. What do you And I'd like to reserve a few Mrs. Scheibe, who has also publisher in the Cedar Creek Universal Publishing Co., tell the people of a community So much for the intro- lines now and again to pay been editor of the Malakoff Lake area two years ago with Inc., at Conroe and Comgraph the first time you mount the duetion (which tended to get a tribute where due, or to use News during the past two the purchase of The Malakoff Publications Co., at Port podium of a weekly column? bit pompous, I'm afraid), someone else's words who has years, will now become editor News. In February of this Neches, Tx., managed The At best it's a difficult column Let's talk about what this expressed himself better than. of the Mabank Banner and year, she purchased the Daily Courier and the fol- to write. At worst, impossible, column is all about. Well, I ever could The Kemp News. Herline will Mabank, Kerens and Kemp lowing Texas weeklies prior to Well, let's start with a brief first, the name. That's simple. in turn assume the role of newspapers, thus consoli- coming to the Cedar Creek introduction. I'm Tom Because the column will be At any rate, l expect editor of The Malakoff News. dating the major established Lake area: Tomball Tribune, Herline, and I've been writing anchored at one of the four "From This Corner" to be The Kerens Tribune's newspapers in the lake area Spring-Cypress Tribune,- for or involved in the opera- corners of this page each very personal, a chat between editor is now Ann Rounsavall, under a single corporate Midcounty Chronicle-Review Tom Herline tion of newspapers since I was week, it is knows as "From me and you. And if the who formerly was on the news ownership. The four news- at Nederland, Lumberton a 4-H Club reporter way back This Corner." It also implies a column is half a success, I staff of the Malakoff News. papers have a combined circu- News, Cleveland Advocate, years on the staff of The when I was in the fourth point of view, mine, and I expect it .will probably draw Mrs. Rounsavall will continue [ lation of over 5,000. . and several shopper-type Shreveport Journal, moving grade, and that's been over 30 sincerely hope to provide one. as many brickbats as it does to act as Trinidad reporter for" "I am proud to become a publications. He also man- from reporter to news editor years ago. l love this busi- As for the content of the palm leaves. the Malakoff News. part of the Cedar Creek Lake aged commercial printing during that period. He was ness, and I, believe in- column, I'm making no And now, with my first In another staff change, Area," Herline said in accep- operations at Conroe and editor of the Ruston Daily community newspapers. I'm promises. Sometimes I get column for The Malakoff Barbaa McKee was recently ting production responsibili- Beaumont, during his four- Leader for three years, and here in the Cedar Creek Lake nostalgic about people, places News out of the way. I can named ad manager for all four ties for the four publications, and-a-half-year tenure with was field editor of Rural area because I recognize an and things I've run across in ' approach next week's piece as Territory Times publications, see Malakoff, Mabank, the two corporations, opportunity to build a fine my many years of news- an old friend and an "estab- Mrs. Scheibe said. Kemp and Kerens as the Prior to that he spent eight See [:RL[NE, Pae 10 group of newspapers and at papering. And sometimes, I fished" columnist.