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Hog8 & Sons Book Bindery i SprlnBport, Mich. 4928 and, lo, I am with you alway, even unto the end of the world. Matthew 28: 20 For Little Dribbler scores call 489-0531 Area fans wanting to keep up with the progress of Malakoff's two par- tlcipants in the 1981 Little Dribbler National Tournament currently under- way in Levelland may call The News during regular business hours for scores and reports. Sports writers Benny Rogers and Chip Souza are part of the Malakoff con- tingent at the national meet and will be phoning The News with daily reports. As a public service The News will pass along the information to interested fans. For scores and information call The News at 489-0531 between 9 and 5 p.m. PRESS :IATION 1980 "The Heartbeat OI This Progressive Territory" cents single copy YEAR, NUMBER 18 Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, APRIL 16, 1981 @ @ ~N ROUNSAVALL Mayor Howard Julian r a second term of office Judge Leo err Men- councilmen canvassed 4 election. Robert sworn in to begin his ~a total of 225 voters in the where councilman C.L. also re-elected to office. s Unable to attend the elected mayor pro- lengthy discussion coun- okay to advertise for new water well for the tion of the city's water a source of concern for a number of years. Served water supply the active wells at the present. wells are over 20 years have advised officials Could play out at any of even one well would a ~ible shortage uccessfully two Secure an additional well for the supply. Four attempts were the organization which will apply for a made with each water test coming back federal grant for funding. Until the unit contaminated. Additional sites for is self-supporting from grant funds drilling are being secured and Wayne several local departments have volu/t- Weeks, engineer, is drawing up specs teered use of manpower and equipment for bids. to help out other agencies. Weaks advised councilmen that each Councilmen approved payment of test well would cost $10,000. A March bills in the amount of $14,641.09. discussion was held on attempting to The total amount included the city's secure water from Cedar Creek Lake, payment of $1,668.36 to the new Hender- but an estimated cost figure of an initial son County Appraisal District and the one million dollars convinced coun- fee for the city audit, city manager cilmen that additional attempts at John Lottexplained. securing a well should be taken. Weaks told councilmen that if a good Councilmen also approved well is found it will take two months to authorization to advertise for bids for a get it on the city line. new 1981 police vehicle. The council approved a resolution An agenda item for approval of a joining a Henderson County Law En- resolution supporting the new forcement Mutual Aid Law Enfor- CareFlight Membership Drive was cement Task Force. The new force will tabled since no one from the firm was have five highly trained and specialized present at the meeting. men to assist local forces in in- Malakoff's application for a 1981 vestigation of criminal activities. There community development block grant will be no cost to the city., was denied, Julian reported. The city Police Chief Don McCord told coun- had applied for $660,000 in funds. cilmen that the force would only be Julian reminded city residents and utilized when needed and would only lot owners that its the time of year when serve the city when requested by the lots need to be mowed. A city ordinance local chief. All Henderson County law governs the neglect of lots within the enforcement agencies are members of city and fines can be issued, he said, for @ !News continues to be an Rounsavall of the victim of an accident result of being administered first aid by am- East Texas Press bulanceattendants. last week. Other area newspapers also received awarded third place awards for excellence. judges cited The Athens Daily Review was awar- Ring nameplates and ded a second place for news fourth place awardphotography. Scott Sines was the photography. The photographer of the winning entry. The was a photo by AnnReview was also awarded first place . PHINNY JULIE SNEED kN SALUTATORIAN Q LTATE CHARLOTTE TRULY HONOR GRADUATE for community service for articles they presented on the Henderson County Memorial Hospital planned expansion. A1 Newell, columnist for the Cedar Creek Pilot, was awarded first place. Newell, a resident of Enchanted Oaks on Cedar Creek Lake, had been a writer for the Pilot since 1979. Mr. Newel] passed away Monday following a lengthy illness. LISA WOOLVERTON HONOR GRADUATE MARIUM VENABLE HONOR GRADUATE Julie Sneed top points. She has attended Malakoff sophomore and junior years and was School honor schools all twelve years, chosen Class Favorite her junior year. as valedictorian and During her school years, Kathie was She was chosen Most Likely to Succeed Was announced thisalso the valedictorian of her eighth in the Senior Class. She is also a two- grade class. She has been a member of year member of Who's Who Among |duates will be Lisa the Student Senate for four years; she High School Students. A two-year FHA Gawlik, Kim was elected secretary her junior year member, she was elected vice- Marium and vice-president her senior year. She president her sophomore year. Kathie has been a member of the National has placed in U.I.L. literary com- PHINNY Honor Soceity for three years and is petition three years. She has been a the valedictorian president this year. Kathie is the editor member of the Spanish CLub for three is thedaughter of the 1981 Tiger and also is ayears. Kathie was also a reporter for Phin- photographer for the yearbook staff, the Tiger Growl her junior year. ng with 312 honor She was elected class treasurer her Kathie is a member of Parkview non-compliance, lights, costing $12 apiece, were shot out shooting at street lights will be turned The mayor informed the police chief with BB guns. Julian reminded over to the police. that II city street lights have been shot everyone that there is an ordinance out in the past week and that the force prohibiting the firing of guns within the "Anyone seeing it done should call should be aware of the problem. The city limits and that anyone caught the police," he said. / MALAKOFF MAYOR HOWARD JULIAN was sworn in for his second term of office by clty Judge Leo err Tuesday night af- ter votes of the April 4 election were canvassed. There were 225 voters in the city election. {Staff Photo by Ann Rounsavall) Calendar of events KIM GAWLIK HONOR GRADUATE GAYLON EDWARD8 HONOR GRADUATE @ @ Missionary Baptist Church where she is the organist. She plans to attend TJC in the fall and will major in banking and finance. JULIE SNEED Julie Sneed is salutatorian with 293 honor points. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackie B. Sneed of Lakewood Development. She has been a very ac- tive student at Malakoff High School. Julie has been a member of the Tiger Band for seven years. She has served as See GRADUATES, page 9 DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME BEGINS ..... APRIL 26 # EASTER BAKE SALE The youth of First Baptist Church will sponsor an Easter Bake sale Friday, April 17, beginning at 9 a.m. The sale will help to raise funds for the group's plan- ned trip to Glorietta later in the summer. The sale will be underway at ...... Bankston's G.E. store in the old Citizens State Bank building. SPECIAL EASTER EGG HUNT There will be an Easter Egg Hunt at the Malakoff Elementary School for all .... : pre-school children of the district. The date is Friday, April 17, and the time is 12 noon. The eggs are being provided by the Malakoff Rotary Club. Parents are instructed to bring their children to the front of the Elementary building. TERRELL HERITAGE TRAIL The Heritage Trail of Homes, an annual springtime event in the East Texas town of Terrell, will be held this year on Saturday and Sunday, April 25th and 20th, the weekend following Easter. This year's tour will include five vintage homes, dating from 1885 to 1922, plus an 1895 executive rail car, the Heritage Room of the State Hospital containing an- tique furnishings from 1885, and the Carnegie Library and Museum. SCHOOL HOLIDAY ANNOUNCED The Malakoff School will release at 2:30 p.m. Friday, April 17th, and will be closed Monday, April 20th. This was a bad weather make-up day and since no time was lost due to bad weather it will be a holiday for all schools, Ad- ministration and Tax Office. MEETINGS There will be a special called Band Club meeting at the Band Hall on Tuesday, April 21, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held for the purpose of electing new of- ficers for the next year, The Malakoff Lions Club meets this Thursday night, April 16, 1981, at 7p.m. This is Ladies Night, so Lion member don't forget to bring your lady. Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet for a training session Monday, April 20, at 7 p.m. at the fire station. Malakoff Masonic Lodge study club will be held Monday, April 20, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, April 21, at the Harbor House Restaurant. Malakoff Dad's Club will meet Tuesday, April 21, at the club's facilities. Malakoff I.S.D. trustees will meet in regular session Tuesday, April 21, at 7 p.m. at the administration building, TRINIDAD ALL-SPORTS BANQUET The Trinidad All-Sports Banquet will be held Monday, April 20, at 7 p.m. Leon Spencer, athletic director and boys basketball coach at Henderson County Junior College, will be guest speaker. CF MENS & WOMEN8 SOFTBALL TOUi~NAMENT A mixed teams softball tournament will be held Saturday, April 18th at Malakoff Elementary Field. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. with the first same to be played at 12 noon. A tax deductible $5 entry fee per person will be charged. Come and participate. All proceeds will go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. To pre-register, or for more Information, call Lana Perkins, 489-1143. OFFICE HOURS The Malakoff News office is open on a regular besll; from 9 a.m until 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. For your convenience, pleau contact the office during thuse hours to asaure that your news is included, COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS To make sure people are aware of your organlzstion'a actlvltim, contact the Malekoff News at 489-05.11. For an Item to appear in the Ne~s on its Thursday publication It must be received at the News office by 4 p.m. on the preceedlng Monday. DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classified ads and display advertising for the Thursday publication date of the Malakoff News is 4 p.m. the precceding Monday. For further information contact the News office at 489-0531,