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? Hogg & Sons Book Bindery , I~: Springport, Mich. 9284 @ @ VALL votes were canvassed and other of- Dugan Boyd of Athens was present at and a cost of $1.75 per mile for mere- was sworn in for a ricers were sworn in. the meeting to answer questions from bers. Charges for non-members will be of office, bids were ap- Sonntag Ford of Malakoff was thecouncilmen concerning the new $120 plus $5 per mile. police vehicle and ac- lone bidder for a new police vehicle for CareFlite ambulance membership Boyd said it would take 2,000 mere- on a request from the city. Sonntag bid $8,432 for a 1981 drive, bers to warrant an ambulance in the approval of a member-Ford LTD with police package. The bid Boyd told councilmen that he knew area. L Malakoff at a regular offered a trade-in price of $2,200 for a very little about the operation, but that council Monday night.1980 model Chevrolet Malibu now used he could give the price changes for "They have an ambulance in Gun in by Mayor Howard by the department, membership. Barrel City," councilman Robert Her- term, was unable Councilmen accepted the bid for the Memberships for the drive will be $20 nandez said, "do they have 2,000 mere- Previous meeting where four-door sedan with the trade-in price, for a single person and $30 for a family bers there?" Boyd said that they did not have that bulance membership drive called for many members in Gun Barrel City. approval of a resolution supporting the "I understand that this is sort of a drive. Since no one had a resolution to sore thumb situation here," Boyd said, approve councilmen tabled any action referring to the fact that at one time on the matter until the May 11 meeting. last year an ambulance was located in In other business the council ap- Malakoff and moved from the area at a proved minutes of the April 13 meeting later date. Ambulance calls to the city and discussed a request from J.D. (red) must now be answered with a vehicle Waller for joining the equipment at the from either Athens or Gun Barrel City. present city park to the new YMCA The agenda item concerning the am- Park now being developed. PRESS i : lg80 "The Heartbeat Of This Progressive Territory" cents single copy kR, NUMBER 20 Box 509, Malakoff, 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1981 ROUNSAVALL :y Livestock ever in terms of attendance, and the at auction for the held Saturday after- {ht of the show for competitions with were $160,824, an 1980 auction of more was the buyer for k's grand champion )5.25 per pound for a 'View Cattle Corn- Edwards' grand hog for $8.50 per of $2,201. Carl's broilers for president of for Douglas Han- pion pen of three ~rchased the reserve Steer from Dottle Nail and a total of $4,716. 2nd, Todd Locke placed 3rd, Bonnie Tanner placed 3rd, Sherry Surls placed 4th, Gary Woolverton placed 4th, Joe Hernandez, 7th, David Quinn, 8th, Ron- nie Speed, 12th, Warren Alexander, 13th, John Tanner, 15th, Robert Borah, i 12th, Tim Mattingly, 16th, Gaylon Ed- pound wards, 17th, and Craig Spivey, 15th.Corley for Raymond Insurance Butters paid calf; $1.10 Texas per' /:: Clay Industries paid $1.25 per pound for : Glenn Glasgow's steer; Citizens State ~ .~ :~:~, Bank bought Todd Locke's steer for $1.25 per pound; Food Fare paid Bonnie ~ ~ Tanner $1.20. per pound for her calf; Citizens State Bank paid $1.40 for Shelly Surls' entry; Ben Woolverton bought Gary Woolverton's calf for $1.25 per pound; Food Fare paid $1.25 per pound for Joe Hernandez' calf; Athens Federal Savings and Loan paid $1.35 per pound for David Quinn's calf; Citizens State Bank bought a calf from Ronnie Speed for $1.30 ,per pound; Harley Kirkwood paid $1.10 per pound for Warren Alexander's calf; and Bill Lawrence paid $1.15 per pound for John Tanner's calf. manager of Norwood Oil Company paid $1.15 per Fare, bought Tim pound for Robert Borah's calf; Brad- grand champion Pound and a total of bought Theresa champion pen shaw Insurance paid $1.15 for Tim Mat- tingly's calf; Wilson Riley Oil Co: paid $1.20 per pound for Gaylon Edward's calf, and Ron Speed paid $1.40 per pound for Craig Spivey's calf. from Kris Camp'for $50; and Farm and pen Ranch Supply bought broilers from Rickey and Joe Bailey for $110 and $100 ers were awarded the respectively. place in Citizens State Bank paid $1.20 per trailer, and fourth pound for John Tanner's pig and Massey Feed and Seed matched that FFA winners in the price for M. Gregory's pig. Bailey, 6th in Kenny Burton from Trinidad FFA 3rd in beef sold his steer to East Texas Drilling Co. 2nd in beef for $1.10 per pound for a total cost of 6th in dairy $1,263.90. Burton placed ninth in the in brahman bull, heavyweight class. 5th in beef heifers, A tractor hoist showed by the in beef heifers, Paul Trinidad FFA boys was awarded the in rabbits, Darrel reserve grand champion. Glenn Boyd rabbits, Joe Bailey, 7thand Vincent Norris were the builders. !~r class Glen Glasgow won See SHOW, page 6 | THE SHADE OF THE BARN offered some relief to contestants at the Henderson County Livestock Show last week as they tended their animals. Pictured above is Craig Spivey, giving his calf some hay. Local FFA and 4-H members had a good showing at the three day event in Athens. (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) through downtown Malakoff. is kickoff day for the Performances will be held both Rodeo. Activities Friday and Saturday nights beginning a 5:30 p.m. paradeat 8 p.m. There are 20 schools expected TED KOY, DVM to participate in this year's event, plan- ned to be the biggest and best of all. Events will include bull riding, scoop race, bareback broncs, wild steer sad- dling and barrel racing. Belt buckles will be presented for fir- st, second and third place winners in each event The high point senior com- petitor will be awarded the coveted Kenneth Spivey Memorial Award, a $50 Savings Bond donated by Mr. and Mrs. Olin Dukes. The All Around Cowboy buckle will be donated by Green's Western Wear of Athens. Streamers to decorate the arena will be provided by Joe Tarrant Oil Co. and Malakoff Lions Club members will be on hand as always to provide some of the best hamburgers found anywhere. Lions will operate the concession stand throughout the two evening event. Charles Dickerson from Jacksonville Dr. Ted Koy, veterinarian at the Lakewood Animal Clinic in Dallas, will be the guest speaker at the annual Malakoff All Sports Banquet May 5. The banquet will be held at the Hen- derson County Junior College campus at 7 p.m. Tickets are on sale from members of the Malakoff Booster Club. Koy was team captain in 1969 for the University of Texas football team. He played ball there in 1967-68-69. The Longhorns were Southwest Conference Champs in 1989 and went on to beat Notre Dame in the Cotton Bowl to be No. 1 in the nation. Koy played in the Senior Bowl in 1969 and in the College All Star game. In 1970 he was drafted by the Oakland Raiders and traded to Buffalo. He played for the Bills for four years and was a member of that team when O. J. Simpson had his amazing 2000 yard rushing career. will be announcer. Pick-up men will be Donnie Locke, Owen Robertson and Phillip Spivey. Judges will be Steve Johnson and Tommy Dickerson, and Johnny Hughes will be flagman. The Sunshine Girls Drill Team from Canton will add a special performance Saturday night. Arena directors will be Larry Massengill and Randy Monroe. Stock will be furnished by Junior Jacobs of Wills Point. In charge of the arena gates will be Olin Dukes, Travis Tarkington, Jimmy Mattingly, Ralph Carter, Bo Carter and Joe Johnson. Time keepers will be Terry Ticknor, Bonnie Tanner and Lisa Morton. Kim Locke, Shelley Surls and Gene Perry will be in charge of records, and gate keepers will be Charles Wood, Bob Garret, Mike Grossman, Larry Surls He is associated with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes and in 1974 received the Bob Kelso Versatility Award. He retired from pro ball after the 1974 season. He received his degree from Texas A&M University in 1980. He is married and he and his wife, Lynn, have two daughters. Susanne, 4 and Caroline, 2. His brother, Ernie Koy, also played for the University of Texas in the 1960's where he was an All American. He later played for the New York Giants for six years. Their father also played for the Longhorns in the '30's but later established a professional baseball career with the Brooklyn Dodgers. Lionel Duncan will serve as Master of Ceremonies for the banquet. Bro. James Cheatham will give the in- vocation and awards will be presented including the Carolyn Vieregge Award and the Charles Turner Award. and EarI Locke. secretary; Todd Monroe, sentinel; Clowns will be Mark Jock and Greg Gene Perry, treasurer; and Vic Perry, and Sonja Streater will Klrkland, reporter. represent the Malakoff FFA as chapter sweetheart. The arena is located two and one half 1981 officers of the local chapter are miles south of Malakoff on Hwy. 90. Keith Upchurch, president; Ricky Admission will be $1 for children and $2 Bailey, vice president; Shelley Surls, for adults. Calendar of events SPRING BAND CONCERT The 1981 Malakoff High School Spring Band Concert will be held Thursday, April 30, (tonight) at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium. There will be no ad- mission charge and everyone is invited to attend. TRIPLE F TO MEET The Faith, Fellowship and Friends Club will meet Monday evening, May 4, at 7 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the First Methodist Church. Each family attending will bring a covered dish of food. MEETINGS The Malakoff Art Society will hold its regular meeting Tuesday, May 5, at 7:30 in the city hall conference room. Mr. Carl First will demonstrate canvas stret- ching. Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet Monday, May 4, at the fire station for a training session. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will hold their regular meeting Monday, May 4, at 7 p.m. at the community center. The Masonic Lodge No. 759 study club will be held Monday, May 4, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Malakoff Dad's Club will meet Tuesday, May 5, at 7 p.m, at the club's facilities for their regular meeting. Malakoff Rotarians will meet Tuesday, May 5, at noon at the Harbor House for their weekly luncheon meeting. The I. O. O. F. will meet Tuesday, May 5, at the lodge hall in Malakoff for their weekly meeting. The annual Malakoff FFA Rodeo Parade will be held at~5:20 p,m. Friday, May 8 through downtown Malakoff kicking off the annual Rodeo. The Cross Roads FFA Banquet will be held Thursday, (tonight) April 30, at 7:30 p.m. at the TP&L Youth Center. The Annual Malakoff Athletic Banquet will be held Tuesday, May 5, at Hender- son County Junior College at 7 p.m. The Cross Roads Booster Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 5, at the school cafeteria. OFFICE HOURS The Malakoff News office is open on a regular basis from 9 a,m. until 4 p.m. ~~lfh Friday. For your conve~eace, please contact the ~flce during thou hours to assure that y~vr :~!~vluded. 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