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Wednesday, May 2, 21)01 - The MalakoffNews vroters will make choices Continued fkom page 1A tor reelection. The only challenger is R.icky Lane Baker, Jr., who has filed for the office of mayor. Four candidates are vying for City Council in Star Harbor. Rosemary Burns and Harold Shields have filed for reelection, and Bill Kerlee and Dr. Walter Binghanl have also filed. In Log CabinCity Mayor Sheila Callahan has filed for reelection, and is chal- lenged by Mr. Joy Springer. Also running for council seats are J. D. Helton, Brian Reynolds, Dan Phillips and Clarence Belz. Caney City will not be holding an election, as only incumbents Mayor Joe Barron, Herbert Clark, and Clifton Wingham have filed. No election will be held in Trinidad either. Willie Lundy has filed for the po- sition of Mayor and Judy Wiggins Hernandez has filed for the unexpired term of the late Mary Ellen Allen. Incumbents Mary Ellen Johnson and William D. Hamm have filed for re- election unopposed. In the Trinidad Board election the three in- c/umbents, Mike Airheart, .Billy Ray Hornbuckle, and Jay Tart have signed up to run again, and Richard Martin has also filed. In the Cross Roads ISD Board election, incumbents Troy Calhoun and Gail Harmon have filed for re- election, and are opposed by, Tonya Hannigan and John Newland. Tony Pryor and Randy Douglas are both seeking to fill the unexpired term of form. er board mem- ber O.W. Williams. Cinco de Mayo this Saturday Continued fkom page 1A ent, maybe two. There is a pretty yourig woman who will come from l)allas who sings Selena like music. Liz Allen ,;aid he found another girl who could sing mariache, but the group was unable to get a mariache band for her to sing with. She says that means that everyone out there needs to help REACH find a mariache band for next year. REACtt, according to Allen, was founded by the Ce- dar Lake ltealth Care Family to do what its name implies: to reach across barriers. Its organizers liked the name, so they came up w.ith some words to spell it out: Re- sources Encouraging Action and Community Healing. It began to take shape when the folks at Hospice of Cedar Lake were approached to reach out beyond their usual boundaries and counsel a group of grieving young people. Soon many other ways of reaching out became appar- ent as they recognized the community's need to reach past the barriers of age, so- cial isolation, economic need, and misunderstanding be- tween races and cultures. REACH's first big opportu- nity to make a difference came four years ago when Liz Allen heard Officer Bill Gurley speak of the desper- ate need for more understand- ing between the Hispanic and Anglo populations of Henderson County. Liz envi- sioned an event which would celebrate the Hispanic tradi- tions, but would welcome people of all races and cultures. And she envisioned it right in the middle of downtown, on the courthouse square, bandstand and all, just like the Fiddler's Contest. She had ten days to prepare for it the first time but they made it happen. It was a resounding success, and the Athens Cinco de Mayo has grown every year. She expects this year's crowd to be even bigger than before. l'ictures fi am the wreck that ISD t Lappened on Hwy. 31 Monday VOTE MAY 5TH FOR CLYDE L. TINSLEY MALAKOFF I S D SCHOOL BOARD TRUSTEE Quality Education For All Students Quality TeacherslAdminis- trators With Competitive Salaries Quality And Safe Learning Enviroment Appropriate Resources For Both Girls And Boys Athletics Tax Payer Revenue Spent Wisely Vot6" At Malakoff ElementarySchool Cafeteria or Tool Oran White Civic Center Political Ad Paid for by Clyde 7nsley eat Belt Laws to be enforced Continuedom page 1A Atwater clown near Austin. but not all the results have Unless, he said, there was been returned yet. a whole lot more going on Police in Malakoff made that no seat belts. 14 arrests last week, nearly The chief had no further triple the five of the week news concerning the assail- before, mostly having to do ant who brutally attacked with drugs, alcohol, and Leslie Dalrymple at her warrants. Officer Kevin home on East Mitcham. Haynes, Malakoff's week- DNA evidence has been end policeofficer, suffered sent to the Dallas crime lab, a dislocated shoulder in a chase resulting in the arrest of a person wanted on a warrant. Kids partying as gradua- tion approaches account for part of the increase in ar- rests. Chief Corn is shown examining the alcoholic beverages taken from the car of one underage Ath- ens youth. .e- Artists Coming To The MOUNTAIN ToP ART ACADEMY WORKING ARTISTS, INSTRUCTORS, AND STUDENTS ARE FINDING THEIR PLACE ON THE MOUNTAIN .......... I i b STAY AT ONE OF MANY MOUNTAIN BED & RESTS AND ENJOY SERENITY OF "THE MOUNTAIN" WHILE LEARNING TEACHING OR CREATING. A new and wondeoful thing is happening on the Mountain. Come be a part of an exceptional adventuret Call Flo Nowlin at 903-567-6810 or Annette'grdliams at 903-567-0948 i