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Page 2- MALAKOFF NEWS- May 6, 1976 Telephone 214/489-0531 i!i ili Published Continuously Since 1913 !::i ::i !:! iil Donna Scheibe, Publisher i:::: :: Editor & General manager ......... Tom Herline i'i Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee !i Production ............................. Sharon Carroll :q i'i Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in Hendern and adjoining counties, $5.50 per :" year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year i!! outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office at i:i Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second class i'i matter. Published by Territory Times i:i Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. .:,: iiii 'i:!.:.:.:.:.:.:+:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:',: TEXA'S"P.ESS ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ........... [*:TI'-soc,--,oN !iii i:  iiii, ad lib by donna scheibe Four years ago when I became editor of the Mala- koff News I discovered a fringe benefit that came with the newspaper. A tiny, very efficient blonde named Ann Rounsavall came to work all day Monday and until noon on Tuesday to report the Trinidad news. Ann was so quiet and busy with her responsi- bilities...and I was so  swamped with mine...that it took several months until I realized just how great a : fringe benefit she was. As the paper grew in size and the work load increased I began to give more and more assignments to Ann. ' No matter what I asked her to do, she did well and without complaining. Ann, I said one morning, I want . you to write a feature story every week about interesting  people in the area. She had i never written a feature story, wasn't even sure how to begin one. But that didn't slow her down. She just took her camera and her notebook ii/'went O id te feature stories; GOod ones! Soon she was covering school board and city council ? meetings, not with a great deal of enthusiasm because she was intimidated about . the importance of what she was doing and the necessity to report the proceedings ; accurately. Determination " and perseverance made up for her lack of experience and * soon she was handling that responsibility as capably as she did feature stories. Putting the paper to- gether was a job that I agonized over each week. Ann came back and helped Political Calendar U.S. CONGRESS Dist. 1 Dr. Glen Jones Rt. 3, Athens Sam B. Hall Marshall TAX ASSESSOR Keith Hearn  Athens : Billie E. Richardson f Athens COUNTY TREASURER Jane Holland Taylor Rt. 1, Athens COMMISSIONER Prec, 1 Leo Kinabrew Rt. Malakoff Jim Blakeney Athens me one Wednesday and guess what? She had a natural aptitude for make up and soon she was doing five pages in the same time I was laboring over the front page. She took on another pro- ject...a column every week that our readers know as "Me-ann-dering." Ann was now working full time. She also had a full time job at home-- two small children and an ambitious, civic minded husband. Ann and Bobby never miss a Trinidad football or basket- ball game and are staunch supporters of all school activities. Bobby is a trustee on the school board and was the first president of the Trini- dad Jaycees, an organization that won national recogni- tion under his administra- tion. While Ann was spend- ing her days at the news- paper, she was also spending her evenings working with Bobby on Jaycee activities. They traveled all over the state, and were fully in- volved with local improve- ment projects, managing somehow to find time for their children's activities, too. In February last year we expanded our organization with the purchase of three other newspapers. Tom Herline became editor of the Malakoff News: I took over Mabank and Kemp; and we needed an editor for Kerens. Who me? asked Ann, when we told her. "I can't be an editor!" But she could...and she was a good one. She applied herself to the new job with the same diligence and en- thusiasm she expends on everything she does. We promised her all kinds of help which we were never able to give, but she coped. And she never complained... just worked harder. We're very proud of Ann. We are also very sad that she is leaving us this week. Our busy little bird has decided it's time to leave the nest and accept a new challenge. Next week she goes to work for the City of Trinidad as city secretary. Lucky Trinidad! Holly Hughes, a talented young journalism student, will be replacing Ann this summer as the Kerens editor. Holly is a good writer, an excellent photo- grapher, and I know she will serve the community well and be a good editor. I also know that Ann will be busy 0and happy with her new job and Trinidad will be happy with her. Why, then, am I crying? LUMeER LUMBER * PAINT HARDWARE * SERVICE *'EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILI)ER" Open ' til 4 :iX) Sat urday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiay 3l East Phcme Malakoff 489-0527 ENGAGED-- Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker of Malakoff announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary, to William Alton Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bob Ferguson of Malakoff. Wed- to the editor To the Editor I sincerely regret that an attempt was made to inject the race issue into the district attorney's race be- tween Bill Green and myself. I want to assure the citizens of this district that I did not have anything to do with the preparation or distribution of the circular that was used on the last day of the campaign only hours before the polls opened. If any person or persons interested in my campaign were responsible for the circulation of the circular, I want to apologize personally to Bill Green because there has never been anything in his public or private life to indicate tome that he qs any racial bias or prejudice or that any such considera- tions ever entered into the Malakoff's Little League To Organize Parents of boys interested in Little League baseball play this spring are invited to attend an organizational meeting Sunday at 3 p.m. at the Little League Baseball diamond behind the Mala- koff Elementary School. Helen Kilman, who called the meeting, said that boys from ages 6 through 12 are eligible for the program. ding ceremonies have been set for 7 p.m. June 26 at First Baptist Church of Malakoff with Rev. James Cheatham performing the ceremony. Friends and rela- tives are invited to attend. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: performance of any of his official duties. Certainly I want to apolo- gize to the black citizens, many who are my family's personal friends who might have been offended by the circular and assure them that I deplore this attempt to exploit them. I have had a constructive meeting with Bill Green and personally tendered him my apology and congrat- ulations. I have assured him that I will cooperate with him in an orderly transition of the responsibilities of his office. Richard Handorf Palestine to the editor::::::,:,: Please take me off your mailing list until September. On May 20th III be retur- ning to Texas until school time again. Congratulations on the well-deserved awards that the News received this year. ! especially appreci- ated the Ad Lib column on the situation of the Jews In Syria and the letters that were vrinted in response. The News is the only newspaper that I have read in the U.S. that gives "even-handed" treatment to the Arab position. Sincerely, Sandra Richard South Bend, Ind. 46617 Upright Freezer Your chance to get the con- venience and dependability of Frigidaire and get special clearance savings, too! s2799s PHILLIPS APPIJANCE i Police Report Bumper Tag Leads To Fight With Tire Tools A game of bumper tag between two autos turned into a fist-fight between four men in front of Fisherman's Headquarters on highway 90 north Sunday. Chief Richard Wilson said a car driven by Benigno R. Garza Jr. of Athens was driving south on highway 90 when a car driven by Milton Carroll Jr. of Athens ram- reed it from the rear. The two vehicles proceed- :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ............. . ......... iiii Matakoff News Mr. and Mrs. Charles half the normal yearly rain- tal in Tyler May 16 Lake observed their 53rd fall for Malakoff, which is 38 operation. Wedding Anniversary on inches. Rainfall by the Leona Lewis and Sunday, May 1. month, thus far, includes, daughter Kendra, Mancy Myers and chil- January, 3.69; February, lab Fowler had dren, Dane and Aaron, along 2.40; March, 5.70; and April, night supper with Roxanne Phillips, visi- 6.52 inches. Lewis' parents, ted their mother, Mrs. Mr. Alton T. Simons of Mrs. W.C. Reed, in Jeanice Phillips, over the 931 N. College, Malakoff, Allen and Sandra weekend, has been transferred from bell, Donnie and Henderson County Me- Byford, and morial Hospital to Valvista Rickie Pritchard and Pavillion, 500 Valle Vista, in ter were guests of Athens, room 304. He will Mrs. Gordon enter Medical Center Hospi- the Welders ed to the parking area in las, consisted of welding two front of Fisherman's Head- sets of V-Groove plates in quarters where the occu- vertical and overhead posi- pants from both vehicles tion. This test is used and emerged and commenced recognized in industry as fighting, using tire tools and qualifying welders to per- pitchforks, form the types of welds One occupant of one of the covered by the test. cars was taken to the Henderson County Memo- Rainfall Report rial Hospital with cuts on April rainfall totaled 6.52 the head inflicted by a tire inches, Bro. E.P. Allen of Malakoff reports, helping to maintain a year-to-date total of around five inches per month. Total for the first four months was 20.31 inches, which is better than Robert White, Danny Per- kins and Jimmy Robertson of Malakoff, welding stu- dents of Henderson County Junior College, have certi- fied for structural welding. The test given Saturday, April 24th, by Pittsburg Testing Laboratory of Dal- o0 ezpt nmce F0undat W Sills Replaced tool. Three others were taken to county jail where charges of disorderly conduct and fighting were filed. Chief Wilson said the fracas was the outgrowth of an argument which started in Caney City earlier. Wilson and Officer Bill Clark investigated. In an accident on April 29, a car driven by Ricky D. Baker of Malakoff was tra- veling south on Highway 90, when it left the roadway, and hit some mailboxes and a road sign. He was issued a citation for failure to control a vehicle to avoid an acci- dent. He was uninjured. The car sustained minor damage. On May 3, Officer Clark stopped a vehicle traveling on Highway 31 West and took the occupant into cus- tody for no drivers license on his person. Athens, I would like to praise eveffone who May 1st Each vote is important. AvM 50th Wedding Anniversary Party Slated rats. A Golden Wedding An- niversary party for Mr. and Mrs. Tom Husted has been scheduled for Sunday, May 9,'from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Lions Club. The reception will be hosted by their children, Vernon and David Husted and Mrs. Tommie Ann Mor- rison. Bake sale special thank you for everyone who me, ]o Ingram PASCHAL Emergency Ambulance We WI Conunue TO Provide 24-Hour The Little Dribblers' As-  N Our Frkmds In The Malakoff -- "'*'-'' "" " -'-' sociation will h01d a bake Tdnidad Areas, ;[ sale, Friday, May 7, begin- LC2Lfk'L--=e'7 ' ning at 9 A'M" at the bank'All proceeds  be used for [!' l' J4891 Sta : ...... . ,-' * l , m. , e ournament, Hunts- : The ancient Egyptians deified ......... vlue, May zTcn. lid Malakoff F.F.A. Rodeo Sponsored by Malakoff FFA Chapter May 7-8, 8 p.m. PARADE ON FRIDAY, MAY 7.5:30 p.m. PRIZES: Buckles for 1st, 2nd & 3rd places & a team trophy - EVENTS - I. Bronc Riding 2. Bull Riding 3. Barrel Race (Jr.) 4. Calf Scramble 5. Scoop Race 6. Streer Wrestling 7. Wild Steer saddling 8. Jr. Steer Riding =,.A- Admission: Children 75' Adults $1.50 Family Rate $5.00 [ITIZEN5 5TATE N. Terry 489-0530 You Can Bank On Us