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-- The Twis- s team in the Girls of Maiakoffs They are /- [front, left to right] Jayjay Mullins, Dana Hughes, Gin- ger Proper [back] Coach Lisa Hughes, Melisea Wilson, I Sherry Reed, Linda Barron and Michelle Killingsworth. [Staff Photo by Tom Her- line] Obituaries ill Chester Cude The 00neral service for . " Chester Cude, 56, of Mala- koff took place at 2 p.m. Team --- The following a game last weel. Couch, Lori Rogers, Cheryl a Girls Senior Front row, from left are Jackson and Jerry Clay. Little Dribbler Lynn Henson and Lisa [Staff Photo by Tom rtheiz portrait Henson; back row, Cathy Herline] IILLS-.Girls Senior front row, are Teresa Jones, Little Dribbler Debbie Shook and Katrina the Blue Bells, Conditt. Back Row, Lisa Left to right, Woolverton, Kim Harton, " Members of the Division team, of the Maiakoff are [front, Monday in the the United Methodi Church of Mala- koff with the Rev. Samuel Ca[k, the Rev. D.R. Pulley and the Rev. Buddy Hazell  officiating. He was buried in Malakoff City Cemetery. Mr. Cude died Sunday morning in an Athens hospi- tal, after an apparent heart attack. A native of Lovelady, he had lived in Malakoff most of his life. He was a member of Malakoff United Metho- dist Church. Mr. Cude was retired water superintendent of Malakoff and was a veteran of World War II. He was a Mason. Heis survived by his wife, Mrs. Ruth Cude of Mala- koff; one stepson, Billy King of Mineola; one stepdaugh- ter, Mrs. Ruby Baldwin of Tyler, six brothers, Elwood Cude, Freddie 'Cude and Odel Cude, all of Houston, Ottis Ray Cude of Clarks- ville, Ark., Vauda Cude of Florida, and Malcom Cude of Alba; two sisters, Fonnie Rainwater of Malakoff and Mrs. Glenn Pulley of Terrell; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. ::.:.:::::::!::::: ,..':::::::::: :::: ::::::.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: said that most of these properties have been re- viewed by the tax office. "We don't expect 100 percent revaluation in one year," Phillips said. "We are not trying to set time limits on anybody. We are only interested in a valid pro- gram." "Our Fairway oil unit is on the decline, and it will continue to go on down," Phillips said. "I don't know about Lone Star's property, but I would guess it is declining too. Right now you need a definite program and plan for the entire county, or, with the coal and every- thing, eventually, as this production goes down, you'll have a lawsuit." Glen Green, another En- search tax representative, said, "There is a discre- pancy in the method of applying the tax here. We'd like you to consider it." Richardson told the group his program is "never com- pleted, it is a continuing program." "I couldn't take one pre- cinct in the county and get everything in one year," Richardson said. Basically, under the program, he said, when his office goes into a given area or subdivision, they work everything in the area. "When we go that way it takes twice as long," he said. , ........... ............ Members a Girls team in Dribblers "Really, you are not re- Pallbearers were Masons ..... Lions' Sale Success Frances L. Moseley Twentyfour Lions gather- ed on the lot at the North- Frances L. Moseley, 67, west Corner of the Food Fare died May 3 in Garden City, Store last Saturday and Kansas. A native of Welling- started their annual Broom ton, Kans., she had lived most of her life in Trinidad, and Mop sale. At the end of the sale they sold $730.93 Tex. worth of brooms and mops, Funeral services were scheduled for Thursday, and other household items, May 6, at 2 p.m. at Garnand made by the blind. Funeral Chapel in Garden The clubs profit from the City, with burial in Sunset sale was $170.22, which will Memorial Gardens in Gar- be used locally where there is a need. den City. President, Lion Jerry Her husband, Sam L. Moseley, is a resident of Stone, and Chairman, Lion Bill Baird extends their Garden Valley Retirement thanks to all the Lions who Village in Garden City. hed with th ale, and to Mrs, Mceley was a mere - il those people who made a ber of the Trinidad Metho- dist Church and the Blue- purchase from the sale. bonnet Bridge Club. Other survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Jack Linen- berger of Garden City, and Mrs. Carl Bock of Denver, Colo. Coach Rex King, Deborah Raybourn and Julie Sneed, [Staff photo by Tom Herline] left to right] Kaiah Brown, Sandy Shook, [,anna Harton Mary Herline, Mandy Ro- and Coach Lora Harton. gers, [back] Lisa Johnson, [Staff Photo by Tom Her- Paige Surls, Trisha Allen, line] program are [front, left to right] Becky Harris, Lucille Johnson, Margaret Costlow [back] Coach Pat She- ree Hinkle, Deann Holt, Cathy Bell and Lisa Hen- drix. (Staff Photo by Tom Herline] Mrs. Mary V. Shue Mrs. Mary V. Shue, 58, of Malakoff died Monday after- noon in the local hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the Assembly of God Church in Malakoff with the Rev. Samuel Caulk and the Rev. Eddie Ricks officiating. Bur- ial will be in the Trinidad City Cemetery under the direction of Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home. Mrs. Shue had lived all her life in Malakoff and was a member of the Assembly of God Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lawauna Burney and Mrs. June Stick- le, both of Malakoff; two sons, Larry Shue and Jackie Shue, both of Dallas; one sister, Mrs. Berbie Allen of Malakoff; three brothers, Delbert Cantrell of Waxaha- chic, Ollie Cantrell of Grand Prairie, and Ray Cantrell of Big Spring; and seven grandchildren. Pallbearers were Ray- mond Lozana, Don Johnson, Leroy Rogers, Ralph Carter," Lester Rogers, and Jessie Ruth. Investigation Funds For DA A $15,960 grant for a project providing investi- gatory services to the dis- trict attorney's office in Anderson, Henderson and Houston counties has been approved by Gov. Dolph Briscoe. The grant is among 90 approved by Briscoe through Law Enforcement Assistance Administration funds under the Crime Con- trol Act of 1973. In addition, a $32,932 grant was sent to the East Texas Council of Govern- ments, which includes Hen- derson County, for a regional police training program through the East Texas Police Academy. TAXES from page one valuing," Truett charged. "The county is going to have to come to a point where it revalues the whole county." Judge Reagan said the City of Athens is going into a revaluation program im- mediately, and plans to enter the new values for the 1977 tax roll. He said he had been approached by the city with a proposal to go into the revaluation program jointly. Truett mentioned that Anderson County is revalui Truett mentioned that Anderson County is re- valuing all property, using five or six appraisers. He also called attention to the fact school districts are being forced to revalue their property under the terms of the new school finance law. Ronnie Sutton said that five subdivisions in Athens, "some as old as Athens" had been reviewed by the tax office, as well as the "major- ity of all commercial busi- nesses." He was unable, however, to give an estimate of the percentage of Athens property reviewed. Earlier Monday, county commissioners covered a light agenda in their regular session. A plat for the Cooksey addition in Chandler was approved, as were some changes in the Tarrant County Water Board Sub- division on Cedar Lake. The commissioners also voiced approval of a hearing, scheduled for yesterday {Wednesday) on a proposed private sewage facility regu- lations for the Cedar Creek Lake area. Commissioners voted to buy a lawnmower for the maintenance department, paid the cost of an indigent funeral, and voted to pay Jack Ward $700 for sur- veying county parks. After opening bids on a typewriter for the county clerk's office, the commis- sioners voted to buy a $693 IBM Selectric with Cor- rectype, from IBM in Tyler, even though the bid was higher than two fr Tyler Typewriter Co. for Rovalls. May 6, 1976 -MALAKOFF NEWS- Page 7 :::::::::::::::::::::::::!:::i ::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Joe Dan Fowler said a review of costs in the clerk's office showed the main- tenance costs were much lower with the IBMs. Commissioners also heard a petition from 45 residents of Coffee City complaining about road conditions. Bro. Billy Williams ap- peared before the court asking relief for a problem whereby an old county road has been fenced, and he is denied access to property he owns. No solution was offered. The court authorized Clerk Fowler to make what arrangements were neces- sary for a June 19th special election to fill the unexpired term of Cong. Wright Patman. Fowler said he hoped to be able to use just four polling places. Bob Eubank," of Eubank Ambulance in Mabank, ap-- peared at the court meeting, and told commissioners that if the county ambulances were sold, he would like to have a chance to bid on them. Commissioner Leo Kina- brew said following the meeting that the two county ambulances used by Jordan Ambulance Service {one without permission) were picked up by him Friday night when the county's lease contract with the firm expired. He said that for a period of about two hours, he was unable to locate the unleased vehicle, but that later it showed up at the Henderson County Memo- rial Hospital. No explana- tion was obtained. BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH. 489-1335 119 N. Tm7, Malskofl DWIGHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 , Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athens. Tx. MYWAY UPHOLSTERY Free Estimates Pick Up & Delivery Quality Workmanship 214-425-3.967 Eustace CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas CATA/X)G SAI00 AGENCY teoms:000 417 South Palestine 675-5664 San Guarenteed all "Where A Warm Welcome Awaits You" James Cheatham Pastor.Evangelist SPECIAL REVIVAL May 9 - 16 Sunday, May 9 - High Attendance Day In Sunday School - Goal 275 present "Everyone Bring One" Tuesday, May II - Mini Concert by Rocky Wheat and Glen Whitworth Wednesday, May 12 - Covered Dish Supper. 6:00 p.m. Sun00ys: 11:00 a.m. & 7:00 p.m. Monday. Saturday: 7:30 p.m. Rocky Wheat Music Thursday, May 13 - Children Hot Dog Supper 6.00 p.m. (Grades 1.6) Friday, May 14 - Casual Dress Night (No Ties!) Saturday, May15 - Youth Night. Music, Fellowship (Grades 7 - College) Sunday, May 16 - High Attendance I Sunday School - Goal 300 Present First Baptist Church Malakoff, Texas " WHERE THINGS ARE HAPPENING" m