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May 13, 1976

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;ii i '! i # Cedar Lake Home Week. Mary Thomp- dent at 41. Pictured with Home honored its son, 99, seated at left, was Mrs. Thompson is her and youngest resi- the oldest resident. Mary daughter, Bessie Whitener well as the one who Peters, seated right, has of Orange, and son, Oliver there the longest been a resident for 12 years. Thompson, of Trinidad. during special Mary Shipman, standing, [Staff Photo by Tom Day observances right, is the youngest resi- Herline.] with Nursing To Perform At PTO m the high school Bobbie Kilpatrick, a treat in store for Featured on the program Kathy Miller, and student- the upcoming is the entire kindergarten PTO meeting on class, under the direction of , May 17, at 7:30 Mrs. Barbara Crouch, Mrs. Mrs. When You Need Assistance. We are always here to take care of those many details that arise when death occurs. Just one call places Our entire staff and facilities at your Service CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Phone 675-2211 aide Flora Estes. The boys and girls will present "The ABCs of America", which will incorporate the Bicen- tennial theme with the Alpha Time program, which was adopted this past year by the state for kindergarten classes, with special empha- sis on reading readiness as well as all other phases of learning. Also on tap for this year's final meeting is a report on the recent PTO carnival, as well as the installation of the 1976-77 officers. Sering as the new president will be Diane Slaton, along with Tuna McKean, 1st vice president; Peggy Julian, 2nd vice president; Sandra Holy- field, 3rd vice president; and Mary Meers, secretary. The brief ceremony will be led by Marilan Holt, the current 1st vice president. Girls Softball Meeting Slated Parents of girls interested in Girls' Softball play this spring are invited to attend an organizational meeting Thursday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. at City Hall. Girls 6 through 12 will be eligible to play, according to Charlotte Pattison. "Mothers, get out and have fun with your girls this year," Ms. Pattison said. "We need you to coach." From Your County missioner Of Precint 1 May 13, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS- Pqe 3 :::.:.:.:.:.::.:.:...:.:.:.:.?:.:.:.:.:.:.:.;-:.:+ ..-:.", : ...............::...........:.:.:......:...:........:.:.::..:....:........:.:...:.:.:........:.;.F:.:.:....:.:.:.::.::.:: 'Big Four Country' i Police Report i To Feature Malakoff ::::: A Malakoff man tried to settle an argument on Bar- behind the Malakoff Junior High School and arrested Reed, and carried him to Henderson County Jail. He later posted bond and was released. On May 5, Chief Wilson took a Caney City youth into custody for shoplifting at Mite-T-Mart. He was turned over to the principal of Malakoff High School. ::_': and overturned on Highway 31. There was no damage to the vehicle and a small amount of damage to the trailer. On May 10, Shirley C. Holley of Malakoff was travelling south on College Street when her brakes failed and she hit a tree in the front yard of C.M. Wellborn. There was moderate damage Big Four Country Report- er, a weekly half-hour tele- vision program on Channel 4, KDFW, will feature the towns of Malakoff and Kerens this Saturday. John MacLean, writer, producer and narrator for the program, and Jay Ryd- man, photographer, were in ron Court by driving his car into a crowd of people Saturday, injuring three per- sons, demolishing his own car and seriously damaging two others. Travis Reed was charged with disorderly conduct, public intoxication, aggra- vated assault with a motor vehicle and reckless driving by city police officers. He was subsequently released on bonds totaling $4,100. Chief Richard Wilson said that Reed had been arguing with some other people, left the scene, then .turned his car around and rammed the crowd of people that had gathered. His vehicle sideswiped one pickup truck, bounced off it and hit another pickup truck headon. The driver of the first vehicle was injured and taken to Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. A man and woman standing in the crowd were struck by the car and they were sent to Henderson County Memo- rial Hospital for treatment. All three were treated and released. After the collisions, Reed alledgedly ran from the scene on foot. Officer Bill Clark and Reserve Officer Templin went to an address the two cities last Friday filming footage for the half- hour program which airs at 6:30 p.m. In addition to gathering historical and current infor- mation about the two towns, MacLean and Rydman also photographed man-in-the- streets comments. Burton of the Trinidad inde- pendent School District, was adopted following an amend- ment. Bobby Rounsavall of Trin- idad was elected president of the newly formed organiza- tion at the meeting. Other officers include Andrew Gibbs of Athens who will serve as vice president and Anne Jones of Eustace who was elected secretary. Adoption of policies and by-laws was approved. Ob- jectives of the organization will be to provide for closer cooperation among all school boards in the Henderson County Area to improve our schools; Meet together to discuss common school pro- blems; Obtain and make available to members infor- mation of interest and im- portance to school board members; To cooperate with approved parent and teacher organizations in effecting best relations between the schools and patrons; To communicate with the State Legislature the position of this organization concerning the enactment of public school laws; To sponsor, develop and encourage pro- grams designed to improve the position of public educa- tion in the area, state and nation. SCHOOLS from page one Every school board within the Henderson County Area may become a member of the Association, and super- intendents of each member school will be non-voting members. Richard Bennett of Aus- tin, director of state funding for Texas Education Agen- cy, was guest speaker for the evening and talked on House Bill 1126. Bennett gave a brief discription of the bill pointing out strengths and weaknesses that might af- fect local schools. Representatives were present from Brownsboro, Trinidad, Henderson County Junior College, Malakoff, Cross Roads, Athens, and Eustace. Esther Class Honors With Orchid The members of the Esther Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church, Malakoff, gathered at the home of Mrs. W.M. Johnson on Tuesday evening, May 4, for their regular monthly meeting. After a brief busi- ness meeting and a Bible game session, Mrs. L.E. Adams brought an inspiring devotional based on Mat- thew 5:13, "Ye are the salt of the earth..."  Following the devotional period, the sixteen members present enjoyed delicious refreshments and a time of fellowship. They surprised their teacher, Mrs. William Cartlidge, with an orchid in honor of her upcoming retire- ment. Little League To Pick Rosters On Saturday '"TURTLE BAX" Byer Junior SHIRTS from $798 Joeys Girl TANK TOPS Reg. $3 `9 Random Knit Hagger Leisure SHELLS Values to s7 $577 Values to s6 $4 77 SUITS Navy & Brown Polyester Double Knit Designed for men who appreciate fashion Malakoff Little League with comfort. coaches will draft team members Saturday, it was disclosed this week following H.I.S. an organizational meeting Sunday. Pre Washed Billy C. Norwood was elected president of the JEANS Little League and Mrs. Helen Kilman was named secretary. Values to s17 On May 7, Officer Clark to took two Malakoff men into custody after he stopped their vehicle on Highway 9( North. One was charged with drunk in vehicle, and the other with public intoxi- cation. On May 7, Chief Wilson and Officer Clark investi- gated a non-collision acci- dent in which a trailor loaded with brick being pulled by Rodney G. Novert of Cop- peras Cove, broke loose from the blazer he was driving the vehicle. She was uninjured. Famous Brands KNIT DRESSES s6 Value Patterns and Some Solids Size 8 to 20 SHORTS *4  Value $2" Values from I/ '50 to '50 ;off Values to '25 s1697 Long Sleeve Vivid Prints LEISURE SHIRTS family and l wish to thank the schTeleultistfgral:)2'bbut the schedule has not yet 15% off rflil people and voters who worked been prepared, she said. Applications were due to $48 hard and were so loyal to us. in the be returned to the schoolby Wednesday, but Mrs. Kil- Reg. '9" man said entries in by 1st Primary. We would sincerely Friday would be accepted. $1271 The entries must be in by Reg. '15 then in order to make out the your continued support in the team rosters Saturday. 5th Election. Just Arrived New shipment of gift ware items in American made brass. / Leo & Faye Kinabrew P.S. Wendy and Andy, our grandchildren, say "Thanks too!" B/ Values to *19 ,97  l ill