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r~ m f~ '1'4 me +ii+ + ~+ ++ / +: 0 0 +i~i i i r+~=+ ;!: + i i + DIVISION ALL STARS--Malakoff's Major Division All Stars will open the 1983 Girls' Little Dribbler Regional '~ JUNIOR DIVISION ALL STARS---Representing Malakoff on the Junior Division All Star team are: Front Row (I-to.r) here today (Thursday) against LuPoynor at I p.m. Team members Include: Front Row (I-t~r) Kim M a.t.t!ngiy, Tracy Wilson, Annsley Brown, Klm Crawford, Jody Hyde, Kellle Hernandez and Stacy Quinn. Back Raw (l.to-r) Soniea Aiisha Reese, Mady Emerlne, Alisha Harris and Melissa Gannon..acK ItOW {I-to-r~ uevanna wnnams, Holt, Julie Gardner, Wyntress Smothers, Tara Johnson, Sharonda Sparks and Fran Andrews. Team couches are Donna Smith, Tyra Gilmore, Qulvorla Smothers and Marcl Ferrell. Team coaches are Mark Ferrell, Lerl Hyde and Colleen Conditt. The Junior Division All Stars begin tournament action tonight (Thursday) at 6 p.m. against Winners of the regional meet advance to the National Tournament In Levelland June 1-4. (Staff Qultman. Regional tournament play gets underway at 1 p.m. at the Malakoff High School gym. See tournament and story, page 6. (Sta ff photo by Benny Rogers) PRESS 1982 cents "The Voice of the Lignite City" single copy YEAR, NUMBER 19 P.,,, +o,). m.h,k,,ri++ T,+,,. + 7+i 4.,~ ,180-()53 1 THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1983 was named Best All of+ 35th Annual the Spivey Memorial+ A t is ~' awarded+to the at the rodeo: The award is sponsored by Olin and l~y Dukes. He also won the Bareback Bronc Riding and was given the Eugene Carter Award which was given this year by the Carter family. The rodeo, which began on Friday with the traditional parade through town, was dedicated to Olin Dukes by the FFA chapter in appreciation for all his assistance and service for many years, not only to the FFA chapter and the rodeo but also to the community. Results from each event were: High School Barrels: Ist plece-Palge Surls .... Stewar~ Mabauk and 3rd ~ Easley- Eustace; Jr. Barrels: 1st place.Chris Sims-Palestine, 2nd place-Leah Colvin- Fairfield and 3rd place-Randy Sims- Palestine. Scoop Race: 1st place-Tim Gannon and John Costlow-Malakoff, 2nd place- Tracy Edwards and Brian McCord- Malakoff and 3rd place-Phllllp Suris and Craig Spivey-Malakoff; Jr. Steer Riding: 1st place-Denny Hodge- Malakoff and 2nd place-Paul Loper- Malakoff. O i iii Bareback Bronc Riding: Ist place- Tim Mattingly-Malakoff, 2nd Brant Burnett-LaPoynor and 3rd Bryttn Bi/'t~Brownsbor0~ Dogging: Ist place-John Newlnd- Malakoff, 2nd place-Jeff SpiVe~, Malakoff end 3rd place-Russell Lemons-Brownshoro+ Bull Riding: Ist place-Todd Locke- Malakoff, 2nd place-Phil Dulaney- Malakoff and 3rd place-Jay Calvin- Kerens; Wild Steer Saddling: 1st place- Jason Bray, Russell Lemon and Bryan Birt-Brownsboro, 2nd place-Michael Gregory, Tim Mattingly and Warren Alexander-Malakoff. In the ~th Annual Malakoff FFA Rodeo spent both Friday and Saturday nights "hanging m." trying hie luck on the builride, lest his hat before he and his opponent cleared the chute. Todd Locke, went on to win the event with Phil Dulaney in second place. Tim Mattingly was named "Best All Around that was dedicated to long-time suppocter, Olin Dukes. (Staff photo by Lorl Cailaway) By ANN ROUNSAVALL The operation of the Henderson Coun- ty Appraisal District (HCAD) again was the subject of lengthy discussion at the Malakoff School District board of trustees meeting Tuesday night. A split vote approved payment of routine bills for the district after trustee Charles Merman voted against the motion. Morman's no vote was strictly in op- ~dition to the quarterly payment to operation of the HCAD. Trustee Terry Shelton abstained from the vote. Merman told fellow trustees that he would continue to vote against any payment to HCAD until the MISD is provided with regular lists of expen. ditures and audit copies of the HCAD. "We're footing the bill," he said, "and I think we are entitled to know where the money is being spent." In a related discussion AI Inmon ap- peared before the board to question payment of a penalty on his property tax. ~i,~I ~ Ha Harold Colvin was named Trinidad Citizen of the Year at the annual Cham- ber of Commerce Banquet Friday night. Colvin was cited for his word as chamber vice-president in 1982 and for his service as chairman of the Trinity River Jamboree during the presen- tation by the 1981 Citizen of the Year, Cleora Fleming. Following the dinner at the Trinidad School cafeteria Bob Jett of Lone Star Gas Company from Dallas entertained guests with his explanation of the "energy crisis". Jett utilized "make believe" projection and screen during his comedy presentation while providing realistic facts about a serious national problem. Outgoing chamber president Ernest Jenkins presented certificates of ap- preciation to retiring board members Herb Saunders and Bob Elsom for their 8eo. AWARDS, page 14 Employment of personnel was thetrack coach and teacher and O.B. majority of action approved by Casey was re-assigned to asslst with the Trinidad School trustees in a regular foothallprogram. and track and junior high school girls' Graduation exercises will be held for Malakoff, Cross Roads and Trinidad ,:: :,~: THE YEAR--Harold Colv/n was named Citizen of'the Year in basketball. The uniforms are scheduled to arrive Seniors of 1983 Friday night, May 27. .... :! lyew ruing at the annual Chamber of Commerce Banquet. Colvin. Two aides were employed under Title by Aug. 15. OLD FIDDLERS REUNION SET MAY Z7 : :ii: * m, ~ orgaalzatio,, served as ehalrman of the Trlnlty RJver Jam- I for an additional year. Both An~ Trustees also approved a list of tran. The 52nd annual Old Fiddler s Reunlon will be held ln Athens May 27 starting at +~: r, Malting the l~nmemti~ was the 198| winner, Cleora Fleming. Holcemb and Sandy Banimton had ore- afar students, minutes of the prior 9 a.m. Friday morning. Masters of ceremonies will be Bob McGee and Bud~ll .at the lmaquet, heldattheTrinkindkhoolcafeterin, wasBobJett tracts renewed, meeting and bills for payment. They with the feature band belng Cliff Brunor and his Texas Wonders from Houston. StevePatridgeofPlalnvlewwasem- also discussed future Ioak for the ---: ----~- .,,.-..~+~--- .: . ins Company of Dallas. Jett lave a humeroas presentation of the ployed as assistant football coach, head district. mmu'gy crbb. (~tafl l~m~ by A~n Rmmsavafl) ................ = : r " := --! ' -- " " + ..... ........ .... ~: ..... " + ,+ :i meeting Monday night. The board also approved the band Restaurant for their weekly luncheon. Dee Germany was employed as budget for the coming year, including Malakoff Lions Club will meet Thursday night (tonight) May l9 at 7 p.m. atthe :~ physical education teacher. She will the purchase of 60 new uniforms at a Lion's Den. Ladies nlght will be Thursday, June 2, at 7 p.m. also have high school girls' volleyball cost of 112,500. GRADUATION SET FRIDAY GRADUATION SECTION INCLUDED :: The annual Malakoff News Graduation Section is included with this week's edition to The News. The salute to graduates features seniors from Malakoff, Cross Roads and Trinidad schools. ? LOG CABIN VOLUNTEERS SET RUMMAGE SALE Log Cabin Estates Volunteer Fire Department will have a rummage and bake ::+:: ~' sale Saturday, May 28, at the Big Red Barn. Donations of $1 each are being taken on a rod and reel, tackle box and four prizes of plastic fishing worms. There wi~ i:i! be six total prizes given and donations may be made with theladies at the sale. i =+ The drawing will be at 3 p.m. at the Red Barn and you will not need to be present ~ to win. GARAGE SALE TO BE HELD Members of the Trinidad United Methodist Church will host a giant garage sale ~ at the Trinidad Community Center June 3 and 4. All proceeds from the sale will go into the building fund of the church. The sale will be held Friday afternoon and Saturday. t SCHOOLS TO DISMISS EARLY All Malakoff Schools will release at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, May 25 and 26. Parents should make note of the early release time. i~ii~ MEETINGS Malakoff City Council will meet in regular session Monday, May 23, at 7 p.m. at the city municipal building. Masonic Lodge No. 759 Study Club will be held Monday evening, May 23, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Wednesday, May 25, at the Harbor House See, BOARD, page 8 Inmon said that his tax statements arrived in his mail April 1, the begin- ning delinquent date for payment of taxes. "I'm looking at the principle of this thing," Inmon said, ,'not the Board president Ron to Inmon that the district's was mandated by state law, to the date the statements were mailed. Inmon said that there was no post-