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Hog8 & Sons + Sprln6 ort, Book Bindery ~ I~l Mich, 49284 !::l [I 1961 will graduate in ders, Jr., Dana Lynn Arthus, John E. Dewayne Grayer, Davey Lynn Hanna, exercises at the Atkins, Jr., Rickey Glenn Bailey, Annie Mac Hines, Curtis Lee Ivey, May29. Jackie Marie Barron, Samuel Rufus Gayla Loraine Jackson, Karen Elaine Class of '81 at Blair, Jr., Christopher Scott Bullard, Jackson, Jeanette Ann Johnson, with the program Scott Gordon Ciardo, James Coleman, Richard Lane Jordan, Barry Steven at 8 p.m. at Tiger Billy Mac Comer, Jr., David Cotton, John Patrick Cross, Jane Leigh Dren- Killingsworth, Gary R. Laughery, Iry, president ofnan, Danny E. Driver, Howard J.Kimberly Shawn Locke, Melanie at Snyder, will Driver, Larry Scott Dunn, Harold Ray Darlene Lowry, Barbara Ann McCatn, Durmon, Ga~,lon O. Edwards, Steven Clifton David McDonald, Sandra Kathie Phinny andBryan Ferrell, Deena Faye Fletes, Fleming McGee, Juanita Marie Shoed will present Donna Denise Flowers, Glyndon B. McGibboney, Timmy L. Markham, class Gates and Kimberly Shay Gawlik.Christopher J. Mesa, Sherri Annice Morgan, Kathy Morris, Beverly Gay the class are Debora Also, Claudette Sue Givens, Ronald Newell, Radie L. Norris, Melinda J. James Douglas Am Keith Gragson, Jerry D. Graves, Olson, Carolyn AnnetteOverton, Fran- celia Fannette Perkins, Eugene Yates. High School and now principal at ~ Thomas Perry, Kathie Phinny, and At graduation exercises for Cross Mabank School, will present the ad. Paul A. Redic. Roads High School seniors Bob Farmer dress at Trinidad High School exer- Also, Becky Ruth Robertson, Russell of Henderson County Junior College cises. They will be held at 8 p.m May 29 i Louis Rogers, Julie Marie Royall, will be guest speaker. Services will at the high school auditorium, Tracie Lea Rushin, William B. Self, beginat8p.m, in the auditorium.Charles Freeman will be valedic- James Howard Smith, Thelma Denise Sandra Bevel and Susan Turlington torian and Lori Tidmore will be Smith, Julie Jean Sneed, John N. will bring the valedictory and salutatorian. Speed, Gregory Scott Sprayberry, salutatory addresses. Trudy Jo Symonds, Kimberly Ann Other classmembersincludeTammy Tarkington, Charlotte Kay Truly, Class members include Rhonda An- Bankston, Glenn Boyd, Shirley Hor- Richard K. Upchurch, Marium Lynn ding, Terri Booker, Shelly Drummond, nbuckle, Jerry Kemp, John Riley, Venable, Ruben L. Walker, John David Bill Riddlesperger, Tracy Rounsavall, Maria Shedd, Jeannie Lewis, David Weaver, Vernon C. Wiley, James C. Keith Weldon, Kim Harton, and Misses Lohman, Marty Newton, Vincent Williams, VerdelIMarie Williams, Lisa Bevel and Turlington. Norris, Leslie Spencer and Anna Renee Woolverton and Kenneth Mark Willie Lundy, a graduate of Trinidad Ochoa. "The Heartbeat Ot This Progressive Territory" cents single copy YEAR, NUMBER 21 Box 509, Malakoff,Texas 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1981 ' 0 @ ;RS Football Coach and Phil Trice submitted to the Malakoff I.S.D. at a special session to the board Trice said would become ef- D end of the 1980-81 school to thank Mr. Murray School District and the 1978 School their confiden- that Malakoff has athletics during the last am extremely proud of football team, we were next to the , enrollment wise, in our l in his letter. has been given a fair on an equal basis, or social status. play an important @ould be number one when it comes to the control of their children and not blame others for their downfall," he said. Trice said early Tuesday that there was a group of kids at MHS that he hated to leave. "It was hard to make the decision. I was close to this group and felt that they were close to me," he said. "The business opportunity that came up was the major factor in my decision because it was one that I felt I could not turn down. I had told the boys that if I remained in coaching I would stay here." "They are a special bunch of kids here," he continued. Trice's two-year contract was not renewed by the M.I.S.D. board in Mar- ch. He was left with one year remaining. "I've got one more year," he said, "but it comes up in February. I could go 15-0 and win state next year but there are two school board members who would not change their opinion of me." Trice said that some board members listed three flaws in his program. "The finished product (the ones to graduate) are not becoming good citizens," he was told by beard mem- "I think there was only a handful of "That first year, 1978, our record was + bers; "That students were not treated people who had complaints with me, 2-8; the 1979 year was 2-8 and in 1980 the .... fairly, and that the students did not and most of the complaints were per- team compiled a 7-3 record and finished .... respecthim (Trice)." sonal," he said. "Unless the silent second in District 18AAA," he said. He Other complaints, Trice said, stem- majority speaks up the problem will go was named by the Cedar Creek Pilot reed from summer activities where unchanged." newspaper "Lake Area Coach of the .... some students were reportedly seen Trice said he didn't intend to run Year" for 1980 and also was named by drinking. Trice said that beard mere- from a problem but that "when you get the Corsicans Daily Sun "Golden Circle ..... ~ hers indicated to him that he should be a good opportunity you have to go with Coaching Staff." In addition, he was : able to control those activities, it." responsible for the forr6ation of the "One of the factors that I included tn Trice was hired by the Malakoff Fellowship of Christian Athletes at making my decision," Trice said, "is LS.D. board in June of 1978, He came Malakoff High School. > the importance of church work and in- from Mt. Pleasant where he was an "I'm proud of these kids and con- volvement to myself and my family." assistant coach, fident that they will do good during He said that the problems with his Job "I inherited a sophomore laden team their next season," Trice said. "They ~ i+" had created a bad environment at chur- with only two returning iettermen," he know what is expected of them and how ch for his family, said. to perform," he continued. PHIL TRICE ~i , By PAT HARRIMAN on Regions, Compacts and District~ has approved a significantly changes the East Texas House represented by Elton Bomer-D of Montalba and Jim conunlttee plan, approved late Sunday night, Henderson, An- Cherokee counties will make up the 10th district, while of Cherokee County, along with Angelina and Trinity counties, 14th district includes Anderson, Freestone + Smith County. Turner's current 15th district in- Leon and Limestone counties. numbers vastly differ from the present district numbers numbering system used by the committee. If this plan is will still' represent Henderson County, but he will lose Part of Smith counties and pick up part of Cherokee County. plan, Smith County will be split between the 8th and would also include Van Zandt, Rains and Wood I under the Kanfman Roekwall and part of Dallas counties. ~rrison counties. County. Probably not begin floor debate on these proposals tintil plan is now in Conference Committee and taken no action on the Senate-approved Senate redistricting ~i'i~'~~ ,4 NOT DAUNTED by the rainy weather this hearty moss rose supplied a colorful plies its own bouquet in color with each bloom In a different shade. (Staff Photo bloom on a cloudy day. The moss rose Is one of the few flowering plants that sup- by Ann Rounsavall) By ANN ROUNSAVALL Malakoff City officials agreed Mon- day night to join with the Henderson County YMCA in providing a park for .:i the area. Meeting with the council was J.D. (Red) Waller, who also serves as a member of the YMCA board of direc- tors. Waller told councilmen that development of the YMCA park will be a boost to the entire area and that the park is planned to be one that can by used by everyone in the area. He said MDA Poster Child, attended the MD Skate-A-Thon In Athens Saturday at the Skate Palace. Pictured with , lkner and Malakoff Pledge Center Coordinator Peggy Hall. (Staff photo by Bob Runyon) the pa{,k will be available to the local the council that the field would be Little League program, the school available for the local Little League baseball team and to the local softball program. teams. City Manager John Lott told the Waller requested the lights, poles and council that the city also has additional fence now located at the city park west lights that have been in storage for of the city limits for use at the new about four years. park. The new area will have one "We might as well put those lights to baseball field, two tennis courts, a soc- cer field and jogging area. He assured see CITY, page 8 Trinidad.C of C .... .... plans banquet Calendar of events Jack Thomas of Texas Power & Light Company out of Dallas will be the guest at the annual Trinidad Chain- speaker ber of Commerce Banquet to be held June I, The banquet, set to begin at 7 p.m., will be a baked ham and turkey dinner. It will be held at the Trinidad Com- munity Center. To be discussed at the meeting will be continuing Chamber activities, in- cluding the planned community park, a 1981 4th of July fireworks display, the third annual Trinity Jamboree, and projects aimed at obtaining a banking facility for the town and recruitment of a doctor. New officers to be installed will be David Burton as president, James Johnston as vice president and Frances Estes as secretary. Tickets are on sale for $5 each from Barksdale Food Store, Trinidad Dairy Mart and at the Chamber of Commerce office, The Malakoff Band is selling names for their annual calendar for 25 cents per name for birthdays and 50 cents for anniversaries. To have your name included contact any member of the band or John Brown, director. Malakoff Volunteer Firemen will meet for a training session Monday, June 1, at the fire station. The Trinidad Chamber of Commerce will hold their annual banquet Monday, June 1, at the Community Center. Tickets are on sale for $5 each. Malakoff Masonic Lodge Number 759 study club and MM degree will be held Monday, June 1, at the lodge hall. Malakoff Dad's Club will hold theft regular meeting Tuesday, June 2, at 7 p.m. at the club's facilities. Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, June 2, at the Harbor House Restaurant for their weekly luncheon. The I.O.O.F. will held their regular weekly meeting at the lodge hall Tuesday, June 2. 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