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May 28, 1981

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The Malalofl News, Thursday, May 28, lgSl.--0A -iii By CHARLIE FREEMAN Monday, the two Trinidad Pee Wee pleased witl~ the players' performance league teams will play each other in this early in the season. The two teams their first game of the season. The Lit- are playing again tonight (Thursday) to fie League team drew a bye in the first see how their teams are progressing. week of competition. The Trojans and the All Stars will be Tuesday, the Trinidad pony league receiving new jerseys very soon. The team, the Trojans, and the girls softball matching uniforms are blue and white team, the All Stars, will travel to Cross and were paid for with some of the Roads to compete in their flrst games of proceeds of the Men's Slow-pitch So(- the 1951season. tball Tournament held in Trinidad a The Trojans met the Malakoff pony couple of weeks ago. The girl's team league team Thursday in a practice will also carry the names of sponsors match. Both teams played well. who are supporting the program. However, the name of the game wasn't winning Thursday night. Both teams This year there are several Kerens were looking for weaknesses and ways boys playing on each of the Pee Wee to improve their game. Johnny Bolton, teams. Both the Trinidad Blues and coach of the Trojans, said that it was a Trinidad Reds are glad to have the boys "good practice" and that he was very participating. Y, 10th grade student at Cross Roads High School, will UIL Twirling competition in Austin May 31 through June 1. basic champion in her age group for last year. (Staff photo e e ICa of Trinidad is one of medical schools and 12 by dental ~e preprofessional schools. of sciences and The 19 other students from the StephenF. Austin State programs accepted into various to professional professional schools include six in nur- training, sing, three in physical therapy, three in to medical occupational therapy, one in optometry of Texas at San and six in medical technology. Trinidad High School, and Mrs. Roderick He graduated SFA with a degree in Slagle, director of programs at the total from SFA in- accepted by 'HIGH SCHOOL Majorettes from Malakoff who will be attending the UIL State Twirling Meet in Austin May 31-June l will be Tract Newman, Cheryl Whiteside, Lisa Watts, and not pictured is Julle Sneed, Tracie Rushin, and Kim Tarkington. (Staff Photo by Lori Callaway) on area road Construction began Wednesday, May lanes, care when driving along this project 13 on F. M. 3062, from the end of F.M. The contract was awarded to Wayne and to observe all warning signs and 3062, 2.1 miles West of F. M. 90, North Adams of Malakoff who submitted a flagpersons. approximately 0.7 miles. This work low bid of $130,496.41. The contractor H.C. Waggonner, Supervising consists of grading, structures and sur- has been alloted 80 working days to Resident Engineer, is the State Depar- facing to accomodate a completed complete the proJect : tment of Highways and Public Tran- roadway consisting of two 12-foot travel Motorists are urged to use extreme sportatinn's engineer in charge of the work under the supervision of District Engineer W. W. Potter. O cities experience ,e$ tax revenue "sclf-control is at the root of all vir- tues,".,._. _ Samuel Smiles MALAKOFF HIGH SCHOOL MAJORETTES FOR 1981-82 will be (top row) Tracl Newman, Cheryl Whiteside, feature twirler, Cindy Moseley and bottom row is Audry McCurin, Lisa Watts and Margaret Costlow. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) to hold Sale for Blind The Lions Club will be stationed on the Malakoff Food Fare Plaza Satur- day, May 30, 1981, offering for sale Brooms and Mops and other household items, made by the blind. Some mem- ber's will be calling on the businesses. Any and all purchases at this sale will be very much appreciated by the blind and by the Lions Club. Profits from the sale will be used for the needy and communities activities. This year the club paid over $600.00 for eye examinations and glasses for needy school children in the Malakoff, Cross Roads and Trinidad Schools. They also support the Cripple Childrens Camp in Kerrville, Texas as well as diabetics. At Christmas, the club seeks the ones who will be in need, and helps to make their Christmas a little more enjoyable. They are sponsors of the Malakoff Boy Scouts of America, and aid them financially. ROYALL- I N SU RANCE AG ENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. 489-0520 _ml .. "r" See... Sue Barnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. Lake area towns all m increase in their from the state a check for to a 1980 check of Gun Barrel City in their mon- check for the for the same pay received a check for the month. The same time last year .81. The April tax Points was check for the $10,613.54. The wasfor 217.22. rebate check forthe $4543.14. The check month was for in a check for ~red to last year's Bullock said his office is sending The May check for Caney City Texas cities more than $36.1 was $3781.62. The check for Coney million in sales tax rebates for City for last month was for May. $3700.49. Bullock said he felt an upswing in first quarter sales and the Bringing in a monthly check for agency's rapid rebate system to$3279.47 was Trinidad. The April the cities accounted for larger than check for Trinidad was $340.24. normal checks for the month. State Comptroller Bob Bullock The biggest chunk of sales rebates this month will go to Houston. Houston will receive $19.8 million, bringing the city's 1981 payments to date to $58.3 million. The May check for Dallas will be $10.8 million, bringing the city's 1981 payments to $31.8 million. Fort Worth will receive $3.5 million this month, pushing that city's total for the year to $10.3 million. The city sales tax is collected along with the state sales tax by merchants and businesses and is rebated monthly by the Comp- troller's office to cities where it is levied. said rebates of the one percent city sales tax for the first five months this year are up more than 40 percent over the same period last year. The accompanying chart lists the monies received by Cedar Creek Lake towns and nearby cities. The chart lists the name of the city, the most recent check received, the check received for the same period last year, the total dollars received so far this year, the total dollars received over the same period last year and the percent change to date compared to the same period last year. kL Net Payment This Period 13,310.46 13,104.89 2.090.09 3,781.62 17,979137 10,613.54 4,543.14 3,279.42 0 68,702.58 21,298.36 80,300.87 201,525.09 71,424.58 443:251.48 Net Payment Same Period Last Year 4,812.04 8,733.81 1,517.20 , 2,015.63 6,301.76 4,540.82 2,236.47 2,121.55 0 32,279.28 10,238.93 37,265.84 68,043.99 27,278.72 1 176,006.76 1981Payments 1989 Paymeut to Date to Date 36,244.39 23,484.35 43,095.02 38,982.31, 41943.41 3,223.05 % Change + lO +53 + 16 + 47 +37 +27 +152 15,774.09 13,488.44 =.. 51,159.a 34,686.04 39,129.65 28,453.73 14,973.52 11,715.50 9,955.7~ 3,951.57 0 7,817.97 215,285.67 66,758.65 277,818.61 537,M0.53 222,211.99 1,319,415.45 165,802.96 + 50 64,953.81 + 2 190,867.35 + 45 328,508.41 + 63 169,102.78 + 31 919,235.31 + 82 MACHINE TRAc'r01~ (Horzepower*) MF 205/205-4 (20 encj hp) MF 210/210-4 {25 eng. hp) MF 220/220-4 (31 eng hp MF 230/245/154-4 (34, 42. 42. 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