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Year Mai koff, Hemlermm County, Texu 75148, Friday, June 20, 1969 Number 25 T-dad Council Calls Election To Decide About Sal, Trinidad , Bibl, School Meeting in regular session evening, the council voted to on Tuesday evening, the Trini- rope off 200 foot area around dad City Council called for an the intake valve at the city "Christ Loved the Church,' [ election to be held on August Lake. The measure was taken will be the theme of the Trini- l 2, which will serve a two fold when it was discovered that dad United Methodist vacation purpose, fish hooks and other debri was church school to begin Mon- Voters will be asked to cast being caught in the valveday, June 23, with classes their ballots for a council causing trouble, concern and held daily through Friday, member and also to determine cost to the city. June 27. if, the city is to have a one The study hours will begin perecent local sales and use~ ,each morning at 8:30 and stu- tax. dents will be dismissed at 11. Necessity for an election Youth of the community and arose when Councilman An- those visiting with relatives drew Jackson accepted era- are invited to participate in ployment in and moved to i each session and also take Athens. His work as a radio i Part in the parade to be held ~ man in the county jail pre- ]at 10 a.m. Saturday. The pa- rade will originate at the vented his being able to attend BASEBALL RESULTS church and all those who wish meetings and his place on the LITTLE LEAGUE council will have to be filled, to be in the procession are The elected official will serve FRIDAY, JUNE 13 asked to be on time. ,~ until the regular April guber- Cowboys 8 B~le school topics to be natorial election. Astros 5 discussed are "Friends A- ~ Possibility of the town's hav- Winning pitchers -- Raymond round Us," "Bible Lands and Meet the Cowboy team of 1969. Jimmy Williams, Russell Bowman, ing a sales tax to allieviate Green, David Reese Times," and "Paul-Man With Front row, left to right: Billy Town. Barry Steenbergen, David Reese some of the burden of munici- Home runs -- James Lester a Mission." Icy, Kenny Brown, Jimmy Crouch, and Raymond Green. Back row: pal expenses, has been dis- Jackson, Raymond Green, Mrs. Margaret French has Rodney Monroe, Randy Allen, Floyd Jessie Green, Johnny Jenkins, cussed in a number of prior David Reese been named director of the Thomas and Roger Tarver. Second James Lester Jackson and Raymond SATURDAY, JUNE 14 week long school, row: Johnny Phinny, Rickey Carson, Reese. meetings. At the Tuesday Green and David Reese, both starting meeting, it was decided to put Trinidad 10 for the local Cowboy team pose for the the issue before residents of Cross Roads 9 ~;::;f~:.:~:~,~4~:.~:~411~,::~9~ With relief pitchers, Rodney Monroe and the community and let the Winning pitchers- Mark ,bergen. qualified voters have the final M re;' Mark Hines cks e done ed say. By holding both the elect- MONDAY, JUNE 16 ions at the same time, con-Astros C I saved the city. Then too,Winning pitchers -- Teal osing ool Year; should the sales tax pass, city Givim, Randy Collins Visitors iron tshtearPe~ r~ A~d.ba " The east end of the home is table featuring a gold fram residence " - Drown anu green nues with the dedicated to the sleeping corn- mirror. fathers expect it to become ef- TUESDAY, JUNE 17 dition of Cedar Creek Lake, overall color theme brightened forts of Mr. and Mrs. Graham~ Mr. Graham's bedroom is Cash For New 70 lastfective at the beginning of thequarter of the year on Cowboys~ I00 aeed not go any further than by wallpaLntings and the ma- and is reached by a long car. October 1. W~ pitcher -- David the lush, sloping lawn, studded ny antiques found in the room. acted hall leading off from the tremity of the hall and is de- with Oak trees and beautifully The north ~ all in glassed in living area. The entire east signed for pleasure and com- fi, l wind-up of the the transportation as well.Council members were in comPlete agreement that Home runs -- David Reese landscaped with all types of to give a view of a wide sweep wing is carpeted in an off see GRAHAM, on page 8 ~ool year close at Wash outs from heavy rains, shrubs and flowering plants, of the lawn and lake. Whenwhite deep pile. Continuing in their plus additional landscaping on should the town adopt the tax, revenue received would be PEE WEE LEAGUE to feast their eyes on a scene privacy is desired, heavy Mid-way down the hall, a OPerate on "a pay the new football field and gen- used entirely for permanent THU'RSDAY, JUNE 12 of serenic beauty, frapes with avocado green as powder room for visitors is Mankin Picnic , the Mal- eral overall price increases, improvements of streets, Trinidad 11 Although the front area also the predominant color, closes provided on the right. Walls Board of Trus- have created a demand for lights and other facilities nec- Braves 10 commands the attention, the off the outside world. A con- are done in a striking black on the [or a 1970 bus to in September; another for delivery in Voted to clear a in the transpor- at Citizens State :lear the Title I pending the Fed- All these in the Mon- Session. included a re- field con- is amounting cash outlay than that the finished the financial SOme $1,600 and discus- pertain- the 1970 bus aside from the in the current of a Will bring the up to good Bill the News, Plan to try to bus into the concluded. that the 5 buses and (prior to is that of new vehicle with all free of debt. In the tmm explained" existing state and actual cost school has bank dur- of the pe .ng and federal meeting, he prac- to pay general fund, of the the Fed- Wben fud. would % that . was taken and to more funds from the school I Ji lding prngram than was first anticipated and earmark- ed for the football field Con- tract work for fill and sod was completed here this week. Other than the loss of dirt from rains, the original bud- get did not include the cost of ~eying brought about by the moving or lowering (for some unknown reason) of the original stakes marking the field contour. Also mound- ing dirt around the field was added to supply adequate drainage. Bleachers are under con- struefion at this time and the sprinklers are being used at night in an effort to get a good sod by the opening of the football season. Acting on the written resign- ation of high school Principal :,Noel Jackson which was sub- mired by him to individual hoard menhers, the trustees voted to accept his resignation and also that of his wife who taught in the elementary school. The couple has accept- ed positions in the Palestine school system; be as principal of the Westwond I-n gh School and she will be an instructor in the sceond grade. .-Miss Vanna Cook, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. O. B. Cook, and recent graduate of Texas Western University at Denton, has accepted a posi- tion on the Malakoff school faculty. -Applicatiom are being ac- cepted by . Superintendent James Sheffield to the va- eanies created by the re g. nations of the Jacksons, and those who resigned previous- ly. They were, Mrs. Phillip Hatton, junior high; Ross Stroble, elementary; Mary Wade, elementary; Pauline B len, elementary and Troy Rhodes at the high school. Tho position that Miss Cook will fill was not indicated. Attending the Monday night meeting were Bradshaw, Mrs. L. O. Rohertson, Lewis Vier- egge, John Bumgardner, Dan Royail, Jr Bruce Smith and Supt. Sheffield. The meeting replaced the regular scheduled one of June 9, which was post- poned because the superin- tendent was out of town at that :time. essary to the community, and which now cause a tremendous drain on the city's budget. The sales and use tax was recently adopted by the neigh- bering town of Malakoff and has been in use for some time in other surrounding commu- nities. Unlike other taxes, on- ly local residents would bene- fit from the sales and use tax as all revenue remains within the city. It is expected that much of the money would be provided by transient traffic. In other business Tuesday, Parhuiew Bible School The Parkview Missionary Baptist Church of Malakoff will sponsor a daily summer vacation Bible School during the week of June 23, according to an announcement made to- day by Mrs. Gertrude Brown who has been named superin- tendent of theschool. Pre-enrollment will be held this morning at 9 o'clock with a downtown parade to follow. All children of the commun- ity, no matter their choice of churches, is invited and urged to attend. Bible study classes and hand- work projects will begin each afternoon at 1:30 and continue until 4. The concluding scimol program with a display of completed projects will be a part of the Sunday evening, June 29, service. Mrs. Brown said that refresh- ments will be served each day of th hool. Others who have been cho- sen to work with the children are Mrs. Catherine Williams, teacher of the junior high di- vision, and assisted by La- verne Ruth; Mrs. Donna Ricks, junior teacher with Mrs. Mac Baker as co-worker; Mrs. Norma Durmon, primary in- structor, assisted by Mrs. Glenda Roberts and Miss Dor- is Stone; Mrs. Barbara Ricks, teacher of beginners with co- workers, Mrs. Fayrene New- eR and Mrs. IAllie Newell and Mrs. Frances Gafford, in charge of the nur" ry. wining pitchers -- Greg Colvin, Jay Tart Home runs -- Greg Colvin FRIDAY, JUNE 13 Cardinals 14 Pirates 10 Whining pitchers -- Greg Perry, David Dickerson MONDAy, JUNE 16 Braves 14 CardinaLs 11 W'uming pitciua's -- Wesley Hughes, Lance Morman Home runs -- Randall Jack- son --2 TUESDAY, JUNE 17 Trinidad 22 Pirates 11 Winning pitchers -- Greg Colvin, Scott Bradley Home runs -- Wesley Holy otthe Pirates Sandra Carter's Miss Sandra Carter, 14 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter of Malakoff, was rushed to Medical Center Hos- pital in Tyler late Tuesday evening suffering with a brok- en leg. Mr. Carter. told the News Wednesday morning that the accident occurred at the fami- ly home around 5 p.m. while he was mowing the lawn. He said that he asked Sandra to move some lawn chairs out of the way, and she was in the act of obeying when the mow- er ran over a half inch water line connection. The mower picked up the connection and threw it, hitting his daughter on the right leg. The connection knocked a hole about the size of a half dollar in the limb, and travel- ed on to break and shatter the bone between the knee and thigh. Mr. Carter first carried his daughter to Haynes Hospital and then transferred her to Tyler. There, the doctors put her in traction and were to ob- serve the wound for three days. Then if no infection bad set in, they were to operate and insert a pin. Sandra is presently in room 3H5 and would appreciate cards from her friends. most picturesque view is found at the rear of the split level, brick home. Here the lawn continues it's slope until it reaches the water's edge where Mrs. Graham admits she sits in the cool shade of a tree and fishes and "catches" crappie by the dozens." While she is enjoying her favorite sport, Mrs. Graham is surrounded by dozens of rose bushes in full bloom and other flowering plants and vines giving off their sweet aroma. Should she and her husband simply desire to loll in the fresh air and observe the beauty of nature, large, colorful, beach umbrellas, comfortable chairs and handy tables, are found placed at ad- vantageons points on an enor- mous concreted patio leading out from the lower deck of the home. A wide gallery, as large at some points as is alioted to the living area of a home, runs from the upper level of the west end of the house, all the way around the back and across to the eastern most reaches of the structure. All fiirnishing on the gallery are placed and suited to the com- fort of guests and the area gives a lift to the spirits with the many dashes of color found in various decorations. Once visitors have sated their appetite for the beauty of out- doors, they are admitted into the spacious home by means of double doors of Spanish de- sign which sets the mood for interior decorations. The doors open into a large foyer done in green and white embossed wallpaper with a dark Spanish commode topped with a gold leaf Spanish mir- ror found on the right wail. A half brick and woodwork separation wall on the north- east corner, lends an air of privacy to the entrance. The floor of the lobby is laid in black and tepra-eotta tile of authenie Spanish design which extends into the enor- mous living-dining area. Here Mrs. Graham used the Spanish decor to the best advantage. The walls are of stained pecan paneling with matching beams running the length of the white ceiling. All ~W.re, such as the massive low table, divan, versation piece in the north- east corner of the room, is a black wrought iron spiral staircase on which dresden soldiers, dressed in the Kings guard are standing guardion on each stair. Priceless an. tiques are found throughout the home. To the west of the living area a heavy, octagon shaped table with Monk chairs, dominate the center of the dining alcove. Hovering low over the table is a beautiful hand wrought glass and lead lamp made by an old Catholic Mission in San Anton- io. The completely built-in kit- chen, done in pumpkin and avocado is walled off from the rest of the rooms and serving is done by means of a waist hieh opening in the wall fac- ing the dining room. A door, opens out of the west side of the kitchen into a hall- way that leads it to the maids vrivate domain. Her bedroom, located at the north of the hall, is done in cheery colors of pinks, blues and greens with wails of near white. Matching colors are found in the bathroom centering the hall. and white embossed wall pa- per and is complemented with a black marble top dressing Pol Traffic Outside of traffic viola- tions, Malakoff Chief of Po- lice LeRoy Rogers reported a very quiet week with no wrecks being worked and no disturbance calls. Eleven traffic tickets were issued with 90 percent of viola- Lions occurring at the red light, Rogers said. "I am try- ing to alert people to the dan- ger of not coming to a com- plete stop at the light," he de- clared. "Traffic is always heavy at the intersection and unless all safety rules are ob- served, danger of a wreck and the possible loss of lives is ever present." Only two other tickets were issued during the week, one person was charged with be- ing drunk and one for driving without a Ueem . located on the northeast ex- FrL June 27tb The terraced and lovely groult~l Of the Peno Graham at Harbor, draw to the Preparations are now being made for the annual Mankin Picnic and Homecoming slat- ed for Friday, June 27. The event will be held on the Man- kin Church grounds located east of Highway 274, north of Trinidad. The picnic is the only means used by the community to re. eeive revenue for upkeep of the cemetery and local resi- dents are hopeful of a big turnout. Plenty of entertainment has been planned for the day and evening activities along with a variety of delicious home cooked dishes to be served at the dinner hour. Cold drinks and snacks will be on sale throughout the day. Tickets may now be pur- chased at the First State Bank in Trinidad and at Dulaney's Auto Store in Malakoff. To make the pot a little sweeter, a lawn ensembel and clock radio will be given to some lucky persons during the evening hours. hwn of the home to of the surrounding