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2A--The Malak0ff News, Thursday, July 2, 1981 m i: :, i:!/ii . JIIILIIILY * M'flII 5OH I)... J........ M e-An n_deri ng By Ann l ounsavoll There are those people who pass quietly through this life making impact as they go. Jim Williams, who died suddenly at his home last Tuesday, was one of those people. The total impact of our loss has not become fully aware to those of us who knew, respected and loved him. It will come gradually, with time, as we try to fill the gap left by his passing. He served as a steadying influence in my life by his faithful service to the Trinidad First United Methodist Chur- ch. There he served in every possible capacity . . .Sunday School teacher, chairman of the board, choir director and treasurer for more years than I can remember. He made a great im- pression on me by caring for others who needed care, for loving his wife with respect, and for raising a family full of fine children. In recent years I have worked with various youth groups in our church. He was always there, quietly helping. Sometimes he pressed a $5 bill in my hand to help pay for gas for a trip we were making. At times he came to me, quietly, and offered to pay the expense for sending a child to church camp. At other times, when we had fund raising dinners or bake sales, Mr. Jim was always there, quietly supportive, with Mrs. Williams at his side. It is a great tribute to a man when his passing is so widely me)wand. "It takes a good heart to be the kind of man that Mr. Jim has been. His heart played out on him last week, but I know that a part of it is still at work .... the little parts that he shared so freely with others. The Malakoff News : .... will tell you all you need to know about Malakoff, Trinidad, Cross Roads and the Cedar Creek Lake area. It's a bargain per year In Iiende. wa and adJolniag counties Senior Citizens per year Mall eheek to Box $OD, Malakoff, Texas 75148 .( S The Malakoff Cemetery Association is in need of $3,000 for the purchase of two mowersi tenance. A school trustees once said that you could always tell a good superintendent by restrooms in the school building. If those rooms were maintained, clean and neat, taking care of all facets of the job. We believe the same can be said for a city. If the city is concerned and cares, the resting place of their dead will be tended to. Malakoff has a beautiful cemetery site. It is, and has been, well maintained over the is nine acres of dedicated land that is fenced, with brick markers at the entrance the center. It has been cared for .... and that care is obvious. In addition, members of the Malakoff Cemetery Association have looked with the future. In an effort to make the cemetery perpetual care, a fund has been nearing its goal of $50,000 to assure that care will continue throughout the years. It takes money to do these things. Money that must come from people who expect to facilities someday and from people who have family already buried there. The need is here now .... and now is the time to make your contribution to., Cemetery Association. Donations may be left at The Malakoff News office or given directly to C. O. president of the association. = We urge you to give, today. 10years ago th business anniversary in Malakoff with a special sale. A ladies baseball game, which is Log Cabin Estates on Hwy. 90 about 4 described by the,manager, Mrs. Marles miles north of Malakoff has opened a Drake, as "Sports Spectacular" will be mobile home and camper sales unit. staged on the elementary school cam- The Baileys (owners) have a large pus as a benefit attraction to aid the selection of trailers and campers for summer Little League. The manager you to cheosefrom, was quoted as saying, "Baseball will Mrs. Orville Mitchell of Star Harbor never be the same again." was bitten by a copperhead snake while Airman second class Robert S. Mit- clipping grass along a retaining wall. chell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mitchell Velton Grayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Malakoff,.was promoted to the rank Canaria Grayer of Malakoff, is one of 32 recently at James Connally Air Force students selected from more than 1,100 Base where he is a maintenance ad- applicants for admission to The ministrativeclerk. University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Ray Trimble 30years ago are the proud parents of a baby boy. Three Malakoff young ladies, Bobbin The young man was named Eric Lydell. Ruth Hull, Barbara Miller and Jane He weighed 8 lbs. 101/~ ozs. Stout, miraculously escaped death 20 years ago The local food and appliance firm of Phillips Food is celebrating its thirteen- PUBLIC NOTICE when their automobile struck the end of the Caney City bridge and hurtled into a creek bed some 20 feet below. C.O. (Pete) Dodson in official action, was named to membership on the Board of Trustees of the Henderson County Junior College. Pfc. Delroy Graham, who recently completed a course in the radio school at Camp Cbaffee, arrived home for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Graham. To the editor __ PUBLIC HEARING The City of MIdakoff will hold a punic hearinl in the City Hall, lOg South Melton Drive, Mzlakoff, Texas on Mm- day July 15, 1981 at 7.'~ p.m. for the purl~ of oh. talning written and wel comment from the pubfic on the proposed uses of revenue shadng funds in the upcontin. ng Imdpt for Fiscal YW 1981-1982. M=thtkoff, "rexu, 75 i 4B , To the editor: Mlnh~utod citizens groups, umio~ citizen= end senior The Trinidad Little League itl~n ocpniutlem are nnourq~d to attend the Association would like to thank the hm/nt hams att~dtng the Imring =he9 haw the following groups, businesses and in- dim to provide written and oral comnamts and dividnals for their sponsorship and help SUl~Pmtlom mprdlnl Imsibla usa= of rmmnua sherln| this season: funds. Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4133; Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4133 Fellowlng is impo~,nt planning in~ermatlon I~ the Auxiliary; Powell State Bank; Citizens Proposed Use Hearing:. State Bank of Malakoff; Cedar Creek Amount of rm~nua shering fundsBank; Donna's Beauty Shop; Ernest expected $32,750.00 Jenkins; Roy D. Frazier; Lela's Beauty during the upcoming fiscal year Shop; Holt-Peacock; and The Malakoff John k. Loft News. City ~nqw Sincerely, Ann Rounsavall, Secretary I I The Malakoff News !'.(). l~x 509 Publisher .................................................. Dan DweUe Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavalll Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lorl Callaway Advertising Representative ................................. Cindy Ford Production ........................................... Stacy Dun/icusgy The Malakoff News (326700) is publislled weekly by Athens Printing co. ~t Malakoff, Tx., post office address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County I$3 for senior citizens); $5.50 per year in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second