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/ / Malaltoff 00i'ems Year Malakoff, Henderson County, Texas 75148 Friday, July 3, 1970 Number 26 Mov,es Here Minister 00Church0000, nister of the Malakoff of Christ, Andy Law- l Mrs. Lawrence, are Malakoff. along with other parties were prepar- church parsonage for this week and from Corsicana Ally LAWRENCE when the painting and renova- tion of the parsonage at 510 Maple is complete -- expected some time within the coming week. The young .preacher, 27 years old, is a recent graduate of the Preston Road School of Preaching in Dallas, and has been commuting .to the local church during the last two years for regular services. The preacher is a rtive of ...... Harllngen and his wife, a rive of Iowa will celebrate their third wedding anniversary this month. Mrs. Lawrence has taken ad- vantage of the courses avail- able to .the wives of the Church of Christ ministers, and "often studies with me," the preacher said. While in Malakoff Mr. Law- rence will continue study at Henderson County Junior Col- lege. "I would estimate our regular attendance at 60, including guests. We have 35 to 40 regu- lar active members, and one of my first duties will be to com- pile a complete roll of our membership," the young minis- ter said. R. Pulley To Lead Revival Here b. R. PULLEY /iiiiii!ii!:ii: Rev. D. R. Pulley of Terrell will lead Revival at the First Assembly of God Church here July 5 thru 12th. Services, to which the public is cordially invited by P"v. O. B. Cook, Church pastor  the membership body, will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. Rev. Pulley, well known in the area, is a native of Trinidad and married the former Miss Glen Cude of Malakoff. The suc- cessful, accomplished and dedi- cated minister has served in the ministry for 22 years. Dur- ing the, past 15 years he has served as paster of the First Assembly of God Church in Ter- rell. The entire Pulley family is well known for their witness in music and song. ..... JIM BRENNAN-JIM HARRIS" LEAD MALAKOFF ROTARY JIMS AND GEMS Jim Bremman, local attorney, was banded the gavel of leader. ship of me Maf Club for the club year July 70- 71. JIM BRENNAN Backing Bremmn, Jim Harris an engineer and resort devel- Klledi In 00irey , President. J. D. "Red" Waller, outgoing president charged Brennun to encourage and foster the high Crash Rites Held o, m leadership, I as well as by example. The native of Eastland, Texas is married to the former Miss Sue Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Star Har- bor. Harris is a University of Tex. as graduate engineer. The couple has three children- Beth, 10; Chip, 6; and Beckie, .age 3. They are members of the First Christian Church in Ath- ens. He serves as president of "I encourage a c]ose scrutiny Cedar Creek of future candidates for mere- In Malakoff Sat. ,,, policies of Rotary International rather than the methods I've Wins Trophries Funeral services were held used to build .the organization Saturday June 27 for Cecil E. to R's present membership of Shirey of 610 South Broadway, 24," Waller said, adding at- Tyler, Texas. though "we've added some very Mr. Shirey,was a victim of a fine assets to our organization train-truck collision in Tyler on during the past year." He urged June 25. Mter taking his train a closer relationship betwom to Texarkana, Mr. Shirey was members and a greater em- riding beck to Tyler on another phasis on regular attendance. train when the accident occur- The new Rotary president moved to the Star Harbor corn- red. Mr. Shirey was 66 years of munRy last summer, with his age and he is survived by his wife Donna, 10 year old daagh- wife, Mrs. Lucylle Ferguson ter Toni and twin sons Danny Shirey formerly of Malakoff. and David who will be 9 in Other survivors include two August. His new Spanish decor daughters, Mrs. Glenn Miller of law offices, quite an asset to Escondido, California, , Mrs. Malakoff are located next door Royce McCarthy of Houston; to the Post Office. one brother, Grady Shirey of Already in the swing of com- Athens; three sisters, Mrs. muy service the SMU' law Gladys Olive of Dallas, Miss graduate serves as secretary- Lucille Shirey of Corsicane, and treasur of the Malakoff In- Mrs. Mozell Fowler of Malako. du.'ial Foundation, Malakoff Mr. Shirey had been a real- city attorney and Malakoff dent of Tyler for the past four school attorney. years, moving there from Dal- The former Dallasite, who las. He had been an employee was associated with the firm of of the Cotton Belt Railroad for Akins, Vial, Hamilton, Koch, 28 years, and Tubb, is a!so secretary- The services were held at the treasurer of Spanish Village As- First Baptist Church of Mata- sociates, the corporation pro- koff wRh the Rev. Bill Reisor posing to build a 20 unit apart- and the Rev. Wayne Cannon of- merit complex on Malibu before ficiafing. Burial was in the Mal- the opening of school this fall. akoff City Cemetery. Brerman is also a director of Pallbearers were John A. the Martin Foundation, a pri- Moore, J. E. Graham, Earl vate charitable organization. Jones, Alec Bruley, Mutt Smith, The second gem of local Ro- Roy Gee, Stanley Shttmway and stary, Jim Harris is also a tea- Earl Gentry. ident of Star Hm4x)r, one of The Carrol-Lehr Funeral the two popular Cedar Creek Home was in charge of arrange- subdivisions, Cedar Creek Lake merits. Enterprizes of which he is Vice- President, has developed. Barr0n Places 3rd In State Event earlier claimed top first place in the meet held there over 6 other contestants. At Houston the talented young lady, without any special train- lag competed against five of the State of Texas top oratorical students. For her subject Miss Barron chose her own composition re- garding the Constitution and Cltenship. At Corsicana The Cedar Creek Riding Club of Malakoff traveled to Cerslca- na to the Central Texas Quarter Horse Association Play Day last Saturday. The results of the show are as follows; Wess HoR came home with two 5th place trophies -- one in Cloverleaf Barrel Race and one in the Flag race; John Dukes re- ceived 6th place in Western Pleasure Shetlend Pony Class; and Meg Green, club sweet- heart, won 1st place in Straight- away Barrel Racing, Open Flag race, and Western Pleasure. She also placed 2rid in the Flag race in the 12 and under cate- gory. Meg Green and Olin Dukes tried for top honors in the The Flag Race but were put down. TOUGH LUCK! In an interview with Meg Green, she said, "I just have to give Mr. Dukes a few more riding lessons." the Spanish Villiage Associa'on. In Athens, where they lived before moving to Malakoff, Jim was a director of the Athens Jaycees and of the Ather Country Club. The Harris children attend the local schools and the Bren- nan children will begin school here this fall. The Brennan family attend the First Metho. dist Church in Malakoff. For placing third, Miss Bar- ton won $100 and the o- ty to enter the contest next summer. Early this year the young lady competed in the state essay writing competition, g_ng on to regional. Contestants in the Houston merit were treated to an ex- alting schedule of events in- duding a lunehen with the Grand offices of the Elks Lodge; a tour of the Astrodome and parks; a trip to Galveston beach and a deep sea fishing trip, 20 miles out of Galveston Bay; then on a tour to intest- lag sites in San Antonio. The events were scheduled Wednes. day through Sunday. Th first prize winner was awarded $1,000 plus many other benefits. Miss Barr was sponsored by the Elks "Midway Lodge No. 1605" and the "Godess of Midway, Cimpter 1228." J. B. Burley is the Exalted Ruler of M ton to the orat_eal Barton, 17 year high student in the reg- contest staged 19. just two weeks PLACES JIM HARRIS Main Heads Group Seeking $2.4 Million Sanitation Inc. James R. Main was named acting president of the Cedar Creek Sanitation District Assoc- iation at that groups organiz- ationul meeting last Friday nighi, and application for art- Icles of incorpomon for a non- profit organization was ed with the state early this week. The body seeks a community sewer and sanitation system capable of serving the 2,700 Tool Picnic Coming July 175 Fishing Report 'activity starting at 5 PM. Don and Mary Nielos and sons Mark, Gary, Virgil, Ray, and Brett Burkhert all of Dal- las caught 87 croie and saM-. ies- fishing from Fisherman's Wharf over the weekend. The Nicklos are regular weekenders at the WharL As a rule cropple -- and. large ones are ru at 18 to Bobby Wilbanks and his par- ty of 3 others: Claudie McFaul, Norman C. Ccaison and Clyde Ward of Mesquite fishing dur- ing the 10 AMto5 PM hours in about 20 feet caught about 60 crappie weighing up to two and one half pounds and aver- aging three quarter peands fishing from Char lie Beck's Thursday. home area along highway 74 on the west banks of Cedar Creek Reservoir including the resort subdivisions beyond the spillway,, the cities of Tool, Seven Points and the commum ity of Cap City. An early pre- liminary estimated cost of the project )y the Dallas enginecr- Ing firm of Threagill, Dowdy and Associates estimated con- struction cost to serve the 2,700 home potential at 2.4 million dollars. The Friday night meeting was the second for the 274 group in regard o a community sanitation system which would free Cedar Creek Lake Reser- voir of dangers of pollution re- sulting from septic tank and inadequate disposal of other waste matter. "The fast grow- ing resort areas, and booming new towns are a growing threa to the body of water, and as the population continues to soar, Cedar Creek becomes even more vulnerable to the danger of pollution. We'd like to stop 20 feet and favoring lively min- nows. Fisherman are advised to play R cool like the fish -- dur- ing the heat of the summer days -- then get out late after- noon, evening and early morn- ings when fishing is best. Trotline fisherman are re- warded consistently with heavy channel cats. The sandies are running shal- low and are less likely to be discouraged by the heat. this pollution thing before it starts -- or before the ,state stops it for us," Main told the News in an interview Saturday. "We hope to get this thing off the ground, and into construct. ion within the next 4 to 6 months, and we are hopeful that about 2/3 thirds of our resident- ial potential will join us n the active effort, "Charles De Ros- sett, the newly elected Secre- tary-treasurer, added. Esti. mates for the monthly sewer and sanitation service per mem- ber of the association (or sub- scriber) was ptated to run from a $4.50 minimum to a $6.50 maximum, according to De Rossett. Letters of explanation ,are to be mailed to the potential mem- bers of the association, when the membership drive gets un. derway. Once the charter mem- bership becomes sufficient, the group will elect permanent of- ricers and make application for a government loan to finance the program, in part. The News understands the loan program to be one of type used to obtain community water systems for rural communities. Other officers and directors elected at the .organizational meeting were C. Pfllbro, Vice President and the directors: John Cullum, J. R. Whley, James Forrester and C. L. Dickerson. The group has met on both occasions at Jirmny's Cabinet Shop on highway 274. Taking 30 sand bass back to Garland as a result of their outing on Cedar Creek over the weekend were Kent Allen and Michele Ann Leech and Tom- my Durham and Terry Leech. The residents of 1006 M11kyway found the sandies to be biting best about 11 PM. They used, minnows for bait. They were also fishi from Beck's in the Caney City area. Two other fisherman Beb Bermand, Plane, and Tom Wag- goner, Terrell, took to skim- ming at 6 feet and had good luck with sandies during the morning hours of the weekend using worms. In combination the catch was 15, largest caught 2 pounds. The men were fishing at Beck's. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hoopor and son Randell Hooper, 2206 Royal Lane, Dallas in an all night fishing spree brought in 9 nice croppie and 22 and bass with a honus of 4 big channel cats the result of their U'otiine from Beck's. Clem E. Meyer, 2214 Blue Star Lane, Dallas and fishing friends Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Ry- an and children and Ed all of croppie ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: The Territory Traveler ! by CHARLSIE BOCELL ii!i TharA you "Black Eye Pea Capitol" for relaying the mes- sage to the court house about our county park. The day fol- lowing Dick Dwelle's gentle "nudge", the park was mowed -- near the water and the big machine was siring up near Star Harbor road as a signal that maybe more cleaning-up Is planned. The Territory Traverler and Papa bear Bocell have been ad- miring the new look of the "Pea Capitol" paper -- and wcald like to go on reco under the admiring section. Marles Drake called to ex- press appreciation for Dick's comment on the park -- and to join our list ot htmdreds who are disappointed with the park progr_-.I agree with his ditto on Malakoff. Chamber of mage Griffin can take the shame for the run down equip- ment and snakie grounds. About the only comfort we have about deplorable condit- ions of the roads in our precinct going to the residential develop- ments around the lake -- is that the other precinct of the lake area runs ours a race for first. Monday I was ng for us in the west to withdraw from the ,county and do our own thing with our wealth. Had a couple of quaked business- men say they'd act in pfficlai capaeRies for free- All this was following a Friday -- "Hap- pen-on" to our county repre- sentative who said -- we could expect nothing more than a clean-up and parking area for our park this year. That oar mittee" would be wasting time to appear before the court n behalf of water and restroonm. He (Leo Kinabrew) did say we had a xight to be unhappy, but no promises had been made for improvements other than tables, parking area and launch for this year- indicating ova- previotm front page quotes were fig- ments of the Traveler's imagi- nation. But that's one thing -- and a small one -- Some of the on the little league teams (and most) think they are coa orphans -- hey- " ing never seen parents -- or heard from them financially! Next Tuesday night County Judge R. H. Lee has ted me to a program on emergency rescue -- at the court house --