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~--Tbe Malskoff News, Thursday, July 3, 1980 P. O. Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 " To the Editor: It has been my pleasure to serve with the Support Your Local Police Commit tee in Dallas County in one capacity or i' the other for the past several years. It is because I truly have a tremendous amount of respect for our men in blue-- most of whom put their lives on the line each time they stop an automobile or intervene in a domestic right, or have to patrol in very dangerous areas of cities where the police are not welcome. A few days ago in Caney City a young seventeen year old boy was allegedly shot and killed by a law enforcement of- ricer whom it would be very easy for me todisrespect. Every policeman who has heard this sordid story that happened in a Caney City joint should in their hearts detest such overreaction and "Wild Bill Hickock"-type attitude by a person who probably never should have put on a tmiform. There is nothing the youngster i could have done that merited his being shot in the hack while fleeing just a short distance from the police officer. The official report reveals that the police officer said "I told him to halt and I meant for him to stop." What a terrible black eye this inefficient, irresponsible individual has given police in the surrounding area. A second party must share the respon- ' sibility for this unnecessary shooting. I refer to the Coney City city council. Since the inception oI "that city they have run through numerous police of- ricers. In my opinion it is a city council who knows nothing about governing a city. Mark my word, Caney City is soon to become a sore spot of Malakoff. There will be more killings, bringing grief to some of our local residents. Caney City has overnight ruined the good record that we black people in this St. Paul community established over the years. Twenty years ago there had never been a person at St. Paul convic- ted of a felony. Everybody owned his own home, everybody worked, everybody was poor but honorable. Those native black citizens of St. Paul and those persons who came from Dallas and other cities seeking a peaceful retirement deserve much more from their city council and law enforcement officials. Clay Smothers State Representative Clay Smothers is a co-administrator of St. Paul In- dustrial Training School which is located in Caney City Dear Mr. Hardy, Thank you very much for the 10 speed bicycle that I won at your drug store. I'm so glad I won it. I needed a new bicycle. You have a neat store. Your Friend, Jeff Spivey Malakoff from page one His family is enjoying living in a rural area of Texas, he said. Lucy loves it in the country. Valarie, whom Case described as a "delicate flower," is having a little difficulty coping with the record breaking summer heat, but also enjoys lake living. Charlie Nelson, Cecil Beaver, and a couple known only as Larry and Louise will soon see themselves portrayed in a western setting over 100 years ago. They should be anxious for the com- pletion and publication of Case's next novel. f Letters to editor To be eomidered for publication in the Letters to the Editor column an article must be oril~inal. not over 300 words and signed by the writer. The Malakoff Newu reserves the right to edit all letters. If deemed derrogatory, libelous, tin. clear or for some other reason unprintable and it is not possible or practical to edit so it will meet standard for publication, we will not be able to use it. The name of the writer will be published along with the letter. We feel that a letter has little meaning if published anonymously, If there is something you feel should be brought to the atten. tion of readers but you don't want to have your name tied to it, let us have the information and we will look into it from a news angle, We feel that the Letters to the Editor column is the very finest medium available in this com- munity for expression of personal views on matters of concern. We urge use of the column in a constructive manner, inviting those with views on any subject of interest to share them with our readers. J s5 per yr. in mior x/z Pricq Limestone Lake hearing Houston Lighting and Power is plan- ning to build an electrical generating station in Limestone County and part of the facility and mine areas will be in Freestone County. (TFR) Thompson heads Baptist youth, music Byron K. Thompson of Halisville will assume duties as minister of music and youth at the First Baptist Church in Frankston on June 29, according to church officials. (TFC) Sutherlin handed 1-year sentence, fined $10,000 As silence blanketed a packed 13th District Courtroom, a jury Wednesday slapped Gilbert W. Sutherlin with a seven-year prison term and $10,000 fine after convicting him of stealing a bulldozer from a Navarre County con- struction site. (CDS) 20 years ago Two Trinidad residents, Miss Kay Gaston and James R. Johnston, Jr., escaped injuries Saturday afternoon when their .automobiles collided on Farm Road 764 south of Trinidad. Miss Vivian Powers, a native Malakoffian and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers of Port Neches and former Malakoff residents, and gran- ddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Powers of this city, was elected Grand Charity during the Grand Assembly of the Rainbow for Girls in Corpus Christi. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Trammell of Cross Roads announce the arrival of a baby son into their home on the Fourth of July. The youngster made his ap- pearance at the Kilman Hospital here at4:22a.m. Funeral services were held at the Trinidad Methodist Church Friday at 2 p.m. for E. C. Smalling, 59, who died at his home in Trinidad after a long illness. 30 years ago Ordinance shows Seven Points under Title 28 As if the Seven Points City Council didn't have enough on hands, with an audit of the city books in process and a rash of reaigoatimm among the ranks, a check of the city ordinances Thursday found the city is already under a set of laws which caused citizen concern at the council meeting Tuesday, June 24. (CCP) Serious illnesses not reported in Athens No Athenians have shown any serious ill effects from the extreme heat of the last few days, and residents can keep it that way by observing simple precautions, says area doctors. (&DR) Newz arte~, are compiled from the fellew~ arm new~apers: Cedar ~ Pilot (CCP), Atlmm Daily Review (ADR), Frankston Citizen (1~), Fairfield Recorder (FR), Kermm Trflmne (KT), CesliCamt Daily Sun (CDS). by Ann Rounsavall The Fourth of July has changed. The grandmother had been day has always been a special event for fried chicken, potato me, long before I realized the impor- tomatoes and the mess, l a tance of Independence Day. was all read) Years before I realized that the Four- th is a day to celebrate our freedom, to honor theee who acquired and protected the freedom .... even before I realized what freedom would mean to me per- serially, I was taught that July Fourth is a special day in our lives. My grandfather, the late John Wesley Bradley, relished the Fourth. He celebrated with cook-outs on the creek, firecrackers, flags flying, and water- melon. He gathered his whole clan' together on the Fourth of July, rounded up as many friends as possible, and loaded us all in a vintage model Jeep of some kind that was painted red, May I I' H ' I Malakoff died Monday night at her home in Montalba. The speed and the precision work on save them. The other mule was found dead between a motor and mine rib. Fire of an unknown source destroyed The trip to the as much fun as the evening. Once, with high banks where washouts, the Jeep wag wheels, turned My grandfather was we (the grandchildren) grandmother was He always flew the flag It didn't matter that we ones to see it .... it was July and he Late in the evening cooled the while the children firecrackers that the occasion. We popped Roman high into the air ploded like a rains that sprayed glitters into the night. We never started a fire. the part of its members, the Malakoff the town tabernacle Wednesday after- Do they make Volunteer Fire Delmrtment is fully noon with approximately fifty bales of now? Dowe credited with saving the home of the cotton that had been stored under its itmorelikelythatafiret Charley Abbot family Saturday after, protecting roof. Chad wanted noon. L.R. 'liner, formerly a partner in the "It's toodry," I toldhim. Elzie Newton Knight, 59, veteran of firm of Tanner and Tiner has leased a World War I, succumbed at the lot off the McDonald property, and is Veteran's Hospital at Lisbon about preparing to erect a new and modern midnight last Friday following a second service station building. heart attack which he suffered within Dutch Moore and H.C. Riddlesperger a twoweeksperied, have purchased the miniature golf Charley R. Hall is the inventor of the course interests of Editor L.J. Scholl. perfect timber saw, which is capable, A strange bug found here by Sonny according to Mr. Hall of clearing 15 to Mitchell was classified as a 20 acres of land per day. Rhinocerons Beetle, by Dr. G.E. Potter of Baylor University, to whom it was 40 years ago by Soy Weir Jr tyA. sponsoredgtgantic forty-twOby the andBandbridgeM0thersPar- 60 years ago Club, was given at the high school gym- The 1~0 graduating class of MHS nasium, on Tuesday evening. Another carload of the new 1940 model Chevrolet automobiles was unloaded on the siding here Tuesday. 50 years ago John Bankston, local automobile dealer, has been named CommunityA mule b~, the name of "Jim" Chairman in Malakoff for the East believed to have drowned In the Texas Chamber of Commerce. Malakoff Fuel Company's No. I mine Mrs. Annie Smith, sister of Mrs. O.A. Truelove and Mrs. P.E. Pettigrew of twenty-five days ago, was discovered well and hearty by J.N. Shirey Wed- nesday. The two mules were left in the mine after flood waters rose too high to P.O. Box 509 Malakoff, Tx. 75148 consists of the following students: Miss Emma C~rson, valedictorian; Arvel Dodson, salutatorian; Misses Ruby Hunnicut, Fannie Jo Owen, Fayune Phillips, and Mam-lce Tanner. A.S. Tanner and brother, D.D. Tan- net" of Mabank were in Waco Tuesday to attend the unveiling of a monument erected to their brother, the late John S. Tanner, on the campus at Baylor University. Julian P. Greer of Poyner, has an- nounced his candidacy for Represen- tative from Henderson County. All work OPEN MON.-FRI. 8-5 Malakoff 489-0719 WEST SIDE OF WATER TOWER CHRIS McCLARY OWNER 116 W. Railroad I Published Continuously Since 1913 I I Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager ........................................... Tom Flnley Editor ................................................. Ann Reansavall Office Manager ........................................ 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Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 Under pressure I allowed him to buy on]) stay ~OePhathem only on the d completely yard with a garden sprinkler going. He unless his fa to watch over the fun. Chad is remember e th. My grandfather'S would be hard to I don't know of anyone him, anyway. It makes little freedoms. Have a happy and saf4 celebration, and are celebrating. freedom can be lost. larger by cool color Make a small room painting it a cool color blue, suggests Dr. housing and home specialist with the Extension Service, Uhiversit~, System. This works recede and light values impressiox Wear expensive When possible, or higher quality cessories near the Saunders, a clothing'. Texas Agricultural The Texas A&M ~ ml*~ of th, Do~d of $cI~M remit. iliJiinnuii l Yes, ! want to sulmerlbe! I ! | () Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. i Enclosed is my check for $/ i Name _ Address ....... ~ .... City ............ State. 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