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Hog8 & Sons Book B ndery' Spr:tr ort, M.t.eh, 492.84 # O O O ~f Thorndale was named director and head a meeting of the board night. Thorndale High been for the past While there his teams ,6-3-I, and 5-5 records. Years experience teaching and coaching and has served as head coach and athletic director for 11 years. Contacted by phone early Tuesday Mrs. Sybil Norris said that she and her husband hoped to be located in the area by July 20. They have two sons, ages 12 and 14. Norris graduated from Ector High School in 1961. He lettered in football for two years at Cisco Junior College and continued his education at the Univer- sity of Corpus Christi where he graduated in 1965 with a bachelor of science degree in P.E. and biology. He was named to the Dean's List his senior year, was team captain of the football squad and president of the Science Club. He is also a certified driver education teacher. He has previously taught an~l coached at Columbia, Brazoria I.S.D., Tuloso, Midway I.S.D. in Corpus Christi, Smiley High School, Runge High School, and Yorktown prior to joining the Thorndale I.S.D. Norris was hired for the Malakoff post by a unanimous vote of the board. He was given a two-year c retract effec- tive August 1. In other action at the Friday meeting board president Joe Cox presented past superintendent Jack Murray with a plaque of appreciation from the district. "Seven years is not long in the life of a school district," Cox said, "but is long in the life of a man. We appreciate the years of service you have given to the Malakoff I.S.D.," he said. Trustees also approved the signature on a hank loan for $15,000 for past renovation of the elementary building. The note will be payable until 1984. They also approved minutes of the previous meeting. Following an executive session which lasted until 11:30 p.m. the board ap- proved hiring Norris and approved a motion to change the July board meeting from the 2lst to the 28th. In making the motion board member Mark Ferrell said that the action would be taken since superintendent Norman Plemons would be attending ad- ministrator's school that week. PRES! 1|81 "The Heartbeat Of This Progressive Territory" cents single copy EAR, NUMBER 27 Box 509, Malakoff, Teus 75148 489-0531 THURSDAY, .llJl,Y 9, 198L Jay) Mullins will Malakoff, it was Week by the Malakoff was awarded the judges of the Malakoff student at Malakoff Mullins will be a She is the daughter of Claude Mullins of youngest of five sisters Becky and Sandy (Mullins) ~lam wore the crown of Her brothers are Bill Mullins. Her gran- ins; also resides a member of the First of Malakoff and a "Celebration" Youth been selected to be in the "Bond of Love." She has attended Malakoff Public Schools since first grade. During her seventh year she was a homecoming queen nominee. She also served as cheerleader and played basketball. During her eighth grade year she was chosen Miss Malakoff Junior High, was named homecoming queen, was a member of the basketball team and served as head cheerleader. She was elected sophomore class favorite and homecoming queen nominee, and was a member of the Junior Varsity basketball team and a cheerleader. Last year she was on the varsity basketball team and a cheerleader. She plans to continue her pctivities at Malakoff High School by being a mem- ber of the varsity basketball team and head cheerleader. ~'(r;t, .,,,, She has also aexved as a member'~of the student senate for four years, a class officer for~~ years and a. member of the band for five years, one of which included stage band. She is an A student. ~ She was a finalist in the Miss United Teenager Pageant held in Dallas ~n 1981. Miss Mullins lists her favorite hOb. hies as swimming, water skiing, water sledding and playing the guitar. ,: Following graduation from Malakbff High she plans to attend college and to become a child psychologist. Miss Mullins said tl~t being chosen as Miss Malakoff "is a~great honor to serve as representative of my town." During her year of reign she will represent Malakoff at all city fuac~jons, in parades, and will compate ~ the Miss Black Eyed Pea Pageant. MISS MALAKOFFi:-- JESSICA JANE MULLINS [i.D. SCHOOL BOARD PRESIDENT JOE COX presented past superintendent Jack Murray with a plaque of the district during a meeting Friday night. Murray was a guest of the board at the meeting. (Staff Photo By PAT HARRIMAN CareFlito, Inc. will maintain two ambulances in Henderson County. CareFlite General Manager Frank Miller told the Henderson County Commissioners Court at Monday's meeting the county's 3,371 sub- scrlptions had generated $72,000. "We had asked for 4,000 subscriptions because that's what we thought we'd need to generate $80,000," Miller said. "We're still $8,000 shy of our stated goal, but I'm hoping we'll be able to pick up additional members to make up the difference." In other business, the court agreed to Join the East Texas Housing Finance Corporation, signed a resolution con- cerning the Peveto Bill, agreed to repair a road in precinct 4 and ap- proved advertising for bids for the purchase and sale of equipment in precinct 3. Malakoff Cemetery O0 l~Jce $I00 $I00 $I00 $50 $I00 Day, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. S.O. Mr. and Mrs. Nea] memory of Gertrude $I0O $50 $I0 J.R. Pruett in memory Powers, in memory $10 *50 E. Owens " 29. Walter Louis Jackson $50 30. Leona Lewis, in memory of Ger- trude Cross $35 Mr. & Mrs. J.J Carson and brother Mr. Dwight Carson and brother-in- law Mr. Melvin Taylor $10 17. Velma Nokes, in memory of Robert Nokes $35 18. Mr. & Mrs. Leroy Brannon, in memory of Gertrude Cross $I00 19. Mr. & Mrs. Victor T. Lewis, in memory of Mrs. Della Robertson, Mrs. Margaret Jo Bradshaw, Mrs. Gertrude Cross $I00 20. Mr. & Mrs. R.A. Wileman, in memory of Mrs. Della Robertson, Mrs. Margaret Jo Bradshaw, Mrs. Gertrude Cross $15 21. William Allen, in memory of Ger- trude Cross $I0 $2(}0 22. Gresham & Mozelle Fowler, in in memory of memory of Gertrude Cross $25 $20 23, Lucille Shirey $25 in memory of parents 24. Olan Clay $20 25. Mr. & Mrs. Eugene H. Hunt $50 $25 26. Ford & Juanita Drake $25 $50 27. Mr. &Mrs. CM. Gilmore $25 $750 per week for four weeks Donate today by leaving your check at The Malakoff News office We exceeded our gosh 1st Week's total $795 2nd Week's total $820 Still to raise $1385 | . _.,t,~, ~~)j~ Miller told the court the $80,000 budget figure was "as small as we could come up with. That's just a base budget and has really been pared to the bone." He then asked the court ff there was "any possible way the court could help offset that deficit," and suggested the court could pay the utility bills. The buildings CareFlite is using in Athens and Gun Barrel City are rent- free, but Miller said yearly utilities for the two are around $3,800. "The building in Gun Barrel City is on the market to be sold," Miller said, "and ff it is sold, we'll have to find See TWO. page 10 By ANN ROUNSAVALL Two Fourth of July holiday traffic deaths in Henderson County added to the state total of 46 killed when the mid- night count ended Sunday night. The Texas Department of Public Safety had predicted that 44 would be killed in traffic accidents between 6 p.m. Thursday and midnight Sunday. Among those killed in eight recorded Henderson County accidents was a 23- year-old Athens man who was fatally injured in a two-car collision in Malakoff late Friday night. Dead at the scene of the accident was Bruce Edward Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Daniel, Jr. of Dogwood Estates. According to Malakoff police reports Daniel, driving s 1977 Chevrolet Vega, collided with a 1973 Oldsmobile driven by Billy Ray Richardson, 26, of Mabank. The accident was called in to Malakoff Police at 10:15 p.m. Daniel was reportedly southbound on F.M. 90 with Richardson northbound. The two vehicles met head-on in the. northbound lane. Laura ttolmes, 48, was killed in Mabank as she stepped from her car at 10:06 p.m. She was reportedly going to a fireworks stand when the accident happened. In neighboring Navarro County three-year-old Shalena Rachel Hall of Kerens was hit by a car and killed in Kerens in an 8 p.m. accident Saturday. Trinidad Volunteer Firemen respon. ded to a call at the scene of an accident on the Trinity .River bridge in Navarro County Friday night about II p.m. It was a one-car accident with one person carried to the hospital for treatment, sources report. There were no fatalities in that accident but motorists were warned of rail damage to the bridge. A Richardson man was injured in a freak boating accident on Cedar Creek Lake Friday. Robert Galvan, 36, was flown by CareFlite helicopter to Methodist Hospital in Dallas following the ac- cident west of Payne Springs. Galvan was injured while attempting to start a 28-foot deck boat. The motor of the boat reportedly blew up, throwing Galvan into the water Calendar of events RAINFALL REPORT The Malakoff area received a total of 12.85 inches of rainfall during June, Bro. E P. Allen reports. In comparison, June of 1976 recorded 9.50" while 1977 reflec- ted 7.90 inches of rainfall. Total rainfall for May and June of 1981, a record breaker, was 23.03 inches, bringing the first half of the year total to 35.67, which is a Qormal year's rainfall. Total rainfall in 1980 was 29.81. Starting off in July Bro. Allen recorded .52 inches of rainfall Thursday, July 2. MEETINGS Malakoff City Council will meet Monday, July 13, at 7 p.m. at the city complex. Malakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 Study Club will be held Monday, July 13, at the lodge hall in Malakoff. Malakoff Rotarians will meet Tuesday, July 14, at noon at the Harbor House Restaurant for their weekly luncheon. OFFICE HOURS The Malakoff News office is open on a reBular basis from 9 am. until 4 p,m. Monday through Friday. For your conven/enco, please contact the office during those hours to assure that your news is included. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS To make sure people are ,,ware of your organization's activities, contact the Malakoff News at 4894)531, For an item to appear in the NeWs on its Thursday publication it mtmt be. received at the News office by 4 p.m. on the preceedtng Monday,