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!i J The Heartbeat of the Progressive Territo of ." Most Versatile Located at the Dam of r ftz-F al.koff, H 19SS Ridina Assembly of GOdBible School July 19 !:l laa:aF:: ',| Maaf| V The Daily Vacation BibleI ! ,School of the First Assembly I$ Approvedi U UUI UIOOR k{ R I I IVl tl 11 . of God Church of Malakoff will .t pl~t f,~ p~r~di=,~ l~, i ~ ~ begin Monday, July 1,d i~, ~;,-;~; d e r develon- i [] I / am 140111 In Irtntd hd continue through Friday, y I o " 1 ment by Red Sails, Inc onI ~1 I]-3" " r ' Cedar Creek Reservoir, was'. 8 KI .--~kAle The school will be held f oml a ro, ed b, the Henderson: -- P 1~ VV ~I :~leSmea~vi~.b:OL~l~lg ~d ~h~i c;Pn~y Co~miggioners co:rt II~I~IM III~ IIIIIIU IU 1 . [G FIU ,I . ion ay i By Jayne Ferguson In the Space Age I~ I Red Saris, Inc m headed The Malakoff Ridin Club Enrollment will be held~ . Th- T a P ~ T " i" d nd it was a r ed to seek a ban " g i oy ~trs. ~ivian t numparlesl e ex s o ~er ana Lightl?Susmee, Amens, rm aa a [ " g e on[ The membership expressedlLake group explore the set Plxots for the Grand En Saturda~ morning, July ~, a~ t q. -^ ' ~Y ~ i of Malakoff as president. ~ dining hall at Trinidad housed]Maiskoff were among thoseldeer hunting in the Cedar[unanimous approval of a pro-]bility of federal aid. t] try a~ me a~nens norse ~now ~ a. m: ann tins wa!l.D~e zOuo "-! The versatile feminine de-;a capacity crowd at the first[present. ICreek Lake area. ]posal that deer hunting be pro-[pointed Herman Stova and some of the members won ed w~th a paraQe at lu a m,~ e er 1 e n w 1 bet~eni velopers other local aetivelg n a m eti g of the Cedar] The meeting moved s ifty[ Glynn Reese of Mabank, wholhibited in the lake areg. IKemp to investigate the rrmt- rlooons ann ~ro rues All boys ann glrLs ~ 1 P " ~een~ Imsiness interest include[Creek Lake Association. [yet thoroughly as officers and]was elected president of the[ Game Warden Tom Brown-[ter. ~: The show was held at Ath- the .ag oz. wo ann iour~e [ Humphries Insurance Ag-I There were representative[directors were elected, by-laws[Asseciation at an organization-ling of Athens told the group[ Horace Akin, named to lin- ens, Texas on June 26th and I are ln~zea to come ana.enro,I ency. lthroughout the area includt~were adopted, the possibility oflal meeting several weeks ago,]that a survey is usually madellect a slogan and emblem for am just a snaae rote e~ung ann enjoy me week s ac[lW[les "" " - g i2 ~"" ts servedI Three other plats werelKaufman, Kemp, Mabank, Toni,[federal aid was discussed, and[was the presiding officer. [before the Parks and Wildlife[use by the association for ad- r=ae news down to the .~ews.Of- .~elresnmen v~.lL ne . I also approved at theMon-I I The group followed a nom-lCommission desides upon alvertising purposes, asked that ~ee but I thought you m~ght ~any ny .~ne males oz me! day court meeting. The sub-I -- -- tinating committee's reeommen-[course of action ]suggestions for each be mailed StlU nke to Know WHO won cHurcH ana me eommencemen~,n out he " i divisions and their develop-tT~.~ ~.ffim ~ A ,- I~ ~L ~.~ ~[dati6:ns in roundi g .t ] You woul~ probably havelto him at 400 N. Zangs, Dallas. wna.t ann wHere, so Here l~ ~s. oz tne scn o~t .wa~t ~ ne/a oni era are" Glenn Oaks Addi-i~r]~]~ ~~ ff~~lr~tslate of officers Monday ntght,~to have a majority of landown-I There was considerable This was one of the showsl~ iriuay nignt, July z6, a~ ~:oo! tion, A" L Calhoun and~v~'| ~"~~ ~~|~]naming Herman Stovall of]ers in favor of the proposal be:lcussion of tax rates on prop- approved and attend.ed .by the [o clock. A!I parents, anni Glenn R: R~h; Vick's Hick-: t Kemp as vice president, ClaudeIfore you could close the area, 'lerty around Cedar Creek ~e, r~ast Textts Assoclatmn of ~rlenas are mv~tea to wew tHe ankst n of Malakoff as tress h sserted n ory Hills No 4, Sue and J.T.:~ R@ lib o . -[ e a . [a d members voted to take an walch the Athens R~dmg Club'resm~ ot the plan nea program. Vicki- and In-ram's Hickory*~V~ ~ 1 ~,~ ~ ~]urer, and Mrs Leonard Faulk Browning suggested that the active interest in taxation ~s a member In th~s Assocla The teacHers ~no wm De m ' ~" tin " "l-~r-e are" Mrs Don Parkins Hills No 3, Charman Ladeli ~A~'~ ~Fl~~~~!of Athens as secretary. /As.~ocmtmn prepare .a hst of[ Any reputable person, ~as* i ~nere is real compermonlc~m g . . = In-ram and Ethel Gay lng- i I)~rectors are Ramon Doug-lits recommenoauons in regaralsoclatmn, corporation, partner- xn both hor~es and their riders, assisted by .~nss vomra Loo~, ~ " : . ~ r ; ram ~. -~e~t;n- w~ ~.~ wk call tho n~eog~srv fln'aneo.~ilas, Ross Chambers, J. R. Scott,|to the matter and present them}sh~p or estate that ]s interested ann an-one winnin in this nur~erv" 31rs ~ex r~lng as- s -~ ,~,~ *,mrs- ~. . . - ~ g - .~. x' . ' lay ~ enin~- hv th~ eli; *[ i~.~ *~ ono~ *ho ~oh~.llPaul Phllhps, Paul Lewis, Dick[to the Wfldhfe Commission. Aim the purposes of the Cedar Snow ha to be rett ood sis~efl DV -urs joe oonnson De-. :-:~---~::--:. . (L. x -" *'~ ~* "~ ' " " " I " " " d P Y g " "-.'; th,-T-ol ; ~.]~to.~ ~]A.~ ,~ tl.n Tuggle, D. G. Council, Billy|committee composed of Bruce Creek Lake Assocmtmn is el- .Members. of the Malakoff. . gmners; *lrs, vernon ooc~, as'i ]~rthur- ,= Hearn to the rece"n't" ": ,':','~';'-'-:s~'-~tv:::'~'v~ =--~,-, ann v-----, ~t~k~e'~r"~-~f'~n'ro~"~tIArn ld', . Horace Akin and Mrs/Smith, Billy Arnold and Jim]igible to apply for membership. Riding Club that placed m th~s SLs~ea Dy ~an~ra 2~narews, .pn I-~-- -Y --- taxation of r~ro~ert- lo ] llment and the re"airs nowIEhzabeth Gray. /Matthews was appointed to do[The annual dues for each mere- show are" mary; Mrs treamon rer ms, i llaron rlOSKll S ~ v ~u m ~--~ v I " er " " .~. " " " ^.~;~,the Malakoff School Di ~o~ }-~ded I The proposed by-laws were/th~s. ]b shall be at a minimum aS Dewa n ~e~s raced 6tie assisted by Mrs L Fer- . * sir y e "' P " ^ ~ ~,$$~, T,~;**~.~ ~ *; t.^~ [ T-t~ ~1~, ~t~+~rl ~h~ ,~n +t.~lread by the assocmtions legal[ President Reese reformed the[prescrtbed below: the Halter Classes for Geld- 2 . '-" : : ~" ' the li~,hts of the Tool '~u L~hool wants is enou"h to clear!c unsel, Attorney Damon Dou-]gatherlng that Lake Texhoma[ (a) All banks, utflztms, and Lugs 3 and under Jeri Fowler assisted Dy .~rs. ~ug.n .~o~:rey,i Arthur Keith Hearn, 12, soni roun~s and a lar ~-~-~re.n*[~o;r indebtedness and enou~,hlglas of Athens with each ar-lrecently obtained $272,000 fromlfinancial organizations shall and Jabo Locke laced 2nd in will be teaching the jumor mghi s se crowa o~ P of Mr. and Mrs Jack Hearn, interested perspns who either]to overate on in the uture" ttmle and sechon opened to d~s-[the federal government for theIpay at a mm~mum of $100 an- ~ne.l~m~on ~opmg. 2~ngeta ~c-]gro.up. land Miss Sharon Hoskins, 14,!ogm~4 h,m~ c,r nr~n~, ~,'| .Z .~ . ~ . ]cussion from the floor with|development of tourist and rec-]nually. mason and Charles Morris[ vonim t~OOK win serve as a~- i dau,l~er of Mr. and Mrs. Les- I:- ~-: :;::::.~:,-:. f '~[" ~ ~:~:"[ wrote men calma.~ o, oonn:isuggestions given the consid-[reation accomodations and sug-[ (b) All Chambers of Com- P~ced 4th in Ribbon Roping rector of music and the Rev. ~ ,-. f Malakofft ~,~ ~'~ u. nana tol$on, a member oz ~ne mala~oxli r'" " earedthat the Cedar Creek~ er e " "" r~.~ "t~, ~, ,~^^~ ~o=+,~,+hotter L. nosmns, m~ o Ivoice their opinions and dis I~.~--I B-~r~ -~ ,e ~,~o +.[eratmn oi majo lty vote. /g [m c oI the respective cities -~0 ~eArman won ~tn place u. o. ~,m~, v da about . . . - ,~ - it~ he ak With he~ ~-~ ;- +h~ 'e~g F-als [church will bethe principal. [were injured Satur!, y ^ ^^, ]cuss the impending taxation. [the stand and invited him to] /. ~2 1 e areas and all de- . ~ ~O p. m in a motorcycle-ca= ~xn-| Oran White,a residen*-*l t.: ~: ~, t. ~ ~ ~ m ~ /vempers, regaraless ox tile Bill nd De . " ~ ~ u. glve m, gure. ,or one noo lV,= . Y Don Stuart a,~ ~ ~ ~/z ~,~ ~ ~ number of subdivisions, on ~ " ~~;~;~:~;::~!:~:llismn. ithe community, opened t e ti ea a " " Wayne Lewis and Gary Tram-~" '~' Keith received a broken leg, meeting by explaining the .h ]~holas c year ,deas on,~nn~dad Omontzes [lake shall pay at a minimum me~ went to Fairield in the[JMIlnual 1OO1 Ithe break being below the knee, tpose of the ~,atherin~, anffU~r[]me;pr:p~,~Y,~oa~mn: ~. ,*1 ~ ]of $50 annually. rooearlierk partPartin" ofthehheHorseaay Sho~ana" Picnic Today [and was placed." m" inHaa caStes andHosiS !re" rtv that he had ~t~11.~ ,~[ -- ""::~: "=~2=~:'~"~" ;:"~":~t"wao ,~oo.--, ~,- ~=,--~- "~ I Im I .(c) All . businesses asso iat- ,~ hospttahzed yn " the tax assessor and reeei---~[ r-'h [|~lt#~ Ik~a~t~|| T a m lwath or d~rectly dependent up- mere The citizens of the com- " 1 i. . . v~al~ide appra,aa~a a~ er tHan one[ l -- pita. fl res as to the fman ^ |W~]I U~i~l~lllm II ~111 m I1~ on the lake and ~ts activities Gary Trammeii won 1st T 1 are herin gu cml con-[from the dtstrict arose a nurn-I ] " " mumty of on . g Sharon was treated at thetdition of thesch . shall pay at a mm~mum of $15 place in the role ~enuin De- " n" toda . . ~ ooi, such as her of t~mes, Johnson explained ~, g-,their annual pie m Y Kilman Chine for a broken leg)taxes taken;,~ ]oo~ Floyd Thornsbury of Trim-~cond~tmn To get the land in annually. ~.Yne Lewis and Billy ~,on from 12 noon, until the last!and cuts and abrasions. At this amount of bonds" sol'd andX~:[l~-was:o~l~aus:, ~?ey ~n?y+ nO{dad has recently organized twoiorooer condition for a baseballl (d) All other businesses ~:~r~ won 4tn place m ~a.e fellow" leaves, iwriting her leg had not been! - ,~,~[,=m~:, ~=~.~ ~-~-, ,~':(Tb~'-~:~ball teams and the fever seems]ctiamond, it will be necessarv[shall pay at a minimum of $5 ~cue mace. ~ewayne ~.ew~s There will be string musiclplaced in a cast as it is nee- v]:-.~--*,~, w .~lt~ have e~u~ht on as mer I+^ a ~ n; ~|annually won 3rd place in the KeLhole furnished b the Ni ht* ~ in i - more impartial, oonnson atso -"~, "6, ~ " . ~.=~. - Y - g essary for the s "ell g to go,Lt. Arthur Szmon ,^ =w.- [chants, industries and individ-[mowin=e and oro~er nlacin of[ (e) All mdtviduals not op, ~-. Sounds also with otheren-tdown d~-fore doing so aceord-fr~ . ~ ~ ~ [ ~,~ . w -"={~'~= --*~. [nalS are being most generousithe sand ba~,s ~ - -- |crating businesses specified in ~aturday night, July 10th tertainment. - [to a svokesman. / mp,etes ~ OU~$e i ma~ the scnoot neeaea morelln ho haekln~,th= nroi~ct .~'- |a, b. e, d, shall nay at a rain o e, -- *v r ~- l O cn " "- " "*~ xO~u] the n in -- ! - OUllOlngS ann other iaclUl;le8. THe nmaa s on1 ooara . ~. same old ga g. Rereshments wall be serv-/ State Highway Patrolman WRh Hono~ 2Lt AFB [ Wh~ tw, teams -r-anized areFgo. ,h ~th[imum of $2.50 annually. ~erens, taking, Hart in their ~a +h-ou-hout the afternoon~M-~b c~l; I ,~A +~.~+ 41~ -" |He sam that vecause ox me In-! ~7::7,- :/ --- . -,- [ ~"-* ~ muftis ~ +t,~ k ~.a hOrse show ~,a :o~in some of ::a~^.'.:~'.:~ o,a nl~ ,~ 1,inch l:::-"-~-v~:= ;~,-=; =~:: :~:' n~'x,w~,u r,^~^ ~.~.a[creased enrollment, it would|a ~ittte z,eague team Known as[uniforms and what equipment~a;,~.+:::~:';:~.:~ ~"~^~ ~ { - r----- -*- wc. -- . . .ho and a team'. :~ t.~^ ~. o == .~.~ ~ - ~. a mere won " kles " ue necessary ~o employ more *-,'* -- ~-- ~ w~a ttv~,~u,~. ,~ ribbons and buc . e~ wall be served at 7. t motorcycle they were riding Lieutenant Arthur Simon, son[~ [ a ^ +h~ m~n of theI at Kemp. ~ony Crist won 4th in the All proceeds taken will belfigured in a collusion with an of Mr and Mrs Arthur A Si-[~~eacners ann au Olomm .cos~|~-,v- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-~ ~ The li~ue ~eague is sponser- ~ral" h " " Had to come outoI me tax town wmcn HaS no~ ueeu ~mmeu ed by the Texas Power and . g t Away Barrels and 6th used for the upkeep of the[automobile driven by Kenneth mon of Route 1, Angleton, Tex-I~,The merchants of the town m the Egg Race. Doyle Loper Tool Cemetery. IWayne Ford of Athens at the as, has completed with honors [money. ]haw a~"a~d mu~- of the mort LigHt. t~ompany aria ~ney nave ~w0n 1st place in Tie Down There will be a portable!intersection of Dewey and the course for U S Air Force! A lengthy period of questions' ~ ~ ~ ~ ~'~ ~ .^~ ~ turnisnoo me aoys wire .ure- a ey Hee~eu Iur /le U~r~o~al ~Ping. Gene Hood placed 3rd barbecue and a lounge set I Olive streets in Malakoff.nuclear weapons" officersat nd answers followed with for th^ M^n's team forr~s. The team is still in ~n Tie Down Roping. Gene given away. The officer safilt that the LofTy AFB, Colorado open discussions of the prob: :~P~"~lo=d for the nl~vi~ neea, However, ot eqUll~en~ ~ood ~ ~ ~ . " lento of the school and the need " o, Anyone WHO wlsnes to nonage ~.a .and Steve Colher won ~.~~ ~~ motorcycle, driven by Hearn, Lieutenant Simon, who was . . io]a h~s been ]caned by Pu~" Place m Flag Relay and lwas travelin~ south on Olive trmned to direct renair and as- ior the higher taxer[on. ~tr It ;~ lr~+orl ,l;~.~otlv to eisner ~eam, y a .y ~ 9 DeArman won 6th in bar- Moselevs Donate iStreet and ~turning [eft and sembly of nuclear weapons, will All residents of the area ~'~,~'"th'e ~ar-B'~'-Q~"C~e~on contacting ~ne manager mr: eus = ~ - were to attend tHe "* inornsuury or tHe asslstan~ and 6th m Western Pleas- ~ ~ ,-~ ithat Ford was driving west on remain at Lowry Wlth an Air mwted the highway The men of the ~#- o^t.~ ~ ~:^~ ~re. Shannon Walker was 5th ~pDo~uI~ IO ~OO ~oard meetings ann vmce ~ne~r . . " ma~mger~ ~. ~u~ a'~u. in -- town nave vomnteerea meir . W approval or disannroval of the The men composing the =~ern vleasure, am m "1 ~ services in getting me Iiem in , barre planned ro am of the school Mens team are Chester . ls and 6th in Pole Bend- has p gr