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The MalakoH News, Thursday, July 16, 1981--9A Justice of the Peace Bill r that homoclde was in the Sandra Pardun month. A murder been issued for Eddie died of a gunshot wound under the heart Eddie was sub- for suspicion of released after posting a to the statement Pardun sheriff's department, shot herself. He himln his parents house in to commit suicide. upset and had the gun ) shoot herself. called hack and told get the gun. His and told him to "Sandra is very got to his parents house, the statement, he and siring on the couch she said "she had be homocide." Pardun was scheduled to be arraigned on the new charge sometime Friday afternoon and a new bond was to be set at that time. McSwain, Curry and Ruff talked about some of their findings, which Ruff said would convince any in- vestlgator Ms. Pardun's death wasn't suicide. A bullet was recovered from the ceiling, lodged at a 45-degree angle. "The nature and direction of the wound and the direction of the bullet aroused suspicion," Curry said. "The missle was traveling right to left, with a slight upward angle, not a 45-degree angle. When we recovered the missle from the coiling it was in nearly perfect shape; no blood or tissue was on it.'.' Ruff said there was very little blood anywhere on the scene and "there should have been a pool of blood. When he gave her CPR, that would have forced the blood out." "As far as the blood is concerned," Jaynes said, "we don't know how ef- fective he was at giving CPR or how much training he's had. Also, the burn from the gun cauterizes the blood; that's what that burn on her is." a gun, the statement it was "cocked and CCL Chamber the started to get up from she started to hack up. will sponsor August me, the turned gun was tu ed trip to the races pulled the trigger By DEBBIE STRYKER fell to her knees. Plans were announced for a bus trip her over, pulled her to Louisiana Downs during a meeting of to revive her with the Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of mouth-to-mouth Commerce Wednesday. then called an am- The chamber will spenser a trip to the horse races on August 5. The 46- arrived, Pardun passenger bus will be scheduled to with two sheriff's leave from Grandpa's Fried Chicken, Police Chief Dewey at the Highway 90 and 85 intersection in was with law en- Gun Barrel City. Tickets for the trip for five hours, will be $20, which includes bus fare and and taking a gate admission. passed. In other business during the meeting, filed the suspicion chamber directors briefly discussed had Pardun arrested their annual FunFest. Directors agreed arrived at the scene, that the summertime FunFest needs right. She was on some kind of additional attraction, such gun was a long way as a carnival. Further consideration for next year's FunFest will be placed on [ to make his final ruling the chamber's next agenda. mtopsy report was Directors agreed to purchase a dunk the complete tank for use at various chamber ac- phone Thursday and tivities. at a press conference Membership Appreciation Day, orginally scheduled for July 27, was have at this time," postponed until fall. Plans for the event to murder not will be discussed at the next regular meeting of the chamber directors. Seven Points Police The board of directors voted to who's been assisting continue with their policy of replacing were also present board vacancies with the person who received the next highest number of Michael Jaynes votes in the original balloting. Ac- said in a telephone cordingly, Knox [,owe was selected as didn't surprise a replacement from Harvey Patton, who resigned from the board. information I was Jaynes said, " walked in and said that it was suicide or the finding would Ph.D. all rights r~rved by DATE, :use among high 1980 was: :ally up over the ; Same on a nationwide sur- ,000 seniors in the class at the University of Social Resear- drug use still However, a illicit substances and inhalant use 1979 and 1980, and use remained Alcohol Narcotic Education Jlas, Texas 75Z31 Acetate only 81.69 ttte at: lallkc Ption Shoppe 489-1909 to Bmds lied Barn Malakoff It's a boy! Clayton Ray Smith was born June 18, 1981 weighing 9 Ibs. 3 oz. and 21 inches long. His parents are Kenneth and Billye Smith, formerly of Malakoff but now of Pasadena. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith of Pasadena and Mr. and M%.]3ill Timmer, ~s'oof Pasadena.I BRigidaire Frigidaire 17.0 cu [t Elite Refrigerator- Freezer Forget the mess and time consuming bother of defrost- ing. This refrigerator-freezer is 100% Frost-Proof! Eliminate the nuisanceof filling and spilling ice trays with an Automatic Ice Maker. Available at extra charge. Keeps spills from dripping through onto food below. The shelves are tough tempered glass. Solid and easy to clean. Easy to rearrange, too-because they're fully adjustable. only O0 Hwy. 31 Mon.-Sat., 8 to 5:30 Malakoff 489.1529 m lubk eJp4inol Jaynes also said the bullet was clean and belt and unsnapped her pants, as because "it didn't hit any major ar- was her habit. There were no bruises on teries or bones; it just traveled through Sandra, no overturned chairs or broken her." glass." Curry said scattered pages of a phone But the officers also said it was book, Pardun's broken necklace, the possible Sandra was shot somewhere telephone receiver off the hook and the else and [hen put in the room where she condition of Sandra's clothing were was found. "possible indications of a struggle." "We've got one real convincing piece Pardun told investigators he tore the of evidence that we don't want to divulge that takes the gun completely necklace off while giving Sandra aid out of her hand," Ruff said. because it was getting in the way. Jaynes said "it sounds like the of- Jaynes said the phone book pages ricers can't decide which horse they were scattered about while Pardun was want to ride." looking for phone numbers and he left Ruff said the autopsy showed "only a the phone off the hook. slight amount of alcohol and no drugs "She's lying on part of her blouse," were in her system. Her husband said Curry said, describing one of the photos she had taken a pill." taken at the scene. "If he pulled it up, According to Pardun's statement, she she wouldn't be lying on it. And her belt had told him she'd been out drinking is ripped offand underneath her." with one guy and two women and had Jaynes said, "We already know when taken some blue pills. she went to bed she loosened her blouse Library Donationsm Recent donations to the Malakoff Library, helping toward their goal of raising $3,500, are as follows: t John Brown, Fred Evans, Harbor House, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stone, Mr. and Mrs. Glynn Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barndt, Bill Bradshaw, Mr. and Mrs. Al Inmon, Kay Royall, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kbeuheksel, Texas Power & Light, Dr. C. R. Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Waller, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Smith, Friends of the Library, Mrs. Alma Jessie McLain, and McCool's Department Store. Total collections to date in the fund raising project are $2,719. To reacy the $3,500 goal only $781 remains. Donate today by leaving your check at the Med~kQff Library ...... 214/675-1446 n, O PODIATRIST-FOOT SPECIALIST New Hours: Open- M0n., Tues,, Wed., Fri. 7 a,m.-3 p.m. 400 Brys0n St. Thurs., Sat. 7 a,m.-12 noon Athens, Texas 7575] Jaynes said he had "three witness that said she was drinking. She said she taken some blue pills and another source said they'd seen her with them." As for the polygraphs, Ruff dismissed them completely, calling them "just additional obstacles placed in front of the investigating officers. They had to keep digging to get the facts." Jaynes said the investigating officers "wanted the polygraph and he volun- tarily went with them. He (Pardun) called the police and the ambulance. It sounds like everyone is hypothicating how to make it into a crime. Police officers are supposed to ferret out evil, but they're also supposed to bring out the truth of innocence." it! He wenton to say that Ruff wasgoing !i to hold an inquest and start hearing testimony sometime next week. "I hope Ruff will want to put on testimony, so everyone will know why he made his decision," Jaynes said. The selec[ion are great,as our Summer sale continues 3O% to/40% off Sportswear Sho,ts Dresses .'Slacks 50% off Rack of Blouses HWY. 31 (224 E. ROYALL BLVD.) MALAKOFF 489-1520 i ii i ii I I I I I ' The grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen. T-SHIRT HUT 1ol" E. Mitcham 489.1055 Max and Nettle Rigsby TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489-0810 BURGERS, INC. Hiway 31 E. 489-9998 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison East THE BARBER SHOP Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitchm 489-1292 The Tanner Family FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 E. 489-0991 CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME West liwall Blvd. 489-1702 Management and Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" 611 Highway 31 East 489-1533 Mr, and Mrs. Bud Dutaney !: i : SLvlday Psalm.s ' ~15016 Monday Solomon 6813 luesday Isa*ah 35 1-10 Wednesday Luke 1021 24 Thursday Phihpplans 2:1218 Fr,day John t6:19-24 Saturday Psalms 16:5-t I mmm Pe,,pte chuckle when they see a baby who seems to have the weight of the world on his shoulders. What can he possibly be thinking about that makes him seem so pensive? His thoughts probably aren't very serious, for babies often strike delightful and comical poses that enliven the |amily photo album. But babies grow up and become adult~,, with real problems and difficult decisions to make. Don't forget, as your baby matures, to emphasize those things thai will enable him to cope with his future. Don't forget love, discipline, understandin8 . .. and especially, don't forget his spiritual trainin$. II MALAKOFF CALVARY BAPTIST CRUR('II CHURCII OF CHRIST OF TRINIDAD C,C. Abbott, Minister Bill Watson, Minister Sunday School ................. lO:0Oa.m. Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... ll:0Oa,m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... lO:45am Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00p.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:0op.m Wednesday Service ............. 6:30 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7"00 p.m. Tuesday Ladies Bible Class ..... 10:00 a.m Wednesday ..................... 7:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Auxiliary, Wednesday.......... 6:30 p.m. CROSS ROADS OF MALAKOFF UNITED METHODIST CHL'RCII James Cheathnm. Pastor Randy Warren, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m Sunday Morning Worship ........ 9:3Oa.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... tl:00a.m. Sunday schcml ................. 10:3Oa.m, Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:0opm. Bible Study ..................... 6:30pro Wednesday Worship ............. 7: 00 p,m. Gospel Singing Girls Auxiliary, Monday ......... 3:30 p.m. Every 2nd Friday of month. 7:3o p.m. WMU, Tuesday ................. 9:00am. ' .... Choir Practice: MALAKOFF FIRST UNITEI) METHODIST CIiURCn Sunday, Bond of LOve ......... 4:15 p.m. C.Huey Clements, Pastor Celebration Sunday ........... 6:00p.m Sunday School ................. lO:OOa.m. Tuesday, young Musicians .... 3:30p.m. Morning Worship .............. ll:OOa.m. Wednesday, Adult Choir ....... 7:30pm. Evening Worship....~ ............ 6:30p m. Thursday, Music Makers ...... 2:30 p.m. Wednesday Chancel Chair ....... 7: 30 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY United Methodist Women meet BAPTIST CHURCH 2nd and 4th Mondays .......... 2:30 p.m. Johnny Crouch, Pastor FFF meets 1st and 3rd Sunday SchonJ .................. 9:45 a.m. Tuesdays .................... II :00 am. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:55 a, m. A&~EMBLY OF GOI) Training Service ................ 6:00 p.m. Ken Jones, Pastor Sunday Even|ng Worship ........ 6:,15 p,m. Sunday School .................. 9:45am. Wednesday Night Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 a,m. WMA ......................... 6:45 p,m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting ............... 7:30p.m. Wednesday Mid.week Service.. 7:00 pro. FRED SONNTAG CITIZENS JIM DAY LUMBER CO FORD, INC. ' ATE BAN ELECTRIC 303 W. Royall Blvd.206 East Bayall Blvd. ] I .... ] / 489-0506 489-0527 nortn .erff Malakoff 489-0530 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag Gene Berry, manager 489-'0910 =r,w A.,,-,,.v, ~,t,,. h,,, ,,v Copyoght 1981 Ke~lm Adve,tl$:.g Setvrc# P O Rex ~O24. Crler~ortesvlt~o V~rr4~n~a 2790~ TRINIDAI) CIIURCn OF ('IIRIST Robert Fester, Minister 77&2536 Sunday School .................. 9'.30 am. Sunday Morning Worship ....... tO: 30 a. m. Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6:uo p.m. Sunday Song Service ............ 5: 30 p. m Wednesday Mid-week .......... 7: 30 p. m. Wednesday, Ladit~," Bible (:lass ........................ IO:OOa m ST. JUDE'S MISSION Father B.(i. Eades Services held at l,uther Lane at Ilwy. 8,5 Sunday Mass .................... g:3Oa.m. Sunday ~'hool immediately after mass FIRST BAPTIST CIIUR(liI OF TRINII)AD Danny Boler. Minister Sunday School .................. 9: 45 a m. Supday Morning Worship ....... l I : 00 a. m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p m Wednesday. .................... 7.:00 p.m, FIRST UNITFI) METIIODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Tim Edwsrd=, Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45 am, Sunday Morning Worship ....... lit: ~0 a.m Sunday Evening Worship ......... 6: O0 p. m. UMYF ......................... 6:45 pro. Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday ............... f,: 30 p.m, Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday ..... 9: 3o a m. J&J ENTERPRISES li.H. Lee Park Your Host .... Jude and Judy Glasscock K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mrs. Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins ACCENT CABINETS Hiway 90 489-0383 Earl & Dolores Sugg CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0529 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489.0538 Open Sun.-Thurs, 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8, PERRY BROS. E.J4ighway 31 489.0482 Thought ~or the day A song of praise will brighten a stormy day. Jane Douglass White (Wyckotf, New Jersey) , This feature Is published with the thought that more people will attend church. It is s I In our community. i ~' ........... L~