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i! i !::i iFIT-SEVENTH YEAR Malakoff, Henderson County, Texas 75148, Friday, July 19, 1968 ,i, [ , NUMBER 29 CECIL ALLEN Of Ch t Trbkbd Stms Allen, minister of the of Christ of Van, will visiting evangelist for a long revival to be held Church of Christ in Tri- revival will begin on ,Jaly 22, with services each evening at the 8 hour, and will close on JUly 28. Spencer, director of the school band, will be of the musical pro- of the revival. He has special numbers befit- each evenings messages. Allen has ministered in Church of Christ for Past three years and has completed a success- in Edgewoed and in He has annually con- such meetings in Styx past I1 years. A series messages delivered in last year by Mr. Ai- very favorably accept- those in attendance. Public is cordially invited the week long meet- Meet the winning team! Both the players and their coaches have reason for their broad smiles as they are the Pirates of Malakoff, winners of the area Pee Wee Leagues. They may look small in stature, but this group of boys won nine games and lost only one over the entire season. Pictured, left to right, bottom row are Richard Jordan (bat boy) Donnie Perkins, Jay Johnson, Bryan Sheffield, Ken. neth Graham, Bill Mullins, Timmy Trimble, Eddie Arthus, Larry Graves, Wesley Holt, Barry Carson and coaches Marcus Jordan and Ed- die Arthus. Coach Homer Trimble is not shown. / The Board of Trustees of the Malakoff School District met in a called session Monday even- ing and awarded contracts for air conditioning of the Malakoff Elementary and Malakoff Jun- ior High Schools. Tatum Air Conditioning of Corsicana, whose bid of $19,804 was the lowest of three bids submitted, received the con- tracts. Another firm bidding on the two schools was that of Parnell's of Athens with a total bid of $24,661. The specifica- tions called for air conditioning only, using present heating fa- cilities with modifications to the existing heating motors at the Malakoff Junior High. The Par- nell bid seemingly offered more in the way of service warranty and conveniences such as a master control panel and re- building of electrical service, ducts, etc. After consideration, the board felt these features were not sufficient to offset the some $4,857.00 difference in the two bids. Lone Star bid on the Malakoff Junior High building only at a total cost of $6,820.60 with an alternate recommendation which exceeded that figure. The Lone Star bid, presented by Pete Dodson of Malakoff and the Athens manager feat- ured local 24 hour service and economy of operation. The plan recommended guaranteed a specific cooling capacity. Rex King motioned to accept the bid and Mrs. L. O. Robert- son gave the second with the board responding unanimously to award the contract to Tatum. Superintendent James Shef- field pointed out the urgency of getting the air conditioning pro- gram underway in order to get lhe porject completed before the opening of school this fall. Sheffield advised the board that the schools architects had completed working plans for the new cafeteria to be erected at the elementary school and bids for the projejct would be award- "Only when there is a strong free press with an unfailing sense of responsibility can truth flourish and man grow to his maximum capacity", said Dwight D. Eisenhower. 2. Herbert Hoover staid, "Absolute freedom of the press to discuss public questions is a foundation stone of American liberty." " the freedom of the press is one of the great bulwarks of liberty and can never be restrained but by despotic government", James Mason said. the game but also managed to get their share of hits at bat to either score or abet their teammates in scoring. ed August 8. The board voted to publish advertisements for bids two consecutive weeks prior to the opening of the bids. It was agreed the advertise- ments would be published in the Malakoff News, Corsicana Daily Sun and Tyler Courier Times. A deposit of $100 per set of plans pending return of the same will be required of each contractor. The cafeteria of modern brick design will be separate from the existng elementary school with outside dimensions of 55 feet by 65.8 feet. In other action, the board ac- cepted the resignation of Janie Bankston, second grade instruc- tor and the first assistant coach and biology teacher, Jimmy Loflin. The News Editor, invited to the session, was advised that legal action would not be neces- sary in order to attend any and all future school board meet- ings and that the newspaper was invited to all sessions by Superintendent Sheffield. The meeting, cordial in every respect, was attended by Rex King, Bill Bradshaw, rs. L. O. Roberts(m, John Bumgardner, Lewis Vieregge, the superinten- dent and editor. Are Winners Sir Winston Churchill had this to say, "A frett ,press is the mmleepntg guardian of every other right that freemen prize; it is the most dangerous foe of 'tyranny . . . Under dictatorship, the press is bound to languish and the loud speaker and the film to be- come more important. But where free institutions are Indigenous to the soil and men have the habit of liberty, k the press will continue to be the Fourth Estate, the vigilant guardian of the right of the ordinary citizen". In Pee Wee When the final game of the season was over last Friday night for the area Pee Wee Leagues, the Pirates of Mala- koff emerged as the League winners. They chalked up a re- cord of nine wins and one loss during the season. The Pirates place in the sun was not easily reached, how- ever, as the lead see-sawed from one team to the other and the winner was not declar- ed until the Braves defeated the contending Giants on Fri- day night. The power on the mound for the win- ning Pee Wee League Pirates were Bryan Sheffield, Larry Graves and Eddie Arthu These three boys not only controlled the pitching end of Revival Thomas Jefferson said it this way. "When the press is free and every man able to read-all is safe". Eddie Ricks, pastor Parkview Missionary Church of Malakoff, an- a week long revival will be held at the beginning on the eve- Monday, July 22. Public is cordially invit- attend and will be met Warm reception. Jack Burgess, pastor spr as of Athens, will the soul stirring mes- on teachings from service will begin evening at 7:30. runs, Butch Graves, 2, Dawson, I FRIDAY Napoleon said, "Three hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a 1,000 bayonets." The Giants loss put them in second place in the league with eight wins and two losses; the Braves came in third; Cardi- pals, fourth; Trinidad, fifth and Cross Roads, sixth. The victorious Pirates team was ably coached by Ed Arthus, Homer Ray Trimble and Mar- cus Jordan, three men who de- voted much time and energy to help mold the lives of boys who will some day become fine up- standing men. The Pirate player roster in- cludes Kenneth Graham, Eddie Arthus, Bill MuUins, Wesley Holt, Bryan Sheffield, Larry Graves, Barry Carson, Timmy Trimble, Donny Perkins, Jay Johnson and Roy Roberson. Eddie Arthus, Larry Graves and Bryan Sheffield shared honors as pitchers for the team. With the closing of the reg- ular season, two All Star teams have been formed of players from the various Pee Wee teams. Players from the first, third and fifth place winners were placed on one team with the second team composed of boys from the second, fourth and sixth place winners. A Round Robin of the best two out of three games was opened on Monday night of this week. The All Star team of the second, fourth and sixth win- ning boys raked up 14 points while the first, third and fifth winners were collecting 4. The second All Star game was play- ed Tuesday evening and those composing the first, third and fifth winning All Star team bested their opponents by 17 to 2. The date of the third and final game will be announced later. And so it is that the nestspaper has been praised Mankin "Nets and criticized for centuries. Reading and mis-reading has oecured since it was first supressed in England back in 1649. ThefirsthushwasputontheAmericannews- $60775 For Cemetery paper in 1690. Yet after the Declaration of Indepen- * deuce, the Revolutionary War fought and the guaran- tees of the free press under the constitution of the Bill Phillips of Trinidad, sec- and Tanner Motor CO $2. United States, do attempts continue to restrict cer- retary of the Mankin Cemetery On behalf of the cemetery as- rain types of news-rights to criticize government and Association, has announced sociation, Mr. Phillips express- that $507.75 was netted from ed appreciation for all those actions of public officials, donations received and money who contributed in any way to It is said that only a solvent newspaper can re- taken in from activities at the make the picnic a success and main free from influence. We boldly risk our fate to recent Mankin Picnic. The to the donors. He expressly defend our heritage, money will be used for the up- wished to thank the ladies of keep of the Mankin Cemetery the community who prepared LEAGUE BASEBALL Every effort to insure a free press will continue, located east of the community the foods and baked the cakes THURSDAY Not to the benefit of the publisher but for the cause of church house, that were offered at auction 17 Looking the situation over and plan-en to the All Star team the second, individual freedom. In making the announcement, and to the News for assisting in Mr. Phillips also said that per- advertising the picnic, ' 1 pitchers, Phillip ning the best pitches to befuddle the fourth and sixth place winners in Thus let it be known to all that this newspaper sons who have loved ones buri- Johnny Hughes, Phil batters are these three hurlers chos- Pee Wee League season play. is the public-quick to take offense to such statements ed at Mankin, may send contri- as "The public does not need to know this or that", butions direct to him at Box If it was worthy of being stated in regular or special 42, Trinidad or may mail them called meetings of any governing body, it was indeed to the Cemetery Association ac. Reese wo of being printed, count at the First State Bank in Trinidad. We have no choice but to agitate for an informed The final figures reveal (aft- pitchers, Rickey Sometimes the assignment her son David. And as for thr: cessful in most instances. On society for this is the responsibility of your newspaper, er all expemes have been paid) At Em Pot ta. L Raymond Green was a touch and go proposi-correct spelling of the playe occasion, however, once the that proceeds from the picnic ns, David Reese, tion but, like the postman, names, now that's another players learned she was aro~ r 7" " " amounted to $47&75 and dona. Pvt. E-2 Jerry Ray Linda- Thomas '"our photographer never fail-s .t y. Lynn the.fL t ad- they would strike a pose, and 10 ed fo meet the News deadline rmt snecant speli oeam -- she had to delay the picture H ,zel j),v,s 70 [tstt tions were in the amount of moed, son of Mr. and Mrs, $]29.00. Bobby IAndamood, of 218 South SATURDAY with her pictures of the various if any mistakes were made, taking until a later date. Those making monetary con- Terry St. in Malakoff, has eom- i iiii iiiiiiiiii 0teams composing the area can be credited to the lak n tributions we, e: 1iga MeMan- pleted his basie training at Port itcher, Johnny Little Leagues. And for her ef-ooffice force . Our photographer did not jLo US, 810; Mrs. Beulah Miller, Polk, La as of Friday, July 5. forts and faithfulness, Mrs. lne task ot getting the pie- stop with just the camera work: 810; R. M. Miller, $5; Mr. and Jerry was then transferred to h s, Butch Graves, 2 Lynn Reese of Malakoff has tures was not an easy one as Come Wednesday morning and Mrs. Joe Gunnels, $5; Mn. Eu- Fort Rucker, Ala where he earned the respect and admira- there were so many adverse Lynn was on hand bright and Hazel Davis of Fort Worth, the 1968-69 year. president of the Rebekah As- The four Rebekah lodges corn- MeazeU, $1; Mrs. Lela Keese, tenanee school. While at Fort MONDAY .15 phie B. Dorbant, $5; W. A. will attend a helicopter main, tion of every member of the factors. In most cases the early to hand in the scores New staff weather played havoc with the of the weeks games, name the sembly of Texas, will be in posing district 41 will be repre- $4; Mrs. Pearl Holitfleld, $2; Po : he earned an expert rifle. ' '.) ' '.'.').' ] s . pitcher, David Reese . best la d plans. It would either winning pitchers and those who attendance at the Monday, July sented. There will be members 22, m,eeting of the Malakoff Re- from Palestine, Athens, Troup Mrs. Hekm Skiles, $5; C. W. mane medal and also scored Not oni did Lynn sperm as, James I.ester Y . rain or cloud over just when made home runs. Qulrm, $5; Mrs. Ann Pulley, high in the final tests give~ hours each week in an attempt ,t. bekah s. " and the host lodge. a Rickey Thomas~, . . . c team nan gotten together We, at the News, doff our J .H. McMeeidn, $5; Mrs. N. O. for the schooling at Fort Ruck. ~iTi~ ,sre~Rex Monre to get clear sharp pmtures ox to pose. This necessitated scan- hats to Mrs. Lynn Reese, a gal The meeting will begin at 8 A membership d]J~e by ~ $10; Mrs. Bertie Tuss, $5; Mrs. there which made him elig~e the players but she. atso went ning the programs again to see who gave up precious time that p.m and will be held in the local lodge has been plannea Wood, $5; R. J. Andrews, $I0; er. 1~ tOnamesthe intr ubleorder as t theyUStmgappear-metr a,~.~when the~, o,u.~"-'=*'":eame hadme.~beencameraSChe- woulding, herhaVefavoritebeen sport,Spent inin orderfish" I.O.O.F.smith servesL dgethe hall.local lodgeEStellas veryand willneargetfuture.underway in the MrS.Mrs. BeUlaAlice Pulley,Mae Tratman,$5; H. $5;F. koffJerrYHightS School,a graduateclamOfofMala.l~, ~: Y~'ba~o~ ed in the photo ~or ~ ~a,- ~ ter job, it was necessary for ar~y~ari~g ~ ~tr~stn~a.ca~ to allow the public to meet the NobleGraM and urges all Re- Rrefreshments will be served Warren, $20; Mrs. Iola An- and.after ed I-le~ecson Oxmty Mike Coof~ Clay her to call on ~r No.1 spotter, ture natural shots and was s~- Little Leaguers through means bekah s to attend and hear Mrs. at the close of the Monday drews, $5; A. L. Andrews, $5; JUlaor COllege. of photography. Davis discuss her program fo~ meeting.