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.... :~-: :~ i /7 ~-:~5_ ~ , -~-=.IIZ~~ ~ =~t'~~ ~ ~_= ..-~ =~ ....... P( - The Southern Gateway To Cedar Creek Lake- klakkoff . Cross Roads. Tdnktal. Star Harbor- Coney City. Log Ca . rings . Emst w. . Tool voLuME 102 NUMBER 32 2011 MediaOne LL.C Friday, August 19, 2011 1 m,aa ,ffnews.net 75 cents' Mary Queen of Heaven's annual outreach helps students MICHAEL V, HANN~N PHOTO Pastor of Mary Queen of Heaven Catholic Church the Rev Anthony K. McLaugh- lin blesses clothes to be given to students last Thursday attemoon. "1 needed clothes and l~ave handed out hundreds . "We work on this all you cloth'ed me ."- of pairs of shoes, pants year long," said Sam Matthew 25:36 NIV and Shirts to area students Messina. "We work the in need. clearance racks through From Staff Relmrts Last Friday, the church the year so we can When it is time for stu- helped nearly 150 kids get squeeze every penny. dents to go back to school, ready for school. That's how we do it." it is also time for the con- Event organizers sayThe church does use a gregation at Mary Queen the goal of the outreach is small amount of gently of Heaven Catholic to ensure each child lias used clothing, but the Church to get to work. one complete outfit of great majority of clothes For the last five years, new clothes to begin the members of the church year. See HELP, Page 5A Ills , TMN TALKS Skating for God Tristyn Mundy, left, and James are members of the Army of the Cross, using their skateboard's to honor God. See story, Page 3A. ' : Tax Free Weekend Texas shoppers get a break from state and local sales taxes this week- end (Aug. 19, 20" and 21), the state's annual tax holiday. Lay- away plans can be used again this year to take advan- tage of the sales taxholiday. As in previ- ous years, the law exempts most cloth- ing and footwear priced under $100 from sales and use taxes, which could save shoppers about $8 on every $100 they spend See story, Page 7A. ..... i ........... T MICHAEL, V, HANNIGAN PI'K)TO Malakoff High School volleyball head coach James Neal, left, keeps an eye on as Brianna Dennis, 5, warms up before the Lady T gers played their home opener against Fruitvale Friday night. Malakotf dropped Fruitvale in three. Malakoff gets two wins to start year By Michael V. Hannigan The News Staff The Malakoff Lady Tigers got off to a hot start last week, with a win on the road in Palmer and then a three-game swdep of Fruitvale Friday in their home opener. The Lady Tigers are 2-0 on the young sea- son. Second-year head coach James Neal said he was happy with the results, but stressed there was plenty of work to bedone. "We need more teamwork," he said. "My biggest thing is communication." Coach said right now the Lady Tiger de- fense is ahead of the offense, but it is still very early. Consider that the Lady Tigers played in two scrimmages and two matches before the football Tigers stepped onto the field for their first scrimmage. Neal stressed conditioning in the presea- son and it paid off in Malakoffs In'st mateh, a five-game win over Palmer. "That was very important because of the way it went last year," said Neat, "when we lost a few five-setters. That was a positive," Neal said he has high expectations for this year and set the season's theme as "One." "One pass, one set, one kill," he said. "One game, one at a time." The Lady Tigers were scheduled to travel to Fmitvale on Tuesday night and then com- pete in a toumarnent in Eustace s ing Thursday, but those games came after The MalakoffNews deadline this weeK. Gooden speaks at luncheon By Pearl Cantrell MediaOne L.L.C. GUN BARREL CITY Business leaders rowdad into Ve- toni's Ital- ian Restau- rant last Thursday to hear chamber luncheon guest speaker State Rap. Lance Gooden sum up his freshman year in the 82rid Legislature., Gooden represented all of Henderson County in the Legislature this year, but that will change for much of the Cedar Creek Lake area the next session. The western and southern part of the lake, from Seven Points to Trinidad and then to Malakoff, was cut eta in redistricting and will be a part of Rep. Jim Pitts' district. Thursday, Oooden was asked about the recent water rate increase by Monarch Utility Co., one of those investor-owned utilities, whose strategy seems to be'to jump the prices as high as they can, knowing they'll get some of what they want through negotiation. "In'the mean- time, it causes much stress to residents," Goodensaid. Duringthe session, a bill came up for a vote in the last days of its life, allow- ing s ailar utilities to raise rates by up to 10 percent without a public hearing. Gooden and TAMER, a consumer group formed to See REP., Page 5A m d Subscribe te The Maiakeff Newsl San 3e%etfeftlte tack stere IdCOt CallTODiff tl stair 1lent sabscrlPtJenl 214 N. I www.cofcmalakoff.com Sun#ay Listen In: Bible Cl~. 9:30 am. 8:30 a,rn.Sundays Worship 10.30 a.m, 8, 6 p.m. KCKL 95.9 FM Weal~0ay 7p, m. KLVO 14t0 AM