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lhll,h,h,lh,lh,lh lh,hllh,h,h,'hl'lh"h'll SMALL TOWN PAPERS 5026 CALIFORNIA AVE SW SEATTLE WA 98136-1208 mm n J( -- The Southern Gateway To Cedar Creek Lake -- v 'w.malakoff'news.net o malnews@earthlJnk.net galakoff - Cross Roads - Trinidad - Star Harbor - Caney City - Log Cabin - Payne Springs - Tool VOLUME 97 NUMBER 36 2006 The MalakoffNews Friday, September 15, 2006 otako#.e 50 cents O ,'n it; ,T- 4, n, ;e r- )2 ~a tt; ~6 s- )n )n S~ Or ;n m ie ,'y iS to L ,y D t , ,'e kt; :r- e: r- O, 11, e: )1 9, e, ,'n It. at W y D I. Loretta Humble Around About A letter from Laken Some of you may remem- ber when my grand, on, Jonathan, went to Europe on a shoestn'ng and stayed for three months just bum- mine around and seeing sights. He sent us some great - but short- letters about his adventures, and a. total of two or three photos. His sister Laken, an Abilene Christian Unh, ersity student, is now in England, spending this semester studying drama at Oxford University. You'll see she is somewhat more chatty than her brother. She makes good grades, so I See ABOUT, Page 8 i HEADS UP Organizing PTO The first organization- al meeting for the ialakoff High ,School PTO ill be held 6:30 p.m. Sept. 25 at the high school library. Superintendent Larry Hulsey will be the speaker. Burn ban still on Don't be fooled by a little rain - there's still a burn ban on in Malakoff and Henderson County AREA DEATHS - Joyce Louise Bodie Armstrong - Meryle M. Clegg - Mary Elizabeth Long - Christopher Dennis Nixson - Peggy Stewart - Lucitle Banks - Roderick (Dick) Harry Sharp INDEX Calendar 2 Looking Back 4 Obituaries 7 Living Well 11 Classified 13 Sports 18 VERSE You will keep in per- fect peace him whose mind is steadfast, because he trusts in yOU. Isaiah 26;3 From Staff Reports A 52-year-old Tool man has been arrested in connection with a Navarre County mur- der, according to police reports. In a press release issued this week, Navarre County Boelter Sheriffs Department Chief Deputy Mike Cox said Glen Ray Boelter was arrested Saturday night for the murder of Sammy Hawkins. Boelter was charged See MURDER, Page 8 i r (i i MICHAEL Vo HANNIGAN PHOTO Afire line surrounds the remains of a house in Star Harbor which burned to the ground last week. According to Malakolf Volunteer Fire Deparlment officials, the VFD was called out about 2 a.m. Frklay, at which time the home was fully engulfed. Fireficjhters were able to stop the fire from spreading to surrounding homes. The cause of the fire is under investigation by the Henderson County Fire Marshal. Producers pack MHS cafeteria to hear from Extension experts By Michael V. Hannigan The News Staff The current drought ravaging the state may be bad, but the Texas Cooperative Extension Service hasn't run dry of ideas on how to cope. Area producers packed the Malakoff :I4igh School cafeteria last week for 'q rought 2006 - Decisions for Beef PrQd cers," a seminar to assist producers with both short term and long term plan- ning. The seminar was put on by the Henderson, Anderson and Van Zandt coun- ties Beef Cattle Committees. Malakoff High School FFA students helped through- out the seminar as ushers. See DROUGHT, Page 8 Area football teams all playing at home Friday night By Michael V. Hannigan All three games are scheduled to favorites Friday night over a Kemp The News Staff kick off at 7:30 p.m. team which has been outscored by a If you love high school football, The 2-0 Trojans are considered combined 60-18 on the season. Last Friday night is the night tbr you. big favorites Friday night, and Saturday the Tigers traveled to Arp For the only time this season, all Trinidad fans could be out the gate to punish the Shelbyville Dragons, three area teams - Malakoff, Trinidad by halt:time and headed for one of 35-6. and Cross Roads - will be playing at the other two games. Last week The season hasn't been quite as home. Trinidad crushed Greenville-kind to the Cross Roads Bobcats, The 2-0 MalakoffTigers will play Christian, 58-8, with the game who sport a 0-2 record headed into host to the winless Kemp called at the end of the second quar- Friday's game against the Class AA Yellowjackets. The Trinidad Trojans ter because of the six-man football Rice Bulldogs. will welcome Heritage-Christian to 45-point mercy rule, Both teams are looking to bounce town, find the Cross Roads Bobcats Trinidad is currently ranked No. 3 back t?om losses last week: Cross will look to get their first win of the in the state by sixmantbotball.com. Roads fell 15-6 to Frost, while Rice season against Rice. Malakoff also figures to be big lost to Itasca 22-14 Malakoj r Floon & More Get Ready To Spruce Up That Hons l The Holidays Ate Approachlngl Mention This Ad and Get 10~ OFF Your Purchasel Offer Good thru SepL 30, 2006 IJ IFnlMu m Illl. IoWml 8, gUgoro nm JW ww',:l~,bathem.com, Member FDIC" H~" 31 Em Malak0ff* 903-489-115$ ~I Wifining beginning Raigan Garrison (1) looks for an open- ing in the Malakoff Lady T ers district opener against Rice Tuesday night. Malakoff won the match in fNe games. See story, Page 16. MICHAEL V. HANNIGAN PHOTO Dd Commissioner calls for equal treatment for nonprofits By Michael V. Hannigan The News Staff The case is over. The two sides came to an agreement. Just don't think Pet. I Commissioner Joe Hall is ready to stop fighting for the churches of Henderson County. Hall was indicted in April because he used Henderson County personnel to pre- pare and pave parking lots at Landmark Baptist Church and Antioch Baptist Church. The indictments included two counts of perjury, and one count of abuse of official capacity. The alleged perjury was related to Hall's testimony about the length of time spent on the parking lot projects. From the very beginning, Hall admitted to working on the church properties. He said the Precinct 1 employees didn't have anything else they could do at the time, and the churches provided the materials. He doesn't think what he did is illegal, and says Henderson County commission- ers have been doing it for years. He also said he checked with the Texas Attorney General's Office, and has an AG's opinion that supports his position. On the other side, every adult in America has heard the phrase "separation of church and state." Henderson County District Attorney Donna Bennett has told media representatives on more than one occasion that the rest of the commission- ers understood the law, and that Hall was mistaken. Anyone hoping for a resolution in court See HALL, Page 3 ~i: :ii:,ii:::,i?::i ::i:/ !:i[ :