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Second Front Another teen life lost in accident Yet another teenager died at the wheel of his vehicle last week, the second in recent weeks. It happened on Farm to Market Road 753 near Shady Oaks community. Joseph Sterling Ferrell, a 17- year-old Cross Roads High School football player topped a hill, on the other side of which a dump truck had stopped be- ball and basketball. His six foot hind a school bus picking up a seven frame led to his nickname child. Investigators speculated of "Big Show". He was the Ferrell's car was driven in un- maintainer of the school's der the dump truck, causing fa- website. Funeral services were tal injuries. Ferrell was a well- held Saturday, at Dogwood liked athlete, lettering in foot- Baptist Church. I AM THE FLAG God Bless America... I am the flag of the United States of America. My name is Old Glory. I fly on top the world's tallest buildings. I stand watch in America's halls of justice. I fly majestically over institu- tions of learning. I stand guard with power in I am respected m and I am feared. I have fought in every battle of every war for more then 200 years. I was flown at Valley Forge, Gettysburg, Shiloh and Appomattox. I was there at San Juan Hill, the trenches of France, in the Argonne Forest, Anzio, Rome whom I've served in battle it hurts. But I shall overcome -- for I am strong. I have slipped the bonds of Earth and stood watch over the uncharted frontiers of space from my vantage point on the moon. I have borne silent witness to all of America's finest When news of the terrorist tragedy broke, rumors quickly spread that the events would lead to international tension and higher gas prices. Tigers edge Wildcats the world, and the beaches of Normandy, hours. MalgiAoff's Tigers clawed Haney provided the game ,:. Look up andoem; v -,: . ; -t3uam.. Ban my finest hours are yet  " . " =: for ,- , . their way past the Sourry- wmffing margin. Island ace, honotnah !dqawa, San, to come. ,, ..... : .....  ...... , and justice. Saigon, Vietnam know me, I When I am torn into strips Rosser Wzl'i't lrmdalt was' tgers I stand for freedom, was there, and used as bandages for my night, in a win decided by a failed attempt at their own I am confident. I am arrogant. I am proud. When I am flown with my fellow banners, my head is a little higher, my colors a little truer. I bow to no one! I am recognized all over the world. I am worshipped - I am sa- luted. I am loved - I am revered. I led my troops, I was dirty, battleworn and fired, but my soldiers cheered me, And I was proud. I have been burned, torn and trampled on the streets of coun- tries I have helped set free. It does not hurt, for I am in- vincible. I have been soiled upon, burned, torn and trampled on the streets of my country. And when it's by those wounded comrades on the battlefield, When I am flown at half- mast to honor my soldier, Or when I lie in the trem- bling arms of a grieving parent at the grave of their fallen son or daughter, I am proud. MY NAME IS OLD GLORY LONG MAY I WAVE. DEAR GOD IN HEAVEN LONG MAY I WAVE. two-point conversion The two-pointer that provided the lead changed three times in narrow victory for Malakoff. the hard-fought contest which featured two touch- down pass plays from Aaron Carroll to Kyle Harris. On the second of these, a two point conversion by Josh Each team came into the game winless. So the Tigers went home 1-1 for the sea- son, ready to face the West Trojans at Tiger Stadium next Friday at 7:30 p.m. AND FR()M THE MOUTHS OF CHILDREN... I am so very sorry about what happened to your town and I hope that it does not happen again. It shocked my family really bad! I'm proud to be an American because terrorist can't take away our free- dom, I know that it is hard for you to not be scared that it might happen again, but you just have to believe in God to protect you and your town. We will be praying for you every night when we go to sleep. It makes me so confused that people hate that much, and they will kill themselves just to kill other people. Do not be scared and I hope nobody got hurt in your family, or any of your friends. God bless you and your town. Sincerely Chelsea Tart Ms. Marian Miller's third grade class (Trinidad) has written letters to students in New York. They will be sent to Mayor Giuliani's of- fice to be distributed. I hope you are ok. I heard what happened and I hope you parents are ok too. And if you are sad about anything keep this letter. You can talk about anything you want. I hope nothing like this will ever happen again, so nobody will ever worry again ever like this, because it is a very bad tragedy in the whole world. I hope you are not hurt at all. I hope your really care about this a lot. Friend. Your friend, Shelby Davis Hi! I hope your family is o.k. and I hope you are ok to. I felt sad when I heard about it. I am praying for you and your mom and dad. I hope your class is o.k. and your teacher, and your aunts and uncles. Now lets pray. Dear Lord, I ask you to let every baby be o.k. and I ask you to let me be o.k. and in Jesus name, I pray amen. I am thinking of you and your class, and your family. Sincerely, Melinda, your friend. Hi! I heard about the bomb- ing. You are probably scared. I'm sure that it ws terrible. That was not nice. I got, mad when that happened. My mom cried a lot. She was mad about what happened. We are praying for you a lot we think that happened. We think that you will be happy. I hope you are okay. I hope you are okay. We are trying to figure out who did it. Your friend Jacob I am sorry your town got at- tacked. I hope you're alrigth. I hope your morn or dad did not get hart. I hope you and your teacher likes pictures. It might remind you when your mother or daddy sing a song to you when you were a little girl or boy. I am sad that happend. You are going to enjoy what I drew you. Yes- terday was very bad. I was sad, when I heard it. I hope you're ok and I love you chil- dren. I am 8 year od. I will be your friend and I love your class. I would like to live in New York. I hope you love to get some money. I am mak- ing a penny coin jar for you. I will send a post card to you and I hope you will like it. Love, Ashlee My name is Brandon. I live in Trinidad Texas and I feel sorry for you. I hope that you are ok too. And I hope that you will feel good soon. from Brooke Parks, Trinidad 5th Grade, Ms. Colman's class It all began when the jet hit the frist trade center then thirty mintes later a second jet hit the second trade cen- ter and when the first trade center fell to peices after thirty mintes later the sec- ond trade center fell to pieces George W. Bush was mad. Then a third jet hit the pentagon. And three people died. And the news said that the arbians are probly going to hit Dallas or Housten or north carolina. They think its Osama Bin Laden. Is it him? Maybe so. We dont know. George W. Bush said hey "who ever did this is going to pay" he said. Also they found the second fire- man got out and all he said was let me have a drink of water and he walked away. Evc, rybody was like Is he hurt? My morn said that not to worry becase this is a small town, and I don't have to worry. The Malakoff Middle School cheerleaders provide a gaunt- let of sound for the Tigers at a Friday afternoon pep rally. r I m J m I I I m I I  I I m I I I Illlllll IIl I I I Reader's Poll[ ] 1.Who do you blame for the lack I I of warning? I [(1) The CIA E:] l I(2) The FBI C] 1 I(3) The Administration [2] 1 I(4) No One E:] [ I . . . I e 2.Do you still feel safe m America? I I E3Yes [-qNo ee  In order to officially respond to tbispoll, please cut | I outandsendto P.O. Box509, Malakoff, TX75148 I I or emailyour answers to malnews@aoLcom I I I