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Friday~ September 23, 20|1 ~ The MMakoffNews ~ Page 11Ao Martha Dee Thompson and First United Methodist Church Pastor Charles Kimble display the quilt that wilt be one of the door prizes at this year's First Unit- ed Methodist Church Lo[d's Acre Benefit. COURTESY PHOTO PEARL CANTRELL PHOTO Hazard Mitigation Plan Henderson County Emergency Management Coordinator Joy Kimbrough thumbs through the 640-page Hazard Mitigation Ac- tion Plan in a workshop meeting last week. The plan explained i the plans history and the availability o! federal grant monies to [" Malakoff cities, individuals and Commissioners Court accepteditTuesda , ready for Lord's Acre Chandler man gets 25 years'i Special so The News Malakoff High School. [t he beautiful quilt, Special to The News Family and Protective The First United ~ :~m ~lFvou-can-eat fish shown in the inset photo. JudgeDat~ Moore of the Services who then con- Methodist Church of fry t~aturh~g live enter~ is one of the door prizes 173rd Judicial District tacted the Henderson Malakoff will agai~ dfis taimnent, the "biggest available It&reversible, Court sentenced a 75 County Sheriffs Office. year conduct i~s annual and best' bake sale. a queen sized, and is the"8 year-old Chandler man to The case was assigned to Lord's Acre Be~efit. Fhis thrace ~o win a grandStar" pattern. ["he quilt 25years in the Texas De- crimes against children event was started four prize big flat screen TV. top piece was donated by partment of Criminal Ju> Investigator Ceresa Bal~ years ago when th~ and many door prizes m Zilla Jackson Cook. ticeTuesday after the man lard. After conducting a church realizedtl'mt addi~ select from. Martha Dee Thompson pleaded guilty to sexual pre/iminaw investigation, tional funds were needed I'icke~s are on sal~ now has set a place for having abuse eta child. Ballard interviev.ed In- to help cxpand th~ liom any church member it finished writ donations The investigation into gold who admitted m her churclYs ministries that and wilt also be available from the Tidmore. Rid- Mr. lngold began after the that he had committed the benefit our community, a~d'm door. Prices are $9 dlesberger and Jackson victim told school offi* abuse. Baltard then se~ This years event is for adults. $4 for dill- families. The quilt was cials of the abuse. The cured an arrest warrm'~t tbr scheduled for Oct 22 at 6 dre~. with kids under 3 done in honor of the liv- School contacted the lngold where he was \ssistant Districl Atto> nov and crimes against,, childre~ Prosecutor . Nancy Rumar prosecuted the case. Henderson Count' District Attorney: Scott McKee indicated- that he was pleased with;- the combined efforts oft' the 'Texas Department ot'~i': Family m~d Protective~ services and the llendeL-~ SOl Coumv Sheriffs rice in puttin~ [ngold be-~:; ~ hind bars where he be-,~ /x ~t p.m. and will be held at fi'ce, ing descendants of these Texas Department of placed into custody,longs. ~, L 0 8 ,, :i' ..... ......... 7 .... on DiscoveW's Ve~ocit:y Net;wor'k J .... Z-- : = J a! ! ~ i ~~~#4~ www, MECUP ,cem. Nq - SN-NB 8 t j C MMuNITY' The fi gow g businesses help support Malakoff area nonprofit organizations and events. CITIZENS N/if[eRA[ 8ARR Four Rules of Gun Safety 1.. Most important of all safe~ rules: Keep The Gun Pninted in a Sate Direction of- fireLk around and see who or what might be in the line - Always carry your ~un pointed in a safe direction - Unload and secure wntr gun wher~ crossing an obsta- eIe or difficult tewain 2. Eve~~ Gun is Loaded until } nu:)cheek it out your- sel. '; Open thd~action when you pick-up a gun FIRST STATE BANK d~ ?; ?:;~{:.' :!t '=;':: ~q2 - Open the action before passing the gtm so another bunter 3. Keep Your Finger Off the Trigger umil you're ready m shnot! - Keep all of your finge~ behind the trigger guard - Gel into position and ready before you put your finger on the ~rigger 4. Be Sure of Your Target and what lies beynnd it~ -Awfid hill top shots, or shots with an obscure back- grormd. - Best backgrounds are hillsides or dirt banks free of big rocks. - [denti~ your animal from tip (nose) m tail be:fore you shoot. Never shoot at a SOUlld or moventent. Other Important Safety Tips: -Never shoot at a hard flat surface or water - Never drink or take drugs before, or while shooting - Always be sure your action and barrel are clear of ob- structions - Store huntingat~ns ut-gler I.ock and .in a sepwate Ioca- tiot~ from the ammunitkm Source: Texas Parks and Wildlife 24 HOE R :SERVICE 1417 E, ivler St, Mhens 9 3-6773838 BERRY LUMBER CO. Four Hometown, Home Owned Company' 2(16 E. Reyali- Eo Hwy 31 903o489-0532 . Athens Gun Barrel Qty' , Malak0ff NcDonakl s