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Hogg & Sons Book 14 PRESS 198t "The Heartbeat Of This Progressive Territory" single copy , NUMBER 47 Box 609, Malakoff, Texas 7S148 489-0531 TWO SECTIONS WEDNESDAY, NOV. 25, 1981 I awaited lignite boom for the Roads-Trinidad area to a reality Saturday as Corp. announced a major utility com- sales from Field, y at I0 a.m. has been made as to the identity of the utility purchaser. That announcement will be forth- coming, according to John Buguoi, senior land agent for North American. Jonathan F. Brown, speaking for Clif- ford R. Miercort at the Malakoff Rotary Club in late October, told local Rotarians that the Malakoff-Cayuga lignite mine will produce from six to eight million tons of lignite a year, that it -will employ a work force of ap- Co01 in 1976. The field equals an oil field proximately 480 persons, that the an- with about one billion barrels of reser- nual payroll will be over $15 million, ve. North American Coal and Getty Oil and payment of state and local taxes of formed a Joint venture in the summer of $1 million per year will be paid. 1977 to develop the reserves that had Brown is senior vice-president of been leased and purchased in fee by North American Coal Consultants, North American. The operator of the Southwestern Division. joint venture is North American Coal. -- The Malakoff-Cayuga deposit is The Maiakoff-Cayuga lignite flelcl unique to Texus lignite in that it con- was discovered by North American silts of two imams o/ lignite that are continuous over the entire deposit. Coal and Getty control over 325 million Normally, lignite reserves in Texas are tons," Brown said during his recent comprised of multiple seams that have talk. little arealextent. "The size of the deposit and the "We estimate that the field uniqueness of its deposition makes it one of the best lignite areas in the entire (Malakoff-Cayuga) contains over 450 million tons of surface mineable lignite state," he said. (lignite no deeper than 150 feet from the ground surface in seams at least two feet thick), of which North Officials hoped that armotmcement of details of the will be made .... . 31 Pns '. Cross Roads 00 19 Cayu ~0' Fairfield ~i, Tennessee "'; Colony O ,~ .,b lot e% to. "e. ";%.-..., PC Outlined area designates llgn/te coal depes/s d/scovernd by North Amerien Coal Corporation. Co i e~ , MOVIE STARS--Donna Maxwell and Lynda Roe (right) from Mainkoff and SoaJa Hanks (left) of Athens Joined the ranks of movie stars last week during the fflmlng of "Tender Mercies". The movie was being filmed at the C~dar Creek Plowboys Club. Star of the show Is Robert Duvall, portraying an aging country singer trying to make a musical comeback. Most of the local extras used in the filming were dancing to the music of a country western band. O r GLORIA RAMIREZ ,Henderson Hospital bond con- altnounced by Willis Moore, the hospital board, regular meeting of delay in selling the hospital revenue "The market (for hospital bonds) is not to begin. bonds, construction has been delayed qu/torightyet." The interest rates on the bends have several months. The insurance company handling the "Ho lt d bonds are different from bond for Jack W. Fife Co., has asked the school bonds," he said. contract be changed to a bid bond which Flckes added that the "trend is in our guarantees construction for the amount favor." to Rolm Boone, viceof money that was bid, according to Themarket for tax-free bonds has not Fife Co., Tyler, the Boone. been doing wed the last few months the hospital, the Due to the delay on the selling of the because people can invest in something currently in effect is a bonds, on Sept. 15, Jack Fife, owner of else that will give them a h/gher yield and payment bond (worth Jack W. Fife Co., agreed to give the for a leo period of time, according to zr ntetses the work will hospital a l day extension with an Gone Mclntyre, hospitaladmlnlstrator. rials will be paid automatic renewal for another 15-days. The Henderson County Com- According to Ralph L. Flckes, vice "mtssionors Court approved the sale of r the construction president In c Rausober Pierce and the bonds early in August and Rauscher start work on a project Refines, . (bonding consultants Pierce and Rohmes, Inc. set a target days. Because of the handling, the hospital revenue bondl), datoofAug. 10 for the sale of the bonds not been set yet, but will be between I0 and 13 percent to mature in 30 years, according to McIntyre. When Flckos was asked if he foresaw a long waiting period before the bonds could be sold, he said, "If I knew that I wouldn't be talking to you right now, I'd be in Hawaii." The hospital board appeared to be disappointed with the way Rausober Pierce and Refsnos, Inc. were handling the situation. Thomas Earl Williams, attorney for the hospital board, said, "Rauscher Pierce told us they would buy the bonds from us and then sell them. I'm going to Zone district 11 -A picks named m .t ROUNSAVALL Trinidad and well in District II-A placement. Brad Eisom and were named first team Cross Roads senior An- honors. named first team tackle gained his spot for pun- and Anding were both scond team in the end was awarded to of Cross Roads and Brown on Cross tackle position. Chris Hope, Cron Roads s homore, was given honorable mention at the center pmltion. Cron Roads Junior quarter. beck Dwaine Cain gained honorable mention in that position. Backs Tim Polk, of Trinidad and Carter (Sr.) of Trinidad and Fred Winston (St.), Louis Floyd (Jr.), Rmmell Giles (Sr.), and Jeff Tmmeli (soph.) were named to honorable men- tion. Defensively Eisom again made the mark as second team lineman: Cro Roads placed senior Fred Winston on second team as linabackor and Tmmell and Anding, both sophomores, in the secondary. Gaining honorable mention on dohm- se was Russell Giles (Sr.) and Louis Floyd (Jr.) at the end position, Chris Hope (soph.), Harvey Brown (soph.), and Dale Gilbert (St.) as linemen. Trinidad freshman Mark Thompson gained honorable mention lineman. Linnbackers Stove Cowan (Sr.) and Mike Baggers (soph.) were named honorable mention linehackerx from Cross Roads while Tim Polk (soph.) and Carter (St.) gained the post from Trinidad. Trojan Derek Jackson (soph.) gained a post on the honorable mention secon- dary. Billy Duncan of Cayuga was named quarterback on the first team offensive lineup. Cayuga's team was winner of the ll-A l .ast Zone championship but lost their playoff bid to Italy. The offensive first team consists of ends Mark Hill, Cayuga, Dale Steele, Mildred, and Travis Gerich, Palmer. tackles Monty Hilton, Cayuga, Elsom, and David Richter, Mildred, guards Clint Raiser, Cayuga, John Gould, Palmer, Mike Weaver, Mildred, Joe Greenup of Mildred at center, run- ninghacks Gary Roper, mildred, Den- sis Robinson, Palmer, and Allen Dun- can, Cayuga, and at the kicker position Jimmy Davis of Cayuga. The defensive unit was dominated by Cayuga with six men on the squad, Mildred with four men on the team, Palmer with two and Scurry Rosser with one. There was no pick of coach or team of the year for 1981. go down there and ask for our m0ney." said, "We're trying to light as many When Willis Moore, president of the fires under them (Rauscher Pierce hospital board was asked what action, Refsnes, Inc.) as we can, but I MEETINGS Malakoff Rotarians will meet at noon Tuesday, Nov. 24, at the Harbor House Restaurant for their weekly luncheon. Maiakoff Masonic Lodge No. 759 will bold their weekly study club Monday, Nov. 23, at the lodge hall. Children will be dismissed from area schools Wednesday for the Thanksgiving Holiday. Classes will resume Monday at the regular time. Malakoff Lodge No. 759 will hold a Study Club Monday night, November 30th, at 7:30 p.m. to prepare for a Masters Degree to be on December 7th at 7:30 p.m. The Triple F Club of Malakoff will meet Monday, Dec. 7, 1981 at the First United Methodist Church. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. A covered dish of food from each family attending will be served. ANTI-TANK COMPANY REUNION DATE SET The Anti-Tank company, 144th Infantry will hold its annual reunion Sunday, Nov. 29, at the Lions Club huilding located about 2 miles south of Malakoff on FMg0. All former members of the anti-Tank Company, Anti-Tank Platoon and the Howtzer Company are urged to attend. A covered dish of food brought by each family' attenomg will be served at noon. A short business meeting will be called to order for the of electing of- ricers and attending to any other business that might comebof m the:group. 0~1~[ HOURS The Malakoff News office is open on a regular basis from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Monday throu|h Friday. For your con- venience, please contact the office during those hours to assure that your news is included. COMMUNITY ANNOUNCEMENTS To n,ake sure people are aware of your organization's activities, contact the Malakoff News at 489-053[. For an item to appear in the Thursday publication it must be received at the Naws office by 4 p.m. onthe p~econdinil Monday. DEADLINE INFORMATION Deadline for news items, classified ads and display edvertisinll for the Thursday publication date of the Matukoff News is 4 p.m. the preceeding Monday. J