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December 31, 1981

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IA--1"ae Malakeff News, Thursday, Dee. 31, IN1 W !1 1 :i~:~~I~,:I~I i ~ ;i~ i~ ~ii,i TRINIDAD'S VARSITY TROJANS took a second place win in the Kerens Invitational Tournament the weekend before Christmas, losing out in the finals to the host team by a four point margin. Members of the team pictured, front row, are Derek Jackson, Allen Livingston and Tim Polk. Back row, left to right, is Charles Colman, Greg King, Brad Elsom, Kyle Floyd. Jimmy Carter and Coach Larry Cumby. (Staff photo by Stacy Dunacusky) The first opera was Dafne, with libretto by Ottavio Rinuccini and music by Jacopo Pei'i. it was originally performed at the Palazzo Corse in Florence early In 1597, although the exact date is unknown. 110 E. Mitcham, Malakoff 489-1292 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE TIRES & TUBES M ONDAY.FRIDAY OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY More separates are made for wardrobes Want greater wearability in your wardrobe? You've got it! Today's sportswear for women features more separates than coor- dinates in natural fibers and blends, ys Si THIRD PLACE WINNERS in the Kerens Tournament over the weekend were the Trinidad Trojan girls team. The tearer their trophy with an overtime win. Pictured, front row, is Laurie Bradley, Barbara Livingston, Vickie Bell and Back row is Coach Bennie King, Louise liornbuckle, Tami Riley. Penny Johnston and Tamra Estes. Not pictured members Renee Polk, Amy Rounsavall and Sophia Dawson. (Staff photo by Stacy l)unacusk~ ) James I. StrinlPn llllnist~ Ph. 41S.17q This is usually the time of the year that most business places begin to take inventory to determine whether they have made any progress, or whether they have slipped back? It is a good time for us to take inventory of ourselves. Have we made any progress spiritually? Have we slipped back and neglected to be as faithful to God as we once were? God demands that we grow. We should consider this passage very carefully: "FOR WHEN FOR THE time ye ought to be teachers, ye have need that one teach you again which be the first principles of the oracles of GOd; and are become such as have need of milk, and not of strong meat." lleb. 5-12. We need to turn the search light of God's eternal truth upon our own lives, to see if we are growing. Our prayer fm all of you is thai you will have a bailer year in 1982 and you would remember me that I mi~t be e better end more humble servant for Him and His cause in a sinful world. Come worship with us at the Malakoff church of Christ. in your prayers III I I !ii!ilil; , UNITED TELEPHONE COMPANY OF TEXAS, INC. For over 75 years, Gulf States , .;., Telephone has been providing profes- .... sional telephone service to the people of Texas. In 1967, we began our affili- ation with United Telephone System. Now, to better reflect our identity with the nation's third largest tele- phone system as well as our home base in Texas, we're changing our name, effectiv January 1, 1982, to United Telephone Company of Texas, Inc. ALl, TOURNAMENT -- Charles Colman. Louise llornbuckle and Kyle from the Trinidad Trojans boys and girls teams were named All the Kerens Tournament. Local players named to the prestigious team present for the awards ceremony were Cross Roads Bobcats Danny Dana ttughes. Both the Cross Roads Boys and (;iris teams won consolation event. (Sta ff photo by Stacy l)unacusky) Raising funds given greater emphasis Raising m~ney from the private sec- public universities that have tor-an activity given added importance on private support for by President Reagan's budget cuts-is At Texas A&M University now drawing greater emphasis among giving has increased ....................................................................... last 10-12 years, said Walker, vice president for ment. 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We hope you will come to know us a little betterin the year ahead. You know you can always call on the Telephone Professionals at United Telephone. Let 1982 make the difference in remembering those for whom you care. ,._._._,,__._..,,...._._. L_LLJ All of us at United Telephone Company of Texas wish you a very happy and prosperous New Year ! OF TEXAS, INC. FORMERLY GULF STATES-UNITED presents Ring out the old-Bring in the new 8:30 p.m.-12:00 midnight (;over Charges $5 per person Blackeyed peas and cornbread at midnight