Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 58, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1989 Page: 3 of 12
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
If your club or organization is
meeting soon and you wish to
remind members of the time and
location, please call for Community
Calendar at 885-8663. Deadline is
10 a.m. the day of publication.
Items submitted prior to the date of
the event will appear more than
once, space permitting.
ARK-TEX Council of Govern-
ments rental assistance office has
moved from 14S Jefferson St to
new offices at 428 Hillcrest in the
Woodbridge Addition. Office hours
are 8 a.m. to noon and 1-5 pjn.
Monday through Friday.
Thursday, March 9
HOPKINS COUNTY Peace
Officers Association will have its
regular meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday.
March 9, at Echo Lodge. The meet-
ing is open only to regular and as-
will be the keynote speaker at a “
program beginning at 1:23 pjn. on
the stage at Heritage Square, and a
reception in her honor will follow
at 2 pm. in the Sulphur Springs —
State Bank Community Room.
THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Taxes, Thursday, March 9,1940—3.
meet at 2 pjn. Tuesday, March 14,
in the Senior Citizen Activity Cen-
ter on Hinnant Street
Beth Furr. Furr is the
woman for Congres-
SKIPBO AND 42 are played
from 1 until 4 p.m. every Tuesday
and Friday at the Senior Citizens
Center, 150 Hinnant St, except the
second-week of each month when
the games are played on Wednes-
REBEKAH LODGE meets the
second and fourth Thursday of each
BEREAVED PARENTS Sui
Group will meet at 7 p.i
day, March 9, in the Alford Center,
Paris Junior College. Billy Roland,
professor of psychology at East
Texas State University, Commerce,
will be speaking on “Death and
Dying.” For more information, call
(2J4) 785-7781 or 785-0691.
SINGING AT Black Oak Church
is held the first Thursday of each
month at 7 p.m. Singers and lis-
teners are welcome.
JOE SMITH, Duane Robertson,
Guy Rushin and friends will per-
form oldtime music and Texas fid-
dling at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 9,
at Leisure Lodge Nursing Home.
meets at Saint Philips Episcopal
Church on Houston Street every
Thursday night at 8.
TOMMY PEUGH wiU be sing-
ing gospel at 7 p.m. Thursday,
March 9, at Hopkins County Nurs-
RHYTHM MASTERS will be
playing at 7 p.m. Thursday,
9, at Woodhaven Nursing Hoi
MILLER GROVE PTO will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March
9. Plans will be discussed for the
COMO-PICKTON School will
hold its first tennis tournament
from Thursday, March 9, through
Saturday, March 11.
COLUMBIA LODGE 81 will
hold a called meeting at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, March 9, in the lodge
hall on Gaines Street All master
masons are asked to attend.
WESLEY UNITED Methodist
Women will hold a general meeting
at 7 p.m. Thursday, March 9, in the
fellowship hall. Bonnie Huffstettler
will be the speaker,
HEROINES OF Jericho wiU
meet at 6:45 p.m. Thursday, March
9, in the Masonic Hall.
SERENITY GROUP of Al-
coholics Anonymous meets at 8
p.m. Tuesdays. Meetings are also
held at the foundation hall on Loop
301 Tuesday and Thursday. For
more information, call 885-1050.
EATING DISORDER? Over-
eaters Anonymous meets each
Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the First
Presbyterian Church on College
Street and at 7:30 p.m. Thursdays
and at 11 a.m. Saturdays.
CALVARY BAPTIST Church
will hold revival services through
Friday, March 10, with the Rev.
Don Paxton speaking. Thursday
—Darla Washington will perform her
dramatic interpretation of “The
Creation” as presented at the Miss
Sulphur Springs Pageant. The Am
sisters wifi sing. Pizza will be ser-
ved at 6 p.m. to the Youth Gass
and services will begin at 7 p.m.
CUMBY SCHOOL will hold its
open house and kindergarten
roundup at 6:30 p.m. Thursday,
March 9. The kindergarten roundup
will be held in the kindergarten
room. Eligible children must be 5-
years-old by Sept. 1 and present
immunization records and birth cer-
Friday, March 10
course will be offered at Northeast
Texas Community College in
Mount Pleasant March 10-12. Call
1-800-333-1644 for information.
TEXAS FIRST Lady Rita
Clements will visit Sulphur Springs
Friday, March 10, in recognition of
its Main Street designation. She
The City at Cumby it now accepting sealed
bid* on traah col action. Pick up la onoa a
week on Tueadeya averaging 275 cuatomart
par month. A 2 year contract wil be signed.
Insurance is required. Bids must be in by
March 24th at S PM. The City has the right to
accept any bid.
NEW LIFE Serenity Al-Anon
group meets each Tuesday and‘Fri-
day at 8 p.m. in the Episcopal
NEW LIFE group of Alcoholics
Anonymous meets at 8 p.m. every
Monday, Wednesday and Friday in
the Episcopal Church, 400 Houston
St. For more information, call 885-
Saturday, March 11
YOUTH PROGRAM will be
held at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March
11, in Mitchell Chapel Giurch of
God in Christ, 504 S. Jackson. The
pastor B.L. Turman will host the
STEW SUPPER fundraiser will
be held from 5 to 8 p.m. Saturday,
March 11, in Arbala Community
Center. Donations will be accepted
for repair on Arbala Church.
HOPKINS COUNTY Museum is
open every Saturday from 10 a.m.
to 4 p.m. Sunday hours are 1 to 4
CAPTAIN DAVID Philips Chap-
ter NSDAR will hold a meeting at
2 p.m. Saturday, March 11, in the
community room of the Sulphur
Springs State Bank.
HOPKINS COUNTY Boys
Baseball Association will hold a
bake sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sa-
turday, March 11, at the V.F. Outlet
GOLDEN AGERS of Wesley
United Methodist Church will meet
at 10:30 un. Saturday, March 11.
Faye Gilley will give a review of
*the book “O Ye Jigs and Juleps.”
81-42 CLUB will meet at 6:30
pjn. Saturday, March 11. in the
Sulphur Springs State Bank Com-
BEAUTY CHAPTER 32 Order
of the Eastern Star will hold a cal-
led meeting at 5 p.m. Saturday,
March 11, in the lodge hall on
Gaines Street. All members are ur-
ged to attend.
Sunday, March 12
SINGING AT Bethel Baptist
Church near Como is held the sec-
ond Sunday of each month at 2
REV. BARRIS Sims will be the
guest speaker at the Cherry Grove
Baptist Church at 11 a.m. Sunday,
JIM KESSLER of Fort Worth
will lead gospel singing at services
Sunday, March 12, at Miracle
Revival Church, 1310 N. Jackson
St. The services are at 10 a.m. and
Monday, March 13
LADIES DOUBLE SS Tennis
Association will have a Dutch treat
dinner at 7 p.m. Monday, March
13, at Western Sizzlin. Anyone in-
terested in signing up to play in the
spring league is encouraged to at-
tend. Call 885-3953 or 885-1420.
COMMUNITY BAND meets
. in the
____________fun and fel-
HOPE GROUP meets at 7 p.m.
each Monday at Texas Commercial
Savings. The group is a support or-
ganization of people with everyday
problems, working together and
Names in the news
Donovan’s joke flops
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Art
Donovan, a former Baltimore Colts
football player and perpetual jokes-
ter, tried a joke out on an anti-abor-
tion crowd but no one thought-It
Noting that he weighed 17
pounds at birth, Donovan said, “If
anybody should have thought about
having an abortion, it was my
When no one laughed, Donovan,
the rally’s keynote speaker, quickly
turned serious, saying he was
against abortion because he is Irish
Catholic and “my church told me”
abortion is wrong.
Thousands of demonstrators ral-
lied Monday night at Maryland’s
State House to protest legalized
Archbishop tries out
LOS ANGELES (AP) — It
wasn’t exactly “God Is My
Copilot," but only because that seat
was taken by an instructor as
Archbishop Roger Mahony took off
in a $400,000 helicopter given to
the Archdiocese of Los Angeles.
Mahony, 53, will use the helicop-
ter to drop in on the 275 parishes in
the nation’s most populous Roman
Catholic archdiocese, which covers
an area larger than Israel.
“It’s part of the Southern Cali-
fornia scene now. Traffic is really a
problem,” said the archbishop, who
took the gift out for a spin Tuesday.
The helicopter, blessed by the
archbishop and sporting a St. Chris-
topher medal on the instrument
panel, was donated by a group of
Cher’s beau pleads
no contest to charges
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Aspir-
ing actor Rob Camilletti has
pleaded no contest to two counts of
vandalism for smashing a
photographer’s camera equipment
outside the home of his girlfriend,
Cher, a prosecutor said.
His attorney entered the plea
Tuesday. CamUlelti, a former New
York bagel maker, pizza chef and
bartender, faces up to one year in
jail and a $2,000 fine when he is
sentenced March 14.
CamiHetti’s run-in with free-
lance photographers who were stak-
ing out Cher’s home occurred last
July. He was accused of trying to
run photographer Peter Brandt
down in a Ferrari and damaging his
camera equipment. A prosecutor
said she will move to dismiss a
reckless driving charge.
Madonna changes to
the collector girl
NEW YORK (AP) — No more
just The Material Girl, Madonna is
The singer-actress has joined Bill
Cosby, Barbra Streisand and other
celebrities on a list of the top 100
collectors in America, Art & Anti-
ques magazine said Tuesday.
Madonna, who earned $46 mil-
lion in 1988, is a newcomer to the
annual list — cited for her “top-
notch collection of vintage
photographs, particularly female
nudes and boxers, and paintings by
Cosby and his wife, Camille, fill
their home with American furniture
and art, especially Shaker, and are
the premier collectors of black folk
art, the magazine said. '
Streisand favors Frank Lloyd
Trump plans biggest
casino in world
NEW YORK (AP) — Donald
Trump has a vision of “Disneyland
in Atlantic City” and “the most
spectacular building” in the country
— his casino.
The 1,250-room Trump Taj
Mahal Casino Resort — compete
with Arabic-style domes, an
amusement park and a heliport —
will be the biggest gambling casino
in the world. Trump said Tuesday.
Trump said the Atlantic City,
N.J., casino will be worth $1 billion
when about 4,000 workers finish
building it in early 1990. Construc-
tion began in 1983. Trump bought
the property several months ago.
His plans: a 3,000-seat fast food
restaurant, a 5,000-car garage, a 42-
story hotel, and a sports arena with
enough space to park eight blimps.
Clark* Key*............................................. Editor and Publisher
Dave Hillsom*r..................... ...... .............Monog.ng *<*•♦©'
Johni* Hardgrov* .................... Advertising Manager
David Hooper ....................................:.........Production Director
Jim Butler.........................*................ ......• Controller
Roger Palmer........................ ...................Circulation Monoger
Established in 1B99
E.W. Froiley, Editor 1940-ItSI
The News-Telegrem (USPS No. 144-MO) (ISSN 0744-442S) published deily except Saturday New
Veer’s Day Independence Day. Labor Day. Thanksgiving and Christmas by The Echo Publishing Com-
pany at 401 Church Street. Sulphur Springs. Tx. 74482. Telephone (|14) MS-8443
Subscription Rotes: City carrier delivery S5.25 per month, SI5.75 for 3 months. 430.50 for A months.
MO.00 per year. Ruralcarrier delivery $4.75 per month. $17.24 for 3 months. $33.40 for A months. IM.00
per year. Moiled delivery $10.00 for 3 months. $34.00 for A months. SAT.00 per year. (Mailed subscrip-
tions must be paid for In advance.) %
Second dost postogepoid at Sulphur Springs. TX 7548?
• Postmaster: Send address changes to Sulphur Springs News-Telegram,
P.O. Box 598, Sulphur Springs, TX. 75482
being supporuve to help each other
beuer cope with life.
NORTHEAST TEXAS Alcohol
and Drag Foundation is hosting a
family co-dependent group at 7:30
pjn. Mondays. For more informa-
tion, call 885-1050.
SAINT JAMES Church will
have Penitential Services with visit-
ing priests at 7 pjn. Monday.
HOPKINS COUNTY Associa-
tion of Retarded Gtizen’s will meet
at 7 m. Monday, March 13, Li the
Opportunity Center. 602 Church St.
s>onal District 1.
LAKE HIGHLANDS Baptist
Church will have a service at 7
pjn. Tueaday, March 14, at Hop-
tins County Nursing Home.
STARS OP Texas 4-H Gub will
meet at 7 pjn. Tuesday. March 14,
in the Ag Worker’s Building at City
SULPHUR SPRINGS Ares of
Retired Teachers Association will
Wednesday, March 15
TOPS TX Chapter 1233 mecu
each Wednesday at 9:45 ajn. in the
Texas Commercial Savings ad
Loan Building, 919 Gilmer Sc For
more iiuormatioti, call 885-4319.
BIBLE STUDY is held at 2 pjn.
each Wednesday at Sulphur Springs
Nursing Home, 301 Oak Ave.
Drunk driver scared
into future sobriety
RETIRED FEDERAL employ-
ees will meet at noon Monday,
March 13, at the Ag Building in
City Park for a covered dish meal.
HOPKINS COUNTY Home
Economists will meet at 4 pjn.
Monday, March 13, in the Sulphur
Springs High School Homemaking
Dept Edna O’Quinn will present a
program on her recent trip to china.
Tuesday, March 14
for Retired Persons will provide
free tax assistance to senior
citizens, handicapped and low inc-
ome families each Tuesday through
April 11 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
the Senior Citizen’s Activity Cen-
ter, ISO Hinnant Sc
HOPKINS COUNTY Republi-
can Women’s Gub'will meet at 7
p.m. Tuesday, March 14, in the
Community Room at Texas Com-
mercial Savings Association, 919
Gilmer St, with featured speaker
General dies in
WASHINGTON (AP) — Army
Maj. Gen, James Rumbaugh, com-
mander of Walter Reed Army
Medical Center in Washington
D.C., died following a parachute
accident in Honduras, a Defense
Department spokesman said today.
Rumbaugh died while being
transported to Brooke Army Medi-
cal Center in San Antonio from the
U.S. military hospital at Honduras’
Soto Cano Air Base outside Com-
ayugua, northwest of the Honduran
capital of Tegucigalpa, said
Defense Department spokesman
Maj. John Smith.
Rumbaugh was injured in a
parachute accident during a medi-
cal training exercise on Tuesday,
The nature of Rumbaugh’s in-
juries and the cause of death were
not immediately available, Smith
Dear Ann Landers: I woke up
with the world's worst hangover. I
took a couple of aspirins, stumbled
into the kitchen, made myself coffee
and grabbed the morning paper.
llc^~T!x headline seemed to jump off
the page. It read:
2-YEAR-OLD AND MOTHER
KILLED IN HIT & RUN
ACCIDENT, POLICE ON
As I read the story, 1 got a sick
feeling in my stomach. I couldn't
remember anything about last
night. I ran to look at my car. My
heart sank to my knees. The
bumper was twisted and the front
fender was smashed.
I wouldn't leave the scene of an
accident, no matter how drunk I
was. Or would I? Chilling thoughts
raced through my mind. What
should I do now? Call the police?
Get a lawyer? I was petrified.
I reached for the phone and
started to dial the police. Then I
stopped. They would ask me all
sorts of questions. What could 1
say? I was drunk. I don't remem-
ber. I could almost hear the jail
door clang shut behind me.
Just then my brother-in-law
walked into the kitchen. What did
he know? Had the police arrived? I
put down the phone and 'ran
toward him in tears.
He said. “I’m sure it's upsetting to
hit a deer, honey, but you'll get over
I couldn't believe what I had just
heard. Did he say 1 had hit a deer?
I swear, with my hand on the
Bible, I will never drive drunk
again. - LESSON LEARNED IN
v DEAR DES MOINES: It’s not
easy to share a nightmare. Thank
you for doing just that.
I wonder how many people who
are reading this column have driv-
en drunk and made it home safely.
If I am talking to you, please thank
God for giving you a pass. And
don't press your luck.
Dear Ann Landers: Recently I
was arrested for shoplifting. Humil-
iating? Yes. But it was a relief. Let
me tell you why.
Some alcoholics and drug abusers
seek help, but often not until they
hit bottom. For me. “bottom" was
The shame of being handcuffed
and escorted to the security office
was awful. I could feel all those eyes
on me. I'm sure the people won-
dered why this nice-looking, well-
dressed lady would be stealing from
a store. Going to jail in a police car,
handcuffed, was another degrading
I started off as a “shopaholic." I
don't know when or why I began
to take things. I had enough money
to buy whatever I wanted. But
getting away with it was fun. I
rarely kept the stolen items. I gave
most of the things to the women at
work who couldn't afford any
I was given a stiff fine (no jail,
thank God, t^chusc it was my first
offense), put on probation and tofd
I could not go back i,nto that store.
I immediately went for counsel-
ing and now I Know my stealing
was a sickness. I urge anyone who
fits my description to please get
professional help before you get
caught. Your judge might not be as
kind as mine. - CERRITOS, CALIF.
DEAR CALIF.: You’ve said it all.
All I can say is, thank you.
DEAR READERS: If you, or
anyone you know, is getting mar-
ried. I recommend an excellent
book that has all the answers. Don't
dare get married without it. The
book is Dear Abby’s “Planning
Your Wedding." The publisher is
Andrews and McMeel. It’s a steal at I
$8.95/512.95 in Canada.
ANN LANDERS •
c1989, Los Angeles Times Syndicate and
Toy Cathy Oolaewite
HWI FOR DIN-
NER. HOW BAD
COULD IT BE ?J
OH, NO. DIN-
L0N6 FOR A
WEST Him FOR DRINKS. )
ORINKS CIWIE BEFORE
0INNER. TOO AWKWARD.
LUNCH IS TOO 8RI6HT. NO.
NO DIRECT SUNU0UT.
TIL ORtVE PAST YOU AT THE
INTERSECTION Of HARPER ANO
AtAlN AT fc:l5Pm. PUT A RED
CARNATION ON YOUR ANTENNA f
f IT HAPPENS TO BE
FOUR FULL BLOCKS
OUT OF NY WAY.
Individual or Group
DON HICKS INSURANCE
1720 S. Broadway 885-1513
: Get Ready For Spring
Unique Gifts For
Ffe or her nbaJe in 14k gold may be
worn anartiy on the colar or lapeL Abo
can be worn on the pocket or tie or on a
chain at a pendant The perfect personal
remembrance lor each peraon fa the
Downtown Salpkar Spring* 0p*r 9 ,# 5
>lid state M<
_ - auto
mt low-light performer
(with optional cord)
v £ .. | 3 ^ j
H. . a a a..........*T*1 ...
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 58, Ed. 1 Thursday, March 9, 1989, newspaper, March 9, 1989; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth816226/m1/3/: accessed October 19, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.