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Duncanvillite (Newspaper) - October 19, 1989, Duncanville, Texas Little Superb Kate U.S. Permit No. 145 duncanvillite Only Newspaper in the World Produced and Printed in Tx. 75116 October 19, 1989 Jay Johnson tries to outrun Kimball defender Micah near the end of a 47-yard gain on a pass play from quarterback Brian Rawlings to Johnson in last Friday's 16-13 victory by the Panthers over Kimball at Sprague By Tom fourth quarter rally lifts Panthers over 16? 13 most of the game by penalties and a tough Kimball the Duncanville Panther offense produced when the chips were down last scoring late to help the Panthers to a 16-13 District 11-5A 13-9 with just a little over four minutes to play in the the Panthers received the ball one last time at their own 25-yard Brian Rawlings completed a key 27Tyard pass to running back Alvin Leavell and a 13-yarder to running back Andre Luster as part of a drive that took Duncanville down to the Kimball nine yard Six rushing plays later by Luster the ball to the 1, where Leavell plunged over for the winning Steve Gibralter added the extra point for the 16-13 but it was academic at that point as the Pothers had managed to use up all of the game clock on the 75-yard was really a explained head coach Doug had been struggling a little bit and it was good to see that we could do it in the the Duncanville and Kimball offenses had been experiencing trouble up until that with tlie being victimized by three interceptions and two while the Knights lost four fumbles and suffered one Penalties also played a factor in slowing down the with Duncanville receiving six penalties totaling 50 yards and Kimball being flagged nine times for 80 on shaky fooling for Duncanville as the Knights took quick 7-0 lead with a little over a minute in the first Kimball Trent Coit picked off a Rawlings aerial and sprinted 27 yards untouched for the exchanging punts and the Duncanville offense got untracked long enough in the second quai for Rawlings to hit wideout Jay on a 47-yard strike to set up yard TD dash up the middle on t ie next play by The PAT and the Panthers were looking at t le short end of a 7-6 two teams then combined to exchange the ball three times on seeks 10th Champions High School Band will try to make it 10 in a as they journey to the Cotton Bowl at the State Fair Saturday for the Parade of Champions Marching Band DHS marching band is under the direction of Tom Brian and to dedicate amphitheater in honor of slain with the final leading 10 a 38-yard field goal by Sieve Gibralter just before the half to give Duncanville a 9-7 lead at the third Kimball the when Brandon Harrison fielded a Panther punt and dashed 44 yards unscathed into the end The point after try but Kimball was suddenly looking at a 13-9 The two teams then struggled back and forth for field position before the Panthers put together their winning drive at the end of the the closeness of the Duncanville's defense really dominated the limiting the Knights to just six first downs and 137 yards Kimball was forced to punt eight limes and turned the ball over five scoring both their touchdowns on interception and punt defense played an good McCutchen a defensive we couldn't have played any linebacker Charles Page 5 a recommendation from the Parks and Recreation Advisory the City Council Monday night agreed to dedicate the city's new amphitheater in memory of two Duncanville police killed in the line of duly in 1979. an exact date has not been set for the it is expected to be scheduled sometime in the first week of December when the 10th anniversary of the deaths of the two officers will be Michael Poe and Roger Hobden were killed 1979, when their squad car was struck at a high rate of speed by a burglary vehicle they were pursuing Poe and Hobden are the only Duncanville officers ever killed in the line of matter of naming the which is located adjacent to near City in honor of the two officers had met with some opposition from the council but drew heavy support from police officers and area other the council referred to the Park Board to further study a recommendation and time limits be instituted in use of the city's in favor or against ihc park near the City Hall for off Page 2 the adoption of the 1989-90 budget Oct 1, the Saturday Duncanville Landfill operation was reduced to 12 Saturdays per Nov. 4, the landfill will be open on the first Saturday of each month from 7 a.m. to 3 weather inclement weather prompts closing the landfill on the Saturday of any the landfill will NOT be open for Saturday operation until the first Saturday of the following All vehicles entering the landfill must be The state requires all vehicles hauling garbage or trash and travelling upon the roadway system SHALL be enclosed in a container or covered with a net or other means to properly secure the load to prevent the escape of any part of the load by blowing or the First Assembly of God church soon have a new The congregation moved to DeSoto after 46 years in the heart of by Dave First Assembly moves to DeSoto after 46 case it has gone by unnoticed to some the historic Assembly of God church at Main and Center has recently moved to or at least the congregation to Donna secretary at the First Assembly has sold their old building to an who will in turn sell or rent it to another 46-year-old downtown First Assembly has relocated to 1400 N. Hampton where they bought the old El Bethel The move gives First Assembly twice as much First Assembly's old building is very conspicuously located in the heart of it is by no means the oldest in the According to long-time resident Fred the Methodist and Christian churches are both at least 100 years Harrington said he used to live right next door to the First Assembly and remembers going to bed as a child arid hearing the preaching and singing in the church during revivals and special services through his dpen He said the present building in downtown Duncanville was built sometime in the Michael Rowden is director of Silver Flags and Beth Clark is director of the High do part for local antidrug a bid for its 10th straight Sweepstakes the DHS Silver Flags and High Hats perform in the preliminaries at 5t30 p.m. The competition draws marching bands not only from but also from the the DHS band is on by a large contingency from Band lovers from distant towns who have heard of the DHS watch with great Parade of Champions finals will be held Saturday week later Oct. 28) the band will travel to Piano to represent District XX in the Regional Contest with the hope of to the state finals in Austin next in baby scalding released on lowered Justin who was severely scalded with hot water last week in was still in critical condition as of according to Duncanville boy has been in tlie ICU Bum Center at Parkland Hospital with third degree bums over about one-third of his body since Tuesday night of last according to a report previously issued by the public relations a bond was posted for Jeff 22, who was arrested at the hospital On charges of injury to a he was sent back to the county and arraigned which time the bond was lowered to the boyfriend of the victim's is out on according to a police department police report indicated that the incident was claimed to be an but that evidence indicated it was Bruises were found on the child's and the report ladies at the Senior Citizens Center Friday put together some red ribbons as their part in fighting the dmg Ribbon Week and Drug Free America by mayoral proclamation in Duncanville coincides with National Drug Free America Week Ocu 22-29. grass roots community awareness program will focus on a dmg free and senior citizens and other civic groups in Duncanville will be demonstrating their commitment to dmg healthy lifestyles by wearing red ribbons during the in the community service to fight the week-long war are Laura Ruby will be available community to at the library and city courtesy of the Duncanville senior Earlene Mildred Minshew Musgrave by Dave
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