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January 8, 1981

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If--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 8, 1981 TIGERETTE KAREN JACKSON helped in the come.from-behind effort Monday Lorl Callaway) night for a local victory. (Staff photo by January has been designated as National Volunteer Blood Donon Month by the American Association of Blood Banks and its member banks. Support has been given to this by President Jimmy Carter who has joined with the blood banking community in voicing his concern about insuring an adequate supply of blood for the nation. Andy Williams has joined President Carter in expressing his interest in motivating the donation of blood. Williams was named Honorary Volun- teer Blood Doner Month Chairman, 1981, by the American Association of Blood Banks for his efforts on behalf of blood banking. He became interested in the cause of blood banking after his mother was hospitalized last year and utilized more than 80 units of blood, Williams has donated his time and talent in the making of radio and television public service announcemen- ts, and will speak out about the need for blood donors throughout the year. "Stewart Blood Center of Tyler with drawing locations in Longview, Mar- shall, Lufkin and Nacogdoches is proud to join with the President and Andy Williams," stated Robert A Fry, Executive Director of the Center, "in working to meet the goals of National Volunteer Blood Donor Month to meet the ever-increasing need of our own area as we provide blood and blood components for the hospitals in your area. oner "Anyone in good health is urged to donate blood in January and throughout the year," said Fry, "because the need for blood never lessens, and the su[~ of our donors and friends isL.~ valuable." "~" LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE agent for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas Classified ads reap bountiful benefits.., .... call 489-0531 RO ALL- NS;U RAi C E ;kG ENC HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See... Sue Barnett 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall BIv .... " ' :" " " Quality care is... i 52 Henderson County Junior College Honor Roll and 95 to the Dean's IAst for students were named to the President's the 1980 Fall semester, announced Dr. from page one October 30 Malakoff celebrated a Homecoming victory over Teague. Cross Roads defeated Elkhart J.V. and Palmer beat Trinidad. :i:( November 6 Paul Venckus passed through Malakoff on his way to San Francisco. He and his dog, Karma, left Indiana in August and are walking across the United States. Ronald Reagan ~,as elected President of the United States and Charlie Fields was elected sheriff of Henderson County. A Tiger win over Westwood put the district race in a jumble. Kenneth and Mary Dillard announced the birth of a daughter, Kimberly Joyce. Scurry Rosser beat Cross Roads and Trinidad lost to Cayuga on the gridiorn. Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at Malakoff Plastercraft, new shop owned by Joyce Callaway. November 13 The Tigers fell one point short of the 1980 District Crown losing to Fairfield 10-9. Malakoff News started a "Special Person" campaign. The Callaways held their annual yard sale offering hand-made items. The Trinidad Trojans defeated the Cross Roads Bobcats 34-22 and both teams ended their seasons. ti November 20 Evacuation of several area residents came when a valve leaked poisonous sour gas from a Delhi Gas plpehne near Creslenn Park at Trinidad. The Tigers ended their 1980 season with a victory over Crockett and a second place in district. Bessie Zachmeyer was named special to The Malakoff News. Former sheriff Jess Sweeten passed away, and Chris Mesa and Maria Drennan were named Mr. ,;,~ and Miss Tiger Band. ::i Pee Wee Nix was the winner of a Suburban van given away by the Malakoff :': Volunteer Fire Department which they used as a fund raising project. November 26 Six Tigers were named to 18AAA All District 1st Team and eleven other Tigers :i were picked for 2nd team and Honorable Mention. ',:' Louis Scholl was named Special Person to the Malakoff News, a quarterfinal ii! playoff game was played in Malakoff between Colmesneil and Valley View. ::: December 4 ,,% The Smackover Shell plant loaded its first railroad tank car of sulphur Mr. and Mrs. Jim Day announced the birth of a son, Jonathan Michael. Myron Green of Cross Roads and Brad Elsom and Glenn Boyd of Trinidad were named to the second team offensive units of the llA East Zone All District Team. Nanny Drake was named special to the Malakoff News. i:i:il December 11 :, Dan Closser spoke to the American History~students at MHS about Pearl Har- ::; bor, and Wayne Callaway was appointed new fire marshall. ,,'. Benny Rogers was named Special Person to the News. i >, Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held at Donnie Hustead Leather Shop and the Cedar (.reek Bank held its grand opening. ::: December 18 7.; Burglars damaged the Trinidad School for $I00 cash. An explosion at the Marsco Energy Corp. plant near Trinidad occurred when a weld broke. Malakoff I. S. D. trustees heard the plea of several parents and teachers requesting full day, full year kindergarten. Trinidad Brownie Troop 741 won the ,, grand prize in the annual Rotary Christmas Parade in Malakoff in which several bands and other floats were entered. t;-', Missie Annie Pope Gilrea th was named Special to the Malakoff News. ans ili . . " .oca ,'. Malakoff Independent School District Five broad areas will be reviewed by ., has been notified of a monitoring visit the team, including 1) Governance, 2) :*: from staff members of the Texasaccreditation planning process, 3)in- :.~: ~t~leation "Agency during the week of struetion 4)personnel, and 5)buildings, March 9-13. This visit is in fulfillment of facilities, health, and safety. ::: The visiting team will be offering "~" suggestions for strengthening the ~::~ curriculum, the instructional process, .... ,~ and education services when they visit the Malakoff Schools. Other purposes of """ the visit are to assess the strengths and .~. weakness of the total instructional "~ " n '" an intent of the Texas Educaho Agen- Questions which will guide an inquiry '** cy to visit each public school district into each area are listed in an Ac- .', every five years as a part of the ac- creditation,Monitoring Guide. This ~ creditatlon process, guide is ~aqde available to assist school districts to prepare for the on-site visit. ' process of the schpol district, to assess i !i] the extent to which various components .of instructional programs are related i:: ,so that student learning needs are met, ~', 'and to determine the extent to which ": public school districts meet or exceed ::i accreditation standards. These pur- '~' :poses are outlined in the Texas Education Agency Accreditation i::L::i . M0nitOringGuidefr 1980411, Br c s Cracked? Sills Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Derl Cannon Rt. 1, Athens 675-7096 Bill Campion, HCJC president, and Algia Allen, vice president for in- struction. Students are eligible for the Dean's IAst who take at least 12 semester hours, who make no failing grades, and who secure at least 3.5 grade poinLs per TP&L changes business hours HOward Watson, Texas Power and Light Company Manager in Athens said today that on January 5, the Athens Texas Power & Light,office will begin opening for general business at 9 a.m. as opposed to the current 8 a.m. opening. Howard Watson said that office em- ployees will continue to report to work at 8 a.m. and use that one-hour period for necessary administrative work. "The new opening time will benefit our customers who come into the office, Watson said, "because our employees will have had that hour to remove many administrative tasks from their schedules." The office will maintain a 5 p.m. closing time, and customers who have an emergency can call before 9 a.m. [ BF'rigidaire Frigidaire 30" Range Frigidaire offers this model with an oven that cleans itself while it cooks. Continuous- cleaning interior starts making oven presentably clean during normal baking and roasting. Frigidaire tips its top for easy cleaning. The entire cooktop lifts up and anchors out of the way for easy cleaning of the porcelain enamel subtop below. To help keep spills in their place the Spill-Saver top has raised edges around all four sides, even around the surface unit openings. There's more to elegant black glass styling than meets the eye. The black glass not only looks great, it lets you see what's cooking. And thanks to a see-through window, you can check cooking progress with- out even opening the door. O0 HWY. 31 MALAKOFF MON..SAT. 8 TO 5 le habla espanol semester hour out of a possible 4.0 on all academic and-or technical-vocational courses taken. Students on the President's Honor Roll must meet the same standard but must achieve a perfect 4.0 average. Students listed with a 4.0 after their names were named to both the President'sHonor Roll and the Dean's I ,ist. Students from Malakoff include Mark Davidson, Pare Drennan, Louann Ferguson, Raphael Frenques 4.0, Jay Johnson, Carl Malcom, Carl Purselley, Sharon Robertson, and Suzanne Shumate. Students from Trinidad include Sheri Elsome, Mary Parks, Dee Shipman, Techincal-Vocational: Edith Mize 4.0, and Wanda Soward. Often people who enter our nursing home for long-term care become healthy enough to leave. With happy memories. To continue to lead very happy lives. It s the way we designed our program. Our nursing home Cares for the "whole person." We / provide emotional uplift through specially designed social programs. We give medical care and physical therapy. And we create a warm, stimulating environment to bring out the best in every individual. The modern nursing home is dedicated to caring for the elderly and the convalescent of all ages.We believe the best way to do this is to help our residents to care for themselves. And to care about life. 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