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Page Six THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, January 9, 1970 Malakoff, Texas Dorothy Arthus'Father Succumbs Funeral Services Held Wed. Mrs. Dorothy Arthus of Ma- lakoff lost her father, Nathan Cot of Athens, in death at 2:15 a,m. Tuesday. Mr. Cox, aged 56, passed away in an Athens hospital following an illness of four months. tte was born in Navarro Mrs. Williams' Mother DiesSat. Funeral services 'were con- ducted at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Baptist Church of Kemp, for Mrs. Minnie West, 88, mother of Mrs. Bertie Wil- liams of Malakoff. The Ray. B. C. Housewright and Ray. J. R. Pruett officiat- ed and burial was in the Kemp City Cemetery with the Car- roll and Lehr Funeral Home of Athens in charge of arrage- manta. Mrs. West passed away at 11:15 p.m. Saturday in the Cedar Lake Nursing Home fol- lowing a lengthy illness, she was born October 17, 1881 at Liberty Hill in Williamson County and had been a resi- dent of this city for the past six months. She moved here from Kemp where she had lived most of her life and she was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors other than Mrs. Williams include one son, Jim- my West of Kemp; one sister, Mrs. Nellie Stanford of Corpus Christi and 14 grandchildren, 34 great-grandchildren and five great-great grandchildren. County and had lived most of his life in Athens. He was a member of the Baptist Church and was employed as custod- ian of the First Baptist Church. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Ath- ens with the Reverends Curtis Mathis and Lee Ramsour of- ficiaing and burial was in the Oaklawn Memorial Park un- der the direction of the Has- sell and Foster Funeral Home. Mr. Cox is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bonnie COx of Ath- ens; two other daughters, Mrs. Lottie Minton of Athens and Mrs. Virgie Lee Orr of Ker- ens six sisters, Mrs. Betty Jernigan and Mrs. Clarise Wheeler, both of Athens, and Mrs. Arizona Bradford, Mrs. May Jones, and Mrs. Barbara Kelly, all of Dallas, and Mrs. Pearl Kelly of Malakoff and six grandchildren. Pallbearers were Bob Hayes, Bill Hawthorne, Sam Powell, J. B. Swink, D. D. Williams and Don Wylie. a'h, BiGle The fruit of the Spirit is... 5:22). When we give ourselves to being more loving, more thoughtful, more aware of the needs of others, we find more meaning in life. We then ex- perience inner peace and satis- faction. Gentleness, under- standing and patience are the signs of emotional maturity, and the way of supreme spirit- ual strength. ROB'S KOUNTRY KITCHEN 2 MILES WEST ON HIWAY 31 Pit Cooked Hickory Smoked Barbecue BARBECUE & FRESH MEAT OUR PRICES ARE CHEAPER Bacon Ends Pound 29{: ooeoote, oooo $OOQ QOQOOQOg QOOOOO@eOQOOOQ Dry Salt Bacon Pound @ OOtOOOQtOOOOtO 000000 Ototooootoot@eotoetOt Loin Steak Pound aO O04bIOSOOOOOOOOOOO0 O00t O000000@Ot DOOIOOOt Rib Stew Meat Po., O00t tOO0 tOOt O00000@O0000000tO00100tlllta Chuck Road Pound 59 Club Steak Po., 79 c oe O0 o 00 OO OOO O OO0 o O O qL4JO'O000000,O000@q Round Steak Pound 99{::  @0 @@ toter tttOttO OOOOt JOOOOOOOOtOOOOO BEEF CUT, WRAPPED & FROZEN FOR FREEZERS -- ALL BEEF GOOD TO CHOICE, HIND QUARTER ---lb. 69c HALF or Whole Beef lb. 59c OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK CLOSED ON MONDAY Texas Clay Reports Six Per Cent Sales Increase MALAKOFF -- Texas ClayIn- dustries, Inc., Malakoff, build- Inn products firm, announced today the results of the fiscal 9ear ended September 0, 69. Sales of $2,378,161 'for 1969 represent an increaseof six per cent over fiscal 1968. Net income reached $203,631 which includes an extraordinary credit of $19,200 -- a 27 per cent gain over 1968 income. Texas Clay began operations in Malakoff in 1946 as a pri- vately owned corporation and in June, 1969, the firm became public when 240,000 shares of its common stock was sold. Its prime product is a brick of exceptional whiteness -- for ex- ample, that used in Dallas' North Park Shopping Center. It also produces a variety of oth- er bricks in numerous colors and sizes as well as building tile. E. H. Gatlin Jr., president, reported that a new Alliedtunnel kiln is under construction and upon completion can produce 30,000 brick in a day. He also said the company has a backlog of "eight million brick. Gatlin also reported that the financial condition of TCI was excellent. Current assets were $1.8 million and amounted to 64 per cent of the total assets. Net working capital was $1.4 mil- lion and the current assets ex- ceeded current liabilities by 4.71 times. He said they were optimistic over the prospects that were in the offing for 1970. YEAR-END HIGHLIGHTS September 30 1969 1968 Saes $2,378,161 $2,235,260 Pre-Tax Income & Credit 310,802 257,654 Net Income* 203,831 160,286 Earnings Per Share** .23 .19 *Includes extraordinary credit of $19,200 **Based on weighted .average number of shares outstanding during each year; 870,700 in 1969 and 824,000 in 1968. William M. Redic U.S. ARMY TRAINING CEN- TER (AD), FORT BLISS, Tex.- Pvt. William M. Redic, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Redlc, 493 Leaguellne, Trinidad, grad- uated recently from eight weeks of basic combat training at the U.S. Army Training Center (Air Defense), Fort Bliss, Texas. He was assigned to B Com- pany, 3 Battalion, 3 Basic Com- bat Training Brigade. During the eight week course he studied the basic techniques of first aid, hand-to-hand combat, bayonet training, drill and cere- monies, and he alsoqualifledwith the M-14 automatic training rifle. Mrs.Edna Evans About Your Health- SisterDies Mon -And Frozen Foods Mrs. S. O. Gordon, age d 82 AUSTIN--Can you get food poisoning from frozen food? If frozen food thaws out, should it be destroyed? Can you refreeze meat that has thawed out? State Health Department officials say these questions persist, although frozen foods have become an integral part of modern-day living. Properly stored, handled and prepared, frozen foods will serve you and your family well. Food poisoning, originating from frozen foods, is a rari- ty. Processors are careful to prepare and freeze their pro- ducts at the peak of fresh- ness, insuring that bacteria are at s minimum. The very act of freezing the food sup- presses the ability of the bacteria to multiply. Not un- til food temperatures rise and conditions become favor- able to growth of the bacteria do they begin multiplying. And what about frozen foods that have thawed out... must they be destroyed ? Not necessarily. After all, they must be thawed before they can be cooked and eaten. If foods have been thawed only for a short time, they may be safely eaten, The important and sister of Mrs. Edna Evans of Malakoff, passed away a 5 a.m. Monday in the Ever- green Nursing Home in Cor- sicans. Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Cor- lay Funeral Home Chapel in Corsicana with the Rev. ROb- ert J. Potts, pastor #of the First Baptist Church, officiat- ing and interment was in Rest- haven Memorial Park in Cor- sicans. Mrs. Gordon was a native of Bald Knob, Arkansas and a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors other than Mrs. Evans include eight daughters, Mrs. Hazel Hawker and Mrs. Robert Kennemore, both of Fort Worth. Mrs. Jack R. Smith, Mrs. C. C. Merrell, and Mrs. J. L, McCollum, all of Corsicana, Mrs. Willie B. Burch of Fort Worth, Mrs. Tyro Gerzema of Calif. and Mrs. D. P. Wilton of Austin; two sons, D. A. Gordon of Fort Worth and Roy A. Gordon of Corsicana; another sister, Mrs. Mattie Peacock of Houston; one brother, J. E. Hanson of Corsicans; 22 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. Nephews were pallbearers. _ I I I Ill I II I  FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KIttENS, TEXAS FEED -- SEED -- FER'IILIZER CUSTOM FERTIBZER SPREADING 3 Nine Tru:ks. 16 Bulglies . NoStaW00. Carl 396-2881 COLLECT For Prices- [ I I ..... FOR SALE ON BARTLETT STREET! Sound Five Room Frame Home, Separate Garage and Shop. Large Lot, Lots of Trees. JOE FITZGERALD REAL ESTATE Phone 675-7272 @ Athens question is how long they have been thawed and how high the temperature has has been. If the temperature went no higher than 45 degrees, the foods may be maintained at this level for several days, but should not be refrozen. Is it ever safe to refreeze meat that has thawed out? Refreezing meat is permis- sible if the meat was fresh at the original freezing and if it was thawed for only a short period. There may, however, be some degrading of flavor and quality with the second freezing. The risk in refreezing cured or smoked meat is greater. These meats may be slightly spoiled even tliough there is no discoloration, off- odor or other signs of spoil- age. Can you detedmine the quality of frozen food simply by looking at it? Loss of quality-resulting from im- proper handling or extended storage-is usually indicated by loss of flavor and color. (This is particularly true of vegetables.) Orange juice, as it deteriorates, tends to sepa- rate and "settle out" rapidly when reconstituted. Cream sauces appear curdled and the liquid begi to separate. To preserve the quality of frozen foods, store them at the lowest possible tempera- ture, and when you transport them from the store to your freezer, do so as quickly as possible. Rising temperatures cause chemical changes which influence the food's flavor and quality. "You're brushing your teeth without being asked. Another giant step forward for Man...!" AI e.}. "A real test of willpower is to have the same ailment some erson is describing--and not nention it." WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OIlS P. O. Box 4010 Phone LY 4.5051 TYLER, TEXAS CAMPBELL'S Expert Watdunaking and Jewelry Repair Phone OR $-3132 ATHENS, TEXAS CENTRAL MONUMENT WORKS Phone 21 SPECIALS Men's Insulated Underwear, 2 piece suit .. 3.96 Men's Medium Sweaters (2 left) reg. 8.50 ........................ now 6.50 Men's Warm Sox, reg 1.00 ............ now .75 Men's Corduroy Slippers, reg. 2.49 .... now 1.98 SMITH DRUG and VARIETY i Chambers Has Mixed Emo Airman First Class Michael Chambers, son of Mr. and Mrs. ARon Chambers of Ma- iakoff, had two separate ex- periences, each completely foreign to the other, on the first leg of his journey to Lak- enhesth Air Force Base in England. The first experience occurr- ed at Love Field in Dallas on Thursday, December 18, as he was about to depart for New York following a visit here with relatives. Michael, in company with his parents; his sisters, Alva Jo and Annette and his aunt and uncle. Jean and Ross Chambers of Eus- race, suddenly noticed a man ambling along beside him in the two lines that were being formed for the flight. The stranger resembled Jimmy Dean, the singer and movie star and with the family's per- mission, ARon came right out and asked, "Are you Jimmy 0 Dean?" and the star said, "Yes I am." Whereupon Alton explained he had two daugh- ters who would like to talk to Dean and secure his auto- graph. The requests were graciously granted and Alva Joe has the pen as a memen- to. second experience oc- curred after Michael landed in New York and was stand- ing on the sidewalk looking up at a movie marquee. Be- fore he knew what was hap- pening, a man walked up be- hind him, stuck something in the airman's back and de- E'ASTEX. Hbaflng -- Air Condiflonhlg Payne Sale & Servim Work Largo or SmalJ 4i-7181 m manded his cash. released Michael, the robbed him of all his travelers checks and the plane ticket to The furlough will no be long remembered by GIFTS FOR ALL Birthdays New Babies Weddings at Phillips Malakoff, TexU When you SHOP MAL ,.,,.OL..,.V,C,,s,u., on. o,.. PI many extra conveniences that you enjoy, along with familiar surroundings! \\; It's so nice to be served by helpful friends and neighbors in local stores . . . to be able to make your selections without that "rushed" feelingl Put your SHOPPING DOLLARS to work for you! ITIZE STATE BANK Since 1939 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Malakoff, Texas 751#8