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January 15, 1971

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OUN OTH i THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 15, 1971 Page Three Former Tiger football star Mark Fer- reil is pictured above (left) with NMSU assistant football coach Ed Boykin. The star, who has been a HCJC linebacker for the past two years has signed a scholarship agree- ment to attend New Mexico State University next semester. Ferrell is married to the former Miss Rose- mary Dukes, a part time sportswriter for the Athens Review. PRODUCTIVITY FOR PROGRESS The American worker's productivity is still the highest in the world, according to Secretary of Labor James D. Hodgson, but he points out an alarming trend. From 1965 to just a few months ago, our national productivity growth index dropped, well below that of competing nations. During the same period Japan's productivity increased at a 13 per cent rate; the Netherlands' well over 10 per cent: France's, Germany's and Sweden's all in the neighborhood of 6 to 7 per cent. Secretary Hodgson ,arns, "It won't take hmg for the rest of the ,rld to catch up, and e'll find our- selves increasingly unable to compete for our share of the orld's markets." . Recently the President established a National ommission on Productivity to find ways to stimu- ate productivity growth. " t' Labor and management must both understand nat, vhile productivity gains are vital, they need mJt and indeed shouhl not be obtained at the cost of human hardshil)" t" llowever, the American worker must recognize ne only way he can increase his real wages is through increased produciivity. We really do not haw. a choice between quantity and quality. We must have both or we'll have neither. and TOU 6IT A WINNING COMBINATION FRIDAY-SATURDAY JAN. 15-16 NrrELY AT 7:30 P.M. GiXi00T mWwnlm ,ICj co JAN. t7-20 "MOVIES ARE FUN" FRI-SAT-SUN JAN. 15-17 xmss Plus Second Feature "DRACULA PRINCE OF DARKNESS" BOTH COLOR . BOTH (GP) WINTER POLICY OPEN ONLY FRI-SAT-SUN NE IVS CLASSIFIED 489- 0531 Lost or Found Found John Boat flat bottom loose on Cedar Creek Lake. Owner call Dallas, 214-247-2908 Fridays 5 to 8 p.m. and Sundays 7 to 8:30 a.m., Monday 8 to 10 a.m. Notice Ceramic Tile Work- Baths, showers, all types of floors -- installed or repaired; joints re- filled. Call 675-7842 -- Athens. For Sale For Sale: Fireplace wood, Phone 489--0282, $20. and $25. Delivery. Donald Parkim, Jr. 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. Extra clean, automatic transmission; A-C; power brakes, steering. Will take older car in trade. 489-1515. For Sale -- Divan makes bed $65.00; white crtmhed velvet chair $35.00. Both new uphols- tery. Alice Windham 489-0565 or 406 Hwy. 31, next to Litch- fields Grocery. SHOP OUR STORE All Brands Sterling Silver . . . Lenox and Royal Do,Iron China Fine Crystal . . Fostoris . . Tiffin . . Imperial Lotus Pottery . . Franciscan.. Metlox Taylor, Smith and Taylor All Brands of Stainless Ste Stirman Jewelry Store W. Side ,l. Pho. OR $-418t Athens, Texas FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KEREN$, TEXAS FEED -- SEED -- FER'IILIZER . T A N N E R cus'ro. 3New Tnls 16 BuDies aO Sb=kiq MOTOR CO. Ca,,396-2881 C0L[ECTForPnm- Important January Mail About Your Cars AUSTIN -- If you own one or more of the more than seven million motor vehicles in Texas there is some important mail coming your way in early Jan. It is your registration renew- al application. This is the second year of op- eration for the new, easy com- puterized reg'htration proced- ure devised by the Texas High- way Departmem. Last year, the system greatly reduced bothersome waits and long lines which plagued vehi- cle owners at county tax offices and substatiom in years past. Prospects are that the sys- tem will work even better this year. Aim, it is not necessary to present last year's registration receipt of the certificate of ti- tle. The renewal application you will receive in the mail is all you will need. Registration begins Febnmry 1 and coinue through April 1. The rermwal application will arrive in the mail in a slender envelope marked, "Important This is Your Liomse Plate Re- newal Application." The application is a three- part form with instructio printed on it. One important Firm Honored for Aid to Colleges The Alpha Kapl)a Psi Foundation award for out- standing service to colleges and universities was pre- sented to the Western Elec- tric Company at the 75th Congress of American In- dustry. The award citation noted the company's service to the thing to remember is The Card Should Not Be Torn Apart.' After the registration period begins February 1, each vehicle owner can take the renewal ap- plication and the fee to his county tax ofice, or he can or- der his plates by mail. If the owner wishes to regis- ter his vehicle by mail, he should send the entire three- part renewal application, the fee and an additional $1 to the local county tax office as early as January with the under- standing that his license plates may not be mailed until Feb. 1. The additional $1 charge cov- ers cost of handling and post- age. If owners are to receive their plates by mail before the April 1 4eadline, there they must send the renewal form, fee and $1 for each vehicle to be regis- tered to the local county tax of. rice by March 1. This allows 30 days for delivery of the plates before the April 1 reg- istration deadline. If the owner decides to go to the county tax office or sub- station, he will find shorter waiting lines. All he needs to take with him is the renewal application and the fee. He will then receive his new plates and part of the form as his receipt. Another part of the form retained by the county and the third is sent to the Motor Ve, hide Division of tlm Texas Highway Department in Austin. However" the owner may eide to register his vehicle, by mail or in person, use of renewal form will he more con- venient and timesaving, The current registration tern is the product of much work and planran. ,tne ;y. tern began to take ahape in 1967 with the installation of the first computer equipment by the Motor Vehicle Division of the Highway Departmev Effective January 15th $2.00 REGULAR HAIRCUTS Ro's Barber Shop Malakoff nation's colleges and univer- sities, andpointedoutthat Colutn Barber Shop, Trinidad its example should encourage others to develop greater co- operation and understanding kOff betweenhighereducationand Malakoff Barber Shop, Mala business. m ill  Illllillllllll  ill 00Aii Offers Full Line 8anh int Designed For Your Individual Needs From The Smallest Account To The Laqlest Were Here To Seroe You. 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