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Page Two THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, Jan. 22, 1971 Malakoff, Texas ztion Riding Club Members All members ot the Cedar Creek Riding Club that are rid- tug in the Ft. Worth Fatstock show must have their horses by the rlnarlan. the Cedar Creek Riding Club Arena Friday, Jan. 22 at 7 p.m. The fee will be .00 per home. lees make a good owing, New Club Officers for 1971 are: Pres. Tun Allen, V. Pres., Olen Dukes, 2rid V. Pres., Glenn Harkey: Secy. Beth Kelly; Treasuary, Wanda Allen: Re, porter, Bobbie Green; Club Sweetheart, Lama Galep; Al- ternate Sweetheart -- Meg Gree I NAIl HAS A GOOD RECORD President Nixon recently asked the National Al- liance of Businessmen to accept a three-year exten- sion of its charter,  hich is scheduled to expire this Ju Ill['. Since it was eslahlished, a little more than two ;nd eric-half years ago, the NAB has been widely ae- laitm d for its record in creating jobs for the sO, ailed unemldoyahles. Newly hired workers under the program have tolailed around 536,0(O). Nearly 24,000 companies across the nation itave participated in the program, and 8,000 to I peolde from business and industry have been loaned to NAB. Ow.r a quarter of a million men and women are now on jobs made possible through the NAB, ac- cording to its chairnmn, Lynn Townsend, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chrysler Corp. In the ,,'ds of Mr. Townsend: "NAB hasn't worked any nfiraeles. But it is doing a thorough, professional jolt of helping to solve a critical social problenL It tins lielped to find work for thousands of men and women who have never before held meaningful jobs." Admittedly, under today's economic conditions, the task is becoming more difficult. These same conditions make success of the progranl more imperative. WISH I'D SA HCJC to Offer Two Classes On Saturday THAT  ,I The Way Out Classes to be offered on Sat- college from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 the evening college of'fi, at urday at Henderson County p.m. Monday through Friday or 675-6210 or the registrars of- k J.ior College for the spring a the first class meeting Sat- rice at 67541217. An optimist is a fellow semester are Introduction to urday, January 23. eats windfall apples in Strong opposition to jaw-boning tactics is the firm foundation of the jaw-boning policy now being pursued by President Richard Nixon. Q While violently disclaiming his opposition to such tactics our President continues to indulge therein. With unemployment at the 6% level -- highest since surveys started in 1958 -- the President's answer is "1971 will be a good year and 1972 will be a very good year." With prices increasing at a prohibitive pace, President Nixon thinks the high cost of living will go away if told to do so often enough. The President's answer to an increase in oil and gas prices was a threat of more production from off- shore wells regulated by the Federal Government and perhaps an increase in imports. Nothing came of the threats, however. Steel companies have now announc- ed price increases and the President threatens more steel imports from Japan and other countries. Such threats are merely jaw-boning tactics and nothing ma. terializes. Lets hope our President is not naive enough to believe that mere words will perform a cure, or fool the consuming public when bill paying time comes. In fact, tt Is our opinion that President Nixon is be- coming long on words and short on action. In his re- cent interview over all net works the President talked much but said little. An All-American football half- back could hardly evade tacklers with the skill of the President in evading question by talking generalities. Data Processing and Biology 124. Classes will be conducted from 8:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and will include lab and lecture. Persons interested in pre. registration may register at The class for Data Processing will meet in the Technical Building. The class for Biology will meet in the Science Build- Lg. Persons wishing additional information should either call INCOME TAX SERVICE Lucile Smilh Dunlap Ins. Building Malakoff Home Phone 489-0132 i CHEER Shelton All polls show that the popularity of President EGGS Grade "A" Large 49 Cmpbe" Nixon ls at a low ebb. Mr. President, there is but one SOUP way out -- action not words.* dz. FOR YOUR HEALTH AND POCKETBOOK The problem of providing heahh care has been compounded by the hasty enactment and apparently uncontrollable expansion of Medicare and Medic- aid. These programs are beset by administrative and management problems resulting from legislation which was inadequately planned and analyzed. Before additional legislation should even be con- sidered, these existing programs should be studied to see how they can be made more effective and their costs brought under control. The federal government should encourage alter- native heahh-care financing plans and tire removal of legal and other barriers to improved health care systems, rather than move toward a compulsory national system.  + Maximum encouragement should be given to the private health and insurance industries to develop incentive-oriented methods of heahh maintenance and care. dark.--Ed Kummer, T Our "The only thing that makes a man succumb to temptation is the oppor- tunity." M, ALAKOFF CiTY TAXES DUE BEFO FEBRUY 1, . Notice is given that taxes due The City of Halakoff must be paid before February Ist 1971 to avoid costs for delinquency Consumers Want to Know By MARGARET SPADER Director of Consumer Affairs National Association of Manufacturers What is the difference be- tween a guarantee and a war- rantlt ? They are the same thing, a promise in writing usually stating that the product is free from defects in materials or in workmanship. They pro- tect the consumer against having to pay for repairs or replacement if the product proves to be defective within a specified length of time. What does a guarantee look like ? If there is no visible guar- antee on a product, ask for one. If advertising mentions a 'guarantee', a copy of it must be available in writing. Some guarantees appear on a label affixed to the product. Appliance guarantees are often printed as part of the use-and-care book. Major ap- pliances may have a separate guarantee certificate. Be sure you receive a copy when you buy a product. How can yoa tell if a !luar- antee is a good orze? If the guarantee answers these questions to your saris- NO EXTENSION OF TIME WILL BE GIVEN F01ger's Instant Wlls0ns COFFEE Mandarih ORANGES PEACHES 6 OZ. 11 oz. can J. E. BI]Lil, CITY SECRETARY Chunky beef and chicken 19 oz. cans Eaton (Colo.) Herald. ae t wawas a The trouble with the futt__. is that it is too much !:,laerv .e Christmas; It usually arri real before we re ready for iL- ... " JamesC Patter  we a 2 1/2 can 49 59 PORK RIBS Crisprite BACON 2 pound ,0039 BACON BULK Slab sliced lb. center cut 89 PORK CHOPS Donald Duck Orange Juice JUICE 12 oz. cans E1 Chico Mexican DINNERS El Chico RUSSET POTATOES I0 # bag 49 faction, the c!::znces are that TAMA!I00S CABBAGE 5 it is a good one : Is the entire fl product or only certain parts 15 oz. pkg. Texas Green covered? Is repair labor in- cluded ? Precisely who is re- Sl)onsible for warranty re- . ................. lb. l)airs? Who pays shipping charges? What is the war- ranty period on the entire KRINKLE c product, and does it differ for particular components? Will a substitute be provided dur- ing in-warranty repairs, and if so, by whom? How can the expiration date of a !luarantee be determined ? The dated sales slip and/ or guarantee which bears a (late can determine the expi- ration date. (The sales slip also gives proof of purchase if the guarantee is lost.) Some guarantors can esti- mate the exldration date of the guarantee according to when the model was manu- factured. Some guarantees have either the date of pur- chase or the expiration date written on them. POTATOES 2#bag 3 $1 Yellow ONIONS ............ Lb. 5 3/$1 DETERGENT 39 69 CHILl 24 OZ. can Jalapeno 29 PEPPERS ga.00 Sweetheart and Liquid Lime $1.19