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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Jan. 22, 1981 HOBOS were on hand at Cedar Lake Nursing llome Thursday. To find out what they were doing tltere, read this week's report from Cedar Lake Nursing ltome. i Courtesy photo) Cedar Lake Nursing Home . %,, . S; Parents who have not already available at the gymnasium on registered their children in the 1981 Saturday. Little Dribblers program will have one If you are unable to attend the last opportunity to do so Saturday, enrolhnent meeting the completed January 24 from 9:00-12:00 in a special form and the $10 fee can be mailed to: sign-up session at the high school Dee Hoyt, Route 2 Arrowhead, Mabank, gymnasium, according to League Texas 75147. If you have any question President Dee Hoyt. call Hoyt at (214) 451-2929. Enrollment forms, which were After team rosters are drawn up distributed at the Elementary School coaches will be notifying their players. last week and may be found in last Practices will begin in late February week's issue of the News, will be with leagueplayfollowinginMarch. Trinidad sehool menu JANUARY 26-30 Monday: Hot dogs, potato tots, pork and beans, fruit, milk. Tuesday : Fish, pinto beans, french fries, cornbread, fruit salad, milk. Wednesday: Spaghetti with meat, pea salad, hot rolls, jello, milk labWc~y .'Vegetable soup, sandwiches, cookies, sliced cheese, milk. Friday: Hamburgers, salad, french fries, baked beans, fruit jcllo, milk lgers ta e The Malakoff Tigers raced to their third straight win here Friday night with a 63-52 spanking of T. K. Gorman. With the victory the Tigers up their season record to 10-8, while the Crusaders fall to 9-9 with the loss. The Crusaders led only once during the contest, 17-16 just before the first 'Crusader Douglas Carney led all scorers with 14 tallies on seven shots from the floor. Coach Willie Wilson's cagers open 18AAA warfare here on Tuesday, January 27 against the Crockett Bulldogs. Preceeding the varsity clash will be ninth grade and jayvee contests. i n I Suggested .Retail Price $7750 Sale Price + Tax, Title, Reg, GMAC Financing Available 13.51 Annual % Rate Based on 48 Mo. ContrOct Hwy. Est. MPG 27-EPA Est. 20 MPG Suggested Retail Price $10,374ss Sale Price O0 + Tax, Title, Reg ,Athens, Texas 675-5115 'q Keep That Great GM Feeling .................. j With Genuine GM Parts A78-13 Whitewall FET: $1.55 Free Mounting SIZE PRICE SIZE A78x13 23.00 G76x14 B78x13 25.00 H78x14 C78x14 28.00 G78x15 E78t14 30.00 H76xf5 F78x14 32.00 L78x15 FET: $1.55--2.72 THE STEEL BELTED RADIAL :" THA T'S RIGHT FOR ANY SEASON P165R13 Whitewall F.E.T. 1.89 SIZE PRICE SIZE PRICE P165x13 34.00P205x15 56.00 P185x14 50.00P215x15 59.00 P195x14 52.00P225x15 62.00 P205x14 55.00P235x15 64.00 Whitewall nme eel Inspect tires Set caster and Set toe-in camber Your choice 4.wheel drum or disc/drum Chevettes, Front wheel Most cars drives, I-beams extra Most d Install new shoes and pads REBUILD and pick WHEEL CYLINDERS Turn drums and true rotors Bleed and refill system with fluid. Prices Good 405 E. Tyler 675-5712 Manager: Ted Lewis Service Sales: D.B. Pirtle Thru Jan. 24, 1981 311 E. Tyler a C10 Sitverado Fleetside Diesel Pickup Chevrolet V2 Ton Diesel Pickups- Tinted Glass, Diesel Equip., Air Cond., H.D. Rear Springs, H.D. Power Brakes, 5.7 Liter, 350 Diesel Eng., Automatic Trans., Aux. Fuel Tanks, Full Wheel Cov- ers, AM Radio, S/B Radial W/S Tires, Scottsdale Equip., Custom Moldings C10 Scotlsdate ~: teets4de Pickup University have successfully raised and harvested more than 800 pounds of shrimp 100 miles t~rom the nearest salt- water. The project shows promise for the creation of a shrimp-raising in- dustry for Texas and other southern states. The shrimp were raised in soft- bottomed freshwater tanks where they were grown during the warmer months of the year, Like shrimp in the Gulf of Mexico, they were born in saltwater. The freshwater shrimp research, conducted by the Texas Agricultural Long W/B, Fleetside, Ton, Power Brakes, 305 4-BBL., V-8 Eng., ESC, 4-Speed Overdrive Transmission, Power Steering, Steel Belted Radial Tires, Gauge ,, Scottsdale Equip. Hwy. Est. MPG 28- EPA Est. 20 MPG i l II v'~.j;:u'"" Insurance Agency il !I * I'ife~" _*_A_m_ ~Busine'" II 226 N. 'i'err)St. " JERRY A. (;ARRIS()N 489-0512 going project that may be a forerunner To make your donation and receive of large-scale commercial shrimp far- your fire smoke alarm contact any ming. fireman. quarter ended, and managed to tie the Action gets underway at 5:OO p.m. Last Thursday, CI,NH was invadedpleted the refreshments. Since Bro. score three times, also in the initial ~?,=,~'t,~.'l'i~'~,~'~=~ by a herd?, pack? -- bunch of hobos! As Baler was unable to be with us, we did period. you canseefrom the accompanying not have a devotional, instead we had a After leadinglS.17attheconclusion, t BANKSTON'S photograph, they were sure a raggedy testimony service and everyone agreed of the period and 39-26 at the half the looking lot! that they were thankful to have friends Where did they come from, and wh~ and a good home to live in. Our birthday Tigers assured the victory in the second half with their inside game. GENERAL anddidtheypicknCl'NH?uguessedit' people for January were Edna Mar- RiehardBlair, who provided the bulk ELECTRIC , t It was those crazy ladies from Trinidad chant, Rosie Houston and America of theinside scoring, ledthe Tigers with Tk ,,,k Jan. 29th they were bringing our January Jackson. ,,,r0ur,,, birthday party. You never know what to 13 points. Jerry Graves and Russell expect from these ladies and this party Hey, everybody! It is Rock and Roll Tarver hitfor 11 and 10respectively. ~. , Refrigerators , Freeze s !i was no exception. After presenting a Jamboree time again. We haven't set a ' . Washers . Dryers skit, in which they all decitted to spend firmdate for our Jamboree but due to Local firemen * 1V'. * Rad,os * Ceiling Fan l Get it at: the winter at Cedar Lake, they made conflicting schedules, it will probably for the audience looking for girl frien-be sometime during the first week indS!amid Needless to say they found themgales of laughter. Of course when of March"We are asking the young people.:ourchurches to be our collectors and provldearea-- alarmsllSP" t , h,, R i, ,0r, e ' .... ..t..,,.. ,,, ..,I .,.,. f"Me !lUHwy. 31 mber, i Miss lda was asked if she would b one of course our residents have agreed to for Lome - e. ,,.i...,,.,..,,,,,,,,." of their girl friends, she came back with do the rocking and rolling on the 214 N. Terry Malak a firm No! Refreshments were served designated date. We have 60 residents Open Sat. ti112 in little hobo sacks and consisted of and are hoping to reach our goal of at Trinidad Volunteer Firemen areP" 489-1506 cookies. Punch and orange juice corn- least$600, giving away a smoke alarm with each il Malakoff zF M0n.-Friday 489-05 ] $20 donation to the department. ~ . Scientists harvest first successful crop The donation will provide residents with a tax deduction and an alarm to Fisheries scientists at Texas A&M Experiment Station, is part of an on- provide safety for families.