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i! THE MALAKOFF NEWS [ I . small rural areas can join to-:oral habits. Mouth breathingI this occurs continue Page Eight. Friday, Feb. 11,196 6 Malakoff, T-exas]]tl T~ [" ~'*'~ ~[Yarborou, ] gether to better share their re-can also be detrimental to the [gum tissues are sources and further their corn- child's health. It is often over-i through the drying l] lg II I * thought they couldn't do with-IJ TIGER IAffS~ !~~ j[R1[~ " munityprogress and develop- el~orfsCOWPOKES guson found something they the air. The tissues: ment looKea ann unuetectea, inflammed, sometimes~ conunueo irom page one ~n, so our group split up out so now Lynn and I are the I J .~ 1 Many new programs have I believe that rural America The importance of proper at- and even painful. deserves the best help and as- tention for mouth breathers is again. The older members proud owners of two shell[| ~~Z':t~.~[ been ermcted during the last few sistance that America has to stressed this winter during the The ~g--~-s ~ took their seats in the Cell-lamps. II ~~l[years to help improve livingI I which markes 150th I~ scum and waited for the show I know there are other [I ~~! I[ conditions on the farm, butI provide so that we w~ll not havet 18th National Chfldren~ Den- cry this )'ear was 63 any segment of our people left~ tal H~Mth ~,~:ee~ sponsored when centl-al telephon~N~ to begin. The younger gene- things that happened with the [| ~~ |1 many of our rural people are behind in our progress and pros- Feb. 6 12 by the American began and had been:~ ration show they were signed group that Jabo and Rickey| ~ ~,o b~, h ~ +~,~ +, A~,~ c, ;1 u-~,t, still having to struggle to bare-iperitv. For this reason. I be- Dental .Asse~:iation. .Mouth- up for the physical fitness pro- were with but I can't take up baskethall games roundimz out Shop sponsored by the Hender- ly make ends meet. gram. Ervin Matthews, president of the Malakoff Riding Club, took this group with him to saddle their horses, put on their uniform and take their places for the Grand Entry. In this group were Ervin and L~'. Donna Matthews, Charlotte and L. C. Price, Tommy Bar- nett and Doyle Loper, Glenn Harkey and Charles McCleary, Barbm~ Jo Robertson, Gerald Carter, Jabo Locke, Roger Starks and Rickey Gunnels. The show was one of the best we have seen, and I think everyone enjoyed it in spite of the cold. We started home and found Charles McCleary's pick-up frozen. He rode home with Bob and Audrey and Brink brought his horse home. The streets were frozen over in Fort Worth and after stop- all the space in the News and after all we've gotta keep a few secrets. Honestly we did have a good time and will be looking forward to going next year, but right now, as the old say- ing goes, there's no place like home, and that's Malakoff. Trojans Fight For District Despite the fact that five of the boys were in a car wreck just prior to game time, the Trinidad Trojans put up a val- ian fight Tuesday night, Feb- ruary 8, in their effort to stay in the District 12-B basketball rating. Crandall defeated the Tro- jans, 86 to 70 and Trinidad's standing in the district will be determined by games played the basketball season. Tuesday night both boys and girls play- ed Edgewood, and both teams were victorious. Thursday night both teams played Brownsboro, with the boys edging by the visiting team with a three point victx}ry in the last minute of play. The visiting girls were the victor of the other game. The Student Council went to Athens Thursday. They attend- I.m'rTl RS TO [ THiS RDITOIR To the Editor Malakoff News Dear Editor: I couldn't help but be amus- ed at the political ad of Mar- tin Dies, Jr in the February 4 edition of the News. His listing of all the emoluments and services afforded a Con- son County Junior College Stu- dent Selmte. The Malakoff Stu- dent Council lost the Participa- tion Trophy by only three points. They were narrowed out by 4-A of John Tyler and Mes- quite High Schools. Advance members of the Beta Club went to Dallas Thursday after school. They left earl.v to help Chris Drake in his vice- presidential campaign. They spent the night in the Adolphus Hotel before meeting the rest of the Club and transferring to the Baker They went up early te put up posters and meet early arrivals to the convention. The Spanish Class under Mrs. Ann Hankle has sponsored get- ting pen pals for its members and other interested parties. Many are ~-riting foreign coun- tries in addition to people in the U. S. The object is to exchange ideas and learn how others learn At the present time, more than one-half of this Nation's low-income families live in ru- ral areas. Almost one-half of our rural families have incomes under $3,000. Children in these rural areas receive one-third less medical attention than oth er children, and their schooling level is still two years behind those in cities. One of the major problems in rural America is that they can- not afford to build all the facil- ities that its people need. President Lyndon Johnson has recommended a bill to Con- gress to assist rural areas in their development and progress -- this is a bill which I whole- heartedly endorse. The bill is ~.alled the Community Develop- ment District Bill, because it helps a community with its own development. Rather than have one tow~ ping at the red lights, we would stall and the boys would jump out and push and we x~uld make it to the next red light. When we got out of the city limits, the highways were O. K. and we drove on home. One thing I forgot to men- tion, was Barneal Wright not only got Miss Texas of '65's autograph, but stood about fouig feet from Miss Texas of '66 as she sang- "The Star Spangled Banner," at the open- ing of the show. Eva, I had an eye on Barney all the time and he was a per- feet gentleman. David Reese and T~ucy Fer- MARYLAND CLUB Pound Can SHURFRESH Pound Box llll Ill NEW Giant Size within the next several days. The local cagers scored six Paul Rayfield tallied for 34 points, followed by Jerel Ray- field with 15, Terry Fleming 11 Carl Keesee 6, Steve Lindsey 2 and Raymond Redic 2. In the game played Thurs- day night, February 3, the Tro- jans gave the Mabank Panth- ers a sound whipping by de- feating them 100 to 41 which gave them a 6-0 record in league play. Leon Jenkins led with 25 points. Archie Boggas scored 19, Terry Fleming 17, Paul Rayfield 14 and Jerel Rayfield 13. gressman is reason enough forand live. his eagerness to represent Miss Gill is leaving for a TSMA meeting in Dallas on Henderson County (and oth- ers) in Congress. It appears to be another case of the "oats" wanting IN. From the tone of the ad, it appears that John Dowdy is in for another mud-slinging campaign to unseat him. For the sake of Henderson County, as well as the rest of the con- gressional district, let's hope it will be successful as the last one. Sincerely, Bill Scholl 1109 Shepherd Lane Tyler, Texas Wednesday after school. OIL ALLOWABLE EDGED UP Texas' oil allowable has been edged up for the second month in a row -- to 32.7 per cent of capacity for February. The precentage factor ap- plied by Railroad Commission adds up to a production ceiling of 3,100,000 barrels a day next month. January allowable o][ 32.6 per cent permitted slight- ly less. But it was the most promising start Texas oilmeu have enjoyed in eight yem's. Commissioners, after setting the allowable, went into con- ference with an Air Force gen- ~ ", eral to learn what effect the L~$T accelerated fighting in viet- nam would have on petroleum demands. Best guess at the moment: not too much. or community try to provide all the facilities foe its people, which is impossible because of lack of financial resources, this bill aids various areas in pool- ing their resources in a certain district. It would be much more eco- nomical for several small com- mtmities to band together in a district and one provide a vo- va~tional school, another a hos- pital and another a library rather than have each totem try to build all these facilities. In this manner, the resources of a larger group can be more eco- nomically utilized rather than having a small area try to pro- vide all the public services that a community needs. Under this bill, the Federal SNOWDRIFT Pound Can II I The number of U. S. homes heated with gas has ahnost doubled since 1955, the Ameri. can Gas Association reports. Government would help with the planning in creating a district and putting plans into opera tion to launch a full-scale at- tack on rural low-income prob- lems. Assistance will also be given to better inform these large dis- tricts of aids available to them through the Federal and Sta ~ agencies. In this way, several FROZEN 2Pound Pkgs. PROFESSIONALLY INSTALLED INSTANT Oz. Jar lieve this is a farsighted, ad- breathing means that the in- the public 66 years vanced bill which will help our idividual has a habit of breath-I first electricity was rul~tl areas to share in Ameri-ing through the mouth. When ed. ca's abundance through a corn- men planning effort. We have ignored our rural population and their problems too much, and already the bur- den upon them to lead a happy and prosperous life is becoming too much. It is a continuous struggle, even in good crop years, just to meet expenses. For this reason, I ~Jll support. legislation such as this bill to help rural America improve its living conditions. TEXAN Athens, Texas Fri. - Sat. Feb. 11 - 12 JAMES STEWART MAUREEN O' HARRA "THE RARE BREED" Technicolor TRAIL Athens, HEALTH & SAFETY TIPS MOUTH BREATHING Mouth breathing can affect your child's dental and physi- cal health. Parents generally realize that some oral habits, such as thumbsueking, when carried on too far in the child's age, af- fect the teeth in such a way as to push them into abnormal positions. Thumbsucking is only one of the so-called "bad" Sun. - Men. - Tue. 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