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f THAT THIS AREA'S TOXIC DUMP IS ONLY SLIGHTLY h week m in lu f ifi P 0 Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 I li ering nrou , Bobby doesn't mind going to the den- had the same kind of teeth that I have much work done in as few tist. He has never minded going to the we would be making monthly payments possible so teeth were filled on dentist, to the dentist much like a home mar- top and bottom of the Not so for me. I dread dentist trips. I tgage lean; felt like a chipmunk. put them off first, until gaping holes or One of my New Year's resolutions in By the third visit I was a discolorations become obvious to January was to have all my dental work We were scheduled to re everyone. Then when I finally make the taken care of. I boldly made the first fillings in front teeth. I appointment I dread it until a full day appointment, for gas. after I have been. Sure enough, there were numerous I reclined in the chab That's why it all seems so unfair to problems to be takencare of. Chipped should have been Bobby. I me. teeth .... fillings that needed to be hands andmade During the past 20 years Bobby has replaced....and even one tiny new of the chair. I did deep been to the dentist occasionally. He decay, cases to relax and tried to goes to have his teeth cleaned and for The first appointment went well. The the Maverick game that our X-rays. Once during all of those years dentist re-filled two teeth that were on youth group is going to see he even had to have a filling re-worked, the same side on the top. I had prepared assured myself that this was When he was in the service he had a myself for the visit and handled it visit and that forever after lot of dental work done. His wisdom gracefully. By mid-afternoon of that would requirenodental care. teeth were removed, what few decays day I had feeling back on the side of my When he had finished his he had were filled and a little cosmetic face and it really felt good to have the dentist was kind. work was done. Since that time one repairs completed. "You hung in there like a filling has had to be replaced.The second appointment was a little told me. I shouldn't complain, I suppose. If he more difficult. We were trying to get as "It was nothing," THE MALAKOFF TIGElgl~ll~l--,Ire ptcturl~ above in a photo provided to 1'he News by Freddie Cude. Front row, right, is Johnny Honney, Carl Buckner, Vernon Patton, Sonny Mltchei, James Harrell, Vernon Whitehead, Loyd Back row is Jimmy Kilgere, Lowell Rogers, Joe Ady and Earl Rogers. (Courtesy photo) 20 years ago The local home appliance and har- dware store, known as Phillips Ap- pliances, is now being moved to the Swanson Building at the corner of Terry and West Mitcham Street. The building, now owned by a descendent, Cordie (Swanson) Jackson, has been leased by the growing firm, owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. J.P. Phillips. The all-new and modern supermarket recently completed in Trinidad by H.F. Warren is being formally opened today in a two-day "Open House" program, which will be carried through Saturday. The new store represents an ultra- modern progressive improvement of DIIINKING AN| DIIIVII CAN ADO UP. Toxic Doporlm~mt or Publk~ Stety the H.F. Warren Grocery and Market, an institution which has served the Trinidad area for almost two decades. Patients dismissed from Haynes Hospital this week included Loretha Payne, Weldon Conger, Cathy Williams, Mrs. Robert Fields, Vickie Joyce Fields, Virginia Robertson and Beverly Perkins. resounding victory over High School. The win season at 15-15 and marked time in six years the qualify for the state playoffs. TEXAS P,,.. The Malakoff News ASSOCIATION Publisher ..................................................... Dan Dwell Business Manager ......................................... Tom Finley Editor .................................................... Ann Rounsavall Assistant to the Editor ....................................... Lort Callaway Sports Editor ............................................... Benny Rogers Advertising Representative ................................... Dawn Lundy The Mahtketf News (336700 ia Imblished weekly by Community Information C~ter, Inc., at Malaknff, 'Ix., p~t nfflce 8ddreM being P. O. Box ~, Malakoff, 'Ix. 75148. Subeorlption rates: M.00 per year in Hemiermm Cmmty (~,50 for senior nittumn); $6.S0 per year in Texas; 47.50 per year nim~vha~ in tinoninl United Stets, Secol~l-clau postage paid at Malaknff, 'Ix, ?'5148, POSTMASTER: Send iddre~ changes to The Matoknff Newa, P. O. i~t f~, Maliknff, Tx. 7Sla 10 years ago pU,UCNO,,CE U. Malakoff High School seniors, faced Thit U. S, ENVIRONMENTAL with a potential race problem in an R~on g, has prepared a DRAFT honors election last week, organized an PACT STATEMENT ([1$) on the proposed arbitration committee and found an el- source NPDES wastowittor dtscharp fective solution. The problem stemmed HALAKOFF ELECTRIC GENERATING around the lack of black representation TRINITY MINE located on 58,000 acres in in the recent senior class "Who's Who" HENDERSON and ANDERSON COUNTIES, election. After being advised of the applicants Ire HOUSTON LIGHTING AND problem school board members votedPANY and thit to select two black and two white girls Thit Draft EI$ itxlminas thit onvlronmentll, ! and two black and two white boys in economic im lJ3ree of the election categories.I~ft will IN mailed to thou individuldl The Malakoff Tigerettes finished the requested it Anyone itlsa wanting a copy I basketball season in high fashion with a wlmM contact: Clinton B. sports, EPA, i Elm Sbnat, Dallas, Texas, 75270, Published Continuouly will INid a PUBLIC HEARING at 7:30 p.m. Since 1912 1983 it the CROSSROADS section SLit Highways 90 & 59, Crossroads, capt comments on the Draft will end April 18, IH3. m -- m mm mm m mmlm m m m m m m m m m u m mm "" m mm m m mm mm m m mm mm m , Yes, ! want to subscribe! I I()Please send me a one year subseflptlon to The Malakoff News. En- I elsad b my check for $______. I Name I City State Zip ! 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