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Page 2-MALAKOFF NEWS-Feb. 18, 1976 :+ Zl00e to the editor00 Malakoff News ::!:: P.O.Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 To the Editor ::: Telephone 214/489-0531 ii! Published Continuously Since 1913 Donna Scheibe, Publisher ili! Editor&General manager .... Tom Herline :.: Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee iiii Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year iiii outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office at i:::::: Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second class :!:i matter. Published by Territory Times iiil Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. ad lib by donna scheibe "Break 1-9 for an east bound. You got a west bound lookin'." "Come on, west bound. You : got the Snow Goose." "Thanks, Good Buddy. This is the Beaver Squeezer heading for the shaky side with my ears on and the hammer down. You got a Smokey report?" "There's a big Bear around marker 261 with an 18 wheeler and some go go girls on the side. He's handing out them green stamps." "That's a 10-4, Good Buddy, for shore for shore. You got a clear picture all the way to Big T Town except for a county mountie flip floppin' around that Double S Town." " 'Preciate that, good buddy. I got no worry 'cause I'm in the rockin chair. Road Toad out of Corsicana Town is bringin' up the back door in a four wheeler about a mile back on the super slab." "10-4 ! Shake the trees and rake the leaves and keep the sunny side up and the dirty side down. This is KTT-5442 goin' 10-10 'til I do it again." "':2 I you'k'e:" ati: a C-B'er, : ' hances y pletely , mystifiedbye ersa'tion above. Apples (CB radio addicts} have a language all their own which takes a bit of getting used to. Following is the essential test which ac- cording to "CB Today" every CB'er must pass before he can understand what's happening on the C" ns Band network. How many can you identify? (Answers are at the bottom of this column.) 1. Dirty side 2. Beaver 3. Portable chicken coop 4. Local yokel 5. Ears 6. Hammer 7. Flip-flop 8. Rocking chair 9. Panic in the streets 10. Hole in the wall 11. Shaky side 12. Go-go girls 13. 18 wheeler 14. Pavement princess 15. On the side 16. Portable parking lot 17. Green stamps 18. Reefer 19. Handle 20. Seat Covers 21. Tijuana taxi 22. Mercy 23. Spy in the sky and hounds on the ground 24. Shake the trees and rake the leaves 25. Uncle Charlie 26. Fifty dollar lane 27. Bushel 28. Salt shaker 29. Front door 30. Back door 31. Brown bottles 32. 100-mile coffee 33. Smokey the Bear 34. Pumpkin 35. County Mountie 36. Picture taker 37. Grass 38. Keep the shiny side up and the dirty side down 39. 10-100 40. Negatory 41. Plain wrapper 42. Swinging beef 43. The going home hole 44. Georgia overtime 45. Radar Alley 46. Four wheeler 47. Warden 48. Windjammer 49. Bear in the air 50. Mama's lane. How did you score? If it's less than 30 you're obviously not tuned in to the people's ::iil Our town is growing, and iii with the new water and sewer iii!i facilities we shall have new :': street signs. And with the iii! street signs I believe that we iiil can have another improve- !:i: ment for our town. :i:i :.:. The congestion around the ilii post office to collect our mail s becoming inconvenient. I ii!i befieve that we entitlod to i!ii having our mail delivered to !:!: our homes and our businesses. i!ii the multitude of post offce :i:i boxes that now exist will not !ii! ii',00 .y t.e local residents with mail delivery, for the outlying .:.:.:.:,-,-.,.-.-,-., .'.'.'." ".'." -...... "r." ....... I.... ........ ." -." ". .......... u .......... . ...... . ...... ." "." -." - ". ...... .','.......-.'.'...........................'.-.'.'.'.'.',-.'." ".'.-.'.-." ".... ".'.'.-.-.'.-.-.'.'.-.. .........-.............. ......... ............ -o..... ..o...-.'.'o" *2o p, Carolyn and Steve Rhodes and daughter, Candi, of Longview, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. Dukes in Malakoff this weekend. Becky Rhodes and her son, Jeremy, of Seminole, are visiting for three weeks in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Hoover. Larry and Beverly Mas- singill are the proud parents of their first child, a son, Larry Keith, born last Friday, Feb. 13, at 8:29 a.m. in Navarro County Memorial Hospital. He weighed in at 7 BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH. 489-1 &15 119 N. Terry, Malakoff GHT A. JONES O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athena. Tx. MYWAY UPHOLsTERY Free Estimates Pick Up & Delivery Quality Workmanship 214-425-3967 Enstace CAMPBELL'S EXPERT WATCHMAKING JEWELRY REPAIR Phone 675-3132 Athens, Texas i network or are in the same fix as one puzzled soul heard in late December on 1-20. "Hey, fellas," came a plain- tive voice. "I just got this thing for Christmas. What's a Smokey?" More than 40? You're modulating with the best of them. Give yourself a diploma for being bilingual. [Turn this page upside down for answers.] 'auI 9u!ssgd "0 'ljg.toam ao.qo d "6P ao, flD pepu.t 2uo'I "9 ojt ao Di "/,i, aa aauessg d "9P o!qo qnoaql 06 mIsJequI "t aeaB lganaN ' xeoB 3q!H g som jo sap!s uazoa d "gl, ago pomuuu u! Oa!lO d "IP ON "0P dos tuooa ri "6g qae aAgq ,UO(I "Sg sge,q!q aodns u! d.s ug!peIAI "Lg 3uomd!nbo agpw H "98 aa!lOd guno) "gg aJ 3hid "t'g SOIl od oqS " oajoa 9uo S "g Je "[ UgAg.lW g U! ala!qA 3S;FI "0 ugag-ntJ g U]. ala Tqa^ s!d "67, iatu 9uds IgS "Sg spunod 000'I "Lg seqws ugm u! seffqom -o3p .mj, peasea ,maqq oua Ianoj uo oua I Ierl "9g OOd "g laole 1 o3 aoop )lagq pus aoop :luoaj  Bu.nugM "I'8 sae'J !nsand pug lJgaa.V " ,!ujod .loj pao m.nsqn S gg a aallOd lqalAI "Ig a g u! Sla  BuPiool PooO "0g atugu apoa ao,H 3 "6I ianx paqgx -JaH "9I aia a!DeL "LI Ja!rJ oqn V "9I ,(q 9u!pus "9I "doqs Ian g punos Buaq oq Sla!O "I fJnX Ol xg aA!d "I soq .m Sg!c I "gI 3sea;:) 3SOAtt "II laUUnJ "0I D)A q pao3.moIAI "6 a[pp!m aq u! ea oa uooa H "8 du mmo o qo; pug qaal 7, aoqSaalaV" 9 o!pe H "9 aaHod !D " saprs n olqg^oII " algmad "g "S'/l jo ssoo 3sg "! :sxsuv +i s,00s,v !i ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Library Ordm New + Books Malakoff librarian Alma Jesse McLain received authorization last week to order 800 titles from the Texas State Library System. The order must be in by May 15, and from then until the end of the year, the library will receive the books, Mrs. McClain said. Fiction and non-fiction for teen-age readers are priority items on her order fist, she said. The 800 volumes, valued at thousands of dollars, were made possible because the library is funded by the City of Malakoff. Mrs. McLain also an- nounced this week the library would have available recent issues of the Dallas Morning News, donated by The Mala- koff News. She explained that the mail edition of the Morning News is received on a regular basis, but sometimes is not available for a day or two past publication date because of the slowness of the U.S. mail. Star Harbor Has New Constable John Lott has been ap- pointed Constable of Star Harbor by action of the Star Harbor city council. Lott replaced David Walker who resigned recently. Steve Sutton returned to Houston Tuesday for a post-surgery checkup. He spent several days in the hospital at Houston for nose surgery recently. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sparks spent three days with their son, Gary, and wife in Denton. On their way home, they bought a new car. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dren- nan and girls went to Hearn over the weekend to visit the Graver Seldon Jr. family. Steve and Denise Arthus visited Mrs. Arthus' father, Mrs. Ellen Turlington of Waxahachie visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter this weekend. Mrs. Jane Dunlap, counse- lor, Seagoville High School, and a resident of Malakoff, was a guest recently of the United States Air Force Academy located at Colorado Springs, Colorado. Mrs. Dunlap was included in a Tarrant County Convention Center. The 86 were members of the First Assembly of god and First Baptist Church congregations. Mary Thompson of Mala- koff is a member of the 75-piece Stephen F. Austin State University Symphonic Band that performed last Saturday in San Antonio at the annual convention of the ed ciation {TMEA}. , Mel M o n t .g0:: :.:.:. ...:;:. ductor of the SFA group was  T three university M ! state to preseat,  concert before !Benny] member TMEA, Mrs. Sam F. e Bh Mrs. Evelyn Wart Blo were houseg be on Sadie Carson the group of prominent northeast Texas Music Educators Asso- this week. Texas educators who partici- pated in one of the academy's three day "Educator Airlift" ' General projects. Approximately sixty residents, such as around the Ed Daley and her brother Pat lbs., 11 oz. Maternal grand- such trips are conducted from O hers h lake and rural areas will still Daley over the weekend, parents are Mr. and Mrs. across the United States each Is -r-n Ill 7 p.m. Vdll]e to d Treaman Perkins. Paternal oach G year, affording almost 1,800 have a need for them, aswell enze Winnm grandparents are Mr. and educators the opportunity to i Tig: t as some businesses who prefer FOR YOUR CONVENIENC[ to retain their box. Winners of the prizes at the Mrs. Royce Massingill. see the nation s newest ser- ,o It is not convenient for Tarrant Oil Co. grand opening Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Price, vice academy in action. The  eason many of us to collect our mail last weekend were Joe Coker, Todd and Lacey of Weather- tours have received the Boat & Moto- r R 0000i]ln dsii at the post office. The member 623 Oak, Malakoff, winner of ford, spent Friday night and plaudits of the news media a'ffil[#a -'ng the of the family that drives the a CB radio; Roy Ridenour Jr., Saturday morning with the and the country's leading  score car may be out of town for a Box 91, Malakoff, winner of Ralph Carters. colleges and universities as When You Need It day or so, and then the rest of 50 gallons of gas; and Willie Guests in Mrs. Earl Allen's one of the outstanding inform- the members of the family will Shumake, Rt. 1, Athens, home Sunday were her sisters, arian nroRTams of its kind. _ iy mar be unable to receive their winner of a case of oil. Ellen Turfington of Waxa- Method00t Women Seven Days A Week ageofd mail. For example, some of hachie, Alma Carter of Mid-  was on the senior citizens find it very difficult to walk that far on the hot days of summer or the cold days of winter. Now I believe that our postmaster, Mr. Strange, is doing a fine job there. He has installed a marl collection box that is most convenient for the automobile drivers who want to deposit mail but don't want to have to find a place to park in order to deposit their letters. But, I believe that he needs the consensus of opinion from most of the residents of the community when a change in delivery system is suggested. And that is why I am writing this letter to the Editor of our newspaper. I would like to see that all of you who believe that they vonld prefer to have their mail delivered to their home, or business, please let our postmaster know about it. We can have this added con- venience if all of you will just express your desire to have it accomplished. Sincerely Yours, W.Pnige Ballard First Baptist To Host Men's Groups Tuesday First Baptist Church of Malakoff will host a Hender- son Associational meeting of men and boys Tuesday, Feb. 24, with a chili supper sche- duled for 6 p.m. and the meeting at 7 p.m. The men's organizations and Royal Ambassadors will gather for the dinner and program, and plan the year's activities, a church spokes- man said. Emphasis of the meeting will be a mission trip sponsored by Dogwood Trails to La Crosse, Wisc. Guest speaker will be Rev. Bill Rambo of Jacksonville, superintendent of Dogwood Trails area associations, including Cherokee, Saline, and Henderson. A trophy will be awarded to the church with the highest percentage of it's membership present. + Short Subjects ii lothian, and Jewel and her husband, W.N. Dorsey of Mansfeld, as well as Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Allen of Terrell, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Allen and family of Athens, the Ernest Allen family of Malakoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter of Malakoff. Jo and Kendra Lewis, and Leona Lewis visited Leona's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Reed in Kerens Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Jean Grundy of Lamesa visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Baird from Friday through Monday. The Grundys are Mrs. Baird's parents. MYF Game Night Members of the Methodist Youth Foundation held a game night fellowship imme- diately following evening wor- ship Sunday at the Fellowhip Hall. A good attendance was on hand. The prior week, 32 MYFers attended a hayride and hot dog roast at Jerry Garrison's farm. T.B. Mattingly pro- vided the hay, and Dennis and Bie Cannon and Jerry and Barbara Garrison served as adult sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. W.N. Dorsey of Mansfield, Mrs. Alma Carter of Midlothian, and The UMW met Feb. 9 in Fellowship Hall of First United Methodist Church with Mrs. Francis Goodman presiding. The first in a series of studies of Old Testament prophets was given by Mrs. H.C. Enas. She discussed Amos. Next in the series will be Isaiah, given by Mrs. Wilton Courtney at the next meeting on Feb. 23. 86 Hear Trio Some 86 persons journeyed from Malakoff Saturday to hear the Bill Gaither Trio at e past _ erettes ] Shop The General For All Your Netlgt least From CBs to Cm00-T0 Top, Lawn Equipment, Fishing Supplies, THE F$ GENERAL STOI$ + 220 E. Royall Blvd. {Hwy. 31i 489-1513 RAY'S DISCOUNT The Best Clothes At The Lowest Everyday Discount Prices II STORE FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS TOLD YOU ABOUT ] + RAY'S DISCOUNT .... 215 g. Be Sewage Headng A hearing has been sche- duled for 10 n.m. at Tyler City Hall on March 19 to considm" the application by the City of Malakoff to discharge treated effluent from its munkilml Sewage plant. The Texas Water quality Board hmring will involve a request to discharge up to 400,000 gallons of effmmt per day into n tributary of Cedar Creek. Malakoff has indicated to TWQB that the proposed discharge would not "mmm- sonably impair the quality of the waters of the state." Comments on the permit application may be made in writing to TWQB or in person at the public hearing. The third in a series of citywide blood drives for Malakoff has been scheduled for the Food Fare parking lot on Feb. 28, according to Jerry Hinkle, chairman of the drive. The Stewart Blood Bank mobile unit will be on hand from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on that date, Hinlde said. Hinkle said donors assure themselves the availability of blood for their own needs for a full year by donating a pint. He also said donors may specify their blood for a specific recipient who needs or has recently used blood. The Presidents' Property Ownera Association of Cedm" Creek Lake will adopt bylaws and elect permanent officers at a meeting Saturday at 10 a.m. at the home of F.W. Haralson in Arnold Hills Addition. The meeting was an- nounced by Bill Dyer, temporary chairman. Spec00 Meeting CCL Masonic Lodge 1431 will hold a special eMled meeting at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, February 21 as directed by the Grand Master of The Grand Lodge of Texas. At 6:30 p.m. a feUowcraft degree will he conferred. At 8 p.m. a message on Bicen- tennial observance from the Grand Master will be pre- Sented simultaneously in all constituent lodges. Masons are cordially invited to attend. The lodge is located on Legendary Lane in Gun Barrel City south on Hwy. 85. Supply Crop. will eonve fo the annual membership Monday, Feb. 23 at 7 p.m. in the Community Center. f.::::::::::..:::: Prices Effective Feb. 19- 21 Political +Calendar SEVEN POINTS U.S. CONGRESS Dist. 1 LIQUOR ST Across From Mr. Pizza 432-3225 Audrey Greenwell, Owner gal. 80 proof Seagram's 7 Crown American Whisk00 l & B Scotch " ++''' Iltiiltl tl IIOtililtlltll I OII II ! Ollllllll Itllillllllilltllllllltlllltl gal. 86 proof Cabin Still Kentucky Straight Bourbon pl. 86 proof Kentucl00 Burbn pl. 80 proof Windsor Canadian Whiskey Hwy. 85 Seven At Gulf Sign s14 ?1 $ DON'T MISS OUR SPECIAL SALE TABLE Dr. Glen Jones Rt. 3, Athens STATE REP. Dist. 14 Fred Head Rt. 2, Athens Joe L. Kirgon, Jr. Fairfield 3rd Diet. Attorney Richard Handorf 313 E. Kolstad, Palestine Bill Green Palestine Henderson County SHERIFF Ira Billings Athens J.W. Brownlow Athens Pat Glawgow Athens TAX ASSESSOR KEITH Hearn Athens COUNTY TREASURER Jane Holland Taylor Rt. 1, Athens COMMISSIONER Prec. 1 Leo Kiuabrew Rt. 1 Malakoff Jo Ingram "i Rt. Trinidad A.G. Pirtle Rt. I, Athens Jim Blakeney Athens Bobbin Bradley Trinidad l. Adv, paid by above listed Advmlser, unkm otherwise "  . ( Kenne Owner