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!:i: c.: Joseph A. Singletary Mrs. Theda Singletary of Key Ranch Estates; two brothers, Joesph A. Singletary, 59, of Glen Singletary and Ross Key Ranch Estates on Cedar Singletrary, both of Jackson- Creek Lake, died last Wednes- day evening in a Corsicana hospital following a lengthy illness. Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. Friday in the chapel of Paschall Funeral Home with the Rev. David Hutchins and the Rev. Irvin Anthony officiating. Graveside services were at 2 p.m. in Rest Haven ville; four sisters, Mrs. C.D. Yancey of Jacksonville, Mrs. Ewell Walker of Lufkin, Mrs. Brownlow Walker of Richard& son, and Mrs. Ruby Wheele" of Houston. Dennis L. Swain Dennis L. Swain, 83. of Trinidad passed away Thurs- Memorial Park in Jaskson- day morning in Henderson ville. Memorial Hospital following Mr. Singletary was a a lengthy illness. former resident of Dallas Funeral services were held where hewasemployed in the at 2 p.m. Friday at First lumber business. He had lived Baptist Church in Trinidad in this area for the past three with Rev. Earl King offf years. He was a member of elating. Interment was in the Methodist Church and Trinidad City Cemetery under was a veteran of World War direction of Paschal Funeral II with the Army Carp of Home of Malakof. Engineers. Mr. Swain was a native of Survivors include his wife, Weatherford, Tex., and had ] I . I lU PASCHAL ru, HOME Emergency Ambulance We Will Continue To Provide 24-Hour Ambulance Service For Our Friends In The Malakoff And Trinidad Areas. The OLDEST HOME NEEDS The NEWEST COVERAGES And We Can HELP The HOME OWNER GUARD Against UNDER-INSURANCE And LIMITED PROTECTION! lived in Trinidad for the past 18 years. He was a member of First Baptist Church in Trinidad and was a retired plumber. He was survived by his wife to whom he had been married 61 years, Mrs. Eula Lee Swain of Trinidad, and several nieces and nephews. Joe C. Knight Joe C. Knight, 96, of Malakoff died last Thursday morning in a Malakoff nursing home following an extended illness. Funeral services were con- ducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in the chapel of Paschall Funeral Home with the Rev. James Cheatham officiating. Burial was in the Malakoff City Cemetery. Mr. Knight was a retired farmer and a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Jenny Rober- son of Malakoff; and her husband, Carl Roberson of Malakof; and Margie Jo Malone of Dallas; and one son, Louie C. Knight of New Rachel, New York; four grandchildren, and nine great- grandchildren. ELECTION from page one ballot: Janice Williams, No. 1, Athens; Earl Gentry, No. 1M, Malakof; Janet McClintock, No. 1T, Trinidad; Mrs. O.D. Baggett, No. 2, Athens; Orran P. Edwards, No. 2E, Eustace; Jerrell Smith, No 2PS, Payne Springs; Jimmie Garner, No 2A, Aley; Maurice G. O'Dell, No. 2T, Tool; Mrs. IOmer Tedford, No 3M, Murchison; Roy Lane, No. 3B, Brownsboro; Earl High, No. 3C, Chandler; Nell War- ford, No. 4, Athens; Athur R. Bristow, 4LR, LaRue; A.R. (Dock) Bell, 4P, Poynor; Robert Walker, 4F, Fincastle; Matthew Wallace, 4MS, Moore Station, and Eddie Lambert, 4CC, Coffee City. No candidates arestil fo No. 1Cr, Crossroads; :.N% 2GB, Gun Barrel; No. 3, Athens and No. 4NY, New York. Winners of the Democratic nominations will be placed on the general election ballot in November. However, in local elections in this area, Demo- cratic nominations are usually tantamount to election. Night driving is three times as dangerous as day driving, says the National Safety Council. 1076 EPA Gas Mileage Record H,ohway C,ty FORD CHEVROLET 18 moo 13 ,,pg w*th 350 ;?V V-B f.],es shuw, ,+re LPA ,,l+mates ar you ta4 tv.iP,qe my va depem On yo p kup s c ontmu oPo  eqient ,Ind nOW and where yu d,e Cac, n,a tmg owe AL INMON FORD SALES Malakoff TESTING 00tic ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "::i:!:i:i:-:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:!:i:!:i: from page one "$N ,., 00pen Malakof 29, Cayuga f33 I;' :r !!:;::f!i; :t Mabank 28, Class of Malakoff 35, Cayuga pieof Mabank 36. months behind; sixth grade,  for PUSH Plow and for k Three [ PLOWS Attachments ih: c $27" ::::  . ,- t::: , at Just recewecl a  [ 1 I  has exp,  \\; |p amp zc Shipment of ! , }  and is ' /) j session, HAND TOOLS for "  btions for your garden. )! In math: Class of 1975, Malakoff 38, Cayuga 39, Mabank 26; Class of 1976, Malakoff 48, Cayuga 49, and Mabank 36; Class of 1977, Malakoff 36, Cayuga 38, and Mabank 37; Class of 1978, Malakoff 47, Cayuga 41, and Mabank 34. In science: Class of 1975, Malakoff 27, Cayuga 36, Mabank 23; Class of 1976, Malakof 31, Cayuga 32, and Mabank 29; Class of 1977, Malakoff 23, Cayuga 41, and Mabank 35; Class of 1978, Malakoff 33, Cayuga 36, and Mabank 49. In social studies: Class of 1975, Malakof 21, Cayuga 33, Mabank 22; Class of 1976, Malakoff 29, Cayuga 33, Mabank 22; Class of 1977, Malakoff 23, Cayuga 42, and Mabank 30; Class of 1978, Malakoff 33, Cayuga 38, Mabank 38. In use of sources: Class of 1975, Malakoff 26, Cayuga 35, Mabank Unavailable; Class of 1976, Malakof 31, Cayuga not available, Mabank 31; Class of 1977, Malakoff 25, Cayuga 37, and Mabank 49; Class of 1978 comparables not available. Mrs. Orr told the trustees that in comparisons of reading abilities of students in the second, third, fourth, fifth, and sixth grades, that students fared slightly better in 1974-75 under the open concept than they did in the closed concept of teaching in 1973-74. April 1975 testing showed 28 percent of the students above average compared to 21 percent in April 1974; '52 percent were average com- pared to 62 percent average in 1974, and 20 percent were below average compared to 17 percent below average. Mrs. Orr pointed out that tests are given in September and April, but that September scores are always low com- pared to April scores because the student has not been studing during the summer months. She produced a chart showing how students tested in April of 1975 compared to national averages. She indi- cated that three months behind or ahead of grade was not considered significant in evaluating test scores, but anything over or under three was. Here's a comparison of grade level achievement in September compared to ha- BLOOD from page one Barry Brim, David Brown, Ronny Brown, Robert Cook, Tommy Dickenson, Kevin Fulgham, Blake Grimes, Ken Hayes, Jerry Hawkins, Billy Hazell, David Kelly, Mark Morman, Robert Nelson, Owen Robertson, Randy Robertson, David Scheibe, Max Scrimshire, Bill Town- ley, and Floyd Thomas. Girl donors include Janice Barren, Andree Boswell, Autumn Boswell, Camille Cli- ver, Renee Condith, Gladys Coleman, Carol Durmon, Sherry Evans, Jan Ford, Jackie Givens, Cheryl Glasgow, Pattie Gaines, Jean- nie Grissom, Vickie Hendrix, Loraine Herline, Linda Holt, Debbie Hoover, Glenda Jack- son, Cyrena Johnson, Debbie King, Rose Manning, Cheryl Owens, Davana Skiles, Katrina Tarver, Darlene Thomas, Renee Stewart, Sha- ronn Wallace, Diana Weaks, and Cindy Wilson. MEDICARE SUPPLEMENT (Policy Form MCX'C) NOW Available HELPS PAY WHAT MEDICARE DOESN'T PAY BENEFITS FOR Hospital Doctor Surgeon a Nurse Nursing Home Coverage begins on effective date of policy NO WAITING PERIODS Send Your Name & Address For Full Information To UNITED-AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY Box 34597 Dallas, Texas 75234 Name Address City & state AD-9 one month behind; seventh grade, four months behind, eighth grade, one year and one month behind. Here's a comparison of the students on tests taken the prior spring: second grade, four months ahead; third grade, two months ahead; fourth grade, one month behind; fifth grade, four months behind; sixth grade, four months behind; seventh grade, seven months behind, and eighth grade, one year and three months behind. In other action at the Monday night meeting, the school trustees heard a report from Supt. Jack Murray on the status of the pending lawsuit by members of the Fair Tax Association. Murray said that the group had changed attorneys and that they are now represented by Dawson, Dawson, Smith and Sodd. Matthew Dawson, of the firm has been in contact with the district, Murray said, and he anticipates some action by the group in the near future. The trustees also voted final approval of a contract with the new delinquent tax attorney. They named Mrs. Pauline Rushing of Tool and Mrs. Bobble Rogers of Malakoff as election judges for the up- coming school election. ' throu Clifford R. Haynes, M.D. Wk sessio .gust 2 Is Now st 13, a p for i rrville, T Practicing Medicine At 701 North Terry Street :00chil00en .een Yean " . }ions are (Apartment No. 1/is Tempory L0catmn;- :} detailed ,,i..he No. 3 & 4 To Be Permanent Location variol In A Few 00ams, , ':ntact Je Skoff Lion,, Regular Hours: 9 a.m.- 5 p.m., Daily . r 5 p. Except Sunday By Appointment ! !!! Doing business by telephone makes sense, I: yo and we have a whole range For rno of services designed to .r" '"e , u0. tts, t was make it easier. :ible.'wasan' No matter who you're talking to, you just can't beat the telephone for getting a personal response -- fast. It's the perfect way to close a business deal or make a new contact. More than likely, a telephone call could' replace most of the letters you write. Low long distance rates make a salesmen in Chicago just as accessible as one next door, and when you telephone an order, there's no danger of the letter being lost or arriving late. Howeve _2. of gas ha r uS P I When it comes to making you b " Py'st --hortain available to the public, good telep "-':D " facilities are essential. Whether YoL uringl g Y Communicating by telephone is efficient and economical. If you're business, you can't afford to be proper telephone service. 000000BGulf States-United Telephone UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM /