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February 19, 1965     The Malakoff News
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February 19, 1965

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TT~'I~ ~ffAT ~t~f~"l~ ~TI~bF ~ tern would receive the next bien-i~: =--: - --~ .~ .-A~-~v -.*-~ ~ ~ nium less than half what they " | P ~:r, .~ix Friday, February 19, 1965 Malakoff, "[exasl would receive under the TSTA[! ~ A X M R A M R 1 I M i~m R i n I Program. However. local schooll|! I I. all-. --.J61i .A.V ~M~ i :~ -~-.~,' ~ ~ a q l districts would pay 70 percent of[ By HAROLD SPANN, Cotmi~ A~n~ i iii[ L~I /C!X S : tate I eacners Governor's new program]~ J~~i~~, through inclusion of textbook costsI I [ We nave peepie that repor~a arin root s stem a and state teacher retirement . ppe g y . r, . rt l I l I . [readmg thm columnand getting Make sure the stems of thee 2~tlE orI renalna DI 115 [matching as part of the Mimm.un:[valuable information. It is ourlplants are healthy in appearancel "- r ~ ]~ounuauon rrogram ior me nrst]wish that we bring to our read-Jand not dried out. Dead areas or[ :----ediate e45 --~r I time. [ ers pertenant information t h a = [ cankerous type lesions often found ] AU~i'l'l~--lne ~ca~e /~XeCutlve que~ lor ~L .m. v v~ . . I--^.+~ oolo,~, inorease I The 42-member TSTA execut,velmay be usef~, so we appreciate ion stems may later develop and[ =r2~:e A :oc~t;on ~ ~xa7 u sign i ]kr] P roach -mously reaffirmed its support of " " pan p " P" g . .PP - gro " g g e p " g " I the "$45 for 65" teacher proposal ]under study for more than two [three members each elected from [es we farmers begin to thmk about [those with disease. [ now nendinw in the Texas Lesris- I years ana naa veen apprevea vy [ the 13 TSTA districts within the I tilling the soil or putting onl I Watch the signs of leaf spot on I lat~.e~, " - [ every professional school-related [ state. J plants, shrubs, fruit trees, garden [ evergreens and check their color [ rou b the Texas Congress of ~RT, p~o. W R C~rrnieha~! .f[ g P' Y - [ -- . --'-'"-. [ seeds and such. A small home ] for uniformity and a healthy grow- I e chers and b - - - "-~ Tz,+ mo oo~a ,he itt e[Parents and T a,y J [gardev m the corner of the yard[ mg condlt]on. It may be moneyl ~ee~n~"~in ~ustin',"re~ ~a~?e~ t~o[ many local school boards, civic[ h~+ ~ ~TAm]~]~ [can make a valuable contribution[ well spent to buy the top grades[ "' ~ ' *"~" service clubs .-.~u~ .~ ~ previous endorsements given the ] groups, and,~ - [ [to the. family food budget as wel! I of nursery stock J salary proposal. The TSTA House[ ~ne tiovernors pan nan been[ ~ %~k~tt~] as oe]ng a source o~ enjoyment Flan now ~o give proper care[ of Delegates, the representative/introduced as ~ l~a by ~en, J Noise can rob us of slee- make[an-c. energy release. I to older plantings as well as those[ ~h, of the association alsoJ Jack Strong of Longview and HBJ T',I nope you are not over anxious tnew ones. Proper pruning will[ ,~,--a,us ~ense and jumpy and aecrease . ' ~oo ,~ A,~o~ th, nr-~m [ 446 by Rep. W. H. Heatly of Pa-[ [as I fad myself, many times, and make a healther plant, one morel "'-~r~:"':=oo~'~]v:~--comm~it~e-s"-acTducah. The TSTA program hasl U~, general ex.ncmncy. A conun-loverplant certain crops. One year[useful for fruit bearing, and a[ ueu exposure re noise may maK~ w h an I /been mtroduced as SB 4 by Sen i [ e ad too m y snap beans, an-, plant that ~s attractive The sea / ~i nn ~m~oa~t;:hSZUgn:a~?y,:]s;~:rt~ A M. Aikin, Jr. of Paris and as[us more suscepume ~oia~:e~i~sS[other year we over plant thelson is late for dorrrrant oil spray-I and the TSTA -reD-am This] HB 5 by Rep. George Hinson ofl y cu~ung aown our a on zy . -t squash, and the next somethingI ing, however, light oil spray mayI -- f':~*:~ " [ Mineola cern sirens or. sno u~ea warn mgs. [else. "A well-planned small gar-[still be used through February on[ mo ve a o pp0r ++eaoo,:ne ~o~-~] r,~inted out that What s. .to be done. aoout ourJden is easier to handle and does[trees with heavy scale infections [ .~n~,**--~ ,~ ~ o ~ r- nois society many lnuustrallSCS, " ~ [ ' h Y " . . J not burn out the family w~th over[ For spring spraymgs get the[ msz monm ~o smnu oy me re- unaer t~e ~ver.ur ~ g~u ~ " have already taken steps ~o sound ~ s,^ J "-ms ,~, .- ~ i : . . . . . . ! ~a~u ~ v~ ~our~e m u.~ 1 eqmpmen~ in gooa wormng con-I proo~ work areas m nomy xacu~aes case ou can share wa e h "" " rmuffs" [ Y "th n ig bers.[ dition and be ready to start at] ana.]ssue ear pmgs or ea ~o] Start the garden now with green[ bloom time. Brown rot and car-[ wor~ers. . . [leafy vegetables, onions and cab-[ culie of peach and plum, nut-rose] ~A~I~III~ ~ The rest of us who are pmguedJbage and a little later with fresh[bearer in pecan, leaf spot and] ~lr~ iF IIIFII~eF by the day-to-day noises of a busy[potatoes, tomato plants and early[mildew on roses and other shrubs.[ world and family can do something,] beans. As early crops are har-/ plus many other pests should beI By PAUL PHILLIPS too. *[vested come back with plantings[ controlled. [ If you plan to build or buy a[ of summer crops. [ ~ [ ^ home soon, check with the con-[ Home owners can head off later~, CHURCHMOUSE [ ~L tractor; he will be able to offer / troubles by purchasing only di-[ Were you in church Sunday~[ t4 / I ~ " ~ [ suggestmns to cut down on noise- sease free.and healthy plants, ad- If not, Why //7~[~" hess in your home. [vises county agent, Harold Spann.I Let us indulge in junta little[ / Check the roo~ systems to see they ~*":~ ~'~ If you are already settled in[ I self-examination. Just why did I[ are iree OI sucn alseases as ro~s, 9 1"~'-~::,~ ~ your home, remember the noise[ I join the church in the first place. [ ~:~ wr~.~'~'~.L~] ~ ~.~'~ problem if you make any addi-[ g~2t ;L:n;o~s n~: 'm ouymg any [ Was it my intention when I joined[ I[.~:~.~.~~v'~ ~ ~ tions or changes. [ pmn~ ma~ aden no~ nave a nem~nyI to change my life and to attend[ ~ One simple step costs nothing] --~ ~ the services of the church ? Or,[ ~l /~ ~.~-~D and can be used in a.lmost everyI Heporting The News [did I intend to get my name on[ ~t~ /t"~, X~ ~ ~ home to eomba~ me nmse promem.l ~=~ ~ ~ ~ . I me enurcn PeeKs ana ~nen ~orge~/ ~--~"~'~k~-'w~~[ ~x-~ Set aside a room or an area as a[ f-~rL~ 1S mportant ]it? What would become of my] "~,~'-'~'~-~'~'-~ "quiet place." Study your house or[ . Ichurch in this community if each[ (-VJ~ - -- ~ anartment to see which Dart of it! News is not really news when[member were to develop the same / -~" c~ most easily be cut off from the ] ]t has happened some time ago. [ attitude as mine toward the/ ~;0RRY W~ ~ ~ |~ ma'^rit- of no[ ~ ~"+ ~'~r J It is the constant endeavor of this[ church ~ [ t~ WAS q4SUR~D AT "- stereo and other noise-makers m[ newspaper to keep the area m-I None of us, who are members of[ " " the opposide end of the house, formed on current happenings,[ a church, would want to live in] i with occassional featureitems Jthis community if there were no[ ~ucn a qu]e~ pace won corn- whi~, are of inter^~* ~ i 1 ~w* pletely solve the ever-L, rowin~[ ~'" ~ j cnurcnes here. ine liIe o~ our/ ,l,~& |~1~~ ~ ~' ~roblem of noise but it ~vill --ok Certainly the most current hap-[ church and its ministry to this[ ~Ull lll~UIdUl;C tl~! far toward cutting down on family[ penings take precedent over last J community is what we as indivi-[ tension and aivin~ th ~. ,=,~ J week and week before events. For J dual members make it~ It can be[ "BE SURE -- INSURE" family a rest". a,~ that reason, when a club or church [ no stronger than the whole of us[ l [group meeting or a wedding or l make it by our support and our[ Lnml L'IU ~-~| wno wou u ever ~ that nmse some achievements ~ ~ -- . ~ i wtuen snoula I xoyal~y ~o 1~. / Offices in MalakoH and Trinidad coma v e a nemm lmzaru. I havebeen in last weeks paper J Next week we will begin an ex-[ nealm experts definitely think, I comes rushing into the office Mort-I amination of some of the excuses[ that excessive noise can be a detri- day or later, it will be used in that[ most often heard for not being in[ ~'~"'-~--"- ment to health. We can no longer [issue only if time and space per-]the church services. Sincerely, --[ Your Savi er securiti ~t--~----~~~~=~~t~~ confine this problem to industry, ] mit, after what is considered more[THE CHURCHMOUSE. | m m"--~m~-~-~-m factories and airports; homes are] current news-worthy items have[ ~ [ noxmer today. ] been processed. Under no circum-[HCJC HONOR ROLL [ I * h B~gger and nommr applmnces stances wall t e News age a eur-[ Students attending Henderson are being crammed into homes Werent event to make room for ! ~^ v :--~-. a j,~uu,y amuur wuuege wad cake a have more extensive heating andlong over-due story,~ ;~ ~. ~[~[[~ ~[~ ~[~ ~[~ . . full load, at I Ur~ u~I~ g e.ooling sm~ more ~ ,and hi- AEing a news, worthy item can ]hours' work, who make no failing z.i ser~, ore o yu.~ a~ou~ every: be avoided by phoning the Mala-[grades, and who secure an average zmng tha~ adds r~ .me generm koff News as soon as after it hasI of at least 2.5 grade points per ~0 ~ ~ " 8**00 p* ~ supply of everyday nolse. And if happened as possible. News Stall-[ semester hour, are listed on the these marvem aren ~ enough:,o~ ers are happy to write the story[Honor Roll at the end of the so- children fill in playing "snooc em if given the opportunity and a lmester, i Phone PR 8 4461 up or the latest pop record httle " " advance notice [ Students from this area who Modern home design with its Friday and Saturday are excel-]are listed on the Honor Roll in-! spacieusness and emoothe, hard lent days to report happenings of[elude: Virginia Gilmore, Maiskoff;i serfac~, is no. help. Popular de~- the week. which were too late for IBetti Boatwright, M~tnk; Sandrs J~ es 1[ orating z~termls such as glass,the previous publication. [French, Trinidad; Judy Kiliian, iS ~i K qlllr s~ene, bricz, paneling and vinyl We need Four help and also JMabank; Raymond McFaul, Kemp;i i till O U Elf I f co. covering reflect sound waves your co-operation. May we depend[Cynthia Waiters, Mabank; and instead of absorbing them: on You T J Wayne White, Kemp. 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