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!' ~2A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Feb. 19, 1981 Lrm announces ocate new |O R. W. McAtee has announced that his Realty firm is moving an office to Malakoff, and are looking forward to an opening date of April I. W. Lionel Craver, Pam l erideth and Linda Kirk, future agents of McAtee Realty, were in Malakoff last week in- forming area residents of the impen- on I Formal charges against three per- sons in Henderson County jail were due to be presented to the district attorney Tuesday in the murder case of Chariest Footer. The final arrest m le Friday, bringing to five the number of people arrested. However, two people arrested and held several days have been released No bond has been set after the arrest of 35-year-old Charles A. Wygal of Dallas Lie is being charged with capital murder according to Sheriff Charlie Fields. Held in lieu of $100,000 bend each on the charge of murder are David Lee W ll,,.19/Plano, and Jack Marion Durham, 44, Spring, Texas. Wygal was Foster's nephew. A man and woman, previously .held an now By RbBEI~T L. HANEY TAES Science Writer First-time house buyers should buy a house they can afford now and trade it for their "dream house" later, accor- ding to Dr. D. A. Klinefelter, economist at Texas A&M University. "The price of housing has tended to increase slightly faster than inflation and the longer a buyer waits, the har- der it is going to be to buy," Klinefelter says. Once buyers own property, they can ride up with property values and start dang opening. The office will be located on E. Royall Blvd. across the street from Mite-Mart in the old Phillips Estate house. The home office of McAtee Realty is located at 303 South Prairieville in Athens. for investigation relating to the case have been released, Fields said Friday afternoon after Wall's arrest, he was the last of three to be captured. Durham had been held since Feb. 5, and Wygal was taken into custody Thursday evening. Fields said that the only problems in the apprehension of the suspects had been the amount of time involved. The 49-year-old Foster, who recently had purchased the Redwood Marina on Cedar Creek Lake, was found shot to death the morning of Jan. 28. He was discovered in a recliner chair at his combination #tore and home north of Seven Points where he had moved to in December. Prior to his move, he had lived in Mesquite. economists recommend home owner- ship as the primary vehicle for the or- dinary working person to hedge against inflation. Jo 'ce Fauik, cashier at Citizens State Bank, has the honor of being the only employee who has worked in three buildings utilized by the firm. Mrs. Faulk begin work with the firm Jan. 1, 1961 as a teller and bookkeeper. She recalled that she actually went to work on Dec. 31 to observe the operation. She stayed until 2:30 in the morning because at that time all statements were done at once, and had to be sent out the first of the month. The first location of the hank where she worked was on the corner, next to where Smith Drugs is presently located. Citizens State Bank moved to its most recent location across from the post office in 1963, and Mrs. Fauik moved right along with them. She was with them again this week as they "As a vivid example, the median- moved into their modern new facilities priced home in the United State is facing E. RoyallBlvd. currently about $66,000. If real estate Mrs. Faulk said she,is very excited values appreciate at an annual rate of about the new building, and like other 12 percent, in 30 years the same house employees, has been looking forward to will sell for $2,000,000. working there. Recently, a national financial She is married to Joe Faulk, and is magazine quoted a statistic which pret- Use other ty much sums up the current situation: s[. lces JOYCEFAULK the mother of two sons, Joe L. Faulk and William H. Faulk. She also has four grandchildren. PTO sponsors contests for The newly formed Malakoff PTO has started a membership drive to be held until March 6. The drive will include a trio of con- tests, one at each school. Each school will have a winner from the grade with the most parent members. A prize will be awarded. Winners of the contest will be an- nounced at the next regularly scheduled meeting of the PTO March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Malakoff ElementarX School cafeteria. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. and all parents of school children are urged to attend. @ Taxpayers of Texas scored a victory recently when a bill to deny unem- ployment benefits to persons who voluntarily quit their jobs was passed by the Texas Senate. The bill, Senate Bill 2, was sponsored by Senator Roy Blake of Nacogdoches, who commented, "I am glad to get this bill passed in the Senate because it is long overdue, and if it is passed by the House, it will guarantee that the Unem- ployment Act is administered within the framework of legislative intent." Blake's bill will deny benefits to per- sons who quit their jobs voluntarily or who are discharged for misconduct un- til they have returned to work and worked for six weeks. Under existing law, claimants in these categories could be denied benefits as many as twenty-six weeks. Public employers must pay dollar for dollar the benefits awarded their ex- WEEKLY employees. Taxpayers who bulk of the financial support governments h~ people not to work and at the pay the salaries of people to vacant positions. "I know that we are only there insofar as seeing my law, but I believe public Texas will continue their secure final passage," said, "and if they do, it will law," he said. Blake's bill still must approval by the Texas Representatives, but since it Governor's emergency tag, it heard by the House Practices Committee at an Representative Bill Messer is sor of the bill in the Texas Representatives. Recent rains throughout East Texas have certainly helped the moisture situation. However, more water is needed to be on the safe side going into the production year. Gardeners are beginning to get itchy fingers during the warm days and need to be getting ready for planting. Some cabbage, onions and other early season vegetables are being transplanted. Dr. Terry Menges, area horticulturist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, advises all gardeners to get their soil prepared. When layil rows, keep in mind the irrigation. Being able to water the small Gardening equipment should spected and put into good Tools should be sharpened handles replaced. Tillers and tractors should have the oil and air filters cleaned. E( not need to be elaborate. are produced by using only s hoe and rake. 24 Hour Wrecker Service Tires & Tubes Open all day Saturday building equity to use toward even- during the past year there were 50 per- tually buying the type of house they cent fewer first timers among home want. buyers than as recently as 1977. The advantage from ownership Many people who want to own homes results from a principle known as are being forced out of the market by financial leverage. Although buyers the combination of high prices and in- will typically have initial equity (their terest rates, both of which are nearly own money) of approximately 20 per- oue-third higher than three years ago. cent in s house, they receive the benefit "Be cautious abotlt buying if you plan of appreciation on the entire value of to be located in an area for less than a the property which acts to multiply the couple of years," Klinefelter says. rate of return on their equity. "Although a home may still be a good "It's clear that waiting isn't going to investment even for a short period, the make it any easier to enter the buyer runs the risk thata temporary market," Klinefelter, a Texas slump in a local housing market could Agricultural Experiment Station economist, says. "Even during the current recession, housing prices have continued to appreciate in most areas. "The National Association of Home Builders forecasts that the rate of an- nual appreciation will run between 10 percent and 15 percent during the 1980's. This is one reason why most reduce equity at the time of sale or a loss of equity could also result if suf- ficient appreciation had not occurred to cover selling costs," Klinefeiter con- eluded. Today's shirt fashion Today's shirt fashions feature single- needle or double-needle tailoring Double-needle tailoring means that seams are sewn once with a double row of stitching, Beverly Rhoades, s clothing specialist explains. In single-needle tailoring, seams are first stitched on the inside, then on the outside, resulting in a flatter, reinfor- ced seam that makes a shirt conform more naturally to the body for a better fit However, the single-needle process takes additional construction tim and generally causes a shirt to coot more, she says. Miss Rhoades is on the home economics staff of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Cross Roads School News Calendar of Events Tuesday, Feb, 24th - The Cross Roads Bobcats varsity and junior varsity boys will host LaPoynor Cross Roads Game time will begin at 6:30 p m Friday, Feb 27th - End of 4th six weeks Malakoff to cook without salt Cooking without salt? This can be fun, although it is. challenging, says Cass Ryan-Crowe, a foods and nutrition specialist. Experiment with bay leaves, mustard, sage, marjoram and thyme on beef, parsley and sage on poultry, and garlic and onion on pork, she suggests. 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