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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, Feb. 26 1971 Malakoff, Texas the comfort of the specially Chefs. 7 days in glorious Braniff Pay Cou!"d from page 1 nothing was accomplished and little work done. One State Senator two years ago was on vacation during the first week of a special 30 day session but publicly proclaimed that he did not need to be in Austin anyway because they were not going to do anything during the time he was away. Such public statements are hardly compatible with a hard working group el law makers. It is up to the 02nd Legislature to prove sch criticism is undeserved and to blot out such a reputation whether descry- ed or not. Performance is the only antidote we know. 4. The 62nd Legislature must represent the peo- ple of Texas and not only these minority groups or large corporations with l)owerful lobbyists. The Malakoff News is thoroughly famitar with the situ- ation in Austin, as well an tile identity of tile groups, industries, corporations or associations with power- ful lobbyists. We know that no member of the Le- gislature ever has to buy a meal in Austin dur- ing the 140 day regular session if hc desires not to do so. We know that certain lobbyists serve lunch regularly every day, and alt members of the Legislature have a standing invitation. We know that entertainment tickets are readily available for the asking. We appreciate the fact that transporta- tion is available without charge and many other "fruits" are being dangled for legislative picking° We are not suggesting that no member of the Legislature should ever avail himself of such ben- ehts but we are saying that no legislator should have his vote influenced by such niceties, or by group pressure, tie should stand firm for the wel- fare of all the people and not those of a minority which can exert pressure or another minority who can pick up checks. We are willing to judge this Legislature by its acts and we believe the same is true of the voters throughout Texas. We know where pressure is being applied, any law maker who cannot withstand the pressure is not deserving of a pay increase next year or ever. Tile eyes of Texas truly are upon each member of the 62nd Legislature. We believe tile jury is fair and the verdict regarding your salary increase will depend on the record you write. sons of my own bull headed- ness! School Politics Jim Harris of Star Harbor was carrying an application for Malakoff school board candi- dates in his shirt pocket Tues- day. Jim said he would likely file as a trustee candidate with- in the week. Jim, president of Malakoff Rotary, is a resident of Star Harbor which was a part of the St. Paul district annexed to Malakoff last year. As a mat- ter of fact he is associated with Cedar Creek Lake Interprizes, developers of Star Harbor and Clear Water Bay. His wife, Sue stant 6 oz. jar spearheaded the organization of the lYret local PTA of which she is president. Sue .is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Star Harbor. Deadline for candidates to file for trustee or council mem- bers is March 3. In Malakoff 3 seats will be available on the school board. The city council has 2 council posts and the mayor&apos;s seat up in the rurming. On the board Billy Miller and Larry Surl are the candidates stated to have filed as of last Tuesday. (Late note: Mrs. L. O. Robert- son told he News she would seek re-e.lection for a see- M y Neighb ond tern]. She said her applica- tion had been notorized by the [J-I/ I ;!'!*  School's Attorney's office in  -- x4ew of her position as Secre- . tary of the local board which :..: is authorized to accept candidate " appl icat ions -) Resting For Another / >( .zr. Round At HCJC  '')-- t tTI Tbe HCJC Board meeting   )')// comes around again Monday night at 7:00. I'm leaving the Recognize me lad), yovr son James...th PTA to the rest of you -- so I can check on the doors of the you ahandoned,o firs! (Irna:f-.:Secn''4 session over there, this morning..." # RISCO, ,0. can 89¢ s , LIQUID Dads Traveler Cont'dfrompagel PALMOLIVE oz. 49¢ ROOT BEER0000a,. • 7 DAYS IN GLORIOUS HAWAII VIA BRANIFF INTERNATIONAL ; ii:::. i ; FRIOIOAIREI'4LAWAIIANVACATIONSWEEPSTAKE$ :iiiiii| mess around with! He'll likely "When I read a new drug store BOUNTY DELSEY - , /7 Draw.g to be !:::.:1 suffer the consequences, but has located on Highway 31 West *" "€"' ./'j/ - :!ii;| we'll prayforhim! of Malakoff, I expect to find it TOWELS 3/$I TISSUE 2 : '_ ': ...... '.,  April I FL 1 ":;:il out yonder on the highway be- :. -- " ......... a:.J Where Is Hwy 31? two. Malakoff and Trinidad, JUMBO ROLL . .,,.. and not square dab up town. R o I Is • Name ............................... :i!!1 Frank Johnson, former re- sident here on a visit from Am- He said he thought he'd find m,-  . ,,.,,D.   II : Street Address ............................ :.ii|  1 : City & State ................................ Phone_ :iiil arillo, came by Mcaxiay with the Food Center out on East I : D,,,lershtp ....................... | two sugg,estions. Both have 31 between here and Athens and PU F F ', • $al.ma- ...... :#| not "Square dab up town." He's ...l:v TISSUES _! I " :i1": merit. We ll give one -- and got a good point. I'm turning it [ : RULES OF FRIGIDAIRE HAWAIIAN VACATION SWEEPSTAKES i keep one. !  1. You don't hove to be present to win. i!] Frank feels that Hwy. 31 over to the official street namer Talmage Griffin and to Chain- 200 Size ." 2. No employee or member of their immediate family of Frigidaire Soles **il should be named as a Boulevard ber of Commerce President |1 1,. 9ibleC'arP°rafi°n'°'°faFrlgidoiredealer'°r°fBtarfifflntetnati°n°liseli':iito win. ........ .::.¢':$| within the city limits of Mala- Eddie Souza. Mull it around runL^00 gal. /-19 { -",' ]V SLAB "" | . 3. The tour wdl cons,st of the actual ,tmefary os outhned m Bron,ff$ oil koff -- because Highway 31 boys! LI : Howallon Moncrcb Tc, €older, PLUS ,oul trip air fore ar two. ] takes in a lot of room. His other suggestion regard- | :,.Tmn$Wmmio, toondffomOalk|,.obebo,r.bye,inne. {| Re,aid it could be named ed my llandll..of a --. JJ! BACON ,. 39 | ;, 5 All applicable, foxes., ore the ,eqonstbility of the winner and Frigidaire !.,:i::: , "" ! - assumes no hob,ltty therefor, .!-:ii| for a person and Tanrer Boule- type of news coverage, and .I 1 ] " 6. You must be 21 years of age to register. ,<:::.}:!1 yard was his choice. The reason am not going into that for lea- Jl 1 "  " " ,-,,o.o,,,, .,,.,,,., .,,..,.,, ....,,,,,,,,,,,, ,e;,..,,-.*:.,.:* ,...':' he gave for the change was this. Cedar Farm or H? NEE Lone Star BEEF-CHICKEN-TURKEY 5/$ See us! We can do almost any- thing (financially speaking) except pay your bills. You'd be surprised how many services we offer. Come in and find out how we can help you. KRINKLE KUT Donald Duck Orange JuJce'00,nO00 • 3/$1 You will find that besides providing the traditional banking services, such as Savings and Checking accounts, we have and can create services to fit your spe- cial needs. Think of us as your financial one-stop service store. Why not investigate full service banking? Come in and put us to work for you . . . the sooner the better. You won't regret it! CITIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 Member Federal Deposit Insnrance Carl, oration Malakolf, Texas 7,51,8 LETTUCE Head 15¢ RED POTATOES Sunkist 10lb. 49(: ORANGES Bag