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March 20, 1975

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K.A. MAY LA. May, candidate for of Trinidad, today the following state- ! of qualification: am 57 years of age and I hved m Trimdad 22 served on the Trinidad Council for eight years. 10 years previous in a large city treatment plant in honest, clean ' government. 4y record and past exper- Speaks for itself and I I am qualified to serve and provide the needed for progress City of Trinidad. and the prob- and working conditions city employees and I Can work with them and council at all times. announce- by K.A. May Texas Highway Patrol 11 accidents on in Henderson during the month of according to Scott, Highway SUpervisor of this area. 11 accidents have in two deaths and for the month of ?' CHARLES WOOD COuld you afford a $20,000 hospital bill? know the costs of seri- and acc*dents re- hospitalization are ris- a fantastic rate and r increases are ore - Even a short stay m a aL Wth bills for nurses S, Surgery and all those can make your confine- a financial nightmare of other health in- you now have a Ma}ot Plan is essentia{ for Clion of yOU and you can tell you about Comes to your rescue 806 Malibu Texas 75148 489.1340 489-1335 Tiger Cindermen Finish Sixth At Rusk Relays The Malakoff Tiger track team finished sixth place over all out of fourteen teams at the West Rusk Relays Friday March, 14. This was the teams first track meet of the season and at the end of the day they thought they had done fairly well. Coach John Smith and his team will be working very hard this week in preparation for the Van'dal Relays The following people reciev- ed medals in the West Rusk Meet: Clay Smith, second place shot putt; George Jack- son, first place shot putt; James Jackson, third place shot putt; Mike Chandler third place, 880 yard dash, and Jimmy Davis, third place 120 yard high hurdles. Cross Roads Sets Little League Meet The Cross Roads Little League organizational meeting has been scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the Cross Roads School, it was announced this week by Dominick Greco. All interested parents are urged to attend, he said. Singspiration To Benefit Wreck Victim A Singspiration benefit program has been scheduled for Saturday, April 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the Cross Roads School gymnasium to benefit the family of Mrs. Laverne Drummond who was seriously injured in an auto accident a month ago. Mrs. Drummond, a proof- reader at the Athens Review, is now home with her four children, but in traction after an extended period in the hospital. The four Drummond children attend Cross Roads School. Three religious singing groups, including the Good News Gospel Singers, of Cross Roads and Scurry, the North Park Gospel Chorus from Dallas, and the Gospel Hour Quartet of Rosser will perform. Hamp Manning and his son, Skip, of Cross Roads, are members of the Good News Gospel Singers. The other members of the six-man group are from Scurry. where Manning is pastor of a church. Tickets are being sold for $1 to the benefit performance, but friends and acquaintances are being urged to contribute as much as they wish, according to Dominick Greco, principal of Cross Roads School, who is helping coordinate the program. Five area churches are helping to promote ticket sales, Greco said. Some 65 persons are expected to attend from Mesquite, he said. Advance Tickets Sl Each TRIUMPHANT ANNUAL TOUR Ak'ItlAL BALLET STARS IN SPARKLING COS- TUML, TUMBLERS, ACROBATS & HILARIOUS SLGWNS, PERFORMING WiLD BEASTS AND UOMESTIC ANIMALS- AN EXHIBITION THAT IS WORTH WHILE CLARK & WALTERS CIRCUS :|AV| $ $ BUY DISCOUNT TICKETS Sponsored By Rotary Club Malakoff March 25th, 6 & 8p.m. Adults- sl Chidren- '12S March 20, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS -Page 3 IB Hwy, 85 & 90 Seven Points, Texas Shop Gibson's and DECKER Bacon 1 LB. Milk Rolls 29' Ball Fruit Jars WHITE RAIN Hair Spray 13 OZ. STONE GROUND Corn Meal 2 LB. BAG CHEE WEES QT. PT. DOMINO Sugar- 5 LB. BAG $179 HEINZ TOMATO Ketchup 32 OZ. ORIG. DECKER QUALITY JUMBO Franks \\; ASSORTED CHEESE 39 ONION 'j/ ,I l i:.