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Malakof News " The(e Rice left 20 Cannon City, 'ado. a there he led tdansas City, auri wt he spent the 55 davisiting with ts. E returned to ikoff est. Patrick's Welcohome Mr. Rice. the vs have missed Waco, and Michael York of Chicago. MALAKOFF CEMETERY DONATIONS Paul and Gladys Powers of Port Neches are visiting his father John Powers and his s. Sanrooks and Mrs. r Wil of Dallas bro- Mrs. in Faulk home ah few days' visit them Dallas. biting the home of the Dral over the week- Were. and Mrs. S.N. net Malakoff: and Ciyo%se of Trinidad; L rake of Houston, I)re, her grandson of Melissa Lvnn Renteria. daughter of'Mr, and Mrs. Armando Renteria, was born March 7, 1975 at Navarre County Memorial Hospital in Corsicana. The little miss weighed seven pounds 12 ounces at birth and is 192 inches long, Melissa Lynn is welcomed by her big brother, Ryan Paul, grandparents: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Renteria, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. N.'E. LaMer all of Ranger, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnston of Tatum; great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R:M. Davenport of Breckenridge and Mrs. Memory O.A. Phillips Jr.: Mrs. Dessie Thomas Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Carson Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Walker Mrs. Brad Stacy Mrs. Lee Riddlesperger Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lewis Mrs. G.H. ttoh Memory Maude Dernshek Donation: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hammock $10.00 sister Cosette Barnett in Malakoff for a week. Marine Sgt. Maurice G. White Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G. White Sr. of 208 E. Tyler St., and husband of the former Miss Rebecca A. Anding of Route 1, all of Athens, Tex., is helping pro- vide disaster relief to the people of Mauritius, an island* in the Indian Ocean. He is embarked with the Marine Detachment aboard the nuclear-powered guided missile cruiser USS Long Beach. which is assigned to escort the nuclear-powered attack aircraft carrier USS Odessa Johnston of Athens. Enterprise. ' Reminiscence March 20, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 9 ESAA Adult, Student Groups Hold Meetings Mrs. Joy Conner, Mr. I.W. Brown, and Mrs. Virgie L, On'. The ESAA Student Advisory Committee met in the Junior High School Library at 11:30 on March 14, 1975, They discussed their roles The ESAA adult advisory Committee met in its regular monthly meeting March 13, 1975 in the High School Library. They discussed the corres- pondence that had been re- ceived on current programs and tentative plans for the 1975-1976 school year. in planning for future Those attending were Mr. programs in the school L.E. Orr, Mrs. Tena Tatum, curriculum. They also dis- Star Harbor Marina Both ships were diverted Under New Management m from a routine cruise and dispatched to render aid after a cyclone struck the island. Upon resuming the cruise, White is scheduled to visit Singapore. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: "' - ........ :i: i! Malakoff Menus MALAKOFF MENU March 17- 19 Monday: Beef and spa- ghettii, purple hull peas, cole slaw, corn meal yeast roll, pudding, milk. Tuesday: Cubed beef and potatoes, string beans, pickled beets, french bread, jello, milk. Wednesday: Chili dogs, french fries and catsup, baked beans, Easter cake, milk. EASTER HOLIDAY 7am to 7pm. 7 days a week TEXACO GAS - 64 Covered Stalls GROCERIES - Free Boat Ramp BAIT Cleanout .forSelfcontained Private Yacht Club-opening about May 15-for Membership Ap call 451-2421 Located Southeast Corner of Lake off Hwy 90 Marina Office- 489-1575 tthe best-loved tales t |alakofi dates back [lay1930 whon the mule reahove spint 27 days |i-' hours in a flo?ded temine uhqsting on ite coal. the bark e mine timher and its rnes., The memorable ere was brought in by ell of Trinidad Rt i. I tlred, who was working at the mine when the incident occurred. The man in the picture was Clifford Durden of the Malakoff Fuel Co. The whole historic happening started when a lake near the mine strip head just collapsed and started pouring into the mine. Some dozen workers fled the mine. but two mules. this one and another were trapped by the ru.shing waters. The mine was pumped out, but it took the better part of a month, and the lake Cap Shirey. was more than a little surprised to find this mule still alive and well, apparently saved by an air pocket down in the mine. The other mule was less fortunate and drowned. 00CHOOL i ii , cATTLEMAN'S SUPPLY Nipak Fertilizer LIQUID OR DRY BAG OR BULK CUSTOM APPLICATION STORE HOURS 8:00 to 5:30 Monday thru Sat. 489-1509 Molakoff 220 Hwy. 31 East ,i II INSURANCE sales Representative I I b,,,c'c,=Ja BUS. PI. 4891820 bomBugsy won't. er you again, with Klenatron bug killers. From Page I aati0narv contracts were :ialaed f'0r some and not Others. rae changes were made in 7 nnel as a result of Jerry" r,, now CVA farm, ranch h general mechanics {er at the junior high ,. transferred to the agri- ul, e  teacher's post at the tl S ;, chool to replace Mr. ;.S Code who is retiring. le blill has been named to r'-ce Gra n Ech. y. He had bee '. lag junior high school ,ec e ilo " Ann Benton, a s  and business major | e.Ployed to replace Hill. b': s a Implement Co., }aetC Was granted a con- Lb ,ur an International Cub ,aoy tractor and sixty-inch ;;0r. With a low bid of [Arthus Ap liance Center as _P [a;iaglVen the contract for | g the old air conditioning e_ frrn the old Malakoff tietary School and in- ng them in the new tax 2 s With new ducts, grills, N?s00ts and electric heat |" His low bid was $1,510. ' trUstees granted an l[',[ent of the 'city of "off t tlbe o allow McKee ts,_L " r Co. cross the north- [o/trner of the elementary Ilia- Campus with a sewer [.e, to reach a house the are ltlg. The sewer line ywill ItfLtUrned over to the city |-r COmpletion. ea k,'J S Appraisal Service r  ted t s on schedule with tea t Ppraisal of all property r. he school district. The fftaisal should be com- - " in June. t is Insurance Agency, [ writers for Aetna alty & Surety Co. was rded a fleet insurance cy for one year for $1,830. lower bid by Malakoff !ao rance Agency of $1,800 it  rejected because it ex- qed one of the school 'qIoyees which was left on llarris Agency's bid. thj ae 1975-76 calendar shows ' first day of classes for dents beginning on gUst 20, at midweek. It will the school system's first ooI year under the quarter stetn, it was disclosed. Ktenatron Electronic Bug Kit{ere attract mosquitos, gnats, moths, midgies and other flying insect pests with ultra-violet "blacklight". The insect pests, attracted by the light, fly right into Klenatron:s Electro-Static grid, wiping out as many as. 70,000 bugs in one hour in your yard, patio, pool, play or picnic area. So get one today. And start enjoying your nights out, tonight. Hardy's Pharmacy Hwy. 31 489-1800 cussed their duties as a Jay Johnson, Stanley member of the committee. Loggins, Cindy Ashton, The members present were: Tammy White, Meta Trimble, Mary Parks, Rosemary Diaz, and sponsor, Mrs. Virgie L. Vicki Smith, Helen Tarver, Orr. COMPLETE IBZ]30000] AUTOMOTIVE seRvce Keep your car young longer, by having the oil changed and a lube job done regmlarly ! N NER MOTOR Closed At Noon Saturday 1 l0 E. Mitcham - 489-1292 HENDERSON COUNTY needs an up-to-date AMBULANCE SERVICE with new and modern equipment ,...and trained personnel to assist your every need. Now Is Your Chance To HELP YOUR COUNTY and SAVE $$ TOO! ENROLL NOW In Our Ambulance Service Membership Plan. Thc mcmhtrs/til plan iHchah's, . . . Ambulance Service To All MemberS... As Often As Medically Necessary. Transportation To All Major Medical Facilities Within A 50 Mile Radius Of The County, Including - Tyler, Corsicana, Jacksonville, A&I Dallas. , Calls With The Exception Of The Above Named Cities Which Are Outside A 50 Mile Radius Of The County At The Low Rate Of $ .50 Per Mile. QUALIFIED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS ON EVERY CALL O In the event the members use the Ambulance Service and I have Insurance covering such expense, the company will provide the member with a receipt in the amount of the membership, this will essentially re-imburse the member his enrollment fee. Membership enrollment is S25.00 per family S15.00 per single member and open until March 31, 1975. No Membership enrollment after this date. Membership is for a 12 month period, which will expire at midnight March 31, 1976. The membership covers all members of tle family husband and wife, and all children of the family under 21 years of age .... including all students at school over 21 years. MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION FOR AMBULANCE SERVICE HCT JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE COMPANY, INC. OF TEXAS Enclosed is CASH [] CHECK  FOR  $15.00 . $25.00 Enroll me in the 1975-76 AMBULANCE SERVICE PLAN INDICATED BELOW: FAMILY [] No. in family , . List family members (husband and/or wife, children under 21 living It home) on reverse side. INDIVIDUAL [] RENEWAL --"J NEW MEMBERSHIP i'_- Make check or money order payable to and mat} this 8ppbcaton to JORDAN AMBULANCE SERVICE CO., INC., OF TEXAS, P. O. BOX 1429, ATHENS, TEXAS, 75751 NAME PHONE: (214) 675-1911 STREET Phone No. CiTY List Family Members & Ages on revmm de. THIS IS NOT AN INSURANCE POLICY. SPECIAL NOTE !1 Ambulance Service for all non.members will be $50.00 per call. Plus an additiorl charge of $1.00 per mile beyond the city limits from which the ambulance was dispatched, and a $10.00 fee for use of oxygen and/or other special equipment used. Should more than one member of a family use tle service, each additional member will be charged at half price! .( i i!!!i:i i