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Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in Henderson and adjoingunties, $5.50 per year t4sewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office at Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second clas matter., Published by Territory Times Publishing Co, Malakoff Texas. Page 2 P.O.Box 59 Mahkoff, Texas 75148 ::: Telephone 214/489-0531 :: i!i Published Continuously Since 1913 :: ........ i i i: DONNA SCHEIBE ALEXANDER i i iiil : Publisher :':: :i; Editor & tneral manager ......... Tom Herline :.: : Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee !'ii •• '" 1,2 !i!i :: 2"i: i ..... 1977 A, SOClATION ad lib Ten-year old Paula McKee is my guest columnist this week. She attended the meeting of the Business & Professional Women's Club Monday night at the Seven Points City Hall with her mother, Barbara McKee. She was so impressed with the program she decided to act as the newspaper's re- porter for the event. A program on fire prevention and safety measures was presented to the B&PW. This is her version. Apdl Deadline For School Transfer Jack K. Murray, Superin- tendent of Malakoff Public Schools, announced today that April 29 is the last day to accept transfer applica- tions for the 1977-78 school Stories About Fires In Seven Points at City Hall Written by Paula McKee 1 st story If your in a bedroom with your door closed always feel at the top of the door before you go out because if there is a fire outside the door then you better think of the easiest way for you to get out. 2nd Story If there is smoke in your house than get on the ground and push your best way out. 3rd Story Always have a meeting place for your kids to go if there were a fire where the parnts won't have to wonder about them. 4th Story Have something by the window to break it if yott or your kids could not get out the door. 5th Story Two men filled a barrel of water and then put gasoline year. A transfer application is a in it and got a stick and put ument which is t be gasoline on it to burn an completed by parents who live in another school district but wish their children to attend school in the Malakoff system. Parents who have this particular situation are advised to come to the Guidance Office at Malakoff High School and obtain this application. After completing this form, it is to be returned to the Guidance office or to the Superintendent of Schools. If this application is not filed on or before April 29, then the transfer student will be ruled as ineligible to attend Malakoff Public Schools, in accordance with the policies of the State Board of Educa- tion and the Texas Education Agency. Parents are also advised that the tuition charged for transfer students in the Malakoff Public Schools is $90.00 per year. If the student's home school district will not pay the tuition charge, then parents will be billed for the above amount during the 1977-78 school year. For additional information contact Murray at 489-1152. Junior High Honor R011 The Malakoff Junior High A and B Honor Roll has been announced for the fourth six weeks. The following students made the A Honor Roll: 8th, Angela Burch, Gaylon Edwards, Kim Gawlick, Kathie Phinney, Julie Sneed, Marium Venable and Lisa Woolverton. 7th, Angle Allen, Traci Newman and Lisa Weeks. The following students made the B Honor Roll: 8th, Brian Cain, Jana Graves, Chip Mechele Holyfield, Curtis Ivey, Jeanette Johnson. Gene Perry, Deborah Wallace, and James SMith. 7th. Laurette Armstrong, Belinda Boykin, Brenda Clark, Kelly Doss, Laura Hamilton, Hazel Jackson, Leah Keisling, Kerry Marshall. Kathy Morris, Lisa Newland, and Don Norwood, exsperment and got a fire exstensure and put it out to show people how to put it out if there were a fire. P.S. Don't know two mens name. I'm negotiating with Paula's mother to see if we can't get her to cover more meetings for us. MALAKOFF NEWS ::. "2:::k;:::::::;:::::::;::::::::;:i:!::;:i;!:!::!.::i::.:i:i iii00 Malakoff News ! : iiii Leona Lewis hosted a Mrs. Carl Mathes m t TH ANNIVERSARY-- Street in Malakoff. All Mr. and Mrs. Itoward relatives and friends are Rampy will be observing invited to attend from 2 to 5 their 50th wedding p.m. A request has been anniversary March 27 at issued that no gifts be their home at 1014 N. Cedar brought, please. ilii Police Report On Mar. 17, Miss Bonita Jackson on Lincoln Street reported to Chief Richard Wilson someone broke into her house and took a record player and two speakers. It is under investigation. On Mar. 17, Officer Sonny Myers and Chief Wilson stopped a vehicle on 31 West and took a Palestine man into custody for drunk in vehicle, driving on wrong side of road and excessive speed. On Mar. 19, Officer Myers and Officer Bill Clark stopped a vehicle on Mitchum Street for weaving in the roadway. A Kerens man was taken into custody for drunk in vehicle and no driver's license. On Mar. 20, Officer Clark stopped a vehicle on High- way 31 East and took a Malakoff man into custody for drunk in vehicle. to the editor To the Editor: birthday dinner Sunday, for her father, W. C. Reed of Kerens and her grand- daughter, Kendra Lewis of Malakoff. Mr. Reed was 80, and Kendra was 2. Those attending included Mr. and Mrs. Reed, Kendra, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Boyd and Tricia of Palestine, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pressley of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Riley of Houston, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Moore and Gedyce McAfee of Dallas, Dana McKeithen, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lewis and Tyler and Mrs. and Mrs. J. C. Lewis• Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Cude of Houston spent the weekend with Mrs. Ruth Cude and Flonnie Cude. Mrs. Jimmy White and daughter Cindy and son Jeff of Garland visited Mr. and Mrs. J.G. Fowler this weekend. Alean Kirk is visiting Mr. and Mrs. tlerbert Williams. Shelly and Jerry McLain of Dallas visited the J.A. McLains this weekend. Charles Foster of East- land was in Malakoff Satur- day. Bill and Mary Sue Christianson of Port Neches visited her parents, Mr. and Malakoff this weekend. Mrs. Christianson is recuperating from a recent auto accident. June Boyd is back at work at Citizens State Bank following recent surgery. Ricky Baker of Malakoff entered the United States Air Force Delayed Enlist- ment Program on March 14. Airman Baker selected the Aircraft Mechanic area for job training and will attend a six week Basic Military Training Course at Lackland AFB, San Antonio, Tex., beginning on March 25. Mrs. Velma Nokes won $15 when her name was drawn last week in the Bowling for Dollars program over a Dallas television station. Tommy and Linda Tanner went to Big Springs last weekend to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Tanner and Mr. Mrs. J.R. McMurray. Fred and Mary Carter, Freda and John of Midlothian visited the Eugene Carters for the weekend. Jill Hustead and Jary of Houston visited Idellah Fowler Friday and Saturday. Donna Alexander's "Ad Lib" article in the February 24, 1977, edition of your paper is one of the best I have ever read. It is written exceptionally well, and to the point. I agree with you whole- hemtedly. I feel that every American citizens should read it, because my son, too, went to Vietnam. Catherine W. Vaughn Administrator Henderson County Mem- orial Hospital Ahtens, Texas Read The News Watt Norman Jr. for Trustee AN OPPORTUNITY FOR TEXANS ! Want to be your own boss? Own your own business! Each dot on the map indicates a city where WHITES is seeking a franchise to open and operate another WHITES AUTO STORE. Over 147 Texas towns to choose from. plus other prime locations in neighboring states. Could you he the one we're looking for? 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