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h,,--Th Malakoff News, Thursday, March 24, 1983 :'! i i: '['N|$ IS HIS BURGLARY TOOL HOW'D HE USE IT?,,, .I ,/ .p HE IT THROUGH THE WIN[X)W ....... J Check the advertisers in the M a ak,)'ff I:ev rs They may have just what you are looking for. Box 509 489-0531 Malakoff, Texas 75148 per year in Henderson and adjoining counties. ering It's difficult being a parent. One of the most difficult times is when you have to turn loose a little, when your youngest becomes a teenager. That will happen to us Saturday, when son Chad moves from the half- price 12-year-old status to the "trying teens." How can it be? It seems only yester- day that we brought him home from the hospital on an Easter Sunday morning, a tiny bundle of love. There is, of course, a time for all seasons, and Chad's teenage season must begin. It was difficult for me when he was only three and asked that the training wheels be removed from his first bike. It was difficult when he first started jumping ramps, when he learned to shoot a BB gun and when he spent his first night away from home. I cried when he had his first fight, cried when he broke his collarbone and cried when I opened this year's Valentine card. Fortunately, he didn't know that I fire, cautious cried, selves and were The big break-away came last week, land around them." however, while Trinidad students were "But he's so young," I said out of school for spring break,defeat. Chad, Tommy Ardoin, Ricky Stan-Needless to say I didn't field, Kevin Carter, Ryan Renteria and that night. I listened Don Elsom got together early their first or other threats of free day with plans to camp out over- listened for the sound of night, voices nearing home. Chad had talked with his fatherI left for work early before I arrived home that day.morning. My route ha "Are you really going to let him stay down the road where I down there all night with no adults?" I tent. asked after hearing the plans. The boys were like I have asked him "are you really thetentand going to let him?" numerous times over I stopped the car to the past 13 years. "Good morning," I said. "He's nearly a teenager," his father youdoing?" reminded me. "Cooking pancakes," Most of the group involved had been I drove away slowly, out for a Boy Scout camping trip a through my car mirror. I couple of weeks before, that I cried again. "They handled themselves well,"It seemed only Bobby said. "They were careful with cooked hispancakes. 50 years ago The Swanson building, formerly oc- cupied by the Sonendriker Market, has been rented by Mrs. R.A. Brown of Ft. Worth and is at this time being com- pletely renovated and repaired, preparatory to the opening of a new and up to date beauty parlor. Listed as cash specials at Harbour's Grocery this week are Maxwell House Coffee, 72 cents; Potted Ham, 25 cents By CURT 8CARBOROUGH. Ph.D. um pm tt ta dei st ts , ut Question - Common over-the-counter medications may contain alcohol ranging by volume from 0.S to 69 per- cent. A recent survey by the University of Texas pharmacy department revealed how many drugs containing some alcohol? a) 1,000 b) SO0 c) 100 d) 50 Answer - More than 500 drugs contain some alcohol. One popular anti-cold potion contains 25% alcohol, the equivalent of a 50-proof alcohol beverage. The recommended daily dosages of many geriatric tonics provide the users with the same amount of alcohol found in 4~ ounces of wine. Ounce for ounce many medications are stronger than cocktails. Valerian, a compound sometimes prescribed for mild cases of nervousness and hysteria, contains 68% alcohol, equivalent to 13@ proof. Correct answer - b. TJLN.E. {Turn Alcohol Narcotic* Education, Inc.), 67711 Greenville Ave., Dofiss, Texas 75231. for I0 cans; Post Toasties, five cents; Snowdrift, 77 cents; and milk, 25 cents for 10 cans. 40 years ago i ' James R. Jackson, son of Mrs. John- nie Mac Jackson of Malakoff, has received his Navy Training Course Cer- tificate at Alameda, California and has been promoted to Seaman First Class, according to advices received here this week. Arthur Riddlesperger, son of Mrs. C.A. Rlddlesperger of Malakoff, has been promoted to the rank of Corporal in the United States Army Air Corps at Majors Field, Greenville, Texas, ac- cording to information received here thisweek. 30 years ago The local general merchandise firm of "Kirby's," established in Malakoff in the Spring of 1919 by the late A.L. Kir- by, will observe its 34th business an- niversary in "The Lignite City," with a full week's bargain and entertainment event, starting today. , Tom Linum, high school principal of the Hearne Public Schools, was named Superintendent of the Malakoff In- dependent School District at a called meeting of the local school board Wed- nesday morning. 20 years ago Mrs Paul W. Lewis of Trinidad received one of the top district honors given by Trinity District of the Texas Federation of Women's Clubs this year. Mrs. Lewis, teacher in the Trinidad schools, was named Teach of the Year. Area residents dismissed from Haynes Hospital this week were Jessie Hustead, Jack Allen, Mrs. Arthur Byars, Weldon Conger, Mrs. Glenn Johnson and Rosie Conger. Texas Department of Public Safety "',:: TEXAS PRESS AS$~IATION 10 years ago Faye Payne and Belinda I Published Continuously Since 1912 The Malakoff News Garrison Publisher ..................................................... Dan Dwells Business Manager ............................................. Tom Finley Editor .................................................... Ann Roummvall Assistant to the Editor ....................................... Lerl Callaway Sports Editor ............................................... Benny R~gers Advertising Representative ................................... Dawn IAmdy The Malakot~ New8 (3~S7~0 is Imblish~l weekly by Community Information Cmmw, Inc., st )~daltoff, 'Ix., poet office addrms being P. O. Box 500, ~off, 'Ix. 75148. SubeeripUeo rattan: 84.00 pan" year ia ~ County (;3,S0 for senior cltbu~s); M.S0 p4f year in Teus; ~.I0 par yoaur e~wlw~ la o0o- tinmtal United States. Seeoml-elua pmtngo laid st ldalddf, 'Ix. 75148. POSTMASTER: Send addrm clmngm to Tbe MalakMf News, p. O. Dog 60e, Malakoff, TL 75148 II mm ia mI ai I~ It sam ii li mi ii mil iO im OB mi gi ID tiiJ iimiii ai i i i ~ i Yes, ! want to subsem*Ibe! ()Please send me a one year sulmcriptiou closed Is my check for $_____, Name. to The Malakoff News. l I Eo- I I I i l I l ,I I I I City I ( ) Please send $ I 8eat T0: I Name_ I Address a gift subseriptim 8tats 7Jp.._.___ in my name. Enclesed is my check for 8this l mp__ l I l I I I ! ! ! ! I ! ! ! ! ,! I I I I I .I I ----:: ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! SUBSCRIPTION RATF : $4.00 per year in Hm lm on Cmmty H.S0 per year elsewhere In Texas $1.50 per year elsewhere in continental U. S. Mall To: YIm M lakeff News P. O. Box SOt, Malakeff, Texas 15148 :::ZZzZZZ=--=- ==--==_=-- Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the term below with present address and your new one. and drop it in the mall (or bring itby the office). Present Address: Name I Address I City State Zip, .New Address: Name I I Address I City I I I I/i aim mie io mm .... state , , Zip Mall to: The Malakoff News P.O. Box H0, Mainkoff, Texu 15148 mi mi Im mi mm i0 IO ie IM am ai mili mm iOOm ib im ai am i i i i i i were the top award reci annual MHS All Sports day night. Payne received Charles Turner and Garrison was rem Carolyn Vieregge Attitude Eddie Souza of Malakoff week as president of the County Park Board and was severing all relations board. Souza's resignation pted by the stacles" created by coun which prevented the R.H. Lee Park. 5 years ago John E. Hudson was coach and athletic director at High School Monday regular session of Hudson, who has been with school system two years, Bobby Anderson, who resignation recently. Homer Ray another term as Malakoff Dad's Club in held Thursday night at Restaurant in Athens. To: Edwin Lee Pelham Dofendant, Greottnr Yon are hereby commanded to appe~ ten anmec to the Plaintiffs o'clock/LM, of the find Mmday after tod~two da~ from the date of citotise, same bolnli Monday the 2nd d of or before ten o'clock A.M. Judicial District C~urt of Henderson Could~ Conrt Honse of said Coenty Said Plaintiffs Petition was 17th day of Saptember/i.D. 1983, bered 82A-590 on the of said EIsoa M. GJpsen Plaintiff, dam. A brief statement of the nature follows, to wit:* Suit on pmmtss~ nott as is mm "Plaintiffs P|tttion on file in this suit, If this dtotkm b not venml within the date of its issuance, Jt shall Im The officer exocutin| this p~ocess ueonto the Mine Kcmdin| u tho iew directs. land and IIVen under my hand aml Cond, at office In Athens, Texas, March A..D. 1983. District Cond, Public N THE STATE OF TEXAS 11): Cierence J. Thompson, GREETINGS: AR[ HEREBY COMMANDED bofme the H~ 17$rd iudtciel I danm famM,/, Texas, I in Athens, Texas, at of 5ofo~ 10 I ion /nut trim' the expiration of I I ~ of w~ of t~ dtotion Ihe petlt~ of Try/Idm D~er I P ut flied I~I, splont Clmnco J. TI~I~, md wit bdnI numbered 83A-131 Cond, and entitled "in The Intored i 11umponn and C~ Use onb~ Of whigh onfl hi | r ad~pUon of StopchHru. 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