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l{~--Wlte llh~kdf New, Thursday, March M, 1981 Atlantic salmon are able to leap 15 feet hiah. Election to be held April 4 ~ _ __=_=_=_=_--_--_=_=_=_~ ......... .aPtiPk.~ Bricks Cracked ? Sills Rotten? Unlevel Floors? --CALL-- Derl Cannon Rt. 1, Athens 675-7096 , _~_--_--___------__--_~_~_~_- -: .... I $111 I[ III [ [ r Tom Parker, D.D.S. Dent~ performed b~ Itceneed. e=perienced detint who i. concerned about you end your dental health. We went you to be completely pl~tmd with both tim tmttawnt sad ,lW m~dt~ Services Qeality desJiotry tt affordable prises. Canute us for eeood opiate, on l~4Jr daniel treatment. We this& you will be flad ymt did. Oar 8kn io to peovMo toebaJesi, hJb|y ~lmteet t~ntmont in way that ao I~at~t. eemferteble. nd foist|of for you Its imo@ibie. enem nd 8even Point Office (214) 432-2701 Garland Office 12nil 27t.tsm Quinlen Office (214) 38e.3672 .~ K_ , ,,, l [, Walter L. Jakcson is a 50-year native of Malakoff, graduate of Malakoff High School and Texas A&M University with a degree in agriculture. A cattle ran- cher for many years, he is a former stockholder and employee of City Building Supplies, Inc. of Malakoff. His wife, Mary Louise Jackson, is a sixth grade teacher in Malakoff Elementary School. One son and two daughters have all graduated from Malakoff High School and one son is presently a junior in M.H.S. He is a past member of the Malakoff City Council and the Board of Trustees of the Malakoff Independent School District. He is a member, deacon and treasurer of First Baptist Church, Malakoff. "I feel that the education of all the young people in our school district is the responsibility of the board of trustees. The board of trustees should strive for excellence in education, exercise good judgement in financial expenditures of the district, be responsible to the tax- payers for a reasonable tax rate and see that the operation of the school district is conducted in an acceptable business.like manner, and as required by the Texas Education Agency. I feel that I can be a representative for each student and each taxpayer in the district. I will take a firm stand on all issues, always being open minded and listening to the voters, whom I will represent." For All Your hods Ca,1676-6771 Athens 24 Hours AOay 7 Doys A Week 312 Underwood Street * Athens, Texas We Install end service complete gas systems Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * .a WALTER L. JACK8ON LARRY CALLAWAY Cross Roads School menu MARCH 30-APRIL 3 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Toast, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancake, juice, milk. Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Fish, baked beaus, cole slaw, cornbread, cookie, milk. Tuesday: Lasagna, blackeyed peas, salad, cornbread, pudding, milk. Wednesday: Chicken and dumplings, spiced peaches, green beaus, crackers, cake, milk. Thursday: Steak and gravy, buttered rice, pinto beans, hot rolls, syrup, milk. Friday: Hamburger, lettuce, tomatoes, pickles, french fries, cheese squares, fruit, milk. ROYALL-I N S'U RA'NCE ;AG E ICY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. See... Sue Barnett 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W, Royall Blvd. - ,,, ";- ~,,, O Larry Calawny has filed for election to the Malakoff Independent School District board of trustees. He is a 1973 graduate of Malakoff High School, is 26 years old and has been employed by Texas Power & Light for seven years. He is married to the former Lori Monroe and they have two children, Jeffrey, 5, and Rendi, 2. They are residents of Malakoff. Lori is employed by The Malakoff News. He said, "I believe that anyone that is elected to this position should strive to keep the quality of our schools at its very beet. We owe our students the best passible teaching and athletic oppor- tunities that are affordable to our district." "The people and parents of this school district should be able to feel that any matter concerning it would be dealt with by a fair, open-minded board and at the same time be able to handle personal problems in a discrete man- ner." "If elected, I will strive toward these goals as well as try to inform anyone with a question as to my feelings con- eernlng the issue at hand. I would like to ask for your support in the upcoming Malakoff ISD election," he said. Calawny is a member of the Malakoff Volunteer Fire Department, is current president of the TP&L Park Beard and is an officer of Local Union 1128 IBEW. He is also a member of Parkview Baptist Church of Malakoff. Turn of the Century method removes caffeine from coffee How do they take the caffeine out of decaffeinated coffee? They use a method developed at the turn of the century, says C tn Ryan- Crowe, a foods and nutrition specialist. JAN SNEED "I am a candidate for dependent School Board Janeth M. Sneed said in political announcement. "I have been married for Jackie B. Sneed who is Sales Manager for am the mother of one son, graduated as president of 1980 at Malakoff High freshman at Henderson College and is a member Baptist Church of daughter, Julie is 18 and a Malakoff High School. She is of the National Honor gradute, and is High School Band. She is a the First United Malakoff. "We moved to Cedar 1971 and lived in Seven and one-half years. We home in Lakewood Dev, years. "My qualifications are as am a concerned, tax Basically, a chemical solvent, owner. I have beensecretar methylene chloride, is applied either of the Malakoff Booster Club directly to the bean, or hot water is ap- years. I am extremely plied with the solvent, and then the aspects of education and solvent separatm the caffeine from the school curriculum. solution, the spaciallst explains. "I would like to see Dr. Ryan-Crowe is on the home parents work together again economics staff of the Texas pride and school spirit back to] Aaricultural Extemion Service, The High School, ' she said. Texas A&M University System. New greenbug, Joem Q. A~ PAY TO t~ & q ?O& ? So" We offer checking. And we can offer it with interest and no monthly maintenance charges ff you carry the minimum balance. Our checking account works Just like a bank's traditional checking account-- except that the First Savings Checking Account pays 5V4% interest, compounded dally. Inter, t on your checking -- it's a real plus. THE DETAILS By maintaining a minimum monthly checking balance of 8500 or a minimum monthly savings balance of $1,000, you can enjoy a checking account without having to pay a regular monthly main- tenance charge. And persons 60 years of age or older pay no maintenance charges, regardless of balance. Should your balance fall below the minimum requirements, a 87. 50 monthly main- tenance charge will be assessed. Or, ff you don t wish to maintain the required balance, First Savings offers interest- bearing checking accounts at a nominal monthly fee. All checking account interest is com- pounded daily -- that gives you an effective annual yield of 5.39%. Inter- est earnings are paid monthly on the average balance. Your statements will be mailed to you each month with can- celled checks and all transactions will be itemized. A 8100 minimum deposit is required to open an account. A SENSIBLE WAY TO MAKE MONEY ON YOUR MONEY A First Savings Checking Account works like other checking accounts but it earns interest like a savings account. The larger your balance, the larger your interest. No monthly maintenance charge when you maintain a 8500 minimum checking balance. No monthly maintenance charge when you maintain a minimum 81,000 savings balance. No monthly maintenance charge ff you are 60 years of age or older. A monthly statement, with cancelled checks, showing all your transactions. Deposits insured to 8100,000 by FSLIC. OF ATHENS Athens * Malakoff Mabank Wills Point Kaufman * Forney An Affiliate of lnvest-Tex, Inc. Member FSLIC midge threaten sorghum crop Sorghum growers now with a new type of greenbug to the perennial villian, the ! new greenbug, or biotype E, was found in Texas Panhandle. It's a entire sorghum crop m it attacks sorghum previously greenbug entomologist with Agricultural Extension A&M University Sys producers must check greenbugs and spray at levels of greenbug to avoiding midge damage early planting of sorghum. I INVENTORY idaire y Pair To get clothes thorOt doused, scrubbed, a clean, the tub and a work together, powerful churning of cleanin g po Ner Frigidaire s 2- vay Surging Wash Act No need to waste 11o water, deterg laundry aids. aire Washer Water Level setectO lets you match the of water to the washload--from a pieces to a full 18 = For big-f you acity. This Fri Iow,ng vides up to dry. At one time.