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Page 8 MALAKOFF NEWS - April 3, 1975 Judy Newman Judy Newman Marihelen Jetter Asks Re-Election To CityCouncil Marihelen letter 00ud, 0000wmao Candidate For formally announced her candidacy for re-election to the Malakoff City Council this week. Mrs, Newman, the mother of three children, has been a resident of Malakoff for the past six years. She is em- ployed by Moore. Bateman and George, attorneys-at-law. She is a past vice president of PTO. past secretary of Malakoff Band Club; presi- dent two years of Malakoff Little Dribblers' Association. serves on the board of Mala- koff Public Library and serves as an ex-officio member of the Bicentennial Committee, tter fortnal statement follows: It has been a privilege and an honor for me to serve on the Council of Malakoff. I have gained much experience and knowlede, and through my tenure I have adopted a fierce pride in our City, 1v '-off is moving ahead a' our new water and cogram, we will. with- in . ew years, be one of the best equipped cities in the State. I have great pride in knowing that I was one of the people who was able to bring this bond election to the citizens of Malakoff for their passage, and through this issue we can progress and grow. As Mr, Jordan has stated I, too, have worked very diligently Lo bring our police force up to standard and I feel that we have more than reached a plateau above stan- dard in our police department. I fought for people on fixed- income by voicing the opinion of the majority to the utility companies over rate increases. Through mv office as Councilwoman I serve on the Malakoff Library Board. l fell that a library would be a great advantage to the young people of Malakoff for re- search, etc., and have worked closely with the Library Board and the City Council to co-ordinate these two bodies. and was instrumental in obtaining the building for the City to house the library. I serve as an ex-officio member of the Bicentennial Committee, Again, 1 feel that this organization is for the betterment of Malakoff by stimulating pride and com- munity togetherness in our City. As most of you know, 1 have always been available for discussion. My employers have been quite lenient with their time. and I have their support and assurance that they will continue to do so. ] have faithfully and dili- gently served the people of Malakoff to the best of my ability. The only platform that I can sak to be reelected on is my performance over the last two years that I have served on Council. If after examining my record the citizens of Malakoff feel that I have represented tham well. then I ask for your support and vote. It is the pople's choice, and the tmoDle that I serve. MISD Trustee Marihelen Jetter formally announced her cndidacy for Malakoff School District trustee this week. tier state- ment follows: I feel that being a member of the School Board would give me an opportunity to serve the community we've become so fond of. I am not on a crusade, nor do I disagree with anything in particular that the board has done. I feel that a womans view is very necessary to the proper balance on the board. I know that I could serve intelligently and fairly if given the opportunity. I've gotten to know a large majority of the student body, administrative staff, mer- chants and families of the area. I feel that I have a finger on the pulse of the community and could be of service by being on the board. I've been very active with the "Band Club". serving as chairman of Ways and Means Committee this year. working closely with the parents, students and teachers. My daughter. Robin Harris, has been a majorette for two years. Because of her. l've become very involved with all the school activities. When not working in the concession stand you'll find me in the bleachers cheering our home team on. I'm a homemaker with many interests: painting, clothing design, gardening and canning. I also raise Yorkshire Terrier dogs as well as represent a group of Indians in Arizona m dealing in Turquose Jewelry. After designing our home we built in Carolynn Estates four years ago. we moved here from Dallas. We love the lake area and intend to continue making this our home. I feel that we have a good school system and we're very happy being a part of this community. I also have two married daughters: one in California and one in Dallas. My husband Louis A. Jetter works in Dallas as Sales Co-ordinator with Southwestern Steel Container Company and commutes five days a week. M y mother lives with me. -- Political Announcement Paid by Marihelen Jetter Seed Book Published A U STI N-Seed growers who applied for inspection under the seed certification program are listed in the "'1974 Certified Seed Directory." "The majority of these growers have had several years of experience in the production of seed under the certification program" said Commissioner John C. White. For a free copy wnte to Commissioner John C. White, Texas Department of -Political Announcement Agriculture, P.O. Box 12847, Austin, Tex 7871 l Paid hy Judy Newman " " " Political Announcements T.L. "Sam" Tanner Sam Tanner Seeks Malakoff Trustee Post T.I,. "Sam" Tanner for- really announced his can- didacy for the Malakoff Inde- pendent School District trustee post this week ttis statement follows: l wax born in Forney. Texas. l am one of ten children raised on a cotton farm and very proud of this heritage. Married. to Miriam Bowman. 196Z father of three and expecting our fourth soon. My particular qualifica- tions include eight years teaching experience ranging from jobs in Class A 2A. and 4AAAA. l have a good knowledge of the school busi- ness: academically athletic- all)', from an administration and the finaneial and growth standpoints too. I ask for your vole to continue building a fine school. I ask for your vote because I think I am level headed enough to not let minor problems bowl me over, but to work as a team progressively. I will always try to visualise the hmg outlook rather than the short picture. People I am not running for this office to get. abuse, or neglect anything or anybody. I an] running tO try to give yotn' children and mine the over-all best education, best facilities and best staff, pos- sible at the most reasonable financial cost. Every community and especially small comnmnities should give everything pos- sible into making their school the Best. because Mr, and Mrs if vour children will. they can relate more to the school, get into more areas of- involvement, and nave a better start in life than children in much larger schools. Your school is big business: 1 am a business man. 3"out" school is a serious business, l try to be a comnlon-sense serious man ill such serious matters. If you take your school seriously.,..Seriously vote for T.I,. "Sam" Tanner. - Political Ad Paid for by T.L. '" Sam" Tanner My Neighbors Adolphus Fisher Adolphus Fisher Candidate For MISD Trustee Adolphus Fisher formally announced his candidacy for Malakoft School District trustee this week tits statement follows: As a concerned citizen 1 am interested in the continued progress of our educational system. I'm also interested in our community functions as a whole. I feel that more than one black representative on the school board is essential to the continued progress of our educational system 1 feel that I can help face problems that may arise in the future, I've lived in Malakoff for 33 years. I'm an active member of the Antioch Baptist Church and I)eacon, member of the l)ad's Club and office. I'm employed by The Cotton Belt Railroad. I'm the father of four children My wife Evelyn works at Mr. Fine. Alva s in the 5th grade. Adolphus Jr.. the 3rd grade. Antoninette in the 2nd grade and Pamalar in Kindergarden. Political Announcement Paid By Adolphus Fisher How Cancer Funds Will Be Spent "Poor ltarry, only had one hite all day anti that was from a prospeet's Beagle." B) Mrs. W.C. Feming, Jr. Funds given by "l'exas to lht' .,merican ('aneer Society will be >pent in these ways during fiscal year September 1. 11t74 till August 31. 1975. 'l'wcntx five cents for ('attl'eF research--our current itl. esttnenI spt)nsoring- investigations ]n eleven major 'Fvxa hospitals and medical ,chools and universities. Eleven cents lor Proles- ional educalion felh)wship and services--keeping physi- cans inh,rmed el recent de- velo[lnlents in treatnlent of ('1 n('eF. Twenty two cents for t)ublic education- informing Texas O[ ca ricer seven warnu-lg signals qa they max guard themsches and families against cancer, fi'ee fihns and exhibits and paml)hlets are available to all el Texas Twenty nine cents for ser- vice- providing cancer patients with comfort items. transportation sickroom equipment, information and guidance, and rehabilitation tor public, providing cancer detection through periodic ___ screening l)rograms for [" specific sites. Five cenk for program development and administra- tion Eight cents for Crusade-- providing crusade material for " .... over 300 unit campaigns which reach more than three million Texas families during the April crusade, developing memorial, legacy and special project programs, providing Carpet Area Rugs 8Xll 9X12 "" I1' FROM E | Ill L Phillips Appliance 202 N. Terry Malakoff .489-1529 (Bud) Aflhus Cross Roads Candidate L.D. IBud) Arthus formally announced hs candidacy for trustee of the Cross Roads Independent School District this week. His formal state- ment follows: I am a 40 yar old native of Cross Roads and went to school here. My children went to Cross Roads. I want my grandson to have the same opportunity to attend a good school. The last fiscal year the school had approximately $20.000 surplus after paying a $20.000 note. This year the school is in debt approxi- mately $50,000 because the board delayed getting bids on the new building and buying furniture. The bond of $150.000 was voted to build the building, buy furniture, and pay the architect and bondsman. Bus repairs have been tabled bv the board and has caused ineffecient operation of the bus routes. Last year Mr. Bristow, secretary of the board, refused to sign payroll checks that the board had approved. I don't believe one man has the authority to overrule the board. The board should listen to the people of the district. Board meetings should be held openly accord- ingly to the law. At one time a comnaittee of the board members met and wrote a new board policy without the administrator or anv of the public being present When questioned about the new policy, the board would not disclose any of the policies written. When asked to read the new policy in public, two board members walked out. The first consideration of any board member should be o the students. Children should be given every oppor- tunity possible to obtain an education without conflict. The Cross Roads School Board policy limits citizens right to speak. From the State board of education: "The school is losing accreditation because 'it" ('l'he Boardt has demonstrated a chronic un- willingness or inability to function in its proper role as a policy-making and appraisal body or to recognize an administrator as its chief executive officer and charge him with the administrative function. " -- Political ad Paid for by L.D. [Budl Arthus crusade staff assistance. A special thanks to all American Cancer Board metrd:,ers, officers of Amer- ican Cancer Society, all vol- unteer workers of Henderson Coumy who will be doing a great job in our April cursade, A coffee was held at the Spanish Trace dining room Friday. 9:00 a.m. for all volunteer workers of the , American Cancer Society. Mrs. W.C. Fleming. Jr., chair. man, gave welcome to guests present and told of work. Frank Sheppard Field, Repre- sentative of Tyler gave a talk and fihn. Some people believe that los- ing a bunch of keys is fatal. Eddie Shook Cross Roads Candidate M.E. IEddie) Shook today formally announced his can- didacy for the Cross Roads Independent School District board of trustees. His state- ment follows: I have been a resident of the Cross Roads School District several yearS. I moved into the district because I wanted my children in a small school. The school board should be an advisory and policy making body. It is directly responsible to the citizens. At one board meeting we  were told by the president of the board that they were tired of parents coming to meet- ings, and that they, the bodrd, were going to run the school the way they wanted. I am not in agreement with ::,,,,:  this type of response to the -,, people of the community. People should have a voice in the operation of the school. A hoard member is supposed to represent the people. Parents and taxpayers should be listened to and not walked out on as the present boa'rd has done. Most recent example of their rudeness was at the March 3. 1975 meeting when the board refused to answer a lady's request to hear the new board policy. Mr. Bristow and Mr. Turlington walked out. The present board took away the responsibility of setting up the kindergarten program from the adminis- Mrs. Patricia Neinast. Wor- trator and for eight months tidy Grand Matron, Grand made no preparation. Just Chapter of Texas, Order of the five days before classes were Eastern Star, will hold the to begin, they gave the- School at Tennessee Colony kindergarten program back to Texas in the Masonic Hall the administrator. This is today IThursdayL rhose only one example of the assisting her are Mrs. Mar- inability of the present board jorie Johnson, Grand Exam- to make decisions, iner, District i: Mrs. May In business for' myself I Delle Grubbs. District know that it is necessary to Deputh Grand Matron Dis- make preparations as far in trict 1; Mrs. Faye Kinabrew. advance as possible. Deputy Grand Matron. Dis- I feel the board is obligated to attend school functions. This ,'ear the girls' basket- OIL IN THEM ball team won 25 games in a row. The board was unaware THAR HILLS? that we had such a good team. At a meeting one board member stated that if we had Mrs. Patricia Neinast Worthy Grand Matron At Tennessee Colony Today trier 1, Section 6: Nina Williams Secretary. The Eleven Cha District 1 - Section 6 helping in all O.E.S. School and ternal Visit. Registration will S:30 a.m. The luncheon in community Tennessee Colony. cost $3.00. The Ban( be at Palestine at Tickets $4.25. at and Country lnn. Palestine Cha begin its drill starting p.m. Welfare program given by Mrs. Marie at 7:30 p.m. Ritualistic ing is at 8 p.m. A .......... i ........ .... the Worthy Grand a winning team people might i:i:i;;::i I , ' come to the games. At that will follow the R time the team had won 19 closing of the Fraternal consecutive games. Only two in the Masonic Banquet r board members attend school functions. Even open house was neglected by five LOSe UGLY members. OR PAY NOTI" The Cross Roads School s sti art losing weivht to MONEY BACK MON.DEX Board policy limits citizens ;,,  - : -, right to speak. From the State r*"lL*r tablet that will help curia sire to, ecess food Eat le Board-of Education: "The ess. Contains no dngetOU GEOLOGISTS for tbe and willnot make you strelluotls exercise. Change Y school is losing accreditation Amoco Production subsidiary ... start today. MONADEX because 'it' (The Boardl has of Standard Oil Company $300 for a 20 day supply an demonstrated a chronic an- (Indiana), like this Wyoming for twice the amount koe willingness or inability to explorer, are expanding the or your money will be function in its proper role as a search for oil and natural no quesnons asked by: policy-making and appraisal gas to the remote corners Hardy's " of the continent. body or to recognize an administrator as its chief executive officer and charge him with the administrative function." GMC -- Political Ad Paid for by M.E. [Eddie] Shook Borage, an herb, was once believed to reduce fevers! :: i:#iiii:iiiiiiii;: /% Tanner Motor Take Time To Vote Saturday a April 5th Your Vote And Influence COIl Closed At Noon Saturday 110 E.Mitcham - Will Be Appreciated gL INMON Candidate For City Alderman Political Advertisement Paid For By AI Inrnon