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Page 2-MALAKOFF NEWS-April 8, 1976 ? iii :i: !:i 5: ii tgrum i! to the editor:,:,:,:,:,:, PTO Elects : Malakoff News a skoff, Texas 75148 To the Citizens I Telephone 214/489-0531 Of New Officers, Published Continuously Since 1913 :.: I would like to thank the Airman First Class not known, from Dallas. 3.69 in February :.: people of Malakoff ISD for Plans Carnival .on o, Among the people from Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy March, givinga :: their vote although I didn&apos;t Mrs. Lenora Dawson of Rt. 1 MaLkoff on hand to see Owen Donna Scheibe, Publisher I",ditor & General manager ......... Tom tlerline Adwrt.ising .......................... Barbara McKee l'roduction ............................. Sharon Carroll Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in Itenderson and adjoining counties, $5.50 per year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office st Maiskoff, Texas 75148 as a second class matter. Published by Territory Times Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. ad lib An example of how tem- pests get in teapots was :Jemonstrated last month when an appeal was issued for an international Day of Prayer to free the Jews in Syria. The Day was sche- duled for March 14 and allei ed to be a joint effort by the fews and Catholics all over the world. Chances are you never knew there was any need to pray for the Jews in Syria In fact if you happened to see Mike Wallace on "60 Minutes" last year: you saw filmed evidence to the con- trary, As a result of his interviews, Wallace com- mented with obvious sur- prise, that the Syrian Jews were treated as fairly as Syrian Arabs and were not discriminated against be- cause of their ethnic origins and the Arab conflict with Israel. "60 Minutes" recalled a trip I made to Damascus in -- not as a political rver, but as a house-fe on a shopping spree. Damas- cus is one of the world's greatest bargain spots and a shopping excursion through .e city's ancient souks is an experience every female bar- gain hunter should exper- ience once in her lifetime. My quest was for hand carved wooden doors, an item for which Damascus is noted, and I was fortunate to have an Arab merchant, George Obeid, helping me. George was a young, blue eyed. blond Arab. possibly of Circassian or Crusader descent. He was also an historian and very know- ledgeable about Damascus and the people who live there. After a morning of wan- dering through the back alleys of the old city and admiring hundreds of carved doors in the stone walls that hide fabulous homes of wealthy Syrians from the public's curious eyes, we came m one of the main streets in the covered bazaar. "This is the Street Called Straight," said George. "You mean the Street Called Straight from the New Testament7" I asked. "Well. that street is buried many feet below this one. but it's the same treet." he replied. Along the Street Called Straight are hundreds of small shops selling every- thing from almonds and pistacchio nuts, antique brass and copper, Damascus silks and brocades, hand made wooden cookie and bread molds, to camel halters. We stopped at one of the shops where ! bought some wooden molds while George talked to the merchant. He was a charming gentleman and invited us to have a cup of Ar coffee and a pastry. It waa pleasant half hour and I enjoyed it very much. I said so to George as we contimed down the street. What nationality was the merchant, I asked. Ar- me;>:aL perhaps.., his name didn't sound Arab. "He's a Yehudi" replied "Yg'di!" I was aston- ished.  Jewish merchant in Damascus? How could that be? the on i.i win. I feel like this is what Malakoff, Tex., has gradu- Robertson win the bullriding :': the majority of the people At a recent meeting of the the Teague FFA :.: :< VOTING want. But I don't Malakoff PTO, officers for atedatLackland AFB, Tex., event at from the U.S. Air Force Rodeo Saturday night were !'! feel like this is what the the 1976-77 school year were security policeman course Meg and Johnny Hughes, :.:i'i majority of Qthe Malakoff elected and plans for the conducted by the Air Train- Floyd Hoover, Monty ?! ISD PEOPLE want because upcoming PTO carnival were ing Command. H is being Warren, Eleanor Robertson, i:i I know there is a need for a made. :.:: black or blacks to be on the Those officers elected assigned to Seymour- Becky Robertson, Bo Jordan "" Johnson AFB, N.C., for Jerry Robertson and Henry i!:: board, were: Diane Slayton, duty with a unit of the Dukes. iii I don't think taxes should president; Tana McKean, Strategic Air Command. Evelyn Tanner visited her :: have been the most import- first vice-president; Peggy Airman Dawson is a 1975 ,mother, Mrs. Ida Whitehead ii.! ant issue. There are other Julian, second vice- : things more important in our president; Sandra Holyfield, graduate of Cayuga High at her home in Tichland ....... : schools needed to maintain third vice-president; and School. Sunday. TEXAS PRESS ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: good schools. Mary Mears, secretary. Judging Team It's A Girl C I AT I O N I believe in justice for all. I These officers will be install- probably did strive harder ed at a ceremony in May. Attending the area Steve and Denise Arthus are ::" for blacks because I was The PTO carnival, to be judging contest at Stephens- the parents of a new baby more familiar with their held on Saturday, May 1, ville last weekend were sev- girl, Kelly Marissa, born last from 3-5 p.m., was discussed eral students from Mala- Tuesday at 2:18 p.m. at problems, in detail. The teachers koff's Future Farmers of Henderson County Memor- : The past six years on the board have been a great verified their choices for America. Jack Bell, Scott ial Hospital. The little#lady carnival booths, and an Estes and Eddie Grimes weighed in at 6 pounds 8 experience. I have given you .... my best and I know the best appeal was made for mothers were on the dairy judging ounces. She joins brother of the children in each room team. Robert Stokes, Greg Anthony and sister Aimee at will return. . to prepare and work in these Perry and Web Hughes were the Arthus household. " i Homer Ray Trimble " , Malakoff booths. Among those to be on the poultry judging team, Grandparents are Jack and sponsored at the carnival are and Mike Gonzales, Roger Betty Arthus of Dallas and old favorites like the cake Smith and Ray Garrison Toni and Ed Daisy of Dallas. the Street Called Straight t0 the editor':':,::: wa,00 .on. were on the livestock Out--of--town guests are Jewish, George told me. country store, concession judging team. Results were who visited Steve and "Their families have been Ed. Note: The following stand, dart game, pie-eating Denise Arthus and the new here forever." letter refers to a trip pro- contest, ice cream parlor, Riding Club arrival over the weekend "But aren't they watched posed in May for 25 Con- and bingo. New features will included Steve's sister and by the government police? gressmen and their wives to include a hayride, dunking Sets Practice husband, Gary Albright of Don't the Arabs resent travel to London on May 24 booth, superstar race, and a Austin, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Palsy, and to pick up a copy of the booth sponsoredbythehigh Show April 10 them?" I asked, remem- Magna Carta. The trip, an school drama club, under the Denise's twin sisters Delores bering how we treated our Japanese nationals during official bicentennial event direction of Mrs. Gayle There is to be a practice Johnson and Diane Cooley World War II. commemorating the Ameri- Smith. show held at the Cedar Creek "Of course not!" George can Revolution, will be an all It was announced that Riding Club arena in was indignant. "They're expense paid junket for the there would be three items Malakoff on April 10. Yehudis, but not Israelis. Congressional couples which given away at the carnival, The show will start at 1 There are Jews in every means, of course, that it will foremost of which is the p.m. There will be 17 events Arab country.., didn't you be at the taxpayers expense. Bicentennial quilt, and it will be run by know that?" stopwatches. Furthermore, he said, To the Editor: PUBLIC NOTICE Events scheduled include Syrian Jews had the oppor- I am enclosing an editorial from the Dallas Morning The State of Texas rescue race {open), straight tunity to emigrate to Israel News (about the trip to To: Walter Daniel, Shirley away barrens(17andunder), when that country was straight away barrels {18 established. Some went, but London) which concerns me Rand and Burk H. Daniel very much. I read once that Greeting: and over), Keyhole {open), the majority stayed. "Why Congress had voted against You are commanded to clover leaf barrels (17 and should they leave?" he asked. "This is their home." this (the $100,000 trip)but appear by filing a written under ), clover leaf barrels (18 "Why don't Americans that it would be voted in answer to the plaintiffs peti- and over), potato race{open), know things like that?" I later. I can see that it has tion at or before 10 o'clock flag race {17 and under), flag been approved by some one A.M. of the first Monday race {18 and over), ribbon asked. "Ah," he sighed. "Arabs other than us tax payers, after the expiration of 42 days race (open), tube race (17 Can you suggest to your from the date of issuance of and under), tube race (18 and over), egg race (open), and are not very good at propa- readers some way we can this Citation, the same being Indian race '{open). ganda." Too true! But the Zionists stop this foolish trip? It's Monday the 15th day of April, are mutasra of the art. Thus more than six weeks before A.D., 1976, at or before 10 First place will be given a we have a world wide they are to go. o'clock A.M., before the trophy along with a ribbon. movement for a Day of Christine S. Soweli Honorable Third Court of Second through sixth places Prayer to free the Jews in Rt. 1 Henderson County, at the will be awarded ribbons. There will be a concession Mabank. Court House in Athens, stand provided. The public Syria. Publicizing such a Texas. movement is an implication Readers who share Mrs. Said plaintiff's petition was in invited to attend. that the Jews need to be [..,v/t..//'..."l freed from Syrian persecu- Sowell's opinion should cut filed on the 23 day of  '(- tion, and rectifies the im- the above out of the newspa- February, 1976. pression of "60 Minutes." per and address it-- with The file number of said suit your comments, if you being No. 76-16 Mike Wallace's report was a choose-- to the following: The names of the parties in The first American spelling damaging challenge to the said suit are: Geneva Smith- book was printed by Stephen Zionist representation of the U.S. Senate Jaubert as Plaintiff, and Day in Cambridge, Massachu- Arabs as a cruel, violent race Walter Daniel, Shirley Rand setts in the year 1643! dedicated to the destruction John Tower and Burk H. Daniel as ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: of all things Jewish. Senate Building Defendants. Political Thus we have also a Washington, D.C. 20510 The nature of said suit campaign to persuade the being substantially as follows, Calendar Russians to allow their Jews Lloyd Bentsen to wit: to emigrate to Israel. The Senate Building Partition of real estate campaign continues, aided Washington D.C. 20510 situated in Henderson Texas, U.S. CONGRESS Dist. 1 aggressively by pro Zionist being part of the Nacogdochee Dr. Glen Jones politicians like Sen. Henry Band Club's Count:)' School Survey and Rt. 3. Athens Jackson, in spite of docu- being Part of Block 2, and Fred Hudson, Jr. mented reports that the Meeting containing 80 acres off the Center, Tx. majority of Russian Jews STATE REP. Dist. 14 who have emigrated to Israel To Be Earlier West Side of 187 acres. Fred Head are unhappy there and refuse If this Citation is not Rt. 2, Athens to stay. The Malakoff Band Club served within 90 days after Joe L. Kirgan, Jr. The real danger of this meeting will be at 7 p.m. the date of its issuance, it Fairfield tempest is the chance that instead of 7:30 Monday shall be returned unserved. 3rd Dist. Attorney someone may take the lid off night, according to president Issued this the 27th day of the teapot and allow it to Marihelen Jetter. February A.D., 1976. Richard Handorf become a storm of such fury She urged members to Given under my hand and 313 E: Kolstad, Palestine and intensity that it will attend. The new calendar seal of said Court, at office in Bill Green destroy us all. preparations are underway, Athens. Texas, this the 27th Palestine Preserve Israel's right to and birthday name sales and day of February A.D., 1976. Henderson County exist ff we must but can we ad sales have already begun. Lelia May Garner Clerk SHERIFF sanction destruction of the "More help is needed," Court Henderson County, Ira Billings Arabs in the process-- and she said. "Come give us your Texas Athens perhaps our own country? support." By S. Paroline Deputy J.W. Browniow A t hens /lC,/bliC'/''i' ii "Pat Glawgow STEP OUT INTO SPRING Athens Faulk Wills Athens New Spring Arrivals Keith Hear Athens Shop Paula s For Easter H,.o ,it A t hen s PANT SUITS L tie Girls, Jr.,   Billie E. Richardson Ladies & Half Sizes Athens COUNTY TREASURER Lots of Dresses JUMP SUITS JaneHolJandTaylarRt. 1, Athens Newest Pastel Colors & Style COMMISSIONER Prec. 1 For Spring mash,.. , Rt. I Malakoff JEWRRY, SCARFS t SHOLDER BAGS joInm= Rt. Trinidad ALL FALL l WINTER GREATLY REDUCED A.G. Piffle Rt. 1, Athens Jim Biaky la'sDr Shp "" au ess O Bobb Bradley Trim'chd . P'. Adv. Im by-- t Advsfm -- .wim m// Mattingly had as their guest Sunday Mrs. Melba Rea of Kerens. Mrs. Sam F. Brooks and Mrs. Evelyn Wilkie of Dallas were house guests of Sadie Carson of Malakoff recently. total of 8.76 in have 3.03 more this year than Captain Wallace, whose Mr. and Mrs. Rt. I, Trinidad Rainfall Report member of the Command OutSt Rainfall for the first quar- Combat Crew of ter of 1976 included 3.69 at Loring AFB, inches in January, 2.40 in Captain February and 5.70 in March, was cited for making a total of 11.79 performance inches, according to Bro. tional training E.P. Allen. is an aircraft This compares with 1975 with the 42nd figures of 2.54 in January, fueling Squadron See... Sue Barnett For: HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489-0520 510 W. all Blvd. number Bu Do You Really Know What Is Happening In Occupied Palestine? Under brutal rule of Israeli occupation, the Arabs of Palestine held a general strike March 30, 1976, which they called "The Day oftbe Land." It is a public expression of their wrath at, and rejection of, a wave of barbaric measures launched by the Zionist occupying authorities in the ugliest demonstration of hate and violence that the unarmed Arab population has yet faced. They are confronting the Israeli authorities by their children's demonstrations. Many of these young demonstrators are being killed and wounded. The Israeli police break into Arab girls schools and arrest and beat them in their classrooms. Why are these demonstrations held? Israel is committing serious violations of the Geneva Conventions relating to the Human Rights of people under occupation, and other relevant United Nations Resolutions relating to the Holy City of Jerusalem, the holy places and the Arab-owned lands. Israel is a signatory to those Conventions Israeli courts ruled the allowance of Jews to pray in AI-Aqsa Mosque, second in importance among Islamic shrines, as well as partitioning of the Ibrahimi Mosque, another shrine in Hebron. They desecrate other Islamic and Christian heritages, disfigure landmarks of Arab culture and civilization, confiscate vast Arab lands to build new settlements, and nullify Arabs' titles to their lands. Furthermore, Israel continues to practice, against the Arabs of Palestine, the acts of violence, torture and suppression of Arab patriots, arrest, detention and deportation without formal charges or trial. About 1500 Arab intellectuals and patriots were so deported and separated from their families and communities. We appeal to our American friends to speak out for the rights of, and justice to, the Arabs of Palestine. Without such justice and recognition of such rights, no lasting peace can ever be achieved in the Middle East. Pd. adv. by Arab Information Office, Dallas, Texas WE HAVE WHAT YOU WANT 1973 Vega Wagon Fully E Ith Air, Power Automatic Trans. Siill Has On Motor =1895 Stock No. 2155A 1973 Custom 4 dr. 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