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Page 2-MALAKOFF NEWS- Apr. 22, 1976 iil P.O.Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 i!i !ii Telephone 214/489-0531 :ii ::: Published Continuously Since 1913 i:i i:! ii! :: Donna Scheibe, Publisher :.: ili Editor &amp; (;eneral manager ......... Tom Iterline ::: '::: Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee i!! ::': .:. : Production ............................. Sharon Carroll iii i:! ,- Henderson and adjoining counties. $5.50 per "- year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office at !iii Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second class iii! matter. Published by Territory Times :!:i Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. iii! :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::i '\\;f/iA SSOCI ATION Council To Mull Annexing Of Lot Malakoff City Council will consider a request for annex- ation of an acre in the Country Squire Estates sub- division Monday night, as well as a rquest that city water be furnished to the entire subdivision, according to the agenda prepared this week. It is also expected the council will discuss the sta- tus of the subdivision, whose plat was recently approved by the Henderson County Commissioners Court al- said recently he did not recall signing the plat. Henry Nichols of Corsi- cans has requested that one lot at the front of the subdivision be annexed. Nichols told City Manager :::: :i:i Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Price, Lacey and Todd of Weather- ford spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter. Others attending lunch Sun- day at the Carters were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carter and children of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Bo Carter and Michael of Malakoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Clvde Dalrvmple and John Lott he plans to build a Jason of Malakoff. four-plex apartment on the 2.24 acre lot, if the city will annex it and if he can obtain city services. Malakoff recently ran the city sewer line to a point near the proposed site as a part of its water and sewer Freida and John Carter of Midlothian visited the Eu- gene Carters from Wednes- day through Sunday. Their mother from Midlothian came for Sunday lunch. Drama Club ::  though it was not been bond program. approved bv the council. The council is also sche- rl ig"'ann:n- A plat, apparently signed duled to discuss low-cost ad lib by MayorA.M. Tlompson housing, the delinquent tax ,o. < and notarized, was presented list. disposition of excess Rummage Sale to commissioners court with  city vehicles and a report on  . the ntatinthatithadbeen the paving in frnt f the Drama Club students at by donna scheibe approved by the city of Appliance Center and the Malakoff High School are Life and death on this I are going to have some planet is rapidly becoming a very expensive flu shots this decision of goverment. India year. is reportedly considering a The U.S. Supreme Court law to limit its population by decided last month that forbidding married couples Karen Quinlan had the right to have more than two to die. The parents of children. If the law is 15-year-old Karen have ratified, all couples will be battled in the courts for sterilized after the birth of month3 seeking permission Malakoff News Gary. Carter and family from Mount Vernon visited Satur- day and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Tanner and daughter, Judy, visited Tommy and Linda Tanner from Thursday through Tuesday. The Tanners are Tommy's parents. Mrs. Velma Nokes was picked up by Lochie Ideus and Lisa of Bay City and they went to Lubbock for three days last week, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dean Carden. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Estes were visited by Clay's bro- ther, Bob, and his wife and family from Tyler Sunday. Their son, Robert, had spent the holiday with the local Esteses. Mrs. D.E. Abbott had all her children home Sunday for an Easter celebration and a birthday lunch in honor of Mr. Abbott, Leamon Ro- Woodville. Saturday was Mr. and Mrs. Ode for Mrs. Edna Humphries spent the week relocating in in West Texas wisiting Mrs. Visiting Mr. Humphries' sister, Mrs. W.A. McBride W.A. Gandy and her weekend were husband of Snyder. Tex. children EddieandC They also visited in Big Crawford of Springs, Post, Abilene and Greg Haddock of several other places. They and their saw several sand storms and dau some hail on the trip. Haddock of PASCHAL Emergency Ambulance We Will Conunue To Provide 24-Hour Service For Our Friends In The Malakoff Trinidad Areas, Malakoff. Mayor Thompson Carpet House. making plans for a rummage gers, and Roy Abbott, all of sale on May 1. whom have birthdavs near E489 15 ffl Proceeds will help pav for the same time. " m ,,, the editor :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: expenses of producing the Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Pierce UIL one-act play entry as Dear Mrs. Scheibe; I enjoyed your Ad Lib column in 4-8-76 issue of The Malakoff News reagrding the fair and equitable treat- ment of Syrian Jews. It is nice to read some truth for a change. If we were to believe the Zionist propaganda machine in the U.S., most Little wonder the UN voted 101-32 to equate Zionism as racism and the B'nai B'rith Messenger for Dec. 26, 1975 devoted a full wide column to an attack on Pope Paul because he condemned the ruthless, merciless slaughter by the Israelis of displaced Arabs in well as some repairs and painting on the lights and stage equipment built by the students. According to director Gayle Smith, students will be asking for donations of anything they can sell. Those with items to donate can call 489-1732 after school spent the weekend in Hunts- ville. Thev met their daugh- ter, Louise Heidelberg and her son Ricky Sadler and his wife Karen, who are students at Huntsville. Also there were grandchildren Debbie Shearer and Dean and Pam Heidelberg, along with great granddaughter, Tammy Byars Texaco If you need an, their second child, to turn off the machinery Americans would have refugee camps. Nowhere in or 489-1527 during school Shearer. done to your car, While India struggles to that has kept their brain noting butwrath, contempt, the printed or electrnic hAuT-ltSl ut. 0S's'eJ It's A Gift the place to come. limit its population, damaged child a living, but and indignation for the Arab news media was this ever President Ford intends to lifeless animal, people, mentioned. As a result of the Mr. and Mrs. David Reese help Americans live longer in Ironic in a Christian UN vote Jewish organizat- are the proud parents of a Front end work of better health. He is now count rythatlawdecreeslife. Book Loans ions arebuvingfullpageads For Senior girl, JensyLeigh, weighing8 " pounds 10 ounces. She was kinds - wheel baE urging Congress to appro- however meaningless, is in major publications across ate rniUions-orisitbillions?., preferable to death even the countrvcondemningand. Play At MHS 4:30brnat Corsicana Friday atthe p.m. The mother is t, s.,oc.s,h of dollars to give everyone in though our religion promises the U.S. a flu shot. So you us a greater reward when don't want a flu shot? Too this life is over. bad. The government says Surely some things should you need one. And since be left to God. you're paying for it you Perhaps this thought might, as well protect your- influenced Oklahoma legis- self. lators last week when thby But who's going to protect repealed a law requiring us against a government everyone to wear a helmet that chooses arbitrarily to while riding a motorcycle. use our tax dollars to pay for Adults no longer have to every American to have a flu wear helmets, the legislature shot? The cost to each of us said in a new law, but : would :' be : if :we, rs . : :: ::: ...... individually, went to our We owe it tO minors to own doctors and got the protect them," one of the innoculations. But the government, apparently, cannot trust the common sense of the average American to be the guardian of his own health, so you and ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Political Calendar U.S. CONGRESS Dist. 1 Dr. Glen Jones Rt. 3. Athens Fred Hudson, Jr. Center Tx. Sam B. Hall Marshall STATE REP, Dist. 14 Fred Head Rt. 2. Athens Joe L. Kirgan. Jr, Fairfield 3rd Dist. Attorney Richard Hsndorf 313 E. Kolstad. Palestine Bill Green Palestine Henderson County SHERIFF Ira Billings Athens J.W. Browniow A t hen s "Pat Glas,gow Athens Faulk Wills Athens TAX ASSESSOR Keith Hears Athens Helen Stepheas Athens Billie E. Richardson Athens Richard Kidd Athens COUNTY TREASURER Jane Holland Taylor Rt. 1, Athens COMMISSIONER IWec. I Rt. 1 Malakoff Jo Ingrtm Rt. Trinidad A.G. Pirtle Rt, I, Athens Jim Biakeney Athens Bobifle Bradley Trinidad  Adv. p .ted rot.d lawmakers was quoted, be- cause they're not old enough to know what they're doing. But if adults want to go out and kill themselves, that's their own business." Right on. Oklahoma. The federal government has taken the right of decision away from us in so many areas, it's refreshing to learn there is still one thing adult Americans can do of their own volition in this country. But wouldn't it be sad, friends, if one of the last free choices we have is whether to kill ourselves on a motor- cycle in Oklahoma? Cross Singers To Perform At Food Fare The Cross Singing Group from Gospel Tabernacle Chprch on Highwav 31 near Malakoff will perform on the Food Fare parking lot begin- ning at 7:30 p.m. Saturday. The group will also per- form at 1 p.m. the same day on the courthouse square in Athens. The Cross Singing Group features a trio of three girls, three guitars, drums and a clarinet. Occasionally. a fid- dle and banjo are featured. Singers in the group are Nora Bryant, Janet Robin- son and Donna Carson, sisters. Lead guitarist is Rev. Kit Carson; second guitarist is Dale Robinson; bass guitarist is Gary West; Clarinet is Martha West, and drummer is Steve Robinson. The public is invited to attend the free concert. Malakoff Lions Set 00nual Broom, Mop Sale The Lions Club annual broom and mop sale will be held Saturday, May, 1. on the Food Fare Paking Lot. Jerry Stone, president, said members will be selling brooms and mops from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. Proceeds from the sale will go for local projects and help for the blind. Double At Public Library Book loans have more than doubled during the past three month at Malakoff Public Library, according to Alma Jessie McLain, li- brarian. In January, a total of 187 volumes were checked out, compared to 422 in darch, she re4is ........ : Mrs. McLain also called attention to the library's "mail-a-book" service where- by a library patron can have books mailed from the North and East Texas Library. System. Even bestsellers are available under the plan. She invited library, patrons to drop by and ask about the service. At the same time, pick up a free bookmark, she invited. Mrs, McLain said that the library now contains 2.000 fiction titles in hardback and 3,000 in paper back, as well as 380 volumes of story. collections. Caney Cove Bait Shop Hit By Shots Four shots destroyed the front doors of Caney Cove Bait Shop in Caney City at 4:15 a.m. Tuesday. accord- ing to J.W. Brownlow, sheriff. The incident is still under investigation by Brownlow. Deputy Bill Bearden, and Texas 'Ranger Howard Alford. Brownlow said that in addition to destroying the doors, a quantity of beer and merchandise was damaged by the shooting. Damages were estimated at "several hundred dollars." No arrests had been made Tuesday afternoon. THREATENING to boy- cott those nations. Should they attempt to do so it will amount to no more than "another trap for Uncle Sam" with the American taxpayer footing the bill. As long as the Zionist control all major segments of the U.S. news media as well as 75 out 'of 100 U.S. Senators the American people as a whole will continue to be either in- iiifbrm6/L, minf0i-med, or brainwashed regarding the situation in the Middle Esat. You are to be commended for your honesty, wisdom, and courageous action in this matter. A.G. Thomas, d.d.s. Longview. Texas . ,. -- l ,, V Marlin Perkins "The most important thing we'll do today is fill your prescription!" !00alakoff PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Phone 489-1909 Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO--EQUIPPED TRUCKS ,FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C, K Tmnej, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens Members of the cast for the annual Senior Play for Malakoff High School have been announced by Mrs. Gayle Smith, faculty advisor for the play. Performers in the first act of "Bus Stop" will be Mary Walker, Jerry. Hawkins, Da- vid Scheibe, Diana Weaks, Larry Wymore, Blake Grimes, Rose Manning, and Floyd Thorn's. .::::: The play: een S& for April 28 Mrs. Smith said. former Patty Barnett. Ma- ternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Brin.k Barnett and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Dude Reese. Patty was scheduled to return home from the hos- pital Tuesday. Paul and Gladys Powers spent the Easter holiday on the Gulf Coast, Visiting their son Albert Don Henderson of Spring. Another highlight Bro, Hutchins and his family at tires. If we don't have we can get them. All work guaranteed. Wash and lube job. If not pleased, bring Bill reen... For District "He Wears No Man's Collar Green Will Never Go Along To Get Along." Some politicians ore appointed to k sometimes O real public official is elected by Bill Green was elected Anderson County 1974 in a hard fought campoign voting boxes in Anderson County. He people some promises and know -- he word -- and Bill Green will District Attorney. Bill Green belongs to the people --  they hove the what's gning on in their county courthouse. Bill Grean is of the opinion that no politician ever serve more than one or two terms office. This change of the guard can system of checks and balances. Duval ( example of the political climate where the the guard never changed. Bill Green is running for District record of criminal prosecution -- He has and he's running an his track record. Mast important Bill Green is running his own -- face to face with Mr. and Mrs. John g. Please, don't let a Fort Worth or Oalbs, Texas ! campaign firm come down here in East Texas ence this race for District Bill Green track record just don't need campaign professional producing and tion -- he does his own work -- an the and in the courtroom. There's nobody cdlin or talking for him. Maybe, Bill Green's a new breed of o politician -- just plain foir and honest trying to buck o political system where it seems what's right for the poople sometimes doesn't always win. But, you know, this time it cotdd be clifferant. Let's hope so, and let's get to work to make that hope a reality with your vote and a whole bunch of other votes from people just like you. In 1976 we need a political system and a new breed of public officials we can believe in. Let's start with a new District Attorney who will dust off the cases and bring the guilty to trial. BILL ELECT REEN District Attorney Third Judicial District of Texas IM. Iv. pl ' I I Im, I,! 14 N. John, Pokmine, lew 7JO I