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4 e M _hko! Ne_w s A_p =__Lgn_ O vaccines Less effective vaccines and am- at Indiana and Purdue Universities. While a number of outbreaks are oc- munization guidelines used in the 1960s Baylor University had 80 cases last curing on college campuses, the Cen- may explain why colleges in Texas and September and October. ters for Disease Control in Atlanta in other parts of the country are ex- Peter And,us,, M.D., a pediatrician report that the number of U.S. eases periencing outbreaks of red measles, a at Baylor, said today's college-age has decreased markedly. Baylor College of Medicine pediatrician students may have been vaccinated at Full+scale efforts to eradicate said today, too early an age. Or, they may have measles in the United States began in By March 23, 3o cases of red measles received a vaccine that did not give the mid-1970s and now all 50 states and {rubeola} had occurred at the Univer- them life-long immunity to the red the District of Columbia require im- sity of Houston. Another outbreak in measles, also known as the ten-day munization against red measles before Februarv total of 85 cases measles, a child may enter public schools. ,+, ,< First Baptist Church 220 W. Mitcham Malakoff p : 7:00 p.m. Nightly Noon Covered Dish Luncheon Monday- Friday (Hen Boles Charlie and Mary Johnson Evangelist Musicians SPRING CREEK ! R.V. Salem & Serviea | E, Hwy, 31 2 miles east of Malakoff | 489-1163 l FIT TO WEAR OUTLET 214 Terry St. Mala~off 489-0595 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Ka!en Perkins CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun oThuls 8 to ] Fri, and Sat, 8 to 8 TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Famdy DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasmlz You Pleases Us" 611 Highway 31 East 489.1533 ML and M~s Bud Dulaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malakoft MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER 125 N. Tarry Vlvian lock JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489-0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489-0512 Mr, and Mrs, Jerry Gamson InterFimt Dank Maiakoff W. ilmdl Ik~ 41~05Z0 MALAKOFF MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CIIRIST METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST James I, SbtnlW, MinisterC. Huny Clements, Pasta 0onald R. Wake, Minister Bible Study ..................... 9:30 Lm.Sunday 8choul ................. 10:00 a.m. Sunday 8~houi .................. S:30 a.m, 8uuday Mornlns Worlhlp ....... 1o:25 a.m. Morning Worship .............. I 1:00 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. SundsyEveulugWorshlp ........ ~:00p.m.EvenlngWorshlp ................ 6:30p.m. SundayEvenlnSWorihlp ........ S:OOp.m. WednesdayServlee ............. ~::lOp.m. Wednesday('huncelChotr ....... 7:30p.m. SundaySong~ervice ............ 5:30p.m. Wednesday Ladies Bible (?lass,. 10:00 a.m. United Methodist Women meet Wednesday Mid-week ........... T:30 p.m. ~nd nnd 4th Mondays .......... ~:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladlel Bible Class. iS:00 a.m. FFF meets 11 and 3rd Tueidaysl 1:00 a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST ~HURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MALAKOFF OF TRINIDAD ........ OF MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD Dill Watson, Minister William Rambo, Paste Ken Jones, Pastor Sunday School ........... 9:45 a.m. Sunday SchoOl .................. 9:45 a.m. ' ...... Sunday MoruluS Worahlp ....... ! 1:00 a.m. Sunday ~hool ................... 9:45 a.m.Sunday Mornlng Worshlp ....... I0:4~ a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 1O:4S a.m, Sunday Trliuing Service ........ St00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p,p~. Sunday Evening Worlhlp ........ 7:00 p.m. wednesday Worship ............. 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Mid-week Service... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Worlhlp ...... ., ...... 7:30 p.m. Girls Auxiliary, Sunday ......... 0:00 p,m. Auxiliary, Wednesday.. .. 6:30 p,m. WMU, Tuesday ................. 9:00 a.m. " ...... (?huh" Pracllce: FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday, Celebration ........... 6:00 p.m,CROSS ROADS TRINIDAD Wednesday, Young Musicians. 3:3OF.m. Lynn Ezella, Paste Danny Dolar, Ulnistel Sunday, Adult I'lmir ........... 8:00 p.m. Sunday School ................. 10:00 a,m. Sunday ~chool .................. S:45 s.m. Wednesday, Music Makers .... 7:o0 p.n,. Worship Service ............... ll:0~a.m.Sunday Morning Worship ....... lI:00a.m. Sunday Night ................... 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday Night ............... 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:o0 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY CROSS ROADS FIRST UNITED METHODIST BAPTIST CHURCH UNITED METItODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Ray White, Pmtm C, Hue/~ Pallm Tim Edwards, Minister Sunday Bcho~l .................. 9:45 a.m: Sunday Morntug Worlhlp ........ 9:oe a.m. Sunday ~hool .................. e:45 a.m, Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:55 a.m. Sunday School ................. 10:!5 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:50 a.m. Suuday EvenlngWor~hlp ........ 0:45 p.m. Bible Study ..................... 5:30 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ a:00 p.m. Wednesday Night: Golpel Singing UMYF .......................... 6:4-~ p,m, .... WMA,. ; ~ ..................... 8:4S p.m, Every 2nd Friday of month .... 7:30 p.m, Fellowship Supper h~umbeams .................... 6:45 p.m, - +' 4th Wedoesday ................ a:30 p.m. Wonhip ~rvice .............. 7:30 p,m. Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday ..... S:30 i.e. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Itev. W.H. Ushw, pastor Temporarily at 731 F. Tyler (Carroll & I,ehr ChapeD C1HUSTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY ST. JUDE'S MISSION Z13 L TylmSuite 101 Atham Father B.G. ~d# $7~-7397 Services held at Luther Lane at Hwy. 85 $~ ............................. i0.'~ am, Sunday Mau .................... U:30a.m. Ig W~L g uch math ................... 7:~ p.m.Sunday School Immediately an~r mass III IIII I III ICOOK TREE & FENCE SERVICE I "Let Us Prepure Your ~wn For Spring" MAUIKOFF 41HIMI I I II II Now Open... I MALAKOFF AUTO SUPPLY 201 S. Terry Malakoff I 489-0169 i POSTER CONTE8T WlNNERS--Malakoff Elementary School students recently competed In a poster contest "Friends of the Library." Winners, pictured above, Included kindergarten students, Jason Groom, 2nd; Anltl Ist; and Jennifer Holt, 3rd. Winners from grades 4-6 Included Andrea Smith, Ist; Kelly McCarty, 2rid and An Winners from grades 1-3 were Nicole Day, tad; James Tanner, Ist; and Amy Weaks, Ist. (Staff photo by WEEKLY Perennially, producers who calve in Januar through March wean heavier, BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY 111 101 E. T-SHIRT HUT Mitcham Malakoff 489-1055 THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Lea Williams and Earl Gentry FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 3i [. 489-0991 K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mrs. laff Hopldns more profitable calves, says Dr. Ran- pays dividends if a dall Grooms, livestock specialist for the is being marketed, Grooms Texas Agricultural Extension Service. Year after year, steer calveS' These calves are now two to four man- 500 pounds or more out-sell ths old, making this a very important of the same quality by si~ time in beef cattle management, per pound. There is also Cows are now being bred for the 1984 on calves castrated at two to calf crop. Producers should check the ths of age than on cow herd regularly, write down the identification and date of cycling cows, raised for the slaughter and recheck those cows 18 to 22 days planted with the later to be sure the bulls are settling a implant. All calves high pereentage of the cows. cinated between two and four 1 Grooms says that a high percentage age of cows returning to estr~ indicates a Black's disease. All need for immediate attention to should be vaccinated for changing or adjusting the herd bull bat- tery. Close observation of the herd at this time can prevent a delayed calf crop or a total loss of the 1984 calf crop. Special attention should also be given to management details at this stage of the calves' life. These decisions can greatly inerease the profitability of the calves sold next fall. Surgical castration of bull calves , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY of ATHENS invites you to attend their churci~ services each Sunday and the tirsf Wed. each month,. 213 E, Tyler ltheh+ Sunday I 0:00 A.M. First Wed., 7:30 P.M. For FREE Literature Call 676-4018 h~l between four and 12 mont Brucellosis vaccination is free local veterinarians. Ag exports on decline U. S. agricultural ted to fall for the year to about $36 billion down 8 percent from last ant i~ll~Jn for 1900-81; +~ ' Major reasons for.the decline have been the economic recession, commodity stocks, a abroad, and credit problems of the developing countrieS, economist in marketing for Agricultural Extension A&M University System. Policy measures help allieviate the a problem include trade practices" by creasing the use of USDA credit," expanding market ment activity, and commodities in domestic or ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royali Blvd. 489-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489.0701 Melinda Watson, Owner A homestead exemption is a reduction in the taxable our residence homestead. Various types of are available in Texas and, if you qualify, reduce your total property tax bill. Read on for details. McCool's Dept. Store 489-1532 lack Mc~ McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 [, BOylII ~. ~S.OS27 G~me B~ry, Manapr FEED BOX lunch with us aflur Church this ~ndsy at UlchNl's Cam 4514P$31 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME IV. n~m~L 441~170Z Mlslpmlnl I Stiff Exemptions Are Available? School districts offer a residence homestead exemption to all homeowners and additional exemptions to persons who are disabled or over 65. Counties offer homestead exemptions on their farm-to-market or flood control tax rate, and may offer optional exemptions to the disabled and elderly. Cities and other taxing districts may offer optional exemptions for the disabled and elderly. A]l local taxing units offer an exemption for certain disabled veterans on one designated property, Additionally, many taxing units offer a local option, percentage homestead exemption to resident homeowners. ow Do I Apply? Applications for the disabled veterans' exemption must be filed annually with the county appraisal district office. For other exemptions, if you received a residence homestead exemption on your present home- stead in 1982, it will not be necessary for you to make a new application for 1983 in this appraisal district. If you were. 65 or disabled on Jan. 1, 1955 and have not previously filed for the over-65 or homestead exemption, you to make application Or, if you have never homestead exem ption on yell, I home, an original applicatio~ be filed in 1983. Applications should be rn~d county appraisal district address shown below. For available from the apprais~ s There a Deadline? For 1983, applications flied on or before May 2. applications for exemptions accepted in certain instances, fully protect your rights bY before the May 2 rendition pamphlet, Remedies, Responsibilities' you understand your loc~) taxes. Get a free copy at the district office or contact Property Tax Board in HENDERSON CO APPRAISAL 101 E. Ath,ns, (214)