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Page 6 - MALAKOFF NEWS - May 1, 1975 |uemmnmmmmmmmmmmmemM George Jackson Wins Chance At State Title OFF TO STATE-George marked improvement over Jackson of Malakoff High is marks set in district and entered in state competition regional qualifying sessions. in the Shot Put, having Coach Joe Smith says if he qualified iast week in regional continues to show the im- competition with a throw of provement he has in the last 54 feet 6 inches He placed three outings he will be a second. The 54 feet 6 inches is contender at state. a school record, and is a I I FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP II I I I I George A. Quinn Sales Representative P.O. Box 516 East Royal Boulevard Malakoff, Texas Phone 489-1154 Bus. PH. 489-1820 AUTO-FI RE-LIFE-TRUCK- CaM MERCIA1, I Ill S Barnett " . For: HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489.0520 510 W. Royal Blvd. See EXACTLY Why our produots are superior - Hhest quality springs, plenty of high quality felt. flex-o.later Spring Covers, etc. Some things which oaR'S ko seen are important too Integrity. Company Pride ' nnsco BEDDING FACTORY 1515 W. Corslcana 675-3145 Thank You... it's been a real pleasure in working with some real fine land-owners these past months in Henderson County Thus, we just wanted to pause for a minute to say .THANKS! Your POSTIVE attitude towards us. and our program, will be a reflection on continued growth, and progress, for Henderson County in the coming years. As we near the end of the program, please contact me at 675-5173. EXT. #238 .... reguarding a renewed interest or further discussions. Pat Temples. Jr. for/B.R. Cullen & Associates I I Register For s20 Gift Certificate To be given away May lOth no purchase necessary, come by and register 1 .. We Do Carry Half Sizes 14-26 Pant Suits And Dresses $ Dresses 10- s30 ]ewedy ' 1/2 Price Pant Suits In Ladies Size 6 - 20 $15- s35 Wedding Gowns And Mother's Dresses For |une Weddings Columbia From New York /)/// The Whistle Stop Athens I [ Paula Rainwater of Malakoff REPORT From Page 1 Chief Wilson and Dep. Choice Demonstration Projects For Highways Austin--The Texas High- way Department is accepting applications for demon- stration projects aimed at improving public trans- portation in rural and small urban areas. The purpose of this pro- gram is to develop public transportation systems op- elating vehicles on rural high- ways. It is provided by Section 147 of the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1973 The systems are to serve passengers within rural areas, including towns of less than 5,000 population, and small urban areas of between 5.000 and 50,000 population, and Package Stores between such areas cities. Any public agency profit organization, with statewide or responsibilities, ma 100 percent federal! covering both operating WESTERN PACKAGE NO. 1 WESTERN PACKAGE NO. 2 Highway 85 & 274 Gibson Shopping Center "TWO LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU" Seven Points, Texas ,ncient Age Boub, Old Charter Kentucky Bourbon 4/5 QT. 4/5 QT. s388 s427 breakin at the Junior High 86 PROOF 86 PROOF was turning a corner on Lovelady indicated the self- School storage room Tuesday Mitchumandlaervehiclehitainflictedwoundcamefronaamorning. Avarietyofpotato Wiliior car parked on Mitehum owned small-caliber hands.ran. The chips, soft drinks and similar by Mrs. Ferguson. Moderate won,an was listed in stable items were taken. No arrests 80 PROOF damage was sustained by condition by the hospital were made. both, Chief Wilson said. Cheif Wilson investigated a On April 18, Mathes Gro- cery on Highway 3t was VTllII :L'elr burglarized by re(noving the Number Of Army Openings Canadian - glass from the back door. groceriesCigaretteS'pistol wereandCaSh'taken.a silver.38 caliberCins' Is Dwindling Quickly  1 QT. S 4 88 ;': ' Chief Wilson and Dep. i i . Choice Lovelady investigated. Today's Army is on a first a "First come, first served" 80 PROOF s799 Walker Canadian 1/2 GAL. reservation basis for job train- ing schools. As graduation approaches spaces for the , more popular schools are being filled. "Those seniors who may be interested in an 'Army job wat K: after they graduate should AN(il start the application process now at my office at 311 West Oak Street in Palestine. TAG ME. I'M YOURS! SALE .ii): : 7 TELL CITY E t lyAmerican OFF Clip this tag and bring it with you. Browse through our Young Republic Group by Tell City. When you see something you like, just hang your Tell City Young Republic tag on it. It's yours-at 20% off! Tell City's Young Republic Was The No. 1 Seller In Dining Room Furniture In 1974. Athens Furniture Athens I come. first served basis and the number (d openings is dwindling last. "The volunteer Army has been so successful in reaching its manpower objectives that we tire not always able to satisfy a job choice." ex- plained SFC Wayne Nerren. local Army recruiter in Pal- estine. "ltigh school seniors who are considering joinmg the Arn:y after graduation and making a choice of career or job training schools." explained SFC Nerren. "should contact nap now to start looking for an opening alter graduation. "'The Armv's Delayed Entry P!'ogram allows a per- son to make advanced job reservations for sometime during a nine-month period," he continued. "Many high school SelllOrS are now en- listing in the Army to guaran- On April 21, Chief Wilson investigated two prowler calls on South Mitchum. Mr. Red Rowell reported a large amount of gasoline was siphoned from his truck and that prowlers had also been spoted on his daughter's home property behind his house. Chief Wilson said the area is being carefully patrolled now. Howard Hardy of Hardy's Pharmacy reported Monday morning someone had attempted to cut a hole in the roof of Hardy's Discount Pharmacy, but apparently the person or persons had been scared away before gaining entry, The hole in the roof did cause considerable damage in the drug store due to the heavy rains Monday Chiet Wilson reported There are no suspects in the case, The chief also investigated tee the training of their choice a suicide attempt in Malakoff although they are not actually Monday night. The incident entering,,," - active duty until involved a local woman who June. July or August." was taken to Memorial Has- SFC Nerren pointed ouc fital in Brown's Ambulance. that all Armv enlistees are on Ill -- - J I i OUR PROUD TRADITION... For generations we have offered reverent and beautiful memorial services to those of all faiths. The family's wishes are respected at all times here. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home ATHENS, TEXAS Phone 675-2211 i i i 220 N. P'viile