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• • erlcanlsm -- The following essay Marlum Venable as an Masonic Student Essay Venable is a student at School and her essay is competition•) -~ THE 1980'S BENABLE It is, of cour- and the love of This court- an effort to be free, and came then pride and its people for each many prayers, this nation became a bright jewel on a planet with many nations. Yes, America became great, and along with our greatness we produced heroes -- American heroes that were admired throughout the world. We had great accomplishments that helped not only us but also the rest of the world. There were great scientists, Presiden- ts, and authors, but most important was the American public. The people have kept this nation together. Their will power, pride, and determination are the essentials to this was a "diamond in the nation's success. Once it seemed that fathers knew this nation would be pulled apart by the together-when it was plunged into a terrible depression. Americans have had their fights among themselves, but they have always stood together when the welfare of the nation was a concern. Some believe that America is lagging behind other countries in patriotism and quality. I believe that this is false, because pride is still there. The heroes, great minds, and the great American public are still there, also. The human qualities and ability to be a team are the important elements of America's success. Many people fear the future of America, but as Franklin Roosevelt that America was Civil War, but the American people got said, "We have nothing to fear, but fear waiting to show off its back on their feet and became a united itself." This nation can keep ahead if . So, with much effort and nation again The country also pulled they stand by their faith and belief that God will watch over America. As long as America is controlled by QIIESTI()NS ANi) ANSWER the people, there will be no fear of the government. Americans have not wan- :IAL SECURITY ted to see the government control them. These are many of America's good B) Jimm~ VanBevers points: America is open, competent, Tyler l)ist'rict Manager and sensitive to its own needs and other Social Security Administration nations' needs• Has America lost its courage, will, my first VA pension work? report it to the SSI • A. Any income received by an SSI recipient may have an affect on the of Income should be benefit amount and should be reported as to avoidImmediately• Q. My purse was stolen yesterday• How can I get a new social security card? A. You must complete an appllcatiou for a new card and present two proofs of identity• The best proof would be a birth does not seem as ! when I began drawing I would like to report when I go to patriotism, or national integrity? I do not think so. This nation is still as great as it always was. America's system of government is still the best on earth. There are tremendous amounts of in- telligence, experience, ability, in- dependence, and moral character waiting to be cut and polished into a perfect stone. America is still young at heart, eager to face the future, and still a growing nation that is trying to~ correct its mistakes and raise its slain- certificate. Other proofs would be a dards, and hold on to its historical marriage license, driver's license, values. America is tough and beautiful hospital records, voter's registration, like a diamond. America is kind and _ . or any other document which shows compassionate, idealistic and prac. [eam your name, pnotograpnand/or tical, independent and free. signature. .. -- , ,,.. [, Q. How old does an individual have to [ ! I be before he or she can apply for a | Tom Parker. D.D.S. l social security numbeP l .. o . •". . / • tJentlstry penormea o~ ficermm. . A. An application for a social security | *xperi,~d d,nti:t who ,a conc,m~l [ dt~ hey, son-in-law number has no age requirement I about you and your dental health. 1 r. and Mrs• Pete ............ • I We want you to be completely pleesld 1 won the state team ~~L'~'q~'I~'~L'~L'~'qlIL~Ik~ with both the treeUment and the te~dta. : the Toledo Bend Bass ~ ~a~’'1['~'~|’ ~ / Services / 0nteetAvrtl24-2S urlIIlIO/VI1 O [ / -- ' ~ " Unly ]~]2~ elicit ChiJdlNla'II r team weighed in with ........ I c ..d o,h. me, [ ~ ~ from | I00 to |~O o.Jl 1o etl.qllllll • . of bass for their ef- I;,i-NFRG/ .,r='.;,., ,_ .= l ~[~lnO' i|t,~|..Ik, ......... ~ ~I''ll ll~llllb • |fmm|i0Oto|t?O t°|lS~Ob/~=ili~l=lilJ~ l ~"'~t gtaLIJii Wile UlUg~ i ~ Illml~’tmlte diftic~llyofthee.a~, l a of the n rest corn- ~1 PI IPldF~qlll~ I~ [ | P*,i~/ona|ll~; w,o,,,:h~emm~tn~ / _. - -- r..Lr..U/KIU [ I / " ".he father and son ..... Fr--z-rs R / de.,,,. ,t .rro, .bte ] a state tournament in 2 * KeTrtgerators w ee e / co...., rot. opted. / '.. , Washers , Dryers [ w. .t.L | Uthor of the "Outdoor ~_ .,. D I.o reilin- Fans ~ I o., .-- ,. to i :,l W " T, ~ /V ,) ]~ hau UO ~ ~J ~ OOll~pelell Iteltlllt il I wl~ lilt la for ove 2OO _ ...... : ..... I -.,..,... ..d ....,.. ,...../ u,,u uglanoma along ~1 ~t Rl[ L0[I(] ILIUHUIb ~ I ss ImMible. / for National'Bass ,. ...... , ....... , ..... Ira...; ...t.,..., ,....aa .,a.at| ~ •'~'":~ ": "'"" "'" [ I elllm and eltimlle, / • S mmie, live on 1 S.eo Palot. Ore. I Creek ke. 214 N. Terff$ / _ / wlm nm wlfe, ....... / uurtana urrlce / emplo,,ed with an oil q6 -1301) / (214) 271 1581 / lie was formerly a "" U.lsknff [ Quinlan Office l N.Aiffiffi_.,ue OPE;" 'i ill" SATURD IY MAY 9 * 90I 600 : - : SUNDAI, MAY 10" 100: . 600: ree side V,'llage --- FREE REFRESHME Come out and register for the TAPPAN MICROWAVE OVEN to be gwen- away. Drawing will be held Sunday, May 10 at 5:00 p.m. Need not be present to win. Employees of Vesta Investments and First Savings and Loan not eligible, Country Living That's Affordable! ~yto Investments, Inc., a subsidiary of First Savings & Loan, the benefits of ~ Qeves .'~ne OWnershiv should be available to everyone. So we've created Creekside Village, new develo )ment of uali manufactured homes by one of America's most res- p q ty c- builders. Homes in Creekside Village are on larger than city-sized lots, in a "Untry atmosphere, but close to town. Prices start at $35,950. Only 4% miles from downtown Athens on Highway 175 East (Jacksonville Highway). Wotch for the sign on the right.hand side just past Powder River• I:°r quolified buyers, financing is available with only 5% down and 13%% simple in- terest rates and up to 30 years to pay. N~nufactured housing is the answer to many families' dreams of home ownership, qnd Creekside Village features the finest in manufactured homes. With quality design qnd construction that conforms to HUD structural engineering requirements, and style that pleases the most discriminating buyer• gpon Daily Sunday through Friday 1:00• 6:00 Saturday 10:00• 0:00 Furniture on display provided by EQUAL OPPORTUNITY Fowler Furniture~Athens -- A project of Vesta Investments, Inc. SUILDC The Malakoff News, Thmy, May 7, l~81--11A Itll~S, TII~I CROSS ROADS ELEMENTARY U.I.L• participants took first place honors last week in district competition. Winning par- ticlpants Include April Curtis, Stephanle Upchurch, Chris Coker. John Ilnlland, Leah McCann, Nyla Creech, Trista Brashear, Greg Tunnell, Kelly Clark. Angela Andlng, Michael Lowry, Sabrina Gruber, Shaunna Upchurch. Tim Doolen, Juile Gideon and Becky Drummond. 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