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Pqe 2-MALAKOFF NEWS- May 13, 1976 iii! ,o00rtO .00.the00c00e000000:editr ili!:::: ' Malakoff News P.O.Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 ::: I have read your recent fill Telephone 214/489-0531 Published Continuously Since 1913 Donna Scheilm Alexander, Publisher iiii article in the paper with Syble Airheart Cliver and iii interest, but wish to call Mrs. Debra Lynne Ray your attention to two errors Jones of Malakoff are among !!iiii that are grossly misleading the 223 students at Texas Advertising .......................... Barbara McKee !:! (I) "Forever"-- (in ref- candidates for degrees. Mrs. Production ..................... Sharon Carroll iii erence to supply of lignite for Cliver will receive a masters ........ ii!i Forest Grove)lignite is a degree in education with a Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in fossil fuelanddoesnotgrow major in curriculum and Henderson and adjoining counties, $5.50 per ::ili or replace itself and is instruction. Mrs. Jones will year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year :::: therefore finite. It would be get a bachelor of science ili:: very easy for you to compute degree with a major in outsideMalakoff,Texas.TexasEntered75148inasthea POStsecondOffiCeclassat .:.::::: the number of years or days political science at the 2 p.m. matter. Published by Territory Times !!i!' that the lignite would last Saturday ceremonies. Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. i! based on the daily consump- :': tion. 60th Anniversary ii!i (2) For your general infor- ...... Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Carson T:XA8 PRESS ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: mation as a newspaper celebrated their 60th ASSOCIATION ad lib by donna scheibe alexander Animals and birds are supposed to have instincts which lead them naturally to self protective behaviour. This spring, however, a family of Cardinals at Cres- lenn Ranch got terribly confused during the nest building season and estab- lished their home in a Nandina Bush right beside the kitchen door. The nest was well hidden inside the clump of Nandina, almost invisible from the front, but completely ex- posed to the windows of the back porch. Normally there are few people passing through the back door and the Cardinals had their nest finished and two eggs laid before they realized their instincts had lead them into strange territory for tranquil domestic relations. I discovered Mama Car- dinal early last week. She was sitting on her nest working hard at hatching her eggs, and was just as startled as I was when we recognized each other simul- rageously to protect her home from the strange presence on the other side of the window. I learned to observe the Cardinals from a distance where they could not see me, and warned everyone to avoid using the back door so as not to disturb them. But a momentous event was planned for Saturday-- a happy event for the humans to be living in the house, but a time of great peril and anxiety for the Cardinals. A wedding was to take place Saturday after- noon and all week relatives were arriving to participate in the festivities. There was much laughter, loud conversation, children running in and out of the house, and the back door opened and closed constant. ly. Mama and Papa Cardinal were almost frantic in their efforts to stay with their precious eggs during all the terrible turmoil. For several hours Mama Cardinal flut- tered anxiously back and forth, but finally maternal instinct proved stronger than her fear. She perched herself defiantly on her nest, ignoring the confusion through the windows, while Papa Cardinal flew nervous- ly back and forth bringing her food. Activity within the house reached a peak Saturday and from early in the morning until late at night the back door slammed, lights turned on and off, and there was no peace for the Cardinal family. We could not spare to them. Surely, I thought, they will abandon the nest. My foreboding was con- firmed early Sunday morn- ing when I went to the back porch to check on the nest. It was empty. There was no sign of the devoted little brown mother, or the dashing bright red father. For the first time I went outside and carefully parted the branches of the Nandina bush, expecting to find two deserted eggs. But no, in- stead there were two ugly little fuzzy things with gaping mouths in the bot- tom of the nest. Sometime evening. Marine Corporal Robert S. Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.E. Evans of Malakoff, has been promoted to his present rank while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station, Cherry Point, N.C. Sgt. Michael S. Womack flew out of Dallas-Fort Worth Airport Tuesday for Germany where he will serve for 39 months. Womack, who is a medical records technician, has been in the army for five years. He was formerly stationed at Fort Therapy" for the OB-Gyn Kirby's relatives in atten- Medical Convention in Dal- dance. They put Bill and his lag last week. While here, the son on the plane back home Kirbys held an informal open Sunday hfternoon, and house for Bill, who hadn't stayed over to see the movie been home in two years. He "All the President's Men." returned to Dallas for the They returned to Malakoff seminar Friday, and on Saturday night, a party honoring Bill was held in Dallas, with many of Mrs. Fix your where he visited ter's family, Mr. W.T. Hickman Larry. Visiting Mrs. Nokes for were Peggy Monday morning, daughters Pam and l C.L. Graham returned and her husband Tuesday night from a week- Marsha and Estes' S long visit to San Antonio, came. writer very few people know wedding anniversary on Hood. He is the son of A.C. l} the difference between a May II. They were married Womack of Malakoff. lea ddeepee million or billion or a trillion on May 11, 1916 at 9 a.m. Youth TO Perform ky t so you should always be Visiting them to help them careful that your proof read- celebrate the happy occasion The Youth Choir of First or a difference.ers and printers know the were Mrs. Burney C. Cope Baptist Church will present Another thing for you to and daughter, Jayne of its musical, "All God s Ardmore, Okla; Mrs. J.W. bear in mind in this contro- Hardt, Beaumont; Mr. and People" at the Malakoff High auditorium for an to your pad versy is that even though Mrs. Harold Carson of Mla- assembly program next the lake basin proposed koff; Mrs. E.A. Millez of Tuesday, May 18. ]'' contains lignite such de-Athens; Mrs. Carson's with a posits may possibly be too deep below the surface to justify strip mining. If so, however, the energy con- tained in the lignite can be produced by underground combustion even though covered by the proposed lake. Those deposits near the surface could be mined immediately leaving more capacity for flood water storage. This lake would be a wonderful addition to the economy of all of Texas. Yours very truly, Melvin W. Jackson Dallas, Texas sister, Mrs. O.B. Owen; and Mr. Carson's sister, Miss Sadie Carson. Sandra L. Andrews Bank- ston of Malakoff will join 872 other graduates in receiving her diploma at the Spring Commencement of Lamar University on Saturday. Ms. Bankston will receive the B.S. degree in art from the Beaumont university. Robert G. Stevens of Malakoff is graduating with honors May 15 at Stephen F. Austin University. Stevens, who is getting a degree in the school of liberal arts, has a 3.6160 grade point average on a 4.0 scale. He is one of 116 honor students Ann Hightower Benton,of Rt. 1, Malakoff, has pledged as a charter member of the Texas Alpha Xi Chapter of Alpha Chi at Texas Eastern University. She is a gradu- ate of Texas Eastern Uni- versity with a major in secondary education. A 3.6 grade point average on a 4.0 basis is requed for member- ship. Mrs. Evelyn Wilkie and Mr Sam F. Brooks of Dallas were house guesl of Miss Sadie Carson receritly and attended the Triple F Fellowship at the Methodist Church on first Monday The HOME Who Never CHECKED The to the editor Dear Mrs. Scheibe: I have recently received a copy of your column of April 8, 1976, regarding the appeal for joint Catholic Jewish prayers on behalf of the Syrian Jews. I would personally like to express my gratitude to you for elucidating and dissem- inating the truth on this issue. Your position and candor prQdl a fresh and impressive article which I appreciated immensely. With warmest regards. Yours sincerely, Dr. Sabah Kabbani Ambassador Embassy of the Syrian Arab Republic 600 New Hampshire Ave. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20037 How To Clean Electric Percolator To clean an electric perco- lator, fill it up with water as if to make coffee and add one tablespoon of liquid de- tergent. Plug it in and IPLACEMENT VALUE 1 itical during thehazardousnight,eggs go throughthewholecycle. Iof His PORPERTY D^l.,,_==i the had hatched. This cleans all the main IRISKS SERIOUSI |LOSS...CALL US BE, n All day Sunday Mama partsLillianOf the percolator, Mrs. |FORE IT'S TOO LATE[ I Calendar and Papa Cardinal could be Chenoweth, family seen flying back and forth resource management spec- with bugs and bits of bread ialist with the Texas Agri- U.S. CONGRESS Dtst. 1 that we scattered on the cultural Extension Service, ground for them, striving to The Texas A&M University Dr. Glen Jones sustain the bits of life they System; says. Rt. 3, Athens had produced under such Sam B. Hall terrifying circumstances. Marshall And so, as Glenn Alexander and I begin our new life inside the house, we are happy to know that the Cardinals are beginning their new life outside the kitchen door. May it be a good life for all of us. ._ . _ J There is more iron in three large eggs than in three ounces of drained tuna. TAX ASSESSOR Keith Hearn Athens. Billy E. Richm'deon Athens cOUNTY TREASURER Jane Holland Taylor Rt. 1, Athens Butane-Propane Gas ,00rvice.Tanks For Lmm m RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY RelianfcethGaS Co. C N. rmey, Owner 24 HoUr Wrecker Service Tires and Tubes Auto Repair Service The First Baptist Church is holding a poster contest for Vacation Bible School in grades I through 6, with prizes in each age group, the pastor Rev. James Cheatham announces. Vacation Bible School at First Baptist Church will be held June 7-11 from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. daily. Chris Drake and Blaine have spent the last 10 days with Mr. and Mrs. Marles L. Drake in Malakoff. Blaine went to Louisiana Sunday to visit his other grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stro- scheim. Marles Drake, Roy Clark and Chris Drake all went to Dallas on business Tuesday. Bill Kirby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carney Kirby, visited them here Thursday, along with his son, Charles Carney II, taking time off from a business trip to Dallas. Bill, director of the Westminster Foundation of Princeton University, Princeton, N.J., was a participant in a seminar  "Behavioral home improvement loan from Open All Saturday Tanner Motor llO [. Mitcharn 489-1292 EXXON SAVINGS & LOAN ltt, 500 S. Palestine l .Z  Athens, Texas _ 214-675-2223 Office Hours 219 N. Terry 313 N. 3rd St. Malakoff, Texas Mabank, Texas 8:30 to 4 p.m. 214-489-0991 214-887-4521 8:30 to 5:30 on Friday Dial 675-2269 in Athens to all of you whose votes gave me the first-place t in the May 1 Democratic Primary and enabled me to lead my runoff opponent in I  ,2 the 23 counties of the First Congressional | The runoff election is scheduled June 5. To win it, I need your help-whether you vohg" for me on May I or for one of the nine other Democrats in the Congressional rs Consider these facts:-I ran a positive campaign based on the issues and my ocr oppose! qualifications, without trying to tear down any pe0 |9 -I carried my home county with 63% of the vote, indicating the support of the who know me   -My home is neither at one end of the district nor the other, but in the cet, @01 I believe I can best represent all the dis fft -And, I believe the voters want a mature, experienced man prdven ability to step into this Congressional job-someone who can pick up the and move ahead with little, if any, lost I want to be your Congressman. It will take your time, effort and money to help me win on June 5. Yes, I want to help. l'lh [] Volunteer my time and services. [] Contribute to your campaign. My check for $ Name is enclosed. Sam B. Hall Jr. Drawer b4 Marshall, Texas 75670 J Addr City Zip Phone Copies of our reports are fik, d with the Federal Elections Commission and are available for Paid political advertising. Hall for Con_gnus Committee; Perry Huffman, Treasurer; P.O. Drawer M