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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June t, 1983 By JOHN H. COX " The long-awaited decision to red lgaate a major north-i uth Hen- dorson County traffic artery has been handed down, Now what may be an equally long wait for funding major Im- provements begins. State highway commimioneru have signed an order changing a 17-mile stretch of former FM40 to a state highway. The affected span runs from Mabank in Kaufman County to Malakoff in Henderson County. However, even with the redsaignxtion, lack of funds prevent immediate accluixitiou of right.of-way to be one of the state's most heavily traveled. "Nobody can give a time table right now," said State Department of High- ways and Public Transportation rmiclent engineer Cornels Waggonner about the project. "We need to first see what we can do to straighten out the al/gnment, then we can go to specific designr ents." The Texas Highway Patrol in- Waggonnor noted the project was in- vest/gated 32 rural traffic accidents in eluded ins 30-year program for the Henderson County during April, 1963, county formulated several years ago. according to Sergeant Scott, supervisor As with many state projects, current for this Highway Patrol Sergeant Area. economic conditions, which haveThese accidents resulted in three reduced state revenues, have forced deaths and 28 injuries. ,. outrightcurtallments, for upgrading the artery before the Henderson County Judge Winston highway department last month. Reagan said be was delighted the road "I'm glad they came through for us," had recelved the new designation, he said upon receipt of the letter con- Reagan testified as to the urgent need firming the redesignation. Patrol checks county wrecks and 1117 injuries. This compares to 1898 accidents, 41 deaths, and 1075 injuries reported during the same period last year. Seek second opinion When a doctor advises you to have and re-cemstructlon of the artery, said cutbacks and in some instances, The total rural traffic accidents for non-emergency surgery, you should Henderson County for this year is 119, know as much as possible about the which have resulted in eight deaths and pros and cons of the procedure before 79 injuries, making a decision. The 22 counties which comprise One of the best ways to reach that Highway Patrol District 6A have had a decision is to seek the advice of another total of 1857 rural traffic accidents this qualified doctor. That's called "getting year which have resulted in 55 deaths a second opinion." SPEAKING Ti4E TRUTH IN LOVE In G~atla~ tha ANMle Paul aid by inspiration, "Do n0t deceived God is not mochad; for whatsoever e man soweth that shall he aim reap." By these very plain winds we can understand that man will ha hold Kcountabie to God foe the way he c4~luts himself while here on cash. Man is not a machine. He has power to theme, and theref~ has the real~mibility to rake the ri~t choice. Each person must anow~r to God for his or her own self. There is no way one can shift their ruspandbili~ and be justified of plltieL Our tather cannot answer for his children, nm the children ~ their father, or friend for f~nd, but mmq parian shall stand befo~l God and p Kc0@nt of their de@do &me in the bed,/whether ha ~ Or had. Let me ask then, ham you accepted the responsibility which is /nonJr Am )~1 snokin8 FIRST the kingdom of God and His rightoeusnml (Matt. 4:~I). Let m imprm upon you, the Impedance of living Y~r llfe in obedhmce to tm L Str~w ' Gad, and unieas you do heaven will mint I~ your homo. 1 Thass. 1:7-9 and Heb. 5:1-9. Malakoff We welcome you to worship with us at the MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHRIST Sunday Bibla Study-9:30 a.m. knde/Mip 10:$0 Lm. and $:~ p.m. 419 N, Martin Wndn~ Worship-&30 p.m. Malakoff SPRING CREEK [ R.V. Sales & Sendce i E. Hwy. 31 2 miles east of Malakoff i 489-1163 I I FIT TO WEAR OUTLET 2)4 Terry St.Malakoff 489.0 J95 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 3i W. 489-0538 Open Sun:Thurs. 8 to 7 FrL and Sat. 8 to 8. IIIII TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489-1292 The Tanner Family DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY '*'Pleasing You Pleases Us" 511 Highway 31 East U9-1533 iMP and Mrs Bud Dulaney " OCHOA'S RESTAURANT, 489-1779 Maiakoft MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER ItS N. Torrj vism JKk JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 489.0512 Mr: and Mrs. Jerry Garrison Sunday I Thessalonians 4:13-18 Monday Revelattons 4:1-11 Tuesday Revelations 51-r4 Wednesday Revelations 11:15.19 Thursday Revelations 14:1.5 15.'1.8 Friday Revelations 21:1 22:5 Saturday Revelations 22'6-21 What does a nmn mean when he says, "Let's get down to brass tacks"? l lc means that he thtttks it's tinlc It) di,,K'uss the rcal issue And that's always a gcxxI idea! Nothh~g is gained by "beating around the l)ush." Wise mcll 8~ck tile ISSUe . . . 0Jld 8ttle it! In America there are millions of people who attend aud support tile Church. There arc other millions who do uot, What Is the real issue on which these two groups disagree? This Is the issue: Is man the self-sufficient master of his world, able to overcome eyeD, problem by his own strength . . . OR Is nitro the noblest creation ot'an all-powcrfill C-od, weak in the/hoe of life's turmoil when he stands alone, but strong when he,loins heart and hand with God? ~)u're a [nan and you've seen something of lit~I G ett~tg d(,wu to brass tacks.. '. are you stronger WFFH (K)D or without? i I MALAKOFF CHURCH OF CHttiST Jamea I. Stringer, Minister Bible Study ..................... 9:30 a.m. 8~mday Mornlns Wwship ....... 10:2.5 a.m. 8ueday Evuh~s Worship ........ a:00 p.m, W~hmsday 8err|ca ............. n:3O p,m. W~y Ladies B/ble Chss.. lO:M a.m~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH MALAKOFF OF MALAKOFF ASSEMBLY OF GOD MIItam Ibml~o, Pastm Ben Jo~ Pastm 8anday $he~ .................. |:4S n.m. fllmdlty Mornlas Worsblp ....... It :no a.m. Sunday kheoi .................. e:o a.m. Sunday Evening Worablp ........ 7:0@ p.m. Sunday Mornlq Worship... ~... 10:4~ s.m, Wednesday W0rship ............. ?:N p.m. Sunday Evening Worahlp ........ T:no P.I~. ~h'kAuxlUary.Sunday ......... nz0@p.m. W~eedxyMid-w~kServ/ee... ~:0ep.m. WMU, Tmmday ................. U:0@ a.m. Chdr Pmet~e: Sunday, CeleblmU~m .......... .6:00 p.m, Wedne~ky, Young Musicians., 3:~.m.t 8unday, Adult Choir ........... 8:0@ p.m. Wednesday, Music Makers .... ?:0@ p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH CROSS ROADS Lynn Lmllu, Pastw ~mdsy 8bo0~ ................. 1O:no a.m. Worship B~rvlce ............... 11:0@a.m. ~mday Night ..... .............. U'M p,m. wedn~lay Night ............... 7:30 p.m, PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED TRINIDAD METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CHRIST C. Sw/Ctaments, Pastm Donald R. Wik,, Minister ~nday $heol ................. 10:0@ a.m. 81today School .................. 9:30 a,m. Morning W~wship .............. !1 :ca a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:30 a.m. Eveaina Worship ................ U:30 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ a:0@ p.m. Wedneed~y Chancel Choir ....... ?: so p.m. Sunday 8~ag Service ............ 5: 30 p.m. UnReal Method~t Women meet Wednesday MM-week ........... 7:30 p.m. ~d and 4th Mondays .......... 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladles Bible Class. 10:0@ a.m. FFF meets ist ned ~'d Tuesdays!l:0@ a.m. "CALVARY BAPTIST (~HURCH OF TRINIDAD ......... Bill Walson, Miebtor 8mM~y School .................. 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 u.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:0@ p.m, Sunday Evening Worlbip ........ 7:0@ p,m. Wednesday WorlMp ...... ., ...... 7:30p, m. Auzll~ary, Wedneedxy... ........ 11:30 p,m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCil TRINIDAD CROSS ROAD8 UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Danny ~d/er, Minister Sunday School .................. e: 45 a.m. Sunday M~ralas Worsblp ....... 11:0~ a,m. Sunday Igvmlng~Worsblp ......... T :0@ p.m. Wednesday ..................... ?:0@p.m. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD t~ P~ C, I~ ~ PasW . Tim Edwards, Minister daVY~''''''''''~'':~''''lh4ei'm~' ,SandayMornlngW~blp ........ U:0@u.m. 8unday~heol .................. O:~a.m. &lmluyMornln|Worekip ....... lO:~a.m.~ndaySlmM ................. IO:tSa.m. 8mudayMorninsWorahip ....... lO:80a.m. SauCy EvmlLNI WoreMp..,. .... U:,i5 p.m. Bible Study ..................... 5:30 p.m. Ikmdl~y Evening Worship ....... ~ e:0@ p.m. Wedmmday Night: "" UMYF .......................... :,,U:4S p.m, -" ~tl~.. :,;, ~ .... , ........... ;.. e:4~ p.m. C.~mpel Slag/rig Every 2ed Friday of mm~th ...... ?:3@ p.m. Smd~mms .................... a:/Sp.m. ....... ?:3.p,=j ST. JOHN's LUTHERAN CHURCH In. W.lt tldm, lamo l~mlNMrtrlly It T31 E. Tyler ( Carroll t Lahr Cha pet) \ Feliowslflp Supper "4th Wedmaulay ................ ,S:3~p.m. Lad/~, Bible Study, Tuesday....:~s:se a.m SCIENCE 80CIETY ST. JUDE'S MISSION Z13 L ~w &,He 101 AUmm Father 8.G. Fades 675-73517 se~l~ held at Luther Lame at Hwy. 8S ............. ~ ............... 10:t0 ~ 8m~Iny Mass .................... 8:~a.m. Is/WM. s~ met m~i~ ................... 7:~ ~s. Sunday BehoM Immediately a~ ma|s ! BRADSHAW INSURANCE AGENCY II 1 South Terry Malakoft 489-1335 Bill and Betty Oradshaw I01 T-SHIRT HUT E Mitcharn Ma~akoff 489-1055 THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams and Earl (}entry FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MAI.AKOFF Highway/, [ 489-099! K&K KOATINGS, INC. Highway 31 East 489-1920 Mn~ Jeff Hopkins ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 4B9-0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner McCoo!'s Dept. Store 489-1532 Jack McC0@I McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 E, RoI~II Blvd. 48~0527 G(me BOWl, Manol~r FEED BOX Heea lunch with us after Church this Sunday at Mich0@l's Cove 451-2331 TEXAS CLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 / ~e REBECCA DIXON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dixon of Cross take a five-week study tour of Europe this summer with a group University. Miss Dixon is a Junior at Baylor and has been Omicron Phi National Home Ec Honor Society. The tour, Dorothy McAlister and Dr. Alta Lane, will Include studies of interior ' fashion merchandising. They will travel to Italy, France and tesy photo) Adelines By ARLINE LONON Rules Director Jo Ann Willis The weekend of April 30 was another the best standing rules special one for the Sweet Adelines of region this year, the only Region 10. It was competition time, this proved. Regional dire year held in Baton Rouge, La. Five aware of the activities members of the Prospectice Cedar tive Cedar Creek Creek Chapter attended, including President Carolyn Mclntyre. Others were Virginia Reeder, Barbara Wheeler, Judi Wyatt and Jo Chambers. As usual, the ladies had a wonderful time. The singing was fantastic and the judges were hard pressed to determine a winner. They did, however, and the Mission Belles Chapter from San An- tonio received the honors. They were also the largest chapter, competing with 78 members. The smallest chap- ter in attendance had 19 members present, including the direction. Next year's regional competition will be held in Dallas and the Cedar Creek Chapter is looking forward to singing in the big league. They were unable to compote this year as they have not yet received the important piece of paper known as a charter which makes them legal in the eyes of the international headquarters in Tulsa. They are in the final stages of the chartering process at the present and were complimented in Baton Rouge by Regional Standin IIII II The MOBILE HOME OWNERS Believe OUR POLICY Can Help WARD OFF EVERY CONCEIVABLE LOSS And Are PARTIAL To OUR LOW-COST PACKAGE' Of PROTECTION! .... .i pressed with the ces and request The Regional Annual Meeting (RAMM) was compet/tion weekend alsO, chosen by their chapters them. The local delegate Reeder of Athens. As with all the Sweet meetings, schools and gathering of Sweet across Texas and event to behold. Sweet never strangers for long, find out what part you si~ are family. Before this a new sister and will be received and hearts. Such is the Adelines. Several weeks aa Sweet Adelines Spanish Shores Senoras The meeting was in a and because of space full chorus was unable group which did McIntyre, Arline Lonon, pagna, Pat McNew Norms Green. Herriage acted as emcee club a little about the some history on America and the local ladies had never sung as an expanded quartet capable. are a challenge to later become an asset concrete to build upon, The Senoras enjoyed asked for an encore, refreshments were singors. RAMM delegate returned from Baton poem, author unknown, during one of the quite simply, what Sweet known the world over, "....we come to share friendships, and share Come and share. 675-3392. ::.; .'::.. , . ..:...":i : !'.:..:.,: ::/. :.: .. :,. "..'..: ,.,:': :... :,.::ii.i:::-.i. :..."! : ::::.":;" :-: [)airy Queen announces a really big sale on a really big It's a full halLpoundt of 100% pure beef. And it's 100% delicious because it's hot and fresh -- with your choice of lettuce, tomatoes, pickles and onions" i ,ntwFiM DaM Malal f W. U L COOK TREE & FENCE SERVICE "lJ~~ PnlWIm Your Lawn For Spring" mL iOeL 41tolm Now Open... MAI KOff AUTO 201 S. Terry 489-0169 SUPPLY Malakoff CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME W. Roylll Blvd. 485-1102 Maoul~t & Staff "n~ Quem Ju~ k, mp~ on Copyr~11983 [~ 0 00p Leo.ca A~ R,O*~IS Rewrw