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June 2, 1983

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The Malakoff News, Thursday, June 2, 1983--7A l ]ant h( )rse sale se 1 =- __ituari(,s Dubloon, in the auction ring Saturday. the Texas Fine Arts Association, 1982 Fune: ¢l services for Leon Cain, 49, The stud was sired by Spanish Chapo Citation Award winner from the East were. he d .Wednesday. at 10 a.m. at the and out of Skip Badlands 284. . • • First Baptmt Church m Athens with the Texas Fine Arts Association and an WesteraArt advi.qor to the Anderson County 4-H Bays. Bill He.nry and James Bond of- "Ground Tied," an original western nclating, uurial was at 4 p.m. in me painting (18x24) by Texas artist Marie ~ Bryan City Cemetery. Reed depicting a pair of tired ranchEPITAPH IS A GASSER Cain, an agent for the Texas Alcohol An epitaph in a Uniontown, Pa., Beverage Commission, was named the hash°rseSbeenaWaitingconsignedthetoendthe°fhorsethe cemetery reads: "Here lies the body of 1982 Hende~on County Peace Officers Ms. Reed is currently a member of Jonathan Blake; stepped on the gas Association 'Officer of the Year. the National Cutting Horse Association, instead of the brake." Survivors include his wife, Evelyn Cain; one son, Charles A. Cain of W pll :"O ,__ Athens; one daughter, Linda Fay Jones ater ut rbr~ ml|~lr Q~rdrb]r~ of Athens; parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.T. v ..... m.~, m, =..TW~.~, Cain, Kosciusko, Miss.; three brothers, -- Joe Willie Cain, Kosciusko, Miss.; The increasing po]lution of the t'ns .... " Samuel Frank Cain, Tuscaloosa, Aia., l~ for cns.p~al. . .... and Terry Cain, Long Beach, Miss.; one nation's fresh water supplies must be -rown sam some estimates are mat sister, Rose Johnson, Kosciusko Miss ; solved or it will literally be the death of only about two percent of our total And ~v~,'Al ni~.~ A.a.~nl~pw,~' " US, says a nationally recognized usable groundwater has been con- -'i;a-ll-l~re~we're~,aui',~'ol-liv"'er, E.P. authority on soil physics at Texas A&M taminated by toxic chemicals. McCracken, Hu h Whitne , Tom Dun- University. "That doesn't sound like much," he r, An .Tztm=m ]z=nltg7 ~nd l~J=v~'Yd'~lnvd Dr. Kirk Brown, who conducts said, "but if the aquifer you use for "-~d'~.'~n~"~'~,~'~t'~'~,~'~'~i~p~ w te ..................... ~ ............. pollution research for the Texas a ring your nvestocck or for Association members will serve as Agricultural Experiment Station and drinking water is contaminated, it looks honorary vallbearers has testified before national and state more like 100 vercent" -~ .- " ,. '. • , ltl" /* " ~ The iamlly requests memoriam ce legislative environmental committees, ivleCillcare costs grow made to the association. , said recently that there are alter- natives to disposing of hazard wastes in In Fiscal Year 1967, our government,DOROTHY LYNN LE~ IS underground landfills, through the Medicare program, spent Funeral services for Mrs. Dorothy "The problem could be avoided by $3.2 billion for personal health care. By Lynn Lewis, 32, of Oakland, Calif. and not placing waste in landfills," Brown Fiscal Year 1981, this figure had in- formerly of Athens, were held at 2 p.m. says, "but this would necessitate inten- creased to $43 billion--a compound an- Tuesday at the Church of the Living sification of waste reduction, recycling nual growth rate of 20 percent. Here are God, P.G.T. with Elder M. Jones and incineration and land treatment as op- some more facts you may not know ElderS. Hellams officiating. Burial followed in the Sand Flat Print .ounger Sel('(hGll r 1 96 l I Formula 409 :Q-Tips Jergens Ladies Sheer Cleaner * ~,~J{) ~:~Hr q Lotion Support Pantyhose ,~!;' {)wc=l:c: *l )rail ;' • ~5 I )Hr u,'u i81 b' Nylor/ 1 /o/~ lyl;r~t *AN purpolu! ( I*,arlur *l~t,~ItilHr ,tnd Xdry P'~, COtlQrl .4 Color!; *l)r~td 2 *t iHat ' I!~ar)dalfool iISIZ(!! A & R "No 1/(Ji~ -Zero 31or Cemetery under the direction of George W. Tucker and Son Funeral Directors. Mrs. Lewis died Monday, May 23. She was born May 9, 1951 in Grand Prairie and was preceded in death by her parents, Elder and Mrs. George Jones Sr. Survivors include her husband, L.T. Lewis of Malakoff; one son, Kevin Lynn Lewis of Oakland, Calif.; two brothers, George Jones Jr. and Elder Clifford Jones, both of Athens; seven sisters, Inez Watson and Clarine Pipkins, both of Dallas, Ada Calton and Martha Isaac both of Oakland, Zeffie Jones of Sacramento, and Mary Wyatt and Beverly Hurd, both of Athens. Pallbearers were Christopher Givens, Maurice Lindsey, Carl Lin- dsey, James Calton, Jessie Davis Jr. and Marie Davis. DENNY WALLACE Memorial services for Denny Wallace, 31, of Dallas were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, May 25, at All Saints Episcopal Church in Dallas. Interment was in King Cemetery at Aley. Mr. Wallace lived in Athens several years ago. He was a graduate of Woodrow Wilson High School in Dallas. Survivors include his wife, Kathy; one son, Sean; one daughter, Amy; his mother, Joyce Wells; two brothers, Tommy and Larry Wallace, of Dallas; his grandmother, Willie Wallace of Martins Mill; and several aunts, uncles and cousins in Athens. Berta Tatum named boating week chairman Mens Dickie Twill Jeans *'>!~ / ( ,~rt,,r~ ',i~: tr,h, l,~i¢cihl [)()/ h'I ','~(' ,hqq ( lif l, udi o/~'i)r~, [illl~ O i !'! :l iI I,'Vl ]l i '1)' Ladies Criss Cross Bras or,4,y,{ofl !,,/( f~l [)()i~l ,h,r it>,liJ(},1(J &H/{J tHl[);t(j(jocl %{y1(!5 oWl)It(! i)tq(li! *N(,t all, I,'~1 HV;JlIHt)t~? I[I ~ill Styles *A-H C Cup', ~;' h),l(J Mens Casual Socks by Garan Styroweave Foam Cup ~--Np,~ llS(J°/o (~rloni 20¢Y0 £lroIch *{;~ ( (jllfll e(> I f l I' (ClI~ lllflI,tll • Boys Novelty T-Shirt *50/50 Poly/cotlon *Sizes S-M-L '=ksso~ led Colors and saym!:js Deluxe Shampoo Spray *ideal for washing hair, bathing children & pets =NO. 6441 l I Air Mattress * 72"x27" 059701 with Pillow °InCludes repair Patch *Tubu)ar d.esign Airman Jerry R. Kemp, son of Jerry D. Kemp of Arlington, and Nelda J. Cartlidge of Trinidad, has been assigned to Lowry Air Force Base, Colo. after completing Air Force basic training. During the six weeks at Lackland Air Force Base, the airman studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special training in human relations. In addition, airmen who complete basic training earn credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. The airman will now receive specialized instruction in the munitions and weapons maintenance field. The airman is a 1981 graduate of Trinidad High School. Benjamin Franklin studied electricity Benjamin Franklin became in- terested in the study of electricity about 1746. He developed the theory that elec. tricity consisted of a single fluid. In 1752, he performed his famous ex- periment of flying a kite in a storm. He showed the world that lightening is electricity. In old Japan It was believed that eating ginseng root would help ensure long life. mos7s .,.'L44