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lOA--The Malakoff News, Thursday, June Z, 1983 Wally Clayton, Commander of D.A.V. f __ool01/n Athens, has announced a g sale of "Forget-Me-Not" artificial flowers. "Ours is a great country because every citizen has a personal and spiritual stake in its life and its future. Many who are with us today had loved ones among the 116 thommnd Americans who died in the First World War . . . The 406 thousand who sacrificed everything in World War II.. The 55 thommnd whose blood stains the groundin Korea ..... and the 58 thousand who gave us their souls in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War," he said. Insurance . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto . Commercial y M. ,koff JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 BFrigidaire BRJgidaJre []Frigidaire [] 5,900 BTU/hr. Help eliminate stale, smoky, edoc.filJed room air the caw way. Just use the coflNnient exhaust vent to remo~ it to the outside. Enj~ 2.way adjustable airflow for per- f~t air circulation-plus 2 cooling speeds and 2 fan-only speads to list the cooling affect you want. Eaq-Mount expendable side panels simplify in. stallation. Infinite position Thermostatic control with numbered settings lets you find and recall the temperature you want. Get coati air.filtered, dehumidified and circulated-with a Frieidaire Room Air Conditioner. s41 - M-IZC-M Phillips Hardware &,Appliance Hwy. 31 Malakoff 489-] 529 Frigidaire []Fflgidaire BFrigidaire BRigidaire [] "And, though our nation is not at war today, we too often read in our newspapers about terrorist attacks on U. S. military personnel. Too often, television shows us the coffins of Americans coming home from trouble spots around the world. "The million and a quarter Americans who died in our country's defense have made the most noble sacrifice possible," he pointed out. "The mortar which holds our society together is mixed with the blood of heroes. We should and must acknowledge the great debt each of us owes to America's war dead. "We owe then allegiance to America....To the nation and the people for which they sacrificed everything," he said. "We owe them loyalty to the principles for which they died." "We owe it to our war dead to prac- tice the rights and responsibilities which they protected with the blood of life itself. "It has often been said that the best way to honor the war dead is to serve those who lived .... those who came home from war sick or disabled. Mare- bers of the DAV and its auxiliary believe deeply in this principle," he ex- plained. WEEKLY I IIII iiiii I II II i1| Recent high winds in portions of East Texas did considerable damage to some trees, especially pines. Any in- jury to trees make them susceptible to A common cause of death and injury to children in cars is being crushed by adults who are not wearing safety belts. In fact, one out of four serious injuries to passengers is caused by occupants being thrown into each other. lib II II I I SUNDAY DINNER BUFFET STYLE FROM 11:00 until 2:00 Dinner includes choice of 2 Hot Meat Entrees, 3 Farm Fresh Vegetables, Salad Bar, Hot Rolls and Drink. BOILED SHRIMP & CATFISH BUFFET ALL YOU Includes Salad Bar, Fries 8, Hushpuppies CAN EAT WED., THURS., FRI., & SAT. NIGHTS 6-8 p.m. LUNCH BUFFET SUNDAY THRU FRIDAY 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Q "If you can't go to Mama's -- Come to Alderman's" 6 MINUTES EAST OF THE ATHENS SQUARE ON JACKSONVILLE HIGHWAY 675-6661 HI I I I I I II IIIIIII I I I "Time and spin, they've fought the battles required to defend the rights and benefits earned by all disabled veterans from cruel attakcs. They've fought to improve programs needed by disabled veterans and their families. "The first Disabled American Veteran (D.A.V.) Forget-Me-Not Drive was held to raise funds to support DAV services and assistance desperately needed by veterans disabled in World War I. "The idea grew out of an image carried home from the first world war in the memories of soldiers who had seen spring flowers growing among tlm graves of comrades and allies killed in the fighting. One could respond to such a scene, with its promise of new llfe following the sacrifices of so many. The poem, "In Flanders Fields" Imor- talized that image capturing the hearts of people yearning for peace," he said, "The small flower says, "Please, Don't Forget Me" for those who had come home as well as for those who had given their lives," he concluded. Flowers will be distributed Friday, June 3, from 9 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at the First State Bank in Athens, First National Bank of Athens and InterFirst Band of Malakoff. LOG CABIN VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT was presented Stick" recently by Mrs. Jo Weaver, whose former husband was fire department. The "Hot Stick" is used to handle hot wires and accordi~ Cabha Fire Chief George Wilcox (right) they will be one out of three tments in this county that has one of these. He said that it will be used oal firetruck that the department is currently raising funds for. (Staff photP Callaway) i i iiii iii II insect damage, says Dr. James Robin- son, entomologist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. One of the most damaging insects is the southern pine beetle which is m. atJ : L usually active in May and June. Courtesy marine examinations will 5th, from 10 a.m. until 2 p. Therefore, the wind damage came at a be offered once again this weekend by 85, Seven Points, Prairie Cree . Gun Barrel, Den's Port and time when that insect is most active, the U. S. Coast Guard Flotilla Auxiliary Marina. Injured pines may also he attacked 5-14, based on Cedar Creek Lake, as The examinations will be by black turpentine beeries. Robinson National Safe Boating Week comes to a by a U. S. Coast Guard says to remove injured pines as soon as close. possible. Treatment with lindane or The Coast Guard Auxiliary is latin- representative. Coast dursban will help reduce the chances of ching this major effort to promote safe note that this is not a law beetle damage, recreational boating by conducting the program and deficiencies Hardwoods such as oaks are alsocourtesy marine examinations free of reported to law enforcement susceptible to certain beetle damage, charge. A large turn-out was seen by Rather, the program is desigiz '][ boater s safety, only. Several species of borers attack Coast Guard members who conducted i -" damaged hardwoods. Damaged limbs the examinations last weekend. should be trimmed and destroyed to The examinations willbeheld again Bill Fackler ,, reduce the chances of borer infestation. Saturday, June 11th and Sunday, June '' "'"' ' " " - ' '=' namedMav, ,.., % Beef $1.18 lb. Fore Qtr.. $1.08 lb. Bill Fackler, of the Cedar ~':M,~ ',. -- Guard Auxiliary Auxiliarist for the month of I 7' dK It, Dr. Fackler encouraged I auxiliarist to further their Hind Qtr .... $1.48 lb. Beef Loins .$1.68 lb. education by attendinli operational speciality c~. ~.~d~ Courses were conducted o~.'~Nt~; Cut wr pp.d to our speci/ cation and May in Administratl munication, Patrols, Seama "T. it " Search and Rescue. The received instruction No Extra Charge examined in the speciality eta; their choice. , Cross Roads Fi ,. . i ' Bapust Church ......... ;-...:'.... i : , "-: ..... Phone 489-1089 for whole Hwy. 90 Caney City An all-new and exciting been prepared by First Ba. Open 7 a 7 a.m, to midni of Cross Roads for their Va /ti t School to be held June ,6, "Jesus, Lord of Prom/sea' for the school, to be held ea '" from 9 until 11: 30 a.m. Classes will be offered from nursery (ages 2-3) teens. A back-to-basics Christian living is Bible-based lessons will be excitement and of many advanced Students will be song time, Bible study, visual demonstrations, interaction, craft making, We're never far from where you are. other innovative metho,ts Look no further than Cedar Creek with the theme. Bank if you are looking for a bank that The on the Jesus really cares about Personal Service which they transformed and Attention. ordinary persons. Meet Alta Morris, Virginia Ellis. and Wil- Workers in the school are welcome. For lie Johnson. These women are our attending and/or assisting, Tellers. Alto is the Head Teller, however, Lynn Ezell at 489-0625 or boo they will all help you with deposits, 489-o662. withdrawals, check cashing and many Bring the family, other services, neighbors. There is spiritual growth for all Enjoy the beautiful lobby of Cedar Bible School! Creek Bank while these experienced Tellers help you with your financial matters. NOW A The 900-foot U.S. Each customer's account is special, Intrepid, now permanently Plus, no question you may ask is looked the west down uF n if you will feel more confl- unique museum devoted to dent in Cedar Crook Bank s ability to and aer0space matters .... Displays and theme haliJ service your personal or commercial maritime development, the account. Alto, Virginia, and Willie have aviation, the Navy's role in your best Interests in mind. activities,the /ntropld'#,~,~l~ history and New York Cedar Creek Bank is the bank with tributions to progress in r your financial interest in mind. Dedi- outer space, cated and professional personnel work to keep you one of their satisfied cus- tomers, since a satisfied customer is like money in your bank. Come by soon and meet Cedar Creek Bank's dedicated personnel. Remember, 'We're never far from where you are. Virginia Ellis, Willie Johnson, and Alta Morris Seven | oJnts. 'I'vX~,S 75143 / (214) 4;~.3t~11 / Mt!nlbt', FI)IC