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Published by Territory Times :':'iii Publishing Co., Malakoff, Texas. :::: TEXA81977 ASSOCIATIoNPF:IESg :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ad lib by donna scheibe alexander A provocative question was raised at one of the area Town Meetings last Saturday. "How do you get news items published in the newspaper?" asked one of the ladies attending the meeting. The question startled us because we keep asking ourselves the same question in reverse. "How can we get more news about local people in the newspaper?" The obvious answer is that if more people would bring us more news there would he more in the newspaper. Local news is the life blood of the small town newspaper. It is our reason for existing. The weekly newspaper is the last intimate llnk between a citizen and his immediate neighbor and the local government which has the closest and most meaningful effect on his life. An editor has the responsi- bility to keep readers informed about decisions made on local governmental their the health - and ed of their families, and the quality of their immediate environment and life styles. If he or she is conscien- tious- and our editor is gathering just the informa- tion is a full time job. The economics of a small town newspaper are such that we cannot afford to hire a large staff of reporters to scour the county in search of news. We must rely mostly on our readers bringing us news about births, anniversaries, marriages, deaths, church activities, picnics, social events, and meetings. We want your news and we value it highly. We place no arbitrary judgements on news items because we think I Miscellaneous Close Out Sale Surplus Equipment Fumiture& Mlsc, 1971 - 12' Travel Trailer Shopmade 20' Float 12' Tilt Trailer w/wind 1973 AMC Gremlin G.E. '" 000 BTU conditionez Fork Lift Metal Executive Desk 10' Back Bar 8' Bar & Stools Coffee Tables, Etc. ECONO PORTABLE BUILDINGS 1-20 Canton 567-2139 some people may be more important than others. If you read about the same people frequently in our pages, there's a very good reason for the publicity we give them. Either they are active in the community and are doing newsworthy things or they are taking the time to bring us their news. You can do the same and we hope you will. At the same time if you bring us a news item and we don't print it, don't think we're discriminating against you or that we are not interested in your contribu- tion. Sometimes we don't have enough room to print all the news we receive. In order for a newspaper to continue publishing it must have advertisers. The ads you see in this pape? pay for our printing costs, the salaries of our staff, and our operating expenses. The more advertising we have the more pages we can print and the more news we can publish. Bring us your news and patronize the local merchants and business people whose advertising makes it possible to keep you informed about what is going on in your community. And. incidental- ly, tell the advertisers occasionally that you saw their ads in this newspaper and you appreciate the service they are rendering to the community. Help us to help them to help you! Also, friends, we welcome suggestions and helpful criticism about what we can do to make this a better newspaper, Dropus a note, call us on the phone, or stop by and have a cup of coffee and let's talk about it. We hope that you will work with us to ensure that this newspaper is your newspaper and contains the information you need and the news you want to read. to the editor To the Editor: Dear Mr. Herline, I am writing this letter to let you know 'that if no else reads and enjoys your article "From This Corner," I do, and especially the one in last week's paper about your daughter. I believe you expressed the sentiments of other fathers who have daughters. There is something special between fathers and daughters. I know for we have one daughter who is now married and has given us two precious grand- children, but there are times when she is still Daddy's little girl, which is as should be. Again, I say I enjoyed your article and will be looking forward to the next one. Sincerely yours, Mrs. Haynes Knox Find It In The News MALAKOFF ltll Lines of Insurance MAI.AKOFF NEWS NEW OFFICERS of the Ce- dar Creek Lake Business and Professional Women's Club were installed in ceremonies at the annual banquet Mon- day night at the Roundtable Restaurant. Left to right are President Helen Slaughter, First Vice President Marcelle Winston, Second Vice Presi- dent Mattie Lee James, Re- cording Secretary Lois Will- iams, and Treasurer Thorpe. Outstanding Women Honored At BP&W Annual Banquet Outstanding Business and Professional Women and a scholarship winner were honored Monday night by the Cedar Creek Lake B&PW Chapter at a dinner at the Roundtable in Seven Points. Jan Thorpe of Key Ranch Estates was cited as B&PW's Woman of the Year. Donna Alexander of Trinidad and manager of Territory Times Publishing Co,, Inc., was presented with the Torch Award as an outstanding professional woman. Tina Green, a Malakoff High School graduate, was awarded the club's $200 Jane Rudd scholarship. Itelen Slaughter was installed as president along with a full slate of officers in a candle-light ceremony. Other officers installed included Marcelle Winston. first vice president: Madie Lee James, second vice president: Lois Williams. recording secretary; and Jan Thorpe, treasurer Numerous members and friends of the B&PW were honored with certificates durlng the course bf the program. Maxine German. outgoing p'esident, presented the Woman of the Year and Torch Award. Mrs. Thorpe, Woman of the Year. is the husband of Stu Thrope. She is vice president of Malakoff Elementary School PTO and was in charge of the Spring Carnival. She helped start the Malakoff Public Library and is a volunteer worker there. She is secretary of the Trinidad Booster Club. a member of the Trinidad L Ladies Auxiliary, works with Trinidad Little League, was Cancer Drive chairman, and has served as vice president of the B&PW. She is decorations chair- man of Cedar Creek Lake Women's Club, is on the legal committee of the Key Ranch Property Owners Associa- tion, and was commentator for style shows for CCLW and M.D. Anderson Cancer Research Fund style shows; served as president of Cedar Creek Lake Women Club and is incoming treasurer of B&PW. She's secretary of East Texas Sideband Club, teaches craft classes to home economics classes at Trinidad and Malakoff, is bookkeeper for her husband's business, is on the library committee of B&PW. fishes. camps, cans. gardens, cooks, paints and entertains. Mrs. Alexander, wife of Glenn Alexander of Trinidad, is the owner and publisher of Malakoff News, Mabank Banner. Kemp News, and Free State News of Canton. She is active in B&PW, CCLW, and other area organizations. Her weekly column in her newspapers, ad lib. is a perennial pmze- winner in area and state newspapers competitions. The newspapers also have won top honors in North and East Texas Press Association and Texas Press Association newswriting contests. She was cited for her business leadership and for her use of women in professional jobs such as editors, photographers, and office managers. She acuuired the Malakoff I This is lignite coal... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: i!iil Police ,,,, Report On June 1, Chief Wilson investigated a two car accident on Hwy. 31 There were no injuries involved. On June 4, Chief Wilson and Officers Sonny Miers made an arrest on Hwy. 31 for disorderly conduct in a motor vehicle. On June 5, Officers S. Miers and Johnson made an arrest on FM 90 for drunk in vehicle and disorderly conduct. On June 5, Officers E. Miers and Hoskins investigated an attempted rape on two juveniles. Investi- gation showed incident occurred out of city limits and was referred to county Jan officials. On June 5, Officers E. Miers and Hoskins made an arrest on Hwy. 31 for drunk in vehicle and evading arrest. On June 5, Chief Wilson and Officer E. Miers investigated a two car accident on Hwy. 31. There were no injuries involved. News in 1973. She added other papers to the group in early 1975, and the Canton Free State News was purchased in February of this year. Dee Moore presented the Jane Rudd Scholarship Award to Tina Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Bill Green of Malakoff, is an honor graduate at MHS, and was active in Future Home- makers of America, Student Senate, was on the annual staff, a member of National Honor Society, and was a member of the MHS band for seven years, achieving numerous honors at band competitions. She was voted to Who's Who Among American High School Students her junior year. In 1976, she received the Paderewski Gold Medal from the National Guild of Piano Teachers. She also plays Bb clarinet. She is active in First Baptist Church activities. including the youth choir. She will attend Henderson County Junior College in the fall. "County Judge Winston See B&PW Page 10 IDENTIFY THE ONLY EXPLORER WHO HAS FLOWN OVER BOTH NORTH AND SOUTH POLES ? ELITY FEATURES The "Explorer" Who Has AUTO I.IABILITY INSUR- ANCE With Us, tlas ADE- QUATE LIMITS Over Both BODILY INJURY And property damage, Wherever His Exploits Take Itim! (Answer: Admiral Byrd) HARRIS INSURANCE AGENCY 489.1858 701 N.TERRY m It saved TPI., customers more than $81 mtIlion last year. HERE'S HOW For many years, natural gas was the only fuel used to produce electricity at Texas Power & Light Company generating plants. It was plentiful and cheap But in recent years uncertain supplies and drastically rising costs of gas have focused attenhon on readily available, lower-cost lignite coal. tn the late 1960's. TP&L and two affiliated Texas electric companies began a massive program to reduce their dependency on gas by constructing otants to use lignite. The first plant was placed in operation in 1971 and another in 1974. Others are. under construction and 13etng planned. During 1976. nearly one-third of the electric power which TP&L supplied to ts customers was produced at lignite-fueled plants and resulted in customer sawngs of more than $81 million. The price of electricity must continue to go up. however, because of the high cost of building new plants and other effects of inflation. But as TP&L generates more and more electricity with lignite coat. the increase in price will be many millions of dollars tess than if that electricity were generated with natural gas, _L II II'XAS I)WER & IJ(;HI (]()MPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility [ FARMERS & SUPPLY FEED.SEED.FERTILIZER Call 'Collect 214-396-2881 or CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING Kenneth Lewis West Owner Kerens, I everybody's buzzin about gE THE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM ON SOUND PRINCIPLES OF AND PROPER EATING . . . . NO DIFFICULT DIETS * NO DRUGS * NO SHOTS * NO HUNGER PANGS BEE TRIM IS A SUPERB HIGH PROTEIN FOOD! BEE TRIM is clesigned to satisfy the without the use of drugs. THE PROGRAM CONSISTS OF OUR BEE TRIM POWDER WITH MINERAL SUPPLEMENT Flavors: Bee Trtm Chocolate Bee Trim Royal Vanilla BEE TRIM Is More Than A ATHLETES get a great energy KIDS need energy . .. SENIOR with BEE TRIM they get that needed YOU CAN BEE TRIM Hardy's Pharmacy Hwy. 31 Wesz See Howard Hardy 2harmacist When you decide to improve your home with everything from electrical wiring to adding a patio, call us. Whether it is a small home i ! ? or !arge one, we'll talk w=th you! financi0000g your t improvement CITIZEN5 STATE BANg Bank On Us , 489.0530