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ZA--The Malskoff News, Thursday, June 9,1983 I II Box 509 II I I DON T I$11TII TILL YOU SEE THE WHITES OF THEIR EYES,,, I III III I II III t Long may it wave "o'er the land of the free and the home of the brave". This Tuesday, June 14 at four P.M. (Eastern Daylight Time), the National Flag Day Commitee urges you to pause, whether alone or in a group, and reaffirm your faith in your country by reciting ,the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Employers are urged to have someone recite it over their public address systems and ask employees to join in. Let's all give new glory to "Old Glory". Malakoff, Texas 75148 III II I I I I IIIII I II the banner of hope The flag of the United States is a visible symbol of America's history. Some 42 have flown over a land which has grown from a loose collection of colonies to a country united in a common goal: the preservation of the freedom which is the cornerstone of tradition. It conveys a message of stability and constancy. Back in the 19th century, Henry Ward Beecher wrote, "A thoughtful mind, flag, sees not the flag only, but the nation itself.., he reads chiefly in the flag the principles, the truths, the history that belongs to the nation that sets it forth." "The things that the Flag stands for were created by the experiences of a great Everything that it stands for was written by. their lives. The Flag is the embodiment, timent, but of history. It represents the experiences made by men and women, who do and live under the flag," said Woodrow Wilson. Honor your country. Fly your flag on Flag Day, Tuesday, June 14. e,'ing 6y,.,.nrounS,Ve// We watched a televised movie over house when private vehicles were ban- We hop in our cars daffy to; the weekend that caught my eye. ned by government. When the driver we need to go or even where The name of it was "The Last had tired of new government we might ltke to be. Ifthecar Chase." I haven't read up on it to regulations that dictated his job, aswell enough, wedrive determine the writer of the story or the as his spare time, he dug the car up where we purchase tickets background of the movie. It had a sen- from under the floor, put it back moving jets. sitive story idea that reminded me of together and took off on a wild ride to What a difference Ayn Rand writing .... the tale Of thre California where other rebels of the our lives if we were renegades fighting a bureaucratic system had gathered, travels to only those places system of government. He took with him a boy from a boar- politicians and law-makers The setting for the movie was in the dang school who had also been unable to should be. year 2000. Government had taken care cope with regulations. They were Fortunately we are not. of all our pollution and highway chased by an ancient jet pilot, hired by of cour country is a problems. It had simply done away the government, who would have done freedom that is allowed with motor vehicles and individual anything to fly an airplane one more our daily lives. transportation. All transportation was time. Tuesday is set aside as Ftlg government-provided to the places that I though about the movie in relation a day to salute our the government wanted people to go. to our lifestyle of today. The movie clearly was not a friend of We are a generation of a mobilehonor. mass transit systems, society. There are no dictates on our Be sure to fly your flag, The gist of the story was that a for- freedom of movement, other than those salute one as you drive mar race car driver had hidden his obvious ones that we place on our- about whatlifewouldbelike automobile away under the floor of his selves, not allowed to do so 50 years ago 40 years ago An alligator gar, measuring six feetAt a meeting of the Beard of Trustees and 11 inches and weighing 113 pounds, of the Malakoff Independent SchoOl and perhaps the biggest catch of the District Monday evening, H.G. Larkin season in this section, was made by of Sheppard Field, Texas, and a Fate Sherrill and E.L. Jackson from veteran school man was elected the Trinity R/ver Saturday night. The superintendent for the coming school huge fish drowned itself after becoming year. Larkin will replace C.E. Brown, entangled in a Trammell net. who is leaving for a similar position in The Mills Roller Rink, which has Elgin. i been playing in M#lakoff for the past for sgy i ll I weeki. The tl fl Wii tot fidown Sunday and the first leads left the city Monday morning. Listed as specials at Kirby's Self- Service Grocery were: Imperial Cane Sugar, 62 cents for 10 pounds; coffee, 22 cents per pound; flour, $1.79 for a 48- pound hag; and Viena sausage, 10 cents per can. Unusual plants will supply" food Under the sponsorship of the Consumers all over the world can ex- Malakoff Rotary Club and the pect to see more food products and food proclamation of the Mayor of the City ingredients from cottonseed, soybeans of Malaknff, next week, beginning and sunflowers, say industry experts at Monday, is designated, and set aside as a recent conference at Texas A&M "Clean-Up Week" in "The Lignite University. City." Non-conventional plants also will The Ray. D.A. Earley, pastor of the provide more fuel, rubber, plastics, First Methodist Church at Trinidad for lubricants and animal feed, the experts the past two years, and his family, are predict, as researchers find departing Henderson County this week replacements for products now Stupor- for Arp, where he has been transferred ted into the United States such as castor by the Texas Conference, which con- oil and tung off. vaned in Houston last week. I --,.,: 30 years ago Published Continuously Since 1912 J TEXAS PlqESS ASIOCIATION The Malakoff News 20 years ago At a meeting in Austin last the State Banking application for a new Town of Trinidad and charter. The initial institution, to be known as Bank of Trinidad, Construction work waJ earlier this a new _,d ive-in grocery Bankst s Drive-In. The 4 is being emmtructed b] 10-years ago * ' :' The Malakoff City day night at City spend approximately city's revenue sharing digger. In a candlelight Malaknff United Biilie Neal Lawson became Dennis Wayne Cannon. was performed June 5 years ago A larg, Highway 31 break the dam and Dodd's Lake. It took four the 40.year old lake. Bro. E.P. Allen Malakoff May, bringing the total for, 19.88. The first day fo Jtlnt 1.15 rainfall. to the editor Publisher ..................................................... Dan Dwello Business Manager ............................................. Tom Finley Editor .................................................... Ann Ronnsavali Assistant to the Editor ....................................... Lorl Callaway Sports Editor ............................................... Benny Rogers Advertisin Re resentatlve \ IS Ip ...................................Dawn Lun. dy The Malako/f News (&~ST00 is published weekly by Community lnfornmUon Center, Inc., st Malako/f, 'Ix., pust o/rite addrms being P. O. Box 5~, Malakoff, 'Ix. 75148. Subscript/oil rates: II.00 par ~ in Hemimmm Cotmty (~.~0 for senior cSlzem); ~,50 par year in Texu; $7.~0 per year nilewhe~ia ee~ timmtel United States, Second-class postage paid at Mldakoff, 'lk. 7514S. IK)STMAffrER: Send Iddre~ changes to The Malako/f News, P, O. Box 509, Malak~f, Tx. ~I4S II m ml ill ii ii ii sl m m sw ms m m i~ ms m. m m m ~i m m m m m m m m ~ I , Yes, I want, to subsemibe! : ()Please send me a one year subscription to The Malokoff News. En- I out of 2O of its know we are carriers I clesed is my check for $.____._. I cl ldren bern with tl s I Name I The money contt I City .._._State ~P. I citizens of Malakoff will lives of CF Please send a gift subscrlptlou in my name. Enclesed is my check for : reeearchers to find a support the II 8eat Te: ii NJi e. ; also help finance public "A&/r'ess____ forts, which will lead to ,I City State . : and proper treatment of tJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Again, on belmff of the I $4.00 per year in Henderson County I yotmg adults with Cystic I ll.se per year elsewhere in Texas s thanks for Joining the vol , ,,SO por year.lsewbere in *ea~ental U ' ,.*~ the men= fo. I Mail To: Ti~Malak~News I tro] and effective treatm I ~ P.O. Box $09, Mainkoff, Texas 75148 / Fibrosis. J m m mm m m m m m m m m m m mm m mm m m m m m m mm ~. m mm mm I~~I[O~/[NG./,: May i tie your column to iTo the Editor: Camp And I ' You" to the 19 I-62 senior | Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form J High School for the sweeI touching way I've ev ' : below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bered. 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