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t HARRIS !; InsuranceAgency::, 4891858 201 S leery Malakott ii 12A--The Maldoff News, Thursday, June 9, iiiii i i i L By Mrs. J.W, White Mr. and Mrs. John Earl Wh/te of San of our trees were blown off, and some Antonio spent the weekend with his timber was blown down near Oran parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. White. They White's. drove up Friday night and said it was Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tuebner were in continual thunder, lightning, wind and Dallas on May 27 to attend the rain from below Austin to our house. Flremen's Banquet. Their son, Doug And the wind did some damage here. TUebner, was awarded the Paramedic Bob Venable's barn blew away and was of the Year award. Others received destroyed. His boat and riding lawn- plaques, a silver service, certificate for mower under the roof were left un- $200 and trophies. Doug's award was a damaged. Most all the one ring and a His father I -- I grandfather lind been firemen also. There will be a picnic and cemetery meeting at Providence Baptist Church Fellowship Hall on Monday night, June 27. (I suppose at 7 or 7:30 p.m.). Arrangements for coming picnic and other business will be on the agenda. A large crowd was out for bingo Saturday night. The Jack pot was not won, and will be: ime. Featuring Fleetwood Wilderness and Wilderness Cimarron Parts, Smice end Accmoriu Available . R.V. PARK NOW OPEN. Open Monday.Saturday 8:00 a.m.-S:O0 p.m. Sunday 12:004:00 p.m. As you can see, your tele- phone bill has a different look. One of the reasons for this new format is to give us more flexibil- ity in complying with recent changes mandated by our in- dustry's regulatory agencies. This computerized system also should give us quicker access to your records so we can serve and answer your inquiries more efficiently and economically. Some of the changes include a summary of billing information on page 2. On the next page or pages, we've outlined the de- tailed reasons behind those charges and credits. We also sim- plified the long distance rate code (on the back of each page), which gives you explana- tions about the types of calls you made to people outside your calling area. We hope you like the changes. Please call us if you have questions. COVER PAGE 1. United Telephone return address 2. Telephone number to call if you have questions about your service or bill 3. Your telephone number 4. Your billing name and address. (NOTE: If this is not your cor- rect billing name and address, please contact our business office.) SUMMARY STATEMENT 1. Current billing date 2. Amount of last bill 3. Amount credited to your account for last bill 4. Amount of current bill 5. Date bill is due DETAIL PAGE 1. Payments, adjustments and credits for various services and equipment 2. Charges for vadous services and equipment 3. Total charges and credits for services and equipment 4. Long distance section 5. Date call was placed 6. Time call was placed 7. City called 8. Area code and number called 9. Code for rate that applies to each call 10. Number of minutes you talked 11. Amount charged for each call 12. Total charges for all itemized calls 13. State and federal taxes for toll calls RATE CODE A key to long distance rate codes is printed on the back of each page. RETURN CARD When you mail your payment, position this card so our address can be seen through the appro- priate envelope window. United Telephone of Texas "k Full Hook-ups "k Wooded Sights 4119-1163 Eut He/. 31 Malakoff i i iii! :iiii :i"iii :i': :ii i TWIRLING SCHOOL FINALE---A program was hem at THnldad School auditorium for the end of the ~Jmol. Cert/fleatos of participation were awarded to each student and trophy awards were presented twirlers 11, each division. Teachers of the school were majorettes (back row-I-to-r) Rosemary Arnold, Tara Thm'pa and Jennifer Chandler. (Staff photo by Ann RonnsavalD Gayle Finch, County Extension Agent A new college scholarship was an- nounced this week. It is the "Buster McNutt Memorial Scholarship." The Athens Jaycees, through cooperation with the Henderson County Extension Service, will award a $500, 2-year scholarship to a 4-H member from Henderson County to attend Henderson County Junior College. As the scholarship's name indicates, it will be awarded in memory of Buster McNutt. As most of you know, Buster began, operated, and owned Radio Station KBUD for many years, serving the broadcast needs of Athens and Henderson County. Over the years, Buster developed an appreciated closeness with the Extension Service and its 4-H Club program, the Athens Jaycees and Henderson County Junior College. It is entirely fitting that the Athens Jaycees would remember Buster by creating this scholarship making it. financially possible for Henderson County 4-H-ers to attend Henderson County Junior College. Any 1983 Henderson County high school senior who is also an active Henderson County 4-H Club member may apply. The application deadline is UnJt~ UNITED TEL6PHON[ COMPANY ~.~1020 CH[RRY ST ANYTOWN, USA 12345 BUSINESS OFFICE NO. JOHN DOE t ~:~ MONTHS CHARGES e~s ~ ~JU~r~ENTS--see ~eTAZ to, At SeRVZC~ _ ~EB L CHAOr;ES AND ~- 16 rO MARl< 'A'"'-,ED .... see DE,,,L .27 .~0 CURRFNT NONIHs (-HARGEs TOFAL AMOUNf DUE BY MAR US \ 800 12] 4]21 100 rE~ 16 198~ PAGE E 11.37~---~ 11.j? 9.85 " 9.89 C~ .67 ?Z.66 2~.66 SECOND POSITION Service Charge O~ Cullom FeMure THIRD POSITION (if APPliCable) Overseas R ,, Standard T ~ D,scoun! Y ~ Economy Cualom Feelure P -' Cell FotwerO u,, ua, tS I~llng I~ll~ e! the ,eOuceO rm.--~'" "=~ R . When hms $'mbol "" has been bi~eO toaYoTrarl in the left margin, I indtcellm i ' Y account f . I loll CIII Creek Reservoir. control plants such or rush. Last Friday, Specialists Dr. Jim Higginbotham and I Extension Service office. The ap- plication form, a high school transcript and a current 4-H awards program record book must be submitted to the 4- H coordinator, Randy Moore, by the above deadline. The scholarship may be used to pursue any course of study at Henderson County Junior College. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of 4-H participation, leadership and character, scholastic ability and financial need. Aquatic Weed Control Recently a herbicide called Endothan was approved to use in Cedar Creek Reservoir to control aquatic weeds. Endothall is manufactured in four formulations: liquid and granular Hydrothol and liquid and granular Aquathol. These formulations will control most of the aquatic plants Harbor. The second was City Public Boat RamP. wishing to observe the by either or both of about next weekend. results will be evident. Should you wish to of the formulations Reservoir, let me Private Pesticide to hold 2Oth reunion The Malakoff High School Senior Class of 1963 will be holding their 20 year reunion on Saturday, June 18. Any friends of these class members from other classes that would like to at- tend, please contact Melissa Spivey at 489-0633 for details. Men "Take Their Hats Off" To OUR MULTIPERIL POLICY, That Wraps Up PROPERTY And LIABILITY NEEDS Of A Businm, In A SINGLE PACKAGE! giving homeowners problems on Cedar (, Senior Class 63 available from my be completed and Texas Department of Austin. The license is your time and Employers en|er battle against major killers More tie as disease These and other degenerative diseases 75 percent of deaths in Mary Ann Shirer, a specialist with the Extension Service. According have encouraged establish health reduce the risk of disease among programs include exercises classes st plans, cancer program "The greatest healthy lifestyles place is getting daily habits," sta program are now ways to motivate on ways to last." Drug Quiz By by lxemt~10a; roll dSht~ I.wts, M show 90% started before proximately 54 smoke. How many prematurely a) 54 million b) 37 million c) 25 million d) 18 million Answer--One out Americans alive prematureI3 37 milIlon of the 54 (69%) will die disease. The preventable death in cigarette smoking. Correct answer - b. ::.,; .': " ... . . :'.';" .: ..'.''o' '.. . . .. .... . . . , .. . . . .'. , ".': .... .'.,'.(.'. : :: :!: : " :i:" : ~ :::: :!':: It's Dairy Queen announces a really big sale on i really big a full half.poundt of 100% pure beef. And it's 100% delicious because hot and fresh -- with your choice of lettuce, tomatoes, pickles te July 15. Application forms are is required. Study available from the Henderson County required to secure