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Jimmy Crouch receives degree Jimmy Edward Crouch was one of more than 1,600 Baylor University students who received diplomas in May following successful completion of degree requirements during the 1963 spring semester. Included were more than 400 students who completed degree requirements in December 19~2. Since graduation ceremonies are not held in December, many of the December graduates chose to par- ticil0ate in the spring ceremonies. members of the East Texas Nutrition noon meals program in Malakoff were dressed for a Pictured, left to right, is Elbert Faulk, Truda Leopard, lone McLain, Linda Martin, activity Baylor officials honored two in- dividuals during the ceremonies with two of the highest awards given by the University. Dr. Samuel Phillips Asp,r, professor of medicine at The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and associate staff physician at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, received the Distinguished Achievement Award. He received a bachelor's degree from Baylor in 1936 and a medical doctorate from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in 1940. Argentine scholar Dr. Risieri Fron- dizi, a visiting professor of philosophy at Baylor when he died in February, was honored posthumously with the Alumnus Honoris Causa award, signifying honorary alumni status. Baylor officials also presented a citation to 30-year-old economics faculty member Dr. Ray Perryman naming him a full professor after only and MaRie Thomas. They were all Judged winners. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) six years of service at the University. ....................................................................................................................................................... Also recognized were 11 other faculty members who were named outstanding professors. The Malak0tf News, Thursday, June IS, 1983--9A by Bus to Louisiana Downs J LINE 22 S'lll I O q il per person CALL FOR RESERVATIONS (214) 887-,3172 (800) 442-2268 CEDAR CREEK TRAVEL 301 S. Third-Mabank I st Savings g Loan Bldg. , ~# .... %.-- _ _ _ %- =... J _ _%.- OPEN UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT , Hwy. 31 E, of Malakoff * Specializing in Heavy Equipment'k Farm Tractors.Our Specialty " ,off.road equipment omit brakes ' over 35 yrs. experience All service guaranteed to y,mr matidaetion Olid y.~ , rcuan,~,, Will make nerviee ralh in your field or on your farm 4 -1057 # E of Dallas, of the 4-H was one of five and Crafts started at Library and Crafts program at the Malakoff by Friends , them. will last for seven from 3 to 4 in the library. be divided into two first organizations and individuals cited for outstanding service during the 1963 Texas 4-H Roundup at Texas A&M University June 7. Robert K. Campbell, president of TP&L, was presented a special plaque by the Texas 4-H Foundation, the ser- vice organization of 4-H and the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, 4-H's Anders earns ings Service News Marine Staff Sgt. Scott L. Fulkrod, son of Herbert Fulkrod of Route 2, Malakoff, recently participated in exercise "Ker- nel Blitz 83' on the coast of Sofithern California. He is a member of Marine Attack sixth grade. Three rib- Squadron 513, Marine Corps Air Station, each week for each Yuma, Arizona. Kernel Blitz was a nine-day U.S. Navy be held July 27 for Third Fleet training exercise involving grand prize ribbon more than 7,000 Marines and Sailors, 10 the best in each ships, and 40 aircraft. The exercise tested the capability of the Navy and be Wednesday, Marine Corps to evacuate American of children will citizens from a hostile area and project with "The Fourth combat power ashore. matter. The peek- The Navy conducted training in the een seen during the embarkation of Marines, live firing was also in the Malakoff conducted at the San Clement" Island r. range and an embassy evacuation exer- cise took place at Camp Pendieton, California. Both helicopter and surface assault forces were involved in an am- phibious landing which included simulated aircraft bombing runs and ar- tillery fire. Kernal Blitz is one of a series of exer- cises designed to test and refine the abilities of Navy and Marine Corps am- phibious forces. Center in of the Counselor Homefur- Education Center CHC certificate Chairman, Furniture of Cop- successfully corn- professional the training design, product assistance, ent. required to at- seminars of her number of points kkoff Square dancers to convene in Irving June 18 The North Texas Square and Round Dance Association (NORTEX) will hold its 16th Annual Installation an Dance June 18 at North Lake College in Irving. Installation will start at 7 p.m. and dancing will begin at 8 p.m. Callers for the square dance will be Don Fletcher from Midlothian and Zack Owen from Ft. Worth. Cuer for the round dance will be Ed Campbell of Duncanville, Newly elected officers who will be taking office effective July 1 include John and Mary Ann Smith, president, and vice president, Area 15, Charles and Dorothy Garrett. Donations Faulk, in memory of ,20 and Jewel Thompson, Dodson and Louis $10 $50 in memory of Brooks $36 station in the U.S.' and Ohio Railroad Maryland. An "Old Hand" At Fin- For RISING COSTS And Will Gladly HOMEOwNERS IN. "I'm not deaf! I just can't understand some words." If this is your problem... Oahlberg Miracle- Ear II' may be your answer. CORDS.NO TUBES*NO WIRES HEARING AID CENTER Eu~tare Shopping Ctr Hwy. I 75 !Eu~tace Tx 75124 425-4086 parent organization. TP&L has always been a 4-H partner to counties in north, east and central Texas, said Tom Davison, state 4-H program leader with the Extension Service. The company has sponsored or co- sponsored Gold Star Award banquets and programs for five fo the 14 Exten. sion Service districts in Texas and has assisted with 4-H electric projects, energy camps and materials for school enrichment programs. TP&L operates Trinidad Youth Camp which is available for 4-H programs, camps and conferences and this year is implementing a new 4-H electric training camp for youth living in the company's service area. TP&L's public service department has provided educational programs, in- cluding speakers, for numerous 4-H events, noted Davison. Hughes has been involved in National 4-H Congress in Chicago and the National 4-H Citizenship Shortcourse and Heritage Tour in Washington, D. 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