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July 14, 1983

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/,' i' i~, 'I /I 489-1500 403 Fast Royall Blvd. Malakoff :Z4 Hour W ',ECKER I J s ,RV,CE I '1 types Automotive Service }~~] All Automotive Parts Store , Open Monday through Saturday 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Ta] ~[~Lor Co. l lO E. Mitcham, Malakoff EXXON 489-1292 t 4 INZ GRAND CHAMPION COOK of the Black-Eyed Pea Jamboree C0oft-Off shares her prize winning "Eyes of Texas" salad with "Miss Black-Eyed Pea." (Courtesy photo ) Now Taking Orders Regal Sign Company Repmr and Repaint old signs Custom Built Signs - All Sizes Fast Service *Guaranteed Work We letter horse trailers and Vans 'If you don t .eed a sign... you obvious/ do,, any&rig to se//' 410 E. Ro all Blvd. 489.1115 Malak0ff Look for Investex Savings Association. We have checking accounts from plain vanilla to fancy free and good directions when it's time to update your checking account: to cam more for you. We also have offices in every direction -- 15 to be exact -- across Northeast Texas. 5% % Checking Account Investex Savings Association will give you a checking account and pay you % interest on the money you put in it. You can pay a monthly fee and have 5V, % interest p dd on all the m " ' oney m your account. Or you can keep at least $350 in checking, or $1,000 irl savings, and pay no fees to earn interest. Money Deposit Account You could call this a super savings account, because you open this account with a $2,500 minimum deposit and earn money market based rates on your funds. If the balance falls below $2,500, you still earn 5v, %. You re limited to six withdrawals a month in $250 increments and your checks are provided free. Super NOW Account account combines money market interest with complete checking privileges. Earn money market based rates on balances above $2,500, and % below. Write as many checks as you need each month -- there's no service charge. Call your Investex office for the current eaming rates on money market checking accounts and all the directions you need to get the best possible checking account in your name. SAVINGS New d/rc 'ons in andal service Athens Bullard Fomey Gilmer Kaufnum Lincoln Plaza Mahank Malakoff Mineoh Quitmun Tamm Tyler Van Whitehouse Wills Point Member FSLIC e John Crawford, publisher of the Wood When Editor Claud County Democrat at QuRman, was in the fat| of 1972, Crawfora editor, just in time forA Association at its 104th annanl conben- t/on In Austin June succeeding T.H. days from the decision. built a new pressroom, ira (Hal) Cunningham, Llano News uni iGoss Urbanite pre S publisher. Crawford has been in the newspaper equ pment, trained empl tA , business since February 1062 when he printed its first offset ed/t/w w[ [ days. ", graduated from East Texas State In the fat[ of the ]i Un/vorsity and worked a short stint as acquired a half infarct reporter-photograpber for the Vernon County Democrat ire DaUy Record. (Woody) and Fern W wo While ,till In college, Crawford son and, married the former mary Roach of Bonham, and they have two children: Ann Woddat[, decided Pacific North-west later ow'm' i Sue, now Mrs. Sterling Procter of atStayton, Ore. Dallas and mother of their two 8ran- ddaughters, Kinome, and Anna, 3,;The Crawfords ands son, Bill who graduated from ET- seat city of 1,963 ands contractln SU in 19e2 and light constructions weekly from a city of in Dallas. Mrs. Procter is circulation daily. Boston University graduate and aMary took over the co.pubiisher and and.Profossinal musician, as is her husb- with reporting and adverm From Vernon Crawford moved to The the side, plus typesettinSl,.,l [ DenS,on Herald, a 15,000 circulation all the other etceteras 'Harts-Hanks daily, where he was in- weekly newspaper. L"4 troducod to one of the early Falrehild Both John and Mary plastic engravers and later the Photo- in the press associati0M'. P .ident of the SearsLathelatheWldehandWaselectron/os.a combination of a b/g nA ffiatln in In Crawford became editor of the bee o the TPA board Garland Daily News which was printed served as secretary d L offset. However, the IAnotypes and 19e0to 1983. , Lndlows still set the type with page Crawford was horn proofs pulled and sent to the camera Fannin County, and room. Pictures were screened and Trenton High School. stripped in offset. Lone. Star Farmer d In 1968 Crawfoed returned to The tinue his education at DenS,on Herald as city editor. Agricultural College, now - sity of Texas at ArlingtO , the air Force after a years photographer, he retur f under the GI bill. Crawford has Kiwanis Club Club president, a Cub Scout committee Scout leader, Chamber of CommerCe and as chairman o Regional Alehol and visery Committee. He of the Year by the Professional Women Denison in 1979 and nnal award from chapter of Phi Delta tribution to education io He taught a course as an .ono~.oo- ~1t The term with who, a..r the drank a honey ,ubSU' " l.L.,,., waned. 1