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U--T Nm, Tbm ,j by Barry McWIIIiams cmc .. i in i iii ii i i ii i i i i ii The job is done One of the nice things about this area is the total effort and response that comes need. That response has been evident during the past four weeks as The News the Malakoff Cemetery Association to help raise $3,000 for new mowing cemetery. When C. O. (Pete)Dodson, association president, first came to The News Association's plight we were sure that the money could be raised. Our confidence has not been shaken, as not only have residents from Malakoff and donated the needed $3,000, but have gone over that amount to ensure proper cemetery. It was a job well done. Everyone who helped can be proud of the effort and the project. We were glad to have been a part of it. M e-An n_deri ng By Ann i ounsavalt With the left front tire of my car would have done little good with my of. wearing to the inside, I left the vehicle rice keys at Tanners. Lori Callaway, in the care of Tommy Tanner at Tanner our office manager, isn't scheduled to Motor Company recently to have the come in until 9 a.m. on those mornings wheels aligned, and I could visualize myself sitting on He was snowed under, he told me, but the sidewalk in front of the office for would get to it as soon as possible, two hours. At 5 p.m. that day I went by to get the The solution was simple. I would call my dad and ask him to drive me to Malaknff where I would retrieve my car and all of my keys from Tanners. Once I got that car I would become a whole person again. Dad had me at Tanners at 8 a.m. on the dot. car. "I'm not through with it," Tommy tqld me. "It will be a little while vet." Amy was scheduled to play softball at 6:30 p.m. in Mildred. There was nothing to do but leave the car overnight and bum a ride to Mildred with Stacy Dunacusky. Sitting at the game that night it dawned on me that I had not only left my car at Tanner's, but also my house key and office key. Fortunately, Bobby had arrived home from Houston unex- pectedly and was at the house when we arrived. My first crisis was averted. The next problem was how to get to work the next morning. Bobby leaves about an hour and a half before me. I could have ridden with him, but it "Good morning," Tommy greeted me. "Do you know what day this is?" I knew there was a reason behind his question. "Let's see," I said slowly, "it's Wed- nesday, July I." Nothing clicked. "Is my inspection sticker out?" I asked him. "No," he told me, "but they will probably get you quicker with those ex. pired license plates your sticker." Then I remembered. ago I had received a form from the state. I Amy's pickup, lengthy overhaul need to rush over Both vehicles are GMC, listed "truck" on the think of the one I drive asl I took a risk and drive Tanner's to my office. Bobby saved the day. numerous 'humerous' my forgetfuliness. He lunch and we took a ( for the license the road legally by I p.m, Just for the record. sticker also waiting until a recent little league wild ball, is replaced. I would, however, reminders from attends attends attends the meetings and reports to you the banquets and reports to you the games and reports to you All you have to do is subscribe per year in Henderson and adjoining counties Senior Citizens $3 per year o Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 (From the pages of The Malakoff news, January 20, 1916) Malakoff again steps to the front. That old and yet so young Malakoff, so rich in minerals and loams, agricultural products and delicious fruits and vegetables, Another rich mine of fenuine glittering black diamonds is ready to ship its product to any part of the world. Only this week the Cotton Belt has completed a spur to this property, so that now cars can be leaded with coal and then switched on to the main track very conveniently, perience in the person This new mine is located about one son has charge as mile east of Malakoff and comprises t00 he certainly knows acres, which are owned by our town- thickness of the sman, H. C.Harrell, and leased by a averages about 10 feet. number of stockholders under the name improvements have of Athens Lignite Co. Among the good engine house stocklholders are Dr. Thomas M. Mat- built. Later on the thews, Sr., Thos. M. Matthews, Jr., Dr. tenant houses and make j C. B. Richbour8 and others. We under- provements as are stand the royalty will be 5 cents a ton to Verily, the outlook the owner of the property, the very brightest A man of practical and wide ex- Providence and the the full meaning of nature has thrown i To the Ed Letter to editor To be considered for publication in the Letters to the Editor column an article must be original, not over 300 words and signed by the writer. The Malakoff News reserves the right to edit all letters. If deemed derrogatory, libelotts, un- clear or for some other reason unprintable and it is not possible or practical to edi! so t! will meet standard for publication, we will not be able to use it The name of the writer will be published along with the letter. We feel that a letter has little meaning if published anonymously. If there is something you feel should be brought to the atten- tion of readers but you don't want to have your name tied to it, let us have the information and we will look into it from a news angle. We feel that the Letters to the Editor column is the very finest medium available in this com. munity for expression of personal views on matters of concern We urge use of the column in a con~,~tructive manner, inviting those with views on any subject of interest to share them with our readers, I I " I _ ] I I ] qp..~ Member] I ~k trot[ Published Continuously TEXAS PRESS I Since 1913 I The Malakoff News Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor .................................. .............. Ann Rounsavalll Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lori Callaway Advertising Representative ................................. Cindy Ford Production ........................................... Staey Dunacusgy The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing co. at Malakoff, Tx., post office a~dress being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, 'Ix 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County for senior eilizens); $6.50 per year in Texas; $'7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second-class postage paid at Malakoff, Tx. 75148. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, 'Ix. 75148. I Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name___ Address City New Address: Name State.___ Zip Address City State Zip Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 () Yes, ! want to suimerlbe! Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. En- closed is my check for $ Name Address City State Zip ( ) Please send a gift subscriptior, t my name. Enclosed is my check for * Send to: Name / Address City__ State Zip SUBSCRIPTION RATES: aS.SO per year in Henderson County $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: TIDe MalRkeff News P.O. Box 509 Texas 75148 0' Mtl Dear Editor: We would like to preciation to support the Association's fun~ mowing equipment. We would also like to for their support and everyone aware of the Our new equil and paid for, tha Malakoff The average lead line 35 miles long words. 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