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nings of TEN YEARS AGO In the dining room at Emmett ~onroe's Care Friday evening an ~athusiastic representation of the b4siness firms and other inter- ~ted citizens of the community f~aulated plans for the annual "ItOmecoming Day" Celebration ~hich will be held on Satur- day before Labor Day. FUneral services were held this ~eek for Charlie R. Litchfield, 68, M the Cross RRoads community ~Ptist Church. H. G. (Grady) Larkin, who won birth in the run-off primary | ~Ction announced Saturday that is withdrawing from the race. ! ~ leaves Harris Ballow assur- on the progress of Home- ~ning plans and a timely talk b~ Coach E. B. Bishop ~ Rotary luncheon highlighted last Tues- j~ ! ~l~- Cloey Reese, 54, f Trini- I ~ Passed away Monday in a ! ::~ell, New Mexico hospital. |- ~.q James M. Knox, husband / Betty nox of ,| off,L began eight weeks of Y basic trainin~ in the Anti- /,~aft Artillery Replacement ,| ~iug Center at Fort B 1 is s / l%ul Phillips, local real estate insurance man, has beer. as a delegate to the State of the Republican to be held in Fort Worth Brown, f o r m e r High coach, has been appointed the Athens Public Schools as High School coach and his new duties in the Rollins, 27-year-old Vernon, has been to take over the athletic of the Trinidad Rabble Brown underwent surgery at the Kilman Monday. YEARS AGO J. Trotman Sr 76, resident for more than died at his home i~ F. Buckner, who now rating of Water Tender in the U. S. Navy has Steve Dunton, Mrs. G. W. Urrey and Mrs. C. C. Lucas of Malakoff, died suddenly at his home at Walnette, Oklahoma. The Victor Theatre was trans- ferred August 1st to the manag- i ment of its new owner, Bob !Story. Little Charles Edwin Anderson, eight months old baby son of Sgt. and Mrs. Willard Anderson, week at Payne's Drug Store. The new Chevrolet Sales and 'Service place was opened in the city this week by Dan RoyalI. The business, located in the Dodd Building will operate under the name of Royall Chevrolet Com- i pany. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Mor- rison Saturday morning an 8- pound baby boy. Dr. P. T. Kilman left Saturday for San Antonio to attend the annual training camp of the Med- ical Reserve Corps. FORTY YEARS AGO Wirmiers in the drawing last Saturday were as follows: Mrs. T. A. Bartlett, $5; Mrs. R. T. Sanders, $5; Lena Shumate, $10. Misses Dorothy and Grace Flagg, and Archie Christian and Roy Weir Jr left this week for an extended visit with relatives in Mt. Vernon. A news item from the Lamb County Leader at Littlefield. heralds good prospects of a fine corn crop on the F. G. Dadler place, near that ciey, which is being farmed this year by John Miles, former Malakoff man. "The Covered Wagon" is the featured screen attraction sched- uled this week at Fred Rike's Home Theatre. FIFTY YEARS AGO George Miller of the Mankin community brought the first bale of the new season's cotton crop to Malakoff Wednesday. W. C. Smith is erecting a new 24 x 40 warehouse building on West Mitcham Street. The work is being done by W. A. Kirk. A fine baby boy made his ap- to active sea duty onthe pearance at the home of Mr. and S. Seginus. Mrs. Excell Dodson on August 0ral Truman Lee Griffith, ! 4th. Mother and baby are getting I l~~ of Malakoff, was report-along nicely but the father isl d after an air plane crash not expected to live. [ Oecured last Thursday in Eight ebony-hued gentlemen ot [ rolling-the-bones v a r i e t y, 1 tI. Dunton, 73, brother of were caught red handed Wednes- day afternoon under the bridge Cotton Belt tracks' east ot town, by Deputy Sheriff J. W. Crawford and Peel Dodson, whc was deputized for the raid. The prisoners were lodged in jail, but made good their escape during the night. Miss Josie Ward and English Jackson were Athens visitors on Thursday afternoon. Stock Your Fmh Pond With Fish You Like To Catch, Says Co. Agent By HAROLD SPANN A question asked by many peo- ple every day is, "What kind of fish shall I put in my Pond?" "Stock your pond with what- ever kind or kinds you like to catch," says County Agent, Har- old Spann. If you are catfisher- man only, then there is no rea- son to stock other species; the same goes for bass or sunfish. If you want all kinds, then bass, channell catfish, and redear sun ' e ~' 1 fish are compatlbt . Evidence indicates that it is not necessary to stock a forage fish along with largemouth bass, explains Spann. Many sources still recommend stocking a sun- fish such as the bluegill along with the bass. These cover large sections of the country including states north of Texas where the growing and spawning seasons are shorter and more gacirable for bass-bluegill combinations. A female bluegill can spawn as many as four times during a sing- le season in Texas, notes the County Agent. The results is thousands of bluegills that never reach edible size. Another factor contributing to the bluegill is that bluegills are not the "ice cream" in any fish's diet. Bass prefer feeding on their own kind and other species rather i than on bluegills, says Spann. Channel catfish are scavengers and eat few bluegills. If sunfish are desired, the most suitable species is the redear since it spawns only once a year and thereby lengthens the time before overcrowding occurs, says the agent. Crappie or white perch should not be stocked in ponds having less than five to 10 surface acres, because, like bluegills, they will overpopulate a small pond in one or two years. A pond should always be stock- ed with fingerlings that are ap- proximately the same size, such as those obtained from state and federal hatcheries. Never go to a nearby stream or pond and seine fish for stocking. "A balanced fish population is almost impossible to obtain i1 stocking of all sizes and kinds of r fish is practiced. Never introduce 'fingerlings into a pond contain- ing adult fish, particularly bass. A pond should be stocked with a balanced group of fingerlings only after the adults have been removed. Fingerlings for stocking private ponds can be obtained free of charge from either state or fed- eral hatcheries. CARROLL & LEflR Fnenl Home 0 Application forms and stocking recommendations can be obtain- ed from the local agent or game warden, adds Spann. Requests for stock fish may be made at any time. See Tom Browning, Game Warden in Athens or the County Agent. It is important for pond own- ers to fill the application card THE MAIJtKOFF Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 31, 1964 Page Three correctly and not to "hedge" on ,the size of the pond in an efforl to get more fish, comments the agent. It is just as bad to stock a pond with too many of the right kind as it is to stock it with undesirable kinds. Just as range land has a certain capacity for a specific number of animals, a pond can only support a specific number of pounds of desirable fish. o EXCERPT FROM A LETTER OF APRIL 17, 1962 "'It is my earnest hope, as indeed it should be the earnest hope of aft freeaom loving peoples, that the students who pass through the portals of this new Academy of Freedom will do so in the determined and relentless search for the means to shore up, fortify and revitalize that cherished heritage which they hold." " DOUGLAS MacARTHUR For more than 200 years, Texas and Texans have been identified with thought and action directed toward the preservation of man's personal freedoms. in keeping with this tradition, the Douglas MacArthur Academy of Freedom was established at Howard Payne College in 8rownwood in the Spring of 1962. The purpose of the Academy of Freedom is to prepare young people to understand the world in which they live to instruct them in historical backgrounds to give them an understanding of the governments of the various nations to teach them the social and geographical en- vironments of the peoples of the world and to develop within them an appreciation of the American Heritage. Texas Power & Light Company salutes the officials, staff and students of the Academy of Freedom and the purposes to which they are dedicated. For additional information about the Academy, wrlfe to: Reglstror, Howard Payna College, Brownwood, Texas. 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