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::!:% i i:i i:!i i i SHOP OUR STORE All Brands Sterling Sliver . . . Lmox and Royal Doulfen China Fine CryMol . . Fuhwis . . tiffin.. Imperitl LehJs Petter,/.. Franciscan.. Metlex Taylor, Smith and Taylor All Brands of Stainless Steel Stlrman Jewelry Store W. Skle . Pl. OR S-4m Athens, Texas ,,,,it i FOR SALE USED BRICK Several thousand good used brick, Cheap. Call 67.5-2147 or 67,5-7338 anytime day or night. GARAGE SALE Garage ,<:,ale -- Mimeograph machine, washer, gas range, TV, saddle, ml. items -- lw- est prices. One block north of Highway 31 on Lane Street, Ma- lakoff. Garage Sale -- Friday and Saturday, 803 Smith Street. HOUSES 4 BEDROOM BRICK 2 baths, Central air and heat, double car port. Built-in range, large covered patio, awning on all windows, new storage build- ing, fenced back yard, lots of trees -- Restricted addition, bricks only. 210 Maryland St. Phone 0158 or 489-1509. MOBILE HOME LOTS Crescent Oaks, 2-6 acre mobile home tracts, all-weather road, community water system, elec- tricity, telephone, wooded or open. We finance our own. Turn at Crescent Heights Baptist Church just off State Highway 31. Call McGuffey Real Estate, Athens, Texas 675-2411. GERMAN SHEPHERDS Tw9 full blood German Shep- herds, male. See at 306 Bartlett or call 489-1156 after 5 p.m. USED PIANOS Practically new, late model Wurlitzer piano, Call 489-1261. RESORT PROPERTY Lot No. 713, Key Ranch Estates, half aere. Make offer. 214-287- 2422. COI,I,EGE TFXBOOKS For Sale -- HCJC Textbooks: English: 113-123-213-223: Math: 143; Physical Science: 113-125. Phone 489-1401. PAINTING, TEXTURING Painling & texturing, interior & exterior. Experienced. Clean work. Free estinmtes. Sam Morgan 675-,fl02. PIANO TUNING West Piano Shop, tuning, re- finishing, repairing. Furniture refinished. 481317. t II I Tools Auto Pads Acessories t Dulmtey AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone 489- 1533 1rites, Tools, IPi.rtl, Aeeclw VALVE GRINDING SERVICE FOR RENT MOBILE HOMES 1% Bedroom mobile home and 1 acre pasture in Malakoff. $85 with pasture: $70 without pasture. Call 675-5676 from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. +or 675-7690 after 5:00 P.M. OFFICE SPACE Office space for rent. See Dun- lap Insurance. WANTED Civil Rights For Cinderella? At first glance, Mr. Harrison's ill seemed plain enough. It left his entire estate to his *'children," a word that obviously included his own three daughters. But did it also inchl his stepdaughter, the child of hl"s second wife? After a court hearing, the judge decided that the stepdaughter was just out of luck. He said the word "'children" did not include step- children unless the will expressly or impliedly said so. Want to buy: Avocada Green Electric Cookstove. Contact Mr. Freeman, Route 1, Trini- dad, Phone T/8-2287. NOTICE The Kountry Kitchen 7 miles West of Athens on 31 or 2 miles east of Malakoff on 31, is now serving regular family style meals -- all you can eat, $1.25. Cat Fish Dinners -- all you can eat, $2.00. Shrimp dinners, $1.50. Call 489-1317. Will work cattle, brand, spray, haul, catch wild cattle. Call af- ter 6:00 P.M. 489-0117. GENERAl, REPAIRS General repairs: screens, locks, porches, roofs, additions, etc. Years experience. Free esti- mates. Sam Morgan 675-5402. HELP WANTED Wanted, experienced farm trac- tor driver, full time. Call M. H. Jordan, Trinidad, 778-270'2. WANTED Caretaker for Payne Springs Cemetery. In- quire at BROWN'S STORE or Call 451- 3370. MALE Wanted -- intelligent man to work at Marina, must be bard worker, Call 778-2505, Trinidad. FEMALE 2 Mature age ladies, depend- able, neat. Apply Malakoff Dairy Mart 1:00 thnJ 5:00 p.m. daily. Good pay, vacation, other benefits. Pvt. Stevenson This ruling illustrates that even today, in traditional areas of the law, our Cinderellas may still be treated like under-privileged mere- hers of the family. "Although it may appear un- just," commented one court, "we must take the law as we find it." This applies not only to the right of inheritance hut also to the right of support. In most slates, the mere fact that a step child joins the family circle does m,t impose upon the stepfather any legal obligation to pay the upkeep. As a practical matter, however. qepfalhers generally do support their stepchildren--and may, of course, go through a formal adop- Ibm ceremony. Furthermore. especially in the newer field of law. there is a growing tendency--sometinles by ,,pecific statutory enactment--to place stepchildren on an equal footing with natural children. Consider this case: A factory worker was killed in an industrial accident, When his family put in a claim for work- men's compensation, the compan) readily agreed Io pay the victim's widow and young son. But it re- fused to pay anything It) his step- daughter, even though she had been living for years as a regular member of the family. However. when the matter was leqed in court the judge look note of the humanit:lrian purpose of the modern workmen's corn- pens;ilion system. "('ompensation is not inheri- hlnce." he said. "its purpo is to give relief to dependents of one killed in industry." '[hereupon the court ordered the company 1o pa) a full share of compensation to Ihe step- d,lllghlcr, since she l) did indeed need relief and 2) was indeed a der'nden! Cedar Creek Riding Club by BETH KELLY New show dates for the Tri County Horse Shows Association were set at a regular meeting in the Navarro County Court Completes Basic "+m Shows are slated to begin August 7lh in Blooming Grove, Ft Bliss. Texas -- Army Private J. R. Stevenson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevenson, Sr.. Fort Worlh. recently com- pleted an eight week automatic weapons crewman course at Ft. Bliss. Texas. He received instruction in field communications, supply procedures, target selection and gunnery, and in the emplace. ment, operation and mainten- ance of various autonmtic weapons. His wife. Virginia, lives on Route 1, Trinidad. followed by a show August 14th in Fairfield. Streetman Rodeo will be August 28th. followed by the Teague Show on September 4th, the Mt. Calm Show September llth, the Cedar Creek Show on September 18th. and the Kerens Show on September 25th. The Hi Point Show and final show of the year will be Octo- ber 2nd at the Pickett Arena. The Association also voted to formally congratulate all veter- inarians for theft outstanding efforts to control the sleeping sickness. GIBSON DISCOUNT PHARMACY (Prescription Service) 900 ('orsieaua tlwy Malakoff side of Ph. 675-5069 Athens ..BEST FOR LESS" Registered Pharmacist on Duty Page Four- -- Au " MALAKOFF NEWS presented in recital at her re- Monday sidence studio on Tuesday even- by the afternoon, conducted pastor, Rev. W. H. 20 YEARS AGO 1hree students from Malakoff are enrolled at Stephen F. Aus- tin College for the second sum- mer semester. They include W. V. Robertson, Dewey E. Gib- son, and Jesse Owens Baker. Charlie R. Hall, prominent Malakoff farmer - stockman. died suddenly of a heart attack at his farm home near here about 1:00 a.m. Saturday. Billy Wayne Andrews, out- standing grid star of the MaP aloft High School Tigers has been chosen for a backfield position on the north squad in the East Texas All Star classic tonight in Tyler. Richard Tanner found out "the extra-work way" that wa- ter cooled window fans don't work so well when connected to the hot water side of the faucet. Sgt. James C. Crist of Cross Roads, and Pfc. Dean Duncan of Cayuga, both stationed at Lackland AFB, received minor injuries in an automobile ac- cident near Milano, Texas Mon- day. Miss Eugenia Thomas, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Thomas of Malakoff, became the bride of Pfc. Max W. Jor- dan, also of this city, in Fall- brook, California on Friday evening, June 22nd. The summer students of Miss Willie West's music classes were ing, August 7. Mothers and stu- dents attended as invited guests, the evening program, which consisted of piano solos, piano duets, songs and musical read- ings. Danny Royall has completed his training at Ft. Hood and is now employed in the Citizens State Bank here. Miss Jerry Courtney is in Longview this week practicing with the Kilgore Rangerettes in preparation for the coming trip to Chicago, Illinois, where they will perform. Joe Barnett, Jr., left Sunday afternoon for Dallas to resume his engineering studies at Southern Methodist University. During the summer months,he has been employed at the Tri- nidad plant of the Texas Power & Light Company. Today- Jerry Brown, Sybil Cliver, Jeanette King, Carolyn Drake, George Rlddlesperger, Barbara McKinnerney. Saturady -- DeAnna Davis. Eva Jo Roberts, Mrs. S. R. Quattlebaum. Sunday -- Mark lock, Kay 30 YEARS AGO Mrs. Verna Mae Newbill of Athens, owner of the LaVerne Wave Shoppe in that city, has leased the beauty shop equip- ment and quarters in the Mc- Bride Barber Shop here and opened to the public Monday. Work will go forward im- mediately on the lines of the Malakoff Water Company to the school building in the negro quarters west of the city. The Mrs. Dodge Gentry rent house on Highway 31, which is being occupied by the Elmer Thompson family, was slightly damaged by fire Monday after a connected iron had burned its way through the ironing board. Funeral services were held here for W. J. Dosser, 47. vic- tim of an automobile accident, at the First Methodist Church, Mattingly, Blanche Scholl. Monday -- John Doe, Jan Phillips, Bobby Spivey, T. E. Washington, Mrs. H. M. Bounds, Ervin and Mary Lee Matthews, Sam and Cindy Farrell. Tuesday -- Frank D. Moates, John Shumate, Billy Cogdell, Brenda Gunnels, David Downey, Frances Burley, Barbara Steenbergen, Lana D. Hightower. Wednesday -- Johnny Poole, Billy Atteberry, Kenneth Spivey, Joe Thomas. Jr. Thursday -- Macon Ashley, Roger Almond, Cary Morton. Mrs. V. L. Summerall, Phillip Spivey, Cozette Barnett. Marilyn Abron, Ralph Hopper. WILSON OIL COMPANY ASPHALT -- ROAD OILS P. O. Box 4010 Phone 5W-$051 TYLER, TEXAS I m re=- JERRY GARRISON f- About Your Insuran Dickinson, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Dodge Gentry. Under. "Current Miss Patsy Maguire has ac- are moving today into their new from Washington" cepted a position in rite office brick home which has just been Walker of New York at Kirby and Sons, taking the completed, proposed hat a place recently vacated by Miss Dr. G. Ward Sheller, OpEc- the only effective Margaret White. Other era- metrist of Dallas. was in the tailing the activities of ployees in the Kirby Store are city making arrangements to He has instructed the Raymond Reese and R. C. visit Malakoff regularly once shoot to kill. As Sir Courtney. each month. His first visit will Mrs. Elmer Roberts and be on Monday, September 7th, daughters. Mrs. Buddie Miller with headquarters at Weir's and Mrs. Robert Anderson. at- Drug Store. tended the linen shower in Dal- las Saturday, given in honor of Miss Fern Vandagriff, former Malakoff young lady, whose wedding to Mr. Lynton Yar- brough has been announced. The Malakoff School Band, according to Director Donal Russ, will number about 42 this year. 40 YEARS AGO Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Steward and Miss Agnes Day of this city received minor injuries in an automobile wreck which oc- curred in Palestine last Satur- day morning. The Stewart's car overturned twice from the im- pact of a car driven by M. F. Snyder of Palestine. V. C. Conner, negro laborer for Texas Power and Light Company, received an injury to his leg from a brush hook while working with a crew in clearing the right-of-way through Cedar Creek bottom for the company's new transmission line into East Texas. Sixteen stitches were necessary to close the wound. Funeral services for .Mrs Era Gladys Pritchett, wife of J. H. Pritchett of Trinidad. were held at' the Malakoff Cemetery Sunday afternoon. We Now Rent and Sell: Hospital Beds Wheelchairs alkers Commode Chairs IPPB Machines Other items Use your Medivare to rent or buy Medicare pays up to 80% Medicare + Medicaid pays 100% Hardy Pharmacy(00 489-1800 Life Aa:ident-Hneith Auto Inland Marine Bend, Windderm Fire Werkman's Lilbil/ CompenMtim Theft MALAOKFF INSURANCE AGENCY INSURANCE 226 N. Terry St. Phme 40.-12 leigh said about the axe. this is sharp a cure for all diseases- NEED MORE ROOM? Population explosion getting you down in your own home? Relax! Add a room. Add that extra bedroom, finish that attic or modernize your bath now. Call today for complete details, plans. Financing available. PAINTING Dr.CORATIVI ITYI.|N& "I'AP;NG PAPER HANGING * TXTONING IHtt;TROCVl ING -- "" tr i 499-1513 MALAKOFF BUILDERS SUPPLY A 105 N. TERRY 00CLOSED FOR August 15th. Thru 3Oth. Butane.Propane Gas FILL 'ER UP Service- Tanks For CHECK THE OIL Lease or Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. -Dial 675-2269 in Athens- COMPLETE BRAKE REPAIR Our brake experts are efficient and will give you fast service too. Don't take chances with faulty brakes. Our charges are reasonable. Major credit cards accepted. E00M[?S&RANCHERSSUPPLY LINDERS 00UBLIC SCALES MOTOR CO ,,,,,.,,x,, TANNER SEED--FER'IILIZER We B Scrap Metal ;.: ;,, ;New Used Steel *Concrete Mesh Rebar +tu  WRECKER SERVICE Sherwin Williams Paints / CUSTOM FERTIUZER SPREADING 3 New Tracks 16 BuBies . Noared,00. 0011396-2881 COLLECT For Prices- WASH THAT WIN EXPERT WASH & LUB All This And Even More At BYAR'S TEXACO Expert Wheel Alignment With BEAR Equipment, Tune-Ups, Muffler And Brake Work Air Conditioning Service DOUBLE STAMPS WED BANAMELAB[1. Wash, Labricate, Polish . Pick Up and Complete lane ih'reules and Dunlop Tires Tubes, All Sizes, Wholesale Prices BYARS TEXA00 Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489:1534, Bookkeepin 9 Service HAROLD GRAY Bookkeeping & Income Located On Hwy. 274 110 E. Mitcham - 489-0518 1 2 S. Oj ,.... 675-5222 tlht 7tott 432-,