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August 20, 1971

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Mrs. Thead0re Rice Dies At Her Home &apos; * CARPET- 00ont'00 ,00om page00 Wednesday Night; Services Pending PASCHAL HoME is $24,935. After paying current bills in the amount of $9,333, a balance of $16,602 will be left, which will leave a deficit of $18,398.37 after the August payroll is met. According to his re- cords, the school has already received all the money allotted by the state for this year, and since state mney for the coming school year will not be re- ceived until the latter part of Septem- ber (if it follows normal procedure) the school will be $34,398.37 in the red in September. In other words, somebody is going to have to come up with $34,- 398.37 to meet financial obligations for August and September, and as was pointed out by one school board mem- ber, "We don't have a kitty to pull it out of this time," referring to the $30,- 000. which was taken out of a fund last year which had been set side for a building program. The former school bard president brought to the board's l i i,ill ii i FRIDAY-SATURDAY AUGUST 20 - 21 lm li SUN-MON-TUE AUGUST 22 - 24 DEBBIE REYNOLDS "IT'S GOUt INSIDE" attention the fact that they had money in the Interest & Sinking and Tram- portation funds, but Stogner pointed out that these funds are oblipted for pop ments prior to the time h taxes for the coming year would be available to replenish the account. All school board members inter- viewed regarding the article stated that Kate Venable did accurately re- cord the discussion regarding finances -- including Bradshaw. Bradshaw feels the role of the news- paper is to "explain the overall picture --rather than record the facts on what actually goes on at the individual board meetings." Earlier this year the News Editor turned the school news beat over to Kate Venable following complaints by certain board members and others that he paper was biased and the Editor was incapable of presenting the facts correctly because of personal opinion. The Reverend Mrs. Claudia B. Rice, 109 Main Street, Mal- akoff, Texas passed away Wednesday evening at 11:05 p.m. at her home. Mrs. Rice and her husband Theadore moved to Malakoff about 8 months ago, having previously lived in Kansas City. The deceased had been in ill health for a number of years and was confined to bed with the exception of an oecassional outing in a wheel chair. Funeral services were pend- ing at the time of this writing -- with the Paschal Funeral Home in charge. Friends related that Rev. Bill Reisor of The First Baptist Church in Malakoff would con- duct the services. Mrs. Rice 75, was born April 4, 1896. She is survived by her husband, Theadore. We accept all burial policies at face PXONE 489-1 LET OUR NEWSPAPER HIT THE TARGET Cross Roads 'FRIDAY-St, TURDAY Stop hunting for the correct media for your advertising Do00,Day B,00an Ke0000lScho01 Schedule "WithSixYou I Cross Roads School schedule 'A'l6"v"'etlmmP '  for 1971-72. needs. Merchants are on target when they advertise in [ Registration of children- PLUS SECOND MOVIE [ Friday, August 20, 8:30 a.m. to .o., < i 12:00 noon. Regular ClassestobeginMon- our newspaper because it takes them into more homes day, August 23rd. MllCI1UM NNED 'fl gq t ul/lulm00 SUN-MON-TUE-WED AUGUST 22 - 25 ..0000..imoqm 00lKammr oF 1t-4E Hugh And Liz Henderson, Owne Anticipated enrollment for 1971-72 term is 220. Faculty members: Mrs. Eula Thornton, lst; Mrs. Elizabeth Green, 2nd; Mrs. Sheila Fikes, 3rd; Mrs. Kay Dunklin, 4th; Miss Linda Wallace, 5th; Mrs. Lillian Hardin, 6th; Mr. Donald Joe McGee, 7th and Math; Mr. Orzborn Williams, 8th, Coach, and Science; Karol Norman, Remedial Reading; Grady L. Gandy Principal; Joyce Scott, Secretary. in our community and their ads are read by more people who enjoy an excellent newspaper. Firms know the most likely people to become customers are those who have already decided to buy. By advertising in our newspaper we guarantee you will really bag your game. Start today. "For lleavcn's sake Inolher-o[ ourst, rill giv- ing you die Ix'st Imssible l)riee. '' FALL REGISTRATION FOR HENDERSON COUNTY JR COLLEGE Pre-registration for all classes Man-Friday 8:O0 A.M.- 4:00 P.M. Saturday 9:00 A.M.. 12:00 noon August 27- Orientation for a II freshmen 9:00 A.M.- Auditorium August 27- Last day to register and pay fees without late penalty August 30. Classes begin Academic Courses in all areas Technical-Vocational programs in Vocational Nursing, Ranch Mechanics, and Police Science Continuing Education - Evening classes on-off campus Credit and classes Business. Drafting, Data Processing, Management, Welding, Automobile Free bus transportation prouided .::. For information call (214) 675-6217 Athens, Texas :. :inancial Assistance Available Student WorkStudy Programs g ,:*:.:*;*;.**.,:..*:%*.*.'........'.''.'.'.,%'." ..,,,....*,,%%*',%'.'.'.',%'#.'.'.'.'.%", ,,'...',%..*;.,; ." ,;,.:.:.:*:.::.:*,:.:.:*:%::*T::-:'.'..=:#'  489-0531 THE MOST PROFIT- ABLE RESULTS FOR YOUR ADVERTISING