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12--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 21, 1980 I COOL IN THE SUMMER - CIRCULATE HEAT A VARIETY OF BRANDS WITH DIFFERENT FEATURES, COLORS, LIGHTS, AT LOW PRICES MULTI-SPEED FANS LSY[01 Reg. $159.95 THE ONLY CEILING ~Viih~>ol t ,,chriST A lhqh Alk,w, tJ!i~! h, A,ly L,,r~hon r '~nnr+Ii~P Ariel Wir~h~r A BRASS FAN WITH EVERYTHING ! AAIq !,LJgq [ i'll $.46.5 00 FAN YOU REVERSE BY 52" Brass A PULLI CARIBBEAN 4 Speed, 4 Blade White And Brown Mos'~ Mfg Co O0 THE ASTRO 56" Brass Wood Blades, With School House Light Codep Int'l In BREEZE 421 S. Carroll St. Athens EASY HANDLING LOW PROFILE, WIDE TREAD FOR STABILITY A78+13 FET: $1.55 B/ackwall Whitewalls Slightly Higher /AI IL & E/AISOI^YlS A L L WEATHER THE S TEEL BEL TED RADIAL THA T'S fllGH T FOR ANY SEASON P185+14 46,50 P195.14 4950 P205+t4 51 50 195-14 50,50 P215+14 52.50 205.14 52.50 P205.15 52.50 P215-15 56.50 P225-15 59.50 P235+15 62.50 FET:l.89.3.11 P165-13 FET: $1.89 Aggressive tread design with thousands of bffing edqes to at~ traction on wet. slippery roads With Trade In II III I IN WINTER 96 TROPICAL BREEZE 4 Speed, 52" Solid Brass, Wood Blades Moss Mfg Co CENTENNIAL FAN Two Speed, Low Noise, Operates On No More Electricity Than 100 Watt Bulb. S| 675-1870 ree ting! Balancing Available Additional Cost A78+13 FET: $1.76 B78-13 31.50 E78.14 37:50 F78-14 39.50 G78.14 42.50 H78.14 + 44.50 G78.15 43,50 H78-15 45.50 J78.15 4750 L78-15 49.50 FET: 1.76.3.13 I I I I Whitewalls Standard at no extra charge ty Council S new 9 COLEGE STATION -- The National Safety Council has launched a nationwide program to urge farmers and ranchers to adopt a 'no riders' rule to keep children off moving farm vehicles. Dr. Gary S. Nelson, a safety engineer for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System, said the Council acknowledges that most rural children and young farm visitors enjoy following adults to watch, or participate in, the daily jobs of running a farm. However, of the 1,900 accidental work deaths in agriculture in 1978, accidents involving tractors accounted for 150 deaths and thousands of serious injuries. According to Nelson, hundreds of children fall from tractors and other machinery each year, often to be run over by the drive wheel or trailing equipment. Children have fallen into feed or forage wagons and suffocated or have been mangled by unloading mechanisms. Even in a cab, a child is not totally safe, Nelson declared. Quick stops or turns may cause the child to be thrown against objects inside the cab. He said cases are also on record where the cab door came open, allowing the child to fall out. In addition, a passenger can get in the way, annoy or distract you or move a control and cause an accident. Farms wives are cautioned that a tractor is not a suitable place to baby- sit, "Operators should always check that no children have sneaked aboard and that all bystanders, young and old, are safely out of the way before moving equipment," Nelson said. Never assume that there are no children around when backing, turning or moving machinery, not even in the open field. P , Refrigerators, Freezers . Washers , Dryers , TV's Radios , Ceiling Fans , Air Conditioners "Come by and see us before you buy" 214 N. Terry 489-1506 Malakoff increase as ;+ :,i /i; ,i if JUNIOR VARSITY Cheerleaers, leading the cheers for the Tigers, ' bottom) Elizabeth Truly, Trisha Allen, LaTesha Hardy, Marsha Donna Leatherwod. Outside, left, is Denise Evans and right is Diana pictured is Sonja Streater. (Staff photo by Sandy McGuffy) Ag Calendar August 12- Malakoff Timber Trails 4- Conroe H Club, I Jons Club Bldg., 7-8:30 p.m. August 16 - Horse August 13 Rabies Awareness HCJC Student Union Committee, Spanish Trace Inn, Athens, a.m.- 3:30 p.m. 12 noon August 17 - Eustace 4.I4 August 14- Winter Pasture Program, and Hay Ride Courthouse, Canton, 7-9 p.m. August 18 - Stocker Calf August 16 - State 4-H Dog Show, Spanish TraceInn your (33) the" ;t 27, t 7: ,f tb .OwS. i Heavy Duty Shock Absorbers Prices effective thru August 23 L " [ ll(~hllle wilrrilrlly II Install new shoes * REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS Bleed system Add brake fluid Turn d~ums Your Choice Drum Drum / Disc Type EACH ~ lnstallation Available MOST CARS Shock's the only way to got RAIN CHECK POLICY Shook Tire Compeny miko! ovory Iflorl to lfllUrl ldequlll IUppl+I 04 lille Rime OIIpNI l~lll INOlll cir. tlln lltll irld prldwc|l may be llfl'IpMlfll~ Out ~ llKk lfl ll, lll CIIIII. rlla lltKlll Itl l~llyl lllUld llClll ll~In thl llll pe~lllul le llMl~inl~llml 0+ Indl~llll qlllnl~ll RmNld 405 E. Tyler 675-5712 Manager: Sonny Goode xes. :il man Lncilman