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2A---The Ma]akoff News, Thursday, Sept. 1, 1983 THIS YEAR'6 AWARD GOES TO NORMAN FRISBEE FOR HIS 8C)UNDLE55 ENTHU61ASM AND DEDICATION,,, DOES THIS DISTRICT OFFER ANY EARLY INCENTIVES? ~ii i~/ :!:~:~ ~:~:~ /~i~ ~ //~ TEACh OFTHE YEAR ill want J ill II w'th II If II II per year in Henderson and adjoining counties Call today, 489-0531 Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 O O O II I While in Washington D. C. recently on a vacation trip we bad the pleasure of visiting with our Congressman, Sam B. Hall, Jr., at his office. The morning we were there Congressman Hall was recovering from a viral infection and arrived at the Sam Rayburn office building only in time for our 11:30 a.m. appointment. The house was scheduled to be in session at noon. We were greeted by his secretary and an aide. Our 13-year-old Chad was filled with questions about Washington and government in general and bad each question carefully answered. While we were with the Congressman we talked about mutual friends, the weather in Texas and what a good hay year it would be. At precisely five minutes until 12 his phone rang, Ida secretary reminding him of the session. While we were on our way out of the office a signal sounded throughout letting everyone know it was time for Congressmen to be at work. I bad wondered prior to our trip if our children, who have seen so much of the world through television, would be im- pressed with the sights. They were, and hopofully they will ca r~ ~'~l~d pressions with them of t~ n~_, ,~ importance of the governm 'tl o country. Hopefully, theYc; t0its realize that they are very working. Perhaps now as they O'clock news they will rmn a , long corridors behind tl e_ d l massive, painted ceilings o the many men who have w-,,--- hallways before them. rn _ ,all Maybe it has become more a part of their liveS. deserves that much. READY FOR WINTER? The ml ht as w !1 h " " " of the ~:.~ _ .. y g ave seen m 1raided in 1929. The photo captured a snowy view ...,ll~ texas t-ower & Light gonerating facility In Its early years with s nice snowfall as Imckdron. Freddie cude sul, r photo. (Courtesy photo) -__~..,he 50 Years Ago exemption amendments and the hisbondbasbeenapproved_nv l $20,000,000 bond issue for the relief of Fish and Game Departme " . The Malakoff voting box, with its the State's destitute, also carried by his commission has been meager 210 votes in Saturday's elec- large margins in the Malakoffbex. Mrs. Arthur Byers, ' ';, tion, displayed harmony with the The vote:? l 'aAml en atndwfe ree- on for appendicitis :t Democratic Party and voted with the repeal of 8th e - weeks ago, was bro Sl nation and the State of Texas, for the ceptionally close. Repeal carried by ambulance Wednesday .ax ni Y'. legalization of 3.2 beer and for the only 5 votes while the margain against tots say she is getting alone, repeal of the 18th Amendment, while the local-option was only S votes. The that it will be necessa : .stewj Henderson County bailed the pleas of lecal-optlon issue was the only question, remain in bed for at least the dry leaders and voted local-option to register the entire vote east in the Born to Mr. and Mrs. p s by a majority of almost two to one. local box. last Thursday morning The Home-Rule, the Homestead F.E. Dndson has been notified that pound baby boy. They have little fellow Paul Preston..., Jr., ,,.,,,~ Publlslted Continuously Mr. and Mrs. T. A.Bartlett~t~it v.- " I Since 1912 " Thursday for Houston for . r= I her mother and sister. TEXAS PRESS ellOW I The Malakoff News The Malakoff Odd F W~ _ Rebekah Lodges were Publisher ..................................................... van Dwelle evening to the regular Business Manager ............................................. Tom Finley of the Henderson Cou-n~e .t:~ Ed/tor .................................................... Ann Rounsavail Lodge. Members from Office Manager ................................................ Usa Weaim orpnlsaUons were preSem Sports Edltor ............................................... Benny Rogen Advertising Representative ............................ Dawn Lundy Rtley The Mahllt~ New8 (33e700 is published weekly by Community Information C~tm', Inc., at Malakoff, Tx., peer e~flce addrm8 being P. O. Box f~, Malakoff, 'Ix. 751~. Sulw.,Hption rat~: ~.00 per year in Henderson County (13,50 fog senior citizem ); 16.50 per year in Texas; 17.50 per year eiNwhe~ in con- fine.to} United Stats. Secmxi-chum pmtase paid at Mahtk~f, 'Ix. 75148. 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