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Page Four -- MALAKOFF NEWS -- September 10, 1971 SHOP OUR STORE All Brands Sterling Sliver . . . Lonox and Royal Doulton China Fine Crystal . . Fostoris . . Tiffin.. Imperial Lotus Pottery.. Franciscan.. Metlox Taylor, Smith and Taylor All Brands of Stainless Steel Stlrman Jewelry Store W. Side Sq. Pile. OR 5-4181 Athens, Texas FOR SALE HOUSES 2 bedroom, large den, large lot, i0 years to pay. Call E. F. Car- ter, 489-0230, after 6:00 p.m. Thinking of buying a home? Check the prices of our mobile homes with lot in Log Cabin Estates, on beautiful Cedar Creek Lake, at Highway 90 and 3054. AIR CONDITIONERS :!.L ton Philco air conditioner. Nice. covered, adjustable dress form. Call 489-1565 after 5:30 p.m. USED CARS 1955, %8. half ton, FOrd Pick- up, 778-2224. USED PICKUPS 1965 Wildcat Buick, clean, wife's personal car. Priced reasonably. See at my home. Ed Arthus 489- 1176 or 489-1550. USED FURNITURE For Sale, used Living Room Suite. $25.00, 489-1176, 716 Mar- tin Street. BACK YARD SALE BACK YARD SALE -- Friday and Saturday, September 10 & 11 -- Clothes, books, plaques & misc. Street behind Hi School Gym. PIANO TUNING West Piano Shop, tuning, re- finishing, repairing. Furniture refinished. 489-1317. FOR RENT Why rent when you can own a mobile home and lot with pay- ments cheaper than rent, at Log Cabin Estates on beautiful" Cedar Creek Lake at Highway 90 and 3054. OFFICE SPACE Office space for rent. See Dun- lap Insurance. 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. WANTED Wanted -- Good, used baby bed. Call 489-0251 or 489-1533. HELP WANTED MALE Wanted -- intelligent man to work at Marina, must be hard. worker. Call 778-2505, Trinidad. CHILD CARE Thomas Child Care Nursery has opening for children 2-6 years. Contact Mrs. Joe Thomas, Jr., 489-1457, 132 Lincoln Street, Ma- lakoff. State licensed. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No ex- perience needed . . . we estab- lish accounts for you. Car, re- ferences and $995.00 to $1,885.00 cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local interview, write, include telephone number, Eagle Industries, 3938 Meadowbrook Rd., St. Louis Park Minnesota 55426. Butane-Propane Gas Service- Tanks For Lease or Sale i iim,,i,i, ii, i i i i ill ii RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY i i i iiiiii ii iiii ii i i Reliance Gas Co. -Dial 675-2269 in Athens- FILL '[R UP CHECK THE OIL WASH THAT WINDSHIELD EXPERT WASH & LUB JOBS 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 WEDNESDAY Wash, Lubricate, Polish --* Pick Up and Detiuery Complete lane llereules and Dunlop Tires Tubes, All Sizes, Wholesale Prices BYARS TEXACO Hwy. 31 at Hwy. 90 Ph. 489:1534, Malakoff CARD OF THANKS The family of Mrs. Maude ..Ca- ney Martin wish to express their grateful appreciation for the many tributes and deeds of lov- ing kindness during the recent by FRANKLIN BRADFORD illness and passing of our be- It'll be a great day for the loved mother. Mrs. R. L. Eaton kids, as well as for the grown- and Mrs Willye Waterman. ups, when that first towboat Gulf States Trucks Take On New Look The familiar beige telephone trucks and other type vehicles of Gulf States-United Telephone Company are taking on a new look. B. C. Trammell, district manager, said that the new vehicle color and markings are part of the United Telephmte System's corporate identification program which is being adopted by member companies nation- wide. The new color, termed United Utilities gold, was formulated by DuPont especially for the United System. "It is a very pleasing, yet distinctive color and can be described as a yellow gold," Trammell said. The new color was developed and selected because of ira visabflity, durabilRy, favorable reactions to year-round weather environments, and low cost maintenance qualities. "h-ammell said that company trucks and station wagons will have distinctive markings, in- cluding a three-color stripe across the truck door. The stripe has two shades of green with a reflective orange stripe in the middle. Automobiles will not have the stripe, but will carry other company identification. "The change to the new color will be accomplished by vehicle replacement and additions which will take about five years. Repainting of existing cars and trucks is not contemplated. S S *Questions by THOMAS F. GUY Tyler District Manag Towboats Are Coming moves up the Trinity multi- purpose channel. Riverboats of all kind hold a romantic fasci- nation for people of all ages. You can be sure that the toot of the towboat will bring crowds to the waterway. But the big- ger "toot," of course, comes in the form of many great bene- fits, including low-cost trans- portatiou, flood control and re- creation. We are apt to forget that a- bout 50 miles of the Trinity Ca- nal have been built. We are talking about Lake Livingston. on the Trinity main stem. Tow- boats and barges will follow a channel through the heart of the reservoir. Also, the Trinity Ri- vex Authority has built an earthen embankment, or tie-in, for lock 5-B at the Livingston Dam. Now the navigation lock can be built without having to lower the level of the lake. Social Security Administration Q--I am 19 and have not worked under social security as I had polio at the age of 10. My fa- ther died recently and I am wondering if I am eligible for any benefits? A--You many possibly qualify for disability benefits on your father's record. You will need to apply to establish whether you are eligible. The general re- quiremnts are that you are un- married and have disability that began before age 8. Q-How much will I get from social security? A--The answ*er to this question is net at all simple hKause, as you have probably noted, we pay retirement, disability and survivors benefits, and too, we pay different categories of peo- ple. In order to get a meaning- ful amwer to this question, I would suggest you call your nearest Social Security Office and give them the facts in your particular case. Q--I get social security checks as a widow. I'm plancdng to b ,married soon. Will my chec istp? A--Not if you are over 60, but you must report the marriage The amount of your rheck mal change. Also if you're 62 De older, you might be entitled to a check on your new husband's rocord and we'll look into that for you. Send your question to P. O. Box Tyler, Texas 75701. Today -- Joyce Young Monk, Marguerite Cade, Lucille Warren. Saturday -- Bill James, Amanda Fladd, Sybll Rogers, Barneil Wright, Loren Walker, Frances Banksto. Sunday -- Doyle Hodges, Freddie Lise, Chipper Souza, Sheryl Ann King. Monday -- Sue and Leonard Teetz, Elizabeth Jordan, Tracy Thomas, Emma Laura Evans. Tuesday -- Tracy Stevens, Marcus Jordan, Lewis Viexegge, Lonnie Simmons, Don Paul Downey, Mary Graham. Wednesday -- Chris Drake, Doyle Shumate, Marshall Bell, Mrs. W. W. Jackson. Thursday -- Dan RoyaU, Jr., Monte Johnson. I I I oW,ONT A. JONB. O. D. I OPTOMETR,ST ' I S. Pak.aine, P.O. Box IIl c.d w.t A--., I Phe. OR $-269'/ Athon=, v,x. i JERRY GARRISON About Your Insurance Life Akkmt.Health Auto Inland Marine Bond= Windstorm Fire Workman'= LiabiLity Cempammtlon Theft MALAOKFF INSURANCE AGENC INSURANCE 226 N. Terry St. Phone 48%0512 People all up and down the Trinity are getting ready for navigation. They have seen from the new Arkansas water- way that (1) it can be done, and (2) it will bring tremendous benefits -- permanent benefits -- while enhancing the total en- vironment. Towns and com- munities along the Trinity are beginning to talk about river ports. The 100-year-old Trinity dream just has to be moving toward reality. As announced some time ago, Trinity River Authority is mak- ing plans for a far-reaching wa- ter quality management pro- gram to clean up the Trinity. James L. Strawn, TRA's pro- jects development manager, will have the help of an advis- ory committee composed of the best water quality men in the state. The personnel of the committee will be announced soon. More rains the past week in the Dallas-Fort Worth area should mean higher water for Lake Livingston in a matter of a few days. The latest rains --at least some of them -- fell on a soaked watershed, resulting in high runoff. Livingston needs a- bout five more feet of water to reach normal pool level. Also, the fish population has increas- ed to the point that our finny friends need more room. Derwood Jones, landscape architect for the Corps of En- gineers, Fort Worth, is one of the better amateur photograph- ers of the river basin. Using telescopic lens, Jones got some remarkable closeups of the birds at Sand Pond slough, near Palestine. Some of his better shots adorn the wall in his of- rice. Old fiver ferries on the Tri- nity provide one of the more interesting chapters in the his- tory of the Trinity. As a native of Palestine, I heard much a- bout Wildcat Ferry and Magno- lia Ferry, also Bonner's Ferry. Although these old crossings long have disappeared from the scene, the memory of them is well preserved in history as well as in the minds of those who used them. 20 YEARS AGO The City Council of the City of Malakoff voted in favor of a new water rate increase which will raise the minimum of $2.25 for the first 2,000 gallons to a minimum monthly rate of $2.75, and at the same time add an extra 1,000 gallons to the min- imum rate figure. The rate on the next 5,000 gallons over the minimum will be raised from 50c per thousand to 75c per thousand gallons. Gallonage over the 8,000 figure will be in- creased from 35c to 50c. Eleven Malakoff men came through with flying colors Tues- day at the regular weekly meet- ing of the Rotary Club when called upon to help with the football team by the new coach, E. B. Bishop -- those who vol- unteered to take football boys home, who live north of Trini- dad, from alter-school practice for a week at a time were Ray- mond Reese, Neal Lawson, Le- roy Kirby, M. B. Richards, Red Waller, Carney Kirby, Joe Bar- nett, Louis Scholl, Pete Dodsonl L. L. Moore, and John Jackson. Mrs. Grady Withrow, who un- der went a serious head oper- ation for brain tumor at the St. Paul Sanitarium in Dallas on Irving Man Drowns in Cedar Lake An request verdict of ac- cidental drowning was returned by Justice of the Peace W. C. Richards of Athens in the death last week end of Michael Vernon Randerson, 21, of Irving, at Cedar Creek Lake. The body was recovered by divers Sunday morning after it had been missing since Saturday nighL Randerson, fishing with Bruce Hamlin at Lynn Cove, returned Aug. 3 from Vietnam. A boat Randerson and his companion had bern1 truing came loose and drifted some 300 feet from shore. Randenmn started swimming toward the boat and called for help before reaching it and disappeared before could reach him. The body was found in about eight feet of water. Randersen was the father of a sevon-month-old son he saw for the first time when returning to the States. Sheriff J. W. Brownlow's department directed the aeamh operations. We Now Rent and Sell: GIBSON DISCOUNT PHARMACY ( Prescription Service) 900 Corsicana Hwy Malakoff side of Ph, 675-5069 Athens "BEST FOR LF.,SS' Registered Pharmacist on Duty MALAKOFF BUILDE00, SUPPLY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PANELING - TOOIL - MOULDING AND OTHER BUILDER'S NEEDS 105 N. TERRY STREET Hospital Beds Wheelchairs Walkers CommoEl Chairs IPPB Machines Other items Use your Medicare to rent or buy Medicare pays up to 80% Medicare + Medicaid pays 100% Hardy Pharmacy(0000 489-1800 [ARbtERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY K[mS TmS Monday, August 20th, is report- !which sum had been left in t ed to be improving. cash drawer from the R. T. James W. Smothers of sales. Malakoff, son of Prof. and Mrs. J. W. Smothers of the St. Paul Industrial Training School for Negroes, is making good with his work at the Naval Training Center at San Diego, California. He is now a Third Class Petty Officer and in addition to being the company flag bearer, he is in charge of 80 men. Born to Sgt. and Mrs. Wood- row Drake at the Memorial Hospital in Athens, on August 20th, baby daughter whom they have named Carolyn Lou. The little lady weighed 6 lbs, 10 ozs. and is the second daughter. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bonner Poole at the Kilman Hospital here last Saturday, August 25th, a baby boy weighing 8 lbs. and whom they have named Johnny Lyn. CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREADING 3 New Trucks 16 Buggies Ne Streaking Call 396-2881 COLLECT For Prices- LINGERS PUBLIC SCALES 30 YEARS AGO Thirty-one new members were added to the Methodist Church rolls last week as the result of revival held here by Rev. Grady Hallonquist, pastor of Wills Point Methodist Chureh. Due to the unavoidable delay in the delivery of the two new school buses from the Lima, Ohio factory, the opening date for the beginning of the Fall term has been moved up until Thursday, September 11th. James E. Taylor, member of the Legislature from Navarro County, received his Captain's Bars Thursday night, signifying his promotion to the grade of Captain in the Field Artillery of the United States Army. 40 YEARS AGO Mrs. R. H. Pickle, Sr. waS victim of "purse snatchers" Fort Worth early night. She was walking the street when a youth, had been walking along suddenly snatched her jumped into a car and away with two other men. Miss Lucille Truelove, has been ill several weeks a continued fever, was to have developed Members of the family others who have been in contact with the patient the past week have been typhoid serum. Cedar Creek Miss Clarine Chapman, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Chap- man, has been selected as a princess to represent Malakoff in the coronation ceremony at the East Texas Fair in Tyler. Weir's Drug Store suffered a small loss in cash Sunday night when burglars broke into the store. Gaining entrance through a side window, the thieves made away with approximately $8.00 Riding Club by BETH KELLY, The Cedar Creek Riding will conduct its last show the season tomorrow, her llth, beginning at 3:00 p.r at the arena north of A special invitation is ed to all, and a special you to the many area who helped make show possible. Those ing to the club were: Co. Livestock Auction, Coop Gin Feed & Seed zer, Farmers& Ranchers & Seed Co. in Kerens, Gun rel Drive Inn, Phillips ance, Carson's Farm Litchfield Grocery, Food ter, Olin Dukes -- all of koff, Leo Kinnabrew, Roads, Hull Equipment Chandler, Gerald PlachY Kemp, McKinney Grocery Whaler Conoco Station of tace, Corsicana Auction, Carpenter Grocery Jess Young Livestock of Corsicana, Goodyear Rubber Co. of Athens, Headquarters, between and Athens, Doyle Store, Caney City, Headquarters, Hwy. 90, koff, and Rob's Kountry on, between Trinidad and akoff. I i Boys Jeans, 4 to 16, clearance ............ 2.49 Boys Permanent Press Pants ...... 3.98 to 5.95 Little Girls Bell Bottom Pants, 4-6x ...... 1.98 Misses Nylon Shells .............. 2.98 and 3.9 Misses Bouses .................... 1.98 to 6.95 Misses Light Sweatlers .......... 3.98 and 4.98 Misses Sacks .................... 2.98 to 8.95 SMITH DRUG & VARIETY Malakoff -- Phone 489,1220 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. TANNER We Buy Scrap Metal MOTOR CO. New & Used Steel Concrete Me s h sRebar Sherwin Williams Paints ..  WRECKER SERVICE Located On .. 274 489-0518 Hwy 110 E. Mitcham - 1 2 '/ S 0 g5 3. 6 620 432-3331 /