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September 10, 1981

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IOA--Tbe Ma]akoff News, Thursday, Sept. 10, 1~1 _--____-- ........ ===================================== Malakoff Tiger T-shirts $3.98................ Glitter T's $4.98 Hooded rain jackets, 4 to 14 .................._...... $4.98 Mens raincoats $3.98...................... Umbrellas $4.95 Ladies dome umbrellas $2.98 ................. Folding $4.98 S & H GrHnS m Malakoff y-Awap ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: is now associated with Operators Carolyn Duncan LiMa Scrimshire Pat Alexander for appointment call 489-0513 YMCA program The Henderson County YMCA Fall program is underway. Boys YMCA flag football leagues are organized with the season opening Sept. 19. Games will continue until early November. A clinic for boys and coaches will be held Sept. 12 for grades 1-6 at the Athens High School practice field. Girls fall soccer leagues are also organized with divisions for girls 7 and 8, 9and 10, II and 12and 13and 14. Gymnastic classes for boys and girls will also be offered with classes on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Bowling classes for boys and girls 7-12 years old will also be offered in September. Drill team classes for girls will be held for six weeks. Trisha Allen will teach a cheerleading course in Malakoff for girls in grades kindergarten through 8th. Classes will be held from 4 p.m. to 4: 45 each Tuesday. The fall program for adults includes volleyball leagues, men's flag football, women's dancersize class, racquetball, tennis lessons and karate, self defense. Anyone needing more information should contact the YMCA at 404 Carroll St. in Athens or call 675-9154. O MANGLED METAL, wrecked box cars Wednesday night. Damage as a result of e Coal's our most abundant fuel... Volumes ,~ bureaucratic reguhti,ns restrict our use of c~ at a time when its use nee& to Ix, eywouraged. We Americans have always been (drward-lt~king people. We've always kept our eyes--and our options--open. An energy optit.a wc need to exercise is the u,~ of c~a[ to generate electricity. It makes sense: o)a] is our most abundant fuel with known reserves that will last more than 300 years at present rates of consumption; its cost is rising slower than that of other fuels; and using it helps reduce our petroleum imports. The largest obstacle to ~ur continued development of this necessary re*)urce is over-zealot,s governmerlt regula- tion. By imp~sing unnecessary measures this unrealistic over-regulation slows our progress, increases the cost of your devtricity, and does little or nothing to protect the envin~nment. For exa,np[e: Present standards ft,r coii]~plants require nlore stringent emissi~m limits on a plant using low-sulfur c~)al than a plant usinR high-sulfi,r coal, which, in effect, provides an incentive m use "dirtier" coal and penalizes plants that use low-sulfur or "cleaner" coal. Regulatory documentation fi~r a permit to mine coal in "lbxas in 1975 consisted of a single report aNmt one-half inch thick. Obtaining ix'traits [br the same area m 1980 required w~h,mes of relx~rts. We have the techn~dogy t(~.tay to use coal cleanly and safely. It~ plentith[ and relatively inex|~:nsive, if its use is not over-regulated. And we ~u.'ed the energy now. IEXAS P( )WER & [.I(;HI (X)MPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility The Henderson County unit of the treasurer. American Cancer Society of District 21 New board members added for two will begin their fall meetings Sept. 9 at year terms are Rev. James Bond, Mrs. the Spanish Trace Inn. Guy Brown, Tommy Combs, Don Gor- Officers of the organization are don, Tom Henderson, Dale Felps, Mrs. Richard Smith, president; J. W. Lam- Nancy Neill, Mrs. Jerry Rushing, bright, vice-president; Mrs. Zelma Leonard Sheppard, Rev. Charles Bccd, secretary; Mrs. Pat Smith, Wigley and Dr. James R. Wood. kllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll " HERE today HERE tomorrow In the last 15 years FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATORS have become up to 50% more enerj efficient. Art Show Saturday Sept. 19 Sponsored by Malakoff Art Society BFdgidaire h FPI- 14TJ Such elegance in a smaller capacity 1OO% Frost Proof Frigidaire Refrigeratod Special meat drawer, egg stor- age molded in door, Spreads Compartment, two deep hydrators...even an Automatic Icemaker Accessory is available at extra charge. Five luscious colors for beauty.., an Electri-Saver switch to let you control condensation without wasting energyl i Hwy 31 E Malakoff Mon-Sat 8 to 5:30 489-1529 III R SPECIAL OPENING PACKAGE INCLUDES: A ROOM FOR TWO TWO ROASTED PRIME RIBS OF BEEF DINNERS IN MISS NETTIE'S RESTAURANT A CONTINENTAL BREAKFAST FOR TWO ON SUNDAY MORNING A COMPLIMENTARY GUEST CARD TO ATHENS' FINEST PRIVATE SUPPER CLUB PLUS TAX AND TIPS HWY. 31 II EAST (TYLER HIGHWAY) JUST PAST CURTIS MATHES FOR RESERVATIONS and demolished rails were the result of a 16 car Cotton Belt the accident was estimated to be $350,000. (Staff photo by Ann MALAKOFF BOOSTER CLUB OFFICERS for the Callaway, president; (left front) Leda Lee, secretary; (r Spivey, treasurer; (back left) and Steve Cartlid (Photo by Ed Lee) I ,7 i " : 5! i:: :i. : A CROWD ESTIMATED at 2500 was on hand in Kerens celebrate the Kerens Centennial. Big Tex, originally made featured attraction in the center of main street. (Staff Photo e sory o o comml AUSTIN-- Texas State Represen- tative Elton Bomer of Athens has been appointed by House Speaker Bill Clayton to serve a four-year term on the Sunset Advisory Commission. Established in 1977 by the Texas Sun- set Act, the ten-member Sunset Ad- visory Commission will review the state agencies due to be abolished in 1963. Public hearings will be held and a final report on the commission's fin- dings with recommendations for each agency will be published before the 68th legislative session. During that session the state agencies will be continued by legislative act or be abolished automatically. Rep. Bomer is serving his first term in the House and is a 'Committees on,. ~Jfs~ Organization and Staw.i~#.,~: On making his apl , , Bomer, Clayton S~r~i~ ,~ mission provides a I~ ,~~ people of Texas ~r; effiC/ state agencies ~- necessary. . ,.t "I am confident "'-ed~ aware of the impor~ ~1~.~ has been set before .,,~ i~,~ perform his duties .~I I~ l service to date in tl~:'~'~ proven to me that be_~iff~,~ conscientious repreS~i~lo~Siau,,.t "o~si "m deserves these sibilities." Malakoff Insurance . Life . Home . Bonds . AutO Now representing American Life and Acci Medicare Supplement policy 226 N. Terry JERRY GARRISON 110 E. Mitcham, 489.1292 24 HOUR WRECKER $ TIRES & TUBES MONDAY.FRIDAY OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY