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Page 2 - MALAKOFF NEWS Sept. 18, 1975 Mabda00 P,hlished Continuously Since 1913 Donna Scheibe, Publisher Editor & (;eneral Manager ...... Tom Herline Ach ertising ....... Barbara McKee Product ion Beverly Eads Sharon Carroll Subscription Rates: 4.50 per year in Henderson and adjoining counties. $5.50 per year elsewhere in *Fexa. and ,6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in the Pot Office at Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second cla matter. Published by Territory Times Pllbiihiu ('o., Malakoff. Texas, TEXAS PRE ASSOCIATION ad lib by donna scheibe Astrology ot a big put down last week from more than 10 American scientists who announced that it was, in effect, a lot of baloney. Furthermore they wrote let- ters to the major daily newspapers in the country charging them with irrespon- sibility because of the horo- scope columns they carry in their pages. In the scientist's opinion, newspapers help perpetuate the myth of astrology by publishing the predictions of Sidney Omar, Carroll Righter, Jean Dixon, and the like. Apparently they assume the newspaper reading public be- lieves in the credibility of the press and look to the print media only for reliable and important news. Arguments for astrology aside, the scientist's attitude toward American newspapers and their readers leads me to believe that they should stick to their test tubes, atom bombs, and cancer research. The), obviously haven't been reading newspapers lately. As a faithful reader of between 30 and 40 news- papers every week I am familiar with the type of news that big city editors consider important enough to take up valuable space. Astrology col- umns receive 12 to 14 inches a day...Ann, Abby, and Heloise are allocated a little more on a daily basis, and the syndi- cated news columnists come in for a goodly share depend- ing on their local readership, Then we come to the "hard" news which breaks up the space between all the ads. Last Sunday's papers were a good example of world events reported for the educa- tion and spiritual enlighten- ment of the American people. One of the Beatles -. or maybe it was a Rolling Stone -- has a new girl friend, which is nice except that she's bisexual in her sleeping habits. A bit of a problem that - and an uplift- ing item of" information for Sunday morning, isn't it? I also learned that Tiny Tim's child bride, Miss Vicki, is now a go go girl in a bar somewhere and recently did a nude spread for "Oui" maga- zine. Nobody knows what happened to Tiny Tim, the reported noted sadly. Also Wilbur Mill's girl friend, Fanne. has told all about her abortion in a recently pub- lished book that has hit the best seller lists...and the Jaycees in some town in Arkansas have cancelled her speaking engagement there. Why they invited her in the first place was not explained. Other stories of great im- port revealed that Jackie Today's COST Of rebuilding is Believed To Be The HIGHEST. Keep Your Feet High From Worry., ,Let Us UP-DATE Your HOME OWNERS INSURANCE NOW! hasn't made up her mind whether to accept the $3 million left her by Onassis or to sue Christina...and that Princess Caroline of Monaco is a trend setter among European youth even though Mama Grace disapproves of her lifestyle...And, oh yes, Princess Margaret and her husband are being very naughty at parties lately. An item of earth shattering importance is that men will soon be wearing make up -- foundation, mascara, eye shadow, and lip gloss. I can hardly wait. After an hour or so of absorbing all those relative and enlightening facts, I turned with relief to the astrology column. I doubt that the half inch devoted to what Saggitarians could ex- pect from the movement of the stars imperiled my im- mortal soul any more than the hot flash from London that Elizabeth Taylor is going to give fifth husband Richard Burton another try, Perhaps Richard should check on his horoscope to see if his daily aspects can help him stay away from the booze. Since science hasn't found a cure for his alcohol- ism, astrology surely couldn't hurt him. Take Advantage Of 50-Cent Subscription Offer On Page 9 :::: ii::i .%, The Red Wallers visited Dr. and Mrs. Alvin L. Waller at Quitman over the weekend. Accompanying them was Mr. Waller's sister-in-law, Mrs. Robbie Waller of Wills Point. James Glenn Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gray hosted a birthday party in connection with the Saturday QStory Hour at the Malakoff Public Library. The party included cake and punch. There were 12 youngsters on hand. Mrs. Gray was in charge of the story hour last week. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carter and family of Athens visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter in Malakoff Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ralph Carter Jr. and Michael visited her mother, Mrs. Floyd Smith, in Pasadena on the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dalrymple and Jason of Mala- koff spent Sunday with his mother and father, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dalrymple Sr., in Mesquite. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter attended 'Cross Roads Baptist Church Homecoming Sunday. Margaret and Bill Brad- shaw's children visited them this weekend. On hand were Bobby and Becky Tingle of Fort Worth, and Amy Brad- shaw from Lon-Morris College at Jacksonville. Mrs. Niner Cecil, grand- mother of Jack McCool of Kirby's was honored Sunday at a 90th Birthday party attended by five generations of the family. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCool, Don and Vickie McCool, Jack's son and dau- ghter-in-law, and Don's child- ren, Brad and Bryan, all of Athens. Jack's mother, Mrs. Ethel McCool, was also present. Mrs. Mannie Rogers is visiting in Frankston with her daughter, Mrs. Mabel Simmons. Nancy Myers of Commerce and her two children, Dane and Aaron visited her mother, Janice Phillips and her sister Jan in Malakoff over the weekend, Barbara Bell, of Dallas, visited Jan Phillips over the weekend. Jenny Rosenbloom, who is attending nursing school in Tyler, visited this weekend with her father, Dr. Joe Rosenbloom, in Malakoff. Leona Lewis visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.C. Reed in Kerens Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Riley of Houston visited Gary and Jo Lewis here Wednesday and Thursday nights. The Rileys are Mrs. Lewis' parents. Idellah Fowler and her daughter, Mrs. Guy Smith, visited Paul Phillips in Corsi- cana Hospital Sunday. Mrs. Nannie Drake and her sister Mrs. Willie Mac Hanes went to Waco Monday to take their grandson, Blanc Drake, home. Corinne Welch, a former resident, now living in Dallas, visited the Marles Drakes Sunday. 20th Anniversary Delta and Jimmy Mattingly celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary prematurely Saturday night with dinner at the Red Barn Steak House in Tyler. The anniversary was actually Tuesday. Dining with the Mattinglys were the Darvin Thomases of Tyler and the Harold Carsons of Malakoff. Cred and Bessie Patten spent the week of Sept. 7-13 in Duncanville with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Green. Saturday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Seat were Mr. and Mrs. F.M. Grimes, Mrs. Mary Lea Turlington of Athens and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Shields of Kilgore, Bro. and Mrs. Eddie Ricks and children of Ennis. Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Seat and Joey spent Tuesday through Friday in Greenfield, Oklahoma visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Monroe and children. Over the weekend of Sept. 13 and 14, guests in the home :of Cred and Bessie Patten were Mrs. Jessie Hunt of Pasadena and Mrs. Jack Damron and children, Sam and Cam, of Bay City. Local folks in hospitals in the area include arolyn Riddlesperger, in Henderson County Junior College; Mabel Fain in East Dallas Hospital; Jack Riddlesperger in Hen- derson County Memorial Hos- pital: Eula Hounsel in Corsi- cana Hospital for surgery to have taken place yesterday {Wednesday); Richard Der- den and Paul Phillips, in Corsicana Hospital; Virginia Morman in Mother Frances Hospital; Richard Tanner in VA Hospital in Dallas; Mrs. Geraldine McRee in Baylor Medical Center; Mrs. Alice Barndt in Presbyterian Hos- pital, and James R. 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