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October 8, 1981

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Association to hold membership drive Malakoff Youth Sports its initial by-laws membership fees in a meeting on Wed- 30, in the elementary The newly formed Will hold its next meeting on 19, at 7 p.m., also in the a short business meeting, discussed and approved for the 1981-82 sports the association's first Dribblers basketball baseball will be of- the association will sOftball, soccer and flag p for the initial $20. An individual mere- $10 and an associate businesses will be 0t$50. A membership in the each adult one vote and will entitle the a discount on each in- membership in the mwiim wm iw wu | ~i=====m=i=m==i===.=== : : MALAKOFF YOUTH SPORTS ASSOCIATION : APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP : : Name: Address: Phone:_ 0 Membership Fees: Associate $50 Type of Membership: Family: Associate: Family $20 Individual $10 : Individual: s Age: Names of Children: | Date of Application: Renewal Date: ' : ~WoJmmwall m wmmlmmmamwmlmmmeilmIwmiamiwnmiwlwmmiimwlimOiowmmmlm~ association, which may be found in this issue of The News, were distributed at the local schools this week. Association President Ed Lee has requested that parents do not send the completed form and money to the schools, but bring it the next scheduled meeting on Oct. 19. Serving with Lee as officers are Jim Fort, vice-president and Barbara Loper, secretary-treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were Dee Hoyt, Howard Hardy, Gloria Overton, Randy Monroe, Floyd Thomas and Benny Rogers. in a prepared already be in the to Dr. Sim Reeves, for the Texas 12-Oct. 16 beef on bun, pinto beans, chilled fruit, dogs, chili sauce, navy corn, coconut Agricultural Extension Service. However, if producers plan to plant smallgrain in a sod, it should be drilled in October. Reeves says the amount of early grazing from sod-seeded smallgrain decreases as the planting date is delayed. Wait until the sod- seeded smallgrain is about three inches tall before applying fertilizer. Ryegrass and clover winter pastures should be planted about the middle of October. The best grazing from these pastures will come after the first of the year. Gardeners and truck-farmers should plow under the stubble from their crops when the plants stop producing. Accor- ding to Dr. George Philley, Extension plant pathologist, this practice helps reduce insect and disease infestations in next years' crop. For best results, disk or plow the area several times during the winter to expose insects and weed seeds to the cold weather. This management tool could save on both the labor and pesticide bill for next year. V: Chicken spaghetti, pea milk. soup, crackers, & jelly sandwiches, salad, french fruit jello, milk. at school at the Malakoff Schools Malakoff High School with each other to could have the most house. class won with 40 which gave them a junior class came in attending and a 45% had 30 parents there and a 44% mark while the last with 25 atten- ,mark. reported that this turnout in years for koff Schools. class were allowed to early for lunch on and Friday of the contest. Airman Kerry G. Tate, son of Gerald P. Tate, Sr. of Malakoff and Ruth G. Stand of Waco, has completed Air For- ce basic training at Lackland Air Force Base. The airman, who is remaining at Lackland for specialized training in the security police field, studied the Air Force mission, organization and customs and received special instruc- tion in human relations. Completion of this training earned the individual credits toward an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the Air Force. His wife, Syble, is the daughter of Mrs. John Ward of Waco. He is a graduate of Connally High School in Waco. Marine Staff Sgt. Scott L. Fulkrod, son of Herbert L. Fulkrod of Malakoff, recently participated in air-combat training at the Naval Air Station in Fallon, Nev. He is a member of Marine Attack Squadron 513, Marine Corps Air Station, Yuma, Ariz. During the deployment, his squadron practiced close air support and deep air strike operations, along with live or- dnance deliveries. Fulkrod joined the Marine Corps in Nov., 1973. from page one "By whom and for what reason I don't know," he said. Alter the meeting, Constable Owens said there is a criminal statute requiring the commissioners court to pay constables a decent salary. He also said, "If they don't pay, I'll file a mandamus on them." The court approved a request for the laying of sand and rock at the training center for the Henderson County Fire Chief's Association. The court also approved the ap- pointment of David Monk to the Child Welfare Board, replacing C.C. Taylor. A bond was approved on Third District Assistant District Attorney Steven Stark. Stark also requested a full-tlme secretary to be on hand to answer phones and requests. Judge Reagan said the court would keep this in mind when the budget was finalized. Gwynne's Holiday Cleaners 416-A S. Palestine, Athens * Complete Laundry and Dr/Cleaning Senate * -WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES- Open Mon.-Fri., Closed Sat. 8ankston's G.E., Malakoff II AN ENERGY-EFFICIENT HEAT PUMP WILL SAVE YOU MONEY ON HEATING AND COOLING COSTS... AND EARN YOU A BONUS FROM TP&L! Now you can save money two ways when you Install an energy-efficient heat pump. Because It's the most efficient heating and cooling system avail- able today, you'll save money year 'round on monthly operating costs. And on top of that, you'll earn BONUS coupons from TP&L--$205 worth! YOU can use them just like cash to pay your electric bill. Before you shop for a heat pump, get some free help from your TP&L Customer Service Representative or Home Service Advisor... the Electric Energy Experts. Since TP&L doesn't sell or Install heat Pumps, your Energy Expert can give YOU impartial advice about what to look for and how much you can expect to save. Call your Electric Energy Expert today... Your BONUS Is waiting! i'EXAS POWER & Li(;I I'1 C( )MPANY The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 8, 1981---5A pening )nes- Polyflex Outdoor Paint Polyflex House & Trim Wash & Wear Latex Enamel Peerless Latex Wall Paint Super Coat Outside Latex Satin-X Interior Wallpaint Reg. 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The rate is based on 70% of the one-year Treasury Bill rate...a rate which may change monthly in general but will be fixed for one full year once you have purchased your certificate. Plus, the new law allows joint taxpayers to deduct from their tax return up to $2000 in interest earned from their "All-Saver Certif- icate"...and up to $1000 on a single return. The tax exemption will be lost if account is closed before one year or used as collateral for a loan. Withdrawing your interest on- thly or quarterly will result in lower annual interest than if the interest were left to maturity. Because you do not pay on the interest earned, you can actually receive a higher yield than the current 6-month Money Market Certificate. If you choose, funds that are currently in your 6-month Money Market Certificate may be transferred to a Cedar Creek Bank "All. Saver Certificate" without penalty. The new "All-Saver Certificate" is an excel- lent savings opportunity for smaller inves- tors. It isn't for everyone, but it could be for you. Consult with one of our knowledgeable officers for further information. P.O. Box #3#121 (2H) 432-3611 1 Seven Points, Texas 751431 Member FDIC