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a than one and a half million Texas public school students will voluntarily participate in a r Interscholastic League extracurricular contest during the 1983-84 school year. administrators, educators and lay persons have recognized and appreciated the benefits administered extracurricular activities program. insure that Texas public school students receive lessons in leadership, teamwork providing students the fullest physical and intellectual growth possible. activities help generate spirit and cooperation within the school, and interest in the community. goal of the University Interscholastic League and the thousands of teachers, ad- coaches, officials, school board members and concerned lay persons is to better to assume their roles as citizens in our democratic society. I as Governor of Texas, do hereby designate October 16-23, 1963, as ACTIVITIES in Texas, and urge all citizens to join in congratulating the University Interscholastic its many educational and professional associates, and to support extracurricular ac- and communities. Mark White Governor of Texas The Malakoff News, Thursday, Oct. 20, INg---11A -- Interest rules THREE STUDENTS from Trinidad Elementary Schonl were winners in a poster contest sponsored by the United Way. Winners, first through third, are Lorl Laurent, Curtis Copeland and James Rainwater. (Staff photo by Ann Roun. savall) changed October 1 Families trying to build a nest egg should be alert to changes in interest rates that might help them reach their financial goals, says home economist Nancy Granovsky. Starting Oct. 1, banks and savings and loan associations can pay any in- terest rate they wish and require any minimum deposit they choose on all time deposits 32 days or longer. Some minimum deposit ceilings will be low enough that even families with a small amount of money to save can invest in a money market account and get higher interest than with a regular savings ac- count, says Granovsky, a family resource management specialist with Texas A&M's Agricultural Extension Service. "Consumers can benefit from these more competitive offerings if they are willing to shop around," notes the specialist. I' OPEN 7 DAYS 5:30 AM to 9:00 PM Breakfast- Lunch- Dinner -- DINE IN OR TAKE OUT-- 887-0730 Hwy. 175 W. & Market St., Mabank Open 7 Days A Week LUNCH SPECIAL Oil II or with Salad. 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. Monday thru Friday 11JESDAY NITE BUFFET WEDNESDAY NITE ALL YOU CAN EAT 3S w/salad bar BURGER NITE Burcjer., FF $' 16S & soft drink To 60 Orders 432.3988 8sw. I mile from the Hwy. 175, Athens, Tex., 675-2983 * Lunch Special. " served daily HOUS This Week's Feature; mea, vegeta ,e ,.,g Tuesday N.ight ...... F{)m Siao' 3 Fr,ed Ch,cken midnight , ~ 0~'~' "~ Pmes, "~ Mashed Potatoes 05 ~, ~ ~ So uth west s\ C;IR;ll:a_w f-?--" !ff T/ilh,w- s Cl , E . gon Load ..... Open: Sun-Thur 11/10 Of llads ~ Thurs . ~O~E,~ ~ E~,. 0, O~,VE ~,~U. |- ~un ~, Cit~ O~N~ Vr~.~.~~3 :!4 p.m.- 12 M,dn,ght Every Day Seven Points Shopping Cnt. , Seven Points 432-2519 887-2041 11-10 Under New Management! ..CEDAR KNOLLS RESTAURANT M Best Home Cooking and BBQ on A - B - Q Ill Cedar Creek Lake.'* . NOWSERWNG I l lll Thurs., Fri. & Sat. 6 p.m. till ? Chicken Fr,ed Steaks w/Country Cream Gravy Sunday 5 a.m.-3 p.m. "" BAR-B-Q AT ITS BEST Located at Cedar Knolls Marina BEEF, HAM, SAUSAGE, RIBS' ll/( J! Lb, Hamburgers & Fresh Out French Fries tlJ Hwy. 274 to Calvary Baptist Church, turn East County , I DINE IN OR CARRY OUl Line Road - 3 miles 498-8710 , New Hours- Tues. -Sat. 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. I 27, " Closed Hwy JWgl | ] Sunday & Monday IJ ii I