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:i !ii? 4 .r )ri () 4ii il L C ili t d il: 2A'-The Ma!ak0ff News, Thursday, 0ct~,29~1981 .... ..... ......... ........ ' Limited Time Offer per year Extended for the convenience of our customers to November 30, i 9111 In Henderson and adjoining counties Mail your check today to The Malakoff News Box 509 Malakoff, Tx. 75 ! 63 by Barry c Willla m s // M e-An n_d eri ng By Ann ounsovoll Psychologists have spent the post WWII years trying to determine the cause of youth problems. For awhile they went through the "Dr. Speck era" where anyone who spanked was destining their child to a life of ruination. They went through the "be a pal" to your child era where parents were encouraged to sit in the floor and play marbles with the rest of the gang. Then we tried the "television era", blaming the sins of the world on the tube. Not having a degree or years of training in the field like our esteemed experts I am somewhat hesitant to offer my opinions on "what the youth need." I can, however, testify from personal experience. If you will notice, the decline in youth morals is directly related to the decline in the number of chinaberry trees that are seen growing. When I was a child, a scant few years ago, there were chinaberry trees in most every yard. Some yards were blessed with more than one, which provided less fortunate neighbors with the excess of bountiful fruit. Without the assistance of psychologists or the funds to hire a psychiatrist, we made it through childhood by utilizing the makings of I'll give you some tips. healthy state of mind. They should be picked while still very Or .It could have bee~ ' ' TheY firm, especially if you intend to carry simmons we dropped. them in pockets. Always pick more nice, relaxing splatsound' than you think you will need, saving a later trip back to the tree. An easy way to package and transport chinaberries is to hold up the bottom of your shirt to By CURT SC make a carry-all It will hold a large Usodbypermission; supply, by DATE, St. Louis, Me. In addition to the chinaberry tree a Question - Heroin cottonwood tree is useful in the next treated with the drug, step. which is: We were fortunate that my gran- a)Acureforaddiction dparents had a gigantic cottonwood b) Similar to heroin in that draped huge limbs over the main addiction street of town. c) A type of stimulant We could climb up to the strongest of d) Ca top limbs and remain completely hid- euphoria den behind the leaves for hours.Answer - Methadone, We became very patient at those physically addictive. times, waiting until a person walked doses given to an under the cottonwood on their way to produce the euphoria th~ town. Sometimes we delicately dropped Methadone is available a single chinaberry on their heads, These factors other times we bombarded them with more normal handfuls. A lot depended on who the administration of person was. does not cure addiction. After dispelling our supply of berries Correct answer - b. we would climb down from the tree at Do ln~ bm ~ of peace. We had relieved Ourselves of tension, muscle spasms and headaches Greenville Ave. At least I guess we had .... I reallySince 1975, the Veterans has conducted one of cessful energy in the federal nearly $40 million in nature to relieve our anomesities, don't remember ever having those For those of you who have never en- pressm'e symptoms as a child. We can joyed an afternoon with chinaberries only assume that the afternoons of chunking chinaberries from the cot- tonwood tree were responsible for our CORRECTION The Malakoff Art Society winning pic- ture in last week's issue of The News was incorrectly identified. Grace Davenport won first place with her original in oil. Also left from the write-up was men- tion of a first place ribbon won by Jean Corley and Mrs. Daphene Garron and also Mary Phillips who was left from \, To the Editor: This letter is one of explanation con- cerning Women's Aglow Fellowship. Women's Aglow Fellowship of Athens is a part of an international fellowship the_ list 0fs_econd place w m's, which was founded in 1967. There are i T~ ~'~':! Published Continuously TIgKS PRff.lrd~ [ Since 1913 " The Malakoff News Publisher .................................................. Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavall Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lori Callaway Advertising Representative ............................... Ann Johnston Production ........................................... Stacy Dunacusky The Malakoff News (326700) is published weekly by Athens Printing co. at Malakoff, 'Ix., post office address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, Tx 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County ($3 for senior citizens); $6.~0 per year in Texas: ;7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second-class postage paid at Malakoff Tx. 75148. POSTMASTER: Send addre~ changes to The Malakoff News, P.O. Box ~09, Malakoff, Tx. 75148. im Illl -~- Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill in the form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office) Present Address: Name Address City State ......... Zip New Address: Name Address City State Zip ___ Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 () Yes, ! want to subscribe! Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. En- closed is my check for $ Name. Address City ( ) Please send a gift subscription. $, Send to: Name. ___State ,, Zip my name. Enclosed is :ny check for Address City State ........ Zip SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $5.00 per year in Henderson County i,.I It Malakoff. more than ZOO0 local United States as well as Aglow is everywhere the love ol, the level, we have an five women from this have an advisory laymen with whom we regarding Aglow. TheSe -covering and they lead, Aglow. Aglow women to women, God. We at the local level area covering local chapters in Tyler, Jasper, Mt. Texarkana to name a few. the area level is made from various local too have an advisory and laymen. We are an fellowship of women wh` walk with the Lord. We ar build a separate church each woman to be a participate in her local stress a woman's role her husband and scripture. We have a the first Tuesday Holiday Inn, 7 p.m. nesday of each Inn, 11 a.m. We a part of Women's gives you a clearer what Women's Aglow about. Corres The Malakoff Ind District will receive the new Baseball and The fencing will be bui wire. There will be a 6' around the brackets and t There will be interior back stop. For and diagram of the the Malakoff ISD rice, P. O. Box 489, Ma or call during normal until 4:00 P.M. All bids must be p.m. Tuesday, bids will be $6.50 per year elsewhere in Texas meeting of the .50 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: The Malak~ff Newn p.m. on November 17, ISD reserves the right U P.O. Box 509, Malakoff~ Texas 75148 ~ all bids.