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October 29, 1981

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lOA--Tne MalakoH News, Gwynne's Holiday Cleaners 411hA S. Pal--, Athem , Campier0 I~nd~ md De/Qwsiq Service * -WEAR CLEAN CLOTHES- Open Mon.-Frl., Closed Sat. bnludm's G.E., Malakoff Thursday, Oct. 29, 1981 --~y ]ssl wiii 0e observed Wednesday, Nov. II, and the Veterans Administration is urging all Americans to commemorate the day by par. ticipating in their local community's observance. Vne veterans administrauon has opened two new field offices for the agency's inspector general. Located in Hartford, Conn., and Kansas City, Mo., the offices will enhance the agency's capability to identify fraud, waste and abuse in VA operations. in cities and towns all across Texas, h)cal water problems are threatening to erupt into one enormous statewide crisis. Countless communities are facing grow- lng water supply, water treatment, sewage treatment and flood control problems estimated to cost a staggering $50 billion over the next 25 years. To make matters worse, federal funds for water projects have recendy been slashed. But on November 3, Texans have the opportunity to adopt a plan, already passed by two-thirds of the Legislature, wl~ich would harness a portion of our state's budget surplus to help shoulder that heavy Ioc, d burden. The plan is proposed Constitntion',fl Amendment No. 4, Passage of Amendment No. 4 would: • Make possible the sale of more than $200 mfllh)n in authorized and urgendy needed state bonds to address a backlog of needed projects. • Create a loan guaranty program to enable local communities to save millions of dollars in issuing future bonds, • Begin to build a "nest egg" fi)r the future from a part of the state's budget surplus to assist local governmenL,~ m financing future water and ~wage projects. Texas' water needs must be met, either now or in the future. We can act now, and save money ... or pay the higher price later for our neglect, with possible increased taxes. ~nsible acthm now makes much more sense for Texas. VOTE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 4 ON NOVEMBER 3l POt Ad paid by Wate’ ~or Texa!~ 1011 Congrt~t,~Avenue Swle400 Aoshn Texas 78701 Phone 512-472~7872 MALAKOFF SCHOOL TEACHERS were treated to a look around and refreshments at Malakoff Public and Thursday. The event, hosted by Friends of the Library, was planned to better acquaint teachers with available to students. (Staff Photo by Lorl Callaway ) Adolescent drugs and peer groups s form "connection' Peer groups and adolescent drug use have a distinct "connection". Researchers have consistently found that adolescent drug use is not a solitary activity but rather an activity mainly carried out within a peer group, says Diane Welch, a family life education specialist. Welch is on the home economies staff of the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System. [~0a~t I;*,0*~.*la0s*l.,*QDo.gl.o.01,t00.o0;souoag00,110,..,,.itn,l[~ We "Cap" Out MOBILE HOMEOWN£1tS POLICY, With A THICK PACKAGE Of PROTEC- TION, That Can SAVE YOU MONEY And ADE~JATELY COVER YOUR SPECIFIC NEEDS! mmn mglg :'LL ANSWER ALL YOUR II • Minimum Deposit $500.00 for 1 Year • Interest Rate Will Be Equal to 70% of the Average Investment Yield on 52.Week Treasury Bills, as Most Recent Auction Date. • Your Interest Rate is Guaranteed to Remain in Effect 1 Year, and Will Not Fluctuate. li ASSOCIATION OF ATHENS Federad reliulattona require the Jou of tax.exempt status and three months Interest tot, early ~awal or Ml.~vevs Certttkat~. An Affiliate Of Invest-Tex, Inc. Athens • Malakoff • Wills Point • Kaufman • Forney Member FSLIC ( C, REG COLBURN - CIIERIE FOSTER Dr. and Mrs. Bob P. Foster of Athens announce the engagement and ap- proaching marriage of their daughter, Cherie to James Gregory (Greg) Colburn of Giddings, son of Zelda Colburn of Bridgeport and James C. Colburn of Quitman. The future bride is a graduate of Athens High School and Henderson County Junior College. She is currently attending Texas A&M University and is employed by the Vice Chancellor of Legal Affairs for the Texas A&M University System. The future bri, of Bridgeport High A&M University. He ts played as a petroleum Clayton Williams ComPa dings. The ceremony will be Saturday, November 21, Baptist Church of AthenS. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Cherie is the and Mrs. C. O. ( Malakoff. O rrnson to O CHESTER BURNS, JR. BELINDA GAlL GARRISON Mr. and Mrs. Jerry A. nounce the enl proaching marriage Belinda Gall, to Chester Arlington. Burns is the son of Lloyd Ritter of Mere The wedding is ple 1981 in the First Malakoff. Don't ignore Unable to make monthly your bills ? Don't ignore your Linda McCormack, a if it has to, a bear can run at 35 miles management specialist. an hour. Write them a letter difficulties and try to !°••°MJke~sAu~; Paifl~°••••! payments, she suggests. McCormack is on economics staff of : Expert in Acrylic Finish • Agricultural Extension : Dents Repaired : Texas A&M University '. : Kerens 396-2348: Aquarter-l~as-iiggr ooooooo,,.•.,oo.,•.••,•••,••,. A dime has one fewer. UPCI IO Hwy. 175 • Eustace (next to Eustace HION • Skirts from $1 0°° • Blazers from $1 999 • Jeans $ ] 3°°& up • Calvin Klein $37" • Blouses from • Sweaters from • Knit Pants • Chic $2999 - SPECIAL ORDERS WELCOME -- :t Thur. • Fri. • Sat. 10-5 Sue