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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, Dec. 11, 1970 Malakoff, Texas P O BOX 509 PHONE 214 489-2451 "HEARTBEAT PROGRESSIVE WESTERN HENDERSON COUNTY" NOW IN THE 59TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION PUBLISHED BY THE TERRITORY TIMES PUBLISHING CO., INC., tN THE NEWS BUILDING IN MALAKOFF, TEXAS 75148, EACH FRILAY, GILBERT BOCELL, PUBLISHER CHARLStE BOCELL, EDITOR ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS 7148 AS 2ND CLASS MATTER CIRCULATION RATES, 1 YEAR IN HENDERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES $450, ALL OTHIIRS IN TEXAS 5 50, OUTSIDE TEXAS $650. Library Group Agin Majority Rule There aint gonna be nary count)" lil)rary $75, 000. bond, and the majority done said it might nigh a month back. Fourteen business and professional people, educators and tax paid leeted officials conven- ed over youder at Athens Monday to rigger out how to defy majority rule, cordin to the Tuesday Athens paper. Some of us never done too much readin, but we heard tell of how Rome fell with less taxation than us here in America are totin right now. Sides if all them books was at our disposal, aint them folks concerned that we might read of how Americans in Ben Franklin's day handled the matter of taxation without representtation.., with that Tea Party up at Boston and all. 15 of us sort of colonies out of this here county's 18 went to the polls last month and said we can't af- ford no library for Athens right now -- when we need some thangs to bring more money into the county to spend fer taxes on stuff we done bought. We done the votin at the proper time without spendin more tax money for paying far special laotians. We gotta be watchin them special called lections, cause that's when the simple majority crams things down the vast majority, 'cause them of us trying to hold the country together ain't got no time to go vote on somethin we done voted on, but them educaters, officials, doctors and big businessmen got plenty enuff to take off time to vote at will, and they will. Thang is, last time around the $75,000 county library bond supporters used our paper and services we bought for the school house to learn our kids to support the proposal. One man, John Holt, said his kids wagged home 3 letters from the Malakoff school house in support of the library before the election last month. Far now, best things looks like for you not to be signnin no petitions calling for a library lection. If that there don't work we might try Ben's "together ve live" thing or a big Tea Party or somthin. Be watching on your blind side or we are likely to get it strapped on us! Bobble Green, Cedar Creek Riding Club reporter from Tool, was on her way to Athens to get her bad ailing pick up truck repaired last Friday. She'd s'mpped in Malakoff and was hoping her truck would hold up the rest of the way. The Traveler was going that way to see the new little granddaughter, Shonda, for the first time. To tag along behind Bi;bbie to make sure she made it to the garage was the plan. At the garage the friendly attendant informed that my state inspection sticker had been expired for three days, and that I needed help even if I didn't know it, For $2 I coudn't risk a ticket on the way back to home camp. It would be awhile before Bobbie's truck would be ready. I asked her if she'd like to bum around with me -- later telling her of my mission (until then she'd been the reporter and Meg and Pieston Green's moth- dr). She helped me keep my feet on the ground, find the house and the next thing I knew was standing in line to hold the baby. She knew about the home routine for new babies, bottles, diapers, and the whole bit. The big kids just loved her -- be- cause in addition to the baby she was also interested in their two dogs. After lunch at the Tiki (her treat), Bobble suggested that I buy this for the baby, and that too. By 3 p.m. I was broke, be- cause of the things she'd sug- gesled for baby and her pickup was ready. She left her shopp- ing in my car and because of Bobble Green I'd enjoyed the first day in forever -- Of just playing it by ear! Maybe it'll hap,)en again when she stops by for her packages. Now that the Traveler has en- couraged everyone to light up for Christmas -- we can't pend- ing repairs from fire damage at home -- things are such a mess it's best to pretend we are gone. At the office Bill At- teberry hadn't deliverel new cabinets as of Tuesday -- and things are unreal there too! How many more days until Santa ? Today -- Rickie Sorrell, Ann Walker, Donna Bullock,Dick- ie Sorrell, Mandel Pringler. Saturday -- Mary McAdams Sunday -- Percy Banks, Spen- cer D. Hall Monday -- Mrs. W. Cannon, Lawrence Crist, Larry Calla- way. Tuesday -- Donna Hodge, Paw la Green. Wednesday -- Randa Hodge, Don Johnson, Roy Welborn. Thursday -- Michael Cole, An- nette Chambers, Terri Bum- gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Rampy. added happiness if you need more space for a growing family, or if you wish to give your family the plem,e of having a big recreation room, let us add a room to your present home. We will provide the finest quality building materials, skill- ed workmen and will help you obtain financing. For planning assistance, for free estimates.., visit or call us today. 9gcJ00e00 Lumber Co. "b O 0 Dear Gilbert & Charlsie, We seem to have become a "collector" of "editorials" and oher items including "The Traveler" printed in the Mala- koff News. We were so impress- ed with yottr "Down with Ger- tie", in the September 4, 1970 issue that we clipped it and put it on our offfice bulletin board. Then the editorial on "Thanksgiving- To Now" was so good we saved that al- so. Then comes your December 4 issue with the column on the states insurance rates. We cer- tainly had to keep that, and we got a bonus! Turning to page two to continue the article, there was "Shaded, Peaceful Towns -- Don't Knock era". All we can say is Hur- rah! for the Malakoff News. Western Henderson County is of the Review staff, we should have known the Malakoff News would also be "way out in '= I T=ssu e 39 Mrs *uck'r00 Since we all sort of grew up F a m i I y S c o t t together and we can say we knew you "when" -- gives us another reason to be proud of 4 R o II P k g. your accomplishments. Keep up the good work! very==ere,y, I Bakers Choclate 49 raitor: 12 Oz. Pkg. On behalf of the Henderson County Bar Association I would 3 # c a n like to thank you and at the I I t y same time compliment you on the very fine editorial in The Malreadak2:fatNoSn caile Yfoou Pan H ose 79 of The Henderson County Bar Association to enl.hte the ,, general public about the needs- indeed fortunate to have a sity o preparing a Will. In that newspaper like the also era- News. We have always been phaized the  of respect of proud of our "Athens leview", the law by eve, citizen. recognizing it as' being ',qay Out, Sincerely y': "in front" of newspapers pub- lished in larger cities than Ath- ens. Since you were once part John W. Key, Jr., President I beef chicken turkey Henderson County Bar Association. :! I 12 oz. Cans "" Orange Juice 3/$1. Dinner Rolls Rolls ............ oz.29 Mike power, V.ag, e S,out, I C 0 0 1Whip0,2/69 grandson of Mrs. Belle Schitoskey of Malakoff. Mike Power bulk sliced Earns Eagle i Scout Award i Hunts = = 14 Oz quaTsup Bott,e Scott Jumbo Towels 3/$1 Brown or Powdered Sugar ..... 2boxes39 Yellow Lettuce ...... .earl5 Mandain 0ra es B3a/b" 49 MALAItOlr] - .P o oo w n n 00l[00tates-//00ited O00,T00O TELEPHONE SYSTEM mmm Scouts held at the Cathay House at 7 p.m. that evening. Tom Parrish, director of de- velopmcnt at Baylor was the speaker and J. C. Wallace, in- stitutional representative served as Master of Ceremonies. The boys completed require- merits and passed individual boards of review during the past three months. pho.e 489 0514 I Mike Power, grandson of Mrs. II ,.improving equipment... Developing new products Belle Sehitoskey of Malakoff The Manpower ...t,pe,,,en,, in new fields of verbal and non was among seven Waco boys e verbal communication.., who were awarded the Eagle Behind Your Telephone ,pond,ng,heortofeephony. Scout Award December 5th in Waeo. Works Constantly to The equipment pictured here represents Mike, a member of the St. I :/ ' only a port of the scores of millions of Louis Catholic Church, Troop " rvic dollars that hove been and ore being 226, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. i improve ae e . Roy L. Power of 2n SkyUne all meat Rath new machines and modernizing methods in the ever-continuing effort to improve Mrs. Sclfitoskey was among todoy'sTelecommunicafionServices, ml= approximately 150 guests who no _lb uso attended the awards banquet ...... ['lq"l--d in honor of the Seven Eagle