Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 18, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 22, 1989 Page: 4 of 34
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THE NEWS-TELEGRAM, Sulphur Springs, Tsxss, Sunday. January 22,19W.
having them in a hurry so you can
rock the baby. If young manieds are
more prepared, there is less chance
for child abuse to occur—physically
I read ihis quote from Lee Salk,
child psychologist, in a recent issue
of People Magazine. I think what he
states has a lot of ment. Lee Salk is
disturbed about this country’s devil-
may-care day care attitude “I think
there’s nothing comparable to being
a parent when it comes to responsi-
bility and commitment, and l encour-
age more and more people to con-
sider not having children”, says Salk.
“It’s a tragedy to bring cniiaren into aay care, we nave some cxccucm «
this world and theo have to find people day care center facilities here and nu- b jy, don’t press your children tc
to take care of them For us id go out merous in-home care centers. One of t ive a baby before they decide they
and act more daycare is to make my goals this year is to help our day * ant to have a baby... just call a day
things worse What we're saying is. care center providers wi th their train- carc cenier and voUieer to corne a
‘I dew’t have time to love my child, so ing requirements and *o help in-home few hours a week and he Ip them hold
let’s find somebody else to love him day care providers feel more confi-
or her for me’. We pay plumbers and dentintheirjoboftaking aueofour
children. One way I will be doing
this is offering the “Family Day Home
Care Provider Independent Study
Program ”. This will be a home study
course. Day care center workers will
receive 20 hours training credit.
Please contact my office at 885-3443
to be added to the interest list.
By JANIE CRUMP
CEA - Home Economics
Parents of young marrieds.... I have
a message for you. If your children
are newly married, please don’t rush
them into having grandchildren for
you! Having children is a very im-
portant responsibility! Most young
marrieds need to be married a while
to get a firm relationship established
ana to he able to budget the cost of
having children. Also they really
need to “want” children. So encour-
age them to be prepared rather than
One of the things that I did to help
me lb improve my skills and knowl-
edge in child development and par-
enting was to attend the "Child Care
Trainer’s Institute” at Texas A&M
University last week. Dr. T. Berry
Brazcltnn was one of the keynote
speakers Dr. Brazellon is the Clinic
Professor of Pediatrics at Harvard
Medical school. He writes for maga-
zines and has a cable Lv. show. I’ll be
addressing some of the information
from this trainers seminar in next
electricians a lot more than we pay children. One way I will be doing
the people who take care of our chil-
dren. I’m not trying to establish
social hierarchies, but it tells me
children arc low on the totem pole".
1 know that there are situations
where both parents have to work., and
then they need to find good quality
NBC still one to beat
County court records
Different World," NBC; “Cheers,"
NBC; “Roseanne," ABC; “Who’s
the Boss?” ABC; “The Golden
Girls,” NBC; “Murder, She
Wrote," CBS; “60 Minutes," CBS;
“L.A. Law," NBC; and “Dear
Here are the prime-time televi-
sion ratings as compiled by fhc
A.C. Nielsen Co. for the week of
Jan. 9-IS. Top listings include the
week’s ranking, rating for ilk-
week, and total homes. A rating
measures the percentage of the
nation's 90.4 million TV homes.
1. "The Cosby Show,” NBC.
29.8 rating, 26.9 million homes.
2. "A Different World," NBC.
26.1,23.6 million homes.
3. “Cheers." NBC. 25.4, 23.0
4. “Roseanne," ABC, 23.4, 21.2
5. "Who’s the Boss?”, ABC,
22.5,20.3 million homes.
6. "Golden Girls," NBC. 22.2,
20.1 million homes.
7. “Murder. She Wrote," CBS.
126.96.36.199 million homes.
8. “60 Minutes." CBS. 21.3,
193 million homes.
9. “L.A. Law," NBC. 21.2, 193
10. "Dear John.” NBC. 20.9,
18.9 million homes.
NEW YORK (AP) — NBC is
creeping up on the all-time streak
of weekly victories in the A.C.
Nielsen Co. ratings after racking up
its 30th in a row.
And on Sunday, NBC should
have the highest-rated show of the
season, the Super Bowl, and seem-
ingly clear sailing after that Iral-
rcady has won all 17 weeks of the
official television season. Of
course. CBS and ABC figure the
season has an asterisk since they
got started late because of the
The last time a network won an
entire season was CBS in 1963-64.
NBC came within a week of that
39-week record last season, but the
World Series on ABC broke it.
Thanks to a football playoff,
CBS flirted with first place two
weeks ago, but NBC managed to
eke it out. Things were back to rela-
tive normal last week.
NBC won the week with an
average prime-time- rating of 16.1.
ABC was second with 13.0 and
CBS had 12.6. That was close to
the season-to-date average — NBC
has a 15.8, ABC 13.0 and CBS
Each rating point represents
904,000 homes with televisions.
The "CBS Evening News” won
the news race with a 12.1. “ABC
World News Tonight" had 11.4;
"NBC Nightly News" 10.9.
Several prime-time NBC shows
last week recorded their highest
ratings this season: "Cheers,* “A
Different World,” ’’Midnight Cal-
ler” and “In the Heat of the
The week’s top-rated show was
NBC’s "The Cosby Show." whose
29.8 rating was ks highest of the
season, except for'an earlier special
The rest of the top 10 wot: "A
Linda G. Pierce and Raymond
Pierce to Matilda Lee Childers, two
tracts in the M.W. Matthews Sur-
William Wesley King and Rosie
King to Bobby Wayne King and
Edna King, 30 acres in the Jasper
County School Land Survey.
W. David Bradley and Tracy
Myers to E.D. Sawyer and Edna
Sawyer, Lot 12, Block 1, Section 2
of the Lake Highlands Addition in
the Samos Coy Survey.
James L. Cline and May N. Cline
to Don N. Morris and Betty C.
Morns, a lot in the C. Gilliam Sur-
Lee McMurtrc and Zuma L.
McMurtre to Lorraine D. Wheeler,
Lot 9, Block 205, Section 6 of the
Meadow View Addition in the
M.A. Bowlin Survey.
Mena Faye Haughwout to Sher-
lyn Lean Haughwout and Mildred
Ann Haughwout Boyd, 15.09 acres,
15.09 acres, 11.3 acres and 11.3
acres, all in the William Wilson
Vadcn Richey, Jack R. Grant and
Michael V. Richey to David R.
Tyson of ADT Enterprises, 23.01
acres in the U. Aiguicr Survey.
Winnie Ruth Pncst to Bamcu
Walker Entcrpnscs Inc., 906.351
acres in the Jasper County School
Jose Luis Laguna Mare no and
Michele Lee Stephens.
Darrell Ray Killingsworth and
Jimmy Lee Hall and Meshell
David Mark Huie and Jamie Kay
Michael Ray Brooks and Nancy
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Mary A. Riley and John David
Joyce Chester and Jerry Chester.
Daniel Patrick Malcy Jr. and
Frances Grimes Malcy to Daniel
Patrick Malcy III and Melinda Lee
Maley Cohen, 40 acres in the Alex
O. Wctmore Survey and another
0.239 of an acre in the same survey.
B.W. Edgington to Hoyt Frazier
and Margie Frazier, 3.09 acres in
the John Clark Survey.
B.W. Gregory to B.W.
Edgington, 0.5666 of an acre in the
B.M. Hampton Survey.
Pansy Ruth Duckworth and
James O. Duckworth to John Wade
Holden Jr. and Betty Jo Holden, 50
acres in the Santos Coy Survey.
Stanton C. Denney and Dorothy
E. Denney to Russell L. Parker and
Yvonne Parker, 2.5 acres in the F.
R. David Wilhelm and Glenda
Wilhelm to Jerry Mayo and Cathie
Mayo, 3.57 acres in the A.F. Con-
Jcrrylcne Emerson Jones and
Larry Rockne Emerson to Mona
Emerson George, one acre in the E.
J.A. Hurley and Willie Anms
Hurley to Tommy R. Hurley and
Mary K. Hurley, 15 acres in the
Winnie Jewell Survey.
Katherine Hurley to Tommy Ray
Huricy, i5 acres in the Winnie
William B. Johnson, Larry
Wayne Johnson and Joe Mack
Johnson to Shirley Jean Lomson,
31.32 acres in die Thomas Lee Sur-
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SOUTHTOWN: 1226 Broadway
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MOTOR BANK: 1226 Broadw ay
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Wayne Johnson and Shirley Jean
Lomson to Joe Mack Johnson and
Patricia Johnson, three acres in the
Thomas Lee Survey.
Erma Ivey Helscl to Richard Lon
Neighbors, 20 acres, one acre.
3.125 acres in the Antonio Lazannc
A. Douglas Moore and Joe
Weaver to Libbta Godwin. Lot 6 in
the E. Mitchell Survey in the Oak
Fred Lindley Sr. to Mark Lacek
and Paula Lacek, two tracts in the
E. Melton Survey.
Jack M. Pogue to J. Dale Pogue,
three tracts in the W.B. Stout Sur-
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Keys, Clarke. Sulphur Springs News-Telegram (Sulphur Springs, Tex.), Vol. 111, No. 18, Ed. 1 Sunday, January 22, 1989, newspaper, January 22, 1989; Sulphur Springs, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth816797/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Hopkins County Genealogical Society.