Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1975 Page: 2 of 10

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RAINS COUNTY LEADER
IMOKI, ItXAa THUMSUAY, NOVEMBFK 20. 1875
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TEXAS PRESS
ABBOCI AT 1 ON
RACING IN
THE SOUTH
On€ of Iht chief functions
of the Soil Conservation Set
vice is to tstisl farmers and
ranchers with conservation
plans on Iheir land These
plana provide for protection
tgiins' erosion and for con
tinued production Landusers
are encouraged to use their
land within its natural limita-
tions. and to treat it according
to its needs fie protection and
Improvement
City and urban dwellers are
assisted by the Soil Conser-
vation Service with their
problems of erosion control
and maintenance of their
lop
of
lawns, shade trees, or
dens New hr using dev
ments requ-.e protection
raw earth to prevent erosion
and sediment damage to
adjoining areas. Flood waters
from creeks and streams
often damage buildings in
low lying areas Soil survey
maps show these danger
areas along the streams and
technicians help provide in-
formation to prevent building
in these questionable areas
and the accompanying ex-
penae and heartache
Schools are assisted with
maintaining good sod on
football fields information on
suitability of certain soils for
septic tanks and disposal
fields also, with drainage
problems and protective
cover on the campus
FFA Chapters. 4 H Clubs,
and Young Farmer Chapters
are assisted by Soil Conser-
vation Service personnel in
training for grass judging
land judging. woodland
clinics, and other events
sponsored by the local Soil
and Water Conservation Dis-
tricts.
County and city gove
menu are ainiial b. ilir ‘
vern-
rSoit
Conservation Service in help-
solid waste disposal places.
Soil scientists make soil sur-
veys of the areas in question,
and the data it interpreted in
terms of permeability and
underground seepage into
ground water or surface
streams.
Garden clubs, civic clubs,
and other local groups are
assisted with slide talks on
timely topics of interest, and
other useful information re-
lating to conservation and
protection of our natural
resources.
Soil Conservation Service
personnel assist in laying out
nature trails, outdoor class-
rooms, wildflower trails, and
provide information in other
areas of learning and recrea-
tion. They assist schools in
training teachers how to
make effective use of these
natural aids in teaching
school children
Thise are a few of the
many ways in which our local
Soil and Water Conservation
District and the Soil Conser-
vation Service personnel have
increased their assistance to
landusers. both public and
private in recent years
SENDS LEADER
Mr. & Mrs. Ernest Robert XT
of Houston are sending to
their tor, CharlesC. Hob R-
aon of MacDill AFB, Fla. t*>r
KalnsCounty Leader.
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WitA Of
NOTE OF APPRECIATION
It was both a privilege and
a pleasure to work with the
talented members of the Paint
Flowet & Garden Club and the
Pjrtnt Art i*J*c*Mf. VA»jf ro-
operation and hard work
made our diow a great sue*
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I w ant to rongratu I ate and
thank each of you.
HAZEL COOPER
Show Chairman
KIRBY VACUUM CLEANERS
Wt Hat* Parts And Sarnie# For
Most Major Brands
LAY-A-WAY NOW
Fo» Chrlstmes-Crodit Tarms Available
AUTHORIZED
Salas And Stnrica
SAMMllL-KiftSf COMPART
MV Sulphur Springs ||S-S43t
When the good thing r
at the track,
THE OLDEST BUSINESS IN RAINS COUNTY
RAINS COUNTY LEADER
Box 121. EMORY, TEXAS 7S440
EitAblished June 10, IBB /
TOM W. HILL EAf<*- S*.
Editor & Publisher M"« * Publisher
1904-1931 1931-1960
Editor and Publisher
MRS. KATHLEEN HILL BECKNaL
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY
Entered at Past Office in Emory. Texas
At Second Class Mail Mattes
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: In Reins County. I year, S4.00, 6
months. |3. 00: Chit of county, I year, JR.no, 6 montha, $1.00j
Out of state, I year, SIO. 00, 6 months, 99.00.
Tbe Leader attempts an >pen forum. Opimatu exptetaed by
individuals In letters to the edltot and paid advertising are nos
necessarily the opinions of this newspaper. Any eaoneous re-
flection upon the character, standing, or reputation of any pes-
aon, film a corporation which may appear in the columns of
the Leedet will be gladly cart#cted upon being brought to the
ettentlon of the publisher. Retolutlunt of respect, unaoltcited
poems and cards of thanks will be charged for at regular adver-
tising rates. There U also a small charge of 26d to make a
change of address.
RAINS COUNTY LEADER
P. O. Box 131
Emery, Texts 75*40
Enclosed And 94. 00 fas which please send me the Leadei fas
one year. Outside Rains Go.: 98.00; Outside Iexas, 9lu. 00.
ADDRESS.....................................
CITY.........................STATE.........i
ASCS Increases
Land Assistance
j
end you weren't
makes one who lives away
from it there days meditate on
racing in general. Now I know
there ate those who do not
make the "maintenance of
the turi" one of their first ob-
jects in life. But racing Is a
way of the South. In the early
days Virginia and Kentucky
wete the nurse ties of the Tlio-
niughbred.
The first great tace track
built in America was known
as the Union Course and was
opened in Lone Island, N, Y.
in 1823. Then: wete numer-
ous tracks operating in die
South and portly after the
Civil War, Tcnnesaec and
Louisiana became first-class
racing establishments.
More Anon,
G. T. B.
ATTENTION!
Coming to Poxfw Ham-eland
at West Tawakoni will be
the Country Cut-Ups, featur-
ing Haywood Collins, Rich-
ard Collins, Gunner Terry,
and John Slatter. They'll be
playing Thursday nights 8:00
to 13:00 and Sunday! from
4:30 to 13:00. Everyone come.
Lots of fun and dancing.
Lee
classified
The Commerce
K>> I* volley I >all learn downed
Quitman Thursday niiihf to
i-auturr tlw District 15 2A
title
TTie Coimnen e girls won
the first game 15 loand took
11|4 Ml MM I'll Im the round
rohtn championship Quit
MBA hod scon tin il'vtrut
tournament Tuesday
< ommerce w ill now meet
the winner of District lt> 2A
in a hi district encounter
MISCELLANEOUS REAL ESTATE
AG Optnionn
Ally Gen John Hill's
opinion banning many epe
cial school fees may caune
loss of district a erred it a
tion. .State Board of Educa
tion warned recently
In a recent opinion. Hill
held school districts should
not contract with one of
t)|*iI ti Uattb* tu ful lilill
garbage service even if
there m only one such *er
vice in the area
Hill also concluded the
Smith County domestic re-
lation* court judge • pay
fthould be equal to the state
portion of the county * dis-
trict judge salary
Many county clerks and
tax official* support prop-
osal* to take election mat
ter* out of their hands and
create a separate local elec*
tion office
Comptroller Bullock •
"raids’ have produced more
than $2 4 million in hack
city and state sales taxes
Texas' business activity
index incr*«u»ed ? 6 per cent
in the third quarter of 1975
The University of Texas
Bureau of Business Re
search reported
No teacher can do much,
with the brain of a pupil who
doesn't want to learn
Short Snorts
The State Insurance
Board formally approved
rules and regulations for
new prepaid group legal m
surance
Stephen Oden of Texar
kana has been appointed
the board of regents of East
Texas State University,
succeeding Joseph Zeppa of
Tyler
Speaker Bill Clayton or-
dered a series of House
Administration Committee
hearings over the htMtr to
explain ' innerwforkings' of
state government
PUBLISHERS
NOTICE
All real i«at« advcrtHed in
tU« newspaper Is subject to the
Federal Fair Housing Act of
1968 which makes it illegal to
advertise "any preference,
limitation, or dietilruination
baaed on race, golor, religion,
or national origin, or an inten-
tion to make any such prefer-
ence, limitation, or discrimi-
nation. "
This newspaper will not
knowingly accept any adver-
ting for real estate which it
in violation of the law. Our
readers a«e hereby Informed
that all dwellings advertised
In this newspaper are avalil-
Me on an equal opportunity
bads.
WANTED TO BUY
Handgun. 32 caliber, top
tueak. Smith & Wesson pre-
ferred Must be In goad con-
dition. Write: Charles Rob-
ert*) n, 3310 Bonnie Lea.
Greenville, Texas 75401.
NOTICE
No bird hunting on my farm
Charlie Fleming.
- BUYING
ANYTHING
OF VALUE
WE
BUY - SELL
TRADE
BLACKIE S
TRADE SHACK
At th* 4-Way Stop
GRAPEFRUIT PILLS"
A maxing “Grapefruit Pill"
with Diadak plan more con-
venient than grapefruits—
Elat satisfying meala and lose
weight. Nix Pharmacy-
bEAUTY
By Mary Kay
For a complimentary facial
or reorder*, cedi Rae Bowen,
4T3-34B9_
SQUARE DANCING
A Square Dance Club 1* now
icing formed in Emory, Tex-
as Square Dance Lessons
will begin on January 7,
1976 and last for 15 consec-
utive weeks A meeting will
be held on Tuesday, Nov.
25 1 975 at 7 30 P M at the
First Methodist Qiurcti in
Emory. Texas. All those in.
terested In forming the club
and/or taking square dance
lessons are urged to attend
READ IT IN THE LEADFRI
put ifOU/l
Lfv
tilth
fjOMi&f
76
LOW
COST
Yes, we make it EASY for you
to buy a new carl Visit your
local dealers now . . . get your
best ‘deal'' and then see us!
We ll arrange “on the spot”
financing without delays or
“red tape"! Drive a new '"Jfo
NOW! _______
MEMBER FDK
FIRST STATE BANK
REAL ESTATE
LAND
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Three bedroom brick in East
Dallas, 2503 Utica Drive, for
properly in or near Emory
J. C. Fleming. 38! 6740
SERVICES
FOR SALE OR TRADE
,510 ACRES—$325 Acre Three Bedroom Brick Large
Excellent Terms. Den, Fireplace, 2 Full Baths.
177 ACRES- *400 00 Acre Located on 2-acre lot in
Terms Bear Creek Estates, priced
117 ACRES—9800 00 acre to sell M B BuUafd, 473-
Oil road. Only $10,000 2418.
down. __ ^—
UO ACRES—$70000 acre FOR SALE
Oil road Coaatal and
corral
58 ACHES—$650.00 acre,
CHILD CAiy
Will keep chajgjl
BACKHOE
AND ROAD log
Contract or by tl»
I»»> >• 8 ' gh'
iU-.'Tun MirrunJ'
switches etc xn4
pilanee repair w ”
ley.
FOR SALE „ _
«N P-rd Trt: ' ,l' *’ ^W <«_4S£ (
all equipment
1 New 825 Farmhand Port. V<1 m^TLiCV.
highway frontage.
* 9 Veteran Tracts w Feed Mill. All kinthi of
Chooae From at $15,000 (Hlltivatarl dllk, and
■MB
-MANY OTHER TRACTS
available-
HOUSES
W Emory—4 bedroom brick
Fireplace, c -ner lot
935 00000.
j; E. , 3 1 1. .11) Lit '
iiwy, 69 Bargain 920.500
Jr Emory—3 bedroom brick
All electric-gilt,91000
J( Emory—3 bedroom. Re-
modeled I n and out
Close In. $25,000.00
jr Emory—3 bedrm frame
Katy Addition. J16.00000
Jr Emory—Shell home on
2 1/4* acres near school
on Hwy. 69.
jr Bright Star—Nice home
on 2 acre*. Excellent
terms 96950.00
Jr Point—3 bedroom brick
Carpet, all electric
916.950.00
Jr Point—2 bedroom brick
Carpet, chain link fence-
PljMMfi
J, Point -2 bedlocgh tie 'll'
1/2 acre. 94.5B0U
Jr Many other lake lots,
etc for sale
L. L SPENCER
AND ASSOCIATES
EMORY HWY. 69 AT 19
EMORY 473-2225
POINT 598-3276
ter* Tom Waters
FOR SALE
2 Veteran Tracts
35 Acre* of Land .
70 Ford 1 Ton Truck.
J-20 Ditch Witch Trencher.
Otvwi wi-aiiAii
DOYCE KNIGHT
_473-2623_
ELBCTRIOAL SUPPUES,
Repair Paris Many other
Items W J WHEATLEY
SABOB ANGUS
Performance Tested
Bulls. Sale or Lease.
473-2599.
GOOD BUYS IN USED
TRACTORS
PONDS - UKfcl
bux- ijmd Clearing — f
Motor Graders —
per* By hour or j
J D HATLEY, IUx*71
328A. Phone j ’
Spring*. Texas
FOR DOZDt WQg]
Call Floyd Adxir 1
Need a Lit
Farming,
or Land Lou? ]
See on* of yew
tion Credit Lea (
specialists
financing m East T«
40 yean.
Offices located st
203 N. 5th, Wifi
Texas. 973-2212
214 S. Palesha*, J
Texas. 875-379*
311 N. Glenweed. 1
Texas. 593-0151
Msseey Ferguson
M F 180 Diesel
M F*. 175 Diesel
Severe! M F l.YTx, Diesel Foundations ReeaM I
and Goa Building* Move*
M F 50, Diesel Houses Moved AD '
All deal, and i- G« N*w Building latra. 1
Northrutt Point Tea (
MAYFIELD TRACTOR CO
Wills Point. Tex
Phone 673-2362
FOR SALE
Singer Sewing Machine.
Good condition (35 00 473-
2885
HOUSES LEVQfil
FOR BULLDOZING'
AND PASTURE I
Call Charles Fa
_*"3 2376
HELP W/
FOR SALE
jr That wonderful
country atmosphere aur
rounds this nice 2 bed-
room home on 3 acne*
covered with true*, and
close to Rain* School on
Highway 2795.
Jr Priced to sell, 66
acres all clear, can
divided for G I in lihp-
ktns Co.
Whether you are
farming or ranching,
this ia the place Two
story home with 1MJ
acre*. 100 In cultivation.
90 in pasture, 5 miles
from Emory on black
top road.
■Jf A place for the kids
and their horses too, at
this lovely home with 3
bedrooms, 2 baths, cen-
tral heat and air, on 2
acres jiasture with bam
and pool. Just off Hwy.
19 near Emory.
R. O. WOODSON
REAL ESTATE
Alba 765-2494
_Emory 473-2811
FARM EQUIPMENT
1—Cisco Fiber Glass Power NHED CXITJUDOD!
Sprayer F1CE WORKER w«
1—825 Fsrm Hand Portable keeping, typing
Grinder. and general office
1—2 Wheel trailer.__ ettce Apply at M
■HR* MM Texas Bquiiq
per t unity Employer,
New and Used Trachon
TOM WATERS
473-7326
FOR SALE
Natural and Propane Ga
Heaters, Ail sues
Electric Heaters.
RAY HARDWARE CO
Point, Texas. 598 3211
AJTLICA7ICN3 «|
BEING TAB*
1 Counselor tar *4
kins, Delta, R*»B
1 Job
oowie, tuK) ivui 3
mar Titus, FYwMM
Caas and McertaO^
1 Jnl) Devekgsr I
FOR SALE
Four-piece Bedroom
TH. No 473-2355
Texas. Route 1,
Suite
Hrrvory,
Hortoe
Hopkins, Dc.ta. 9M
smith Wood sa* *
Zand: County.
i ontacl. E. E
1510 Plum SI.
Holmes.
FOR SALE
73001
A->» lUfli pimup « iUIipri
for LWB pickup.
1—15 c. f. Whirlpool Refrig.
AN EQUAL ON*
Il N-’TY liMPLOI*
1
erattor-Kreeser 2 12
old 473-2563.
FOR SALE
HELP WANTO I
Wanted: A Bus Drtra|
FOR SALE Beat Tawakoni bus J
Used Paper Hack Hooks, 1 2 Conts.1 Finery ^
. . . ^ Pri<* Good used Piper Berk Rains I. & V 473-8*
l and 2 Acre Wooded Lots Book, Bought. 1/4 price "*
in Beautiful Bear Creek
RAY HARDWARE CO.
Point, Teras. 598-3211
Estates. Low Down Pay-
ment. Owner Financing
M. *. BULLARD, Emery
Tex 473-2416.
POINT, TEXAS
PLENTY Of PARKING SPACE
drive-in window
FLOWERS
FiuWedi tor every occasion
Complete wedding service
RAINS FLOWER SHOP, Em
FuSbAU,
Three bedroom 2 both house
25 acres land, 11 acres lr
coastal Other building 24 x 60 ory, Texas 473-2850 or 473
on slab, 20 k 40 hay bam. 2980
14 x 36 storage rooms High-
way 35, three mile* west of
Emory Clifton Dennie, 473-
2232.
FOR SALE
Two small houses and lots
one mile south of Emory.
Also some acreage Ray
Kearney, Emory, Texas
LISTINGS WANTED
on. Housel Ranches. Farm
Land. 214 765-2494, R. O.
WOODSON.
473-2811_
WILL BUY HOUSES, Fa^
or Ranch Land. R. O.
WOODSON. 214-7B5-2494.
473-2811
FAMILY CARE ^
Care of aged, disaj
convalescent tn the* I
home Rams and V*F 1
Counties, rural srtl ]
Pre paring me* is,
housekeejung and N
care Must have o*»>
portation APi>ly BooCl
fare OfPce --7328* *1
leslnger Home HeaMbf
cy, 302 Richardson, 4
Texas. 615 7280
OPERATE YOUR
BUSINESS
AGE OR EXPERlIra
NOT A FACTO*]
Own and manage
route dispensing null
and candy oonfectk**
Rains r c vicinity. W|*C
•• :i- Ca. needed to 4
■ >'iur vending rout*
FOR RENT part time or full tir*l
Seventy-flve acres $1000 per nns. JiUjC tc fjrS *4
acre Write or call R. V. Nel- For detaU* call our »4
sont 2T2S Ryai, Avt., ton number utuxadw
tturui, 1«X. WHO. Rhone write Box 16775, Min"H
817-923-2689. Minn. 56418.
u
ATTENTION CHRISTMAS
SHOPPERS!
We now have Toys, Jewelry,
Radios. Clocks. Personal
Items, Men'x Suits and much
more for gift items
GUNNER'S GROCERY
AND STATION
Highway 19 South
Opan 7 Dcya g Week
“ FOR RENT

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Becknell, Kathleen Hill. Rains County Leader (Emory, Tex.), Vol. 88, No. 24, Ed. 1 Thursday, November 20, 1975, newspaper, November 20, 1975; Emory, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth846636/m1/2/ocr/: accessed June 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Rains County Library.

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