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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Four Friday, January 9, 1970 Malakoff, Texas W'- Have Go Power[ r ,,,,,, , I ,,,, ,,m, REMINGTON Portable Typewriters Both Manual & Electric ........ M.M Stirman Jewelry Sto Athens, Texu W. Sl kl. Plw. OR S41SI Foe Sale -Fireplace wood for sale -- Phone 489-7371. For Sale -- Several trtmk loads of broken brick. Meal for rift-rafting or reinforcing around lake shores. G. C. Pool -- 214 675-3632. WINTER FENCE SALE 4 ft. Chain Link Fence ' 80c ft. Installed -- Plus Corner Posts and Gates. ALL WORK GUARANTEED Call or come by D's Bait Shop Caney City, Texas For Sale -- 1962 American Ramble'. Four door, six cy- linder, automatic, clean and runs good. $125.00. Call 778- 2734. ] 0WIGNT  JO",S'0. ,), [ ,ot, OPTOMETRIST | McPEAK ROOFING 220 $. Palest, P.O. Box IIH | COMPOSITION SHINGLING CINI Wod. Aftwmmms | For Free Estimates, Phone Eustace 425.3213--ALL WORK I PIm. OR S-2(Hr/ Atluml, T,,. I GUARANTEED. THANK YOU FOR DRIVING ON DOWN DURING 1969 WE LOOK FORWARD TO DURING THIS NEW YEAR Doyle Courtney  j -- 9Op, qO,, i i i i i NOTICE TO BIDDERS Bids will be received in the City Hall, CRy of Malakoff, Texas, until 5 p.m. January 12, 1970, for a Patrol Car. Specifications may be obtained at the CRy Hall. The CRy re- serves the right to reject all or any bids. For your Mr. K. and Mar,] K. Beauty Aids Call HI/9-20M or come by 010 Pine St., Mai- akoff, Joyce Hoskins. Q Cm.d of TImnks To you who sent cards, letters, made visits, brought gifts or uttered prayers for my re- covery while in the hospital, I am eternally grate/u]. Thin method-because of multiple numbers. May God bless and keep you. Mrs. H. L. Rogers. We would like all our relatives and friends to lmow how mud, we appreciate your thought- fulness during our time of grief when we lost our beloved mother, Mrs. Helen Skiles. Your flowers, cards, food and otlmr acts of kindness will long be remembered. Charles Skiles Jr., and family. 4DOe 00 I'0000000 OOO@O OQ :.ELP WANVUO: Men or women earn $100 too $800 per month -- Part time : or full time with new fast: growing California manufac-* e : Luring company. :t : phone number to:  Robert Keathley, Dept. XKE : L P.O. Box 1385 :Corsicana, Texas 75110 ' ,o oooooooeOoeeoeoooo@ I I Dr Lulah DeGnath oFroMlrrRlffr East Side Squmrt Phone OR $.32N ArNENS, TEICJI I I II II II II I I We Will Be Closed Jan. 12 thru 18 Dulaney Au SR 129 N. Terry St. Phone HU 9-4611 VALVE GRINDING SERVICE Yes, there is an inexpensive way to panel your rooms beautifully/ i  *' :;'iii'iii":* :'i": : . :  , ........ : 'i i''''#, ' ..... --:i- Beautiful new hardboard panels pre- finished in room-beautifying wood- grained colors! So low in cost, you'll hardly believe it! So beautiful, they'll glamorize any room with a beauty that will last for years. Royalcote Hardboard panels are highly resit- ant to mars, abrasions; scuffs and impacts! Wipe clean with a damp cloth. Large 4' x 8" x V4" thick panels are easy to apply. Apply without nails--use Masonite Brand Gen- eral Purpose Adhesive. Matched Masonite Brand Moldings-- McKee Lumber Co. LEGAL NOTICE Notice Affording Opporhmity For Public Hearing Corridor (Location) And Design (Com- bined Hearing) The Texas Highway Depart- ment is planning tim construc- tion of F.M. 3092 in Henderson County from F.M. 90 in Mal- akoff west for a distance of 2.2 miles. A portion of the pro- posed project will be within the CRy limits of Malakoff. The proposed project provides for grading, sxuctures, flex- ible base, and one course sur- face treatment. It is antici- pated that sufficient right of way will be acquired to pro- vide for a 36' crown and 24' pavement surface. Maps and other drawing showing the proposed location and geomet- ric design and any other in- formation about the proposed project are on file and avail- able for inspection and copy- ing at the office of Mr. Elton P. Myers, Supervising Resi- dent Engineer whose office is located on State Highway 10 in the cry limRs of Athens. Information about the State's Relocation Assistance Pro- gram, the benefits and ser- vices for displaces and the re- location assistance office as well as information about the tentative schedules for acqul- siion of right of way and con- struction can be obtained at the Resident Engineer's Of- rice. Any interested citizen may request that a public hearing be held covering the social, economic and environ- mental effes of the proposed location and design for this highway project by delivering a written request to the Resi- dent Engineer's Office on or before January 30, 1970. In the event such a request is received, a public hearing will be scheduled and adequate ncice will be publicized about the date and location of the hearing. LEGAL NOTICE THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: Bobby Iren Stargell GREETING: You are commanded to ap- pear by filing a written an- swer to the plaintiff's petition at or before 10 o'clock A.M. of the first Monday aRer the expiration of 42 days from the date of issuance of this Cita- tion, the same being Monday the 16th day of February, A. D., 1970, at or before 10 o'clock A.M., before the Hon- orable 3rd Judidal Court of Henderson County, at the Court House in Athens, Texas. Said plaintiff's petition was filed on the 26 day of Novem- ber, 1969. The file number of said suit being No. 69-325. The names of the parties in said suit are: Joy Faye Stargell as Plain- (iff and Bobby Iren Stargell as Defendant. The nature of said suit being substantially as follows, to wit: Suit for divorce, custody of minor child, and $,W.00 per month child gupport. If this Citation is not served wRhin 90 days aRer the date of its issuance, it shall be re- turned unserved. Local City Sales Taxes Are Taxpayers in Mahkoff wi}l be envied to deduct the city sales taxes paid during 1969 in addition to the state sales taxes if they itemize their de- ductions on Schedule A Form 1040 this year. The tax i receiv- ed in the mail prov/de a handy table for deducting the Texas state sales tax. However, dis- Crict officials have prepared tables showing the exact a- mount deducible for both state and cry sales taxes. The op- tional ste and city sales tax ,table has been posted in local Post Offices and provided to the hanks as well as being available at all Internal Reve- nne offices in Texas according to Ellis Campbell, Jr., District Director of Internal Revenue for North Texas. The sales tax table for Tex- as cities with a city sales tax added October 1, 1969 as it was institmed in Malakoff and the amount taxpayers are al- lowed to deduct is shown be- low. The figures do not per. tain to cties adopting a cry sales tax which became el- fective on January 1, viously residents of dries will not be a city sales t their 1969 tax return tbey wilt not have paid cry sales tax until the ',ax war of 1970. INCOME* FMILY SZZE (PERSONS) 1 a 2  a 4 5 , Over p State City State City State City State City Under $3,000 24 2 31 3 33 3 33 3 3,000-3,999 32 3 39 3 42 4 42 4 4,000-4,999 39 3 47 4 51 4 51 4 5,000-5,999 45 4 54 5 59 5 59 5 6,000-6,999 51 4 61 5 67 6 67 6 7,000-7,999 57 5 68 6 74 6 75 6 8,000-8,999 63 5 74 6 81 7 83 7 9,000-9,999 69 6 80 7 88 7 90 8 I0,000-i0,999 75 6 86 7 95 8 97 8 ii,000-ii,999 80 7 92 8 102 9 104 9 12,000"12s999 85 7 98 8 109 9 Ill 9 13,000-13,999 90 8 104 9 115 I0 I18 I0 14,000-14,999 95 8 II0 9 121 10 125 10 15s000-15,999 I00 8 115 I0 127 ii 132 Ii 16,000-16,999 105 9 120 i0 133 ll 138 12 17,000-17,999 Ii0 9 125 I0 139 12 144 12 18,000-18,999 I15 10 130 Ii 145 12 150 13 19,000-19,999 119 i0 135 ii 150 13 156 13 *Income as shown on Form I040, line 15c, plus amounts from ouher sources such as social security, veterans' benefits, etc. "less, ' fckct $'. an eve be k fo, ir gra bzell w] Savings Bonds Sales 008,998 For November November sales of United States Savings Bonds in Hen- derson County taled $8,988, according to Mr. Reggie H. Howard, chairman of the Hen- derson County Savings Bonds Committee. Sales for the eleven- month period were $175,343 and this is 92 per cent of the 1969 goal of $190,000. Texas sales during Novem- ber totaled $12,9,108 whge the first eleven month sales mmmnted to. $161,40,W*which is  per cent of the 1969 goal of $170.1 million. "Recently the interest rte on United Saving Bonds was raised to 5 per cent when held to maturity of 5 yeers and 10 months (4% for the first year and 5.20% when held to ma- furry.) Freedom Shares will be removed from sale on June 30, 1970 so be sure to put your note allotment into "bigger" E Bonds. Buy them through the Payroll Savings Plan where you work or at your bank," Cairnmn Howard said. Trinidad school menu for the week of January 12. Monday -- Baked ham, green beans, candied sweet potatoes, dessert, hot rolls- butter and milk. Tuesday- Bar-B-Que weln- ers, creamed potatoes, purple hull peas, dessert, hot rolls- butter and milk. Wednesday- Hamburgers, Bill Collector in Action One way for a bill collector to prod a lagging debtor is to punch him in the nose. Obviously, that way is illegal. It s asgault and battery, for which the bill collector could be fined or even put in jail. Another way is to send the debtor a polite letter reminding him that he may have overlooked his payment. Obviously, that would be perfectly legal. But what about Collection tech- niques that fall somewhere in be- tween? How rough can the bill collector get before he is over- spping his legal rights? To start with, assuming the debt is a legitimate one, the law is on the side of the collector. Obliga- tions are to be paid, not shirked. As one court said, when a debtor complained that a bill collector was annoying him: "The rightof a creditor to inflict some worry upon a debtor by rea- sonable means is necessary to the very existence of the credit system." However, the law is taking an increasingly stern view of harsh lactics. Not only may a collector run afoul of criminal statutes but he may also have to pay damages to the debtor. That may happen, for example, if he unfairly exposes the debtor to public disgrace. In one case, a collector sent dunning letters in envelopes marked "WE COLLECT BAD DEBTS." The debtor sued the collector and won damages. The court said the phrase "bad debts" carried the implication that the debtor was not only deliquent (which was true) but also dishonest (which was false). What about the common collec- tion practice of telephoning a debtor to demand payment? With- in reasonable limits, such calls are perfectly proper. But here law draws a line. One collector, telephoni woman about a debt, used violent and abusive she became seriously ill. sued for damages, and the held the collector liable. judge: "Neither beating a purposely worrying him permissible way of debt." A public service feature American Bar Association State Bar of Texas. Will Bernard. LE'S #3 PACKAGE STORE BEER,, LIQUOR WINE also shop our drivt in next00 door for picnic items, beer and wine HWY 90-CANEY CITY Issued this the 29th day of french fries, lettuce, onion, December A.D., 1969. plckle, dessert and milk. THIS WEEK SPECIAL ". Given under my hand and i Thursday -- Chicken and i seal of said Court, at office in paghetti, English peas, wal-  Athens, Texas, this the 2th doff salad, dessert, hot rolls- t BIkC K CHILI day of December A.D., 19e9. butter and milk. Lelia May Kelly, Clerk Friday -- Vegetable beef Court Henderson County, Texas Soup, tuna sandwich, pimento t 0000_IARBECUE [ By J. Rogers, Deputy cheese sandwich, dessert and milk. RIBIS & CHICKEII t( Charlie Beck ..- ---0-------.--.. Eat at our Bar or take out i back at work flow DELICIOUS SANDWICHES 'i COME VISIT HIM AT PLENTY COLD BEER RANCH HOUSE LOUNGE 00ttt00 o'V Also At Fishing Marnia DRIVE