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Page 8 :...:. handles misdemeanors. "This is an unworkable situation," Bandy said. If the bill Bandy proposed is approved, the county attorney would become the criminal district attorney and would go on the state payroll rather than the county payroll, Bandy said. Bandy said some 50 other counties in the state have their own criminal district attorneys, Bandy denied that the Liming of his proposal had anything to do with the fact that District Attorney Bill Green. who took office the first of the year, has been charged in a morals case in Austin. "The first draft of this bill was made a year ago, the Henderson County Peace Officers endorsed it six months ago, and the Hender- son County Bar Association three months ago," Bandy said. Green, contacted by the Malakoff News. commented: "I am reminded that the voters of Henderson County were generous on May 1 in giving me 72 per cent of the popular vote in one of the most hotly contested races for district attorney in Henderson County&apos;s history. I am withholding a state- ment at this time in order that I may come to Athens and discuss the matter per- sonally with Mr. Bandy. I will issue a statement after discussing the matter with Mr. Bandy." The special session of commissioners court was called some two weeks after County Judge Winston Reagan told the court and MALAKOFF NEWS C U RT ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.::.:::i:!i:..:i:::::i:::..::::::::: February meeting. Commissioners and coun- ty attorney Bandy toured Everett's precinct Monday afternoon and were shown where oil had been applied to a number of roads. Further action was planned at the February meeting of the commissioners. Hearn asked for a $10,000 adjustment in his budget. tte said he has 10 employes in his office, but the budget was made up to handle only 8. He also asked for $1,200 for a car allowance to go out and appraise property and $500 in conference expenses. The total asked is approxi- mately $16,000. Charles Mathis was re- appointed to the hospital board from Precinct 3 on recommendation of W.T. Featherston. The commissioners voted to pay the $1,588 in dues to from page one ETCOG. Shady Oaks fire chief Ernest Smith outlined its operations to the commis- sionsers, and appealed for the court to reinstate its gasoline expenses denied at last. neting. However representatives from Trini- dad, Murchison, Malakoff, Larue and other fire depart- ments present expressed the :pinioP.hat gasoline ws the rdsponsibility of the individual volunteer organi- zations. However. at least one said, if gasoline is paid for one fire department, it should be paid by all. The county currently gives each volunteer fire department in the county $100 per month from revenue sharing funds. The court approved a $1,000 weighers bond for Joan McCool. Appointed to the Histor- ical Commission were: The<) S. Daniell, Ill, Chairman. Athens; Mrs. W.H. Brandon, Vice-chairman. Athens; Mrs. W.C. Perry- man, Secretary, Athens; Mrs. Lance Tarrance, Trea- surer, Athens; Mrs. Clyde "Eads, Murchison; Mrs. Ruth Blethen, Athens; John Clark, Chandler; R.E. Dwelle, Athens; Mrs. Paul Lewis, Trinidad: J.H. R'eynolds, LaRue; Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Trinidad: Rev. J.B. Trent, Athens; Mrs. Donald D. Waller, Athens; Sen. Ralph V. Yarbrough, Austin; Mrs. Robert Tillison. Athens; Mrs. Waymon G. Peavy, LaRue; Miss Katherine Brown, LaRue; Jack ()wen, Athens; Judge Jack Hol- land, Athens; Joe Dan Fowler, Athens; Judge Winston Reagan, Athens; and Mrs. Leon Boatright, Mabank. APPOINTEES-The Star Harbor city council at their January meeting appointed Paul DeHaes[on the left] chairman of the Star Harbor Environmental Beautifica- tion committee and Carl" Floto [on the right] was When stacked, 490 U.S. dollars weigh one pou.und. reappointed chief of police, a position he had previously held. Floto has completed the required six weeks police special training and was highly recommended to the council by many citizens of Star Harbor. Wall Coverings 489-0287 105 N. Terry L Country Fair We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities 203 E. Royall Blvd. Malakoff 489-0514 / m YOUR FOOD STAMPS GO A LONG WAY AT FOOD-A-RAMA Super Value Save slO 7oPiece Kitchen Cookware Set- Your Choice of Colors Regular ce sss Now (Avocado, Gold, or Bronze) Malakoff Menu Monday: Sauerkraut and Wieners, Blackeyed Peas, Sweet Potatoes, Cornbread, Pear Halves, Milk. Tuesday: Creole Spa- ghetti, Cole Slaw, Pinto Beans, Yeast Cornbread, Pudding, Milk.. Friday: Barbe Wednesday: Cheesebur- Baked Beans ger, Lettuce, Pickle Slices, Corn, Cake French Pries with Peanut Butter Bd Thursday: Ova Chicken, Green Be Flake Potatoes, ! Sauce, Hot Rolh Jello, Milk. Valentine's Day Feb. Packages of Valentine's Stae At 59' Single Valentines 10'- sZ Valentine 59'-*7  On Valentine Candy. You May Lucky One To Get Your Money Back. Smith Drug & Away S & H Stam Heavy Guage Store Hours: 8 a.m. to 6 Men. thru Sat. We Gladly |m||||mm||mmmnm||nu||m|||mn||n|||||||lnn|||||n|||l Scott Paper Towels'00bR" Van Camp Nabisco With Gro. 5 news media present he would not call special sessions of the court in the future except in cases of dire necessity. The court considered several routine matters in the session, including the appointment of the county Historical Commission. a hospital board member, payment of a public weigher bond. payment of East Texas Council of Govern- meats Membership Dues, and a lengthy list of "'recommendations" by Judge Reagan for the com- missioners to consider during the coming year. In addition, the court addressed itself to some $II.000 in delinquent bills run up by Larry Everett, outgoing Precinct 3 commis- sioner, for road oil and other items in his district, The court also heard a general discussion by the Shady Oaks and other volunteer fire organizations concerning a decision not to pay gasoline expenses for the Shady Oaks fire depart- ment. The court also listened to Kounby Kist Whole Kernel Corn.5!4/,l 15 oL Blackeye Peas .............. 4/=1 [}el Monte Sweet Pickle Pork-N-Beans.l!.. ..... Light Crest =. I Nestea ,,. - IBorden's Instant iscuit Mix..:..T. .... 10/99e, Relish...:..."...4Y ILemon Tea Mix...?......q.2/Potaks.. Town Talk Bread ' ,': ,", .......... .... a.3/s npbells Chicken Noodle  I Wisk Liquid   103A oz. ,: o S 32 oz. S Soun ....................................... 005/1 IDeteroent00-0000.f00 1 r _  i  -mmm ..... W,U Bilum z 0z tmcanmr i normel  I mucKers ,o ._ mcan wno ,. /affle Syrup ......... 79,Jp0tted Meat...t ..... 6fl IGrape lelly.2.'.?....69' I Sweet Pickle.'... . Purina Tender Vittles 6 _oz. box __ Mo_rmn_ u oz. oox Golden ticious Sunkist (Large) | i US No. I Florida Cat Food ...... 3/I Glazed Donuts ....... 69' Apples3,:/*1 Lem0ns 10/*11Tange10s5,,, orden ,/, gal. $.1 15 oz. spot, 1!had d .3/89' [Oreo Cookies , of t, z6"" ely n a request from Tax NOn Assessor-Collector Keith Co (Lame Size) US 1 Russet 10 lb. _ Hearn for an amendment to his budget to pay for people 4/Sl Potatoes bag Sl This was put on the agenda ............................. for further discussion in theu0S To aoZd ub Steak Sl' ChlhhasThe Malakoff Lions Chlbset theSupperd. o, February Meat ....... Boneless" ...... ..... 0099"Clb. ............................ IPork Feet ...... sp.i orwhole ............. 4"lb. l, for its annual chili supper. Uver ........ 59?,. [ Sirloin Steak ...... lS?, T-Bone ...... IL Turkey Parts Necks. Pork Neck Bones & Ma 4 /Sl" The chili will be home made and tickets may be pur- chased from any M alakoff Lion for $1.50. They will begin serving at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to help the Lions with this project, If you haven't been approached to buy a ticket before time, come on down to the Lions Club Den and you will be served. The proceeds from the chili supper will be used for community services. Rec Center Celebrates The Malakoff Recreation Center is marking its first anniversary, according to owners and operators Duane and Lena Dean. "We appreciate all our stomers' cooperation and thank each and every one," Mrs. Dean said. The recreation center's hours are 3:30 to 10 p.m. five days a week and Saturday from noon to midnight. The center is open Sunday after- noons, also. The Recreation Center features pool tournaments each Daesday for boys and each Monday for girls. Ui .................. lb. We Sell The Best Beef In East Texas Sides?..!.'f. . '.. And That's t ]Ydlil, So Fm Your Freezers & .79',,. Hindquarters Grain Fed Heavy Beef 9P .......................... lb. We Also Have Many Smaller Freezer Specials, Here Are |ust Two B_f_B_god Beef Eaters Delight We also have frozen food lockers for rent.  lb. Round Steak 6 lb. Sirloin Pdces Effective Wednesday, Janua thru Tuesday, February 1 OUR BUSINESS IS SELLING GROCERIES- OUR FRIENDLY SERVICE IS "FREE" Wings .......... 59% Grain Fed Heavy Beef Forequarters. We Are Now F 6 lb. T-Bone 6 lb. Club Ste "Lip Smacldmg Good" 26 to lb. Chuck Roast 6 lb. Chuck Roast Hickory Smoked Barbeque 10 lb. Ground Beef 5 Ib, Beef Ribs or Liver 3 lb. Stew Meat (Boneless) 40 lb. Only '44" 7 lb. Ground Beef 7 lb. Beef Ribs 3 lb. Stew Meat 35 lb. Only ,39o Hams, Beef, and . Sandwiches or by the PoumL Take Home Some Of Our Slaw, Potato Salad, and Beaus For A Quick and Easy