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pers for summer fun for diabetic the Malakoff Area sought by "ff the Malakoff Reminiscence In Yoga At Lions League, a crippled at Kerrville has expanded its Camp for Diabe- and is offering sessions at two for its 1976 4 ==meek session at n near Friends- Diabetic children "! through sixteen, i'/through June 18, 1 50 campers. k session, from gust 2 through ust 13, at Texas bP for Crippled _.J rrville, Texas for  children from six MEN'S BIBLE CLASS -- Men's Bible Class. J.L. This group of men of the First Brantley, pastor, is the one Baptist Church, taken during weaing a coat in the front a revival around 1936 or 1937, row. Many well-known local were members of the church's residents of the past and was to the right of the present present can be identified in' First Baptist sanctuary. the gathering. The building is Nannie Drake loaned the the old Church building which photo to The Malakoff News. detailed informa- the various Lions Henderson County was one testing schedules if the state ams, you are of 32 counties in the country has initiated legal stops to lose ground in the national against a deliquent livestock )ntact Jerry Stone off Lions Club at brucellosis eradication pro- r 5 p.m. gram during the past month, : the U.S. Department of n years of age. ;io;s. are free for. County Loses Ground In Brucellosis Fight s2699s Agriculture reported Feb. . Henderson dropped from modified-certified to noncerti- fled status, along with Van Zandt and Smith counties in this general area. Officials of USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service {APHIS} explained that counties lose status in the eradication program when herds fail to meet required testing schedules. These pro- vide that: An infected herd must be retbsted within six months. When an infected animal is found through the market cattle identification system, the herd must be tested or quarantined within 30 days. If quarantined, the herd must be tested within six months. Dairy herds must be tested within 30 days after a positive brucellosis ring test has been reported. A county does not lose its status for failing to meet Conservatiml Aid Given Area Farmers The Henderson County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee reports that during 1975 owner. When status is lost, it may be regained when def- icienciencies are corrected. PUBLIC NOTICE t NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HENDERSON CITY OF CANEY CITY TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY OF CANEY CITY, TEXAS: TAKE NOTICE THAT an election will be held on the 3rd day of April, 1976, in the City of Caney City, Henderson County, Texas, at the place and in the manner as set forth in the attached copy of an ORDINANCE CALLING ELECTION ON APRIL3, 1976,FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THREE COUNCILMEN FOR THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CAtN EY CITY, TEXAS, duly entered by the City Council of the City of Caney City, Texas, on the 3rd day of February 1976. Said attached ORDINANCE is made a part of this notice for all intents and purposes. PUBLIC NOTICE 4. That only qualified voters residing in the City of Caney City, Texas, shall be eligible to vote at said elec- tion. 5. That notice of said election shall be published once a week for two consecu- tive weeks in a newspaper published in the City o Malakoff, Texas, the first of such publications to be not less than forty-five [45] days before the election. PASSED AND APPROVED this the 3rd day of February, 1976. W.H. Rodgers Mayor-Caney City, Texas ATTEST: DOrothy Anderson  City Secretary-Caney City, Texas Feb. 18, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 9 Donna Scheibe Speaker For CCL Women's Club The American coat of arms or the Great Seal will be the Jr. College bicentemma]-themed program The Continuing Education presenli at the Cedar Creek Division of Henderson Lake Women's Club meeting County Junior College will Tuesday, Feb. 24, at the offer a non-credit course in Cedar Creek Country Club. Yoga beginning Thursday, Donna Scheibe, president of February 26, 7:30 p.m. in the Territory Times Publishing Women's Gym. Co., publishers of the Malak- . Mrs. Susana Chaney of Tyler will be the instructor. Mrs. Chaney has been prac- ticing Yoga for 13 years. She has had her own TV show in Tyler and has been teaching Yoga for six years.  Classes will-be'held each Thursday for 10 weeks from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Cost for the course is $20. off News, Mabank Banner, Kemp News, and Kerens i . , Tribune, will make a brief talk explaing the Great Seal of the United States which is seen o= the one dollar bill. The meeting begins at 11:30 when a buffet lunch will be served. [ITIZEN5 STATE BANK N. Terry 489-0530 You Can Bank On Us For morethan 30 years natural Was the only fuel used in Texas r & Light Company generating ts, It was economica n cost and it was an abundant supp y b e. However in recent years, the ;of gas has' r sen enormous y and jsif-upply is becom ng increasingly hortain pl,  . y0 During per ods of cold weather 3X  last several years, and again ,oti ar, supplies of gas were ,o .;ued drastically. TP&L used serv' } quantities of oil to keep its s Operating. : Since 1971 TP&L has been ;, fily reducing its dependency on j red oil with plants which use --COal as fuel Licln te is a more IUIVr n . - _ : m*cal tuel and it's readily ble from huge deposits right in Texas. Electricity is now Produced by two lignite-fueled ' in the TP&L area one other is J Construction and others are planned. POWER & LI(;HI" COMPANY electric utility TP&L and two other North Texas electric companies have a nuclear-fueled plant under construction. The first of two generating units is scheduled to be placed in operat!on in 1980 and the second in 1982. It's essential that TP&L continue planning and building new generating plants to make possible use of lower cost and more readily available fuels and, at the same time, keep your electric service dependable. J. A. Penney Implement Co. Corsicana, Texas 214-874-3601 New Holland Round Balers and Hay Machinery Sales and Service. yeurs Councihnan, for a term of two years 2. That Eleanor Oberlin is hereby appointed Presiding Election Judge and Frank Dowell. is hereby appointed Alternate Judge. The Presid- ing Election Judge is granted authority to appoint as many assistant judges or other oficials deemed necessary to properly conduct said election without prior or subsequent approval or ratification by the City Council of Caney City, Texas. 3. That the official ballot for said election of April 3, 1976 shall substantially comply with the laws of the State of Texas governing municipal elections. ]11 I am, ..... a m= mm Henderson County farmers DurothyAnderson lllllIJ npp/laNrl,, and ranchers used $93,238.00 City Secretary ; =a--I/l; fl/1LIrtllCh of conservation cost-share CitvofCanevCitv, Texas ( (.rOOO lO" O{J 0/ s  0q TO "-- assistance. AN ORDINANCE CALL- FOL_ 11L'tC' @,: '' ) ING AN ELECTION ON [-:f MRS. bJlLLtP, rco.  :-i[ COME NERE I YOU ( APRIL 3,1976, FOR THE  ?dl..  RL PURPOSE OF ELECTING :-_--. f'i-:-- i1  THREE COUNCILMEN Were diversifvin00 FOR THE CITY COUNCIL -- OF THE CITY OF CANEY CITY,TEXAS: " [[ t/ J BE IT ORDAINED BY THE our mix U1 CITY COUNCIL OF THE !00neratlng plant fuels CITY OF CANEY i . CITY, TEXAS: I. That an election is hereby aae ordered to be held in the City of Caney City, Texas, on April to ke.ep 3, 1976, same being the first Saturday in April, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock a.m. and 7z;00 o'clock p.m. at the your electric service City HallintheCityofCaney Ciyt, Texas, for the purpose of electing the following officials -', up um Je-en Ja,-,e forth for the: terms herinafter set @ Councilman, for a term of two years ,  Councilman, for a term of two Occidental Chemioal Company Bag Fertilizer 12-12-12 =3" perbag0r =120 ton 10-20-10 i' Ammonium Nitrate $3 7s per bag0r $130 to. *4oo perbagor =140 ton Steve T. Dewees, Owner, Manager Dealer For 489-0367 S. Tent Nights: 489-1892 MALAKOFF FEED & SUPPLY