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February 26, 1976

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LOODDONORS- Over50 Monday when the Stewart akeff High Students gave Blood Bank's bloodmobile d for two-year-old Tara visited MalakoffHigh School. a victim of leukemia, Most of the donors are shown here in front of the vehicle, which will make a return visit to Malakoff Saturday. [Staff Photo by Loraine Herline]. mobile To Visit Saturday Malakoff residents will see Stewart personnel taking a now familiar sight at the short medical history, center on Saturday, checking the donors' blood mary, 28, from 10 to 4, pressure, pulse, and taking Stewart Blood Center's his temperature, followed by 4h donor coach will be on giving the one unit of blood. for a blood drive. Robert A. Fry, Administra- According to Jerry Hinkle; tive Director of Stewart Blood drive chairman from Center, reminds all Malakoff akoff,:anyone between the citizens, that by giving this Jar:is and 66, who is in one unit of blood, some t hdalth is a possible patient in dire need will benefit, and the donor can Hinkle mentioned that qualify for the center s blood 30 minutes is all the donor assurance plan, where- it akes for a person to by he, his spouse and any blood, beginning with children living at home will be Garden Center retold funtr/man - 0va Now Open 7 Dap PREVENTS WEEDS Foxtail Purslane Rescue Grass FEEDS LAWNS. i. l00a,y Step IEIWl] FEED '''wn",l . 90 3 miles Soulh a Mira "rotted assured of receiving all the blood they need free of most cost, following a 90 day qualification period following donation. However, if the donor or his family should have an accident or need Sale at Bht now! For a limited time only, you can choose from three :xPlrer Special" optional equipment packages. So, get the ;De( l ally priced" Explorer features you want. Available Regular ib, )UperCab and 4 X 4's. Hurry in! See . . . Based on manufacturer's price reductions to dealers on special option prices. AL INMON FORD SALES Malakoff blood during pregnancy, the 90 day waiting period will be waived. Malakoff citizens are urged .feb. 7, IUTMALAKOFF NEWS-Page $ Mayor, Agent Agree City Policy Was Not Canceled Mayor A.M. (Buddy) Thompson has denied canceling a general liability insurance policy sent to the city prior to Feb. 2 when it became eifective. "I only told them (Malakoff Insurance Agency} the policy was being put out to bids," he said. "Everyone knows that once a policy is written it cannot be cancelled for at least 30 days." Jerry Gar- risen, of the agency, con- firmed the policy was not cancelled, as erroneously re- ported in the Malakoff News. Ha said. however, the policy could have been cancelled at any time after Feb. 2. The insurance policy, sub- ject of a recent special called meeting of the Malakoff City Council, was billed at $1,899, and the amount was ques- tioned when council members considered bills for the month. At that time, the bill was held up pending a report on the nature of the policy and the ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: tract in Kilman's absence, said Kilman proposed to have an engineer run a grade on the land and run his own sewer line, and he indicated it would take no more than two taps to provide the needed service. Dodson said the tract would not have streets, alleys or be subdivided, but would be sold in all or in part from "field notes." I.W. Brown voted against providing the service, saying COUNCIL :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page one some difficulty with sewer line easements. "It is not my wishes to have to go to court to condemn anybody's property," Thompson said. "But the citizens of the community are going to have to step forward and cooperate with us." Thompson said the city had had to hire a surveyor in one case, and had encountered resistance from a number of amount Subsequently although the council did not instruct him to do so, Thompson instructed a city employe to advertise for bids on the policy. An adver- tisement for bids was run in the Malakoff News. Councilman Al Inmon, voicing concern that the city might be without liability coverage for a time, and indicating he was not sure whether the city was covered at all, called for the special meeting. Informed of the "bid deci- sion" Jerry Garrison of Mala- koff Insurance Agency went to city hall to pick up his copy of the policy. At that time, another local insurance agent was there and had requested a copy of the policy. Garrison -questioned the ethics of permitting another agency to see his copy of the policy. The liability policy is an audited policy, based on city expenditures, and is tied to a rate set by the state. A "bid" received at the outset would be adjusted up or down to honor the policy as originally changes in the policy, and written, that he bad authorized its Garrison said that former renewal. Thompson quoted city manager Ran Turner had Turner as saying he had not been contacted regarding any authorized the renewal. i ii Your chance to get the convenience and dependability of Frigidaire and get special clearance savings, tool Frigidaire Heavy Duty Washer Flexible 1-18 Ib capacity  Infinite water level selector Knits/Permanent Press/ Regular Wash cycles 2 speeds SPECIAL to take advantage of having he'd like to have legal advice landowners to the city fol- conform to audit information, the Stewart facility nearby to before doing so. The rest of lowing what it considers the Garrison said, making the join the assurance plan, re- the council approved. The most practicalandeconomical presence of a bid of no i Frigidaire Fowing Heat Dryer place blood someone has used council voted to limit the route, particular value in the final |  mm 18-1b capacity during illness, or contribute to number of taps to a maximun He asked the cooperation of analysis. |  [ Delicate plus Knits. a pool of which they are a of two. citizens in smoothing out the In the special meeting, the II  I Permanent Press, member. No matter what After the budget report was process of obtaining case- council voted unanimously to II   Regular settings purpose the blood donor main- tabled, Thompson requested mentsl He assured that all |  ./ I Gentle Flowing Heat tains, some patient will ben- that the report be presented premises would be retu,ed to 2 Candidates I \\;Ai I! aig ver'size dr fit greatly by this "gift of on a quarterly basis for the their original state by the | ll  opening for easy loading blood - a gift of life." cuncil to review it" The cntractor fllwing cm" File F0r h00l [report presented involved two pletion of the project. r and unloading ptist ont,- October and No- Thompson also noted that Trustee Posts First Ba vember. , ,he city health officers term Duringthemayorsreport, had expired. P.T. Kilman, "SPECIAL To Hear Group Thompson said that the city who has served in the post for forTWthecandidateSMalakoffhaveschoolfiled was having some difficulty a number of years, will be obtaining easements for the recontacted to see if he will District trustee election April From Palein sewer liftstations, with three accept reappointment to tle 3. Deadline for filing is next Wednesday, Mar. 3. [ PHILLIPS 5 obtained and three still post. "The Story Telling Man, ' a pending on work now under Thompson told the council Homer Ray Trimble, whose special 45-minute presenta- way. There also has been that Hayter Engineering had term is expiring, has filed for reelectin' Clay Estes will nt i b00kPPLiANC E tion by a children's choir been unable to provide a run for reelection. Judy New- group from Southside Baptist TRAMMEL person tooverseethecitys church of Palestine, will be water and sewer project, but man, a former city council- the Sunday evening service of had suggested the city con- man, has also filed for the Ml First Baptist Church of from page one tinue to use city maintenance post. Malakoff. director G.V. Walker in that '...C.-o- capacity with Hayter sending The grupis led bY Mrs" will mve t Malakff n dwn a member f his staff  CAPER   Jean Hastings, who is blind. March 4. Ken Medina wrote the pro- These have been happy once a week to advise him. MATES gram according to Malakoff years at Malakoff and Cross However, the council is in- m pastor Rev. James Cheatham. Roads, ' Rev. Hutchins said. vestigating the credentials of I Services start at 7 p.m. The "We have thoroughly enjoyed another prospect, it was dis-  Short S eve (   ..... ' i ' public is invited, living in yur lvely parsn" clsed" ' 12 ,, :: age. As I prspare to move on Thompson saidtbecitywill Jackets  S s5 PUBLIC NOTICE March 2nd, my prayer is that have to seek bids in order'*to | the Lord will bless you and sell the Melton property. The V-Neck Shell I . Public Hearing Notice guide you as you continue to council voted to sell the City of Mainkoff, P.O. Box seek to sere Him through CitizensPrperty Statelast month,Bank andhas Sleeveless Q, Malakoff, Texas 75148, has His church. ' voiced an interest in the tract applied to the Texas Water During Hutehins' four-year Quality Board for an amend- tenure here, 160 persons were behind its premises. Jewel Neck Shell ,". " menttoPermitNo. 10738for added to the church member. Thompson said he planned ess $7  el t ship at Malakoff and 5 at to investigate what action is a dischargenottoexceedan Cross Roads; the parsonage necessary to get city mail Sleevei average flow of 400,000 gallons per day of domestic debt has been reduced to delivery to homes, and also $2,234, and the Malakoff said he would seek a one-way sewage effluent frm the budget has risen frm $22'000 traffic requirement alngside 1295 I mudpal sewage treatment in December 1971 to its the Post Office, and ape- Pants $ plant which is located approx- present $36,378. destrian lane marker on High- imately 1,500 feet south of Rev. Hutchins' new address way 90 in front of the Post State Highway 31 and one is P.O. Box 698, Woodville, Office for the safety of those Four colors to choose from * and one-half miles southwest Tx. 75979. going to the post office. of the Malakoff City Hall, Henderson County, Texas. The treated domestic sewage effluent will be dis- charged into an unnamed branch of Cedar Creek, thence into Cedar Creek, thence into the Trinity River. A Hearing Cemmission of the Texas Water Quality Board will hold a public hearing on this application which has been fixed for: March 19, 1976 10:00 a.m. Council Chamber City Hall 212. N. Banner Tyler, Texas to receive evidence on the conditions, if any, under which the amended permit may be issued, and to deter- mine whether State Certifi- cation in aeeardanee with Section 401 of the Federal Water Plhtion Control Act Amendments of 1972 may be issued. Preliminary informa- tion available to the technical staff of the Texas Water Quality Board indicates that a waste discharge conforming to the conditions, in the proposed permit would not unreasonably impair the qual- ity of waters in the State. Hearing Authority: Chap- tar 21, Sections 21.072-21.082, Texas Water Code, and Chap- tar V., Sections 500 and 510, Rules of the Texas Water QuaUty Board. The hearing may be con- tinued from time to time and place to place, if nmeary, to develop all relevant evidenes bearing on the subject of the hearing. Further information concerning any aspect of the discharge, if available, may ,be obtained by writing Patsy Viedneili, Hearings Division, Texas Water Quality Board, P.O. Box 13245, Capitol Sta- tion, Austin, Texas 78711. ;PRIN 59 CREOMULSION ............. 36'S Green, Aqua, Pink, & Blue Fluffy Easter Dresses by Jill In Dotted Swiss, Polyester and Cotton. I Mother's little helper: t|l|l|ltlnllll||Httl tI|It|IIMilItl |ttll|$||tllillUt'| ,'H Ith Lace ,,,,,, ea -tax, Ihq, .;;.'r F.. H 'r'r:, ,'. % IF" Trimm ed ,|,,,,...,..,,,.,,,.,,,,,,,,,..,,,,, Full :irt Health-tex clothes are for little kids, but they're a great help to mothers. 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