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8A--The Mabkoff News, Thursday, March 10,1983 ,, purchase of new equipment for which when equlpment is needed con nissionertakesofflce." Council of Governments on their next individual precinct chiefs put aside "Some precincts have been Precinct 2 Comun kaioner Jack agenda to diecuaa a proposed contract Stagall pointed out that when he took in which that agency would prepare money duringtheyear, mishandled and mimnanaged in the Judge Reagan aid this problem post," noted the county Judge. "They office in January he inherited a N,000 detalled county and precinct mapa. could he remedied if commissioners have been raped of their fuads and this trailer "with nothing to haul in it." A loag anding propomd to number would "chip in " to help each other has caused problems when a newStegall ousted Fred Box in last year's all county roads for identification t v4 wv ....... Democratic primary election, was approved by the cam- County Auditor Thermm Slmmona nd oners Monday morning contingent mendat/ons for the courtroom remodeling. The commissioners Monday ap- proved the lone bid of Athena auto dealer John Glatt for three new county automobiles. Two of the vehicles are destined for use by the sheriff's office with a third going to the county Juvenile from page easement to Don Bullock for in Precinct 4 and from the Sunrise Church for fill dirt in Precinct' First Baptist Church of Precinct 1 for work on its A request to repair north of Murchison from the told the commissioners Monday he upon ETCOG's preparation of the officer. Farm through to BB Ranch "hasn't had much experience with zero maps. Glatt's bid of $28,519.18 covered the proved and a petition from budgeting," but had attended some "This is semeth/ag that is going to net cost of three 19e3 Ford LTDs in- Seven Points concealing Plastic hit.s, $1.19, $1.49 & $1.98 ........... String, 49¢ sem/narsconcorningthepreeedureand take a lot of time," explalnod Blakeney. cludln8 two trade-ins; the juvenile road conditions was real Child's baseball & mitt, $2.98 ............ Softball, $1.79 would invegdgataRoad laveatoryit further. In other Other emrt actluncommisldoners court action car°fficer'Sthat wasf°rmerinvolvedVehiclein aandwrecka sheriff'Searlier Fowler.rec°rd by County Clerk this year. the board authorized Judge Reagan to Along with zero budgeting the Mens mesh summer caps ..................... $2.98 The county con oz Easter baskets, $1.19 to $1.79 ............... Grau 49¢ commtmonen dam=led , oc=tt beg work on, comprehensive county The commi=ioners also waived a60 again on Monday, March money for the road and bridge personnel policy and sanctioned an foot right-of-way requirement on in thecountycourtroom. Fill & thrill eggs 12/$1.29 .............. Bunnies $1.79 anddepartmentnumber aecordiagof bridges int°eachr°adprecinct.mileage years°utsidewithaudita change°f the countyin auditingeVerYfirmstW° - S&H St amps Malakoff Lay-aways ~ The only problem foreseen with the biannually. idea, aecordiag to the county fathers, The county fathers also authorized ~vv~vvvvvv~t~,t~ut4~vJ~~~v~~ would be that the Cedar Creek Lake the advertising of bids to remodel a Beef .... $1,18 lb, Fore Qtr,,., $1,08 lb, Hind Qtr .... $1,48 lb. Beef Loins,. $1,68 lb, Cut & wrapped to your specification i/ No Extra Charge r /. .......Phone 489-1089 Hwy. 90 Czney City Open 7 7 a.m. to midni area would enjoy a considerable ad- portion of the Law Enforcement vantage over the other precincts due to Buffding as well as the district and the number of subdivts/on road in that county courtrooms. Judge Reagan said reglon, the Henderson County Bar Association The commissioners agreed to put a has procured the voluntary services of representative of the East Texas an architect in making recom- Imml.~ 419 N. Martin i as tabll~, "kid upon the find day of the want, when tho disciples came topther to ImWl brand, Paul preached unto them." Yes, we at the chu~h of Christ .Mum it eveq find day of the weak, which is Sunday. Doyev oh.era this Memorial, if so, When? COME WORSHIP AND STUDY THE BIBLE WITH US AT THE IALAKOF.F CHL RCH OF CHRIST 81~ Sta~ 9:)0 8.m. Wmhlp 10:.30 a,m. i,'00 p.m. Sundays II III I II I I I Makkoff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasmg You Pleases Us'* 611 Highway 31 East 489-1533 Mr and Mrs Bud Dulaney OCHOA'S RESTAURANT 489-1779 Malak0ft FEED BOX Hen lunch with us |ft~ Church thiS Sunday at Michael's Cow 451-2331 CONTINENTAL SAVINGS 5O2 E. me/. 31 48~-1957 IntarFimt Bank Matakoff W. ttmtt e~d. Sunday John U'l-18 Monday Luke 19:1.10 Tuesday I John 4:7-21 Wednesday He~rews 25.18 Thursday I Peter 1:3-25 Fddtly Saturday Matthew The &r~¢.n ~P~ So~qHy McCoors Store 489-1512 Jack McCool THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 459.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry L.-- i TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitcham 489.1292 The Tanner Family FIRST SAVINGS & LOAN OF MALAKOFF Highway 31 F.. 489-0991 FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Highway 31 W. 489-0538 Open Sun.-Thurs. 8 to 7 Fri. and Sat. 8 to 8. CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME W. loyefl BIN, 489.1702 Man~nt & Staff McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 [. R~/all BiN. 41194527 Gene Ber~, Munq~ MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER 1~5 N. Tore/ Vivian Jock JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malalmff 489.0910 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Terry 4894)512 Mr. and Mrs, jerry Garrison God can turn endings into beginnings." 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Ioa* c~.,~..,.,., v. m II I MALAKOFF MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF CI/RIg'r kmas I. Strlnaer, Mlnhder C. Huey Clmanto, Paster Oemdd IL Wlke, Wnb~r Bible Study ..................... 0:30 a.m. ~undey Sdteel ................. 1O:e0e.m. I~tmlsy 8c~mi .................. t:Ma.m. Seaday Me{slag Worship ....... I0.Z$ a.m.Mm'~tg Wmhip .............. 11:0ea.m. 8mt4ay Morldnl Wershlp ....... 1O:Mu.m. Suaday Evening Worship ........ Ih00p.m. Eveniq Worehip ................ C:~p.m. Sunday sevenht| Worship ...... ,.U:Mp.m. Wedne~lay Service ............. g:3Op.m, W~y Chancel Chelr ....... 7:30p.m, ~mday ~ ~'vk, e ............ Ih30 p.m. Wedl*w,~llty Lsdlel IMble CII|e.. i0: ~ a.~t ~ United Methedlst Womm meet Wedmlhty Mkl.weok .......... . ?:lap.m, ~ad and 41h Me,days .......... 2:~0p.m. Wedlumday, LadJN aible Class. lU:0O e.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FFF meet, t,t and ~I ~y,S t:ee a.m. CALVARY BAPTIST ~HURCH OF MALAKOFF MALAKOFF ..... OF TRINH)AD William hmhe, Pastor ASSEMBLY OF GOD HI WeWn, MbdgW tkmdaySchool .................. U:~ a.m. Kan J(U~, Pultm 8aaday Selmel... " U:~ a.m. 8Idle y Mornin| Worship ....... It :N a.m. 8unda~ Merldna Worship ....... 1O:~ m.m. I~lmday Eve,hag Warship. 7:anp.m. Sunday School .................. t:~ a.m. ....... ~ndlxy Mottles Worship ....... 1#.4~ a.m. I~mday Tralalalll Servke ........ I:an p.m. Wedmsday Worehip ............. 7:asp.re. Munday Evmdag Wm'shlp ........ T:M p.W. 9tmday Kvmdnil WamildlP ........ ?;Np.m. Glrlu AuxWary. 8uudsy ......... |:Np, m. Wedae~uhty Mid.week Service.,. 1:as p,m. WedHmlsy Wer~ ...... .. ...... T:Mp.m. WMU, ~y ................. I:an U.m. ABIUary, Wedmmday ...... . .... I:M p.m. Cbetr Prtr3~e: Sm*day Celebratten........... thN p~.m~ FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH FIRST BAPTlffI' CHINCH Wed=clay. Veal Mwlela--. Z:Mp.m.t CRO&8 ROAD8 TRINIDAD &=nday~ Adult Chair ........... S:oe p.m. Lynn FJMk, hd~ ~t~ hNIf, MM~MIr Wednesday, Mmd{Mmker~ .... 7:00 p.m.~mday Bdmol ................. 10:ee e.m. Wmlth~ S~ev|ee ............... It:Me.re. &mMlay BeJMmi .................. U:~a.m. PARI~VlEW MISSIONARY hmlay Nipt ..... .............. e:oe p.m. dklatdiay M~ Wm'eJidp ....... lI,N u.m. BAPTIST CHURCH Wodaesday NIsht ........ T:Np,m. &malay l{v~lal W~lddp ........ 1:Np.m, ....... WedMedsy ..................... 1:00 p.m. Mitt, Patter EROS8 ROADS FIRST UNITED METHODIST ~m~y Se~... ............ "... b:4s ,~.,~: UNITED METHODIST CHURCH CHURCH OF TRINIDAD [kmdny Merniall Wmhlp ....... IO:M a.m. ¢, I~ ¢IBII~ ~ TIB Iilllllll, 8today trveuiq Wership. •., .... |:at.m. Suaday M~qdal We~hlp ........ l:tu.m. 8uadsy 8clmei .................. e:~s.m. Wu4M~lay Nilkt: " WMA;,'~,.; ............... , ,..e:~F.m. Sudsy Sebeoi ................. le:lls.m,lkutday Mw~dnl WwMdlt ....... ie,~ a.m. Suabeame .................... e:4s p.m, Bible 8tidy ..................... I:N p.m. Svm/y Ev~l~l Wenklp ........ u:ee p.m. Worehip 8erviee .............. 7:~ p.m~ G~spd sluabsil UMYF .......................... I:M p.m. " .- "" Every Iml Friday el math ...... ?:Np.m. r~l~ • Oh W~y ................ lhll p.m, ST. JOHN'8 gCIENCESOCIETY .... ,:m,.m. LUTHERAN CHURCH ZII L ~ ~ tel AJ ST, JUDE'S MI881ON 671-7117 Foflm 1.6. EMm Smqrleee held st I~lllm. Lore et Hwy. 16 Rev. WJ~. Uther, pit~m li~ ............................. it:eo t.m. 8mhy MNe .................... It:ae.n. Temporarily ut 131 E. Tyler lit Wed. d ~ mMk .................. 7',.10 (Carroll & Lebr Chapel) Smtdny'aeh,o~ ~t~ly ufter m ROYALL CHEVROLET & BUICK CO. 510 W. Royall Blvd. 489.0529 LAKESIDE BEAUTY SHOP Caney City 489-0701 Melinda Watson, Owner CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 MALAKOFF PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE 106 N. Terry 489-1909 Marlin and Karen Perkins K&K KOATINGS, inc. Highway 31 Em 48g-lg20 Um Jeff Helm TEXASCLAY INDUSTRIES, INC. W. Main 489-1331 Prayer and penance. That is the sim- ple message of the mother of God brought to three Portugese children and the world 66 years ago, when she appeared at Our Lady of the Rosary at Fatima Portugal. Soon after the Fatima apparitions, in which Mary appeared six times bet- wean May and October, 1917, a great basilica was built at the Cova Da Iria, the site of a natural depression in the earth where the apparitions were viewed. Pilgrims from all over the world came to visit the basilica and view the lifelike statue of Our Lady of Fatima carved by Jose Thedim, which it houses. Yet, there are millions of people who, for one reason or another, could not make the pilgrimage to Fatima. And so, Thedtm, a Portugese sculptor, was again called to handcarve likenesses of the Virgin. He carved four international pilgrim virgin statues, and later, three national pilgrim statues. Two of the international statues were to travel the world; the other two would remain in Europe. The three national statues, however, along with 22 others OHRISTIAN SOIENOE SOCIETY of ATHENS invites you to attend their church services each Sunday an(.' the tirst Wed. each month.. 213 E. Tyler • Athe.~ Sunday 10:00 A.M. First Wed., 7:30 P.M. For FBEE Literature Call 675-4018 not carved by Thedim, would l particular countries, and travel throughout its alone. The National Pilgrim Program began on May 1~ golden jubilee of the first parition. At that time, Paul VI blessed the to become national pilgri~ statues for different nations. The statue to States by the bisho| the three completed by traveled across America and has only visited the Dallas Now, the people who national pilgrim virgin statue time will have again, during March 1983. of Dallas again will host likeness of Our Lady. people viewed one of the international pilgrim when it came to the area 1982.) Mrs. Joyce Aucoin in doicesan Blue Army, the tar of the international which strives to spread MarY requests for prayer and Statue arrived from San March 3, and will be taken ches in the diocese during week visit. The Blue Arm in 1946 and today has 25 internationally who have themselves to living the Mother's requests at Fatima. Sunday, March 13, the of Our Lady of Fatima Judges Catholic Church at 9; leaves at 1 p.m. Plan now to be the special mass and Jude is located in Gun Luther Lane at Hwy. 85. 4¢ Brown , from Francis, all B. Hayes of Dallas; nephews and a host of friends. Funeral services March 5, 1983 at the New Hope Church in Malakoff with the Brooks officiating. Burial was~ Cemetery. Collection agencies that have previously been used by United Telephone Company of Texas will be discontinued effective March 15, 1983. Your telephone bill can still be paid at local business office, but for faster posting to your account, you should mail in your payment. Envelopes are provided in your billing eaCl month for your convenience in mailing inf payment. By doing this, your payment is record" ed faster and the discontinuance of collectiO agencies reduces the operating costs, which turn, helps keep down local telephone rates. Collection agencies in your area that will be closed after March 15 are: The City Hall in Chandler The Chamber of Commerce in Eustace The Chamber of Commerce in Kerens The City Hall in Malakoff The Barksdale Food Store in Trinidad Please remember to mail in your payment the envelope provided and help to keep local telephone rates lower. UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM United Telephone Company of Texas