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March 19, 1981

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1 The Malakoff News, Thursday, March 19, 1NI--~ L Mrs. O.D. McCann spent the she did such a good job, they suggested with relatives. They that she go to Hollywood. Margaret father, B.W. Harris of didn't know if they thought that she was and their daughters, Mrs. a good actress or they just wanted to be and Mrs. Kelley Stone of sure she went away. Patsy Sawyer of Arlington and Don Andrews and Staey Charles Foster of Monahans visited in supper on Saturday Malakoff with the G.V. Walkers, Mr. the course of the evening and Mrs. J.A. MeLain, Catherine Welch and Mrs. Don McConl, Mr. and Mrs. Noriene Morrison. John Bumgardner, Mr. and Providence Baptist Church Sunday Welborne and Mr. and School Class known as Couples Class Carter all participating in No. H enjoyed fellowshiv on Saturday It was a rather en- night in the way of a pizza party in Tool ana then went on to Corsicans to enjoy Steve Cartlidge and Mr.the best part of the evening bowling. had an enjoyable Jimmy Crouch who is atten~ out of town. school in Baylor at Waco, and Sherril~ gave a Warner of Dallas, who is also a student Bible Study on I Corin-at Baylor spent the weekend in 13, She addressed the Malakoff visiting with Jimmy's paren- she were a slave ts, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch. On church members. The Sunday afternoon they all visited with place in Fellowship Hall Mr. and Mrs. Wyle McCiintock and fact someone thought that family of Seven Points. uncements and News Antioch Baptist Church and Miss Angle Washington of Kerens and Mrs. Aman- the F.H.A. Texas da Thomas. Emcee for the evening was Area VIII in Waco lastMrs. Clara Francis. were accompanied by Sponsors of the group are Mrs. Helen teacher, Miss Har- Dawson, Mrs. Betty Johnson and Mrs. Friday afternoon and Mary Franklin. Rev. McDaniel of- afternoon, reporting ficiated in the absence of the pastor who was ill. Baptist Junior Usher The Junior Mission Department will a style and talent hold a fifth Sunday Program. Their Saturday evening. Local guests will be the Mt. Tabor Male Choir in the show in- of Dallas and the Wingham Family Tara Johnson, Somoua Singers, alsoof Dallas. Johnson, Nikitia The Junior and Senior Usher Depar- Amanda Thomas in truants will have their annual Day Showing dress and Program Sunday, March 22, at 3 p.m. were Misses Vassandra The guest speaker will be Ray. W. Johnson, Bridget P.Smith of Cedar Fork Baptist Church Alicia Washington, little of Trinidad. Mrs. Mary Bailey and March 28 the Junior Usher Depar- tment will host a singing program, the guests will be from LaRue. The of Bro. and Sister program will begin at 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Jackie Stanfleid and children, Jana, Melee|a, David, and Justin of Atlanta spent the weekend in Malakoff with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stanfleid and visiting with his grandmother, Mrs. Tim Peters at Cedar Lake Nursing Home. On Sunday night Rev. 8tanfleld filled the pulpit at the First Baptist Church on Mitcham for the Rev. James Cheatham. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Shutouts spent Sunday visiting with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shutouts of Cross Roads. They went purix~ely to tell their grandson goodbye. John Shutouts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shutouts signed up with the Army in Tyler on Monday morning. However, he was sent hack home to await further people signing up, before he has to be inducted into boot camp. The Sunshine Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. Mattle Brayer on Tuesday night at 7 p.m. Mrs. Nannle Drake is the teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Watson of Arlington spent Wednesday and Thur- sday with her mother, Mrs. Areha Mae Johnson. Mrs. Winnie Arnold of Arlington visited with her father, B.C. Wilbanks and his wife, last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Van Home and son, of Norfolk, Va., and Mrs. Reba Jewel| Van Home of Longvlew returned to their respective homes on Monday after visiting with Mrs. Lillie Lewis and other relatives and friends in this city. This weekend the children of Mrs. Jesse Robertsou would like everyone to Malakoff Cemetery donations Mr. and Mrs. Valmore Rogers, $25; Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Reedy, $20; Mrs. E.L. Kirkland, in memory of N.M. Bounds, $20; and Mary Lucas, in memory of Fowler Lucas, $15. Also Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Byars, in memory of Margaret Jo Bradshaw, $20; and Nellie Holt, in memory of Garland Holt, $20. NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION VOTERS OF TH[ CITY OF will be held m the 4th in the City of Malalmff, Henderson and in the manner as vat hw- I copy of am ORDINANCE CALLING AN FOR THE PURPOSE OF AND 1WO COUNCILMEN FOR THE CiTY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS, ka City Council of the City of MMaheff, 1981. Said attached i~ a pert d this notice for all intents Tins Spamke City Secretary City of Malshoff, Texas AN ORDINANCE CALLING AN ELECTION ON APRIL 4, OF ELECTING THREE COUN- CiTY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF hereby ordered to be held in the Igl, same hein| the the hoers of 7.00 A.M. City Hall in the City of MalabaR, I| the fo~lowin| officials , (Z) yamrs (2) mn LIs huaby appofatod Presiding Etac- 0Ideas is horo~ appulated Altor- ~k~-tm Indp is m~ many assistant judges m other of. to properly conduct said elec- Or svheequamt aratification Tools. lpdl 4, comply ith the Ram of the vatom rsuidin| in the City of dlEibta to vote at mid election. Said elacUam shell be punished a ammpepor in the such puMicetlams to (aS) days before dec. this the tth day of Fofmmry, The POLLING PLACE(S) desl|natod below ill he open from 7.'00 a.m. to 7.'00 p.m. am the ~ of the ekctiam. (Los d~ i ~ indkedbe abaJo m alwiron doode 7.'00 a~m. to 7.~O p.m. el dis de hi dncctam.) Pet No. Lacatkm (Num. de mcin~ (Color.salami O01M Elomamtary Cafeteria (u~ ~tot~la de la bcuaia) OOZM Tame Civic ~mm (duo) (is eluded el corredofl "NOTICE OF TRANSFER Notice is hereby livan that am January 1, 1981, the assets of [d|ac L HuH, whom edd.m is Fis~'s Rtharf Road, Mofshoff, Texas, wore transferred to Stalker, Inc., a Texas ceqD~ation wheam principal place of businaoo is at Fisherman's Wharf RNd, MalaIwff, Texas, and which will become bound to pay the debts of said Stalker, and that the mid cmpuratlam ill be sdvant upon bncomin| so bound. Outed:. March, 1981. Edpr k Hull, Tmnoforor STALKER, INC. Dr. Edpr L Hull, President" PUBLIC NOTICE The Trinidad Independent School District Board [inction wig he haiti on Saturday, April 4, 191, for the purpose of ~ thfN rs~mbem to the BOoN of Trnctoe~ The puib wHO be open fnon 7.'00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Ballofin| will take ptace at the Trinidad Elomentory Sclud, Ad. mini~ofJon Office, 203 Eaton Street Almmm voting will he held at the Trinidad Adminis~tiam Office bet. man the hours of 1,410 a.m. and A.~0 p.m. The mallin| nddnm ~ abemtam votih| is P.O. Bo= 34g, Trinidad, Texas 78163. ceptlmmJ framchm ordinance enacted am January 17, 1949, shall be stricken, camceNed and nullified and there shall be ambetflutod in lieu theflrs( a now p~ehJtaa madam u IdlM~ "SECTION . In aciditiam to the rates cherpd fm |as mpplled, Company may make and enforce reooe~ cberps, rules and repiatlams for |africa ~ in the conduct of its business includiq a cheqpl fm Rrdcu mde~ in the inamJurotine of nctoral IPiS sundce, and may requI~ 5ofm~ fumlshln| tmsice, the ooncutlam of u contract thoro~. Company shofl have the right to camtmct with oach ~ with rofmnce to the im~liatm of, and ~ for, oW and =ll of the |as plp~i from the cormactina themf with the Campuny'~ main in the streets or ~ to and thrum|hart the conamm~s premises, Company shall own, operate and maintain all m lines, which m defined as the mpp~ lines ootamdtn| frsm the om- puny's main to the cmtomaCs mat~ where IP is maaammd by Company. The consumer shall ran, operate, and maintain all yard lines and house pip|o|. Yard Itm are defined as the und~pmnd mpply lira oxtondis| from the point of connection with C, ma- pu~s cuotomor motor to the puts| of umamathm with consumer's house Idpin|." SECTION 2. Enactment of this renders,/ordinance shall in m way ov~ be cmofmed am as to diminish or impair any cononmor's ewm~lp interest in asfvice lines (or perttona thereof) imdoflod I~tm to the effective date of this emamdetory ordinance. SECTION 3. The toms and prastshms of this amen- de~ ordinance shall 114 deemed to be sevorabta, and if the uiid~ of any section, sentence, clam or phrm of this amamdofory ordinance should he declared to he in- valid, the sum shall not affect the validity of any othor motlm, sentence, damn or phm of this arnandetoo ordinance. ORDINANCE NO. ~ SECTION 4. Except as heretofore and hqm~naMm AN ORDINANCE AMENDING AND CHANGING A FRAN- chenpd and amended, the terms, pro~lons, condittams CltlsE ORDINANCE ENACTED BY THE CiTY OF and requirements of the aforesaid franchise ordinance MALAKOFF, HENDERSON COUNTY, TEXAS, ON JANUARY shall remain in full force and effect. 17, 1949 AND DEING PARTLY STYLED, "AN ORDINANCE SECTION 5. This amanda|Dry ordinance si~il become GRANTING TO LONE STAR GAS COMPANY, A CON- effactJva.as of March 10, 1981 if the C~apu~ flies its POIMTION, ITS SUCCESSORS AND ASSIGNS, A FRAN. written acceptance of the provisions of this odinance CHISE TO FONNISH AND SUPPLY GAS TO THE GENERAL within sixty (60) days after its final pmmp and apinval PUBLIC IN THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, HENDERSON, by this City and upon acceptance, the promloru hereof TEXAS;" AND PROVIDING FOR A MODIFICATION OF TH[ duff be Idndin| upon City and Compuny, theb suc- DEFiNiTiON OF THE TERMS "SERVICE LINES" AND unworn andUsilpu. "YARD LINES" RER[RENCED IN SECTION 4 THEREOF. PASSED AND APPROVED ON THIS THE $ DAY OF IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF* MARCH, 1981. MALAKOFF, TEXAS; ATTEST: SECTIDIII. A0 of the Oflacttva dead of this al1~ndatory Tins Spushe Haword JultH, Mayor ordinance, and uPOn acceptamCa by Lone Star Gas Com- City Sacmt~/ City of Malshoff, Tooas pu~ of the Imlddonc hereof, Sac|lure 4 of the aforamald OF TRUSTEE [LECTION DE REG[NTES) Sched District Bored of to be hofd am of alectin| two (2) trustees i junta de r~pmtu ~ diofrio ascofor an~o qua SU linm4a a calm usa dec. 1981 con al de dqJr al cmp U4 bY pursamof appamramce wJOJ J~# 16, 1981, and continue thrwgh 1981 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday or am offic~ POR AUSENCIA am m March, de 1981 y con||Dears beofa .DRI dude las 8 a.m. heota his 4:30 no sums sabade, demin|o, o PUSs shall be conducted at BuHdinl5 107 Jackvan, ~ ~ n~tam be~ mlk~l to Malabar I.S.0., P.O. BOx '5148. Notnode par ~ncta Im- ac~ de Mofahefl khed Ad. is. 107 |ackamn, Mntakoff. ~ de msmncb put CmN CO, amal Malsitoff I.$.0. P.O. BOrn ttaU 75148.) Texas Power & Light Company, in accordance with provisions of the Public Utility Regulatory Act of Texas, hereby gives notice of the Com- pany's intent to implement new schedules of electric service rates in areas served by the Company, effective April 10, 1981, or aa soon thereafter as permitted by law. The rate schedules will result in a 20.3 per cent increase in the gross revenues of Texas Power & Light Company. A complete copy of the new rate schedules is on file with the Public Utility Commission at Austin, Texas, and with each affected munici- pality, and is available for inspection in each of the Company's public business offices. / TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-p~ytn0, Invontor-ownod olootrl utility share with them in honoring their mother on her ninetieth birthday at her home on Saturday, March 21 from 2.'30 until 5 o'clock. Jerry Wayne Barnard is coming to First Baptist Church on March 25 at 7 p.m. This will be a musical concert. Rev. James Cheatham and Steve Car- JOHN FRED MCINTIRE Funeral services were held Wed- he|day, March 11, 1981 for John Fred McIntire, 70, in the Chapel East of Hillcrest Mausoleum. Entombment followed in the Hillcrest Mausoleum. Mr. Mclntire passed away March 9, 1981 in a Dallas hospital. He was born Sept. 9, 1910 in Frisco. Survivors include his wife, Helen Fisher McIntire of Malakoff; a daughter, Jean Anne McCleskey of Beaumont; a~ granddaughter, Lillian Eileen McMillan of Vidor; a great- granddaughter, Amy McMillian of Vidor; three sisters, Elizabeth Schaefer of Florida, Frances Stem of Frisco, and Katy Almond of Frisco; two brothers, Edgar McIntire of San An- tonio and Jewel McIntire of Elgin. The family has requested that all memorials be sent to the M. D. Ander- son Hospital and Tumor Institute of Houston. Classified Ads are inflation fighters Call 489-0531 O li ~.~h depositor insured to $ton,OO0 F|D|tAL O|POSIT iNSUtANC| corPorATiON Polly Walker 489-1484 | tUdge think that it is a program that you will not want to forget. Thomas Smith of Jasper was in Malakoff on business on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Davis of Mesquite was in Malakoff over the past weekend attending to business and visiting with relatives. Jody Quinn of Canton spent the past weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Qninn. Everyone is invited to join the children of Mrs. Jesse Robertson in honoring her on her 90th birthday, Mar- ch 21, from 2:30 to 5 p.m. at 502 South Terry in Malakoff. Hosting the occasion will be her children, Vollie and Syble, Roy and Lois, Duncan and Opel, Rollen and Virginia, L. O., Lillie, Carva, Gladys and Joe, and Joyee and Alan. The First Baptist Church on Highway 31 had their Usher Annual Drive Sun- day at 3 p.m. with the Rev. Williams, pastor of CME, bringing the message. Refreshments were served following the service. First Baptist also enjoyed the ser- vices of the Youth Choir last Sunday. They sing every second second. The Syria Hulins attended his nephew's funeral last Mpnday in Dallas at the Saint Paul Church. The Ray. C. D. Knight officiated. Manuel Redic, brother of Henry Redic, passed away and his funeral was held Saturday in Waxahachie. Burial was in Malakoff Steen Cemetery. Junior McAiister is here from Dayton, Ohio on business. Malakoff Sclnooi menu MARCH 23.27 Monday: Spring break Tuesday: Spring break Wednesday: Spring break Thursday: Spring break Friday: Spring break LITTL[ LITTLE TRANSFER & STORAGE salami for MAYFLOWER Estimates without obligation. 214-874-4221 Highway 31 Corsicana, Texas il i II Of Ma