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'age 6 By Sherry Kent Taylor, Jr. proudly announce the arrival of Our regular reporter was James Daniel Taylor on gone most of this week. March 15 at Henderson Husband Nubbin Fleming County Memorial Hospital was transferred from in Athens. The 9 lb. 8 oz. boy Navarro Hospital to Baylor is welcomed into the world Hospital in Dallas for by maternal grandparents, further tests. We hope that the J.C. Airhearts and Cleora and Nubbin will be paternal grandparents, the back in Trinidad with us Tommy Taylor Srs. again soon. The First Baptist Church Mag Ridgway left March of Trinidad enjoyed a week 16 for St. Paul's Hospital in of Revival on March 13-20. Dallas. She was scheduled to Preaching at 10:30 a.m. on be operated on last week for Monday through Friday and back problems, at 7 p.m. during the evening Mr. and Mrs. Tommy services Sunday through Saturday, was Jess D. Cooke of Ft. Wayne, Indiana. During the week, a noon luncheon was served follow- ing each morning service, and a church-wide luncheon was served: at the Com- munity Center following the March 20 service. Mr. ancLtMrs. Ray W. Kent, Travis and Rae Ann and Mrs. Don Arnold, Gary and David were at Six Flags Over Texas on March 19. Mrs. L.D. Harris, Mrs. Nelda Cartlidge, and Mrs. Marh Arnold visited Mrs. Maxine Cartlidge Ross who is a patient at Medical Center in Tyler. The congregation of the First Baptist Church welcomed Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wayne Stanfield, All Lines of Insurance oLife oHome oBonds oAuto oBusiness jy A Gin= MALAKOFF NEWS Trinidad News By Mrs. W.C. Fleming, ,Yr. Mrs. Tommy Cheatwood and director of the Nobelmen and Haven visited with Mrs. Robbie Floyd and Kyle and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Dunacusky. Visiting Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Taylor and Jason of Key Ranch Estates were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rawlings and Stacey of Corsicana. Mrs. Rawlings was a classmate of Mrs. Taylor's in Rockdale. Due to an accident that left him with a broken ankle, Paul Seward of Farmersville gospel singing group was unable to attend much of the Revival at the First Baptist Church. Paul was to have been the Song Director during the week. However, the members of the congre- gation are blessed with talent among themselves. Among those raising their voices for the Lord in special music presentations were: a quartet composed of Joe and Bernice Stubblefield, Robbie Floyd and Bob Stelusky; a trio consisting of Mary Arnold, Pat Colvin, and Sherry Kent; Jim Carter; and the Youth of the First Baptist Church Paul was able to come to Trinidad for the services beginning Thursday evening. Pat Colvin, Ann Grayson and Debbie Craddock were home last week from Texas A&M University visiting with their families and friends. Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Neill of Bartlesville, Okla., visited in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent, Travis and Rae Ann Marine Corporal Rickey L. Dukes, son of Mae B. Dukes of Route 1, been promoted rank while serving  Marine Marine Force, Lejeune, N.C. He Marine Corps in 1973. Butane-Propane GaS Service.Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO--EQUIPPED FOR .... SPEEDY DELIVERY Debbie, Timmy and Jerry Stanfield and Jeff Thorpe Reliance Gas into the fellowship of their ' church. The remodeling of the sanctuary of the First CAPITOL VISITORS: Austinare fromleR to right: Baptist Church is coming Shown visiting with State Armando Rentofia, David 226 N. T/St Phone: 4894}512 along nicely and should be Representative Fred Head at Burton, B.W. Tatum, and I ready for its dedication on the State Capitol Building in Bob Eisom, all of whom are ilu n i- .....  i .................... Easter Sunday. OUR INTERESTI$IN YOU Rev. Earl King and Rev. AMBULANCES Iav?PPO   Jess 'COOke attended 'a i! :itlo.:t t pastor s luncheon at K-Bob s O n March 16. to give it to 00avmgs -- LEGAL NOTICE know if the LENDER Mr. Eubank has Notice is hereby given is the best thing or Cbti .0 willthat a CitYbe held OfficerS'on the 2ndElectinday of anythingbUt it'Selse betterwe have,"than Malak0ff 502 E. It/all 4 9-19 7 named city for the purpose Eubank said that if the / of the following the court just completed the service comes up with only i I I I I electing officers for said city: Mayor and three Aldermen. Said election will be held at the following polling place in said city: In Election Precinct No. 1, at Trinidad City Hall Building. The polls at each of the above designated polling places shall on said election day be open from 7 o'clock a.m. to 7 o'clock p.m. The absentee voting for the above, designated election shall be held at Trinidad City Hall Building, in said city, and said place of absentee voting shall remain open for at least 8 hours on each day of absentee voting which is not a Saturday, Sunday or an official State holiday, beginning on the 20th day and continuing through the 4th day preceding the date of said election. Said place of voting shall remain open between the hours of 8-12 o'clock a.m. and 1-5 o'clock p.m. Dated this the 18 day of January, 1977. W.F. Miller Mayor LEGAL NOTICE Se da aviso par la presente que se llevara a cabo una Eleccion de Funcionarios de la Ciudad el dia 2nd de Abril de 1977, en la ciudad arriba mencionada para el propo- sito de elegir a los siguientes funcionarios para dicha ciudad: Alcalde, tres Concejales. Dicha election se llevara a cabo en los siguientes laguares de votacion en dicha ciudad: El Precinto Electoral Num. Uno en el Edificio Trinidad City Hall. Los sitios de votacion first of the year at a cost in excess of $20,000. Eubank Ambulance Ser- vice will start a membership drive immediately in an attempt to get ambulances located in the county, Eubank said. He said that an ambulance would be assigned to the county for each 1,700 membership enrollments, which cost $25 for families and $15 for individuals. Eubank already has approximately 1,900 ambulance service member- ships on the north end of Cedar Creek Lake, he sai, anti "probably 90 per cent " of those are in Henderson County. Those member: ships, obtained last year are expiring now. he indicated, and a general drive will be started to re-enroll those existing members and obtain additional memberships. In answer to a question, Eubank said that he does not plan to seek any kind o subsidy for the Henderso County service. Eubank ha recently received a subsid in Kaufman County from th commissioners court, th city of Kaufman and the cit of ,Kemp. i' this one thing needs t be understood," Judg - Winston Reagan smdi "There will be no subsidy.' "There's no doubt in m mind Eubank can do a bette job than we can," Precinct . commissioner Jim Blaneney. said. "We spent over $20 from Trinidad. They were in of Athens the Capitol City recently to  K Tinne/, Owner attend a hearing on public school education. DiJ 675-2269 in Athens :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page one enough memberships for one or two ambulances, they would still operate in the countys, but that there would certainly be delays at time reaching people. Commissioners agreed they would endorse the Eubank membership drive, but stopped short of recommending it as the only service in the county. At present, Paschal Funeral Home in Malakoff provides ambulance service to the surrounding area, and Don Pasc.hal and Jerry Hinkle have indicated they have no intention of discontinuing the service. Eubank said that the membership would provide "free" ambulance service as often as medically necessary in a 50 mile radius, but would also include runs to hospitals in Dallas, Tyler, Jacksonville and Corsicana even though they might be beyond the 50-mile limit Non-members will be charged a $50 base fee plus $1 per mile one-way from pickup point to destination, be said. In addition there will be charge for any special equipment used, such as oxygen, splints, etc. The service will use trained Emergency Medical Technicians. He said he anticipates a dispatch arrangement through the Henderson County Sheriff's Office. In other aciton Monday, the commissioners adopted a out there and I'd want  revenue sharing budget pretty good price for the thntatively approved last equipment we bought and year. It allocates $443,159.75 the rent of the building. L in funds this way: road and eleccion se mantendran 4qf l4 abiertos en el mencionado L,J ..," diM de elecciones de las 7 a.m. alas 7 p.m. about yOU La votacion ausente para la election arriba designada se ilevara a eabo en el Edificio Trinidad City Hall, en dicha eiudad, y dicho lugar de votacion ausente se mantendra abierto por Io menos ocho horas en cada dia de votacion ausente no siendo eabado, domingo a dia festivo oficial del Estado, principiando 20 dias y continuando hasta el cuarto dim anteriores a la fecha de dicha eleecion. Dicho lugar de votacion se mantendra abierto de las 8-12 a.m. a las bridge precinct 1, $84,822.45; road and bridge precinct 2, $98,919.59; road and bridge precinct 3, $62,231.91; road and bridge precinct 4, $63,185.80; aduit, $15,000; health and sanita- tion, $38,000; fire depart- ments, $20,000; libraries, $6,000; and maps and plats, $55,000. In the session held Monday afternoon, Precinct 1 commissioner Jim Blake- nay was named as presiding officer in the absence of Judge Reagan, who was unable to attend the after- noon session because of a medical appointment. / And we will follow your wishes exactly, when it comes time to arrange for funeral and buriql services For Call Out Orders 489-1895 Special This 2 KORNY DOGS We Can HaeaJle All Your Commercial Business. eLd eTrucks - Long & Short Haul ,Women's CompemetJon ,Buu CalL Kerem 396-2952 or 396.7116 ]DE SHFPARD TALOG SALE AGENCY ee.. Sue .Barnett For: HOME COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE INSUIANCE Representing: Employers Casualty Employers National, Motors Insurance Corp. Royall Insurance Agency Ph. 489,0520 510 W. Royatl Blvd. 24 Hour Wrecker Service /kdo Repair Service RAY'S DISCOUNT STORE IS SAFETY SHOE Tires and Tubes Open All Day Saturday Tanner Motor E. Mitcham P_ 489-1292 lO | HEA WE CARRY ALL SIZES AND WIDTHS SAFETY PLUS THE STORE YOUR FRIENDS & NEIGHBORS TOLD YOU ABOUTt 1'5 p.m. Fechado esta diM 18 de for your  ed ones, Enero de1977. " RAYS DISCOUNT STORE W.F. Miller Alcalde Custom Draperies Wall Coverings 489-0287 105 N. Terry Country Fair CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas * Phone 675-221 215 IL BUTON .... : : : : : .... : ................. .... : ........ I/'