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April 8, 1976

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April 8, 1976-MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 3 Election Its Listed auraber of Malakoff council and school elections were held in addition to city council and Burch Patients and examining furniture for Dr. S. Burch Jr.'s new Malakoff were by the Malakoff of Commerce but it will be next April 12, before Dr. begins a regular of seeing patients. was busy this office pro- and making arrangements Arts Clinic in for bookkeeping laboratory- laboratory service, and- of his nurse- last-minute touches put on the offices at 216 N. Gwin Fulgham, his new dental temporarily the Industrial- prepares a new for Burch. ndustrial Foundat- collecting in pledges last January, and solicit additional shortly,- to C.O. Dodson, of the Foundation. trustee election. Here is a roundup of some of those elections. CANEY CITY COUNCIL George Capuano and Charlie Hubbard, incumbent councilmen, were elected, along with Evelyn Haught to Caney City Council posts. Capuano had 45 votes; Hubbard, 49, and Evelyn Haught 44. Other votes included 21 for Mrs. Sonny Bradford, and incumbent, and 36 for David Tanner. TRINIDAD SCHOOLS Ernest Jenkins and Wayne Tidmore were winners in a battle for seats being vacated by Floyd Leven and Ronnie Hiler on the Trinidad School District board of trustees. The only other candidate, Don Bevel, got 49 gotes. STAR HARBOR Incumbent councilmen and the mayor, unopposed were elected in Star Harbol Saturday. Mayor Roy Shipp was returned to the job with 76 votes. Incumbents Frank Jenull and Elmer Robinsor garnered 73 and 74 respectively. TRINIDAD CITY COUNCIL The only candidates for three openings on Trinidad's City Council were eltod Saturday, with Billy C Freeman, the only incum bent running taking 134 votes. Buck Knight with 12 and Donald Cope with 12 votes were elected tc vacancies left by Bobby Bradley and Jerry Crocker, who did not file. Obituary :: aWden Three incumbents, un- opposed on the ballet, were A. Snowden, 66, of re-elected to the board at Colo. died Tuesday Cross Roads. They were nursing home Henry Junter with 97 votes; a long illness. Maury Crist with 94 and services were held Don Hughes with 99. at 1:30 p.m. in the TOOL Baptist Church the Rev. Carl J. Tool's three incumbent add the Rev. Irvan city councilmen were un- officiating. Burial opposed in that race, with the Tool Cemetery Bruce Smith getting 149 the direction of votes; Proctor Boyd 139, Funeral Home of and Gene Sullivan 138. aOWden was a former of the Tool area. He retired night watch- include three Joe Snowden, Wash., Jack Snow- Elm, Wash., and Edmonds, daughters, Mrs. of Abilene Lola Faiferlick of Wash.; one sister, Davis, Denver, abe brother, C.C. of Mabank; grease and grime hands, mix a few sugar with soap a MAJOR APPLIANCE REPAIR Approved Frigidaire ser- vice technician and parts sales. In warrenty or out. Also repair other makes. BAMCO 887 7912 B.A. McKay 3anne's Steno EFFICIENT FULLTIME GENERAL BUSINESS SERVICES Small Business Specialist CC,LETE. INCO TAX SERVICE TAX CONStTNVI" naultation Without Obligation COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING SERVICES Taxes - Statements Quarterly Reports SECRETARIAL SERVICES Tailored To Meet All : Professional & Business Needs Notary Service tatlon - Typing - Duplicating You Need A Confidential Secretary Call 887-2021 Janle Rodgers 503 W. Market Mabank 0 GARDEN HOSE s197 Reg. 8289 I[R 6-10-4 Fertilizer T FOOD :OUNT PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES Ph. 432-2841 Pikes Effective Apdl 8- 11 Hwy. 85 & 274, Seven Points One Stop Shopping - TOES RAIN.WAVE Oscillating LAWN Reg. 8647 SPRINKLER SHRUBS Liriope Grass Dwarf Chinese Horned Holly Wax Leaf Legustrum Evonamas Pine Trees Dwarf Japanese Boxwood Plant "S 49 8347 8 TRACK TAPES $5 47 Reg. SOUNDESIGN 85,: AM/FM ocx R Soundes0gn s2147 Reg. 82597 Sl CON AIR P,oxooo 1000 Watt HAIR DRYER E.Z DOES IT PLASTIC ASSORTMENT 8 plastic 10, 10 inch divided plastic plates cups , 10, 10 inch regular Knives, Fo, Spoons 24 per package   Reg. 7T Reg. SUNBEAM 10 Cup Automatic Drip COFFEE MAKER Coffeemaster Less Than One Minute Per Cup s 2 47 Reg. s34 SUNBEAM COFFEE \\;\ Fits Most Coffeemakem Contains 100 TAP-A. GLASS VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE BABY POWDER 14 oz. 79 Reg. Sl'S ST. JOSEPHS 36's DEL MONTE Eady Garden SPINACH 27 oz. can Reg. 41  GRIFFINS Crptal Clear 32 oz. SYRUP btl. Reg. 24 HOUR DEODORANT 11 oz. VASELINE INTENSIVE CARE BABY LOTION 16 oz. FINAL NET HAIR SPRAY 4 oz. Non-Aerosol Reg. PONDS Dreamflower DUSTING POWDER 1 79 Reg. s2 Reg. 99  s :tJ[eat arket CLUB SIRLOIN STEAK STEAK VASEUNE INTENSIVE CARE BABY SHAMPOO S|39,b S139 lb. $119 cucK Reg. Sl'9 I 16 oz. ROAST Phone: 432-2851 SEVEN STEAK 9 lb. FRESH GROUND BEEF SOFT DREW 6 Pack SUNCREST ORANGE, 75 BIG RED, NJ GRAPE CRISCO SHORTENING PIZZA 9 or 10 oz. 9 lb. 91b. EZER SPECIALS 5 lb. Round Steak 5 lb. T.Bone Steak 5 lb. Sirloin Steak 5 lb. Club Steak 7 lb. Roast 8 lb. Ground Meat 69Rog. 35 [bs. for s3300 i