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Page 12-MALAKOFF NEWS-Apr. 8, 1976 opportunity to invite said, and a committee of parents and grandparents Rotarians will hide the eggs with grandchildren visiting on Saturday morning prior them for the holidays to to the hunt. bring the children for this A number of Malakoff annual event that has been businesses have .donated so popular in the past," prizes and eggs for the hunt, Thorpe said. and others are expected to The Malakoff City Park provide gifts for the annual will be roved off into three hunt. areas for the hunt, Thorpe A complete list of donors ..... in nu anl CATALOG SALE AGENCY open 0n- turd 9:00 till 5:30 417 South Palestine 675-5664 Satidacon Guarenteed and prize winners will be carried in the Malakoff News following the program a week from Saturday. Thorpe asked any merchant who has hot yet been contacted who wishes to contribute to the prizes for the hqt to call him as 489-1930. Thorpe asked those participating in the hunt congregate at the parks memorial marker for instructions prior to the start of the hunt. COUNCIL 62 votes. Drake held the post of Mayor in Malakoff from 1961-1965, and recently sold the Drake Oil Co., a firm he and his wife had operated in Malakoff for many years. Ellis has held administra- tive and executive positions for 50 years. He is a retired national sales manager and acting general manager for Unit Parts Co. {now Borg- Warner Co.}, and prior to Artist's View Of Townview Aprtmenb Of Malakoff 0 ........ that had spent 20 years with ject of the same type in i! Santa Fe Trallways and downtown Athens within the Continental Trailways as next 30 to 60 days, Tidmore foreman, general foreman said. and superintendent of main- Each of the units will tenance, contain 850 square feet of Tommy Clark, 26, is dis- heated area. Tidmore said. trict construction foreman ' We think the apartments for Gulf States-United, and are very conveniently lo- will be the youngest man on cated, within walking dis- the Malakoff City Council. tance of grocery store, Post The defeat of incumbent Office and the shopping Brown leaves the Malakoff district," Tidmore said. City Council with only one They should be of especial C.W. Tidmore family of Athens. "Construction should be- gin within 30 to 60 days and completion is expected with- in eight to 10 months, he said. Moderate rental rates are expected, but exact rental rates and regulations for the units will be announced at a later date, he said. The firm is expecting to start a similar 44-unit pro- filled Easter Baskets ................ Cards ............................... 15 to Pkg. Candy Eggs, Grass, D Novelties Infant Easter Dress Up Sets 2  Pastel Suit Blouses ............ s59s to' Extra Large .................. Slack Suits ..... v__'f"P['169s to Smith Drug & S & H Stamps lay Sidoin S 25 Steak ........................ ..1 b Minute Steak ....................... 89  Grmmd Meat Negro on the council, Ernest interest to retired people Folger's Rath Wilson. who don't drive." The city council will meet ::=: !):i:'_b " Coffee Bologna ............... 89 next Monday, April 12, to promulgate the returns,  :: I'C  Rath Hick0ff Smoked swear in the new councilmen / Sl41b ! .... 12 oz. 81139 and name a new mayor pro llqqL,Pll ................ ........ tem to replace Brown, who "Juvenile delinquency is the has been serving in that result of parents trying to train Decker Jumbo - capacity, children without starting out at TRUSTEES the bottom.'U .... r Del Monte Pitted FrankScalf ..................... l'  NewOId DiamondMountng  rwLiver Smoked 49s00 i 'S 25 ballots which were listed  .,, Prunes RathCan .......................... 891b' as inc0rit during the t Honey Glazed Superintendentcanvass of thejackreturnS.Murry ..,Aa- o  ham . r   .......... = lb. said that the ballots were _:i/nan   primarily those in which ,dzy o   three persons had been marked on the ballot, thus s, 7;a 7575 ,ft. making the vote void. ONg ev.4s He also asked what ws moz or UAZ procedure was necessary to . see the spoiled ballots, and -- __._-___- - Liquid  l would was told by Estes that it be "- ... Y . G[adio,a , necessary to go Tale Painting ]O before the district judge and request a recount. Trimble 'echel Flour made no objection as the //reIN'U\\; 1 returns were approved and $0fl /Giant the board moved to install T{II  1 I[ n]lnl]l the two new members. Cox, a retiree from the  69 5 lb. 7919 o, k./lulmm m U.S. Treasury Department, nves on a farm west of Tool Either ni Nights Butane-Propane Gas on Flag Lake Road. Mombp Fulgham, a dentist, fives in Service-Tanks Malakoff, and has been active in support of school C tl Form Ocean Spray activities, particularly Last of Apdl athletics. Cranberry Sauce "It has been a pleasure to [[ ...... tease or Sale have been with you for the .-.- past three years," Estes said The Sketch Box Del Monte RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCKS as he reliquished the reins of FI B the board to Woolverton. "I 1011  s= Catsun..It ....... ?,.0.. v know you gentlemen will fDIPIIV IIIILIIIV carry on m the highest oJ L:,=:,u. zl.,,,av,,aa tradition to provide a quality ClJo Del Monte   n a A A education here. ' nAnI|AmAA |"AA |"A Woolverton delayed Carrots Fruit Coe'tafi .... .  1 ' appointment of any com ..__Ul__lltltl tld I115, - - mittees until such time as he of Ath.... ._ deemed them necessary, he Dial 675-2269 on Athens PARTOF WHAT YOU EARN IS PRIDE I I I " Borden 1 I 1 ....................... v, , JapLucas Hardware ..o Buttermilk ,a,. aOe ,, I !" ' 2 / $ North Prilirieville Sfree' /V 1' i ATHENS, TEXAS [,,!1 "'2 ,.,,,o.,.o,,,,oo ..... r,, Lettuce .......... 25ead Serving the good people of Henderson County for over 30 years. ', [_L Marlin Perkins Green Onions .... 10 ?Phill, ii  i ..  i i  BICENTENNIAL MASON CANNING JARS JUST ARRIVED 0  e|"' Ctn. 8 2" O 0 QUARTS Ctn. 8 3 u @ "The most important thing we'll do today is fill your prescription!" lalakoff PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Phone 489-1909 I I New Potatoes .................. 15'b. PHILLIPS FOODS PHONE 4894)514 - 203 HWY. 31, LU PRICES THRU SAT