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April 10, 1975

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j- Bass Tourney For May 17, 18 • . • . . L south end of Highway caught on artificial baits by ,e ovq Clear Creek in casting. Fishing may begin at City will serve as daylight, and all entries must and weigh-in be in the weigh-in line by 3 afor the tournament. A p.m. each day. Judges will be fry is scheduled by on hand all day both days at Club following the weigh-in station and on weigh-in, the lake. Asks County Discontinue Road [eaderson County- Court post- action on a request and attorney a road in Estates in Malakoff road shown on the 's plat has never George told the rge, repre- Jim Harris of Mala- p are being elop the area plat'with a new would be sub- to the commissioners date. COmmissioners will act request at their Monday, Commis- Leo Kinabrew said. commissioners court Presented with an emer- plan for the county by Defense director, Spells out the respon- by department or In a case of any type of Court has received a [or $83,841 from the government for sharing funds for the 1974 to June Judge Winston said. read a letter from Highway Depart- appreciation Henderson County appearing :hat body seeking help road needs, patti- Program cOntrolled Physical Fit- for adults will by the Henderson YMCA beginning April 14 to be at the Malakoff Gym. The pro- be offered twice a on Monday's and- from 7-8 p.m. for raen and women. Regis- for the class will be at the Malakoff at 7:00 p.m. or YMCA office at program will be eight classes and for YMCA mem- aad $15.00 for non- and YMCA- will be avail- !!÷ 175 cularly in the Cedar Creek Lake area. The department said it would approach the various projects as money is made available along the priorities set by the court. The court reaffirmed its willingness to construct a metal building shell for the Athens office of the Depart- ment of Welfare containing approximately 3,000 square feet. The department in turn would finish the interior. The court agreed to adver- tise for bids on 464 feet of cyclone fencing around the, county park. The commissioners received copies of the 1974 audit report on county operations, and agreed to publish certain parts of the report in the Malakoff News and Athens Review. In other action Monday, Commissioners Court voted to purchase a back-hoe from Holman-Bennett-Phillips of Tyler, Tx., for $16,755, trading in a drag line in the deal. Other bidders were O.L. Holcomb & Son of Jackson- ville with a bid of $16,129.12 and George B. Bane Co., of Tyler, with a bid of $18,300. No reason was given for taking the second highest bid. Kenneth Lile, chairman of the Henderson County Child Welfare Board, submitted the board's annual report which showed expenditures by the county of $11,195 in support of the board which had a total expenditure in 1974 of of $21,577.34. Other funds came primarily from the State Welfare Department and the Veterans Administration. Approximately 350 children were served by the board in 1974, a monthly average of 75 families and 250 children were involved• The commissioners discussed and tabled for a later meeting possible approval for Seaway Pipe- lines, Inc., to run a pipeline under and across three county roads in precinct 2 but did approve the firm crossing the Trinity River and postponed action on a proposed resol- ution favoring an increase in fees for county tax assessor- collectors for registering motor vehicles. ' COMETO PROFESSIONAL HEARI NG AID CENTER Rt.1 Box 84-3 Eustace, Texas 75124 Phone 425-4086 HEARING EVALUATION ring trouble hearing? We have a low-priced ring aid for mild to moderately severe hearing DON'T delay - come in or call co,lect for a appointment• today for a FREE hearing NO OBLIGATION!!!!!!!!! YOUR cHOICE $249.00 Includes: earmold 6 batteries 1 full year guarantee Use our Easy Payment Plan Hearing Aids at a Price you can afford Back by companies you can trust. April I0, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 3 = Str wb..,. " a emes Prices Effective - . : , 2/AOCFROZEN   Wed. 9 To Sun. 13  " - '- ... NT I:K KNIGHT FARMS GLADIOLA 5LB. Corn Meal Flour --- STONE ¢ 2 LB. ALL P Hwy 85 & 274 Seven Points, Texas GROUND URPOSE GRADE A LARGE GIBSON'S Eggs PRINGLES GIBSON LOW MHk ½ GAL. DONALD DUCK Orange 6 OZ. Juice CAN S/$1 It I f GIBSON Bread WHITE FOLGERS s179 REG. OR ELEC. PERK OLD SOUTH Cobblers 2 LB. SlOS ASSORTED FROZEN JACKS Cookies ASSORTED SUGAR GINGER VAN CREAMS KEITH CRINKLE CUT French Files FROZEN 4Y 2 LB. 12 OZ. DECKER White LIGUIO 1' Di.Gel LIQUID MINT LEMON ORANGE FLAVOR 12 S119 OZ. 1 Ivory EARTH BORN ADORN Hair TAME Creme 99 Spray Rinse AVACODA 99 GREEN APPLE S 109 APRICOT ESSENCE STRAWBERRY