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April 10, 1975

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: April 10, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 7 FAIR PRIZES-A- pipes to an electric ice cream of Parent Teacher freezer. Looking over the mothers was array of novelty items and the week sorting prizes larger prizes are Eioise the big PTO Carnival Stevens, Kay Mattingly, and up April 12. The Merilan Holt. range from corn cob BSON'S Prices Effective Thru PRESCRIPTI..._ ON PHARMACIES. Hwy 85 & 274 Seven Points, Texas Wed. 9 To Sun. 13 Tops GIRL'S Mattress Knit Pads REG. s3s7 s299 $ J[ 88 QUILTED T -- O 2688 Q s499 F-- MEN'S & BOY'S Swim Suits MEN'S s197 NO. 11028 Boys s167 NO. 6080 . S127 NO. 6280 TRAINING Pants / t 88 c # / I Coql ' PT ampers   DAY IME 1. Cushions .  0, s,sl7 NO. 139 SINGLE " on the Cross ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: REG. s2'7 s:r'edby ii Obit ry ili /'ai REG, 2" t,'r aid he ua uean s ; Ln rrand ., .= ,,.,e. ...._Te 8am ' l- h on, was Mrs. Swinney , | remen rip o the Funeral services were held afternoon at 10 am. in the chapel of Foster and Brown Funeral i ltome for Mrs. Minnie 1 Elizabeth Alvarado Swinney, % who ded Fra fo,ow,, .! rilE LITTLE RED. FIXER , ne tax an illness of se, eral weeks. -- Electric il tO a Mrs. Swinnev had been a Wax Glue Gun wenue resident of route 1, Malakoff : mnced for the past seven years. She t ll-free formerly resided in the- urs to Dallas..ort orth area. Kh K , ected Rev. Daxid tlutchins Neff e lers. conducted services. Ase,'ond 12 OZ. REG. SllS9 " S897 t :h the service was held at 4 p.m. by dialing Monday in the Arlington GORPLICH mobile home, located ignited, setting off the blaze and one half miles south again. road was destroyed by :i'i Thursday. Carter said he ii ! home t(i run an errand morning, and when returned the home was in flames. Firemen a second trip to the Thursday Tax Advice .YI,Ell--With income tax seasoll coming to a the Internal Revenue Sloe IIRSI has announced will extend its toll-free tax help hours to the expected of last-minute filers. 'ers can reach the toll-free from anywhere chapel of Hugh M. Moore and Texas. This year's Sons Funeral ttome. return must be post- Interment was in the Forest no later than mid- llills Cemetery in Fort April 15. 1975. Worth. customers want to know: do rising fuel affect my ectri bill?" Power & Light generating plants require %rmous quantities of natural gas, lignite al and, when deliveries of gas are curtailed, oil, to produce electricity. 1974 fuel costs were more than )sts in 1972, and will be more an $160,000,000 in 1975, 70% greater than 7974. !nlike most businesses, we cannot raise the price of electricity as the costs of :lucing it go up. Our rates are established altered only by resol0tion or ordinance of ty Councils. For this reason, TP&L, and tually every electric company in the nation, fuel adjustment provision in its rates. hen TP&L's cos: of boiler fuel exceeds 20 ts )er million BTU's (the equivalent of feet of natural gas), the justment provision permits us to pass on to 'Ur customers the additional cost. We make )rofit on the fuel. 9inning this month, a notation on your will show what the per-kilowatt- charge is for the month. Multiply this nount by the total number of kilowatt-hours our bill and you have the fuel adjustment .arge. Every customer pays the same fuel rate for each kilowatt-hour used. TP&L doing to rising fuel prices?" the rising prices of natural gas and oil, TP&L is constructing large generating which will use relatively low cost lignite al. Two such units have been in operation rice 1972. Eleven additional units are :heduled to be placed in service in the 1975 to 1982. e want our customers to know why the fuel aJUstment charge is necessary and how it tfects the price of electric service. ) I I'X& , Pt)WER & IJ(;tt 1 C()MIANY A tax-paying investor-owned electric utility Shock Absorber STANDARD REG. s39' 8"197-- O.E.M. EACH s109 REG. s147 BURGESS F4M 6 VOLT Battery SPRING TOP RED DEVIL Wall Scraper NO. 4210 88 REG. s137 EZ PAINT Paint Roger REFILL9,, 5 (c H & H SINGLE Spinner Lures REG. 39  0077, 29 BURGESS FLASHLIGHT Batteries C&D 2/23 DUPONT DIAWA 2100 A Spin EASY CARE Cast Reel REG'S847 't WALL S 99" REG" s747 s2 99 6 GAL.F S5 G99AL" W ,"A