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April 15, 1976     The Malakoff News
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.f DRIBBLERS-- Hughes, Dwain Cain, and llams and [coach] Sammy Dribbler win- Harold Hollyfield. Back row, Tarver. The All-Stars will R Maiakoff All-Stars Don Hughes [coach], James attend state competition this front row, Don Jackson, Ken Haney, Rus- weekend at Huntsville. Todd Shelton, sell Turver, Myron Green, [Staff Photo by Loraine Danny Tracy Thomas, Scott Wil- Herline]. Reminds Water Project Trimmed A.M. Thompson the council and of Malakoff Man- that the city's cut by some because money be borrowed, will as planned the project the city cut ,Water lines except a line that runs to city-limit Highway 31. also said the city needs to address itself to the problem of determining who will be tying on to the , city's sewer lines. He also recommended that the city do these installations itself rather than pay the sewer contractor $72.50 each. It was felt the city could do this work as it came up at a much lower cost. Thompson said the Texas Water Quality Board told him if the entire water system as originally planned was built with a bond issue, the average city water bill would have to be $42.14. Thompson said the sewer tap matter would be placed on an upcoming agenda. Hayter told the council that much of the $8,060 allocated for sewer taps could be saved if the city put them in themselves. Havter also told the coun- cil tlat rain water is still getting into the city's sani- tary sewer system. He said that the leaks are being searched out. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page one this vear on line 'SUmmer, but the fittings for it are for about another aanager John Lott members a !0fthe water that was clouded up. said well experts thought there was drill stem in the said the city well capped off that has not because the city to use it because it have as much as desired. It was because it would 200 gallons per said. How- between 100 and 200 gallons, he said. , Thompson said he would have the well repair crew check this well at the same time they brought camera equipment to try to photo- graph the difficulty in the well that is not functioning. Luther Ellis suggested that the city save some money by going to a four- inch pipe from the new well southeast of town. Bob Havter, the city engineer, saii that a six-inch pipe would be better, since the city might later have to drill another well, should one of the other old city wells play out. Then the six-inch line would be needed he said. The original specifications called for an eight-inch line. Poster Contest For PTO Carnival : ! Announce The Malakoff PTO has announced plans for a poster contest and three give aways in conjunction with their annual carnival to be held May 1, from 3-5 p.m. There will be prizes given to the three best posters turned in by kindergarten, first, and second grade stu- dents, and to those in the third and fourth grade cate- gory, and to participating students in the fifth and sixth grades. Posters will need to fea- ture carnival information and will be judged on Friday, April 23, and dis- played in the local and surrounding areas. In other carnival news, a Bicentennial quilt that is to be given away at the carni- val will be on display at several business locations before hand. Tickets may be purchased from Mrs. Zilla Cook's fourth grade stu- dents or at the carnival. The other two items to be given away are adult-size and child-size bean bag chairs, which will be dis- played at the elementary school in the near future. Tickets for either of these chairs will sell for $.50 each. Donations for the country store booth, the ice cream parlor, and the cake walk will be needed EASTER EGG HUNT-- There will be four Easter Bunnies over five feet tall, visiting the Paradise Bay Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, iil Menu !!i April 19 - 23 Monday: Steakettes, But- tered Rice, English Peas, Baking Powder Yeast Bis- cuits, Applesauce, Milk. Tuesday: Pizza with Cheese, Garden Salad, Baked Beans, Plums, Milk. Wednesday: Hamburgers, Lettuce, Pickles, French Fries with Ketchup, Peanut Butter Balls, Milk. Thursday: Creole Spa- ghetti, Beans, Pickled Beets, Yeast Cornbread, Fruit Des- sert, Milk. Friday: Sloppy Joes, Ranch Style Beans, Creamed Potatoes, Pudding, Milk. i  , ';i ATHENS, TEXAS it I /'/ 675.3191 fl "! i; :)_ '' :,_j An Athens .ood peope of Hend,'rso. Cou.ty for over ,0 >,,,(,r.. tradit on ..... i ,i Servin the "  1 WEEK SPECIAL ONLY Admiral 15 cu. ft. Chest Type Freezer I Yr. Warranty Parts and Labor 5 Yearson Compressor 5 Year Food Protection Plan Lock on Door Interior Door Light *299.95 Spril 17th at 1 p.m. They will be visiting around the Para- dise Bay Picnic area and will help the small children hunt for eggs. All children, age I0 and under are invited to hunt Easter Eggs and visit with the Bunnies. There will be a charge of $.25 per child. Several cash prizes will be hidden in Easter Eggs, A photographer will be present to take pictures with or without a Bunny for a slight charge. The Easter Egg Hunt is sponsored by the newly organized Paradise Bay Women's Auxiliary. All proceeds will be used for the clubs projects. Bunnies pic- tured are [left to right] Jan Adams, Doneta Adams, Lela Ann Raybourn, and Deborah Lynn Raybourn. Apr. 15, 1976- MALAKOFF NEWS-Page 9 $403 For Cancer Drive Malakoff area merchants contributed 15403 to the Cancer Crusade this past week. Nannie Drake, chairman of the Malakoff fund-raising effort among businesses, reported the total Tuesday morning. Fins & Feathers Pet Shop NOW OPEN Hours: Tuesday- Saturday 9 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sunday: 12:30 to 5:00 Hwy 274 Next Door To Food Fm Center Seven Points Easter Rabbits, Hamsters Tropical Fish, Aquariums & Supplies Supplies For All Pets MITE.T.MART ([Formerly Stop 'N' Shop) Announces New Hours 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. For Your Added Shopping Convenience Bill Fitch, the New Owner, Invites You to Drop By Often Special: Added Attraction -- Browse at our Ice Cream Bar For A Quick Snack For You And The Children. Malakoff Malakoff MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY All Lines of Insurance oHome ,Auto eBusiness For All Your Automotive Needs Subscribe To The Malakoff News NAUC Columbus Shocks [Lifetime Guarantee] .nmL- AP Mufflers and Pipes ADDRESS Wix Filters Complete line of Duro Chrome Automotive TOWN Tools Carpet & Floor Covering Custom Made z Spr00ds ....... ZIP ....... LJfe oBonds Only 84= in Henderson County Jeny A Cenison DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY '5  out of County o out of State Free Estimates ll2 Terry St. T St Phone: 4894}512 611 E. Hwy 31 489-1533 Malakoff, Texas P.O, Box 509 Malakoff, Tex. 75148 Expert Installation Malakoff,489.1908Texas Be Ready For Easter For CBs To Crafts-Cedar Creek General Store ,. ,Get Your Spring Clothes findFromCBstcrafts'yu'llit at The General Store q:u:tn:: [:=7 ''' " .play.afro Dry Cleaned/it in Malakoff. ; 00Favlngs Owned and operated by toys. Pat and Bill Atteberry and In addition there are FABRIC CARE CENTER "o .d s.o Thorpe, The fishing supplies and a full Association General Store is a popular line of Zebco products for the place to shop for Citizens fisherman. AND SAVE Band radios, equipment and In the craft shop you'll antennas, as well as recrea- find everything from begin- Malakoff 502 E. RoyaJJ . tion and yard care supplies, ning to end in macrame, oil arts and crafts, and best painting, decoupage, candle lllJ quality toys. making and fabric painting. APPLIANCE CENTER "Come See All Our Discounted Bargains" Featuring an exclusive Craft lessons are available A line of Siitronic electronic from Pat Atteberry and 5 Drawer equipment, The General Peggy Wilson in decoupage, Inside Cedar Creek General Store [ CHEST -,,,  store also is dtstributor for and oil painting fom l to 4 There'sVarie Galore "00irlpool Antenna Towers, pushup Wednesdays. Mrs. Leslie "E Z" Credit Terms and crankup poles and a vast Franklin is teaching acrylic Times and dates will be The Atteberrys and If it  array of CB equipment and painting and macrame on announced. Thorpes invite you to come it 11 XI:100. PLENTY FREE PARKING supplies. Tuesday from 4 to 6. Twice- The General Store is open by and have a cup of coffee 319 N. Terry - FMP0 S. In the hardware depart- a-week classes will he sche- from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ad browse around. S & Se'Jce Malakoff - [214] 4894)090 FNImll[ ment, AMF bicycles, trac- duled for evenings soon. Monday through Saturday. 112 N, Terry Malakoff 489-1100 ON ALL GARDEN EQUIPMENT 00'il)/00"z'lding 00fupplles Malakoff Feed & Supply (2]B RADIOS SPORTING GOODS ; Offer CRAFT SHOP FISHING EQUIPMENT W. ilwy. 31 489-0891 Malakoff Does Not  Off Boat & Motor Repair Open f days a week 1 JONES , HI,AIR SPECIAL X FEEDS PURINA CHOWS Apply 8:OOto7:  DISCONTINUED PAINT EAST TEXAS FEEDS To Sundays 1:00 to 5:0 '/ 1//2 price NIPAK FERTILIZER (bag or bulk) t VACCINES, ANTIBIOTICS & SPRAYS Open till 4:(N) Saturdays . ore H. 31 Al!Types Building Materials [26 S. Terry : 489-0367 Each Coupon Good For 50 cents off on each New Prption 489-1909 MALAKOFF s'! PRESCRIPTION SHOPPE Marlin Perkins, Owner R.PH. ..!