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May 12, 1977

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May 12, 1977 Jimmy Crouch Sets Senior Piano Recital Mrs. Patsy Thompson will present Jimmy Crouch in his senior piano recital Thursday, May 12, at 7:30 p.m in the First Baptist Church of Malakoff Jimmy is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Crouch. He has studied piano ten years under the direction of Mrs. Patsy Thompson and has received many awards for his outstanding piano ability. In the National Guild of Piano Teachers annual auditions, he has received ten membership gold pins, the Padarewski Memorial Gold Medal in 1977, a music scholar- ship in 1977, and a high school music diploma in t977. He also received the Critic's Circle Award in 1974 and 1976 from the guild He was awarded a first division on a class one solo in 1976 in University Intei'scho- lastic League competition and qualified for the State'Solo and Ensemble Contest. He has performed at the East Texas State University Keyboard Contest in Commerce the last three years Jimmy Crouch where he has received superior ratings all three years. He also performed in the ETSU Concerto Contest this year. He was awarded third place earlier this fall at the McClennan Community College Sonata Contest in Waco. Jimmy is a member of the First Eaptist Church where he is pianist for the youth depart- ment and a small musical group called "Bond of Love." The public is cordially invited to attend the recital. Senate Honors Dr. Rosenbloom ............................................... he long remembered and his RESOLUTION WllEREAS, The residents of Malakoff and Trinidad were deeply saddened by the death of Dr. Joseph L. Rusenbloom. on April 5, 1977, at the age of 65; he had practiced medicine in these communities since ! 9,16: and WIIEREAS, Born Septem bet 6, 1911, Dr. Rosenbhmm was a native of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; he was grad- uated from the Chicago Medical School and did his internship at Brackenridge Hospital in Austin; and WllEREAS, From 1937 to 1939, this dedicated physician served as a government doctor for the Chaco Canyon Indian Reservation in New Mexico: he faithfully served his country as a lieutenant colonel in the United, states Atqny Mttieal Corps during World War ll: and WIIEREAS, Prior to his coming to Texas, Dr. Rosen- bloom did clinical and chemical research in Balti- more, Maryland: in 1946, he began practicing medicine in Malakoff and Trinidad and soon became ell known for his compassiou and dependa- bility in serving the two areas: and WIIEREAS, Dr. Rosenbloom organized and served as the first president of the First State Bank of Trinidad and as a director of the ilender- son County Savings and Loan: and VIIEREAS, This distin, guished citizen and outstand- ing physician was honored by the Malakoff Chamber of Commerce for his long and devoted medical servicelto the area; he received sinfilar honors from the Texas Legisla- ture in the Texas Medical Association; and WIIEREAS. ills many con- tributions to the communities of Malakoff and Trinidad will dedicated service to his fellow- man will be deeply missed; nov,, therefiwe, be it RESOI,VEI), That the Senate of the 65th Legislature of the State of Texas pay tribute to the life of serxice of Dr. Joseph L. Rosenbloom, and extend deepest sympathy on their great loss to the members of his family: to his son. Sam Rosenblonm of Athens: his daughter, Miss Jemfie Sue Rosenbioom of Athens; his brothers, l)r. Lester Rnsenbloom of Pitts- burgh. Penns>lvania, and %Villiam Rosenblomn of New York, Ne York: his sisters, Mrs. Ilihla Lazier and Miss lsabelle Rosenbloom. both of Pittsburgh, Penns3 Ivania ; and his half-sisters, l,oretta Parkins and Marian Parkins: and, be it farther RESOLVED, That official copies of this resolution be prepared for the members of his immediate family, and that hen the Texas Senate adjourns this day, it do so in memory of Dr. Rosenhloom. I r .......... fORD FARM EQUIPMEN: i  dl hue Ot talrn I l! it IvrS " /'. t)(} ',1') :, i ,:, I IIIIII 2, :,L', S SERVICE ! , ,\\; g,\\;l,l" (O I'H M'TOll ('ql ?di- I Ill| I i "N  qiLI] ('hlllOll . dlMBal_ _ .- llJ[ IlL .... i L Personalized Service 28 16 APW77 We arrange burials, cremations and shipments, Let our counselors help you in your time of need. We adhere strictly to ),our wishes. MALAKOFF NEWS UNBL:::*::::::::::*:::::::.:.::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page one r available $84,400 amount. A request by Dr. Watt Norman for a street light at the drive of his new veterinary clinic was denied after a committee appointed by Mayor Al Inmon reported to the council that a light is now in place on one corner of the property and across the street from'he business. In other business the coun- cil: *Designated authority to hire an inspector for sewage work to Bob Hayter after a local committee was unable to find a qualified applicant, the duration of the contract; *Met with landowner Jerry Garrison concerning reclaim- ing his property where the old sewage plant is now located and reached a verbal agreement; Instructed City Manager John Lott to pursue funding through the CETA program for a city employe who will be utilized part time in the water department and part time at City Cemetery; *Discussed tax evaluation and instructed Lott to negotiate with school officials on the purchase of a copy of limiting salary to $13,600 for,v their re-evaluation; *rejected submitting an ap- plication for further funding through the 701 Comprehen- sive Planning for this year I,'ollowmg an unscheduled emergency executive session the council accepted the resignation of Police Officer Bill Clark effective immediately and approved two weeks pay. Police Officer Sonny Myers, who is funded under the CETA program, was also introduced to the Council by Police Chief Richard Wilson. Back in 1800 when John Adams was president, the population of the U.S. hit five million. Now it's over 215 million. Read The News GRADUATION (;raduation Cards all prices. $1.0o to z.oo items: Stationery, sets, body povder, sox, panty hose. billfolds,': scarfs, sport caps. $2.00 to 5.00: Billfolds, terry slides, baby doll pajamas, shirts, tops, colognes, handbags, all)tints. ()er $5.00: Ilandbags, jeans, colognes, slacks, seaters, slack suits, negligees. Smith Drug & Lay Away S&H We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities Prices Effective Thursday, May 12 thru Tuesday, May 17 Your Low Overhead- Low Price Groceff d--R--Ram Lowest Grocery Prices and the Friendliest Service in Town Store Hours: 8 a,m. o Mon. thru Sat. Open All Day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m, 203 E. Ro, Malakoff 489-0514 We Gladly Accept Food Tide King Size 5lb. 4oz. S 99 limit 1 Town Talk 3/Sl 1% lb. loaf Dawn Liquid Detergent Giant Size Bush Baked 16 oz. Beans 3/s Reg., Diet or Pepsi Light 32 oz. s l i 6 pak 6 oz. Gladiola Cornbread White or 15 Yellow / Gladiola All Purpose Flour 5 lb. Paramount Whole Dill Polish or Kosher 32 oz. Pickles 69 Realemon Juice 24 07- 69' Parade 16 New Whole or Sliced Wish Bone Italian Dressing Purina Friskies De, Monte Sweet Pickle Chow Cat Food Relish Canned 22 oz. 12 oz. 8 oz. 6 oz. 59' 4/=1 2/89' Russet Pota 20 lb. hag $169 Bell Pepper 5/49 Austex Beef Stew 24 oz. Texas Yellow 7 ,00/Sl Vine Ripe Tomato 4900100. Grain Fed Heavy Beef Arm Roast Grain Fed Heavy Beef 7-Bone Roast Grain Fed Heavy Beef Club Steak Grain Fed Heavy Beef Rib Steaks Grain Fed Heavy Beef Short Ribs Grain Fed Heavy Beef Chuck Rast6500 Grain Fed Heavy Beef Chuck Steak 79lb Compare Our Every Day Low Prices On All Our Grocery Items. CARROI & IHR Funeral Home Texas Phone 6752211 Yoo'll Find Our Prices Are The  in Malakoff.