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-Th Malakoff News, Thursday, May 15, 1980 Malakoff city councilmen approved purchase of a new police vehicle following bid opening Monday night. The new car will replace one that was wrecked recently in an accident on Hwy. 90 north. Fred Sonntng Ford, Inc. was the only bidder, and his bid of $7,017.74 for a 1980 LTD S Ford was accepted. The vehicle will be complete with a police package. City manager John Lott told the council that the reason other bids were Jewelry, good Christian music, Bibles, personalized pal.ques, Class of '80 plaques. Books: My Graduation Year, Graduates Guide For Success, Devotions For Teens, Wise Words For The Grads, and many more. 204 N. Beaton 874-5561 I I I illllI IIIII I I II I I This Feature Is Published With The Thought That More People Will Attend Church, It Is~ponsored By Firms 100% Interested In Our Community. HARRIS REALTY & INSURANCE 207 South Toffy 489-1858 Jim & Sue Harris i,,, i AUBREY HODGE CONSTRUCTION CO. "Spec4alty Concrete" 402 Noflh L=ne 489.1514 Mr and Mr~ Aub,ey HoO~e MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 ~th Terff 489-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP E~ R~nll Blvd. 489-0455 Les Williams an Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY lOS East Mitcham 489.1N2 The Tanner Family THE CARPET & APPLIANCE DEPOT 212 I'~my Mr. and Mrs. Nea~ HamDy MI and Mrs Joe Honey new ve not received was because it is so late in the automobile year that some com- panies,could not provide a vehicle with a police package. Moot production on 1980 models has been stopped, in preparation for the 1981 models. Councilmen also approved an or- dinance prohibiting the placing of ban- ners, signs, placards, and adver- tisements on city streets or right-of- ways. Signs posted on trees or posts will coot the offender a fine of up to $200. The new ordinance is effective ira- proved payment of April bills amoun- ting to 812,259.54, and passed two resolutions concerning the purchase of two dilapidated structures within the city. The Council held a lengthy executive session on pending litigation, with no action taken. Mayor Howard Julian announced that Judy Newman, assistant city Judge, was appointed Monday as the new Justice of the peace for the district. Mrs. Newman will replace Joe Faulk, mediately, who has resigned the position. Mabel,Payne White, former resident Julian also recommended that of Malakoff, has deeded three lots to the Malakoff residents join in the new am- city for use as city parks, the council bulance drive, since the city is now was told. The lots, located in the without ambulance service. The cost Phillips Addn., were designated to be for becoming a member of the used for parks only by the city. CareFlite service is $15 per family per One lot, No. 4, was to be a children's year. playground park and named the Mabel Payne WkRe Park. Two additional lots, located across the street from the first, were to be developed into a park and named the Haynes and Annie Payne Park. Councilmen discussed the offer, and decided to notify heirs of the property that they would be unable to accept the generous offer of Ms. White. The property under question is located in an undeveloped area of town at the end of a dead-end street, coun- cilmen were told. The one lot designated as a children's playground is 70' across the front, and the other two lots combined are 140'. A street Cross Roads.__ 8CHOOL MENU, MAY 19-23 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, and milk. Tuesday: Oatmeal, toast, Juice, and milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, and milk. Thursday: Sweet rolls, juice, and milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, and milk. LUNCH Monday: Turkey and gravy, corn, separates the two proposed parks,green beans, hot rolls, milk, and syrup. Council.men said that with the upkeep Tuesday: Macaroni and cheese, pinto of two city parks now developed, with beans, mixed greens, corn bread, milk, the Dad's Club park and the Lions Club and cookies. park, that the need for additional parks Wednesday: Chili and beans, french couJd not be Justified. Each councilman fries, cheese and crackers, milk, and said they agreed that it was a generous cake. offer for Ms. White to make, butfeltthe Thursday: Spaghetti with meat, city would be financially unable to black eyedpeas, tomatoes, corn bread, maintain another park area. milk, and cookies. According to the will, the property Friday: Sloppy jooo, french fries, will revertback to heirs of Ms. White. pickles, cheese, milk, raisins, and In other business the council av-peanuts. TRINIDAD ELEMENTARY STUDENTS, pictured above, participated in U.I.L. events at Cross students tied for first place with Cross Roads, and a flip of the coin placed them second. (Staff photo by Ann 10 O Trinidad Elementary U.I.L. students tied for first place with Cross Roads at the District U.I.L. meeting Saturday, Card of thanks MALAKOFF .... CHURCH O~,CHR~t~IT Sunday ~ll~Ab. ,b~t. !!~In|~;0: 00 a.m' Sunday Morning Worship ..... 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evaning Worship..; ,. 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Service ...... .... S:S0p,m. Tuesday, Ladies Bible Class. 10:00 a.m. FIRST BAPT|ST CHURCH OF S A Jn rues Chestha m. P~tnr Sunday School ............... 9:45a.m, Sunday Morning Worship .... It :00am. Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m, Wednesday Worship .......... 7 :o0 p.m, Girls Auxiliary, Monday ...... 3:30 p.m. The Malakoff Lions Club would like to thank everyone for their support at the concession stand at the FFA Rodeo Friday and Saturday nights. Proceeds from the stand go to the Lions Activity Fund, to continue ser- vicing community needs. grace ye are saved throug Thesubstance of things The evidence of things CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Danny Shaver, Minister Sunday School ............... 9:45 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a.m, Sunday Training Service ..... 6:00 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p.m. Wednesday .................. 7:30p,m. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........ 6: 30 p. m. TRINIDAD CHURCH OF CHRIST Oscar Brsntley, Minister sunday School ............... 9: 30 a.m. Sunday Monrlng Worship .... 10:30 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ..... 6:00 p.m. Sunday Song Service ......... 5: 30 p, m. Wednesday Mid.week ........ 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible Class ..................... 10:00a,m. MALAKOFF FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Randy Warren. Pastor Sunday School .............. I0:00 am. Morning Worship ........... 11:00 a.m Evening Worship ............. 6:30 p.m. Wednesday Cha ncel Choir .... 7: 30 p. m. , United Methodist Women meet CROSS ROADS UNITED METHODIST CHURCH Randy Warren, Ps|tor Sunday Morning Worship ..... 9:30 a,m, Sunday School .............. 10:30a.m. Bible Study .................. 6:30p.m; Gospel Singing Every 2nd Friday of month. 7: 30 p.m. ~.. ~ 2nd and 4th Mondays ....... 2:30 p.m. ' ~j~ - F~F meets zst Monday. ,. 6:3op,m., CWIG meets I~ Snd 3rd T~esdays ................. II :OOam. FIRST UNITED METIIODIST CHURCH OF TRINIDAD Melvin Rowland, Minister Sunday School ............... 9:45 a.m Sunday Morning Worship .... 10: ,~ a m Sunday Evening Worship ..... ~: cs~ p m UMYF .................. t~:45p m Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday 6:30 p m Ladies Bible Study, Tuesday 'J: 30 ~z m WMU, Tuesday .............. 9:00am. ,. Choir Practice: Sunday, Bond of Love ...... 4:15 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Celebration Sunday ........ 6:00 p.m. OF TRINIDAD T Yue~ylYoung Mus{e~ns. 3:30 pJn, Joe Stubblefleld. Minister ,. Wednesday, Adult Choir .... 7: 30 p.m. Thursday, Music Makers. 2:30p,m. Sunday School ............... 9:45 a.m ' Sunday Morning Worship .... 11:00 a.m PARKVIEW MISSIONARY Sunday Evening Worship ..... 7:00 p,m. BAPTIST CIIURCH Wednesday .................. 7:00 p,m. Danny Pitt,, Pastor Sunday School ............... 9:45 a.m, MAI,AKOFF Sunday Morning Worship 10:55 a.m ASSEMBLY OF GOD Training Service ............. 6:00 p.m. Ken Jones. Pastor Sunday Evening Worship. 6:45 p.m. Sunda~ School ............... 9:45a.m Wednesday night Sunday Morning Worship .... 10:45 a. m WMA ................ "6:45 p.m. Sunday Evening Worship.. 7:00 p,m Prayer Meeting.. . 7:30 p.m.Wednesday Mid-week Service 7:00 p.m PONTIUS PILATE, TNE MAN WHO COULD HAVE SAVED JESUS" LIFE [ not seen. IF YOL'R CUL!RCH IS NOT INCLt'DEI) PLEASE CALl, 489-0531. K&K KOATING, INC. Highway 31 East 489.1920 Mr and Mrs Jeff Hopkins MALAKOFF Prescription Shoppe 102 East M~tcham 489-1909 I DAIRY QUEEN o; MP.LAKOFF 31 West 489-1895 Faye Parkms CITY BUILDING SUPPLIES, INC. West Royall Blvd. 489-0891 .,umwny .. -~:'~'~" ~'~" BIGGS SHEET METAL SHOP Hiway 31 E. 489.0741 Mr and Mrs Virgil Biggs & Son MALAKOFF FLORAL CENTER 125 N, Terr~ 489-0525 V~wan lock manae, fred lhomas owner I 0 May 3. Brigance won fifth. Among the list of Trinidad winners represented their were: Brent Haler, first place in hum- dy Stubblefield, ber sense and second place in spelling; Susie Lave,y, JameS Don Elsom, third place in number sen- Bryan Haler. se and spelling; the picture memory Junior High student team of Mitzi Bradley, Tanya Estes, ted Trinidad included Ryan Renteria, and Elesha Bankston Tamra Estes, won second place; Doug Tapley won Karon Green, and fourth in number sense. In oral reading Amy Rounsavall won Cathy Mize won fourth place and Keith ready writing. Trinidad police report Tuesday, 5-6-80: At approximately I0suspect did so a.m. two Trinidad residents were Tuesday, 5-6-80: At arrested on warrants from Athens. The p.m. a call came in male was charged with assault and someone had fired a threatening to do bodily injury. The St. across from the female was charged with assault, vestigation by They were taken before Judge formation from Richards in Athens. After a hearing found that the they beth paid their fines and were follows: An released, woman pulled up in Tuesday, 5-6-80: At I p.m. one male Eaton St. and a male was questioned for theft of a ,38 special car and started cursing revolver. The suspect was seen inside the occupants. At the vehicle where the gun was last seen. discharged the Charges are pending, his threats until the Tuesday, 5-6-80: At 4 p.m. one male told him to get was arrested for theft over $20. The time of the shooting, theft took place April 8, 1980 and police cupied by several immediately traced the stolen property children. and it was recovered. When the suspect The police was identified and picked up on a came up with a warrant the owners of the stolen suspect and the car, property decided to drop the charges if mation the police the suspect would pay restitution. The involved and a k~k~,~k~~,~,~k~ issued. He has fled believed Police are searching time. 5-4-80 thru 5-10-80: disputes and swered during The Carr Oil Co. n 103 Royall Blvd. in Malakoff Now open 24 Hours For your convenience. And our Trinidad Station, Hwy, 31, has reopened. 7 days a week, 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. Stop by and get a 6 Pack Can Coke for $1.79 School Monday: Corny French fries Tuesday: Beef c~ beans, Wednesday: Mixed vegetables, Hot rolls/butter, Cake, Thursday: Veg, dwiches, Fruit, Frida y: French fries, Pinto Milk. CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME Writ goyall Blvd. 489-1702 Management & Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleas, he Yo~ P~eases Us 611 Highway |i [alt U9o1535 Mr and MtSr Bud Duleney FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. RoYatl BI~I. 489-0~6 Mr. and Mra. Fred Sonntag ATTENDTHE CHURCH OF YOUR CHOICE! I McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 Fast I1~/~il Blvd. 4~9.0527 Gene Berry, mana~r ji 'O''~O"~V'O=' I i & BUICK ':J I w.,o.,, B,,, 1 I "fl A YOL~IG k~, PONTIUS PILATE, OF HiGH EQLIEST~fN',I I~JRTH, SERVED HI G TIk~, AS ALL'~ N~E~ IN TI4E ~ CAVALIPV UN'Tf L. HE WAI$ IN LINE PO~ A LUC~ATIVI~ POSITION. ON I;~ECEIV1NG 14iS ~V~F~ HE CC~JLD ~e~;~..~, HAVe K=E:ALIZED P~ ~ E~ISA~E:D A ~ OF MIG,~IAOeD AFFAtI:~, ARfC/~LL'rO K~/~ IN GR'~T Ot~Ol~tN~O E~LIE "tO ~LIL 9A4EI;~:~ ktE WEX,V..D F~NALLY ~MtT -~t,llCl~ ! ~, I ~/M~FtlP~TYOU MU'ST MAKE IT ! CITIZENS STATE BANK North Tam/ 489.0530 JIM DAY ELECTRIC Malakoff 489.0910 J&J ENTERPRISES R.H. Lsa Park Your host Jude & Judy Giasst;0ck The Lord is my helper; I will not be afraid, C.J. Heens-Boelhouwer (Schalkwyk, The Netherlands) FOOD FARE MALAKOFF, INC. Hiwa131 E, 489,053~ 0De, Sunday thru Thur~ay 8 to ] Friday and Satulday 8 to 8 PERRY BROS. E, Hiway 31 489-0482 MALAKOFF FASHION SHOP 110 Eaat Mitchum 489-0511 Leona Lew,s Providing dependable electric service at the lowest possible cost is Texas Power & Light Company's number one job. We build, operate and maintain generating plants, power lines and the other facilities essary to produce and supply we install the meters which record the used by each customer. At that point, you are an important the size of your electric bill. The electric ances and equipment you have and the use you make of them determine, to a large de" gree, your cost for your electric service. If you'd like suggestions on how to get the .,t most for your electric dollar, call us. We wa." to help. TEXAS POWER LIGH'F A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utilitY