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June 9, 1977

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June 9, 1977 COUNTY action is necessary to open a county road that has been fenced off by a private landowner, The road, according to Fitzgerald, has been used for or 40 years as a county road and maintained by commissioners. Since the property has been fenced seven or eight property owners at the end of the road have to circle around some two miles to reach  their BP&W property. Commissioners agreed that the matter is to be referred to County Attorney Bill Bandy to have papers drawn up to have the gate opened and the road available to the public. James Holland and Harold Rusk of Pritchard and Abbott appeared before the Commissioners with a report on their work with County Tax Assessor-Collector Keith Hearn in establishing :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: from page 2 Reagan was presented a certificate for his part in obtaining county fupds for the Seven Points Library branch. Reagan, in turn, presented a $2,000 check from the county to the B&PW for use by the library. Mildred Smith was honored with presentation of the "Neki" award for her out- standing service to B&PW M.D. Anderson fund, with $3,484 coming from the Cedar Creek Lake area. Cedar Creek Lake B&PW will receive an award as a result, and District 5 will be named the state's outstanding club, Ms. McDonald said. Following the charge to each new officer, the lighted candles in a brief ceremony to conclude thee evening's assessments on commercial and industrial property for the county tax roll. Commissioners will act as the equalization board for the county with preliminary figures on assessments to be proposed June 9. Holland reported that although some oil and' gas producing areas have declined in production, other new wlls added on the tax roll will offset depleted values. New assessments have been made on some utility companies within the county and a new schedule for assessing pipelines havebeen. Holland also said that enacted, rendetions for lignite land Total preliminary assess- have also increased over last ment should be about the year. same as last year, Holland In other business, said. some 51 million plus. Commissioners approved a $1,000 bond for Peace Clifford Poynor and a two historical conceret request by Theo Prices Effective Ib Thursday, June 9 thru Tuesday, June 14 Open Sundays m Lowest Grocery Prices and the Friendliest Service in Town Store Hours: 8 a.m. to Mon. thru Sat. Open All Day Sunday 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. 203 E. Royall Malakoff 489-0514 We ccept Heavy Beef Short Heavy beef Chuck Ribs Decker Quality Decker Quality Bacon Franks projects including the librai'y, activities. 12 oz. pkg. 12 oz. She was called "mother of our A group of prominent t 5  9/ ! library" by Mrs. Germ/in. citizens who have rendered Lee McDonald, State M.D. aid to the B&PW were Anderson Project Chairman, honored with certificates, lb. b. installed the new officers. Also a number of members Prior to the ceremony, she were similarly honored for Leintr;eg B= ,ira Ground pointed out that the fifth work with the library and district, of which Cedar Creek M.D. Anderson projects and lake B&PW is a part, had other work within the contributed $28,674 to the organization, h Chuck reaBf a Jeff Dubose Tw'ZA ,o%s o-."i Steak Named "v 220 S" Palestine' Box 889: 7', L Beef Ar st Outstanding ____o__.0 ".°"°''"+"+.+.0 : ',:" AUSTIN, Texas-- Five ,1 ustomurapenes  Texas high schools have won sweepstakes trophies in the b, . recent Texas Solo-Ensemble { lb. Contest held at The Tomatoes 39 University of Texas. In addition, 35 of the more ,, , than 10,000 contestants received citations as "out- standing performers" in the event which is the official University Interscholastic League state meet for music. The contest was conducted under auspices of the UT College of Fine Arts and Department of Music. Lied as an ,Di]tanding performer" was Jeff Dubose of Malakoff. BOOKKEEPING AND TAX SERVICE ELEANOR ROBERTSON PH.489.1335 119 N. Terry, Malakoff oeooooeoeeeeoeeeoo,. * CAMPBELL'S * • @ e EXPERT • • WATCHMAKING : 0 o JEWELRY REPAIR ** o Phone 675-3132 • @ • e Athens, Texas • @@•@O•@@@O@Q@@@@@••• We're proud to present SPECIAL In Carton Sale 800.0 BTU Food Freezer Chest =289" PHILLIPS APPLIANCE Malakoff Golden Bananas 4 lb. for $1 Sunkist Oranges 4 lb. for $1 Kingsize Liquid Banquet 8 oz. (Your Choice) Joy 32oz. Pot Pies,/$1 99 • € limit 1 10 oz. Banquet (All Varieties) Dinners Luncheon Meat 49' Treet ea. 12 oz. Totino's (Your Choice) 99 ’ ,,oz. 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