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Page 6 - MALAKOFF NEWS - July 3, 1975 ill ! Trinidad News iii Tax Hearing Set For Next W Lightning, wind, and rain the funeral of a relative there. The Malakoff Independent $1.25 to come up with an 489-1536, and set up an with the Board o| were responsible for weekend Mrs. Glenn Lindsey and School District and Texas approximate tax figure for appointment. The district tion. happenings in Trinidad as a Laurie visited with his grand- Appraisals Service conducted next year. hopes that by setting up Members of the number of thunderstorms parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell informal conferences this Although the majority of appointments it can avoid Equalizaton with accompanying wind and Nolan. week with individual district property owners in the' dis- long waits for any individual Drake, Joe Faulk rain fell on the town. Mrs. Coy Martin and Mrs. property owners over the new trict were hit with higher taxpayer who wishes to meet Smith. Electrical power to homes J.W. Bradley were in Tyler valuations proposed following taxes, many whose homes had was interrupted Thursday Friday for a check-up with the a tax study, gone on the tax rolls in recent i[llh_ _*AR'L reoy-- J, ty I to afternoon for a short period of doctor for Mrs. Bradley and The district's actual pro- years were greeted with lower v1m--v--11bV-lmm time as lightning danced while there visited with Mrs. perry valuation was estimated taxes. Many of the more around in the sky and hit inn Joy Thomas and daughter, at $95 million by Texas recent property transfers were Amm,hAmdZm---Jh,-- few places. Winds tore limbs Kim. Mrs. Thomas recently Appraisal Service, compared placed on the rolls at 40 per AlllIrllm  from trees throughout the had surgery and is recouper- to $53 million last year. cent of purchase price or THIS LARGE TREE in the Trinidad Sunday. Damage town, and a large tree was ating at home. There was a steady, but not market value. Energy and front lawn of the A.L. had not been estimated at the uprooted in the yard of the Laurie Lindsey visited heavy flow of taxpayers visit- If a piece of property is McCraekin home was up- time the photo was taken. A.L. McCrackin home. No Sunday and Monday with ing the high school library valued at or near the same rooted by a storm that hit in serious damage was reported Lisa Nolan. Monday and Tuesday to value as before, the property Money! as a result of the storms. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Mc- compare notes on the new owner can expect a lower tax Police Report Joe Rayfield watched a Crackin of Midland are values, rate next year, since the If All The Other Central school of sand bass swimming visiting with his grand- Notices of the new valua- school district intends to tax School Office Hit around his boat one day parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.L. tions went out last week, and at a rate of $1.25 per $100 Residential Air C during the weekend and even McCrackin. listed the taxable value of the valuation instead of $1.63 as had to dodge a few as they Mr. and Mrs. Alex Johns- property, which is 40 per cent was done last year. Units In The Country Cool jumped from the water. Al- ton visited in Houston Tues- of themarket value, according The board of equalization, nm | though he used all of his day and Wednesday with to Lewis. If an individual the last court of appeal short S Efficiently As Carrier's From rron Side fisherman tricks to entice the their daughter and her family, wishes to figure the market of lawsuit, will meet next Round One, Enough EJe t fish to take his bait, he had Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sullivan value the district used to week from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. very little luck and spent and daughters. The Sullivans reach the tax value, divide the daily until all complaints are Energy Woulfl Be Saved TI Malakoff's Administration four-way stop and hit a some time wishing for a scoop have recently moved into a tax value figure by .40. heard, Lewis said. There will Office, located at the corner of pickup truck driven by Wil- net. new home. To figure what the approxi- be a 2-hour break for lunch Year To Power The City Of Highways 90 and 31, came in liam Clinton Cross of Mala- Everyoneis eating their fill Mr. and Mrs..W.C. mate tax is, provided the from 12 to 2 p.m. Dallas Night And Day For for as much abuse from koff. of fresh peas now that Ernest Fleming, Jr. Visited in Dallas school district stays at or near automobiles last week as it After hitting the pickup, the Jock's pea patch is ready for Saturday with Mrs. George their proposed $1.25 per 100 Anyone wishing to appear The Next 9 months, , does on occasion fi'om taxpay- large truck hit a utility pole. picking. Each year Mr. Jock Reagan and Gaylea and the tax rate, you can divide the before the board of equaliza- era. The pickup also hit the utility plants several acres of differ- Reagan family, tax value figure on the form tion may call the Malakoff Two accidents during the pole as well as the sign in ent varieties of peas for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Lundy by 100 and then multiply it by School District Tax Office, past week caused damage to front of the School Adminis- The rains and sunshine must and children of Granbury the premises, and both acci- tration Building and a tree. have comejustrightforhis were visiting over the week- Hearings Rescheduled dents involved injuries to Cross was taken to Tyler crop, .. . the peas sure are good end and attended the wedding drivers or passengers. Medical Center where he is eating, of her sister. On June 25, a vehicle ran up listed in satisfactory condi- The congregation of the Mrs. Bill Louthard and on the side porch of the tion. Coole:/wasnotinured. First United Methodist daughter. Connie, of Budget considerations and attendance at each hearing, administration building. An There was heavy damage to Church met in the sanctuary Alexander, Virginia, are manpower limitations have and take approximately two Athens woman was taken to both vehicles. Officer Mar- Sunday for the first Sunday in visiting with Mr. and Mrs. caused the Trinity River weeks to complete. the hospital, treated and shall investigated, several weeks. Redecorating Charles High and children. Authority (TRA) Basin Originally 22 Master Plan released and placed in the work is nearing completion on Mr. and Mrs. Phil Stevens Planning Committee to re- review hearings were Model No. 3a$1 county jail on a charge of Other Police Activity: the building. New carpeting were in Whitehouse recently schedule numerous Trinity scheduled to be held through- River Master Plan Review out the Trinity Basin between public intoxication. A Trini- has been laid and the pews visiting with friends and The Round dad man, who was driving the On June 24, Oresta Jackson have been installed. The work meeting with officers of the Hearings. June 16 and the last week of reported a break-in at the should be completed in the newly organized Whitehouse This action was taken by October.  Think about it for a moment. Here's anair car was placed in jail on a the Committee following the Additionally, the Leon charge of drunk in vehicle and Antioch Baptist Church on next few weeks. Jaycees. system so efficient it coutd titeratty save the no drivers license. Chief Highway 31. Some speakers A large group of youngs- Travis and Rat Ann Kent tlenderson County hearing at County heating was resche- significant energy and money. Of course that Richard Wilson investigated, and microphones were taken, ters from Calvary Baptist visited with their grand- Trinidad on June 24 as the duled for the week of Nov- can save you big money as soon as you put it on On June 29, a tractor-trailer Officer Marshall investigated. Church are spending this parents, Mr. and Mrs. L.A. result of a proposal by TRA ember 3 and Houston County job! Think about it some more. Why not driven by Wilford E. Cooley On June 26, Malakoff News week at church camp. Several Kent, in Tyler. General Manager, David H. " to the week of August 25 or present costly unit now? The longer you wait the of Fort Worth could not stop reported to Chief Richard of the group are spending Brune. September 1. As soon as more money it's costing you. Call us -- your Carrier on wet pavement and entered Wilson a newsstand was their first week away from Several Trinidad Jaycees According to Brune, "The details are available, the TRA Dependable and we'll giveyou a free cooling stolen from in front of the home and although the were in I,indale Tuesday night cost of these hearings and the will make an announcement. __see how much the Round One can do for you. MYWAY UPHOLSTERY News" Building overnight, children reportedly are having to attend the Charter Night time demands on the TRA The purpose of the hearing No. 1 air conditioning Free Estimates On June 26. Mrs. Hall of a good time there are several Banquet of the Lindall staff are greater than was is to provide TRA the oppor- Pick Up & Delivery Malakoff said she was helping mothers who are looking Jaycees. initially expected. By re- tunity to solicit local opinions Phil Stevens, president of scheduling the hearings we on existing elements of the Quality Workmanship a neighbor shell peas and left forward to the end of the the Trinidad organization, will be able to spread the cost Trinity River Master Plan. 214-425-39fi7 her purse in the house. Ten week. Eustaee dollars was reported missing. Frank Goodenough of Gar- presented Lindall with their into next year's budget as The testimony received at , _ No charges have been filed, land is visiting with his charters and vice-president well as allow the staff more these hearings :will be eval- REE $1gnUpFor F Decoupage  grandmother. Mrs. Lillian Ray Kent presented the time for their normal res- uated by TRA Board of Smith. banner, ponsibilities." Directors to determine if the "Especially for service"  At Ruth and Ernest Fontineof Attending were Mr. and Brune added that by Master Plan, which was Malone's Hobby House corpus Christi visited Thurs- Mrs. Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. spacing the hearings out the adopted in 1958, should be Comiort .  day morning with Mr. and Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Basin Planning Committee revised. INUI_A Condreay, Mr. an Mrs. Roy will be able to review previous Other hearings in thisarea Air Conditioning Hw. 85 Next to Gun Barrel Cit Hall Mr. W.C. Fleming, Jr. - ........ Kaylea Miller of Austin is Sanfield, and Mr. and Mrs. testimony to determine if planned are one for Kaufman .:.....:.:.:.:.:.:.:.i.:.::.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:.:+:...:::............:.:.v.:.:.`:..:.:.:.: ':':':':':':':'.i:' visiting this week with her A.C. Morman. there are any areas that need and Van Zandt Counties the Day or Night to be investigated more fully, week of August 1,8 and one grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J.H. McClintock left The transcripts are provided for Navarro and Hill counties I-iandarcJfl C0un O S h 431 Bill Miller. Monday with the Aubrey . in Corsmana on September 10.   ,,-.--, Visiting in the home of Mr. Johnsons for a trip to by a federal court reporter in ...... " ...... J' " " ' and Mrs. A.J. Arrington were Louisiana.    / I their children, Mrs. Charles Mr. and MrS.TylerLee McGee m CEDAR CREFK ARFA Waggoner, Kathy, Amy, and and Lee of visited MALAKOFF Alma of Orange, Mr. and Mrs. Saturday with their parents. aa Randell Steelman of Corsi- cana. and Alfred Dunlap and The First Baptist Adult WELCOME TO OUR NEW BRAN00 IN son, Jodie, of Tyler. Sunday School classes have Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brad- been held the past six weeks shaw spent the weekend in in the old post office building , Wimberley visiting with their downtown. The new fellow- GRAND OPENING daughter and her family, Mr. ship hall at First Baptist and Mrs. Jack Lundy, Church is nearing completion Tummy, Mark, Dawn, and and will be ready in time for lilly 10th Heather. White there they Bible School. lilly Is[ attended a stage show at Mrs. Ray Kent was in m Pioneer Village in which Athens for the monthly Tummy is a cast member, meeting of the Henderson Mr. and Mrs. Bobby County W.M.U. Council. Rounsavall and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell 00JEE PRIZES DAILY Amy and Chad. were in Grand of Lumberton visited Prairie over the weekend Monday, Tuesday, and GRAND PRIZE , LUMBEr( , PAINT whilehis mother. Mrs. Velma Wednesday with Mr. and Rounsavall, was hospitalized. Mrs. Bill Miller. 19" Qlttis Mathis Color Portable 11/ HARDWARE , SERVICE Mrs. RounsavaU underwent Board members Mrs. John surgery Friday at Grand Key, Mrs. W.C. Fleming, Jr. Prairie Community Hospital. and Mrs. John French all To Be given away July 10th "EVERYTHING FOR She is recovering nicely worked Tuesday in the con- THE BUILDER" Several members of the cession stand for the First Register Eveff Day Open 'fil 4:00 Saturday First Baptist Church atten- Quarter Horse Show. The dad a lay renewal outing in show was for the benefit of the W.R. McKee Lumber Co. RockwaU June 28. American Cancer Society and No need to be present to win. Hiway31 East Phone Mrs. Bonnie Smith re- was held at the Henderson turned home from Weather- County Fair Grounds. l Ma[akoff 489-0527 ford Thursday after attending Mrs. Dale Bankston left Grand Opening Office Ho=s 8:30 to 5:30 Monday-Friday, Free Monday for a tour and trip to 0000-p-ucas- "Hawaii. -:]- metTheinTUesdaYthe homeBibleof StUdYMrs. All type savings account programs available 00'000000"ii00rdware & Appli TommyStanfieldatg:30a.m. Including: annual Annual i" ][ a with Mrs. Wilburn Johnston ,,,,,,,., opening the meeting with e Effective : C_i  prayer. IlS Norl prarzevilte Street - Mrs. Bama Miller gave the Yield ATHENLTEXA$  lesson from Ephesians. and 6" Year H.m Mrs. C.C. Wright closed the An Athens traditio,, gl meeting with prayer. Certificate * eof"endersonCuntylrv'rJOy'ars" '' I Refreshments were served * when compounded -;' by the hostess, daily II hov The Dorcus Sunday School We sti --0  Class party was held Thurs- certii00ates r, arr00 a substantial penality when 0 good $o[oclon Of ._. daYof the home in pm to mtunt00 ^ mw'r$ push' self  The Rev" Bufrd Finely -- Loan   ]\\;: opened the meeting with prayer before the business Savings propelled & riding mowe meeting anddiscussion perido ASSOCIATION ATHENS $ I[ ,_  was held. The Dorcus class is [QUAt II0US'"' 500 S. Palestine 219 N. Terry olso tiller ) j wbrking on the cushions for LENDER Athe.., Tax. Malakoff, Tex. '-' l I  the .newly redecorated sanc- SAVE NOW AT tuary of the church. 675-2223 489-0991 Refreshments were served JAP LUCA$ HDWE by the hostess. .. - II I IIII