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Page 4- MALAKOFF NEWS- July 24, 1975 NEW IN TOWN-Bill Dyer opened the facilities here, and Jerry Sumrall, shown while continuing with part of examining refinished tele-their operations in Payne phones in their plant on Springs. The firm refinishes Highway 31 East, recently plastic telephones and pay moved to Malakoff after station telephones, refinishes outgrowing their facilities in lawn furniture, and does sand- Payne Springs. Bill. formerly blasting. Already the firm has operations manager for plans for expanding and Schelmac Corp. of Los building a second building Angeles and Jerry, formerly behind the main plant. Dallas manager of Lyntex Several portable buildings are Corp. of N.Y., opened K & K also being utilized by the firm, Koatings a year ago, and which now employs 12 Ill Christmas in July IAKE CHRISTMAS at GIFTS NOW ] MALONES HOBBY HOUSE Hwy 85 Next to Gun BarrelCity Hall persons. At peak times, Dyer said, the company may use as many as 30 persons. A contract is being negotiated now by the company to refinish all the phones for Genreal Telephone in their Texas area. Not Harmful Garlic used in pickles some- times turns green. This natural reaction between the acid in the vinegar and the color pigment in the garlic isn't harmful. It happens when garlic is not fully mature or thoroughly dry. Frances Reasonover, foods and nutrition specialist with the Texas Agricultural Exten- ,,  sion Service. Lake Residents and Week-Enflers You are cordially invited to become aquainted with, and have confidence in, and buy from Daiches Jewelers, o00icana and Maurice Rosen, Owner-Manager (1946) To knm your Jeweler, consult with your banker, your neighbors, your local established businesses, Dun- Bradstreet, Jewelers Board of Trade. Then. Come See Us. Corsicana - Since 1918 Trade-Vinds Since 1972 216 N. Benton Street All Co[[ect Calls Accepted Bounty View Drive Ph. 214-874-8279 Ph. 214-432-2269 ,..v, " ............................ "- ......... .%':::9::.."::. :::::.. :":: Ann ,:.:.:. w : f :"i:;: dertng ,:,:.:. :.:.:.: ,Y,% i iiiiii by ann rounsavall  Snietzel had a fight Sunday from the children). afternoon. She came running She is so small she does home as fast as her little legs very little damage to yards, is would carry her with blood hardly large enough to carry a dripping from her ear and the paper, and can't run fast top of her head, yelping at the enough to do much road top of her lungs, running. She turned out to be Snietzel is our one-year old a great watchdog {you can ask dachound. She came to us some of our friends who have after two years of absence of a stood outside the door waiting dog in the family, and with until we come out to call her Bobby and I vowing that we off), follows Chad as he rides would not have another dog. his bike up and down the Dogs tear up newspapers, street, and lets Amy bathe her dig in neighbors flower beds, and powder her, to Amy's get run over and killed after delight. families become attached to She doesn't eat much, and them. and require a feeder only asks to be scratched while the owners are away occasionally, and she wrestles from home for the weekend, with Chad in the grass. It hadn't beenlong since we Sunday she had a fight. relieved ourselves of the two Bobby and I heard her horses that the children rode yelping and ran to the door, to for at least a month, when find her there with blood Bobby's sister moved into an everywhere. Amy came apartment and offered running down the street Snietzel to Amy and Chad. crying hysterically, and Chad Amy used her charm on her said "My dog is bleeding father, it worked, and we everywhere". During this found ourselves on the return time of calm and order Bobby trip from Dallas with a six and I were trying to deter- month old puppy, mine what had happened to She showed her Dad what a her and to see the extent of bargain we had when she her wounds. presented him with the papers She had a gash on the top of declaring Snietzel's pedigree, her head and an ear that was and it was then that he bleeding profusely. We got discovered that our new pet water and a rag and started to was female, We were too near clean her up when our home to turn around and the neighbor, PeggT Blakeney, children by that time had came across the street with already fallen madly in love medication that she had used with her. on her dog. Peggy and I held Amy and Chad fed that dog out for stitches on Snietzel's until I was afraid it would head while Bobby offered to explode Ifor a week}. The), do thejobhimself. We refused took her for walks in the that offer in lieu of a afternoons and romped with makeshift butterfly bandage her in the front yard after to hold the wound together on school (for two weeksL Then her head. Amy was still Bobby and I found ourselves crying in the living room and dividing up feeding turns and Chad was still watching the allowing Sneitzel to romp in doctoring and reporting to the yard. Amy on the extinct of When summer came it was bleeding. I wanted to go to time to turn the dog loose in the vet, Peggy was on my the outdoors. We fixed her side. and Bobby said the dog bed outside, placed her bowls would be alright. on the patio, and moved heL We took her into the back out ladmist crys of anguish, yard, laid her oil a. soft bed, and I scratched her to sleep. Her wounds quit bleeding,, and she slept peacefully. We had a long talk with Malakoff ,m explaining that things to like thgt happen to dogs, the excitement was over for Chad, and I got a bath, Specializing in refinishing plastic telephones, pay station telephones, refinishing of lawn furniture, and sandblasting. It is a funny sight to see that little brown dog with legs. no longer than three inches running down the road with a bandage wrapped around her head. from page 1 P $100 valuation. Jones, in an advertisement in the Malakoff News this week took Texas Appraisals Service to task for what he called "'discriminatory methods of appraisals" and claimed the equalization board failed to live up to its duties in correcting errors and enequal values called to their attention. He complained that the figure in notification letters was 40 percent of the ap- K & K Koatings, Ine praised valueoftheproperty. He said people did not realize this, and did not become alarmed because their tax assessment would be based on 40 percent of the figure on the notification letter. EITIZEN5 STATE BANK N. Terry 489-0530 You Can Bank On Us Hair Painting Adds Light Accent Hair-painting is one of the newest ways to add lighter streaks or accents to hair coloring. Stroked on by a brush, highlights can easily be placed where and in the amount wanted, Mrs. Becky Culp, area clothing specialist with the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, The Texas A&M University System, says. Smith Wouldn't Value Overflow O.D. Smith, a member of the Malakoff School "District Board of Equalization, which recently approved the 1976 tox roUs for the district reflecting new "equalized" valuations, appeared before the board of trustees last Thursday night to say he had disqualified himself from voting on any river bottom land considered by the equali- zation board. He also said he disqualified himself on consideration of property owned by C.C. Miller and Bert Miller. "I thought the land was too high," Smith said. "But I didn't argue, because it was equal." "We heard everybody but one person who owns overflow land," Smith said. "I think the rest of the land is fair and equal, but it is all too high." "In the minutes I stated I would not go to court for or against the school board on valuations of river bottom land." Smith said. However, last week a suit was filed against the trustees and the Board of Equalization seeking to set aside the new valuation: "Almost everybody corn- from page 1 Murray said. If the funds are not received, there will have to be cuts in several areas funded by the allocation. Following the planned Aug. 11 work session on the budget, the school district will call for a public hearing. possibly on the regularly scheduled Aug. 14 meeting date. The final budget must be in the hands of the Texas Education Agency by Aug. 8. plained about buying this old building { the recently occupied district officesL" he continued. "But I'm almost sure if you hadn't needed it you wouldn't have bought it." Sam Tanner asked, "Do from the state?" "They think you up here and did it, replied. "I want everybody that Dolph Briscoe state legislature had people realize that most of our do with this than increased cost is perpetrated else,'" Tanner said. PASCHAL Emergency Ambulance PHONE 489"1 Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C.M. Tinney, Owner Dial 675.2269 in 1 July Clearane Sale Men's and Boy's Men's Western WALK SHORTS STRAW Reg. '7  Reg. '1  20% off Reg. 3  Reg. q5 NOW NOW NOW NOW ShSS S144 s199 s 1 Men's Campus SHIRTS Dress and Sport Short Sleeve s3ss s6ss Ladies Polyester Knit SLACKS In pastel shades- White, light blue, green and yellow Reg. 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