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School to officially open for fall classes August 25 By LIONEI, DUNCAN August 25..Teachers are to report Schools will officially open August 20 for in-service and to make says rates are too to Howard Watson, Texas Company manager in [hough the Texas Public found the deficient by $88 on actual numbers for only authorized TP&L to by $57.1 million. when consideration annualization of such ad- previous rate increase mid-1980), the number at the end of 1980, of a large industrial lnd the effects of weather, increase will be only to know that the commission is Watson said. realize even $57.1 have to experience same summer weather conditions as in 1980 when our area had more than 60 days of 100 degree tem- perature and that is not normal." Under the PUC order, TP&L says general business revenue will rise ap- proximately 5.6%, including fuel. The residential rates, based on an average monthly usage of 1,079 kilowatt hours, including fuel, will increase about 8.9% or $4.69 per month. Watson said that the company will put these new rates into effect as soon as possible under bond. "The reason for putting rates into ef- fect under bond is to insure that all customers throughout the TP&L system will have the same rates star- ting at the same time," Watson said. Watson concluded by saying that the rate increase is "inadequate when con- sidering present economic conditions and the commission's ruling means we will have to consider further rate relief in the near future." Malakoff Insurance Agency . Life . Home . Bonds . Auto * Commercial Now representing American Life and Accidental Insurance Co. Medicare Supplement Policy JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 preparations. All new students of the district should be registered at their respective schools before the August 25 date. This is important so the class assignment and schedule can be ready when they arrive for the first day. Waiting until school begins could take far more time due to other matters connected with those first few days. Principals are at their schools now and registration can be taken care of on any work day bet- ween 8 am. and 4 p.m. All new students must provide a shot record. Those beginning in kindergar- ten must also have a birth certificate. This is also true for those in the first grade that did not attend Malakoff last year. All students that are new should bring report cards and any other school records they may have. Buses will run close to their regular times that first day, and it will be a full day. The lunchroom will be in operation and lunches will be 75 cents. Those eligible for free lunches must make ap- plication. The forms can be brought home by the child when school begins. Those on free lunch last year may begin that way this year but they must apply and be approved each year. School supply lists needed for the elementary grades have been mailed to most of the local businesses. Lists are also available at the school. There will be no school on Labor Day. For All Your Needs co, 675-5771 Athens 24 Hours A Day OIL co. i;(. 7 Days A Week 312 Underwood Street Athens, Texas We install and service complete gas systems * Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * 920 E. Royall Blvd. Enrollment: 18 me.- 12 yrs. Before & After School Care 4:39. ( 341 Ope 6:30 a.m.- 6:00 Diana Hayes, Director, 489-0806 i| W W L AERODIO OLAUES DALLY 11 a.m. Famous Body Wrap- Immediate Inch Loss * Gym Equipment Sauna- Whirlpool 88743630 THE BODY SHOP Hwy. 90 S. Manager, Asst. Manager, Clerks Apply in person. i Malakoff DEEP RED 3 YEAR OLD R~ist~ed Quebella bull. Grandson of the Grand National Champion at 1977. Work Wanted '13 Halter broke. Three year old Cherokee bred Brahma cow and her Child Care in my home. 309 S. Terry red bull calf. Cow bred I:xick Call $1. P~)rm 4119-0144 .Viq~inio Dukes. Brad Sides at 479,3417, Canton, p l I I I / I I I I i-BB-iB;; i-mit-EB il i Enlow'sMid-CitySalvage i gi NO. 1 FtERGUi~ ItOOFING{ULVAGE) ......................... SILL" - FELT 30 LB. OR IS IJI ..... : .............................. $7"~ '~i~ 1 I ................. 3,,"-$5= %"-$7.50; 5/Ir'.$10.00; %"-$L2.00 i IV~ Mites F.JST OF SEVEN 43 POINTS ON HIGHWAY 85 1 TUES.-FRI. 8:00-5:30; Sat. 8:00-4:00 l II Illlll i If l~l~ ill l II'll I ngs, Wedding Chains, etc. GOLD & ! CO. in Barrel City 106 3.2-2, den, w/fheptace, ceiling tans, dfice/music room, w/bookcaseS, red- wood patio, fenced, trees, channel lots. $59,900 6.1r. old 3-2-2 brick, ch/a, w/fireplace, 2 tree shaded lots, assumable 8% loan. $54,900 PRESTIGE REALTY Y4rgie L. err 396-2965 -- WATER WELL DRILLING - Gmun~lwot~' Source Heat Pumps * Our water systems don't need a well house fo~ frost protection * Economical hooting and cooling with well water * Spe(iaJizing in turn-key work JAMES POOL, gaologistlwdl driller Groundwater Services Co. -Athens STOP THE PRESSES.Just listedl BULLETIN!-This word just in! Needed, Beautiful 3bdr-2%bth home in Star a family for this cute Sbdr-lbth brick Harbo| on 3 watodvoot Ira. S~ this home o~ an estr| larp ~ i~ Ma~k~. one today! Upper 20's. Act I~tl EXTRA! EXTRAI-Is this fantastic ell INVESTMENTS UP-This could i~l true steel contructed home in |'ores Acre~. fo~ you too, with the petontial tl~fl is You will have to see this heine to full, available in this lerl[e church bld[. on appreciate it, Owner financed. College St. Call for full details. MARTIN ......... 489.0376 LIONEL ......... 675-1040 PAM ........... 575-7033 PAT ............ 489-0028 420 E. ROYALL BLVD., LL 1981 Mustang 1981 LTD 1981 T-Bird 1981 Cogrler d II II 1981 F250 1106 S. Palestine 675-5753 Athen