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Page 6-MA.LAKOFF NEWS-August 18, 1977 , .iI nnl gue W 0!, !oUt e avarro " " " 9avmgs : ith Conflict er st la s nsrv Do dyed a hamburger Mary. Arnold. of the House of at the shop on McEnhre for game. On Aug. 26, Trinidad' 'N) supper for the Pee Wee's and Glaze. is offering free lessons further information, will travel to Harmon.y for a 8 Little' Leaguers on Aug. 16 at m Ceramics for those wish- The First Baphst Church p m scrlmma" ge First" ame "11 ec " g By Donna S. Alexander Te council voted to rescind / TP&L..: mgtolearn. Drop by for a call enjoyed a week of Vacation will be Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. in Association  Bible School from Aug. 8-12. Trinidad with Frankston. Trinidad Mayor Lamesa the ordinance with majority _jh, 'j   ' Commencement program Homecoming will be Satur- Sillick was charged with con- approval. Bryson dissented. ........ was held Friday evening, day, Oct. 22, 1977. fhct" of interest" by Mrs. Bryson also abstained, as MJ,']k0ff 502 E. ROH   Students presented songs and Mrs. Jettie Webb of Dallas Christine Nolan at a town did McClintock, from approv-  e \\; | I 'llq slits for parents and friends, visited with her sisters and council meeting Tuesday ing payment of the monthly t t ,\\; ! #11 III I I ! II !, Teachers and helpers were families over the weekend. ;,,h t. bills, which included the il-  ,/./J-,LJI, A.J'-L IJ Pattie Vernell Lara Lundy and Mary Alli- mMrs. legal" purchase from the 7.,, ,:/ BernicePhillips'stubblefield, JanieKing' son of Mabank visited with that sheSilliCkand membersaCknwledgedof the mayor. Councilman James mmnm=L=2Z  .... PP ' 'A Carter, LindaTaylor, Margie the Otis Stanfields last Friday council had received letters Johnston displayed impat- NaLDceGI ' !J [ We offer comfort to I Carter, Ruby Crocker, Sandy and Saturday. from a Cors,cana' attorney ience,, with the, situation.  ....... ' Hiler, Jennie Airheart, Hay- Mr. and Mrs. L.T. Blythe, retained by Mrs. Nolan ex- . ,,The city s got to pay i ke. "L me oereavea Iamlly _ den Airheart, Genevieve children, Mr. and Mrs. Don- pressing the opinion that pur- oitts or get out of business, ---t.:_ _L.'__ _, r -' Bumgardner and Brother aid Shelley, Todd, Leah and chases by the city from a nesaio.. WIllll making all oI r.. Earl King. Jeremy moved to Trinidad on " in ____[ business owned by the mayor lvirs.rlan questionned me n % the fu Sherry Kent entered Medi- Tuesday from their home in and her husband were illegal, iflgal opinion of the Municipal neral arrange- cal Center Hospital on Tues- Tracy California be reimbursed for the town's and said she would consult merits for them.  day, Aug. 16, in Tyler for The Gospel Americans The mayor asked that she L,eague returning annexation I lJJ | minor surgery, gave a great program Friday most recent purchase of ap- her attorney. I lll . | The V.M. Stubblefields of evening at the Calvary Bap- proximately $60 in tires and wiayor Sittick reported that 1[[1 ,;:i,. | Little Elm visited with their tist singing some 26 favorites, said that in the future there would fund the salary of a full -,r_An -iv:|m"00rtalP Illl ,!: ::; | children. Bro. James Bliss gave wel- supplies for city vehicles, but a teaerai program, CETA, IIII .}.:iv'iil | Nena and Floyd Wright come. Tom Clemments head ,t |11| iii :i iil , | visited last weekend in Mar- the group in song with Roy madeWUld be no more purchases if the city would buy a policetime policeman for Trinidad of ,m.r electric r I lll iJil  ii!i  | ble Falls and in Kingstand Reever gi.ving prayer. The Councilman Bill Freeman car. Bryson said cost of [||l " i!  ii::i | with Ralph Bandy. congregation enjoyed cake, reported that a represent- maintaining, the car would be IIll  . ' | Guests Wednesday in the and ice cream in the fellow- ative from the Municipal too expensive. Freeman sug- I III "  j home of Annie Lanier and ship hall. League advised the city that gested the council table de- I lll " .  Maxine were Mr. Bud Lanier The Ladies Bible Class met /  rr2.c..?, 1 II II  II and daughter Fells and Mr. in the home of Mrs. William conflict of interest existed if cision until the next meeting the communitythe political atmosphereopposed suchin and in the meantime talk to ..-- , "." [l and Mrs. Rodger Tate of Trotman with 13 present town residents and business :'L_ ,i SSL:__2:: i: :7:! lhr.- e rs No- people to get their o mmns on '1  [I Waxahachie. Prayer was given by Mary transactions. Sine M " P" " - 4rr/'T P_ T ]U'I.I1) Trinidad High School boys Ellen Johnston. Mrs. Miller lan had objected and consult- the subject. His recom- !', ,[.[kk,Jndl  lJL began football practice with gave the lesson from St. ed an attorney, the political mendation was adopted. Funeral Home AI ms, Texas Phone 675-2211=== Joe Stubblefield assisted by new coach O.B. Cassey. Some 30 boys are out. On Aug. lath at 8 p.m. Leon will come to Trinidad for a scrimmage MENS AND BOYS KNIT SHIRTS MENS FAMOUS BRAND SLACKS SALE! Mark. atmosphere was definitely CETA will also fund salary [__.: .... Dawn Gipson of New Or- leans visited with aunt and uncle, Bro. and Mrs. James Bliss and family. James Bliss Jr. had recent surgery and is recovering nicely. Bro. and Sis Knight of New Orleans will be spending a week or two with the James Bliss family. Senior Citizens met Wed- hostile, he said. He pointed out, however, that it had been convenient and much more economical for the city to buy supplies from the mayor's service station. Now, he said, it would cost the city about $30 more to have a flat tire repaired because there no other local service stations which offer such services. of a night wtchman, the mayor said. This proposal was more favorably received by city officials. It was agreed that a night watchman could solve some pilferage problems now troubling the city. If the program is ap- proved, the council auth- orized Bob Brantley, water and sewer superintendent, to hire the night watchman. Time was when your electric bill probably was "just another item" in the family bud! You knew from the year before about wha to expect. Regretfully, this is no longer true. As the c of producing and supplying electricity ha gone up Texas Power & Light has had no nesday, Aug. 10, at the Com- Wylie McClintock, serving Mrs. High reported that the choice but to ask its customers to pay .... Easy going pull-overs In munity Center for a day of his first night the council, board of equalization will on for what they use. The electric bill has bec}: visiting, good food, and 42 suested it might be a ood meet August 25 at 7 p.m. at . (, Values to s20. ,,,,,,,e strp & so/las 1 ......  a large item in most family budgets. L Yt)' ( Rby, Terry, C/er and paymg. Lee Ph,les, pres,- idea if the city bought some city hall. YOU and each member of your family are :'.'IL ,  * Ill 1 dl cent, called the meeting to tools so repairs could be made The city secretary was also l I Ill Crew Neck Sfyles order. Two visitors and 37 by city employes. Council- requested by the council to important parts of your electric bill. How t,:  -- Ii i| Re@. '488 to '1495 members were present Mr useappliancesandequipmentmakesabiL' 'VII l man O.S. Bryson replied that write a letter to Anderson- Ned Bumgardner gave the the city had owned tools at Bates Minnow Farm asking difference in the amounts of your bills. Ma t U t 2 Pair for $3 98 noon invocation, one time, but they had disa. the cmpany t stp flushing a family project of keeping the air conditio Mr. and Mrs. Everett ppeared, dead minnows into the city's thermostat set at about 78 . Operate the French and son Larry placed City Secretary Glenda High sewer system. Brantley re- clothes washer, dryer and dishwasher only I !he.Jr_membership, in. the said the Municipal League ported that it is costing the with full loads. Turn the television off when_] v  urn,ca aemoamt =nurcn on had.lso advised the city that town about $50 a month to yOU leave it. And check around the house .... unuay, Aug. 14. . n ordinance passed in June process the dead minnows, other energy-saving, dollar-saving measu Mr and Ms Dan Melear, .... " ' was illegal. The council, re- :Housing and street repairs Robert and Charles visited snondintoaoetitionwithlh0 were also discussed by the Texas Power & Light is working to assure  ..... adequate supply of electric power for all of' with the Nubbin Flemmgs signatures submitted by Mrs. council. A full report will be customers and to help them get the most v . i Sunday, evening. Nolan, adopted a policy for- made in the August 25 edition for their electric dollars. EGIST0000 TOE :YCLE morninggrandmtherThmas Fritter was bY his bidding annexatin bY the f the Malakff NeWS'beforeS returningTUesdaYto isCitYcalledunless a general election 01"bWiGffl " ..... At JONES 0.0.-] Houston to his job. Mrs. High said the Munici- 0PTOMFTRIST t Guests zn the home of Mr. pal League representative 2205.PalestineBox 889| and Mrs. Cecil Wallace Wed- told her state law prohibited nesday were Mrs. Beatrice such action and the city was Closed Wed. Aftemoonsj TEXAS P()WER & LI(;HI" COMPANY  Larson, Mrs. Marie McNeil of liable for a citizens law suit 675- 2697 Athens, Tx.j a tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility McKinney, Mr. and Mrs. Bert for using tax money to hold an .... = ..... --I Ulland, and Mrs. Milford Murphree of Clifton. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Roun- savall, Amy and Chad, and Mrs. Velma Rounsavall re- i .  turned Sunday night from a  "" five day trip to Mississippi,  "" Louisiana, Arkansas and Johnson's "" No Purchase necessary to register and you must not be present to win. BEAUTYMIST KNEE HIGHS 20%o. Reg. 2.69 Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brad- shaw were in Abilene Thurs- -----,p u,i|"'osakle day to visit with her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bradley. Bayer ad00rs 00'ckey'"es' Diap ers [ Kristi and Casey, returned home last week from a vaca- tion trip to Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cole- man and sons spent Thursday  S249 SI09 through Sunday on a vaca- tion trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas. Da e 24's lofts Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Roll- O Three pair pack $2." ..___   Stanfieldattended Six Flaggs Wednesday. Reg, Sl. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wright visited recently with Nena's pair" 80 Mens & Boys sister in Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker BRIEFS of Freeport and Mr. and Mrs. Steve Parker returned home Wednesday after attending a son and Mr. and Mrs. IL, y Riopan Liquid Antacid S 1 * 19 12 oz. Miss Breck Hair 11 oz. favorite cousins funeral in Shreveport, La. Ion idly I M Betty, Dan, and Robert S00ORTS Melear have been in Trinidad this past week closing out the O a etamucil Sale ends September 3 Conoco Service Station that their father, Dick Melear ran | 1 (New Giant Size) I[[Itl ' t 0"'"- p  fr 30 years' They cleaned" I 3. '9 S0089 - T SHIRTS inventoried, and moved 6oz. S parts. LegalNotice ' 21 oz. v sc,00, 20% A Public Hearing on the issue of annexation South of present city limits will be held . jlltll AUG. 24th OFF by the Town councilof Trtni- dad at8:00p.m. September 6. ill, resstabs "V, City of Trinidad 600 Custom Dra.ries S4. 99 Sl , Wall Coverings t s .9= 1 Terry Street Malakoff 05 N. Terry Mnloff Limit 1  IlL O