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[' f 14A--The Malakofl New's. Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983 Steve Bracken will conduct a Gospel Meeting August 2124 at the Malakoff Church of Christ. Bracken, originally from New Mexico, graduated from Sunset School of Preaching in Lubtn)ck m 19(;7. He also attended the Bible Chair at South Plains College in Levelland and studied Greed at Abilene Christian University Metro-Center in Dallas. He began full time preaching in July of 1965 and has preached in several cities in Texas as well as in Colorado and Oklahoma. He has worked in mission fields in Texas, Colorado, Louisiana and Orem, Utah. He worked among the Navajo In- diana on the Navajo Indian Reservation in Northern New Mexico while preaching in Cortez, Colorado. He has been active in Miemion Vacation Bible Schools and Summer Camp work where he has taught Bible in variom summer camps located in Texas, Colorado and New Mexico. He has been an instructor at the Westside School of Bible and PreachinJ in Duncan, Oklahoma for the pant three years, teaching Old Testament Cour- ses. Steve and his wife, Janice, have two children at home, Stephen, 16, and Dan, 14. They also have two married daughters and four granddaughters. He is working at present with Clifford Church of Christ in Dallas, O set in .... il i:i:~ ~i~;~ i ~,~ A special election will be held in Trinidad Now 8, 1983 for the eh~'tion of two councilmem bers. The new members will replace John Spencer and Billie Davis, who submit- ted their resignations August 9, In other changes at city hall Sandy Bankston assumed the position of city secretary Monday. Mrs. Bankston replaces Genice Blythe who had served in that post since October of 1978. Meeting Friday afternoon, the mini- Trinidad council adopted a wastewater resolution to proceed with work on the new sewer system for the city. In addition, bids were opened for repair of homes that qualify under the Community Deveh)pment Block (;,rant program. Bids, submitted by Joe (;ray, Dean Lovelady, Gad-A-Bout Corot. Co. and Vergel Phillips, will he reviewnd by Bob Hayter, engineer for the city, prior to awarding them. Four homes within the city have been targeted for repair during tim first round. Four more will he comddored for the next session and overall the council expects to be able to repair $0 or more homes from the amount funded by the the up-coming election at city hell. TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THE SUMMER--There were some 69 children signed up for the Malakoff Public Library Summer Readlngand Arts & Crafts Program during the summer. Of that group 39 completed theprogram and 49 * SCHOOL ......................................... from page one federal government, express concern for the policy, felt, but were Guy Smith, Shelton and Merman. With the resignations of two council went one step further in his opinion. The board also heard a report from members the city governing body is "It seems almost absurd to exempt a Plemons on miscellaneous items. now composed of Jim Langford, Enna kid with a 65-69 average, but on the Plemons told board members that the Dicky and Arthur Arnold. Ernestother hand, I want to go along with the summer improvement programs were Jenkins serves as mayor, reccomendation of our ad- almost complete and work would being Anyone interested in becoming aministrators," Speed said. "We pay soon on the high school gyranasium. member of the council should file for them to come in and do the job and we Plemons also related to board have to listen to them." members that improvements for the * COURT .................................. from page one Judge Reagan said Sheriff Charlie In Chandler the county crews will Fields should have known the trial assist in installing a culvert on Martin dates and Brewer's school term would Street which will also affect drainage have been conflicting but, "he probably on Edgar Street in that Precinct 3 figured the state would pay for the community. trips." Trinidad will receive county However, the judge explained that assistance improving Lake, Mlcheaux the state would not pick up Brewer's and Nannie Streets in Precinct I and a travel tab because he had been sub- three-tenths ndle section of a county poenaed twice during the same court thoroughfare in Tool stretching from action. Joe Dupree Road south to the Indian "If the people only knew how much it Hills subdivision will receive the at- costs us to run these murder trials," tention of Precinct 2 Cotm ioner mused Judge Reagan to the corn- Jack Stegall "whenever his schedule missioners. The coLnty executive permits." pointed out that court-appointed at- torney fees during the Moreland case cost the county approximately $500 per day. "We're obligated to pay for an indlgent's attorney fees so we have to," said Judge Reagan. Other financial matters attended by the conunissi(mers Monday included authorizing County Auditor Thomas Simmons to pay $28,000 worth of monthly bills and $525 annual dues to the National Association of Counties. The Judge said the Washington, D.C.- based lobbying firm represents the majority of counties throughout the nation in dealing with proposed federal legislation affecting the local govern- mental entities. The annual dues are based upon census populations and a letter read to the court Monday by County Clerk Joe Dan Fowler noted this year's fees were increased by either 15 percent or whatever the 1986 census projected population would be, whichever amount was greater. The projected 1986 population of Henderson County was listed as 41,635 and Judge Reagan said all future dealings with federal agencies would be based on this new statistic. In more local matters the corn- missioners approved requests for "assistance from the cities of Chandler, L, Trinidad and Tool regarding road and drainage improvements, Study finds that people consider pets family members Women have more difficulty deciding to euthanize the family's terminally ill pet, but are called on more frequently to handle such details and are more likely to feel guilty about it, suggests a Texas A&M University study. The study, covering 69 cases in which pets were found to be dying of cancer, said guilt over the animal's suffering and death "was found to be an impor- tant variable" and recommended that veterinarians ditcourage pet owners from making the decision alone and on the spot. The research, carried out for a master's thesis by veterinary student Vicki Bailey of Spring, offers some of the first documentaiion that many people feel pets are members of the family and not just four-legged com- panions. Auxiliary sets 0 "If they feel they need one more year to evaluate the problem, we need to give it to them," Speed said. "I hope they're not stalling for time." "I'm not interested in how they (the administrators) feel," Merman responded. "I think sometimes we tend to over-administrate. I think we need a change." The board voted 4-3 in favor of the current policy after Speed voiced concern on the timing of changing this late in the year. "It's too late to change. We are required two reading to change policy and there's just not enough time to do it before school starts. Jan Shoed, Lana Perkins, Mark Ferrell and Speed voted in favor of the current policy. Voting to change policy 1983-84 school year included in the five- year plan would total only $59,172. The board had allocated $ ,000 to be spent the first year. Plemons told the board Dr. and Mrs. P.T. Kilman had donated a new sound system for the high school auditorium and Henderson County Commissioner Jim Blakeney had "had been a big help to the district during the summer." Plemons reported there would only be I0 new staff members starting the new school year and that "everything was ready to go" for the first day of school Monday. A reception for the school district's principals will be held Saturday in the cafeteria at 2 p.m. Plemons to the board. ), Thursday $, were swarded u Full Meal Deal at Malakoff Dairy book. Those who read 20 books or more received certificates passed that goal. (Staff photo by Lln Wealm) ! Monday, August 22 for the Monday- Friday ! Ceramic and Gift Shop We specialize in Greenware, Supplies, Firing, Custom-made Gifts and Classes Register For Free Door Prize! 9:30-5:30 Open Closed Wednesday E. Royall Bird, 489-1115 0 Saturday The Coast Guard Auxiliary will celebrate their 10th anniversary at the Harbor House Restaurant Saturday, Angust 20, at 12:30 pro. All members, guests and especially chartering members and former Flotilla Commanders are invited For additional ir~ormation call Billy G. Caffey, F.C. at 223- 12 (DaUas) weeknights or 432-2699 (Cedar Creek Lake) weekends, : "lie who is in a hurry misses his op- /mrtunities." Albanian I roverb f To Be Given Away Saturday August Please Come RegisterI!! No Purchm NKusaff Need Not Re Prmmt To Win Department Store 489-1532 Comtr of Mit ham Malakoff i ::i