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Road Visions For Council estimated there was 9,000 sq. yards of road to be repaired, but said he had only "eyeball- ed it", and since Martin had measured the road, he believ- ed the larger figure was accurate. McLaughlin also said that the best way to repair the road would be to scarify the asphalt, rework the base, and bring the road up to state specifications. The cost on this type of repair would run about $34,000 for the road in ques- tion, he said. But he esti- mated the road would hold up for at least 10 years. After hearing both pro- posals, the council decided there was not enough money in the budget to repair the roads this year. The city has set aside $11,000 for road repairs from federal revenue sharing funds. On motion from Council- man Sonny Bradley, the coun- cil voted to purchase asphalt mix and repair the holes in the existing road, to clean off the shoulders, and to make such repairs as is economical- ly possible, deferring major repairs until such time as the city has more money. a seal coated chug holes in rapidly heard two explain the cost of Athens present- costs of repair- known locally as Loop. included road which *First State Bank, he had measur- distance which square yards. two alternatives, $11,600 and he would apply an asphalt chip was also a he said, would sweep the the holes with oil a top coat for. would guar- for one year. figures were He said, frank- did not think the repaired satis- *that it would last he could get out $1.43 to yard. He dad Authority New Housing needs new hous- Arnett, of the Authority, with the council t Trinidad has an to get that hous- in the area will with the autho- survey," he of the housing gpe- the area asking they would rent if they were Trinidad. In ord- for a loan from Home bank, the needs at least 40 to indicate they FOUR- FOOTED CANNOT iLK FIDELITY FEATURES Can Count On YEARS EX- To Produce ENOUGH AUTO INSURANCE It uire To ADE- ',LY COVER INJURY And The sloth) -]t;tlii AGENCY MALAKOFF ,r Julie Stolusky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stolusky of Kaufman, is a patient at Baylor Hospital in Dallas where she is undergoing tests. Amy Leeds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leeds, is a patient at Navarro County Memorial Hospital in Corsi- cana where she underwent emergency treatment Satur- day night. Jack Tart's mother and Maxine Tart's sister and young son of Kansas were here for the wedding. The Joe Davis house was filled with relatives here on Saturday for the wedding and reception. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace were in Dallas Friday even- ing to see their children. Mrs. Steve Land visited this School Menu Friday - August 26 Hot Dogs-Mustard-Buns French Fried Potatoes Seasoned Pinto Beans Fruit Jello Milk Aug. 29-Sept. 2 Monday-Hamburgers, French Fries, Salad Bowl, Peanut Butter Cookies, and Milk Tuesday-Fried Chicken, Cranberry Sauce, Brown Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Peas and Carrots, Ice Cream and Milk would be willing to rent an apartment if it was available. Arnett said he already had 10 applications, and other members of the commission had some, but he did not know many more of the 40 were needed. Bruce Cavin, representa- tive of East Texas Council of Governments, and a Mr. Tid- more attended the meeting with Arnett. Tidmore said his company was ready to build a two-story, 16 unit apartment building in Trinidad, if the Wednesday-Pizza, French Fries, Green Pea Salad, Jello, and Milk Thursday-Beef Noodle Casse- role, Hot Rolls with Butter, Corn, Green Salad, Choco- late Pudding, and Milk Friday-Roast Beef, Brown Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, String Beans, Dessert, Bread, and Milk Happy Birthday Amy Rounsavall celebrated survey revealed a need for her llth birthday last week. the housing. ' ..... The celebration began Thurs- Tidmore and Arnett discus- sed availability of water and sewer service with the coun- cil. A cautious commitment was given that city services would be provided within reason--which seemed to indi- cate that if the site for the apartments was not too far from an existing water and sewer line. Housing applications are available at City Hall, or from any member of the Housing Authority. Members are Bob- by Rounsavall, chairman; A.L. Arnett, George Estes, Eugene Berry, and Harold Colvin. The council voted to extend the life of the committee to allow it time to complete the survey and planning for an apartment complex for Trini- dad. In another housing related matter, Finis Hardy, admini- strator of the Trinidad Hous- ing Authority, discussed the possibility of adding another 40 units to the existing fede- rally subsidized housing pro- ject in Trinidad. The council voted to amend its corporation agreement with HUD, and add another 40 units to the 40 units already constructed. day night at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Velma Rounsavall in Grand Prairie when Amy was surprised with a party. Hosting the party was Mrs. Mary Surratt and Mrs. Bar- bara Green. Attending were Stacy and Tracy Surratt, Michael and Robin Green, Ashley Denni- son, Kristy Jones, and Amy's brother, Chad. Saturday afternoon Amy had a party at her home and later went roller skating in Corsicana with friends. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bradshaw joined the Rounsa- rail's for a family birthday dinner at the Rounsavall home. Trojans Take The Field In Scrimmage Trinidad's Trojans outplay- ed Leon in a scrimmage game at Trojan Field Friday night in the first contest of the season. The Trojans racked up nine first downs to four for Leon and 190 yards rushing to Leon's 51. Leon came on Certificates Of Deposit strong in the passing depart- ment with 90 yards to Trini- Are A 1/4% More. dad's 40. Both teams scored one touchdown. 1% Coach Joe Stubblefield, who earlier termed the Trojan team consisting of two return- ing starters and five return- ing lettermen as capable of being contenders this year, said that he had no surprises iF' l per annum from the play he saw Friday. Stubblefield said that he was Our one year certificate, $1,000 provide a 6.71% annual Because we're a savings and association, that's more than you get at a bank. A substantial is required for early with- of certificates. Malakoff Bmth _SMINGS & LOAN q[X:tATION OF ATHENS 219 North Terry Malakoff, Texas 489-0991 An Affiliate Of Invest-Tex. tnc pleased with the actions of quarterback Darrell Hoover and felt that on offense Randy King and James Riley put forth a good effort. Defensive- ly Stubblefield said he saw strength in ,Jay Tart and Melvin Thompson. Trinidad will have a scrim- mage game against Harmony there Friday night at 7 p.m. "'We'll be building charac- ter this year," Stubblefield said when questioned about the lack of seasoned players on his team, "but we'll be contending." Trinidad will play their season opener September 2 at Trinidad against Frankston, By Mrs. W. past week with her children in Carrolton. David Johnston is a patient in Baylor Hospital after an automobile accident. David has a leg broken in two places. Cards may be sent to Baylor Hospital, Room 6203, Truett Building, Dallas, 75240. David is the son of Milburn and Mary Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. Spud Mit- chum and daughter of Hous- ton spent a few days vaca- tion with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Eaton. Delbert Smyth returned home Monday to Colorado. Mrs. Shelia Fikes and love- ly daughter Kim of Brown- wood were here Saturday for the wedding of Deanna and Bill Tart. TP&L Employees and wives and families enjoyed a summer party at TP&L Youth Center Friday evening, Aug. 19, at 7 p.m. Gift certificates of $20 to the lucky names drawn were awarded. Some of the lucky winners were Richard Martin, C.W. Airheart, John Henry Yar- brough, Walter Henry, Nub- bin Fleming and Tommy Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kent and children attended the first birthday of Mikki Manzel- C. Fleming, Jr. mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Manzelmann of Tyler. She was born Aug. 23 at Mother Francis Hospital in Tyler. Those attending were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M.E. Neill of Bartles- ville, Oklahoma and special young friends. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wallace returned home after a week in training session for police- man in Corpus Christi. Dr. and Mrs. James Good- son and children of Jefferson City Mo., visited with the Woody Grayson's Sunday. Jessica and Jennifer Ellis Augus_ t 25__ ! 1977-MALAKOFI[ ' fN, EWpag e 5_ = ., BOOKKEEPING :)UOSCrlOe ANDTAX SERVICE | F,. '='' "--,,= - ELEANOR ROBERTSONi rnone u00:sx PH.489-1335 i 119 N. Terry, Medakoff [ celebrated their 5th birthday, with a party July 30th. The twins are the daughters of Tim and Virginia Ellis. They were born July 30, 1972 in Among those attending were their grandparents, The Gilbert Ellis' and The James O'Neal's, The Gary Spencers of Dallas, Elaina Goins, Nan- cy McDonald, Sherry, Travis, and Rae Ann Kent, Leslie Jason and Jennifer McCurdv. Athens. Cake, ice cream, and lemondade were served at their home at Three Way View. .................... T. .......... ,.=,.=.,..J ........................ I-u ............. REVIVAL CONTINUES First Assembly of God Church 7:30 p.m. August 22-28 (Except Sat.) Evangelist: DON BELL Complete Service Burial or internment arrangements for the deceased are in keeping with family religious beliefs. Family plots avail- able. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 675.2211, LTD T TEX Now At Old Fashioned Prices. IT'S CLEARANCI'! TIMI !, And Your Texas Ford Dealer Is Celebrating With Old Fashioned VALU S... At The Year's LOWEST PRICES. NOW...At Your Texas Ford Dealer. AL Z00I'MO00 POStD 8A 303 Blvd. Malakoff,Texas 75'" ANNIVERSARY