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16A--The Malakofl News, Thursday, Sept. 1,1 _ SPANISH CLUB OFFICERS at MHS for 19~;-84 were elected recently. Diana Meyer is president, LaTesha Hardy is vice president, Connie Sonntog Is secretary, Kalah Brown is treasurer and SonJa Streater is reporter. Three of- ficers, Misses Streater, Brown and Hardy, had the opportunity to visit Mexico during the summer vacation. Mrs. lno Hall is sponsor. (Staff photo by Lisa Weeks) Booster Club drive activated "It is still not too late for individuals Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the high school and businesses to Join the Malakoff library. Athletic Booster Club," a spokesman It was erroneously reported that said this week. senior citizens age 65 and over could Individual memberships are $5 and receive free passes for all athletic even- business memberships are $10. is. The age for the passes is 62 and over. Young athletes need the time and They can be obtained from the high support, as well as financial becking, school business office. Everyone is urged to mark the ca[an- All these who are eligible are urged to dar for the weekly meeting eachtake advantage of the offer. Unveiling Ceremony VETERANS MEMORIAL MONUMENT September 3, 1983 ll:00a.m. Lawn of Municipal Building Master of Ceremonies: Barney Wright Invocation: Rev. Bill Rambo National Anthem - Malakoff High School Band, James Sprayberry directing Introductions: Wayne Callaway City C.ounclh Howard Julian, Mayor, Dennis Cannon, city manager, James Anders, Ernest Wilson, Herman Moore, Nannle Drake, C. L. Nichols, Com- missioner Jim Blakeney. Memorial Committee: Alfred Williams, chairman, Neal Lawson, vice chairman, Bill Malone, treasurer. Promotion and Steering Committee: AI lames, chairman, Carl Anderson, Louise Shumate, Barney Wright. Memorial Design Committee: Howard Julian, chairman, Ray Weaks, Alma Jewel Berry, Oresta Jackson, Gerald Graham, Travls Matthews, Wayne Callaway. Finance Committee: F. E. Hardy, chairman, Joyce Faulk, Eleanor Robertson. Honor Book Committee: Mayor Howard Julian, Dennis Cannon, Aims Jessie McLain and Library Board members. Dedication and Program Committee: J. D. Wailer, chairman, Charles Bar- ndt and A. M. Thompson. Music: Malakoff High School Band Remarks: Mayor Julian, Jim Blskeney, commlss/on~, Bill Malone, treasurer Unveiling Remarks: Alfred Williams, Memorial Chairman Unveiling Committee: Tom Rogers, John H. Robinson, Mrs. Ivs Mull|as, Mrs. Ruby Weeks, Elizabeth Franks Kldd, Pauline Barnes, Mrs. L, J. Scholl, Mrs. Evelyn Moore. Song: God Bless America, Mimi Tanner accompanied by MHS Band Benediction: Rev. James Stringer i iii I Band parents set plans for new year Malakoff Band Parents are off and running for the new year ahead. Plans were made for the coming year at the first meeting, Aug. 14, held at 7:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium. David Hennessee was elected O ange8 now In By JOHN H. COX Motor vehicle and boat registration title fees and tax law changes went into effect August 29 and Sept. I, the result of bills passed during the Texas Lqpslature's session. As in the past, the greatest percentage of fee= go to the state's treasury. As of Sept. I, motor vehicle sales and use tax is due by the 29th working day following the vehicle's delivery to the Lurchaser. A five percent penalty will assessed if the tax is not paid when due. Another five percent penalty, making a total of I0 percent, will be assessed if the tax has not been paid within 30 calender days following the final day (20th) of the first duration according to state comptroller spokesperson Adina Whittemore. The penalty is based on the amount of tax due and applies to any motor vehicle, included those unregistered and unt/tled, in which tax was not timely paid. The minimum penalty is $1"Below is a list of the old and new registration/titling fees. Only the vehicle 72-hour and 144-hour permits go into effect Aug. 29. All other fees begin Sept. 1. AUTOMOBILE REGIST./TITLING l~'~.'~.~ Old Fee Title Fee (Form31) $ 3.00 Transfer Fee (Form 17) .50 Duplicate License Bec. 1.00 Lost Title Application .25 Delinquent Tran er Penalty 5.00 5.30 10.00 new Motorcycle Beg/st. 7R-Hr. Permits (Aug. 29) 144-Hr. Permits (Aug. 29) Parade Lie. Plates Appli. for State Assigned Serial Number 1.00 New Fee $1o.00 2.50 2.00 2.00 10.00 6.05 25.00 50.00 No Fee 2.00 BOAT REGIST./TITLING FEES Less than 16 ft. in length 16 ft. but less than 26 ft. in length 26 ft. but less than 40 R. in length 40 ft. or more in length Livery boat - less than 16 ft./n length only Transfer fee (Currently regist, motorboat) Duplicate Certificate of Number Card Certificate of Number Correction State Assigned Hull ID Number Duplicate Validation Decal Certificate of Title - Motorboat Certificate of Title - Motor Certificate of Title - Transfer Boat Certificate of Title - Transfer Motor Certificate of Title - Copy of Original Certificate of Title - Copy of Dup. Org. Certificate of Title - Correction Transaction Marine Dealer/Manufacturers Number $ 6.00 $12.00 9.00 18.00 12.00 24.00 15.00 30.00 3.00 6.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 1.00 2.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 2.50 5.00 22.50 45.00 5 One Dozen FREE Donut Holes When you bring this Ad to I Jell Corner of Highway 90 & 31 Open a.m.- 5 p.m. Malakoff Per Cus HOLDREDGE & McGEE, p.C. Certified Public Accountants announce the association of EDDIE D. LASSITER, CPA with the firm 310 South Carroll Street Athens, Texas 75751 (214)675-5645 Trinidad I.S.D. trustees met Monday night to amend the 1982-83 budget and to hear an update report from Su'parin- tendent Bill Hamm on the opening of school. H amm reported that there were 19s elementary students enrolled on the fir- st day and 70 high school students. Senior citizens of the district are reminded that free athletic passes are available to them at the school office. Passes obtained last year are still in el- from page 1 feet and will not need to be renewed for the coming year. Tom Holcomb, head football coach, was appointed athletic director for the district at the meeting and Hamm was named authorized representaUve for the children's nutritional program. Harem told board members that bein ng this year volunteers from the district will be participating in pre- game ceremonies. Starting w/th the game Friday night there will be someone to lead the singing of the national anthem and members of the Boy Scout Troop will handle flag l'alsil c remonies. Gaylon Johnson will be sin the anthem this week. "I /rather serve God with one leg than have perfect health and not hi " Special Music You and Your Families are Invited to September 11-18 7:30 p.m, Parkview Baptist Ch Corner of Smith and Pine planned reunions throughout the weekend. Sunday their will be special services at the First United Methodist Church. Rev. Wayne Williams, a 1948 graduate of THS, will be speaker for the day. A covered dish luncheon will be served at the church following the service. Everyone is invited to attend. The Jamboree, sponsored by the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce, is the fifth annual event. ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL--AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. SUE BARNETT 489-0520 Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. Department Store Corner of Mitcham & Terry 489-1532 Malakoff We Welcome You and Your Family To president of the organization with Gin- Evans will serve as treasurer" and Saturday, September 3, 1983 Peggy Julian was elected reporter. Fund raisers were discussed and plans were made for organizing the l: Come Visit Our Store And Save During Our concession stand. [ '11 " ' '' I AI|OR DAY SAlE Meet|n@ will be held the first Man- I ( day night of each month except for the month of September. 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