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The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. I0, 1NI-..@A Home of the PLnL Trinity River Jamboree 6y Mrs. W. C. Fleming, Jr. 41-H members and Sept. 10, 7 p.m. at oin. project was the auction barn in on Saturday, Livaudis and with Lillian Mr. and Mrs. Red Gilbert of Mineral Wells visited last Monday with Lone Star and Enserch friends. Clyde Rose returned to the V.A. hospital in Dallas on Wednesday. Jo and family members visited with him on Friday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Edwards visited over week with their children, Tim and Melissa Edwards. Maxine Green, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Green and girls visited in Jacksonville over holiday. the home of Floyd have been Jerry Worth and and aunt of Car- Council sets Clean-up goal Carter were in Ft. Trinidad city council has set a goal to of Jim's dad on improve the environment of our city therefore we respectfully request your b the First Baptist cooperation by yielding to the specifications of our city ordinance on Mr. J. C. McCallum, age 92, of Nacogdoches. Burial was in Dallas. Bible Study The Ladies' Bible Study met in the home of Mrs. Dorothy Harrison Sept. 1, 9:30 a.m. with 13 members present. Mrs. Fleming gave the announcements followed by prayer by Mrs. Bobble Engle. Mrs. Bama Miller gave the lesson from Hebrews, chapter 6 and 7. Those attending were Buela Mae Trotman, Getrude Stanfield, Gladys Yates, Gladys Randall, Bobble Engle, Bama Miller, Marion Williams, Leon Warren, Myrtle Cude, Edith Young, Jewel Uhrlch, Dorothy Harrison, Clears Fleming. Refreshments of cake, cookies, punch, coffee were served. Arlene ;Jozeman of Lufkin visited with Hazel and Alex Johnston. Geri Sullivan visited with parents last decorated by Georgia Davis. Ryan also of Chandler visited Sunday afternoon daughters of Henderson visited with rode in front with his father, with parents, Helen and Frenchie. Robbie Floyd and attended the Kerens Mr. and Mrs. Wade French, Sid, Amy Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cheatwood and Centennnial. ~i:ii:i(! i :% Glenda Johnston letter and Wesley junk. If you are located in a business Monday. a of faith and will area you are requested to either Glen and Pete Pulley of Terrellvisted remove all junk from premises or with Myrtle and Freddie Cude. They " / are getting ready for family Cude placed in Firstconceal same by erecting a fence at ~day, Sept. 6 by least six (6') feet high to screen the reunion in Houston at Odell Cude home. =laze on their llth premises from view by the public, and Many of our school teachers returned said fence in a neatly painted condition to their homes on their Labor Day " e been elected for and no Junk of any character or parts or weekend. ' machinery of any kind shall be allowed Ray, Jan}e, Daniel Standfield of + and Jean Nicklas to remain outside of fence. The fence is Granbury visited over weekend in to be by council approval. Kerens and Trinidad with parents. " 'Jennifer Reed, who All junk of any kind in residential Bro. Tim Edwards gave a good + m Whitney to the' area shall be moved. Our ordinance sermon Sunday morning, "Am I Living e onMcEntire, specifies all junk such as abandoned the Gosvel." L ry Joyce Arnold, automobiles, machinery or parts, The family day and volleyball will be a municipal court thereof, all building materials that can Saturday, Sept. 19, from 9 a,m. tit 5 9, 10, 11, 12. harbor rats or insects, or snakes. Any p.m. at Holmes Chapel in Palestine. dgns have been thing that interfers with the orderly Trinidad United Methodist volleyball g. 31. These are mowing of weeds on the premises must team is ready. the main street, i be moved. Everett French (French}e) returned stop at all stop l police, CharlesI We wish to thank each and everyone home from Medical Center, Tyler, on TRINIDAD PRINCIPAL BENNIE KING accepted a check for $250 from members of the Brownie Troop Friday. The money Saturday after having surgery. of you for your supper in aiding us to will be used for new playground equipment at Trinidad School. Left to right Is Kristy Hubbard, Tolesa Love Polk, Wendy achieve our goal. Sincerely Mayor You a ticket which i Frances Ann Edgar of Universal City Glaze, Carrie Bankston, Jennifer Jenkins and Marie Bichell. (Staff Photo by Stacy Dunacusky) visited with her father, Herb Saunders. blinker light neart ErnestL. Jenkins. Frances got her job at Navarre Mills Attach tag to child ------- --=--=----- The Booster Club met Tuesday, Sept. and will be moving and living in so be very careful 1, 7 p.m. with Don Arnold conducting Trinidad with her father. Littleboy, little girl lost? area around our the meeting. Four new members were Attach a metal ID tag to your young l::n- Ill V.,.. r[rmurx N,., , .~1 MII |UU| ~ ~ 1 r to stop at each added. The ads for the football program New business child s shoelace to help prevent him or .. ..... school for your have been gotten by members and her from getting lost on vacation or Co[[ UID'Oll] Athens Miller visited in programs printed. The Booster Club is Trinidad's newest business is the shopping trips, says Dorthy Taylor, a in charge of the football concession Jiffy Mart that opened Saturday, Sept. family life education specialist. stand and money from this project has 5. The Jiffy Mart is located on Highway Taylor is part of the home economics paid for in the past few years a washer, 31 with hours 6 a.m. til 10 p.m. The staff of the Texas Agricultural Exten- 2,{ OUCS 7 Days dryer for football team, ice machine for owner is Glenn Warren with Judysion Service, The Texas A&M Univer- school, vide-camera for school, gym Standffer running the store and gas sitySystem. A Day A VVee bags for girls, a camera lens for annual pumps. Glenn has a nice grocery store, was born staff, camera for school, water bottles a game room and will be selling bar- ,, Utah. for team. bocue sandwiches. We bad a sample of and Mrs. Ran Our chief of police, Charles Naff, has the good barbecue on Saturday. Welcomed by her been attending the Texas Law School in Many Trinidad residents attended Mr. Athens. Kerens Centennial celebration over the Trinidad and Rev. Dick Griffin of Marble Falls was weekend in Kerens. We enjoyed the Tucker, Cer- by on Thursday for a visit at school with parade, which had our Trinity River 312 Underwood Street* Athens, Texas principal James McDaniel and friends, queen, Kim Cludy of Kerens, Junior We install and service complete gas systems Beaumont, friend The Calvary Baptist Church began Miss Krystal Davis and Little Miss Emily their new church year on Sept. 6. New Melessia Renteria riding in the hack of * Sell or Lease Propane Tanks * with Otis and officers and teachers will begin their Monde Renteria's pickup which was work. Following the evening worship service the Lord's Supper was ob- above the spending limit |'ROPOSITION NO. 6 of Houston served, provided by Article VIII, ON TIIE BALLOT son Sld On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Section 22, of the Texas Kerens 100th Wright's niece and friend from Dallas Constitution would be llouse Joint Resolution BRIEF EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SPECIAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 3, 1981 visited with them. placed in a Water Assis- 81 authorizes the govern- visited in GrandMany people of our community en- tance Fund to be used as ing body of a county, city, joyed their Labor Day hollday visiting, provided by law, includ- school district or other Sept. Bro. Oscar Brantley received an ing projects for water de- political subdivisions to 11, Eustace, injury to his foot while mowing the yard velopment and conserva-exempt from taxation a here, Saturday evening. He was taken to the tion, water quality en- portion of the market hancement, and flood value of a , residence Scurry, emergency room, Cersicana at 6:00 control purposes or any homestead. The portion there; p.m. after hitting curb on tractor combination of these pur- exempted may be as here, mower, overturning mower and cuttlng PROPOSITION NO. I resolve a boundary dis-poses, much as 40% for 1982- his foot, chipping bone and great loss of ON THE BALLOT |)ute. This amendment The amendment also 1984; for 1985-1987; Palmer, there, blood. He is home and will be on will not apply to land provides $500,000,000 of and 20':~ for 1988 and af- Cayuga, crutches for a while. Senate Joint Resolutionwhich has been deter- the general credit of the ter. The amount of an ;game, Cross The cheerleaders, Michelle Fugate, s proposes a constitution- mined to be state-ownedstate to guarantee bonds exemption may not be open. Vicki Bell, Kristi Jones, Louise Horn- al amendment that wouldby a court of competentissued in commercial mar- less than $5,000 unless boyson the buckle and Barbara Livingston lead the allow the legislature to jurisdiction or that has a kets by local political sub- the legislature by general lost their pep rally in yells at Friday aRernoon's authorize cities, townsproductive st'ate mineral divisions, including cities, law prescribes other pep rally before going to Leon for night and other taxing units to lease on the effective date counties, and special dis- monetary restrictions on game. The majorettes, Lisa Ardion, grant exemptions from ad of the amendment, tricts. The amendment al- the amount of the exemp- OOtball Amy Rounsavall, Jennifer Chandler valorem taxes on an un-The proposed amend- lows amounts to be es- tion. An eligible adult is and new maJorette LauriBradley dida productive, umh,rdevel- ment wilt appear on the tablished to decrease orallowed to receive other team schedule nice routine. The band did a great job oped or blighted area in ballot as follows: "The retire state debt, which is applicable exemptions order to encourage its de- constitutional amend- defined as that debt se-provided by law. An ex- 17, Dawson, on their playing. James McDaniel gave velopment, The amend- merit authorizing the cured by the full faith ception is made where ad here, 6:00; the closing prayer, ment would also allow thecommissioner of the anti credit of the state, valorem tax has previous- h00; Oct. 15,Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips visited legislature to authorize a(;eneral Land Office to The amendment would ]y been pledged for the 22, Palmer, in West Teras. city or town to issue issue patents for cer-raisethe interest that payment of debt. ~,6:00; Phil Reagan had recent surgery in bonds or notes to finance tain 1)uhlic free school couldbe paid on autho- 6:00. Coach Doctor's Hospital in Dallas and is in this development and to fund [and held in goodrized, but unissued, bonds The amendment further out and isseriousconditlon, pledge future increases in faith under color of title guaranteed by the full directs the legislature to News was reported on the death of ad valorem tax revenues fOF at least 50 years as faith and credit of the require that notice be ~iv- from the property in such of November 15, 1981." state from 69~ to 12~.~.en to property owners of areas to rel)aY these The proposed amend- a reasonable estimate of honds or notes, merit will appear on the tax on their property in The proposed amend- I'R()lq),~ITI()N N(). 3 })allot as follows: "The certain situations. ment will appear ell the ON TIlE BAIJ+OT constitutional amend- ballot as follows: "The ment authorizing the The proposed amend- constitutional amem[- ilouse Joint Resolution use of a portion of themerit will appear on the merit to authorize cities, 38 proposes a constitu- excess revenues of the })allot as follows: "The towns, and other taxingtional amendn~ent that state for water devel- constitutional amend- units to encourage the would emd)le the legisla- opment, water censer- ment authorizing a po- improvement, deveh)p- ture to grant to a state vat}on, water quality litical subdivision to ment, or redevehq)nmnt finance management corn- enhancement, and flood provide property tax of certain areas through mitt~'e the authority to control purposes; au- relief forowners of property tax relief andmalm:e state funds, thor}zing the use of theresidence homesteads the issuance of honds Funds constitutionally state's credit, not to and changing certain and notes." dedicated to specific put- exceed five hundred property tax admini- poses would not be sub- million dollars, to guar- strative procedures." ject to ('omn)ittee man- antee the bonds of ci- on new Masse tractors, combines, PROPO~ITION NO. 2 agement. The committee ties, counties, towns, hay tools and industrial machines. ON TIlE BALLOT would I)e con)posed of the and other units of local I ROt OSITION NO. 7 House Joint liesolution Governor, IAeutenant Gov-government in the fi- ON TIlE BALIA)T 117 t)roposes a constitu- ernor, Speaker of the nancing of projects for tional amendment that llouse of Representatiw, s, such purposes; increas- ttouse Joint Resolution would authorize a person('hairman of the Sen- ing the interest rate .! proposes a constitution- to receive a patent to land ate Finance Committee, that may be paid on al amendment that would .#~t, from the Commissioner of Chairman of the l[ouse previously approved, authorize the Veterans' the General l,and OfficeAi)prol)riations (~ommit- but unissued, state Land Board to issue and under certain conditions, to(,. Chair,nan of the Sen- bonds; and authorizing sell an additional $250,- Application for the patent ate' State Affairs Corn- a program to retire 000,000 in bonds increas- nmst be made within fivemittee, and the (;hairman state bonds." ing the Veterans' Land years from approval of of the lh)use of Repre- l"und's total bond is- the amendment. The la~,tsentatives Ways and suance authorization from must be surveyed, publicMeans Committee. I'ROI)O ITION N{). 5 $700,000,000 to $950,000,- The proposed amend- ()N "rilE BAI,I,OT .I)t). The amendment of Don't wait This offer ends October 31, free school land not 1)re- 1981. Come in now and find the great viously patentable. The nwnt will appear on would increase the max}- the ballot as follows: llouse Joint Resolution mum interest payable by aqu,p, deal you've been looking for It's person must have a t,rop- "The constitutional49 proposes a constitution- the state on these bonds Make-A-Deal time right now, erly recorded deed to the al amendment that would land, which he acquired amemhnent to allow from ti'~ to 10~;, and without knowledge of the tlw legislature to grant exempt livestock and permit an even higher patent defect and which to a state fiuance man-poultry from taxation. }'ate, if specifie(i by the title he and his predeces-agement committee the Currently, farm productslegislature. Mm.,vF*rg.eo- sors in interest have heldpower to manage the in the hands of the pro- Now more than ever, for at least 50 years. Theexpenditure of certain ducer and family supplies The proposed amend- Massy makea sense, person an(] his predeces- appropriated funds." arefr exempt.heine and farm use ballotment willas follows:appear on,,Thethe sors in interest n)ust The proposed amend- constitutional amend- ) ) have continuously claimed I RO| OSlTION NO. 4 ment will appear on thement authorizing the the land and paid the {)N Tile BALIA)T ballot as follows: "Theissuance of additional 103 N. 7th St. taxes for at least 50 >,ears constitutional amend- bonds to finance the This amendment does llouse Joint I{esohttion ment to provide for theveterans' land program not apply to })each land, 6 proposes a constitutional inclusion of livestock and to increase the submerged land, or is- amendment that would and poultry with farm maximum interest rate Corsicana lands. An applicant may provide that one-half of products as exempt allowable on veterans' not use this provision to the surplus tax revenues from taxation." lan~ f~lnd bonds."