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September 10, 1981

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~/~'~12A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 10, 1981 Texas Power & Light Company an- nounced today that it will begin its Residential Conservation Services (RCS) Program Oct. 3 designed to aid TP&L customers in their efforts to use the most cost-effective measures for conservation of energy in the home. According to Howard Watson, TP&L manager in Athens, TP&L's program, which must be requested by the customer, includes: (I) home energy audit-an extensive evaluation of how a home uses energy; (2) energy savings estimates-an evaluation of how much energy can be saved and what conservation ira- provements will cost; (3) materials, equipment and in- stallation information--asaistance in finding suppliers and contractors qualified to do the work; (4) financing information-assistance INA At Arkla SERVEL, we're so sure of , our gas air conditioners that we offer an unparalleled ten-year no sweat limited warranty. And for good reason. For reliability. For durability. And for the quality. Just another reason why Arkla SERVEL is in a class by itself. WITH GAS AIR CONDITIONING Ten year no sweat limited warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship on the sealed refrigerat0on unit for ten years from date of installation of the air conditioner when it is installed in a single family residence, Arkla Servel agrees to repair or replace such parts as are deemed defective when returned to Arkla prepaid, including a fixed labor allowance. Biggs Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning 489-0741 in finding a lender to finance energy conserving improvements on the home. "Our energy auditors are trained energy specialists who will explain how to reduce energy usage in the home," Watson said. "They will also discuss their findings with the homeowners and provide written information about each energy saving recommendation." Home energy audits will be scheduled during the next two years and TP&L will be notifying customers when audits are to be performed in a particular area. FRANK SMITH Funeral services for Frank Smith, 70, of Malakoff, were held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the First Baptist Church in Malakoff with the Rev. Robert E. Hedge of- ficiating. Burial was in Steen Cemetery under ,the direction of Brown's Mortuary of Malakoff. Mr. Smith died Thursday morning, Sept. 3, in a Fort Worth hospital after a short illness. He was bern in Navarre County and had lived in Henderson County and i Malakoff for many years. He was a retired farmer and was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Nettle Anderson Dawson of Malakoff, Mrs. Erma Fay Chance of Waxahachie, Mrs. Essie May Smith and Mrs. Eddie Mae Jackson, both of Malakoff; two sons, Freddie Smith of Dallas and William Frank Smith of Houston; two stepsons, Robert Lee Hicks and Willie B. Hall, both of California; two sisters, Mrs. Francie Lee and Mrs. Ollie Wright, both of DaUas; two brothers, George Smith of Fort Worth and J. W. Smith of Dallas. EMMA J. HARMON Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Jewel Tanner Harmon of Chandler were held at 1 p.m. Sunday in the Gen- try Temple Church of God in Christ with the Revs. Elder H. T. Jordon, Elder J. D. Hayter and M. Rider of- ficiating. Burial was in Mount Olive Cemetery in Frankston under the direction of Brooks-Sterling Funeral Home in Tyler. Mrs. Harmon died Thursday..mor- ning in a Houston hospital. She attended public school in Frankston. She was a member of Cuney Church of God in Christ and later moved her membership to Gentry Temple Church of God in Christ. She was a member of Heroines of Jericho, Court 440. Survivors include one son, Henry A. Harmon of Chandler; five daughters, Jessie Johnson of Dallas, Laura Water, Earnestine Hayter and Luella Harmon, all of Tyler, and Lillie Harmon of Chan- dler; three brothers, Ray L. Tanner of Frankston, Alber Tanner of Lubbock and Jimmy Tanner of Malakoff; three grandchildren and nieces and nephews. It's time for fall, and the soft, easy-going fashions ALL WEATHER of the season make everyday dressing m fun than ever! 'gS Coats are fitted this fall shoe-in values to show off your trim for gals figure. IJN FU rs for FALL Girls Size= Stol4 Sloum style Fall Van Huesen Campus hi to Looking for a shirt for your new fall suit? Large selection of styles and sizes. I) Individual fashions for men with distinctive tastes. Come see them! Fall Haggar & Curlee SU I TS...,p,, tailoring & outstanding fabrics all in the new fall colors. '99" ,o'1741'5 from Many styles in plain, patterns and plaids to choose from. I IIII I IIIIIII I "We will be sending more infor- mation about this service and an audit request card when it is time for audits to be performed in a specific neigh- borhood," Watson said. In the meantime TP&L is furnishing, through a bill insert, additional infor- mation about RCS and a list of energy saving practices which can help customers reduce home energy con- sumption immediately. "Texas Power & Light Company, for The Veterans Administration offers many aids and services for blind veterans. Among them are many low vision aids, guide dogs, talking books and sl~'elal adjustment training. Any VA office or medical center can provide details about eligibility and programs for the blind. many years, have provided programs to our customers that encourage wise energy use," Watson said. "RCS is the Bricks Cracked? Sills Rotten? 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