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Sept. 18, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 9 Dumping Is Getting Some Into Trouble Dumping along county roads is against the law. And several Malakoff area resi- dents have found out laxly. Judge Joe Faulk has charged several persons recently with the crime. The most recent one involved a three-day jail sentence, to be suspended provided the guilty party cleaned up the mess. ' Judge Faulk declared war on road litterers earlier this year after complaints reached him concerning the matter. He has succeeded in several cases in identifying the guilty party from letters, bills, and personal papers which were thrown away with the trash. Steady Chant, Watchful Eyes Accompany Bidding Process Fred Head To Address ction Sale Exciting, Colorful Uonsmb Herline the final days of preparation weather. And the catered their own enthusiasm to inch for an auction on this scale, lunch at the sale site, with all the color and First of all, the cattle had to chicken-fried steak, vege- of a county fair, be shipped to Creslenn Ranch. tables, tea, coffee, and beer. annual production Then work crews spent a day Finally, after introductions, the Alexander Ranch cleaning up the stock, explanations of procedures, took place right pregnancy-testing the cows, announcements and the like, !Henderson County, on and getting portable pens and Bert Reyes begins the familiar Ranch of Trini- chutes ready for the sale. A chant that brings the bidding huge tent was raised, and higher and higher. second annual sale, portable rest rooms set up. "Got five, fi, fi, fi, fi-fifty, to the public some Arrangements were made to fi-fifty, six, six, six, six, six, Simmentals, feed and water the stock, six-fifty, six-fifty, seven, to Texas after the Putting together a catalog seven, seven, seven...punc- president Creston thatlists moreabout each cow tuated by a staccato rapping reviewed sales of than the average family has as the bid changes, ever and discovered that recorded about their own upward, finally selling to this r cent of the sale ended children is a masterpiece of ranch or that. in Texas. So the record production in itself. The animal on the block is came to Then there's the tent to driven into the arena for all hold the auction under in case the bidders to see, and fascinating to watch of rain or unbearably hot stetsoned auction-workers eagerly watch sections of the crowd, frantically waving to SALE known bidders trying through on Summer Wear Including Large Sizes Also Sale on Western Wear Ladies Sports and Casual Wear Boosting The Bid Is Unique Technique Gifts Help Estate Planning State Rep. Fred Head will be guest speaker at the Malakoff Lions Club meeting tonight tThursday) at the Lions Den. He will discuss the pro- posed new state constitution which will be placed before voters in November. Potatoes refrigerated for a week may develop a sweet taste because some of their starch changes to sugar. I DAVIS RED BARN We want to express our deep appreciation to every- one for our wonderful re. ception last weekend. We shall continue to bring to you our customers, quality furniture at di'scount bargains. & Mildred Davis and greater needs. StTch gifts also lower the value of your estate at death, thus reducing federal estate tax. Making large gifts and paying a gift tax may even be beneficial, since gift tax rates are only three-fourths of estate death tax rates. Every individual. has a specific lifetime exemp- tion of $30,000 as far as gifts are concerned. In addition, there is an annual exclusion of $3,000 without paying a gift tax. 00arn - Furniture DINETTE SALE 7 pc. set Modern s158 Lamps From r 7 pc. set Spanish s158 5 pc. set s58 7 pc. set s98 Table Lamps Choice of 35 Styles sss+ FURNITURE Open 9:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Tuesday Thru Saturday 887-8086 274 ANN FILARY Seven Points Food Fare Next to Oarden's Truck Center Giving property or other assets of an estate while still living has numerous advant- ages, says an economist for the Texas Agricultural Exten- sion Service. It allows you to help younger people who usually have lower incomes 50-Cent Sale Subscribe To The Malakoff News DURING SEPTEMBER the bid ever higher. And as a hand is waved, or a nod given, they relay the new bid infor- mation to Bert or Ruben Reyes or Henry Elder. Bidders came from as far away as Kansas and Tenn- essee to the second annual sale. And many came pre- pared to haul their purchases away, with long trailers dis- playing their ranch brand parked along the narrow ranch road. It was a great show, whether you were in the market for a Simmental or not. And like the circus it resembles. Sunday, the auction folded its tent, dis- mantled its pens, and drove away .... Next week it's another sale in another town, with another lot of cattle... Participants Look At The Stock In The Ring from page one the monthly report to the because they are not a part of requiring all students enrolled board. Some of the grant the operating budget, Murray in athletics to purchase the funds were not being shown said, and the cafeteria report group insurance subscribed t, had been omitted in the past by the board, at a cost of $6 at the request of the board, per school year. Henson, and The first 1975-76 monthly some other parents, had corn- financial report, to be presen- plained that the insurance ted at the next regular board duplicates coverage held by meeting, will reflect changes them already. The board in reporting methods, he said. voted to continue the policy in The board heard Robert order to insure the school McCleary, who asked the protection from liability. trustees for help in relieving a flooding situation at his Also discussed by the board property adjacent to the was the increased cost of Elementary School. He said producing the annual, and that runoff from the campus whether or not to continue to was causing a serious flooding carry the elementary school and washing problem at his section. No decision was made home. Board President Clay pending a report from Jack Estes appointed Jimmy Benton on costs with and Mattingly, Sam Tanner and without the elementary And Get A Gift Subscription For A Friend, Relative, or Neighbor Royce Massingill to study the students included. situation and report back Depositions will begin to be ONLY 50 CENTS  . The board also discussed a taken intheschooldistrict's complaint by Howard Henson lawsuit over taxes'the week of concerning the board policy Sept. 22, Murray announced. For just a few cents over half-price, you can have the Malakoff News Delivered to your address oveff week, and at the same time send it to a friend, relative or neighbor. " " "-uumne.rropane Gas PHONE 489-0531 Service-Tanks For RIGHT NOW To Get Your Subscdblion Started Next Week! 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