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:i~ :i~ i!: ..... ~: was surprised when the T.Team arrived at a Trinidad Trojan pep rally last week. Members of the with gold hair adorned with blue T's were high school secretary Ann Holcomb, Bill Hamm, superinten. and Kent Cochran high school principal. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) COUNCIL OFFICERS for 1983-84 at Cross Roads High School are: Matt Andlng, treasurer; Pydl Holmes, president; Teresa Porter, Rhonda Eggleston, vice president; and Scotty Drummond, Sponsor for the group Is Barbara Stone. (Courtesy photo) not deaf! can't understand Some words." this is your problem ... I lhlberg Miracle-Ear II answer. 'CORDSsNO TUBESoNO WIRES not everyone con be hel I aid but Miracle-Ear I moyl unit fits comforgobly in cords, no tubes, no wires Y ~lip it in your ear. hear more clearly people soy. if Miracle-Ear II you. l DIFFERENCE- ~lly Hit. 8:30 o.m.- 4:00 p.m. ClOud Tu . by Igg AID Shopping Ctr. Hwy. 175 425-4086 Hendereon adjoining counties 0il and 6as Flowing 2,673,000 CF natural gas per day on a 1.5-in. choke, the No. 3 T.H. Wallace has been brought on line in Henderson County's Tri-Cities Field five miles southwest of Athens. The well was rated at 5,796,000 CFD on absolute open flow. Enserch Exploration of Athens is the operator. Wlth drillsite in a 352-acre lease in the Santos Sylvester Survey, the well is the fourth active producer in the lease. It bottomed at an even 10,000 feet and will produce from perforations ranging from 8,480 to 9,480 feet in the Lower Travis Peak Formation. A wildcat operation near the Mount Sylvan community in northwest Smith County has met an unhappy ending. W.E. Richey and VVoight Oil of Tyler have plugged and abandoned their No. 1 Essie McFadden 1.9 miles northwest of the Mount Sylvan townsite. It bottomed dry at 7,707-ft. TD after being spudded July 7 in the Daniel Barcroft Survey. * HL&P from page one an available 38,100 acres of lignite, a portion of which will be used to fuel the Malakoff Generating Station. The current requirement for lignite supply for the Malakoff EGS will involve mining 8,774 surface ha (21,400 surface ac). . . Over the proposed 35-year me of me project, an average of 611 surface acres will be mined each year. Land reclamation operations will begin with mining oeprations and continue through a complete soil reconstruction and revegetation sequence. Con- sidering the area cleared prior to mining, the active pit area and area of ungraded overburden, a total of 1,000 acres, may be disturbed at any one point in time. In the area to be mined, vegetation will be removed prior to actual mining operations. During mining the surface soil and overburden will be removed to the level of the lowest recoverable lignite seam. The material removed during mining will be placed in a previously mined pit and graded. Thus, all cultural resources sites within the direct impact area, not previously mitigated, will be destroyed. Mine facilities will be located in four separate areas: two for equipment erection, one for lignite handling and the other for storage, permanent mine personnel and maintenance facilities. The proposed equipment erection site includes an access road, a graded area for erection of the dragline, a warehouse and shop building, trailers for temporary office and bathhouse, parking ureas for equipment and vehicles and an area for utilities. Permanent mine facilities will in- clude an office with bathhouse, a shop and warehouse building, parking areas for equipment and vehicles, an outside storage urea, a diked fuel storage area, a fueling area, a truck hopper with crusher and conveyor to live storage. Another conveyor will transport lignite from live storage to the Malakoff EGS plant site. Lignite handling facilities will consist of a truck dump, coal breakers, con- veyors, live storage and dead storage pile. The lignite handling facility will have a total capability of 4,000 tons per hour. Haul trucks will dump lignite into one of two hoppers, each having 150-ton capacity. The coal will fall by gravity into one of two feeder breakers which consist of chain conveyors and lignite breakers. Breakers crush the lignite from run-of.mine size to the required 0 to6in, size. Following a 30-day public review of the EIS, the agency will make a final decision on a permit for operation of the two projects. The insulated aluminum roof system that's custom tailored to your home, carefully installed over present roof by Sears Authorized Installers. INSULATES to keep you warmer in winter, cooler in summer SAVES YOU MONEY soon pays for itself by lowering your utility bills STOPS LEAKS to protect your furnishings, end roof coating FOR FREE ESTIMATE OALL JOHN BOWEN You clm trust your Imme to kan. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Most merchand,se ava,lable I 607 E. Tyler thens. 675-9193 for p,ck-up w tr in a few days l Athens 489-1372 s Rs. ROEBUCK AND CO. .I The Mslakea News, l"aunday, Oct. N, IN --I e Trinidad School trustees accepted ce of the field on the north side. on a call-out basis rather than with a'~ a bid from Red Dot for a 16' X 24' The only other bid for the building maintenance policy. ' ~ storage building for use at the football was from G. B. Graham Construction In other actionthe board approved ai' field during a meeting Monday night, for $6,111. new policy of issuing service award~ to The building cost will be $4,116 plus an A motion was else approved to employees and purchased an IBM additional mount for 2" insulation and provide repair work to the teacherage, computer for use in the school office. : two additional skylights. The new Work wiH be dune on the bathroom , roof Superintendent Bill Harem reported building will be placed near the entran- and a new paint Job will be added, to the board that sewer line work in the Trustees also voted to revise the back of the school plant:has been cam- East Texas board policy manual, to have the 1970 pleted. He also advised the board the Chevrolet bus sent to the Texas Depar- new school Ford van has been damaged; Nutrition Menu o, co ,o. , oma That m t* r ha. and to have air conditioner work done been turned over to the authorities. October 24-October 2g Monday-Chicken fried steak with gravy, new potatoes, green salad, roll, margarine, fruit cocktail, milk or tea. Tuesday-Turkey ham, buttered spinach, fried okra, wheat bread, margarine, apple sauce, milk or tea. Wednesday-Pinto beans with ham, turnip greens, breaded tomatoes, cor- nbread, margarine, cobbler, milk or tea. Thursday-Roast beef with natural gravy, creamed potatoes, green beans, hot rolls, margarine, tapioca pudding, milk or tea. Friday-Chicken and dumplings, fried squash, margarine, chef's choice cake, milk or tea. Band Parent Club to present Carnival The Malakoff Band Parent Club and Tiger Band will present a carnival at Malakoff Elementary School Saturday, Oct. 29, from 5 to 8 p.m. The fund raising event will benefit the Malakoff Tiger Band. There will be games, food and prizes for all to enjoy. Also, a prize will be presented to the boy and girl, ages 5 through 12, judged to be "best costume." 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