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Page 12 MALAKOFF NEWS-Oct. 28, 1976 application using the Melton property, to which the city has clear title. The Public Works Em- ployment grant, which covers complete costs, except land, is designed to provide employment in areas which fall below a specific employment figure. Hender- son County meets those criteria. The sketch shows entrances to the proposed civic center from Mitcham and Church Streets. Off- street parking for 14 cars is shown on Church Street. An 81 by 30 foot library is shown on the preliminary EXES from page one scheduled for 4:30 p.m. Friday through the down- town area. The parade will assemble and end at the Malakoff Elementary School. Malakoff's Tiger Band will lead the "parade. Melissa Spivey, president of the Malakoff Ex-Students Association, said numerous floats are being prepared by student clubs and classes as well as alumni for different years in the past. Alumni from 1938, 1948, 1958 and 1968 will be recognized during halftime activities at the Homecom- ing Game, Mrs. Spivey said. The coffee for Malakoff exes will take place immedi- ately following the game at the Elementary School Cafe- ria. A short business session of the Ex-Students Association will be held, and a table will be set up to register visitors and collect dues and contributions, she said. At the same time, high school students and their guests will be attending a student dance at Malakoff High's gym. An Malakoff's Band Club will get the Jump on their Saturday Halloween Carni- val by showing a horror movie in the High School auditorium after the game. Th movie, "The Mummy's Ghost," will be shown along with a three-cartoon carni- val, according to Marihelen Jetter, president of the Band Club. The same movie will be shown Saturday during the annual Halloween Carni- val at the High School. Mrs. Spivey paid tribute to local committees working on Homecoming activities, including Beverly Massin- gill, Melinda Monroe, Lane Perkins, Laverne Perkins and Judy Newman. She also thanked Ann Benton's typing class for addressing and stuffing envelopes sent to ex-students. Judges for the parade floats will be James Kerbo of Athens, Texas Power & Light district manager; Danny Teague of the Athens Review, and Sue Young- blood, mayor of Corsicana. As an added attraction at the reception, Sam Tanner will be showing old films of past Malakoff Tiger football teams. sketch, along with a 16 by 12 office and a 20 by 12 work room associated with the library. A large 37 by 22 foot conference room, and a smaller 20 by 20 reception room, presumably designed for use as a public meeting facility is included in the sketches. Municipal offices include a main city office room 30 by 22 feet, a 16 by 20 feet office, vault and storage facilities. A 14 by 24 foot city court room, a 16 by 12 police office and a 16 by 12 judge's office is provided, as well as a 30 by 36 foot fire engine room, a 25 by 12 work shop and a 10 by 12 ready room adjacent to the engine room. There is also a 12 by 24 foot lounge, a 12 by 8 foot kitchen, a 22 by 14 foot locker room, a men's and women's restroorn and a shower-toilet facility in ad- jacent to'* the fire station portion. If the grant for the proposed city municipal building is approved by EDA, construction would be scheduled to begin within 90 days. In other Monday night, Malakoff's council had scheduled a second and final public hearing on a new $100,000 HUD grant it is seeking for continued work on drainage problems in the West End No one showed up for the hearing, and the council signed the proper documents for making the application. Pat Burks of Thomas Barber & Associates briefed the council on the status of It's a good idea to label all the circuits in a fuse box. Do this by disconnecting irmitl one at a time and checking to see what doesn't work. ellUlllmen! olleralorsl Sizes 7-12 Here's a man's boot every step of the way! Rugged, handsome, ready for a roug__h day s work anytime. Easy on the feet, too. Stop in -- try on Pecos. KmBYS Medakoff, Texas the grant, and also presented a resolution for the council to approve pledging to endorse a fair housing code for Malakoff--a final require- ment for obtaining the $100,000 grant from HUD approved earlier this year. Burks also told the council that a $3,500 701 planning grant was inadequate to do complete planning for the city, and that he felt the city should spend an additional $2,000 or more to get complete data on city plan- COUNCIL :i:ii*ii;:::::::::::::: from page one ning because the information would be necessary for future grants from the federal government. The city had applied for a grant for a $15,000 study, but was given authorization for only $4,500, of which the city would have to pay $1,500. The city originally budgeted $5,000 of its own funds for the planning program. The study calls for a land use inventory of existing buildings and housing, a housing survey to identify housing needs and an environmental assessment of any proposed work under the terms of federal grants. Burks said the city should also obtain an ownership map of the city with a land-use overlay on that. he recommended that the city obtain an updated aerial map of the city and drew up an assessment of the goals and objectives for the city. Adding these things would set the city up to apply for more federal money, Burks said. During his mayor's report, Thompson reported on at- tendance at a recent public forum conducted by the Texas Water Development Board held at Tyler. tle said, after attending the hearing, he was convinced Malakoff and surrounding towns should, in the future, con- sider forming a separate taxing agency to provide a water treatment plant for the arem as the falling water tables would make "wells an obselete source of water in the next few years." He also told the council he was scheduling on the agenda for the next meeting acquisition of land for the city's proposed sewer treat- lent plant, and indicated he wanted the council to make a decision at that time. The city has been negoti- ating with Jerry Garrison for a site near the present plant off Highway 31 West, but no agreement has been reached. The city has also been unable thus far to get clearance from the railroad to cross the track without building a $40,000 crossing signal. Both matters are to be on the agenda of the first meeting in November, he said. Thompson also said that Sheesley-Winters is moving slowly on the sewer con- struction project, and that it would not be likely the job would be completed until some time in January or February. He said that would throw the firm beyond the time limits of its contract with the city. Thompson said he in- structed the city manager, John Lott, to enforce the city's contract with Sheesley-Winters, which calls for penalties for days beyond the terms of the contract. Misses Knit Cap & Scarf Sets ....... .s5 Sweaters ......... s.3" & up Mens Vinyl, Corduroy Wool Caps....SlU)T  Halloween Costumes, Masks, Ba :h Drug & Variety S & H Stamps ADD WARMTH TO YOUR OHRISTI GRrI'INM ORDER NOW AND GET 20% Off Order Early And Avoid The Rush alakoff am 107 W. CLOSE.OUT Below former nationally advertised prices / / TWIN SIZE WAS s89" NOW s58s ea. pc. Full Size ea. pc. $7S Was $109" ......... NOW Queen Size 60x80" ea. pc. 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