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14A--The Malakoff News,_._________ ._.__.. _. _.__~_ _____ _Thursday, Nov. 5, IN1 ii |.69 Value Value 2.99 ea. 3.80 Value After Dorothy Payne expressed her dislike for being moved from precinct four to precinct three, the com- m/ssioners decided to move the boundary line for precinct three and four from East Corsicana Street to East Tyler. Miss Payne resides on the south side of East Tyler. This change will keep the population count of each precinct within five percent of each other, according to Smyser. Before the plan can be officially the hearing has been set for Nov. 23 at 10 a.m. Dodson presented the court with three plans giving his reccomendation for the third. The main goal of the advisory committee was to achieve one man one vote in the reapportionment of the precinct lines. In other business, the County Auditor Thomas Simmons announced to the court that there will be no more money available in the general fund for November and December. Simmons said he discussed the possibility of a loan with a bank official who said a resolution with the signature of a county official would be needed before a loan could be given. When asked if money from the 1982 budget could be used (this deficit was included in the 1982 budget), Simmons said he did not know for sure because the court was late in setting the tax rate. The commissioners decided to pass over this issue until next Monday. The court also approved entering into a law suit with a landowner's son who has placed fence posts on a county road in precinct four, according to the County Attorney Allen Boswell. Boswell said the landowner's son was notified by certified marl to remove the posts, but there was no response. "It may be possible we won't need to go through with the law suit because the man might remove his posts by then," Boswell said. The court also decided to cast 835 of its 1,210 votes for Gwen Fulgham to be on the board of directors of the Hen- derson County AppraLsal District. According to County Clerk Joe Dan Fowler, 835 votes will insure an election to the board. I 100% nutritionally complete dog food 5 lb. 2.79 Value sUaPENIIION ANTACID LIQUID i? 0z lO0's TABLETS 3-pc. Cushion Grip I PLAYTEX LIVING GLOVES IL SOAP PADS Fruit of the Loom 2 for SU Shampoo or Conditioner SOUD AIR FRESHENERS 3.99 Vdlue 16 oz. 12.99 Value SURE Antiperspirant Spray 40Z, YARDLY LIQUID SOAP English Lavender Aloe Vera Cocoa Butter 8.25 oz. 125 sq. ft. ROLAIDS Antacid Tablets DIMETANE TABLETS 89 Value 75'S 24's The court will decide next Monday who will receive the remaining votes. NOV.7 FEED . SEED . SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL C OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insu See... Sue Bar 489_0520Malakoff510 w. GENERICS ~,~. ASK YOUR DRUG-SAV PH FOR THE MONEY SAVING [ VITAMIN C 500 mg. Tablet Natural Rose Hips lO0's 100 WATT 4'S lushc 4atcs Cover Girl Coordinate 2.75 Value VITAMIN 400 mg. Capsules SPECIAL HOME PERMANENT 6.99 Value SOAP DENTURECLEANSER 96 Tablet or 4" for odel 5520- 2 9.95 Revlon HAIR SPRAY FOR MEn 13 oz. Balsam & Protein Shampoo 16 oz. Soft Boll TyPe 7.49 Valu~ NOXZEMA Medicated SHAVE CREAM Regular or Menthol 11 oz. CLOSEeUP TOOTHPASTE 8.2 oz 11.5 oz. 2.25 Value