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? ii( ! ........... Page 6- MALAKOFF NEWS. Nov. 20, 1975 50th ANNIVERSARY -- Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Gunnels of Rt. 1, Athens will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver- sary in theic home at the Bleed A Little, Save A Life PUBLIC NOTICE #26 AN ORDINANCE FIXING AND DETERMINING THE GENERAL SERVICE RATE TO BE CHARGED FOR SALES OF NATURAL GAS TO RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL CONSUMERS WITHIN THE CITY LIMITS OF STAR HARBOR, HENDER- SON COUNTY, TEXAS, AND PROVIDING FOR THE MANNER IN WHICH SUCH RATE MAY BE CHANGED, ADJUSTED AND AMENDED. BE IT ORDAINED BY THE BOARD OF ALDER- MEN OF THE CITY OF STAR HARBOR: SECTION 1. Effective with the f'wst gas bills rendered from and after thirty [30] days from the date of final passage of this ordinance, the maximum general service rate for sales of natural gas rendered to residential and commercial consumers within the city limits of Star Harbor by Lone Star Gas Company, a Texas corporation, its suc- cessors and assigns, is hereby fixed and determined as follows: First l 000 Cu. Ft. or Fraction Thereof $3.1277 Gross; $2.8149 Net. Next 3 000 Cu. Ft. at $1.6499 Per Mcf Gross; $1.4849 Per Mcf Net. Next 6 O00 Cu. Ft. at $1.5499 Per Mcf Gross; $1.3949 Per Mcf Net. Next 15 000 Cu. Ft. at $1.4832 Per Mcf Gross; $1.3349 Per Mcf Net. Next 75 000 Cu. Ft. at $1.4388 Per Mcf Gross; $1.2949 Per Mcf Net. Over 100 000 Cu. Ft. at $1.4054 Per Mcf Gross; $1.2649 Per Mcf Net. No gas bill will be rendered to any residential or commer- cial consumer served under the above rate not consuming any gas during any monthly billing period, except that where customer's only use for gas service is in an outdoor grill and/or a fireplace starter, the amount shown for the first consumption block shall constitute a minimum monthly bill. ADJUSTMENTS The amount of each net monthly bill computed at the above-stated rates shall be subject to the following adjustments: Plus or minus the amount of any increase or decrease, respectively, above or below the $1.0399 per Mef level in the intracompany city gate charge as authorized by the Railroad Commission of the State of Texas or other regulatory body having juris- diction for gas delivered to Lone Star Gas Company's distribution system for sale to residential and tmmmercial consumers where such changes are caused by incTeases or decreases in the cost of gas purchased by the Company; plus an amount equivalent to the proportion- ate part of any new tax, or increased tax, or any other. governmental imposition, rental, fee or charge [except state, county, city and special district ad valorem taxes and taxes on net income] levied, aumed or imped .ubse- Crescent Heights Community on Snday, Nov. 23. Nieces of the couple, Mrs. Thurman Fuller and Mrs. Danny Tinny will honor them with open house. Friends and relatives are invited to attend between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnels were married at Kerens, Texas in the home of a Methodist minister, the Rev. A.B. Keen on Nov. 21, 1925. PUBLIC NOTICE quent to July 1, 1975, upon or allocable to the Company's distribution operations, by any new or amended law, ordinance or contract. Each gross monthly bill shall be adjusted proportionately. Company, at its option, may forego the application of any adjustment if such adjust- ment would result in an increase in the monthly bill; however, failure of Company to apply any adjustment shall not constitute a waiver of Company's right from time to time, or at any time, to make any adjustment, in whole or in part, in any subsequent cur- rent monthly bill that may be applicable to such bill. Net rate shall apply to all bills paid within ten days from monthly billing date; gross rate shall be applicable thereafter. The above rate is applicable to each residential and com- mercial consumer per meter per month or for any part of a month for which gas is used at the same location. In addition to the aforesaid rates, Company shall have the right to collect such reason- able charges as are necessary to conduct its business and to carry out its reasonable rules and regulations in effect. SECTION 2. The rate set forth in Section 1 may be changed and amended by either the City or Company furnishing gas in the manner provided by law. Service hereunder is subject to the orders of regulatory bodies having jurisdiction, and to the Company's Rules and Regula- tions currently on file in the Company's office. SECTION 3. It is hereby found and determined that the meeting at which this ordinance was passed was open to the public, as required by Texas law, and that advance public notice of the time, place and purpose of said meeting was given. PASSED AND AP- PROVED on this the 11 day of November A.D., 1975. ATTEST: Cathy Pretorius Secretary Roy W. Shipp Mayor, City of Star Harbor, Texas 'In God We Trust' Set At First Baptist In a day when national heroes have become suspect and many American tradi- tions discarded as threadbare, the Ken Anderson Films organization suggests another option in a feature motion picture entitled "In God We Trust", which will be shown at the First Baptist Church of Malakoff at 7 p.m., Wednes- day, Nov. 26. Through the experiences of a conservative senator badly beaten at the polls by his liberal opponent, "In God We Trust" re-examines America's early beginnings. "Christ- ianity-and patriotism aren't necessarily synonymous," the ex-senator says, "but they certainly can be compatible!" There was a day. the senator discovers, when the Supreme Court upheld a motion declaring this country to be a Christian nation. Across the pages of history, he further verifies, singular evidences of divine interven- tion attended the spawning and developing years of the new nation. Together with his two grandsons, the defeated politician takes a close look at American memorabilia. They visit the traditional shrines of our nation's early history, examining documents which attest to Biblical faith in the lives of multitudes of the founding fathers. As they travel, the group picks up a hitch-hiker. Highly dubious of the senator's opinions, he provides a sprightly catalyst for the patriotic pilgrimage. Walter Louis Jackson is in charge of the program. Barbara Robertson Thomas Weds Billy Lee Gunnells Mr. and Mrs. Rollen C. Robertson of Combine, Tex.. announce the marriage of their daughter, Barbara Robertson Thomas to Billy Lee Gunnels of Trinidad. The couple was married Nov. 12 at the Malakoff home of the bride's parents. Atten- dants were Markey West- brook, Rhonda Robertson, sister of the bride; Shelly and Melinda Gunnels, daughters of the groom. David Bankston was the best man. A reception was held fol- lowing the ceremony for a small group of friends and relatives. iii ,brary Report 00iii Beginning this week, the Maiakoff News will carry" a regular report of new books or books of interest on a regular basis, as compiled by Mrs. J.A. McLain, acting librarian. American history books being featured this week include: The Founding Fathers, Thomas Jefferson; Give Me Liberty, American Heritage; America Explored, Adrian Johnson; The Pioneers, Huston Horn; Black Re-Con- struction in America, W.B. DuBois: Yellowstone, Ruth Kirk; A Woman's View of American History, June Sochen; Folk Songs of North America. All these titles are new books received free this year from the state. Other books include: This is America's Wilder; Building America, The Civil War, American Heritage; The Pioneer Spirit, American Heritage; Look at America. Look; The Black Man in America, David Reimers; History of the United States, Story of America, Harlow; The Meaning of the American Revolution, Dan Lacy; a very timely book, The United States and the Far East. Also books concerning U.S. relationship with Germany, Japan, China, Latin America, England and Russia. The world Lady comes from the Anglo-Saxon word for "bread-maker." It's A Right Purty Necklace Zaka! I'll Have It Insurad Today With Malakoff Insurance Agency 226 N. Terry St.- Phone 489-0512 Jerry Garrison Insurance Agent PHILLIPS APPLIANCES CONTESTANT -- Miss Marilyn Lee Asher of Athens will represent 18 counties in this area at the Texas Farm Bureau Queen Contest Dec. 1 at the Convention Theater in San Antonio. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garland E. Asher, Marilyn will compete with 11 other district winners for the state crown. She is the reigning Henderson County and District 5 Queen. Selec- tion of the 1976 queen is one! of the activities scheduled forl Texas Farm Bureau's 42nd annual convention. The state winner will receive expenses for herself and a matron escort to attend the American Farm Bureau Federation[ convention to be held in St. Louis January 4-8. Give A Pint Of Blood Saturday La Nita Beauty Shop To Move La Nita Beauty Shop, operated by Mrs. George Riddlesperger, will be moving soon, it was disclosed this week. Work began Monday on remodeling a building owned- by George Riddlesperger on North Terry, and when the job is completed, the beauty shop will move, it was announced. )p ..... The ancient Greeks believed that they would acquire in- spiration by sleeping with laurel leaves under their pillows. "We hope to be in the new location before Christmas," George Riddlesperger said. "We feel this move will be another move toward lifting the face of the Riddlesperger present location crowded, move. DUNLAP Anything You Need Malakoff INVITATION to Lake Area Residents & You are cordially invited to become aquainted with, and have confidence in, and buy from Daiches Jewelers CORSICANA (1918) Maudce Rosen, OwnerManag (1946) To know your Jeweler, consult with our banker, your neighbors, your local established businesses, Dun- Bradstreet, Jewelers Board of Trade. Then, Come See Us. Corsicana - Since 1918 216 N. Beaton Street J] Collect Calls Accepted Ph. 214-874-8279 Trade-Winds - Since Bounty View Drive Ph. 214432-2269 / Keeping one step ahead of the growth in your community is an important part of providing good telephone service. When a new family moves to town, they understandably want telephone service right away. And, in most cases, we're able to provide that service because we've anticipated their arrival by build- ing facilities sufficient for growth in the community. However, sometimes we're not able to provide the type of service you'd like as soon as we'd like. When this does hap- pen, we appreciate your understanding and your patience. Our goal is to give every subscriber the service he wants just as soon as it's practical. In some areas, such as those surrounding new housing or business developments, we may have to m.ake a major invest- ment for facilities in order to provide even basic service. Naturally, it's neces- sary for us to borrow funds for these facilities, as for any major construction project; and the interest rates we are now paying are the highest in the com- pany's history. All of this plann.ing requires considerable investment in terms of money, equip- ment and personnel. But we think it's necessary to give our customers adequate service and to encourage the growth of your community. llll00Gulf States- United Telephone UNITED TELEPHONE SYSTEM