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rage IZ-tVlALAKOFF NEWS-Nov. 20, 1975 i .................................................................................................. ............... Harbor Lines ...................... iFi, Subscribe To The News New business ventures are planned by two Star Harbor families. Pat and Bill Atte- berry have formed a partner- ship with Stu and Jan Thorpe of Key Ranch Estates and are opening "The General Store" in Malakoff. Furture plans include hardware and sporting goods, and a wide selection of Citizen Band radios and parts. Jerry Barclay is managing the CB shop which is already open for business. The General Store is in the building formerly occupied by the Malakoff Marine Supply. this week on a laundromat- coin dry cleaning facility in Malakoff which will be owned and operated by Jeanne and David Walker. The business will be located next to the new Navarro Savings and Loan building on Highway 31 and will have all the latest equip- ment and improvements, Jeanne promises. Construction has begun on two new homes in Star Harbor. Joe and Mary Girard anticipate their house will be finished in about three months....but it'll be almost a year before the fabulous home family is completed. The Piers' home will be situated on one of the most beautiful sites on Cedar Creek Lake. Max and Cathy Pretorius have finally seen the com- pletion of their major re modeling project. Cathy got sawdust vacuumed out of her carpet just in time to welcome lr sister, Mrs. Dale Smith, from Wabash, Ind. Mrs. Smith returned home last Thursday. Dave Ramsey and Duke Doyle Trusler have been on a hunting trip to Camp San Ground Breaking begins planned by the Roy E. Piers' Saba with four friends from ;.-:..:.:.::.:.:;:.:....:.:.:....::.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.:.::.::.::.::.:::.:.::.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.::.:.:.::.:.:.::.:.:::.:.:::..:.:.:.:.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.::.:.:.:.:......v. ,% ......... , .. i:i: !:i: ii!i Police Report :i: :i:i ::: Officer Bill Clark investi- gated. At 5:25 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 14, Chief Wilson and Officer Clark answered a disturbance call on Havana Street. After investigation a Malakoff man was taken into custody for disorderly con- duct. About 6:30 p.m. the same day, a Malakoff man was taken into custody for cattle running loose and creating a nuisance for the neighbors. He was taken before Corpora- tion Judge Leo Orr. He was released after talking to the judge. About 12:45 on the same day, a stabbing took place on St. Paul Street. A Corsicana man was taken to Henderson County Memorial Hospital where he was treated and released. He was then placed in County Jail on a charge of intoxication. Wilson, Clark and Officer Ray Sparks investigated. Also on Nov. 14, Mrs. Taafe on Highway 90 heard some- one in back of her house, and when she walked out and surprised two people stealing firewbod. Charges will be filed. On Saturday, Nov. 15, at 4:45 p.m. officers were called to an address off Highway 31 west, where a Malakoff woman was taken into cus- tody for public intoxication. About 7 p.m. on the same date, Wilson, Clark and Sparks were called to a domestic disturbance on Mitcham Street. No charges were filed. TNU - Fill - SAT SUN - MON - TUE On Tuesday, Nov. 11, Grady Harris of Troup, Tex. was driving west on Highway 31, when William Dawson of Malakoff attempted to cross the highway near the Junior High School and collided with Harris' car on the left side, causing major damage to both vehicles. Dawson was charged with drunk in vehicle and failure to yield the right of way. There were no injuries. Chief Richard Wilson and Grain Prices Will Affect Cattle Prices Whether grain prices go up or down will affect both fed and feeder cattle prices, points out a livestock mar. keting specialist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service. High grain prices will mean fewer cattle placed in feedlots this fall and thus Dallas for the past week. The target is deer, but at least one wife is hoping hubby doesn't bring home the venison. She wouldn't know what to do with a deer in the altogether, confesses Gladys Trusler. Meanwhile, Mrs. Ramsey is visiting her son's family in San Antonio, while Gladys entertained a surprise visitor last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKay are in Fort Worth at the home of their daughter, who'has had surgery recently. Former Lone Star Gas exec, Les Potter, has come out of retirement recently to accept the chairmanship of the Goals for Dallas committee and is l spending busy hours back in Big D. Reversing the situation is Evelyn Closser, who has forsaken the bright lights and other enticements of the big city, resigned her position, and is once more a full time We carry a COMPLETE of tabletop items. you need for or formal dining. Ior name brands. ,Reasonable prices. _S t i man PHONE 675-4181 lake dweller .... and Peggy Willson says she may be a Clyde Alexanders were Carl weekender for awhile, but the and Betsy Urban from Corsi- family is not planning to cana, and Bob and Janice move from Star Harbor. Lamoreaux from Dallas. Alice Barndt and Jan Coast Guard Auxiliary Flo- Alexander almost crossed tilla 5-14 held its monthly paths in Port Aransas meeting at the home of Joe recently. Jan arrived with her and Kelma Cordo Saturday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stan night. About 35 members and Snyder of Denver, Colo., the guests feasted on lasagne and day Alice returned home. Jan and her parents spent a week in Port Aransas and Corpus Christi visiting family and friends, showing off one of the newest Alexander additions, three-month old Cameron. Cameron. : Knit Caps for Infants & Sunday dinner guests of the ............................ S.ll9 |O genuine Italian cheeses and sausage. Charlotte Kleinheksel was hostess to the Stitchery Club last Wednesday. The club will not meet again until Dec. 11 at the 'home of Frances Ramsey. FRI-SJIT-SUN ALWAYS ON CALL... A  AeeiBm FSm DIMENSION PICTOiII$  Knit Caps for Ladies ........... .s29S-Sets Mens ........ .s169 to Knit Slack Suits for Little Tykes ... Infant Sweaters....s3 9s 4 to sl 8-16 ...................... Ladies Sweaters..s39s to s129s Mens. Smith Drugs & Variety S & H Stare Lay-away Phone 489-1: ..... ,.... ,..: Texsun GRAPEFRUIT IUICE. Kraft SALAD DRESSING Del Monte 46 oz. ..,,.o,.,,.,.o.,,,, qt. FRUIT COCKTAIL.... o , -39 Joy ................. _ PUREX ................ : ..... 49 LIOUID. ,8 o - ...S.149  ga, Our Darling Cranberry CORN ........ ?. .............. /Sl SAUCE ......... !.o.! .......... 39  Folgers Del Monte COFFEE ..... !.'..: ........ .s.129 PEACHES. .... !. ....... 49  Del Monte Pillsberff BEANS... 303 3/89 5,,. FLOUR ........................ 95  higher fed cattle prices next . .lnJurr-------'7--TT'------ .PLUS 2nd MOVIE. ........ ......... Banquet Russet year. On the other hand, a drp in grain Prices could I 0N SANTA' MINCE PIES 59 POTATOES 'b" 89 boost placements in feedlots, [-- ....... . ......... andnext fedspringcattleand marketingsummer couldbY ( COM[ BY 6118 Yellow XPPLES be buensome. In the short  TODAY, .0,,O so.. ONIONS '.! run, this would, however, I Sharnr' e ! "RETURN OF THE ........ i .......... .15 .......3lb" bag provide more strength for feeder cattle prices than if DIVIIFO Pink PAIITllER" WEEK-END POLICY grain prices stay high. . I Sportsar i "LeT.S Jm, ,m Give Blood Saturday ,sN ..to,. a .[_.._* "-'--_-_--__--__-__-2J ENTERTAIN you" FRI-SAT-SUN "l'flgsrAr'o.00r00 tot 1975 PORK RIBS Round Rib STEAK...:....s.119 STEAK!!:...s.I 9 Arm Chuck ROAST..!!:...95  ROAST.!."..79  Seven Rump lb. 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