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// The Malakoff Ndws, Thursday, Dec: 3, !~!-?5~ A_ FEED. SEED. SUPPLIES FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY KENNETH LEWIS CALL COLL[CT 214/396-288! OR OWNER WEST HWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 ::. ] P /, BELT TRAIN hit the cab of a 1964 Mac Deisel per hour. The coition resulted in the trailer being totaled. Only li~t drainage by Mike Moore of Murchison In Maiakoff shortly before 10 a.m. was Inflicted upon the cab when it was overturned. There was no noticeable as the vehicle crossed the railroad tracks, accordIng to Don McCord, damage to the traIn or tracks. T.L. Ray, of Tyler, was the engIneer of the train police chief. McCord said Moore, who was en route to Texas Clay and A.D. HIKe, of Whitehoase, was the conductor. No one was Injured in the traveling south on Carver Street, apparently did not see the traIn accident. (Staff photo by Tom Finley) across the tracks. The traIn was traveling at a speed of 55 miles by Mrs. J.W. White season has been home in the Tolosa community was the J. W. Whites onFriday. past week. Few people blown up, we think more about it. The John Earl Whites and Rhonda we have for which to We, or at least I, had been smelling , returned to San Antonio on Friday and Despite a year of two bad gas for several weeks. Thinking our the James Whites went to Mrs. Roy have more than most to heater had served its time, we bought a Elliotts to have Friday night supper. new one. I could still smell gas so we Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Curlln and of gas leaks blowing up asl ed our gas service to check for us. children of AlvIn spent the holidays taking lives. Naturally we He came out Monday afternoon, fInding with his mother, Mrs. Alma Curlin, and it will happen to us. Then all connections good inside, but the leak her mother, Mrs. Roy Elliott. Comes a little closer, as it was under the house so they cut off the Cros Roads did, when Vera Mae Davison's gas and started to work. Not hav_ing School Menu 110 E. Mitcham, Malakoff 489-1292 24 HOUR WRECKER SERVICE TIRES & TUBES MONDAY-FRIDAY OPEI ALL DAY SATURDAY time to complete the work on Monday afternoon, we did without gas Monday night. When the old pipe was taken up, there was a hole large enough to run your little finger through it. It was hard to realize we had been in so much danger. If your lines have been serving you 20 years or more, please have them checked. Ralinda White, Windy, Wesley and Fayanna, of Sierra Vista, Ariz., arrived on Friday afternoon to spend the week with us, and her parents, the Victor l_~wises of Malakoff. It was Fayanna's first visit to Texas. She is my eighth grandchild, and I had always been to see the others before they were a week old, but I had to wait until Fayanna was three months old, and could come visit me. I met Mrs. Olan Clay of Paradise Bay last week at the 49ers. She has lived there for several years, but we had never met. Dec. 7 - Dec. 11 BREAKFAST Monday: Cereal, juice, milk. Tuesday: Biscuit, sausage, juice, milk. Wednesday: Pancakes, juice, milk. Thursday: Cinnamon toast, Juice, milk. Friday: Donuts, juice, milk. LUNCH Monday: Steak and gravy, green Grocery shopping can be a ple&su beans, whipped potatoes, hot rolls, some times. I met Peggy Killien Sl milk, syrup. .......... Food Fare last week. was a good feeling for beth of us, as we had both been ill, and this was my first time to be able to shop. Mr. and NIrs. John arl White of San Antonio, Mr. and Mrs.-'James White and Mary and Rhonda White of IrvIng spent Thursday with parents and grand- parents, the J. W. Whites. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dewitt and Jennifer, Mrs. Beth Dickens, Jamie, Emily and Tommy, all of Irving, visited Tuesday: Chili Mac, Pork & Beans, mixed vegetables, corn bread, milk, cookies. Wednesday: Chicken and dumplings, English peas, carrots, crackers, milk, cake. Thursday: Burrito with chili and cheese, pinto beans, rice, corn bread, milk, jello. 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TEXAS POWER & LI(;HT COMPANY Public Notice On March 1, 1981, the Fedaral Communication Commission (FCC) issued an order in its Docket No. 79-105 which changed the method 'of accounting for the costs of labor and material associated with the installation or move of telephone instruments at customers' premises by telephone companies. This change, made effective on or before October 1, 1981, requires that the cost noted abm/e be charged to current operations. Previously these costs were capitalized and spread over the average life of this asset. The effect of this change on Gulf States-Unlted Telephone Company is that it will increase current operating expenses by an amount large enough that the company must adiust its service connection charges over a two year period. This is necessary so that adequate revenue will be available at the time the expenses are recorded to offset this additional operating cost and will be recovered from only those customers who bring about the cost. Gulf States-United Telephone Company has filed a petition with the Public Utility Commission of Texas for approval of the following changes in its service connection charges: Present Proposed Element Residence ' Business 1/1/82 1 / 1/83 t Service Order Charge $19.00 $ 22.25 $ 21.75 $ 29.00 Record Order Charge 11.25 13.00 11.00 11.00 Central Office Charge 2.80 3.25 6.95 9.25 Line Access Charge 7.60 9.00 18.60 24.80 Station Wiring Charge 3.20 4.00 7.85 10.45 Station Equipment Charge 3.65 4.25 8.90 12.00 Trip Charge 3.75 4.25 8.40 11.25 Local Loop (Non Switched) 35.00 35.00 50.00 50.00 Mobile Telephone Installation 100.00 100.00 125.00 150.00 Prewiring Charge First Jack A/R A/R 25.00 30.00 Each Additional A/R A/R 14.00 16.00 A/R - As Required Please note that the proposed service connection charQes are the same for business and residence: No chancje,is proposed in monthly, recurring, local, service rates, A copy of the information filed is available at your local business office, Opposition or comments concerning these rate changes should be addressed to: Filing Clerk, Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek I Boulevard, Suite 400-N, Austin, Texas 18757. 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