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'2 8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, Dec. 1O, 1981 go in and do some more work as soon as it gets dry enough." Hymen retorted that there had been plenty of dry days lately. Box replied, "There's a lot of problems you're not taking into con- sideration. I'm trying to help you people as much as I can." Box also said there was a problem with the culverts (to help with drainage) in the road being placed too far apart. As Hymen was leaving he said he was "FLOTATION SLEEP" 316 20th SL . Cocslcona OPEN TUE..SAT. 10-6p.m. Grocery Store PLUS POSIT FM 90 Caney City II I I I I I II satisfied that Box said he would con- Schimick described the work as tinue repairs on the road. "sniffing work" to obtain geological Higher Education Authority and seismic data. In other business, the court approved The testing would require Gulf Oil to a resolution creating a Higher place a hole three inches in diameter Education Authority. In a presentation and 12 feet deep ever quarter mile, by W.P. "Rip" Drumgoole, he said the Schimick said. Higher Education Authority would Commissioner Box said he could not provide loans for students who would give permission to drill these holes not normally qualify for one. The loans because the farmers would not ap- would be subsidized by the selling of prove. .bonds. Schirnick said first he needed per- Drumgoole also said there would be mission from the commissioners court no liability or debt on the county, but he and then he would talk to each fan- needed permission from the cam-downer and explain what was going to missioners court to operate in Hen- be done. derson County. He also added that Gulf Oil did not County Judge Winston Reagan said reimburse the farmer for drilling such such an organization would "allow a hole. people like those in this courtroom who Box said the only way he would "go work and their wife works, to get some for R would be if I went along with you extra money to send their kid to and talked to the farmer." school." Fire Chiefs Association Oil and Gas Testing John McMakin from the Fire Chiefs Dave Schimick from Gulf Oil Car- Association here in Athens asked the poration was denied permission to commissioners for a special meeting to perform experimental oil and gas discuss an update on the rec- testing in precinct two. comendations of the spending of funds. McMakin said he is asking every Volunteer Fire Department in Hen- HOWARD D. PATTISON derson County to be more active in rural fire fighting. During a visit to each fire depart- ment, McMakin said he noticed that the O Deeds .Criminal :hmidt Caney City Volunteer Fire Department is a "situation that needs to be monitored." He said the fire department in Caney Our Mobile Freezer will be loomed at: (Between Athens and Malakoff) Friday, Dec, 11 11 asm,-6 psm, -- WE OFFER -- Headless Shrimp. Medium & Jumbo Dreaded Jumbo Shrimp Fresh Shuoked Oysters Dreaded Jumbo Oysters Lobster Tails Jumbo Frog Legs Flounder Fillet Stuffed Flounder a Kink Crab Lop New Orleans File Mumbo Shrimp Etouffe Shrimp Creole Red Snapper Fillet Jumbo Stuffed Shrimp Extra Lean Hamburger Patties Extra Lean Ohioken Fried Steak Breakfast Sausage Patties Ohioken Oordon Bleu Chioken Kiev Hiokory Smoked Sliood Baoon The DeCote name represents the finest in seafood and beef and guarantees all prodOcts to be o4 highest quality. 0 O 1.75 Litree80 proof Seagram's 7-Crown 1 Litre 80 proof WIN a Fabulous or one of 100 valuable prims. No purchase necessary come in and Register We resme the right to limit quantities. All items subject to stock on hand. ooQ \ 0 0 All Prices Include Sales Tax O O i 1.75 Litree80 proof 1.75 Litree86 proof Seagram's 7 Crown 80 proof 1.75 Litre 750 mml 2 f0r$5 95 pink, white, c01d duck | FROM PAG! City is trying to seperate themselves Welfare Board. Club Subdivision in precinct two from the city government so as "not to The appointments will become ef- also approved Monday. let the dirty laundry of one effect to fective Jan. I, 1982 with McElroy Box saldWoodWilks subdivisi operation of the other. " serving a one-year term, Eddings cutting an acre New Voting Mach0nef serving a two-year term and the others Eric Smith from the The commissioners court is con- serving athree-yearterm. Subdivision said the sidering the purchase of new voting be divided in two parts. One machines from the Computer Election New Plats plot of raw land to be System (CES)for a total price of ap- Plats for Wood-Wilks Garden Sub- airstrip and lots. All roads proximately $70,000. division in precinct two and the Sports private. Chad Harbor, a representative from CES, said this voting system, which includes a portable cubicle and a punch card on which votes are made with a metal puncher, pays for itself. Harbor said the present system (paper ballots), costs around three dollars a vote whereas this new system would cost one dollar a vote. The ballots for the CES system would be read by a mini-computer that would eliminate the need for vote counters. Road Work The commissioners approved street maintenance in Thousand Pines Sub- division (precinct four). / .... Commissioner Leland Tarrant said the work called for cleaning out 100 yards of the ditch and a minimal amount of work on the roads. The court also approved the request from Pine Ridge Baptist Church for 50 loads of fill dirt. ,,: Commissioner W.E. "Saint" McLean said the work would be done for next\ year. He also said he would get the fill i il dirt out of the bar ditch, i Cable service ,, Approval was given for cable TV : service for the Lake Palestine area with Lakeview Cable TV ......... Judge Reagan said nothing would be buried and there would be no problem THE 3RD GRADE MUSIC CLASS at Malakoff Elementary recently with the roads, in making their own musical instruments. The above students were Most of the work will be done in and are pictured with their instruments. Most Original: Ist place, spoons, McAnnaUy (not pictured): 2nd place, nails, Ronnie Sparks; 3rd place, precinct three and possible four, Judge Jerry Paul Cotton. Most Playable: Ist place, zylephone, Kristy Wlilmnl~ Reagan added. The court approved a request fromplace, banjo, Ronnie Venable; 3rd place, leather drum, Tracy Malakoff schools to have a fuel tank Designed: Ist place, gourd, Andrea Smith; 2rid place, guitar, Bobby buried. 3rd place, maracas, Regina Weaks. Honorable Mention: Travis Judge Reagan said he thought thisbottles; Rochelle Taylor, wooden guitar; Wyntress Smothers, set of was a good idea because the school Gray, shaker; and Jody Hyde, banjo. Music teacher is Mrs. Patricla King. would save four cents a gallon on gas if photo by Lori Callaway) a tank was buried. Payment to New Era Electric was approved for a one-year rental on the By MFH. J.W. WhltO tower antenna on the jail. Judge Reagan said the tower antenna ! Mr. Bud Ackles, president of the Presbyterian, I believe. is for the law enforcement commission 49'ers, was in Washington, D.C., with a The brother of Mrs. George and the rent is $468. group of Senior Citizens working in in Bay]or Hospital. The court also approved payment for behalf of Senior Citizens. He has cer- The mother of Mrs. Grace Lone Star Gas for the relocation of lines tainly done a lot for the Seniors of Cedar was buried week before last. on Farm to Market Road 3062 in Star Creek Lake. Also Mrs. Ruth Bates has been Harbor. There were 128 in Sunday School at the weather the past week. In a letter from Lone Star Gas, it was Providence Baptist Church. ManyWe talked to son, Wayne noted that the cost was less than more came for preaching service. Bro. Syracuse, N.Y., Sunday originally estimated. "We are glad to Coy Quesenberry was the guest They had had a two or three pass on the savings to Hendersonspeaker. He gave a very good message, the day before. We all talked County," the letter said. There has been a lot of sickness of Thanksgiving Day and they Payment was approved for indigent late. Mr. Albert Hiilger has been sick then and have had it off and on funeral expenses for Mrs. Berthathe past two weeks and his wife, two weeks. Pierce. Judge Reagan said Mrs. Pierce died Capitola, has scarcely been able to stay Mr. Charles King in a state home in which there were no up and going, special on Sunday. He funds available for burial. The state Mrs. Beth Grissom was sick lastoften and we do appreciate home asked the county to pay 1200 for week but able to go to work on Thur- It. His wife Large crowds have been Mrs. Pearce burial, sday evenin, the senior citizens meetings The conunl ioners court appointed Mr. Hightower remains ill in to have a lot of fun. David Monk, Don Wylie, Vivlan Veterans' Hospital at Dallas. Mrs. Faye Huckaby Tumlinson, Kaye Newman, Sandra Eddings, Ronnie McElroyand Shirley Mr. S.D. Wiginton of Lakeway under4he-weather list on Sanders to the Henderson County Child Estates is also in a Dallas Hospital, the morning. 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