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/ / THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Dec. 11, 1970 Page Three Lag0 To Open In Gun Barrel , new restaurant is to open The chef, one of the finest Bun Barrel with all the lux- professional cook:, in the busi- of the finest restaurants, ness is Exie McKamie. He is :Mr. Roland Elledge a high recently from California now graduate of Mabank will living in Seven Points. He was : catering in the restaurant a chef in a large restaurant in after dance crowds. California for thirteen years. The restuarant is planned to open December 17th and will have all sorts of delicious foods. These foods will be prepared by the chef, Mr. McKamle. Such meals will be served as Mexi- can dinners, charcoal broiled steaks, chicken, and fish sand- wiches. Many other delicious foods will also be served. "If you want the finest of foods, the new restaurant is the place for one of the best dinners served on Cedar Creek," El- ledge said. The restaurant will be open 11:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Mon- day, Wednesday, and Thurs- day. Friday and Saturday 11:00 to midnight or until. Sunday ii:00 a.m. 7:30 p.m. The restaurant has a nice seating area, wrought iron chandeliers and Spanish decor. The restaurant does not serve good food only, but also has the beauty and comfort of the finest restaurants," the owner added. New Restaurant To Open Half-Picked Pocket It was intermission time at the theater, and the lobby was crowd- ed. Suddenly a patron felt his wallet being eased out of his back pockeL Whirling around, he ized both the wallet and the hand of the culprit. In due course, the fellow was arrested on a charge of larceny. At the trial, however, he came up with a defense. "'1 admit 1 had theft in mind," be told the court. "But 1 never did get that wallet more than half way out of the man's pocket. Maybe l'm guilty Of an attempt, hut nothing more." ! iliii Lunching Special Dallas Kemp RESTAURANT ENCHALADA DINNER St. S. Mabank Week Days Athens Seven Points m 9O PENIN DECEMBER 1 m CLOSED TUESDAYS MON.WED.THUR. 11 A.M. to FRIDAY SATURDAY 11 A.M SUNDAY 11"30 to 7:30 9P.M to ??? P.M. L FISH" SANDWICHES ] HWY. 85 GUNBARREL CITY Nevertheless, the court found him guilty of larceny, as charged. The judge said the offense was complete when he took full pos- sesskm of the wallet and began moving it out of the victim's pockel. The crime of larceny requires both a taking (even for a short time) and a carrying away (even for a short distance). Nothing less will do. Thus: A prudent woman shopper kept her purse in a coat pocket, tied by a string to the inside of the pocket. Here, too, a man was caught in the act of lifting the purse out. But this time, the court held him guilty of attempt only, not larceny. The court said that be- cau of the string binding the purse to its owner, the defendant had never gotten it fully into his possession. What about a would-be shop- lifter who never gets the mer- chandise out of the store7 Con- sider this case: A woman pushing a shopping cart took a package of beef out of the freezer. But instead of dropping it in the cart with her other items, she slipped it inside her purse. An observant employ- ee caught tip with her just before she reached the checkout stand. When she was unable to ex- plain her conduct, the woman was arrested on a charge of lar- ceny. At the trial, she insisted that she could not be convicted because she had never gotten the beef out of the store. But the court held her guilty anyhow. The judge said she had taken "complete and exclusive control" of the package by plac- ing it inside her purse. "The fact that the possession was brief," said the court, "is immaterial." A public service feature of the American Bar Association and the State Bar el Texas. WiSH I'D SAI-i Yoll have b('('om(, ;| mature 1)erson when k(,(.i)ilJg it se- cret giw,s you more satis- faction than passing il on. roland l)oroff, Sauk l{.'q)ids (Minn.) llerahl. INtORPORATED  20,/6 // .e" .g’/ ,  • • COUNTRYMAN S ’ DON S OUTBOARD DRIVE IN / I . I . - FE9- 19921 I II £  I I , ,,,, , I I DAY or NIGHT I !11 mike KERR I I Y lqfE ' '  I I I COAAMIERCIAL I ,;o ': ,%%7 !11 REFRIOERATION I I I'  I Iq I I I "'"'" & AIR CONDITIONING I I / -.  46is/ I I MECHANICAL CONTRACTOR / -"" "' DALLAS, TEXA / ELECTRICAL WIREING • MOBIL HOME SERVICE ' NOW 0PEN!! Homer & John's I "'"""""="°:,".v'YL--€'_'_°? I CUSTOM CABINET WORK EXPERIENCED BUILDERS GUNBARREL CITY 887-6673 | i ii MABANK GARDEN CENTER Landscaping • Planting Complete Nursery Stock Gerald and ]an Countryman Hwy. 90  887-5291 IIIIIIIII II COUNTRYMANS DRIVE IN LLHARDWARE LINE 'ca Seleaioa ffu Sie o/ ella EQUIPMENT RENTAL i III I I I DON'S OUTBOARD Sales & Service and AUTO REPAIR 887-6104 DEWIES I II BLACK CAT DANCING te 4P HWY gO AT LIVE BAND FRI,. SAT.. SUN NO'rHWOOD MARINA I I II IIIII II III LOG LODGE CAFE & MOTEL SPECIALIZING IN STEAK & CATFISH DINNERS -- & MEXICAN FOOD Week Days -- 5: 30 a.rn. - 8: 00 p.m. Week Ends -- 5:30 to 2:00 a.rn. (after the Dance come see us for food) MR. & MRS. D. W. TIDWELL III I I III II I II II II I IIII I II I II GUN BARREL DRIVE IN GROCERY • BAIT • TACKLE • GAS • GRO.&FREsHMEATS • BEER • COMPLETE LINE OF FISHING EQUIPMENT UNDER NEW OWNERSHIP -- HORTON GREEN I I I II I [I II I I I I I III IIIIII I I I I CEDAR CREEK DRIVE IN OKEY and BEA THOMAS -- 887-7141 i i I IIII I ,---- - =. mm MOBILE HOME SITES FOR RENT • BAIT & TACKLE • GRO. • BEER • HUNTING & FISHING LISC. • ANTIQUE CLOCKS • OPEN 7 'TIL 1 Hwy. 85  Gunbarrel City I Ii iii I i II i|