Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 70, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 2, 1990 Page: 5 of 26
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: POLK COUNTY ENTERPRISE, SUNDAY SEPTEMhnJI 2, imnCt IA
SHOWING SPIRIT - Jenny Floyd and Lee Ann Woolley show
their spirit by wearing green and white Livingston Lion
T-Shirts. The shirts are being sold by the junior class at Liv-
ingston High School in order to raise money for the junior-
Steering committee named
Locals join Bullock campaign
AUSTIN - Comptroller Bob
Bollock has named local chrlc leader
Jerry Maze to serve as the coor-
dinator in Polk County in Ms cam-
paign for lieutenant governor.
Maze, along with Senator Bill
Haley and Representative Aden
Hightower, will head «p a grass
roots organisation to promote
Bullock’s candidacy that wiU be
linked to county organisations
across Texas to carry the
campaign’s message about
Bullock’s experience and leadership
to Texas voters.
Serving on the Steering Commit-
tee with Jerry Maze are Sherman
Big Sandy ISD
tax hearing quiet
DALLARDSVILLE - Although no
one attended its public hearing on
the tax rate Thursday, the Board of
Trustees of the Big Sandy Indepen-
dent School District discussed it and
decided to go along as Manned, with
a rate of .1X13 per $100 valuation.
The proposed rate is a decrease
compared to last year’s tax rgte
which w,'S .0293. According, to
Superintendent Thomas Foster* due
to higher valuations, the district will
be reducing the tax rate but increas-
ing tax collections.
Jefferson, Mayor Bobby Smiley of
Corrigan, County Judge Wayne R.
Baker, Claude Baldree, County
Auditor Dianne Bass, Frances Bat-
tise, Terry N. Brown, Effle Bush,
Shirley Crager, Howard Daniel, Jr.,
Robert M. Duplantis, County Com-
missioner Clarence Ellis, Suzanne
Kimbro, Terrell L Pace, Velma
Perkins, Joe Roeder, Marie Ryan,
Jeanne Shoemaker, Ellery A.
Speight, John P. Thompson, John L.
West, James M. Windham, Sr.,
Mayor Bob Maddox of Onalaska,
Jim Norton and County Commis-
sioner Bobby Smith.
“With the help of these leaders in
Polk County, and others in our state,
we’re going to find practical, com-
passionate answers to issues facing
us. The best days of Texas are
ahead,” Bullock said in a statement
from his Austin campaign office.
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Ambulances & Govt poakioMariavafl-
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10p.m. Mon.-Wed. nights for 12 weeks,
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maximum limits so please cal for more
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3093 or 409-653-2177.
Medifast's 3rd Anniversary
UVOKMTOR - Dr. MikeShukutto
obeetvtag his third annlvcreaiy as an
associate physician In the ]
The program, administered in
medical settings under the supervi-
sion of a physician uses nutritional
ftdfcnts begin the pra^am with a
complete medical evaluation and
continue with on-gotng weekly au-
w many health
hypertension, high cholesterol levels,
heart related problems, and stroke
The Nutrition Institute's commit-
ment to the highest standards of
quality, assures every patient that
Medifast stands for excellence.
Nearly a decade of experience es-
tablishes Med Hast as a leader in
protein-sparing, modified testing for
the treatment of obesity. The foct that
over 12,000 physicians and medical
institutions offer the program today,
is professional testament to tt's suc-
In the first 3 yean of the program,
more than 1,000 people have bat a
total of 30,000 pounds. Lose weight
RAPIDLY, RAWLY, and WITHOUT
Dr. Shukan's MBMPART TREAT-
MENT CENTER is open Moil - Sat.
1b make an appinbnent cal 327-
3843. They wifi extend their anniver-
sary special offer of a RRR Initial visit
thru September 30. 1080
MURRAY D. HOOKS M.D.
Diplomats of the American Board
Allergies and Diseases of the Skin
Medicare Assignment Accepted
School enrollment expected to rise
are giving administrators an idea of enrollment usually increases follow-
what to expect, all agreed that ing labor Day
LIVINGSTON - The first day of
school may cause Jitters and even
tears for some students, but it can
serve as a gauge for administrators,
as far as how many students to ex-
pect for the year.
LIVINGSTON - The junior class
of Livingston High School recently
embarked on a series of fundraisers
in hopes of trying to offset the costs
it will incur sponsoring this year’s
The class is currently selling
green and white Livingston Lion
T-shirts for $10.
Order forms for the shirts can be
obtained from any junior class of-
ficer and also at Gilbert Gas.
Other fundraisers the students
have participated in include a salad
luncheon and a car wash.
Livingston ISD had a total enroll-
ment of 2,SIS Monday, an increase
over last year’s first day enrollment
which was 2,796.
Corrigan-Camden ISO’s first day
enrollment was 1,148 which is about
the same as the first day of school
Onalaska ISD, which includes
kindergarten through eighth grade,
had an enrollment of 332 Monday, a
decrease a decrease of about XS com-
pared to last year’s first day of
Three hundred twenty-eight was
the enrollment Monday at Big Sandy
ISD, a decrease compared to an
enrollment of 335 on last year’s first
day of school
Goodrich ISD had an enrollment of
282 Monday which is about the same
as last year ’s first day of school.
One hundred seventy-five was the
enrollment Monday at Leggett ISD,
an increase compared to the first
day of school last year which was
Although these enrollment figures
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White, Barbara. Polk County Enterprise (Livingston, Tex.), Vol. 108, No. 70, Ed. 1 Sunday, September 2, 1990, newspaper, September 2, 1990; Livingston, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth781514/m1/5/: accessed April 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Livingston Municipal Library.