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January 9, 1975

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00rry Hanna Family 0 ed00ses Home By Fire ,gh and destroyed their ?land belongings. )e .  and Larry Hanna and  stUeight children escaped 7:30tlt injury as fire des-  their mobile home e will in Tool in the Don's r co area will beay around 4 a.m. The fire repor- _started at the kitchen , S,m and quickly engulfed re in Lll in .= flames. :ing'ations of clothing, e past iveled -- Graham uca Year's Day was one of household items, food, fur- n Colby for the family of niture and money are being accepted at the Tool Hall )ffer  and Jane Hanna as an City 7 auv, morning fire swept for members of the family. Members of the family include the boys: Jimmy, 13, who wears size 12 shirt al 12 slim pants, size 51/3 shoe; David, 11, size 12 shirt, 12 regular pants and 51/3 shoe; Larry Lee, I0, size I0 shirt, i0 slim pants and wears size 4 shoe; Kelly, 9, wears size 8 shirt, 8 slim pants and 31/2 shoes; Tommy, 4, wears size 4 FIREMEN WERE STILL ON HAND Wednesday morning as thernins of Arthus Hardware with a size 10 tennis shoe; and" & Appliance Store in Malakoff still smoldered from the fire which began about 9 p.m. Tuesday Brian, age 3, size 3 and an 81/3 night Although the exterior walls were still standing the building was completely gutted and tennis shoe. the business was termed a total loss. The girls are Christine, age 7, who wears size 6X and size 10 shoe and Tammy, who is 6 i.": ; HCJC Report cin,, Ik and wears size 6 with a size 12 . ,atio Jane Hanna wears size 16  By Dr. T.M. Harvey :o.*.' Worth .=00wearslargesizemens with a 6V2 shoe size and Larry, [ in  shirt, 36 waist by 31 length The recently approved letics, transportation, book- $65,371.75 for excess of dsterangelist Dr. Billy pants and a 9V2D shoe. audit of funds and expendi- store and cafeteria, $10,317.69. Transportation - h m t n ends the roster of tures of Henderson County $313,755.77; and payment of costs, payed for in part with FdSers for the Texas la a,| $-rSin df Junior College showed the indebtedness, S176,988.03. activity fees, were $44,553.12. be ist Evangelism financial picture of the college Total increase in plant Athletic income was Jan. 13-15, in to be much brighter than at value, not counting any $53,998.79 and expense was any time in recent years appreciation for inflation, $81,395.13 for a $27,396.34 20,000 people are to pack Tarrant Convention Center night, Jan. 13, to Graham preach. He the podium that with Dr. C. Wade who retired Dec. 31 the Evangelism of the two-million- Baptist General of Texas  evening sessions begin and the daytime are 8:30 a.m. and 1:30 NEY TALKS! Course Offered A course in Horticulture: Vegetable Gardening and Small Fruit will be offered at night during the spring semester. This course is , designed primarily for adults The course will be taught every Tuesday night from 7 to 9:40 p.m. in room 202 of the Liberal Arts Building. First class meeting will be Tuesday, Jan. 14. Fee for the course will be $30(including $5 lab fee) for in district studenta and $41 {including $5 lab fee) for out of district students. Some of the main topics to be covered are principles and environmental conditions /1! _VSE Is necessary for plant growth, JLLN M Ir YOU u r  the planmng and development '  I of mini and maxi gardens, , \\;/indoor and outdoor flora- / \\; ;/ lture, the growing of small '/// fruits including strawberries, " blackberries and grapes, and f]----some information on large /fruits. Topics such as sites, soils, and fertilizers will also COME DOWN TO OUR BANK be covered. Benefits to be gained are AN0 USffH TO YOUR lowering the cost of groceries mffB[$T CHATT[R! and the rewarding endeavor of A.#t gardening as a hobby. Pre-registration may be __  5]'TE 0K made at the registrar's office Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., or at the first  /,. ::. class meeting. , For further information call ,  Sooth OO,, the registrar's office at IEMBER "='to Cedar Creek Lake !.o,.c  LO 675-6217 or the office of '-"--"7..- continuing education at : {v4), 675-6210. Today, I would like to point out some of the highlights of the audit. As you probably know, we have been combatting a defi- cit in the general account for a number of years. This deficit was reduced this past year by $121,561.13. As of September 1st, there was a minus $162,156.45 in this account. Taking into account deferred expense and revenue---that is, money obligated or received prior to the new year which is earmarked for the next oper- ating year, the deficit was $212,994.17 as compared to a minus $334,555.30 a year ago. Total expenditures, excluding construction expense on the new Anderson Center, totalled $2,066,589.34 as compared to total income of $2,188,118.13. Income from state sources was $993,408.50 while federal funds accounted .for only $19,038.04. Local funds amounted to $872,358.84, with tuition accounting for $203,765.28 and the local ad valorem tax amounting to $379,271.48. Under expenses, general administration and student services accounted for $160,859.70; staff benefits, $70,176.68; academic instruction, including sal- aries, $624,391.51; vocational- technical instruction, $354,329.69; learning resource center, (library) $55,211.13; extension and public service, $20,717.35; physical plant operation and maintenance, including security, building maintenance, custodial services and utilities, $200,465.17; major building repairs, $12,560.06; auxiliary enterprises, including ath- ,o,oo, v -J // "' E ' A , , GET PAID,. LEARN l TRADE[ ,,,,,, EARN WHILE YOU LEARN! (} Did you know you may be qualified to receive as much as $450 while learning a trade such as brick laying, auto mechanic, welding, L.V.N., cosmetology, : and police science? Or you may want to enroll in an academic course which will transfer to a four-year college. ) A.M You may make plans to attend full-time, part4ime, or evening classes and still receive all or part of your G. I. benefits. Contact: Office of Veterans' Affairs Henderson County Junior College ..__ Athens, Texas-67-62 _ amounted to $512,084. This was due primarily to the construction of the Anderson Center and increase in equip- ment inventory. Total build- ing values were listed at $2,991,777.62 while equip- ment was shown at $1,096,809.31. Bonded debt of the college amounts to $1,801,000 with $1,084,000 in revenue bonds due in pay- ments through the year 2002 and $717,000 owed in tax bonds, due through 1996. Payments due amount to a maximum of $152,594.50 due in 1976 to a minimum of $42,000, due in 2002. Under auxiliary enter- prises, room rentals showed income of $55,922.83 and expense of $12,484.14 {this included building payments) for an excess of $43,438.69. Food service showed income of $109,068.25 and expense of $97,369.44 for excess of $11,698.08 .......... union showed revenue of $8,633.44 deficit. In 1971, the board and I set a five year goal of getting the general fund of the college back in the black. It would appear that at ths time, we are right on schedule, with about half of the remaining deficit to be wiped out this year leaving half for the 1975-76 year. Also, next year, all of the recently build buildings which caused much of the deficit will be paid for, which will release these funds for other purposes, possibly new construction in the form of a fine arts center, which is badly needed. I am very pleased with the financial progress made during the past year, made possible through the cooper- ation of the board, school staff and tapayer of the HCJC ' College District. We are living January 9, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 5 Charter Approved For New i' National Bank In Kaufman Preliminary approval of the charter of the First National Bank in Kaufman has been received in Corsicana by Mackey Harral, coordinator and teasurer of First Bancorp, Inc. Harral, correspondent for the newly-chartered bank, i received the notification in a telegram from the Comp- troller of the Currency in Washington, D.C. First National Bank in Kaufman will become the tenth affiliate of the Cor- sicana-based multi-bank holding company. First Bancorp is comprised of 766 shareholders, with the largest shareholder owning just over 4 percent of the corporation's Citizens National Bank i 572,848 shares. W.D. Wyatt, Ennis, Citizens State Bank in First Bancorp president, said Malakoff, First National the holding company has been Bank in Fairfield, South strong in civic affairs, parti- Central Bank in Hutchins, cularly in the industrial and Addison State Bank in agricultural development of Addison, the Old Reliable the rural, communities it Mortgage Company, First serves. Bancorp Insurance Company Directors of First National and First Travel Agency. Bank in Kaufman will be Cecil :f:: Talbert, R.S. Mitchell and A.R. Morn of Kaufman, Ken Bookmobile Ward and D.W. BeLts of Ennis and Wyatt of Corsi- January21, 1975 cana. Eustace 12:45- 1:45 First National Bank in Seven Points 2:00- 2:45 Kaufman will join First Trinidad 3:15-4:15 Bancorp affiliates First .. ...... .,.._',._'... ,.  ',;. National Bank of Corsicana, "'""'"'"" " *'""'" "'" ,.:.:.:::v.,;...%,.....,4: i: Package Stores P k ) Western Package No. 1 Western ac age No. 2 Highway 85 and 274 Gibson Shopping Center "Two Locations to Serve You" ; Seven Points, Texas /_.N t Old Smuggler IBourbon00, $947 *,:=, =4 " S-O00o ,OidT Gi Bou gal. @ 1 quart 90 proof 86 proof Phone 67,5-2211 II ..... I I CARROLL &LEgit Funeral Home Long Coat Sweaters $102 Ladles Knit Sweater and Cap Sets $3, 98 Men's Fur Trimmed Caps $2=98 Tobaggans for the Family $1.19 ro $2, 49 Smith Drugs & Variety Lay-Away $8H Green Stomps Phone 489-1220 01111 COHTINI]ING P00OSE. to do our utmost each time we are pridlefed with a family's trust and expense of $12,582.19 for with a philosophy of staying deficit of $3,948.75. Thisdid within our budget while t The Malakoff News ] not include an inventory of paying off an acquired deficit new equipment bought for the of past years. While rather student union game room, unique in this day of accepted which caused the deficit, deficit governmental finan- Bookstore income was cing, living within our means  In County Out Of County Out Of State | $75,68944 with expense of seems to be working for us. Subscribe now to