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January 22, 1971

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by PH|BA SNOWD|N llow Wi s int er, T[ Our Sunday School was down Id. sorne from last Sunday. There .. utWas a nice crowd fer church luc)h l'vices, Bro. Antho brought Y arria veal good message. for it We e glad to have this sun- and warmer weather. My. and Mrs. O. D. Smith Saturday night guests of and Mrs. Oran White. Mrs. Bertha Young is on the sick list this week, she wasn't able to arced church &malay. Hope she is well real soon. Rev. and Mrs. Pat Smith of Cedar Hill is visiting his par- exits, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Smith. Mrs. Monk who had surgery last week is home and doing fine. Mrs. Mary White and si=er, Mildred, have had the flu for several days. They were able to be in church Sunday. These visiVlng Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Huckaby We4nenday night were Mr. and Mrs. J. W. White, Mrs. L. M. SrdeR and Mary White. Mrs. James Jones, Jr., Christene Herb'ix and Pheba Snowden were in  y shopping. Mrs. Ira Mullins and sister, Mrs. L. M. Snowden, were in the home of Mrs. Johanie Jack- son last Thursday. Key Appoints Two Special AUCTION Committees The Henderson County Bar Sat., Jan. 30, 3 p.m. SALE WILL BE HELD AT THE FRANK BELCHER RESIDENCE ON HIGHWAY W. 31 IN MALAKOFF- NEXT DOOR TO DRAKE SERVICE STATION Westinghouse Refrigerator with Freezer, Frigidaire Automatic Washer, Good Univer- sal Gas Range, Window Cooler, Antena, 3. THESE APPLIANCES ARE IN FINE CONDITION 3 pc. Bedroom Set, Bed, Dressing Table Chest, Wardrobe, Wood Bed, Gas Heaters, Picture Frame, Chairs, Rocker, Table, Mir- ror, Hamper, Dishes, Some Table Service, Wall Clock, Other Items. TERMS -- CASH MRS. FRANK BELCHER, owner ADOLPH SCHESSLER, auctioneer licensed attorney. The second committee is to investigate the work load and salaries paid to the county and district attorneys for performing their official duties. Named to the first committee by Key were Ray Andrews, Jack Y. Hardee, Paul D. Lindsey, Edwart T. Reichelt, and T. E. Williams, all attorneys. Key appointed attorneys Damon D. Douglas, Robert F, Fields, John W. Key Jr., and John Sloan to the second committee. DOTTLE WEST Grand 01d 0pry Star and her exciting band /an 22 Klub Palestine and Athens on Highway 19 Appearing in person here Friday night at 8:00 P.M. for your dancing and floor show entertainment .a elf Kreek Between THE MALAKOFF NEWS Malakoff, Texas Friday, Jan. 22, 1971, Page Three Trinity River Group Hopeful Of Funds nity multi-pro'trace channel, now in its second year  final de- sign, be ready for construction funds within a year or two? It all depends on funds Con- gross appropriates for the Fed- oral government's fiscal year 1972, which begins next July 1. President Nixon's budget re- quest for rmcal 1972 is due in the .hands of the (2regress mo- mentarily, probably before Feb. 1. What he asks for the "Trinity River Project" is all important to the river basin, whose citizens look hopefully for a major fundi break- through in a project they have pushed for more than 40 years. They know that a tlget re. quest of $2 million or more, if sustained by both houses of Congress and approved in the final appropriatioas bill, could move the Trinity design job well down the road toward tbe hour when the Army Corps of Engineers can request funds for actual cxmstxuctioa. ARLINGTON -- Will the Tri- stages of construction or plan- ning. Funds appropriated for the current year (fiscal 1971) include: Trinity River Project (multi-purpose channel and maor floodway compozmts), $500,000, Aubrey Reservoir planning, $200,000; Wallisville Reservoir c(xtruction, $2.5 miL- lion; Trinity River bridges, $2,750,000; Duck Creek plan- niwg, $182,000; Elm Fork flood way planing, $22,000; Lakeview Reservoir plamfing, $112,000; Association has passed a resolution authorizing John Key Jr., president of the Association, to appoint two special com- mittees. The first committee is to in- vestigate the feasibility of creating a county court at law in Henderson County. Such a court hears all criminal and civil matters to help relieve the congested docket of the county Healthy funding at this time court. Under the law, the it can be surmised, can mean a presideing judge has to be a constnion "start" on the channel project as early as fis- cal 1973. "Citizens of the Trinity River Basin now stand on the thresh- hold of a golden opportunity," said Amen G. Carter, Jr., chairman of Trinity Improve- meat Associations Executive Committee. "The hour of truth for building the Trinity water- way, with its immense benefits to all our people, is drawing near. I am coklent that whe the Im strikes, people all up and down the river wRl be ready to do thdr part." While hope springs -,rml in el Trirdtans, p must be weighed against Administralion efforts to hold down expendi- tures as pert c tbe fight aghSt inflation. But dent NNixon has demonstrated his support of the Trinity as a ipublic works proct that will create new jobs and brirg lwt- #rig benefits to a region larger I than nine of the smallest states inthe Union. The ew budget, no doubt, will include funds for all Trini- ty projects now in various Lavon modification, $8,400,000; ; White Rock Creek Delaware Creek planning, $30 planning, $10,000; Bachmar and Joe's Creek study, $8,W0. 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Gentle Flowing Heat ,,Recessed toe space 4 adjustable leveling " Automatic motor glides protector No-Heat setting PHILLIPS APPLIANCE YOU'RE A WINNER EVERY TIME MOM'S PLACE Dancing Nightly No Cover Charge Live Band Fri.-Sat.-Sun. ITHREE POOL TABLES Coldest Beer In Seven Points SEVEN POINTS CAF[ HOME COOKED LUNCHES STEAKS CATFISH We.qcday 6:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Weekends - 6:30 A.M. to ll:00 P.M. BEER (on premises) BILL and LAVENA GREENHAW FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES AT CEDAR CREEK LAKE Meeting Every Wed. 8:00 P.M. Dance Each Sat. Nite (Members & Quests of Members Only) THIS WEEK'S ACTIVITIES BINGO FRI. NITE ecti tINDERS PUBLIC SCALES We Buy Scrap Metal New & Used Steel Concrete Mesh "Rebar Sherwin Williams Paints iit, Located On Hwy 274 I 2 . S OJ g5 3. /6 8620 432-33, O[ers Full Line Bankin 9 Designed For Your Indit,klual Needs From The Smallest Account ]0 Th, Largest Were Here To Serve "ou. CITIZENS STATE BANK Since 1939 Member Federal Deposit Ins,rance Corporation Malako[L Texas 75148