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i ii:~~ f< < % (; !14 3 ,? !~ ;~ ~iiil~I THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, Feb. 11, 1966 Malakoff, Texas P. O. Box 536 Phone HU 9-2151 "Heartbeat Progressive Western Henderson County" Now in the 54th year of Publication PttbUshed by The Territory Times Pubiishnlg Co Inc in the News Huilding in Malakoff, Texas ~5148, each Friday there is nothing men do quite so much as misjudge other men. "And why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?" (Matthew 7:3) Robert G. Ingersoll offered this observation: "We must re- member that we have to make judges out of men, and that by " G~ibert 1Bocell, Publisher Charlsie Boeen, Editor being made judges their pre- Carlos Baker. Circulation Manager judices are not deminished and Entered in the Post Office of Malakoff, Texas 75148 as 2nd class matter their intelligence is not in- creased." It is perhaps true Circulation Rates, 1 year 'that most of us let personali- In Hentlerson County $3,00. all others in Texas $4 00 Outside Texas $1.50 Circulation Rates, 6 months I ties or prejudices enter into in Henderson County $2.00, all others in Texas $3.00, Outside Texas $3.23 i our judgment. "There is no i lawgiver, who is able to save In ease of error in advertisement this paperwillnot be responsible for more th~n the cost of the adveristment. [ and to destroy: who art thou ------] ~ j that judgest another ?" (James 4 : 12 ). ~Jt.)) The "No one is ever innocent." . wrote an ancient Roman, "When his opponent is the J'lllll Mmmter s Thoughts ili[ judge" -- and perhaps no one is ever innocent when an un- ~ ~ Re,'. D. D. Simpson, Pastor !ii!iiiii generous person is his judge. There isn't anything that any- i ' ' ~" First Baptist Church' Malak ff ~ he c uld d that c uldn't bemisjudged by one who wanted "BE CAREFUL HOW [ments. And it is higher tri- to misjudge. There was never ,YE JUDGE" [bute to be able to say that he a mortal man in whom fault Judge not, that ye be not[is generous as well as just in could not be found by one who judged" (Matthew7:l). It is[judgement. Ungenerous judge- wanted to find fault. There is high tribute to say of any man ment is an unfortunate charac- no act nor gesture that could that he is just in all his judge- ter fault. And yet perhaps not be misinterpreted. There is no uttered word which some- Cranes Get Safe Convoy AUSTWELL -- The come- back of the Whooping Crane has been marked by whole- hearted cooperation of the sportsmen, according to a spokesman from the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge where the rare birds spend l FROM THE FILES OF THE MALAKOFF NEWS Picture Peril ! BY PAUL PHILLIPS "'BE SURE -- INSURE" Dial HI] 9-3551 Offices in Malakoff and Trinidad | one could not give a different meaning from what was in- tended. No sentence is ever written that could not be read in different ways. In other words, either we can decide to see the best side of a man or we can decide to see his worst side -- and we see the side we want to see. "Let us not therefore judge one another any more; but judge this rather, that no man put a stumbling-block or an occasion to fall in his brother's way." (Romans 14:13). "Tis with our judgments as our watches;" wrote Alexan- der Pope, "none go just alike, yet each believes his o~n.'' This is inevitable so long as people are imperfect -- and that seems likely to be for a long time. The fervent pe- tition of Solomon is urgently upon us: "Give therefore thy servant an understanding heart . . . that I may discern between good and bad' for who is able to judge . . . ?" And whether it be among our friends or family, among our own intimate associates or ab- solute strangers, one of the their winters. TEN ~ImEARS AGO Rettig and Ernest Lindsey, all Miss Helen Leopard was Migration back and forth be- students in Trinity University able to return to school Mo.'> tween here and the Canadian at Waxahachie, spent Sunday day after several weeks ii!ness. wilds nesting area 2,500 air Malakoff residents donated here in the home of the lat- Miss Novella Orrick. teacher miles northward has been par- $461.31 to the annual March of ter's mother, Mr~ E G I iwL in the Kere:~s scho,~ls spent ticularly respected by the Dimes Campaign. The Trini- sey and family, la~, week-erd kere with her countless thousands of hunters dad contributions amounted ~.Fu, neral se~w;ces for 5am parents. Mr. and .Mrs. R. (" I during the fall wildlife har- to $204.61 in their annual ~x~ddlesperger, 82, wi~o (lied at Orrick vest season, drive, his home in the Beck's Chapel The refuge reported to the Although the basketball sea-community Tuesday, were held T ~,X ~,l~.N ~,AM ~EZ" We Use Texas Parks and Wildlife De.[ s n is almost over, the. bigli Wednesday morning in the ~ ",Quality partment, it cannot recall any questmn still is who will win jBeck's Chapel Cemetery A few years ago ln~er,ua~ recent case of a Whooper be- the championship. Malakoff.tosses"" :,vinos",~ ~,~ ,~'" . Revenue reported that t~x- Only ing shot down, even though maintained an outside chance Christene Lindsev rCa d~ ;~:~;t payers were not paying several the best some of the majestic birds have for a share of the title as they i --~-- ,~ " . . [ billion dollars in income ~axes tubes and repa more ~xogers were xus~tors ot . " i ~ ,~;.into the TV se defeated MabankTuesday i ~:-- ~ tnev owed on .n~eres~ -- disappeared. Authorities be- night. I~,~-~ .~orma t~ogers m Dallas .- "- vice. Call us It lieve they were the older cran- Sundav l(len(1 lneonle. .~lOS[ O~ US UZ't:: A basketball game between l "" reporting our dividend and in- teed TV repairs. eSwhooperSimph-happypassinghabitatOn tOasthea the Trini( Banks Bradley, student in tere~t income nowadays. It's a Malakoff matter of normal attrition. "Bloomer t geod idea to check your inte- The refuge spokesman at- Roaring Fi rest and dividend income be- And F tributed the hunter's coopera- unteer fir fore you file that 1965 federal Sel~ tion to broad educational ef- slated for ~ income tax return. Even the forts, traceable in part to the Trinida, Savings & Loan Association ~-.EORGE RID] dramatizing the so-called is to be a b di~idends are taxable. A pay- Whooper Network, or the vide a fire ment on time could keep the HUdson Whooper Club, created several department, tax man from your door. years ago. Thus the public interest plus the increased number of professional wildlife observ- era, has combined to expand informational facilities about distinctive markings of the big white birds with the seven foot wing spread, the black wing tips, trailing legs and reddish head patch. On the refuge itself, secur- ity is very tight for the 44 Whoppers. Guns are barred within one quarter-mile of the 47,261-acre refuge and staffers maintain constant vigilance They stress personal contact and emphasize visits with skip- pers and crews on inter-coastal canal tugs. Filing a charge against an intruder is rare, indeed, the authorities report. They aver. age one case a year, generally like the goose hunter who ig- nored signs forbidding retriev- ing of crippled geese, and now faces Federal prosecution. O 0 Trinidad, Texas Men with ability and ambition know. This bank stands ready to provide every banking service, for business or personal needs for event "boss," present or future. As you advance in business, our advice and assistance in sound financial planning can help you take advantage of opportunities attain im- l ortant goals . . . achieve profitable results. Full Serv,ce- Banknng" o Business Loans e Mortgage Loans e Modernization Loans Payroll Accounts Checking Accounts Certified Checks TRINIDAD, TEXAS greatest qualities of character is to be just and generous in judgement. Be careful how ye judge. Mrs. Della Tanner, 74, step- mother of E. A. Tanner Sr died last Friday in a Jackson- ville hospital after a long ill- ness. Mrs. W. E. Shipman was to undergo a major operation at the M. D. Anderson Hospital in Houston Thursday. Mrs. Shipman has been ill at her home for some time. The Malakoff Woman's Club met February 2 in the home of Mrs. Everett Shrum. Mrs. 5. D. Waller was co-hostess for the occasion. Two visitors, Pat Humphries and Mrs. Dan Ro.v- all Jr were present. The Young Peoples' Sweet- heart banquet is the main event for the coming week at First Baptist Church. Plans have been about completed for~ a wonderful time for the city's young people, i News reached the J. H. Em- erine family here this week, i stating that their son, Vernon, i who recently joined the mill-i tary sere-ice, is now training as a private with the 1st In-: fantry Regiment at Fort Ord, i California. TWENTY YEARS AGO abundance S Malakoft Cedar Creek Cross Roads Trinidad Your Modern Malakoff News! What's a more bountiful guide to abundant life than )2our newspaper? Here is all your area today . . . opening new doors to tomorrow. Here is what you want to know. and ought to know as it's happening. Abundantly helpful news of great events . . of homemaking or sports . . of business, government, religion, education- of great opportunities in buying and selling through advertising Join The Malakoff News Family of l eaders Today --- Twenty.two cars from a southbound freight were de- railed and hurled into the Neches River near" Tyler last Thursday night. W. V. Robe~son again is sole owner of the Robertson Food Store, which has been op- erated by his brother, Duncan Robertson. The residence of the Joe King family on the Carson farm, was completely destroy- ed by fire Monday morning. "Wayside Butch," owned by E. H. Anderson of Dallas, won the National Derby Champion- ship at Shuquadak, Mississippi. Marles Drake arrived here Friday night from Camp Wal- lace, where he received his discharge from the United States Navy. The Tanner & Son Motor Company closed a deal last week for the purchase of a building site on Highway 31 off the Glenn McDonald proper- ties and are making plans for erecting a new garage. THIRTY YEARS AGO J. K. Derden, student in the East Texas State Teachers College at Commerce, spent last week-end here with his parents. Miss Nila Ruth Airheart of Trinidad and Gurley Moles of Malakoff underwent operations at the Kilman Hspital here for the removal of tonsils and ~denoids. Reports from Miss Hazel Tiner, who has been seriously ill at her home here are that she is considerably improved. Mrs. Dorsey Perkins was eble to return to her home here Sunday following an op- eration for appendicitis at a Corsiemm hospital. John HendeTn, William ,have you been to ,Charm & Chatter ,Charm and Chatter is | Trinidad's new Beauty Salon, located in the building formerly oc- cupied by Warren Lure- Lumber. 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