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Page 12-MALAKOFF NEWS.Feb. 18, 1976 canal. The final Basin Planning Committee hearing-- for Dal- las- was held Tuesday at the Oak Cliff Chamber of Com- merce. The TCU study projects that full development will open up markets for such industries as lignite coal, sand and gravel and that new industries and investments would appear as the proposed canal matures in the 15 downstream counties touched by the canal. Brune said in an interview recently that the canal is only one part of the 1958 master plan approved by Congress. The plan includes building 1,300 small dams for soil conservation (800 have al- ready been built), 27 major lakes for flood control, water regional waste water treat- ment plants. Since 1958 TRA has spent $37 million for waste treatment by con- structing facilities for use on a regional basis by some cities in North Texas. In addition 35 basin cities buy water services from TRA. TRA sources say that no new bond issue is scheduled for the canal project, but Brune says several recom- mendation to consider sepa- rate navigation districts for local areas along the basin for financing a canal are on the drawing board, coupled with state and federal funds and possible user fees for in- dustries shipping on the canal. Final recommendations of the Basin Planning Com- mittee are expected to be CANAL supply and recreation {six forwarded to the full TRA benefits of the multipurpose have been completed}, and board in August. channel will be discussed. from Dr. Durham presented a summary of his report, which is expected to be completed shortly, at a Tan'ant County hearing last month. The text of his statement follows: The economic impact of the improvement of the Trinity river woId not be homo- genous up and down the river, nor would the impact of any part of the improvement be felt uniformly with that of other parts. Certainly no two communities would expect either the same benefits or the same amount of benefits. The five main impacts of the project would lie in flood control, increased water supply, recreation, navi- gation, and water quality improvement. For purposes of brevity, only the economic iii i i {This is Dr. Durham's state- ment as presented at Tarrant multiple purpose channel would have expansive impact on the regions economy, failing into four distinct If you need anything stages. The first stage would be the preproduction capital expen- diture stage or the initial employment phase. This would be the time period during which the channel and Tennessee Colony were built; the second stage would be the "stage when the operational and maintenance employes were employed and the initial development of resource- exporting industries such as sand and gravel began to be established. During this stage, also the autonomous immigration pulled by the completion of the lake would begin to be felt. The third stage would be the stage of shifting economic (unction. During this stage new industries linked to existing resources and industries and to the population centers at either end of the project would begin to be established. These industries would increase investment and employment and income in a broader economy, and there would be an increase in the production Of goods for local consump tion to substitute for goods that had been imported into the area. This import substi- tution is enabled by the growth of the local market to such an extent that it could support its own industry. The fourth stage is the stage of maturation. Here the change in economic function that was started in the third stage is completed. Through increased link- done to your car, we're the place to come. Front end work of all kinds- wheel balancing, tune-ups, shocks, and tires. If we don't have them, we can get them. All work guaranteed. Wash and lube job. If not pleased, bring it back. A.S. Byars II .::.:................................:........%.;;.;.;...;;.;.;...;..;.;.;.;.;.;;.;.;.;.;;.; ...... : ........ :.: ..... :...:.:.:.:.:.:.:.....:...........-.............,.. .... •....o.-....°......-.......-.-............... °.....o...-.-.°.. ..................... -.-..-o.......... ......... page one populatzon of the area by about 15,000 people total. About 2,000 other direct jobs would be created in this phase outside the direct construc- tion effect, giving a total stage one direct increase in population of at least 20,000. Stage two would increase direct jobs by another 16,000 net. The Arkansas River expereince indicates that an additional indirect impact would bring in an added 342,000 jobs by 1990. Stage three would increase employment even more, at the same time bringing a more stable employment through improved economic balance. Stage four would involve the maturation of the economy to a level of income and employment at least as high as the rest of the nation. The increased economic activity would permit the area not only to hold its own but to increase its population. If the project construction were to start in 1976, the total area could achieve a population of 4.3 million by 1990. The most impressive increase would be in the downstream counties-- the lower 15 counties would increase their population to 557,667-- an increase of 79 percent over 1970; while Dallas and Tarrant counties would increase their popu- lations slightly less than 84 percent. All of this population would not be attributable to the Trinity River project. The total impact of the entire project would be the dif- ference between what the area could be expected to have in 1990 as the result of the continuation of the migration rate exhibited in the two decades of the 50s and 60s. This would yield a population of 3,458,480 or an increase due to the project of 25 percent. The employment impact of the construction of the project would be about 358,000 by 1990, by which time the second stage should be started. Dr. Durham has spent the last two years compiling this updated economic impact analysis. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION THE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HENDERSON CITY OF MALAKOFF TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS: TAKE NOTICE that an election will be held on the 3rd day of April, 1976, in the City of Malakoff, Henderson Coun- ty, Texas, at the place and in the manner as set forth in the attached copy of an ORDI- NANCE CALLING AN ELECTION ON APRIL3, 1976, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THREE COUNCILMEN FOR THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS, duly entered by the City Council of the City of Maiakoff, Texas, on the 9th day of February, 1976• Said attached ORDINANCE is made a part of this notice for all intents and purposes. Tina Speake City Secretary City of Maiakoff, Texas AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE CALL- ING AN ELECTION ON APRIL 3, 1976, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING THREE COUNCILMEN FOR THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS: 1. That an election is hereby ordered to be held in the City Memo Spring Shirts S4! Pastel Prints No Iron -- " Sizes 14% thru li 100% Polyester **** S595 $79SI Pastel Suits or Shek Shirts Misses Womens Spring Cotton & Polyester Dusters Mm & Extra Large Drugs & S & H Green Stamps Lay-away Phone Read The News CORN ............................ /99 1 39 ,,!i / Russet iili') POTATOES. ................. i/Purple :.:::i Top i0000'TURNIPS ....................................... 17' i lb. :::: ...... . ......... s!::)i! ::: .............. .......... : ........ Archway 9 2½ Duncan Hines MIX 63 Donald Duck 4/99 ivoff 9 gianl ages, comparative cost ad- of Maiakoff, Texas, on April ill!" :: Sirloin ":i: vantages and increasing 3, 1976, same being the first :!:"l"lrTIr--l'" 41 .... ::::ii:i: minimun threshholds because Saturday in April, between ii ili ...... IJAI•  l ":i!: .... of market size increase, the the hours of 8:00 o clock a.m. i!!i ..,,i II ...... ................. Ib region becomes mature, with and 7:00 o'clock p.m. at the iii .: new industries coming in at City Hall in the City of  T Bone * ,iiii:iii: just about the same rate Maiakoff, Texas, for the par. existing industries become peas of electing the following !STEAK Sl 39 r., obsolete, omda for the terms herein- . .................. ,,, \\;:ii:.  € Head   "g' The first stage of con- aRer set forth: ................... ,u ,iii::: = arch struction of the improvements Ground x: Ons has of the river would employ Councilman, for a term of about 6,912 persons and two years MEAT would directly increase the C)undJman, for a, term of ............................................... two years Councihman, for a term of Minutes !" ieve ] two years sl 2. That Earl Gentry is (f'rr Ak ]r ;)d[€ ',: Lipton Instant:u? 0 it lkqkl ................................................. 0. .! ,'--,--, * 'O.ers, WelbornElecti°nhereby appointedisJudgeherebyandappointedPresidingGrade Pork m. li00A At--ate Judge. The Pr . $11491 Sl aiding El-on Judge is CHOP 79. granted authority to appoint .......................................................... • Ib.I !ili €  . as many assistant judges or other officials deemed neces- ]!i : 00/al, BOLOGNA 89 sequent approval or rati6- • ................................. , ...... ] !€ I1 cation by the City Council of Ib4 the City of Maiakoff, Texas. " -'--",- [ - 3. That the offldal ballot for . .......- . . J t-i shall substantially comply . Texsun " ]iii::: with the laws of the State of elections.Texas governing municipal -- GRAPEFRUIT00! 4. That only qualified . . .... i e,o voters residing in the City of  T14 Malakoff, Texas, shall be  J U lt.$J C/ RROt eligible to vote at said dec- 5. That notice of said election shall be published once a week for two consecu- tive weeks in a newspaper in  the City of Athens, Texas, the first of such publications to be not less than forty-five days befo. the el. 1  PASSED AND APPROVED PHILLIPS FOODS this day of February, 1976. : Arthur Thompson Mayor-- Malakoff, Texas : ATTEST: [ a Se PHONE 914. 203 HtW. 31, EAST PRICES EHCE WED. THRU SAT. ,, City Secretary-- Malakoff, ! IlWiillliliWlW III I III I. t  ' T