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THE MAIAKOFF NEWS Page Six Friday, Feb. 26 1971 Malakoff, Texas istrict N00WS,:L0000ssxP,,00, Tigerettes Lose Bi.D Says Ads About 1970 Forms , (Dallas) -- North Texas tax SHOP OUR STORE All Brands Sterling Silver . . . I.mex and Royal Doulten China Fine Crystal . . Fostor|s . . Tiffin.. Imperial Lotus Pottery.. Franciscan.. Metlox Taylor, Smith and Taylor All Brands of Stainless Steel Stlrman Jewel Store W. Side Sq. Phe. OR $-4111 Athens, Texas Irer Bale Charolias bull, one half french ready for light service this spring. You seMom get a chance to bay a one half french bull. H. H. Cade, 489-1199. Pickups -- have two -- sell one. 1964 % ton Chevrolet step side; 1966 ton GMC wide bed, both have radio and maters, both low mileage. 607 Laurel Road, Athens, Texas. $ SAVE $ For the straitest deal in East Texas -- See us at Strait Fur- * niture at 221 E. Corsicana St. Phone 675-7757, Athens, Texas. Complete Home Furnishings Terms Available End of year sale --, 2 Dober- man Pinschers -- 1 black -- 1 red. 1 toy Poodle puppy, 2 samoyeds - white sled dogs, 4 husky pups ready to go in 4 weeks, call 432-3601, Cedar Creek Lake after 6 p.m. For Sale: Fireplace wood, Phone 489--0282, $20. atzl $25. Delivery. Donald Parkins, Jr. st Lost Brown male German Shep- pard, named Breno, wearing leather collar with brass eye- lets. Reward, call 4890279. Earl Caldwell. Help Wanted Female Help Wanted: Middle age lady to live with and keep house for elderly lady. Must be able to drive car. Good salary. Contact M. F. Oliver, 5506 W. Caruth Blvd. or phone 214-351-4158, Dallas, Texas. PUBLIC NOTICE |&apos;roposed CONSI'ITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NITMI'EI{ TWO ON Till< ILI,I,OT (llJlt '21) Sl)ecial Election May I, 1971 Help Wanted Male Man wanted to work at Marina. Apply Cedar Creek Landing. Phone 778-9505. Help Wanted MAN OR WOMAN to supply Consumers with Rawleigh Pro- ducts. Can earn $60 weekly part-time, $150 and up full-time. Write Dept. 206, P. O. Box 2467, Memphis, Tenn. 38102. The Tigerettes lost out on the bi-district title, last week when they were beaten by Midlothian 60-48. The Tigerettes did a wonder- ful job in keeping the lead ik the first quarter. Gaylor Daw:" son stalled the ball until five seconds remaining in the quar- ter. She then went for a lay-up but was unable to make it be- cause of a foul by Midlothian's Cosby. She hit one shot out of two and the score was 14-8 at the end of the quarter. In the second quarter Midlo- thian controlled all the rebound- ing and with their height this had a great advantage over the Card of Thanks The Family of Mrs. Maggie Quinn would like to thank you at this time for the many kind- ne during this time, when friends mean so much, the love- ly flowers, food, cards and prayers, in memory of our love one and Mother. May God bless all of you is our prayer. The Quinn Family. Noflee Septic tanks cleaned -- Tanks installed, latteral lines laid. Norman's Septic Tank Service. Phone 675-5042. For qualified piano tning, re- pair and refiinishing call 1317. West Piano Shop. Carpenters complete repair or remodeling work all types large or small. Phone 489-0152. SEMI-DRIVERS NEEDED Train NOW to drive Semi Trac- tor and Trailers, local and over the road. You can earn up to $5.00 per hour, after short train- ing. For interview and appli- cation, call (214) 744-3573, or write Personal Dept., Highway Systems, Inc., P. O. Box 10605, Dallas, Texas 75207. Ceramic Tile Work- Baths, 3bowers, all types of floors -- Installed or repaired; Joints re- filled. Call 675-7842 -- Athens. /,7/ ' , ,t  i / '////////// ,. it / / / // /  /// , "A taxi i always a vehlele that ,eem to dissolve in the rail],'" BE IT RESOLVED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: Section 1. That Article XVII, Section 1, of the Texas Con- stitution, be amended to read as follows: "Section 1. The Legislature by a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each House, to be entered by yeas and 'nays on the journals, may propose amendments to the Constitution, to be voted upon by the qualified electors for members of the Legislature, which proposed amendments shall be duly published once a week for four weeks, commenc- , ing at least three months be- fore an election, the time of which shall be specified by the Legislature, in one weekly newspaper of each county, in which such a newspaper may be published; and it shall be the duty of the several return- ing officers of said election, to [ open a poll for, and make re- ! turns to the Secretary of State, I Short Snorts The Senate passed a consti. tutional amendment to guaran- tee that equality under law cannot be denied because of sex, race, color, creed, or na- tional origin. House approved repeal of an old law requiring county commissioners to force land owners to kill prairie dogs. Establishment of telephone and utilities regulatory commissions came under heavy fire at Sen- act committee hearing. Game fish and water safety law vio- lations brought the state $416, o54 in fines during the last fis- cal year, a $44,000 increase. March draft call for Texas is 908 Selective Service announced. Mental Health-Mental Retar- dation accepted $744,531 in fed- eral grants. Credit union may not invest in a subsidiary cor- poration which is uneelated to its original purpose, Atty. Ge. Crawford Martin has held in a new position. Senate investi- gating committee began a probe into state  banki= opera- tions. State Welfare Commis- sioner Burton G. Hackney, 63, was hospitalized with coronary insufficiency. of the number of legal votes cast at said election for and against said amendments; and if more than one be proposed, then the number of votes cast for and against each of them; and if it shall appear from said return, that a major- ity of the votes cast, have been cast in favor of any amend- ment, the said amendment so receiving a majority of the votes cast, shall become a part of this Constitution, and pro- clamation shall be made by the Governor thereof." See. 2. The foregoing consti- tutional amendment all be submitted to a vote of the qualified electors of this state at an election to be held on May 18, 1971, at which election the ballots shall be printed to provide for voting for or against the proposition: "The constitutional amendment pro- v2ding that the Legislature may propose an amendment of the Constitution at any session of the Legislature." WORK AT HOME -- We pay cash. Send stamped, self ad- dressed envelope. Newlife, Box 85, La Grange, Texas 78945. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY' MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area to service and collect from automatic dispensers. No ex- perience needed . . . we esta. blish accounts for you. Car re- ferences and $995.00 to $1885.00 cash capital necessary. 4 to 12 hours weekly nets excellent monthly income. Full time more. For local interview, write, include telephone num- ber, Eagle Industries, 3938 Meadowbrook Road, St. Louis Park, Minnesota 55426. The stars still shine on lbxas And we're going into factories and phn= sad woridn$ with manufacturer= to develop incineration systems that will drasdcally reduce industrial pollution. The stars still shiae on Texas. Let's all work to keep the stats in the sky, 6ne Sm" Cos Ia rite be#hulas, the stars shone all over America. Then somethiag happened. As the air slowly got dirtier sad dirtier, the dsy came when you couMn't see the stars. First in Pittsburgh. Then Lo Anles. Then New York. Then Detroit Then Cleveland. But the stars gill shine on Texas. Because Texas sir is dean. And at Lone Star, we're doing our best to keep it clean. One thing we're doing is supplying the cleanest burning fuel known to man. Pure namrsl gas. And we've equipped 400 of our service trucks to run on liquified petroleum gas. (This means 97% less pollution than if these same trucks were running on gasoline.) Tigerettes. The second quarter ended Midlothian 27, Malakoff 24. From then on Midlothian kept a lead over the Tigerettes with two minutes left in the game the score was 48 to 45 in favor of Midlothian. With the score. so close and only a few minutes left in the game, the Tigerettes became excited which resulted in a nuher of mistakes. These mistakes caused Midlothian to gain seven points on fouls and three field goals. The game ended with Midlo- thian as bi-district champs. High pointer for the Tiger- ettes were Gaylor Dawson 2t and Alvirta Barron 19. Towboats Are Coming hasretrtpbelltempting to fill out their own.tried to makemid improve-the ll by FRANKLIN BRADFORD Trinity Improvement Assn. The whole purpose of Trinity River development is to im- prove the environment of the river basin. The wards "envir- enment" and "ecology" were little used in the public press a few years back, when the Trini- ty Master Plan was conceived, yet both elements have been interwoven into its fabric since its vecy inception. There are conflicting opinions of course as to what may com- prise a "better evironment," or even to what extent the "ec- ology" should be left undisturb- ed. But, because people are pretty important, it is quite necessary that their needs be taken into account, at least as long as we hope to maintain some semblance of society as we know it today. A woman wrote us a letter once complaining violently that it should be against the law to cut down a tree -- any tree. We asked her if she was willing to give up her daily newspaper, kitchen towels, paper napkins, and other forest products. She hadn't realized that all these things came from wood -- and trees. Happily, we converted her to the philosophy that true eomervatien of a resource is wise use and management. In her case, the amwer was "tree formic," The Trinity program is wise use and management of the water reso to serve the needs of people. Who would dare say that drir=king water, flood control, .recreation, soil hlstorcal and natural areas, low-cost transportation, job op- portunities and wildlife pttm, gation -- who would say these tllngs downgrade the environ- ment? Any temporary distur- bances, or inconve.ices, from achieving these goals pale into insignificance when measured against the overall benefits. The Trinity River Authority and the Army Coeps of Engi- neers are cooperating whole- heartedly with conservation groups in the design of Trinity projects, including the multi- ple purpose channel. This coop- eration can result in accom- plishing many of the things de- sirable for a better environ- ment. Many good ideas have come forth fxom the conserva- tionists; many of them will be used. LEGAL NOTICE An ordinance calling an ei- ion on April 3, 1W1, for th$ pur- pose of alecting a mayo two councilmen foe the Town of Caney City, Texas. Be it ordained by the Town Comil of the Town of Cany City, Texas: SECTION I. That an election is hereby or- dered to be held in the Town of Caney Oty, Texas, on April 3, 1071, same being the first Sat- urday in April, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock, a.m., and 7:00 o'clock p.m., at the St. Paul's  School in the Town of Ca,'ley CRy, Texas, for the  of electing the following officials: mayor and two councilmen. SECTION H. That C. A. Richardson is hereby appointed deetion judge and Bessie Lask is lmveby ap pointed alternate election judge. The presiding election judge is granted aut2mrity to appoint as many  judges or other officials deemed necessary to preperly conduct said election without prior or subsequeat ap- proval or ratification by the Town Council of the Town of Caney CRy, Texa $ON III. That the official ballot for said election of April 3, 1971, shall substaaily comply with the laws of the State of Texas governing municipal elections. SF_CYION IV. That only qnalied voters re- siding in the Town of Can CRy, Texas, simll be eligible to vote at said election. SECTION V. That notice d said election shall be published  a week for two consecutive weeks in a newspaper circulated in the Town of Caney City, Texas, the first of such publications to be not less than forty-five (45) days bdore the electior SECTION VI. That anyone desiring to be a candidate for any of said of- fices shall file an application with the City Secretary more than thirty days prior to the date of said election. 'PASSED AND APPROVED on the 10th day of February, 1971. TRAVIS L. MATTHEWS MAYOR ATTEST: RACHEL RICHARDSON SECRETARY payers were warned today a- gainst misleading newspaper, radio, anti TV ads coavemg the impression that the tax law greatly complicates their 1970 returns. Ellis Cornball, Jr., District Director of Internal Revenue for North Texas, said the ads placed by some commercial preparers of tax returns also picture the Form 1040 as ex- tremely complex so as to dis- courage taxpayers from at- ments in the farm sad in filing procedures in  to nu- merous suggetimm from tax- payers, lawyers, aecouman, and others. In addition, the IRS has this year offered to figure the imome tax and retirement Which simply makes the point that since people must live to- gether, they must talk over their problems and thus seek to achieve what is best for the most. After all, it takes ideas to make a good project -- or a good anything. No one person, group or governmental agency has all the good ideas. We can be very sure that a good idea is always welcome in the halls of engineering, as well as in a lot of other places. Miss Libby H. Brashear, ,.81, Dies Monday Miss Libby Harrell Brashear, 81, a lifelong resident ,,of Malakoff, died Monday at 7:10 p.m. in a nursing home after a long illness. :e  ,.  Members of Miss Brashear's family settled in Malakoff about the time the city was founded. They operated the Harrell Hotel there in the early days of the town, long before Highway 31 was paved. Services were held Wed- nesday at 4 p.m. at the Carroll and Lehr Funeral Home in Athens. Burial was in the Malakoff City Cemetery. Officiating ministers were the Ray. Wayne Cannon and the Rev. S.C. Irvin. Miss Brashear is survived by one nephew, Raymond Brownlow of Beaumont, and two nieces, Mrs. May Selman and Mrs. Vera Ballow, both of Athens. Pallbeare wete O. A. Phil- lips, Jr., Raymond Reese, Mar- les Drake, Earl Gentry, Harry Flagg and J. P. Phillips. Assembly Of God Churches Convention The Assembly of God for rite Athens section held their annual convemion Tuesday, February 23, 1071, at the Zion Hill Assembly of God Church. Rev. Odls Mtmm is the poser. The Athens section is com- posed of three cotmties: Hem dersen, Kaufmaa, and Van Zandt. The conventkm was presided over by the District Superin- tendent, the Rev. E. R. Ander. During the Tuesday morning service all of the ministers re- newed their codentiais. This is a service that the ministers of the Assembly of God Church do each year at their armuai con- vention. Officer for the Athem section wre elected for the coming church year which cam sist of a Presbyter and four committee men. The ladies of the Womem Mmionary  were in  chge o[ the,aftexneon meet- ing, presided over by their Dis- trict Director, Mrs. Melba Med- ser. The order of business for the afternoon was the electing of their anmml WlVIC officers for the Athens section. During the evening hour the youth orgtion, ChristAm- bassadors, was presided over by the president Ray. Ted Jones. Youth from varlotm churches set a goal fvr their mission offering which will be given to the misskmaries in November 1971. Last year the Christ Anors of the North Texas District gave $121,000 to this offering. aev. and M. O.B. COo =d several laymen from the local Assexnbly of God C'Imreh at- tended the meeting. MALAKOFF BUILDERS SUPPLY 10S S. Terry Street Phone 489-1503 WILLIE V. SIMS, Owner O Make sure you have the best possible coverage for your driving needs. HUMPHRI income credit for up to 30 mil- lnkm taxpayers filing 19"/0 re- turt. Having IRS figure the tax could reduce the largest single type of error made by taxpay- ers, selection of the wrong tax table or rate schedule, as well as help elderly persom with re- tirement income credit calcula- tions, Mr. Cll said. Other changes made in 1970 forms and schedules have re- sulted in a smaller tax package for most taxpayers, Mr. Camp- bell explained. The basic pack- age sent to 50 million people contains 24 pages, compared to 32 pages last year. In addition, the  will not appear on the backs of the various schedulm but will be printed in a nun and indexed book- let located in the center .,f the tax form package Taxpayers shold also be ful of "guarantees" some commercial returns that make it that they will re payer in any subsequent Mr. Campbell aid. only attorr=eys, CPA's and who, by demomtrating qualifications, are practice, can represent a payer before the IRB. ers should be sure of just is meant by a fared by a preparer. Mr. Campbell said that taxpayer employs a cial preparer to fill out his turn, he should select a table one. Regardless of fills in the form the is resporible for the of the return. FAITH inspires pervades every as- pect of our arrange- ments, from the first sympathetic re- sponse to your call, to the final tribute .. for the deported. Phone 489-1500 PASCHAL FUNERAL HOME I IlL -- -- _  FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY fiBS, 1T.XAS FEED -- SEED -- FER'IILIZER CUSTOH FERTILIZER SPRUDING 3 New Into. lS BuDies .NeSblak00. Call 396-2881 COLLECT For Prices- FREE TOWING TO OUR STATION and TANNER MOTOR CO. RIGHT THIS WAY TO... 6ANKSTON'S DRIVE IN For