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Page 2- MALAKOFF NEWS- Apr. 15, 1976 P.O.Box 509 Malakoff, Texas 75148 i Telephone 214/489-0531 Published Continuously Since 1913 i:i iill o> :,: Donna Scheibe, Publisher Editor & General manager ......... Tom Herline Advertising .......................... 13arl)ara McKee Pr(rduction ............................ Sharon Carroll Subscription Rates: $4.50 per year in Henderson and adjoining counties, $5.50 per year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in the Post Office at Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second class matter. Published by Territory Times Publishing Co., Malakoff Texas. Y? .> .... 0000i.ssoc,..,o N ad. lib00 b a scheibe Texans are often accused of standing taller and talk- ing bigger about all the natural advantages they have over less fortunate citizens of other states. It took one very small Texan, however, to show the world that maybe we Texans have a right to feel like really special folks. That's Lady Bird Johnson. Texas visitors to Wash- ington, D.C., this time of year can't help but be proud of the mark that the former first lady left on our nation's capitol. Washington's parks were white with dogwood last week, ablaze with red- bud and flowering crab, beautified by large beds of yellow and red tulips, and fragrant from thousands of hyacinths, while a multitude of azaleas were about to burst into bloom. The parks, overgrown and shabby after many years of neglect, were revived and improved by Lady Bird who felt our capito lld+bo, a pla 9f beau' rid urc';, of pde and pleasure for the  American people. Through her influence Congress was prevailed upon to provide nough funds to maintain the parks. This is one use of tax money that I thoroughly approve. Hundreds of Texans were ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: Political Calendar U.S. CONGRESS Dist. 1 Dr. Glen Jones Rt. 3. Athens Fred Hudson, Jr. Center, Tx. STATE REP. Dist. 14 Fred Head Rt. 2. Athens Joe L, Kirgan, Jr. FairfieLd 3rd Dist. Attorney Richard Handorf 313 E. Kolstad. Palestine Bill Green Palestine Henderson County " SHERIFF Ira Billings Athens J.W. Brownlow Athens "Pat Glas, gow Athens Faulk Wills Athens TAX ASSESSOR Keith Hearn Athens Helen Stephens Athens Billie E. Richardson Athens Richard Kidd Athens COUNTY TREASURER Jane Holland Taylor Rt. 1, Athens COMMISSIONER Prec 1 Leo Kinalw Rt. 1 Malakoff Jo Intm Rt. Trinidad in Washington last Tuesday to support water develop- ment projects in Texas and to appear before Senate and House appropriations sub- committees requesting fund- ing. As our bus passed through the streets of the city, it seemed a good omen to be surrounded by so much beauty in flora and fauna that had been inspired by a fellow Texan. Stories abound in Wash- ington of Lady Bird and her beautification project...how she would drive around the streets of Washington to see how the gardens were grow- ing and the planting pro- gressing. It is said that she specified just how many inches apart each tulip should be and what colors were to go in each bed. According to one story Lady Bird spied a gardener planting tulips contrary to her design and stopped the car to give him special instruction. The man spoke only Spanish and was be- wildered at the flow of English from the little lady. When she became aware of the communications gap, she switched to Spanish, which she speaks fluently, and continued her gardening lecture. Myth or truth, the story, is apealing. I thought of it when I passed a bed of bright yellow tulips in which one bold red blossom was nodding its blatant head. Lady Bird wouldn't have liked that. Back home in East Texas the bluebonnets are bright- ening the road sides, a marvelous springtime dis- play for which Lady Bird and the Texas Highway Department are responsible. In our area bluebonnet lovers should make the trip to Ennis from Seven Points on Highway 85, and also drive along the farm market road from Highway 274, just south of Kemp, through Peeltown. The bluebonnets and other spring flowers are spectacular. Thank you, Lady Bird! A.G. Pirtle Rt. 1, Athens Jim Bhtkeaey Athens Bobtde Bradley Trinidad Pe Adv. d by eve Id Advattm mbm  " IIKI" to the editor Letter to the Editor The Ad Lib column of April 8 was excellent. Like Donna, the Mike Wallace "60 Minutes" programs brought back memories of shopping and sight-seeking in Damascus, Syria. During my 18 years as an oil company pilot in Mid East, I was them many times. Concerning Wallace's "60 Minutes" program on CBS TV and the segment dealing with the situation of the Syrian Jews; After the first presentation in early 1975, Wallace reported that one segment drew more abusive mail than any they have ever done. Since Mike Wallace is an American Jew, I hardly think he would distort in favor of the Syrian Arabs. Wallace said the Syrian government did not place restrictions on him and the Syrian Jews he talked with did not seem afraid to talk, and what they said was at considerable variance with what Israel and Zionist organizations would have us believe. After receiving so much hate mail, "60 Minutes" reran the show some time later, including...if my mem- ory is correct...a second trip by Wallace for a quick recheck on those Syrian Jews he had talked with before. In March of this year there was a completely new show on "60 Minutes" on the Syrian Jews, with a nearly complete new group of people interviewed. As Donna said, "Arabs are not very good at propa- ganda". Also true was her opinion that "the Zionists are masters of the art." Regarding Russian Jews who would like to leave Russia; A few weeks ago Dallas Morning News had a feature story on a Russian Jew who had been in the U.S. only a few weeks. It said he had been a manager of a trucking company (state owned I presume) and that his wife also had a good job. Together they made $320 a month, had a nice apartment and owned a private earl ......... rarity there. Contrary to ' what we have been told about the plight of Russian Jews, this man and wife had continued to hold their jobs right up until they left for Israel." After they got out of Russia, they came to the U.S. instead of Israel. The DMN story ended "They were the lucky ones." More than 3070 of Russian Jews who go to Israel leave within three years, nearly 10% go back to Russia, I guess because they are masochists. In the U.S. today are nearly 100,000 Russian Jews and another 250.000 Jews with Israeli passports. Sincerely, Glp D. Oldham, Jr. Dallas, Texas Legend has it that if some- one in your family can make his first and fourth finger= touch over the back oLhis hand, he is a good cook! .. WITH UNDERSTANDING Because we have persons of various de- nominations on our staff, we are able to make arrangements with special regard to the traditions of your faith. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 675-2211 Mrs. Nina Olson of Colo- rado is visiting her sister, ............................................ Malak0if N:eWs' Mrs. Dona Carter. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter Sunday were Mrs. Nina Olson, Mrs. Dona Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carter and family of Lufkin, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Carter and family of Athens, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dalrymple and Jason of Malakoff, and Marylen and Michale Carter of Malakoff. Mr. D.E. Abbot is home after a 14-day stay in VA hospital in Dallas. He's feeling better. Dee and Warren Sparks had visitors from Winter. haven, Fla., this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. George Hasley, friends from when Warren was in the service, visited. Stork Shower A stork shower, sponsored by the Builders class of First Baptist Church, is planned for tonight (April 15) for Mrs. Lori Callaway from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the church. First Baptist Church honored the youth choir of the church with fellowship program they presented the week before. The choir was let by Steve CArtlid Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faulk Eddie and Vanna Nokes went to Milam County last and Michael are visiting his weekend where they visited mother, Mrs. Velma Nokes, Mr. and Mrs. Harry White during the pre-Easter holl- and other friends. In days Cameron they visited Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Faulk's cousin, Sheriff Carl Brownlow and children, Ca- Black, and her brother, say, Laurie, Benjamin, and Weldon Black and his wife. Mrs. Jimmy Mattingly visited her sister, Darlene Berry, in Kersns Sunday= Chris Drake of Shreveport and his son, Blaine, of Waco, spent a recent weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marles Drake. Marsha Shumate of Dallas visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shumate two weekend ago. Mr. and Mrs. Marles Drake visited her sister's family, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Heath and Eugene from Tuesday through Friday of last week at Abernathy.  They found it dry but cool at Abernathy. Mrs. Sam F. Brooks of Dallas was the house guest of Miss Sadie Carson last Weekend. Iddlah Fowler went to Port Nechee last weekend following the death last Friday of her brother-in-law, Joe Rather. She was plan- ning to remain in Port Neches several days. Betty Evmm is home from. ttm lutl in fat Marles Drakes. Chris Drake was in town from Shreveport over the weekend. He is recuperating from another hospital visit, this time with a throat infection. Mr. and Mrs. Andre La- Brad of McAllen are visiting Valse visited relatives in in Malakoff, Athens, and Malakoff, including tbe Mar- Jacksonville this week. lea Drakes. the Jack Hearns, While here, they visited the and the Sam Stogners, over KILL BUGS ON YOUR FRUIT TREES WITH ferti-lome. FRUIT TREE SPRAY Prevents fruit worms while it controls mites, in- sects and diseases. 734 W. Royall Blvd. M|dakoff, Texlm 481521 Coddling moth MALAKOFF NURSERY AND GARDEN CENTER e,p(m.,) (-m PUBLISHER'S COPY Consolidated Roport of Condition of" .................. J;Z..JA.E..].,Y .... bzmineu on ......... IAR..3,, ............... ,19.2.6._. i W / weekend. the Paul Jr, Powers town, Pa., surp Paul Powers, St., last Thursday;J visited his granv,,r Powers. Gardening R& Eustace & 425-4811 of ........ ......0..... .................. in the 8rate of ..... .T. .................................................. and Domestic Subsidiaries at the L , Mala p fou st, t. Sank No. 21 j "tJ[ ............................................... iiiiiiiilliii00Z U,:00yl: , , i i BALANCE SHEET ASSETS Sch_.._: Item 1. Cash and due from banks ........................................................................... C 7 2. U.S. Treasury securities .............................................................................. B 1 3. Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .............. B 2 4. Obligations of States and political 4ubdivisions .......................................... B 3 5. Other bonds, notes, and debentures .......................................................... B 4 Col. E ................................... E ................................... E ................................... E ................................... 6. Corporate stock ............................................................................................................................................................... 7. Trading account securities ................................................................................................................................................ 8. Federal funds sold and securitie| purchased under agreements to resell .... D 4 ................... i ' . IS, Tot' ,.xclud, r u.arn ,nmn, .  ...... ....... ..... ........................ A . 10 ................ [ b: '1: Re'serve for possible loan Ioues ....... : ............................................................................... L____ c. Loans, Net .................................................................................................................................................................... I0. Direct lease financing ........................................................................................................................................................ 11. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, end other assell representing bank premises .................................................... 12. Real estate owned other than bank premll4 ................................................................................................................... 13. Investments in unconsolidated subsidiaries and nsociated companiee .......................................................................... 14, Customers' liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding .......................................................................................... 15. Other assets ................................................................................................ G 7 .................................................. 16. TOTAL ASSETS (sum of items 1 thru 15) ....................................................................................................................... Col. A ................................... B+C ............................. A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A+B+C ........................ A ................................. Mil. 1 4 9 1 I TOTAL DEPOSITS (sum of items 17 thru 23) ............................................................................... a. Total demand deposits F 8 b. Total time and savings deposits ............................................................ F 8 B+C Federal funds purchased and securities sold undaraMmentato repurchase E 4 ................................................ Other liabilities for borrowed money ............................................................................................................................... Mortgage indebtedness ..................................................................................................................................................... Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstandin= ............................................................................. Other liabilities ............................................................................................ H 9 ................................................. TOTAL LIABILITIES (excluding subordinated notee lind dobenturee) ............................................................................... Subordinated notes end debentures ................................................................................................................................. EQUITY CAPITAL Preferred stock a. No. shares outstanding L -0- . ................................................. (Par value) ...... Common stock a. No, shss authorized 1 "]O,;00 b. No. shgrss outstanding [ -0- . ................................................. (Par value) ...... Surplus ............................................................................................................................................................................. Undivided profits ............................................................................................................................................................... Reserve for contingancise end other capital reseP#e ..................................................................................................... TOTAL EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of items 32 thru 36) ....................................................................................................... TOTAL LIABlUTIES AND EQUITY CAPITAL (sum of Rams 30 31t and 37) ..................................................................... MEMORANDA UABlUTIES Sch. Item 17. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................ F If 18. Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, end corporations .. F If 19. Deposits of United States Government ...................................................... F 2 20. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ............................................ F 3 21. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions .......................... F 4 22. Deposits of commemlsl benks .................................................................... F 5+6 23. Certified and officers' checks ...................................... ,.. .............................. F 7 24. f the 207  P Average for 15 or 30 calendar days MKling with call date: Cash and due from banks (corrnponds to item 1 above) ......................................................................................... Federal funds sold and securitiee purchased under agreements to resell (corresponds to item 8 above) ............ Total loans (corresponds to item 91 above) ..................... i ....................................................................................... Time deposits of $100,000 or more (correlponds to Memoranda items 3a plus 3b below) .................................... Total deposits (correeponds to item 24 above) ......................................................................................................... Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase (corresponds to item 25 above) .. Other liabilities for borrowed money (correeponds to item 26 above) .................................................................... 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 35. 36. 37. 38. 1. a. b. C. d. e. f. g. 2. Standby letters of credit outstanding ................................................................................................................................ 3. Time deposits of $100,000 or more: .......................................................... a. Time certificates of deposit in denominations of $100,000 or more ....................................................................... b. Other time deposits in amounts of 100000 or more .............................................................................................. ....................... ............................ ,t ba,00, do { } at I tr a oorrset, to tka bast of my Imol4s u4 beBs/, f'-/ - . -- i , ,e, ..... ........................ : ..... : ................... i .................................................................... ............ .......................................... ( . ............................................................................................................. ................................................. 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