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4A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 28, 1961 By JOHN COX Banks within and surrounding Athens and Henderson County showed almost a 15 percent gain in deposits during the first quarter of 1961 over a corresponding period of 1980. In figures released this week II area banks reported 1302,461,491 making a first time grand total of over $200 million in deposits. Leaders at savings and loan institutions have expressed op- Umism and their deposit growth backs up their sm/les. With the stock market courting the 1,000 level, many bank and S&L executives said they think the country is about ready to move again. Normally the market in- dlcated about six months in ad- vance the general economic conditions for the naUon. Leading all hanks in total dollar growth was the First NaUonal of Athens which reported an increase of ~,057,031 over the I~55,7T~,000 reported last March 31. First National also had the greatest ~earCentage of growth of the Athens nks, 14.45 percent. Total deposits for Athens banks climbed ever nearer to the $100 million mark as $92,842,458 was reported when the Inst/tut/ons closed for the day at the end of March this year. On the west side of Henderson County, the move from Trinidad to Seven Points is more and more proving to be beneficial for the Cedar Creek Bank (formerly the First State Bank of Trinidad). The bank led all of the 11 institutions in percentage growth, recording 46.42. percent. At the close of business in March 1980, the Trinidad facility reported $4,492,000 in depoaits. One year liter the Seven Points bank showed 8U06,933, a gain of 13,174,933, the greatest dollar gain of a Henderson County hank outs/de of Athens. Countywide, a total growth of loading the four in both percentage and dollar growth. In fact, with 13,609,864, the inst/tuUon leads ten of the II facilities in dollar gain, trall/ only First National of Athens. In the Savings and Loan in- sfltuUons, First Savings and Loan of Athens and its branches recorded &50,312,463 total deposits. This compares to M8,820,034 for $18,181,64,5 was reported, giving a the first quarter of 1960, a growth combined figure of $142,MM,645 for of $7,492331 or 17 percent. seven banks. Athens Savings and Loan bad Four banks outs/de Henderson reported 85,446,217 for this year County report a total of g ,594,647 compared to 138,468,217 for 1980, a in deposits with Bank of Mabank growth of MI,979,425 or 12 percent. BANK CALL INFORMATION Bank Lut Year's Thls Year's Tlds Ma~311ts Deposits Year's , I~ March 31, 1961Growth First National Bank, Athens First State Bank, Athens ff~5,773,000.00 M3,630,030.78 $8,057,030.78 20,689,000.00 29,012,427.11 3,323,427.11 SUBTOTAL 81,462,000.00 92,642,457.89 11,380,457.89 Citizens State Bank, Malikoff Cedar Creek Bank, Seven Points Chandler State Bank, Chandler First State Bank, Eustace First State Bank, Brownsboro 18,574,000.00 18,624,551.72 2,060,581.72 4,492,000.00 6,666,923.00 2,174,923.00 9,591,000.00 10,793,899.33 1,202,899.33 5,895,000.00 7,890,311.96 1,995,311.96 6,691,000.00 6,968,470.91 - 622,529.09 HENDERSON COUNTYTOTALB 124, , .96 Trade Area Banks Bank of Mabank 17,044,000.00 First State, Kerens 7,134,000.00 First National, Kemp 13,100,000.00 First State, Frankston 14,271,000.00 14~,8N,644.81 18,181,644.81 20,653,863.55 3,609,863.55 8,966,461.76 1,822,461.76 14,007,746.00 907,746.00 15,978,775.37 1,705,775.37 GRAND TOTAL 171,~4,960.96 282,461,491.49 ~,~7,491.49 commissioners By PAT HARRIMAN ployee personnel policies. County Judge Winston Reagan told "I think all of these things are real the four comm/ssioners they needed to important," Reagan said. "I feel the adopt a new road and bridge system, longer we delay them, the bigger sta~;t redrawing their precinct lines, problenmthey'Ubo." post load l/m/ts, establish an annual He sa/d the county needed to change outside audit and adopt county era- to a unit or coop system in its equip ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME-COMMERCIAL-AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motbr Insurance Corp. 489-0520 See... SU Barnett Malakoff 510 W. Royall Blvd. DENNEY merit purchases because the present method will be a tax burden on the citizens. "Unless we change the'system with the times, with inflation each year, we'll come back at budget time with a deficit," he sa/d. Reagan said when he was first elected I0 years ago, road oil was $3.80 a barrel and is now 130.90 a barrel. "Not only off, but all equipment prices have escalated. Unless we ange with the times, we are going to ve serious budget problems in the future. Our valuaUon can't keep up with in/~t/on." ~, Reagan sa/d he thought the county shoi Id adopt a system similar to the' state highway departement's. "The work would get done when it needed to," he said. "It wouldn't eliminate the county barns. The biggest thing is Juat the pooling of equipment." The four commisMoners said in liter telephone interviews they cud not think the unit system was a good idea. "I don't think that (un/t system) will work," Precinct I Commissioner Jim Blakeney said. "We'd have to have an engineer that would require 135,000- 130,000 a year and I don't think pooling the equipment would offset that. We're already helping each other out Prec/nct 2 Commiss/oner Fred Box said he didn't think the system would work because all four of them might need the same plece of equipment at the same Ume and "I might have to bring the equipment way out, close to 35 miles [~ from Athens, and I'd have to spend : 'i most of my Ume travelling." 'Tin against it," Preclcnt 4 Com- ~ :i.~ mia~oner Lelind Tarrant said. "I don't Ji k-~'~::~ think It would work and it would cost too much money." li Reagan told the commiss/oners that ' the legislature required them to redraw "i ~ ~ theirttytprecinct lines and that the lines i had to d/vide the county population pre equally. "The state law says we must draw the lines according to the one man one i The super lasting fragrance rfiat treats all your senses. A fragrance that lasts up to eight hours or longer. Choose from a collection that in- cludes perfumed cologne, natural spray and the bath. series. 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County Attorney Allen Boswell ap- peared before the court at Monday's he wouldn't need for the pay to go into effect until Jan. I, 1982. "As far as the budget is concerned," he said, "it wouldn't even come up until the 1982 budget is discussed. Each member is paid $100 a month." "The budget end is what I was worried about," Precinct 1 Com. missioner Jim Blikeney said. "That's why it was passed over The court also passed over bar association's resolution~ separate judicial district for County because they had it was too late for the to pass on it this session. The court approved Fields' resolution aid law enforcement Fields told the court he wM regular meeting to ask them to before," Precinct 3 Commissioner get a grant from the reconsider their earlier decision Saint McLean said. "No funds." ]usUce department to denying the appointment of the county The appointment would have to be force. attorney to the Juvenile board, approved by the state legislature and The court also adopted a crime prevenUon resolution; made an ap- pointment to the county extension agent's office; authorized the county auditor to advertise for concrete bids for the fairgrounds; denied Justice of the Peace A.R. Bell's request for part- time help; and canvassed the Mur- chison school trustee election. Boswell told the court he needed to be on the Juvenile board because he had been handling all,of the Juvenile cases since the first of the year. "In our circumstances it is critical that we have someone up here to dispose of the Juvenile cases quickly. Our two DAs are home-based in Palestine and I agreed to handle the cases because I felt there was a need." He said he had disposed of more than 20 Juvenile cases since the first of the year and that if he was go/rig to con- tinue to handle them it was important he be on the board. "I need to he able to participate in the discussions and decisions the board makes because I am involved in the day-to-day problems with the juvenile: system," he said. He also told the commissioners that County Judge Winston Reagan said he would like the court to pass the resolution so that Rep. Elton Bomer could try to get it passed during this legislative session. In other business, Reagan said the court was responsible for the civil defense program and "right now we don't have one." Aubrey Taylor had agreed to serve as the civil defense director in October, 1980, but had resigned because he was never pal& He was supposed to receive $200 a month, with the county and the state spUtUng the cost. The commissioners said they didn't have the money to pay Taylor $100 a month and Reagan said they needed to find it. "It's like insurance," Reagan said. "You might not ever need it but who knows when we'll have a disaster. If we had one and we're sitting here without any type of program, it'll look real bad ff we were to get taken to court. Johnson County was sued." The commlis/oners said they would pass over it now and would talk to Taylor and see ff they could come up with a plan. minoriUes," Reagan said. "We need to take immediate steps to redistrict and we need to employ a professional to advise us and see that this is done correctly.' ' The commissioners all agreed that the lines had to be re-drawn. They all said they thought they could start the re-dlstrict/ng and call outside help in when they were close to finishing. "I think the commissioners can go a long ways," Blikeney said. "We can get legal advlce in the end, but pretty Commissioners Box and Tarrant said a yearly audit was a good idea, while Blikeney and McLean thought it wasn't worth the expense. "I think it's a good idea," Box said. "The taxpayers of Henderson County would know what their money is being spent for each year." He said the cost, which would be about $17,000, might cause a problem though. McL~m and Blnkeney said they "This would create a task: your major crimes in rape, murder, Fields said. "We can't without a grant." Fields said he hoped sonnel, expenses the grant," but that It be six to eight months approved. "We're going in a the task force now us one cent," he said, The cities listed on the include Athens, Chandler Star Harbor, Tool, Gun Caney City, Eustace, Points and Berryville. Charles Holt has been county extension agent to Nickerson. Holt, a 1978 Texas A&M, is a will start April 21 at the Nickerson was pal& The court Thomas S/ramona for the concrete to be County Extension Agent told the foot concrete wall floor and the walk ways the grandstand. The court passed over A.R. Bell's request for The commissioners didn't have the money and that ff Bell was help, the other peace for it. The court canvassed the school trustee election declired Head and Bobby The court voted to membership dues well do the work among ourselves." thought the audit required by the said the dues were figuredl "I think re-districUng is a good. federal government every three years cents a person in the thing," Box sald, "but I think the wasenough. commissioners can come up with a lot c g0od Ideas'died get'It StaF d, so we "Running the county is the biggest Reagan said ETCOG business in the county," Reagan said. to the precincts don't have to spend so much money." "Our valuations are approximately ministration of such Reagan said road and bridge load ~ million. We have no guidelines or on wheels and CETA I/m/ts needed to be set and posted personnel policies to go by and if we got Er aploym( nt T raining because the county could he sued if into court, it would he embarrassing The court agreed to their was an accident, that we haven't attempted to put dltional $178 for Clz "We're responsible for the condiUon together any personnelpolicies." around the courthouse. of our roads and bridges and people's safety," Reagan said. "We could he The conunlsaloners said they thought been $1.28 per strin~ sued for injuries from road and bridge nnel policies were a good idea. first approved the accidents.'" It might work in the courthouse since gone up to $1.68. Again, the commissioners all agreed better," Tarrant said. "I don't see how The court passed over a that load limits should he set to protect they could tell me what my men are a precinct 1 the county from llab/I/ty. Boa said his worth." dredge up his boat ramp at only. do.ubt was whether .or not=t_h_e .l./m/ts The comndssioners didn't take any The county auditor coma ns emorcea ana ne man t rmow action n ......... o the topics discussed, but said county s annual fina~ nowme unzy coma. p ve a vemcm they plan to talk about them at liter the county treasurer gave mvowea m an acctaent was over- meeUngs renort loaded. " ," .... The county is required to have an M[alakoff ma ma outside audit every three years to .......... qualify for federal revenue sharing APRIL27-MAY 1 money, but Reagan said they need to Monday: Hot dogs, baked beans, potato cbips, apricots, milk. have an outside audit every year Tuesday: Pizza, garaensalad, butterea corn, bananas, milk. .~j "The taxvayers are enU't[ed to know Wednesday: Ham, lettuce, tomato, pickles, purple hull peas, per where their money goes and who crisp, milk. . . . .,~ svends it," Reagan said. "It serves asa 1~ursday: Taco, lettuce, tomatoes, grated cheese, peach slices, rnt~.' gui- dellne."~ Friday: Beefaroni, cole slaw, batter bread, orange slices, milk. C'" d " 1 ax ltles see rop in sa es t ~.lthough the tax receipts for the mark to $22,933.93. chants and businesses ~ month are above those receivedKemp was down to $747.56 for the monthly to the clues in tl last year at tlds same pay period month. The 1960 check for the tax is collected by for some Cedar Creek Lake ciUes, month was for $1120.64. The 1961 Comptroller. some clues experienced a drop total for the year is $10,430.28. The accompanying b fromlist year. Caney City was up for the yearthe monies received ! Seven Points brought in a check with a cheek for $3700.49. The 1980 Creek Lake towns ~q/ for M491.79 for the month as check was for $1,843.04. nearby clues. The cb compared to the check in 1980 for Malikoff was given a check for ~ame of the city, the ~; M1332.94. This brings the 1961 total $4217.22 for the month. This brings icheck received, the cl~ to $29,990.13. the Malikoff total to $28,516.11. for the same veriod la st : The Gun Barrel City tax check Trinidad has a total for the year total dollars z'ecelved so was also down for the month with of .24 compared to the totalyear, the total do] one for 13891.65. The check for 1980 for 1980 at $1830.02. over the same porio was 13,620.16. This brings theThe city sales tax is collected the percent change year's total still above last year's along with the state tax by mer- pared to the same 1961 1969 CITY Net Payment Net payment same payments payments This Period period prior yearto date to date GUN BARREL CITY 2,891.65 3,620.16 22,933.93 18,672.31 SEVEN POINTS 4,29139 6,&q2.64 29,990.13 30,248.50 TOOL 0 0 2,8M.32 1,705.85 ' CANEY CITY 3,700.49 1,843.04 11,992.47 11,472.81 MABANK 4,063.84 3,256.24 33,180.51 I 128,~4~ 28 MALAKOFF 4,217.22 4,364.97 28,516.11 33,912.91 KEMP 747.M 1,129.64 10,430.38 9,479.63 TRINIDAD 549.24 0 6,686.24 1,630.92 EUSTACE 0 0 0 7,817.97 SUBTOTAL 20,563.79 20,576.89 146,583.09 133,523.68 KAUFMAN ' 5,552.80 20,614.64 45,460.29 54,714.88 ATI~IENS 22,163.88 25~978.S8 197~517,74 153,601.51 CORSICANA 29,4~.S5 30e967.18 ~,815.44 259,564.42 ENNIS 1~,$95.96 101066.18 150,797.41 141.~A.06 GRAND TOTAL I~,IM ~ l I 109,103.67 976, 63.97 743,22&55