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Page 2 - MALAKOFF NEWS May 1, 1975 Pu Ila ed Co tinnously Shee 1913 Donna $chdbe, Publisher Editor &amp; General Manager .......... Tom Herline Advertising ............ i  .. . Barbara MeKee production ......... Beverly Fads, Sharom Carroll Subscription Rates: 4.50 per year la H,mdemon and ! adjoining counties, $5.50 per ylr dsewh 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. ad lib by donna scheibe "When I think of. the :Bicentennial, I think of a barn .:rmsmg, said John Anderson, "-state representative of the :Bicentennial Commission. : Anderson's remarks were :addressed to residents of i:Kemp during the city's certifi- ::cation ceremony last Thurs- ::day night. Kemp joined ::Mabank and Eustace as " ::official Bicentennial cities, ":' ::and Malakoff will follow suit ::this Saturday in the local ::surge to jump on the Bicen- : tennial bandwagon. : Anderson's comment was :intriguing because it seems that America's small towns . are generating most of the : Bicentennial activity.,.and ::perhaps the analogy of the barn raising explains the rural interest Barn raisings, cemetery .picnics, church suppers, vol. unteer fire departments, homecomings, and family reunions are all features of :small town life that per- petuate the way of life of our founding fathers. America began with small commun- ities in an agrarian culture, and as people lived close to and depended on the land, they also lived close to and . depended on each other. Dependence, in this in- :: stance, transformed an indivi- !. ::dual weakenss into a com- .. :: munity strength, for as people :. worked together to help ch  : other, they created an envir- L. onment which made it possible to establish a town. The town attracted business men who supplied the people's material needs and made their lives easier. It created a : market place where farmers could sell or barter their . crops. It attracted a doctor to " serve the community's health : problems; it permitted " schools to be established to 7 educate the children. : Because of the town, churches were founded which, :::ii :. in the early days, not only <ministered to the people's -: spiritual needs but were also ! the centers of their social ..activities- Through mutual :need, the residents of a : community were able to main. twin law and order with s constable who confined the occasional law breakers in the local calaboose, which had also been built through com- munity cooperation. iii Life in the small towns of i early America may not have : been affluent by today's stan- . dards, but people had a greater security than monw, : They had each other, and they "knew that in an emergency, ! help was no further away than : a knock on a neighbor s door. - During the past 200 years as many of America's small : towns prospered and became " large cities, people relied less on each other and more on the : institutions they created. We :imposed on ourselves the " affliction of "Bigness." ? :. America became a country '; " of B/g Business, Big Money, :: Big Government, Big Deft. :i tits, Big Institutions. Bigness :might not have been so : damaging if we, at the same :! time, had not come to despise ::Smallness. The small town, : which was once an ideal social :unit and the glory of :thie 1 :cOuntry, became a phce to be :: hnghed at and left as soon as i :ipossible. And so the shall i :: towns all oer America began :to wither and die, as the .:younger generation hastened to shake the rural dust off :their feet and ape to the " :! Big City with its Big advan- : rages. .: Fortunately, there has been a  dimmchantment with "Bigness" in this dountry for the past several years, a trend accelerated by Viet Nam, the Watergate trials, the'CIA scahdals, the constant  exposure of Big Scandals in Big Places. One reaction has been that we Americans are searching for more basic values, a return to a less complicated structure of government, for more individual expression of rights and freedoms. Perhaps we have learned that in an emergency when we knock on the door of a Big Institution, there's no friendly neighbor to help, just impersonal forms to fill out and possible assis- tance, sometime, somewhere after all the bureaucratic requirements have been satisfied. This, surely, is the true meaning of the Bicentennial observance in this country, and it is not surprising that the small towns have been first to grasp its' significance. If we'd had more barn raisinge in more small corn- munities, we wouldn't be approaching our 200th birth. day with the largest federal deficit in our history. to the editor To the Editor: You had an article in the January 16th paper about Patti Barnett breaking the school scoring record. My sister and I are Malakoff graduates and we would like to know who held the previous school scoring records for at least 15 years back. We would appreciate you sending me this information. Oayle Webb Flnchviile, Kentucky EDITORS NOTE: The record holder, aing to Malakoff Scheel aetie" department was Judy Farmer [Now Judy Newmanl who scored 54 points in a game agalnet Eustace in 195& QUITE A ;ELECTION According to the World Book Encyclopedia there are about 400 kinds of cheese with over S00different names. A i.',;:;:;:;. :'..'>;.'P?./,:'..4.'::.t..:.:.:.:.:. :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: , , l Malakoff News Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kite the 200 block of West Cor- "look-say" readiw, farce in spent the week-end with unteers to teach classes, work Church will honor 4_ .mg h of Caney City attended the sicana Street Both cars sus- her diatribe aoinst educa- Beverly and Kenneth Starkes with crafts, provide refresh- standing church fadE. Mid ! funeral of her uncle Harold B. tained considerable dama=e tional ills - of Holiday Estates. ments or transportation or May 4 the begin ea Gms in Fort Worth Thursday. Mrs Alma Neal Vanda:ser She decried court restric- First 00nited Methodist what-have-you. If interes00d 00ationalFamilyV000000"000000h! [tPs A Gilt and daughter Mrs Helen tions on hiring and firing that Church will hold its Vacation 489t1699 Mike Toland, ii thoe deadline for as Blakney and her daughter Mr harbors incompetent teachers. Bible School June 9-13 with " y u have one, take" .l am L and Mrs. Joe Hender- and Mrs. Terry Iule oi "I do want to say that I classes offered for 2 and 3 year 'First United Methodist church office. ,.p.m son ofBealeAr Force Base m Arlin ton, Texas visi enjoyed my 37 years m the olds, 4 and 5 year olds; first . . g ted Mms . . n Californm announce the brth Sadie Carson and Mr and teaching field and would not and second grades, third and of thei daughter Joey. Lyn Mrs. Dwiht Carson Satur- have ..... traded jobs with any- fourth, grades, and fifth and. I b=l J Lr,,,Nl=lq 00U r" [ LcMcKnj" who was born April 12, day afternoon one she concluded. I m mxth grades. Pastor David [' _ j,,=Kr 1975. Joey weighed seven ...... " ..... glad Iam retired though. It is Hutchins has asked for vol- [ | Fediler Animal Health Prod__ o birth Mrs. otam xetverton, o , pounds, ten unces at ........... becommg mcreasmgly harder .. ....... .....................-.......v.v.........-.v.-,. | ] ^--- ._.:''._- tap tny, wsx ner sister, ""'''"" .......................... :'. gn and 20 aches long. , ............. to do the kmd of teachmg that :.: ..... . .. .:: [ I bafoen a , ifl, gl an ar nts re Mr trs ram ramps rrmay m ' " " i ":" :'" av Proud gr dp e a " Malakoff Pa ltoo" th ladi dedicated, consc,ent ous ::: MalaMo. Menu ::: and Mrs. W.F. Story of Kemp .... .. u UOK e, es people want to accomplish.' i:i ::: ] I 1 e" $ 95 Lr  and Dr. and Mrs. Bill Hender- m ea exman moo ,or mncn. May 5- 9 [ I |0CKS "t-- .mnn ' son of Albercurque, N.M. [ Her 0dni0n Steve Arthus is now an Monday: Tamalie Pie, But-II STORE HOURS .:tlJ officer trainee at Citizens tered Rice, Ranch Style | |  Sta. I", { Mrs. Mary Sears, and Mr. Doris Fowler, who taught State Bank. Beans, least Corn Bread, I[ Hwy. 31r and Mrs. Doyle Tare and son in the Malakoff school system Mr. and Mrs. K.G. Starkes rrux t, OCZLall, Nlllf. . David of Dallas visited in the for many years .and who of Holiday Estates spent last D:ue]:::, :l:i:  p:: I homes of Mrs Thad Stacy taught the last 17 years in week-end in Tyler where they  ;v .' s - , .... s J  W te we . . - . atao. ylczetea teeCs, Brea(l,  m  - -- -- . III and Mr. ann Mr . .r. Odessa schools, cited as , re entertamed by a party Cake'S r .....  1 wlm 1 ,sm Phillips over the weekend, unecessary employees, un- given by Baroid McCullough .... qua es,. n..  U l "  mU ][ 1  I PohceChiefRmhardWflson workable teaching concepts, Industries. Be:nTn:t:Yio ;os rmo mnml u has moved. He s now residmg court restrictions and delin- Larry, Johnnie and Tommy .... ' ; oeuo, If IVVI lI IB II! at the comer of Cedar and quanta in school as she Gates of Pasadena, Texas M. , tnursoay: College. catalogued whatshefeelsis , "Y'Z Oven Fried We accept aH wrong with today s schools in Chicken, Green Beans, Birthday Party the "In My Opinion" column % Creamed Potatoes, Cranberry in the April 27 issue f Scene  Sauce' Ht Rlls' Milk" at tace value Magazine intheDallasMorn- "{'I ' /" Friday: Hamburgers, Let- burial policies Leslie and Paul Franklin ing News. tuce, Pickle, Onion, French recently honored their friend She listed needless super- 'ries, Catsup, Cookies, Milk. Mary McCoy of Dallas, with a numeraries taking money that h surprise birthday party at would be used for classroom MYWAY UPHOLSTERY their home in Hidden Hills]]arbor teachers; starry-eyed theor- PickFreeEstlmateSup & Delivery PHONE 48915 The guests of the party ists who dream up ridiculous A folktale among American Indians tells of a man who Quality Workmanship d educative plans; slammed loses a leg, sharpens his shin m were the house guests of 214-425-396"7 new math, new English, bone, and uses it to stab his "open-wall" classrooms, and visitors. Eustace Roger and Mary McCay, at their lake home in the Del Mar Addition. Peg, Hank and little Debby Bilbrie. Garland. Edd and Ken Milligan, Mexia. Ann Adams, Jacksonville, Juanita Ingram, Dallas. Dinner was served with one candle gracing the birthday cake. The Ed Roy Pierces have just returned from a trip to Arkansas where they toured the area between Hot Springs, Ark., and Bull Shoals. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kinabrew, Sr., of Athens "Just beautiful," was Mrs. Pierce's comment. She can't wait to go back. Whitney Sexton of Mala- koff escaped serious injury in a collision in Athens last Friday, according to Athen police. Guinn Godwin of Kaufman was eastbound in a pickup truck and Sexton was west- bound in a station wagon in to the editor To the Editor: This is in regard to a write up about the recent Junior- Senior Prom. As members of the program committee we should give proper recogni- tion where recognition is due. You did give the theme as "Pieces of April" but you failed to note that Annette Chambers sang this song and did a wonderful rendition of it. She is a very talented singer in the Freshman class of high school. Thanking you recting this we program committee. Regina Kelly Jerry Garrison Mary Walker Malakoff High School Malakoff, Texas for cor- are the i HERB'S BARBER SHOP 111 Mitchum 8:00 to 5:30 Do it yourself framing Complete line of artist supply's Classes in oil & water color by Carl First 432-3476 B,& J. Center Vo 64p (Sm)-(l-74) State Bank No...!94 ............... PUBLISHER'S COPY Consolidated Report of Condition of "..Fir.t..Sta.t..Ban.k .................................................................................... " of,..T..r.in.id.a..d. ....................... in the State of Texas ........ ................ and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on .................. Ap.riZ .16 ..... ,1975. ..... 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $ ]one unposted debits) .................... 250,233,71 Total ,terns (a) U.S. Treasury securities ..................................................... $.  (' Bank $ lone 2 a & b (b) Obligations of Federal Financing .........................  ( ) ( ) ) = Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations ....................................................... Obligations of States and political subdivisions ......................................................................... Other securities (including $ None corporate stocks) ................................... Trading account securities ........  ........................................................................................... ............... Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ....................................................... Other loans .................................................................................................................................... Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises ............ Real estate owned other than bank premises ................................................. Investments in submdiaries not consolidated .................................. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ........................................ Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets".)(including $ hO:0,t direct lease financing) . [i TOTAL ASSETS .................................................................................................................... LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ................... Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ........................... Deposits of United States Government ..................... ........ Deposits of States and political subdivisions ................................ Deposits of foreign governments and oflldal institutions ................ Deposits of commerda] banks ................................. Certified and ofltcer' checks, ere .................................... TOTAL DEPOSITS ........................................................ (a) Total demand deposits ....................................................... (b) Total time and savings deposits ................. 23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase 24. Other liabil/ties for borrowed money .......... - 25. Mortgage indebtedness ................................ 26. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding 27. Other liabilities ..................................... 28. TOTAL LIABILITIES ....................... ". .... " , 29. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES DOLLARS : ............. I, .!31 ,xxx .... XX x .... ........... 230 ................ .26 .... 0[:3 ..... ..... ......... ................. xxx sl.3O $0._5 xxxXXX RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt lomes on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings) 31. Other reserves on loans .................................................... 32. Reserves on securities ............................................................... 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 1! 0h5 317 XXX XXX XXX 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34. Capital notes and debentures ............................... (specify interest rate and maturity of each issue outstanding) 35. Equity capital, total ....................................................... 36. Preferred stock-total par value ........................... (No. shares outstanding None ) Common stock-total par value ................................................................................................... (No, shares authoriz ) (No. shares outstanding "I (000 .. ) Surplus ................................................................................................................................................................... Undivided profits ................................................................................................................................................. Reserve for contingendes and other capital reserves ............................................... ................................... TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................................................................................ TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ................................... ' /q MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ......................................................... 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ................................................................................... 3. Unearned discount on instalment leans included in total capital accounts ............................................................................... 4. St'ndby letters of eredit. ........................................................................................................................................................................ .xxx .... 2,2.21 2 'one I 3 OOK. ', 4 !,Ibh I s ion. I 6 ..000 [ 7 C90 I 9 ........... 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