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THE TOWBOATS ARE COMING by F,,ANKLIN BRADFORD Trtnity Imlwsrne Anm. TJflty River Authority has filed application with the Texas Water Rights CommLion for designation as cooperating ID- eal spemor of the Lakeview Dam and Reservoir project. The Lakeview project is in the final stages of advanced plann- ing, and the geru'ai design memo has been forwarded to the chief, Army Corps of Engi- neers, Washington. In the pro- posed 1971 federal budget is $112,008 for completing the de- sign, but no funds for lami ac- q Preliminary figures, subject to revision, as reported by the Census Bureau indicate an ov- erall increase d 539,896 in the  population of the 17-county Tri- nity River Basin. The figures show a basin population of 2,327,218 in 1970 as compared to 1,787,322 in 1960. ,Several of the Police Abou 4 a.m. Monday Dr. P. T. Kilman discovered his clinc had been robbed of his diamond class ring of 1929, valued at $20,000, narcotics, and money. The estimate of the loss had not been determined. Chief Truman Whiteheed said he was ou on another call when he discovered Dr. Kilman makes each member of our staff a friend in time of sorrow. Because we care, every detail of our #ecvice i$ attended to personally, with the comfort of the bereaved in mind. Funeral counties, however, show a de- cline. Biggest gains, of course, came in Dallas and TarralR counties. Henderson County showed a healthy gain of near- ly 4,OO0. elP0aut his _ "g " clinicgrmmds after the burglary had been discovered. He (the chief) said he was checking on ,a jail es- capee suspect, who d broken county jail at 1 a.m. that rno- ing. The jail break ha when a pan of hot water was splash- ed in the face of an Athens of. ricer as be was releasing a prisoner. Two mcm made a get- away. One was apprehended -- the other remains at large at the time of tis writing. In other police work the chief investigated an accident involv- ing two local men. R happened last weekend as Lonnie Sim- mons in his 67 Ford and Ezeil (Snake) Mosely in a 68 Chevro- let were traveling out west 31 near Malakoff. Combined dam- age was estimated at $1,200. Snake hit Simmons from the rear as Simmons attempted a ttwn. Snake was charged with failure to control his automo- biile to avoid an accident. THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Two Friday, July 3, 1970 Malakoff, Texas PHONE 214 489-2451 P. O. Box 509 "HEARTBEAT PROGRESSIVE WESTERN HENDERSON COUNTY" NOW IN THE 59TH YEAR OF PUBLICATION PUBLISHED BY THE TERRITORY TIMES PUBLISHING CO., INC.. IN THE NEWS BUILDING IN MALAKOFF. TEXAS 75148, EACH FRIDAY, GILBERT BOCELL, PUBLISHER CHARLSIE BOCELL, EDITOR ENTERED IN THE POST OFFICE OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS 75148 AS 2ND CI,SS MATTER. CIRCULATION RATES, I YEAR IN HENDERSON AND ADJOINING COUNTIES $4.50, ALL OTHERS IN TEXA& $5.50. OUTSIDE TEXAS $6.50. PEE WEE LEAGUE LITTLE LEAGUE Trinidad .................... 12 Cowboys .................... 8 Cardinals ................... 2 Indians ..................... 12 Winning pitcher--.Jay Tart Winning pitchers -- Don Paul Cro Roads ................ 1 Downey, David Brown Braves ...................... 20 Home runs -- Sherwin Thomas, Winning pitcher -- George Larry Graves Lowe Cross Roads ................ 8 Home runs -- Bob Graham 1, Trinidad .................... 9 Mark Jock 1. Winning pitchers -- Hito Vela, Cardinals .................... 16 Randy Collins Pirates ...................... 4 Indians ...................... 2 Winjng pitchers -- Curtis Astros ...................... 12 Thomas, Gilbert Smith Winning pitcher -- Mark Home runs-.Greg Perry, Davis Morman Smith Home runs -- Wes ,Holt, Clint Trinidad .................... 22 Crs Cross Roads ................ 11 Cowboys .................... 14 Winning pRchers -- Jimmy Cross Roads ................ 13 Norris, Chuck Hart Winning pitcher -- andall Home rum -- Jimmy Norris, Jackson Bubba Morman Home runs -- Dewayne Palmer Malakoff FLAG ETIQUETTE Here are some rules and regulations on the proper display of the American flag. FLY IT PROU DLY The Stars and Stripes II|IIIIlUlIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH11 shou,d be given peak IIJ1lJJJJ position, above others en on same halyard. When flag is on platform it i should be above and behind I speaker. For decoration use bunting with blue stripe up. - Imq,MqLJ g ! i g n ii N mira i Imlmm I Indoors or out, when dis- played horizontally or ver- tically against a wall, the stars should be uppermost and to the flag's own right, that is, to the observers' left. Displayed with another flag from crossed staffs, it should be on the right side and its staff should cross in front of the other staff. Malakoff, Texas CITIZENS STATE BANK J, u, ,, ,, ,, , , .. ,!.. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Carter of Seagoville were weekend guests of the Bolie Wi and the Eugene Cager$. Also visiting in the Carte home were Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Turilngton of Waxahachie. The mp d file First Bapt-t  in Malakoff en- joyed a Fellowship concluding the parents night program of the annual Vacation Bible School, p.sented during the regular Sunday night worship service. Homemade ice cream was served to all. Mr.  Mrs. Gary Ashlock entertained guests from Nacog- doches. Mayor and Mrs. Travis Matt- hews and her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Williams all of Can- ey CRy have been vacation hosts to all members of the Williams family during the past two weeks. They included Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy scroggim of Los An- geles, 2 weeks; Mr. ml Mrs. Harry Williams of Vidc, 2 weeks; Mr. and Mrs. James Williams and son of San Antonio and Dr. and Mrs. Chas Williams for 2 days. Also frequent visi- tors were Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Baker of Trinidad. "We just cooked a lot of ev- erything while we were abot R, then had a good time boat- hag,  and enjoyed each other," Betty-bird said. Rev. Pete Pulley native of Trinidad (and Orange and no telling where else) and his wife Glen of Terrell were here Mo day ,to have supper with Mr. and Mrs. Alvis Rainwater. The Rainwaters sawed off the attached apartment at their house and moved it to "Booger Hill," near Rob's kitchen on hwy. 31 where they are living while Imilding a new home. Rev. PuLley stopped by the News office to inform us of his two prime ambitions during the revival he'll conduct at the As- sembly of God Churel He listed them as converting the Mata- koff News EditOr and his wife Glen -- both during the same rvice. FOR THE BEST TIRE DEAL SHOP DULANEYS Dulaney AUTO STORE 129 N. Terry St. Phone HU 9-4611 Tlru, Too. P, Aeeme VALVE GRINDING SERVICE WE PAY HI GHEiT INTEREST RATES PERMITTED BY FEDERAL REGULATIONS 5% 5% PER YEAR ON CONVENIENT PASSBOOK SAVINGS NO MINIMUM, COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY Deposit by 10th Earn from 1st | I mn mm mmmmm mmmmu mm PEMIYIEAMuRONE, . 90:OAY NOTICE PASSBOOK ACCOUNTS I, Q CO POUNDED QUARTERLY | Deposit by 10th Earn from 1st ! ,/nl PER YEAR ON 6 MONTH CERTIFICATES. | li/A % $500 MINIMUM DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY OR CREDITED O]t I I  I U ANNIVEIARY DATE. _.dlli 5 3/ % PERYEAR ON 1 YEAR CERTIFICATES 4 $1, 0 MINIMUM; 9-DAY PENALTY ON WITHDRAWALS p10 TO MATURITY. DIVIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY OR CREDITED 0:!:: 6% PER YEAR OI/.2!YEAR OR MORE CERTIFICATES $5,000 MINIMUM; .,o-DAY PENALTY ON WITHDRAWALS PFJu TO MATURITY; I;VIDENDS PAID QUARTERLY OR CREDITED Olt ANNIVEIqSARY DATE. All Savings Accts. Insured Up To $20,000 By F.S.L.I.C. WE S & H GREEN STAMPS ON GIVE ALL DEPOSITS OF SAVINGS HENDERSON COUNTY SAVINGS "% LOAN ASSOCIATION I, ( ,,mph z( ,,*,,, amgs & I.,,a. \\; 7 .... CRISCO = 79 Giant Rolls Mission canned SODA 12 'r$l Potato Chips 49 Pork Chops ,8 Root Beer 39 Bacon Hams Lemonade 2'=19 S /0 of. f/. Strawberri,es \\; i LETTUCE |ee'e'eeeeeeeoseeooooe''4$1Gain le, te, d.zr4o 69o*Tomaioe# ;o . " % / 5 :-.-..........--..-...-.---.- " C