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Note: For the next several weeks The News articles from our files to reprint for will be taken from editions of The mS far back as 1913. We hope that our readers into the past as well as we have while The first article of our series is about of lignite coal in Malakoff and is taken The News dated Feb. 27, 1913.) years the Alba-Malakoff Lignite Co. has coal mine about one mile north of this SUccessful!y. Now an ~ilil~esrti ~oi~oha(~ that coal nn immense quan it e s yards of the Cotton Belt depot. This we are not allowed to divulge for ob- unerring judgment, which has proved What this means to Malakoff in I only be partly predicted, but so much will be thriving, prosperous, mighty lively town for years to come. high grade and will command a ready is not subject to seasons like cotton from this source alone will make rich. A tremendous advantage is the Coal is only 30-40 feet below surface, and ) shafts. nine is shipping now everyday 8 to and will steadily increase the output can obtain a larger working force. Their ed will last for more than 50 .oca S The new coal mine, about 1~/2 miles east of town, on land owned by J.J. Carson, but leased and operated by Dodd and Reed, comprises about 300 acres. A tunnel leads to the coal beds here, which are only about 30 feet below surface. Veins and layers of 13 feet and more are here found in abundance, and the lignite is of such ex- cellent quality that it burns to clear white ashes, leaving almost no cinders, and producing splendid heat, as we can testify ourselves, having used some for several weeks. The Cotton Belt R.R. has built a switch to the mine and in a short time the track will be ready and cars loaded with the black diamonds, for which there is always a ready market. The revenue from such an enterprise is great and at the same time the expenditures, mostly for labor, reach high figures. But labor has to live, to spend money for eating and clothing, and this money will be circulated mostly through our merchants, and this in turn again will benefit the entire community. J.J. Carson will begin the erection of about 12 houses now, to satisfy the immediate wants of the miners. It will not be out of place here to state that the Texas Clay Products Co., which has a very large and modern plant here on land leased from T.A. Bartlett, and con- taining the best clay in the state for brick and tile, has received the first orders of the season--100,000 tiles--to be delivered as soon as possible. That's going some.. You never know what you miss by not coming to Malakoff. ,,,' 'j ,* IIII The Texas Air Control Board (TACB) will conduct a contested case hearing in Athens, August 24, to consider a permit application from Delhi Gas Pipeline Corp. to construct an amine sweetening and sulfur recovery unit approximately I t/4 miles south southwest of the FM 753 and FM 2494 intersection in Henderson County. The hearing is scheduled at 7 p.m. in the Athens Junior High School Cafeteria, Madole St. A preheating conference has been scheduled for July 23 at 7 p.m. at the same location. All parties and persons requesting admission as parties must attend the conference. Prospective parties to the hearing are the TACB staff, the company, Rep. Elton Bomer of Montalba, Mr. and Mrs. P.L. Staeter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Taylor, Peggy Sloss, Ben R. Holland, Jerry E. Holland, Richard F. Holland, Jack H. Holland, Shirley Calhoun, Trish Tanner, Mr. and Mrs. John Tanner, Peggy Farmer, Rex S. Holmes, and Richard A. Holland. Any other persons desiring to be made a party to the hearing may apply in writing, post- marked no later than July 15, to: Ramon Dasch, Hearing Examiner, TACB, 6330 Highway 290 East, Austin, Texas 78723. At the hearing only persons admitted as parties will be permitted to present evidence and argument and to cross- examine witnesses. Anyone who is not a party but who wishes to testify at the hearing, may call the Legal Division at the TACB Austin office (512)451-5711, ext. 358, for the names and addresses of all admitted parties to contact regar- ding the possibility of presenting testimony. Lots of land used Americans use 100,000 acres of land to dump their garbage and trash, and they spend $4 billion a year to get it there. In fact, Americans throw away enough organic wastes each year to produce the energy equivalent of 80 million barrels of oil, points out the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, Texas A&M University System. Many new food packaging items are con- venient and economical but lead to waste problems. Th_e Mal_ak__fffl Ne_ws, _Th_ u_rsdaY.t 9,198!?:9A Information regarding the permit application and copies of TACB rules and regulations may be obtained from the TACB Austin office, the TACB Region 12 office, at 1394 S. Vine Ave., Tyler, Texas 75701, and the Athens City Secretary's office, 501 N. Pinkerton, Athens, Texas 75751. Interested members of the general public who plan to attend the hearing are encouraged to telephone the TACB Austin office or the Region, 12 office (214)595-2639 prior to August 24 because postponements are sometimes granted. - @ Every year, Christmas brings with it the same gift-giving problems. What do you get for someone who has everything because that's what you've given over the years? Is there one gift that can fill the holes in your list? If you don't think so, and if there is no gift idea that you haven't tried, con- sider what your local bank can offer. That's right, your bank. Because your bank can personalize a United States Savings Bond for anyone on your gift list. Bonds have long been a great gift for any occasion. They come in your choice of denominations, with prices starting at just $25. They are always ap- preciated because they grow in value as they are held, to double in value at (is are a great way to save all year round. If you can't bear to buy another shirt, blouse, or tie; if electronic games-don't do anything for you, try U. S. Savings Bonds. You'll find, as millions of people have before you, that an easier, more practical gift is hard to find. THE PAIN OF GOUT ATLANTA (AP) -- Gout was the disease that drove a Roman general to suicide, forced Henry VI to change the date of his wedding and was responsible for Martin Luther's bad temper. It also plagued Michelangelo, Galileo, Charles Darwin, Sitting Bull and Theodore Roosevelt, According to Dr. Frederick C. Duffle of the Arthritis Foundation, the maturity. They are practical: they can pain of gout is caused by a defect in be registered in anyone's name you like body chemistry which leads to and, when redeemed, the proceeds can overabundance of uric acid in the blood. help buy whatever the owner wants. Needlelike crystals of uric acid Savings Bonds also help our country form in one or more joints, causing by funding a portion of the public debt inflammation and severe pain. in a relatively stable, low-cost manner. Once called "the physician's shame" And today, when America needs to save because so little could be done to halt its more as a part of the effort to revitalize pain, gout is now controllable with the economy and reduce inflation. Bon- proper medication. Letter to editor To be considered for publicalion in the LeHers to the Editor column an articJe must be origin;|,,. ,~ " not over 300 words and signed by the writer. The Malakoff News reserw.~s nhe right to edit all letters If deemed derrogah,ry, Iil)eh)us. un clear or for s[)rne other reasoll unprintable and it is not possible or pracli('a] to edi! su ii v, lll till.el standard for publication, we will no! be able !o use it The name el the writer will be published ah)ng with the feller. We feel that a h,lh,r ha~, ]illle mearlillg If published anorlymous]y If there is somelhing you feel should be t)l'oughl h) the ath'll lion of rea(iers but you (lOli'l walll 1o have yoLlr name tied to it, let us have the ilI!'orrlllitioll and w(' wilt h~ok into it from a news angle. We feel that the l,etters lo the Editor colunm is the very finesl mediuni a'ai]al)h, ill tilts coull i'lltJl|i!}' !or expre,";siol) 01" |x~rsonal views or] matters of c.'()IK'('rrl. We urge use o[ tilt! colunlll HI il col~.~dt'u(:tive manner, inviting th(~e with views on any subject of intert~t to share [henl wilh ()llr readers FOR THE MALAKOFF ROTARY CLUB were installed in ceremonies last Tuesday at their regular left to right, is John Lott, president, Roy Pitts, secretary, Dan Closser, past president, Billy Norwood, J. D. Waller, club service officer, and Itoward ltardy, international service. Not pictured is Elmer Finley, Hayes, vocational service, and Jerry Janke, community service. (Staff Photo by Stacy Dunaeusky) J]ounl:g details have been gas well which area in the Munson of Dallas the No. Unit was 1,120,000 12/64 choke. The ab- was reported at 2,250,000 CFD. DriUsite is in a 416-acre unit in Henderson County's Jose Cordova Survey, five miles south of the Malakoff townsite. The well was drilled to total depth of 8,850 feet and was perforated in the Travls Peak at an interval 8,607 to 8,736 feet into the hole. A fracturing job in- volving 162,000 pounds of sand and 12,700 barrels of gelled water was used. Other formation tops noted during the drilling included the Woodbine at 4,000, Rodessa at 7,463 and Pettet at 8,068 feet. The Malakoff South Field was discovered in November, 1955, and prior to the DeArman well completion was producing about 600 million cubic feet of gas annually. Activity in Freestone County's Reed Field continues at an intensive pace with the spudding of the No. 1 Denton "A," located three miles southeast of Fairfield. The well is in a 655-acre lease block in the D. McLean Survey. It's projected depth of 13,800 feet will be sufficient to test the Haynesvllle, Bossier and Cotton Valley Formations. "The two greatest stimtdants in the world are youth and debt." Benjamin Disraeli f A home built to Texas Power & Light's "E-OK" standards for construction, insulatlon,weatherstripplng and heating and Cooling equipment can help you use energy efficiently and economically. That means you'll be getting a bonus with an "E-OK" home because you'll be saving money on energy costs. If you're planning to buy or build a new home, let the. Electric Energy Experts at TP&L show you the saving story on an "E-OK" home with energy-efficient equipment. Remember, your bonus Is saving money with energy.efficient equipment... YOur TP&L Electric Energy Expert can show You how. I$ |AGING TEXAS POWER & I.I(;FtT (:()MPANY r 's affected 're in the your t a little extra time in your They're and make a lot of