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THE NEWS si of Henderson County, at the l Page Six Friday, July 16, 1965 Malakoff, Texa Court House in Athens, Texas. | Said plaintiff's petition was til ~ STATE OF TEXAS first Monday after the expire- filed on the 7th day of July, TO: JERRY DON DODD ltion of 42 days from the date 1965 The file number of said suit No. 65-145. GREETING: lot issuance of this Citation, ~e SK~L[S You are commanded to ap-]same being Monday the 3 y The names of the parties in r filing a written auswer[of August, A. D 1965, at or said suit are: Gloria Jean Dodd ,vlanitiff's petition at or]before 10 o'clock A. M before as Plaintiff and Jerry Don !e 10 o'clock A. M. of thelthe Honorable District Court Dodd as Defendant. The nature of said suit being REPORT OF CONDITION OF OF MALAKOFF IN THE STATE OF TEXAS At the close of business on June 30, 1965 S~te Bank ~o. 1695 Federal Reserve Dist. No. 11 ASSETS substantially as follows, to wit: Suit for divorce on grounds of cruel treatment and for cus- tody of their minor child and for cost of suit. If this Citatoin is not served within 90 days after the date of its issuance, it shall be re- turned unserved. Issued this the 8th day of July A. D 1965. Given under my band and Unlt~l States Government obligations, : direct and guaranteed 265,000.00 of States and political subdivisions 118,302.06 Loans and discounts (including $ none 856,621.26 owned $ 57,621.15 and fixtures 16,861.08 74,482.23 estate owned other than bank premises 1.00 balances with other banks, and cash seal of said Court, at office in items in process of collection $ 389,045.91 Athens, Texas, this the 8th day of July A. D 1965. Lelia May Kelly, Clerk Court Henderson County, Texas By J. Rogers, Deputy ASSETS $1,703,452.46 LIABILITIES THE STATE OF TEXAS TO: EULA RAY FRENCH It pays to stay in 4-H. In fact, GREETING: ~ of 4 to 10 years has You are commanded to ap- paid off handsomely for thou- FELLOWSHIP CHARACTER SERVICE AWARDS" sands of Head, Heart, Hands deposits of individuals, partner- by filing a written an- and Health youth throughout ships and corporations $1,116,785.31 Time and savings deposits of individuals, to the plaintiff's petition the 50 states, reports the Na- ~f~re 1O o'clock A M of tio~ al 4-H Service Committee. partnerships and corporations 298,750.93 ~ or w, its of United States Government the first Monday after the ex- The tangible benefits are four- including postal savings) 2,022.53 said. Continuous membership of States and political subdivisions 81.060.12 piration of 42 days from the fold, a Committee spokesman DEPOSITS $1,498,618.89 date of issuance of this Citat- affords (1) learning new skills (a) Total demand deposits 1,199,867.96 ion, the same being Monday the and methods (2) opportunities (]3) Total time and sav- 23rd day of August, A. D 1965, ings deposits 298,750.98 at or before 10 o'clock A. M before the Honorable Disrtict LIABILITIES $1,703,452.46 Court of Henderson County, at CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: Ca) Common stock, total par value $ 50,000.00 (b) Preferred stock, total par value $ none, total retirable value $ none $ 50,000.00 Surplus 80,000.00 Undivided profits 43,489.32 (and retirement account for preferred capital) 31,344.25 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 204,833.57 LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $1,703,452.46 W'. O. Green, Cashier, of the above named bank, do solemnly that this report of condition is true and correct, to the ~t of my knowledge and belief. (SEAL) W. O. GREEN the Court House in Athens, Texas. Said plaintiff's petition wa.~, filed on the 24 day of May, May, 1965. The file number of said suit being No. 65-112. The names of the parties in said suit are: Billie L. French as Plaintiff and Eula Ray as Defendant. The natui-e of said suit being ;ubstanially as follows, to wit: Suit for divorce on ground of cruel treatment and for cus- tody of their minor child and for child support in a reason- able amount each month. If this Citation is not served within 90 days after date of its msuanee, it shall be returned unserved. Issued this the 9th day of July A. D 1965. Given under my hand and seal of said Court, at office in Athens, Texas, this the 9th day of July A. D 1965. Lelia May Kelly, Clerk Court Henderson County, Texas By J. Rogers, Deput for fellowship and community service (3) good chance for self- improvement (4) recognition. Through project work, boys and girls between 9 and 19 years of age learn how ~ grow things, make things, show, teach and sometimes even consume the results of their labors. They also gain experience in buying, selling and saving. Concerted Planning All of this did not just haP- pen. The nationwide 4-H Club movement is the result of more than a half-century of planning :[eval expanding, changing and ev - uating the program to meet the needs of youth. The Extension Service, pert of every land-grant university, cooperates with the U.S. Department of Agriculture in structuring 4-H activities. Since 1921, the National 4-H Service Committee has taken leadership in securing funds from private business sources for awards, educational litera- turo end technical aid. . Pennies, niseis, dimes, quarlers, halve nary smallc!an, e coin.sarereaHy.rare now, d s. Hdrp relieve the nahonwtde corn shorta hanks, search out those srra g.e . empty the piggy y corns m pockets and drawers. " or Bring in your change by the bagful, PO&elful corns where they'll c"-' " " be er, deposit those . . ,umly be Woslh more to you -- In a gawngs ACCount at thts bank. Directors: DAN ROYALL CARNEY KIRBY O. A. PHILLIPS State of Texas, County of Henderson ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 10th day of July, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director bank. PAUL PHILLIPS Notary Public My commission expires June 1966 FULL BANKING SERVICE Auto Loans HOme Improvement Loans Hon Loads Safely DePosit Check|,g, Savings Acct's Boxes Bank by Mail O / Fifty-seven businesses and foundations are currently pro- viding such funds, said Norman C. Mindrum, director of the Committee. $1.8 Million Budget A budget of $1.8 million will be used by the Committee this year, he added. Included are funds for 265 scholarships and fellowships; 1,300 educational trips; 195,250 honor medals; 14,300 miscellaneous rewards, and many supplementary serv- ices to 4-H. Among the donors are: Allied Chemical Corporation-Arcadian Products Dept American Forest Prod- ucts Industries, Inc Armour and C~mpany, Californ~ Chemical Company- Ortho Division, Chicago Board oi Trade, Coats & Clark In~, John Deere, East-" man Kodak Company, Eli Lilly and COmpany, Ford Motor Company Fund, General Foods Corporation, Heisdorf & Nelson Farms, Inc. AJso, Homelite, A Division of Tex- tl~ Inc Kin" Glass Manufacturing Corporation, Massey-Ferguson Inc Moorman M|g. Co Olin Mathieson ~nlcal Corporation, The Pure Oil Corn- I~Y, Ralston Purina Company, Sire- Pattern ~. Inc The Singer ~Nsspauy, The S&H Foundation, Inc. ]~lve rm'h'oads have supported 4-H almmt irons its inception. They are: mta Fe Railway, Burlington Railroad, ~ukee Road, Chicago and North W~ Railway and Illinois Central Rzaroa& Besides those listed above, 30 additional corporations annual- ly contribute funds to the Com- mittee to aid 4-H members and volunteer leaders. stopped breathing? Would Accent On Health yOU panic, waste precious mo- ments by running for help or , "'"''H I II : begin immediately to give What would you do if you mouth to mouth resuscitation? discovered a person who had As swimming and water sports become more popular -- in many places without life guards -- you could encounter such a situation. Other causes such as asphyx- ation, injury to the head, elec- tric shock, choking or poisoning can also stop a person's breath- ing. Whatever has stopped the breathing -- drowning, chok- ing, asphyxiation -- start mouth-to-mouth resuscitation at once. Seconds count Open the victim's mouth; clear out any food particles, chewing gum, false teeth or other obstructing matter. Tilt the victim's head back; lift his neck and tilt until his chin points upward. Blow air into a ~qctim's lungs by one or two methods. One way is to close off his nose by pinching his nostrils shut with your fingers or close off his nostrils with the side of! cheek, sealing your mouth his mouth. When working with a child, ~eal your mouth over his nose and mouth. Blow at the rate of 12 deep breaths per minute -- or about five second intervals. For in- fants and small children, blow gently at the rate of 20 short, shallow breaths per minute. I r t With each breath you blow,i the victim's chest should rise.i After blowing in the breath,I the rescuer should remove hisI mouth and listen for the sound of returning air. If the victim's chest does not rise and no outflow is detec- table, the rescurer needs to try quickly to clear the pas- sage. To do so, turn the adult on his side and strike several sharp blows between the shoul- der blades. You can hold in- rants or small children by their heels or with their head down,: give several sharp pats be- shoulder blades. Then the mouth. These directions should help in case you encounter a |isaster, but the more training and preparation you have the better. Contact your local health department, local civil defense office or Red Cross for information on life-saving in- struction. MALAKoFF, TEXAs g Campbell's Expert Wah:hmaking and .rawelry Repair barrels or more per day. Thelcounty that has produced more three largest are: Andrews, than two billion barrels of oil. 195,000 barrels a day; Ector, Two had produced one billion :I1~ Texas has produced more 164,000 barrels per day; andlor more up to 1965: Ector and than 27 billion barrels of oil Crane, 114,000 barrels per day. tRusk. Andrews celebrated its during the past 69 years of Gregg County is the onlylbillionth barrel this year. recorded production, resulting in a statewide distribution of income which currently aver- ages about $3 billion a year, according to Texas Mid-Con- tinent Oil & Gas Association. With 203 out of the state's 254 counties producing crude 1 oil, each section is marked by several prolific fields. "The widespread develop- ment of production in all sec- tions of the state has been fostered by the state's oil and W " gas conservation la s, James L. Sewell, Association presi- dent, has pointed out. "By giv- ing all fields in the state, re- gardless of location, a share of the market for Texas oil the Texas Railroad Commission has encouraged development of re- sources in every sector -- both in drilling and in the building of a transportation system to get the oil to refineries." Hendreson County, which has had recorded production since 1934, has had a total crude oil output of 28,571 barrels up to the beginning of 1964. Hen- derson County production in 1963 was 2,961 barrels at the rate of 8.1 barrels a day. 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