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Page 2- MALAKOFF NEWS- July 17, 1975 00tIMal00ff Published Continuously Since 1913 Donna Scheibe, Publisher Editor &amp; General Manager .......... Tom Herline Advertising .................. Barbara McKee Production ......... Beverly Ends, Sharon Carroll Malakoff "' ::: ;i news " Cozette Barnett, on a trip with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon McLain, called her father and brother from Nashville, Tenn., where she had enjoyed the Grand Ole Opry the night before. She was going from there into Kentucky on her week-long vacation. Subscription Rates: 4.50 per year in Henderson and adjoining counties, $5.50 per year elsewhere in Texas, and $6.50 per year outside Texas. Entered in ::::':.:':.:.:.:.:.:':':':':':':':':':':':':':':-:':':':':':':':':".:  t he Post Office at Malakoff, Texas 75148 as a second , i Obituary i} class matter. Published by Territory Times i I. Publishing Co.. Malakoff, Texas. { '& Miss Emma Laura Evans .... ,.:.....,.:.. I ..,..;..........,..:.IAmmOC,ATO  j............ .... Funeral services were held Jabo McClendon has re turned to his job at Chattan- ooga Glass Co. following a stay in Memorial Hospital in Athens. Nat Ryan is back doing business at the same old stand at Citizens State Bank following a few days in the hospital in Garland, where he was treated for internal bleed- ing caused by arthritis medi- cation he was taking. He's doing fine now. New Books Red Waller disclosed this week the library has just received I00 new books on loan from the Texas Library at 3 p.m. Tuesday in the First United Methodist Church of Malakoff for Miss Emma Darrell McClendon of Cor- sicana spent the weekend with the Jabo McClendons and attended the Cedar Creek Riding Club Play Day Horse Show. He brought his horse over with him and partici- pated in the Play Day. It's A Gid Tracey Franks is the proud mother of a daughter, born Friday at 8:45 a.m. in Navar- ro County HoSpital. She'll be named Courtney. There's a sister at home, Larra Dan- nyel. Grandparents of the new arrival are Mrs. Jabo McClendon of Malakoff, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Franks of is more seriously injured than at first thought, it was learned this week. Clint, treated and released after two nights, was returned to the hospital at midweek where it was determined he has a broken neck. He has been placed in traction at Tyler Medical Center, where he will have to remain a minimum of two months, friends disclose. He'll be wearing a neck brace after that. In the meantime, he is doing well, though confined, and is re calving visitors at the hospi- tal. Craikm Back bling on crutches. He had some planters warts removed. and will be off the foot for at least I0 days. ad lib by donna scheibe I have a good friend who is always trying to improve me. He's a nice person and I'm sure he means well. He's also very generous and often sends me gifts - beautifully wrapped packages with hand. some bows. Unfortunately for my ego, the gift always turns out to be a book with a provocative title such as, "How To Lose 20 Pounds of Ugly Fat," or "How To Turn Self Indulgence Into Self Discipline," or "Make Your Business A Success By Really Trying." It's not the sort of thing that gives a girl real self confidence. In his zeal to perfect me, he has overlooked none of my faults and for almost every flaw he has found a book which is intended to put my feet on the path to perfection. Where he finds these self- improvement gems, I can't imagine. He must belong to a do-it-to-yourself club. During the past year I have received complete details and more than sufficient infor- mation on how to influence people, how to invest money wisely, how to curb losses during a recession, and oer helpful subjects. His books have included a diversity of topics ranging from psycho- cybernetics to yoga, and even embracing organic gardening through the mulch method. When I complained that I didn't have time to read all the stuff he was sending me, he mailed me a clipping out of the newspaper advertising a speedreading course. Despite all his efforts, I am still a rather flawed lump of protoplasm, and that be- wilders him. "Don't you read come of the books I give you?" he asked. Sure I read them -- parts of them anyhow. Yes, they are .excellent books - and I'm sure the authors know what they're talking about and their advice is sound. But - well, frankly I can't remember :everything I read. "I've noticed you're forget- ful," he observed. He would. And he's right - to a degree. I can't remember people's names. I forget my own telephone number and I don't even try to remember my license plate. I can never find my car keys, which are usually in my purse, because I never remember where I left my purse. I've learned to put important papers in a safety deposit box - and they're really safe. because I forget where I put the key. On the other hand I can go to a school board or city council meeting, listen to three or four hours of dialouge, and remember it almost verbatim. Then after the meeting, I can't remember where I parked my car. This is especially bad when I've walked to the meeting. Last week I received another gift from my friend. That's right, it was a book intended to restore my absent mind. Glancing through "The Memory Book," by Harry Lorayne and Jerry Lucas, I see it offers a sure cure for people who forget names, dates, where they put things. Just what I've always needed. needed. And I'm going to read every word -- just as soon as I remember where I put it. Laura Evans, 71, of El Paso, System for one month only. Corsicana. Great-grandfather who died at 5:45 a.m. Monday He urged the children of the is O.A. Phillips Sr. community to come in and in Medical Center Hospital in look at the books and select SeriOUS Injury Tyler. Rev. Allen Chapman offi- one or more to read. ciated. Burial was in Malakoff The books are on loan only Clinton Cross, injured in a City Cemetery. until Aug. 24th, Waller said, collision between his pickup Miss Evans was born in Malakoff September 13, 1903. She graduated from Malakoff High School, and Texas University with a masters degree in education. She taught in Malakoff, Corsicana Schools, and has been with the El Paso school system for the past 40 years. The daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. J.L. Evans of Malakoff, she was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include three brothers, Marvin Evans, Mineral Wells, Charley Evans, Columbus, Ohio, and Fred Evans, Buffalo, N.Y.; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Spearman of Pittsburg. Pallbearers were Reagan Flagg, J.B. Waller, Harry Flagg, L.J. Scholl, J.G. Fowler, Raymond Owen, H.B. Bankston, W.V. Robertson, Jack Hall, and C.C. Kirby. Subjects %% Entry Needed The Roger Cralkers have just returned from two weeks vacation at Platt National Park at Sulphur, Okla. Eddie Garrison, in town last week for a testimonial Free Estimates Pick U! Quality 214-425-3967 Eustace The Malakoff Chamber of Commerce is looking for a local girl to represent the Chamber as Miss Malakoff in the Black-Eyed Pea Festival. Any girl who is interested may contact Jerry Hinkle, president of the Chamber at 489-1500 or The Malakoff News at 489-0531. A Chamber of committee will select the Malakoff repre- sentative, Hinkle said. The girl so honored will also represent the city in a few other formal functions such as the East Texas Day at the Texas State Fair. Car Wash Saturday The Yotmg People of the First Assembly of God Church will hold a car wash at the church on North College Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 19. The cost for a car wash is $2 or a free will offering. Pro- ceeds will be used to buy chairs for the church fellow- ship hall. Tool Annual Picnic Tool is planning a big day July 18 from I p.m. until midnight. Bob Gunnels's Country and Western Band will play from 7 p.m. until closing. There will be games and entertainment all day long. Hamburgers, ec. will be served beginning at I p.m. and lunch will be at 6 p.m. Along with all the food, fun and merriment there will be a cake walk and pretty girl contest. All proceeds will go to the cemetery so Tool residents come out and see for Butane-Propane Gas Service-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO.EQUIPPED TRUCKS FOR SPEEDY DELIVERY Reliance Gas Co. of Athens C,M, Tinnq, Owner Dial 675.2269 in Alha yourself the fun you can have at an old fashioned picnic. Baptists Set Movie "To Russia With Love," a movie produced by Under- ground Evangelism of Los Angeles, Calif.,. will be pre- sented Sunday morning at 9:45 at the First Baptist Church of Malakoff, it was announced by the pastor Rev. Bill Reisor, this week. The movie tells how Christ- ians risk their lives to smug- gle God's word across danger- ous communist borders. Many of the shots were filmed inside Russia. Revival Services The Willow Springs Baptist CHurch will be holding Revi- val Services each night a 7:30 p.m. beginning July 20 through July 27. The public is invited to attend. Mike McCrocklin will be guest evangelist for the ser- vice. from page 1 that bit of vote-getting clout that comes from picking up the phone in the presence of a citizen and saying impressive- ly, "Get out younder in front of Joe Doakes' house and fill in those chug holes." Certainly chug holes need filling. But wouldn't it be far better if a county-wide road man viewed the overall situa- tion. planned periodic main- tenance on every road, and made or had made regular inspections of every foot of county-maintained right-of- way. Many county commission- ers courts pay lip service to' to change over just as soon as a few wrinkles are ironed out from the old system. They're going to ..... And I think they'll still be "going to" when my hands get too feeble to pound this aged typewriter. so haste is of importance. He suggested children bring their parents by to see the books and tour the library. If a child does not now have a library card, application can be made when they come in. Parents must sign for the card, Waller said. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Gres- ham of Enid, Okla., visited Mrs. Gresham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M.H. Speake, re cently. C.L Graham bf Malakoff visited his son, Delroy Gra- ham in Corsicana this past weekend. truck and a tractor-trailer, dinner and a bank board of PASI;HAL HOMm: PHONE 489-15 business on ..... .J..un....e..30, .................... ' 197. ..... ASSETS 1. Caah and due from banks (including $ None unposted debits) ................................................................. 2. (a) U.S. Treasury securities ............................................................. $ I Total (items (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank ....................... i ........... $  2(a) & (b)) 3. Obligations o[ other U.S. Government agencies and corporations .................................................................................... 4. Obligations of Stances and political sullivisions .................................................................................................................... 5. Other secutnchding $ None '  S) ............................................. ....................... 6" Trading accoecurities ..................................................................................................................................................... 7. Federal funds d and securities purchased under aKmements to resell .......................................................................... 8. Other loans ............................................................................................................................................................................... 9. Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other amets representing bank premises .................................................... 10. Real estate owned other than bank premims ........................................................................................................................ 11. Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated ....................................................................................................................... 12. Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outetanding ............................................................................. : ......... 13. Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets")(including $ ione direct lease financing) 14. TOTAL ASSETS ...................................................................................................................................................................... LIABILITIES 15. Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ....... ................. L ............................................................. 16. Time and savinp deposits of individuals, partnsmhips, and corporations ...................................................................... 17. Deposits of United States Government ................................................................................................................................ 18. Deposits of States and political subdivisions ........................................................................................................................ 19. Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions .................................................................................................. 20. Deposits of commercial banks ................................................................................................................................................ 21. Certified and officers' checks, etc ....................................................................................... "To"'YC'"rw) ................... ,o2. TOTAL DEPOSITS ...................................................................................................... $ .." .'...,  1,.,,. v7 (a) Total demand deposits ........................................................................................ $ 1.019, g9,5g (b) Total time and savings deposits ....... 7...7 ............................................................ $ . :,J.] 9 90,  23. Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase ................................................................ 24. Other liabilities 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 ................................................................................ RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt lomes on loans (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service ulings) ......................................................... 60... 31. Other reserves on loans ........................................................................................................................................................................................ 32. Reserves on securities .............................................................................................................................................................. 33. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES .................................................................................................... I bO 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40. 41. 42. 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 loans included in total capital accounts .................................................................... 4. tmdby letters of credit ...................................................................................................................... .: ................................... CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital notes and debentures .............................................................................................................................................................................. (specify interest rate and maturity of each issue outstanding) Equity capital, total .................................................................................................................................................................. 7o7 Preferred stock-total par value ...................................................................................................................................................................... (No. sharer outstanding .) Common stock-total par value ......................................................................................................................................................... :L21Q. (No. shares authorized J.0,500 ) (No, shares outstanding Nope ) S ........................................... : ..................................................................................................................................................... I..2].O., Undided profits ................................................................................................................................................................................ L...:LO... Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ...................................................................................................... ) 27? TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ............................................................................................................................................ TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS .......................................................................... DOLLAR8 ic00..I ........ ;. I... .,o! 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