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Page 4. MALAKOFF NEWS- July 17, 1975 Complaints Aired;Couff Offers No Promises Henderson County Com- missioners Court heard com- plaints about road mainten- ance and park admission costs Monday, but offered neither complainant little in the wy of encouraging news. Neither of the complaining parties was on the published agenda of Commissioners Court, but were recognized near the conclusion of regular session. KIDS&apos; CRUSADE-Children John W. "Preacher"Hayes, ages 4 through 14 are invited a resident of Southwood to participate in the First Shores at Payne Springs, Assembly of God Church's complained in his own behalf Kids' Crusade nightly next and on behalf of other precinct Tuesday through Friday, July two residents concerning the 22-25. Featured will be Pastor state of repair of streets and Samuel Calk and Andy thoroughfares in the area. Dandy Dooley the Dummy as Commissioners pointediout well as prizes, tricks, black that funds and time was light stories, film strips and limited and that the commis- other attractions. Adults are sioners in some areas, patti invited to attend as well as cularly around the lake had children ages 4 through 14. too many miles of roads to III DWIGHT A. JONES, O.D. OPTOMETRIST 220 S. Palestine, Box 889 Closed Wed. Afternoons Pho. 675-2697 Athens, Tx. maintain. No solution was suggested, although County Judge Win- ston Reagan did tell Hayes that redistricting, unit system operation of road mainten- ance, or a separate road When a loved one has departed, it is to the living that we must offer conlation. We believe that the words of the scrip- tures can provide the greatest comfort of all . . . through their inspiring reassur- ance. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home ATHENS, TEXAS Phone 672211 maintenance district were among the different routes possible for a solution. The unit system was not discussed at all, although the commissioners discussed the relative merits of redistricting and the problems involved, and there was a brief discus- sion of road maintenance districts, many of which have existed in the county in the past. None are in operation nOW. Another to bring a com- plaint before the board was Eddie Souza of Malakoff who paced about the room as he unleashed a verbal attack against charging individuals to enter R.H. Lee County Park to swim and fish. Souza said the charge for swimming in a public lake was unfair and that he did not think the county should per- mit these charges. Souza, formerly County Park Commissioner some years ago, received few, if any comments from the commis- sioners. Commissioner Leo Kinabrew said, after Souza left the meeting, that though the present lease setup for the park was far from ideal, it was the best possible solution for keeping the park properly maintained and in a clean, usable condition for all pa- trons of the county. In other action, the com- missioners ordered a special election Aug. 12, to confirm or deny the West Cedar Creek Municipal Utilities District. They approved a request from Seaway Pipelines, Inc., to cross two county roads; agreed to advertise for bids for a base station and a mobile radio unit for the Civil Defense Program, and ap- pointed Mary Ann Lohrke to the Henderson County Fair Board. The commissioners also ap- pointed the following to the Historical Commission: Mrs., D.D. Waller; Mrs. Leon Boat- right, Harold Arnold, Hubert Boyd, Mrs. Gene" Chambers and Mrs. Bob (Benny) Pickle. t The commissioners dis- cussed hiring a wolf trapper, but decided the present pro- gram of paying $10 bounty per wolf killed was a better plan for the county. The court voted to change its regular meeting time from 1:30 p.m. to 10 a.m. on the first and second Mondays of each month. Still a good buy... all over the house. 0 L_ / Did you know that the price of electricity provided by Texas Power & Light Company to the average residential customer is actually less today than it was in 1955? It's true, and it's also true that the average customer does pay more dollars for electric service now than twenty years ago. The price is down, but the cost is up. The reason ? Well, in 1974 the average residential customer used more than six times the amount of electricity used in 1955. How many ways have you increased your use of electricity in the past twenty years? Have you added one or more window-type air conditioning units or maybe a complete cooling and heating system? Are you enjoying the convenience of a range, dishwasher, clothes washer, dryer or other major electdc appliances you didn't have in 1955? Compare the cost of your electflc service with, the many comforts and conveniences it makes possible. Isn't it one of today's really good buys? TEXAS POWER & LIGHT COMPANY A tax-paying, investor-owned electric utility First Savings Prize Winners Annie Pearl Reid of Tool won a color television award- ed by First Savings & Loan Association during the asso- ciation's grand opening obser- vance in Malakoff. In addition, daily prizes were awarded to the follow- ing: Velma Nokes, Malakoff, radio; Gordon Prichard, Rt. 2, Mabank, coffee maker; J.L. Kirkpatrick, Malakoff, steam iron; Grace Yarbrough, Mal- akoff, knife; H.G. Wheeler, Route 2, Mabank, toaster; M.L. Drake, Malakoff, elec- tric can opener; Mandy Auction The Lame-New York Vol- unteer Fire Department will hold a fund raising auction sale with all proceeds going for the purchase of a fire truck. The sale will be held on Saturday night July 19 at the LaPoynor School Ball Field on Hwy. 175. Sale time will be at 8 p.m. Bidders are notified to come early and look over the items. James, Winfield, Tax., blend- er. Clark Cain, vice president and general manager of First Savings, thanked the people of Malakoff and Cedar Creek Lake area for their interest and visits during the savings and loan company's grand opening. GRAND PRIZE WINNER- Annie Pearl Reid of Tool claims her grand prize, a color television set, from Cathy Chancy, manager of the new Mahkoff office of First Savings & Loan Association of Athens following a drawing last Friday. At right, Clark Cain, manager of First Savings, holds the box while Mayor Buddy Thompson draws the winning name. LUMBER LUMBER , PAINT HARDWARE SERVICE "EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER" Open 'til 4:00 Saturday W.R. McKee Lumber Co. Hiway 31 East Phone Ma lakoff 489.0527 Form 64p (State)-(12-74) PUBLISHER'S s Autom Engine Tune Up Our Specialty Work Automotive Air OPEN DAILY Service WEST 9a.m. till 6p.m. [ CLOSED SUNDAYS Welding 425-4948 We Service Foreign & Domestic Complete General Automotive Subscrlbe To The News-84.50 MONDAY , ,-----, THROUGH \\; Welfare Blue Cross Blue Shield" GIBSON PRESCRIPTION SERVICE 900 CORSICANA HIGHWAY ATHENS, TEXAS 76751 PHONE 675-7069 EARL ANDERSON, RPh.. Owner THANK YOU- WE APPRECIATE YOUR State Bank No....) ........................ COPY Consolidated Report of Condition of "......ST...S.T.A..TE....B.AN ................................................................................. " of ...... ....'!I.......... ................... in the State of....TEX...... ............................ and Domestic Subsidiaries at the close of business on... J.Hl ..30 ...................... , 19.7.5" ASSETS I. Cash and due from banks (including $ Noe Unposted debits) .................................................................. 2. (a) U.S. Treasgry securities .............................................................. $ff.__ Total (items (b) Obligations of Federal Financing Bank ................................... $ None i 2(a) & (b)) 3. Obligations of her U.S. Government agencies and cortions ............ ./.'..:.L......L...:.....: ........ L.. k.: ....... ..: ................ 4. Obligations otes and political subdivisions ................... :: ............................................................................................. 5. Other securities (including $ ._ Norse dCrporate stocks) .................................................................... 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17, 18, 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. ............. i ..xx.. x... t ............. j ZZ31] ............. + ............. i ............. r Trading account securities ...................................................................................................................................................... Federal funds sold and securities purchased under agreements to resell ......................................................................... Other loans ............................................................................................................................................................................... 2.[ Bank premises, furniture arid fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .................................................................. Real estate owned other than bank premises ..................................................................................................................................... Investments in subsidiaries not consolidated ...................................................................................................................................... Customer's liability to this bank on acceptances outstanding ....................................................................................................... Other assets (item 6 of "Other Assets")(including $ 870.00 direct lease financing} I J*|l TOTAL ASSETS ................................................................................................................................................................. LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations ...................................................................................... Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations .................................................................... iiiiiiii+i Deposits of United States Government ......................................................................................................................................... Deposits of States and political subdivisions ................................................................................................................................... Deposits of foreign governments and official institutions ............................................................................................................... Deposits of commercial banks ...................................................................................................................................................... Certified and officers' checks, etc ....................................................................................... : ................................ TOTAL DEPOSITS .................................. . ............................................................ $ 3-'3 12"].9'a].L5 XXX I 1; ;30B.0  I (a) Total demand deposits ................................................................................... $ ,-i (b) Total time and savings deposits ....................................................................... $  . , 9"!-*[I]. xxx ! Federal funds purchased and securities sold under agreements to repurchase .......................................................................... Other liabilities for borrowed money . ................................................................................................................................ Mortgage indebtedness ....................................................................................................................................................... Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and outstanding ........................................................................ Other liabilities ................................................................................................................................................. TOTAL LIABILITIES ............................................................................................................................................. MINORITY INTEREST IN CONSOLIDATED SUBSIDIARIES ................................................................... RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. Reserve for bad debt losses 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 ............................................................................. CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 34. DOLLARS CTS. .7o. 5.9 ..... ..X x ....... X ...... .XX.... "r2O'" "8 7 ..... lone .06 636. 28 ..... i111ii ............... lo.ne ........ . .I/one ........  ..... "'''" .r ....... N2 ..... <,. [/,' ........ 9. ........ 1.. .7. ....... 23. .............. NOlle ........ one 56 ....... lone ..... 76 :)h8 ........ h2.! XXX XXX XX XXX XXX XX xxx lonel x x ............... None ........ .............................. Nonel ....... "t! a59 Ta . gone __J I ..................... 20. 79,3. ....... ............................ Nonot ........ I i Capita] 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 ) 37. Common stock-total par value .......... = ......................................................... .=. ................................................ (No. shares authorized ) (No. shares outstanding 1-I-[,]L--) 38. Surplus ................................................................................................................................................................................... 39. Undivided profits ........................................................................................................................................................... 40. 'Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves ..................................................................................................... 41. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ..................................................................................................................................... 42. TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS ........................................................................ MEMORANDA 1. Average of total deposits for the15 calendar days ending with call date ............................................................................... ...... 2. Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call date ....................................................................................... ou 3. Unearned discount on instalment loans induded in total capital accounts ................................................................................................. 4. Standby letters of credit ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 2O 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 4 41 42 ....................  swraR I z ........... R..... W. ent, Cashier. .......................................... of # ..= ha.t, do o. I ArVXRM  that t/S r # i /s true and correct, to the best of my knowlsdCe and belief. , ,,/),//)'/,.,. "  /P//" , / L.).j ..../ . 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