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MR. A ND MRS. J. C. DERDEN ( PHOTO BY BEN MIDDLETON) MR. AND ,MRS, J, C. DERDEN CELEBRATF 50TI! WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr, and Mrs, J, C, Derden ol :5758 Forest Oaks Drive, in Fort Worth, were honored on Sunday, August 22, with an Open House at the home of their son, E. W, Derden, 4325 Clay, Fort Worth, celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary, Mr. and Mrs, Ik, rdcn are natives of Henderson County and were married August 2T, 1921 in Malakoff, Texas, where they made their home until they moved to Fort Worth in t942, Mr. Derden is emplcyed at A, Brandt Furniture Manufacturing Co. The Derdc!'s h\\;e two sons, Elton, of Fort Worth, and Royal berdenofKennedale, Their son Henry Derden died in 1969, and their daughter ?;llie Phillips died in April of 1971, Tile Derden's hae eleven gran& hildren and two great grandchildren. Hosts and hostesses for the Open House included Elton Derden and his wile Jo .m: Royal Derden and wiD Buena of Kennedale; Mrs. henry (MaiJc) Derden of Amarillo; Mr, Gene Phillips of k ustin, In the boise party were: .Miss Helen Derden of Fort Worth, Miss Julia Phillips of Austin, Miss (ynthia Derden of Amarillo and Mrs. Alice Rea of Fort Worth. Hunting Housing ii SEE OURS - 2 or 3 bedrooms 1 or 2 baths - Immediate Occupany -,-,o;%,,Oo,,%,,OoO,.o,,O,,,,o%,%%%?,%.%%,o,o ?;;'.'-;:%'%'.%%''';%%'%%'%''''.%'% FISHING REPORT :!i !:! o .:, / 220NN. plpIpgrai rievil t e St. _D67R5.26l 0 1 Atth e ns, Teexas Fishing was good on Cedar caught a 9 lb. black bass early Creek Lake this past Labor Monday morning. The lake re- Day week-end. All ports check- cord is 10 lbs. He and Ed Ar- ed reported good catches, thus were fishing in the Caney Jimmy Gilmore of Malakoff Cove area. I A NEEDLESS WASTE r TAX PAY ER DOLLARS. BUILDING PROJECT5 DELAYS STRAIN TAXPAYER Federal red-tape causes inexcusable delays in projects eosting the taxpayers billions of dollars. The recent hearing of the tlouse Public Works Snb- co|nmittee spotlighted a few examples. While private industry takes about two years lo design and construct an office building, it takes the Government almost five. According lo a government expert, this in- creases the cost by 35 per cent. The cver.lengthcning delays in the Interstate llighway System construction have added 12 billion dollars to the cost. A federal "quick reference" form for listing informa- lion on the "environmental impact" of a project to be answered by the project sponsor has 8,800 small squares. Now it requires 15 years to plan and construct an aver- age water-shed protection project compared to 9 years in 1963. In summing up, Con|n|ittee Chairman Rep. James C. (Jim) Wright, Jr. (D-Tex.) says, "These hearings have demonstrated that red tape can be a sieve through which escape much of the benefits intended by a program and much of the taxpayers' hard earned money." Congress shouhl stem this waste of manpower and money ! At Charlie Beck's they re- ported crappie and cat fish bit- ing real good -- they had a picture of one party who had caught about 80 large crappie Saturday night, but failed to get the names. Mr. Kenneth Beamon at Fish- erman's Wharf reports the crap- pie were biting good in about 18' water, and several gocd catches were brought in dur- ing the week-end. Mr. Ed Karis at Don's Port on the west side of the lake re- ports that the fish were biting good over there. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Beall and children, Roger and Linda, from Dallas, caught 13 sandies on slabs and a 4- pound black bass on Hellbend- ers. Dobey Mason from Dallas caught a 10-pound channel cat on a trotline. H. F. Jones and party out of Dallas caughtl6 crappie up to two pounds on minnows, in 25' depth. Also on the west side of the lake at Cedar Creek Landing, Mr. Aubrey Vanderford reports some extra nice catches.-- Jer- ry Sprinkle and party from Waxahachie caught 87 crappie up to 1-% pounds. J. P. Forn and Ed Jones from Dallas caught 6 black bass up to 5-% pounds. Billy Wier from Dallas caught 8 sandies up to 1 pounds, 2 blacks up to 6 pounds, and 2 channel cat at 6 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Jones of Mesquite caught 49 crappie. Mr. Vanderford says the larg- est bass, unusally large, -- 8 lbs., 15 ozs. was caught by Vir- gil Gant from Lancaster. Have tVe Learned? "Once upon a time there was a teacher who didn't want an increase in pay; a carpen- ter who didn't ask for union wages ; a man who healed the sick and afflicted whether they had insurance or medicare or whether they didn't; who traveled around the country feeding the people; and they crucified him."--Robert N. Wilt, The Luminary, Muney, Penna. , Aerospace Critics Should Be Given Answers, Uhl Says Public antipathy toward technology, an attitude held especially among young peo- ple, must be counteracted, Edward G. Uhl, President of Fairchild Industries, Inc., told aerospace officials at a re- cent meeting in Washington. "We have to gain the re- spect of young people by ex- plaining what the aerospace industry is doing and what it can do," he said. Mr, Uhl said that his com- pany, Fairchild, is planning an advertising campaign, di- rected to high school and ele- mentary school students, to seek greater understanding of the contribution technol- ogy makes to man's develop- ment and betterment, The aerospace executive took his industry to task for what he called "its failure to stand up and be counted." "We should stop feeling sorry for ourselves and face life as it is," he said. "We should go out on our own and develop new programs rather than wait for government direction and aid. "We must break the low- profile syndrome that has al- lowed aerospace critics to win the day thus far. We must sell ourselves, our industry, and our beliefs." High Frequency Wehl Speeds Production Auto frame members, ex- haust pipe tubing and single- wall mufflers are being produced more economically through the use of a new high-frequency, finite-length welding process The frames are being man- ufactured by Budd Automo- tive Company of Canada Ltd., in Kitchener, Ontario and Philadelphia, Penna., from P.E Si. SE*E lack Rotrammell for. They are all i' Okla., three with their father, and the Death Reported Mrs. Evelyn Matthews has notified the News of the death of Mr. Jack Rotrammell, who was killed July 3. Mr. Rotram- meU and his family were one time residents of Trinidad. Danny Rotrammell, the eldest of the seven children, visited with Mrs. Matthews recently, and reported that all the child- ren were well and being cared children with their mother. 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It produces 20 million 'hiQ 1 cubic feet of natural gas a N. of Malakoff on Hwy. 9O day from 4.36 miles beneath has   {Pq the West Texas desert, ac- Just beyond Caney City cording to Texaco, Inc.  i# thanymt do? TO FUN C/T t Because over the years his parents have invested in U.S. Savings Bonds--in his name, for his future-- by participating in the %fJ PayroLl Savings Plan at work. He probably doesn't .] even know. And fight now, he couldn't care less. But :  when he's older, that  "'N ,-, money can be used for a /L,) ." " lot of things--a car, a col lege education, or even a  new home.  The Payroll Savings "-'t..,," Plan is an easy way to save money for you and every member of your iept 1 family. When you join, an amount you designate will be automatically laid aside and from your paycheck and invested in U.S. Savings on one large group un Sept And now there's a bonus attr_esses & Box Sprmgs interest rate on all U.S. Savings Bonds--forE  CEDAR CREEl[ LAKE { Select from our stock of Bona,, 5% when held AM to maturity of 5 years, 10 -', name brands - (includes months (4% the tirst year). That extra %, payable as a bonus at maturity, applies to all Bonds issued  some discontinued a comparable improve- patternS'9ow95aY25 ment for all older Bonds. 3 MI ings Plan where you work s 6 and make your son the richest kid on the block. | Hurrg in for matchtng sets. " " .... -:: SALES STALLS FOR RE T PLENT' PARKING AREA PUBLIC REST ROOMS Take stack in America. N NIItls pay a I'llgts a maturity.