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/; Page Two THE MALAKOFF NEWS Friday, November 6, 1964 Malakoff, Texas PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY Entered at the PostofLice at Malakoff as matter of the second v/ass. L. J. SCHOLL, F, dlior Subscription price in Henderson County, $2.00 per year$3.001 --7 Henderson County, $2.50 Outside State of Texas, Legal Classified Advertising Rate 2-cents Per Word. Resolutions and Cards of Thanks must be p-J d for at regular nrtes. In case of error in advertisement this paper will not be re- Sponsible for more than the cost of the advertisement. .b By--VERN SANFORD TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION ~i AUSTIN, Tex. -- This city least one distinguished visitor at Once again became the seat of the LBJ Ranch. Mexico's Presi- ~ ~e executive branch of the fed- dent - elect Gustavo Diaz Ordaz ~ oral government as President will visit him November 12-13, moved back to his home according to early reports. ~unds for an expected pro- Most observers predict the ~ ~nged post-election stay. President will remain at least The President preferred to vote u n t i 1 mid-November, possibly ~rson at his old box in John- longer. s~ City, rather than cast an ab- ballot. elaborate communications network was prepared for the e~'~ction day party here. Hun- COURTS SPEAK Court of Criminal A p p e a 1 s criticized state courts of inquiry but declined to declare uncon- stitutional the law authorizing representation in trials is a con- stitutional right. Geter began serving a life term in 1952. Supreme Court refused to re- view, a dispute between City of Athens and Gulf State's Tele- phone Company over phone rates. it thus left standing the lower courts' decision that the East Texas city's 1961 and 1962 rate ordinances do not permit the company a fair return on its in- vestment. City asked higher court to review the case. In another case the Supreme Court agreed that Connecticut General Life Insurance Company is entitled to collect $408,661 in overpayment of occupation tax- the remaining months of 1964. APPOINTMENTS Gov. John Connally has se- lected Richard M. Price of Ab- ilene as 104th District Attorney. He succeeds Tom Todd who re- signed the post effective Novem- ber 1. Price was the only gen- eral election candidate for the office. District Includes Fisher, Jones and Taylor counties. Connally reappointed Bay City Mayor Richard C. Gusman to the Battleship Texas Commission and selected Lofton O. Wells of Hous- ton and Mrs. Mack J. (Viola) Webb of E1 Campo as new" mem- bers of the Commission. Appointees yet to be made es for 1952-57 and for 1959. r total 72, on 29 state agencies, in- It left standing the 1 o w e cluding the Sabine River Author- court findings that United Press International libeled Bruce B Mohs, a Madison, Wis pilot in a story concerning a seaplane land- ing. Court of Civil Appeals has questioned the accuracy of most of the story. Mobs was awarded some $7,500 in damages. Board for State Hospitals and Special Schools cannot negotiate a new water-supply contract with the City of Big Spring, accord- ing to a ruling by 53rd District Judge Herman Jones. City at- tempted to have the Austin court set aside a 1937 contract under which it agreed-to furnish to the Big Spring State hospital at a cost of 10 cents per 1,000 gallons. Estimated cost of furnishing this service now is set at 32 cents per 1,000 gallons. It is expected that the city will appeal Jones' decision. BUSINESS CLIMBS Texas building permits rose to ity, Texas Water Commission, Neches River Conservation Dis- trict, State Seed and Plant Board, Red River Authority, Water De- velopment Board, Texas Liquor Control Board, and 22 other ad- ministering bodies. CLEANUP Water Pollution Control Board announces its intention to adopt and enforce stringent new regu- lations on all sewage treatment plants in Bexar County. Board decided that there is no point in trying to clean up the Houston Ship Channel. It will be designated for navigation and industrial use. not recreation. Continued from Page 1 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gentry were Highway Department Plans Extensive "65 Highway Improvement AUSTIN, Texas- The Texas Highway Commission today act- ed to protect the investment of Texas taxpayers in their 37,000- mile Farm and Ranch Road sys- tem by approving $18,090.200 for betterment in 1965. A total of 3,305 miles of these all-weather roads will be im- proved under the 1965 Farm to Market Road Improvement Pro- gram to be executed in coming months by the Texas Highway Department. Commission Chairman Herbert C. Petry, Jr. said traffic in- crease and heavier loads, coupl- nanced for construction in com- ing months. Since 1948 the Texas Farm to Market system has grown from 3,060 miles to the designated sys- tem of about 37,000 miles today. An ultimate F-M system of 50,- 000 miles is envisioned for Texas by the Highway Commission. FOOTBALL Continued from Page I Dan Skiles 3. Leonard Teetz ted with pass re- ceptions with 3 for 52 yards. Rick Smith averaged 36 yards per punt. Tonight the Tigers take on the league leading Wills Point Tigers at 7:30. This is expected to be the toughest battle of the sea- son and your support will be both needed and appreciated. Central Monument Works "Home of Quality Memorials" Corsicana & Kerens Charles H. Harrison. Rep. Kerens, Trinidad, Malakoff Kerens EX 6-2655 LUMBER CO. ed with the age of many of the [- rural roads in Texas, are big l T~- factors in the need for periodic [ ~~/~ ~ "resoling" of many F-M roads, l ~.~ Under the budget approved to-,t ~ )jl day, 353 F-M miles will be re-I l ~, ~ ~ "" ~. constructed with new grading, II ,~I~.~ ~, structures and surfacing; 338 ~ ~41~ miles ,ill be widened, recondi- [~ ~~~, tioned and resurfaced; 679 miles 1,1 "----'J~-~'~" ---!. will receive additional surfacing, 2- --- and seal coat improvements wilt ]~ be made on 1,924 miles. I/JW~g/l~ ~k. JOZI~, U. IJ. Extensive bridge welding and i OPTOMETRIST shoulder work is also included in ~ 222 So. Palosllne the list of improvements sched- ~ 9:00.--12:00 1:00---5:00 uled for Farm to Market Roads |Pho. OR $-2597 Aihens, Tex. under the 1965 program, Petry ~~~ said. Today's improvement budget was in addition to a $23 million Farm to Market Road construc- tion budget approved by the Commission in May for new F-M For Everyday Low Prices ROOFING FENCING PAINT HARDWARE ELECTRIC & PLUMBING SUPPLIES W. R. McKEE LUMBER CO. MALAKOFF I Little Boy's and Young Men's Shoes $2.98 ~reds of national press, radio and television representatives accorn- Johnson to Texas Men- Major developments are antici- at the vacation White, :House during days immediately following counting of the votes. The president, while resting p from the campaign, undoubt- r will be formulating his plans fol the future; staying abreast and international de- at t h i s important He is scheduled to entertain at such procedures. Issue came before the court in the appeal of Pasadena Attorney o N. A. Smith who claimed his constitutional rights were violat- ed in a court of inquiry into Pasadena city finances. Judges ordered Smith freed of contempt of court charges arising from his refusal to testify at a court of inquiry held on June 2. Court of Criminal Appeals also ordered a new trial for Arthur Geter on marijuana charges in Harris County, citing a new Su- preme Court decision that legal a near-record level of $155,000,- 000 in September. It was the 43rd month of the current Texas business expan- sion -- second longest peacetime cyclical upswing since December 1954. Longest period was March 1933-May1937. The Business index is meas- ured by the University of Texas Bureau of B u s i n e s s Re- search was 12 per cent above September, 1963 --- one per cent below all-time high of 152 per cent last July. Researchers reg- istered an optimistic outlook for in D e | O 1 O O m . . about prompt service on loans (personal, business, car or home) when you need them sound financial advice when you want it ref- erenCeS whenever required when you make a banking connection with a FULL,SERVICE bank like ours. Your established bank stan g here can be an important factor in your financial progress. You will find us ready and willing to work with you in every practical way to help you make the most of your money. . and your opportunities. ] I e :izens an "Since 1939" ) t "Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation" called to Quitman Wednesday i road construction. morning to the bedside of his~ mother, Mrs. R. G. Gordon, who l The Highway Department will was reported in a serious condi-~i yearSpendforab Utroutine$22maintenancemilli n next teen following a fall a week ago. t in addition to extensive better- Her hip was injured, Mr. Gen'Iment covered in today's action-- try told the News, but was notl on the F-M system. fractured. Of the total completed F-M R. T. Griffin and wife returned Road system in T e x a s. 33.560 Tuesday from visiting several!miles are rural and 1,085 miles are within city limits. An ad- days with relatives and friends in South Texas. While away they visited in Houston, Galveston, Palacious, Port Lavaca, Port O'Connor, San Antonio and Aus- tin. They enjoyed many places of interest and historical events. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Teetz of Kerens were visitors in the home of Mrs. Blanch Urrey Saturday. Another guest in the Urrey home this week is E. L. Simpson, also of Kerens. Mr. and Mrs. George Harrell of Dallas and Mrs. Margaret Spearman of Pittsburg spent Sun- day here with their mother, Mrs. J. L. Evans. CARD OF THANKS We want to take this means to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kindness, sympathy, f o o d and beautiful flowers in the passing of our be- loved mother. Special thanks to Dr. Haynes for being so good to her. May God bless each of you is our pvayer.--The Children of Mrs. J. K. Derden. CARD OF THANKS---To t h e many friends who so kindly re- membered me with cards and flowers during my recent hos- pitalization, I take this oppor- tunity to express to you my sin- cerest thanks. Your kindness in this instance was a great conso- lation to me and made my burden easier to Year. Sincerely, M,s. Arthur Byars~~ Read the Advertisements HARVEST OF CONVENIENCE/ ./ ~or,~r~ / /, FAMILIES /" ! dit~onal 2,469 miles are under construction at this time or fi- Basket Ball Shoes. High Top 2.89 Girl's and Ladies' Shoes 1.98 and 2.98 Nurse's Shoes. White and black 4.90 Clearance Italian Tennis Shoes. 2.59 value 1.98 MALAKOFF and TRINIDAD Any farmer will tell you his telephone helps make his work easier and more profit- able. A farmer's wife says her telephone helps make her ~ife easier and more enjoy. able. Either way it's a harvest of convenience. FRESH Ce o Bag Pound For TEXAS SWEET Per Pound-- GLADIOLA 2 DOZEN FROZEN I MORTON'S SALAD FRENCH FRIED 2 Pound Package Pound Bag SUNSHINE Per Package Quart Jar Pound Box 5c 29c l,l,c iii ~O~(~ II Twin Pack 14-O";cCre Bottle Pound Package ,Only " Per Pound i'" ALL MEAT A BEEF I I Per Pound Pound Free Delivery "On Highway 31" Dial HU 9-3521