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THE MALAKOFF NEWS Page Four Friday, Nov. 28, 1969 Malakoff, Texas Dallas News Announ, 1970- 71 Almanac Many new features have been combined with traditional information in the 1970-'71 edition of the Texas Almanac, published by The Dallas Morn- ing News. The 704-page publication in- cludes, among other material, the following information not found in previous editions, Walter B. More, editor, said. Texas athletic records since World War II. A new map for use in calcu- lating sunrise and sunset times in Texas. A summary of major non- petroleum minerals in Texas. A history of the sheep and goat industry in Texas. Numebr of deer killed in each Texas county. The original account of Col. Wm. B. Travis drawing a line with his sword in the Alamo, as first published in the 1873 Texas Almanac. New listings of courts, Con- gressional, Texas Senate and House districts by counties. Latitude and longitude ot 254 county seat towns. Literary awards to Texas authors, and list of poets lau- reate of Texas. Updated information will in- clude the vote in elections, names of state, county and municipal officials, members of appointive boards, officials of state and regional civic or- ganisations, enrollment in col- leges and universities, esti- mated populations of cities and counties, statistics on em- ployment, payrolls, banking, insurance, public welfare and much other material. Other features include the complete text of the Texas Constitution, up-to-date maps and historical, agricultural and economic information for 254 counties, and chapters on minerals, agriculture, busi- ness, transportation, and other phases of Texas today. Tourism and recreation are emphasized in the 1970-'71 edition, with a description of recreational attractions writ- ten espociaIly for the Texas Almanac by Texas Tourist Development Agency. Elisabet Ney's famous statue of Sam Houston, which stands in the Texas Capitol, is shown on the cover. The new edition con~Lins more color photographs than any previous Texas Almanac, which has been published since 1857. Texas newspaper editors, county agricultural agents, chambers of commerce, trade association and civic organ- ization executives, authorities of the University of Texas Bureau of Business Research and Bureau of Economic Geology, U. $. Department of Agriculture, Texas A&M Un- iversity and many others have contributed information for the new edition. E~ASTBX Heating -- Air amditiml Payne Sales & Servia Concrete Work Large or Sn.dl 489-7181 I ip matter minutes a new nancial security yours Open a savings account with any amount you wish and watch savings grow with regular deposits. Each account is in- sured and interest is guaranteed. For banking service without "peer," visit us today. v m:JN I, 4t,4k r z x A Memlmf FNler-I Deposit lusursm Corlm, afllq TOWBOATS ARE COMING by Franklin Bradford Trk y intprovement AmmcJatkm Maj. Gen Francis P. Koisch, director of civil works, U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Washington, D. C says a wat- er crisis is developing through- out the Unites States. The de- velopment of water resources is moving much slower than necessary to meet needs of growing cities, towns and com- munities. When the situation gets bad enough, Koisch says, a crash program may be ne- cessary to bring relief. But for now, water development is dangerously slow. Cities are looking to the Corps of En- gineers to build reservoirs they will need by 1972, yet too often there have been no funds appropriated. Even if there were funds, it might take the Corps much longer to finish the project. Water development so vital to life itself, as well as to growth and all-around well be- ing, benefits the whole envir- onment and can solve and pre- vent many of our social ills, like unemployment and pover- ty. This is not to overlook the sound economics of low-cost water transportation and flood control, both of which pay a wealth of cash dividends. The Trinity Master Plan embraces all the benefits of a weil- planned water development program. It cures a lot of pro- blems before they can happen. Unless we develop our water resources at a pace commen- surate with our needs, we are pretty much on a treadmill to oblivion, to borrow a cliche. Water requirements must be planned far ahead, simply be- cause water projects move slowly at best. It will be a sad day when Americans go to bed thirsty, or even dirty. But R can happen if we don't plan ahead and move boldly. As the Cajun wisely said, "there are too many 'peeps' and more on i the way." Basin residents are overjoy- ,ed that the Trinity River Authority is expanding its reg- ional sewerage disposal pro- gram. The largest of these systems in the Central Sewer- From me proceeds the spirit.--(Isa. 57:16). When our car fails to start, the battery may be run down. When we feel tired and devital- ized, the body may be run down. Just as a battery can be recharged, the body can be recharged, only on a more permanent basis. For when the body is recharged with God- life, we have a new body, we are a new creature. We all want to be alive--fully alive. So accept the life of God; it is our life. age Plant between Dallas and Grand Prairie, which has been in operation several years. Now several other systems are in various stages of construct- ion or planning on the Trin- ity's upper watershed, in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. The net result of this program will be better water quality as well as a badly needed service. And just about everybody longs to see less pollution of our streams and reservoirs. Conservationists define con- servation a swise use of our resources. The Trinity Master Plan is just this. The plan is designed to bring the greatest good to the greatest The River is to come our greatest perhaps more valuable oil. The Trinity plan can stall a water crisis in ity Basin and bring forth blessing to much of the population. I -- 3 for 89c Dold Sliced 12-oz. Cello Pkg. ib 49c Shurflne I[ 'IMI Shurfine 2 for 89c Sha Portion Butte Portion Center Slice Shurfine Shurfine 303 Can 49c 4 for 89c Shurfine king " Shurflne Texas 12-O7. Can Maxwell House Shun-qlne " 303 Can 3 for 1.00 SPECIALS GOOD FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY TRINIDAD, TRINIDAD INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT STATEMENT OF CASH RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED AUGUST 31, 1969 S DESCRIPTION Ooeni]%g Cash Balance, 9/1/68 RECEt PTS : i0 Local Sources 20 County Sources 30 State Sources 40 Federal Sources 50 Sale of Bonds 60 Loans 70 Sate of Property 80 Incoming Transfers 85 Interfund Transfers Returned Checks Investments Sold Total Cash Recei TOTAL FUNDS AVAILABLE DISBURSEMENTS : Budge tary Dis burs eme nts Retirement of Current Loans Food Service Fund Student Activity Fund Interfund Transfers Investments Purchased Inventory Purchases Prior Year Payables Liquidated Total Cash .Disbursements Closing Cash Balance, 8/31/69 Less: Accounts Payab,e, 8/31/69 Unencumbered Cash Balance, 8/3t/69 Add: Temoorary Investments and Time Deposits, Balances at 8/31/69 Unencumbered Fund Balance, 8/31/69 State & County Available $ 1 523 04 $ 40 40 19 684 40 OPERATING $19 724 80 $21 247 84 Local Maintenance $ 19 349 82 $ 88 848 60 24 761 98 65 O0 421 O0 4O 810 O0 $154 906 58 $174 256 40 $18 485 98 $104 134 07 733 O0 40 000 O0 206 96 $18 485 98 $14507403 86 $ 2918237 $ -0- $ -0- $ 2' 7"61 86 $ 29182 37 $ 2 761 86 $ 29 182 37 FUND Food Trans- Service portati on Fund )s -o- s -o- 70 50 450 O0 733 O0 $ 1 253 5'0 S -0- $1 253 50 $ -0- $ 720 O0 720 0-0 $ -0- '$'" 533-50 $ -0- $ -0- $ -0- $ 533 50 $ -0- $ 533 50 $ -0- Student Interest & Acti vi ty Bui 1 di ng Si nki ng Other TOTALS Fund Fund Fund Funds $ -0- $ 83 69 $ 5 035 34 S 116 83 $ 26 322 70 12 219 10 9 636 37 22 506 O0 8 200 O0 5 000 O0 $ -0- $8 522 70 S17 219 10 S32 142 37 $ -0- $8 606 39 $22 254 44 ' 32 259 20 $5 827 67 $14 789 97 $29 385 86 5 000 O0 421 O0 $ -0- $5 827 67 $ -0- $2 778 72 $ -0- S -0- $ -0- $2 778 72 $ -0- $2 778 72 793 50 S'19 789 97 $30 600 36 $ 2 464 47 $ "1 658 84 S -o- $ -o- $ 2 464 47 $ 1 658 84 $ 2 464 47 $ 1 658 84 101 460 40 54 532 22 506 65 O0 1 15400 54 0 $173 343 55 1 S $ 3c.