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The Marshall News Messenger from Marshall, Texas • 6

Marshall, Texas
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6A MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER. Sunday. Februarv 23. 1973 Texas Barbers, Cosmetologists Compromise Local Employes Taught First Aid ll I if II hair car. give sfcam- p.A.'S.

ird l.v Jt Dallas was ap pun ted chairman of a sut-cvmrniuee to look tnu heart Mt-iltoef A.a Brt AUSTIN Barbers ana cosmetologists have reported worked ota. a compronuse in their fight ever the laws guwrirg ran cut whose Fraternity Holds Supper in the barber sh.p. Gctt krn fir his sense hiim-jr, ar.d he's prepared an i.t he cumproniise. he iiLaTa.f. as Uir.g irx- one barber tiiigi-r Jid loniUiittee thiit tui; the its i.o iiieeting 11 i.r 1j they take away First it was surgery.

hi ili-iastry and now hair S-i. Geiger's a.n;endn;ent will to let barbers practice leaching and bleeding, dentistry and mmor surgery. LarturT cf i wfu is wuffc-'g can keep vC W-jfk-T WivUt tavs.g tu n.tei tr.y'. Then, Gcigtrr sa r.ew the t'-Sess wUl have to n.ei the ni.ber of required huurs schuL'-g cn haj c.x-ur.g uf the Lirbtrs. The barbers curresJy require more cuUir.g hours, but the cosmetologists require more toial hours.

The barbers will be able to hire pevpie with the special cosmetology licenses, Lke manicuring, and have em legislation lacked ty each gru'jp, to see if sxne solki cvuli Le reacted. The was nan.ed aher several of hearings bef xe the Hvuse Affairs Ccm-naitee. Gciger repuis he telephoned lotby lsis far each grot? and told ihem La get together on a single proposal, or EiXhmg would ccene out of the subcommittee. Ai.d, he reports that a single pruputsal has been developed. The first part of the agreement is thai everyone is "grand-fa Jiered in" meaning that every Beasley, Berime Dade, L.W.

Garrett, Cliff Harkless of Tatum, Anthony Rofcinson cf Hawkins and FraTikim Brown-Immediately following the chili supper, Alpha pledgee Willie Todd was initiated into the fraternity. i 'yv SOU'S DISCOUNT CEII TER Kn 2400 E. END S. 9 AM-10 PM MOM-SAT LP STEREO ALBUMS The Gamma Upskm Lambda I graduate Chapter at the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. heM its annual chili supper Saturday in the cafeteria at the Carter St.

Heads tart Center. Other activities for the month included a sweetheart valentine party for the Alpha wives on Feb. 15, at the Contessa Inn in Longview, according to chapter president Fred W. Armstrong of Henderson. Other officers are: vice president, John Wilborn, Marshall; secretary Herman Barlow, Longview; treasurer Herman Miller.

Marshall; and chaplain Dr. Nolan Anderson. Marshall. Thomas E. Gray of Marshall is the corresponding secretary.

Other members include Drs. I.J. Lamothe. Telly H. Miller.

I.E. Willis, and E.W. Rand, Rev. C.L.Floyd, Alex Duncan, Price t. Young, S.A.

Anderson, Lonnie Taylor, J.D. Chiang Signs Up For Medical Corp David Chiang, son of Mrs. lillian Chiang, 2802 Waubun, Marshall, has enlisted in the U. S. Army for three years, according to SFC Bob Connell, local Army representanve.

Chiang enlisted in the Army Guarantee Enlistment Program for medical coipsnian with training ai Fort Sam Houston. He is a graduate of Marshall High School. LARGE SELECTION ROCK AND COUNTRY BY POPULAR RECORDING ARTISTS ALL $6.98 LIST PRICE RECORDS cm) DISCOUNT PRICE $5.47 1 i 11 I50VK: First aid Nimlfiiis iipply slinks to puiiM' victims" is inn cxcrcisi' iif lh" Ked Hss standard first aid miis'. I'lu' chapter's lasfs an destgnfd to iH mduslries and other ihimiicss upri aliiins meet i )iiiufii)fiii inr having jii ililicd ijiialified first ud anlliitldns available. Sunn- iiicintM'i's of the iiM-al rliapter are 0,11.1 nl led iiistriuloi's.

i liarhee. si.iinliii'4 at nlit. tries out iriifi aiilicalioii of a lindane on co-student t'liidv I'lslicr under the lu nml eve of instructor niii.iii McCoininon of 'In- Marshall hire l)i'in nni'iii in a multimedia standard first aid SALE PRICE THIS ID EFFECTIVE FEB. 23-MAR. 1 i-oiirsr sioiis)Hed t)v the hn al ed Cross chapter.

staff photos Texas ACIR Seeks City Controls According to the report "Development Standards In Unincorporated Areas: Proposed State Legislation For I-ocal Governments," lack of proper developmental controls in uncorporated areas in Texas has resulted in homes built in areas subject to severe flooding; substandard and unsafe housing: inadequate water and sewer lines; unpaved streets; irregular street layouts and widths; and mixed residential, conimerical, and industrial land uses in the same area. The Texas ACIR report calls for additional study and consideration of the entire approach to land-use regulation in Texas because of urbanization and industrialization as well as innovative land-use policies being implemented in other states. In the meantime, according to the report, implementation of the commission's recommended draft bills could substantially strengthen local control and close existing gaps in land-use regulatory authority. "The permissive character of each bill." chairman Vandergriff explained, "assures that local governments will continue to be free to adopt development standards directed to the needs of the individual conununity." Similar in scope and content to a previous conunission report published in 1972. the newly released study documents the Model legislation for extending to Texas cities and counties optional developmental controls over land use in unincorporated areas is recommended by the Texas Advisory Commisison on Intergovernmental Relations (Texas ACIR) in a report released today.

Recommended for consideration by the 64th Texas legislature, the Commission's proposed measures authorize cities to extend by ordinance construction standards to areas in their extraterritorial jurisdiction, allow counties to adopt and enforce development standards in unincorporated areas not covered by city ordinance, and grant permissive zoning authority to counties. "The Commission's three proposals are designed to alleviate the serious problems of inferior building construction, substandard public facilities, and inadequate land management planning that have resulted in health and safety hazards in unincorporated areas." said Arlington Mayor Tom J. Vandergriff. commission chairman. The Conunission's report and recommendations are in response Jo the rising public concern for the proper management of land resources and for the regulation of development in the areas of the state that are outside the reach of municipal jurisdictions.

need for developmental controls in unincorporated areas, analyzes the legislative history of prior land-use proposals considered during the 62nd and 63rd legislative sessions, and examines two recent federal programs with land-use implications for Texas. The Texas ACIR is a state agency established to improve coordination and cooperation among all levels of government in Texas and is composed of citizens, representatives of cities, counties, special districts, and school districts, and state and federal officials. Adams Measure Before Committee News Messenger Austin Bureau AUSTIN Sen. Don Adams of Jasper has introduced legislation to allow credit union funds to be invested in savings and loan association certificates of deposit and savings accounts. SB 242 would allow credit unions to invest amounts up to 10 per cent of the net worth of the issuing association.

The bill would change present law to say that the savings association is to be domiciled in Texas, rather than the United States. The bill has been referred to the Senate Economic Development Committee. HERE'S HOW MUCH YOU CAN EARN EACH YEAR WITH OUR NEW SIX-YEAR SUPER CERTIFICATE IN THE 4TH YEAR (O) IN THE FIRST YEAR S(o)(o rf i. IN THE 2ND YEAR LJ Li Li JLJ 5TH 1 1 IN THE Reward Set For Three Girls IN THE 6TH YEAR THIRD YEAR WHEH PSPSif IF FOR Sill YiililS.A 03SE2 HEITJ 12I23 HfE Forest Hills National Bank in Fort Worth in the name of Mn.slev ai.d Trfi. Reward Fund," has been enlarged by private donations.

Persons with information wluch might lead police to the missing girls are asked to contact the Fort Worth Police Department. Missing Persons Division, at 817-335-7211. or to call their local police Mrs. Mary Sliivers and Mrs. T.

R. McCoy of Marshall, and. two other guis. Lisa Renee Wilson, 14. and Julie Ann Mosley, 9.

The three girls were last seen on Dec. 2H in the Fort Worth shopping center, whore they had gone Christmas shopping. Mrs. Trlica 's car was found in the employes' parking lot at the shopping center the same The reward fund, set up at A reward is being offered for three girls, one of them the granddaughter of two Marshall residents, who disappeared Dec. 23.

1974. from the Seminary South Shopping Center in Fort Worth. A reward fund, which at last rci'Mir. i has boon set up to aid in the return of Mrs. Mary Rachel Trlica.

17. granddaughter of run i7 q. Co). n) 7 YIELDS ACJMOAL YIELD WHEN LEFT GU DEPOSIT FOR ONE YEAR. est Yields are based ioon earnings being left unflisturbed and aifowfd to compound.

Certificates may be withdrawn at any time and will still earn interest at Passbook rates, minus 90 days' interest. FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION of MARSHALL Il mil UU I.TKI l( LIS MUAF.I. WILSON Jl'LIF, ANN'MOSLFY.

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