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24, 1977 LONE STAR:GAS COMPANY Tom Henderson - Manager Tom Moore, Hanmy Parks & Howard Copeland. Service Rep's. ajor contributor to the their customers, and their -rny of the entire region, attention to environmental "one Star Gas Company concerns. Your support of J offices at 309 East their programs is greatly I 'ca Lq na in Athens, phone 141, is a cornerstone of appreciated. This outstanding corpora- ", COmmunity. This tion has become a major ;cted gas utility power in the employment "'lpany is doing its part to structure of the region. They further th'e interests of have provided hundreds of lgntire area through their local residents with job Pr'ending efforts to opportunities which have, in de better service to turn, sank millions of dollars T back into the local economy. The Lone Star Gas Company is definitely a major contri- butor to the betterment of the community! The writers of this 1977 Review urge all area resi- dents to support the Lone Star Company. It's through their efforts that we're able to enjoy our modern lifestyle even more. OWN HOUSE RESTAURANT for the |and some of the faStwn quahty e: [ ce anywhere, the To e Restaurant has won nviable reputation as 1 the area s favorite located on Highway in 675-2374, this nding restaurant lunch, and and are open from 6 10 p.m. seven days a TRAILER PARTS Barnes. Owner manufacturing Trailer Parts in custom built for farmers and in this area. This firm features a of styles and and will set up your the way you you have a horses or a dozen ride in comfort -ty in a custom from this quality- r! at 1001 West in Athens, phone this experienced the trailer you price you can specialize in vans, gooseneck and ever trailer- COmbinations. Trailer Parts can You a better deal dealing dir- the factory. They financing, liberal and low monthly too. The writers 1977 Review suggest You're into horses... should become with the friendly at Athens Trailer Dan & Irma Wilson- Ownm week. They have a special every Friday featuring all of the fresh STA-WAY Catfish you can eat. Their menu is "completely complete" and features such well-liked dishes as steaks, chicken, seafood, and a huge variety of fine sandwiches. For better breakfasts, they specialize in fast short order service with all of your "day starting" favorites featuring homemade biscuits and cream gravy, bacon and eggs, hotcakes, and french toast. The whole family will like dining in the pleasant atmosphere and clean surroundings that this fine restaurant has to offer. The editors of this 1977 Review urge you to make the Town House Restaurant a part of you day. Breakfast lunch, or dinner.., you won' find better food anywhere. HALLMAN MEMORIALS Hallman Memorials is located at 905 West Corsi- cana in Athens, phone 675-3501, where they feature a complete stock of monu- ments. The high grade monu-- ments sold here have been recognized by the people of Maudce Hallman - Owner Nelda Wd00t - Manager writers of this 1977 Review able to recommend Hallman Memorials to our readers. this area as the very best in quality monuments. It can be truly said that everything in the way of monuments can be secured from them and you may be assured that the product will be of the highest quality. Special service and com- prehensive information will be given to prospective customers at all times whether the request be in person or over the telephone. Their reputation as honest and straight forward busi- ness people extends far and wide. The high quality of their merchandise, combined with modern prices and the services they render has brought his firm a very large patronage and the confidence of all the people in this section. Only through this knowledge are we, the AIR CONDITIONING SHEET METAL WORKS Joel Cole- Owner GENERAL ELECTRIC Air Conditioning Units to leading builders features expert design ser- the general public, vices as well as skilled Conditioning & installation and maintenance Works is widely of General Electric air con- as the leading air ditioning units. You may contractor in choose from individual room custom systems or totally integrated of fine General units to cool your entire temperature control home or office and they as their finest provide 24 hour service on and You can everything they sell. their years of Don't put up with sub- They are also standard temperature con- sales and trol equipment and service ealer for Hotpoint any longer. Call Cole Air Conditioning & Sheet Metal and office Works and find out how at 602 little the best really costs! in Athens, The writers of this 1977 this quality- Review know that you'll be contractor glad you did! TITLE COMPANY William H. Kugle, Jr.. President Shirley Wad- Manager Title Company desire to purchase. Let them at 130 East in Athens. Phone prompt nd and title explain to you the value of preparing an abstract and carrying title insurance on your property. There is great satisfaction in knowing that when you consult this office, you are in conference with an authority on the matter of abstracts and titles pertaining to everything on file in the office of the Register of Deeds. The compilers of this 1977 Review wish to refer our readers to Attorney's Title Company and know your title will be absolutely correct and promptly delivered. "q real name was Edward Kennedy Eliington. section of the as in all countries, of title causes PUrchaser an endless f trouble. Title Company information at government grants to the If you are g of making a all you have to do Attorney's Title Y, interview and property you HENDERSON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Catherine W. Vaughn Administrator ' When we consider the ares around us including all of the businesses and the different of enterprizes, it is hard to forget one prominent name. That is the Henderson County Memorial Hospital. Through their efforts to provide the best of health care and growth to the area, they have come to be known as part of the backbone in the structure of this area. From their beginning they have strived to provide the most up-to-date health care, and are widely acclaimed for its staff of general practi- tioners and specialists in many fields. They employ many local people throughout the area, thus aiding in the financial strength and growth of the area, and are recognized by both the businessman and the homeowner as an inseperable entity of our community. When needed in an emergency, special help in community projects, or just everyday business, the Henderson County Memorial Hospital located at 405 Lindsey Lane in Athens, phone 675-2216, is always there ready to be of assistance. The writers of this 1977 Review herein announce our complete endorsement and commendation to the management and individuals of the Henderson County Memorial Hospital. MR. PIZZA Don't let anyone kid you about who has the best pizza in town. People around these parts know from experience that the best pizza is served by Mr. Pizza located at 416-B South Palestine in Athens, phone 675-5920. Through the use of their guarded recipes and finest quality ingredients this pizza parlor offers this area authentic old world pizza in many delicious flavors that you can either eat here in the quaint atmosphere or take out to go. The management here has made it a point to hire people he can trust to give you friendly service and the prices are very reasonable. Mr. Pizza features a full menu, in addition to Pizza. They offer some of the best Spaghetti, Chicken Fried Steaks and delicious Char- Broiled Steaks you've ever eaten. For delicious food, you'll return for again and again, the compilers of this 1977 Review heartily suggest Mr. Pizza. We compliment them for their fine food and friendly service. MALAKOFF NEWS FARM & RANCH CENTER Sam Byer & C.R. Tumer. Owners Where do the area's leading ranchers go for All of their livestock feed and Everything else that they need for the management of a busy ranch? In the Athens area, the Farm & Ranch Center has become synonomous with quality feeds and a full line of farm supplies. Located at 1010 West Corsicana in Athens, phone 675-3590, this reliable concern serves the region's ranchers and farmers with balanced feeds and a stock of farm needs. In addition to quality feeds, this reputable firm can supply you with most anything that you need for the effective manage- ment of your farm! They carry fencing, ag chemicals, irrigation supplies, trailers, feeders, and most anything else that you're likely to need, so drop by today and discover what kind of selection and what kind of values await you at the Farm & Ranch Supply: "the farmer and rancher's best friend." The writers of this 1977 Review suggest that anyone who isn't familiar with this full line farm & ranch supply center should become their customers.., and their friends. MHMR To Honor Several Henderson Individuals A meeting to honor out- going members of advisory committees for the Mental Health Mental Retardation Regional Center of East Texas in Henderson and Van Zandt Counties is scheduled for Thursday, March 3, from 7-8 p.m. at the 1876 Restaurant on Highway 19 between Athens and Canton. The evening's agenda will include a report of the year's activities by Dr. Carrie Watson, director of MHMR's mental retardation division, and Ray Thomson, director of the mental health division. Executive Director Gary Smith will also participate in the program and pins and certificates will be presented to outgoing committee members by, o_f .t_rust_e__ members Mary Lou Moon of Athens and Billie Furrh of Wills Point. Those to be honored from Henderson County include Maylene Bullock, Lee Bush, Mike George, David A. Hutchins, Dr. Ben Johnson, Eddie Lambert, Neal Lawson, Jessie Lee, Demp Maxfield, Dan F. Middleton, L.E. Orr, Sylvia Royal, Gurley Sanders, the Rev. Jan T. Stasney and Jewell Tompkins. LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CITY ELECTION TIlE STATE OF TEXAS COUNTY OF HENDER. SON CITY OF MALAKOFF TO THE RESIDENT QUALIFIED VOTERS OF THE CITY OF MALAK- OFF, TEXAS: TAKE NOTICE that an election will be held on the 2rid of April, 1977, in the City of Malakoff, Henderson County, Texas, at the place and in the manner as set forth in the attached copy of an ORDINANCE CALL- ING AN ELECTION ON APRIL 2, 1977, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING ONE MAYOR AND TWO COUNCILMEN FOR THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS, duly entered by the City Council of the City of Malakoff, Texas, on the 14th day of February, 1977. Said attached ORDINANCE is made a part of this notice for all intents and purposes. John A. Lott City Manager City of Malakoff, Texas AN ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE CALL- ING AN ELECTION ON APRIL 2, 1977, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING TWO COUNCILMEN AND ONE MAYOR FOR THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MALAKOFF, TEXAS: BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MALAK- KOFF, TEXAS: 1. That an election is hereby ordered to be held in the City of Malakoff, Texas, on April 2, 1977, same being the first Saturday in April, between the hours of 8:00 A.M. and 7:00 P. M. at the City Hall in the City of Malakoff, Texas, for the purpose of electing the fol- lowing officials for the terms hereinafter set forth: Mayor, for a term of two [2] years Councilman, for a term of two [2] years Councilman. for a term of two [2] years 2. That Earl Gentry is hereby appointed Presiding Election Judge and Gracie Welborn is hereby appointed Alternate Judge. The Presi- ding Election Judge is granted authority to appoint as many assistant judges or other officials deemed neces- sary to properly conduct said election without prior or subsequent approval or rati- fication by the City Council of the City of Malakoff. Texas. 3. That the oLieial ballot for said election of April 2, 1977, shall substantially comply with the laws of the State of Texas governing municipal elections. 4. That only qualified voters residing in the City of Malakoff, Texas, shall be eligible to vote at said election. 5. That notice of said election shall be published once a week for two consecu- tive weeks in a newspaper in the City of Malakoff, Texas, the first such publications to be not less than forty-five [45] days before the election. PASSED AND AP- PROVED this the 14th day of February, 1977. Arthur Thompson Mayor City of Malakoff, Texas ATTEST: John A. Lott City Manager City of Malakoff, Texas LEGAL NOTICE ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS City of Malakoff Malakoff, Texas Separate sealed BIDS for the construction of a single story brick municipal build- ing will be received by the City of Malakoff at the office of City Manager until 7:00 p.m., March 16, 1977. and then at said office publicly opened and read aloud. The CONTRACT DOCU- MENTS may be examined at the following locations: Dodge Room, 807 S. Beck- ham, suite 128, Tyler, Texas and Dodge Room, 1111 Mockingbird Lane, Suite 1200, Dallas, Texas, Dodge Scan. Copies of the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS may be ob- tained at the office of Jackson Cates Associates located at 1515 W. S.W. Loop 323, Tyler, Texas upon payment of $50.00 for each set. Any BIDDER. upon re- turning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS promptly and in good condition, will be refunded his payment, and any non-bidder upon so. returning the CONTRACT DOCUMENTS will be re- funded $50.00 for one set. The City of Malakoff reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive any formalities. No bids maybe withdrawn within thirty [30) days of bid opening. John Lott City Manager City of Malakoff FIVE GENERATIONS-- Little Natalie Cain, being held by her great grand- mother Zillah Hunter, repre- sents the fifth generation in this group which gathered for Sunday dinner Sunday at Malakoff. Other generations represented are [from left, Mrs. Dempsey 1o Chair Event For CF Drive Mrs. Robert Dempsey will chair a Special Event in Tool this spring for the Cyctic Fibrosis Foundation. The purpose of this event is to provide the community with information about cystic fibrosis and to raise funds to support medical research and care programs for children affected by CF and other lung-damaging diseases. For further infor- mation about the Special Event, contact Mrs. Dempsey at 214/ 432-3276. SEWAGE from page one that at Lake wart., said Jerry David, Spanish Shores resident. "'They gave the people 90 days notice and cut off their water supply." If the present board of the MUD, to be know officially as the East Cedar Creek Lake Fresh Water Supply, is able to complete all appli- cations and receive funding for each phase of establish- ing the water and sewer system, it should be finished and in operation in approx- imately two and a half years. standing] great grand- mother Bertha Stone, grand- father Paul Cain and father, Rev. Billy Paul Cain. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Miller of Tyler. The little lass has seven grandmothers, including Carrie Miller of Edom; Doyle Petty of Tyler; Wanda Miller of Tyler; Bertha Stone of Malakoff; Zillah Hunter of Malakoff; Faye Cain of Malakoff; and Mertha Harkey of Payne Springs. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline] 804, W. CORSICANA AT THE Y Page 5 Heart Fund Drive Saturday The American Heart Association Drive will be held in Malakoff, with door. to-door campaigning Satur- day morning. Co-chairman of the drive are Malakoff teachers Helen Brewer, Barbara Stone, Faye I,ewis and Willie Wilson. Student volunteers will t)e assisting with the drive, The Heart Association finances programs like the . bhl pressure clinics being held in Malakoff, Athens and other county towns, provides educational materials for public schools, and sponsors research. Testing programs have enabled the Heart Associa- tion to discover high blood pressure in children at quite a young age at public schools, permitting early t rea t men t. Cross Roads Menu February 28 - March 4 Monday: Salmon Patties, Crowder Peas, New Potatoes, Gravy, Cornbread, Milk, Banana Pudding Tuesday: Chicken Pot Pie, Green Salad, Milk, Fruit Cup Wednesday: Pinto Beans, Hot Tamales, S0uerkraut, Cornbread, Milk, Cherry Tarts with Whipped Topping Thursday: Beef Noodle Casserole, Green Beans, Harvard Beets, Hot Rolls, Milk, Grape Jelly, Butter Friday: Barbecue on Bun, Pickle Slices, Cheese Squares, Chips, Milk, Jello PH. 67S-2338 ATHENS, TEXASTS751 BRAKE SPECIALIST (the people who know all about brakes) Complete General Auto Repair BRAKE SERVICE SHOCKS TUNE - UPS MUFFLERs Used Trucks & Cars J & M Auto Center Malakoff, Texas 75148 We Do Our Own Fm_emcieq00 JACKIE LANCASTER MARLIN DARDEN P.O. Box 721 Phone 214-489-0595 SPRING o , 3 Seat Jurnbo Rocker Yard Chairs =2P Ask About Our Early Season Discount Prices