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Page 10-MALAKOFF NEWS-Feb. 26, 1976 PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE Legal notice is hereby given The following qualified that an annexation hearing is resident voters and/or owners to be held on the 8th day of of fifty percent or more of the March, 1976, at the City Hall following described property of Malakoff, Henderson Court- hereby request annexation of ty, Texas, at 7:30 o'clock such foliowing described prop- p.m., to consider the annexa- erty to the City of Malakoff, lion of the following described Henderson County, Texas, property to the City of said property describtion at- Malakoff, Henderson County, tached hereto and made a part Texas, a description of said hereof. property is attached hereto Jack A. Hearu and made a part hereof for all Jimmy L. Harris purposes. Gary Lewis Dated the 9th day of Kristine E. Speaks February, 1976. Tommy N. Speake Jeri Smith Arthur Thompson Guy D. Smith Mayor- City of Malakof, Texas FIELD NOTES ATTEST: PROPOSED EXTENSION Tina Spcake MALAKOFF CITY LIMITS City Secretary 14.43 ACRES I II New from This powerful high erformance clQaner packed with exclusive quality features. It has triple care cleaning power. A steel hood protects the lifetime lubricated motor. It has a soft vinyl wrap around furniture guard and a rugged Lexan base. All for only Above-the-floor cleaning tools available at small additional cost. Model 1416A  shags Phflh'ps " i00ppHance i i i I PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC NOTICE G. MARTINEZ SURVEY ABSTRACT 481 \\; O Office Hours HENDERSON COUNTY All that certain lot, tract or parcel of land situated in the G. Martinez Survey Abstract 481, Henderson County, Texas and being a portion of a certain 78.9 acre tract of land conveed by Achesh Gentry to J.IY Waller by Deed dated October 6, 1950 and recorded in Vol. 356 Pc. 194 of the Deed Records of Henderson County, Texas also being a portion of Bel-Air Estates Section One and Two revised which is shown of record in Vol. 8 Pg. 67 of the Plat Records of Henderson Coun- t'. Said tract or parcel of land being more particularly de- scribed by metes and bounds as follows: Commencing at the North- west corner of the above mentioned Waller 78.9 acre tract. THENCE: S 00 16' 08" E with the West line of said tract 1175.0 feet to the present boundary limits of the City of Malakoff. THENCE: S 60 00' E with the present boundary limits 366.16 feet to a point of intersection of said boundary limits and the West line of Lot 25 Block 2 of Bel-Air Estates and the place of beginning. THENCE: N 00 16' 08" W with the West line of Lot 25, 130.51 feet to the Northwest corner of said Lot 25. THENCE: EAST 130.0 feet to the West line of Hillcrest Circle. THENCE: With the West line of Hillerest Circle around said curve to the right, having a central angle of 63 20' and a radius of 140.76 feet, a distance of 120.8 feet to the end of said curve and the beginning of another curve. THENCE: Around said second curve to the left, having a central angle of 630 20' and a radius of 40.52 feet, a distance of 44.80 feet to the end of said curve. corner of said 0.73 acres located along the Southwest line of Lot 10 Block 5 of the Bel-Air Estates. THENCE: N 46 00' W 60.0 feet to the West corner of said LOt 10. THENCE: N 440 08, E 150.0 feet to the North corner of said LOt 10. THENCE: S 46 00' E with the common line between Lots 9 and 10, 290.0 feet to the East corner of Lot 10 and the South corner of Lot 9, located along the Northwest line of Hillcrest Circle. THENCE: N 44 00' E with the said street line, passing a corner of said Lot 9 at 106.9 feet and continuing on across said street a total distance of 178.0 feet to a point located along the East line of the above mentioned Waller 78.9 acre tract. Said point being located S 00 41' 45" E 817.17 feet from the Northeast corner of said tract. THENCE: S 08 41' 45" E with the said East line, 530.36 feet to an angle corner, of Lot 5 Block 7 of Bel-Air Estates. THENCE: S 43 38' W with the back Lot lines of Lots 5, 4, 3 and 2 of said Block 7, 598.63 feet to a point located along the present Northeast boundary limits of the City of Maiakoff. THENCE: N 60 Off W with the said present City Limits line, 810.68 feet to the place of beginning and con- taining 14.43 acres of land. SURVEYOR'S CER- TIFICATE I, Jack A. Hearu, Regis- tered Surveyor No. 461, do hereby certify that I directed the survey of the above described tract of land and prepared the above field notes describing the boundaries of same just as they were found and surveyed upon the ground. Witness my hand and seal at Athens, Texas this the sixteenth day of February, A.D. 1976. Jack A. Hearu ,/ g Helen Stephens Helen Stephens Candidate For Tax Collector Helen Stephens of Athens has announced her candidacy for the office of County Tax Assessor-Collector of Hender- son County. Miss Stephens said she Is running at "the urging of many voters and taxpayers accross the county." She is the daughter of Mrs. Era Stephens and the late G.C. {Clyde) Stephens and lives with her mother at 200 James Street. A graduate of Athens High School, Miss Stephens attended Henderson County Junior College. She has lived in Athens since she was seven years old. Part of her 20 years of office experience was 12 years as shipping clerk for Harbison- Walker Refractories. She owned and operated Debbie's Young Fashions for seven years. "Our present =x collector has been in office 12 years, and his record speaks for itself," she said Monday. "I feel that I am qualified for the job and would appre- ciate the confidence and sup- port of the people of Hender- son County." In the next few weeks, I will try to see personally as many ! * 'ii Cedar Creek Lake Chamber 00uels Plans For Community Centel By Tom Herllne The Cedar Creek Lake Chamber of Commerce is negotiating for land for a proposed 5,000-square-foot community center building to be built with citizen contri- butions, according to Judd Walker, president of the chamber. Walker announced the project at the organizational meeting of the Presidents' Property Owner Association last Saturday. To be built at a cost of from $35,000 to $50,000, the build- ing will be used for four major functions annually sponsored by the Chamber, as well as be available for private parties, family reunions, public meetings, dances, and similar programs, Walker said. The Chamber is trying to obtain a three-acre tract of land behind Island Marina off Highway 85, from the Fort Worth Water Board. The hoped-for site is the location of last year's chamber- sponsored water show. Walker said, however, if the Chamber was unable to use that site, others are being considered. "We hope to raise funds to build it strictly with contri- butions," Walker said. He said that there was a possi- bility of obtaining grants or government loans, but that the Chamber would prefer to build the center using contri- butions. Contributors to the building fund would elect a board of directors to run the building outside the controls of the Chamber, Walker said. "We don't want this to be a Chamber oF Commerce opera- tion, but rather the Cedar Creek Lake people," he said. The proposed structure would be approximately 50 by visiting nurses to give shots, and that sort of thing, he added. There will be small kitchen facility for warming up and serving foods and for making coffee, but no food would be prepared at the facility in order to avoid competing with lake-located businesses, Walker continued. Judd said that the Chamber would sponsor four large social events at the com- munity center at Easter, Independence Day, Labor Day and Christmas. A fund drive wiI in the near futt said. mpopular and J/d,, "ONE 675-418! Foundation Works Sills Replaced Athens, CATALOG SAI Open Monday- Saturday 9:00 till 417 South Palestine 675-5664 Satisfaction Guarenteed Sue Barnett For: HOME gnil uels for er ruing, lign Me aiterm :as agricl hed heel [th will big t Texas s nday, Me zgdoches, =nty Extel egistratio grarn, to cents sessi( A r per ant to' have $8,500. 2 Br. carpet COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE: INSURANCE New : Representing: Employers Casualty ah,, , Employers National, Motors Insurance  3.2.21 firepla THENCE: N O0 16' 08" W Registered Public Surveyor of you as I possible can. If I 100 feet. Walker said. It  as m .: continuing with the West line No. 461 miss seeing you personally, would con=in one large room, KOVall Insu ra nce aeen q of Hillcrest Circle, 65.0 feet. rm"'0g aphy please let me take this op- plus an office and a smaller _ w v . THENCE: EAST 387.80 r portunity to ask for your vote conference room that could I Ph W. Royall Bid] feet to the Southwest corner and support in the coming of a 0.73 acre tract of land CO rse Set electionJvn May 1. also be used as a Pv:0: conveyed by Jimmy L. Harri U Thank you for taking time Vol.tJackA'Hegru'recorded763 Pg. 48. a At Jr Colleg to read my announcement.' 1 FABRIC CARE CENTE0000 THENCE: NORTH 50.9 = e Sincerely, Helen Stephens feet. . of Malakoff THENCE: N 44 00' E A non-credit course in [Pol. Adv. paid for by Helen 150.0 feet to the Northwest Photography For the Fun Of Stephens] ' '' I,lll It will begin .on Monday, March1, 7 p.m. inRoom37of Sewer Hookups George the Science Building at Hen- derson County Junior College. This course is being offered Await Check Of through the Continuing Education Division of the Construction threw a College. Dr. Vernon Price will be the instructor. Classes will be With sewer lines going into held each Monday for five the ground, lots of inquiries dollar weaks from 7 to 9 p.m. are coming into City Hall for Enrollment will be limited hookups, Mayer A.M. to 30. Cost for the course is Thompson reports. $10. But folks will have to wait * This course is designed for awhile. Although it appears those people who would like to practical to tap into the sewer across get a little more fun out of snapshots and make them more exciting than just a family record, and who would like to dabble in creativity with their cameras. Persons may register at the college from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Additional information may be obtained by calling line as it is laid, the mayor says that no taps can be made until the lines are inspected and approved. Then the city can come back and tap onto the line, he said. The city has made only one exception to this, a =p for the Malakoff Fabric Center, a new washateria on Highway 31 East. E. Hwy. 31 Announces It's Opening I Hours 7- 9 Weekdays ! ia 8.5 Sat., Sun. Sh, Look For Our Grand Opening ,. New Speed Queen Equipment Air Conditioning Attendant On Duty At All lmes the evening college ofice at 675-6210 or the regist--r s SE00'EN POINTS office at 675-6217. & the Potomac River... but lost it[ LIQUOR STORE Throw YOUR. dollars into a savings Acr=s From Mr. Pizza 432-3225 nwy. 85 Seven acco u n t a n d watc h t h e m G ROW [ "T'HE-YEAR Audrey Greenwell, Owner  At Gulf Sige 72/ "  /iNNUN. RATE 0N 6 YEAR AWARD! A Prices Effective Feb. 26 - 28 /4 v/o. Champion $ =99i Kamchatka ,= 8.06?  E YIELD* Bourbon SO" prom'l , f---"i'  i. Vodka * A l I A c e o u n t s Higher Rat,, C,=y, a *Depoaits in by the 1 plus tax " . ................. ! 80 proof gal. Compounded Daily Substantial Penalty tor earn from the First ............................... Early Withdrawal ............................................ ].W. Dam s0 pr00f $1t99 SAVINGS & LOAN Old Style Whiskey gal. Old Milwaukee plus tax Beer 8:30 to 4 p.m. 8:30 to 5:30 on Friday I I I ASSOOA3X3N OF ATHENS 500 S. Palestine Athens, Texas 214-675-2223 219 N. Terry 313 N. 3rd St. Malakoff, Texas Mabank, Texas 214-489-0991 214-687-4521 I I "The most important thing we'll do today is fill your preseriptionl" 00lalakoff PRESCRIPTION SHOPP, E Phone 489-1909 Cattos00d tab00 $1 Scotch Whey 86 proof gal. plus tax case 6 pak s49s s133 24 12 oz. cans plus tax or bottles