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Page 6- MALAKOFF NEWS- Mar. 11, 1976 LAKERS--Members of the left, front row are Mack Junior Division Little Drib- Harmon Jr., Terry Clay and biers Lakers posed for their Jeff Glasscock, [back row] team photo recently. From Coach Mack Harmon, Robert Holyfield, Todd Locke, Audrey McCurn, Roy Clay and Coach Jerry Clay. [Staff Photo by Tom Herline]. Volunteers Asked For MHMR Here The Malakoff Community Rehabilitation Center, sche- duled to open April 7 at the First Methodist Church in Malakoff, is in need of volun- teers, said Madeleine Rice, who heads the program. Classes in social living skills, including budgeting, nutrition, social interaction. home management and food preparation, will be offered to all Henderson County resi- dents 18 years and older, said Ms. Rice, who is the Mental Health Mental Retardation Regional Center of East Tex- as Associate in Athens. Activ- ities such as hobbies, sports, their highest level, said Pitre. Each participant will be taking part, in a program tailored to his or her ambi- tions and needs, Persons wishing to partici- pate in the Malakoff Com- munity Rehabilitation Center should contact Ms. Rice by telephoning (214) 675-8541 in Athens or writing to 114 W. Corsicana in Athens. Volunteers, said Ms. Rice, are needed to work with cording to Hayter, the city serves existing homes in annexed area, and the deve- loper is responsible for the cost of reaching un-developed homesites. Although the area now contains only some 22 platted tots, Harris indicated he and other landowners held con- sideragle acreage adjacent to the subdivision which is sub- ject to future development. Councilman Luther Ellis questioned where the money might come from to provide the services, and whether the city might be forced to cut clients and help with supervi- something out of its bond sion and operation of the .issue program. program. Thompson said adequate funds to meet the cost of the service to the area if it were incorporated into the city are i ANNEX from page one Had the city approved the annexation and the addition of the water and sewer line, it would have been the only branch line approved by the council off the main water line. Hayter said that the city could issue certificates of obligation, (short term notesL to finance the additional water and sewer improve- monte. "Personally, I am inter- ested in people becoming a part of the city of Malakoff, but the thing that worries me ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: is a possible in tax rate," Ellis "I am in favor l a ways have b Brown. "I think should have only thing I water for the W don't want themn¢ changed." "I have in city committed 1 going to do, and didn't do it money wasn't Ernest Wilson. games and field trips will also rJ[_r INk be part of the planned in the current budget. He vmwv...vvn program, estimated the area when l  TL. 1 CONCREE RK l .i t_____l__ Im . The program, sponsored by developed with houses would . [,, $0U ' the Mental Health Mental bring some $1,300 additional | Y00;00_00House/.evelingt00ani I at unas . taxes into city coffers in E II Retardatmn Regmnal Center !  Fou0fl W0[ -RL I county treasurers of Texas of East Texas will be from addition to water and sewer ¥our chance to get the convenlence an ............ will take a closer look at the 1"30 to 3'30  m each revenues, of Frigidaire and get special clearance ,, II   . 5 placed DDttIII I 1 stewardship of county funds W  " " P" " Ellis contended addition of eonesaay. I 00t00e,s, anuwn I during an upcoming seminar The fee for the class is one the area would necessitate an Frigidaire Heavy Duty Washer 2 -.  P.0  _q Ph 770  a ,oufige .tatmn, Mar. sliding scale to a maximum increase in city taxes, and / ......  . zq-za, aucn gey areas as $1 20 her de- suggested that a referendum |" ' -. • : ::! auditing of county funds The'_ur_se of the-ro- besought to find if citizens of  _ t:le×,ble 1- i .... ' P P P i " capacity ,a| ,* m | , = ,mprovmg the produet!v,ty of gram, said Robert Pitre, St•, Malakoff would permit a tax  * 'finite wat I we are rroua !o announce ::un:; 00Vn00ffp;c.t, k:ep00e00 Co:0000TtOrfoOftComm000000 increase inordertoannexthe  ' selector area. Thompson said this | " .Knits/Perrna ' records on revenue sharing g • • I TU alllm#lf a Center stoprowdepeoplea would not be possible, that I ///1 goa I J [iIV- OJJJJJ lJ and other federal funds, and place where they can partici- the people ha.d elected the • 2speeds | aan.,.,... .... ........... !egal aspects o,f the county patein activities with othe r I council to make these deci- , J !:i  | 1."A1/4111% /AINIlflr'l/,Id. flli,dl"lltmA, treasury Will De discussed, oeoole i sions for them. I SPEC|I | .MAL & L_Ae A=,g points out a county offlcmls " 'l;he classes are aimed at Thompson said the present 1 ve,,¥ e.ce program specmtist for the relievin boredome and tie- budget anticipates some I r..__. • • • Texas Agricultural Extension •  . pressrun and encouraging ] Large -imal Mobile Service Service the $30.000 surplus in the water II ........ ' se attending to function at and sewer fund of the city. [ !argo Animal Veterinary Drugs ...... " ...... , and this money could be I Open 7" .... 30am 6pro Monday lhru Friday :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: CO U N C I ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: HIGHRobin HarrisSCHOOLof MalakoffCHAMP--was andtapped,,oneSeWeroft° theServicePr°vi(eproblemst°thetheMala-Waterarea" Ill FrigidaireFIowing Heat, 008-1bD Yecapacity ill i w¢,, , ,,,u,, ,,,,u r,, from page one the High School Champ in koff has had nigh onto 28 1 . • Delicate plus$ I 7:30 am.- 3:00 p.m. Saturday .- Regusett, | " - passed pending payment "Because of the infringe- Malakofrs Twirling Festival years," said Hayter, "is the I .. PermanentP' ___ within a matter of days. mentandtrespassing, Ithink Saturday. [Photo by Tom city hasalwaysextendedonly [ .  • Gentle FIowff$  Names of the persons in- you owe me a sewer tap and a Wylie]. • the minimun requirements to an annexed area. This is what I ''?/ • Big over-size -- -- volved in the court actions water tap," Cantrell said. Travel,ng SOULS led to this bond issue." | ' opening for e. See were not mentioned during Thompson said the city "Do you continue with I '\\; i!\\;[ and unloadiOg : :. "'" the meeting, would not do this, and moved substanciard lines or do you  i I ' ............ i!  Qna RarnaH" A1 Inmon suggested that on to the next item on the To Sing At take it in with adequate ,,,) UL UU/I I lt, t t the city council be provided agenda. J0hh improvements?" I :i'i I  :i "->. :i   [  with a list of delinquent tax On recommendation of the " SPEC00 F0r' HOME accounts so they would be in a city's'engineer, Bob Hayter, ns0n Chape, improvementsAt present the °nly 'rater I  "" invOlVe a line • position to discuss the matter, partial payments on several ' e Traveling Souls Gospel thelength of the city east and . COMMERCIAL AUTOMOBILE Thompson said the matter construction contracts in- Singers from Dallas, will west along Highway 31, in- would be placed on the agenda volved in the water and sewer appeat  at Johnson Chapel cluding fire hydrants every. |liq|ll/llfl= .... for the next meeting of the program werepaid, including AME Church in Malakoff, 500 feet where there are  PHIl ,1 ,lPql ..... ,n,L council. Mar. 22. 'or $30/03.01 to Lavne-Western, Texas at 3 p.m. on Sunday buildings within 500 feet of ,., .. ..... Members of the council also drfller of the new city water Mar. 14. " the line: The city decided not ! gepfesefltlflg: mployers basoalty heard from Warren Cantrell, well, and $117,047 to They are widely known as to add proposed auxiliary Emnlnvpr Natinnal Mntnr InllrancP ffnrn claiming that the city .had Sheesley-Winters, who is one of the state's most lines off this main line because ,,,] ............................ r" crossed his property with a doing the water and sewer line sought-after spiritual inspir- of a lack of financing for that .... D,..,.dl In-..,.m,,A ,,,n,,.. water line without permission construction, ational singers.' portion of the water system:  ---- "' ItUall III)UI(ilIbG I'lGIl5J and that in doing so on- The council also heard a dangered the foundation of a report form Fire Chief Bill Ph. 489-0520 510 W. Royall Blvd. WHEN YOU NEED U ndoerstand!o0g WE ARE HERE TO SERVE YOU In time of sorrow, the understanding and sympathy of our experienced staff is a source of comfort to the bereaved. We strive to answer your needs in every possible detail. CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Texas Phone 675-22II proposed building he plans to erect at the corner of Royall and Sunset. He said he feared a settling problem would come about because the line was dug several feet from the edge of his proposed foundation. He also accused the city of "trespassing" on his property. "The problem is, we weren't contacted, and the ditch is exactly on the line where we planned to put the founda- tion. We already had bids," Cantrell said. "You have infringed on our rights. I was to be in the building Feb. 10. I have lost a month's revenue from the property, suffered mental anguish and distress and I have got to junk a masonry type building and start over." Mayor Thompson told Cantrell that the city had a "verbal easement" from Dr. P.T. Kilman to go across the property. He also said the ditch was several feet from the proposed foundation. He also said the city would fill the ditch "with concrete if necessary" once Cantrell did the site work necessary for laying the foundation. The problem arose because the property changed hands between the time Kilman gave a verbal okay for the ease- ment and the time the work was actually performed, ac- cording to Thompson. Clifford R. Haynes, M.D. Is Now Practicing Medicine At 701 North hm/Street (Apartment No. 1/Is Tempory Location; No. 3 & 4 To Be Permanent Location In A Few Weeks) Regular Hours: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m., Daily Except Sunday By Appointment Dickson and a salesman for the Boardman company con- cerning a fire truck. A new truck meeting the city's needs of 750-gallons-per-minute ca- pacity and containing all necessary auxiliary equip- ment would cost about $33,000, according to Dickson and the salesman, Alfred Neal of Waco. The delivery time is 9 to 10 months, Neal said. Thompson said the matter would be placed on the council agenda within the next month. City manager John Lott disclosed that Mrs. Tracey Franks had resigned as a clerk. Mayor Thompson sug- gested that he investigate hiring a person who could handle some of the accounting now handled by Eleanor Robertson, and told Lott to study the matter and see what could be done and report back to the council. Thompson read a letter from Tarrant Oil Co. an- nouncing its intent to sell existing gasoline tanks and pumps installed on customer sited to the customer at his cost. He offered to sell the tank and pump facility re- cently installed by Drake Oil Co. at no cost to the city for $600. Thomspon suggested that the city not buy the pump and put the city's gasoline needs up for bids. The council voted unan- imously to advertise for bids on gasoline. Ed Sonnenberg, inspector hired recently to supervise the city's water and sewer im- provement project, was intro- duced to the council• The city also raised the salary of city secretary Tina Speake from $495 monthly to $550. SHARON'S. master charge THE INTiFJAIIK C/lO