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Page 8- MALAKOFF NEWS- July 8, 1976 Star Harbor Tourney Winners Disclosed HONORED-- John MeIn- tire of Star Harbor admires the trophy presented to him for his efforts in promoting and directing the Star Har- bor Bicentennial Golf Tour- nament. Star Harbor property strokes under par going to owners and their guests held the team consisting of: Ernie a Bicentennial golf tourna- Anderson, Larry Owens, Bill ment 4th of July weekend at Flato, and Joe Jenull. the private Star Harbor Three teams at eight course, strokes undPr par each were A large field of 40 players tied for second and third including 31 property place requiring a sudden owners and nine guests death playoff which resulted participated in the tourna, in second place going to the ment which was organized team of Charlie Swearing. and directed by John ton, Tom Bynum, James McEntire. Royall, and Jack Nesbitt; Ten teams were entered and third place was gathered with first at nine in by the team of E.M. Dosser, Grant Brown, Betty LakeWaste Control Order To Be En ? The Tarrant County Wa- ter Control and Improve- ment District Number One will begin enforcement of its Waste Control Order for septic systems on Cedar Creek Lake after July 15. The announcement was made by Harold E. Johnson, general superintendent of the districtr, during an in- formal press conference Tuesday afternoon. The order will pertain to all new systems "within the Cedar Creek Watershed bounded by a line with all points on that line beng a distance of 2,000 feet from the nearest point on the 325'msl contour line, mess- going to cost $25, but after a public hearing May 5 in Seven Points, the cost was lowered to $15. Transfer fees were also lowered fro $10 t $5 as a result of discussion during that hearing. A lot or tract which was platted and reorded prior to October 1, 1975 must have a minimum of 4,000 square feet. A lot or tract platted or recorded after October 1, 1975 must contain 15,000 square feet in order to obtain a license for privste sewage facility. For percolation tests be- low 60, a permit will be issued which will give the minimum requirements for an exception is granted, the available space and percola- tion rate may dictate a system which is very expen- sive to build. When an cannot be satisfactorially out at he Spillway person may file tion for General Worth office. Butane-Propane Gas Sendce-Tanks For Lease or Sale RADIO-- EQUIPPED TRUCK! FOR We CI  NI Your Norwood, and Jack Taylor. ured horizontally away from tank capacity and square SPEEDY DELIVERY At the end of the tourna- the Cedar Creek Reservoir." footage of the absorption U] nudn ment an accuracy contest Reliance Gas was held in which Ben BIG ONE" Debbie Glaze of In simple terms, if the new" field. , .Tks- LJMIg  Short Hid Hudson came in first, Billy Payne Springs caught this system will be located When the percolation rate QtUIlIm$ CIn og Norwood, second, and Jack 41V2 pound king mackerel within 2,000 feet of the lake, is higher than 60, where Hardy, third, outof Galveston last week, it will very likely need to be steep grades will cause deep of Athens inspected and registered, ditches, where buildings and CalL Kems 392952 w 397116 + SHEPPARD INSURANCE FUNERAL SERVICES WITH .1 everenfc IN THE TRADITION OF YOUR FAITH scte.., 3321 JAN'74Form 29 Each memorial service here is according to the wishes of the family of the de- ceased. Your clergyman is invited to participate in all the arrangements for ore' memodal triEmte= PUBLIC NOTICE The Malakoff I.S.D. is accepting bids on an Ath- letic field house. The build- ing will be 35 by 50. Interested parties can get further information from the superintendent's office at 489-1152 or P.O. Box 489 Malakoff. Interested parties should contact the superin- tendent prior to July 13, 1976. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF EQUALIZATION Notice is hereby given that said Board of Equaliza- tion will be in session at its regular meeting place in the Cross Roads School, Henderson County, Texas, at 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., on Friday, the 16th day of July, 1976, for the purpose of determining, fixing, and equalizing the value of any and all taxable property located in Cross Roads District for taxable purposes for the year of 1976, and any and all persons interested or -- hving business with said Board are hereby notified to be present. Don McKinnerney Tax Assessor Cross Roads ISD Henderson County, Texas CARROLL & LEHR Funeral Home Athens, Texas Phone 675-221] just barely missing the record catch out Galveston this year, which is 42 pounds. Others in her party had large catches, too, in- cluding Ed McDonald, who pulled in a 37 pounder, and Donnie Glaze with a 35 pounder. In all, the caught 22, averaging 20 pounds. Also in the fishing party were Geraldine McDonald and Verona Moss. {Staff Photo by Loralne Herlinc] SIDEWALK from page one Hicks of Dallas at Donnell's; Steve Junell of Mabank at Red Barn Furniture; Alma Jessie McLain at A1 Inmon Ford; L.E. Dalton of Rt. 1, Athens at Citizens State Bank; Stephen Rogers of Malakoff at Phillips Ap- pliances; Elsie Hines of Rt. 1 Box SH225 at Kirbys: Mrs. Pauline [{udson of Rt. 1, Box 179 F, Malakoff at Food Fare; Jerry Hinkle of Malakoff at Malakoff Pre- scription Shoppe; Joy Con- ners of Rt. 3, Kemp at Malakoff Fashion Shop; Joe Leslie Wade of Malakoff at Smith's Drug & Variety: -- If the weatl4erman forecasts snow, park your ear downhill on slopes so you won't have trouble starting uphill later. This re-ulated area included the entire perimeter of the lake, Johnson said. The Texas Water Quality Board passed the order June 24 under the authority given to it by the state legislature. The purpose is to protect against the potential source of water pollution in order to maintain the water quality. A prepared release issued at the conference noted that the regulated area is of special concern due to the population density. All household waste of a private facility whether it be bath, kitchen or washing mach- ine, must be disposed of through the septic system. The district willl be the agency inspection and test- ing the systems to determine if they meet the standards laid down by the order. Already existing systems will not be required to obtain a permit or license as long as they are not malfunction- ing, and causing pollution Persons wmhuSg to obtain a permit, must first file an application with the water district. A percolation test to chech the absorbtion rate of water by-the soil is then performed. Johnson said that this test determines the Lype of septic system which is needed for that area. The district issues the permits if the owner then installs the system within the specifica- tions decided on after the test. Initially the permits were water wells are too close, then a conventional system cannot be built. The owner, or his installer may come to the Spillway offices and discuss known acceptable systems which may be built or he may have a consulting engineer or registered sani- tarian design a system and submit it for approval. 'Any developer who cre- ates a subdivision using private sewage "facilities must have percolation tests r4un on each lot and inform prospective buyers that a license will be required to construct a private sewage facility, the developer has the responsibility to tell the propsective buyer. At any time an Organized Waste Water Disposal Sys- tem is developed widthin 300 feet, the private facility shall be connected to the Organ- ized System ivhenever legal- ly or economically possible. A permit will not be issued for a private sewage facility which is wthin 300 feet of an Organized Disposal System. Exceptions will be grant- ed to the point that each location will be able to build some type of disposal sys- tem. It must be pointed out that due tO requirements_ such as 75 feet from the shoreline, 15 feet form build- ings, 150 feet from water wells, etc, the planning of the septic system should be worked out before the struc- ture is planned on small lots. In some cases even though p....%=.= __i t/ g, K Tinney, Owner Dial 675-2269 in Athens r( Frigidaire Phillip Freezers Malakoff Malakoff MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY NI Lines of Insurance Life .Home .Bonds eAuto .Business  A =mm For All Your Automotive Needs Columbus Shocks [Lifetime Guarantee] AP Mufflers and Pipes Wix Filters Complete line of Duro Chrome Automotive ' TI 226 It Troy St DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY Phone: 489-0512 611 E. Hwy 31 489-1533 Malakoff, Texas Subscribe To The Malakoff News NAME ................. ADDRESS ................. TOWN .......... ZIP--- Only W in Henderson County s5" out of County 6" out of State P.O. Box 509 Malakoff, Tex. 75148 Carpet & Floor Cmmng Custom Made Drapes & Bed Spreads tM m= lf lib I Illl Free Estimates Etpert Installs Malakbff, ' 489-] FABRIC CARE CENTER Cedar Cree General On Hwy. 31 Adds New Lines of al'l'o WE'VE GOT THE CURE FOR THOSE Cedar Creek General Sto T LAUNDRY at Malakoff provides the Cedar Creek Lake area with - ," 00avlngs a wide array of products ,,;+++,;,,, *o'" ranging from CBs to craft ,1,,,,,, ],.LtIT'L]Ttl BLUB supplies that are not avail-  Association able any closer than Dallas. In addition to CB and Sideband radios and MaJakoff 502 E. RoyalJ antenna, AMF lawn equip- - ,=1  ment, Devos paints and an ....  .  up-to-date craft shop, Cedar l[lJ "Come See All Our Discounted Bargains" Creek General Store recently has become associated with Cumberland General Store, a major distributor of repro- popular items from the Cure- market behind the General AMF bicycles, and what ductions of old-time and berland General Store cata- Store, if there is enough Thorpe describes as "the antique items from watches log, but that everything in interest locally. Anyone most complete Craft Shop to farm wagons, the catalog, on display at the interested should contact around." The Stu Thorpes and Bill store, can be ordered for him at the General Store. The General Store is open Atteberrys, who run Cedar you, right here in Malakoff. Cedar Creek General also daily, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Creek General, say they plan Thorpe said he is very features a fine selection of Monday throutgh Saturday. to stock some of the more interested in setting up a flea first quality toys and games, 112 N. Temj SOFA & LOVESEAT Reg. sS" s398 "E Z" Credit Terms PLENTY FREE PARKING 319 N. Terry -- FMg0 N. - [214] 489-0090 SPECIAL ON ALL GARDEN EQUIPMENT CB RADIOS SPORTING GOODS CRAFT SHOP FISHING EQUIPMENT Boat & Motor Repair Open 6 days e week 8:00 to 7:00 tore I. 31 APPLIANCE IICJI ,' it "t J4, m Nml XblOG Sales &Sendce 00l/):00uilding 00upplies Mahkoit Feed & Supply W. Hwy. 31 489-0891 Malakoff JONES BLAIR SPECIAL X FEEDS PURINA CHOWS Latex Polyflex. EAST TEXAS FEEDS Outside Pamt ,, NIPAK FERTILIZER (bag or bulk) Jones.Blair-- . +,.,s Open till 4:00 Saturdays All Types Building Materials 126 S. Temj 4894)367