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I Legal Notice ful fo~~ any individual, partner- :lividual, partnership, fn'm or mission from one of his par- erated as herein provided, D WIG~ A. ~$~ O. D.~ THE MALAKOFF NEWS shrip, firm or corvoration to corporation shall be allowed to ents, or his guardian, creates an emergency requir- oPI'OMtl"RtST Malakoff, Texas Friday, July 19, 1968Page Three maintain and operate billiard operate a billiard table or SECTION 8. It shall be un- inafter defined within the car- limits of the City of Malakoff, person to engage in any gambl- at three meetings of the City perate limits of the City of Ma- Texas he or they must fwst Lag of any kind and character Council, said rule is therefore ~. OR $-2697 AflNms, Ta. lakoff, Texas, as provided in obtain the permission to so op- within the corporate limits of hereby suspended, and this ord- e.o. nox so9 1"hone uU 0-S~ this ordinance, crate from the City Council of the City of Malakoff, Texas, inance is put upon its final I,"Heartbeat IProlKr~Jdvo Wutorn Hender~n Coun$1ff' SECTION 2 A billiard table the City of MalPkoff Texas; within a building whore bill-reading and passed by a vote CAMPBELL ~ ~ b on is defined as any table sur- said permission shall be in the lards are played. MALAKOFF, TEXAS: rounded by a ledge or cushion form of license issued by the SECTION 9. It shall be un- of 4 ayes and 0 nays. bx ~o Tem~ Times hb~hm~ Co ~o " ~'ho N*m BnJldfnf Jn Malakof|, Te~ 7616J~ ~toh l~'i~y, [DING FOR A PENAL- with or without pockets upon City of Maiakoff, and a fee lawful for any individual, per- SIGNED AND APPROVED Published AND REPEALING ALL which balls are munipulated by shall be charged by the City of son or corporation to operate BY THE MAYOR, ATTESTED ~ Gilbert BoeelJ. IFubllsheF ~A~Mflhdo !~0oil, Idllt ' 5 IN CONFLICT THERE- a stick or cue and where th~ Malakoff, Texas, for said li- a place of business wh~re bill- BY THE CITY SECRETARY, ~ OR 1411112 ot M~ett, Teffi~ ~tnu ~ ~a e~ m~ C'treulsUen Iga4~ 1 year WITH AND DECLARING AN player thereon does not or is cense, which license shall be lards are played in conjunction THIS THE 2 DAY OF JULY, &II'H|I~I, "ll1}fJd$ ~,t~r~ t~ t~e ~o,t om~ In flenderson County $11.00, ~ otben In ~eza~J ~.00. OuJ~feto To~ $4L00 ;ENCY. not required to make a coin non-transferrable, with any other business, to in- 1968. IT ORDAINED BY THE deposit causing the table to SECTION 4. The City of Mal- clude, but not limited to gam- O. A. Phillips, Jr Mayor COUNCIL OF THE CITY operate, akoff shall levy a tax per year ing tables, and a place where ATrEST: MALAKOFF, TEXAS SECTION 1. It shall'be law- SECTION 3. Before any in- DEDICATED TO DIGNIFIED SERVICE To Honor the Memory of a Loved One: a Worthy Final Tribute All our efforts are directed toward making the funeral service a fitting expremion of the love and devotion that comes to the departed from all those nearest and dearest. Th6ughtfulness Above All per billiard table; said tax shall be due and payable each and every year. SECTION 5. It shall be un- lawful for any individual, part- nership, firm or corporation to operate or keep open a place of business where billiards are played between the hours of 12:01 A.M. and 8:30 AM. on every day of the week, with the exception of Sunday. It shall be unlawful for any in- dividual, partnership, fL-m or corporation to operate or keep open a place of business where billiards are played between the hours, of 12:01 A.M. Sun- day and 8:30 A.M. the follow- ing Monday. SECTION 6. It shall be un- lawful for any alcoholic bever- ages of any kind or character to be sold or consumed, or brought upon the premises where billiards are played within the corporate Fmits of the City of Malakoff, Texas. SECTION 7. It shall be un- lawful for any minor under the age of fifteen (15) years to en- ter, loiter or come into a bus- iness where billiards ~re play- ed within the corporvte limits of the City of Malakoff, Texas, without first having obtained the written consent and per- hot food is served within the corporate limits of the City of Malakoff, Texas. SECTION 10. A copy of this ordinance shall be displayed in a conspicious place in any place of business where bill- iards are played within the corporate limits of the City of Malakoff, Texas. SECTION 11. Whomsoever, individual, partnersh;,p, or cor- poration, having first obtained a license to operate a place of business in the City of Mala- koff, Texas, where billiards are played, violate, fail and-or re- fuse to comply with any of the prov6"-ions of this ordinance, shall forfeit his or their license to operate in the City of Mal- akoff, Texas, and said business shall be closed. SECTION 12. The fact that the general laws of the City of Malakoff, Texas, provides for the operation of Billiard tables under certain rules and regulations as provided by said laws within the corporate limits of the City of Malakoff, Texas, and the fact that no such place of business now ex- ists in the City of Malakoff, Texas, and the fact that people of the City of Malakoff, Texas desire such business to be op- J. E. Bien, City Secretary Picture Perfect We Use Only Top OualilT Parts Dnly the best available tubes and repair parts ~- into the TV sets wo ser- vice. Call us for guazan. teed TV repairs. Malakoff Radio And Elechdc Service 3 EORGE RIDDLESP~O~t lfUdson 9-N81 State Bank No. 1695 REPORT OF COND ION OF OF MALAKOFF IN THE STATE OF TEXAS T :tE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON JUNE 29, 1968 L, ASSETS balances with other banks, L/ d cash items in process of collection $ 332,335.41 gations of States and 5 572 59 L litical subdivisions : 27 of Federal agencies corporations 400,000.00 loans and discounts 1,561,585.76 premises, furniture and fixtures, other assets representing premises 50,600.00 "4NY M/Y$/lg Humble Products G M C Dealer ASSETS $2,620,093.76 LIABILITIES of individuals, and corporations $1,328,144.0q and savings deposits of individuals, ; tnerships, and corporations 899,125.89 ! l its of United States Government 2,877.50 [ ' Sits of States and litical subdivisions 151,436.54 I1 " 'f L DEPOSITS $2,381,584.00 .y. I t tal demand deposits 1,482,458.11 |i' al time and savings tleposits 899,125.89 iErVe for interest paid on savings 9,871.97 LIABILITIES $2,391,455.97 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS stock -- total par value 75,000.00 shares authorized 3,750 shares outstanding 3,750 profits for contingencies and capital reserves 75,000.00 19,395.28 59,242.51 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $ 228,637.79 LIABILITIES AND ACCOUNTS i MEMORANDA ge of total deposits for the 15 days ending with call date of'total loans for the 15 | " rtdar days ending with call date $2,620,093.76 2,375,473.03 1,552,266.02 O. Green, of the above-named bank, do solemn- that this report of condition is true and car- the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct--Attest: W. O. Green Directors: Leroy Kirby Carney Kirby O. A. Phillips, Sr. tate of Texas, County of Henderson, ss: to and subscribed before me this 11, day of and I hereby certify that I am not an officer of this bank. commission expires June 1, 1969 Raymond Reese, Notary Public ! 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