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The Clarendon Press, January 25, Page 6 Legal Notice NOTICE OF INTENTION TO INTRODUCE A BILL IN THE LEGISLATLrRE THE STATE OF TEXAS: COUNTIES OF CHILDRESS, DONLEY, FOARD, HARDEMAN AND HALL: NOTICE is hereby given that the undersigned intend to request the introduction of a bill in the Sixty-third Legisla- ture, Regular Session, of the State of Texas, the general purpose, nature and substance of which is as follows: Such bill will provide that Greenbelt Municipal and Indus- trial Water Authority shall comprise all of the territory contained within the Cities of Childress, Clarendon, Hedley, Quanah and Crowell on the ef- II fective date of said bill. Said bill will have the effect of deleting the City of Memphis from the Authority and adding all territory annexed to the included Cities since their ini- tial inclusion in the Authority. Said bill will also provide methods for the annexation of territory to the Authority, au- thorize the Authority to own and operate retail water dis- tribution systems and to acquire all types of property within and without the boundaries of the Authority and authorize the Authority to employ and con- stitute its own law enforcement officers with power to make arrests when necessary. Such bill will also provide that the Authority may issue its bonds to mature within fifty years from the date of any install- I CUSTOM SLAUGHTERING AND PROCESSING Menday Thru Friday II I I Country Ham Bacon & Sausage I I Grain Fed Beef Ho. Fronl Quarter Hind Quarter II I II II HOMEN MEAT COMPANY PHONE 8'/4-2154 CLARENDON, TEXAS ] ment or issue of bonds, and that such bonds may be sold at a price and under terms deter- mined by the Board of Direc- tors to be the most advanta- geous reasonably obtainable. The above enumeration of provisions to be contained in such bill is not intended to be exclusive, but only to express the general purpose, nature and substance thereof. This notice is given in ac- cordance with the requirements of paragraph (d), Section 59 of Article XVI of the Texas Con- stitution. Greenbelt Municipal and Industrial Water Authority James L. Kuhn General Manager Legal Notice Sealed proposal s for construc- ting 24.010 miles of Asphalt Concrete Pavement from Arm- strong County Line to Hedley on Highway No. US 287, cover- ed by C42-6-33 & C 42-7-32 in Donley County, will be re- ceived at the Highway Depart- mentj Austin, until 9:00 A.M., January 24, 1973, and then pub- licly opened and read. Plans and specifications in- cluding minimum wage ratesas provided by Law are available at the office of Everett H. Mon- roe, Resident Engineer, Clar- endon, Texas, and Texas High- way Department, Austin. Usual rights reserved. Legal Notice The Commissioners' Court in and for Donley County, Texas, will receive bids for depository for county and school trust funds on February 12, 1973, for the years 1973 and 1974. The bids will be considered at 1:00 O'clock p.m., in the of- rice of the County Judge. DONLEY COUNTY HOSPITAL COMPARATIVE BALANCE JUNE 30, 1970 AND JUNE DISTRICT SHEETS 30, 1972 Legal Notice CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION Sealed proposals for con- structing 45.520 miles of Seal Coat. From FM 145, South From FM 268 to US 287 From US 63 to FM 2530 From FM 3181 to NCL of Chlldress From FM 1.0 Mile W. of FM 1547 to 5.0 Miles S. of Wheel- er County Line From Gray County Line to Colllngsworth County Line CONTRACTORS' NOTICE OF TEXAS HIGHWAY CONSTR UCTION Sealed proposals for con- structing 24.010 miles of As- phalt Concrete Pavement from Armstrong County Line to Hed- ley on ,Highway No. US 287, From Munday To Haskell will be received at the High- County Line From FM 2534 to FM 1043 From FM 684 in Roaring Springs to St. 70 From FM I046 to St. 152 From FM 48 to US 83 From FM I046 to St. 152 On Highway Nos. FM 284, FM 2530; FM 3181 FM 401 FM 3070, FM 3143, FM 1587, FM 3202, FM 3203, FM 48, FM 1946, FM 3182, covered by C 2531-I-5, C 2545-I-4, C 3258- 1-2, C 3259-I-3, C 79%-9, C 797-6-2, C 1512-1-7 C 3295-1-2, C 2425-3-3, C 489-I-12, C 1235- I-6, C 3Z60-2-2 in Briscoe, Childress, Collingsworth, Don- ley, Knox, Motley and Wheeler Counties, will be received at the Highway Department, Aus- tin, until 9:00 A.M., January 24, 1973, and then publicly opened and read. Plans and specifications in- cluding minimum wage rates as provided by Law are available at the office of Vance L. Cas- tleberry, Resident Engineer, Childress Texas, and Texas Highway Department, Austin. Usual rights reserved. Want Ads Legal Notice The Board of Directors, Don- ley County Hospital District, will receive bids for deposi- tory for Hospital District funds on January 29.1973 for the years 1973 and 1974. The bids will be considered at 2:00 o'clock p.m. in the of- lice of the Administrator. LAND ANDHOUSES for sale. Listings wanted. Oneta San- ders Real Estate, 820 South Allen 874-2533. coverdd:,.b" C 42-6-33  ,THANK YOU to all the vol- C 42-7-2 in Donley County, -' unteers, passers-by and Vol- unteer Fire Department of Clarendon for helping to put out the blaze in my pasture. Ed Sawyer way Department, Austin, until 9:00 a.m., January 24, 1973, and then publicly opened and read. Plans and specifications in- cluding minimum wage rates as provided by Law are available at the office of Everett H. Mon- roe, Resident Engineer, Clar- endon , Texas and Texas High- way Department, Austin. Usual rights reserved. WIN PRIZES as you buy au- tomotive parts. Free chance with each $I0 or more pur- chase. For ALL your auto- motive needs, see HEN- i SON'S in Clarendon. Grass fires plag JUNE 30, 1970 Cash on hand Bank overdraft Several grass fires were re- ported to the Clarendon Fire Department during the past week. A grass fire broke loose on the Ed Sawyer ranch Tuesday about noon. Firemen fought the blaze for about an hour before bringing it under control. A fairly large area was burned around Sawyer's feedlot. A fire was reported at the Paymaster Gin last Thursday. up in a tower loaded into trucks extinguished the Another fire about 5 miles on Thursday. And was reported on way at the Club. It was fore firemen Ray Appliance Service GENERAL ELECTRIC FRANCHISE HEATING AND AIR WE SERVICE ALL MAKES OF AIR ( FREEZER AND SERVICE & REPAIRS D. P. RAY, OWNER CLARENDON, TEXAS DONLEY COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT CASH ACCOUNTING JULY i, 1970 THRU JUNE 30, 1972 Net Cash Deficit June 30, 1970 CASH PROVIDED BY: Sale of Municipal Bonds Premium on Bonds Collections of Accounts Adair Hospital Medicare & Medicaid Payments Tax Revenues Interest Earned on Funds on Deposit Nursing Home Patients Donated Funds $ 100.12 192.73 $ $ 590,000.00 4,508.94 18,415.46 22, 501.00 131,442.32 15,332.37 402.80 4,245.00 Total Cash Provided 786 CURRENT ASSETS: 1 , '.ash on hand and in Banks lnts Receivable Patients Due from Medicare & Medicaid Prepaid Expense Inventory of Supplies Taxes Receivable (Billed) Interest Receivable on Certificate of Deposit Total **CURRENT LIABILITIES: Bank Overdraft Accounts Payable Payroll Taxes & Other Accruals Current Financing Medicare Accrued Interest on Bonds Total OPERATING CAPITAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES (Net of Depreciation) ***Adair Hospital Donley County Medical Center June 30 * 1970 1972 $ 100. 12 $ 38, 154.47 21, 173.49 43.00 30, 985. 18 667.04 500.00 955 2O 9,323.05 1,219. 14 741. 13 $ 5% 758 79 lO3.O3.. $ 192.73 3,059.63 4, 075.92 5,079.00 $ 12 , 407.28 $ $ 40, 351.51 $ -0- 19,450.62 1,246.55 -0- 15,750. 18 36,447.35 14, 655.68 25, 177.49 6,000.00 641,877.74 TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE CASH APPLIED TO: PAYMENT OF OBLIGATION ADAIR HOSPITAL: Accounts Payable Payroll Taxes $ 3, O59.63 4, 075.92 $ PHYSICAL PROPERTIES DONLEY COUNTY MEDICAL CENTER Purchase of Land Construction of Building Purchase of Equipment Purchase of Automobile Option on Land Forfeited Inventory of Supplies Tax Collection Fees Paid Indigent Care Interest on Bonds Service Fee on Bonds Expense s of Ope rations- Schedule Attached $ 7,545.00 539,875.12 99,552.67 3,250.00 Total Cash Applied 7, 135.55 650,222.79 100.00 9,323.05 3,600.00 6,068.18 36,265.00 7,613.50 28,272.74 786, 748 TOTAL OPERATING CAPITAL AND PHYSICAL PROPERTIES $ 65,529.00 $662,533.42 CASH ON HAND AND IN BANKS JUNE 30, 1972 Bonds Payable 590, 000.0 0 FUND BALANCE $ 65,529.00 $ 72,533.42 DONLEY COUNTY HOSPITAL DISTRICT CASH ACCOUNTING--EXPENSES OF OPERATIONS JULY 1, 1970 THRU JUNE 30, 1972 * NOTE 1: ** NOTE 2: *** NOTE 3: Leatherwood and Ward Certified Public Accountants, Fort Worth, Texas, prepared unaudited Statements for Adair Hospital at June 30, 1970. The assets and liabilities herein are those reflected in these Statements. Senate Bill No. 525, State of Texas, created Donley County Hospital District on June 12, 1969 and stipulated that assets and ob!iga!ions of any provider of hospital care for needy persons owned by Donley County or by any city or town in Donley County shall vest in the Hospital District. There is litigation pending in Disti'ict Court wherein Dr. George W. Smith alleged that he is entitled to no less than $250,000 damages resulting from non fulfillment of a certain contract dated October, 1956 and renewal October, 1966 naming him Superintendant of the Hospital and Administrator and Manager of the Hospital or Hospital District. There is litigation pending in the District Court to determine whether in fact the Hospital District is Legal Owner of the property previously owned by the City of Clarendon and Donley County known as Adair Hospital. The complaint No. 3521 also stipulates that taxes (no amount specified) were wrongfully paid to Dr. George W. Smith and are owed to Citizens of Donley County and the Hospital District. Depreciation has been recorded on the books of accounts to adjust the value of the property to the high bid received as sealed bid (solicited) on July 7, 1971. Utilities Telephone Legal and Accounting Expenses of Adair Hospital Insurance and Bonds Office and Other Expenses Cash Short Salaries and Payroll Taxes Building Maintenance Supplies and Expenses for Patient Care Expenses in Search of Doctor 7-1-70 1-1-72 THRU THRU 12-31-71 6-30-72 $ 2, 134.72 $ 2, 169.34 742.39 1,653.88 6, 105.94 3,361.21 219.64 1, 117. 15 1,456.85 1,355.64 2,725. 12 60.00 17,397.60 2,154.79 1,027.81 441.28 Total Less: Accounts Payable June 30, 1972 * Total Cash Expenditures for Operations * NOTE I: $ The Accounts Payable Shown on the Balance Sheet June 30, 1972 ($19,450.62) Includes $3,600.00 Fcc for Tax Collection Due at That Date. 17, 2, 1! 1, 15