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10A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 21, 1953 i Malakoff Future Farmers of the annual Rodeo, set this year for May l~erica are once again preparing for 13 and 14. FEE1) * SEED * SU PPI,IES KENNETlt LEWIS OWNER CALL COLLECT 214/396-2881 or WEST IIWY. 31, KERENS 396-2282 The 5:30 p.m. parade Friday after- noon will step off the 35th annual FFA Rodeo to be held in Malakoff. Performances will be held both Friday and Saturday night at 8 p.m. with participation from 20 schools in the Henderson County area expected. Events will include bull riding, bareback brones, wild steer saddling and barrel racing, according to FFA presidsent Michael Gregory. Belt buckles will be ;)resented for fir- Tire Compare our prices and save Monday- Saturday Bud Ires *Tune.UpseLube Large *Air Conditioner Service Selection *Front & Rear Brakes*Install Shocks of *Oil & Filter Service*Transmission Service Used Tires Pho. 489-1531 Hw Charles Stevens Complete Une of New Tires i iii WINNER m m At II a a II in S a nt Smart Time Dusters Reg. Price '18."-'242 Lingerie by rraine Reg. *10.". *45." C&R, Mr. Jack, Tribute, Carefree Fashions, Candi and Nancy Frock Reg. $1675- s79.95 Regular Price ,6.'5. s23.' st, second and third l laces to the top cowboys and cowgirls in each event. A senior will be chosen by the highest point average for the Kenneth Spivey Memorial Award, a $50 Savings Bond. Malakoff Lions Club members will be on hand to provide refreshments. One injured at intersection accident here A car-motorcycle accident at the in- tersection of Hwy. 31 and Hwy. 90 in Malakoff last Wednesday resulted in in- juries to Marianne Smalling, 22, of Trinidad. The accident occured at 3:40 p.m., a~cording to Malakoff Police Chief Don McCord. Velma Wyatt Welborn, 80, of Malakoff was driving eastbound on Hwy. 31 and attempting a north turn on Hwy, 20, At the same time, traveling westbound in the outside lane of Hwy. 31, Miss Smalling came into the inter- section on a 1961 motorcycle. McCord said that heavy traffic at the intersection prevented Mrs. Welborn from seeing Miss Smalllng. Miss Smalling was transported to Lakeland Medical Center by East Texas EMS ambulance. A request for a left turn signal at the intersection by the city and the police department was recently turned down by the State Highway Department. Assisting at the scene were Assistant Chief Mike Echols and Caney City Chief B. J. Wright. Patrol checks county wrecks The Texas Highway Patrol in- vestigated 31 rural traffic accidents in Henderson County during March, 1983, according to Sergeant Scott, supervisor for this Highway Patrol Sergeant Area. These accidents resulted in two deaths and 17 injuries. The total rural traffic accidents for Henderson County for this year is 87, which have resulted in five deaths and 51 injuries. The 22 counties which comprise Highway Patrol District 6A have had a total of 1337 rural traffic accidents this year which have resulted in 33 deaths and 794 injuries. This compares to 1423 accidents, 28 deaths, and 781 injuries reported during this same period last year. Cross Roads sets kindergarten Cross Roads Elementary School will have kindergarten pre-registration Tuesday, April lgth, from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. They will eat lunch at 11:20 at the price of 85. Anyone unable to attend that day is asked to call on or before April 19th to enroll the child. The number to call is 489-1275. When pre-registering the child, parents will need to supply the child's birth certificate and immunization record. The first to circumnavigate the globe in one trip was not Magellan, who did it in two trips and was killed before com- pleting the second, but Sir Francis Drake. The arena is located two and one half Admission charges will be $! for miles south of Malakoff on Highway 90. children and $2 for adults. Western straw hats. boys $4.95 ............. mens $7.95 i Ladies prden hats $2.29 ........ Dress hats $2.98 & $3.911 Boys white & colored dress shirts $5.95 ..... Westerns $9.95 Polyester, terry & knit tops for women ......... $5.95 & u ll Misses tennis $4.98 & $9.95 ...... Rope soled slides $6.9[}ii S&H Stamps Malakoff Lay-awa Saturday, April 23 invades 3% miles west of Seven Points Bill Holeveas, Seattle, Wash. See it at 7 Points Gibson's this Thursday and Friday. 10,000 HP Engine - Westinghouse J-34 with F8 18A modifications with an afterburner. 6100 pounds of thrust Shoots flames out the rear of car. Takes off like a jet. 265 mph in V4 mile. GATES OPEN AT 4 P.M. { I,i el =" May Bring You TAX l on Your Property Taxes Under the Texas Property Tax Code, farmers ; ranchers who qualify may have their agricultural l~JJ taxed on the basis of productivity rather than market val_",] ] t, Productivity valuation may lower the 1983 taxes on Yo~ ] agricultural or open-space land. J[ If you have never received open-space (1-d-l) valu atio,~;4| your land, or if your land has been receiving agricul~"~4| (l-d) valuation, you must make ,application to ~'~| appraisal district office by May 2, 1983, to be entitled to ~| relief this year. ..~[| If your land received open-space (1-d-l) valuation in 1~| there will be no requirement for you to reapply for 19~.,]| this appraisal district. Remember, however, that ar~;I[ f,L applications are required for agricultural (l-d)valua..t~,~] For additional information, contact the appraisal dlS~':ii "~ office at the address shown below. --"~,~i] HENDERSON COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT |1 101 E. Corsicana |J Athens, Texas 75751 II (214) 675-9296 .- ii State Property Tax Board ' L~'~ Box 15900, Austin 78761 1979 Monza (st. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, $1,995.00 1981 CJ7 .... $6,300.00 1978 Buick LeSabre (st. 3754A) .... . ........... $3,600.00 1979 Capri (st. ]5o) ......... . ...... . ....... $2,995.0o 1979 Cherokee (st. 162) ...... sold. ........... $5,695.00 1979 CJ7 (st. ....................... $5,695.00 1979 C10 (st. 3 85A) ...................... . $4,350.00 1979 Ford Ranger (st. 3788A) .... . ............ $3,500.0o 1980 Camaro (st. .... ....... .......... . $5,995.00 1981 Cab and Chasis (st. 169) ...... , ....... $6,595.00 1981 Chevette (st. 135).. .......... . ..... $3,995.0o 1981 Buick Regal (like new) ............ ,.. $6,995.0o 1982 Chevette (like new. st. ..... ....... $5,995.00 sk .! [) Financing our New Car,, RI] ~ .El" Athens Phone Hwy. 31 Malakoff Phone 675.9002 Malakoff 489-0529