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e The Malakoff News, Thursday, April 28, 1983--11A la veteran with a service-con- The exemption may also be applied to the application deadline is May 2~ On Veterans' Admlnistr/Klon or by a or a surviving spouse any one piece of property which the the application, the individual must branch of the armed services. of a deceased disabled applicant designates, such as a home, designate the single piece of property Depending on the applicant, proof of )f a person who was killed taxable personal property or any other which will receive the exemption, marriage, death or age may also be r? property owned on Jan. 1. The applicant may be required to required. fits any one or more of Monroe empbasizedthatapplications present documents which state the To obtain an application for the may be eligible for a must be filed or a renewal signed each percentage of service-connected disabled veterans' and survivors' exemption which can year with the chief appraiser; this year disability which are provided by the exemption or more information about $1,500 to $3,000 or more, to Ken Monroe, chief ap- 1 :i~~i be filed by the appraisal office," "for anyone to receive the I for this tax year." noted that the permits the to provide a property tax on property owned by a spouse or of a deceased disabled by Monroe as eligible to exemption are: i) a Veteran; 2) a surviving spouse veteran, as long unmarried; 3) a minor child of a deceased if the veteran's survive the veteran and is both under 18 and un- 4) a surviving spouse of a was killed while on active the is remarried orS) a n~nor child of a who if there spouse and the child is unmarried. said that qualifications for Pare explained further in roperty Tax Code and in published by the State can also provide information qualify, a person must be The amount of the said, is based on the of the veteran's disability. may be entitled to an t ranging from $1,500 to $3,000 I value of any property I of the tax year. NOT ALL PLAY--Area students wllo participated in the Henderson County Livestock Show last week Imnd out that a lot of work goes into preparations for Judging and the Saturday sale, Pictured above is Chuck Wallace from Cross Roads. Students were rewarded for their hard work with ribbons for winners and top dollar at the sale. (Staff photo by Am Rounsavall) A.E. HORNBUCKLE services for Oliver 75 and his son, Alfread 34, both of Trinidad, 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Church in Trinidad G.B. Berry and Rev. Elvls Burial followed in the under direction of of Malakoff. was retired from the at Lakeland died Sunday in Memorial Hospital died Saturday in Navarro Hospital following a survivors include his wife, Hornbuckle of Trinidad; Celestine Hornbuckle of Jessie Mae of Fort Worth, Louise of Tyler and Lola Horn- Athens; two sons, Oliver Jr. and Charles Ray both of Fort Worth; 19 and 10 great- survivors include his Belle Hornbuckle of sisters, Celestine Horn- Catherine Cox and both of Fort Worth, of Tyler and Lola of Athens; and two Hornbuckle, Jr. and both of Fort WILLARD QUINN services were held Saturday, Paschal Funeral Home for Charie Willard lye car seat child's bargain who feel they cannot afford cost of a new child safety be tempted to search the l want ads looking for a safety seat that is ~no bargain," says Dr. Mary a health education With the Texas Agricultural Service, Texas A&M Univer- a label stating that the or exceeds all federal says Shirer. A torn padding can be repaired ordered from the But twisted, bent, or nd seat bars mean says Shirer. Mr. Quinn passed away Thursday, April 21, at his home in Trinidad. The Rev. Floyd Loven officiated at the service and burial followed in Mankin Cemetery. Mr. Quinn was born April 15, 1897 in Henderson County. He lived most of his life in Trinidad. He was a retired far- mer, rancher and peace officer. Survivors include two sons, C. W. Quinn, Jr. of Warner-Robbins, Georgia and W. F. Quinn of Navasota; one brother, B. Q. Quinn of San Antonio; four grandchildren, 12 great- grandchildren and two nieces. Paschal Funeral Home of Malakoff was in charge of arrangements. RUTH FINLEY Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Finley, 67, of Trinidad were held at 11 a.m. Friday in the First United Methodist Church of Trinidad with the Rev. Tim Edwards officiating. Burial was in Trinidad Cemetery un- der the direction of Carroll-Lehr Funeral Home of Athens. Mrs. Finley died Wednesday in her home after a sudden illness. She was born Aug. 2, 1915, in Ado, Oika., and lived in Trinidad for 23 years. She was a member of the Por- celain Art Club of East Texas and foun- der and past president of the Trinidad chapter. She was a member of Log Cabin Swingers Square Dance Club and a member of the Good Sam Travel Trailer Club. She was also a member of the Cedar Creek Lake United Methodist Church. Survivors include her husband, J. M. Finley of Trinidad; one son, James M. Fihiey, Jr., of Dallas; one daughter, Mrs. Margaret Ann Green of Trinidad; two brothers, Cecil Earl Yates of Trinidad and B. F. Yates of Ir- ving; and a grandson, Stephen Blake Burkhalter of Trinidad. GRACE LAMBERT Funeral services for Grace Louise (Hargrove) Lambert, 65, of Athens, were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Fellowship Baptist Church with the Revs. C. O. Jackson and Jim Everidge officiating. Burial followed in Athens City Cemetery with Foster and Brown Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Lambert died April 21, 1983, af- ter a brief illness. She was born April 12, 1918 in Ander- son County and lived the past 50 years in Athens. She was formerly a resident of Roanoke. She was a charter member of the Fellowship Baptist Church and worked for Henderson County as secretary in the sheriff's office and for .... $1.18 lb. Fore Qtr .... $1.08 lb. Qtr .... $1.48 lb. Beef Loins.. $1.68 Cut & wrapped to your Spece'fication { t No Extra Charge Phone 489.1089 Hwy. 90 Caney City Open 7 7 a.m. to mi a justice of the peace. Worth, Mrs. PauLne May of Trinidad, Survivors include her husband, J.A. Mrs. Inez Barfied of Garland, Mrs. (Garvice) Lambert; a son, Jimmy Marie Richardsm of Athens, Mrs. Lambert of Lubbock; two daughtersJanice Williams ~f Athens and Mrs. and their husbands, Maxine and Danny Luella Burnett )f Mesquite; three Welch of Seagoville and Susan and Nick grandchildren; aM several nieces and Howard of Waco; her mother, Mrs. nephews. Fannie Mae Williams of Athens; a Pallbearers w~.re nephews Alvin brother, Leman Hargrove of Athens; a May, James Burnett, Jay BurneR, Alan half brother, H. L. Williams of Athens; Richardson, Vegb Williams and Mike six sisters, Mrs. Christine Cason of Fort Williams. i, t This policy has been given to uch sludent to take lome for his/her parent's signature. If your child has not brought this hoAe, please cut this article out and return the bottom portion to your child'! principal. It you have any questions please contact your campus principal Elementary, 489- 0313; Junior High, 4890264; High School, 489-1157. STUDENT CONDUCT: ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE USE, POSSESSION, OR TRANSMISSION FORBIDDEn. No student shall knowingly possess, use, transmit, or be under the infiueCe of any narcotic drug, hallucinogenic, amphetamine, barbiturate, marijuana, alcoholic beverage, or other intoxicant (as those terms are defined IF law) : 1. On school grounds during any school term. 2. Off school grounds at a school activity, function, or evmt. EXCEPTION. A student who uses a drug authoris~d by a licensed physician through a prescription specifically for that stu~nt's use shall not be considered to have violated this rule. VIOLATION. Students who violate this shall be subjectM minimum man- datory assessment; Grades K-6, 10 day suspension with probationary ad- mission and required drug counseling of not less than 10 hears for the student and student must be accompanied by their parent or gtm'dian; Grade 7-12, automatic term suspension. The appropriate appeal plocedure shall be allowed for the establishment of guilt, however, the as~umd punishment shall be mandatory, if the decision of guilt is upheld. : CRIMINAL VIOLATION. The possession of any intoxiclting beverage for consumption, sale, or distribution while on the grounds ,r in a building of any school in the District or while entering or inside any ~closure, field, or stadium where an athletic event sponsored or participatCl in by a school in the District is being held constitutes a Class C misdemenor. The District shall cooperate with proper law enforcement authorities ~ see that this law is enforced. Education Code 4.22. Cut H ..... d Return Bottom portion This will a,knowlodg, that both .tudent and p .... t/gu.rdl.n hey. ,.d unde,,t. l th. ah .... ,/opt,/poli,y on alcoholand drug .... Student's Signature/Grade Date . . :, Parent/Gnardian Signature ADOPTED BY THE MALAKOFF I.S.D. BOARD OF TRUSi~ April 19, 19~I t t tl Htt | Be the " Ralph and Gary Reaves, owners 734 W. Roysll Blvd. 489-1521 Mslakoff specific qualifications, Monroe urges office at 101 E. Corsicana or call 214- taxpayers to contact the appraisal 675.9296. idaire []Frigidaire BFrigidaire BFrigidaire [] not included Phillips Hardware & Appliance Ma/akoff 489d529 Mon.-Sat, 8:30-5:30 [] Frigidaire BF'dgidaire BFrigidaire BFrigidaire [] by George Green WE HAVE A SURPRISE FOR YOU If you think the home you've always wanted is beyond your means, we have a big surprise for you. The manufactured home. These affordable homes offer a variety of floor plans, each with all the features you'd expect to pay much more for. Manufactured homes are both beautiful and functional; truly America's finest home value. Throughout these luxurious homes you'll find the highest-quality materials available; abundant storage and wardrobes; room-by-room planning, and your choice of beauti- ful decors. Hwy. 175W. Athens, Texas 675-5648 Bay Bring You TAX RELIEF on Your Properly Taxes Under the Texas Property Tax Code, farmers and ranchers who qualify may have their agricultural land taxed on the basis of productivity rather than market value. Productivity valuation may lower the 1983 taxes on your agricultural or open-space land. If you have never received open-space (1-d-1) valuation on your land, or if your land has been receiving agricultural (l-d) valuation, you must make application to the appraisal district office by May 2, 1983, to be entitled to tax relief this year. If your land received open-space (1-d-l) valuation in 1982, there will be no requirement for you to reapply for 1983 in this appraisal district. Remember, however, that annual applications are required for agricultural (l-d) valuation. For additional information, contact the appraisal district office at the address shown below. I HENDERSON COUNTY APPRAISAL DISTRICT I 101 E. Corsicana Athens, Texas 75751 , ,. (214)675-9296 State Property Tax Board BOX 15900, A,,-ttn 78761 CONCERNED ABOUT THE RISING COST OF AUTO Allstate Insurance Company, Northbrook, Illinois * Subject to qua ificatlons ana coverage requirements. Not available in certain areas. 226 E. Royall Blvd. Malakoff