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IZA--The Malakeff News, Thursday, April Zg, 1983 ~' CROWNS (porclmetal) ....... $ 198 3 or more, each .......... $ 180 3-unit Bridge(P/M) ........ $ 540 Crown ALL teeth ......... $.5500 (Gold available at extra cost) ROOT CANAL 1 canal ...... $ 80 2 canals .................. $ 120 3 canals .................. $ 150 ORTHODONTICS $200 down and $50 per month (retainer $75) DENTAL INSURANCE: Pay Your Part and We Bill the Insurance For You. Financing Available Upon Credit Approval! 10% DISCOUNT CALL US NOW! WRITTEN ESTIMATE FOR SENIOR CITIZENS 675-5 1 0 1 Honored for 60 Days QUALITY CARE AT SPECIAL PRICES UNTIL 4/30/83 PARTIAL DENTURE Acrylic ........ $ 190 Cast-Frame .... $ 280 Precision ...... $1200 FULL DENTURES Economy ...... $ 325 CUstom ....... $ Deluxe ........ $ 720 BATTLES FAMILY DENTAL CENTER DDS ,'^=o. From the Hosplto[" 31 0 L nsey Ln Athens (Behind Royall Chevrolet) Wrecker Service Available Help with Insurance Claims Complete Line of Body Shop Repairs Auto Glass Installed Side Mldgs Owner, D.R. Justice PARTICIPANTS In the Cystic Fibrosis Bike-a-Thon held last Saturday stopped Just long enough for a picture and to catch their breath. Riders Included Karen Ritchie, James Flanagan, Klm Crawford, Stephen Crawford, David Echols, Brandon Clark, Weldon ClonInger, Danny Loden, Nlckelaus Dawson, Brian Jones and Ronny Ricks. Also pictured is Chairperson for the event Ken Jones. (Staff photo by Lori Callaway) etorm and store doors replacememt windows sbutterv~ trim Box 232, Athens, Texas Ph, (214) 675-4161 gntte~ & downspouts 76761 Malakoff School Menu May 2 - May 6 Monday: Barbecue on buns, potato salad, pinto beans, applesauce. Tuesday: Baked chicken, buttered rice, green beans, batter bread, peach slices. Wednesday: Beef chalupas, grated cheese, tossed salad, buttered corn, cookies. Thursday: Cheese burgers, lettuce, tomatoes, pickle slices, french fries, catsup. Friday: In Service. Snack Bar Items Sold At Jr. Hi. and High School annual rate Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. 3 annual rate Year Savings Certificate $100 nmimum. aDDual Fa{L' Year Savings Certificate $100 minimum. IASSOCIATION OI ATHENS 600 Sodh Palestine, Athens - 675-2223 301 S. 3hlrd, Mabank. 887.4521 219 N. Terry, Malakoff. 489.0991 a division of SAVINGS a LOAN ASSOCIATION Memb FSLIC A sub.,,iantial interest penalty is requiJed for early withdrawal of certificates. 'Local brings in for CF drive The Cystic Fibrosis held last Saturday, April money raised in pledg $520. The individual who most money was Brandon raised $201.30. He was gift certificate from the Queen. The individual who rode miles was Weldon 30 miles. Those who assisted Jones were Jane Jones, Theodore Rice and Debra Jones expressed his a the Food Fare for providing the participants and also Queen for donating the certificate. Participants included Karenl James Flanagan, Kim Stephen Crawford, Davi Brandon Clark, Weldon Danny Loden, Nickelaus Brian Jones and Ronny Ricks. available to Ken Monroe, chief Henderson County has announced the eight-page pamphlet which district residents save on taxes. According to Monroe, Rights, Remedies, explains how the property operates in Texas ana possible tax savings property owners. The pamphlet is published State Property Tax Board provisions of the Texas Code. The information in "t applies to property taxes all types of local government, counties, cities and The pamphlet explains in residence homestead fered by various said, including the exemption and what it takes for and receive them. For example, all school district are general residence tion. Also, certain disabled and those aged 65 or for an additional $10,000 from the value of t "A taxpayer who was 65 Jan. 1 of this year is also tax freeze or ceiling on the school district on yard," Monroe added. ,'This established when a the over-65 school tion." The chief appraiser though, that homeowners the elderly exemption and from the school district last not apply again this year who became 65 during who have never been exemption and freeze must 1983. Homeowners may a $3,000 general for county tax purposes. tion is granted on the tax levied for farm-to-ms and flood control. Monroe noted that now unit may adopt a general homestead 'exemption. Texas votei's as a amendment in 1981 this be granted for any percent off the a residence homesteads. School boards, city county commissioners flcial action for this careful review of the needs and taxable propertY. Additional exemptions upon application to and in certain jurisdictionS, disabled citizens or those older, Owners of agricultural was taxed for 1982 on its value under l-d-I do not have to However, May 2 for land to be under 1-d agricultural-use and by landowners who previously received either productivity valuation. "More complete special land valuation and exemptions is appraisal d/strict in the pamphlet," He said that the phlet also contains .the appraisal review which serves to values in the district. pamphlet outlines the steps: a protest to to prepare Sprinkler Installation Athens Nursery now the services of MIKE REAVES Texas State licensed Repair Work Done Free Estimates call 675-2200 Athem Nume & 213W. Cayuga