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i Opposes Appeasement County At- Bill Green and Dis- Elect for the Third District in a speech the Disabled Veterans in told the crowd that we must realize and aDDease- New Holland Ballers and Service J.k Penny Implement Co. Phone 874-3601 Corsicana, Texas ment can only mean weak- ness, that to preserve our hard won freedoms we must fight new battles here at home-- in the courthouse-- the statehouse and the Con- gress to determine our rende- vous with destiny as a people and a nation to lead the free world. Green labeled President Ford&apos;s Amnesty program for draft dodgers and deserters an American tragedy which has lowered the morale of the American people. The quest of Americanism requires eternal vigilance and as we celebrate 1976 let's re-dedi- cate ourselves to a new era of nationalism. homes on water large shaded lots, fully )ed, all electric. From S3/,$OOto 140,040. - 2 or 3 bdr., 2 baths, multi-lots, garage - ports patios. S23,750to $311,51)0 'Water with charm - 2or3 bdr., 1 or 2 baths, some multi- 2 unfinished. Select from $10,50ato $22,H0 mes on beautiful lots. 2-3 bdr., 1-2 baths, CH-A, wiffl fence-garage-gardens $9,OOOto $16,5N Need Listings in Lake Area REAL ES' Located: Village Rancho- Tool Office - Res. 432.3072 June Johnson, Assoc. 432-3952 FARMERS & RANCHERS SUPPLY FEED-SEED-FERTILIZER Call Collect 214-396-2881 or 396-2282 CUSTOM FERTILIZER SPREkDING Lewi West Hwy. 31 Kerens, Texas SPIRITUAL RENEWAL of '76 8 p.m. June 25, 26, 27 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Vernon st. OF MABANK Service 9:00 a.m. Information: School 10:00 a.m. Lela Hall Bible Study 7:00 p.m. 887-8891 NOW OPEN Gifts .t th, Village Rancho n's Gift Open 8 a.m. - 7p.m. Daily Except Wednesday Art , Apparel tunior & Misses Casual Tops , Shoes Ladies Sandals & Tennis Ortgtnal O|l Palntin European & American 74, Tool 432-3072 Will White Rd. and Old Indian Trail Henderson Tax Base To Increase By Tom Herline Nearly $3 million in additional personal and real estate property values are anticipated by Henderson County Commissioners Court next year. The figures were revealed during a special meeting of the court with Pritchard and Abbott officials Monday as the county prepared to do battle with utilities, rail- roads, oil and gas and industrial property owners Wednesday (yesterday) morning. James Crook, James Hol- land and Gerald McNeill of Pritchard and Abbott, the firm which advises the coun- ty on valuations of industrial and utilities properties, said they antici- pated $500,000 additional real estate valuations and $400,000 more in personal property tax valuations from the utilities, railroads, oil and gas and industrial property owners in Hender- son County. Ronnie Sutton of the tax assessor-collector's office said a rough draft of antici- pated tax valuations for next year indicates from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000 in valuations for the balance of county real and personal property next year, despite a possible $300,000 lost because of exemptions for disabled veterans. The Pritchard and Albott representatives said they did not know what will be done in the future concerning lignite coal deposits, but they indicated the matter would probably not be con- sidered until actual mining operations begin. The commissioners were to meet at 10 a.m. Wednes- day with Pritehard and Abbott and the major industrial and utility firms. The commissioners also have a work session set for 9 a.m. Thursday to consider to discuss personnel and the cancellation of a plat for Twin Oaks Addition, a half mile north of Seven Points. The court had discussed the matter several months ago, but no action has yet been taken.. Ned Larue was to meet with Welch and deter- mine what should be done about the subdivision and report back to the court. The commissioners also approved a budget for the Henderson County Child Welfare Board for fiscal 1977, that estimates county expenditures of $13,651.84. The state would pay $22,630 of the budget. The report anticipates foster care for an average of 16 children during the coming year. Ralph Bass and Charles Shreve appeared before commissioners to ask clarifi- cation on a property line involving retirement of a road in Precinct 3 near Shelby Chapel. The cam- missioners had earlier voted to let property revert to the original owners, but each of the men had a different plat showing ownership of the road. Judge Reagan agreed to have the county's sur- veyor to check the property owner and asked the two men if they would abide by his finding. No action was taken. Commissioners accepted a bid by Tony Thomas for building 8,403 feet of barbed wire fence, including corner posts and gates at a cost of $3,711.60 along the right-of- way of Highway 3079. Larry Everett asked, and received, permission to offer a "613 scraper" for sale. Tarrant asked and received permission to advertise for a "track front end loader," used or new. The commissioners also voted to pay 15 volunteer fire departments $1,200 each as budgeted. The funds are to be taken from Revenue Sharing funds. The commissioners also June 17, 1976-NEWS-BANNER Search For Family Land Heritage Farms Continues With seven Henderson County families already registered in the Texas Family Land Heritage Pro- gram, the search continues for additional farms and ranches which caL lay claim to 100 years "er more of continuous, productive operation, Agiculture Com- missioner John C. White said today. May 1 marked the begin- ning of the third year of registration under the Land Heritage Program, which since its institution in 1974 has seen the recognition of almost 950 families for their dedication to Texas agricul- ture, Commissioner White explained. "Along with providing a special recognition of those Texas families who through the years have persevered on the the land, the Program also serves as a means of preserving the state's rich agricultural heritage," White said. As well as being recog- nized in the Texas Family Land Heritage Registry, published each year with a history of the farms and ranches, honorees in the Program also receive certifi- cates which are presented during special ceremonies at the State Fair in Dallas in October. Applications for the Pro- gram, the deadline for which is August 16, may be obtained from three sources-- the county judge's office, the county chairman of the Texas Historical Com- mission, or by writing the Family Land Heritage Pro- gram, Texas Department of Agricluture, P.O. Box 12847, Austin, Texas. 78711. 'Applicants must provide supporting documents of ownership of theland to the county judge for certifica- tion of their application before it is submitted to the Agruculture Department. Frances Lee's Kitchen 310 SW 2nd St. Kerens Open for Lunch 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Tues-- Thurs-- Sat Anyone under 65 must be accompanied by an older i person. Reservations Suggested 396-2650 Men's LEISURE SUITS By HAGGAR & LEVI Top Stiched In Deep Tones Or Pastels Shades Terry 9r Step Into The Season With Comfort Plus Slacks Of 100% Dacron Polyester Doubleknit. 1st Time Ever MEI Our SUITS FAMOUS s36s to s47 S p  MERIT % CURLEE !?:i   BRAND H.I.S. Values Slacks Navy & Dark Brow, _ Sizes 36 to 50 , to '18 - 1 ttJ] 99" to Sl2l ; NOW "T' I I I---- The total texture look in easy<ore : to perfection for comfort and good Men's looks. LEISURE SHIRTS Men's Colorful Pop Pleasers Ideal SPORT & DRESS Size S-M-L-XL For 15%or, Father's Day SHIRTS VAN HEUSEN & CAMPUS 9 98 NOW $8 48 upcoming budget, voted to help repair the In Solid During the commission- driveway to the Henderson $15 95 NOW '13" &Patterns ers' regular session Monday County Police Officers Asso-  5 9 to '1 morning, they heard Leslie clarion building on Lake mm .mR Welch of Dallas request the Athens. Illegal Trotlines Taken Up NES "Game wardens have taken more than 1,000 miles of illegal trotlines from Cen- tral lakes over a one-month period," says Henry Bur- kett, director of law enforce- ment for the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department, and the crackdown will continue. "The trotline tag require- ment was passed to keep one person from hogging a good fishing spot indefinitely, and also as a safety factor to permit the removal of aban- doned hooks and lines from the water," said Burkett. Game wardens are re- quired to destroy illegal, unclaimed fishing gear. "Trotlines not tagged / :i SLOPPY JOE with the owner's name, address and the date the line was set are illegal, and fishermen who have impro- perly tagged lines stand a good chance of losing their line or paying a fine," Burkett said. According to Burkett, a trotline may be tagged with a metal tag, plastic lettered strips or with the informa- tion printed on a plastic bottle. VAN HEUSEN NDE . CAMPUS Tee Shirts - Brief - Shorts Size S-M-L-XL PAJAMAS s5" ,o Sll Pkg. of3 $4 4s TO $5" GIVE Gold Toe DAD SOCKS 20% OFF bUST THROUGH Men's JIFFIES SCAMPS Te Cloth Vinyl & Leathers s6 to q3" A T] emendous Selection Of Recliners For Fath00,r's Day At Athens Furniture Id I very One Is Reduced. Also Club Chairs & Swivel Rockers i Herculon & Vinyl Reversible Sofa & Loveseat Two End Tables Chair & Ottoman 00798 Reg. 998 Plenty Free Parking "E-Z" Credit Terms Lay-Away 319 N. Terry -- FM 90 N, Malakoff -- (214) 41.0090 FURNITURE i STRATOLOUNGER STYLEHOME KROEHLER A. BRANDT RIVERSIDE Many iors & Fabrics Velvets, Herculon & Vinyl _select. the stle tlu00e L/