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8A---The Malakoff News, Thursday, Aug. 18, 1983 IIII I ] S III IIII I Dear Residents, We are planning a new apartment development for the residents of Malakoff and surrounding areas. The apartments will feature all modern conveniences: wall to wall carpeting, range, refrigerator, garbage disposal, ect... The grounds will be beautifully landscaped and the apartmen- ts will be professionally managed along with laundry facilities for your convenience. This assures you that your living environment will remain looking like a show-case for years to come! The complex will be located on a beautiful site within walking distance to shopping areas and local community facilities. The apartments will provide comfortable living at reasonable rental rates. If you are interested or would like to move into a BEAUTIFUL, PROFESSIONALLY MANAGED,. MODERN, APARTMENT DEVELOPMENT-please complete the attached form. Please mail this form| GRAND OPENING" to the above address or deliver to the City Office. (additional forms are available at the city office) We need this information as soon as possible to help us determine how many apartments to build. Also your names will serve as a waiting list, prior to completion you will be notified by personal in- vitation to our "GRAND OPENING". This will give you a sneak preview, and first opportunity to decide on the apartment of your choice. This information does not obligate you in any way and will be held in strict confidence. "SEE YOU AT THE Thank You Gary B. Leonard ]st Rural Housing Partnership mm m mm m mm m m mm m m m m mm mm mm mm mm m m mm m m mm m mm mm Rental Survey 1. What age group are you in? 62 or over ( ) 50-61 ( ) 35-49 ( ) Under 35 ( ) m m mmm m m mm m m m mm m m m mm mm 2. Are you or members of the household handicapped or impaired and in need of specially designed housing arrangements? Yes() No() 3. Number of person(s) in your household: l() 2() 3-4() 5-6() 7-6()9ormore() 4, Annual income from all sources (including any social security, retirement pension, payments made on behalf of minor children, public assistance, etc.) : r/,961-'9,475 ( ) '9,476-'10,990 ( ) '10,991-'12,505 ( ) '12,506-'14,020 ( ) '14,021-'15,540 ( ) '15,541-'17,055 () Over '17,055 () 5. Do you own ( ) or rent ( ) present residence? If you rent, what is your present rental rate? ................................................................ 6. Do you live in a house ( ) Apartment ( ) Room ( ) On a farm () In town ( ) 7, Is your present housing modern ( ) Not modern, but adequate () Inadequate (). If so, in what respect? ................................................... 8. what am~tof mon~y r~t do y0U ~y wi~Utiiff]es[nc]ud-~l~.- ........................................................................................ Lessthanql6(); q16-q45() q,16-,175() q76-'205 () '206J235 () ,236-,265 () e266-'295 () '296-,325 () Over,325() 9. Would you be willing to move in if an apartment was available? Yes() No() I0. Name ' Address ........................................ Telephone Number ............................................................................... Location of Employment. .................................................................................. i am mm m m m i mm m mm mm mm m mm m m m mm mm mm imm i m mm m i mm m mm mm mm | m m m m | i mm i m mm mm i m 1st Rural Housing Partnership P O, Box 820697 * Dallas, Tx. 75382-0697 (214) 692-8641 t announce Parents and guardians of children at-for 75 cents K-6 and $I grades 7-12 and breakfast. tending Malakoff Independent School breakfast for 50 cents. To apply for free or District have received a letter ex- Children from families whoseincome meals, applicants must fill plaining and an application for free or is at or below the level shown on the complete application, sign it reduced lunch prices, according to scale below are eligible for either free to the school. Parents are household income, meals or reduced price meals priced at the school office if help is Students in the ~hools may buy lunch 40 cents for lunch and 30 cents for filling out the application. ne$ INCOME A'I~rACHMENT A ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES 1983-84 lea Annual Monthly Weekly Family Size Free Meals Reduced-Prlce MealsFree Meals 1 $04,318 $6,318-8,991 $0-527 2 0-8,502 8,502-12,099 0-709 3 0-10,086 10,686-15,207 0-891 4 0-12,870 12,870-18,315 0-1,073 5 0-15,054 15,054-21,423 0-1,255 6 0-17,238 17,238-24,531 0-I,437 7 0-19,422 19,422-27,639 0-I ,619 8 0-21,606 21,608-30,747 0-1,801 h~ It~mm~ F~ ~ $2,184 $3,108 1182 * All applicants are subject to verification. Reduced-Prlce Meals Free Meals $527-750 $0-122 1122-173 709-1,009 0-164 164-233 891-1.268 0-206 206-29.1 1,073-I,527 0-248 248-353 1,255-1,786 0-290 290.412 1.437-2.045 0-332 332-472 1,619-2,304 0-374 374-5~ 1,801-2,563 0.-416 410-592 I42 * All applications are subject to verification. Each school district may determine the price charged for reduced-price reduced-price lunch exceed 40 or a reduced-price breakfast exceed 30 meals, but in no case may Reid Nelson speaks before Reid Nelson, assistant to the guest speaker at the Aug. President of the Southwestern Division Malakoff Rotary Club. of North American Coal Corp., was Nelson explained to the Ready-Mix Concrete Rock-Sand Fill Dirt Concrete Man, fhru Fri. 8to5 Sat. 8 to noon Plant Hwy. 90 south of 85 Gun Barrel Rotary Club 10 meeting of a joint venture with Getty . ,.';,,rdl= American Coal has a contract w~.~ group that in lignite to the Houston power a~, m"l~ Co. electric generating, p~t ~, located outside of Mala~.t~ American Coal will be the uw-- the mining operation. . _..~li~ The company is currentlYi~;IM'r~ ~ the planning and final e ng,, _h~l@ the "Trinity Mine Project w~-~ been renamed from ,,Malak0W'" Project." , Wfl] lid Although the HL&P plan[ .~n P completed until 1990 co~.~.~dl"~ planned to begin in the spr'~ I~ Lignite mining will begin ,~c~ (~ the early 1990s North Arnen~ ~tJ will furnish 6% million to~tdy"~# per year and employ approXm~"", people, according to Nelson. ,,.~ d~" Clif Miercort, president ol u~ western division of North ~.~1~ Coal, also attended the Rotary ~'~" and concluded the program ditional remarks. / Most have wourtOS In the course of a_, ~_.~lifeti~e~l~ average person can expec;.tpe~ nearly 3,000 minor wound-.., because wounds are so con~. ~. of us don't seek medical helP w. when we should. le Spring Air ing prices. - starts y, August Mismatched win EACH PIECE ONLY 20 PIECES 1~O SELL EACH PIECE :hoose from Four Sale Priced While They Last! Quilted Mismatched Firm in EACH PIECE r SET EACH PIECE SET iiiiiii I I II I I I I II II I I pl Quilted Matched Set EACH PIECE SET win Extra Firm EACH PIECE SET I I 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Daily * Sat. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. 887-1432 * Quilted Matched Set Luxury Firm EACH PIECE 128 PIECE SET sET Hwy. 85 & Legendary Lane, Gun Barrel