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6A--The Malakoff News, ,, I I IIIIIIII Thursday, Sept. 1, 1983 i ii i ii ii ii Veterans Administration VA May ! Help i i i i i i i lilii I Q. As a veteran with a servcie-con- priority hospital identification card? necteddisability, where my Iobtainmy A. Veterans should contact the Enjoy fabulous sav;ngs dur;ng our I FREE PRIZES 1 Separates Group by Mr. Mench Separates Group by Donovan-Galvani A Herman Marcus Dress A matching camisole and half slip by Deena Drawing September 3rd 3:00 p.m. No Purchase Necessary! You Need Not Be Present To WinJ donnell's classic fashions Hwy. 3] E. 489-1520 ialakoff You? nearest VA medical center for issuance of their Identification card. Q. I am the widow of a veteran. Can I get a certificate for civil service preference from the VA? A. The surviving spouse can obtain a statement of the veteran's military service from any VA regional office for presentation to federal employment personnel officials who will determine eligibility. Q Who may claim reimbursement for the veteran's burial expenses? A. The funeral director, if the burial expenses are unpaid, or the person who bore the veteran's burial expenses, Q. I am attending school under the GI Bill. Can I have my monthly check deposited directly to my checking ac- count? A. Educational assistance checks are not included in the direct deposit program. Q Will the VA pay transportation charges to the place of burial for a deceased veteran? A. Transportation of remains to place of burial is payable when a veteran dies while in a VA hospital, domiciliary or nursing home. IIOMECOMING NOMINEES---1983-84 nominees for Miss Trojan were announced last week at THS. Pictured, Penny Johnston, senior nominee, Karol Crocker, junior nominee, Dana Garcia, sophomore nominee, man nominee and Amy Rounsavall, senior nominee. (Staff photo by Ann Rounsavall) By Mrs. D.H. Carter Lamps, overhead lights, televisions, stereos, appliances, clothes dryers--all produce extra heat. If you don't need them, keep them turned off in the summer time heat. JERRY GARRISON 489-0512 The old time cake and ice cream supper was a success. The Chamber of Commerce sponsored it. Jerry Cook, president of the chamber, was so happy. They netted over $1,000. The chamber wants to thank everyone who attended and for the good homemade ice cream and cake. We had plenty of both. Thanks again for the ones who Malakoff 155-12 XZX TL Blackwall FET:$1.16 EXCHANGE FET: $1.16- 2.96 P155-13 XZXT S Blackwall LIST: $73.53 P165/75R13 XZXWWT S WHITEWALL LIST: $82,53 P195/75R14 XWWT S WHITEWALL LIST: $12t.53 II P205/75R14 XWWT S WHITEWALL LIST: $129.38 P215/75R15 XWWT O WHITEWALL LIST: $134.73 P225/75R150 XWWT WHITEWALL LIST: $141.73 P235/75R15 XWWT ~a WHITEWALL LIST: $148,63 CUSTOM Wheels Low s2 5 Up to 5 quarts 10W.40 Oil Lubricate chassis Check fluid levels Replace filter [] Most American Cars " Most American Cars ur eel Install new sl)oes and pads Install new front grease seals Repack front wheel bearings REBUILD WHEEL CYLINDERS Inspect calipers Turn drums and true rotors Bleed and refill system Your choice 4.wheel drum or disc/drum type [] Most American Cars FREE MOUNTING! Prices good through Sept.3, 1983 East Tyler 675-5712 Manager: Dave Chiles made all of this This was for the United Way was so They gave $5,000 on Community Center and appreciated. So their respect to the John Brooks, who is our schools, is the derson made Dr. Our school is 691 students enrolled looking for more to enroll. The seniors are selling this week. Friday night, Sept. will play Cayuga here the first game of the boys and "play petty good team. team will perform uniforms. Let's have a good croWO our boys play. Back then~ Thursday, Sept. will play Bullard volleyball team will Aug. 30, there at 5 p.m. Crandall tournament. The Bynum family held Sunday, Sept. 4, at Center. All friends are and visit with the familY. Sunday, Aug. 28 Mayfield's last Baptist church. A was held after was to show love and Bro. Gary and his missionary work. . We got an electrical cloud ~dJ Mr. and Mrs. P.O. their golden at the Community reception. Walter Reynolds is hospital. He Mrs. better, all ( Mr. and Mrs. wonderful visit daughters. They were Garland, Tracie King Johnson of RichardsOn, Johnson, Richardson, ToweU, Longview. Nutrition Sept. 6 - Tuesday creamed potatoes, wheat bread, margl milk or tea. Wednesday spaghetti, corn french bread, margar milk or tea. Thursday - gravy, buttered new squash, casserole, banana pudding, n Friday - Fresh sauce, creamy white bread, or tea. IRS penalties sometimes be because of a tax the penalty is some cases, Tax bllb contain to request charge. Generally, correspond with the If the service ter explainin~ will also appeal procedureS, name and phone Cases can this point with a peals officer, thi formal appeal is should submit the the service center coordinator. The ward the case file to While a conference at this stage, probably will correspondence. The IRS are assessed in criminal intent, penalties are assessment. appeal for tax, according to There are 100 fancY fish.