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Ha COX vote of directors Llnda Hagar offically Henderson County Ap- appraiser. e can now drop the "acting" post she assumed June 10 chief appraiser Ken to take a similar County. the motion to continue at least thru Dec. 31 J.R. Lowe. we continue the contract i of the year," he said. "And for a less longer time is our (board members) terms he said. the motion was board Holcomb who praised oh as far "he said. the district's board of cited by Lowe as of others' thoughts of relationships between in the district and personnel have and the operating efficiency of appears to be improving, and "Whereas, cooperation between elected officials within the district and Appraisal District personnel seem harmonius, "Be it resolved, that the Henderson County Appraisal District Board of Review hereby unanimously endorses the candidacy of Linda Hagar for the position of Chief Appraiser of the Henderson County Appraisal District," the letter stated. Following Monroe's resignation, Hagar and 21 other applicants from throughout Texas applied for the $35,952 per-year post. Careful screening of the applications by board members narrowed the field to three. "I'm delightfully happy," the native Fort Worthian exclaimed after Thursday's vote of confidence. "I know the performance of the entire staff had something to do with the board's decision." In listing her objective for the office Hagar said she was, "Seeking (an) administrative opportunity in (an) organization that will recognize extra effort and ability and offer opportunity for growth." All other applicants seeking the position were men, a fact Hagar noted. Personal interviews with the remaining overdose, taking the and poisoning are can occur when are treated carelessly in the is taken correctly, exact dose is taken at the Under conditions that in- error. Here are a few from the American your physician any for you. Be sure lnd the amount and and what side with over-the-counter Read the label in a good light before opening the bottle or box. If you have more than one type of medicine too take, be sure one con- tainer is closed before opening the other. By doing so, you can avoid con- fusion and the possibility of acciden- tally taking more than necessary. Keep medicines away from the bed. Make it necessary to get up to take them. Placing drugs and medicine by one's bed is dangerous because an overdose may occur if the medication is accidentally repeated while a person is sleepy. Keep medicines in the original con- tainer. If you carry pills in a pocket pill effective in some in- box, identify each variety of pill with a :ver, using these label. medical$~/’-- Store medicines in a cabinet, correct treatment preferably locked, out of reach of the condition they to treat. proscribed for you member or friend. nledicine prescribed for r in use. v with the passage of may undergo • that make• them ures y many demands Simplification procedures and industry can help juggle the and energy, a family resource specialist. in work simplification the job. Homemakers family's health, cam- is worth the effort of time and energy it Proper tools and set-up ~implify hou~work, home economists '8 suggests avoiding that require and operate than Pre~positioning tools by , will be used. work simplification, is to eliminate any mings that give little procedures can more time and he things that for them, adds the children. Never tell a child that medicine is candy. Time-saving goods will characterize kitchen of future More time-and energy-saving foods and appliances as well as an equal sharing of duties among family mem- bers will characterize the kitchen of the future. These predictions emerged from a recent nationwide survey of 1400 Ex- tension home economists conducted for Hamilton Beach Division/Scoville Inc. Ninety-five precent of the home economists agree that in dual-earning families, the kitchen is no longer the woman's full responsibility. They also note the growing interest in nutrition, cooking and kitchen appliances among men. Seventy-nine percent of the home economists agree that working women are primarily interested in convenience when it comes to kitchen chores. They forsee a continuing trend toward con- sumers doing their grocery shopping less frequently, buying in greater quan- tities, and using time-saving appliances such as the microwave oven. The home economists think working women will not spend as much time in food preparation as they did a decade ago. Cedar Creek Lake Duplicate Bridge SEPTEMBER 11 RESULTS 1st - James and Frances Cain 2nd- Paul and Virginia German The club meets each Sunday at 2 p.m. at St. Jude's Catholic Church at Gun Barrel City. " New Plumbing Company Located in Athens - NEW 677-1109 Water Pressure Low? Faucets Dripping? Toilet Running? • PROMPT SERVICE * Work • Reasonable Rates • Free Estimates • --- While Supply Lasts -- WaterGuard Lavatory Fitting Suggested Retail '$53.56 SO Polished Chrome Finish TUBE "F' TRAP With l~"xlV," Rcducm| W~ Duracradt Plastic Never Rust Sugg. Retail $488 KOHLER Adj. Bath Drain [ Polished Chrome I I Sugg. Retail $44.88 i Introductory Offer 20% OFF Service Call With this Ad I ,I I I Coupon Good Any Time in 1983 l I three applicants were conducted before the board made its final decision. Prior to assuming Monrow's desk, Hagar served as his assistant and was involved with the initial set-up operations of the appraisal district. She was responsible for developing the data processing and mapping systems, supervised up to 46 employees and was in charge of the office's daily operations. For 4½ years she was tax assessor- collector for the Neches Independent School District in Anderson County. In addition to her in-service education and training toward becoming a registered professional appraiser Hagar also attended Texas Christian University. In other action Thursday, the board tabled any decision to contract with a deed research firm. Although the service is budgeted for next year, the board suggested Hagar might find a better means of obtaining property ownership changes. The Battle of Waterloo was fought June 18, 1815, and the defeat of the French troops ended Napoleon's at- tempt to regain power. Napoleon had escaped from exile on Elba and collected men and arms on a three- month march north through France. In all-day fighting against the Duke of Wellington and his mixed allied army, the French lost 40,000 of their 72,000 men. The Malakoff News, Thursday, Sept. 22, 19~--11A "i ................................................... F ......... --% ..... IT SAFE DON'T BE SOlUW ROYALL INSURANCE AGENCY HOME--(:OMMERCIAL--AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE Representing: Employers Casualty, Employers National, Motor Insurance Corp. S. SUE BARNETT 489.0520 Malakoff i li 510 W. Royall Blvd. !i --- Stereo -- VCR --Washer g Dryer And Pays The 1st week's Rent on Any Item In Our HUGE Inventory!l!! CENTS *r NO CREDIT CHECK . NO LONG TERM OBLIGATION CAll T II[)A₯ .......................................................... & WA1CIt -- Furniture cot oa TV * SERVICE g DELIVERY HINI~ttT! Television INCLUDED i . IMMEDIATE i DELIVERY 416 S. 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