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12A--The Mskkeff News, Thursdsy, Sept. 22,1N3 t Monuments Pro-Need Funeral Insurance Mah Nutrition Program Menu Plan Sept. 3O - Sept. 3O r" Monday . Chicken and dumplings, green beans with herbs, buttered carrots, wheat bread, margarine, fried pie, milk or tea. Tuesday .- Swiss steak, buttered i Enl0ish peas, hominy, white bread, margarine, chefs choice cake, milk or tea. Wednesday Hamburger with cheese, baked beam, lettuce, tomato, pickle, o on, bun, margarine, cobbler, milk or tea. Thursday - Meat loaf with tomato ....... gravy, brussel sprouts, blackeyed peas, cornbread, margarine, peach halves, Types Automotive Service Automotive Parts Stole Open Monday-Saturday, 7 a.n,.-6 p.m. B. F. Goodrich & Atlas Tires anner 0 **,***.****.*.EXXON ...*********.* i10 E. Mitcham, Malakoff 489-1292 I II IIIIIIIIII I I I II mflkor tea. ; Friday Fried chicken, creamed HENDERSON COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE CARDINAL BAND recently elected their 1983-84 officers. PIcter~l~h~hm~ potatoes, buttered spinach, rolls, me rgarine, tapioca pudding, milk or to right are Russ Richardson, Athens sophomore; Gina Parollne, Athens sophomore; Sylvia Howard, cantea :.'=t.,~ n-re.-- Connie McKlnnerney, freshman from Malakoff; Donna Featherston, sophomore from Brownsboro; Greg ElliS, ~ freshman; John Shnrp, Cayuga sophomore; Janet Lute, Palestine freshman; and Cindy Head, Athens sophomm~. tesy photo) ~e~rature in Spearfish, S.D., a rese 49'F in only two minutes in 1943. It went from -4'F to 4~'F. In 1918, Gran- ville, N. D. had a temperature rlse of 83.F in 12 hours, n Dine In or Take Out Pork Ribs or 11: 00a.m.-6: 30p.m. 514 W. Royall Blvd. 489-0471 the Pound Malakoff A miscellaneous shower was given burgandy punch. Saturday, September I0, for Cheryl aiso served. Phillips of Kerens, bride elect of Scott to 24 guests, fl0$r McCurdy. The centerpiece was s Pat Alexander's home at Key Ranch filled with all kinds of ki Estates, Cedar Creek Lake was the set- For color, napkins of the tiug. Co-hostesses were Bulah Baker, the bride-to-be innapkins Mayfair Holland, Martlyn Merchant, added to the arrangem ', el$! Dianne Patterson and Charlotte Rain- ako presented to the br/oe-w-'- water, gift. Colors of burgandy and white were Guests were carried out in the decorations. The Debbte Alexander, table had a white damosk tablecloth, hostess. Gifts were with a crystal vunch bowl, witharound for all to see. and useful gifta Special guests were her ity of the members pres- costs of administering the jurisdiction and to coun- Jimmy Phillips, her I ent. fund and issuing the bonds, ty courts." Chappal and cousin, The amendment will ap- The amendment provides, Kerens. Also attendingw~ pear on the ballot as further, that if there is PROPOSITION NO. McCurdy, mother of follows: "The constitu-not money in either the]0 ON THE BALLOT tional amendment autho-Veterans' Land Fund or and Mrs. Paul McCurdy rizing statutory provi- the Veterans' Housing As-Senate Joint Resolution grandmother. ~. siena for succession of sistance Fund available for 17 proposes a constitution- Miss Phillips is a graau public office during dis- payment of principal andal amendment that autho- H/gh School and attenl asters caused by enemyinterest on the general ob- rizes the Legislature to Junior College. She is no attack, and authorizing ligation bonds issued pur- enact laws which would ~ at the University of TexJ the suspension of cer-suant to the amendment, allow a city or town to ex- She is the daughter of ) tain constitutional rules then money coming into pend public funds to relo- Jimmy Phillips of KerenS. relating to legislative the Treasury in each fiscal cate or replace sanitation McCurdy graduated, fr PROPOSITION NO. 1 designation, an urban procedure during thoseyear is appropriated in an sewage laterals on private High School and is ? ON THE BALLOT homestead not exceed ten disasters or during im- amount sufficient for pay- property if done in con- thousand dollars in value mediate threat of enemy ment of principal and in- junction with the replace- Aringdale Motors at Arla House Joint Resolution without reference to the attack." terest due in that fiscal ment or relocation of sani- the sonofMr, and Mn. G 91 proposes a constitution- value of any improvements year. tation sewer mains serving of Key Ranch Estates at al amendment which re- on the land would be ella- PROPOSITION NO. 5 The proposed constitu- the property. The amend- Lake. quires a county with a pop- inated. ON THE BALLOT tional amendment will ment requires that the law They were married SeP, ulation of 30,000 or more The proposed amend- appear on the ballot as authorize the city or town the First Baptist ChUrcJ to be divided into not tess meat will appear on theSenate Joint Resolution follows: "The constitu- to affix a llen on the pri- They will make thei than four nor more thanballot as follows: "The12 proposes a constitution- tlonal amendment for fi-rate property, with the Arlington. I! eight justice of the peace constitutional amend- al amendment that autho- nancial assistance to consent of the owner, to precincts. A county with a ment replacing the limi- rizes the Legislature to veterans and to autho-cover the- costs of the re- Randv Lee talks o J , population of 18,000 or tation on the value of an enact legislation providing rize the issuance of $800 placement or relocation of . .~.LO~ more but less than thanurban homestead with a for the use of the perma-million in bonds of the the sewer laterals on the Spanish InqmSJ ..,, 30,000 shall be divided into 4imitation based on size." neat school fund and in- state to finance the Vet- property. The lien may not - st j z.%, not lesjJ than two nor more come from the permanent erans' Land Program be enforced until five The_Spanish II Claao,~djF ....... fi~a ,jttstice .of the PROI~)Sr~N NO. 3 sehool,.~fund to guarantee and the Veterans' Hous- years have expired since High Scnool had Ranp,aY peace precinct.~. A county ON TIlE BALLOT bonds issued by school dis- .... ing Assista~ice Pro- the date the lien was af- speaker Friday, Sept. and#% with a populat/on of less tricts. The amendment gram." fixed. The amendment Randy, a senior at Mr~ .,~w than 18,000 shall be des- , Senate Joint Resolution provides, further, that the provides, further, that the beroftheSpanishCiub, g~l~'' ignated as a single justice I proposes a constitutional Legislature may appropri- law require that the costs meo~panish Inquisition. PROPOSITION NO. 8 of the replacemeut or re- of the peace precinct or, amendment that authorizes ate part of the available / upon a finding of neees-the Legislature to enactschool fund for adminis- ON THE BALLOT location of the se/wer let- Cros~ Road i .,I sity by the commissioners legislation that permitstration of the permanent erals on the private prop- court, shall be divided into representative associations school fund or of a bondSenate Joint Resolution erty be assessed against more than one justice ofof agricultural producers guarantee program estab-1 proposes a constitutional the property with repay- School the peace precinct but not to collect refundable as- fished pursuant to the amendment that authorizes ment to be amortized over Sept.~-sePt'M more than four. The sessments on their product amendment, political subdivisions to ex- a period not to exceed five M BREAKF~F amendment provides fur- sales to be used solely The constitutional erupt veterans' organize- years and at an interest onday.lnServtce ...ilk... ther, that in any precinct to finance programs of amendment will appear tions from ad valorem tax- rate provided by law. Tuesday . Cereal, j~ce,~ In which there is a city on the ballot as follows: ation on their property. The proposed amend- with a population of 18,000 marketing, promotion, re- Wednesday.PancakeS, '/.:./ search and education relat- "The constitutional The amendment requires meat will appear on the Thursday . Biscuit and or more, two justices of ing to those products. Itamendment authorizing that the veterans' organi- ballot as follows: "The Friday . Donuts, juic.e,~aw-" the peace shall be elected, provides, further, that use of the permanent zations be chartered by the constitutional amend- M " LUNCI/ The amendment allows a adoption of the proposed school fund to guaran-United States Congress, meat to permit a city or justice of the peace, con- constitutional amendment tee bonds issued by be composed of members town to expend public onaay.lnservlce, t,,~ Tuesday - Fish stick, "" stable or commissioner to ~ wilt bring into effect Sen- school districts." or former members of the funds and levy assess- United States Armed ments for the relocation Pork & Beans, milk, cake .znt continue in office until the ate Bill 607, Acts of the Forces, and be organized or replacement of saul- Wednesday. Chili Illa~,~(l~ I expiration of his term, el- 68th Legislature, Regular PROPOSITION NO. 6 for patriotic and public tation sewer laterals on spiced peaches, corn ~'" though a change in pre- Session, 1983, with rejec- ON THE BALLOT service purposes. The private property." cookie, a P0~' | einct boundaries results in lion of the amendment re- amendmen.t provides, fur- Thursday . pizz the officer no longer being suiting in Senate Bill 607 House Joint Resolution ther, that political subdi- PROPOSITION NO. beans, salad, milk, Jello a resident of the precinct having no effect, 1 proposes a constitutional visions may exempt fra- 11 ON THE BALLOT Friday - SloppY Je$-tll ,/I for which he was electedThe proposed constitu- amendment which would ternal organizations from choesesquares, ptckles,"j : or appointed and allows a tional amendment will permit the Legislature to ad valorem taxation on Senate Joint Resolution justice of the peace or con- appear on the ballot as provide for the garnish-their property. The amend- 13 proposes a constitution- ~et~Therewere no s P ,. stable to contbme in office follows: "The constitu- ment of wages to enforcemeat requires that the al amendment that would lfd0. until the expiration,of his t/onal amendment pro- court-ordered child sup-fraternal organizations be change the Board of Par- ~ Ii term even though a change riding for the advance- port payments, The gar- organized to perform anddons and Paroles from a in prfcinct boundaries re-lent of food and fibernishment remedy would be primarily engaged in constitutional agency to II suits In the abolishment of production a~d market-not be available for other charitable or benevolenta statutory agency and Join the precinct or more than b~g in this state through purposes, functions. The Legislature would eliminate the Gov- For a Car r one justice of the peace or research, education, and The proposed amend- would be authorized to en- ernor's power to revoke Glamour and Fashi0 constable serving the pre-promotion financed by meat will appear on the act laws that prescribe eli- paroles. The Legislature cinct. Vacancies in the of- the producers of agri- ballot as foliows: "The gibility requirements for would be authorized to .. flee of justice of the peace cultural products." constitutional amend- fraternal organizations to establish the Board of Offeri~,t~." or constable that result ment allowingthe Legis-benefit from the exemp- Pardons and Paroles and "IV.:,.: from a precinct boundary PROPOSITION NO. 4 lature to provide for tion and to pass legisla- to require it to maintain ~-- ~ changethe commissionersShall be fi]ledcourtby ON TIIE BALLOT additional remedies totion limiting the types or records of its actions and CO LOt" enforce court-ordered amount of property ownedthe reasons for its actions. until the next general elec- House Joint Resolution child support pay- by a fraternal organize-The amendment would era- lion. The amendment would 30 proposes a constitution, ments." tion which may be exempt- power the Legislature to take effect on January I, al amendment which au- ed from ad valorem taxa-enact parole laws. Consti- 1984, and counties with thorizes the Legislature to PROPOSITION NO. 7 tion. tutional language specify- populations of less than 30,000 and with more than enact laws to provide for ON THE BALLOT The proposed constitu- ing the qualifications and the succession of members tional amendment will terms of office for mere- four justic~ of the peace of the Legislature in the Senate Joint Resolution appear on the ballot as bern of the Bvard of Par- and constable precincts event of enemy attack and 14 proposes a constitution- follows: "The constitu- dons and Paroles is elimi- would have until Januaryallows the suspension ofal amendment that autho-tional amendment to au- hated. The constitutional 1, 1987 to comply with the procedural rules imposedrizes the Veterans' Landthorize taxing units to language governing the ~~ amendment, lay the Constitution in the Board to provide for, issue, exempt from taxation composition of. the Board JingerHa@h'C-J~""_ _s~lt~~ The proposed amend' event of, or immediate and sell general obligation property of certain vet-of Pardons and Paroles ment will appear on the threat of, enemy attack,bonds of the State of erans' and fraternal or-and the manner of filling As a tully.trained (",~;r~,~ you o. r ballot as follows: "The The amendment empowers Texas in an amount not to ganizations." vacancies on the Board is for your clients '" akedg--I constitutional amend- the Governor, after con-exceed $800 million to pro- eliminated, thewardrol:~a.~d~l~kt~ ment authorizing fewersultation with the Speak. vide financing to veterans The proposed amend- ors that make the,,' justice of the peace and cr of the ttouse and the of the state. The amend-PROPOSITION NO. 9 ment will appear on the greatest! ..;nt'~ constable precincts inLieutenant Governor, to ment requires that three ON THE BALLOT ballot as follows: "The , Own youroWl~U" counties with a popula- suspend the const/tutional hundred million dollars of constitutional amend- . Set your own tion of less than 30,000 requirement that the Leg- the state bonds be dedi-House Joint Resolution ment to change the AppointmentS and providing for con-islature hold /ts sessions cated to the Veterans' 70 proposes a constitution- Board of Pardons and , ~m$100.f~00aday tinuous service by jus- in Austin and allows theLand Fund. The Fund is to al amendment to authorize Paroles from a constit,a- and more _. tices of the peace, con, suspension of procedure)be used to purchase ]andthe Legislature to provide, tional agency to a statu- . Comp:~eTtai~l"a stables, and county rules by the Governor issu- to be sold to veterans by local or general law, atory agency and to give ~ _r^mps,y commissioners when pre- cinct boundaries are ing a proclamation in under such terms, rules method by which judges the board power to re- ~ontinu~O~-" which the House of Rep- and regulations as may be of statutory courts with yoke paroles." Support ,,... Tdl~' changed." resentatives and Senate authorized by law. The probate jurisdiction may *t:ompanyt" ....~1 PrizeS --i FotP~:~ ' concur by resolution ap-amendment creates the be assigned to any other * Six Fisu~Ir'Cm~go~P "~ PROPOSITION NO. 2 proved by a majority of Veterans' Housing Assis-statutory court with pro- Estos son los informes , GroundFiOorvr~.~a~a ON THE BALLOT the members present. Sus- tance Fund and requires bate jurisdiction and toexplanatorios sobre las Tobecome.C.ett~allitW~[r'~ pension of the constitu-that $500 million of theany constitutional county enmiendas propuestas a la ColorAOat, ys,~vlew House Joint, Resolution tional rules may not state bonds authorized by court in any county in the constituciSn que apace- persooa~ .... 105 proposes ale0nstitu'exceed a period of two the amendment be dedi- state., cerdn en la boleta el dta ,onal amendment: which years under a single proc- cated to the Fund. The The proposed amend- 8 de noriembre de 1983. Si 2? Call would limit a homestead in lamation; however, the Veterans' Housing Assis- ment will appear on the usted, no ha recibido una a city, town or village to a Governor may renew the tance Fund will be utilized ballot as follows: "The copia de los in/ormes en lot or lots amounting tosuspension by issuing a by the Veterans' Land constitutional amend- espa~ol, podrd obtener u~a not more than :one acre of new proclamation con- Board for the purpose of ment providing for as-gratis per llamar al 1/800/ land, together with any curred in by the House of making home mortgage signment of judges of 5/960 o per escribir al D__..LT"~/ev~L, improvenients t~n the land. Representatives and the loans to veterans for hous- statutory probate courts Secretario de Estado, P.O. ~w,.,~ The uire. Senate through a reso]u-ing within the state and to other statutory coun- Box 1887, Austin, Texas ABusine~ BRIEF EXPLANATORY STATEMENTS OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS SPECIAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 8, | 983 ment that of tion approved by a major- for the administrative ty courts with probate 78711. : (/' i i