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April 7, 1994

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sdav, April 7, 1994 bt Clartnban tws Page 5 SLIM SIDES DOUBLE S TV & VCR REPAIR P.O. Box 750 Clarendon, "Ix. 79226 Ph. (806) 874-5081 Let us do your OPMngl CLARENDON TRANSIT Local Ridm must be scheduled 24 houri in tance MoFrt. 8:30-12 & 1- 4:30 P,M. Out of Town Rides, Call for Schedules Clarendon - 874-21573 372.2531 PANHANDLE TRANSIT A division of Panhandle Community Services 6 GENERATIONS 0 to r) Juey Salznma, Nieole Haberson and mother Tlna, Marie Johnson, Opal Paschal and Joan McAffey. public education to the children PAYrON and children Kenneth, Jo Webb and Rickey at The and passed out coloring books, ! Center. pencils and stickers to those who News Saturday, April 2nd, the Medical Center sponsored an Easter egg hunt for the children in the community at 2:00. They had good participation this year despite the wind. The youngsters certainly didn't let it slow them down one bit. Many of the residents watched the children hunt their eggs from inside and really enjoyed seeing them so excited. The Medical Center has taken part in promoting 9-1-1 participated. They appreciate the participation from the community. Pictures from the Easter egg hunt will be in next weeks paper if room is available. L/ons Ta/e by Gene Alderson The Clarendon Lions Club met in a regular meeting in the 15th & 31st residents music provided by Sr. Citizen singers. perform at the medical st once a month and ' the enter- 17th the residents :. Patricks Day with a n-, cookies & punch and all had a good 18th, Billy MeCanley, , who was visiting the Church performed for at the Medical Cen- sang several gospel songs J his guitar and He also gave the resi- words of encourage- Terry the church for shar- person with them. new and enjoyable ex- the residents en- tre party with their vanilla or strawberry, al- wanted to sample a April 1st, residents room at 10:00 "-  doughnuts prior I neting. Charlotte dsman helped serve nts and visited with re idents. The coun- Ls  eryproductive and t :Ll:05 a.m. Being Day, many of the resi- . tricks on the staff and them. The residents out of their little prove that really make 'w the little things "Productivity appraisal" may lower the property taxes on your farm, ranch or timber Ind! Don't ange Family 2,364 for you! Y qualify for If, In 1993, you: Lrned less than i0 from a lob, or a child living with ,re than le, in the t S es. until next r to get moneyll in [ you make under an d have at least child, you may be to get extra money paycheck. Ask employer about :he Advance EIC. Gotcha Happy Birthday! She's so good She's so fine .... Oh my goodness She's 59 * mat 1 Texas law allows farmers, ranchers and timber growers to pay property taxes based upon the "production value" of their land rather than on its market value. This "productivity appraisal" means qualifl land is taxed based on its ability to produce crops, livestock or timber--not on its value on the real estate market. And it can mean substantial property tax savings. When is the. application deadline? If your land has never had a productivity appraisal, you must apply to your local appraisal district by April 30 to take advantage of this benefit on your 1994 property taxes. You may get up to 60 extra days if you have a good reason and ask for it by April 30. If you miss this deadline, you may still be able to apply, but you will pay a penalty. Check with your appraisal district office. Do you need to reaPply annually? If your land already receives agricultural or timber productivity appraisal, you normally don't need to real)Ply unless the chief appraiser requires you to. If a new application is required, the appraisal district will notify you by mail. For more information, call or come by: DONLEY APPRAISAL DISTRICT P O BOX 1220 CLARENDON TEXAS 79226 (806) 874-2744 We'll be happy to answer your questions and provide you a free copy of "Texas Property Taxes: Taxpayers" Rights, Remedies, Responsibilities" ( contact: Comptroller's Property Tax Division P.O. Box 13528 Austin TX 78711-3528 III I the Treasury trn! e Service Lions Hall, Tuesday, March 29, 1994. There were eleven Lions present and the Lion Sweetheart Dee W'dliams. The Boss Lion Jimmy Gar- land opened the meeting in due form, and Redell Henson, Lion Tamer announced two visitors as follows; Mr. Bob Griggs, a Lion from Glade Water, Texas and also a minister; Mr. Russell Estlaek of Clarendon, Texas, who was a guest of Lion Allen Estlack. A very dell cions meal was served. There being no program for this time the Boss Lion dosed the meeting in proper form. The Lions Club are proud to have visitors present and invite all their Lion members to attend the mfdtings. i -- FRED DAY PAINTING CONTRACTOR Free Estimatee 874-3890 Hedley School Menu April II-15 Breakfast Monday:. Rice, Toast, Cereal, Juice, M.ilk Tuesday:. Bacon, Scrambled Eggs, Toast, Cereal, Juice, Milk Wednesday:. Sausage, Biscuit, Cereal, Juice, Milk Thursday. French Toast, Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk Friday:. Spanish Omelet, Cereal, Fruit, Juice, Milk Lunch Monday:. Chicken Nuggets, Gravy, Salad, Mashed Potatoes, Hot Roils, Cake, Milk Tuesday:. Salisbury Steak, Brown Gravy, Whole New Potatoes, Blackeyed Peas, Hot Rolls, Peaches, Milk Wednesday:. Frito Pie, Cheese, Corn, Salad, Cornbread, Pears, Milk Tnmday. Potato Bake, Ham & Cheese, Green Beans, Hot Rolls, Jello, Milk Friday:. Submarine Sandwiches, Lettuce, Tomatoes, Pickles & Onions, Tator Tots, Cookies, Milk fClarendon School Menu - April 11-15 Breakfast Monday:. Toast, Cereal, Juice, Milk Tuesday:. Pancakes, Juice, Milk Wednesday: Cinnamon Roils, Juice, Milk Thursday: Pancakes, Juice, Milk Friday:. Eggs, Biscuits, Juice, Milk LRCh Monday:. Pizza, Corn, Salad, Jello, Milk Tuesday:. Beef Stew with vegs., Cornbread, Graham Crackers w/peanut butter, Salad, Milk Wedaesday.Chalupes, w/meat, cheese, Ranch Style Beans, Salad, Fruit, Milk Thmmday. Spaghetti w/meat, Hot Rolls, Green Beans, Fruit, Milk Friday:. Hamburgers w/cheese, lettuce, onions, pickles, tator tots, Fruit Cob- bler, Milk ? LET US HELP YOU GET READY FOR 00SPRINGCL AN Up!00 Rakes, Hoes, Shovels, Spade Forks, Wheelbarrows, Trash Bags ? ? ? INT Latex . House Pa,nt $1K99 WH/TprEIce $')l& .llghUly hlghGer) |. REPAIR SUPPLIES Lumber, Shingles, Gutters, Storm Windows, Window Glass, Caulk House Numbers, Porch Lights, ' Plumbing, ? .... t Lug. ,ber Company Highway 287 E. It Clarendon, Texas 874-2(XX)