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BOX 4q-S SHORTER AL 36075 JQLIA COLE PLAT LOT 3 IM 515 TI6 TAXES ~ : 33A4 FEES DUE : ~,~ ADoVr.'RT ISING : 27,00 TOTAL DUE : ~0.07 UO00-020~ UE~ SII~'Y (HEIRS OF) ALBERTA LYIICIt (HEIRS OFI 2405 NOITGOllE~ lid TUSKEGEE lit AL 36088 08-07-35--1-0O4-0~ .0t4 l 210 k LOT IN IE 114 OFllE 1t4 OF.S ks FOL BEG 60MOF~ ~LO T 4 HATCHER EST S/| 11 II THE 210 111S ~3 111 M 2 10 TO eOB TO$(EGE TALES DU( ; 186,66 FEES OU : 37.19 AOVEItTISIRG : 37,13 TOT~ ~ : 260.9| Iq) BOX 253 123 FIRST ST , ~ 36083. ~7-~1~.~ 5VX I~~~TOL OTS 41 Ik 42 ILl( k Ill ~ ~Tl7R~ T~Bi DUE ~ 12.24 FEES BOE t ~.~ AWERTISING : a7,00 TOTAL DUE : 67,~ ~I~ Bo,lllli IB 3 CHICAGO 1L 6061S ~'0~-04-0-~0410.0~ 3.4 K (|) COIl liT DEC 4 t SRltl lift 10114S59t 60 TO PQID TH E 470.1i0 TO II RIM HMY I0 ~ S ALG Ri II 3O8.8 TH il 502 11 II 3O4,33 TO PSI m~ TAXES 9~E FEES ~E ksVERTISIIlG TOIAL SEC 4 T IS 21.~ ~.03 37,13 ~7.48 11000-0207 U~AT BEN,LULA fiNE, l LUL~(ti[lf~ OFI $2 T1 6 ~23 TAXES D~ : 20.40 FEES ~UE : 2S.q? A~IERTISING : 33.75 TOTAL DUE : 83.14 DU00-0288 M~T BE~,LULA,LULA NAE k ,JOSEPH 1642 18TH PL S ii DI~INGHAfl AL 35211 15-01-00-2-003-036.000 HAMNA FLOYD SD LOTS 14 1~ KK C SEC TUSKEG[E S~ TI 6 RP,3 TALES DUE : 4.08 FEES DUE : 28,18 ADVERTISING : 33.75 TOTAL DUE : 66.01 MHITEHEAD BETTYE KElP(HEIRS OF ClO SASAI~ ~l JBKIttS - EXE 1400 MEMTON ST N E VkSHINGTON OC 20017 15-01-02-4-00~-058. 000 A C BULLS SO 7 BLK C LOT 7 TUSK $2 T16 Ra3 15-'01-02-4-08~-0~9. 000 A C ~ULLS SD 7 SLK C EIIE OF LOT 6 TIF.KEGEE b~ Tl 6 ~3 TALES ~IE : 615,06 FEES DUE : 58.31 AWERTISING : 40.50 TOTAL DUE : 713.$7 ti000-0441 MILLIklG CATIERIllE BOX 638 TUSKEGE lllST. AL 36087 07-09-3O-2-0O4-016,000 J G THOMAS SD LOT I ~SKE GEE $30 T17 R24 TAXES ~ : 33.66 FEES DUE : ~.~ t0UERTISI~G : ~7,0~ TOTAL DUE ~ ~/0.30 II000-IL~8 VtLLIMIS GI~TA I~Y 502 ~ANOERS Art TUSKEGEE AL 36083 0 -o+-31 -om-o .om liT F Rltl TAYLm ST Ik o me m m ..4' m m. t' mllO~. SE ~' TO tol S31 TITII R 0041 TAXES ~ : 7q.ldl F'EE~ ~UE : 31.~ ~ISING : 40.S0 TOTAL ~J~ : 14&oO4 I~H)0-1131 VILLING ~ EIk NlliL4 Ik~IE 5465 CO RD 3O ~OeTER kL 36O75 09-08-56-0-NO-008.N0 9.41 AC D ~G liT ill S EC34&SR/M HIT ~TH E ALG RIM 500' S $10.~' SEC 34 T -17 R'22 TAIES DUE : l~,/dl FEES ~ : ~4.~ ADVERTISING : 33,75 TOTAL ~UE : 200,95 UBO0-1337 MI~I~ LOIIE k JOVCE IM ~ JoNllStoll TU$~GEE AL 08'-0S-~1.-0-000".03S,0D3 BO.3 I 1~.3 lll~ ~ lie C ~R SE IIA II 114 714 I TH S ~P~ TH IN ~4.4T0 PO D TH MILY 159,3 TO N Rill 11t I ALG Rli M, 3 m aRv 1~.0 ~ ~ 81, 5 TO POB SEC21TITR2 3 TAXES DUE :r 1~" ~ ~ : ~,I~ TOTAL ~ : ~42.~ ~II~ lll~Im ~ I~3 II I~ m ST CgllPtoll CA 13-0-13-0-BO0-0~.~ 17.030 A (l) LT G ~I~ KI~i~'ll EST SLIBE 189 +' BEC 13 T-16 Jr-21 TAXES DUE : ~.76 t~WERTISIIff, : ;ff,O0 TOTAL ~IE : 113.49 ~Im85 Ul~l~ GL~IA I~ KENNEDY LAiM TU~EGE~ AL 08-0~ 21-0-000-01~,000 I09' X 666.9' IRR CON I NT ElL SEC 21 Ik S RiV I 85 TH M ALG RIM 700' S 70 q.69' TO POS TH ONT S IS8,1' V 666,~' TO E R/V HllY 3~ TH IIM ALG Rill 49' lie 30~' M 92.2' E 453,5' TO POB SEC 21 T- 17 R-23 TALES DU[ : 3%60 FEES DUE : 29,93 ADVERTISING : 43,88 TOTAL DUE : 113,41 M000-1190 MILLIS L~EVENIE ~ HOSES G~ICE AMD OTHERS C/O LEE S GUICE ~R TUSKEGEE AL 36083 I~-09-32-~-033,~0 IACC k LOT IN BEII4 OF II 114 OF.SO kS FOL BEGAT I MT OF M RIM OF flOttGA N ~USSELL R~ k V RIB~ U S HMY29 TH N 205' TO POS SE 210' TO RD TH SIIALG RI~ 210' TO P08 $3~ T16 R~4 TAXESDUE ; It3,tA FEES DUE : 33.56 AOVERTISING : 43.M TOTAL DUE : 1~.~ M000-1577 HILSUM DORIS J 204 SO LAKE ST TUSKEGEE AL 36083 07-09-30-q--002-o47.000 97' X 103' IRR CON [NT S RIM LF~IS ST t M RIM LAKE ST TH SE ALG LAKE ST 65' TO POB TH SONT ALG RiV ~7 ' Sit 103' MM 91.48' liE I0 O' TO POD $30 T17 ~4 TAXES DUE : 170.34 ~ES DUE : ~.~ AWERTISING : 37.13 TOTAL OUE : 243,~ t1000-0674 MILSON dOHN G Ik LUE ,TARAH ClO ~ UILOON 10695 MASHi~ DETROIT HI 41R21 16-03 ~-2~.~ LOT IN WII4 OF !~111 CON n AT PT OME t~q RUSSL'LL R D 270' S OF liT OF II RO 100' 1"!1 Nil ;~N' TO PT ON ~ OF IMIO U TH ME ALG RO I~' TO ~| $6 T16 1124 TAXES DUE : L~JI.q FEES DUE : ~.~ k~TISING t 47.~ TOTAL DUE : 314.98 MO00-1a~ 4O9 ltR[itER STRET TUSKEGEE AL 3+083 07-09.-30-2-0O4-065.000 BETHEL 04~CH AOUl LOTS 3 9-40 ~C ~ ~0 T 17 !124 ~'I~-I0-~-013.~ 339 X 558.~ I~ ~ liT II RIM OF Nl~Y ~ | ElL ~C lO 1'14 W 60 11 II 1000 TO POD TH II 5~8.3~ T H II 3)2,43 THE 520.15 T H SLY 339 TO POJ TALES ~: 7P.6,~1 AmmmTtSi.C : 47.~ TOTAL DUE : li37.3~ 1t000-1148 UlLLIE & CIO CYNTHIA IEMtlTT 1016 ~ ~ L"IS TUSKEGE AL L~-OA- 130~3,M3 q3' X 6;~3' IIR I t~ (DI C0il lit lllL SEC 13 I II RIM HMY ~9 71t ~ ALG RIM 540' TO POD TH CONT ALG RIM 93' TH i 577' !1 liE M' TH E 67.3' TO FOI BEC 13T 15R73 TAXEE DUE : ~lS,M FEES DOE : * ~,7~ AWE~ISXNG : ~.3O TOTAL BU( : 318.87 9000-1408 ITCV~'F MOlltCk C/O ~ ~ HO~SlIG SEIWICE P 0 BOX ~BOS ST LOUIS m 131~6 1~-01-02-3-0BO-~%016 Eel.S SIO L01 14 PD 5178 Tl~ TAlEs ~JE ; ~'~ .3O FEES OUE : ~.$3 TOTAL ~UE : 151.83 YO~-~6 1~ BEASLEY The Tuskegee News, April 1, 1999, Page B-11 TUSKEdE INST AL 26088 08-07-36-2-002-030.000 210 I 70 LOT BEG AT PT ~1 0 S OF SE COR LOT 24 POU TH S ALG SID~ ST TH Sit ALG SEASLEY ST 210 1H N 70 THME 210 TO POS TgSKE. EE TALES DUE : 853,74 FEES DUE : 70,08 AWERTISING : 33,75 TOTAL DUE : 957,57 TO00-0088 YOUN~ VlVlkN 61 ROYAL PARK ESTATES OFELIKA AL 36801 02"-05-22-0"-000-01 a. 000 k LOT IN !01114 OF Mitl/4 0 F SE 1/4 DESC AS F~ POB BEINGAT lit OFE RtMO ; ~bP~ +i k m N LI~ dr SE 1/4 OF SMI/4 THEl~ ' TH ~210' TH M190' TO C 0 RD rim TH ~I0' TOPOB 522 T18 P~3 TAXES DOE : 16.40 FEES DUE : 2S.79 AOVERTISING : 40,50 TOTAL DUE : 85,69 ZO00-O014 ZELLARS ~ Ik ~NIE 1766 OLD ~IGHT NILL RD AUBURN AL ~830 07-O4- 1?-0-001-0a2.000 PRIRROSE HGTS H LOT 6 BL K B S19 TI7 R24 TAXES DUE : 11.22 FEES DUE : 28.53 AWERTISIMG : 27,00 TOTAL DUE : M~.75 I I I I Farmers get a tax break under new law Special to The Tuskegee News Many Alabama farmers and small business owners will be writing a small- er check to Uncle Sam at tax time this year. That's due in part to the raxpayer Relief Act of 1997and other changes in the federal tax code. Nationally, farmers are expected to save more than $1.6 billion per year in federal income taxes and over $150 million in federal estate taxes. For most farmers, that's about a 10 percent saving on income tax and a 30 percent sav- ing is estate taxes. Hal 'Pepper, a farm business management specialist with the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, says many of Alabama's 45,000 farmers will profit from these changes. Pepper says there are several specific areas where the state's farmers will reap the most benefits. Capital gains--The tax rates drop from 28 percent to 20 for most tax brackets. Pepper says this is perhaps the most significant tax savings for farmers---more than $700 million a year nationally. Weather.related livestock sales--Farmers can defer the gain on the sale of livestock due to floods, hurricanes and other weather-related conditions. This has been expanded from only drought conditions. Health Insurance deduction-- Farmers and other self-employed taxpay- ers can now deduct more of their health insurance premiums. The deduction increases from 45 percent in 1998 to 100 percent by thp year 2003. Income averaging--Farmers can use income averaging to shift farm income int~ O[~;~tire~ preceding years. Pepper says farmex~h~Ll+~0riSult with an accountant or oth~*t~u[[~fi~ tax preparer t;*~t ~+ t~s pro~~ Child tax ~redtt--Farmers and other taxpayers can*now take a $400 tax credit for each dependent child under age 17. This credit increases to $500 in 1999. Pepper adds that other potential major tax savings for farmers come in the form of the Welfare to Work and Work Opportunity Tax Credits. These credits can provide sizable reductions in a business' tax bill. To earn the credits, a farm or other business must hire workers from targeted audiences usually people on welfare and public assistance. Pepper says it's important for businesses to work with the Department of Human Resources so neces- sary paperwork can be completed before a worker is hired. Another area of major savings for farmers is in federal estate tax revisions. Starting with the 1998 tax year, larger farms can now be transferred tax free because the new law shields continuing farms and other family businesses valued at up to $1.3 million. Pepper says this change reduces the number of taxable farm estates by as much as 40 percent nationally. He also encourages farmers to work with an accountant or one of Extension's Farm Analysis Associations' specialists to ensure paying the right amount of tax. Pepper says producers can get more information about the Farm Analysis Association and their work with farmers by contacting their county Extension office. CAREER DAY AT TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE MIDDLE SCHOOL A Mortician, Paleontologist, Surveyor, Judge, County Commissioner, Emergency Medical Technician and Truck Driver were just a few of the many occupations represented at Tuskegee Institute Middle School Career Day in the fall. Career Day was scheduled during Career Awareness Week in order to pique students interest in unique careers. Coordinator Odessa Thomas sent invitations to local business and agencies to provide speakers. Ms. Page of Talent Search was also instrumental in the success of TIMS Career Day. School Principal Jacqueline Brooks stated that she is pleased that the students are able to gain insight and knowledge that will be truly internalized and comprehended from such activities as Career Day. Lunch waB provided for this event by contributions from local businesses and the PTA TIMS SALUTES STAFF AND STUDENTS CELEBRATE AMERICAN EDUCATION WEEK Tuskegee Institute Middle School hosted a variety of activities to salute American Education Week: "Teaching children to Think and Dream." The week commenced with a special tribute from students to teachers. On Tuesday, a brunch was given to [tonor retired teachers. The Support Staff of TIMS was treated to a luncheon on Wednesday. Rev. C. P. Noble delivered a motivational speech to the students and staff on Thursday. Culminating the entire week, Lanier High Schoors band per- formed an incredible selection of melodious tunes. What a great week!