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2A77__l~__Ma___~koff_ N~e~__,Thu~Y, Feb. 12, !981 .... @ il , o 20 years ago L Work of the new Henderson County Appraisal District is un- derway and officials of local governments have been called on to make their first payments to support the legislative mandated overation. The idea behind the new district is for more equalized taxation within counties, at a lesser cost. Local tax agency officials have complained that the cost is not less, but in fact a much greater expense for taxpayers. Irregar- dless, the law states that the fee assessed on each tax district must be paid, or taxes within that district cannot be collected. Showing at the Trail Drive-In in Athens this week is "One Foot in Hell" starring Alan Ladd. Second feature is "Jet Over the Atlantic" with Guy Madison and Virginia Mayo. Weekend specials at Phillips Foods are cake mixes, 3 for $I; Lettuce, 10 cents a head; slab bacon, 49 cents a pound; and fresh frozen hens, 29 cents a pound. To win your Valentine's heart, say "I Love You" with fashion gifts from Ki.r- by's. Blouses, $1.98; Ladies Robes, $3.99; and beautiful handbags, $2.98. Malakoff city councilmen have spent many hours in the past 30 years ago , several months discussing the costs, advantages and disadvan- tages to their district. They have determined that taxpayers will James Walter 'Tapley, 54, brick yard pay more, at least for the next five years, for nothing better than they have now. Malakoff councilmen postponed approving the mandated payment of over $6,000 for several months, and then finally voted against the payment with a 3-2 split vote. At the next meeting they received letters from the city attorney advising them that by law they must pay, or risk the entire city's tax base. At that meeting they voted to pay the fee. \ Later, councilman Tommy Tanner said, "I don't know why they asked us to vote on it if we don't have any choice." We agree. Adults don't appreciate being placed in the position of puppets on a string. Especially when someone keeps pulling the string on the right arm. The appraisal district may someday become what it was en- visioned to be by our state legislators. For the sake of local tax- payers we sincerely hope so. Until then, however, local officials should not be placed in a position of approving payment of something that they have no real choice about. It makes a mockery of their vote. ANN ROUNSAVALL employee here, was found dead Friday afternoon beneath his pickup truck just off a sharp roadway curve a few hun- dred yards east of the Texas Clay Products plant: Tapley was on his way to work when the fatal accident oc- cured. James L.Scholl, USN-1/c, is back in the states after a six months tour of European waters. Jess Humphries, well-known businessman and stockman, died at his family home here Monday evening, following a critical illness which he bad suffered for the past three months. Roy Parnell of Athens, former Malakoff man, has been named Chair- man for Henderson County of the East Texas Chamber of Commerce. 40 years ago Orval Pirtle, superintendent of the Cross Roads Schools, was~ named president of the Henderson County Teacher's Association at their regular meeting last Thursday. : L. J. Thomas, Charles Anderson, W. T. Dollar, Billy Scott, Marion Orrick, LeRoy Phillips, Amon Moore, Goober Owens, Ford Dodson, Billy Selman, J. D. Hounsel, and Billy Donnelly were the Tigers to receive letters for the 1940 football season last week. 50 years ago Jett Crawford, well-known Malakoff bird dog trainer, won five places in the recent field trial events at Marshall. His dog, Puppy Stake won first place in the Derby and first and second places in the all-age. Mrs. T. A. Bartlett Sr., served dinner for six in her home here on Tuesday evening honoring her daughters, Misses Theretta and Therma. The guests were Miss Grace Flagg, and Messers Weldon Moore, R. H. Pickle and Thomas Moore. A deal was closed here Saturday af- ternoon where J. D. Maguire became the owner of the W. T. Cobb Sandwich stand on West Mitcham Street, 60 years ago A thirty-five gallon coppei" still was captured in the Mankin settlement, nor- th of Trinidad this week by Deputy Sheriff Tom Ray. The Flagg Lake Well in the Hog Fork area, is reported to have reached the depth of 1200 feet. Oil, it is said, is plainly visable on the surface of the slush pit. Pat Neff is making it hard for those who slandered him in their newspapers during the recent election. H /ij:: :i It may look like a jungle, but in fact, your Classified section contains many hidden treasures! You don't have to a native to hunt down all the valuable informa- tion.., right there at your fingertips! See how easy it is to track down buyers for your merchandise...or to discover a world of shopping services that interest you...from apartments to antiques, autos to auctions... and just about everything else in between! Read all about the extra, extra inside knowledge you'll find.., in the classifieds! HAVE YOURS INCLUDED AS WELL 15 WORDS FOR ONLY $2.00 CALL 489-0531 By Ann Rounsavall f at the cut-off," I suggested, "and find out where it's coming from.' Following my "calf with the bicycle faucet was on its head" incident last week I Naturally when the sink thought it should be smooth sailing for water it overflowed onto the: me for awhile. A person shouldn't have eventually to the too many silly things happen to them in discovered that a a row. installed one side of the No such luck. Mother called me at off in one direction, and the~ work last week to tell me that water was running everywhere around the What we had thought rent house. "We can bear water run- tua!ly on. ning in the kitchen," she said. "I'll get What do you say to a Dad to go down and turn the water off at have called with a frantic the cut-off." plumber who drove from a Aware that new renters were due to town at night to answer the move in the next day I was frantic to a female who knows find a plumber. Bobby, of course, was plumbing. What do you say out of town. I called and pleaded with a and the plumber are friend to have his plumber brother call looking at a faucet pouring me that night. True to his word, the just like it is supposed to do? .brother called, and said he would meet Fortunately we found a me at the house in a few minutes, the sink that had a sli It is a frame house, with the kitchen asked him to put in a new plumbing behind an outside wall. We whatever you do to stop took the boards off to expose the inner turned off the faucet. workings, and found no problem area. Needless to say Bobby was "Let's just go turn the water back on pleased with the way I had latest mini-emergency Fortunately, I did know where the ignored him. cut-off was located. Sure enough, as After having to stand soon as the water came on we heard the that plumber in the eye spewing. Water was running at a fast ched water running from pace somewhere in the kitchen, nothing he could say We all took off running to the inside of more affect on me. One can the house, and there it was. The sink like so much of a fool, then no| QI!ESTI()NS ANI) ANSWERS SOCIAL SECURITY By Jimmy VanBevers Tyler District Manager Social Security Administration Q. Last year I Worked for two em- sing home. He gets SSI and ployers and earned over $20,000 from by both Medicare and each. Since each employer withheld his SSI checks continue? social security tax on the full amount of A. If your father is in a my salary, I paid well over the sing home. hisSSlehecks maximum tax for the year. Can I get a but the amount refund? any countable income. If A. Yes, you can get a refund or you public institution, his SS! can have the excess social security tax may stop. A reduced you paid credited toward your Federal $Z5 can be made to a Income tax for the year. You make this Medicaid-supported claim when you file your Federal in- facility. come tax return. The refund will not be Q. At what age can a made automatically, number be issued to a child? Q, I am not old enough to r~tire but A. A social security I've been reading about people not get- Issued to a person of ting social security even though they've frequently issue, soeelal worked all their lives. Is there any way hers In the names of small to find out if I am getting credit for my young children so that savln work? can be set up for them. If A. Yes there Is; In fact, social enough to read and write security encourages people to check complete their own their earnings records every 3 years (in young children, a parent or many cases, only those errors made can complete the during the previous "3 years can be The application must be corrected). To check your record, ask by the child's birth for a special form (ssa-7004) from any other record for identlflcati~. social security office. When the records as newspaper notice#~ statement comes, you can check social day care or nursery records~il ' security's records against your own. If records and school records o*~ there are any disagreements, you as thlsidenUncatiourecord, should notify your social security office Classified Ads Sell immediately. ,~ Q. My father recently entered a nur- Call 489-0531 - I I I Since 1913 [ The Malakoff New i | Publisher ....................................... . DanD~ I I Editor ..... ~ ................. Ann Roun#~ I I Th~~koff, Tx. ! c~~ i'n Texas; f/~: ~ted S~tes, Sec~d~lau p~ge paid at MalakoTf, '['g.~[ POSTMASTER Seek f Newa, P.O, Box 509, Ma~koff, T~ Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper. Just fill form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in thee (or bring it by the office). Present Address: :: Name Address City New Address: Name State Address City / State Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff Texas 75148 i !: Yes, I want to subscribe! i -l d .... t -- M I k0ff NeWs'~ () r ease sen me a one year suuscrtpuon o "me a a closed is my check for $ ..... _ Name ........ Address , II () Cllte~Y se send a gift subscription in my n:Zet.e~~:ipyJ "! $ Send to: Name Address City __State SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $5.00 per year in Henderson County $5.50 per year elsewhere In Texas $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: ~ Malekef! News , Malakoff Texas 75148