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8A--The Malakoff News, Thursday, March N, 1981 a By KATHIPHINNY the pledge. Seniors Julie Sneed and The National Honor Society of Kim Tarkington also had speaking par- Malakoff High School held its annual to. induction on Monday, March 9, at 7:30 The new members inducted were p.m. juniors Kyle Kilman and Joe Campana. The induction began with the lighting The sophomores inducted were Brenda of the candies by Joe Campana and Hoyt, Michele Ashlock, Bonnie Tanner, Harold Holyfield. President Kathi Michelle Killingsworth, Vail Magiaras. Phinny, vice-president Kim Gawllk, After the ceremony, parents and frien- secretary Jeanette Johnson, treasurer ds were invited to a reception in the Lisa Wooiverton, and the torch bearer library. The National Honor Society is Kyle Kilman had speaking parts with sponsored by Mrs. Rosemary Me- principal Charles Wood administering Mullen. Spring fever arrives at school By KATHI PHINNY and to pop those T-tops and sun roofs off Spring fever has arrived at Malakoff those classy cars. Spring break will not High School l It's spreading in epidemic come too soon, for no one wants to be in proportions. There isn't a student who the classroom when the days are so hasn't contacted the "fever." pretty. The bright sunshine and warm days Monday, March 23, was the first day are reasons to bring out the shorts and of Malakoff students' spring break and thongs, to begin early in getting a tan, they will return to class on March 30. Experts give tax advice O (Eighth in a series of tax tip articles provided by the East Texas Chapter of the Texas Society of Certified Public Accountants) Money -- there never seems to be enough to go around. Whether it's to make ends meet or just to live a little better, a lot of folks have found a lot of honest ways to come by extra cash. As with all good things, extra money has its price. The price is extra income tax; the trick to paying extra taxes is to stay a jump ahead of them. If you don't, you may find that April holds a very unpleasant surprise for you - an over- whelming income tax bill. How do you stay ahead of those taxes from extra in- come? Wage earners who take a second job for regular wages usually can count on the tax withholding system to cover most of the additional income tax they'll owe. Some people, however, may find themselves in a higher tax bracket. They might want to increase their tax withholdings by giving either or both of their employers a revised form W-4, "Employee's Withholding Allowance Certificate." Millions of people, however, earn ex- tra cash that is not subject to the "pay- as-you-go" tax withholding system. Americans from all walks of life earn extra cash by selling piasticware, cosmetics, encyclopedias or household to know about estimated taxes. Many retirees receive taxable pensions from which no tax is withheld. You may own stock which pays regular dividends. Each year hundreds of people hit that once-in-a-lifetime state lottery or magazine sweepstakes prize. Thotumn-. ds are clever enough to walk away from TV quiz shows with cash and merchan- dise. Many vacationers beat the odds at gambling resorts. No matter where the money comes from, if it isn't taxed at the source before you get it you may be obliged to make estimated tax payments. It's not a choice; it's the law. The average employee who has tax withheld each pay period and a few ad- ditional dollars in income from a savings account -- maybe even a $50 prize won in a lottery or at a bingo game -- will not have to worry about estimated taxes. But those taxpayers who receive sub- stantial amounts of income from which no tax is withheld do need to be concer- ned. Here is a rule of thumb: Don't end up owing more than $100 at tax time or you could be penalized. Although there are exceptions, failure to make sufficient estimated tax payments may result in a penalty that cannot be waived for any reason. The, penalty on unpaid estimates tax owedl after Jan. 31, 1980 is 12 percent a year. products. Off-duty firemen often The form for filing estimated taxes is "moonlight" by doing handywork.Form 1040-ES, "Declaration of Teachers might paint houses during the Estimated Tax for Individuals." A summer. Journalists froe-iance. This list is endless. The extra income is fully taxable but not subject to withholding. Extra-income earners who have gross income of more than $500 from which no tax is withheld are often unaware of their obligations to pay taxes. The same is true of self- employed individuals, One way to help avoid surprises at tax time in such cases is to estimate taxes. worksheet 'for calculating your, estimate is" included. IRS Pub. 505, "Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax," gives detailed information about estimated taxes. Pub. 17, "Your Federal Income Tax," also contains a section on ~stimated taxes. Free tax publications and tax forms may be ordered by mail, using the or- der form that comes with your tax package each December. You can also What are estimated taxes and who order IRS materials by calling the IRS pays them? Estimated taxes, just as forms/tax information number listed in the name implies, are taxes based on the telephone directory. what you expect your tax liability to be These examples of taxpayers who~ by the end of the year. You might think must pay estimated taxes are not all-t of them as a sort of self-imposed inclusive. If you have extra moneyI wttnilolding system. You calculate the coming in, whether from a regularI amount yourself and pay in quarterly source or through a one-time stroke oil installments. The installment paymen- luck, check with the IRS or with yourI ts are necessary because the law tax advisor about your possible~ [,?uires that all income tax payments obligation to estimate taxes, made on a pay-as-you-go basis That may take a little of the fun out of rather than in an annual lump sum. the extra money when you get it, but it Moonlighters and self-employed in- will help you avoid what could be anI dividuals aren't the only ones who need unhappy surprise at tax time. Official application for Malakoff Little League Affiliated with Texas Teenage Baseball, Inc. Deadline: April 15, 1981 Name i ._ (Girl) ____ (Boy) ...... Phone______ Address ............................................................ City .......... State ________ Date of birth ............................ Age ......... Age as of Aug, 31, 1980 .w'___ Height ................... Weight ...................... School Team played on last year ..... Shirt size (circle one) "S .... M ....L" Small Adult Med. Adult We, the parents of the above named candidate for a position on a Malakoff Little League Baseball Team, hereby give our approval to his participation in any and all Malakoff Little League Baseball activities. We assume all risks and hazards incidental to such participation including transportation to and from activities and we do hereby waive, release, absolve, and indem- nify and agree to hold harmless the local Malakoff Little league Baseball league, the organizer, sponsor, supervisor, participant, and persons tran- sporting our child to and from activities for any claim arising out of any in- jury to our child whether a result of negligence or any other cause except to the extent and amount covered by accident or liability insurance. We agree to return upon request the uniform and other equipment issued to us in as good a condition as when received except for the normal wear and tear. We will furnish a certified birth cerificate upon request tVe herewith deliver our child's enrollment fee of $10.00. signature of parent signature of parent Date As a parent, we believe in the Malakoff Little League and will assist in this program by: ...... Scorekeeping ._ Coaching Phone No .......................... Address .................................... _: Concession help _ Pastgame Clean-Up ~_ Sponsor Name of sponsor May be mailed to: IIOWARD D. PATTISON Box 167, R.Route 2 Mabank, .Texas 75147 (214) 451-2840 *I have examined this application and supportive documents of age and find itto be in accordance with the rules and regulations of Malakoff Little League and hereby acknowledge the receipt of enrollment in the amount of $10.00. IAbout.... By LISAWOOLVERTON College Student Union Building in The excitement is rising as plans for Hawaiian fashion. The food will be the 1981 Malakoff Junior-Senior Prom catered by the ale' West Steak House of get underway. The prom is always a Athens. During the prom the Will will special time, and this one proves to be be be read by Richard Jordan and Julie no less memorable. Shoed. The Prophecy will be read by The theme for the prom is "Tropical Hazel Jackson and Jay Jay Mullins, Love." A professional decorator has The entertainment will be a D-J from been hired by the Junior Class to Dallas. The prom will be held on April decorate the Henderson County Junior 11. Seniors attend Career Day By KATHI PHINNY The seniors of Malakoff High School along with seniors from other area high One-act play cast prepares for show By KATHI PHINNY One-act play members are burning the midnight oil these days in preparation for their first performance of "The Doll's House." The time perlod of "The Doll's House" is around the turn of the cen- tury and will be carried out by props and costumes of the period. The play consists of six characters: Nora Hellmer, Marlum Venabloe; Torvald schools attended the annual Career Day at Henderson County Junior College March 3. Students assembled in the auditorium and were welcomed by the faculty and student body representatives. A slide show containing the year's activities at the college was shown. The seniors then attended career sessions of their choice. Lunch was provided by the college with HCJC's stagehand and cheerleaders entertaining the guests. To add to the excitement, door prizes were also given away, Malakoff senior Mindy Olson won an AM/FM radio. Af- ter a brief period for seniors to get ad- ditional information about HCJC, the career day came to a close. Hellmer, Richard Jordan; Christine Read pattern Linde, Julie Sneed; Neal Krogstad, Gaylon Edwards; Dr. Rank, Liniey before laying out Dyer; and Helen (maid), Vail Maglaras. In homesewing, always read the pat- The cast and crew will travel to tern guide-sheet from beginning to end Falfield on Saturday, April 4, for UIL before laying out the pattern on the competition. The play is under the fabric, cautions Becky Sounders, direction of Mrs. Jewel Cotton. clothing specialist. LONGVIEW -- The second annual the operation of a bus a School Bus Safety Roadeo will be held view with officio on May 9 at Pine Tree High School in Driving skills will be Longview. School bus drivers from se offering a number of Northeast Texas will be competing for obstacles. trophies and the chance to compete in Drivers must negotist state competition in June. passenger bus through a The competition is for drivers from four inches wider than schools served by the Region VII and They must drive the bus Region VIII educational service con- balls only inches wider ters. dual wheels. There is a The roadeo is designed to give cer- leading exercise, railroad tiffed bus drivers an opportunity to ira- equipment defects test. prove their performance by competing The driver will need a against each other in driving skills, and must observe all knowledge of regulations and stopping, loading mechanical operation of the bus. to, according to Steele. "The whole ide~ is to promote school Some schools will be bus safety by improving driver skills," contests to select their said Neilan Steele, assistant superin- roadeo. Deadline for tendent of special services for Pine day, April 27 and forms Tree and president of the East Texas mailed to Neflan Steele, Association for Pupil Transportation. P.O. Box 5878, Longview, "We will send our area winners to the For more information state contest set for Galveston on June roadeo contact Steele; 16," he said. Hallsville ISD; Ciydt Bus drivers will compete in a written Daingerfield ISD; or examination covering regulations on Region VII, Kflgore. Army offers education ben, High school graduates in the forafour-yearenllstment." Malakoff area are eligible for up to "Additionally, recipients $20,600 in college benefits through $300 a month in enlistment in the U.S. Army. school. The number payments vary depending o,I The program is eligible for bonafide of enlistment. In other high school graduates who score 50 or year enlistment would higher on the Armed Forces monthly payments Qualification test and enlist for two, years for 27 payments three or four years in one of the critical and four year military job skills. Further, individuals payments totaling $10,800. must be nonprior service. This means an "There are two types of benefits enlisted in one of the available under this test program," ex- could receive a total of: plained Major Larry L. Raab, Com- a four-year enlistment. The mander U.S. Army Dallas District enlistment may also Recruiting Command. "The gover- enlistment bonus of up tc nment will contribute $1200 in tuition the cash bonus and assistance for each year of service, the total package could This means $2400 for a two-year enlist- For more Information, ment, $3600 for three years and $4800 Recruiters. O O The grace ye are saved through, The substance of things hoped for, The evidence of things not seen,! Attend the church of your choice this Sunday. HARBOR HOUSE RESTAURANT, CLUB AND MARINA Star Harbor 489.0810 SUNNY GLENN RESORT "Rough it in comfort" Hiway 90 489-0715 MALAKOFF INSURANCE AGENCY 102 South Tsrff 4119-0512 Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Garrison THE BARBER SHOP East Royall Blvd. 489.0455 Les Williams and Earl Gentry TANNER MOTOR COMPANY 105 East Mitchsm 489-1292 The Tanner Family A New Day A New Way Each day is a brand new opportunity to change the way you live. A new chance to put aside old unproductive and uncreative waya of thinking and behaving. A good place to start your new way nf living is in daily reading of yonr Bible. ![ you read it with an open mind and a fresh approach, you will find that even old familiar passages will take on new mean- ing for you. As you read all kinda of new pos- sibilities for prodnctivc living will unfold be- fore vour eyea. ~ read your Bible each day. You'll fiud a new way to start each new day. If your churChi included call, K&K KOATINGS, Highway 31 East Mrs. SHOPPE 106 N. Terry Marlin and Karen DAIRY OF Highway 31 West Faye ParkinS CITY SUPPLIES, THE MALAKOff NEWS 489-0531 THE CARPET DEPOT 212 Terry Mr. and Mrs. Heal Hampy CEDAR LAKE NURSING HOME West Royail Blvd. 4119-1702 Management and Staff DULANEY AUTO SUPPLY "Pleasing You Pleases Us" 611 Highway 31 f.at U~1533 M~, and Mrs. Bud Dulaney FRED SONNTAG FORD, INC. 303 W. Roydl Blvd. 489-0506 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sonntag MAI.AKOH.' CIIUR('II I,F CIIRIST C.(', Abbott, Minister , Sunday School ................ 10:00 a m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I 1:00 a.m Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6:00 p m Wednesday Service ............. 6:30 p,m. Tuesday Ladies Bible ('lass ..... 10:00 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST ('IIUR('Ii OF MALAKOFF James ('heatham, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9:45a.m Sunda~y Morning Worship ...... l 1:00 a m Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p m Wednesday Worship ............ 7:00p.m Girls Auxiliary, Monday ........ 3:30 pm. WMU, Tuesday ................. 9"00a m "Choir Practice: Sunday, Bond of Love ........ 4: 15 p m Celebration Sunday .......... 6:O0p m. Tuesday. Young Musicians .... 3:30 p. m. Wednesday, Adult Choir ....... 7: 30 p m Thursday, Music Makers ....... 2:30 p.m. PARKVIEW MISSIONARY BAPTIST CIIURCII Danny Pltts, Pastor Sunday School .................. 9 : 45 a n~ . Sunday Morning Worship ...... I0:55 a.m, Training Service .............. 6:00 p.m Sunday Evening Worship ....... 6:45 p.m. Wednesday Night WMA ........................ 6:45p,rn Prayer Meeting .............. 7:30 p,m ('AI,VARY BAPTIST CIIUH('II OF TRINII)AD Bill Watson. Minister Sunday School .................. 9:45a m Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:45 a.m. Sunday Training Service ........ 6:00 p m Sunday Evening Worship ....... 7: 00 p. m Wednesday .................... 7:30pm. Auxiliary, Wednesday ........... 6:30 p.m ( 'RO&q ROAI)~ UNITED METIIODIST CIIUR('II Randy Warren. Pastor Sunda y Morni ng Worship ........ 9: 30 a m. Sunday School ................. 10:30 a m. Bible Study .................... 6: 30 p.m. Gospel Singing Every 2nd Friday of month ...... 7:30 pro. MAI.AKOFF FIRST UNITED METII(IDIST (llUR('II Rand)' Warren. Pastor Sunday SChool ................ 10:~)a m Morning Worship .............. I1:0(;a m Evening Worship ................ 6: 30 p. m Wednesday Chancel Choir ...... 7:30 p.m~ United Methodist Women meet 2nd and 4th Mondays ......... 2: 30 p m. FFF meets tat and 3rd Tuesdays .................... II :Ooam A~4EMBI,Y OF (;OI) Ken Jones, Pastor Sunday School ................. 9: 45 a. m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... lO: 45 a m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p. m Wednesday Mid-weekService, 7:oop.m TRINIDAD CIIUR('II t)F ('IIRIST Robert Foster, Minister 771~-25341 Sun(/ay School .................. 9:30a.m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... I0:30 am. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p m. Sunday Song Service ............. 5: 30 p. m. Wednesday Mid-week ........... 7' 30 p.m. Wednesday, Ladies Bible (;lass ........................ 10:00a m. ST. JUDE'S MINION Father B.G, Eades Services held at Luther Lane at Hwy 85 Sunday Mass .................... 8:30a.m. Sunday ,School immediately after mass FIRST BAPTIST ('IIL'HCII t)F TRINII)AD Danny haler. Minister Sunday School ................ 9:45 a.m, Sunday Morning Worship ...... I1:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 7:00 p.m. Wednesday ..................... 7:00 p.m. FIRST UNITED METIIOI)IgT ('IIL'R(ll t)F TRINII)AD Melvin Rowland, Minister Sunday School ................. 9: 4~ a. m. Sunday Morning Worship ....... 10:~ a.m. Sunday Evening Worship ........ 6:00 p.m. UMYF .......................... 6:45 p.m. Fellowship Supper 4th Wednesday ............... 6:30 p.m. Ladies Bible St udy, Tuesday .... 9:30a.m & 510 W. FOOD MALAKOFF, Highway 31 W. Open Fri, and Sat. 8! E, McKEE LUMBER CO. 206 East Royall Blvd. 489.0527 Gene Berry, manager CITIZENS STATE BANK North Terry 489-0530 ' .... I JIM DAY ENTERPRISES ACTION ELECTRIC R.H. Lee Park 211 E. Royall Mslokoff Your Host .... 489-J 5 l 489-0910 Jude and Judy Glasscock This Feature is published with the'thought that more people will attend church. It is sponsored by firms 100% interested in our community.