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A--Tbe MslskottNews, Thursday, Dee. 10, 1NI e Ann d g {j K ---- H 'U,I INK By An n F ou nsavol I Amy had surgery last week and as a Houston Light and Power announced Growth and prosperity result I spent many hours in a hospital last week their plans to locate a multi- taken lightly in these days. room.While there I caught up on my million dollar generating plant in areas around are: reading, devouring every printed word Malakoff. North American Coal and recession and high in the daily newspaper. Getty announced plans to sell locally rates we have the The majority of news is depressing, I mined lignite to fuel the plant,one of the richest and found. On the national level we are in The long awaited economic boom for the nation. the midst of a recession that has shaken the area is now immenent. Along with Our fortune has the economy, unemployment rates are the economic boom will be growth and from the earth. growing by leaps and bounds as com- prosperity that will stimulate positive As a result, we should strivl panics and industries find themselves improvements for schools, businesses see that the good fortune caught in the no profit crunch of in- and churches, benefit to the entire area. flation and the word is out that Libya It will be an exciting time for the has sent over a bunch of assasius to kill area. It is a time that we have waited There is much work to be our leaders, for, anticipated and longed for.prepare for the years ahead. Internationally, the news is just as Typically, I had to be out of town for school officials must study, bad. Countries are fighting, terrorist the big announcement, build toward the future as continue to rampage and children are One thing I did get to do, however, never done before. starving, was to once again place a long discar- planning has become Locally, in Abilene where Amy was ded ,slogan from theflag of The must be carried forward at a haspitalized, a young mother had been Malakoff News. pace. taken from an all night grocery store In the early 1920's, when lignite first It will be an exciting ti and shot through the head. made history in Malakoff, The News news will be good. The It was good to bad where the news is proudly called itself "The Voice of the will continue to work to goodl Lignite City". We do so again, slogan, "The Voice of the Li O0000000000000000000OO0000000000 a o @ o THE PERFECT GIFT the one that lasts the whole year through Mal per year in Henderson and t adjoining counties $3 for Senior Citizens We will notify the o receiver by letter of your gift Mail your check today Box 509, Malakoff, Texas 40 Years Ago Malakoff and Trinidad families were brought even nearer to the full meaning to the word "war" during the past several days when they awoke to the realization that their own flesh and blood were possibly engaged in conflict in the islands and on the waters of the Pacific. A check-up of the service men from these adjoining communities, reveals that western Henderson County is represented in several instances in that particular sector. In seeking information regarding service men from these cities, the News has tabulated the following: O.W. Tubbleville, Jr. and H.M. Tub- bleville, sons of Mr. and Mrs. O.W. Tubbleville of Malakoff are stationed at Fort Hughes, Philippine Islands. Hubbard Nolen, son of Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Nolen and Julius Tiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. L.R. Tiner, Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. Sherwin and Weldon Rogers, sons of Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Rogers, Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico. Ed Robertson and Ray Vandagriff, Jr., former Malakoff boys, are in the O Navy and reported to be somewhere in board the U.S.S. Oklahoma, the Pacific. was set on fire by japanese Eugene Berry of Trinidad, is repor- Sunday. ted to have been aboard the U.S.S. Pen- Bill Airheart of Trinidad is nsylvania which was torpedoed Sunday at Pearl Harbor. afternoon. No information has David Clark of Trinidad, a sailor on here as to the fate of these WEEKLY m Now is the time for producers to get additional purchases of equ~ their tax act together, says Wayne supplies should be Taylor, economist-management for the January 1. Texas Agricultural Extension Service. If the producer needs a Taylor said thatproducers should fir- equipment, Taylor advises st determine where their business is now. The new tax laws now by adding up all income received to writing off a larger portion date this year and then estimating how chase price this year. much more income will be received Delaying income until before the end of the year. Secondly, also be good tax strategy add up all expenses to date, including reduced tax rates depreciation to be taken this year. Producers should check These calculations will give an idea of practitioner about the the taxable income and determine if Recovery and Tax Act some tax management is in order. If so, it affects their there is still time. These figures will management throughout the help determine if some sales need to be essential for delayed until the next taxable year or if sa much easier. f Questi,,ns and AnsWer' The Malakoff News Political Calendar will be published in each issue beginning January 1 and will continue until each of the elections the candidates have announced for have been decided, be it a local election or the primaries. Candidates' names will appear on the calendar for a par- ticular office in the order that they sign up with the News. Candidates can sign up for the calendar at any time Rrior to the election. Those doing so prior to January 1, 1982 wxll have their names in every issue in which the calendar will appear. Information on the charge for a candidate to appear in the calendar is available at the News office lilm "~ Memberl II INI 1~ .... I Published Continuously TEX,~ PR~d~ [ Since 1913 ASSOCIATION ,, I The Malakoff News Publisher ................................................ , .~ Dan Dwelle Business Manager .......................................... Tom Finley Editor ................................................. Ann Rounsavail Assistant to the Editor .................................... Lori Callaway Advertising Representative ............................... Ann Johnston By .lin)mv VanBeverS T~:ler i)ist'rirt Manager I Socia'l Security Ad %. ..... Q. I want to open a for my 2-year old daughter t says I need a Social Secur for her. What will I need to, never had a card. seAuY~U :ilil~:a te~l, to complet~ ~:~ phli!irn gP ~ h e t Y;plB:~:~o: g , Social Security proof of your identification. age and citizenship for your original birth certificate provided, if you are unable t original birth certificate, a h, tificate .or religious record, baptismal record can be us~ is under the age of five, no identity will be required. Q. I have some medical are still unpaid. My doctor accept assignment. My personnel told me they my claim to Medicare sement to me after I pay Production ........................................... Stacy Dunacusky The Malak0ff News (326700) is publislled weekly by Athens Prlnflng co. at Malakoff, 'Ix., post office address being P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, 'Ix 75148. Subscription rates: $5 per year in Henderson County (~ tor senior citizens); $8.50 per year in Texas; $7.50 per year elsewhere in continental United States. Second-class postage paid at Malakoff, "Ix. 75148. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to not afford to pay the . The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 509, Malakoff, 'Ix. 75148. . ,, ~ I ~ ~claim for reimbursemen~ ....... -~ ......... =-" "- ---~-~-~--.------- .... JL-,-~- .... medical expenses if I ha~ ~ n i ......... "= ..... ~'M-bVkNG~-"" ....... , ....... sementbill?A" YeS.of thoseYU medicalCan file for : Be sure you don't miss a single copy of your newspaper.' Just fill in the if the bill is not paid. form below with present address and your new one, and drop it in the mail (or bring it by the office). Present Address: Name Address City * State Zip New Address: Name_ .State Zip Mail to: The Malakoff News, P.O. Box 559, Malakoff Texas 75148 Address Security. The people there file a claim for will need your itemized bills. will be sent to Medicare along claim. Q. I am sometimes away children on Social Security day" and I am alwa will happen to my anything I can do to check? A. Yes, there is an easy waY City yourself of this worry. YoU your check deposited directly bank or other fin tact your preferred complete form they for this purpose. Have Security number on which yeas ting benefits available the financial institution. A paper bag can be sewing They're great for stuffing casional pillows. blic Yes, ! want to subscribe! Please send me a one year subscription to The Malakoff News. En- closed is my check for $ Name. Address SUBSCRIPTION RATES: $5.00 per year in Henderson County $6.55 per year elsewhere in Texas $7.55 per year elsewhere in continental U.S. Mail to: The Malmkeff News P.O. Box 509 Texas 75148 ()