The Sunday Record (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 22, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 29, 1943 Page: 4 of 4
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Mineola, Texas, Sunday, August 29,1943
We re proud of llie job our industry
lias done under experienced business
management. lint one wonl of eaution
is in order. Kieelrieity depends, in part,
upon fuel and transportation. Don’t
waste electricity just because it isn’t
GAS AND ELECTRIC COMPANY
... WHfCM will Johnny be ?
Without question, no rctl-blooiled, freedom-loving
American father or mother would want Johnny to be
like that misguided. rogimer.Ied Nazi lad. America’s
sons have a priceless heritage of Freedom that no
fuehrer-trained, goose-stepping Nazi yui-h run under-
stand or enjoy.
Next month American* "vo beintr a .-wed to hileil) our
Government FIFTEEN Pi U JON VAoA.VAS. This is
the greatest single fin:::’ I::! un:!erl..l:i::,» ir. i!ie history
of any country on oa. :h. Foopie < f the (full Stmii:.
as in ail America, v.iA have to dig deep inly lac I;*
Production end Ti’cr.smisslcn of Mature! Ci.: z:~z Oi! z:\
pockets So put over this Third War Loan Drive. But,
we W ILL do it- for no sacrifice or effort we must make
i- too great to make sure that the youth of America
shall never he the mere pawn of a tyrant dictator.
This Advertisement published in the interest of
speeding America s f icturv
UNITED SAS PIPE LINE COMPANY
A:id Associated Companies
::r.:!a! to VICTORY—Winning the War is our No. 1 job
Mr .and Mrs. Vincent Blalock
2nd Joy and Miss Pauline were
in Dallas Tuesday.
Mrs. Dtck Pendleton and Miss
Evelyn Vandiver were Tyler vis-
itors Wednesday afternoon.
Lieut. Buck Hicks of Tarrant
Field visited here quite fre-
quently during this past week.
IlLALK MARKETS spring up in the
trail of shortages.
There are no Black Markets in elec-
tricity because there are no shortages.
W ar production calls for tremen-
dous amounts of electric power. But
every industrial demand has been met
—and every essential civilian need lias
• Hear "Report to tke Nation," outstanding
news program of the week, every Tuesday eve-
ning, 9:30, E.W.T., Columbia Broadcasting
ov’t. Combines Income Tax Report
itl» Heat for Sure-fit e Insanity Test
If you have filed an income their gross income derived
ject to severe penalties. Dec- Tnenmp Toy
laration Forms 1040 ES filed r
on or before September 15, 1943,
may be amended by similai
Forms filed on or before De-
cember 15, 1943, if events occur
(after September 15 having a
tax return for the year 194^, fr0m farming operations. j material effect on the estimated
you will, within the very near ^ At the present time the of- I Income and Victory Taxes due
fuutre, receive a letter from j fice and field offjcers of the! for 1943.
your Collector of Internal ev Q0npCtor 0f internal Revenue,!
enue In formei years su^ a Dallas, are studying the pro- |
lette' at about this time o ~ visions of the new law so as
year would be a remin er o. | to abie to assist the tax-
you to pay another quar er y 4 pay,:rs in the Northern part of
*-- * j pay •. i o in tiic lYut tuciu i vji
installment on youi income ax | rpex„g jn the preparation of
the prior year. This year, ow , declaration rorms. it is
ever, the letter which you will |
W. M. Clanton Has
W. M. Clanton of Mineola Rt.
,, ...... .. ...... , , , ,1. observed his birthday Wed-
receive will enclose forms and | j August 18. Mr. Clanton
C011..C.O.S to v.„.t piacticany ail| was four score and three. He is
instructions for filing a Dec-
laration of your estimated In-
come and Victory Taxes for
1943 —the current year. The first
of such forms were placed in
the mail Tuesday. August 17,
by ihe Collector of Internal
Revenue for the Northern Divi-
sion of Texas at Dallas. Addi-
tional forms will be sent to
others of the approximately six
hundred and1 fifty thousand
persons who filed Income Tax
Returns with Dallas Collector j
for the year 1942. as soon as • lectors
the forms are received from I __
oi tne larger cities and towns i .. „ , , . „ . v ...
, . _ °\ , , still hearty and m good health
during the two week period be-
ginning. Monday, August 30,
and ending Saturday, Septem-
ber 11 Further information as
to the time these visits will be !
| and says he can do any kind
I of work except plow in the
| stumpy new ground.
made and the places which will \ ' and Mrs' Bucldie Skinnei
be visited by the zone deputy i ffenj: last Sunday in
collectors will be given in ad-
vance by way of posted and
newspaper notices, and appro-
priate radio announcements.
In order to obtain the assis- '
tance of these zone deputy col-
vou should have im-
mediately the following infor-
Mrs. Howard Martin spent
the week with her sister Mrs.
Here Next Week
A representative from the of-
fice of the Collector of Internal
Revenue in Dallas will be at
the Carlton Hotel in Mineola
Monday and Tuesday, August
30 and 31, it was announced
The tax representative will
be here for the purpose of con-
sulting and assisting taxpayers
in the preparation of their in-
come tax declarationwhich must
be prepared and filed by Sep-
tember 15. The declaration will
cover estimated 1943 income.
It was also stated that the
representative would be in Quit-
man Friday, and in Winnsboro
on Wednesday and Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Dicker-
son and Gayle of Tyler spent
Sunday here with her mother.
Mrs. W. E. Graham.
W. W. Casey was a business
visitor in Jacksonville Tuesday
Not all of the people who re- \ (1, The amount of tax shown
cem. these forms will be re-jon your 1942 Income Tax Re_
cuired to file declarations on; turn
or before September 15. The I ,21 The estimated Income and
following persons are required deduction Items expected for
to file such declarations: 1943
(1) Single, or married but) (3) The estimated amounts
not living with spouse at the j of Victory and Withholding j
date prescribed for the making! taxes withheld by your employ- j
of the declaration (whether or er from your wages or salaries
not head of a family), if he
had for 1942, or reasonably ex-
pects to have for 1943—
(a) gross income of
14' The payments you have
made during 1943 to the Collec-
more5 tor of Internal Revenue to be
than $2,700 from wages subject
to withholding; or
lb) gross income of $500 or
more from all sources, if more
that $100 of such income is
from sources other than wages
subject to withholding.
(2) Married and living with
spouse at the date prscribed for
the making of the declaration,
if h? had for 1942, or reason-
ably expects to have for 1943—
(fa) gross income from wages
subject to withholding which
when added to his spouse’s gross
income from such wages, ex-
ceeds $3500; or
• vb> gross income from sour-
ces other than wages subject
applied on your 1942 income tax
Zone deputy collectors will be
glad to render all possible as-
sistance in properly preparing
your declaration forms if yap
will bring along this necessary
In addition to the visits of
zone deputy collectors to the
various cities and towns in
Northern Texas, the zone of-
fices located in the sixteen lar-
ger cities, including Dallas, Ft.
Worth, Texarkana, Tyler and
Lon!:view, will be open during
busmess hours for principally
all the time between now and
September 15, when the dec-
laration is to be filed. Zone
to withholding which, when deputy collectors located in
added to his spouse’s gross in-
come from such sources, exceeds
$100, and also his gross income
from all sources exceeds $624
far, 1943, or the aggregate gross
these offices will also be glad
to render you all possible as-
Remember,—when you receive
fhe forms and instructions
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aicpme from all sources of both i from your Internal Revenue
spouses amounts to $1200 or j Tax Collector within the next
more for either 1942 or 1943. J several days—you should study
! -P 43 > Also, required to file dec-j the instructions to determine!
!>• ^rations are- Individuals, re-J whether you will be required to
paidless of marital status, who! tile a declaration. If so, you
■Were required to file an Income | should assemble at the earliest
Tax. Return for 1942 and whose j possible moment the informa- j
wages subject to withholding (lien necessary for preparation |
fhr 1^3 are reasonably expected i °t a declaration. If you need!
Iigiless than such wages for j assistance in preparing the dec-!
laration of your estimated In- 1
pyb penalties are provided j comc and Victory taxes for 1943
for Tafertve to file a declaration j y°u should immediately consult
requir ' under the law, or to |a zone deputy collector in one
of the sixteen zone offices lo-
cated in the major cities of
Northern Texas, or, if you re-
side in a smaller city or town.
pay the amount estimated tax
which is to be paid when such
declar* ion is filed. Therefore,
you wv.i want to study the in-
strucN'ns carefully, and file! y°u should watch your local
the , declaration on or before J newspapers for information as
Sept'fiber 15. if there is any j to ihe visit to be made by a
zone deputy collector during the
two weeks period beginning
Monday. August 30th, and end-
ing Saturday. September 11th.
Except for farmers who are to
file their Declarations on or be-
fore December 15, other per- l
sons required to file such forms |
must file them on or before
September 15, or become sub-
post bility that you may be re-'
- quir d • under the law to file
‘ the estimate of your Income
and Victory Tax for the year
'*• 1943. Farmers must file their
Declarations of 1943 estimated
Income and Victory Taxes on
or before December 15. Farmers
are deemed to be those persons
having at least 80 percent oi
The hearing on the 1944 budget for
Wood County will be held in the District
Court Room in the Courthouse at Quit-
man, September 1, 1943 at 3:00 o’clock
P.M. All citizens and taxpayer are in-
vited to be present.
JAMES E. OLD, County Judge
Wood County, Texas
Complete Family Protection
From Infancy to Old Age
Children—10c per Month up
Adults—20c per Month up
Vour neighbor belongs—why not you? . . . We are home
people and we pay our claims in full
J. H. ENGLISH
Burial Association—Funeral Home
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The Sunday Record (Mineola, Tex.), Vol. 31, No. 22, Ed. 1 Sunday, August 29, 1943, newspaper, August 29, 1943; (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth591160/m1/4/: accessed September 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Mineola Memorial Library.