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January 14, 1941     Shelton Mason County Journal
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o More Motorists against John Hawk, Union, 8 S year after his arrest by State; . f .tterm awa Patrolman Cliff Aden and DeputyI 16 Vlcmry a ter ‘n g y Sheriff Fred Hickson Saturday; ; . . . 1 knot the night five miles north of Shelton; ton mmea bmmant y to on the Olympic highway. Hawk's trail when they found two ' cars in the ditch near the airport! Out Of the which had been forced off the highway ilton, Route 2, Sunday morning in Shelton on a negligent driving charge which will be heard this e t t and Hickson had arrested Wright! Page Two .1 - Junior Hi Rally Knots Count But Chehalis Victor Chehalis junior high almost lost la game it had won from Shelton ljunior high here Saturday after- l noon, but pulled out with an 18 to Arrested, Fined g For Violations; Drunken driving charges filed! re-' ulted in a $50 fine and suspen- ion of his driving license for a la 12 to 4 halftime lead as Shel- icount at 15-all two minutes be- fore the gun. 3 Had Jim Toby not been forced battle on personal ‘fouls Shelton might have pulled’ Aden and Hickson were put on% lout with the verdict, but Toby, after scoring eight points during Shelton’s big comeback, was chas-I ed after the score hadbeen knot-g ted and with him went Shelton's! by Hawk‘s machine. Aden arrested George W. Ham- vening. spark, Mel Wright of Shelton was sen-l coaCh Hugh Clark was well weed to lib dry?» in jail by JUS"lpleased with the way his kids! ice M. C, Zintlieo after Adenlfought back, although he didn’t think they played as well as they in Skokomish Valley Saturdardid at Aberdeen last Wednesday. night and Charged hlm Wlth vag' l Aberdeen comes to Shelton this “HWY- 2Wednesday for a return (contesti 1 plates were fined $5 apiece Justice Zintheo yesterday after! their arrests by Aden over the weekend. Three more motorist! driving heir cars without 1941 licensel by starting at two o'clock in Lincoln gym- The Chehalis second cam won a 23 to 2 verdict over the Shelton .peewees in Saturday’s preliminary. The lineups: l FlRST TEAMS l Chehalis (18) Shelton (16M UNDERGOES OPERATION Mrs, James Evans of Agate, is ROSbaCk ------ "F ------------ -- Ludeenl convalescing at Shelton hospital Taylor 4 -------- --F -------- -- RObertsonl Sears 4 Toby 8 after undergoing an operation per- f Rayton 6 ........ Fishback 2 .... Parsons 2 Subs: Chehalis—Owens, Benny, gCallison, Chase, McMichaels. Shel- iton—-Rector 2, Temple, Plemons. I l SECOND TEAMS I ormed there last week. Savage 4 GM“ .—-— .Chehalis (23) Shelton (2) l lGalusha 8 . Hopland; THEATRE 'Paderick 4 . Smith-l SHELTON. WASHINGTON Birtchet 8 ------ -»C-- Daniels! . r Stringfellow 3 G.. Binnsl _ Jaeger .............. ..G ............ .. McGuire‘ Two shows every mam Subs: Chehalis—— Fortune, Ros- Startlng at 7:00 P.M. back, Brodwick, Shelton#O’Neill, Crackola, Pinck- ncy, Richardson 2, Robertson. ' iOwls Thrashed Badly Bartly, Oban, Matlnee 2:15 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Adm.. 10¢ and 25¢, plus tax (State 2¢; Federal 3¢) Last Time Tonight Lioclips soundly thrashed Mary Knight, 48 to 10, in 21 Tri- Ccunty league basketball contest “Down Argentine Way” Don Amechee Betty Grable at Maciips Friday night as R. Berquist and Ferguson staged a scoring spree between themselves. The Owls were never in the . game. The lineups: \Vednesday Moclips (48) (10) Mary Knight iNewlun 3 ...... ..F .......... .. Lonsberg _ R. B' u‘ t 10 H 4 Renal Colman — Gmger‘ lFerg‘fisfn 10 _________ “112356” R°gers Rickert 6 Beebower 3 ‘LUCKY PARTNERS’ l l quist 4, Van Rooy 8, Koontz, Arm— ‘strong. Mary Knight, White, Roth- rock, Price. Fine Catch Sunday 0f i Blackmouth, Cutthroat 1 Excellent fishing ,ported in the bay here with in- ldi-cations that it will continue to Thursday 15¢ NITE Friday Saturday “ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS” Allan Jones Nancy weeks. One of the fine catches reported llast weekend consisted of seven blackmouth and cutthroat, with the cutthroat being the largest, made by Cecil Bingham and Del Cole. W—b—o-MM ‘—_,—‘-— ; HARLEM e GLOBETROTTERS WILL BE HERE SUNDAY, JANUARY 19 Most of proceeds to be turned over to Mason County “Fight Infantile Paralysis Fund.” '— “I M “liCAQYILCMm Mu“) M ’ Gloss. leofiERS , ARE. _. VISITORS HEREAAQN Ioso,o§<‘>‘“s£i“1‘8§w N Amen" LAST .YE . TWO'GAMES 2:30—Fast Preliminary R.R.R.’s of Seattle vs. Shelton Town Team 3:30—GLOBE TROTTERS vs. Pantorium Pirates General Admission 50c; Students 25¢ l 1 At Moclips, 48 to 10‘ is being re ii limprove steadily for the next few, 0 PRO Hoop CHAMPS PLAY HEREIJANUARY 19 l world last March. ing this fifth annual appearance 50,000 Tacoma, Jan. 13—(Speeial) —- [Uncle Sam’s army of Federal in— -Sleasman 1 ____ ..G .............. _. Corey 3leomc tax payers in this district Subs: Moclips—~Metcalf 6, Berg—‘ which dropped to a low of slight- ly over 70,000 in 1934 but which has been growing continuously since, reached the impressive to- tal of 155,000 during the calendar year of 1940. This represented a« gain of 25,000 over 1939 and set the highest total ever established in the Internal Revenue collec‘ tion district of Washington and Alaska. Thor'W. Henricks‘en', Aet- ling Collector, announced today lthat income tax forms to report incomes for 1940 are being mail- ed to every taxpayer who filed a return for the year 1939. The annual filing date for returns is March 15th. The administration 0; the new Revenue Act of 1940 embracing the broad defense taxes and low— er exemptions affecting incomes earned during the year 1940, the collector anticipates that more than 50,000 new taxpayers will be required to file returns before the annual due date. Extensive prep— arations are being made through, the cooperation of employers tO' make returns available for these1 added taxpayers. The Revenue Act of 1940 haSI many important changes with re- spect to liability of individuals for, ifiling income tax returns. The l l baziu for determining liability is the amount of gross income, not net income, has been in effect in recent revenue laws. Individ- uals under the following circum- stances, the collector stated, are required to file returns coyoring the calendar year 1940: (1) Sin». gle individuals, or married indi- viduals not living with husband or wife, having a gross income of $800 Or more: and (2) Married iindividuals living together having \ a combined gl‘ossiiicome of $2,-‘ 000 or more. Basedon the new provisions every citizen or resident of the United States, it was stated to- day, will be required to file a re- turn for the taxable year 1940 if his gross income in 1940, regard- less of the amount of his net in- ;come, comes within the amounts specified for’h—is particular status. A return must be filed even, though by reason of allowable1 deductions from gross income and! of allowable credits against netl lincome it develops that no tax is‘ l due. Form 1040!; should be used for gross income of not more than $5,000 derived from salaries, we.- ges, interest, dividends and an- nuities. Form 1040 should be used for gross income from sal-l aries, wages, interest, dividends and annuities of. more than $5,- 000; or if any part of the incomcl lis , derived from sources other lthan salaries, wages, interest, di— vidends or annuities. Form 1040 should be used regardless of the amount of income. While returns must be filed on or before March 15, 1941, with the Collector of Internal Revenue at Tacoma, Washington, it is urged that they be filed as soon as possible. p/“M‘M figmgx Above is a composite group picture of the individual members of the famous original Harlem l Globe Trotters, Negro basketball wizards who won the professional basketball championship of the The Globe Trotters play in Shzlton January 19 with proceedls of their exhibition going to the President's'sirthday Infantile donating part of their share of the gate receipts while the city basketball league, which is sponsor- to the “fight infantile paralysis” campaign. ADDITIONAL INCOME TAXPAYERS EXPECTED HERE; l affects SUV-tax net incomes between . = vious year. .February 15, 1941. The collector stated that if there is any doubt as to the tax- payer's liability for filing a re- turn, and if no blank is available lfron'i an employer, request can lbe made of the Collector of In- ternal Revenue whose office is located in Tacoma, Washington, orlflfrom One of the «branch offices cities: Seattle, Spokane, Yakima, lWenatche‘e, Walla Walla, Aber- deen. Bellingham, Everett and for the“’I‘,erritory of Alaska in the of- fices at‘Juneau, Anchorage a n d Fairbanks: Forms have also been made available with the principal He: "‘Giddap." w lch are located in the following] SHELTON-MASON COUNTY 'JOURNAI: s“... “NR _. . _. bis/I PaRaIYSis Fund in Mason County. The Globe Trotters are of the Globe Trotters here, is turning over half of the net proceeds l ,Journal Represented 1 At W.N.P.A. Institute! Editor Grant C. Angle, Adveru ,, .,,_.§ tising Manager Dick Watson and‘ PPStHiaNLersimid Federal comm)" News Editor Bill Dickie repre—. sioners located throughout the, d . 1 w . Territory of Alaska. The collect- same. the Jouma at the 9.:h a” or cautioned that individuals who'lllual mStltUte 0f. the waShmg’Fm‘ lNewspaper Publishers Aesomation fail to file returns under the Cir-‘ . , . , cumstances outlined will be sub- l held 1“ Seattle laSt rhurSday’ Fr" day and Saturday. ject to the imposition of penal-l ' _ An interesting and instructive‘ ties as prescribed by law. i d b th 1 Fiduciary and partnership re- prog’am was emde y 9 mm“ . . . , r , newspapermen With talks by Gov,‘, turns, Forms 1041 and 1060 re lArthur B. Langlie’ Palmer Hoyt’l spectivcly, have been mailed to . , . c 3 publisher of the Portland Oregon- all taxpayers in those classics who l mu, Herb Grey, advertising man_ have reviousl filed re arts with the 'lpacmna gffice; CIdrporationlaggr' 0f. the Mildford (enigma): Forms 1120 and the supplemental Mail Tribune, ant. other outstand-l Form 1121, which will permit the mg men- l computation of excess-profits tax- 1 5 es under the Second Revenue Act: of 1940, have not as yet been rc-l ceived and cannot be distributed until a later date. The forms that have been dis-i tributed to individual taxpayersl are similar to those used in pre-l vious years with the exeep’tion, that pl'UVlSlOl'l is made for thei computation and addition of a ten percent defense tax which the, law provides must be added to all; taxes .computed to be due. The. surtax rates have been adjusted upward for taxpayers subject to such surtaxes. ‘The first increase $6,000 and $8,000. The surtax' rate for this bracket in 1939 was five percent and netted $180. The same taxpayer on the same ill-l come for 1940 will pay a rate of; six percent. or $200. A gradual? upward adjustment of surtaxesi will require the additional pay- ment of larger taxes generally. No change in the normal rate of four percent has been made under the present law. Income tax returns for 1940 are the first return:- on which a taxpayer may claim a credit for business net losses a pre- Crcdit for these loss— e: are 'subjcct to certain limita-l tlons which are explained on in- struction sheets attached to the return. Further information may be obtained upon request to the office of the collector. - The new and important provis- ions of the Revenue Act of 1940 further seek the cooperation of employers to. determine the lia- bility of taxpayers generally. Ef- fective for the taxable year ended after December 31, 1939, everv employer is required to file an information return, Form 1099, ONLY $2.5. MORE FOR AN and report all payments of $800: or more paid to unmarried per-J sons and $2,000 or more paid to. married persons. In all cases where the marital status of an employee is unknown, he or Shel must be reported as; single In-‘ formation returns must be pre- pared and forwarded to the Com- missioner of Internal Revenue, Washington, D. C. on or before! The previous’ law required‘similar reports but the new law’ has increased the, number of information returns-l necessary from $1,000 to $800 for" single persons and from $2,500I to $2,000 for married persons. 1m} formation returns are being mail-l ed to all employers throughoutl the district and additional forms! are available at Tacoma or any} i I EIGHT IN ANY MODEL! l l A GENERAL MOTORS MASTERPIECE branch office of the collector. Drummer In Da Ruff In the days when a horse was a Chapemney the hatpin W35 3' adds definitely to that impression. weapon, and telephone booths . . . , . . . were m the backyard In reality, however, Pontiac prices are within Time_,9:3o p. x reach of any new car buyer. They begin at place—01d ox Road $828 and progress upward in very l l Characters-vFarmer‘s daughter,l the hired man, and old dobbin. I He: “Whoa.” 1' She: “No.” 3 Phone 188 iris. Seals May ‘to swell the total sales, Mrs. Eu- ‘gene Browning, treasurer of the! ' the . ‘arol v from 'petition they will lat the Pan-Pacific Auditorium. .l Take fiomflwk MANY PEOPLE FIND it hard to believe that a new Pontiac “Torpedo” costs as little as it does. That is easy to under- stand. Pontiac looks like 2 lot of money. And the luxury 'of its Fisher body 'l‘uesdzl I Strictly Fresh 1 l l Be Deducted From , 1940 Income Tax" LL street cars in Melbourne, l Australia, are equipped with l loudspeakers so passengers can l i l l While the ChriStmaS 5931 Cam“ hear the conductor call out the paign formally closed on Christ- Stops NOW if they only had mas Day, late returns are expected so'me' way tn make what he says understandable. i? 1‘ t ‘ Mason County Tuberculosis As-l ’ sociation, announced today. Returns so far have fallen short of the amount needed to carry onl , , y the necessary work in 1940 ac-l dejrStWId, ‘t‘th‘ngs 5m] are!” cording to Mrs. Browning, but shel Cllemg In Europe- expressed confidence that the post—l " ‘1 ' _ ;' holiday totals would materially in-l In Pennsylvania an army an" ‘ crease the final figure. corps lieutenant’s bride wore a Income tax payers were remind- 30W“ made'lrom , a ParaChuFOy i ed today by Thor W. Henricksen,I And he thought It was a me deputy collector of internal rev-1 53V”! enue, that money paid for Christ— mas Seals and Health Bonds may; be deducted next spring from in-l come tax returns. Mrs. Browning, in a statement issued through the Christmas- Seal Sale Committee, said: 1 “Christmas Seal purchasers mayi deduct the amounts they contribw ute on their income tax blanks under the heading, ‘Contributions to religious, educational and chari~l table institutions.’ It is import-i Mrs. Ida Kirkland and Mrs ant to SPECifyv in making SUCh de'l Frank Harrier returned to theiri more than 2,000,000 artificial , teeth during 1940. We can’t un- l t O 1 In Texas archaeologists have found the neck of a dinosaur ; measuring three feet across. There is no evidence that there I was any meal on it, however. San Pedro Trip Made In 3 Days Each Wayf l l guctions' the {lame of the Organ“; Shelton homes last week aftci'l' {Zatlonf-j to thh the Erlfmey went ‘ a hurried motor trip to San Pedi'cfl ‘md £01 What purpose“: ‘Calif., with Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Browning added that thef league wishes strongly that alll returns be sent in by Friday, when association will hold its an- nual luncheon meeting at 12:15 in! Masonic Temple for election of' new officers and to hear the an—v nual report. Kennedy Pair To Skate In Coast Ice Competition Opening a trip which they hope will lead straight to a Holiywoodl motion picture contract, Peter and Kennedy, children of Dr., and Mrs. M, E. Kennedy of Olym- pia, former Shelton residents,s left Olympia today for Colorado; Springs where they are entered? in the Pacific Coast skating com—, petition in the junior pair divinel ion. They are the only junior pair; the entire Pacific Ncrtli—, west, and vill be competing withl young skaters from all over the West. They will represent thcl Olympia Figure Skating Club ill! the coast competition, which they; are entering after only nine monw’ the instruction. However, their instructor, Sparky Bourque‘ is confident they have the ability to, win the title in their division. l After the Colorado Springs c;i‘.i.‘ continue on; through New Mexico, Arizona and‘ California to Hollywood to skate‘ Harrier, who will make their heme can get for your money. Peter and Carol come by their! skating ability naturally for their! grandfather, Mike Kennedy, Ma—. son County jailer, was an ace on the steel blades as a youth, Mr. Bourque and Dr. and Mrs.‘ Kennedy are accompanying the youngsters on the trip, which willl last about two weeks. l Shelton “Raga”. at that price! What’s more, owners say that their Pontiacs are very economical to operate. If you’re planning to buy a new. car soon, be sure to consider a Pontiac “Torpedo.” It’s built right and priced right to give you more for your mODey. PONTIAC PRICES BEGIN AT .828 FOR THE DE LUXE "TORPEDO'f SIX BUSINESSCOUPE *Delinered a! Pauline. State tax,_ optional equit- ’ ment, accexsories—exlra. Prices subject to change ‘ without notice. ' *SHELToN MOTOR co. R. B. Dickey easy stages. llcr‘oert F sou Logging company "‘ Misc “Betty Johnson. bill's. Kirkland and Mr report no excitement on ' The United States exported lWth“ W35 a-Ccompflmed-i Associated Automatic Burner Oil is distilled—amber in col. clean burning, 100% heat energy. Phone us for speedy delive GIBE W. FR-SKN DISTRIBUTQR.-. ., “an TO ASSOCIATED FOOTBALL sponc, J‘ttilt :il')’ l ~M .4: (lily, Jallu AT HOSP l'li,C of E] " :‘A‘I‘II‘INT Chapter (1 Bll‘thday in Camp 5. was admitted 120' member l hospital lvlorlday ini- tr No. 40, Q. A. A .. e» 013 Saturda. there while Mr; H. .“TIQ 35 igfinigte Navy ship is stationed bring a“ 5) port. Mrs. H rricx lil .ay part; t? 1"" meeting mple. Waldrip, the Clau l , :weather most of the 3.. Witcyiftfealf which took three days ea 2, table r‘ nth. are m; .s for the o, lure of th 11 G tion honorin iVJhO has be epresentanv . L A by Grand ‘ 'Sch. The v 'f Washing filer of Yal in rler's bl‘Otht Convenient ’ Club Meeting = rnation Clt Honor will Reasonable NO DELAY gm”- Li“. , anual‘y .uncheon. Mason County 83 Say 1‘ 8; Loan AssociaTH FLO Title Insurance '3' g Phone 0.196“, m sparkle °li€king ri _. m £01.: on mm me my '; ZM 317 St. "