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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 4 February 1982

jjhr" Page 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 4 1982 Obituaries Texas Irish Festival Elderly Learn Energy Control Lula Belle Donnell Planned At Salado Lula Belle Donnell 84 of Bartlctt died Monday after- noon in a Temple hospital nftcr a short illness. Funeral services were conducted Wednesday Feb- ruary 3 at the Goodnight Funeral Chapel in Bartlett with Rev. Al Cronk officia- ting. Burial was in the Bart- lctt City Cemetery Goodnight Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Plans are currently under- way for a Texas Irish Festi- val to be held the weekend prior to St. Patrick's Day In Salado. The Festival will be spon- sored by the Shamrock Soci- ety of Salado which was founded last week for the purpose of planning and exe- cuting the Festival. "At St. Patrick's Day everyone is just a little bit Irish and this will be an opportunity for Irishmen Irish descendants and any M uu NEXT WEEK'S! g(o)I? ;by SALOME! FOB RELEASE WEEK OF FEB. 8 1982 Aquarians continue to make birthday n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlett Texas 70511 Thursday February 11 1982 VOLUME 90 NUMBER 27 817-527-1 124 FIFTEEN CENTS TRIBUNE X f Chamber Banquet Tickets On Sale Tickets for the annua banquet of the Bartlett Area Chamber of Commerce are on sale for $6.00 each at local businesses according to Norman Thaler ticket sales chairman. Tickets can be purchased for the February 25 banquet from any of the following members of the ticket sales committee: Bobby Hill Don Thaler T A. Mosley Ray- mond Lcnz Itonnie Persky Hnmiro Cortez Ruth Jankc Holland High School Announces Honor Roll Honor roll students in Holland High School and Junior High have been an- nounced this week. Students named to the all A honor roll arc: Seventh Grade - Mary Mcwhinncy. Eighth Grade - Ted Gaines Michael Koonscn Kristi Mon-is Scott Stroud Marty Vadcn and Kris Will- iams. Ninth Grade - Shcryl Marwitz and Brandon Spinn. Tenth Grade Darren Stroud JoAnna Vadcn and Alana Gaines. Eleventh Grade - Michelle B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ) Pago 2 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 11 19B2 Temple Junior Grants Degrees A total of 44 students received associate degrees from Temple Junior College at the close of the fall semester A. C. Hervey di- rector of admissions and records announced. The graduates have com- pleted requirements for the two-year associate in arts or associate in applied science degree. A total of 13 students also received certificates for successful completion of vocational-technical programs. No formal graduation exercises will be held. De- cember graduates will be invited to participate in the commencement program in May Hervey said. Among those receiving associate in arts degrees were Charles Kohrlng of Holland. Among those receiving associate in applied science degrees were Rex A. Karl of Holland. H.. JdaHSjMraHar tKTO 111 Wk. iB 1 Slarkes Honored With Tea Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Starke were honored at a tea on Sunday January 31 at the Holland School Cafct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Junior Varsity Tourney Set This Week In Holland HORNETS Trib tine-Progress oris Thursday February 11 1982 Page 3 - 3 -u 'wflBMBHHBHEJv wjfAV8C3. w mt m KAI-LUS SHOOTING Dnn Knlhis (12) attempts a basket during play against Jarrcll at Jarrell last Tuesday February 2 Kallus led rebounding in the game with 14 rebounds to his credit. He also scored 8 points and had 5 steals. This week the Junior varsity district tournament will be held in Holland with teams from Holland Buck- holts Jarrcll Milano and Salado competing in boys and girls divisions. Thursday February 11 first round action starts be- tween Duckholts and Jarrcll The girls play at 1 p.m. and the boys at 2:30 p.m. Milano and Salado clash next with the girls game at 10 a m and the boys game at 11 30 a m. Thursday. Holland drew a bye in first round competition. In second round play the Milano-Salado winner plays Holland at 5:30 p.m. for the girls and 7 p.m. for the boys. The winner of this game meets the winner of the Buckholts-J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 11 1982 CAPITOL UPDATE TRIBUNE PROGBESS USPS 044800 mr Bartlett Tribune founded In KM. Holland Progress loundtd In 1691. U.S. SENATOR for TEXAS ((HIu All opinions and viewpoint! In the Trl6unProare do not necessarily represent the editorial opinions ol this newspaper. Published weekly fn Dartlett Texas 76511 by Taylor Newspapert. Inc.i Taylor Texas Second class postage paid at Dartlett. Texas 74511. STAFF MEMBERS Ronnie Persky Mrs. Dorothy Jean Dartlett Mrs. Imogene Morris CORRESPONDENTS: Mrs Betty HIM Mrs Mae Hardin Subscription Rates-14 00 per year in Dell. Milam and Williamson Counties 18 per year elsewhere Any erroneous rellection upon the character or reputation ol any person firm or corporation which may appear In the columns of the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brougnt to the attention of the editor. Postmaster if undcllverable send Form 3579 to Tribune Progress. Bartlett Texas 74511 Circleville Philosopher (Kil...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Hip SmMMMmwBStiBSBI lralHB mkmm AJ mm mmm SMITH TAKES A SHOT Charles Smith (34) tries out this specialty (shooting) in basketball play at Granger's gym last week. The Bulldogs took an easy win to remain undefeated for the season and the district front-runner. mmmmWmTmmmmm PUSHUP mmm)m mWtfmmmi JmmmmmmmmmmmWtms Kl TfllH SCH jHRr IK fffgKj. iwg?i5W THE HALL IS UP Janet Hill (30) and Chris Dixon (11) go for the ball in recent Little Lassie basketball play. Robin Roberts is in the background. ojtfiewswfcMi I predict indoor soccer will becomo one of our most popular sports. Shep Messing of tho Now York Arrows told me recently "Indoor soccer is moro exciting than out door soccer becauso the fans nro closer to the gamo and moro invol- ved." Shop added "In- door soccer has a little bit of every tcchniquo in it including hockey basket- ball etc. I've challenged the Cosmos to a match many times. We aro not afraid of thorn." Tho only blockage I foresee to soc- cer's success is that there aro t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Page C. Tribune Progress Thursday. February 11 1982 FOODLAND'S GRAND CHAMPION Register tree to win ono side ot Drawing will be Tuosday Fob. 16 the Taylor Llvostock Show's best' 7:00 p.m. at Foodland In West Lake Wo re giving away a Grand Cham- Shopping Center You need not bo plon steer to two wlnners-oach to present to win" Foodland employ- recolvo ono lull sldo of beef ees and their (aminos aro inoliglblo mmmml WW ! JFk WW jrL W You could win one side of champion beef . . . only at Foodland in Taylo aora? (ptaoeng mw mm ttrnmjBEMW ' S2L. i Pl-liitti'iH'3 : Kraft Dinners Asstd. Bath Colors Macaroniif Nice n Soft t L .JK. I .. i & Cheese ! Tissue i m 3sss1 VeffSf II i Shady Farms Grade A Medium Eggs c wmmj mmm Q Q 229 399 Folger's Coffee 1-Lb Can Trail Blazer Dog FOOd 25-Lb. Bag i Lb loii i y c 1 5 Lb Loal CI C 199 155 0: Cm I Q SI J 15 Ounce Cans I 3 $4 15-OzTH Cans m 4fA Pkgs. Bulterkrutl Breid Honey Meal Mrt Bllrd l Spill Top Wheat Bread Pink Beauly Pink Salmon Buih t Blackeye...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

v I 'r 41 4 .. 3 r-: f II P UMHB Announces Crusader Weekend The Student Foundation of the University of Mnry Hnrdln-Bnylor has an- nounced Crusader Weekend for February 13 and 14 for all High School Seniors and Juniors who may be in- terested in attending Mary Hardin-Baylor. This "preview" weekend will begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday morning and will conclude Sunday at Noon. The students will bring their own sleeping bag ans will bo placed in a dorm room with a current UMHB students. A Special Program is designed to give interested students a good look at life at a four-year coeducational university and furnish them with helpful information concerning academic programs student services and financial aid. A Special Worship program is planned for Sunday morning. A cost of $5.00 per person will cover meals and is payable when the student arrives on Campus in Bellon. A reservation is necessary and should be made by writing Office of Recruiting University of Mary Hardin- Baylor Box 374 Bclto...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 11 1982 Looking Back By James R.Pcrsky In the history of any town there are always several stores which stand out be- cause of size or years of service. One such store is the subject of this article. Eighty years ago in Bart- lett there was a hardware store located about where the City Lounge now is. This hardware store was housed In a two-story brick business building and was owned by a man by the name of Mr. Charles Kaasc. Such items as saddles furniture coffins buggies heaters china sil- verware harness bridles plovs and cooking ranges were sold at this place of business. Mr. Kaasc had a store in Bartlctt at least by 1898. On May 23 1902 The Bartlctt Tribune reported that: "This week a deal was consumntcd whereby Mes- srs. Ed Rowntree and W. V. Irvin of this place purchased and assumed control of the hardware business of Mr. Chas. Kaase." On May 19 1905 The Tribune reported that: "Ground has been broken for the large building of Chas Kcli...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

-TRIBUNE-PROGRESS- FOR QUICK RESULTS CALL PHONE 527-4424 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 11 1952 Page9 Classified Advertising Rate 7 cents per word. 1.35 minimum charge per ad. All Classified Advertising cash In advance. The Tf lbunProore will not be rtsponilble lor more then one In- correct Insertion. V irM MMk 'lm"''Va H V wall HI UmiHiUfrl OUQH W 1 3 h p PAUL'S USED CAKS & GARAGE: We're now open our garage to the public for all auto repairs and welding needs. We also buy used cars and pick-ups running or not. Holland C57-2431. 2-11 eg. ISAAC INSURANCE AGENCY AUTOMOBILE FIRE WINDSTORM DONDS AND LIFE INSURANCE KAVOORMAN JJMM4 fiy spjst RM Lodgo80 JOE LILES Representative Phonot Homo (817) 657-2488 Food Storo (817) 657-2340 P.O.Box 366 HOLLAND TEXAS 76534 SAAGE& ASSOCIATES INC. INSURANCE OIAL 5Z-3337 Bartloft I win W.?f(.t j Church Calendar FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Holland Rev. Jay Thomas Pastor SUNDAY: 9:45 a.m. Sunday School 10:45 a.m. Worship Service 6 p.m. Church Training...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 11 February 1982

Pngc 10 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 11 1982 Obituaries Joe Jarolik Sr. Mary Schrocder Services for Joe J. Jarolik Sr. 79 of Route 4 Belton wero held at 10 a.m. Monday at Harper-Talasek Funeral Home in Temple with Mon- slgnor Arthur Michalka offi- ciating. Burial was In the Bcllwood Memorial Park. A rosary was recited at 7 30 p.m. Sunday at Harpcr- TALASEK Funeral Home. Mr. Jarolik was a long- time resident of the Tcmplo area. He had lived in Holland 25 years and in Ratibor for 25 years. He was a member of the SS. Cyril and Methodius Catholic Church in Granger. He was married to the for- mer Louise Roznovsky in Granger on February 17 1931 He was preceded in death by a son. Survivors are his widow Louise Jarolik of Belton; two sons Joe Jarolik of Killcen and Frankic Jarolik of Tem- ple five daughters. Esther Haverland Margie Sodck and Tllllc Whatley all of Temple Georgle Goldman of Belton nnd Mary Davis of Corpus Christ! two brothers Tom Jarolik and Frank Jar- olik both of Holl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

--v.f; vv- :. j M i .VV " -v!r ' ? V V vw . TRIBUNE - PROGRESS Serving Bartlett & Holland Bartlctt Texas 70511 Thurstlny February 18 1082 VOLUME NUMBER 28 817-527-1121 FIFTEEN CENTS . . hi ' l " ? Holland City Council Approves Proposal The Holland City Council held n regular meeting on Tuesday February 9 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Imogcne Morris was E resent at the meeting on chalf of the Holland School of Dance to inquire about the use of the Kuhlmann Civic Center each Wednesday from 1:30 6:30 p.m. Councilmcn voted to let the Holland School of Dance use the Civic Center each Wednesday at a cost of $25.00 per month to help defer the co3t of utilities while in use. Present at the meeting also were Sharon Miles and Monk Ivicic to ask the coun- cilmcn if they could have permission to use the city of Holland's name to apply for a park Grant. A motion was made and seconded that they could use the City's name to apply for a Park Grant for the City of Holland. If the Holland Women's Club Elects Ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

Page 2 Tributie-Progress Thursday February 18 1962 Recipe Corner By Betty Hill K'Way Kare News Stacy Nicole Krucgcr Stacy Krucgcr Birthday Honoree Stacy Nicole Krucgcr was one year old Monday Feb- ruary 15. She is the daughter of Susan and Scott Krucgcr. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Albin N. Bohac of Granger Mr. and Mrs. Tom- my Krucgcr of Schwcrtner. Great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Louis Hajda Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krucg- cr of Granger and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schwcrtner of Schwcrtner. Stacy celebrated her first birthday on Valentines Day Sunday Feb. 14 with a party at the Schwcrtner Club House. Attending the party were Nicholas Kaderka Brandi Bartlctt Aaron Alcsia and Allen Reese Erica Paul Matthew and Mclanic Bohac Eric Kirstcn and Kyle Car- penter Lisa and Mandy Krucgcr and Candicc and Vanessa Zimmerman. Baker Circle Has Regular Meet Mrs. Nannie Jane Sladov- nik was hostess in her home Monday evening when the Baker Circle met for their regular meeting. Chairperson Mrs. Dorothy L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

Holland Hornets Drop Salado 65-42 HORNETS Trib ii n c-Pr ogress The Holland Horcnts drop- ped Salado 65-42 last Friday to continue domination of district play. The Hornets were sched- uled to play Milano February 16 to decide the district race. A win would win outright ownership of the district title the first for the Hornets since 1967. A loss would mean a playoff between Holland and Milano since Holland won the first half of district play Milano the second. Kevin Bcnncr led the Salado action with 20 points and 19 rebounds. Others scoring were Ricky Dcnnlght 11 Hoy Johnson 11 Dan Kallus 9 Jon Marc Goodnight B Greg Volney 4 and Darren Stroud 2. In non-district action last Tuesday the Hornets fell to Hyde Park 66-59. Dan Kallus topped scoring with 19 points followed by Bonner with 12 and Johnson with 11. Others scoring were Volney 6 Goodnight 4 Rodri- guez 4 Smith 2 and Dennight 1. As of Monday the Hornets were 18-9 in season play and 7-0 in district. The Hornets look the district ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

""'I' JerWwK r Page 4 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1902 V ROie-f2 19M McNURhl Synd. TRIE UNE PROGRESS From Congressman Marvin USPSCM'SOO Leath Oartlett tribune founded In 1884 Holland Progress founded In 1891 ivsSHtrr .wm Ihik. 'iiU I ill rfllrn All opinion And viewpoints in Ihe Tribune Progress do not necessarily represent the editorMl opfnlonsof Intt newspaper Published weekly in Osrtlelt Texas 74511 by Taylor Newspapers Int. Taylor Tes Second elaM postage paid at Oartlelt Texas 76511 STAPPMHMBBRS honnle Persky Mrs Dorothy Jean Bartlett Mrs imogcneMorrls CORRBSPONDBNT5 Mrs Deity Hill Mrs MeHrdtn Subscription Rates 14 00 per year Mi Gel). Milam and Williamson Counties; S per year elsewhere Any erroneous reflection upon the character or reputation of any person firm or corporation whKh may appear In the columns ol the Tribune Progress will gladly be corrected upon being brought to me attention at the editor Postmaster Texas74ill II undellvernble. snd Porm 3579 to Trlbtm Pro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

Bulldogs Tribune-Progress Sports Thursday February 18 1982 Page 5 Bulldogs End Regular Season Next Tuesday r5!S3S CONGItATS Ucgglo Cobb receives a hnnd shake and best wishes from Bartlctt Head Coach David Clapp. Cobb signed up wilh Southwest Tcxus State University at his home in Unrtlelt Saturday. i Seventh Graders Blast Florence The Little Lassies finished their 1081-82 basketball sea- son Monday with the 7th grade team taking a scorch- ing 58-4 win over Florence while the 8th grade learn fell 11-9. Bartlett Lassies Edged By Liberty Hill A slow start seemed to make the difference as the Bartlctt Lassies fell to Lib- erty Hill 52-47 in district basketball play Saturday In Bartlctt. Liberty Hill commands the lead in the second half of district play going 5-0 after Saturday's win. The Lassies fell to 3-2 in the second half of play. It was already 4:49 on the scoreboard clock in the first period before Shlrl Fischer put Bartlctt on the boarddd with two free throws Late in the first per...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

-TM - '' '-I ' . V ". s VVTV - V V V-W . '.V- ''rV"- ' .!K W 1 . fvs 7v- v " Mtv . kv . v 'wv.vv .nsT. - a '.. v Pnge G. Tribune Progress Thursday. February 18. 1982 IbSiiKBqwSsfS" Star-Kfet nBffl Macaroni Cheddar . pnoMnan JI'IIIIHIIPIillHu. ajl'l)l'llillMJL iiihbhh u 1 1 ij m) RTnFs 1 J i Tl r TaM HHm a f V H. i J H Eas Pillsburys BEST xxxx TFlour LaRrn Kisa P30QI1 GBG5E CMfi Ellectlvo - 4Q Scope Mouthwash s-ouncau. I Anll-Persplranl Spray . Dial Deodorant 4o2 sP.aycan I Dishwashing Detergent . Ivory Liquid 32 ounce Bome 1 Laundry Soap with Bleach . .q Rinso Detergent dam 400 box 1 49 69 sum Nice 'n Soft Asstd. Colors Bath Tissue 4-Roll Pkg. Limit two pkgs with coupon and $10 00 purchase or more (excluding beer wine and tobacco) Coupon eltoctiveFob 1S-24 at Foodlands in Austin & Taylor a ntaKSffftggf l jco CONTEST CokcMlx jury otiSr. I Plllsbury Plus - Assorted Varieties 8K 17-Oz. Box & A Plllsbury Asstd. Variety Bundt Cake BVflix 179 23-0z. Box Plllsbury Family-Size Brown...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

. n tf Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1982 Pngc7 iB JLsr ' -UJ H ft I I w J 1 -B yi B fe M H 1 IH ulEl Hi ivmu SHOQfl BQSSJMf fl98 Stokoly's Finest Cut Green Beans $ 303 Cans .-rm 12-Oz. Can Snow Crop Reg. or Fruit Punch Five Alive Roso-Doto Sliced or Half Cling Peaches Dig No. 2.5 Can kW 0 Kr" tJLt B5 Miracle Whip Is ikG Quart Jar H American Beauty Long Spagholtl or tft jdfffc. Kra" nnl tH Elbo-Roni Qy Mayonnaise 30Oz. Bonus Pock jF HC LJFh- Quart Jnr Bi'kEH Jl s 7Q 8-Oz. Bottle f Jw 16-Ounco Jar O vJV 1 79 Trall-Blazcr Dry Dog Food 25-Lb. Bag f1000 blond Creamy Cucumber or Italian or"bfl Froo Italian Roducod Calorie Kraft Dressings Apple Grape or Red Plum Blackburn Jelly Lucky Leal Apple Jllice Half Gallon Glass Mexico Bakery rf Flour Tortillas i2-countPkg.b"C Buttorkrust Assortod French Sticks 12-Ounco Package OC Gladlola Asstd. Varieties - a Pouch Mixes H-c.oz.pkgs. I Noblsco - -q Chips Ahoy Cookies 19.oz.Pkg. 1 Nabisco a p.q RitZ CraCkerS 12-Ounco Package I Fudge Nutty E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

r - Wjf t A - t t-.- -4-r tVr M v-rrV I -"-'-' -CT"rS . V-- "f V lYTIX'lMll'VttlH'tti TV I t 1 Vy lVri1 Page 8 Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 1982 Spiegelhauer Proves Miracles May Still Happen r SPAGHETTI SUPPEIl Local residents and basketball fans enjoyed a delicious spaghetti supper prepared by the Hnrtlctt Athletic Booster Club last Friday at the school cafeteria. On the right two of the cooks Jill Thaler and Becky Clapp are sur prised while In action. Watchdog; The Texas Consumer Association Education Fund s Report from Austin By Rebecca Lightsey Director How much can you get out of SI 40 food for a week gits bill for a month a room for a night? A room for a nnjlu?' Where docs a night's stay cost SI-40 - at the swankiest hotel in town No at your local hospital. If SI 40 is a little steep for you though you can share a room for SI 20. A stint in the hospital van be devastating!) expensive Take a look at what an dvciagc stn for surgery costs in one of Texas' public hospital...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Tribune-Progress — 18 February 1982

Tribune-Progress Thursday February 18 19fl2 Page 9 1 A " -iKia. b- J - Yin FARM POND Small farm ponds can provide many hours of fishing fun food for the table and stock water for livestock. Check Your Tax Return And Speed Up Refund If you're expecting a tax refund this year the Internal Revenue Service says a quick check for accuracy can help speed things up quite a bit Carefully prepared easy-to-read returns can be pro- cessed faster thus enabling a quicker refund the IRS advises. Once you complete your return the IRS suggests you consult the following check list: -Have you attached all your Forms W-2 "Wage and Tax Statement"? Have you attached all the supporting schedules to your Form 1040? Is your arithmetic correct? -If you rounded your num- bers did you round consist- ently? -When you used the Tax Table did you follow the line across to the correct column for your filing status? Did you sign and date your return? Remember if it's a joint return your spouse must sign too. -Did y...

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