The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas on March 29, 1956 · Page 28
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The Baytown Sun from Baytown, Texas · Page 28

Baytown, Texas
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Thursday, March 29, 1956
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28 Thursday, March 29, 1956 'Men Of Cloth 1 Also Must File Tax Return AUSTIN— (Sp.)— Stops to be or reimbursed expenses, he. shows taken bv ministers, certain mem- only the net amount on line 5 of bere of religious orders, and Chris- Form j«)40, And attaches to Form tian Science practitioners who elect Social • security covoragre were outlined by R. I... Phinney, district ciirwtor oJ the Internal Revenue Service jn Austin. Those -,vho are qualified to be covorp'1 Toy the social .security system may elect coverage by filing; Form 2031 with She district director. An eletlion 1o be eovered for 3855 and subsequent years must be filed on or before ihe il'.ie date of the Income tax return for 19f>5. Copies of Form 203.1 may be obtained from the district director or .from any office o: the Sodal Security administration, 'When an individual has filed Form 2031. his'earning? s-s a minister, member of a ry-Hjdo-<s order. or Christian Science practitioner arc treated as self-employment income, even 'thousrh such income tnav in fact be cnrne*' by him .as an employe. Jn addition to filing a "U. S. Individual income tax ret urn/" Perm '3040, he must aiso obtain. an<3 file with the Form 3<'HO. a Schedule C- 'Form. 1040'. "Profit i'or Loss) from Business or Profession.'' Page 3 of Scherdule C. (Form H'-HTi is used for "he reporting- of srif-em-- ployment income and the compu- lation of self-employment tax. '•' If a minister, meiuber of a re!i~ .gious order, or Christian Science practitioner has business orprou-s- sional income and expenses -.vhich involve the preparaiion of s proi'ir and loss statement, he will aiso use page 1 of. Schedule C. However, if the individual is aa employe?, he ordinarily shows the amount of his sa!ar>- a;id honoraria on line 5. page 1. of Form :0*0. If the cross amount ;.s propi'riy reducible, by traveling, transportation. A NEW FORD BEFORE LICENSE TIME (April 1st) Tfccd Feiten's 3040 an explanatory statement .showing ihe gross amount, the expenses, anii the remaining- net amount. If no other expenses are Incurred in earning-1he income, the same net amount will also be en- tereJ on line 28 ( c), page 3. of Schedule C and no amounts will be shown ar. page 1 of Schedule C. On Uie other.hand, if oiher e.x- penses are incurred in earning the income. and deductions for such expt--;i«'s wouUl be allowable U fiemized on page 2 of Form KHO, the iK-t amount to be entered on line 2S 'c.' of Schedule C will be computed by subtracting the amount o' .such oiher expenses rrom the .".mount eatereii on fine 5 of Form 10-10. This cmputalion f-Jso should be. shown jn a statement, to be attached «o the return, explaining the amount, on line 2S u--. Tbe sir.cuint of .seU-eaipioyriient tax will be shown V>oth on line "A of Scne- <ju!e C and on Hue 15 of Form Copies of Form 30-30 ar.d of Schedule C 'Form 3<K»>i may be obtained from the District Director and from mar.y post offices arid bank=. Officer of Ihe Revenue Service vcii lalso be abic to provide am- information or specific answers to questions that may Bolivia OKs Gulf Pact LA FA2, Bo!i\-ia —UP— The Gulf Oi; Cosp. and the Bolivian government have agreed on a 40-j'ea.r working arrangement which looaJ official hailed Thursday as the beg'inning' of a new era for the Bo- ]h"ian oil industry.. Under the terms o* tlie agreement, the Gulf Corp. gets access to a rich zone previously assigned exclusively io the state oi! monopoly (YPFB). In exchange. Bolivia will set the financing to construct a $4. r >.5 million- pipeline that "Alii enable this land-locked coiintrj' to, become one of South America's leading oi! exporters. Senate Group Okays DC Circuit Judge WASHINGTON —UP— The Senate Judiciary committee Wednesday approved the nomination of Warren E. Burger, former assistant attorney general, to be U.S. circuit court judge for the District of Columbia. The committee also approved the nominations of former Gov. Francis Cherry of Arkansas end P.. Lockwood Jones of Oklahoma to be members o* the Subversive Activities Control Board. KiNG 56-pound. 5-month-old lion cub, plays with his owner. John Shinners, :>5. in Los Angeles C'tv *aH after losing his chance to remain an uncaged pet. Shinners took the cub to City hall to apDeai sn'order to remove King from the city within 15 days. The cub leaped atop a desk and licked the fpce of animal commissioner Richard Bonne'r (.right), and it seemed Shinners might be winning h>s Doin* Tnen U;e cub ramped to the floor and blew his hopes sky high by nipping a woman em- ploye Svivia^Thome, on/he/leg- The wound was minor, King must go. (International Soundphotos) Many Glittering Gadgets In New Homes Like Centra! Cleaning Machine With 60-Foof Hose Bv ROBERT F.'MORRISON"WASHINGTON.. Feb. 11 — UP — The home buyer ana his wife can '5ook for.vartl to many glitter- ins new gadgets snd construction '••a!i:res. Some of tlie prodiicts are on the nsarket now. others are in the- process of being accepted. Still others are b-jing' tested! Many are on display here at ihe National Housing: Center. They range from a cent;"! vacuum cleaning system to tile 'or batii- voonis and kitchens made ol steel v.-,Ui a ceramic fish. The cleaning system, somewhat similar to types lon^ in use in office buildings and schools, has a built in unit and a 60-foot hose. A button on the me'ai handle controls the leneih of the hose, letting you reel in or out the amount you need at the touch of a finger. The cleaner is connected to a drain ana the dirt taken up is carried away by water. Also on display is a new steel frame partition' on which wall board can be atwcheu. An advantage here is that electric wires "and pines can be passed through the framework without the boring oJ holes an-Q slots. One of the builder's long s'and- insr problems has boon the installation of windows. A sashless window has been developed thin may solve :he problem. The glass panes simply slide horizontally in a simple frame, eliminating the innumerable braces and fittings ot conventional types. A tonsrue and groove sheathing has come ont. This, it accepted by the builders, should save time. It permits joints to be made any- w.hen-; along a vail without worrying about each piece ending at a stiKi for nailing. T>o-ii-yourseU home-fixers could find this of -.-alue. Another product is foam rubber- backed carpeting, mounted ' on heavy paperboard squares. These are laid like tile and nailed to the sub-flooring. When laid no joints show. Experts point, out that use of this not only gives the house carpeted floors, but saves money by eliminating- the need for expensive hardwood floors which may inter be covered with wall - to-wall carpeting; For future and present home owners, there are such items as flat wall S'c'cs soil resisting preparations which can be applied to almost any surface to make it iciughcr for dirt to stick to the very smooth surface, less expensive plastic pi pa for radiant heating systems to replace copper and other niore 'expensive matriais. and baseboard electric outlets which siidc on a track from one part of a room to another. It tikes four or five years "after the bright guys starting- using them" before new products really are accepted by the public, construction experts say. Even ?o there are other hurdics they must clear before becoming estabiised in the market. Mainly these are accepted by the mortgage lender and conformity with building code practices. British Girl Keeps Dreams About Cowboy In Kansas m&y of,tlie Year The il- British obvious!-.- under the impre."- that Kansas to this (lay is a of cowboys, remains KE\VTOX. Kan. OP — lusion of a nine-year-old girl. s!on land GBEENBRIER tb« 6m. Ha* at tbit prios'lri'd— KOTVH of Tapper Grwnbrier "takfe-it-eesy" fes- torm are yours io enjoy. Take advtntagt of this speciai valut right «w*y; •' Panoramic back panel Hifk, panortioic beirk panel with full-width fluorescent light takes guesswork out of cooking. V»ichart givw ac- corite cooking *t « glaace.'HaBdy *pplie»Cf ,- : tl outlet and tiwur mpial, to«. gf fj 'Four-in-line burners Ali burners «t th* back, w-ivii your range front free an work space. No reaching over lighitd burnerp. No tJain<.e for to tip over pots or pant. intact. thanks to Harvey County Sheriff "SVeldon Morford. It took a bit of doing. A letter signed, "with.iove." from Margaret Pembc-rton of Enfk'ld, Middlesex. England, explained she had "tried for a long time to get a lasso so that I can catch a w".:<J pon.?y in th<> new forest." Margnret explained shy couldn't fir.d or.<' in thi» toy s-orr-a and "ntr'.-a'.i-d the help, of 1'ne sheriff She added that she is taking riding i us sons. Morford and his wife agreed on- Jv one answor was possible. Mar- garet have a lariat — but where- to find it? In spite of the English girl's dream of cowboys and pioneer enforcement officer.?. Morford hadn't the least idea "•vhcrc he might find a But a local hardware dtxilt.T came to his rc.=cuc and from sptvuf long-neglected shelf dragged out a beauty. The rope was sent by air express. Tho 6SS.GOO c-ivi!ian= employed by the Army work at moi-e Sh;in -100 plants, otfk'os and carnp* throughout 'ho United Sia'.e? and ;it almost TOO FID lions in more than -10 foreign countries. Trv Sun Classified Adv—lliiil 8302 IT TODA.Y. COOK: OK rr Look-in Windows 1£* Big picture windows let you check broiling and baking progress without opening oven and broiler door*. Broils exactly to your taste! WaUt-high broiler pu!U out for easy access. Broiler given fast penttralinu heat. Seel* in fUrne-kisaed flavor. A small down payment puts this Tappan Range in your kitchen! $399.95 e all's OUALITY M£RCHAN01SE Easter Pretties For Little Ladies 2 98 to 7 95 Siwj 1-3, 3-6X. 7-11 Light, bright and oh so -feminine! Plainly imitative of what the fashion mama wears. 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