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ORIAL Press-News Journal, Canton, Mo., Thursday, August 8, 1985, Page 3C "Fundays in the Park" entertained young and old ! visitor / A popular treat for kids at last weekend's VFW sponsored Fundays in the Park was this cloven and his balloons, twisted to various shapes. Sales in the shade A number ol ('rafts, arts, and other items for sale ere available at Fundays in Martin Park in Canton. The VI-'% sponsored event was Aug. 2 and 3. Photo by Scott Dehner Try our Breakfast Special 2 Eggs, any style, with Ham, Bacon, or Sausage, Toast and Jelly S 2  5 includes Coffee Woods Restaurant Phone 288-5693 Canton. Mo. A worker serves a helping of barbecued pock at the Fundays last weekend in Martin Park in Canton. The event was sponsored by Canton-LaGrange VFW Post 4083 and Auxiliary. uuuuuuuumul- ., i _.oT,cm- ! .... contest;': :Saturdav: / - " of Education will hold a for Vundavs in the __= The L ew,s County C-1 Board ---= Yri!ngt° w innerSthe of a babYawards is Georgia Hood'(left of th; Canton- - public tax levy hearing at their regular meeting" August -==- h - 14, 1985, at 8 p.m. in the central o.ffice in Ewing, Mo. = anges in earnings - Amended tax levy information wdl be available that = • = ----- was not available at the July 111 headj. SS benefits Social Security report of their 1985 early in to report any that ha report was filed. make a report to earn ngs limit but changed, this to the of working their estimate of their annual Security, due Year. Failure to Overothe limit The must be from refunds. - are $7,32O and $5,400 for 70 and over not affected by hanges in causes of next month to most likely to Use of exclss ask people to update their estimates of 1985 earnings, if necessary, to avoid overpayment problems. Many people wait until the end of the year when they file their annual report to notify Social Security of earnings over the annual limit. However, by this time the overpayment may have accumulated to the point where repayment may create a hardship. A change in earnings may be reported to any Social Security office by phone, mail. or in person. SOCIAL SECURITY TIPS Q: My wife and I have just quit our jobs and. started our own business. Which one of us should report the net earnings from the business for Social Security purposes? A: If you jointly operate the business, each should report your respective share of the business profits as net earnings from self-employment. The amount each of you reports depends on the terms of the partnership agreement regarding the division of the business profits. MUFFLER SHOP • Canton, MO - Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon I) to 5 - Monday through Friday * Mufflers & Taiipipes * Headers & Sidepipes *Custom Pipe Bending Brakes & Shocks = = = -_ - JOHN C. CARY, =_ == ' =-- Supt. Lewis County C.1 Schools - = = ,, I!1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 IIIIIltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Our rates are mgner durmg the four-morqn su'me r season t June-SePtember) tnar ,n wm[er The reasoq s smDle--eectr c service costs more to orowOe durmg Jre July August an, o SeptemOer Umon Etectnc customers use more etectr,c,ty our:q te summer Ar condt,onmg S lne s,nge-most contrtDJtor tO that nCreased usage To meet t,at demand tr'e COmDa must run pamts wrcn are norma!!y need * reserve These #ants--catea peamg plants are older not as PrOduCtive and mor e COStly to operate that' base oaa oants-tnose wmcr orma,y operate clay tnrougrout the ,ear because of tie , - gr prOduCtv*ty anO oPerat,n e4c,ency AObOn- ar'y SJOstatoPs ira nsm,sso r hnes and ote, e;ectnc fachbes n equ oment operate ess product+re r ,,, ot weather ThnK O+ t  terms of your atomobde Your car rurs ess 0rOCtvey w,tr 4S ar cOnOt'One r on Gas meage s a.ecte as ,s operabon of the radiator water OumD etc it COSTS mor e tO ooerate t,at emce wen ts ar condtone r s tax,,"g te various eements o { the automotive system And you Day that added COSt L,kew*se you snare the adcler cost o f oDeratmg the UmOn Eectnc system when you and oter custOmers taxtmost--andtnat sounngtnesummer Tere may De tmes when you must use a second car ' that case oecause tt s not run day-m-and-day-out tne second car may De an older mooet than /Our primary vemce and more costy to operate mamtamandrepar tsstm m your oest terest to eeP Od relaDe as a seconO car avadabe for use as needed rather than purchase a brand new car ,uSt for pero0c use The same aDpnes to Dower Olants Some of UEs actwe generatmg facilities were constructed more than 25 years ago LZe that second car they are uSed sparmgiy Out are available when needed They. too. are more expenswe to operate mamtam and repair but provide an attractwe atternatwe to inveshng m a lg85-model power pant the COst of which to DuHO is. hke an automobde, two or three tmes more than the model of yesteryear. Dunng the course of an entire year, se}ectwe use of UE power plants. Ike the family cars, results in economic sawngs for all concerned American Red Cross m ! 71 "Fundays in the Park" entertained young and old -%, visitor A popular treat for kids at last eekend's VFA' sponsored Fundays in the Park was this clown and his balloons, tisted to various shapes. A number of crafts, art, and other items for sale were available at Fundays in Martin Park itl Canton. The VI-' sponsored event was Aug. 2 and 3. Photo by' Scott [)ehner Try our Breakfast Special 2 Eggs, any style, with Ham, Bacon, or Sausage, Toast and Jelly S 2  S includes Coffee Woods I00,00.staurant Phone 288-5693 Canton. Mo.  report of their or 1985 early in to report any that ha report was filed. make a report expect to earn ings limit but changed, this to the A worker serves a helping of barbecued pock at the Fundays last weekend in Martin Park in Canton. The event was sponsored by Canton-LaGrange VFW Post 4083 and Auxiliary. uuulJulu ., -- NOTICE --. iUholda ! ........ /6 ,' ;" /' ' winnerSthe of a babYawards isC°nteStGeorgiaSaturdaVHood'(leftf°r FundaVSof the Canton-in the j The Lewis County C1 Board of Education w ring = public tax levy hearing at their regular meeting- August -_---- Y. • - 14, 1985, at 8 p.m. in  central office . Ewmg, Mo. - changes, in earnings ;_ Amended tax levy information-- will--be available that Vmg SS benefits was not available at the July 10 heanng SOcial Security update their estimates of 1985 " to avoid i ' JOHN C. CARY, - | $upt Lewis County C-I Schools = _ =_. I IIIm IIIII IIIII II II IIIIIIIIi I IIIIII IIIIIIIIiiiiiiiiiiiiii i iiiIIIIIII lllllllllllllllllllllllillllilllfllllllllll I IIlfllllllllllllllllflll I gF its of working estimate of their annual Security, due Year. Failure to Over.the limit The must be from refunds. - 1r7,320 Rnd $5,400 for 70 and over not affected by hanges in Jor causes of earnings, if necessary, overpayment problems. Many people wait until the end of the year when they file their annual report to notify Social Security of earnings over the annual limit. However. by this time the overpayment may have accumulated to the point where repayment may create a hardship. A change in earnings may be reported to any Social Security office by phone, mail. or in person. SOCIAL SECURITY TIPS Q: My wife and I have just quit our jobs and-started our own business. Which one of us should report the net earnings from the business for Social Security purposes? A: If you jointly operate the business, each should report your respective share of the business profits as net earnings from self-employment. The amount each of you reports depends on the terms of the partnership agreement regarding the division of the business profits. next month to most likely to of excess ask people to MUFFLER SHOP " Canton, MO - Phone 314-288-3840 Manager, Noble Shannon 8 to 5 - Monday through Friday * Mufflers & Taiipipes 'k Headers & Sidepipes *Custom Pipe Bending * Brakes & Shocks Our rates are mgher durmg the fOur-mohth summer season tJune-September) tnar ,n wmter The reason S smpte--eectnc serv,ce costs more to Provide durmg June Juy August amp September. Umon Electnc customers use more eectncqy aurmq the summer Ar concdtonlng IS file srgle-most contributor tO that ncreaseo usage To meet that demand the comDa'/ must run Dants w,C are normally need - reserve These ,oants--ca)eo peamg plants areoider not asproductve an¢ mor e costly to operate man ase bad oants--those wmCn rorma t y operate daY trroug Out the year. because of te:, qg OrOOuCtWty an0 operatrg e'f.cencl AdOqon- a.,y sbstat,or, s transmission hnes aa Othe, eectr, c facmbes  equipment operate ess proacbve  n hot weather Th,nK of t ,n terms of ycratOmObde Your car runs ess 0rOdct ey w,tt ,ts ar conObOner on Gas meage s afected as ,s oPerabor of the rachator water Dump etc it costs more tO operate that vemce when ts ar COndbOr'le r s '.at,rag the various eements o { the automotive system And yo bay tat added cost L,v, ew'se /ou Share te adclet cost o operat,ng the un,on Electric system when you anO otrer customers tax t most--anti that s dunng the smmer There may be t,mes when yOu must use a second car ,r treat case because t ,s not run day-m-ano-day-out the second car may De an Piper mooel man/our onmary vehicle an more costty to operate mamta,n and repair t ,s Still m yOur best mterest to Keep old rel,abe as a second car ava,abe for use as needeo rather than purchase a branO new car ;ust for periodic use The same aPDnes to Dower Olants Some of WE s actwe generatmg facd,tes were constructed more man 25 years ago LIKe that secono car trey are used sparingly but are ava able when needed They. too. are more exPenswe to operate, maintain and repair but prowde an attractwe alternatwe to investing n a 1985-model power 13ant the COst of which tO bUdd S. hke an automobile two or three tmes more than the model of yesteryear. Dunng the course of an entire year, setectwe use of UE power plants, like the famdy cars, results in economic sawngs for all concerned American Red Cross m