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md Hulett players watch the flight of during a basketball game here Jan. 31. Union holds of new year first meeting of the new of the Crook Weston held at the Restaurant in Sundance a very nice meal was g legislation was it was decided to our lobbiest, Scott and tell him how feel about the future of the Wayne and Mfllie Petterson ~a very interesting talk on 'trip to Alaska and Canada. week of January 30 to 3 was Farmer's Union Margaret Cross Secretary Bowling Baggs Sundance won the contest 50-16. Photo by Oft Wegner entered into formal agree- ments. If the levy resulted in insufficient funds in the account to cover checks that had been written, the taxpayer's credit rating could be affected. In this case, the taxpayer should request that the levy be released. Once the Problem Resolution Officer agrees, the levy will be released. "Taxpayers who wish to apply for a TAO may call the toll-free site at 1-800-424-1040 or me in Cheyenne at 772- 2489," Sonntag said. Taxpayers may apply for relief by completing Form 911, "Application for Taxpayer Assistance Order to Relieve Hardship", or by calling one of the above numbers. Forms 911 are now available in Cheyenne's Problem Resolution Office. Sonntag cautions that a tax- payer who has a problem should Problem Resolution Officers do not have authority to override the Internal Revenue Code. "TAOs will not be issued when there is no evidence of a significant hardship and it appears that the taxpayer has applied for relief simply to delay actions of the IRS," Sonntag said. These procedures are similar to those IRS established in Feb- mary, 1988, to help taxpayers facing hardships because of an impending action by the IRS. Reed graduates from basic training Pvt. James R. Reed, son of George E. and Darlene F. Reed of Sundance, Wyo., has com- pleted basic training at Fort Dix, N.J. During the training, students received instruction in drill and ceremonies, weapons, map January 26, 1989 45-35 44-36 42-37 :41-381/2 40-40 38-42 38-42 eerie Tale Llamas 31-49 HIGH TEAM SERIES 2326 2319 2272 St. Bank HIGH GAME Welch 83O 794 777 191 181 176 ;ERIES 5O9 501 499 program underway Devils Tower Censer- District tree program is way with just a short of time left to get orders It is hard to plan for tree with the snow on the but with the difficulties some varieties of it is necessary to order Orders are due by Feb- 15, 1989. being offered this year Chokecherry, Lilac, Nanking Plum, Golden Willow, Green Ash, Russian Olive, Siberian Colorado Blue Spruce, and Pine. Fruit trees offered this year are Apple, McIntosh North Star Cherries, VI Pear, Stanley and Apricots. or further information or blank, call the office at Assiatance Orders from IRS who face signifi- because of the in which the Internal Service is administer- tax laws may now apply for relief according to Problem Resolution Bob Sonntag. Omnibus Taxpayer Bill of provides that the Tax- Ombudsman and Pro- Resolution Officers may Taxpayer Assistance (TAOs) to suspend, )r stop actions where a may suffer significant as the result of an IRS or failure to act. The allow additional time and decide if action is proper. ~r example, a levy served taxpayer's checking after the taxpayer had into a formal install- agreement with IRS could a significant hard- said. IRS does not issue after taxpayers have attempt to resolve it through reading, tactics, military normal channels first. If the courtesy, military justice, first problem persists and the tax- aid, a~.d Army history and Ira- payer faces a significant hard- ditions. ship as a result, the taxpayer The soldier is a 1988 graduate should apply for a TAO. of Sundance High School. Hardship, as defined in the law, refers to the administration of the law and not the law itself. Simple as A B C The Taxpayer Ombudsman and Always Buy Classifieds I s .v,c il?,'J"~~ ~i,,, W~e you a Great De~ on your" :~...,,i FAXMACHINE .... " ~ ~' " '~*' (25 Second Transmission) * Security Systems * Residential Service * Telephone Business Systems * Lease Purchase Agreements Welcome Economical service on what I well or what you've got CALL US AT: SEE US AT: 605.642-4500 i 430 E. Jackson, Spearfish COWPOKES By Ace Reid "Yeah, Jake, yore problem is yore cash flow. It's dried up to a dripf" A SAVINGS ACCOUNT at Sundanco State Bank can be a real help in time of need l From a C]~RTIFICATE OF DEPOSIT to a passbook account_we offer a SAVINGS PLAN for everyone! See us for F.D.I.C. insured depositsl 182- Day Ti me Certificate Substantial interest pe-alty is required for early withdrawal. This~mj~yj: and subject to change at renewal. I r ltll Cu'r'n' "'** 7"=e [~E~ Through Feb. 15 Sundance State,Bank Farmers tax guides available at Extension office Farmers tax guides for use in preparing 1988 returns have been mailed to University of Wyoming Cooperative Exten- sion Service offices around the state, says Doug Agree, Exten- sion farm management special- ist. Agee says the tax guide explains how federal tax laws apply to farm and ranch situa- tions. Explanations and examples reflect interpretation of the law by the Internal Revenue Service. The guide highlights a number of changes in the tax law and administrative changes FEBRUARY 9, 1989 for 1988. Also included is a list of important reminders that could be helpful in preparing tax returns for 1988. "The objective of the tax guide is to help farmers and ranchers become better inform- ed on tax provisions and firing procedures," Agee says. "It is THE SUNDANCE TIMES ' PAGE 3 not intended to make farmers and ranchers tax experts." The tax guides are available free of charge from each of the 26 county UW Extension offices. BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY [ ?. .o.., . ,,. t Newcastle * Dry Cleaning t ~(~L~, 283-1760 ' ARROWHEAD MOTEL : ~ SERVICE Pickup is made on ~ ~ Deliveries tMondays & Thursdays ; ~d~'I [qh~'~ to Sundance, k,.4,~D~,4,4~,4,4,~,.4,*~ ~Moorcroft, Upton .... II JOHN H. JACKSON, D.D.S. Practice of FAMILY DENTISTRY 612 Sixth Ave., .~"4P~I"O'41,4P~4P-e,..v.~p.~p.@,4p,~v..,,,, Bob's Spraying Serwce Spra Coupe and Alexander's Plumbing and Heating We have in stock: *Kokler & Delta Femcets Ir~ ....... , .............. NEWLIN Apartments & Mini - Storage Belle Fourche, S.D. Pickup Unit t (Behind Cliff Thomas Drug) CALL FOR FREE Phone 892-6347 ESTIMATES Open Mon.-Fri. L Ph. 283"2198 j 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. . ~"~#~-~-~J~"~ "' F am II1~ Illl am Illl ~ =ml IE~ I~ FENCING: WOOD. STEEL OR REPAIRi SUNDANCE ~NGE~NO WEEO CO,toOL | I SPEEDWAY I LAWN CARE TREE SPRAYING ~ III 305 North West | I =, . Suadaaee II o~r~--~o I _m Monday through Friday == I' .0o O,M . I SLOT RACING AT ITS I I PUN~Sr I i Come and See or | pROFESSIONAL. ~ ; Try Your Hand | DEPENDABLE SERVICE SINCE 1~0] SUNDANCE. WYOMING ~[ -" Cars & Misc. For Sale = (307) 283-2681 ( ~ ml ml m im ma m ma ,,m J *Rtteem Wate{ ~Ieaters *Repair Parts HIIIINIIEY Dry Wail & PalMing * Tape * Finish * Texture * Paint Free Estimates Ph. 283-2147 Sundance Call 283-2812 283-2345 .*~ FOR LIVESTOCK & PETS STOCK'SAL.T - WATER SOF~gNER SALT C.O.B. & GRAINS & CAKE SEED CLEANING Sundance Trade Center Ph. 283-2626 SPEARFIS~ ! ~ CARE CENTER Wide Selection of Quality Eyewear at Reasonable Prices 710 N. Ave. Don Megnell, optician Houm: ' Mon,-Tues.-Thure.-Frl, Spearfish 642-8430 830-5:30; Wed. 8:30-7:00;' Sat, 8:30-12:00 * Nine Years Experienco in Sundance *ABE-Certified Auto Body and Paint Technician * Air Brushing " Custom Painting * Free Estimates Mike Leslie 283-2151 ! Dr. Mike Richey, Optometrist ! ~~ ~~ ~~Cl~"~y , 1710 N. Ave,, Spearfish Eye Center J V (next to Safeway) 642-S480 [ Ofllco Ph. 467-5262 I'Ruth *F.lander Lecatedat Dem~Goltz i Family Vision Care L 283-2885 Hulett National Bank 467-5945 ] Contact Lenses I 13~Mah~ " A Glaucoma & Cataract Evaluations Life - Health - Auto - Home - Ranch - Crop V i Certified to Use Diagnostic & Therapeutic V ~ P;O. Box98 . Hulett, Wyo. ~. Drugs Senior Citizen Discounts i : INDEPENDENT AGENTS | | | [ nOCK-Cmeeeo WImSHB.OS serum / souse C LLS . | . Monte Hamilton 746 3:383 [ yo.r NOVUS METHODman _ Yur i~ asent ma~' ~r fr the re~tir ~.