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20-Year 4-H "Pwelve long-time leaders of W~,oming 44/chtbs received em- erald and diamond recognition anvards last week at the state 4~H leaders coherence on ,the Univer- sity of Wyoming campus in Lara- mie. Receiving a 20-year diamond award was Russell E. French, Alva. He also received a copy of the book, "The ~ Story." French received his afward Thursday night duTing the annual banquet. Tax Money Distribution of sales tax money has been made to cries, towns and county ~ the Wyoming Department of Revenue. Funds came from sales tax receipts col- lected in January from Decem- ber return& Sundance received $563.69 from the dstribution. Other fig- ures were ,Moorcro~ $512.74; Hulett $297.89; and Crook coun. ty $1 27.a2. Son of $und4mce Man Ext~rbds VietmDm Tour ILance Corporal Michael H. Ris. ing, Marine Corps, velun.teered Feb. 2 on his 20th birthday for a further six months duty in Viet- nam. The twice,rounded Marine is the son of Harold A. Rising, Sun- dance. Rising, along with one other man, has .been selected from 96 candidates to attend sniper school. When 'his Vietnam tour is finished, be is assigned to Embassy School and assignment in England. On Rising's last recon patrol, 'his patrol ~vas trapped so deep in ,the jungle, helicopters had to ~ver and lower ladders. The eight marines hung onto the lad- der three miles before being dropped off at a Green Beret camp at Thong Douc. His present address is: L/C~I. ,Michael H. Rising, ?,507538, U~MC, 4th Pit., "A1.pha" Co., 1st J~econ, ,Bn., 'lst ~larDiv., ~Y'I~O, .San Francisco, Cal~. 96602. celendar along With a checklist identifying all taxes businessmen have to ,pay. Information on each tax and .the ~erms required can be located from the checklst. The booldet costs 60 cents and may .be abtained from the Inter- nal Revenue Service, 21st Street and Carey Ave., Cheyenne, or from ,the St~perintendent of Doc- uments, U. S. Crovernmen~ Print- ing Office, Washington, D. C. ~t02. CARD OF THANKS 'We wish to thank everyone for the cards, letters, food and acts of thoughtfulness during the loss of our loved one. Mrs. Josephine Penny Mr. and ~rs. Curly ~cLa~tghlin ~Mr. and ~rs. Harry Watson and Kim Mr. and ~Irs..Larry ~cLaughlin and family Ir. and Mrs. David Y~cLaughlin and family .Mr. and WIrs. Freddie Tschet- ter and ~amily Mr. and Mrs. Jim Coulter and family New Tax Guide Available For All Businessm~n Answers to a wide range of questions businessmen have a- bou.t federal income, excise and employment taxes can be found quickly in the 1970 edition of "Tax Guide for Small Business," Pttblication 334. District Director R. L. Hurt said tax law enacted last year are also fully explained in the book. The guide contains a 19q0 tax FREE BOOKLET GIVES FARM TAX TIPS Cheyenne, Wyoming - The 1970 edition of the "Farmer's Tax Guide," Pttblication 225, nosy is available free fron county ag- ricultural agents or the Inter- nal Revenue Servce, R. L. Hurt, IRS District Director ~or Wyom- ing, said tod~y. he booklet shows how farmers should fill out the new 1040 tax return and ~vhich schedules sshould be a~tached. A listing af important Fedei-al tax dates for farmers can be found in ,the pub- lication also. The tax guide is written in nontechnical language and con- rains many examples of how farm transaction are handled for Fed- eral income tax 9ur~oses. It also exrplains the tax la~cs enacted last year. Although pri- marily written to hel9 farmers ,prepare .their 1969 tax re.tUrn, the "Guide" is useful as a refer. ence througout the year. Typewriter ribbons at The Times Income Tax Return Ph. 682-3833 tfn Stephen Tarver Public Accountant Gillette, Wyo. Crook County Cowbelles Serve at Beef School Ten mer~bers of the Crook County Co~belles served coffee and cookies a*t ,the beef school in Sundance F~b. 10. During a short, informal meet- ing, ~ecretary Gall O'Haver re- ported she had received a note of acceptance tfrom Mrs. Fred Floyd, Gillette, staCe Cowb~les president. Mrs. Floyd will visit the coun- ty group at its next meeting vchich will be a no-host luncheon at 1 p.m. ~areh 24 at the I~g Cabin Care. Another guest at the luncheon a~ill be ~rs. Vin- cent Crago, Spearfish, ~ough Da- kota Co~belle treasurer. The group packaged placerrmts which, along with the Cowbelle Bureau oHice in The CowbelJes new members - ~rs. for and ~Mrs. Virgil Roll call ~or the ing will be "A ~pring tivity for Co~beles." CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all m~ and netghbors ~or and letters during my stay Belle Fourche hosptaL FAfie ,Mae Conzeima~ Wood rats live alone when mating or spring. They occ~>uy one~ for a li$etime. Ford Lincoln Mercury Ford 4-Wheel Drive Pickups [ When YOU Buy a New Ford YOU Have A "BETTER IDEA" SPECIAL ORDERS - Delivery in about 30 on any Ford, Lincoln, Mercury or Ford EXCELLENT SELECTION OF GOOD USED AND PICKUPS -- SOME IN HULETT See elman Authorized Salesman for Stockmen's Motor Co., Gillette, Wyoming Ph. 467-5735 Huleff, The only sleep set approved by the International Chiropractors Assn. Twin or full size maffress or box spring Price will be $79.95 as of April 30, 1970 Queen Size Set II Price will be $199.95 as of April 30, 1970 King Size Set II Price will be $299.95 as of April 30, 1970 * Prices are Manufac- turer's Suggested List prices. SUPPORT PLUS. The GUARD mattress is built heavier springs in the center area to give more sUI port to the heaviest part your body. This illustration shows sleeping posture on a tress that does not have quate support. The part of your body can ly sag down and out of mal posture like this. CHEvi Ntw oK us Here's SPINAL-GUARD work providing more sup orol where its really qee keep your body in the mended sleeping posture.