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m,raml Q. I want to contril:ute to a private overseas organization which gives aid to war orphans. Would my contribution be tax deductible ? A. Contributions made directly :to a foreign organization are not deductible. However, you may deduct con,tributions to a U. S. organization that transfers funds Io a charitable foreigu organiza- tion but controls the use of the ~unds, or that uses the foreign ,arganization merely as an ad- ministrative arm. Contributions so certain Canadian charitable organizations may be deductible. However, the amount of char- ~atble contributions to Canadian groups cmmot exceed the percen- lage of "Canadian source adjusted gross income Chat is specified under Canadian income tax law. The organization can tell you whether it qualifies to receive charitable contributions, or you can find out by wri,ting to the Dircx:tor of International Opera- lions, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, D. C. 20225. Q. Please explain taxes that are deductible as income produc. ing expenses. A. You may claim as an intem- ized deduction certain taxes only if they are ordinary and necessary expenses incurrea in the produc- tion of income. These taxes must generally be imposed upon you and paid by you during your tax year. State transfer taxes on security sales, for example, stocks, bonds, etc., are the most common taxes that may be de- ducted as income producing ex- penses. Q. I just t~ok a new job in another state. The house I bought in the new location won't be ready for me to move into for a month. Are my living expenses during this waiting period deductible as moving expenses? A. Yes. The cost of temparary quarters that is, only meals and lodging, at the new location of work during any period of 30 cousecmive day,; after obtaining work is deductible if you meet the time and distance require- ments for moving expenses. To find out if you qualify, consult IRS Publication 421, "Tax Infor- mation cn Moving Expenses." It's available free at many ]RS offices. Q. I plan to buy a house this year to rent out for the tax bene- fits. Can I take a full year of depreciation on it if I plan to take none in the year I eventully sell it? A. No. If you acquire or dis- pose of property during the year, regular depreciation is allowable for only that part of the year you own the asset. Rites are Held For Max Evans Funeral services for Max Evans, Oshoto rancher who died June 14, were held 3une 18 at 2 P.m. in the First Presbyterian Church at Moorcroft. Services were conducted by the Rev. Robert Smeet. Burial was in *he Pine Grove Cemetery with Masonic graves!de rites by Tower Lodge No. 43 of Hulett. Arrange- ~ne~ts were in charge of Noecker FUneral Home, Gillette. Music was provided by Mrs. ~ris Hughes and Mrs. Deloris Reeves. Pallbearers were Don Gossman, Dave Reynolds, Dayton Allen, Don Williams, Tom Davis and Leslie Nicolen. A memorial has been establish- ed to the Heart I-und and persons ~y ctmtribute to the fund either ~Hughes Clothing, Moorcroft, or cocker Funeral Home, Gillette. Max Dana Evans, the sott of Albert W. and Eva Evans, was born Jan. 15, 1938 at Oshoto. He grew up there and attended coun- h-y school for eight years and ~Iso attended Moorcroft High School. On Jan. 1S, 1960, he was mar- tied to (~arlotte Wells at Hulett. 'I~e cotrple had resided on the EVans family ranch near Oshoto since then. MaMax was a member of Tower sonic Pmdge No. 44 of Hulett. He is survived by his wife b(~arlotte, Oshoto; one son, Kevin ., ashore; two daughters - Da- ~ice R. and Dana L., both of ~shoto; two brothers - Morrill Vans, London, England; and Warren Evans, Newcastle; two ~Sters - Mrs. Bernard (Ayvonne) uricht and Mrs. Gary (Cloma) ~)~nner, both of Moorcroft; and aeVeral nieces and nephews. bile was preceded in death by ~s parents and one brother. Miller Creek June 23 Opal Oudin p~M~and Mrs. Joey Engelhaupt, Whitley, Ind., became the Parents of a son June 16. He ~eighed 7 lbs., 9 3/4 oz.' and is ~aa~xl l"oomas Lee. Patelmal ~andp~rents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelkaup, and m~ternal ~parems are Mr. and Mrs. ~Wrence Pence, South Whitlev, ~mtiana. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben H.indman and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lichety of Kent Wash., were dinner at the Joe home. Mrs. is Mrs. Engelhaupt's sister. Tues- day ,ferry, Dottle and Dianna En- gelhaupt and Gregg and Cindy Lichety toured the Black Hills and the Reptile Gardens in Rap- id City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engelbaupt and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Lichety we~'e guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reu- ben Hindman Tuesday when the group dined at the Holiday Inn at Spearfish. Joe Engelhaupt and Jerry transacted business in Deadwood Wednesday. Chat HoP linsworth and friend, Rapid City, called at the Engelhaupt home Friday. Mrs. Joe Engel- haupt and daughters shopped at Crazy Days in Sundance Satur- day. ,ferry Engelbaupt and Jeff Garman attended the dance at Sttwgis Saturday night. Helen Ellard and Mrs. Wyman Bushnell accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Danny shopping in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Tuesday. Whi,tes were in Sundance Wednesday where they and Helen Ellard visited the Loren Lichety fam!ly and Hind- mans at the Reuben Hindman home. Mr. and Mrs.. Herman White and Danny attended the Cure sale Saturday in Sundauce, were supper guests of Helen El- lard and Terry Weichert afld vis- ited Sunday at the Wilford Ken- nedy home where they were din- ner guests. Mrs. Roger Rathbun and Billie Jo shopped in Spearfish Monday and in Sundance Friday. They were Friday luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin. Mrs. Tom Beagle called at the Roger Rathbun home Saturday and ac- comapnied Mrs_ Rathbun to the Bob Gaines home. Mrs. Roger Rathbun called on Mrs. Neal Garman Saturday afternoon. The Roger Rathbun familiy visited Mr. and Mrs. Ken Hutchins and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes Sun- day. Mrs. Penn Smith and Blanche Kelly accompanied Mrs. Hal Ou- din to Gillette Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin called at the Ty ttoese home Thursday evening. They attended the Crazy Days and Cure sale m Sundance Sat- urday and accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed attended the dance in Sundance in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Penn Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Hal Ou- din were dinner gueats of Miss Blanche Kelly Sunday when the group dined at Mateo Village. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander called a.t the Reno Lytle and Hal Oudin home Sunday forenoon. Dr. and Ma's. C. E. Gaines, Sterling, Colo., spem Tlaursday evening - Monday at the Gaines ranoh. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lewis and Rapid City, spent Saturday - Sunday at Gaines' al- btm and family, Mr. and Mrs. To'm Beagle, Bill; l)ewey, Chesnev l~athbun'and the I~ev,'is familY' were Saturday dinner guest~ of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Gaines where the men helped with branding. Mrs. Neal Carman attended the Republican Women's meeting and luncheon at Mateo Village Wednesday and shopped in Sun- dance Thursday. Friday, Mrs. Garman, Wayne, Christina and Ross shopped in Rapid City. Neal Garman transacted business in Sundance Saturday, Mrs. Con- hie Delasquez and Christopher, Albuquerque, N. Mex., arrived at the Neal Garman home Sunday' to visit. The ladies are sisters. SBA OFFICER TO BE IN SUNDANCE Larry Goodenough, Small Busi- ness Administration Loan Officer, will be in Sundance on Wednes- day, July 2, 1975. Goodenough will be available to discuss SBA's financial assistance and manage- ment assistance programs with owners and operators of small businesses and with persons in- terested in starting small busi- nesses. Those intereted should discuss their requirements with the Bank of their choice, prior to meeting with the SBA officer. Individuals who wish to meet with Goodenough while he is in Sundance may notify Richard H. Durfee, Executive Vice Presiden, t of the Sundance State Bank, at telephone number 283-1074. Bank officials will arrange to have Goodenough contact interested parties. Library Notes By Gretchen Olson Our Friday afternoon attend- ance at Story Hour is really great -- last week 41 boys and girls listened to stories and play- ed games. On June 27 Cheryl Wales will be your story-teller -- so all of you come back at 2 p.m. for an other hour of fun. We have purchased several books pel'Lallllilgo to tile llisLo. ',~ t;, the West; "The Last West" by Rus;e!l McKee; "Indians, a~ ]he West- erners Saw Them" by Andrew,~; "Where the W~'~ Stayed Young" by J. R. Burroughs; "'Roaming the American West" by D. Bow- el'. With the bi-qcpAcl~i"i., ..... ,'- about the Indiw,l::, c,t:; ~:: , S[1CCpFI1CI1, ll]lllcrs alibi iloi!12- ~,tcadcr:< wh() help. d ;::~'