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ARTILLERY AIRLIFT A CH 54A Flying Crane of the Kansas Army National Guard airlifts a 155mm howitzer of B Battery, 1st Battalion, 49th Artillery, Wyoming Army National Guard, from Camp Guernsey to field firing locations ized deductions or standard de- duction and this year's tax rates and exemptions; or (4) each in- stallment is equal to 90 percent of the tax computed, based on the taxable income for the months preceding the month in which the installment is due as if the period was the taxable year. For more information on esti- mated tax and the special rules that apply to farmers and fisher- men, see IRS Publication 505, "Tax Withholding and Declara- tion of Estimated Tax." It's available free by writing your Internal Revenue district office. Q. My 17-year-old daughter quali- fies as my dependent. This year she'll probably earn over $750 from a part-time job and receive about $20 in interest from her savings account. Will she have to file a return for 1973? A. In general, an unmarried mi- nor must file an income tax re- turn if she had gross income of $2050 or more during the tax year. However, if the minor had any unearned inctmle during the year (interest, dividends, trust income, etc.) and another tax- payer is entitled to claim an ex- emption for her, the minor must file if she had $750 or more in gross income. Your daughter would have had to file a return anyway if she wanted a refund of tax withheld from her earnings. N. S. Clarks Mark Sixty-second Anniversary The 62nd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Clark, Sun- dance, was celebrated Sunday, July 1 at the Clark's home. The group enjoyed visiting and lunch- eon with two anniversary cakes being served. The Clark's wed- ding anniversary date was June 28. Present to celebrate the oct& stun with the Clarks were Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson and Jean, Four Corners; Mr. and Mrs. James Chittim, Osage; Raymond Clingan, Laramie; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clark and Gerry, New- castle; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Johnson and Scot, Newcastle; Marlin Ray Lappe, Newcastle; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Clingan and family, Up- ton; Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Clark, Clara Closson, Upton; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lappe, Eileen Rawhm~- ser and Mike, Tommy Clark, ,Iohn Miller and ()liver Clark, Sundance. Mrs. Ethel Start observed her 89th birthday at her home here Sunday. Afternoon guests to enjo! birthday cake, ice cream and cof- fee were: Lila Zimmerschied, Iv- is Partlow, Kate Donaldson~ Clara Harvey, Blanche Kelly ang Cora Smith. But as the membership rolls of the National Federation of ~dependent Business show, ne auto industry is perhaps the backbone of the small bus- Iness community. Not only arc there Independent ear dealers, gasoline dealers, but auto ac- Cessory stores, tire stores, tune- Op shops, brake shops, and list of Job giving enterprises that would take several col- disruption of the American economy would reach depths that are beyond the imagina- tion, Unemployment would skyrocket, for one thing. * S S It Is perhaps possible, Its some claim, that the public and the economy has become too dependent on the automobile, but this is a pointless discus- sion at this time, because the facts arc that there exists at thls time no workable sub- stitute and there will be none for some time in the future. As lofty as their idealism is, the environmentalists have done a great deal to create the current problem, and again, as demonstrated so often, ideal- ism and practical economies do not jibe. Thus, as the nation enters the summer season, it is well to heed and cooperate with this warning, bearing in mind that the gallon of gasoline you save today may result In the saving of your Job tomorrow. There are many reasons why the na- tion has been brought to the brink of this emergency which threatens the greatest economic disaster ever to befall any nation. But at this point in time, it is quite futile to pick a goat. But if there is not an exercise of individual respon- sibility, it will surely follow that more bureaucratic con- trois will be Issued to allevi- ate the condition created by ~mns to list. bureaucratic bumbling. National Federation of Independent Business minor share of these jobs. that 1 out o! every 6 jobs in this country depends to some qegree on the auto industry. 13etroit itself, accounts for a YouCan Only One Notice of Subscription Expiration Will Be Mailed to You Expiration Date :e Times The month of expiration appears after your name. John Doe .............. - - (Means your subscription has ex John m u mm mm mm mm m m m ml mm (Moans your subscription will expire 1973, You Have more than one year in advance) (To P. O. Address in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $5.00 per year) To P. O. Address outside Wyoming (other than counties listed above) $5.50 per year. Jt should be borne in mind Conditioning systems, shorter a4eatlon trips by prlvate ear, a~d other alternatives. Apparently, while the out- look is quite cloudy, a drop of only 2 to 3 per cent in the consumption o! gasoline could see the nation weather the storm, according to some. While it is recognized that th~ public is getting quite fed Up with edicts, regulations and admonitions flowing out of Washington in a never ending Stream it is perhaps prudent that some attention be paid to 8e6retary Morton's words. Among other Items, he ad- vised t sparing use of auto sir PUblic to use some restraint In the consumption of motor fUel this summer. $ Co-operation Is Good Sense .. l~eeently Interior Secretary If the use of the automobile ~togers Morton appealed to the is substantially curtailed, the WASHINGTON AND SMALL AS HEARD BY HEARD filin "oin'l " or ma "i GERTRUDE BY TROGDOI'I g t y) you y cm m -- a c edlt of one half of the con- r ' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oudm were tribution ,,t t, hosts for a family gathering at i ...................... nda A-e -in ....... ($25 for married persons filing tnew .home. na [ ( I )[ oinfl, a were trs. Anme uumn, wr. anu I 1 J "J'" Mrs Merle Reed, Mr and Mrs. I Im x_ II ] Q. Does the IRS automaticallyHal'Oudin " m (-~v~ II ii impose ape nalty on a taxpayer " I ~/JP ,~,~., [1 Q- I don't think the agent who nor for a local political candidate, who underpays his estimated tax I 1/- :i lned my return was right Can I deduct this as a political installment? , I ]/ tf I_ ! disallowing some of my de- contribution? A. "the 6 percent estimated tax BIRTHS I h, l u 'tions. Is there anyone else A. Yes. This amount is eligi- penalty does not apply if each J +,,. ///II # " lUlIil I the IRS I can see about this? ble for deduction or credit as a installment is paid on time, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald W. (Bus-I ill/1 Ilia] l .Yes. You may request a dis- political contribution, so long as the total paid (1) is at least 80 ter) Popham, Sundance, are the [ VA ]4g'JY et conference to discuss the the dinner is clearly in the con- percent of the amount due on the parents of a baby daughter, Heidi ["f "" | Sputed deductions The way to text of a campaign of an announc- basis of the final tax return for Kay, born June 24 at Crook Coun- [ ]ff- I this is described" on the notice ed candidate and is not primarily the year; or (2) is at least as ty Memorial Hospital. Heidi I if/ V'"qC'~l~g ~ IN Lt~g_] YOU received explaining the pro- a device to confer private bene- much as would have been paidweighed in at five pounds and[ /ff POSed chances in your tax. fits in the form of meals or en- based on the tax shown on your eleven-and-a-half ounces. I /// ..... ! .The eon 'erence provides you t rtainment to the contributor. 1972 return; or (3) is equal to a I ff] 141 ith an independent review ot For example, a traditional poll- tax that would have been comput- THE SUNDANCE TIMES ......... [ questioned items. For more tical testamonial dinner, where , ........ J "ff, Ormation, see IRS Publication the meal is considered only inci- ed using last year s raceme, item- Sundance, Wyo. July $, 1973 "Audit of Returns, Appea! dental to the political speeches ~ghts and Claims for Refund given for the candidate, would ts available free by writing to be eligible for the deduction or ~mar Internal Revenue district of- credit. POSTAL REGULATIONS Require that Subscriptions" be PAiD IN attended a $2$-a.plate din- You may deduct no more than $50 ($100 for married taxpayers ADVANCE