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i at the Jay Mayborry home Sun- In the Matter of the Estate ofTHE SUNDANCE TIMES day afternoon. ALBERT DEWOLF, Sundenee, Wyo. July S, 1973 Pete Peterson was a caller at Deceased the Louis Micolini home Monday NOTICE TO CREDITORS date of the first publication of morning. Notice is hereby given that Let- this notice, to Richard J. Macy, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cangemi ters of Administration have been Attorney for the Administratrix, of Port Huron, Mich. and Bill granted to the undersigned Ad- at his office in Sundance, Wyo- I'm lng. Wegher were Thursday dinner ministratrix by the District ming, and if such claims are not to write orders and make reports. Q What interest do you charge guests of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Per- Court of Crook County, Wyoming, so filed or exhibited, they will My employer does not furnish me due? Mr. and Mrs. Felix Perino,persons having claims againstDated this 19th day of June, ~~e space, so I do this work at on taxes that are not paid when ino. in the above estate, and that all be forever barred. e in my den. Can I deduct A Interest at the rate of 6 percent Mary and Bob were Saturday din- said estate are required to file ale portion of my household ex- a year is assessed on the unpaid ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Karl them with the necessary vouch- 1973. Peases attributable to this busi- balance from the date the tax is Thoeming. ers in the office of the Clerk of /s/Marion Cure, nasa use? due until it is paid. In addition, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wocicki were the above named Court or to ex- Administratrix A Yes. An employee may de- a penalty of one-half of one per- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and hibit them with the necessary duct expenses applicable to space cent is imposed for each month Mrs. Gene Wocicki and family at vouchers on or before three Richard J. Macy, Attorney set aside in h|s home that he or part of a month, beyond the Gillette. months after June 28, 1973, the Publish: June 28. July 5-12-19, '73 Uses regularly in connection with due date that the tax remains Linda Wocicki has been visiting his work. But he must be able unpaid, up to a maximum of 25 at the Leonard Zerbst home the to show that he is required to pro- percent, past week. Vide his own space and facilities Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wocicki and for the performance of his duties Four Corners Mrs. Ida Elliott arrived from Ida. and not that he takes work home he Falls, Ida. Wdenesday eve- as a personal convenience. For ning. Mrs. Elliott had been visit- example, if a businessman can ing the Wocicki's for the past Use his company' office after rag- Mrs. Francis Grubb and daugh- month. Thursday evening, Mr. ular hours, but, as a matter of ters, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paterson and Mrs. Joe Wocicki were din- convenience, brings work home to were Sunday dinner guests ofner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Harriet Peterson. Betty Etherton Wocicki. The Joe Wocickis visit- do. he may not deduct his house- and Ilone Williamson were callers ed relatives and friends here un- hold expenses. The kinds of expenses that may at the Peterson home Thursday. til Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Wocicki oe deducted if you qualify are Mr. and Mrs. James T. Chit- returned home with them for an allocated portions of rent li ht tim and Mr. and Mrs. James S. indefinite stay. b .... g Chittim were Sunday dinner Quite a number ofpeople from ills, taxes, interest on a mort- gage, etc. For more details, guests of Mr. and Mrs. David this area attended the Newmon see IRS Publication 530, "Tax In- Paterson and Jean. Scott sale Saturday. ~emremmation on Mr. and Mrs. David Peterson Anna Perino and John Semsey eowners." Deductions for It's available were Tuesday evening callers of were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. e by writing your Internal Rev- Harriet Peterson. and Mrs. Felix Perino. enue district office. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Semsey of qI sold my home at a loss. Can California have been visiting the IN THE DISTRICT COURT deduct the loss on my tax re- Lesley and Bud Simpson fami-SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT tin-n? lies recently. Mrs. Scmsey went State of Wyoming ) A No. A loss on the sale or ex- on to Michigan to visit relatives )ss. ~hange of your residence is not and friends. Louis remained here County of Crook ) . ecluctible. A profit, however, to visitotherrelatives and friends. - - - -- ~taxable, although the tax may ...... deferred under certain circum- Mrs. Roy Ondriezek, Brian and stances. For more information, Michiel were social callers of ~nfoee IRS Publication 523, "Tax Mrs. Jay Mayberry Thursday af- rmation on Selling Your ternoon. omen It may be obtained at Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry ao charge by dropping a post- were callers in Sundance Men- card to your Internal Revenue day and Wednesday. restrict office. Pete Peterson was a caller at Q Can I deduct the cost of tra. the Jay Mayberry home Monday. v.~?lng to a stockholders' meet- Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perino were callers in Belle Fourche Fri- A No. If your only interest in " day morning. Later that day, the company is the stock you own, they were also callers in New- You may not deduct the cost of traveling to a stockholder's meet- ! castle. Mrs. Tom Mitich was a caller Are you protected from HAIL losses? Them Is No Need For You To Suff~ Financial Ruin When Hall Strikes. You Can PraMct Yew Investment Through The Farm Bureau Crop Hail Insurance Prallram. Let Your County Farm Bureau Imurance Agent Ikplain The Low. Coat, High-Protection Farm Bureau Crop Hall Ineumn~ Policy To * You Now. Don't Wait Until It Is Too Late. CALL OR SEE Your Farm Bureau Insurance Agent MISS RUTH FROLANDER SPECIAL AGENT Ph. 283-3582 or 283-2885 Sundance Farmers - Applications for gasoline tax refunds are now being accepted at the Wyoming State Treasur- er's Off,ce. Forms may be obtained from Coun- ty agents, Farm Bureau offices, or the State Treasurer's Off,ce, Capitol Building, Cheynne, 82001. The refund is for gas purchased from July 1, 1972, through June 30, 1973, end is 7 cents per gallon on 70% of the gallon.age re- ported. Th,s is for gas used off the highway and for agricultural purposes only.. It cannot be reported in quantities of less than 50 gallons and the invoices must be on double faced car- bon, marked paid and signed in full by the vendor. _ m _-. _ -- ...... m IJI ~ IIIJ _11 _ I I_ I - - I1 Then let Dillon's Hardware prepare you by making Dillon's your one stop summer center because Dillon's has all the summer outdoor equipment that you need. Is it warm in your house this summer? If it is, why don't you stop in and look over the vast selection of fans that Dillon's has. That will put the cold back in your life. Lawn need watering? Dillon's can solve that problem also with their selection of hoses that will put the water of life back into that thirsty lawn. Taking a camping trip this summer") Make sure that you stop at Dillon's for all your camping equipment before you leave. Let your garden grow by giving it the moisture it needs to produce with a water sprinkler. You'll be glad that you did. Dillon's also has a good supply of other summer necessities such as lawn furniture of all kinds, thermos jugs and ice chests, Jet X car washers, so stop in before making your summer plans. Ph. 283-2438 m .A _ -- .,, i