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December 18, 1969     The Sundance Times
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IRS SENDS CARD EXPLAINING NEW 1040 Cheyenne, Wyoming --- Each of the 18 million taxpayers in the United States ~who filed the now dis.contimmd card 1040 A Form last year will receive a post- card next week cx,plaining the change to the new consolidated 1040 Form, the Internal Revenue Service announced today. This year all taxpayers will re- ceive a larger, complete tax pack- age that includes the one-page basis 1040 and additional pages or schedules which may or may not be used according to the tax- payers' needs. Past 1040A users will find that except for a few lines the new 1040 asks for the same informa- ,lion as the old card corm and Chat ,they probably will not need to ~ill out more than one sheet of paper ~o make out their re- turns, the card says. In the past, taxpayers who us- ed the 1040A could not take ad- vantage of certain tax credits or exclusions and could not itemize their deductions. A principal reason for making the change to the new form is to enable tax- payers to take full advantage of the tax benefits the law provides, the postcard says. ~Most taxpayers should receive their individual tax forms and in- structions by mail the first week of January. Officers of the Crook County Extension Council are shown above following a recent meet- ing in Sundance. Left to right are Mrs. Fred Wilert, Beulah, president; Mrs. Willism Crago, Beuloh, vice pres- ;ident; Mrs. Lloyd Cole, Sun- dance, outgoing secretary; Mrs. Freda Snyder, Sundence, newly- Installed secretary; and Mrs. Hen- lry Pickerd, re-elected ~ treasur- Qr. Photo by Warren Ferrell Issue to Appear The Christmas editi.on (~f The Sundance Times will be publish- ed next ~M'(~nday, Dee. 22. ~a~eas(m for the early publica- lion date o the Dec. 25 issue is to allow .the newspaper to be de- livered before Chris t,mas to sub- seribers in the county's rural ar- eas. Oeadiine for all news and ad- vertising material in ,the holiday Issue ~viU ,be Saturday, Dec. 20. The newspaper, ~rhieh normally appears Wednesday a{ternoon, ~vill publish ~onday afternoon. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sunda, ce, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 PHU BAI, VIETNAM---Captain Robert McCrary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett L. McCrary of Casper, talks with Wyoming Congressman John Wold during Wold's visit to the XXIV Corps at Phu Bat, Vietnam on the Congressman's recent fact-finding tour. Captain McCrary is assigned to the Judge Advocate's Office of the U.S. Army Support Command at Cam Ranh Bay. Mrs. i~ancls I-tefde, who under. ~vent surgery Dec. 9 in Lookout ~emorial Hospital, Spearfish, is expected o be released ~ram the hospital ,Friday. \ PHONE, LONG DISTANCE KEEPS YOU OUT OF HOLIDA TRAFFIC, BUT CLOSE TO YOUR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF LOW RATES AFTER SEVEN P.M. WEEKDAYS AND ALL DAY SATURDAY, SUNDAY AND HOLIDAYS,/ Mona Short Line Tel. Co. for children- mothers- Ph. 283-2943 Registers Register Forms Salesbooks Restaurant Checks Garage Repair Orders Sills of Lading Fuel Meter Checks Insurance Forms Complete Line of All Business Forms Ph. 283-3411 at Jack & Jill you'll find e Sundance Sundance