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YOUR MONEY'S WORTH Save on Income Taxes: Deductions as Employe Stocks in 4th Straight Loss INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM)-C.II By SYLVIA PORTER (In collaboration with the Research Institute of America) Significant court decisions and which you probably can't find Treasury rulings even in the official Treasury forms package can vitally affect how much you, as an employe, will deduct on your 1968 tax return. If you are a teacher, you generally can deduct the costs of taking courses connected with your job. the Treasury has in the past interpreted this to mean thai you still had to be on the job or on leave of absence to KIFTH IN A SERIES deduct the costs, thus barring a deduction if you actually quit your job to take courses that would improve your teaching ability, lead to a better position, etc. Fifth in a Series Last year, an appeals court rejected this view and allowed a teacher to deduct the cost of a year of gradu- a t e study where this was a normal incident of teaching, even though she had actually quit her teaching job to lake the course. The court couldn't see why she should forfeit her deduction just because she hadn't arranged for a leave of absence instead. The Treasury then announced it will go along with this decision if the teacher quits "temporarily" to take a course (a quit would ordinarily be considered temporary if the teacher resumed teaching within a year). IF YOU ARE a union member, you can claim your union dues as an itemized deduction. But what about ihe non-union employe who chooses to pay a service charge instead of joining the union in his place of employment? Can he deduct these charges as the union member deducts his dues? Yes, he can, said the Treasury in '68. If you, an employe, itemize your deductions, you can deduct the fee you pay an employment agency to get a job. But the courts and the Treasury won't allow you. an employe, to deduct for the expenses of trying to get a job, w h e t h e r you try on your own or pay someone else 10 try for you. To illustrate: an employe paid $1.100 to a firm of executive recruiters to help him get a job. The firm prepared and circulated brochures to selected companies. The employe couldn't deduct the $1.100 because it was a cost of seeking employment, said the court; only the costs of securing employment are deductible -- and the costs of seeking a job don't become deductible just because the job is found. If you take deductions for business travel away from home and for e n t e r t a i n m e n t expenses in '68, DON'T throw away any supporting receipts, vouchers, other proofs. You may t h i n k t h a t if you keep an adequate expense diary, that will be enough to protect your deduction i our return is audited. This is only partly true. A COURT DECISION in '68 upheld the Treasury's right to disallow your deduction even with the finest diary entries if you don't have other "documentary" evidence to support (1) your lodging expenses while traveling away from home, regardless of amount, and (2) any business entertainment expense item of $25 or more. If you are taking deductions for either or both of these categories, safeguard those receipts, paid bills, etc. For instance, say you take several customers to a business luncheon. The bill comes to $24. You pay cash and don't ask for any receipt, but you do make an appropriate entry in your properly kept business expense diary. The Treasury cannot challenge your $24 entertainment expense deduction. But suppose the bill comes to $;iO. If you h a n d l e d it exactly the same way, the Treasury could disallow your entire $30 deduction. This would he despite your t i n e diary -- if you didn't have a s u p p o r t i n g document such as' a receipted bill to prove the item came to $25 or more. Monday: Commuting and Moving Expenses. NEW YORK (UP1) -The hears again dominated the stock market Thursday, and the current retreat spilled over to its fourth consecutive session. Turnover was moderate. The New York Stock F.xchange will suspend operations today to observe Washington's Birthday a day eaily. It was rough going for stocks from the outset, particularly since traders found little inspiration from the news background. Wall Street took a gloomy view of growing indications that f u r t h e r credit tightening may be in the cards as the Nixon Administration intensifies efforts to curb inflation. Uncertainly over the fate of the 10 per cent surtax on income, scheduled in expire on June :0. also was of pressing concern to traders. W i t h 1,568 issues crossing the tape, declines topped advances, 1,0-16 to 12. There were 62 new lows and three new hiphs. The New York Stock Exchange index mirrored a loss of 46 cents in the average common share price. The Dow Jones industrials plunged S.45 to 916.6:. winners. The moviemaker, rumored to be a takeover candidate, dipped 3 j to 40-' 1 ! on 251,600 shares. Occidental was in second place, alsn losing Volume 10.990.1)00 a g a i n s t \Vednesddv a g g r e g a t e d sh.ires. .is 10.ri90.000 to 4 H ' on 219.200 share*. Other oils in the minus column included Jersey Standard, off I 7 * : Cities Service, down 2'-_.: and A t l a n t i c Riv-lifirld. off 21 ;. S i n c l a i r , up more than 2 early in the session, shifted i n t o reverse in the final hour of trading to close down 3 s. Avnet held third position among the actives. JACK LONDON IT* Snrcrrd* I.O.S ANGELES (CN'S) -- Industrialist M a r t i n Stone Thursday was named new chairman of the Greater Los Anseles I'rhiin Coalition, succeed- in:; Dr. Lee DuBridge. rewly-rtppomted science advisor ti President Richard M Nixon. Twentieth Century-Fox topped the list of 15 most active issues, which included \:\ losers and two 179.200 shares. C IM/V WILL COST XI8MO O A K L A N D I.-PI -- It couldn't have cost much when a u t h o r Jack London's cabin was b u i l t . But it's going to cost $IS.OOO to rebuild it. INFORMATION ON ALL MUTUAL FUNDS Diversified Securities Inc 14, I Si"* ^ N t O N ' O OK i. 6 PHONE 423-0956 i Grain Market CHICAGO A P J -- \\t\t»t tutur« o ·Inifd I rrnl A bushel And oats And rve oosten greater loses but All att.-acied inie tale buying, and closed wiln losses ininicd on Iht Chicago Ronrd of Tra.ie riciav. Trade wan light between the opening anri fltnlna activity, airnouch *ll sep-. n'enls \vcrf nored on boln sides. Con !s:-jtli«est 'and this \ Lnie in began to :ered tne f . to v.-ciikfn corn cdnie into the uit lienry that whi'n n work, oossiblv v.-t\ff f winter whe, as a factor in inriic the scbiion when American Stock Exchange Today's Closing Prices ext in the sfisto .-gshorfmen ro wfrk, e x p o r t s Sv Associated Prtss Sites In lOCh. Lasl Arjnfi Hafll 56 / ] i-- '/3 -\UIIR Pr*c 22 8=4 .. 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Nat Radio C 10 N Realty 20 Not Systems I Nal Vtdt NBO Ind Neodhi 81 ._ _ 45 10'a+ 79 38'/2-- 1 27 12'/a 11 20 -i- 43 1SV4-- 1 27=.i-12? 31 --1 3 33 - Precis 16J 9^ Thr Nexv York port has ended th that began Dec. ?0, but other E Gulf Coast ports will be voting thi end. Oats and rye prices generally moved with corn and wheat but losses were oreater. Soybean oil tame under orotlt taking andc tosed on an irreoular tone niter advances of nearly 10 points Soybean men! rloscd on ,, slrono tone tr Ihe first time in tour sessions but soybeans were weak. Choice steers al^n rn H light profit taking bul s till closrri nn 'a moderfltelv firm ton-?, iced brrllers pcloed hlcher in light and \f\\e locfliv huving. I BOARD OF TRADE TABLE CHICAGO ( A P ) -- Thursday Prcv. Open High Low Close Close Thai's how much Oakland's port commissioners set aside Tuesday to haul t h e cabin 2.000 miles from Dawson City in Canada's Y n u k o n and sei h up in lairiv .lack London Square, a root tv developed w a t e r f r o n t area. .Vure'i The San Francisco-horn, 10 f " Oakland-raised writer in- KS scribed on its walls "author, miner, J a n u a r y 21, ^«"» 1898" after he dropped t str JSd o u l °^ l ' ie University of week- California and joined the noved Alaska cold rush. wrri . f _ _. Siern Mel Stcmco A Sloo Sh^n bll 1 Coro Struthr Well Stylon CTO Sunair Elect Supercrt SuCo«ch ,, ,J^~ Vi 1 32'/2 -i 17 isn-- \'t Svnlex CP 169 5B 3 i+Ps Svsioms Eng 121 26 7 /a-- ' a Svstron Don 13 21 -- H ramiir Elect -)S iSia V: TastyBK 5 21 -- ^a Technic One ?3 3B 3 ,i-f- ' 4 Technic Tap 102 7 - i 1.34 Techn;co Teleflex Telporomt Tciev Mfrs Tensor Co Ter Hud t j Te:oro Pet *'\ Texlron wt ?! 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R.62 8.51 8.47 8.07 7.62 7 46 SOYBEAN MEAL AAar 71.15 71.50 May 72.90 73.25 7.41 7.45 B7.42 71.10 71.30 71.10 72.85 73.05 72.80 74.35 74.60 74.30 74.50 74 30 Auo 7J.50 74.50 74.40 74..JO 74.3S SOD 72.20 72.45 72.20 72.JO 72.25 Oct 69.20 69.20 69.00 69.00 369.20 Ore 6H.15 6S ?5 fiS.05 068 05 flf3 20 ·""CHOICE 6 lf EE ^ B 6 ° 5 M -° 5sSB - 2a Apr 23.70 23.80 28.70 28.7^ 73 70 Jur 2S.45 28.47 2B.42 28.42 28.45 Auo 23.67 2R.70 ?0.iO ?3.67 28.65 Oct 28.62 26.65 2S.62 28.65 28.60 Dec 2B.50 73.55 28.50 28.50 i.18.60 "ROIL6RS 27.47 27.57 27.15 D25.57 ?27.S5 26.67 2i.72 26.67 ?6.7? ?6.70 ICED May 4 1 S 4 9 - 1 6 -- 5 - K 96 12 - Vi 101 46 7 / B --21 a 14 -- X2 U3i-- 63 3 5 - 4 -- 1 68 16 -- . 15 15'.*-- Vi CASH GRAIN .,, _ _ 36 )8Vj--1 i CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No ?!iarti .,,. _ 1/4 Unit Asb 1? ll'n vellow 1.40 n; No ? s o f t red 1.35 n. Torn 9-«-- VB'Unit Fds 70 Bit-- V»|No 2 yellow I.lS'j n.No 3 yellow 1.17'i. 15'/«-- J.aiUllndCp w 51 Wt-- It Oats No 2 extra draw white 73'i n. Sov 33 -- 'VUn Natl iny 89 9 r /.-- U Deans No I vellow 2.64i* n . " " Soybean oil 9.20 n. Southern California Edison Company D I V I D E N D S The Board of Director! has authorized the payment of the following quarterly dividends: ORIGINAL PREFERRED STOCK Dividend No. 239 35 cents per shire; CUMULATIVE PREFERRED STOCK, 4.32% SERIES Dividend No. 88 27 cents per shire. The above dividends arc payable March 31, 1969 to s h a r e h o l d e r s o f r e c o r d M a r c h 5. C h e c k s will he mailed from the Company's office in Los Angeles, March 28, 1969. PRtNTISC.HALE.Treasurer February 20, J969 44V'j 12V; 3 IS'i Neisner Bros Neilv Ooi NeslleLe NE Nuclr N HampB :S3 26 20 21 Vi--1 5 U 1 /:-- V 7 14 a 3 .!- '/4 28 i9i/ 2 _ v. .. WA-- '/. 2 15'-4-- ^ M 305 73i-- V. New MexA 2 2P/4 .. NevvPark M 110 12 N Pror 13 41 --1 N Y T I n . . . NMS Indust 77 Norf So Rv 1 Nor Am Rov 1 Nor Cdn Oil 297 Noeast Airll 13 '.'4-- Vt, \ do pf zlOO . -- '/· I Novo Ind 105 58 21U-- ? 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' v , li'' 2 --1^1 LOS A N G E L E S (UPI-FSMNS) -- Live- - i7j^_ t ( ;| itock morket Artesia for Feb. 19. Cattle 600, cnlves 703; slauphtf r cows 1 '[ 50 higher; oilier slauahter classes In 81/3-- A j : small iuoplv; feedei classes strong; M -3 x' slaughter classes: cows -- utiiijv HOI 43'/i -r,' steins 19.50-21.50; few high vielriing uiili- i 16fi : tv and commercial 21.50-77.20; cutter ' 30i,4-- J i! 17.50-19.50, fev/ 19.50-20.00; calves -- ?3W--P/4 good 27S-JOO Ib. 2fii5-?a.*0: stnndrird 350-400 Ib. 25.50-25.85; feeder classes: steer calves -- few good 350-470 Ib. 28.00-34.2S: one load oood 3B5 Ib. steer and bulls 30.00; standard and nood mostly HoMeim 150-300 Ib. 30.00-36.25; steers Dooley's Super Special ;23 BIG^OINCH 295 SO. IN. PICTURE, LARGEST COLOR TUBE MADE dlog. meal. COLOR TV CONSOLE 25,000 Volts picture power, Transistorized UHF tuner, Set-N-Forget VHP fine tuning, front speaker and UHF loop antenna. OOOLEY'S SALE PRICE: 398 88 FREE DELIVERY, 90 DAYS SERVICE IN YOUR HOME, 2 YEARS PICTURE TUBE G U A R A N T E E AND 1-YEAR PARTS GUARANTEE) Packard Bell C0968 Mediterranean Spanish 196?Models Compare Dooley'i LOW PRICES! DOOLEY'S Hardware Mart S075'LONCR»CH BIVO - N O R I H LQNG BUCH 13'i- '-lect ^ s i 80 14 S ,B-- V 5 78VB-- l?i 67 373,-- p, 28 27 1 /:-- ^ ? 16 8V 24 ~2 _ 4-2.00; 275 Ib. 3B.OO; 375 Ib. 35.50; few standard and QOod 200-350 Ib. 27.00-30.50; 375500 Ib. 23.25-25.25; Heifers -- few oood ond chfiicp 770-950 Ib *t*rterl on ieeri 73.00-25.00. mostly 2OO-25.00. Instruml Svs 153 32W--2V Ohi ' 20 11 -- *n ri 28 27'. ·-- 4 k i O K 51 ij _ H Okonitc intercon ind Inl Controls in! 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Garanlnc 49 i-- Vt Garland I LOS ANGELES (UPI--FSMHS) -- Cilmarket: raocfruii And lemons v'ead^ «nd un- orflnscs about stffldv. s: navels 56s nnri laroer 3.75- i 00; Coar.helU V»M*v *nrt Arizona val- .V7S-4.00. A 17 eg. ft. FOR THE PRICE of a 15 cu. ft. Why Settle for a 15 cu. ft. when you can buy a 17 cu. ft. for the same price? PHILCO NO FROST Supermarketer with 17 cu.ft total capacity 5 big freezer shelves, 5 full width refrigerator shelves, full width crisper, roomy meat keeper and can dispenser in door. DOOLEY'S LOW PRICE Free delivery, 1-year service and 5-year guarantee on refrigeration unit. DOOLElf S Hardware Mart 5075 LONG BEACH BLVD.-NORTH LONG BEACH

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