Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho on June 28, 1967 · Page 15
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Idaho Free Press from Nampa, Idaho · Page 15

Nampa, Idaho
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Wednesday, June 28, 1967
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TAX QUEST/QMS Revenue Service Gives Answers (Editor's Note: This column positive identification because of questions and answers onfed- so many taxpayers have the eral tax matters is provided by same name. Nameschange too the local office of the U. S. IP., as marital status changes'. A ternal Revenue Service and is name in combination with an published as a public service to address presentsproblemsasso taxpayers. The column answers many people move each year Russ Seek Punishment Of Turkestan Straters Idaho Free Press i Cildwell News-Tribune. Wednesday, June 28, 1967 -- A'. S«ivice Directory 1 Servjce Directory j Service Diieclory 1 Service Directory questions most frequently asked by taxpayers.) Q- Last month's bank state- Congress passed a law several years ago requiring individuals ° lise iax identification num- ment showed the check I sent bers - Soclal Security numbers you for 1966 taxes had been !? ere selected l TM U»s purpose cashed. Does that mean ray re- ! Jec , ail5e mosl '^Payers already turn was OK? A -- No, it does not. Payments sent in with returns are deposited at once. According to the law, IRS generally has three years from the due date of the return to question any item. If fraud is suspected, this three-year limitation does not apply. Q - 1 teach in high school and plan to take a course this summer. Will I be able to deduct my tuition costs? A -- The costs of your education this summer may or may not be deductible depending on the circumstances. Ifthecourse is taken to maintain or improve the skills needed on your present job, is required b/ the school or taken because you need the credits to retain your position, the costs will be deductible. It will not be deductible U it were taken to meet the minimum requirements of your employment, trade, or business or to qualify you for a new trade or business. Q - Where can I find someone to represent meonataxcase appeal? A -- Contact your local accounting, bar or taxpractitioner association. They can give you the names of those qualified to represent you. Q -- My refund got held up because of a mistake I made in my Social Security number. Couldn't they just go by my name and address? A - A number is the only This number should be placed on all individual tax returns filed, correspondence with IRS concerning returns, payments for tax liabilities and similar documents. The number should also lie given to savings institutions to identify interest and dividend payments. Q -- 1 just started withholding social security (ax for my maid. Do I have to lake out for income tax too? A -- No. HcuseholJ employees are exempt from income tax withholding. Thenexlquart- erly installment for social security taxes is due July 31, on Form 942. Q -- I got an extension of time to file my return. Will 1 be charged interest when I do file and pay what 1 owe? A -- Yes, you will have to pay interest on the unpaid balance. The annual interest rate is 6 percent. The interest you owe should be added to your tax liability and the total sum paid when you file. Q - Who has to pay gift tax, the person making the gift or the one receiving it? A -- Federal gift tax is im= posed on the giver not the receiver. This section of the law does not apply unless a gift of more Uian $3,000 is made to any one person during acalen» dar year. Even then each giver had a $30,000lifetime exemption applies. MOSCOW (LPl_The Soviet Union has demanded punishment of the I'.S. pilots who strafed the Soviet ship Turkestan in the North Vietnamese port of Cam Pha north of Haiphong on June 2. One Russian was killed in the incident. The Tass news agency said the Soviet Embassy in Washington gave a statement on the Turkestan incident to the I'.S, State Department Tuesday. "The Soviet government expects that those guilty in strafing the vessel Turkestan should be strictlypunislied,"lhe note said. Range Feed Improves In Idaho BOISE (UPI) - The U.S. Department of Agriculture said that range feed condition in Idaho on June 1 was rated at 86 -- an increase of 11 points from the previous month. The current condition is 13 points above a year ago but one point below the 1961-05 average for June 1. Soil moisture and slock water supplies were adequate throughout the state and summer range feed prospects were described as good. "The Soviet side reserves the riglit to demand compensation in connection with the death of a member of the crew of the Turkestan and wounding of several other members of the crew and damage to the ship caused by piratic strafing from U.S. warplanes." Summit Talks Viewed WASHINGTON (I'PI)- Congressional leaders are cautiously optimistic that the "spirit of Hollybush" may ultimately lead to l-.S.-Sovie! accord. The majority sentiment on Capitol Hill appeared to be that President Johnson and Soviet Premier Alexei N. Kosyginhave had a chance to size each other up and substantive agreements now await future meetings. Senate Republican Leader Everett M. Dirksen said he was pleased that Johnson "had the guts" to let Kosygin know just where the United States stands on the important world issues. Senate Democratic Leader Mike Mansfield said he felt "the groundwork for changes in (he SHARPENING SERVICE SAWS - KNtVKS - SCISSOKS MOWKKS- C U l ' P K R S - T O O L S AUKINS LUMIiKH YAUU Kulus Hd Caldwell 459-7081 JOI'VS SI1IIUBUKUY SKiWCt: S!!UIUUE11Y SHAPED 4 TR1MMKD ALSO YAUD WOKK, 459-3021^ S U M M K K PUUN1NG, CHAFFING By specialist, 20 years exp. Garfiold Shults, Ph. 466-01'1 CUSTOM SPRAYING Insects, livestock, spider miles. A. It. HEIRONIMUS 466-0347 or 459-1020 SPRAYING" Licensed i Insured. We spray anything. l-ee Norland, 409-3251 MAGKK CABINET CO. If ii's made of wood, we'll build it! 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Sheep improved one point v, · M ,, . , ,, . ... during May to be rated at «1 b ' lght ' V, ,' rTM - / h e - up one from a year ago. *"''. ^*TM C TM«*'!; said he felt the decision of the two leaders to keep in touch "should be very assuring tothewholeworld." And Sen. J. William Ful- WELL DRILLING Serving Boise Valley since 194J. Cable Inol or rotary drilling gravel packing. Test holes, Irrigation 4 domestic, JliSS DOTY CaLdwell, 45D-9G1! or 459-OCZ7 Midway Hwy. 30. "Wliat aiiis do know about tlie the LA Art Museum Is Lusty Youngster By LINDA GALE United Press International LOS ANGELES iTJPP -T h e L o s Angeles County .Museum of Art In a lirtle more than two years has become the second most visited repository of art in the United States -surpassed only by the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Because the museum is yet a toddler, the permanent collection Is not fully developed. but the structure itself is a major attraction to tKe thousands of persons who strol'. through the galleries daily. The three buildings which comprise the museum appear to be floating on an ornamental pool but they are actually placed on a terrace which encircles a sprawling plaza -- and beneath this terrace level, the service area is common to all buildings. The Ahmanson Gallery, the largest building, is four stories and houses the permanent collection K'hich surrounds a four- story atrium. The L-ytton Building houses the galleries for changing exhibitions and conservation area. Special exhibitions change frequently and many art objects Ir. this building are loaned by private individuals or obtained through an exchange program with other museums. The Bing Center houses the auditorium, a cafeteria, the member's lounge and a children's museum which conducts several classes. Before 19G4. the museum vas housed in the Los Angeles County Museum of History and Science in Exposition Park. Founding trustees realized the need for an Independent museum of art and private funds were raised. Wtun the present structure was completed, it was made a gift to the people of Los Angeles. The museum has not yet achieved the tradition that Iu older counterparts enjoy. However. ;he galleries house cb- jects of art from pre-hlstory to present day. Examples of Egyptian sculpture, glass, faiencf and semiprecious stones are represented in various forms Outstanding in this collection of antiquities are a pink granite head from the fourth dynasty and two re- liefs from a tomb at Sakkara dating from the beginning of the sixth dynasty Hrarst Donation William Randolph Hearst donated some of the most Important sculpture to be found In a museum In the- United Stales -- the Lansdown Arte- Effect Is Awful LONDON (UPI}-Beatle John Lennon's pop art-painted Kolls Royce was a loser at the Concours d'Elegance rally at Battersea Park Sunday. It didn't even rank. One judge, wallpaper designer Sir Francis Rose, said "the radiator is good and the black windows are amusing but the overall effect is awful." represented in 2. .antiquities through.Friday:"';, ,_ from the Island of Cyprus which includes sculpture, tools and painted vessels. Chinese aft is outstanding In the Far Eastern Gallery with more than 3.000 years of art represented. Two of the most famous Persian carpets in existence, the "Coronation" and the "Ardabi!." were the contributions of billionaire J. Paul Getty. European paintings from the I4th through 18th centuries are by many of the great masters, including Holbein, de Hooch, Rembrandt Van Dyck. Rubens and Goya. The observer can follow developments in European and American painting from the 19th and 20th centuries with works from every major movement. The museum owns a number of works by Picasso which span more than 40 years of his career. The permanent collection also contains the works of French painters Degas, Plssar- ro, Toulouse-Lautrec and Matisse. The section of prints and drawings covers a broad scope of contemporary graphics Including earlier works of Durer, Chaucer. Goya. Modigliani and Whistler. Outstanding in a collection of stained glass panels and roundels are two great windows from the 14tli century Le Mans. The famous grisaille enamels of the 16th century Limoges complement the decorative arts section. and activity is picking up in the range lambs ' how much they agreed lo, 1 Doctors fo Meet don ' *""*·" SUN VALLEY (UPI) - Dr. Comp/ainf Filed Mildord 0. Rouse, Dallas, Tex., BO ISE (UPI) - A complaint newly-installed president of the has been filed in U.S District American Medical Association, Cou ,. t agains( a California food will address Ihe Diamond Anni- r irra Coking more than $400,000 versary meeting of the Irho damages for a 1965 accident at Medical Association here today (he Hailey Airport. Idaho Curbs, driveways walks, etc. Free ost. Bud Durch, Concrete Ph. 466-7090or 46C-6C45 351,000* DIRECTORY ADS LIKE THIS COST ONLY $ 49 per month * 13,500 Daily Paid Circulation times 26 publishing days DIRECTORY ADS GIVE YOU ... 1. Important daily exposure 2. Advertising with individuality 3. 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National Regional Clarified Rale 60 : A line Runs in bolh papers Idaho Free Press and The News-Tribune (Mir.imum 3 The Free Press and The News-Tiib'jne reserve the riglit to determine clossificalion under which all copy sha'.l be p-jblished. In case ol error Ihe free Press and Ihe News-Tribjne will only be responsible For Ihe first insertion. BUSINESS OFFICE HOURS 8 a.m. lo 5 p m. Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 12 noon Saturday CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY FROM TOASTERS TO REFRIGERATORS WE SERVICE ALL MAKES! Mi.n, 4S9.I505 KINDERGARTEN Contact Christian Schools, Drawer G., Nam pa Phone 466-9151 -- Eves. 459-1238 HERE'S WHY] YOU CAN Buy2 a ndSAV!! M TM lC WMINOUUM · *I | ODD PAINTS HARVEY HOFF Better Living Center 2922 Eost Cleveland 459-7484 EXCAVATING - TILE LINES · PIPE LINES · SEPTIC TANKS MODERN EQUIPMENT BOB BLESSING EXCAVATING 337-4223 HOMEDAIE 337-3837 · REMODELING · ADDITIONS · COMMERCIAL BUILDING ·USEMENTS .FJSIUtEmS · tMIUTHH HUMECTS BROS. CONSTR. 459-3476 CAIDWELL Mine Operators Reveal Program WALLACE (UPI) - A panel discussion on silver to be headed by Robert A. Wallace, assistant secretary of the U.S. Treasury, will nighlightthe 1967 convention of the Idaho Mining Association, July 13-15. Delegates to the meeting will be officially welcomed to the conference by Idaho Secretary of State Pete Cenarrusa, representing Gov. Don Samuelson. Other members of the panel will be Simon Strauss, vice president of the American Smelting and Refining Co. and John Stevens, president of the International Silver Co. The convention will also hear a report from representatives of the Coeur d'Alene d i s t r i c t mines. Trip Scheduled SALMON (UPI)-Members of Ihe National Lewis and Clark Hygcrlft. HiTculcf nnd Athena Most of the historical period? from Neolithic to Roman nrr Salmon Aug. 11 to start a three- day trip over portions of the trail In Idaho and Montana. Apis. Furnished Apis. 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