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December 12, 1963     The Billings County Pioneer
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December 12, 1963

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1963 "I-IE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK Splits picked were: E. Cooke t TOWN & COUNTRY LEAGUE I 4-5, V. Schroeder 3-6-8-10, M. r Team standings: Won ]host Peplinski 3-10, S. Eldridge 5-7-9, 1 Cameo Studio 37 18_ M. Kukowski 5-6, G. Schrom 5- Beach Jewelry 29 27 8-10, V. Weinreis 3-7-10. I PetroIane 28 27 ] ]ob's Lanes 27 29 Guest of Son-- E C and E 24 32 I Mrs Thorvald Vieland of { Iiracle ,Gas 23 33 Beach was a guest of her son and i High eam series: JBeach Jew- wife, YIr. and Mrs. Leo Brown, t elry 2545, Miracle Oas 2510, at Billings, :Mont., over the] Cameo ,Studio 2440. High team Thanksgiving holiday weekend.] game: each Jewelry 939, Cameo She arrived back at her home in *Petrolane 862, Miracle Gas 858. Beach on Monday. Mrs. Vieland High ind. series- V. Weinreis says the new shopping centers 488, E. :ohler 478, V. ISchroeder there were fa'bulous. 458. High ind game: E. Kohler 197, V. Weinreis 18:2, L. Ueckert Buy in your own home town, 181. where your bread is butteed We Are Now Taking Orders For Seed Wheat Canadian Cert. Lee $2.85 per bu. Canadian Cert. Pembina $2.80 per bu. Canadian Cert. Chinook $2.80 per bu. Canadian Cert. Canthatch $2.80 per bu. Canadian Cert. Selkirk $2.80 per bu. N. Dak. Cert. Justin $3.60 per bu. Cleaned, Bagged and Treated 0 :IAL Readers are invited to submit"  .... eir questions to Social Security . A SWER: .No. w.nere agrlcm- ' dmtnistrati,- P c mx o I turin wor is concernect, you l]is ,-,-b 'Da " c',,,"" ,,''[ pay the tax and make the report be answered in tiis "mn ":';t only once a year, and this is r S COIU n aDgl ....... an ndividu  - ..... *  .... hoone in anuary on orm, i. rriter .... v, ........... QUIES'FION: I hire a man to __ l work on my farm during the QU, ESTION: I am a farmer and spring, summer, and in'co early have a hired man during my fall A neiglbor told me that I busy season When should I re- should report this man s wages port his wages for social security right away or there might be purposes? some sort of a penalty. Is he BEACH COOP GRAIN CO. itypurposes every three months. Do I report the wages paid to my hired man every three months ? 1S correct ? ANWIR: Your neighbor is mistaken. Cash wages paid to a 00,PRON STRINGS ANSWER: His wages should be reported in Sanuary of each year. QUESTION: I hire a man to help me on my farm as I need him. Sometimes he works a full day and again he will work only a few hours. He may work on 25 or 30 days during the year. I doubt if he will earn $150 in wages all year long. Should these be reported the same as for a full-time man? A.NSWrE: Yes. They should be reported the following January on ,Form 943. Just as long as he was paid on a time 'basis, the wages must be reported, if he works on 20 or more days during the year. QLESTION: I used to work in town .but now I operate my own farm. My previous eraployer re- ported my wages .or social secur- these services rendered? AINSVCER: No. With a few ex- ceptions, only cash wages are subject to social security taxes. QUFSTION: My 70-year-old i father receives railroad retire- JCQUEUNE ment but never had any social MEYER security coverage. I operate an open air fruit market and need Home Service a night watchman. Can I hire Advisor my father for this job and pay social security taxes on his wages to hep him get coverage? AJNSWER: Yes. Work done by MEATS a parent in the son or daughter's Pork Loin Roast trade or business is covered by Loin roast is a popular pork social security. This represents buy, especially for Sunday or a change in the law effective pecial occasion dinners. End-cut with 1961. Work performed by a Ioin roasts are more economical 'parent in the private home of a than center cut. The end-cut son or daughter is still not cover- roas'ts have the same good flavor ed, however, land high quality proteins as the QU'ESTION: Rather than both- fancier roasts. erirg with deductig 3-5/8% tax Beef Shanks on the money I pay y employee Shank meat is lean with- quite each *week, can I just pay the a bit of connective tissue and is full 7% myself at the end of usually sold with the round the quarter when the report is shank bone left in. To bring out due? its full meaty flavor, the best AISWER: Yes. If you desire way to cook it is by braising. The m pay it alI yourself, that is long, slow cooking time needed your privilege, fo braising is worthwhile when [you taste the resulting tender, To California delicious meat of the shanks. farm worker whether he works Marvin ThiI1, man.ager of ASC Thrifty Lamb Should Ross! full-tme or part-time is reported office in Watford City, was a A lamb shoulder roast is one to the Internal Revenue Service weekend visitor in 'Beach, en- of the thriftiest buys one can only once a year. This report is route to Sebastopol, Calif. He make when selecting lamb for a due during the month of January wiI1 visit with the Edgar Ku- meal The tender meat cooks as covering the wages paid during kowsk[ family, .brother and other easily as a leg roast, and it takes rel.atives, to garnishing in the same man- ner. It pays to buy where you live Larob shoulder roasts a r e i the world his prices are right. the past year. QTESTION: I operate a small business and pay my wife a sal- ary for the time she spends working for me. Am I supposed to pay social security tax on these wages? /NSWER: No. Work done by a wife for her husband, or by a husband for his wife, is not covered by social security. ! QU,ESTION: I am a mechanic and recently made some major repairs on a friend's car. In re- turn, he painted my shop for me. No money passed hands either way. Do we pay social security taxes on the value of I in the mood holiday A FREE00 .... win a boys or girls bike RULES 1. Employees and their immediate families are not eligible to enter the contest. 2. Drawing will take place during Decem- ber 20th Queen City Dairy Broadcast on KDIX-TV. 3. Entries must be in before 12:00 noon, December 20th. 4. Contest is open to residents of all ages in the Queen City Dairy's Market area. 5. No limit! Fill in and mail as many coupons as you wish. HERE'S HOW YOU WIN On every half gallon carton of Queen City milk there is a coupon. All you have to do is fill in your name and mail or bring the coupon to Queen City Dairy's office in Dickinson. Here's Your Chance To Have a Brand New Bike and Enjoy The Wholesome Goodness of Queen City's Milk. A A I i l availble in three forms: sh4- der, shoulder roll and cushj. shoulder. The shoulder roast i a square cut with bone removec to form a pocket to hold stu- ing. Versaiile Franks A small fry's version of Uto,p might well be a place where he could have "hot dogs" at every meal. Mom thinks the versatile frank is pretty wonderful, too. She knows t h at thrifty all-meat franks are ideal for a family din- ner, a school day lunch or a snack any time of the day. She knows, too, that franks axe 'among the most economical of a[! meats because there's no shrink- age and no wa'ste. "Hot dogs" are fully as nutri- tious as the meats from which they are made. They contain the same high quality prctein, vita- mins and minerals as found in i all meats. Quickie Meat Cuts :Shorten your cooking hours with a ,ariety of fresh beef cuts ---beef steaks (club, porter- house, rb, sirloin and T4mne), "minute" or cu, bed steak,s, sliced[ liver and ground beef. In the pork line there are ham slices and pork sausage pa, tties ancl links. Merchants appreciate it when you tell them you have react their ads, and when a merchant advertises it shows he is telling l SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! WINTER TIRE SATURDAY BLITZ! ONLY We're overstocked 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. in most tire sizes. Economy Nylon starting at @ Premium Nylon SUBURBANITE starting at ,,oo,,:.r'. ,o0 o, 'ISgS the line inter tire pius tax and in a full range of 0d tre sizes and types. @ MATCHING WHEELS OFF When you buy a pair of any tires in this ad. 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