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The Internal Revenue Service will expand its electronic filing program into 36 states, including the entire state of California in 1988, according to Sacramento IRS District Director Raymond A. Spillman.
“To give you an idea as to how fast electric filing is growing in California, the Sacramento area was selected for the program two years ago, the 18 counties that comprise the San Jose District, were added. For the 1989 filing season, electronic filing will be available throughout California,” Spillman said. During the 1988 filing season, more than 580,000 taxpayers nationwide chose to file their returned electronically, Spillman added.
The Sacramento district is seeking participants in its electronic filling program. Interested tax practitioners may inquire about necessary qualifications by Kay Krogue, the Sacramento district’s electronic coordinator.
Thomas E. Dewey and California Governor Earl Warren are the 1948 Republican presidential ticket.
Dewey was unanimously nominated by the 24th national convention Thursday night, June 27.
He picked Warren to run with him as vice president and the convention on Friday confirmed that choice by acclimation …
Howard B. Lewis, Mayor of the city of Placerville, on Friday of last week issued a proclamation designating July 4th, 1948, as the one-hundredth anniversary of the birth of the City of Placerville.
Ceremonies at the Fair Grounds this coming Sunday during the 4th of July celebration will mark the occasion.
The Diamond Springs Fire Department recently took delivery of a fire truck to serve the community. The purchase is the culmination of efforts of the volunteer fire department’s fund raising campaign which began about a year ago.
The new piece of equipment is of the high pressure fog type with two pumps and cost $6,000. It was bought from the Food Machinery corporation of San Jose …
Herbert Green, secretary of the volunteer firemen, said that all calls for assistance within a reasonable distance would be answered where it was felt the equipment would be of help.
“All but $1,000 of the purchase price has been raised,” Green said.
Salute of guns at sunrise.
Parade will move at 10 a.m. sharp, marching from Morey’s Foundry to M. E. Church then countermarching to Opera House.
Company H will give an exhibition drill before entering the Opera House where the following literary programme will be given:
Music by Mountain Concert Band.
Invocation by Chaplain Rev. Geo. C. King.
Address by President of the Day, Mayor J. Q. Wrenn.
Reading of the Declaration, Mrs. A. K. Zwisler.
Song, “Star Spangled Banner” Mrs. B. F. Rhodus.
Oration, C. E. Peters.
Recitation, Mrs. Horace Walling.
Music by Band.
Afternoon sports will begin promptly at 1 o’clock p.m.
The 4th of July Committee of Placerville offer the following prizes: Best decorated Float, $25; best decorated Carriage, $15; best decorated Buggy, $10; best decorated wagon from outside city limits, $10.