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Bennington Banner (Newspaper) - April 14, 1965, Bennington, Vermont How to prove you filed tax on time your moneys Worth More at Woolworth 441 main Street Bennington Vermont Burlington a could you prove that you filed your income tax return on time suppose it goes astray or mis marked on receipt by the District directors office or otherwise shows up late according to the Treasury a records. To avoid a penalty for late filing you would have to be Able to prove that you did file on time. This can be a mighty Tough Job says Faith prior Extension family economist at the University of Vermont. Most taxpayers have no actual proof of filing. To cite an example one Man filed his �?T55 return in january �?T56, showing a credit due of $355. But i sept. 19, 1956, he received a letter that the Treasury had no record of his �?T55 return. When he checked by phone he was told to forget the matter because his return had been found. In 57, the Treasury referred to his �?T55 return and found that it was stamped Recd june 24, 1957. The taxpayer had to prove that the Treasury stamp was wrong to avoid the lateness penalty. He did this indirectly by showing that i he was never previously charged with filing a late return 2 he could still Correct a failure to file after he received the notice because he showed a credit due him. The court believed him. Mrs. Prior offers this recommendation. It May pay to mail your return by either certified mail or registered mail with return receipt requested. Better still deliver the return by hand and get a receipt from the District director. The Law does no to provide that proof of mailing a receipt proof of filing but generally the Treasury will accept the postmark. But the Only absolute proof direct delivery. 4-h camera project popular Burlington a you can get a shot in any season with the 4-h photography project. This new 4-h program has proved not Only popular but a rewarding Hobby for both boys and girls according to John d. Merchant state 4-h club Leader at the University of Vermont. Club members Are supplied with How to do it manuals prepared by experts from the cooperative Extension service and the Eastman Kodak company merchant said. Local club leaders usually Are parents or Young adults with an interest in photography. Professional photographers or proprietors of camera shops serve resource people. Kodak donor in an awards program started last year under the direction of the National 4-h service committee. This Leisure time Hobby has turned into a real help for school and club activities. Last year the Young camera enthusiasts sent in glowing and colourfully illustrated reports of their efforts. The project begins with Basic instructions in care and handling of a camera. Many 4-h�?Ters say that they use their newly Learned photography skills to record Progress in Home improvement conservation safety and other projects. Parents appreciate it too. Especially if they be been through a Long series of crooked pictures houses on a slant faces in a Shadow a a who a that a a i done to know he went by when i clicked the or have taken a few Lemons themselves. Three work units Are now in use and cover subjects from holding a camera to developing film and enlarging pictures. Fourth and advanced units will be off the press this Spring. Any boy or girl Between the Ages of 9 and 19 can enrol in a 4-h photography project merchant said. Contact a local club Leader or county Extension agent. Thorn on he a its Elf a Board new York a the Elac Board of directors held its first annual meeting Here april 8 to elect officers review Progress and plan activities for the next year. Arthur Thompson of Maine a potato grower who Active in civic and farm organizations was re elected chairman. Also returned to office Houghaboom Extension economist at the University of Vermont vice chairman and Lawrence Rhodes Extension farm management specialist at the University of Massachusetts Secre tary treasurer. Two Vermont directors also attended the meeting Harmon j. Sheldon an Orchard St and Dairyman from fair Haven and Malcolm i. Bevins Vermont Experiment station economist. Elac the Legal name of the organization a system of electronic farm accounting. Members pay a Small fee based on the size of their farm business for the service. Faster winery this a Way out easter Bonnet won the a most Beautiful award for Paul Bohn a first grader in Salinas. Calif. He made the hat at Home for the schools pre easter Parade and he looks a Little embarrassed by the award that was conferred by student body vote. Up photo new plastic containers seen boosting milk sales by Jesse Bogue up financial editor new York up a More and More the Ordinary Glass milk bottle fighting to hold its place on americans doorsteps and in its refrigerators. The coated paper Container already has established itself firmly in most retail outlets. Now plastics Are threatening to take Over an even greater proportion of the milk Container Market. Already test marketed in scattered sections of the country the polyethylene half gallon and gallon Container on the Market for More than two years will be bidding for a major share of the attention of Dairy menus representatives again at the National packaging exposition and conference of the american management association opening in Chicago april 5. A by this summer you la see the disposable plastic milk Container Over the whole Market area from Pennsylvania to Massachusetts a said David a Wallace executive vice president of american Seal Kap corp. These he said will be in the half gallon and gallon sizes and mainly formed from High density polyethylene. These he said now Are priced at just slightly More than the paper Container for milk but Wallace cited what he said were other Cost advantages to dairies in use of the plastic Container. A and a he said a every Dairy which has gone to these has experienced a gain in sales until their competitors came along with the same the Dairy Industry he noted Only one Type of user for plastics in the $24.5 billion packaging Market plastic containers Are turning up in dozens of applications in household preparations even meats. He cautioned too that the makers of Glass paper and metals Are scrapping every step of the Way with their own new products and applications of existing devices. Conservation conversation sediment in farm Ponds becoming major problem Competition College station Tex. Up a Wisconsin dairymen hoping to Corner a share of the nations Gigantic soft drink Market have formed a company to sell milk in soft drink Type bottles Texas a amp a University reports. The Farmers Are aiming at vending machine sales and the first product to be offered by the new company will be chocolate milk. By Lawrence h. Pratt soil conservationist a sediment a your problem the title of a new Booklet just received at the local soil conservation service office. Filled with tale telling pictures this Booklet dramatically drives Home what happening to Many of our lakes and streams throughout the country. Continual silting in these Waters used for drinking wildlife recreation and wildlife Points up the fact that even today there can be no let up if we want to have and hold our desirable bodies of water. Bennington county no exception to this creeping sediment problem. The Pond behind Cushman manufacturing Plant in North Bennington do you suppose that upon completion of construction this Pond looked it does today Arlington lans can see this sediment problem at the ice Pond in East Arlington. In Manchester a similar situation exists in the old Pond area West of tin Center. South Dorset has Alsua evidence at the location of that old Quarry finishing Plant of the West Branch of the Batten kill. You can doubtlessly think of Many other examples scattered throughout the county. The men who designed and built these dams did not build them sediment catch basins rather they were built to be used but sediment has All but spoiled them for any practical purpose. Years ago owners used to flush the Ponds out in the Spring time. This additional expense helped their problem but the resulting Silt added to someone else a problem downstream. Improper land use today has the same result a sediment a your this Booklet and assistance in solving the sediment problem available at the soil conservation service office 310 main Street Bennington Vermont. Beautiful Maple finish furniture by Signet. 3 pcs. Reg. $288 solid Hardwood Frame finished in Maple Latex webbing. Large selection of covers 434 main St. Dial 7-7133 Bennington it. To paint Keg. Hue great savings spree Stock up now on All your hosiery needs. Choose Clear knit or sheer lace mesh dress sheers in Many fashionable unflattering shades. 9 toll. Fair u paint 2.2h Keg. Hue pair wonderful buys for you who prefer stretch stockings. Save on Ever popular agile no or new can Trecey the misty sheer nylons that never Sag. Many shades. Sizes 9 toll. Second Section Bennington Page eleven Anner wednesday april 14,1985 a a the personal touch of the Daroff has created a suit you can Wear with Comfort and aplomb on any but the very hottest or very coldest Day. The a botany 500 Mark to cuts right across the seasons a useful suit 300 Days of the year. We have a vast selection of colors and patterns in this remarkable suit with tapered trim design for that tall trim look. Quality value priced. Suits from $65.00 our alterations Are accomplished by skilled tailors trained by factory fitters. A botany 500 tailored by Daroff sanitized for hygienic freshness. Adams clothes shop a shoes too Quot free parking in rear of Stoki easter special county agent report what a Good farm management by John c. Page county agriculture agent How does the Man with the Money look at you when you ask him for a farm loan recently the folks from a agricultural banking and finance took a poll of some of the Bankers and asked them to rate Borrower characteristics they use when making farm Loans. Here Are the things that Bankers thought most important management practices financial Progress loan history with the Bank ambition and farming experience. In the same article they gave a list of characteristics of Good successful farm managers and also a list of the less successful ones. Id like to have you see what they think Good management . 1. Has fairly specific and definable goals and objectives for himself and his family achievement interests and desires Are Strong plans ahead. 2. Identifies the real problem accurately analyses the difference Between what and what ought to be within the framework of his own goals. This he does on an economic realistic basis. 3. Perfects the Power of observation a a key source of knowledge when dealing with biological processes and people. 4. Sorts out the big management decisions from the Little ones and invests management time accordingly timely punctual. 5. Remembers that yesterdays right decisions might be wrong tomorrow yet moves ahead. 6. blessed with the Power to forget to a a unlearn Well with the curiosity to learn sees a Challenge in the a a new exercises initiative. 7. Finds or makes time to manage set to take advantage of unique opportunities. 8. Allocates time talents to serving his family and his Community. 9. Involves his wife a meaningful helpmate in his business and Community affairs. 10. honest and ethical develops personal ability to Deal with people has solid background. 11. technically competent. We All know that Banks have Money to loan and that they want to loan it. However they have to have reason to think the loan Good. At least part of their new Brielle on vegetables Burlington a attention Vermont Home gardeners. Want to try something new this year see the revised brie Flet a vegetable varieties for Vermont a just off the press at the Vermont Extension service. Prepared by Richard j. Hopp Horticulturist at the Vermont agricultural Experiment station the brie Flet lists All the vegetables that will grow in this state from asparagus to Watermelon. You May want to try something new like the Triump hybrid a White spine slicing Cucumber mosaic and downy mildew resistant. Or for something different try cleric a turnip rooted celery for soups stews and salads. For your free copy of a vegetable varieties for Vermont a write publications Morrill Hall University of Vermont Burlington or Contact your county agent. Thinking on whether to part with the Money dependent on How Well you fit the Mould outlined above. Most interesting the Power to unlearn. All of Are guilty Many things that Are to longer True. Another area which Bankers mention taking part in Community affairs. Why would Bank of getting our mind locked on past sometimes so much so that we can to recognize a new Dollar Bill when we see one. It has been said that major Block to better farm management that we know too know that farming Isnit a Little Island by itself but a business subject to outside forces. Without knowledge of what going on elsewhere a Farmer Isnit Apt to do his Best Job at Home any More. Easter specials. Cake easter eggs cake bunnies hot Cross buns birthday wedding cakes and special orders Byor Call for regular Home delivery in Bennington Arlington and Manchester. Fiske food shop Manchester Center it. Tai. 802-362-1 209 elegance suited a botany Wall it see Soo we fillips we seasons a ,.s

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