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Columbus Telegram, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Columbus, Nebraska2 the Telegram Colu . Oil. 10. On the farm front Hardin farm Issue out of partisan area by Bernard Brenner up form editor Wash Niton Llomis Lwiws who switch from High priced steaks to hot logs and Bologna May c lil their fowl Hills. Dul they Quay not always be serving protein agriculture department foot economists say. Thu comment come in a re port comparing the costs of individual meats Ami other High protein foods. The report pointed Mil that a iwo to Ilire ounce serving of cooked lean meat from beef Lamb vent Chicken tur key or fish provides about 20 prams of one third of the recommended daily allowance for n 20 year old Man provide this same amount of pro Citi requires about nine slices of Bacon four frankfurters six slices of Bologna or five Fisli Sticks. These items Are not protein bargains even though the amounts ordinarily served usually Cost less than a serving of most the report said. A table accompanying the re port showed that Honi makers could serve 20 Grams of protein june 1970 cos s ranging from 1 cents per serv ing for dry Beans to 83 con s grateful Hen Ross Irish gives Henrietta a few extra titbits. Telegram photo saving Chi Ken from harm proves Luck of Flie Irish last january or and mrs. Ross Irish saved a Young leghorn Chicken from t h e neighbourhood dogs. Now she rewards them with an egg Alt most every Day. Irish says the Chicken fell off a Van and soon became the target of a couple of pooches. When he rescued the Chicken her wings were Lorn and she had lost most of the skin and feathers off her head neck Hick and Tail. She still has scars on her wings and neck. Through careful nursing tie irises managed to keep the Bird alive and. Eventually it became lame and part of the Over the summer Henrietta wandered around the Irish Lawn and would spend warm summer rights silting on either the front or Back porch watching tie world go by. Lately when cold weather sent the irises indoors Henrietta would come to the Back door and coax them to Corrie out. Her guardian Angel is the family dog who runs to her defense w h e n e pc r Henrietta sounds Hie alarm. To Date she has Laid Between 75 and 100 eggs for her benefactors and she conies running when Irish whistles. Theodore Roosevelt was he first . President to visit a foreign country during his term of office travelling to Panama on the Louisiana in 1005. No feeders Days set in february Lincoln the a u ii a a 1 series of Nebraska beef cattle feeders Days have been scheduled throughout the slate Tor february 1971, according to or. Paul a Guyor Extension livestock specialist at i h e University of Nebraska. Sites for the feeders Days will be Randolph on feb. 17, Exeter on feb. 18, Kearney on feb. 19 and Alliance on feb. 23. Tax director has announcement the 1telegram a partnership 1254-27th Avenue Columbus neb. 48601 pc shed each evening except Sec fed class Porlege paid Al co Mutus Novaska 6ss31 subscription Rattes delivered by in cock Rutx a 12.00 Ter by mail plane Bare Jailer co fax , Nance perk to. Year. By Trail else where in Nebraska and Olhow Stales s15.00 per year. Chash of address subscribers promptly i Ftp local Ard co he o d As we As t a address. Missing1. Rill su1-37u Virtu Pru i and Untim lilys s to . Omaha some Farmers have complained that they have received in error 1hs notices proposing penalties for failure to file estimated tax Richard p. V i n a i. District director of internal Revenue for Nebraska reported this week. These notices involved situations where taxpayers misinterpreted the proper reporting of farm rental income or where it was questioned whether the return was filed on time. Vinal minted out that Many of these Farmers erroneously reported crop share income As miscellaneous income on form 1040. The Only income to be reported on miscellaneous income schedules As outlined in irs instructions is that in which the taxpayer did not participate materially in the farm. Under the Law Vinal said Farmers Are required either to file an estimated tax return by january 15 or file form 1040 by a special due Date for Farmers. Tax Reform act of 1dc9 changed the Date for Farmers to file timely income tax returns instead of estimated tax from feb. 15 to March 1. In 1970, March 1 was a sunday so the deadline was extended to March 2. Vinal said that the returns mailed on tie very last Dale for timely filing May not have reached the irs computer service Center in Lime to prevent issuance of the proposed penalty notices. However it is emphasized that the forms 4177, if received by the taxpayers arc not assessments for additional tax or penalties but arc rather notices of proposed penalties. The Best Way to Correct this situation Vinal advised is for Icse taxpayers who qualified As Farmers received at least 66 2-3 per cent of their Gross income from he operation of a farm and who filed a return on or before March 2, 1970, to indicate this on the form 4177f and return it to the irs service Center that sent out the notice. Taxpayers who do not qualify As Farmers or who did not file timely returns May still be subject to the estimated i a x penalty Vinal concluded. 1 bedroom Home to be offered at Public auction on location 1822 9th St., Columbus Nebraska this Fine Bungalow Type Home has modern Kitchen with cabinets and tile floor dining room with tile floor carpeted living room 2 bedrooms with closets Utility room and Bath. Home has combination and venetian blinds. It has a basement and h heated by a hot water Furnace. Is wired for 220. Volts. The exp prior of the Home is in Good state of repair with a Good roof. Single car garage wonderful location walking distance located on a paved Street. To school Church grocery store Etc. Inspection May be inspected by appointment the auctioneers or the clerks of the Sale. Legal description lot 5 Block 132 original City of Columbus Nebr. Financing for financing Contact the clerks of the Sale or the auctioneers. Terms 15% Down on Day of Sale Anil the balance on or before 30 Days after Day of Sale when abstract Merchantable title and deed will be furnished. Or. And mrs. David Gaspers owners Buss auction realty company Gateway really clerks Henry Buss August Runge or. Auctioneers n serving for porterhouse Steak. At the bargain end of the scale of 20-Gram protein serv Ings the list with retail nor Pond prices shown in in run Ilic ses included Pei Ulm butter g3 10 cents n serving whole ready to Cook Chicken 01 12 cents a serving Large eggs 51 cells a 12 cells a serving beef liver 68 16 cents a serving hamburger go 17 cells a serving tuna fish 39 cells or a q.5 ounce annl 17 cells n serving and american processed cheese 50 cents Par 8-ounce 19 cells a serving. For some other common foods the report listed the Fol lowing Cost estimates whole Ham 78 cells a 27 cells a serving round Sleak a cents a serving frankfurters 8-1 cells a 31 cents a serving Bologna 5c cells for 8 42 cents a serving rib roast of beef per 42 cents per serving and sliced Bacon 97 cells a -1c cells a serving. The report said replacing expensive reals with cheaper ones or with meal alternates such As Beans eggs or cheese can save Money without loss of food value. Washington up con Grussi Ouirl action on n new Turin 111 has largely to Ken the farm Issue out of partisan politics for mils Yem s elections no cording to agriculture Secre tary Clifford a. Hardin it s not a he publican pro Gram or democratic one. 11 has been a joint Hardin told newsmen. M Don t think either parly can claim exclusive rights to ibis kor belter or worse both parties have their responsibility and i guess we the administration share in this Al Hardin Siirid. The Compromise three year farm Bill was patched loge ther by a Senate House conference committee wednesday and is scheduled to be called up for final House and Senate votes next Wink. The measure includes u per crop ceiling on payments to big producers of Cotton wheat and feed grains and also contains re Vised support and acreage con Irol programs for those crops As Well As Wool and Dairy products. Hardin pointed out that Lead ers of both political parties in the House backed he Bill which got president Nixon s endorsement As acceptable thursday. The Basic terms of the measure had been worked out in n Parl Croshin Between Ali Irwin chairman w. A Orige d-tcx., of the House agriculture committee nil Hep. Page Kelchin k-okla., ranking top member of the House Cuin Mil Tec. Lynn Iii conceded the final Compromise agreement did not include some of the flexibility he had sought to permit Power Price support Loans lower sup payments when Market prices Rise or changes in acre age Hmil nylons. Hut in practical terms the minimum us Pirl floors and Oiler conditions written in by suspicious farm bloc Congress men mity not Matler Loo much Ali Irwin Sigild. U mid Supply conditions continue with in reasonably Normal mar gins most of the Reserl Clyons in in Bill will not affect agriculture department decisions on specific support prices he said. To c to water customers the Flushing of the water Mains in lie City has been completed. To link you for your cooperation. Clarence a. Pittman Wertz rental 381623rd St. Phone 564-7813 open a icily 9 . To 9 sundays 1 . To 6 . U. S. 30 Center Boot weather is Here and we re ready at Tempo bigger variety better values Price Cut buckle up boys men s 4-buckle misses 15 pile lined boots overshoes regularly Waterproof folded Vinyl fashion boots inside Zipper Gilt buckle trim. Black Brown. 5-10. Neat Over the shoe Black rubber dress boots with full gusset Tongue Cotton net lining. Corrugated non skid soles. Sizes 1 1-2, 3-6, 7-12. Men s boys Zipper overshoes Black Rubyor Over Iho shoe dross Bools Wilh easy gliding Zipper. 1 1-2, 3-6 and 7-12. 4-buckle work o shoes sock top girls boots sturdy Black rubber boots with Gray foxing. Non skid solos Prol Cliva Gus sol ton Juo and not lining. 10 lug sole Pac Pilo Lirma Waterproof Vinyl boots. Cozy sock top can to worn up or Down. 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