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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - December 8, 1953, Florence, South CarolinaPaget the Florence morning news Florence. S. C. Tuesday morning december 8, 1958 farm Section edited by Joe Dabney rate remains same South Carolina taxpayers have Butone new wrinkle Columbia. Dec. 7 us the South Carolina taxpayer May grouse about spiralling living costs but on at less one score he has no kick coming state income tax rates Haven t up since 1933. The state tax commission is readying pome 340.000 income tax form s to be mailed out inn. 2 in anticipation of big pay Day March that compares Wilh approximately taxpayers on the Tente books Back in the Early 1930 s. Rut the state s income tax bite in remained at the same scale set in tin Bottom of the depression two per cent on the first of taxable income. Three per cent on to four per font on s4.000 to . Five per cent on All in excess of m. A Rector f. Dawson Callie of the income tax division Reese in a today that slate income tax Rev Enue has swelled from two million dollars to More than 27 million n year in the last 20 years yet taxes a ritually Are Down. In 1941 a 5 per cent surtax on interest and dividends was lopped off and the trend since has been to More and bigger exemptions end latest n pro vision for deducting Federal income tax payment of up to on stale tax returns. Only now wrinkle for stale lax payers on 1953 income is that if their tax total due March 5 turns out to be less than it must be paid in n Lump sum. In recent years the slate area forestry meeting slated by a staff correspondent Kingstree dec. 7 county forestry beards of four counties will hold n District meeting no the Temple Here tuesday morning. Stale Forest or c. Ii. Flory will preside. The four counties a the Kings tree District to be represented it the meeting Are Berkeley Claren Don. Georgetown and Williamsburg. Purpose of the meeting is Lons sift the s. C. State commission of forestry in planning the for is conservation program for next year. Legislative leaders from each county have been invited to attend. District forester c. R. Nichols said that among the subjects to be discussed will be assisting land owners with adequate Forest fire control Forest management serv ices insect and disease control and Forest tree planting through education and sen ices offered by the s. C. State commission of for Estry. Has allowed tax payments in quarterly instalments following the Federal government pattern. But instances at four 3-Ccnt instalments con Vinced officials thai the paper work involved was prohibitive on a re turn of less than personal exemptions and Deduc Tion will remain the same if single if married for each dependent and an amount not to exceed 5 per cent of and nisted Gross income for medical expenses. The stale s local take on income axes next year is nol expected 0 come up to the Ceil Eclid in fiscal 1052-53, despite the act that some More returns Are being mailed out thin Ever Dufore. More people will be paying but they la be paying Heatlie predicted and the total return to the stale will follow the Down Ward trend of the past several the null time High in annual in come tax Revenue was reached in 1948-49, when the take was 671.042. The drop was gradual for three years then from fiscal 1951 52 to 1952-53, receipts fell off Al most 2 a million. Ventu Lite custom venetian blinds aluminium awnings Bamboo match stick or Poi and Roll tips Bales service laundering special on cleaning dial 70z4 Utsey s i Points Florence november sales at state Market drop 4 per cent Columbia dec. 7 we novem bar sales of tl.083.364 on the slate Farmers wholesale Market Here were four per cent loss than for the month a year ago. Market manager Robert ii. Mar tin said the drop was due to fewer rail shipments and to lower prices on some products. Fewer rail shipments of Idaho potatoes Western apples and bananas reduced the rail total by 50 per cars arrived last month compared with 149 nov. 1052. On Quality november business exceeded the month a year ago Martin noted. Truck shipments increased. South Carolina Farmers sold sg6.479 wort i of their products Dur no the month with 307 Farmers of the stale making visits to Iho Market Wilh something to sell Sweet potato marketing led the South Carolina products at next were pecans at collards turnips and lops red Bliss Irish potatoes snap Beans tomatoes s3.030, cabbage s2.541, Mustard salad Lima Beans and Green onions other state products handled in smaller amounts were Bell peppers turnip salad cucumbers Field peas okra sugar Cane pumpkins Anc peanuts. Martin said volume apparently will pick up this month with Christ Mas Trade. Palmetto Farmer named president of breeder group f. B. Davis or. Of Yum Assoc has been named president of the coun try s largest beef Breed registry organization during Tho interim Tionel livestock exposition at Chi the 1954 president was elected at the 70th annual meeting last week of the american Angus breeders association. At his Bray s Island Plant nation Davis maintains n Herd of 250 purebred Aberdeen Angus cattle. The Davis Herd was established in i93r, but the new president s livestock interests go Back much further. He was born and reared on n 150-acre general livestock farm in Northern new York stale in the Days when he harvested Rye with a Cradle Nunci planted Corn Wilh n Hoe. In 1903 he entered Yale University and worked his Way through College receiving his pm. 11 in 1 jog. As president of the National organization of More than 20.000 members. Davis succeeds Adlai ii. List of Bloom Inglan 111. On the farm front Frank Fleming am stint county ate it a welcomed rain postponed the Forest thin link demonstration last Friday. The demonstration will be held As planned next Friday at 2 . 12 Miles Southeast of Florence on the Pamplico Highway. Exact location Gardner s Cross roads on the land of c. N. Ingram South of Evergreen. In addition to a Good program n tree judging contest will be staged. Silver dollars donated by Doug Las pulpwood company of Kings rec and the Southern lumber company of Florence will be awarded to first and second place winners. Third place Winner will receive in axe donated by c. C. Fitch people s Hardward company of Pamplico. Highlights of the will be a uni Wood control demonstration by c. W. Hall Extension forester. Also to appear on the program will be a. E. Kunz District forester who will discuss Forest services available to county landowners. A conservation forester with West Virginia company prices Mcnol. Pulp and paper discuss pulpwood harvesting and manage Cotto quotas for Cotton quotas to become effective they must receive the approval of at least two thirds of the Collon growers veiling in an up coming referendum. If the quotas arc approved Price supports at Tho Rale of 90 per cent of parly parity will be available on the 1954 crop for those banners who Plant within their farm acre age allotments. If quotas Are disapproved Cotlon acreage Nuol ments without quotas Rye Gross Crimson Clover found valuable for pasture sue Betty sue by weeks Concrete products co. V titty Torve mind on a Vlick of Ham would you like n or or that you know fireproof and vermin proof a Home that i with no Upkeep Cost at All Well it s possible when you Home with Busser Vira Pac Concrete get Rii fails. . That we directed the funeral is to know it was one of impressive Beauty. A reprint of bulletin 380, Rye grass and Crimson Clover for Winter distributed by the South Carolina agricultural sex inti mint station contains a re of a three year study on the of a mixture of annual Rye is and Crimson Clover As r Vinter pasture for milking cows among the topics discussed Are description of experimental Pas ure feeding and management o cows methods of measuring Pas. Ure value feed consumption and grass Crimson Clover pasture analysis of pasture for relation of carotene Conten if pasture to carotene and Vitamin a Content in milk. A Brief sum nary of the study is included. The authors report that the Rye Crimson Clover pasture provided an average of 107 Days o grazing each year. The forage was very and the cows with avidity at All times. Tho in the group grazed Tho experimental product d .h.9 per cent More Mill Han the barn fed control group o cows Ade in the study. The replaced All of the Corn silage s per cent of the Hay. And 15 be cent of the concentrate mixture o Winter barn fed rations. The average net Cash value o the Rye grass Crimson Clover Pas lure an acre. The Pas lure made possible a net Savin on feed Cost equal to 59 cents

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