The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa on December 24, 1966 · Page 3
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The Humboldt Independent from Humboldt, Iowa · Page 3

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TIM HimtoMt rations, may make recovery difficult. "Pneumonlt may be caused by infection, foreign material entering the respiratory tract. Internal parasites, or by malfunction of vital Internal organs. 'Destination: good will 1 Representatives of the CROP drives In Wright and Humboldt Counties have just •hipped a 15,000 bushel cor load of soybeans for overseas relief. The sh.prm.nf was the tan- glole result of the convoi for commodities last fall when some 75 volunteer solicitors canvassed the two counties. The dedication of the gift took place on Friday morning, December 16, at the C/or- ion Farmers Elevator Cooperative. Presenting the gift was Hubert Htemstra, Ytrlght County chairman, and receiving It on behalf of the world's needy was the Rev. Ralph Hindman of Lu Verne, chairman in Humboldt County. Shown left to right ate the Rev. Or/on Mitchell, Chris Miller, Halter Entgelmeler, Rev. Richard Larson, Rev. Curtiss Russell, Rev. Hindman, and Hubert Hlemstra. Advbed hog house ventilation check to ovoid pneumonia therapy nrntnn* Ralph Explains changes in gas tax claims and refunds The price of gasoline Includes Federal excise tax of four cents a gallon. However, the law allows farmers refund of this tax for gasoline which Is used on a farm for farming purposes. Everett Stoneberg, extension economist at Iowa State University, Ames, says, "In prior years, farmers were required to file a separate claim form in order to obtain this refund." He explains that a change in the law now SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF VETERINARY SUPPLIES '~ INSTRUMENTS And STOCK REMEDIES CLEMENSON Proscription Pharmacy provides that for gasoline used after June 30, 1965, farmers must claim a credit directly against their income tax. "If the credit exceeds the income tax due, the excess credit will be refunded. The credit will first be taken on farmer's returns for their first tax year beginning after June 30, 1965. For farmers filing tax returns on a calendar year basis, Stoneberg says this will mean Including all gas used for farming purposes between July 1, 1965, and December 31, 1966, on the 1966 tax return. For years after 1966, the credit will cover only gas used during a tax year. "The credit will not be allowed unless it is claimed on a return which is filed in time. The credit should be claimed on line 20 of form 1040. A statement, or Form 4136 (Computation of Credit for Federal Tax on Gasoline and Lubricating Oil) should be attached to the return showing how the credit was computed. "For further information on this subject, see the Farmer's Tax Guide available at the Humboldt County Extension office. Farmers needing much more detailed information may get a copy of Farmer's Gas Tax Credit No. 308, which is available at the Internal Revenue Office at no charge. Answers to most questions will be found in the Farmer's Tax Guide. "A tax of six cents per gallon is Included In the price of lubricating oil. If the oil is used In other than a highway motor vehicle, a credit may be obtained against income tax of six cents for each gallon of oil used. The credit is available for lubricating oil used after December 31, 1965, and should be claimed on Income tax returns for the first tax year beginning December 31, 1905. For farmers filing on a calendar year basis, this will Include lubricating oil used from January 1, 1966, through December 31,1966. Farmers should attach a statement or form 4136 to their re- "A check of hog house ventilation systems is me first step in avoiding pneumonia In swine herds as hogs are most susceptible when they live In drafts, extremes of weather, humidity, malnutrition, unsanitary environment," says Dr. Mayard Spear, extension veterinarian at Iowa State University, Ames. "Without proper ventilation, carbon dioxide, ammonia fumes and infections can cause severe respiratory Inflammation within a relatively short time. Ventilating fans can be more effective than drugs in solving respiratory problems. "When pneumonia, an all-year disease, Is suspected, enter the housing area quietly and observe the pigs' breathing rate, its regularity and depth. A hog with short, Irregular, rapid breathing should be marked and segregated for special treatment. An early sign of pneumonia is a loss of appetite. "Call a veterinarian as soon as possible to determine the specific cause of the disease. Not all pneumonia will respond to the usual antibiotic or sulfa turns showing how they computed the credit. "For further information on the lubricating oil credit, we the Farmers Tax Guide or Internal Revenue Publication No. 378, Federal Gas Tax Credit or Refund, available free at the local Internal Revenue office." At tho season of good will comos to ui onco dgaln, wo toko tho opportunity to bid our friends • Morry Christmas! WtY Standard Strvict Highways 3 & 169 Wat - Dick • Jack • Tarn - Phil "Good Will to all men." May your Christmas be Irulv joyful! TorgtrsoN Custodial Hont Humboldt GREETINGS Wishing you a holiday icaion gleaming with goodncti. Dot's Itavty Shop Dakota City The s»rs are brightly shining , , . it is the night of the dear Saviour's birth. Joyous season's greetings to one am) alt at Christmastide, Sltvtrs Ho.it Tht sounds of Christmas art happy sounds... th« glorious ringing of church bills... tht tcho of merry voicts 'midst thi softly foiling snow ... and our witHif ft ywi? fl Vffy Mtrry Chwtmosi NtlfOI CltOMU If treatment is not promrt, pneumonia might damage lung tit, <ie. 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