Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on September 13, 1972 · Page 27
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September 13, 1972

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 27

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!l. Alton Evening telegraph Wednesday, Sept. 13,1972 niers' tax school tb be at Belleville Comfy Extension Adviser Tax practitioners and consultants In Madison county will be brought up to date On latest federal and state Income tax rules and regulations during a 2-day School Nov. 16-17 in Belleville Or at 23 other locations in Illinois during November and December. The school is restricted to persons who prepare income tax returns for others. While generally oriented to preparing farm tax returns. the schools will also offer Information relating to all types of income tax returns. Last year 63 tax practitioners from Madison county attended the annual school. The Springfield and Chicago Districts of the Internal Eevenue Service, Department of the Treasury, Illinois Department of Revenue, and the University of Illinois Extension Service cooperate in sponsoring the schools. Nw this year will be a workshop for beginning income tax practitioners. It will be in Belleville Oct. 30, Nov. 1 and 3. Enrollment deadline for the workshop is Sept. 25 and for the school, Oct. 13. Contact the county Extension office in Edwardsvillc for enrollment details of the school and workshop. Corn and soybeans in Madison county show the b ro w n i n g and yellowing symptoms of approaching maturity, but the beginning of harvest still is about a week away. Harvest will begin aooul three weeks later this year than it did a year ago because; of later spring planting and dry weather early this season. Most fanners say their corn and soybeans show promise of high yields and a few say they expect the highest yields they've ever had. But. in small areas of Hie county missed by some rains the crop yields will be lower. Weeds will cause harvest problems in many soybean fields. Another cutting of alfalfa for hay can be harvested if it's cut within the next week. Alfalfa will need time to make good growth after cutting and before hard frosts if it is to have good strength to gel through (he winter. Mid-September is an ideal time to plant barley and is the earliest that winter wheat should be planted. If you will need feed for livestock early next summer, you should consider seeding some barley. Good varieties include Jefferson and Harrison. • Collect soil samples now for testing to avoid the fall rush in soil testing laboratories. This is the season for silage making. When filling silos be careful of gases that collect just above the chopped forage during and after filling the silo. The gas can be deadly, liun the blower 10 to if) minutes before entering the silo and keep it running while in the silo. The farm accident rate jumps sharply at harvest time. Make sure all your equipment is in good shape and that all shields and guards are properly in place. Stop the machine before adjusting or unclogging it. If you're using a new piece of equipment for the first time this fall, be sure you know how to adjust and operate it properly. One-third of al! tractor- caused deaths occur on public roads. Highway rules apply to tractors and farm implements as well as to cars and trucks. Come to a full stop when entering a highway and do not proceed until the way is clear. If you must take tractors and equipment on public roads at dusk or after dark, be sure you have proper lighting. An SMV (slow moving vehicle) emblem mounted on the rear of your vehicle can be seen from 500 feet, day or night. HOME PRIDE BUTTERED UP WHITE BREAD... NOW WE'RE BUTTERING UP WHEAT BREAD. AND BUTTERING YOU UP WITH 70 OFF • * » DO BEST AT., i U.S.D.A. Choice Beef with "Flavor Plus' 1 CENTER CUT ROUND $109 STEAKS 1 Tom-Boy" I I I I Lb. KS GROUND Black Pepper '£ 55 CHOICI OF FLAVOR1—THI ORISIHAL FROZIM DltJHT BTflc G.I. tlM Frc-Zcrl.. TOM-BOY COUPON SAVE I7ej ... 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