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Potato Allotment Plan
Changed For Next Year
Benton County Extension Agent
This office has received inter
mation from the state Production
Marketing administration office
in Spokane of a rather marked
change in the making of potato
allotments for the coming grow
ing season.
“Allotments for the 1950 crop
of Irish potatoes will be set for
the individual farms." according
to information dated Dec. 15.
"Heretofore. these allotments
have been set. to some extent.
for individual growers, which
procedure has not proved satis
factory. Planting within the al
lotments will be one of the con
ditions for eligibility to partici-°
pate in the 1950 potato price
support program." .
Now, just what does this mean.
Space will not permit me..to go
into detail, but "as I understand
it. it amounts“ to thisf-Potato
history of a grower will not be
transferable from one farm to
another as has been done in the
past. ‘
Allotments will be established
for farms, not for farmers. ov
ersee‘ding mom of several farms
will render any person having an
interest in such potatoes Ainelig
ible;,to ' participate in the price
support program on all farms in
which he has an interest.
Jan. 20, 1950 is the final date
on which growers may apply for
“New farm allotments.” 2 This}
must be done within request.
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HOme a.
KELSO. Dec. 23 (UPI Ruth
Aberle, the 16-year-old school
girl who was lost for 96 hours in
the wilderness north of here last
week, went home from Cowlitz
general hospital last night well
on the road to full recovery.
The Girl Scout was the object
of a search by as many as 1,000
searchers after she became sep
arated from her friends while on
a Christmas tree hunt. She was
found four days later in a de- ‘
serted log cabin. .
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Dem-2.4. 1949 THE COURiER-HERALD
While all of the instructions at
the present time are not final.
it anyone wants to grow pota
toes on land which is coming in
as crop land for the first time, it
would be well to check with the
County Production Marketing ad
;noinistration office before Jan.
No doubt there will be add!-
tlonal information on allotments
received from time to time.
ngcch your paper—listen to your
ra o.
Nude Chicken
Gets New Suit
MOBILE. Alan Dec. 23 —(AP)
Sad Sam joined the ranks
of America's last-dressed roos
ters today. ‘
.:..A mandamus tweed suit. «-
peel y sewn by a kind-heart
ed California matron. arrived
as a Christmas gilt ior the
iectheriess fowl.
It showed up Just in time.
The first cold wave at the
winter toppled Gull Coast
temperatures. Sam. wearing
an old sock. shivered in his
chicken house.
V Nick l-lasselvander. his em:-
or. promptly dressed the roos
ter in the present irom Mrs.
Anne E. Brown. Ontario. Calii.
”Sam's custom-made suit has
several tanq touches.
The collar can be turned
‘down ior informal wear.
The one-piece garment is ad
justable. also Sam won't have
to we about popp ng out
at it tiger his big Christmas
His name In embroidered on
the side in large letters. "
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eon ' nto a
since he “can. hatchedqmne
months ago. He doesn't have a
feather to call ‘his own.
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A mother hen scorn: conven
tional -nests and has hatched
_fwo broods of chicks under the
living room floor furnace of the
Mike McGee residence. 1
BERL IN. B LOC KA D E END S Crowd. line highway as first convoy takes 0“ from
Belmstedt for Berlin when Soviet Russia’s blockade of utefles from the west was broken May 11.
Lower Dairy Prices Seen
In "Washingfon Nexf Year
Larger supplies and lower
prices—that’s the way the Wash
ington dairy outlook for 1950 is
described in the latest issue of
i‘Kiex’Jing Up on the Farm Out
-00 .’
Frank Webster, Benton county
extension agent, says the current
issue of the monthly extension
publication also discusses the
outlook for lamb and wool, new
potato price supports, and pros
pects for farm family spending
in 1950. The publication con
tains articles by Karl Hobson, ex
tension economist in prices, and
Helen Noyes, extension econo
mist in home management.
The dairy outlook, according
to Hobson, is for more milk, large 1
supplies of lower-cost feed,
heavier feeding, slight increase
in the number of milk cows, and
‘less money spent for dairy pro
ducts by consumers.
Slightly less fluid». milk and
cream are likely to be used next
year. But only small price drops
are expected for these products.
Dairymen producing milk for the
bottled trade will continue to
makethe best returns. \
Butter prices are likely to drop
quite a bit unless price .support
operations are large and effec
tive enough to hold them 'up.
Fat supplies for margarine are
large_arid pricesrlow.
Milk for manufacturing is ex
pected to increase considerably,
also butter production.
1 Lamb supplies are expected to
be lower. Prices of breeding
stock are at an all-time high.
Wool supplies are also shrink
ing. Wool prices dropped fol
lowing currency devaluation, but
have recovered all’ of the loss.
The support prices program will
Nice To Be Back 1
A. P. Shepperson‘ was glad to
get back to the South. even if
it cost him extra. The grocer
bought a round trip ticket to
‘Adelanto, Cal., in 1902. He “liked
it so much" he didn't return to
Georgia until 1949, by which
time the stub had long since
expired. Shepperson sent it to
the railroad company as a 47;
year-old souvenir. l
0. Why-is Butch Boy finick
drying Enamel like a
blue serge suit?
A. After long use, it's plenty
A durable, high-gloss finish
Butch Boy ‘
renews beauty of fur
niture, toys, wood
work, etc. Dries in 4
to 6 hours. Comes in
gay colors. -
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king of
so. Fine line'
of a letter .
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6 tablaspoons granulatad sugar
9 aggs. yolks and vluitas saparatad
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still boating. add Brandy. milk. run.
than lightly whippad craarn. Whila
stirring. add stifily butan agg .
whitas. Chill for savaral hours. .
Sprinlla gratad nutmag on top.
Sana with prida.
Elle Glhfistian Emilia:
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keep wool prices almost as high
next year as they were in 1949.
Potato support prices for Wash
ington growers in 1950 will be
about $25 in October for potatoes
graded, sacked, and loaded on
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lyric poetry
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30. Censure
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36. Government
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18. Luck (In) 38. Disentengle
the car. Acreage allotments for
the nation have been cut seven
per cent below the ’49 allotment.
Washington growers will be cut
12 per cent.
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Back End
..LI'I'I'LE ROCK, Dec. 23 {AP
|- There’ll be no story book end
ing to the 2,025 mile walk Ro
bert Benoit made to see his for
mer wife and daughter.
Mrs. Violet Benoit, 23-year
old Little Rock girl, said today
there was no chance for a re
I Benoit hoo'fed his way from
Putnam. Conn., to Little Rock
‘to see his four-year-old daugh
ter, Cheryl Lynn. He also had
hopes of a reconciliation.“
Benoit said he hoped to start
back to Connecticut Monday but
he isn't going to walk.
“I don’t know how I'll do it,”
he said, “But no more walking";
Dog Owners
Ask New Deal
LONDON. Dec. 23 (UP)
The National Canine Defense
league said today that dogs
are getting .an unfair deal on
1:11: taxes Especially at Brigh
on. .
The League said in a protest
to the British Transport Com
mission that dogs are charged
In]! adult passage on some
buses and that dogs in other
parts of the country are charg
ed half price.
“Mon and Southend can
lnee ride free. as do lap dogs
nearly everywhere. the League
But at tho taohionahio South
Coast watering place of Brigh
ton. dogs are soaked to the
limit. Tho Loaguo said 6.000
Brighton pot owners have
signed a potition to end this
55kg? Catches Up
Fifty years ago Harvard plumb
ers didn’t have a college educa
tion. They couldn’t record where
they laid their pipes. So the
university has just bought a
mine detector to locate unchart
ed pipes that stop up and cause
trouble. _, g l
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