Newspaper Archive of
Times
Mt. Pulaski , Illinois
Lyft
June 19, 1941     Times
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
June 19, 1941
 

Newspaper Archive of Times produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




TIMES-NEWS FARM PAGE Wheat Card farmer who has raised for marketing or feeding Will be required to have card under the mar- quota system voted into 80 per cent of the na- last month. growers who are in corn- With A.AA farm program automatically qualify a marketing card. They for their card at the Lo- Conser- office when Who'have exceeded A and have excess ltt either pay the penalty, or place money in r the amount of their ore they can receive a Card Each ., producer iotified of the time at aay obtain the market- Until they can show a card, any wheat sold lUbject to the penalty of a bushel. I J --" ' 14-H'ers Feed and t of Itlabor takeSand,lesSterefore,time, fewer costshUrs t Lgan *less Chairman i Manet Own Cattle i to r(fa house with strip sloAngles IS G i ln A New Project than with individual shingles, ays rowers , t A pro.t of $15004 over feed ! A swinging door between the A--- D---J--- d costs has been realized by the first kitchen and dining room is a con / :te I venient household aid. They may "f ||UL Illinois 4-H club member to re- . .... en tport his results under a new pro- be installed in old as well as new . The government has jus[ tax !ect in which farm boys are get- " nlJ "7 homes, steps to make sure America . tmg practical experience and Proper drainage should be pro- wheat growers will not be hurt by vided under concrete floors and wheat imports, Harry Martin, l guidance in feeding out and mar- porches, and around wall footings and foundation walls. Because the kitchen is definitely the workroom of the home it should be provided with plenty of light and air. It is estimated that the 1941 shoe output in the United States will be around 435 million pairs, requiring the use of more than 23,000,000 hides. Department of Agriculture has announced a 1942 national wheat acreage allotment of 55 million acres, seven million acres less than the 1941 allotment. A Hollywood lady dropping one husband and picking up another explained that every girl dreams of a successful marriage. If the Chairman of the Logan County lketing their own. beef calves. He Agricultural Conservation Corn- is Kenneth KlecKner, Rock.tots, '* e re- rts Ira ember of the Guilford Go-Get- m[om=lun,cat,on rece,ved from I ters 4 H Club of Winnebago coun the administrator of the AAA ty. farm program says that recent es- tablishment of import quotas for wheat and wheat flour by Presi- dent Roosevelt will prevent cheap foreign wheat from lowering the American price. This is anoLher farm program measure designed to protect United States farm in- come from the depressed world wheat situation The President's order was issu- ed upon recommendation of the Tarriff Commission under author- ity of the Agricultural Marketing Act. The act provides that im- ports may be restricted whenever shipments from foreign countries Members in the project decide therrmelves when they think the market is best for the weight and grade of their cattle. This most recent activity for 4-H club members was started last fall for the first time in Illinois by E. I. Pilchard, boys' 4-H club specialist of the University of IlLinois Col- lege of Agriculture. With the assistance of Farm Ad- viser H. R. Brunnemeyer and PiN chard, Kenneth bought 19 heifers last October 6 for $8 a hundred pounds and sold them April 1 for $10.13 a hundred pounds. They av- eraged 542 pounds each. Fourteen Operafin 9 Tractor? These Suggestions Should Help The Illinois Agricultural Ameo- ciatlon department of safety r- ports that the seasonal nature farm accidents is clearly shown the tractor mishap trend. The ported number of injuries due farm implement casualties is increasing as the spring work gets into full stride, says C. M. Sea- graves, director of safety for the IAA. A great number of these acci- dents are tractor accidents, appears a good many of them could be avoided if the operator would: 1. Never try to spin the tractor crank but just lift up on the han- dle, place thumb under the handle instead of around it; keep legs and face far enough back so that if the tractor does kick, the spinning handle will not hit him. 2. Avoid pulling too heavy a that might cause the tractor tip over; never drive across gullies or ditches. 3. Keep people, especially young- of the penalty, the movie people tried harder to make &AA Committee pointed a success of their present marri- to penalize the wheat ages instead of dreaming of others exceeding his A_AA [ they would do better. but to make sure that[ In 193".--er--"were over 18- ' of the excess wheat l000 000 active spindles in the cot- on the overburdened uth ton' mills located in the So Under the allotment I NOTIC-E OF PUBLIC SALE amount on which the[ OF REAL ESTATE quota and the market- [ State of Illinois, County of Logan, Will be based. The mar- [ ss. s Will be the pruduc- I Inty;the lnCUntYProlmte.Curt of said Corm- acres above the allot-I TITLE OF CAUSE; Charles J. Gehlbach, Administrator of the the yield. The smaller Estate of Jane Allison, Deceased, or listed yield will plaintiff, versus Maurie Thompson, The marketing quota et al, Defendants. Petition for total production minus Sale of Interest in Real Estate. excess. No. 26129. UBLIC NOTICE is hereby gioV: raore than one person en that by virtue of a aeeree in the wheat crop, the County Court of Logan Court: be isSued to all inter- ty, Illinois, made and entered oi record in the above entitled cause on the 16th day of June, A. D. grower will be requir- 1941 on the petition of Charles J. Ccehlbach, Administrator of. the arrangements for se- Estate of Jane Allison, deceases, trketing card within minor, for leave to sell the inter- of the harvest of his est of said deceased in real estate, the said Administrator will on the 15th day of July, A. D. 1941, at the hour of 2 o'clock in the after- noon of said day, central standard time, at the west door of the , County Court House in the City of Lincoln in the county of Logan, in the state of Illinois, offer for sale and sell at public vendue to the highest and best bidder all the right title and interest which the said 'deceased had at the time of his death in and to the following described real estate, situated in the county of Logan, in the state of Illinois, to-wit, Lots Four (4) and Five (5) in Block Seven (7) in the of Latham. The said sale to be made upon g Tonic Town, now Village the fllowing terms, t.o-wit, C fit[ in hand on date of sale; .seen  be delivered upon approval oz aa yOU by the Court said deed to be made subject'to all past due ana current real estate taxes. Deed not 1;o be delivered will nor only the report of said sale is up, but will +one up by the court said report to system, made within 'ten days of sale aovroval not to be made until .... rues, bur a sclen- expiration of fifteen days axt sale. based on a care- Dated June 17, 1941. YOur bodily struc- CHARLES J. O F-'HIACH-' Administrator; Smith & 00mltation AND ARTHRIT- A Next to Highest Cash Prim PAID FOR DEAD ANIMALS PROMPT SERVICE --CALL--- $talJ0u Mounf Pulaski Phone threaten to reduce the effective- ness of the farm program's ad- justment  measures. Our wheat program is holding the price of our wheat almost 42 ents above the world wheat price. Harry Martin said. The tariff on wheat is 42 cents. Any further slight rise in the wheat price would make it profitable for other countries with low wheat prices of them sold April 1 averaged 840 sters, from riding on the fenders pounds. One heifer was butchered t or other parts of the tractor. for home use and four others were I 4. Make no adjustments on the sold during the winter. I tractor motor or on the implement Fed crushed corn, silage, cotton- I being pulled, without stopping the seed meal, soybean meal and mix-ltractor. ed hay, the cattle returned Ken-!: neth $150.04 over feed costs, ac- cording to Pilchard, who says that '$].00 to $3.00 PAID FOR most of the other boys who have DEAD HORSES & CATTLE" enrolled in the project can tell a (exact price depending on to sell wheat here despiLe the 42 cent tariff. The total import quota has bepn established at 800,000 bushels for wheat and 4 million pound of wheat flour, cracked wheat and similar products. Canada has most of the quota. "The import quotas will enable our farmers to maintain their wheat prices at a reasonable level even though the world wheat sur- plus has weighed the world price down to the lowest levels in iis- tory," the county AAA chairman pointed out. Bids were received in Spring- 'field last Friday by the State De- partment of Highways amountin-g to $1,932,079 for highway improve- ments in tlirteen counties. One Sangamon county project was in the list. It calls for 0.66 miles of 22 foot concrete ap- proaches to the Illinois Central railroad overhead on Sangamon avenue northeast of springfield. L. D. Lain Co., of Springfield was apparent 10w bidder with an offer of $89,986. This overhead will be used when completed as part of the Route 161 entrance into springfield. With two contracting companies laying slab on Route 161 in Sang- amon county, it won't be a great many weeks before Mount Pulaski motorists can drive direct to the capital city. Completion of the pavement is anxiously awaited for, and with the new road giving springfield another and shorter outlet to ChiCago heavy traffic is certain. similar "success" story. This be- ing the first year of the project, I Pilchard expects that many more 4-H members will enroll for the project in 1942, nost of them in the major beef producing counties in the northern half of Illinois, Is your subscription paid up in advance ? If not, why not? $ Housew,ve A., you, i. tlp-top shape/ It nor, be sum to call us .for a check-uP. We repair all kinds of appi- anc.eSo Reasonable and Efficient Service IlL Stere Pulaski, II!. size and condition) We Also Pay for Dead Hoqs Renderin9 & Fertilizer Company Lincoln,  Illinois Phone: Lincoln 886 and Reverse Charges. GOFF FUNERAL HOME "TO SERVE HUMANITY BETTER" PHONE LINCOLN 12:34 WELDING i, , ir Farmers - - , We Are At Your Serv|ce At All Times and as near you as your telephone. CALL 21 and we will be on the lob and have your repair work done with our Portable Welding Outfit in much less time than ;t takes for you to dismantle and reassemble your machine. Be sure to have your repair work done NOW so that you will lose no time durinq the harvest season. BROOKER FARM SALES PHONE 21 N.W. COR. SQUARE AND SUNDAYS