Jan. 7, 1974--Ron Leads Agriculture Conference

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Jan. 7, 1974--Ron Leads Agriculture Conference - 3-B Conference On Agriculture Set Jan. 17 At...
3-B Conference On Agriculture Set Jan. 17 At Marion "Who Will Control U.S. Agriculture?" is the theme of a multi-county conference scheduled for Jan. 17, at the Holiday Inn, Marion, begin- ningat9:30a.m. Agricultural and business leaders from southern Illinois Illinois counties will discuss changes taking place in U.S. agriculture and future organization and control of farm production and marketing. Sponsored by the University University of Illinois Cooperative Extension Service, the conference conference will feature a three- image slide and sound presentation presentation showing recent developments and trends in agriculture. U of I agricultural economists economists will speak on various aspects of "Who Will Control Control U.S. Agriculture," and a panel of local leaders will also express their views on the subject. Those attending will find that they can have a voice in influencing the future direction direction of agricultural production production and control, according to Ron Comwell, extension adviser. Choices open include include independent farmers with open markets; a corporate corporate system; a cooperative cooperative system; a government administered system; or a combination with a role for each and government support support to maintain some bal­ ance. All persons are welcome to attend the conference. Reservations are necessary necessary and should be made by Jan. 15, at the Jefferson County Extension Office, 814V5! Harrison Street, Mt. Vernon. For additional information, information, contact Ron Cornwell, Jefferson County Extension Adviser, The tidal current in San Francisco Bay reaches a peak of 10 million cubic feet a second, half again the flow of the Amazon Elver. HENRY FIELD'S EARLIEST TOMAT SPECIAL! 200 SEEDS for only BIG FAMILY SIZE PACKET POSTPAID THE EARIY RED BIRD Let us send this free Rift... to help you have the best garden ever! We'll send you this full family-size packet (approximately (approximately 200 seeds) for just to cover postage and handlinf?. Our famous "Red Bird" is the very e.'irly tomato, ripe in only 70 days from planting;... medium size, excellent for canninK, fine for slicinR . . . highly resistant to disease and crackinR. You net a rich harvest of tomatoes all season, and we win you as a friend. Just one offer per customer, please. You can't spend a dime better . . . send it today! I HENRY FIELD Seed & Nursery 3003 Oak Street, Shanandooh, Iowa 51602 Yes, I'd like these 200 Red Bird Tomato Seedsl My dime is enclosed. And send your now Catalog, too. Free, of course. Ml* •3 NAME. ADDRESS. P.O.. STATT Sinca 1892 TJIPMI

Clipped from Mt. Vernon Register-News07 Jan 1974, MonPage 11

Mt. Vernon Register-News (Mt Vernon, Illinois)07 Jan 1974, MonPage 11
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