Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on October 18, 1974 · Page 5
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Friday, October 18, 1974 M0t»fi (ARK.) STAR Grot. •2 Weekly weather and crop bulletin IJlAt*VA^I'lifcefc Aiia\*t*fri «« A -*. ->-* ^^ _"*"*"*• **f*™rMcioo4 p»&8iP6e9fi Ad ii iisif 1.% I A Ait w e%AV ~ A^^A^itt A^ ^11 th A n Liveetock Reporting service. Cool weather retarded aatnrity of totteri cro ft . JSf' -7*!"*' d!?y **» tt »*«' i» neiiid td prwot* fiftal diveldptttat e£ thi crop., soil .uUtm* w, ^^qutti throughout Atk«n,«., ^... .. .-i* Wcking »«• to p.rcent eeepltti. Th« crop «•• in ftif coodttion with 55 perctnt *P* nc Jjlii' »«Ji*ioii»bly cool w.«th«r .lov.d opwitif of b.lli j? folUfetd * * f , th * ***** Airiil difiliititii ewtlnoid throughout thi uliMii ind boll rot wort deteriorating th* wirst, dry weather te opea bo!U« Th^.o]rbMii crop ««• ia good condition, Combining of Hill *«d »«• about 5% eOMpleti. Fro.t in thi i ii of MTU tettparature. Weed, t* knock down 4 " By DON KENDALL AP Fatttt Writer WASHINGTON (AP) Sheep producers can expect at least some government payments for wool sold in 1974 because of the reduced market price this year, says the Agriculture Department. Under a 1964 law, producers gel payments to make up the difference between What they gel for wool sold on the market at an "Incentive" level set by USDA aimed at encouraging cers can expect some gov : production. The 1974 wool incentive or iatjjei price is 72 cents per pound, unchanged from last .war. Wool prices have been below that level, however, and are expected to average 60 to 65 cents for all of 1974, tasi year the wool market averaged 83 cents per pound, eliminating government in* ceniive payments. It was the first lime in the 20 years of the program none had been made. Wool prices in 1971 were so '*• fc depressed—averaging Si cents per pound —that producers collected a record $103 million in payments for wool sold that year. The 1972 market im* proved, but payitienU still to* ialed $65 million, The payments for 1974 wool will be made ne*t spring. Those normally are sent after USDA has computed the preceding year's market averages and rates for eligible growers. Officials said Thursday that wool production in 1975 prob- ably will drop again, The de- i dine has been going ott fof many years as because 61 cut» backs in sheep and lamb pro* due lion. The 1974 lamb crop, for example, was estimated last July by USDA at 10.6 million head, down eight per cent from 1973, Ixwking ahead 101975 prices, the department's Outlook and Situation Board did not make a Dm prediction but indicated they "may be stabilizing around current levels." tttfi world prides 6f, about 3S per ago and that " A longterw problem has fr&ft maft-made fibers, file , rTgptffl summed up one examples - . "Despite only moderate declines in consumer demafid,f6r carpets and rugs, use of raw carpet wool dropped 56 per cent last year and through July 1974 was down another 54 per cent from the same period of 1973." •nd ' feSlL2E§liU: Early wh.at and oati v.r. up to good atands and could b. °««""ry. So«e «h««t VM >M ded in •tandlng cotton and aoybeana. preparation contlnu«§ behind aoybean harveat. Corn and gorghua; Harv.at continued in lite planted fielde. Combining »low«d by high Mixture of the grain. Sergtuw w.a in good condition with over 60 percent of the crop harvested. Hay and Pa«tur«; weather wee not good. forage. Ray cutting continued but waa nearlag completion. Curing Paeturae were providing adequate t« aurplua auppliea of Llveatock; Cattle were in excellent condition Making gain, on pa.ture. Cool weather prevailed during midweek, waning by the weekend. Near nonal temperature, were noted, ranging free) -4 in the aouthern Ouachita aountaina and in nertheeat Arkan.aa to +1 in the we.tetm Arkanaa. River Baein. Extreme, were 86" at Gilbert en October 11 and Judaonia en October 12, and 37* at Gilbert on October 10. Precipitation waa .cattered and light, coving during midweek. The ftreateat aw>unt we. 0.18 inch at Calite Rock. Open house at Paisley October 22 There will be an open house at Paisley School Tuesday, October 22, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Parents may visit the classrooms and brouse around at their leisure. Mrs. Doris Anderson, a local artist from Fulton and a senior aide, will have her art work on exhibit for this occasion. The birth certificates and health forms that have not been picked up will be available for the parents at this time. Refreshments will be served in the school cafeteria. ; Federal-State Livestock Market News Service Hope Thursday's Sale CATTLE: Estimated receipts 1450, last week 1500, year ago 1505. Compared to last week's sale, slaughter cows 2.00-3.50 higher. Feeder steers - Choice 2.00-4.00 higher. Good - 1.00 higher. Feeder heifers - mostly 1.00 higher. Supply largely CHfldkillfed in collision near Strong STRONG, Ark. (AP) — State Police said Amy Collen Dugal, 2, of near Strong was killed and three other persons were injured in a tractor-car collision four miles south of here Thursday. .The girl was a passenger on a farm tractor driven by G. P. Dugal, 62, of near Strong, according to Troopers Steve Huddleston and Dudley Lemon. Another passenger on the tractor was Heath Agerton, 4, also of the Strong area. The troopers said Dugai was attempting a left turn off the road when a car coming around a curve skidded into the tractor, causing both vehicles to overturn. Dugal and the girl were trapped beneath the tractor. The young boy was thrown from it. The driver of the car, David Hicks, 21, of near Strong, was thrown from his car. He was admitted to an El Dorado hospital as was Dugal. The boy was treated at a hospital and released. i Welding course planned An adult education course, designed principally for beginners in welding, is planned for five consecutive Tuesday nights at the Hope High School Agri building. Lessons will be from 7:00-9 pjn. on November 5, 12, 19, 26 and December 3. A fee of $3 will be charged. All equipment will be furnished. A tentative outline will be (1) Safety (2) Correct heat settings (3) How to strike an arc (4) How to run beads and welds (6) Types of position (7) Types of metal (8) Choosing the correct rods. Anyone interested may contact Larry Meeks (who will teach the course) or Troy Buck at 7-3451. Tony Dorset? 6f Pitt led collegiate rushers last season with 1,586 yards. He scored 12 touchdowns. Good and Choice 300-600 Ib. feeder steers and heifers with limited volume steers and heifers going to slaughter outlets, balance 20 per cent cows and one per cent slaughter bulls. SLAUGHTER COWS: Utility and Commercial 17.50-21.50; Cutter 14.50-17.50; Canner 11.0014.00. SLAUGHTER BULLS: Yield Grade 1-2 24.00-28.00/ FEEDER "STEERS: Choice 300-400 Ibs. 29.00-32.00. Choice fleshy 400-600 Ibs. 28.75-31.00. High Good and Average Choice 350-450 Ibs. 25.00-28.00. 450-550 Ibs. 23.00-27.00. Good 35(^500 Ibs. 21.00-24.00. SLAUGHTER STEERS AND BULLOCKS: Good 450-600 Ibs. 26.75-30.00. FEEDER HEIFERS: Choice 300-500 Ibs. 22.00-25.00. Few crosbred replacements 350-500 Ibs. 24.00-28.00. Good 300-500 Ibs. 20.00-23.00. SLAUGHTER HEIFERS AND CLAVES: Good 400-500 Ibs. 23.75-28.00. 500-600 Ibs. 25.50-31.00. REPLACEMENT COWS: Choice 2-6 year old 700-900 Ib. cows 21.50-24.00 per hundred weight. —Attend Church Sunday. NOTICE For Fast Lunch Service Call the Dairy Queen at 4201 & RECEIVE A 10% Discount on Called in Lunches Dairy Queen Ph 777-4201 917 E. 3rd Hope, Ark. Ref. U.S. Pat. Off. A^lUk. Urp if74 Am. IU& On* lulu ««; Hubert EKslran larrj Let Paul SmWl Alan Dater jil June Carter Cash *. M»> Md(jijki«: pcwiitd by June * Johnny Cash • Ai.iU.iJ by Hubert Efclrom I4t«.-d ci««d> «i hi jd toiot b> Delu* retawJ by' World Wide Pictures • I2O1 Hoinq* AK Sa • Mimrj(iufe. MM 5WOJ • (M2J 333-7KM Sunday, October 20th Guernsey Baptist Church 7:00P.M. Public is invited No Charge SCOU CENTER BE SURE AND GET YOUR FREE DISCOUNT TICKETS FOR RIDES ON OUR PARKING LOT OPEN OPEN 9 AM TO 9 PMMON. THRU SAT. HWY4-NORTH-HOPE, ARK. STAR KIST TUNA GOLD MEDAL FLOUR PRESTON ANTI-FREEZE SPECIAL HOWARDS DISCOUNT PRICE LIMIT 6 CANS LIMIT 4 BAGS PEPSI-COLA LARGE ASSORTMENT SPECIAL GROUP 320ZBOHLEAND 8-TRACK 7 UP TAES HARD ROCK AND WESTERN Get your FREE discount tickets for rides on our parking lot! FUN BARS SNICKERS, MILKYWAYS, AND 3 MUSKETEERS 1 LB BAG * YOUR CHOICE* 11/2 LB. LOAF BREAD HOTDOG BUNS HAMBURGER BUNS (JUST WHAT THE TRICK AND TREATERS LOVE!)

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