The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 10, 1960 · Page 12
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Delta Domocrnt-Ttmoi 12 Sunday, July 10, '60 FLOCK, OWNER AND HELPER -- PImsed w iih the way a flock of sheep fits profitably into the operation of a smaller Mississippi Delta fa mi is Albert Cooper of near Cleveland. ; (Extension Service Pholo) Talent Seoul Nixon Finds Republican Campaign Song 01IAHA, Neb. AP)-The Republicans have from ths grassroots a spirited campaign song and a singing farmer to introduce it. Vice President Richard M. Nixon was the falent scout who discovered the combination. The song, called 'Go Republican," was written by a radio- television team, M Lamm and Joe Martin of WOW, Omaha. Jean McCjrtney of Fremont will introduce it at the GOP National Convention in Chicago later this month. McCartney is a tenor who threw over his $l,000-a-week income in the entertainment world to return to Nebraska to - farm and raise horses. Martin, an announcer-and disc jockey, broached the idea o( a new Republican "fight" song to musician Lamm last February. With Martin doing the words and Lamm the music, they wrote 'Go Republican." McCartney, whose singing i worked in between breaking quarter horses and raising corn', gave the song a 'rendition at a slate convention in Lincoln this year ai which Nixon spoke. 'Afterwards," McCartney recalls, "Nixon got up from the banquet table and came over and shook hands." "We ought to tales this show on the road," declared the 'vice president. NEW KIND OF GRASS -- Dahla grass intended for sheep grating la examined by Albert Cooper (right) on hij farm near Cleveland and County Agent Jim Goodman of Cleveland, who regularly advises him. Noto the irrigation dike in th« background. (Extension Service Photo) Clevelander's Sheep Do Well In The Delta CLEVELAND -- Do sheep fit takes is driving them from one I on a small farm in the Mississ pasture to another. And he has land. "They're profitable well worth the trouble if you like Iamb crop has been as high as 150 percent, slnca twins are corn- About all it regularly for You? Most-of us are content to leave tightrope walking to the carnival performers. But it's surprising how many folks walk financial tight-ropes who could easily have a reassuring reserve of money-in-the-bank. In a lot o£ cases, it's simply a matter of geting started, and keeping going. WHY NOT MAKE THIS THE MONTH YOU START SAVING REGULARLY WITH US. Commercial National Bank Washington at Broadway Ddr« Tn FecUity -- Kroerfwey Itnl Off Wcih:n«lon 'l Iniwrcncf C»*pc(al'an a good dog to help do this. I-and? His 21 acres of permanent pasture are bayou bank nnd ippi Delta? "Yes," says who owns 64 acres and rents an additional^ acres near^ Cleve-This grazing is mostly bVrmuda' grass and clover. His four ac-|| res of bahia grass on a sandy 1 ridge is kind of an experiment i for that far north, and looks pro-lf mising. Feed? He gives them a little corn and hay when the weather is unusually bad. It would pay to eed the lambs on home - grown ;rnin. he believes. He fertilizes his pastures and can irrigate them by flooding. He' has expanded his pastures as he gained experience in sheep pro-: due (ion. Cross fencing is also im-l poitant. "I should have started my pas- ures a couple of years before I got my sheep," Mr. Cooper says. 'They need pastures, especially clovers." His son, Ralph, an 18-year-old 4-H Club member, does the sheer- ng. He learned this skill by attending a sheep shearing school at Mississippi State University Sells Through Pool He sells his lambs through the; cooperative pool at Greenville.] The Agricultural Extension Service organized and helps to conduct these sales in all sheep-producing areas of the state. County Agent Jim Goodman j of Cleveland advises him on many management details of his sheep and other enterprises. I Cooper grows 45 acres of cotton, 25 acres of soybeans and a bout six acres of corn. Leland Summer Recreation Plan Praised By Coach n LELAND -- Ben Ruscop. new [coach of Leland High School, i I told Leland Rotarians Friday the jeity can be proud of its summer; Recreation program, j Ruscoo said he had worked ... two other such programs a n d was acquainted with s e v e r al more and found Leland's to be top quality. Swimming classes are under- 1 way for children and adults and recreational swimming is also su pcrvised by the City. Little Lea . i gue and junior Little League' teams are operating. Tennis lessons are being taught and supervised play is underway. A men's doubles tennis tournament :s planned for the last week in July. Ruscoe ,.as introduced by Virgil Bigham. President Bill Watson report-j ed that junior leader Kenneth' Dendy look a group of Scouts to Camp Tallaha last week where [they won an Honor Troop Award. Sfd Jeffcrs was installed as a new member. 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