The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi on July 14, 1960 · Page 10
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The Delta Democrat-Times from Greenville, Mississippi · Page 10

Greenville, Mississippi
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Thursday, July 14, 1960
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. Delta Democrat-Thaw 10 Thursday, July 14, '60 U. S. Grain, Wheat Stock To Pile Even Higher After Next Harvest WASHINGTON (AP) - The7S.158,000 bushels more than last country's grain and wheat stock will pile even higher after the harvests are in, the- Agriculture Department has predicted. In the season's first forecast, Ihe Agriculture Department put this year's corn crop at 4,079,- J51,000 bushels. That supply would Increase current surpluses. It also forecast this year's wheat crop at 1,347,46$,000 bushels, a crop which also would pile more on current big stocks. The indicated corn crop is 282,019,000 bushels' less than last year's record production of 4,- 36l',170 bushels. It compares with the ten year (1945-58) average production of 3,270,642,000 bushels. The wheat crop estimate is County Industries Lead List Of New Plants In State Two Washington county industries ar.d one from . Indianola were listed this week by the Mississippi Agricultural and.Industri- al Board as among the 25 new industries brought into the state in t h e second quarter of 1960; Atkins Saw in Greenville to have the largest number of em ployees of all the new firms. ; The other firms included the I Arcola Manufacturing Co., which will make cabinet tops and employ 50 people at Arcola, and the Modern Tool and Die Co., to month's forecast of 1,271,310 bush '.'-, It compares with U28.151,. JO produced last year and 1,. 032,071,000 for the ten-year averse. employ 250 people at Indianola. · There were aljo 14 expan- · sions of present Industries rcport- ! ed, and in all the program wBl I add 3,730 new job opportunities I in Iha state' according to Free 1 I M. BusK Jr., director of A Si 1 ; Board, the state's industrial development agency. 1 The new industries will bring 2,525 job openings and the expansions 1,205 jobs, Bush said. This compares to 22 . new industries and 15 expansions for 3,567 job openings brought to the state the first three months and gives the state a total ol 50 new firms, 29 expansions, with new. job opportunities of 7,279 in the state so far in Those f i r r n S ^ t e d bete financed with BAWI bonds included the Delta Brick Tile Co. »t Macon, the Hankins Container Corp. at Magnolia, the Lawfin Co., lamp manufacturer, at Kosciusko and the Indianola firm. DEPARTMENT CF AGRICULTURE AND COMMERCE STATE. Of MISSISSIPPI JACKSON July 12. 1540 FM511C NOTICE rJetir* h hereby ovlan of a pv heorir.g to be he'd by In* MiiUnippi MIIV Corrvn:« v cn beginning at 10.00 A.M. Tu«K)=y, Auouit 9. I960, In the Fin Floor Auditorium, Woclfo'k S:al» Offlc Building, Ja;k4Cn, Miu : i|ippl. Thll Hear Irta li being conducted In accordance wir^ th» crovirom ol Sectic.-i 6 onct Section T 5 tl tr:» Mlu'slippl n'i'V Commiiilon Act. Tt-9 Com.-n-tilcn will h«ar evldi t.rtder oorS concerning rrartcling areoi tF-B price] la be fixed tor Ine tafi milk and Iha chargei for hnndlino. tr portar.on and praceiilna cF mlllr. The Comm : uJon will o'ja hear cvlrienca con cemlrtg rvlej o f ' fair trade practicei per talning to the Iror.iocliont ol bufn-ii wilhi.-i th» nartel for fluid millc. A l f InrereJte-d perioni arc [r.viled eppeor in pencn or by couniel and g l . _ Information petinent to lh« iub!«crt under cont:derdr;cn ot the hearing. TI» Com/nliiion will rece:ve petillani orx) pri- pcuo!i from forereirtd partial ancf P«1I lior-.l crxf propcic 1 ! on [It own motion c.ot:em'r*g marketing areal, piir/ing, orx rutei of fc'r liode practice for caniiderc t!on baled on 1hs evident received a For tiVMIuiii'opI Milk Comrrrllllcfi By. Si Co-ley, Mer-ber · ftlgn«a 7/H-2I-M--314 'NEW STYLINfl SANFORDS COMPARE ; VALUES 50c Down-- 50e Weekly : tal«t ityta SanfCfd Werlchet, noturafi Cold color easet. ' SEE SPECIALS IN OUR WiNDOWS. fliltmtrs nidi! H4X3II mmr 243 WASHINGTON Ad Facts: Buying interest in the compact American cars is now running et a high rate. Estimates for I960 compact car sales are over 2 million units. Newspapers play a dominant role in informing consumers about Uwm. In * recent sur- vty, rnors people mentioned newspaper ids and/or newspaper stories thin mentioned *ny cxJia- K.-.J.V L-/ormation sourca The corn crop will be supplemented by a reserve and carryover from previous crops estimated at about two billion bushels. The wheat reserve and carryover is about 1,300,000,000 bushels. The department estimated (he winter wheat crop at 1,090,017, 000 bushels compared with 1,019,282,000 lorecast a month ago; 923,449,000 produced last year and cated 833,697,000 for the ten-year average. All ' spring wheat production was forecast at 257,451,000 bushels compared with 252,028 indi ' ' a , m o n t h ago, 204,702,000 last year and 158,374,000 for the ten-year average. Durum wheat production forecast at 34,291,000 bushels compared with 20,682,000 last year and 27,063.000 for the ten-; average. Production' 4 of sprfrfg wheat other than durum was indicated «t · 223,160,000 busheb compared with 184,020,000 last year and 231,310,000 for the ten- year average. , . Other Crop* The Indicated .production of other crops comparcdi with last was year and the U'n-year average, respectively, included: Rice 53,099,000 .hundredweight; -year 53,122,000 and'48,358,000. Sweef poftfoM fl,7ft,OM BtriJ- W,w),w5. dredwetght; 18,730,000 «cd 19, 302,000. · Sugarcane 7,744,000 tone; 7,318,000 and 6,933,000. The Indicated acreage for harvest, yield per acre and produc lion, respectively, of important crops by major-producing states weight included:Corn Mississippi 1,234,000; 30 and 37, 020.000; Louisiana 482.000; 30 and Soybean] (acreage grown alone for all purposes only) Mississippi 1,005,000. Rice Mississippi 43,000 acres for harvest; 2,900 pounds per. acra and production 1,305,000; hundred. Arkansas 383,000; 3,250 and 12,448,000; Louisiana 458,000;- 2.SOO and 12,824,000; Texas 417,000; 3,150 and 13,136,000; Call, fornia 288,000; 4,600 and 13,248,000, ROSELLA'S BRINGS YOU ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME DIRECT^FACTORY-TO-GREENVILLE SAVINGS F R I G I D A I R E SALE HOURS 8 A. M.FRIDAY, JULY 15 TO 9 P. M. SATURDAY, JULY 16 NEW FRICIDA WASHERS REFRIGERATORS SPECIAL... THIS! E_ For months and months we have been trying to make this Sale possible! Finally, we have been able to persuade the Frigidaire Division, General Motors Corporation, Dayton, Ohio, to ship us DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY A CARLOAD OF FRIGIDAIRE PRODUCTS including a wide selection of Washers and Refrigerators. This Is not a Regular Shipment. It means that the products will not be handled in Memphis. It means that the elimination of Certain Costs of Distribution, makes it possible for us to BUY AT THE LOWEST PRICES EVER, and YOU SAVE MORE THAN EVER BEFORE POSSIBLE. F R I G I D A I R E AMERICA'S NO, 1 S H E R Clean Cbthes Cleaner Removes More Lint Spins Clothes Dryer Than Any Other Make IGIDAIRE B I G C A P A C I T Y 13 CU. FT. FRIGiDAIRE Refrigerator L O W E S T P R I C E E V E R ! Lowest Prices EASY CREDIT TERMS! SPECIAL SALE LOCATION! For This Sale At I. C. RAILROAD DEPOT ON WASHINGTON AVE. Phone ED 2-8191 In Order To Help You Save Even This Sale Will Be Held Right At The ... -RAILWAY BOX CAR SITE ALONGSIDE I. C. RAILROAD DEPOT HERE IN GREENVILLE ON WASHINGTON AVE. We Save Trucking, Handling, Warehousing, Rent, Interest and Showroom Expense. . . . AND WE PASS ALL OF THESE SAVINGS ON TO YOU, TOO! g$ Don'f Miss This Event! Come To I, C. Railroad Depot Friday or Saturday!

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