Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on August 21, 1963 · Page 13
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August 21, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 13

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, ATJGUSf 21, 1963 AL-fON EVENING Ovei'platitiiig of Wheat WonH Boost Allotment CARUOLLTON — An article released thlsr week from flic Farm Biiremi office states that farmers whoi Intend to bVernlnnt their wheit fttfolnlehis for the sole purpose of, estabilshlnpt bigger crop histories F6r use in; figuring future allotments are In error. The present law provides a penalty In the form of reduced future ni- lotnie)its.. for producers who exceed their allotmonls In Ifl6<1. Whether or not thn present rules governing allotments remain (lie sf I the will depend .on (he future qbttrse of wheat legislation. For example, If the Farm Bur- eftii plan Is adopted by Congress, acreage allotments would be discontinued, the article Says. Under present rules, allotments are figured using the farm's base acreage as Its wheat history However, the history tor a farm that ova-plants in 1964 will be the parity, or clofe to a national average of ftbout $1.25 per bushel. Producer* Who do not comply with the allotment will not bi-i eligible for loans. FtfWnef Dies - Mrs. ttattie Freeh of this city received word Monday of (lie death of her sin, Mrs. ttutii* Coker f who died Monday nijsa-ntag ft .Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Cokefilved in fcarrollton for a number of. years with her grandmother, Ululate Mi's. M. J. Crane, same M _the_ fnrnV. IBM allot- ^vtf& *£,£. tew iasi summer. For the past 53 years she ment, Therefore.', the net effect would ho a reduction In the Wheat allotment on a nonco'mplylng farm by some seven or eight per cent beginning with the 19GB allotment, Producers who comply with their llkM allotment will receive price support at 50 per cent of has lived in Seattle. She Is survived by her husband, Thomas Coker, and two daughters, Miss Evelyn Coker of Seattle, and Mrs. Belle Glffln of Kent, Wash. » Gfeeiie FttWitci's Ta Meet Sept, 5 CARROLL-TON - A change In date of the Sept. meeting of the National Farmers Organization ins been made and ft now be Thursday, Sept. 5, at the Hopkins hall in Roodhouse instead of Monday night, as was scheduled, because this date falls on Labor Day; The delegates will be chosen at this 'meeting to represent Greene County at the 20th District election In Meredosia Saturday, Sept 7. Be alert today, alive tomorrow. ntrtlM CARROLLTON — Three bab ies weye born during the weckent In Hoyrl Memorial Hospital, son was born Sunday to Mr. aim 323 Belle St, 508 W, Delmor Alton Plata Wllshlre Village Washington .Square IMG LID STAMPS FOR CASH or IMICKCHAMMSK DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS WITH PRESCRIPTIONS **** COLOR flW GENERAL ELECRIC proved effective in 9 out of 10 clinical cases I NO NARCOTICS TOOTH BRUSH SAFE! BATTERY OPERATED APE If - fc * DOUBLE EAGLE STAMPS RITZ BATH ROOM SCALES FAMOUS FOR ACCURACY DECORATOR COLORS Mrs. Daniel Edwards of Green- 'ield. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Roth ')f Rockbridgc were the parents of n son born Tuesday and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Sayre of Eldred are the parents of a daughter also born Tuesday. Donald Barnett of Piasa was admitted to the hospital Saturday as a medical paliont. Admitted Sunday as medical patients were Mrs. Blanche Harr anil Lloyc Muril Goodn of Greenfield, and Gary W.vall of While Hall. Ad milted Monday as medical p:t tienls were Mrs. Floy Arras am David Meyer of Greenfield, Ed ward Schumann, Mrs. Luella Da vis and Arthur Grantham of Car rolllon and Miss Sue Wilson o Benlon. Ed Rolf of Hottick en toretl for surgery. Ben Hopwtxx i of Carrolllon and Clarence Lilej of Eldred entered Tuesday as medical patients. Arthur Ruyle of Carrol I ton and Michael Costelo of Greenfield entered Tuesday tor surgery. was dismissed Sunday. Edgar Read and Mrs. Blanche Harr of Greenfield wore dismissed Monday. Mrs. Shelby Engcl of Greenfield was dismissed Tuesday. Mrs. Helen Wyatt of White Hall Be alert today, aJive tomorrow. •"Payment Troubles? - CONSOLIDATE If you ore unable to pay your payments, debts, or bills when due, arrange payments you can afford regardless of how much or how many you owe, One place to pay. No co-signers or security neededl ALTON BUDGET PLAN 309 H1DOK Bonded and Licensed JUST ARRIVED!.... A BRAND NEW STOCK OF TIMEX WATCHES FOR MEN, LADIES, CHILDREN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLING WRIST WATCHES... MADE FAMOUS BY DEPENDABILITY, ACCURACY AND FASHIONABLE STYLING. Such Features As • .SHOOK KES1STANT • UNBKEAKABLE MAINSPRINGS • STAJXLESS STEEL BACKS • WATEKPHOOK — DUSTPKOOF • SELF-WIND LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN! don't just bathe "BATHE 'n GLOW" PRECIOUS LIQUID OR NEW FOAMING "CREME GELE" ARE ALWAYS AT FASHION LANE Your first bath with Bathe 'n Glow positively ends dry itchy skin. 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