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March 5, 1964

The Wellington Leader from Wellington, Texas · Page 5

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THE READING CORNER One of the favorite spots for children of Mrs. H. L. Tucker's first grade is the reading corner, where this group has chosen favorite books that also increase their reading skill. Standing at the back are Toni Taylor, left, and Lucy Sullivan, while Mrs. Tucker helps Mickey Vassey choose a book. Pilar Galan stands at right. Seated around the table, beginning at left and going clockwise, TOWER NEWS LETTER By. SEN. JOHN TOWER are Joe Rodriguez, Susan Johnston, Ruben Sanchez, Ray Castor, Helen Sanchez, Ramon Romo and Lena Hoffman. A number of children were ob- sent the day the pictures were made, and these were Stan Holcomb, Robert Smith, Kim Aaron, Leatha Baker, Cindy Beck, Judy Chandler, Sandra Ferguson, Ruby Romo, Becky Seitz, Sylvia Vela, and Jewel Sosa. I want to talk to- you today about a matter that is of extreme importance to farmers and ranchers, not only in Texas, but throughout; the United States. Not only that, it is of great importance to a whole group of related businesses and industries that depend upon our agricultural community lor their economic well-being. The price of cattle has dropped drastically in recent weeks and months. This has meant a loss of millions of dollars in income for our ranchers and stock farmers. And ibefore those of you who think that the ranchers' loss is your gain, I want you to consider a few facts that will be brought out in this report. In 1962, the total weight of live cattle, beef and veal imported into this country jumped drastically. In 1957, these imports amounted to only 3.9 per cent of our domestic production. In 1962, this had gone up to approximately 11 per cent of our total domestic production. In 1963, it went up still more, to 12 per cent. A few of us in the Congress became alarmed at the prospects facing our domestic livestock industry. As you may "know, our livestock raisers are not under a federal subsidy. They operate in a free market and must adjust their herds over the years to take into consideration such factors as feed prices, droughts, land values, and labor supply, as well as many other things that go into successful ranching and farming. We could see that if the import trend continued, our domestic livestock industry would be in dire straits. So we introduced! a bill in the Senate, S. 557, that; would establish annual quotas for imported cattle, beef, and veal, and were prepared to extend this to mutton. The quotas would be determined by averaging the past five years, including the high year of 1962, and the more-or-less normal years pro- ceding 1962, Imports over and above this quota would have paid extra import duties. The bill was co-sponsored in the Senate by Senators Simpson of Wyoming, Mechem of New Mexico, Young of North Dakota, Jordan of Idaho, Bennett of Utah, McGee of Wyoming, Goldwater of Arizona, and myself. It was fought by the Administration's spokesmen in the Department of Agriculture, which I thought was 1 rather strange in that one would think that the United States Department of Agriculture ought to be concerned with agricultural interests of the United States. At any rate, they were successful in* opposing our bill. They said that imports were not the real reason prices were falling, despite the very clear evidence that this WAS the prime reason. American consumption of red meat has climbed dramatically, from 46.4 pounds per person in 1932, to 95.1 pounds iper capita in 1963. In the face of increased sale of beef and veal, during last year, the price of beef fell from an average of $30.13 per 100 (pounds in November of 1962, to less than $24.00 in late 1963. (During the first eight months of 1963, on a carcass weight basis, according to reputable authorities, beef and veal imports were 22 per cent above those for the same eight months of 1962). Finally, the Administration was forced to admit the obvious truth—that the deluge of meat imports WAS havimg a drastic effect on our domestic livestock industry. I do not doubt for a 1 moment that there are many in the Department of Agriculture, and throughout this Administration, who could care less. They would like to see livestock producers, who have long resisted subsidies, driven to the wall and placed in a position where they will have to accept federal control in return for federal handouts. In opposing our bill, the Administration said it would seek voluntary curtailment of im- iports from the exporting countries. They have now announced the results of their endeavors, with claims of huge sue- Darlene Roiney on Honor List Darlene Rainey of the Lutie community and a freshman at Wayland Baptist, College, Plainview, is listed on tihe dean's honor roll for the fail semester with a scholastic average of 2.60. She is a 1963 graduate of Samnorwood high school and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Selba Rainey. No New Cases of Hepatitis No new cases of hepatitis have developed, among students in the Samnorwood school district, according to Supt. Orville Cunning-ham this week. Three students were stricken with the disease recently 'but they are improving and will be in school again within a short time, he added. 'Doctors who were called in were unable to find the source of the disease, and it is believed the children contracted it outside the community, the superintendent added. A large part of the student body received gamma globulin as 1 a precautionary measure. Mrs. Earl Smith Home from Ga. Mrs. EaTl Smith returned lasl week after visitinig for severa weeks in Savannah, Ga., hei former home. While there she kept hei grandchildren while their par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ear Smith, vacationed in the Baha ma Islands. I wish 'to express my sincere appreciation to my friends and neighbors for the food, flowers, gifts, cards and visits during my recent illness. Thanks so much to each of you. Mrs. C. D. Messer Quail, Texas Cards of Thanks Want Ad Information Rates On Classified and Legal Notices Minimum Charge $1.00 Minimum (cash in advance) 75^ Per word, 1 insertion—4c Each subsequent insertion 3e Display in Classified Section, per inch $1.00 Phone 447-2414 Reprints of Advertisements The Wellington Leader furnishes 20 reprints of advertisements to all regular advertisers who desire them each week. Additional reprints may be secured at a considerably lower cost than new circulars by notifying the paper of your needs at the time you place the advertisement with the newspaper. I AM DOING mechanic business in old Warrick building. Jake Maxwell. 32-tfc FOR SALE—Hegari hay, 75<t per bale at farm, 86tf (per bale delivered. Earl Janes, phone 447-5850. 32-2p FOR SALE—2-bedroom, cellar, carport, 4 lots. Nice. $500 down, balance monthly. (Rufe) Williams Real Estate. 447-5506. 32-2p FOR SA1LE—One 15 x 30 ft. building to be moved. Good condition. Phone 447-2407. Leslie Moore, 1717 El Paso St. 30-4p For Sale FOR SALE—Motel for sale. Retire with income, 16 units, living quarters. Red Sands Mote}, Childress, or 4501 West Third St., Amarillo. Telephone DR 3-1607, Amarillo. 27-tfc Services INVISIBLE REWEAVING — Mrs. H. R. Mayhugh. Dodson, ArMe Rt. 32-2p •My sincere thanks to each of you who were so thoughtful of me during my recent illness. For each kind deed I am truly grateful. George Adkins. How nice it is to live in a town where so many take time from their work and interests to tell the bereaved "I'm sorry." We thank all for their thoughts and memorialsi. The Mellie E. Foster family. We want to thank the people of Wellington, Samnorwood and Shamrock for the fine patronage they gave our 'broom sale Saturday. This money goes to help the blind and local children with eye problems. Your response was gratify- FOR SAILE—Ford tractor, dn good condition. Also small vacation trailer house. See Yeager at Johnson Pontiac & Buick. 33-lp MALE POODLE PUPPIES for sale; AKC registered'—excellent pedigree, 1 black and 1 cream. $75 each. Dr. Jack Rose, iphone 259-2605, Memphis, Texas. 32-4c DON'T PAINT—See or call R A. Williams, 700 Floydada Street^, phone 447-5506, WeN ington. Texas, representing Schell-Muiiday Co., of Amarillo Texas. Perma Stone, siding storm doors and windows, rock wool insulation, remodeling. 32-2p ing. Samnorwood Lions Club GOLDEN STAR restores original ibeauty to your carpets and upholstery. Use our sham- pooer FREE. Sullivan Hardware & Furniture. 33-lc FOR SALE—3150 ft. of irrigation pipe, 44 sprinklensi, 1 Chevrolet motor with butane carburetor, cooling coil, perfect condition (too high) I haven't priced it yet Also G John Deere tractor with 4-row lister planter, top shape, will trade, good extra tractor for stripper (it's worth that). Also 3 BR home on 8 lots, orchard, cellar, car port, out buildings. SE part, small down /payment, balance at 6%, good terms. See, call 447-5506. (Rufe) Williams Real Estate. Wellington, Texas. 33-2p USE our efficient electric carpet shampooer FREE with purchase of Blue Lustre Shampoo. S&R Hardware & Appliances. 33-lc George Refrigeration Service Complete Appliance Repair Parts and Service on any make Household or Commercial Phone 447-2333 Wellington Let George Do It 31-tfc FERTILIZER John Deere No. 45 Nitrogen 16-20-0; 30-15-0 and others John Deere Distributor for rent See Buske Farm Store or Phone 447-5485 31-tfc STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS is pleased to announce their new iLady Catherine Beauty Aid line. Demonstrators needed. For information call Childress WE 7-4372, Charlene Clements. 32-3c FOR ANY KIND of water well drilling or repair work, Ph. BL 6-1905. B. T. Johnston, Box 33, Shamrock. 33-4p ALL KINDS OF DIRT MOVING, TANKS, BULLDOZING TERRACES, LAND LEVELLING No Job Too Small STARR & PENDERGRASS 709 Ennis St., Wellington Phone 447-5607 22-tfc Free Estimates Prompt Service Expert Work Brown Paint & Body Shop Phone 447-5505 Your expressions of sympathy and your thoughtful acts are deeply appreciated by the family of Morris Wells. We were unable to know all who were responsible for many of these deeds, and we ask that you accept thi® as our personal thanks for your tokens of friendship. The family of Morris Wells Lunchroom Menu Monday, March 9: Ground beef patty on a bun, onion, mustard, pickles and tomatoes, whole kernel corn, buttered broccoli, peach crisp, half pint milk or chocolate milk. Tuesday, March 10: Baked pork slices, whipped ipotatoesi, buttered green peas, hot rolls and butter, cranberry salad, CATTLE IMPORTS Though the imports of cattle during the first five months of 1963 were clown slightly, the total red meat import was up 20% for the period. half pint milk ov chocolate milk. Wednesday, March 11: Smothered steak, cut green beans, sno-flake potatoes, hot whole wheat rolls and 'butter, fruit jello, half -pint milk or chocolate milk. Thursday. March 12: Navy beans with ham, buttered spinach, buttered cornibread, oven fried potatoes, green onion, pineapple upside down cake, half pint milk or chocolate milk. School will be dismissed Friday for teachers to attend the District XI meeting of Texas State Teacher* Association. cess. Basically, and stripped of its verbiage, the Administration's actions amount to this:: Imports, now at a level that have driven prices down, will ibe frozen near the present high level and guaranteed. There will be a minute reduction for the time being — election year— and then imports will again begin climbing. I regard the solution, if it is that, as wholly unsatisfactory, and if livestock raisers believe their problem has been rolved iby this law, they will .balieve anything. It amounts to mothing more than a massive snow job, designed to make the entire domestic livestock industry, from livestock i m aisers to the corner meat market, believe that this Administration is trying to do something about a problem it has refused to face realistically. In closing, I thought you might like to know: The United Nations has now decided to proceed with plans to establish a 'livestock improvement center in Cuba, at a cost of more than $1 million, 40 per cent of which will be paid by American taxpayers through their U.N. contributions. Business Opportunities $65 WEEKLY AND MORE For reliable man or woman to service customers in section of Wellington. Full or part time. No investment. Wi'ite C. R. Ruble, Watkins Products, Inc., Dept. M-l, P.O. Box 2447, Memphis, Tenn. 33-35-p FORD EARN $20 per day or more in permanent route work. Will train man or woman if inexperienced. Write Mr. Heath, jBox 2766, Memphis, Tenn. 33-2p Lost and Found iLOST—In or near Wellington: brownish-black male German Shepherd dog. Weight 60 Ibs Reward. L. A. Davis, 447-2380 33-lp Dr. M. V. Cobb Chiropractor BL 6-1133 340 South Main Shamrock, Texas SPINET PIANO (new) located in your vicinity. Will sacrifice to party able to assume $27.50 monthly. Writ,e Channer Music Co. Sterling, Colorado. 33-lp FOR SALE—12-ft. aluminum fishing boat, with equipment. Call 447-2247, Frid&y, Saturday or Sunday. 804 .Galveston. 33-2p Water Well Drilling Well Servicing Pull Irrigation Pumps call James Wilson 447-2721 or Harold Scott 447-2713 31-tfc FOR SALE—The house on my farm 5 miles south of town. $700 cash or terms. Jack Scott. 447-2236. 33-lc .—1963 FORD GALAXIE 500 FORDOR SEDAN, 8- cyL silver moss in color, Cruise-O-Matlc transmission, factory air conditioned, radio, heater, tinted windshield, white sidewall tires. 2.—1961 CHEVROLET BEL AIRE 4-door sedan, 6 cyl. light green in color, automatic transmission, heater radio and white sidewal tires. 3.—1962 FORD H-TON PICKUP, 6 cyl.. short nar row bed, red and white in color, custom cab, heater side mount, side-view mir ror, rear bumper. 4.—1962 CHEVROLET W- TON PICKUP, 6 cyl., short narrow bed, standard transmission, side mount, heater, rear bumper and green in color. ALL THESE ARE REAL BARGAINS We have other makes and models—come to see us. LOW FINANCE PLAN AVAILABLE HALL Motor Co. HOLLIS, OKLA. FOR SALE—Registered Pekingese, male, tan and white. One year old. 447-2236. 33-lc FOR SA!LE—Roll-away bed and electric ironer. 447-2236. 33-lc WET ACID Delinting Service Cottonseed cleaned, Graded, bagged. Phone 447-2585 Wellington Cottonseed Delinting Co. Dick Sweat, Mgr. 31-tfc SEE US FOR Venetian Blinds Floor Covering Carpet, Tile, Linoleum Philco Appliances Washers Dryers Blue Lustre Shampoo Roper Ranges Dearborn Heaters S&R HARDWARE Sam Adams, Mgr. N. E. Corner Square Phone 447-2553 43-tfc MONUMENTS: WILLIS-FELLOW QUARRY GRANITE, OKLA. FACTORY PRICES Only 52 Miles Call collect KE 9-2184 or send letter & we will call on you. tfc WE MAKE gates, liay racks, automatic feeders and calf tables. Oran Starkey, intersection Highways 83 and 203. Phone 447-2578. 21-tfc For Rent FOR RENT—3-room apartment near school 1 . Bills paid. Phone 447-2696. 33-lc FOR RENT—3-ibedroom house. Close to school. Phone 4475403. 33-lp FOR RENT—3-room furnished apartment bills paid. Also 2 lots for sale. Across street rom post office. W. F. Roberts. 32-2p TOM MONTGOMERY Real Estate, Shamrock, will appreciate your land listing. 28-4c Bulldozing Terracing Grading Harold Elbert 48-tfc FOR TYPEWRITERS AND ADDING MACHINES — Repair, rebuilt machines, also rib- oons for most machines, see Roy M. Horn. 7-tfc FOR SALE OR TRADE—Must sell two completely re-decorated homes. Will discount to qualified buyers or exchange for smaller nouses. One 3-bedroom, 1 bath, carpeted and! with drapes. One 3-bedroom, 1% baths, carpeted. For sale by owner. 447-2563. H. L. Duncan Jr. 33-3c FOR SALE OR RENT—Three bedroom (house, redecorated, with carpet. Phone 447-2286. John Dodge. 33-lc FOR SALE—Good used Tappan range. Mrs. Boyd Derryiberry. Phone 447-2000. 33-2p We Service TV Sets ALL MAKES Prompt Service Whites Auto Store Phone 4.47-2141 9-tfc Helpy-Selfy LAUNDRY Wet Wash or Dry Wash LANCASTER LAUNDRY 706 Bdton OR RENT— Nice duplex apartment, 701 W. 10th. Mrs. John W. Rodgers. Phone 4472368. 33-lc Political Calendar For District Judge 100th Judicial District ALLEN HARP CHAS. L. REYNOLDS For District Attorney 100th Judicial District JOHN GILLHAM For State Representative 87th District GRAINGER McILHANY For County Attorney R. L. TEMPLETON For Sheriff ELZIE WHITE JOHN RAINEY For County Tax Assessor-Collector RITA OWENS HUBERT MAULDIN For Commissioner Prec. 1 WOODROW WOOD For Commissioner Prec. 3 J. C. EMMERT Wanted WANTED—100,000 used burlap bags. Warrick Feed Store. 20-tfc NOW IS THE TIME for Pax or Fertilome crabgrass prevention. Canadian peat fertilizer and insecticides. A new Rose Fertilizer that kills insects'. All kinds of bulk garden seed, bulbs, vegetables and ibedding plants. Strong's Folwers. Pho, 447-2345. 33-tfc For Ethan Allen Treasury of Early American Furniture SIMMONS FURNITURE Hollis, Okla. 17-tfc FOR SALE—Grain fed calves. Harold Caldwell. 447-5407. 33-3c FOR SALE— Briggs-Stratton •garden tractor, with all equipment. M. H. Holman, 447-5888. 33-lp ARE YOU PLANNING TO DRILL AN IRRIGATION WELL? Let us discuss with you the advantages of a long- terra low-cost Federal Land Bank Loan. See Rayburn L. Smith on Tuesdays and Fridays. 4-tfc HELP YOUR IRRIGATION WELL with acid. Carroll Acid Co. of Texas. Specializing in Water Well Acidizing. 307 South Columbia. Phone CA 42962, Plainview, Texas. 33-3p New Automatic Maytags JUST INSTALLED We also have 10 dryers to serve you. We also do the customary wet wash-dry wash or you can do it yourself. Duncan Laundry 9th at Ennis tfc Seafy 83rd Anniversary Mattress Sale $59.50 value for $3988 set guaranteed 10 years $69.50 value for $4988 set guaranteed 15 years Twin Bedding Sale Your choice of 8 headboards free with the purchase of one of the following mattress sets. The Ashley: Deep tufted mattress, Box springs, wooden legs $69.95 The Blaine: Firm mattress, matching box springs, metal frame $79.95 The Capri: Extra firm quilted mattress, matching box springs, metal frame $89.95 The Drake: Luxury firm quilted Sealy foam mattress, matching Sealy box springs, metal frame $99.95 for a limited time only Sullivan Hardware & Furniture Co.

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