Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico on May 15, 1966 · Page 14
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Clovis News-Journal from Clovis, New Mexico · Page 14

Clovis, New Mexico
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Sunday, May 15, 1966
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Mty 18, Only about one-thiM of the world's powilfttlon has »n ideqttite food supply, In underdeveloped treat the defldenctw, mch as undemutfjUon, protein milnntrttton, anemia and bertbert, are predominant. But in regions in which food supplies are abundant •nd economic levels high, overnutrltlon. suchai obesity, is the problem. PUMPS NEED REPAIR? We Repair And Service Ail Makes Of Irrigation & Domestic Pumps, - Call Collect 356-5214 WATSON DRILLING CO. Portales, N. Mex. Livestock Morketmen To Convene MACKINAC 19LAN&, Mlcti. « A unique chaptef to the history of the straits of Mackinae will be written June IM4 when livestock fflarketmen convene at the famous Grand Hotel on Mackinaw Island for the 1&66 Livestock Marketing Congress. Michigan Governor George Romney will deliver & ma jot address at the featured awards banquet on Monday night. June 13. He is expected to express his views on livestock industry af fairs and its ability to compel! lively merchandise and sell live stock and meat in terms of sound values for the consuming public. The Livestock Marketing Con gress Is sponsored and conduct ed by the Certified Livestock Markets Association. It is the industry's business Iradc association of more than 800 trade mark name livestock market businesses, which conduct their selling and merchandising services by auction for the compel itive determination of prices. Joint hosts for the event being held for the first time in Michigan are the Michigan Live stock Markets Association and the Livestock Improvement Association of Michigan. Market News SMRKfcfS *t#w» *nd i^ttem SWWe Cfcmrtrnwd ttln on U,W9 h*W. _ slaughter Stem • Mostly Cfoit* 97V 1275 g *».oo-».«o, mtiifly $»,!*> down: mixed Good *nd Cholt* fTS-Hrtoa SM.- JO-2.TS5; few load! mo»(ly Good I83.73- 24.50. . ftt«tr|ttt«1 > Helteft • Mostly CTmlt* 7SO-MO mS5-3B.», »l*Mble ttrinf *«•«»< to ¥"h- (Ttrtet m# f».& tMy: mfWd G«WI *nd Cholc* 700-87S* $M.7S-»4,SO: i.->v load* Standftrd to Oood 83V8S00 JJ3.- SO-M.SO. swufhtef «l«r* ind htifm 4 perrou Miriftk f.o.ft. frttftot. r**d*f cattle dtfody to We iiwer. Confirmed mien an ».S73 .Onipl* load« high- Choice and Prime B50-700* Good and Choice 500-700<J .flM.7J-2.V25, Including iome us be delivered feedlot; few load« Oood ana CIWt» WO* fleiny steer» $24.00: Good afwl ClidlM 475-550* heifer* $23.25-24. 2.8SO rmally CSwtce 700-7M# J25.-28. for late May and June delivery. Feeder rattle and catvel 2 percent iihrlnk or equivalent. Slaughter IMtihs «teady to 50c higher. Confirmed 20.300 head. Choice and Prime 70-989 Spring lamb* $24.50-25.80; Choice and lew Prime ftVHHft »hoi-n M9.SO-21.00; mixed OOOd and Choice $18.«M9.50; mostly Good «nd «horn ewe« |IO. Feeder UmM »t*Hy to ulrtHif. CSftftm- #d Miet 1630 head. Choice tfflJ Witty Spring lumhj MM a $J4 -24.M «il*«J th*j»f and Choice .W1.50-24.2S. SIMftlter HUftftt 4 percent thMnk f.o.b.i feeder limn 8 percent ihrlnk. MR* At the major iiveatocK termmau, Haugh- t*r »t«»m *oM meftdy to i.flo iwcw, with tn« moit leciln* »t Chicago. Slaughter heifwi *eM *te«dy to so low. cowl were uteady to 1.00 higher ,»IUi * large »h«r» fully 30 higher. Bulls told tltkAt to I.on higher with the full advance it Stout City. Vealeri were fully lietdy to 1.00 higher, and feeder* were mixed with Sioux City and Sioux Fain steady to 50 higher, the majority iteady, hut Kansas City and Oklahoma City iteady to 1.0U lower. The illght Increase In receipt! r-oupled with the decline in the dressed beef trade proved bearish at mo«l polnU. Although distribution was fairly uniform at most markts throughout the week. Distribution was fairly uniform at molt markets. Average com and weight* of daughter stocrs at the seven major marketi was 28.02 and 1124 Ibs. Compared with 23.88 and HOT lb« the previous week and 35.28 and 1106 a year ago. New Mexico Briefs BOOT SALE Men's . . . 14.98 ft up Kid's .... 4.98 ft up TO EXPLAIN STRAUSS ROSWELL (UPD- Joseph Grammier, manaer of the new Levi Strauss clothing plant to be located in Roswell, will explain plant operation and projected employment and payroll Wednesday at the Roswell Chamber of Commerce's breakfast WILDLIFE SPEAKER ARTESIA (UPD - Judge Louis D. McGregor, president of the American Wildlife Federation was a featured speaker Saturday at a meeting here of the state Wildlife and Conservation Association. Judge McGregor is a member of the Michigan Court of Appeals. He will keynote the opening assembly of delegates attending the meeting. ACCIDENT FATAL DEXTER (UPD—Steven Chavez, a 19-year-old Dexter area farm worker, was killed Friday when he fell between a tractor PANT SALE on Nationally Advertised STA-PREST PANTS Hog. 6.98 for 4.98 or 1 prioo with any purehaso of 10.00 or more Torrence's Western 212 W. 7th Torrenee Reed, Sole Owner and a carry-all machine. Auth orities said he slipped between the tractor being ariven by his brother-in-law, Ruben Chavez and the carry-all, a machine used to pick up dirt. The acci dent occurred on the Martin Kirkendall Jr. farm three miles soulh of Dexter. Chavez died at the scene of severe head injur les, police said. Boys State Set ROSWELL UPD— The 19th annual session of New Mexic Boys' State will be held June 3-11 at New Mexico Military Institute. New Mexico Boys' State Inc is a citizenship training projec sponsored by the American Le gion Department of New Mexi CO. Activities will include instruc lion in law, police and election with actual participation in court procedures, city and coun ty administration, legislativ< assemblies and state function ings. FARMERS UNION INSURANCES BLANKET COVERAGE • HOME • FARM • AUTO • HAIt ONt STOP SERVICt FOR Alt YOUR INSURANCE NEED* J,' t 1MSUBAMCM A. V. (Blue) Tate 2400 Main Phone 762-2201 or Res. 985-5100 Girl Scouts Set Open House At Eagle's Nest An Open-House and review campsite building plans will b held at the Sangre de Cristo Gir Scout Council's Camp near Ea gles Nest, Sunday. A warm invitation to come and bring a picnic lunch is ex tended to everyone. Beverage may be purchased at the camp Proposed buildings will be in dicated by artist' sketches post ed at planned building sites. Permanent - winterized struc tures will be built at the camp making this an excellent year around camp. A private corpor ation is building a large ski fa cility adjacentt o the Girl Scou property, which will provide oth er interesting activities beside the camping, skills and horse beck riding already offered a the camp. NOW You Can Have A Greener Lawn, A Sturdier Lawn. A Worm & Insect I FREE Lawn all Summer Long I With Turf Magic Fertilizers 12-4-4 and 12-04 Golden Acres Turf Magic is especially Formulated and recommended for Western Soils. Turf Magic Contains Organic Nitrogen plus chemical Nitrogen with Chelated Iron, This Cnelated Iron formulation d o t s not Tie-up in western soils as da some fertiliiers. Organic Nitrogen source continues to feed your lawn throughout the feeding period. THE CRYSTAL BALL Bf Pttlfc CRYSTAL County ettaflftkm Agent New Mexico State University Eitcnslon Service .The following from "Farm Management Manual", Hedges and Sltton, Principles and Procedures In Farm Management Deislons: 1. Farm Management Is concerned with profit. 2. Farm Manager's primary responsibility is to make and carry out sound economic decisions. 3. Sound Management decisions c o n f o r m to economic principles: a. Inventory of farm resources (water, climate, soil, pest hazards.) b. Accurate legal description c. Location sketch d. Farm map e. Farmstead map f. Complete farm inventory g. Accuracy in detail. 4. Test crop system profitability. 5. Decide on what's to be done before buying equipment. 6. Calendarize all operations. 7. Figure approximate costs of proposed crops. 8. Substitute where opportunity to gain is apparent. 9. Use land and soil to maximize returns according to capabilities. 10. Consider livestock where crops and aftermath can be used to advantage. 11. Plan labor requirements to provide adequate labor at the right time. 12. Establish a competent and comprehensive bookkeeping 13. SuSirize non-cash fixed costs, fixed costs and vari.''- able expense. (All expenses are variable until actually 16th spent). 14. Establish depreciation schedules when applicable 15. Keep records faithfully. 16. Analyze records as a base for next year's planning. 17. Write it down when you do it. * * * * COUNTY WATER TABLE DECLINES: The average decline of the water table in the thirteen, counties of the High Plains Underground Water District! for 1965 was 2.06 feet. Listed below are the counties and! the average decline of each. Proper Pruning Con Improve Tomato Crop. Expert Asserts UNIVERSITY PARK - Prop- ty. er slaking, tying and pruning ofj In tying plants to stakes, il is; lomaloes can improve the sue-!best to tie the string to the sake' cess and quality of a tomato;and then around the plant. Pass J crop, according to D o u g 1 a s the string under a leaf stem. Bryant, horticulturist with tlir Tie plants loosely so fruit clus-. New Mexico State University Co-!ters are not injured and are awayj operative Extension Service. 'from the stake. Two lyings us-ji StPke plants when they are justly are sufficient. Do notjj about 15 inches tall and before'prune or tie healthy plants ats they fall over. Stakes should be!the same time as those that are| long enough to extend 4 feet'infected with mosaic. The dis-| above ground and strong enough case can easily spread lo the! (about 1 x 1 inch) to support'healthy plants. Ihe plant to its full height. I Make shallow cultivations of-| Prune plants to single stems 1 ten enoiurh to control weeds andl until the third cluster of fruit'gross. Be. sure not to disturbf las set. To do this, remove,the stakes or injure plants when| suckers that grow in the forks 'cultivating. t of the leaf petiole and stem. Be! use of tobacco should careful not to remove the clus- ! at all times when work-:' ter of blooms with each sucker Jing with tomato plants. Tobacco; Topping the plants just above jcarrios a mosaic disease, which J the fifth cluster hastens niaturi-_groatlyJ'cduces> y^jdj 5 : 'Ranchers & Farmers Weekly Clovis New Mexico Thorp was a total of 2063 head of cattle for our Regular Wednesday and Friday Sales. This was the smal-. lest receipts for a long long time. The market on Friday was steady to $25 higher than Wednesday, this making a full $.75 to $1.00 higher for the week. Bulls were steady with a $23.80 top. Our feeder market was fully steady. Cow and calf pairs looked $5.00 to Don't forget our regular horse sale Monday, May * * * * .lohn Seaton. Mulcshoe, Tex.. Blk Cow, 1165 at 20.60 Faye Powoll. Plains. Tex., Blk Wf Str. 410 at 29.00 C A. Watson, Muleshoe. Tex.. Blk Cow. 1035 at 20.50 One Smith. Plains, Tex., Wf Sir.455 at 28.10 J. L. Ivy, La/.buddie. Tex., Wl' Cow. 14.10 at 10.90 Earl Liimpee, Tucumcuri. (1 I'r.) Wf Cow & Cf. 1115 at 240.00 Pr. Armstrong 1.84 feet Lamb 2.51 Bailey 1.10 Lubbock 2.74 Castro 2.37 Lynn 1.22 Cochran 1.27 Farmer 3.98 Deaf Smith 1.39 Potter .50 Floyd 3.77 Randall 1.66 Hockley 2.44 Farmer County had the greatest decline and Potter County had the least decline. When one's bank account declines sharply, one takes steps to control the decline. Water is money to the High Plains and everyone needs to take steps to conserve water. Start today to do your part. U. D. Sawyer, Crossroads. Wf Bull. 1345 at 22.90 Edward Sumrall, C.rady. Wf Str. til 5 at 2tUO Santiago Tcnorio, Santa Hosa. Wl' Ill'r, 545 at 22.00 Jack Moore, Elida, Blue Uii Cow, l.'!3"> at 20.40 A F Turner, Ft. Sumner. Wl' Str. 320 at 31.00 E. II. Cooper, Clovis, Blk Bull. HilO at 23.20 Cleo Whitmire. Sudan, Tex.. Mol Str. 740 at 22.50 Edgar Hough. Mclrose. i-li Wf Sirs. 32JJ at 33.00 Bonita Ranch. Corona, i2> Blk Mot' lllrs, 545 at 23.70 G. W. Hammond, Clovis, Hoi Str, !',(15 at 2:5.50 Murmond Jersey Farms. Alamogordo, Jcr dnv, 1420 at 19.20 Enca Grancli & Sons. Carlsbad. Hod Bull. 1760 at 23.20 Bobby Lewis. Abernathy. Tex , Wf Bull, 1220 at 22.80 C. H. Hall, Melrosc. Wf Hl'r. 440 at 24.1U) Jack Nelson. Friona. Tex., Bik Bull, 14(15 at 23.70 Mary Jane Kllison. Texico. lied Cow. 1220 at. 1B.BO Michael llarton, Tatum. 151k Mof Sir., 305 at Regular horse sale Monday. May Kith. ADV. Golden Acrtf Turf Magic Ferrtliitr Guaranty, to giv* ym * more beauitful, mare rigorous lawn and | ki*j> it gr<*n*r longer or your none? will be return*!. UT US ARRANGE A SiDf-IY-SIDI OIMOM* STtATION WITH ANY COMFAIAIIC MO- DUCTOFYOUtCHOICe SEf YOUR LOCAL • ffyltr IwMf Hm Start • T04Y A0U4I A YhMMflU Uju^MfJUIA OTv^l v IWHIBB flWVWW Am HMJIMAMAMAAMA I AUft^l Ctf^U^A ft Wv ^HnH^^^^^^^HHHHB^I^i •i^^^H^H ^H^E^^^^^^F ^^K ~^f^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^P^'^^^P^^^^W ^Ml^^^mP WWWI^B^w ^BF •t Why not ask your cows about SWEET SIOUX? Really! // you've never planted Paymaster SWfff SIOUX, the FIRST sorgo x Sudangrass hybrid, then ju*t plant some fight next to the forage you've been planting. Then let your own cattle show you the answer. They may not be able to tell you that Paymaster SWEET SIOUX will give you MORE cut' tings, MORE regrowth (that regrowth really is something to see) and MORE tonnage , . . and they may not wy anything about SWffl SIQUX's HIGH PROTEIN and VITAMIN A content. They probably won't mention the record - breaking yields of $WHT SIOUX for GRAZING, GRHN CHOP, H AY LAG E, SI- LAGS, and HAY. But, if you'll Just plant SWf *f SIOUX right next to your usual forage wop, your tattle will walk right over the aid kind to get to SWKT SIOUX! And then you'll hgve your answer. Oifctr flat forages by Paymaster ore: 3 LITTLE INDIANS, 3 UTTU INDIANS*! AZTfC, THUNDER0IRD and CROP GUARD. •OX 512 763*3473 THE 50UTHWESTS MOST MODERN PEED PUNT Clovis Nt w Mexico J

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