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Florence Morning News (Newspaper) - January 30, 1958, Florence, South CarolinaFace 6-a the Florence morning news. Florence s. Thursday morning january 30, 1958 county farm news have Cotton seed treated properly by Herman f. Livingston county agent. According to a recent Survey Many Farmers a planting mis treated Cotton seed. Samples of seed take at 18 custom treating establishments indicate that Only had been treated with the recommended dosage. The other samples had less than 75% of the recommended dosage which Means this Many Farmers Are perhaps paying for a Job they Are not getting. While these result Are by no Means conclusive they do indicate that much of the Cotton planting seed Are inadequately treated. Farmers should strive to Fol Low dosage recommendations. They should also be on hand to demand proper treating when seed Are treated commercially. Billburg demonstrations plan Ned plans Are being made for three Billburg control demonstrations to be held in Florence county soon. These demonstrations Are be ins held to show Farmers the methods of controlling Bill bugs and the material to be used. Since this Bug causes consider Able damage to Corn stands in the county it is expected trial Many Farmers will be interested in these demonstrations. Time and place will be announced later. Pool try Shott course the second annual poultry Short course will be held at Clemson Entine and other would be dropped. Naval stores senator Russell stressed hat the 90 per cent of parity guarantee provides an orderly marketing procedure for Turpen Ine products in that there is Little or no Market for turpentine when t is harvested but a great de Mand occurs later in the year. If the 90 per cent guarantee vere removed Russell said Large companies could Corner the mar get on turpentine during the har Esling season for a Small Cost and make a huge profit on it Dur no the demand season. As it is now the commodity credit corporation buys up the naval stores Dur no the off season and places it on he Market during the buying sea Russell said the government had seen making Money on the Deal and that he could see no reason or eliminating the 90 per cent supports. Secretary Mcclain admitted that the department had considering changing its policy by making it a co opera Ive program but that the farm is apparently could t get financing from private sources unless he indicated to the senators that the plan to eliminate the 90 per cent of parity on naval stores will probably be forgotten but he would give no definite Assurance of this. Attending the meeting besides the agriculture department officials and the senators were w. L. Rhodes of Hampton s. C., Board member of the turpentine Farmers organization judge Harley Langsdale of valdostaga., president of the association h. M. Newton of Wiggins miss., vict president William Nabb of me Clancy fla., a Board member Jim Gillis jr., Soperton a Board member and Ray Shirley manager of the association. State feb Gas tax Columbia Jan. 20 Hiers of the South Carolina farm Bureau federation Are in favor of diverting Gas tax revenues to the slate general fund. The action was taken at a meet ing of the federation s Board of directors preceding last night s an favors divert Bureau legislative to divert one Keiit Nual farm banquet. A proposal of the seven cent stale gasoline tax from farm to Market Road building to the slate general fund was approved by the House of representatives in the first week of the 1958 general Assembly. However Senate finance committee has refused to go along with the diversion scheme report edly favouring instead a withhold ing plan for stale income taxes. Both plans Are aimed at making up a deficit estimated at 6v4 million dollars in the state Jeneral fund. While the farm Bureau Board ame out in favor of the Gas tax diversion spokesmen for the federation emphasized that the farm of Markel Road program should e continued. The appropriations Bill passed by the House also stipulated that. Outlining the federation s Legisla Ive program to members of the general Assembly federation presi Dent e. H. Anew said the general Assembly has a perfect right to continue to impose his one cent for Highway purposes of use it for general fund Pur poses or to discontinue it.1 it was pointed out that the farm Bureau has no policy in regard to the proposed diversion plan Al though the Board of directors favored the proposal. On other proposed legislation the farm leaders 1. Favored a revising South Caro Ina corporate tax Structure de signed As a move to attract new Industry so Long As they carry ing out of these recommendations does not require shifting a portion of the tax Burden to some other segment of our the proposed revision would Cost the state an estimated two million Dollar annually in 2. Recommended that the state eave the use of property taxes o counties municipalities and school districts. He government continued guarantee the program. To forester warns of fire dangers the District forester s office has issued a warning to the pub Lic to be extra cautious of outside fires at the present time. Weather conditions right now increase the dangers of Forest fires it is pointed out. Now is the time Pecan Trees for Sale at Nursery wholesale prices Pecan Trees each slightly less in larger Quant Tiei also desirable Elliott varieties t. B. Young co. Do turn. Hwy., just inside City limits Florence s. A toughest automotive tests of All time prove Low Cost Plymouth looks runs like new after Miles it s America s biggest automotive you buy when you Trade dramatic braking test made before lop automotive editors. The Plymouth on the right had just completed a Cross country run. Other tests included acceleration ride smoothness Jas Economy handling ease. Tho Veteran performed like Newl one of the Plymouth a above is fresh from the Assembly line. The other a Veteran of to toughest test run of All time continuous Miles in 58 Days. A thousand Miles a Day through 37 states. We put both ears through the same exhaling tests. Yoeel Nilion. Gas Economy. Handling ease. Braking Coli Rignry. The results the Plymouth that had driven equivalent of 6 years on the hardly be told from new. Like the new Plymouth it zoomed from 0 to 40, 40 to 60 in a matter of seconds. In a 40-Mph panic Stop it halted within 38 inches of the new ear. And in the vital area of Gas Economy careful tests proved thai the car delivered almost the exact same mile age As the new Plymouth. It Rode with a smoothness and handled with an ease that astounded even Veteran test men who had thought they d seen everything. What does it All prove just this from the Day you buy it to the Day you Trade it in your new Plymouth will take you to wherever you re going. Faster smoother easier safer. You get More value now. And you look Forward to More dollars when1 you Trade. Why not see your Plymouth dealer now hell give you a fair appraisal of your pres ent car. Then you la Sec How easy it is to own America s biggest automotive value. Stays Young and proves it

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