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The Othello Outlook
Othello, Washington
November 7, 1952     The Othello Outlook
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952 THE OTHELLO OUTLOOK PACE FIVE o u T o o K ACP Program WANT ADS Eyes Individual Needs of Farms :BY OWNER Lots 5, 6, .and 7, Block 19 on ,.Main Strcwt. Adams county's 1953 approv- l.~ts A and 4, Blo~k I4 fachtg ed crop practices program for local PMA committeemen will, ance covers only about half the visit each farm in the cQun~y out-of-pocke~ cost of conserva- for a field-by-field survey to help the farmer determine his conservation needs and select the most urgently-needed prac- tices, These practices will be sub- mitted ~o the county committee for approval. tin practices. The county chairman said the farm-by-farm procedure was tried early this year in at least one county in each state and n tins way, Koch said, Cedar and First Avenue. the first time will be based on "farms will be considered in- All the above zoned C-1 individualfarm conservationdividually, and practices can be Lots 8, 9, 10, Block 34, 84 ~oot needs, selected which will be of most Roy Koch, county PM.A chair- benefit to each individual farm. frontage, ~ces West on Bread- man, explained this week that , Koch pointed out APC assist, way. Will Sacrifice---make me a cash offer. Wrte---Roy Mundy ] FORD FARMING HEADQUARTERS ] P. O. BOx 545, Ephrata, Wa~ I PRESTON l TRACTORCO. .,Othollo Second Hand Store_. Phone 3322 [ Sales and Service J PROPA Z UColu ,-- [ II,4 W. l bia Apartments. Othello - H i I | ~a 'l |lI proved generally successful. Koch said PMA committee- men will be visiting farms in the near future, and that farm. era will have an opportunity to sign up for approved crop prac- tices before December 31, 1952. PHONE 3432 ACRO~SS FROM CITY , i IlI ~itJi I IllI FOR SALE W UR~.a'TZE~R PIANO -- sn~li, modern, lovely tone. Good terms ~o t~he right party. May be seen in Othel~o. Write to Hol~en0~ek Piano Co., W 611 First, Spokane, Phone RI-1157 2tc FOR SALE LANrD ~or sale ,by owner, a~ proxtrmately 1 mile from city limits West on Tauntzyrt road, F. H. Hou.veholder. tfn FOR SALE FIVE ROOMS of Furniha'e in- cl~des Electric Range and Refrigerator. Would like to sell all together or ~rade as a down payrner~t on a tra~ler house, tsa FOR SALE 1951 STUI)E~A~ER Pick-up, Overdrive, .Heater, Hill hold- er,Good ~ires, F~cellent shape, clean. Canvas Covered wa~=~n top ~or bed. $1345. Phone Warden 4771. @n --FOR SALE DAVENPORT an