Agricultural conservation program
Pack, Richard Wash.
Jones, William P. Brock, Nora' Whitaker, Jr.
Figgcr, Juanita Johnson, Henry
Smith, Male Smith,
Robert Harris, Vance.
Jim Hayncs, Maude Hays, Doro
Tolcr, Male Toler, Female
thy Tackct, Male Tacket, Male
"A" Wilder, Malo "B" Wilder. Bryant, Theodoro
Admissions: Vena Martha Amburgcy, Debra Lynn
Swinney, Michael D. Hayes, Clc-l- a
Hagans, Margie Vance, Male
"A" Vance, Female "B" Vance,
Carolyn Ann Smith.
Discharges: Dan C. Bellcmy,
Mary Burkich, Eliza Holcomb,
Smith, Marion Meade, Ann
Female Eldridge, Clea Hagans,
Stoney Allen Johnson, Jewel
May Mullins, Maggie Walkup,
ACP is one of the
essential materials and services set last year (373,500) Letcher
services of the U. S. De instead of cash payments. ACP County was given an honorable
partment of Agriculture.
for mention In a statewldo forestry
Throuch ACP. the government conservation measures that es- contest. Technical assistance
shares with farmers the cost of tablish or Improve a protective was furnished by the Kentucky
of doing certain needed soil and cover of grasses, 'legumes, or Division of Forestry.
water conservation measures. trees, conserve or dispose of One hundred thirty-eigh- t
Funds for ACP are appropriated water, and other measures that were seeded to permanent covby Congress each year and dis- protect, improve, and make bet- er with tho net assistance
tributed among States and agri- ter use of farm and range land.
cultural counties to help farmDuring 1959, 162 Letcher grassland is to be maintained
ers carry out their conservation County farmers availed them- by the farmer for a Dcrlod of
selves of the opportunity to lnv , four years. $276.00 in assistance
ACP pays about half the cost provo ineir farms in coopcra ...... given 10 II
inrco iarmers un
of conservation practices ap- tion with tho Letcher County dor tho pasturo improvement
and Agricultural Stabilization and practice. Your County Agent
helps make related technical as Conservation Committee. Sever- aided these farmers with recomsistance available through co- al of these farmers carried out mendations as to their needs.
operative arrangements with two or more practices on the Two livestock wells were drillother agencies. It may furnish farm, resulting in the fact that ed for which $376.00 was given
these 102 farms received
les B. Caudill, Lovctta Collins,
for conservation prac- were built by J. B. Evcrsole and
Patricia Ison, Carleno Toler, tices.
Nat Combs with assistance
Sam Wesley Trent, Boyd WhitThe most widely used practo $417.00. Sod wateraker.
tices in Letcher County
are ways were established by E H
April 9 Admissions: Robert thoso dealing with reforestation Day, Jr. and Milburn Collins.
B. McCray, Oakland Halcomb.
The U. S. Government spent ap- - a?'d scvcn farmers installed tile
Discharges: Loran D. Banks, proximately $6,219.00
in re- - drainago on their farms with
Carrie Joan Barker, Geneva foresting and improving 306 ncl assistance of $565.00, with
Gale Bates, Opal Bryant, Female acres in the county last year, technical advice and assistance
Bryant, Polly Caudill, Aster The tree seedlings planted not bein8 furnished by the local
Combs, Jeffrey Sexton, Dalna only servo to conserve soil on SCS technician. One
Shepherd Alle Stepany.
our barren hillsides but in fu- - thirteen acres were troatnd with
April 10 Admissions: Maude turc years will enhance
the lirrmstnnn nmi on
monetary value of the land. Be-- seeded with winter cover crops,
Discharges: Brice D. Baker. cause of the number of trees
was allowed for
Roy E. Bentley, Raymond Bran- Virgie Collins,
Hampton, Malo Hampton. Male
Bentley, David Gray, Sam Wesley Trent, Walter Mullis, Jackie
Discharges: Nora Figgcr, C.
C. Hall, Michael Hayes, Maude
Alice Jones, Marion Meade.
Lee Hampton, Male Hampton,
Mattio A. Marcum, Carrie Joan
Barker, Roy E. Bentley, Sarah
Donnelly, Geneva Gale Bates,
Loran D. Banks, Lillle Polly.
Martha Brown, Mike Marich,
Author L. Meade, Jackie Lee
Pigg, Troy Whitaker, Jr.
cia Ison, Ross C. Whitaker, Pol- no u. Whitaker, Floyd Halcomb,
iovetia A. Collins, Delia Hollan,
Discharges: Nora Back, William P. Brock, Jackline Burke,
Usley Howard, Juainta Johnson,
Arthur Lucas, Verna Sexton, Ludema Sturglll.
Discharges: Willie King, Creed
Millie Stamper, Charles A.
THE MOUNTAIN EALI
THURSDAY, APRIL 14, I960
seeding plus the fertilizers required by soil test.
All the above assistance was
obtained by the farmer by requesting
ACP at tho county ASC office.
mu information may be obtained at the ASC office on
Main Street In Whltosburg,
phone number 2428.
Another phase of ASC Committee responsibilities is 'the ad
ministering of tobacco marketing regulations. Eight of the
seventeen farms in Letcher
County which have tobacco
MvFall, George McGinnis.
Bates, Male Bates,
Martha male Marcum, John L. Bentley,
April 11 Admissions: Lucile
Brown, Opal Bryant, Virgie Col- Lorenze Mercer, Brice D. Bak- Garrett, Lavon Burke Conley,
Russell Malone, B. N. Polly,
Discharges: Dorothy Brewer,
Discharges: Rena Bates, Male Kenneth Ragland, Anna Sue
Female Brewer, Margie Pack, Bates, Flonnio Branham, Char- (Continued on Page 7)
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