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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1952

April, 1952 Essex Stuffest delicious food. S. A. Ozlin of Lunenburg county was the guest speaker. :<>.: ' vtjp . , „ 'Xww**:- • ■&, / MW§s ;m . >•$. ,?§&; f * ' *w J ; ofc-ano-Ao. .■».. >m«»y-K ' '-yfcfegMap %y isggs? |t: -.% IWIIII llllllllLr Iji ■:• fe : ; M ML SBHF JawW . UmlHm- ; . j- : -^ b 1 Hw%i f jfl Haas '''i.i'fPBBBI --•■ ii^Hf,f%||BHBWWr _ lg|g^ Sussex Officers kickoff drive in the county. In the center, rear of the picture, with the bow tie is Lee B. Carpenter, president. 9 Ottawa—(lFAP) — Canada recently shipped ten million dollars worth of wheat to India as a gift under the Colrmbo plan. All other knowledge is hurtful to him who has not honesty and good nature. KHjMTasJ Beautiful, durable Winnsboro Blue Granite monuments with proper inscriptions will dignify the memories of those we love and continue their lives into the years. Symbolic in design and reverent in purpose, these monuments are lasting tri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1952

8 (Oith the QnAWvnncsi Top Notchers Month of January Auto Agent County Applications Cleta Jo Ruebush Rockingham 24 Nat Wilkerson Prince Edward 23 John Batts Dinwiddie 21 C. B. Hendrick Mecklenburg 18 W. C. Francis Isle of Wight 13 C. S. Davis Augusta 12 J. F. Blair Pittsylvania 12 H. C. Moore Grayson 12 F.C.L. H. D. McClellan Smyth 11 John Putney, Jr. Cumberland 6 C. S. Davis , Augusta 5 Month of February Auto John R. Batts Dinwiddie 16 I. G. Jones Charlotte 14 C. S. Davis -r Augusta 12 W. S. Adkisson, Jr. Halifax 11 H. C. Moore Grayson 11 Cleta Jo Ruebush Rockingham 11 H. D. McClellan Smyth 10 F.C.L. John M. Putney, Jr. Cumberland 7 R. W. Curtis Culpeper 5 C. S. Davis Augusta 4 CLASSIFIED Advertising Rates The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of The News. Rates are: 6 cents per word for one insertion; 5 cents per word for each insertion where three or more insertions are ordered. Minimum charge is 50 cents. Ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

Virgiaia Farmer* Ajre Entitled to Parity Vol. 13, No. 5 Seven Counties Reach Quotas; 8 Others Near VFBF Buys Building For Home Office Use The building committee of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation and the Virginia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co., last month authorized the purchase of a new home office building for the two organizations. The transaction was concluded in April. The building is located at the corner of Ninth and Marshall streets, one block north of the present location of the Farm Bureau. It was bought from the Virginia Educational Association. One side of the building had been used for office space by the VEA and the other side was being rented as apartments. As a result, renovations are under way at present to transform the entire building into office space, and a full basement is being excavated on one side. The building committee, appointed several months ago by the state board of directors, is composed of C. L. Carr, Isle of Wight, T. T. Curtis, Orange, and H....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

2 The Virginia Farm Bureau News "Equality for Agriculture 99 mond h'vir^in>V 0 " P* X®f* inia Farm Bureau Federation. Inc. at Richtered'as iLnLil. twcrip't' on _Bo< per year, included in membership dues. EnVirginia under I°* J February 17, 1941. at the post office at Richmond, Lyric Build Richmond°l9,Virsini'a. 187 ®' Editoriftl » nd Bu * ines » Offices. 401 Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Officers President H. Guy Blalock Jr - VlC '~ Pr " idtmU Fifth District-J. B. Allm.n Third District W* P " skii* Sixth District—R. R. Reynold! Fourth District S^ 11 Seventh District —W. H. Wright fourth DiMtrxct-Georz* Palmer Eighth District —T. T. Curtl. Ntnth District—C. B. Atwell B 'u"r a ivc r r K 'ia'sr M'Sri ""'TpIJkBS?" 0 " O.P.S.—Legal Pickpocket That PHONY OF PHONIES the Office of Price Stabilization is at it again. It's in the business of making people happy. One thing that makes everybody happy is cheap food. We all have to eat. At least most of us do. So any time ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

NO. 8 IN A SERIES ON FLUE-CURED TOBACCO * i TOBACCO is not an easy | " numerous other hazards, toba | ! ' | cured area, insect pests have The hornworm moth. This insect has a wingspread of from 4" to 5", and hovers around tobacco plants, petunias, and Jimson weed on warm summer evenings. JVlillions of Hungry Insects have Big Appetites for Tobacco can destroy an entire plant. Insects found on tobacco are divided into two types: sucking and chewing. It is useful to know the feeding habits of insects in order to choose the proper type of insecticide. Insects with chewing mouth parts need either stomach or contact poisons for destruction, and the sucking types need contact poisons. Flea beetle magnified many times. Larvae from the eggs feed on the roots of plants in the tobacco bed and are thus carried along when the plants are set in the field. It takes from four to six weeks to complete the cycle from egg to adult. The adult then lays eggs for the next brood. The last brood feeds on j...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

4 Blalock Asks Aid Of Other Groups In Curbing Government Spending The Virginia Farm Bureau Federation in continuing its fight for a pay-as-you-go economy through a balanced budget has called for the cooperation of other groups in the economy to stop big government. The following letter was written to labor and business leaders in all segments of the economy by H. G. Blalock, president of the Federation. One of the greatest dangers confronting us today is the unbalanced condition of the Federal budget. We already owe approximately $260 billion; we are expecting to increase that by another $82 billion by June 30 of this year and by June 30, 1953, we are expecting to add another $14.5 billion to the total. Much of this money is being spent for planes, 'tanks, guns and ammunition, material which for the most part can easily become obsolete within 5 years and then we have to do the job all over again—continuing this process over and over for an indefinite period or at least as long as Co...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

May, 1952 Here's Where Your County Stopped la Redistricting For the purpose of clearing some of the confusion growing out of the Redistricting Bill, listed below are the Congressional districts as they now stand. First District Edward J. Robeson, Jr. Accomac, Northampton, Essex, Gloucester, King & Queen, Elizabeth City, Newport News, Mathews, Middlesex, York, Warwick, City of Hampton, Charles City, James City, Princess Anne, New Kent, City of Williamsburg. Second District Porter Hardy, Jr. City of Norfolk, Norfolk County, Portsmouth, City of South Norfolk. Third District J. Vaughan Gary Chesterfield, Henrico, City of Richmond. Fourth District Watkins M. Abbitt City of Petersburg, Dinwiddie, Greensville, Prince George, Surry, Sussex, City of Suffolk, Amelia, Nottoway, Prince Edward, Nansemond, Southampton, City of Hopewell, Powhatan, Brunswick, Mecklenburg, Appomattox, Buckingham, Cumberland, Lunenburg, Isle of Wight. Fifth District Thomas B. Stanley Henry, Patrick, Pitts...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

6 Oldest & Youngest here left to right: John M. Newell, Stephens City, who is 85 years old, L. H. Messall, county president, Melvin J. Pease, Whitacre, president of the Frederick Co-operative, and J. C. Whitacre, Gore, who is 19 years old. Newell has been a member since the Farm Bureau was organized in the county about 20 years ago. Whitacre, who was graduated from Capon Bridge, W. Va., high school last June, has been a member less than a year. f 'J" 11 f y|if : | 7- : • r j '" v p^^KSE.vS ;£ HHFv JPll^^ Mk ■wlJMyn nliliwb f lllChi & §§p|& |y y^^^^P'4 y I * v 1 4 '•>/ * 11 JL. J> ..Jjf \ , . nlil^Mf - '^^'"'* , -]h " tfHk Mr 1 ml R JiJi Ml ff JIB Ml ••*> Jl ~^: - API ygii^ §£ 8 mmmm^ w- «B t^ilß - ; - j ! X.j *Wk W :: "» llfiillf 111 11 1 11 mtL> - mKmm !|Ejfi| wmWWM m %- ~- I JfjH Imm |H| H jflM F >' V B | MmmMWmmmWimz ♦•» jM T tii P )I ™ w iBIBIII IffiP™ MSfl M&MS 91 ' ■LiiJIIM I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

May, 1952 Kline Testifies Against 100 Per Cent Parity (Continued from page 1) Mr. Kline added that "farmers are not asking for monopolistic powers to fix prices. Instead we are asking for price supports at moderate levels designed to provide a cushion against unreasonable price declines which serve neither the consumer nor the farmer. If we were to swallow the bait of high fixed price supports we would lose our capacity to fight effectively legislation designed to further restrict the functioning of our competitive enterprise system." AFBF is "strongly in favor of protecting the farmer's ability to earn a high income," Mr. Kline said, but "we know that over a long period of time the farmer cannot hope to get a high income if he doesn't earn it. Proposals which inevitably lead to complete government controls will destroy the farmer's capacity to earn a good income." "The American Farm Bureau Federation wants to maintain our agricultural plant in a high degree of productivity and in a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 May 1952

t Vice Presidents Ninth District is congratulated by C. B. Atwell, member of the State Board of Directors from the Ninth District. •••• m . m- m, ** N ' V^4 MMjIP' v HUt \ |i< > t"i Wm i fJIHi 8-1t f v if I mi fmri Asuncion— (IFAP) —Paraguay has been granted a five million dollar loan to increase farm production. The money was loaned to the South American country by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. It will be used for financing imports of farm tools, machinery, fertilizers, insecticides and other supplies. CLASSIFIED Advertising Rates The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of The News. Rates are: 6 cents per word for one insertion; 5 cents per word for each insertion where three or more insertions are ordered. Minimum charge is 50 cents. Cash must accompany orders. Members of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation may use the classified section of this paper at no cost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

Virginia Farmers Are Entitled to Parity Vol. 13. No. 6 Activities of Training School Announced by AFBF Make plans, notify your county president or the state office and be aboard the Powhatan Arrow, July 5, when we head for a good Farm Bureau meeting at the Southern Training School in Little Rock, Ark. The round trip train fare will be about $45. Hotel reservations run from $2.50 up. The trip will consist of three nights in the hotel. The state office is handling all reservations. Here is the schedule via Norfolk and Western RR: leave Petersburg on the Powhatan Arrow, 8:35 a.m., July 5; arrive Roanoke 12:10, with regular stops in between for passengers; leave Roanoke on the Tennessean at 1:30 p.m. and arrive Little Rock, 11 :05 a.m., July 6. The return trip: leave Little Rock, 3:30 p.m., July 9; arrive Roanoke, 2:27 p.m., July 10; arrive Petersburg, 10:15 p.m., July 10. Any Farm Bureau member may attend. Quota counties are entitled to send a delegate with transportation free, two del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

2 The Virginia Farm Bureau News "Equality for Agriculture 99 monthly by The Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, Inc. at Richt ,' irginia. Subscription per year, included in membership dues. En-'ccond-class matter February 17, 1941. at the poet office at Richmond, l„J ffcsiU- March 3, 1879. Editorial and Business Offices, 401 lnync Building, Richmond 19, Virginia. Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Officers President H. Guy Blalock I R ' app> Jr * VC ' FrMident " Fifth District—J. B. Allman w" » • Sixth District—R. R. Reynolds R - S h «lt?n Seventh District—W. H. Wright fourth Lnstnct George Palmer Eiohth District—T. T. Curtis Ninth District—C. B. At well Executive Secretary Director of Insurance Director of Organisation M. A. Hubbard Alden E. Flory Cullen Johnson u f r . Office Secretary Director of Information *• A - Hubbard Mrs. Evelyn Carter A. Pick Butler The Longest Chapter In The Book A day or a week has been set aside to observe just about everything from national first ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

NO. 9 IN A SERIES ON FLUE-CURED TOBACCO ' i Hmmb mm mm j&SP _w . h ,• ■BBSS? m^m m i* 1 «■/ la |§ »' » A- lßx^ v >> Ma, ' " : -IR< MBISr jfijgk jHr^ ' Bundles should be limited to about three leaves each. Proper spacing of bundles on the stick allows free air movement when sticks are hung in barn. If the grower has reasonable control of barn ventilation, the chances for successful curing are greatly increased. The ability to adjust the ventilating system to successive and varying stages of curing often means the difference between a poor result and a superior one. However, the ventilating facilities aren't the whole story; proper spacing of tier poles and number of leaves per bundle play an important part. The vertical distance between poles should be 22 to 26 inches or more, depending on tobacco size. Bundles should be limited to about 3 leaves each, with occasional variation, depending on size. Place approximately 22 bundles on each sti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

4 Halifax Officers Pictured are some of the new officers and directors of the Halifax Farm Bureau. From left to right, N. P. Ingram, L. J. Covington, R. W. Armstead, H. D. Henderson, C. D. Cassada (president), T. H. Loftis, R. T. Smith, J. G. Coates, Roy B. Davis, Jr., (V. President) and C. L. Roller. Th ese officers were responsible for the idea of a tour by county FB member to the USDA Experiment Station in Beltsville, Md., and the Middleburg Pasture Experiment Station in Front Royal. The trip, taken by bus, was a great success. I \l\ MMBhb . v |U \ | HI ___ • IMBl'" ■ K - - - fV *»; : ' v ■ '.'s%?*'* "^ |& «|cX _ • S VAitMJu mi £?' S <t-'<z¥ y ■ Jz&xf'? ->|p ■ ■ 8J.7 J J»Il - M - HMII KpJB ■■H II k m-i mmim I *Mfj j^H^HßHEk^^&Kijsm- v. j- 'Platform for America' Outlines AFBF Position for Political Conventions Chicago, Illinois, May 23—The trend toward centralization of power in the federal goverment threatens to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

June, 1952 Mr. & Mrs. Farm Bureau Member: You Are Invited To Insure Your Possessions Against FIRE -- WINDSTORM / AND Extended Coverages IN YOUR VIRGINIA Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Co. We Are Now Able To Offer You The BEST FIRE POLICY Available Under Virginia Law We Take Great Pleasure In Presenting A Participating, Nonassessable Policy / Written Under Farm Department Plan of Virginia Laws With all Virginia Standard Endorsements Available Through your County Farm Bureau Insurance Advisor For Farm Bureau Members exclusively. Virginia Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance Company 401 Lyric Bldg. Richmond 19, Va. VIRGINIA FARM BUREAU NEWS 5

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

6 A "Singing Contest" tive who acted as emcee at the banquet; and Waters Davis (right), League City, Texas, president of the National Association of Soil Conservation District Supervisors. v i I BBP IS I . #/ J j||: IBMili w%& » Hp* ''Sgltjte 3f WJf Jw\j|p^ Ug|| Eg *■ Down Here On Earth oContinued from page 2) it means a musty old document, a part of which must be meaninglessly memorized, and which they find boring to read. To the average U. S. citizen it has become commonplace, often talked about, but seldom understood fully. So commonplace that we take for granted "That all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain inalienable Rights; that among these are Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed; That, whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

June, 1952 Two Senators Agree On — 'The Problem Which Is Always Before Congress' Two Senators, members of different parties and representing states in different parts of the nation, agreed in Congress last week that economy in the Federal Government is essential. Senator John C. Stennis of Mississippi had just delivered an address on the need for cutting government spending when Senator Leverett Saltonstall of Massachusetts rose to announce that he agreed with "almost everything he has said." Senator Stennis had pointed to America's national debt of $260 billion. He had said that the tax barrel is empty. He had declared that "if we should confiscate all the taxable income of each individual taxpayer above the sum of $10 thousand, the additional yield would be only $3 billion, which would be sufficient to operate the Government under our present spending program for only 16 days." He had pointed to the 17.6 million individuals now receiving regular monthly Government checks. He had d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 June 1952

8 Door Prizes Farm Bureaus throughout the state have witnessed an improved attendance at meetings when door prizes were given, or when dances were held after the business session. At Goochland recently, Ernest Armentrout, left, is awarding an unidentified FB member a door prize. The night was rainy, but the building was jammed. A dance was held afterwards. 'JBP jHv.| ; Jj| llßiiilf JhjH jj M||j| M. 'Sfafctffijkji Jjte' < • . > ' s < ' CLASSIFIED Advertising Rates The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of The News. Rates are: 6 cents per word for one insertion; 5 cents per word for each insertion where three or more insertions are ordered. Minimum charge is 50 cents. Cash must accompany orders. Members of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation may use the classified section of this paper at no cost. Simply state name, address, and Farm Bureau to which you belong. Limit number of words...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 July 1952

Virginia Farmer* Are Entitled to Parity Vol. 13, No. 7 State's Top Farm Leaders Point To Necessity For Largest Farm Vote In History of Country New County Officers Pictured are the temporary officers of Charles City and New Kent counties. Front row, left to right, C. H. Evelyn, New Kent, R. R. Randolph, Tunstall, H. P. Fisher, Quinton, Lem Smith, Holdcroft and Bill Cropper, Charles City. On the back row, I. R. Nantz, Roxbury, A. C. Frame, Quinton, W. J. Wallace, Tunstall, and A. N. Hofmeyer, Williamsburg. t H vSHB m Charles City, New Kent Join Farm Bureau Family About 26 leading farmers in" Charles City and New Kent counties voted last month to become unit number 62 in the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation family. Temporary officers were elected as pictured above for the counties which voted to come into the Federation as one unit due to the small number of farmers in that area. The group decided, however, to separate into two separate units when the membership became of sufficient siz...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 July 1952

2 The Virginia Farm Bureau News "Equality for Agriculture" mond.^VirsrinU° n s uL,v he Virginia Farm Bureau Federation, Inc. at Richtered u tcoonri ft... * per y#ar > included in membership dues. EnVirginia. under" th* / "J 1 *! 7 *'• at the poet office at Richmond, Lyric Building, Vi^nia. 1879 ' Editor,al and BuaineM ° fflce »- 401 Virginia Farm Bureau Federation Officer* PrwMwt H. Guy Blalock Irt^t^C' t cl 4 r r P ' Jr " V<C# " Pr * <d#ntJ Fifth District—J. B. Allman Third.DuZiS—W' k &5L Sixth District- R. R. Reynold. FoSrtfc■£ lt ? n Seventh District—W. H. Wright G«>r»« Palmer District—T. T. Curti. Ninth District—C. B. Atwell S«er«tary Director of Insurance Director o/ Organisation A " Habb »«i Alden E. Fiery Cullen Johnson M S««r«t«rv Director of Information Hnbbard Mn. Evelyn Carter A. Pick Butler We are all stockholders in the world's greatest nation. Among many other reasons for our success as a nation, and as just plain...

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