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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

All _Self-Emoloyed Required To Pay Social Security Social security for self-em ployed professional group ; brought under the old-age and 6 urvivors insurance program as of Jan 1 , 1955 , is compulsory SI S . Gleaton , district manager of the Lancaster social security office , said today . He was referring to professional engineers , architects , accountants and funeral directors v _. ho began to earn social security insurance piotection for themselves and their families last year . Nationwide , about 100 , 000 persons self-employed in these professions are now coveied by the law All s&lf-employed professional men and women whose work is covered by social security , whether they operate their businesses as sole owners or in a partnership are required < to make a report of their net earnings and pay the social security tax on their earnings for their first taxable year after 1954 , Gleaton said . _^ The report and tax for social security purposes must be filed a...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Luke Wagner Head * Ay shire-Jersey Club _f Luke Wenger , R 2 , Manheim , Will be president of the Lancaster County 4-H Ayrshire-Jersey Club for the coming year-. He was elected at a recent meeting in the Southeastern Pennsylvania Artificial Breeding Coop Building Also named were Ned Paes , Rl Strasburg , vice president ; Joyce Kreider , Rl Quarryville , secretary ; Early Wenger , R 3 Manheim , treasurer , Florence Mae Flory , R 2 Manheim , news reporter ; Joan Paes , Rl Strasburg , song Leader , Alva Herr , Rl Holtwood and James Brubaker , Rl Lifcitz , game leaders . Named club leaders were Ayriire Abram K . Flory , R 3 Manieim ; Milton Brubaker , Rl Lititz , md Everett Kreider , Rl Quarryfille _, Junior leader , for Ayrshires , Abram G . Flory , R 3 Manleim , and for Jerseys , Henry > tyer , Rl Drumore . The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported a decline of . 1 _percent in the consumer price index from mid-December to mid-January Very little change in February pnees-jwas ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

AUTOMAKERS PROFITS „ The Ford Motor Company has reported that its net profits for 1955 totalled a record $ 437 million . This compared with profits of $ 1 , 189 million , reported by General Motors , and $ 100 , 063 , 320 by Chrysler Corporation , during the same period-

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Page 16 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Page 16 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Snows Proving March Still Unpredictable [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Snows Proving March Still Unpredictable Whether it s the Robin Snow or the Onion Snow , storms this week m Lancaster County prove March is still one of the most unpredictable of months weather-wise . Almost an inch of rain Tuesday night and Wednesday morning sent several Lancaster County streams over their banks . From the first of March to the middle of this week , 2 . 64 inches of rain has fallen — more than three-fourths of the normal March precipitation of 3 . 45 inches . Rain reports in the county varied from . 70 to . 90 of an inch . Ovei the weekend , the Susquehanna reach 8 % feet above normal Flood stage is 238 at Columbia pumping station , where 235 % was reported Saturday . Saturday Safe Harbor reported a peak between 10 a . m . and 2 p m . Midwest Blanketed Lancaster County s weather was an aftermath of storms that blanketed the midwest , leaving many persons snowbound in Wisconsin . In one city , where a basketball tournament was in progress , homes were opened to 3500 ...

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Carl Drepperd Farm Museum Director , Dies [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Carl Drepperd Farm Museum Director , Dies Funeral services for Carl W . Dreppard , noted authority on Pennsylvania farm lore author of many books , and resident director of the Landis Valley Farm Museum , will be today at 2 p . m from St . John s Episcopal Churcn Lancaster . Mr . Drepperd , 65 , died Tuesday noon at Lancaster General Hospital where he had been a patient since Feb . 2 He had been in ill health several months Before developing Landis Valley Museum into the finest of its kind in the nation Mr Drepperd was . , advertising director of Hamilton Watch Co from 1929 to 1932 . Between 1934 and 1936 he was director of the creative division of the Federal Housing Authority . Author of Several _^ Books In addition to helping restoer buildings at the Museum to thei original-state Mr v Drepperd and his wife restored the oldest pri vately-owned home in Lititz built in 1757 by the Moravian Congregation for its warden Co-founder of the Amencan Foundation and editor of Products of Fre...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Farm Price Index For Pennsylvania Drops Six Points [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Farm Price Index For Pennsylvania Drops Six Points Fulton Grange 66 Asks Tax Refunds Fulton Grange 66 legislative committee has been instructed to wnite state legislators seeking sppor , t of , a bill providing 100 per cent refund of tax paid gasoline purchased for off-highway uses . On April 12 < and 14 the Grange will present the play , Aaron Slick from Punkin Creek at Oakryn Hall . On April 13 , the Grange will hold its annual Talent Night Program . Mrs . Esther Graybeal is chairman . Salisbury Grange will visit Fulton Grange and present the March 26 program . HARRISBURG — Dr . William L > - Henning , State Secretary of Agriculture , today said the index of prices- received by Pennsylvania fanners dropped six points during the month ended February 15 . _^ . There -was no change in the national index for the month , he pointed out . A sharp drop in the average price received by farmers for eggs contributed most to the Pennsylvania decline , Dr . Henning expla...

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Watershed Meet AtMillersville Club . Saturday [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Watershed Meet AtMillersville Club . Saturday In a public meeting sponsored by > tlie MillersviHe Men s Club Saturday evening at the Fire Hall , the possibility of forming a Conestoga Valley Association to clean up the 475-square-mile watershed drained by the Conestoga River will be studied by a panel of speakers . President of the club is Robert Glick . Amos H . Funk an _$ Howard Siglm will be committee chairmen in charge of the annual Farmers Night . Robert G Strugle , advisorcon&ultanl to the Pennsylvania State Soil Conservation Commission and assistant executive director of the Brandywine Association , will be principal speaker and show color slides illustrating his talk on How Teamwork Builds a Better Valley . He will illustrate means used to eliminate pollution , to reforest barren hillsides , reduce soil erosion , and improving natural beauty . Speaking to the group also will be Earl Rebman , Lancaster sportsman and civic leader who first advocated the ...

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Polled Hereford Show and Sale Here March 25-26 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Polled Hereford Show and Sale Here March 25-26 Due to increasing interest in Polled Heref ords throughout this section , Lancaster will play host to the fifth annual show and sale of the Eastern Polled Hereford association at the Guernsey Sales Pavilion , March 25-26 . Two prominent agriculturalists will be on hand , Dr . William L . Hennmg , Pennsylvania Secretary of Agriculture , who will speak at the banquet Sunday evening , March 25 in Hotel Brunswick , and Dan Thornton , former governnor of Colorado and well-known Hereford breed ¬ er . _L-ancaster thus moves into the position as host held in former years by Frederick , Md . Dr . Henmng will present the new Governor Leader Cup to the owner of the show s grand champion heifer Monday morning . Nine states will be represent ; ed , according to Leon Falk , Jr ., EPHA _president , and John H . Royer , Jr ., secretary . They are Pennsylvania , Maryland , Virginia , West Virginia , New Jer « sey , New . York _. Maine , Connecticut and ...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Dont let Mondays flurries of snow or seys — five months old — on the farm of snappy temperatures at night fool you . Snavely Garber _, Rl Willow Street , seem Spring is just around the corner in Lan- well aware of the greening grass and the caster-County . Here two registered Guern _^ touch of spring in the air . Just Like Spring

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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Broilers Move Up , Top Half Cent Higher [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Broilers Move Up , Top Half Cent Higher Lancaster Poultry Exchange ( Rohrerstown , Pa . ) ( Sales Report —Sale # 132 , Thursday , March 8 , 1956)—Gams of more than half a cent were recorded in Thursdays auction of . poultry here , with the top moving to 26 cents a pound , the average 23 85 There were 61 , 060 birds , including putlets , fowl and capettes , listed , offered and sold in a range of 23 % to 26 cents a pound -One lot of 1800 Barred Cross pullets , consigned by Christ L . Herr , sold for 32 % cents a pound , going to S . E . Davis They were 21 weeks _ old . Irvm B . Gingrich sold 1100 Red Vanterss pullet capettes , 19 weeks ,, to Roy E Ream at 32 Zimmerman Broilers Tops Topping the sale of broilers were 500 White Vantress , 9 wks , 6 days , consigned by Ralph Zimmerman , selling to John N . Thomas at 26 . For the corresponding day a year ago , Thursday , March 10 , 1955 , Sale No . 37 . 22 lots of S 4 , 780 birds were offered , and 19 lots totaling 66 , 080 birds were sol...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

_Irlogs Move Up _iUbbut 25 Cents , _£ ome Lots $ 14 By David S . Lorenson , Reporter JVSQA Market News Bureau _WEIJNESDAC TO WEDNESDAY REVIEW Lancaster . Pa —March 15—CATTLE . 3 , 500 , week ago 3224 Compare d with last Wednesday : Slaughter steers fulb steady to strong on weights 1250 lbs and down , weights over 1250 lbs mostly steady Best action on average choice to prime grades . Heifers in small supply , fully steady . Cows active , 25 c higher , bulls mostly steady . Stockers and feeders slow , fully steady . Bulk choice fed steers $ 18 . 50-19 . 50 ; high choice to low prime $ 2 Q . O 0 215 < _ Part load . 1083-lb prime steers . 32175 and load 1200-lb weights $ 23 00 Good and low choice steers $ 16 . 50-1800 , commercial clown to $ 15 . 00 or below . A few lots commenal low choice heiiers $ 14 00- _^ 7 . 00 . Utility cows $ 12 00-13 . 75 ; _canners and cutters $ 9 00-12 75 . Utility and commercial bulls $ 1474-17 . 50 ; odd head butcher bulls to $ 18 . 50 ; cutters ...

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Tuesday Sale of Broilers Lower ; Half Cent Loss [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Tuesday Sale of Broilers Lower ; Half Cent Loss Lancaster Poultry Exchange ° nces declined a half cent on broilers here Tuesday , averaging 23 31 cents on seven lots of 17 , 650 . Nine lots of 19 , 300 birds were listed and offered , but bids on two were rejected Prices ranged from 23 to 24 % cents , with top going to Paul K . Shoemaker on 1150 Red Vantress , nine weeks , three days , purchased by Headers Poultry . Average Year Ago- 32 . 75 • Forthe corresponding sale a year ago , Tuesday , March 15 , 1955 , Sale # 38 ,-nine _lojfcs of 22 ,-700 birds were offered and sold in a range of 32 to 34 cents , averaging 32 % cents Pennsylvania _placements - average ( 9 , 10 , 11 ) wks . earlier ,-590 , 000 . Here are Tuesday sales by Lot No , seller and grower , amount and breed , age by weeks and days , buyer and price Lot 13-1 Paul K Shoemaker 1150 Red Vantress 9-3 to-Mea der s Poultry , 24 A , 13-2 , D E Hofft & Co ( J . K Stoltzfus ) 6000 White Vantress and White Mountains ,...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

POULTRY Philadelphia Mar . _ 14—Market unsettled . Supplies of most classes were in excess of the fair but very selective demand . Large Rock Pullets 35-36 C , White Rocks 34-35 c , ordinary Quality 33 c . Large White Rock Caponettes 3 S-34 c . Cross Fryers 25-28 c , White Rocks 26-27 c , Vantress Reds 25-27 c , Silver Crosses 2628 c . White Rock Broilers 23-24 c without clearing . Turkeys barely steady . Demand good for light supplies . Fancy heavy type young Hens 53-55 c Small type young Toms _* 35-37 c , small type Breeder hens few lots 45 c . Receipts March 13 included Maryland 14 , 000 lbs , Delaware 24 , 000 lbs . Wholesale selling prices No . 1 and fancy . Quality Broilers or Fryers heavy type under three lbs 23-24 three to four lbs 25-28 . Pullets 4 % lbs and over 33-36 . Hens , heavy type , 27 % -32 , light type 15-22 . Old Roosters 14-15 . Ducks Muscovy 25 , Pekfn 32 . Turkeys young Hens 53-55 , young Toms 35-37 .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

LOUNGE LIZARD -Giant iguana lizard from-Cuba poses for this formal portrait in the reptile house at the Washington Zoo in the nation s capital .

Publication Title: Lancaster Farming
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