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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 January 1962

2 STORM CLOUDS THREATENING... I. ■ Thoughts for Thinkers Senator J. W. Fulbright, quoted August 12, 1959, by the New York Times: One should avoid, said giving Castro the Communist tag. "It would be well to avoid confusing nationalism with communism." COMMENT: No wonder Mr. Fulbright wants to muzzle the military. They might expose his blindness. Roy Rubotton, then Assistant Secretary of State for Latin American Affairs, now assigned to muzzle the military at the Naval War College, said on December 31, 1958: "There was no evidence of any organized Communist element within the Castro movement or that Senor Castro himself was under Communist influence. COMMENT: Here is another fellow who would appear to have a "vested interest" in keeping the voice of the military under wraps. Presidential Adviser Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., in Show magazine: "Of course, Germans do show special tendencies toward arrogance and servility." COMMENT: Here is where a muzzle might do some good. Schlesinger shoul...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 January 1962

January, 1962 Chicago Delegation Bureau Convention in Chicago. Front row left to right, Mr. John H. Copenhaver and Mrs. Copenhaver, T. T. Curtis, Mrs. Everett Smith and Mr. Smith. Back row, S. T. Moore, Hiram Zigler, A. S. Mistr and Mrs. Mistr, Alfred MacAffee, Mrs. Raymond Peters, E. M. Turner, Miss Madeline Shepard and Alden Flory. A. T. Lassiter was attending a Breakfast elsewhere and is not in the picture. Ronald Nowland also attended the convention. >■■'■ »^iMwwwt>i< B gMg^Sißw<SiiSSs«»i2SiSS^SSß3BBBESBj^^^^^^^^^^^^^Py |l^ (Continued from Page 1) other hand, has been successful in bringing a high standard of living to the greatest number of people because it eliminates the inefficient and rewards those who produce the things that are needed. This is the law of supply and demand—an economic truth as well as a basic moral law. "The market price system does not work perfectly, but the logical procedure would be to improve its functioning...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 January 1962

4 Free Advertising for VFBF Members The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of the News. Members ef the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation may use this service at no cost. Simply state name, address, and Farm Bureau to which you belong. Limit number of words to 50 per ad, and number of ads per Issue to two per person. Please typt, or print clearly your advertisement. Deadline for advertising is the 15th of the month prior to next date of issue. For non-members rates are: 10 cents per word for one insertion; Minimum charge is 51.00. Cash must accompany orders. Send ads to: Virginia Farm Bureau News, Box 28, Richmond S, Va. STOCK FARM 435 acres, more than 300 In grass and cultivation; 2 streams, timber for farm use; tenant house, 200 lon silo, sheds, barn; 6-room dwelling with bath and basement; In Fauquier Counly; 550.000 terms. A. W. Per row. Remington, Va. HE 9 3569 (night). 121 mf REGISTERED Polled Hereford Bulls— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

V 01.22. No. 2 General Assembly Considers Farm Proposals As the General Assembly of Virginia goes into the second half of the 1962 session many bills that would implement Farm Bureau policies and proposals are in various stages of progress in many committees. (Following is a summary of the disposition of the more important pieces of legislation of interest to agriculture.) MINIMUM WAGE The minimum wage bill offered by Mrs. Stone of Arlington (H.B. 352) is reported to be resting quietly in a subcommittee where it is likely to stay. MIGRANT LABOR HOUSING A bill to set minimum standards for migrant labor housing (S.B. 192, H. F. Byrd, Jr.) been passed by the Senate after numerous amendments were attached to meet objections of farm leaders from Accomack and Northampton Counties. FARM REAL ESTATE ASSESSMENTS H. J. R. 30 (Stanley Owens) is In serious difficulty. It was reported to the House by the House Finance Committee by a margin of one vote, 9 to 8. The chief patron of this bill is af...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

2 Well Done John Glenn It's with no small amount of pride and happiness that all America says to Astronaut John Glenn, well done for a very good job. We in Virginia have a double reason to offer congratulations to him now that he and his family are living in Virginia. The orbit of Glenn, three times around* the earth, is a great scientific advancement for the United States and all the free world. For the first time free men and free science have factual and first hand knowledge of the techniques of conquering outer space. To be sure we may not have been the first in outer space, but we are surely first in keeping all the world informed of those things involved in getting into and out of space. The making of John Glenn's flight public to all the world is one of the greatest testimonies to the innate qualities of a free people in .a free society working together to better mankind's lot. Colonel Glenn's successful flight has opened a new era in the lives of all mankind. It is certainly...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

I February, 1962 Seminar on Communist Threat Scheduled, Mar. 26, Richmond Sino-Soviei Threat Is Topic Governor Harrison will head a list of speakers scheduled to speak at a forum relating to the SinoSoviet threat to be presented on Monday, March 26, at Hotel John Marshall by the recently-formed National Security Council of Virginia. Other speakers will be Congressman Walter Judd, a Minnesota Representative; Admiral Arleigh Burke, retired chief of naval operations; Dr. Charles W. Lowry, a theologian; Dr. Frank R. Barnett, a lecturer at the National War College, and Dr. James D. Atkinson, a psychological warfare expert. Tentative speakers will be Adm. Lewis Strauss, former chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission, and Dr. Richard Walker, an expert on Red China. The National Security Council of Virginia, a non-profit and non-politi-cal organization, was organized for educational purposes. According to a council pamphlet, It will in its educational endeavors "seek to increase public awa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

4 Farm Bureau Holds PX Meetings The staff of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation has been holding area discussion policy-execu-tion meetings around the state of Virignia explaining several of the major national issues before the United States Congress. Foremost among the issues is the Farm Bureau Cropland Adjustment program as apposed to the 1962 version of the Omnibus FreemanCochrane Farm Program. The staff explained in some detail, to the farm leaders across the state, Farm Bureau's approach to problems facing agriculture in international reciprocal trade. It is the hope of Farm Bureau that agreements can be perfected to have tariff adjustments that will help both industry and agriculture of all countries in world trade. Farm Bureau leaders also were given information concerning Farm Bureau policies pertaining to medical care through the Social Security program, Federal Aid to Education and the Urban Renewal Cabinet post, recently established by the President, all opposed by Farm ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

I February, 1962 domestic certificate portions at from 75 to 90 percent of parity. Certificates would be issued by CCC to each farm for its share of domestic food and export market. Balance of wheat would move in feed Or on-the-farm consumption channels, or Into non-certificate loans. Each certificate would have value equal to difference between price support on non-certificate wheat (set in relation to feed grain price support and certificate wheat price support). Export and domestic certificates need not be set at same value. Wheat processors would have to purchase certificates to accompany domestic and exported wheat from either CCC or from producers. (8) Allow interchange of wheat and feed grains on wheat allotment. (9) Assess penalties against non-cooperating producers by (a) denying land retirement payments, (b) denying price supports, and (c) collecting civil penalty based on excess production times 65 percent of parity (unless stored), persons violating provisions dealing wi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

ft "• • •«;•• *«••••« •'... v.*. •<•,/:'••• . ■. v □> -W& ' I \ , • / -•<.: * V ' .<£4?| • CA " B » 9 jj > I j J I BUREAU rr • iil \ - ;* % #^JiPisslNtem. d»-t ~r | ; . •' < ; ; • :§ U AUTO INS. '«s=^ - I " s JBi * I T 'V' " v: \ , ;;J ■*: v ; : f-:4, : ' ;:> ' ' I f-:%;:m. ; v -.' . ■ : '':-v-: : : : / ;v. . ' y * ;: -:- ; > V - SAFE DRIVERS' PLAN cuts Premium Rates for ACCIDENT-FREE POLICYHOLDERS! Yes sir! Now it really pays to be a safe driver. • Accidental death benefits With Farm Bureau Mutual there is now in force a • Uninsured motorist protection graduated system of premium reduction for safe • Emergency medical payment coverages and accident-free drivers. • Claim service throughout the United States and ' Canada Farm Bureau's Special Package Policy with the _. .. , , ... . • Protection while towing utility trailers or farm Safe Driver offers sound automobile insurance promachi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

February, 1962 County Presidents Tackle Power In The People Project | iW * * IP, H VL Ji Pictured above, from left to right, are T. C. Petersen, of the AFBF staff, T. T. Curtis, President of the Virginia Farm Bureau, Mrs. Virginia Mistr, Chairman of the Women's Committee, VFBF, Mr. C. E. Johnson, who spoke on the threat of communism to the United States, and Mrs. Marian Butler, Chairman of the Women's Committee, Pennsylvania Farmer's Association. The recent meeting of the County Presidents' Conference held in Williamsburg January 28-30 heard T. C. Petersen of the American Farm Bureau staff and Mrs. Marion Butler, Chairman of the Women's Committee of the Pennsylvania Farmers' Association, (Farm Bureau) speak on the Power in the People project. The project is designed to get more people to take an active part In the political party of their choice on the local level. This in- NATIONALLY ACCEPTED DAIRY PRODUCTION CONFERENCES CONTINUE Can You Qualify? Here is an unusual opportunity for ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 February 1962

8 Free Advertising for VFBF Members The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of the News. Members of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation may use this service at do cost. Simply state name, address, and Farm Bureau to which you belong. Limit number of words to 50 per ad, and number of ads per issue to two per person. Please type, or print clearly your advertisement. Deadline for advertising is the 15th of the month prior to next date of issue. For non-members rates are: 10 cents per word for one insertion; Minimum charge is $1.00. Cash must accompany orders. Send ads to: Virginia Farm Bureau News, Box 28, Richmond 8, Va. YOUR CHURCH OR GROUP can raise $50.00 and more, easy and fast. Have 10 members each sell only twenty 50c packages of my lovely luxurious Prayer Grace Table Napkins. Keep $50 for your treasury. No money needed. Write Anna Elizabeth Wade, Dept. 13FA, Lynchburg, Va. lc FOR SALE—2 Female Beagles — 4 mon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

Vol.-22. No. 3 VFBF Proposals Fare Well In Gen. Assembly Implied Consent, Driver Education, Sterilization and Time Proposals Top List Many of the policies as adopted by the voting delegates in convention in November 1961 were enacted into law by the General Assembly. However, some of the bills that would have fulfilled Farm Bureau policy were lost or were never brought to a vote by the legislators. Implied Consent After much wrangling, disputing, denying and amending, the socalled Implied Consent proposal became law. This law stipulates that upon acceptance of a driving permit, each driver consents to have a blood test taken of his blood should he be accused of driving under the influence of alcohol. The prescribed amount of alcohol in f" ' •' lIH 1 '' '• '.r. iiMl I •••' ' & - p.. •:/■ •• : Del. Baldwin G. Locher, sponsor of the Implied Consent Proposal. House of Delegates Vote HOUSE BILL NO. 405 Implied Consent Yeas—Adams, Allen, Anderson, H. P., Anderson, M. G., Brads...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

2 How To Buy Votes By Dr. George S. Benson, President, National Education Program Searcy, Arkansa. When Congress denied to the Kennedy Administration a proposed Department of Urban Affairs it reflected the traditional grass roots caution about expanding the power and authority of the central government. The Congress somehow despite heavy political pressures for an obviously politically motivated strategy on the part of the Administration, has once again found its conservative base regarding the encroachment of executive power. A department of urban affairs would have started off by overseeing federal expenditures of more than $4 billion, which undoubtedly is enough to keep the big city vote in line for this year's congressional elections. Then, when one considers the kind of Urban aid programs that might be added before 1964, the advantages of this power concentration became obvious. Heavy emphasis has been experienced in the past year on federal aid and influence in related areas, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

March, 1962 Virginia Fruit Marketers Cooperative Affiliate With Farm Bureau Marketing The Virginia Fruit Marketers Cooperative, an organization of Virginia Apple Growers, and for several years involved in market bargaining for processing apples, has recently voted to become a part of the Virginia Agricultural Marketing Association (VAMA), an affiliate of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation. At a recent membership meeting of the Fruit Marketers Coop., the members voted unanimously to dissolve their organization and begin working with the VAMA in developing by-laws, marketing contracts, and other necessary media to help create and activate an Apple Division of the VAMA. The Virginia Fruit Marketers Cooperative was also a member of the Eastern Fruit Marketers Cooperative, a four-state co-ordinat-ing body composed of the Marketing Cooperatives of Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New York. The Virginia division of the four-state group voted to dissolve their affiliation with Eastern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

4 O Savings! Where Art Thou? The following facts and figures were compiled from three statements made by U. S. Senator John J. Williams of Delaware. (Not to be confused with U. S. Senator Williams of New Jersey). Senator Williams got his figures from two USDA reports. #1. USD A 159-62 published January 12, 1962 and #2. USDA 565-62 published February 13, 1962. The USDA reports mentioned above reported the following figures as total CCC investments as of 31 December 60 and again as of 30 November 61. 31 December 60 30 November 61 $9,228,604,000 $7,647,236,000 Claimed reduction for the eleven month period. ($1,581,368,000 How was this "phantom" reduction brought about? The following figures on four commodities are quite interesting. These figures compare and contrast the number of commodity units on hand and their total value as established by the "old" bookkeeping system of 1960 and the "new frontier" system of 1961. Bushels In CCC storage CORN Total value in dollars 31 December 60 1,...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

I March, 1962 How Much Is A Billion Dollars? Reading and hearing about such amounts as $3.5 billion with the regularity we do these days makes the word "billion" quite commonplace. I got to thinking just how much Is a billion dollars? I came up with the following: If someone, born at the same time as Christ, were still alive today, he would be 1,961 years old and would have lived 715,765 days, or 17,178,360 hours, or 1,030,701,600 minutes. Or, If he had spent one dollar per minute every minute he lived, he would now have spent slightly over one billion dollars.—Val J. Paulin, Grand Rapids, Mich., in a letter to the Wall Street Journal. i7ot •ps v!&666 (southernJv aySTATESyfc Serving over 300,000 Farm Families in Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, Delaware and Kentucky Dedicated To Security Through Freedom Something to Think About It takes an average investment of $19,320 in machines, tools and equipment to provide one job in American industry. Our labor force grows at th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

6 Farmers Urged Not To Over Invest In Farm Machinery Records from eight general farms enrolled in the electronic farm record program at Virginia Polytechnic Institute show that too much machinery and equipment is hurting the net income of these farmers. The farms as a group had an average net loss of $1,141. The three most profitable averaged a net farm income of $1,295. The three least profitable farms in this group averaged a net loss of $4,815. The three unprofitable farms showed an over-investment in machinery and equipment, says Barry Carr, VPI agricultural economist. They had an average machinery and equipment investment of $8,134, which was $145 per acre of crops or $3,507 per man. The eight farms averaged $4,682 invested in machinery, $74 per acre of crops or $2,695 per man. The three most profitable farms held machinery and equipment investment to $2,288, or $28 per Income on Farm A Little Higher Virginia farmers made a little more money last year than they did the year bef...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

March, 1962 [ FJSIBWtt V ' -* \ *"" I i B can. cost a Future>l If you have ever seen utter destruction of a rampant hail storm, you realize a complete crop can be riddled in minutes. It's possible that a real destructive hail storm in a matter of minutes can cause a complete crop loss. It could mean a resultant mortgage cancellation and at the very worst cost the whole future of the farm. Hail does strike in almost every area in Virginia and has caused millions of dollars of damage in past years. No efficient farming operations should be without the VIRGINIA FARM BUREAU NEWS .Virginia farm bureau mutual insurance company inexpensive thorough protection that Virginia Farm Bureau crop hail insurance offers. Now, with Virginia Farm Bureau hail insurance, you may have protection throughout the growing season so that your policy offers you not only protection in harvest time but in the early growing months. See your local Virginia Farm Bureau insurance agent today. Make sure y...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 March 1962

8 Free Advertising for VFBF Members The classified advertising section of the Virginia Farm Bureau News is maintained as a service to the readers of the News. Members of the Virginia Farm Bureau Federation may use this service at no cost. Simply state name, address, and Farm Bureau to which you belong. Limit number of words to 50 per ad, and number of ads per Issue to two per person. Please type, or print clearly your advertisement. Deadline for advertising is the 15th of the month prior to next date of issue. For non-members rates are: 10 cents per word for one Insertion; Minimum charge is $1.00. Cash mast accompany orders. Send ads to: Virginia Farm Bureau News, Box 28, Richmond 3, Va. FOR SALE—Virginia Black registered plg S _f r om meat type hogs, developed In Virginia. Virginia Black Hog Producers, Box 648, Riner, Virginia. FOR SALE: Antique, English Empire, Mahogany Desk Secretary—Will sell reasonable to settle estate. Harry Holman, Cartersvllle, Va. Phone —DRake 6-4201. 2-3mf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Virginia Farm Bureau News — 1 April 1962

VoL-22. No. 4 YAM A Holds Conferences With Apple Growers Shumaii Meets Apple Growers And Pi •ocessors Charles K. Shuman Mr. Charles B. Shuman, President of the American Farm Bureau Federation, met on April 16 and 17 with apple growers, processors and other segments of the apple industry in Winchester, Virginia. Shuman discussed with the growers and processors the purpose and goals of the American Agricultural Marketing Association (AAMA) and its counterpart, the Virginia Agricultural Marketing Association (VAMA). He pointed out that the Marketing Associations would provide the necessary machinery through which both growers and processors could work together to stabalize the price and marketing conditions of the processing apple industry. Shuman further noted that the AAMA does not claim to have solutions to all the problems surrounding the industry. He stated, however, "by working together through a Marketing Association, I am convinced that the apple growers and processors can bett...

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