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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

USED SPECIALS Massey-Harris 44 Diesel Tractor 1950 Farmall "H" 1946 Farmall "H" Farmall "C" Tractor John Deere "B" with Cultivators International 45 T Baler John Deere P. T. O. Forage Harvester COPE & WEAVER Willow St. Ph. Lane. "3-2824

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Send Your Livestock To J. P. WARFELINC Lancaster, Pa Union Stock Yards We sell on commission, CATTLE, CALVES, HOGS, SHEEP_^and LAMBS Phone Lancaster 7-8811

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Stanley H. Deiter Auctioneer Appraiser 1906 Willow St Pike PH. LANCASTER 4-1796

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

Carl Diller Auctioneer and Cow Tester Ref ton, Pa. Pi). QuarryviIle307R5

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

ClassifiedI ¦A Advertising , FOR SALE RESRATTUS WARFARIN bait (rough grind) 1 pound Ibox 0 91 5 pound box 321 at your dealer or J. C. _Eihiriiieh Co. 736 E Chestnut St. Lancaster, Pa-- 3-2489 3-0309 Free delivery anywhere ii Lancaster County. SALISBURY'S 3-NITRO in you] poultry, turkey, and swine feec gets you more meat, eggs anc health for less. Cost 35c to 70< per ton Not an antibiotic. Lool on your feed tags and ask youi dealer, or F. W. Fisher, Leacock Ph Leola 6-2482. FARM EQUIPMENT —A-C Model "B" Tractor witl plow & Cultivator Bargains ir other tractors. _Snavely's Farn Service. New Holland Ph 4-22K MUSSER Chicks Mt _^ Joy 3491] Bred to lay well thruout 2nd yr GOLD STAR SILOS—Durable Monolithic _concrete silos for. grass. Low cost Erectec 60 mile radius of Ephrata Terre Hill, Box 71. Pa. Call Ephrats 39572. .FOR SALE Home Grown Clover Seed, Locust Post 6 ton Fairbanb Scales. 36" Hay Fan with 5 HP, Motor Clayton Kreider RD1 Quarryvdlle Phone 330R11 You can't ge...

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

Gypsy Moth Still Threatens State, Assistance Asked HARRISBURG —Unless steps are taken immediately by Con gress, Pennsylvania will be threat ened by a second costly invasion of high'ly destructive gypsy moth caterpillars, Dr. William L Hen ning, State Secretary of Agncul ture, declared today. He is urgmg a federal appropriation of $1,500,000 to start a kill _campaign program ior eventual eradication of gypsy moths in southern New York State and the New England states where vast acreages of trees have been defoliated. From Southern New York State He announced plans are underway m the State Bureau of Plant Industry to wipe out a relatively small mfestration of moths on approximately 20 acres in Pike and Wayne Counties early this May It will be necessary to spray approximately 60,000 _^cres in Pennsylvania this year to cover the areas where the moth may have spread. There is evidence, he explained, that the pests came across the Delaware River from southern New York State where ...

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

County Farmers JHear Report on Capitol Meeting The board of directors of the Lancaster County Farmers Association met Wednesday evening March 7 at the home of Charles Ressler, R2 Holtwood, and heard county farmers who met with a report v for the committee oi Pennsylvania Congressmen in Washington D C. last week iegardarig jarm legislation_^ Everett Benjamin, R2, Holtwood, reported a large number __ of congressmen had been contacted and they-also had attended a supper arranged! for them where they heard speakers who were farmers themselves explain the position the organization wanted the lawmakers to take It wa"s reported that the group talked with Congressman Paul >B Dague and that he had spoken briefly to the delegation of over 150 fa"rm men and women representing the Pennsylvania Farmers Associatron The board discussed the need of informing the general membership about legislative activities of the organization. It was decided that the legislative com mittee should ...

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

NEW TELEPHONE STATION TO BE BUILT AT REFTON The first telephone amplification station in the state will be constructed at Refton by the Bell Telephone Co., with actual opera tions scheduled to begin on Sept 1, H. L. Wigham,~Bell manager in Lancaster, anounced over the weekend. In conjunction with the expansion program currently underway by the Commonwealth Telephone Co., the station will house repeater equipment _necessary for the amplification of toll calls between Lancaster and Quarryville, Kirkwood, Penn Hill and Rawlmsville We have never run into anyone who offered to pay our taxes. Mail Box Market FOR SALE—Good Timothy Hay and some mixed hay. Amos A. Hummer RD2, Elizabethtown, Pa . Phone Elizabethtown 7-2464. FOR SALE—Alfalfa hay. First, second, and third cuttings. All very good No rain Call Parkesburg 518J v FOR SALE—Lister Diesel, 6hp, radiator cooled; _complete Surge . Milker; Frigidaire 8-can milk cooler; new plastic egg baskets $1.90, Eskimo pups Amos Beiler, Jr, Paradis...

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

FARM FOR SALE April 1st Possession-Near Elizabethtown. —113 Acre Dairy-Steer & Tobacco farm frame bank barn; 18 stanchions with barn cleaner (Approved for N. Y. Market ) Milk house-40 gal. elec. H W. heater & Wash tray, hog pen-room for 400 laying hens overhead poultry house-600 laying hens-concrete floor & runnmg water, tobacco shed-hang 3 acres (barn scaffolded for 3 acres) total 6 acres brooder house fifty feet long-concrete floor-running water four car garage-overhead doors-frame implement shed trench silo with 4" concrete floor. 11-0 wide x 80-0 long two metal_. corn cribs-hold 1800 bu. each-ear corn never failing spring fed stream in meadow, macadam lane into buildings, 80 acres under cultivatibn-309 acres meadow-3 acres woodland contoured with three terraces. Two and one half story frame house-insulated, four rooms _^ down; four rooms and bath on second floor front and rear stairs; vapor heat with oil burner, redecorated recently; cellar floor conc...

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

Red Meat Production Higher In January _ HARRISBURG — Increased production of red meats in commercial slaughter plants of Pennsylvania is reported for the month of January by the State Department of Agriculture. Slaughterings came to 82,296,-000 pounds, dressed weight, this January compared with 79,647,-000 pounds for December and 78,429,000 pounds in January 1955 Totals of animals slaughtered included 75,000 head of beef cattle, 72,000 calves, 263,000 hogs, and 23,000 sheep and lambs.

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

FOR SALE—Two row corn cultivator, two toilets, sheep pens, cellar sash, shelving, ice refrigerator, all reasonable. Apply: Mt Vernon Inn east of Gap.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

BONUS SUBSCRIBER'S Subscribe Now to Lancaster Farming and receive FREE one advertisement each month in our Mail Box Market Subscribers using the MAIL/BOX MARKET will be governed by the £ following rules : -_^_rfj, Limit your advertisement to five lines _wliiei {jiseans nol over 25 words. ¦_Ar Ail Advertisements must be in our hands by Monday 6 P. M or same will be held over ior next week's paper. -«X Only one advertisement allowed each monlK -Ar No business advertisements accepted for this column, -_£- Yon are allowed to run the advertisement only one time-Send in no duplication. _^_T Please mail all advertisements ore of MAIL BOX MARKET, LANCASTER FARMING, QUARRYV1LLE, PA. !

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

We Invite You To Our 10 TH ANNIVERSARY Sale and Celebration Thursday - Friday - Saturday * March 22, 23 & 24th all Furniture. Come 10|!Per Cent Discount on in and see our large selection. Low overhead Three floors of new furniture to choose from. GIFTS AND PRIZES Musser_'s Furniture Store GOODVILLE, PA. Phone Terre Hill 5-2383 Store open each evening until 9 o'_^ock during the Anniversary

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

When Yo_* Spray With _52^!i!! 32% Liquid NITROGEN BOOSTER The "fast action" liquid nitrogen booster that can be easil y applied to crops when needed without waiting for rain. Contains all the necessary trace elements for fast, sturdy growth. Cannot be washed away by rain. Goes to work quickly and lasts for months. _ssBsamw _s Use ordinary wttd spraytr W_«ed IciiUr. insecticides and fungicides m*y be mixad with booster and sprayed on at sam* time. _^ For c_»rn, beans, small grains, legume_, crass, ¦•taUes, cof tan, _ttbacc* •mi _permanent pasture. Distributor PAUL B. HESS _LITITZ R. D. S 1

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 16 March 1956

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

_Washirigton Notes RIVER PROJECT The House voted by a large margin for the Upper Colorado River project, to "cost $756 million. It will _orngate 132,000 new acres of land, and .supplement _existing watei for almost twice as many more acres. SURPLUS COTTON The Administration will put government-owned surplus cotton on sale at "competitive prices" in ¦an effort to regain for the United States its share of the world cotton market, according to _Agrfl culture Secretary Benson. He acknowledged that the proposal to dispose of some of the country's surpluses had been opposed by the State Department. LOBBYING INQUIRY Eight Senators have been named to a special panel that is to conduct an _anquiry into lobbying, campaign contributions and conupt .political practices. The _gioup is evenly divided both a< to Paity and >to its members \otes on the recently-vetoed na _itural gas bill V. S. MOUNTAINS New measurements by the U S Geological Suivey show thai Colorado has 54 m...

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Untitled Article [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 6urvivors 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 along with their Federal i...

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

Luke Wagner " Head* Ay shire-Jersey Club _f Luke Wenger, R2, 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, R3 Manheim, treasurer, Florence Mae Flory, R2 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, R3 Manieim; Milton Brubaker, Rl Lititz, md Everett Kreider, Rl Quarryfille_, Junior leader, for Ayrshires, Abram G. Flory, R3 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 forecast.

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Untitled Article [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-

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