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Indemnify Pay on Parafuberculosis Made Retroactive [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
Indemnify Pay on Parafuberculosis Made Retroactive _DiV William 1 Henmng , 6 tat € Secretary of Agriculture , advises that dajry and beet cattle farmers of Pennsylvania will be paid indemnities on cattle found to be afflicted with Johne s disease or paratubercuiOMs An official proclamation made payment retroactive to August 10 Federal officials in charge ot U S . Department ot Agriculture livestock disease control work in Pennsylvania said Federal indemnities also would be paid on _cattle _destroyed on account ot _Jfiiine s disease _I _^ aximum Payments Listed Sfflate and Federal indemnities _willbe the same as for tuberculin and ? brucellosis cattle , a maximum of $ 3 . 50 per head for grade tattfe _, and $ 50 per head for purebred cattle . Fedpral payments are a _maximum of $ 25 per head tor grades and $ 50 per head tor purebreds . Jqhne s disease is a torm ot tuberquiosis and in October 1948 _wasl _^ proclaimed an infectious duiefcse of a _transmissible character . } _Relatively ...
MSA Teats Area Herds [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
MSA Teats Area Herds A registered Holstein owned by John C . Metziei , Christiana El , completed the highest 305-day lactation completed in September by the Red Rose Dairy Herd Improvement Association . Winding Glen Dunwood Miriam produced 732 . 6 pounds of butterfat and 19 , 406 pounds of milk to lead the field . High herd for the month was the Guernsey herd of Raymond F . Witoner , _Wiljow Street , RD 1 , Which averaged 856 pounds of 793 . 3 pounds of butterfat and 13 ,- &gt; _91 pounds of milk . A grade Holstein , Number 25 , rom the herd of Martm * Weber _Sast Earl Rl , led in individual uitterfat production with 1018 &gt; ounds yielded in 1 , 590 _poundsoi ? nilk testing 6 . 4 per cent . Second was Bonnie Lea Fern , a registered Guernsey from the herd of Donald E . Weicksel _, Christiana Rl , with a record ot mile and M pounds of butterfat . FOR SHORTORDEES _^ - _Mrs . ~ _MyrTe GurisauIIus , of Fort Scott , Kan ., mjts this _^ miriiatvire Qf atr olcP-fashioned r...
Page 10 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
PLAIN SUITS We Now Have An . ( Experienced Tailor - - ( formerly with Bernstein s : Ephrata , Pa . ) Who Caij . Change Over Any Mens or Bo _^ s Suits Into PLAIN STYLES Brine Us Any Suit Men s and Boy s Plain Suits Always In Stock RUBINSONS - DEPT . STORE New Holland , Pa ! 19 _To f -- per annum current dividend rate on Insured Savings and Investment Certificates ¦ Savings received by the 10 th of any inoiuh . earn from the-1 st of that month — payable June 30 and December 31 . FIRST FEDERAL _avmPs and Joan _ASSOCIATION LANCASTER _afgjfe 25 North Duke St . / f _^ _ggg f | i || TII ., feinB _Ih I ? plione 589 _* _% _&amp; $ Emlen H . Zellers , Secretary j&amp; _Treasurer so _^
Mushroom Business Booms ; Lancaster County Assists [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
Mushroom Business Booms ; Lancaster County Assists Most associate the mushroom with steak , with creamed soup — or the shape of a cloud produced by the Atomic bomb . . . but down m the Kennett Square area of _soujjiwestein Chester county , the mushroom business has mushrnomed into a major economic factor . Low , _whitewashed buildings v / ithout windows line the roadsides near Oxford , Kennett Square , Toughkenamon , Avondale — in fact from Chester to Oxford there are 600 mushroom growers producing 65 per cent of the world s crop . Sit down with officials at the American Mushroom Institute in Avondale , or talk with growers like _theLositos or Frezzos , hard working people of Italian extraction who have the knack to grow the succulent fungus . Hear their story . It s amazing what a role this area of some 25 square nules maintains for the world s dinner tables . 90 _# &gt; of Square Footage I Have a chat with Neblo Delau- [ rentis , president ot the AMI , or _tAnthony Losito ...
Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
leans eiiow epu To vote for Judge H _, Clay Burkholder on a paper ballot Mark an X in the box for your party . Mark an X in the box after the name _** H . Clay Burkholder . This is the first individual box on ballot To vote for Judge H . Clay Burkholder on a voting machine Pull your party lever . PUSH UP the little lever in the first column , second row , over the name Johnstone . PUSH DOWN the little lever in the first column first row , over the name Burkholder the curtain and your vote will be recorded Then open This advertisement sponsored by Republican Committee for Judge the Burkholder ,
UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
PROGRESS WITH ECONOMY LOW TAXES - GOOD GOVERNMENT _~^~ tbNTINUED PROSPERITY Elect These Conservative , Yet _Aggressive REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES ¦ _¦ i A * ¦ -- — — _—~ ¦ — _*~ . _*— _. _~ . — M . H . YODER _, M . D . J . ARTHUR NORRIS REV . JOHN M . GORDON WALTER N . FOUST Coroner Member of Council School Director Prison Ke * per _, i JOHN F . S . REES - ROLAND A . LOEB , M . D . JAMES G . TROST GALEN B . HORNER Membtr of Council _ School Director School Director LOUISE H SOUDER Prison Inspector j If DIDNT JUST HAPPEN ... It happened because Lancaster County it the _; ort of sold , reliable , thnfty and forsghted place that requires and g ts sound j leadership . The County Government is the core of the local administration . The Republican P _« rty has been charged with this responsibility in both good times » nd j jj 1 lean times . By its faithful stewardship it has cushioned the depression and enhanced the prosperous times for its citizens . . . The interests of every mm , woman and ...
Hunters Urged To Help Prevent Forest Blazes [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
Hunters Urged To Help Prevent Forest Blazes HARRISBURG ( Special ) — The hunting season is also the period of the greatest torest tire danger in the Keystone state , the Pennsylvania Forest Industries Committee wanis . E . 0 . Ehrhart , Johnsonburg , chairman of the wood-using group , urged hunters to be extra careful with fire during the fall season when the woods are iull of dry leaves . He pointed out that nine out ot ten torest fires in Pennsylvania and throughout the nation are caused by man s carelessness and . therefore are preventable . Some Game Perishes While everyone loses when forests burn , Mr . Ehrhart said , sportsmen and wood-using maus tries probably suiter the greatest losses . Sportsmen lose because every woods fire takes its toll of bird and animal lite / he declared . Some game perishes in the path of flames , other wildlife escapes only to starve later be cause food and cover are destroyed by fire We in industry lose because we depend on a continuing flow ot to...
outh _American Wild Tobacco Cross hows Good Results at Landisville [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
outh _American Wild Tobacco Cross hows Good Results at Landisville • ROGRESS REPORT No . 32 , ennsylvania Agriculture Ex- » eriment Station , The Pennsyiania State Univeristy , _University » ark , Pa . WiM tobacco from South Aim _snca crossed with high producng varieties at the Field Ro iearoh Laboratory at LandiBviHe _&gt; ver a period of years has wo luced strains of cigar-leaf tobac- ; o _tfbat are resistant to two _serv [ us diseases , wildfire and mosaic . _Pennsylvania agricultural _jsxiperi nnt station personnel report tthe iew ~ strains are now in semiinal stages of testing As with any new cigar-leaf obacdo , the final test will fee _* e acceptance or rejection of Quantities of the new materials are now comipletinig the curing periods and soon wili ) be manufactured 1 into cigars for critical testing toy a panel of smokers . Wildfire has long been investigated by scientists in Pennsylvania . The disease appears nearly every year as a moderate flecking of the lower le...
Short Courses in Farming to Open At Penn State U [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
Short Courses in Farming to Open At Penn State U The Colege of Agnclture at The Pennslvania State Univyersty will again offer four-week short courses m general farming , dairy farming , andk livestoc farming for persons 16 years or oder . The general farming course will be from Jan . 4 to Feb . 1 . The dairy farming and livestock farming courses will run simultaneously from Feb . 1 to 29 . , These short courses , taught by the faculty o fthe College of Agriculture , are made as practical js possble and much instruction ip conducted in _« the laboratories , shops , and barns of the University . In the general farming course , the folowing subjects are emphasized : farm machinery and tractors ; farm management ; farm mechanics ; forage crops and pastuies ; grain crops ; poultry farming ; rural economics and social pioblems r and soils-and fertilizers , The five-breeds of cattle in the University dairy barns and the laboratone sm the dairy building provide facilities for the dairy faim...
Pennsylvania Cigar Leaf Tobacco Falls Below Normal Total [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
Pennsylvania Cigar Leaf Tobacco Falls Below Normal Total This year s crop ot cigar leat tobacco in Pennsylvania is estimated at 40 , 815 , 000 pounds , according to surveys as ot Oct 1 , the State Department ot Agriculture announced . Production in 3954 came to 43 ,- 416 000 pounds and tne lU-year average is 49 , 472 , 000 pounds , the Department said . Growers report that beptember weather was good for growth ot lafe-planted tobacco and maturity and cutting of earlier set acrefges , the survey showed . Late set tobacco had the best growth , the same as last year , but rust or wildfire hit some fields rather hard A little late tobacco was damaged by heavy rams accompanying the hurricanes in mid-August , from both drowning and water logging . Generally , the crop _js reported curing well with only a little pole burn .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
mm ess ° mnn MUltfBtmt _= _mSS ANNOU 1 \ UNG . . Bulk Feed Delivery Eastern States Farmer s Exchange is now delivering top-quality feeds &gt; th bag and bulk to all fanners in a 30 mile radius of Lancaster and uartyville . sTe TIME ... WORK ... MONEY Get feed to yo r bulk bint or sacked storage facilities , or Jbolh . , IN ONE TRIP Tim . mm way Eastern States Farmers Exchange ANC _4 ST WAREHOUSE PHONE 4-3755 QUA ILLE WAREHOUSE PHONE 178 . JR LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE .
Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Farming — 4 November 1955
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