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10— Ljtocaster Faming, Friday, November 11, 1955
WASHINGTON Secretary oi
'Agriculture Ezra Benson is stm
vender very heavy pressure to take
-'-some 1 immediate.'action to give
- the farmer a lift despite the back
ing . he. recently received irom
President Eisenhdwei. 1
Already the Secretary has sur
< prised many political ‘ observers
1 with steadfastness* of his opposi- 1
tion to taking action, which woma
improve the political climate tor
the Republicans There are mem
bers of the Republican party wno
feel that Benson s policies coma
be fatal to a G O.P. candidate
• next year other than Eisenhower.
■ But Benson is admittedly a sm
* cere opponent of returning to me
» high-fixed supports program, on
* the ground that it will only build
up greater and greater surplus
es. His critics, "even in the G.U.F.
suspect he may be ngnt in pnn
'' ciple/but they think tne present
situation is so critical the' Admin
istration must be practical first.
And the practical thing to do
according to many of Ben
son’s critics j— is to find a way
to give the'farmer a helping
hand before It is too late. This
can be done if Benson woum
announce his support for a land
rental plan, or some other plan
which would bring money to
the farmer next ye«.
Benson, however, has not been
'"inclined to accept proposals to
» create a soil feitihty bank, as it
’ is called, by- government rental
of a farmer’s land. Yet this may
be the least objectionable ot an
practical political courses open 10
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92-Acre Tobacco ;
Farm at §30,000 ,
Isaac Hunt, Millersville Rl, last
week purchased the 92-acre Adam
B. Click tobacco farm in Manojr
Twp. for ijn average ot $335 per
acre in public sale. '
Edgar F. Funk, Monntville auc
tioneer, said the sale included a.
two-and-one-hait story dhck
house, a large bank barn wim
stripping room and dampening
cellar, a tobacco shed with capa
city for eight acres ot tobacco,
corn crib, butcher home, garage,
chicken house and hog sty.
him, if he is to lake tne play in
the coming second session ot the
Whatever appens in the next
few months, the Department ■ot
Agriculture is going to make a re
port to the National Agricultural
Advisory Commission concerning
its study of seven ditterent sou
bank plans in December. This re
port may become the basis tor
some sort of G O. u. program
to get the Administration off the
hook and take ihe initiative away
fiom the Democrats in January,
when Congress convenes.
Although-some surprising oppo
sition to a tax cut has - bobbed up
in the last few weeks, chances are
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PASSING THE WORD-Sec
retary 'of Agriculture Ezra Taft
Benson emphasizes a point as
he gives reporters a run-down
on the administration’s six
point supplementary farm aid
program. Benson met with the
press at Denver, Colo., follow
ing' bis conference with Presi
dent Eisenhower on plans to
boost 'sagging farm'' prices and
jhandle surplus 'crop problem.
excellent, still, that Congress wm
slash taxes m next year s ses
sion Tax collections are running
heavy and government revenue
will probably be higher than-was
Government ei p e nditures
’may be a* bit higher man esti
mated also, but-economies pftn
■ ned by the r Defense Depart- ■
ment; and to a lesser extent by
other government ' agencies,
• may make both a balanced duo- '
get and tax cuts posible next
Of course, both Democrats arid
Republicans will seek to get me
credit for any tax reduction' Dm
and the final bill will be a Demo
cratic one. The President may
face a ticklish job when his time
to sign or veto that bill arrives.
Mr. Eisenhower, it is said, wiu
not sign a bill that curs revenue
too much, nor will he sign a pure
ly political bill, giving relief to
lower income groups exclusively.
But chances -are good mat lie will
get a bill he can sign, since Dorn
parties are now afraid ot going
on record as opposed to tax euts>,
and will shy away from navmg
that label hung on mem in me
next session of Congress.
Proving that he is still very
much unpredictable, benaie tte
publican Leader William Jfcnow
land surprised some ot his trlenos
recently, only a few days alter
he had lined up solidly behind the
President on thd farm- issue, ny
saying Mr. Eisenhower should say
wether'he is’ goihg to fish or
cut bait and say it quickly.
Knowland said Ike should de- *
cide whether he is in or our oi
politics by late fall or early win- .
ter. That 'would' seem like a
word of advice* to ike to say
something , before congress,
meets in January, or during
that month', af the latest.
Knowland, who could be a tte
publican it ike
doesn’t run, has always been out
spoken on the issues ot the day,
even when he’ disagrees witn tne
President. He said betore ike s
heart attack, that the party warn
ed no reluctant candidates again
next year an obvious siap at
Knowland also has blasted IKe s
foreign policy on numerous occa
sions. He has stood' behind tne
President, generally, on domestic
policy But he wants IKe to speaic
out on his plans soon, me moica-,
tions are-that Ike will not omige
It’s an established tact that a
calf has little chance ot survival
u it is deprived ot -colostrum.’
The reason is that without colo
strum it will not' receive the
necessary 'antibodies with Wmcn
to tight common intections dis
ease, and it becomes very suscep
tible to -calf scours.
11 Morris G. Stickler, pure
bred Holstein cow-heifer disper
sal, one mile east of Riheems,
near Landis Stone Meal Plant. '
11 George A. Styer, 67 acres,
one miel south OhurcMown 1
11 C. P. Brantly, 60 x 120,
lot, 212 N. Pitt St., Manttieim 7
11 Mrs. N. H. Smith 224 Col
lege Ave., Elizabethtown, carpen
ter tools, paper hanging, paint
ing outfits, 6:30 p. m.
11 R, C. Shea, "White Horse;
general hardware and welding
equipment, 10*30 a jn.
II Mrs. C.W Carpenter, 1038
Columbia Ave, Lancaster. House
hold" Effects. 12;0(V Noon.
12 Robert Timmerman, E.
Main St, Atglen. Real Estate. 1 2
12 John W.' r ßeyer, Atty.-in-,
fact for owner (‘Willis
E. Earl Twp., 1 mi. south Ranch’s
Church.’ Real- Estate. 2 pirn.
12 Joseph A. Wolf Estate,
831 Grand View Blvd., Manheim
Twp., Lancaster. Real Estate and
Personal Property. 12:30 p.m.
12 Noah Greiner, Jr., Rapho'
Twp. along’macadam rd. leading
from Rt. 72 to Manheim-Mt. Hope
Church of Brethren road (3rd road
west ori Rt. 72 north of Manheim
Valuable farm, IS- acres;’ housing
tobm-for’ cows; 20 steers. 5 poulf
ryhbuses. 2 p.m.
’l2 H.H. Hostetter' 1660 Broad
St., E. ’ Petersburg. Household
1 12 W.E.> Umberger, at SyL
iriar, r Rt. ly 3 mi north’ Rising at
Mason-Dixon line. Houstholdgood
12 Norman E. Hershey,
household- goods-antiques, Florin.
, 12 _ Alice Z. Hoover,' 1 mile
south of The Willbws. household
goods, 12:30 p.-'m.
12 Frank AvShowaiter Bst..
Grace C. Duck,' adm., 531 Wf
Maim, New Holland, personal
property 12:302 p. m., real estate’
12 Annual Auction, Lancas
'ter’ Chapter, American Business
Club; benefit of cerebarl palsy.
Complete list of household
goods, equipment, furniture, elec
trical goods, etc., Lampeter Sales
Barn, Lampeter, 12:30 p; m.
12 — f Landis Buchen ’Est..
Woodworking equipment, tools,
lumber, furniture, etc., Farmers
viile -10-d. n».
f< l7 ‘William Juzi, sale mgr
'for' PGBA, Guernsey Sale' pavi
'lion, r Lancaster.
18 Joshua L. Stoltzfus, % mi.-
south- of ’Morgantown.'
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I T. J. MATTHEWS
I QUARRYVILLE CONCR
THOMAS J. MATTHEWS, Gen. Mgr,
vsvni s?,sssac«j v
I TRACTOR BARGAIN
’0 ■ Massey Harrfs 44 Diesel Tractor
• Farmall Super M
Cope & Weaver Co.
Willow Street, Pa.
1 Phone Lancaster 32824
M ariheim Fan
Titus B. Martin MonaaS
chased the 80-acre, 'l5l |
farm of Amos B Snyder w
Manhemrand Lititz’ for ”
acre.'Mr. Martin is from Lituj
Henry •J. Snavely >was,j
tioneer. Included in the sail
a "large brick dwelling, aii
car'garage, a poultry hou/l
able of holding 1,000 najJ
combination corn barn ana,!
co shed. ■
New Holland Homi
Sells for $12,600 ?
'Walter S.'Witwer, Rl, Gj
ville 1 , purchased the home q
Ahna 1 M.’ MusSelihan in Ne.l
land for $12,600 this week'
ler & Martin were auctici
was the 48' by 15|
tract on which -the' 1 Koiuj
' A comer cupboard brougi
sl3 'and $l5; bed 1
'sl3;''mattress,'sl6; flour •
$14.50; 1 coal oil lamp, l s 9 25!
fruit $1(150; an old;
$8 50;’ a sdw, $7.50, and an tj
sion table; $l6. ,$
China Dish Tops i
•A 'china dish sold for i
an iron tea pot was knockei
for $9.50 in an auction c
sonal property at the Elmi
fner'home between'Route 2
Other- sales reported b;
tioneer H. H‘. Leid include
beque stove $19.50, milk
vases $3 each, small blue p!
dining room suite $55, ceda
robe sl6,'twin' beds $3l.
18 Elizabeth L ’Rich!
in Leacock Twp. 2 'mi. no
of Intercourse. Household
1906 Willow St I
Concrete or Cinder Block.
Chimney Block' and Linte
Steel Sash, Cement Paint.