Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, April 02, 1966, Image 8

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    —Lancaster Fanning, Saturday, April'2, 1966
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• Gov't By President
(Continued from Page 1)
though U.S. farmers grossed
$43 billion in 1965, they spent
$32 billion on expenses other
than the needs of then* own
families,” the official told the
local association members.
People should not look down
on politics, Empie said. He
described politics as the art
of self-government, and said
that it fails to work only when
those doing the self-governing
fail to do their jobs.
“The only thing necessary
for evil to prevail. “Empie
quoted, “is foi good people to
do nothing. What aie you peo
ple douig to prevent evil in
government’” he challenged
In discussing the govern
ment's agricultural policies,
Empie said, "we need a secie
tary of agriculture m Wash
ington who knows farming and
who will represent farmeis,
mot consumers”.
“Keep your eyes and ears
open and learn what’s going
on, then get out and work for
representatives who will pre
serve the America we want,”
Empie concluded.
Several committee reports
were among other ordeis of
business presented. Chief
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• Gov s. Conference
(Continued from Page 1)
stated, will be patterned after
one held a year ago, and again
the Governor will be keynote
speaker.
At the 1965 meeting Scran
ton initiated a study of ways
for the further development
of the Commonwealth’s farm
and agribusiness activities. On
request from the conference,
he named a Committee on
Agriculture in advisory capa
city to the Department of Agri
culture with Secretary Leland
H Bull as chairman.
The Governor charged the
among these was the report
by Clarence Stauffer’s member
ship committee seconded by
state association director Har
old Rohrer, that this year’s
goal had been exceeded. The
present membership of 934
moved the Lancaster County
PFA affiliate association into
tu*st place in the state. Stauff
er suggested that a goal of
1000 members for next year
would not -be unreasonable.
The group heard various
other committee reports, and
were shown slides by Warren
Leminger taken on his recent
South Amencan tup.
SEE US TODAY!
H. M. STAUFFER
& SONS, INC.
Witmer
FOWL’S FEED SERVICE
R. D. 1, Quarryville
R. D. 2, Peach Bottom
MILLERSVILLE
SUPPLY CO.
Millersville
WHITE OAK MILL
R. D. 4, Manheim
MOUNTVILLE
FEED SERVICE
R. D. 2, Columbia
committee with exploring po- The report* will be presented ville, and C. L. Bamberger
tentials in farming and related “by' chairmen of six sub-commit- Pittsburgh. ’
businesses for adjusting to tees,-each of which examined Secretary Bull and Jartc/R,
changing conditions and for a particular facet of the total Grey, Deputy Secretary 0 (
meeting increased food needs farm program. Agriculture, head a committee
of a rapidly increasing popula- The sub-chairmen are James on arrangements,
tion. E. Bobb, Hershey; Carroll P.
These studies, now complet- Streeter, Philadelphia; Dr. R.
ed, will be reported at the E. Larson, University Park;
1966 conference as recom- William A. Free, Sr., Hunger
mendations to the Governor, ford; Amos H. Funk, Millers-
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