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Farmers’ Association Denies
Support For Union Milk Strike
•CAMP HILL One of the support of the present Milk Con
three farm organizations con- trol Law.
nected with the possible milk "We want a complete picture
strike of the Teamsters Union of the milk industry, and this is
has denied any support for such one of the reasons we met with
action, according to a statement Teamsters and the other
released today by G. A. Bices 2r°ups. As far as a milk
nro.irtonf „ . ■ stnke ,s c oncerned, we can’t
a°* tke ..^ ennsy * vama blame the Teamsters Union if
Paimers Association, they decide to take this type of
wZ nif We glve i he action - Some of the union work-
Teamsters Union, or any other ers will be on the relief roles, or
group, the authority to use our at least hunting another job if
n i ai ?? e connection with a milk -the Milk Control Law is des.roy
stuke, Biggs stated "We did ed. Many of the union workers
meet with the Teamsters Union will be too old to find other jobs
Tuesday, October 24. to present and will not only lose their
a position paper on the PFA’s wages but also their pensions.
high pressure washing
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MAYNARD L. BEITZEL
Witmer, Pa. Phone 392-7227
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"The farmer hat more nt
stake than the union member.
He is fling to take a great fin*
uncial loss, and will not have
any means to support himself
and his fomily.
"When you look at the entire
milk industry, you can see that
the State of Pennsylvania will
be the big loser under the Ad
ministration’s proposal to des
troy the Milk Control Law. We
will have dealers closing doors,
farmers in deep financial
trouble, workers on relief roles
and the consumer paying a high
er price for milk.
“We want reforms in the pres
ent Milk Control Law, but we
don’t want to toss it out the win
dow to chart a new path to chaos
and turmoil,” Biggs asserted.
“Many of the reforms that the
PFA is seeking would give the
consumer lower prices for milk,
if the consumer does not want
any service like door-to-door
service. But if the consumer
still wants services in connec
tion with milk, somebody must
pay for it.
“The Milk Industry in Penn
sylvania is second only to steel,
but if the Milk Control Law is
destroyed, it will be last to
everything,” Biggs concluded.
The ostrich has the largest
eye of any land vertebrae.
Lancaster Farming. Saturday. November 4,1967-
• Lancaster Auction
(Continued from Page 2)
BULLS - Good & Choice
23.65-24.75, couple Choice 23.50-
25.75; Utility & Commercial 22-
24, few 1400-1600 lbs. 25-26;
Cutler & low-Utility 10-21.50.
CALVES 143 - Vealers most
ly steady, instances $1 lower
on Cull & Utility.
VEALERS - Choice 42.50-44;
Good 30.50-42; Standard 35.50-
30.50; Utility 31-36; Cull 20-30
SLAUGHTER CALVES -
Standard & Good 275425 lbs
21-25.50, few Choice 300-375
lbs. 26-28; Utility 250400 lbs.
HOGS 194-Barrows & gilts
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250 lbs 18.10-18 85; US 2-3 280-
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• State Soil & Water
(Continued from Page 1)
10 include Lee Adamson, Avel
la, Wash. Co.: Charles H. Hess’,
Harrisburg: Howard Miller, Fac
toryville, Wyoming Co.; Rich
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niata Co.: William D. Park,
Valencia, Butler Co : Ray Hu
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Ralph Hartenbach, Monaca,
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