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Governor’s Citizens Advisory
Committee on Natural Resourc
es and Beautv to attain its goals.
The new council also will
work closely with the Conserva
tion Coordinating Committee es
tablished among involved State
agencies a year ago to imple
ment ouir new $5OO milliqn bond,
Our experience- with that com
mittee ' has -been' that there is--
still a need for- greater - lecal-
Stat cooperation in the entire
field of natural resources and
beauty I am hopeful that .this
new group will be the answer
329 W. High St., Manheim, Pa
Can You Afford Not To Be A
LANCASTER CO. FARAiIiS
ASSOCIATION MEMi 1?
Can you afford to lose the Pennsylvania Milk Control Law?
Can you afford to lose your farm to land-grab government schemes?
Can you afford to lose your sales tax exemption on farm slumps and
machinery used in production?
Can you afford to pay double for your truck license fee?
Can you afford to lose your farm to “open-space” schemes?
Can you afford to let your farm be managed from Washing!!.,; y so-called
Can you afford another, year $l.lO per bushel wheat?
Can you afford the threat of imitation milk products?
Can you afford government regulations prohibiting your sons to work on
Can you afford to employ union labor on your farm?
These are just a few of the proposed legislation thj'
Co. Farmers Assn, members were able to stop in I' 7
But many of these threat's still face us in the S;..
Assembly and Congress.
AGAIN WE ASK:
CAN YOU AFFORD NOT TO BE A LCFA
EC FA HAS A COMPLETE PROGRAM TO FU‘
’ SERVICE TO MEMBER PROGRAMS INCLUDn,:
• Legislative Program; • Full lineof insurance,
• ,‘Marketing & Bargaining Programs; • $l,OOO Life & Dism- ’
• 'Farm Management Business Analysis with each membeis.v '
Service; • Information and E
• * Tires, Batteries & Baler Twine Director,
• Program: '
IF YOU ARE PLANNING TO FAR
YOU CAN’T AFFORD NOT T
A LCFA MEMBER!
LANCASTER COUNTY DIRECTORS
Pres. CLYDE £. WIVELL JAMES G. K'jEIDER
R. D. 1 Columbia R. D 1, Qi.' > > t’le
Vice Pres. ■ JAMES M. GARBER EARL E. Pi
R D. 2. Mt Joy R D. 1, Eo’d 'ita
Sec. - Treas - JAMES L. MARTIN ELLIS K. R. r V TZER
5,67 Delp Rd.. Lane R D 2 Nev "’tU'ind
CLYDE M. BUCHEN DONALD • 'EY
R. D 3, Manheim R D 1.
ROBERT C. GROFF LEROY » •
R D 3 Quarrvville R D 1,
ROBERT G. HARNISH JAMES
R D. 2, Conestoga R D 2, P
10% increase in Life & Dismemberment Policy with dues
Lancaster County Farmers Assn
Try light and refreshing salad eating this summer. Line a big salad
bowl with head lettuce and romaine, fill it with good foods like
avocado, lobster, grapefruit and tomatoes. Top U off with a smooth
cottage cheese sour cream dressing.
, c i, u c school win welding in the
harden Spot M. ». vanous \ ■ ORS, on different
Plans Welding Course kinds oi --1 welding cast
Storting Jon. 16 non ha*d . ng, cutting, and
b’azing i. i ate welder
An evening arc welding school Evei vo* a attends will ie
for farmers and other intei ested ceive ac >i cd diploma if they
peisons will begin Thuisday attend all ' ve sessions A fee of
evening, January 16 at 700at$5 00 will > charged for the
the Garden Spot High School comse an ’’l materials needed
Vocational Agriculture Depart- will be pi ed fiee of charge
ment The school will be con- The co ■■ is based on in
ducted one night a week for five structions 1M eloped by the
consecutive Thursday nights It Lincoln EleiGic Company who
is designed for beginners and makes arc welding equipment
others interested in improving and has been conducting weld
their are welding skills ing scho'-’i since 1917 The
Donald Robinson, Vocational Farmersvil 1 e Equipment Co
Agriculture Teacher at the high will sponer. Ihe course
, meat Policy
T i n t v 1 tO
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, December 14,1968
Fruits and Vegetables Star in
Super Sloop Salad
Everyone wins when you pre- SUPER SLOOP SALAD BOWL
pare a Super Sloop Salad Bowl, 6 servings
a meal in a bowl, which suits 2 cups torn head lettuce
warm weather appetites. It’s 1 cup torn romaine
quick and easy and contains y 2 cup thinly sliced celery
all the makings for a balanced % cup sliced green onions
meal. 1 can (5 oz.) lobster, drained
There’s seafood, tangy citrus % cup halved cherry tomatoe*
fruit, a vegetable or two, crisp 1 grapefruit, sectioned
greens and creamy dressing 1 avocado, sliced
made with two dairy foods,
sour cream and cottage cheese.
A substantial salad like this, CREAM DRESSING:
served with crusty French iy 2 cups cottage cheese
bread and tall glasses Of ice- y cup dairy sour cream
cold milk, is an ideal choice 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
for a mam dish on a warm Salt and pepper
summer day. In a large salad bowl toss to-
And it s colorful too. Cherry gether lettuce, romaine, celery
tomatoes, green onions, avo- and onions. In separate groups
cados, ripe olives, and chunks arrange lobster, tomatoes,
of lobster vie for color atten- grapefruit sections, avocado
tion. Chilled fresh lemon juice and olive slices on top of
brings out the different flavors greens. Sprinkle lemon juice
to provide a new experience in over all. Cover and chill,
salad eating. Meanwhile, prepare Cream
. The dressing is a treat in it- Dressing- In a small mixing
self, one you’ll want to use on bowl beat cottage cheese at
tossed salads and fruit bowls highest speed of mixer until
all summer long. It’s so sim- fairly smooth. Beat m sour
pie, you won’t believe it. Just cream and lemon rind. Add
sour cream, cottage cheese, salt and pepper to taste,
salt and pepper, combined in Yield: 1 3 A cups dressing,
a mixer or if you want it extra Your summer galley will stay
smooth, in a blender. This all- cool as this is a make-ahead
in-one Super Sloop Bowl is a meal Only the burgers have to
meal in itself, perfect for pare- be broiled, the salad and milk
free outdoor luncheons or sup- comes right from the refrig -
• Have You Heard? of time "W be wasting money
(Continued from Page 19) ? n operation costs and on the
food itself if it is kept frozen
Use Freezer Efficiently longer than recommended foi
To be economical, you should optimum flavor and texture,
use your freezer space at a mini
mum operation cost Keep a freezer storage chart
Serving foods that you have f° r time limit on storage of
frozen on a regular basis cuts foods frozen and to know what
freezer operation costs 011 bave stored at a quick
Taking advantage of freezer s ;
space by buying sale items you Keeping a freezer almost full
don’t need is not efficient use of most 0 f the time with rapid
your freezer. turnover lowers the cost per
Foods stored for long periods unit of food stored
See how New Idea spreaders offer
3 low-cost ways to handle it
SIWP .r-rXKy ~ '-A Ek ] W^,
HYDRAULIC END- PAN ATTACH- MECHANICAL
GATE h«s finger-tip MENT fits any New ENDGATE fits any
control, uses stand- Idea Single Beater New Idea Cylinder/
ard S* Single <w spreader,Lowest cost Paddle or Flail
double acting cylin- way to handle semi- Spreader. Closes noth
der. Hand crank liquid manure. Rub- hand crank, opens
available. Fits all ber flap seals pan in from tractor seat.
Naw Idea FTO closed position. Fits snug for loading
•preaderu. and hauling.
And doni mit*
eeeinp tk* tough
New Idea PTO
and Single Beater in
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Wilbur H. Graybill
Lttltz, R. D. Z
Chas. J. McComsey Longenecker
& Sons Farm Supply
Hickory Hill, Pa. Rheems
Roy H. Buck, Inc. Allen H. Matz
Ephrata, R. D. 2 Denver
A. B. C. Groff, Inc. A, L. Herr & Bro.
New Holland Quarryville
5 pitted ripe olives, sliced
% cup fresh lemon juice