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—Lancaster Farming, Saturday. May 19, 1973
Ag Research Produces
Concrete Curing Agent
Secretary of Agriculture Earl
L. Butz is a ;ing other Federal
officials of portunities to cut
costs of roau , bridges and other
public anci private concrete
construction offered by a linseed
oil research product.
In letters to the Secretary of
Trahsportation, Secretary of
Housing and Urban Development
(HUD) and Acting Administrator
of General Services, Secretary
Butz recommended linseed oil
emulsion and asked that it be
considered for use by Federal
engineers and architects.
The emulsion was developed by
U,S. Department of Agriculture
(USDA) scientists for curing
fresh concrete and protecting
cured concrete against surface
It can save up to $1 a square
yard of new concrete road sur
face in states where concrete
surfaces require protection from
weather and deicing chemicals,
reports William L. Kubie,
chemist of USDA’s Agricultural
Research Service (ARS). Based
upon his studies at ARS’ Nor
thern Regional Research
Laboratory, Peoria, HI., he was
1 granted patents on single
application emulsions of linseed
oil in water and assigned the
patents to the Secretary of
One application of the emulsion
cures concrete and in addition
protects it two years or more
against surface scaling. Two
distinct operations separated by
14 to 30 days are required for this
double protection in construction
where emulsion curing is not
In letters to the Secretary of
Transportation and Acting Ad
ministrator of General Services,
Secretary Buts called attention to
possible savings in concrete
construction and maintenance in
bridges and highways and on
Federal property. He pointed out
to HUD that improperly cured
concrete can reduce home values
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“Aw, mom , you remem
ber, I asked daddy if I could
start a zoo.”
HAVE A VACANT FARM
YOU’D LIKE TO RENT?
We have qualified tenants
No costs or obligation on
your part-free screening
For more infro
Home Rental Locators
through unsightly interiors or
major damage in exterior
Referring to concrete in home
building, he wrote, “Lack of good
curing, like loss of the horseshoe
nail, can affect the whole
The new linseed oil product has
been used in some states and on
many municipal and industrial
roads, bridges, parking lots and
loading docks. Ten producing
companies have been granted 17
licenses on two USDA patents.
JUNE FEEDER SALE
JUNE 15,7 PJH.
ALL WEIGHTS, ALL GRADES
For consignments and information, contact:
Kenneth Hershey, mgr.
Vintage Sales Stables, Inc.
P.O. Box 100, Paradise, Pa.
10 Miles East of Lancaster, Pa. On U.S. Route 30
Middle Atlantic Stud Welding Co. and Middle Atlantic Ap
plicators & Erectors, Inc. Sale Location: Front and Church
Streets, qn the premises of Steel Suppliers, Wilmington, Del.
WED. MAY 23, 1973 ot 12 noon
4 Chev. 1970 Pickups, 5 Chev. 1969 Trucks, 22 HOBART and
LINCOLN WELDERS D-2300 and SA-200 and others, 3
Trailers, Homelite saws. Studs and Controls, Generators,
welding cables. Screw guns, etc. etc.
TERMS, CONDITIONS AND FREE BROCHURE from
RUDNICK & MATAS, AUCTIONEERS
212 W. Bth. St., Wilmington, Del.
INSPECTION: Morning of Sale from (9:00 A.M.)
DAIRY FARM DISPERSAL
Hank De Jong * ironia, N. J.
Monday, May 21, 1973 at 11 A.M.
Place - on the farm located on Rt. 513 next to Ironia
School, 6 mi. E. of Chester, N. J. and Rt. 206. From Pa.
take 78 to 287 N. to 206 N. to 513 E. at Chester. Owner
moving out of state!
12:30 - 74 hd. of hy grade holsteins, 30 hd. recently fresh or
Springing, 25 hd. bred for fall, balance in various stages. 45
percent of this dairy are first and second calf heifers.
Presently this herd has a 56 lb. per cow average, with in
dividuals up to 90 lbs. A real high producing dairy with sound
strong udders. Vet checked for pregnancy. T.B. & Blood
tested and eligible for immediate interstate shipment! Plan to
ll A.M. - Barn - De Lavalglass pipelines 68 cow line, with
milker & pumps etc.. Sunset Bulk Tank, Sunset tank washer, 2
Patz Bam cleaners - 68 cow and 55 cow cleaner. Uebler self
propelled feed cart, 2 - Starline 14 ft. silo unloaders, 12 ft. silo
matic elevator, feed carts, water tubs, dumping station with
glass line, feed bunk, hay rack, Uebler 5 ton feed bin. Tractors
-19661HC No. 706 DL with No. 2000 hyd loader, 1956 Moline with
rebuilt engine, IHC 5 btm 16” semi mtd plow, IHC 12 ft. hyd.
disc, 2-New Holland Chuck wagons, J.D. No. 65 hopper blower,
J.D. No. 34 field chopper with corn & direct cut hds., N.I. No.
217 bu. manure spreader 1 yr. old, N..H. 65 ft. now conveyor,
trailer field sprayer. 3 tons hay and 3 tons of straw. Be sure to
attend this sale for top cattle and quality machinery! Owner &
auctioneers not responsible for accidents! Terms cash or a
good check sale day' Lunch available.
HANK De JONG
SAT. MAY 19 - 9:30 A.M. Public
Sale of Real Estate and Personal
Property located approximately
3 miles north of Haffer Road to
Grubbs Church, approximately 4
miles west of Route 15, at
Shaffer’s Motel and Mobil Gas
Station, 2 miles east of Meiser
ville, off Route 104, Snyder
County. Sale by Mrs. Glen Parry,
Executrix-owner estate of
Charlotte M. Dressier. Wayne
SAT. MAY 19 -2 P.M. Public Sale
of Real Estate at Red Rim on
road to Fivepointville,, Number 1
76 acres with improvements;
number 2 3 acres woodland;
number 3 former Red Run School
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Sale conducted by;
Col. Fred R. Daniel
Neshanic Sta., N. J.
201 - 369-4784
FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1973 9:30 A.M.
on North Maple Avenue, Leola,'/> mile North of Route
23, watch for sale sign.
Variety of Tractors, Farm Machinery, Horse Drawn
Implements, Lumber, New Hardware and Tools, etc.
We have buyers for hay and straw.
Frank & Paul Snyder BY u rnnn
Robert E, Martin. Aucts. DAVID H. GOOD
Next sale Friday, July 6th.
Not [responsible for accidents.
SATURDAY, MAY 26, T 973
at 10:00 Sharp D.S.T.
Located approx. I% miles southwest of Fawn
Grove along Hunt Club Rd. in Fawn Twp., York Co.,
Form Machinery & Tools
H Farmall tractor, good paint & tires; 2 row
cultivators for H or M tractor; J.D. 2 -14 in. bottom
trailer plow; wood saw to mount on front of tractor;
Smoker 32 ft. grain & bale elevator with
good cond.; Int. 7 ft.* semi-mount mower as is for
parts only; Int. side delivery rake; rubber tire wagon
with flat bed; Ig. 2 wheel trailer with 14 ft. bed; 3
section sping tooth harrow; sm. chop mill; 2 platform
scales; cattle drinking cups; rubber tire wheel bar
row; iron piles; junk machinery; Ig. pile of new
seasoned oak lumber; Ig. quantity of used-lumber; 2
range shelters; 275 gal. gas tank with pump & nearly
full of gas; steel posts; rolls of barb & woven wire;
light weight McCullough chain saw; Craftsman IVz
in. power saw; Vz in. electric drill; pipe cutter,
threader & wrenches; lots of carpenter tools; lots of
nuts, bolts, & screws; hand tools; grinder with motor;
bags of fertilizer; harness, etc.
Car, Jeep & Sheep
1968 Chevy II Nova, 4 door sedan with automatic,
power steering & 50,000 miles.
1963 Willys Jeep with less than 10,000 miles, orig
inal tires, light blue, and in excellent condition.
8 head of mature ewes, 1 mature Ram, all are
good size & unshorn.
Westinghouse 40 in. electric range; Unico refrig
erator with freezer across top; Unico chest type deep
feeze; Hotpoint automatic clothes washer; Sylvania
21 in. black & white TV; formica top base cabinet;
two 1 door metal cabinets; two 3 pc. living room
suites; reclining chair; platform rocker; Magnus
Grand electric cord organ; 3 pc. bedroom suite with
bookcase bed; Ig. 2 door metal wardrobe; electric
sweeper with hassock storage; portable record play
er; kneehole desk; card 'table; stands; end tables;
iron beds; bedding & linens; clothes hamper; floor &
table lamps; alum, step ladder; fishing tackle; elec
tric ice cream freezer; 20 in. electric fan; 2 cement
flower urns; porch furniture; dishes, pots & pans.
Pie safe; jelly cupboard; 2 oak ext. tables; oak
dressers; beds; wash stands; sectional bookcase; 2
oak kitchen cabinets; oak chest of drawers; oak rock
ers; straight back chairs; cane seated rocker; night
stand; beveled glass mirror; 2 clothes trees; loaf
trunks; porch swing; picture frames; cuckoo clock;,
old books; organ stool; Edison cyl. phonograph with
morning glory horn; carnival glass dishes & butter
dish; pressed cut glass; R.S. Prussia; glassware; 2
strings of brass sleigh bells; childs school slate; silver
plate soup turreen & casserole; 12 place set of silver
ware; jars, etc.
Terms: cash or approved check
Robert L. Sechrist, auctioneer-
John Hope Anderson, clerk
Refreshment rights reserved
Not responsible for accidents
A. Porter Webb
Fawn Grove, Pa.