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P. L. ROHRER & BRO., INC.
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In fences. And around build
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tanks, and pumps. They’re
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BUTLER FARMSTED BUILDING
AN ALL-STEEL FARM BUILDING AT A NEW LOW PRICE
FARMILL CONSTRUCTION and REPAIR
How Large Is
Meat, poultry, and fish are
usually the most expensive items
in a meal. They are important
purchases for their protein and
for B-vitamins and minerals.
Eggs, dry legumes, peanut
butter, and cheeses contain
some of the same nutrients and
may be used in place of meats.
Choosing inexpensive meats or
meat alternates is especially
important to shoppers during a
period of high meat prices.
The nutritive value of equal
amounts of different kinds of lean
cooked meat are about the same.
To get the best buy, compare the
cost of equal amounts of cooked
To provide 20 grams of protein,
or 1-3 daily requirement for 20-
year-old man, serve:
1 cup or more cooked dry
beans; nine -10 slices of bacon;
4Va tablespoons peanut butter;
six slices of bologna.
3 ounces cheese; five fish
sticks; 2-3 cup cottage cheese;
four frankfurters; two - three
ounces cooked lean meat (beef,
pork, lamb, veal, chicken, turkey
Remember to include some
source of animal protein in the
meal so your body will have all
the essential aminoacids
available for building and
repairing body tissues.
FOR HANDLING GRAIN
THE EASY WAY
We suggest you check our
Bargain Prices on 6” x 32’
Auger Elevators (PTO
A. L. Herr & Bro.
REG *2554 30 X4B WITH 16 x 10' unw $1 0041
KU>. fiM DOUBLE SLIDE DOORS NOW 1 ,77 J
REG. $ 3156
DBA Urn 40'x 72'WITH 20'x 13' UAUI t<irAr
KEG. 4557 DOUBLE SLIDE DOORS NOW $3595
48' x 72' WITH 24' x 13'
REG. *5310 DOUBLE slide doors
40' x 48' WITH 20' x 13'
DOUBLE SLIDE DOORS
Soudersburg, Pa. 17577
Lancaster Farming, Saturday, June 30,1973
Grain Storage Costs
Going Up In 73-74
The average cost to store a
bushel of grain in commercial
elevators, which remained
relatively unchanged between
1970- and 1971-72, is expected to
jump in the 1973-74 season.
Higher costs of major inputs,
along with some reduction in
storage volume, may result in a
15-percent increase from the
1971- level of 14.9 cents per
Combined costs of handling and
storing grain at country elevators
is estimated at 22.1 cents per
bushel, up 2.9 cents from 1971-7 J.
This includes the cost of storage
for one year plus the cost of
receiving by truck and shipping
At inland terminals, the total
1973-74 cost of receiving and
shipping by rail plus one year
storage is estimated to average
21.1 cents per bushel, an increase
of 13 percent (2.5 cents) over
For port terminals, the cost of
receiving by rail, one year
storage, and shipping by water, is
placed at 27.2 cents per bushel in
1973-74 - about 11 percent (2.6
cents) more than in 1971-72.
The 1973-74 average occupancy
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MAYNARD L. BEITZEL
Witmer. Pa. 392-7227
level in commercial elevators is
estimated at 54.7 percent com
pared with 55.3 percent in 1971-72.
These projections are based on
elevator cost data collected from
175 elevators in 1972.
As a person grows older, the
pupils of his eyes become smaller
and the crystalline lenses inside
the eyes become less clear. The
result is that older people need
more light for reading and
driving than do young people,
according to the Vision Con
Aristotle was among the first to
recognize the condition known
today as presbyopia - the gradual
loss of the eye’s focusing ability -
with the advancing of age, the
Vision Conservation Institute
A person’s ability to make his
two eyes work together must be
learned. In fact, a child usually
doe» not begin to stabilize the
visual patterns he receives until
somewhere around the age of ten,
reports the Vision Conservation