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AS-Lancastv Farming, Saturday, April 30, 1994
Ninety years ago. on May 5. 1904. Denton True "Cy"
Young made baseball history by pitching the major
leagues' first "perfect game " For the uninitiated, that
means no player on the opposing team ever made it to first
base no hits, no walks, no runs, nothing Young led his
Boston team to a 3-0 victory over Philadelphia that day and
he went on to win more games (511) than any other
pk. pitcher He's also the only pitcher to win 200 or
more games in both leagues Little wonder that
/ former Commissioner of Baseball Ford
Frick thought of Cy (for cyclone) Young
y in 1956 when he inaugurated an annual
iV . award to honor the best pitcher in baseball.
The greater the obstacle the more glory
in overcoming it. Jean Moliere
e* One teaspoon of fresh herbs equals 1/2 teaspoon dried.
National Herb Week is a
great time to think about
herbs in the garden as an
answer to pest control
Aphids shun chives and gar
lic Tansy and mint discour
age ants Fleas hop away
Irom fennel and tansy; try
planting some around the
doghouse or Fido's lavontc
patch of shade House- VI I Makes
Hies avoid basil, chamo- T I jJI cup.
down on unwanted
house (fly) guests.
tm/ME w>wier 6k.su.
National Herb Week
1 tablespoon any fresh herb
(OR Ilf teaspoon dried)
1 stick butter, softened
Thoroughly combine the
minced herbs and butter
Store in refrigerator in
tightly sealed, labeled con
tainer Use on fresh or
frozen vegetables, or boiled
new potatoes Chervil,
chives, parsley, and thyme
aic especially nice. Or try
your favorite combinations
CATTLE 287.. PDA ..Compared to last
Tuesday'i maiket.sL steers 1.00 lodrer,
cow steady. STEERS: High Choice and
Prime 128S/14S0 lbs. 71.25-73.60, Choice
1050/1460 lbs. 69.00-72.75, few 75.75,
Select 63.00-69.50. HOLSTEINS; few
Choice lS35’/1465 lbs. 61.35-63.10, few
Select 58.75-61.60, Standard SO.OO-57.25.
HEIFERS: few Choice 1030/1405 lbs.
71.85-74.10, Select 60.00-66.00, Standard
52.00-56.00. COWS: few Breaking Utility
and Commercial 45.00-47.00, one 55.50,
Cutler and Bon. Utility 43.00-47.75, Can
ner and Low Cutter 40.00-44.75. Shells
down to 35.00. BULLS; few Yield Grade
Na 1 1645/1765 lbs. 63.75-66.75, No. 2
1300/2380 lbs. 50.00-57.85. FEEDER
CATTLE: Steers: Medium Frame No. 1
840/1000 lbs. 60.0065.50, few 290/450
lbs. 71.0073.00; Heifers; Medium Frame
No. 1 400/700 lbs. 59.00-66.00, few
270/300 lbs. 71.00, Urge Frame No. 2
710/930 lbs. 51.5055.00; Bulls; Large
Frame No. 1 425/730 lbs. 64.0070.00,
Sunny and warm:
rain north, then
warm and dry.
cold and clear
west and coast
sunny and hot
Rainy and warm.
north and east
Rainy and mild,
heavy ram, snow
sunny and warm,
Cold, rain, snow
warm, hot desert.
April 26, 1994
NOW RECEIVING MARKET HOGS FOR
TUESDAY 6:30-10:00 AM
FRIDAY 6:30-10:00 AM
ALL MARKET HOGS
MUST BE SCHEDULED
ONE WEEK IN ADVANCE
SOUTHSIDB PORK PACKERS
1-81 To Exit 39, 309 North to Hazleton First
Right After Mack Dealer, Second Right on Wyoming Street
A Hazle Pork Pocking Company Affiliate
Medium Frame No. 1690/900lbs. 350/650
CALVES 82..VEALERS; Standard and
Good 75/110 lbs. 50.00-60.00, Utility
40/80 lbs. 20.0045.00. RETURNED TO
FARM: Na 1 Holstein bolls 110/125 lbs.
100.00117.50,90/105 lb*. 120/10145.00,
Na 2 80/120 lbs. 80.00117.50; couple Na
1 Holstein heifers 100 Ibe. 225.00, few No.
2 85/95 lbs. 150.00185.00. Few Beef
cross bulls and heifers 90/95 lbs.
HOGS 20S..Barrows and gilts steady.
BARROWS AND GILTS: US 1-2 240/260
lbs. 42.75-43.35, couple lots to 45.00, US
1-3 230/270 lbs. 41,25-42,35, US 2-3
230/280 lbs. 39.004050. SOWS; US 1-3
410/560 lbs. 33.0040.00. BOARS: one
665 lbs. 25.00, few 230/280 lbs.
FEEDER PIGS 20...N0 MARKET
SHEEP B... Few Choice 50/90 lbs.
Spring sL lambs 70.0075.00. Slaughter
sheep: few 10.0013.00.
GOATS 6...C0up1e Large 24.00 St
31.00, few Large Kids 14.0015.00. - per
NEED TO CUT THE FEED BILL?
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322 South Wyoming Street
Hazleton, Penna. 18201
Report Supplied by Auction
Tucadey, April 26, 1994
Report nippllcd by auction
EASY COWS .07 .41
HEIFERS .28 .71.
SOWS .32 .36.
ROASTING PIGS EACH 15.00-55.00.
LAMBS EACH 4.00-65.00.
LAMBS PER LB. .20-1.08.
GOATS EACH 25.00-122.50.
KIDS EACH 10.00-92.00.