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government, and working in a uni
versity setting will allow me to
bring together even more diverse
groups of people.”
Glotfelty is looking forward to
working in Penn State’s College
Three Changes For CRP
LEESPORT (Berks Co.)
“The Conservation Reserve Pro
gram (CRP), under which produc
ers retired production from more
than 36.4 million acres of crop
land under 10- to 15-year con
tracts, has three significant
changes in it this year,” said Rich
ard Troutman, acting chairman of
the Berks Consolidated Farm Ser
vice Agency (CFSA) Committee.
Producers with CRP contracts
expiring Sept 30,199 S can extend
the maturity dates for one year for
part or all of the land. No new land
can be added. Rental rates remain
unchanged and crop insurance re
quirements will not apply to
CRP participants have a one
time chance to withdraw part or all
of their land from the program.
Not all CRP acreage is eligible for
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of Agricultural Sciences, especial
ly since she has maintained a herd
of sheep on her Lancaster County
farm since 1981. The farm also
has about 20 acres of timber.
The Goddard Chair was endow
removal. CRP acreage with cover
such as filterstrips, water ways,
strips along riparian areas, wind
breaks, shelter belts, shallow wa
ter wildlife areas, certauTtimber
establishments or wetlands and
acreage subject to wildlife ease
ments will be required to remain
“Sign-up for 1-year extensions
and early releases from contracts
will be announced later,” said
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sonal contributions. To ensure a
continuous flow of new ideas and
direction, the chair can be occu
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mum of six yean.
Concerning the third change,
Troutman said that there will bp
modified program requirements
covering CRP land preparation for
fall seeding for producers whose
contracts expire this year and who
wish to plant CRP acres this fall.
“Producers wishing to begin
land preparation before July 1
must obtain approval from the
county committee, and the CRP
rental payment will be reduced.”
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QUESTION—JuIia Rissler, Mohnton, would like Sue Bar
ton books by Helen D. Boylston, especially Sue Barton,
Superintendent of Nurses. Call (717) 484-0515, or write to
Julia at 448 Orchard Rd., Mohnton, PA 19540.
QUESTION Florence Fisher, Etters, would like to know
what to do to keep pigeons off a tin roof.
QUESTION Anna Grace Moore, Cochranville, would
like to know how to make crafts with Christmas or birthday
QUESTION —George Rousis, Bally, hopes to move to the
Midwest or Montana in a few years. He’d like to know how to
find out weather temperature highs and lows, rainfall, and
snowfall for the individual states during the past 10 years.
QUESTION—Jenny Palovitch of Lancaster County would
like to purchase a wrought iron bench that wraps around a
tree. It may be new or used.
QUESTION Several years ago, Harold R. Stoudt of
Hamburg purchased aluminum-clad electric fence wire by
direct shipment from South Star Industries in Tenn. The deal
er discontinued his business. Does anyone know of the com
pany or one that sells similar high quality aluminum clad male
able steel wire? It did not recoil when unspooled and could be
QUESTION A Lehighton reader would like to know the
market price for goose and duck eggs.
QUESTION Marian Mosemann, Summit Hill, is looking
for a wire jig that can be used for making patterns in any shape
and size by bending the wire.
QUESTION Marian Mosemann, Summit Hill, would like
paper puzzles that were sometimes given away by the John
Deere tractor franchises. The puzzles were made either out of
thin cardboard or thick paper. The puzzle pieces were pack
aged inside a letter-sized envelope with instructions to solve
the puzzle printed on the outside of the envelope.
QUESTION Marian Mosemann, Summit Hill, would like
to know where to purchase gift boxes for jellies and breads.
Candy boxes are too small.
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QUESTION Blanche Hertzler, Mt. Wolf, would like to
purchase some old readers used in public school in the
19305. She wants the third through sixth reader of the Baldwin
and Bender series, copyrighted 1911 by American Book
Company. She has the second reader. One of the readers
has the poem “Taming the Colt,” which she wants.
ANSWER —Walter Lee, Elkton, wanted to know where to
purchase a hair clipper with metal guides or gauges. Thanks
to Aaron Martin, Ephrata, for writing that clipper guides with
metal hooks or complete clippers with interchangeable
blades can be purchased from Martin's Sharpening, 502
Glenwood Dr., Ephrata, PA 17522 or phone (717) 733-0511.
ANSWER—CaroI Brown of Halifax wanted patterns for an
angel made out of safety pins and beads that is 10-inches
high. Jo Ann Leader, R.D.#3, Box 471, Everett, PA 15537,
has a pattern to share if Carol sends her full address to her.
ANSWER Thanks to Joyce Pawlowski, Auburn, for
sending a recipe for the person who wanted to know how to
make a liniment using alcohol and arnica. Years ago, she
received the recipe from her uncle who was with the Philadel
phia Police Department. They used this for sore muscles
whenever they exercised. Joyce and her family have used the
liniment for years for aching muscles and strains.'
Buy a 16-ounce bottle of rubbing alcohol and remove 3
ounces. Add one ounce tincture arnica, one ounce oil of win
tergreen, and one ounce eucalyptus oil. Combine and shake
well before each use. Use generously on aches and pains. It
smells good and works wonders according to Joyce.
ANSWER —Linda Miller, Lancaster, wanted to know what
she can do to produce nice thick rhubarb stalks instead of
pencil-thin ones. Thanks to Evan Weidman, Westfield, for
sending instructions and writing that if you have any questions
to call him at (814) 376-2607. Answer: Put about 3- or 4-inch
es of shavings, leaves, straw or old hay on top of rhubarb in
fall and leave on over winter. Do not remove shavings, it will
not hurt the plants and the stalks will come up.
The plants like room to grow. Space them out to receive
plenty of sunlight and water, but don’t drown them. Even if you
dig and cut the root, plant the half root about a fqpt away and it
will grow. It's usually best to plant rhubarb In the fail.
(Contlnuad from Pag* 824)