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Several members of the Progres
sive Agriculture Organization (Pro
Ag) spent time in Washington
recently, lobbying' for the Dairy,
Nutrition, and Conservation Act of
According to Arden Tewks
bury, manager of Pro Ag, different
teams from the group spent time
with officials of Pennsylvania and
New York state representatives
and senators, explaining the Dairy
Act. In addition, aides from 20
other legislator offices were
We will be selling from the Warrior Run School
Complex, located on the Susquehanna TVail,
between McEwensville and Route 54 or from
1-80 go North on 1-180 to Ibrbotville Exit and
follow signs to High School.
Thins., June 29,1995
BEGINNING AT 5:00 PM. SHARP
★ EQUIPMENT ★
Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor with Loader
1972 Chevrolet Dump Truck (not inspected)
1983 Chevrolet Celebrity CL Automobile (V 6,
Automatic) 2 Push Mowers Wood Working
Benches Metal Lockers Round Metal Parts
Rack 22 Trash Containers Lots of Student
Desk (1 Piece with Formica Tops)—4o Table Tops
(no legs) Teacher Desk (some oak) 2 Apple
Computers with Disk Drives 2 Computer Print
ers Calculator with Table 44 Gallon of
Duplicating Fluid 23 Rolls of Adding Machine
Paper—Numerous Amounts of Shelving— I Sol
id Wood Table Note Book Shelf Units
★ 2 EMERGENCY KOHLER
POWER PLANTS ★
Hercules Propane Engine (KW-40 KVA 50, 3
Phase, 139 amp, 120-208)
MUSIC ★ HOME ED. EQUIPMENT
2 Tensor Sax’s 1 Clarinet Spinet Piano 9
Singer Portable Feather Weight Sewing Machines
3 Elna Portable Sewing Machines Music
Stands Meta) Kitchen Unit Refrigerator and
★ AUDIO VISUAL EQUIPMENT ★
Sony Tuner/Timer Reel to Reel Tape Decks
3M Thermo Fax Bell & Howell Computer (no
software) AB Dick Transparency Maker
Overhead Projector (3M-Bressler) TV Cas
sette Players (Panasonic, Craig) Record Players
(Califone, RCA and New Comb) Film Viewer
Standard Filmstrip 33 1/3 LP Records 2
Language Lab Recorders 3 Cases Earphones
plus other items not mentioned.
Auction Note: All items will be sold as is with no
warranties applied, with most items in good
working condition. To view items prior to auc
tion, contact Warrior Run Maintenance Dept
649-5191 or 649-5138.
TERMS: Cash'or Good PA Check. Seilers:
WARRIOR RUN SCHOOL DISTRICT
Auctioneer: MICHAEL P. WEAVER
R. 911 N. Main St, Watsontown, PA 17777
„ Phone: (717) 538-2227
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Pro Ag Members Lobby In Washington
The entire group met with John
Enrich, ag aide for Congressman
Joe McDade and Jeff Harrison, ag
aide to Congressman Steve Gun
derson. Gunderson serves as chair
man of the House Subcommittee
They also met with representa
tives from the offices of Senators
Specter, Santorum, Leahy, Jef
fords, D*Amato, Moynihan, and
Accompanying Tewksbury on
the trip were Donald Gregory from
Luzerne County, Diana Slater and
Joan Lawrence from Susquehanna
County. Kirk Rhone from Wayne
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I</> Mllaa Wast of
Blue Ball on Rt. 322
County, and Sherri Boyanowski
from Wyoming County.
Speaking from Meshoppen,
Tewskbury said, “Milk prices paid
to area dairy farmers now have
plummeted below the 1981 level
and will probably go below the
1980 price this summer.” It’s
unthinkable, he said, to ask dairy
farmers to continue their dairy
operations in this type of economic
The group urged all members of
Congress to give serious consider
ation of the DNCA as a viable
method of resolving the financial
plight facing dairy farmers.
The DNCA was finalized during
the past winter through the efforts
of Congressman Bemie Sanders of
Vermont, along with the National
Family Farm Coalition and Pro
The proposed Act will price
milk to dairy farmers based on the
national avenge cost of produc
tion, will allow dairy fanners to
produce milk in line with the
domestic market, will provide
milk products for the Dairy Nutri
tional Program,; will further reduce
the already low cost dairy prog
rams in the USDA, and will allow
dairy farmers to comply with man
dated conservation programs.
The Pro Ag members informed
everyone they met with, that the
amount of dairy products in USDA
storage is near an all-time low.
Actually, according to offleals of
Pro Ag. there has been no extra
cheese in the United States for
three successive years.
According to Tewksbury, diffe-
A Public Auction of
antiques and furniture
was held June 3 by An
na S. Leaman, ISS
Glenbrook Road, Bird
in-Hand, Pa. in Lane.
Some prices includ
ed: J.D. 212 riding trac
tor w/mower $1,200,
Lehnware egg cup
$1,375, Lehnware cup
& saucer $9OO, Lehn
ware saffron box $4OO,
quilts $1,600 & $475.
upholstered sofa bed
$340, small lady’s se
cietaiy-desk $350, spin
et piano $B5O, oil paint
ing $390, sleigh bells
$45, hand bell $5O, ox
yoke $5O, butter press
$95 and Roseville vase
Miller & Siegrist
were the auctioneers.
A Public Sale of real
estate was held May 30
on Lime Kiln Road, W.
Pennsboro Twp., Cum
berland Co., Carlisle,
The S'A acres with
a mobile home was sold
for $49,000. Sanford
Alderfer Auction Co.
managed the sale.
A Public Sale of real
estate, antiques and
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rent congressional aides informed
us that the House Subcommittee
on Dairy will start assembling its
dairy policy by the end of June.
Dennis Boyanowksi, president
of Pro Ag, stated that the organiza
tion will accelerate its efforts dur
ing the next 30 days in an attempt
to have the DNCA considered by
Pro Ag officials believe it’s
important for consumers to realize
the seriousness of the dairy far
mers’ plight, and if the consumers
want to be sure of a local supply of
a fresh wholesome milk, then they
must get behind the efforts of the
local dairy farmers.
For more information regarding
how consumers can aid in passing
the DNCA, call Pro Ag at (717)
833-5776 or (717) 924-3518.
household goods was
held June 3 for Paul H.
and Coielas Weidman,
57 W. Main St..
Adamstown, Lane. Co.,
Pa. There were 70 bid
ders at the sale.
The 2‘/a -story alum
inum siding house and
separate garage was
sold for $42,500 to
Kent Lesher of Adams
Other prices includ
ed: seed chest $4,600,
wool coverlet signed by
Peter Leisey $1,950,
hightop dry sink $775,
oak sideboard $550,
punched tin pie safe
$5OO, rope bed $975,
Public Auction Register
Closing Date Monday 5:00 P.M.
of each week’s publication
SAT. JUNE 17 -B:3OAM At
Mr. & Mrs. Cart Hinson resi
dence on Rt. 96 S. of New
Paris in Bedford Co., Pa.
next to the Country Way
Restaurant, 4 miles S. of
Schellsburg off of Rt. 30.
Coverlets, Model A parts,
rocker, 100+ pcs. of Blue
Willow, tools & equip. Deryl
R. Clark, auct.
MON. JUNE 19-12 Noon.
oat iiiaic n aoimii Restaurant equip. The Top
SAT. JUNE 17 -9.30 AM Diner 12 oiw. Chocolate
Const equ'p 'andscape, Ave> H erehey. Pa Fumj .
dump trucks & truck ttac- Wtchen r maj(m MarK
tors. Flemmgton (Patten- Baranowski. auct.
oak washstand and
dresser $425,6 pressed
back chairs $4OO, tin
Ferris wheel toy $2O,
Pinocchio pull toy
jack-o-lantem $3BO, 2
antique dolls $450 and
calendar mantel clock
The following guns
were: Fox 12 gauge
shotgun $350, Win
chester model 12 shot
gun $3BO, Davenport
shotgun $375, Savage
model 99 shotgun $275
and 12 American Indian
conducted the sale.
burg) NJ. Interstats I-/B to
exit 11, (Pattenburg, NJ)
Proceed to sale site at Rt.
173 & Stroutz Rd. N. side
just off the interstate. Alex
Lyon & Son, aucts.
SAT. JUNE 17 - 9:45AM
approx. 200 repos & off
lease vehciles. Keystone
Public Auto Exchange.