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Circleville Herald (Newspaper) - October 24, 1970, Circleville, Ohio Farm the Circleville Herald sat. Oct. 24, 1970 Circleville. Ohio and so it grows lev George Hamrick minty Extension agent agriculture those autumn decoration of Corn stalks pumpkins and Multi coloured ears of i Milan Corn Are fitting at this time of the year. Many Homeowner. It Are placing arrangements in the Yard around lamp posts or at the entrances to their Homes. Done to make the mis Ake that one person made last autumn though. Me stored his colourful ears of Corn in the attic for use again this year when he went to be them lie found tha. Weevils had made a Winter Long meal of the com dest. Eying it completely. This year when you take Down your arrangement put the Corn in your Bird feeder. Snow Tov cars Weed and other Plant seeds and the absence of insects during the cold Days of Winter leaves our feathered friends with Little to eat. Formulations of fungicides May not be Worth keeping unless you have kept them sealed be twin the times they were being used Seal materials in the original contain is or. If in other containers Label diem plainly so you will know what you have next Spring store ail pesticides in a Cabinet and keep it securely locked to prevent poisoning of children and pets. 4-h on the go try Fred Sandrock minty Extension gent t la the Pickaway county or. Leadership club meeting was held oct. 17. 1970 a Wiener roast at Hargus Lake was enjoyed by to members and guests a com i Dee was appointed to plan for the banquet to be held in december proper management better than drugs for cattle supt More funds 2 a Rmon think Nixon will Stop War action its a Good time to look through you. Pesticide Supply and discard Boga tha4 can to be sealed and for use next year. Sluce there is a More rapid breakdown of dusts dust when you have made the last mowing of your Lawn jus year a mow until the Snow s arts Uny _ winterize lie machine. Clean the Mower thoroughly from top to be torn. Remove dirt Oil grease and grass clippings. Drain 4he gasoline and Start the engine to Burn out All gasoline in the Carburettor. Remove and clean All Par s of the air cleaner and replace j it. Its a Good idea to Drain j he crankcase and refill with fresh Oil remove the spark plug and clean and replace if necessary. Before replacing the i plug. Squirt a Little fresh crankcase Oil into die spark plug Hole and turn the Crank Shaft Over times to thoroughly the Cylinder Walls. Store the Mower in a dry place. Athens. Ohio apr a former Campaign aide to president Nixon predicted Here thursday that the president would order a Quot unilateral cease fire in Vietnam sometime before the nov. S healthy feeder rattle. When Sony George ii Amrick county Extension agent agriculture feeders done to rely on drugs in lieu of proper management in the h a n d i i n g of cattle being shipped and j attaining to feedlot conditions. Mora respiratory diseases can lie prevented by exercising proper management than can he avoided or cured by the use of drugs and antibiotics declares la. La. Recd. Extension i animal science specialist at the Ohio state University. Estimates Are thai respiratory diseases Cost Ohio a beef Cable Industry Between four and i five million dollars annually during the transition period from farms and ranches out the feedlot. These losses can be minimized by starting with election. Kevin Phillips 20, author of the controversial Book Quot the Republican majority a spoke at Ohio University As part of poli Tiea week activities. Letting your cattle look for heal by properly de horned and cast a cd calves. Avoid calve i h signs of diarrhoea watery eyes lice or Mange. Here Are some management pointers from Penni by Penni Louden Home economics agents perhaps you Haze had a question about re freezing of foods or wha to do in Case of emergency. The . Gives these guidelines for homemakers. Occas tally Frozen foods Are partially or completely thawed before it is discovered that a Freezer is not operating. Whether or not these foods can by re Frozen safely depends on the temperature at which these foods were held and the length of time they were held after thawing. You May safely refreeze Frozen foods that have thawed if titty still contain ice crystals or if they Are still cold a about to degrees f. A and have been held no longer than i or 2 Days at refrigerator temperature after thawing. In general if a food is Safe to eat it is Safe to refreeze. Thawed ground meats poultry or fish that have any off Power line vote said unanimous California Valley Cal if. Apr a unanimous vote was cast in this agricultural Community for a Jwj too Bood Issue to put up Power lines. The san Luis Obispo county clerk. Ruth Warnken said it was the first a ame that a Bond Issue in the county had carried unanimously. Twenty nine of the areas 34 registered voters cast ballots. The first cholera vaccine was developed in tile late 19th Century by or. Wakeman Haffke of the Pasteur Institute in Paris who discovered that the cholera Cecilius was harmless after infecting several animals in succession. Color or of Fodor should not be re Frozen and be eaten. Thawed ice Cream should not be re Frozen. If the odor or color of any food is poor or questionable get rid of it. The food May be dangerous. Even part la thawing and re freezing reduces the eating Quality of foods particularly fruits vegetables and prepared foods. The eating of red meats is reduced less than that of other foods. Foods that have been Frozen and thawed require the same care As foods that have not been Frozen. Use re Frozen foods As soon As possible to save As much of their eating Quality As you can. J if Power fails or the Freezer stops operating normally try to determine How Long before the Freezer Wil be Back in operation. A fully loaded Freezer usually will stay cold enough to keep foods Frozen for 2 Days if the Cabinet is not opened. In a Cabinet with less than half a Load food May not stay Frozen More than i Day. If Normal operation cannot be resumed before the food will Start to thaw use dry ice. If dry ice is placed in the Freezer soon after the Power is off 25 Pound should keep the temperature below freezing for two to three Days in a 10-Cubirfoot Cabinet with half a Load three to four Days in a loaded Cabinet. Place he dry ice on Caid Board or Small boards on lop of pc Agos and do not open Freezer again except to put in More dry ice or to remove it a Hen Normal operation is resumed. Or move food to a locker Plant using insulated boxes or thick layers of paper to prevent thawing. Quot the most effective anti War practices movement in the . Is Prest-1 ease Dent Nixon a desire to save his own skin a Phillips said adding that the president a remembers How effectively the democrats pulled their Stop the bombing charade right before the 1968 Phillips predicted that such a cease fire wou<1 make the new left sort of dry up and Bow for Ohio he predicted that i voters would elect Democrat j John Gilligan governor. A Cloud i is Drifting out to sea Aud i done to i see him As having any Chance of winning a he said. The Senate race Between Howard met j zen Baum and Robert Taft jr., is j unpredictable he said. Phillips speculated that cop i National committee chairman Rogers c. In Morton would replace Wol or Nickel As Interior which prevent Dis get background information on the origin previous treatment and a ame in Iran a of cattle. This is perhaps the most valuable help the feeder and his pc Erin Arian can acquire. Done to handle calves any More than necessary prior to or during shipment. Ship calves a in quickest Way possible to the feedlot. Protect calves from exposure e x t r e Iii e s Iii temperature clouding dust and excitement. If transportation exceeds 24 to to hours provide rest feed and water. Have pens clean bedded and dry when the calves arrive. A keep calves Calm during unloading and moving the feedlots of possible have a veterinarian inspect cattle upon arrival at the feedlot for Early detection of a contagious disease. Isolate any calves showing signs of illness of or arrival close observation for any visibly ill calves during the first several Days will be profitable. Usually calves should not be handled or vaccinated for the first two or three weeks after arrival. Response of stressed animals m immunization is at by St Uncertain. However if calves arc Fresoli and previous management seems to indicate the need for an immediate vaccination program the vaccine should not be administered until the calve have recovered from he stress of shipmen4 usually 12-48 hours. If tile calves have been exposed to disease and undue stress some sickness May follow vaccination off the Luck. Details should be checked with your veterinarian. Vac Cinal for Abr. Red nose . 3 Par influenza a 3. The use of Xvi my Bovine \ irus diarrhoea a mucosa disease vaccine at this time is not recommended unless a he particular feedlot Ila had problems with red my previously. T # separate groups of cattle with similar backgrounds. Feed the bes Quality grass or grass legume mixed Hay available for the firs4 four to five Days. You Muy also make oa4s available to the calves. Good Quality silage Ghoul j also he made available the us of medicated feeds will b influenced by the background and condition of the . It is usually bes4 to let new arrival fill with feed and water before Oral medication is made Avail ble. Provide wind Breaks or limited Protection Lorn inclement Wen her. Avoid closed confinement in poorly ventilated structures. Tightly closed quarters Are unhealthy for any cattle at any age. Provide the Best source of clean water available 4o Eagle in several tanks or tubs instead of he automatic d. Inking Fountain. Provide add Quad a space Tor Freedom of movement. A a prepare to administer vaccines when appear to have recovered from stress of shipment. Keep records of All vaccinations illnesses and treatments. Said missing Painesville Ohio a state examiners have found an additional $6,000 missing from the Lake county clerk of courts office when the Post was held by former clerk Guy Mcoder Molt the office thursday. Melvin s. Reed the present clerk of courts said examiners found that a $6,000 Check drafted in 1968 had never been cashed. Recoil said the Ciupik was not on a list he had of outstanding checks. Mcdermott held the clerks from i960 through 1968. Officials have found a Lotfal of $10,713, including the $6,600 Check unaccounted for in the office Between 1965 and 1969 county prosecutor Fred v. Skok has already filed suit Aga nut Mcdermott and his bonding firm travellers indemnity co., to recover $4,173. Mcdermott has denied he owes the Money. State examiners have contended there were More than 300 bookkeeping errors in the clerks off be Between 1965 and 1969. Imprisoned for robbery Taipei Formosa a two american airmen sin i inned in Taichung Central Formosa have been sentenced to three years in jail on charges of armed robbery and attempted murder. The sentences for sgt. Richard Tipton 22. Of Colton Ohio and airman be. Bernard j. Bain 20, of Brooklyn were handed Down by Tho ask Chung District court. Both men indicated they would Nepta. The court said the two . Servicemen robbed a 60-Yearod Axl Driver in Taichung last nov 18. It said they stabbed the Man 15 times after taking $5 and a wrist watch from him then dragged him to a Roadside ditch and were trying to beat him to death with a Rock when residents nearby spotted them. The first postal system of modern times was created by the French in 1450. The French also launched air mail a Century ago. A balloon carrying 500 pounds of mail was sent from Paris in 1h70. Call Mac have All but pushed the panic Secretary an thav prepaid on by a Luton this it a car because of the Counselor Robert Finch would a re thai Normal Brown dead assume the party leadership a i a Hes of grass in their lawns within the next year Sav Richard l. Miller extern Aramco dips in earnings Brown dead grass result of grub Worms in Sod by i kor be Hamrick i its Way into the Root zone of minty 1.xtension agent the grass Between now and next agriculture j Spring and will kill the grub serious Moded homeowners at that time. During the next couple of weeks the grubs will moved Quot in into the soil 6 to to inches deep. Then in april of next year move Hack to the Root zone and Start feeding. By late May or Early june adults wit emerge from the grass and Lay eggs for a new Cycle. Make sure every one of your hogs earns Money for you you can be sure if you feed red Rose. Sion entomologist at the Ohio state University. Dead patches of grass that Roll Hack easily like a carpet or feel spongy when stepped on Are most Likely infested with grub worm he says. Grub Worms Are tile larvae of 3rd Quarter sales Middletown Ohio a _ 04 -7 -. N. Material or oven hard shelled beetles of tire firm Rise higher costs of raw and labor and the strike at often Cal cd june beetles. Two general moors corp. Kep. Down j or Nore of these Small White a shaped Worms per Square foot of Lawn will result in serious damage and grass kill. Roll Back a Section of dead grass and you la probably find several grubs in the pulverized soil a the soil condition accounting for the spongy feel when you step on grub infested Sod. A a treat with chlordane. It is sold As a 72 per cent concentrate and should be applied at i tile rate of four Tablespoons in earnings of the Aramco steel corp during the third Quarter of 1970, president William Verity says. Aramco reports that third Quarter earnings were Down nearly 50 Lier cent compared to those of the comparable 1969 period. The 1970 earnings totalled $11/ 361,000, or 31 cents a share while earnings were $21,147.0 Hor 66 cents a share in 1969. Sales for 1970 were $397,534/ too compared in $399,442,000 in 1969. Quot sales performance was on y i three to five Gallons of water slightly below objectives during j per Kim Square feet of area. The third Quarter but steel earn j chlordane May also be applied Ings were substantially reduced As granules or in a fertilizer by the continuing Rise in Cost of i mixture. One application lasts raw rna trials and labor higher three to five years interest and the depreciation those of you who applied expenses and reduced Stet ship chlordane this fall and who ments due to the strike against j have still found live grubs keep Mansfield orb apr third Quarter sales increased at a reduced Pate and earnings declined the Mansfield tire in rubber co. Said thursday. President James in Hoffman blamed the drop on n loss of products Vity at the Mansfield Plant during labor negotiations. Third Quarter sales were $2l-608,152 compared with $21,026,-453 for the same Quarter in 1969 , the company said. Were $405,728 or 27 cents a share Compa red with $600,731 or 39 cents a share. Red Rose Swine feeds a compute Lino of foods Quot litter to Marker. Strawser farm service 571 e. Main St. A 474-4548 general motors corp.,�?� Verity said. Verity also said that anti inflation measures instituted by the Nixon administration a obviously have affected our present profit opportunities but Aramco will continue to support these As in mind that this is common late in the season because the grubs Are not feeding As activity now and seem to possess some characteristic that makes them somewhat impervious to the insecticide. But do not Appy More chlordane. The application already there will work Farmers. See us for new Massey Ferguson too Quot -"410&Quot Quot Sio Quot combines gasoline or diesel available with Grain in Corn fiends see us for special prices Don i bring any Cash ,.for a new of Combine. If you Trade in any 1964 or newer Model Combine in Good running condition it will usually cover the Down payment. No finance charges until july i. No instalments until october 1971. The Dunlap co. Williamsport Ohio your Massey Ferguson de Urico permanent anti freeze contains Mpi-44 mpi44 is a new combination inhibitor and an extremely important additive which actually protects All metals in the Cooling system including aluminium alloys and plastics against rust corrosion and acid activity. Unico a a permanent gives you one Uhall Winter Protection. Methanol your Best budget buy Lype contains an additive to retard rust and corrosion. It will give Safe and effective Protection. It in i vis Cal landmark 312 w. Mound St. A 474-3176 the Bowling Stock Yards co. Sale of october 21, 1970 .102 rim rom a cattle my in it u the cattle Market was Active steady f 0c higher steers Choice.$28.50-$31.00 Good Choice$27.00-$28.50 Standard Good. .$25.00-$27.q0 heifers Choice.$27.50-$29.10 Good Choice $25.00-$27.50 Standard Good .$23.0q-$25.00 cows commercial $19.00-$21.00 utility.$17.00-$19.00 canner amp cutter$15.00-$ 17.00 bulls commercial $25.00-$28.00 stockers amp feeders steer calves .$30.00-$35.00 Heifer calves. $28.00-$31.00 veal calves Choice. $35.00-$42.00 hogs .$18.25 mkt. Sows.$15.60 Down boars $14.25 Down hogs bought daily monday thru Friday 7.-00 . A 3 30 . Hog bought saturday 8 00 . A 11 00 . Stock cattle available next special Sii be i Ani i Ami Sale a monday nov. La. Mil the Bowling Stock Yaros co. E. Corwin St. A 474-3181 Complete on the farm a. Tire i. Services it Ina Flats repaired promptly a tractor tires recapped a tube valves replaced a tires liquid filled drained replaced p Complete line of Goodyear farm truck and Auto tires phone 474-3153 up Quot i f1t Purina sow Chow ovals feed sows easy it s Here. We be got it. Purina sow Chow ovals both 14% Complete and 32% concentrate. It s in the form of a big hard easy to eat Oval cube. Purina ovals bring hog Farmers an easy Way to feed sows on the ground especially in the Cornfields. It cuts feed wastage to a minimum. Its a practical Way to limit feed sows during gestation and to full feed sows during lactation. We also offer you Purina hog supplement in this new big Oval cube form. Ask us for More information. Try Purina sow or Purina hog supplement ovals. Pickaway Grain co Circleville a 471-6661 Purina chows a a Quot a Bani

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