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Coshocton Tribune, The (Newspaper) - December 27, 1965, Coshocton, Ohio2 the co Shiocton Tribune mon., dec. 27, 1965 Survey of four Cut Flowers in Ohio will commence in january wafer planning Aid requests Are increasing farm stepped up requests for w Ater Nifte annual Survey of four Cut Wil relate to comm Orci planning Are con Gnu flow ers in Ohio Wal get under Al commercial pro ing throughout Ohio according May in Early january Accord Ducer is no who o s Brown state ing to the Ohio crop reporting grows and Sells 000 or more1 conservationist for the us of All Cut Flower and Nursery soil conservation service at co grower reports will also be Pix users within one Lumbus collected by mail in Only commercial proc Cors the Agency official noted that setts. New York one or Mort of the flow cities. Town1 and smaller com Pennsylvania. Indiana. Illinois. Ers surveyed Vul recede a titties Are now an important North Carolina. Florida Coo the Lamia in questionnaire segment of the Public seeking and California this is the continued of the pro he p with water problem1? work group of states in the sur cram of crop reports for he a through Ohio s 88 soil and herbs i Crown Holmes coun vey last year reporting in the cd Flower m will depend water Dij not to Extension agent agriculture 11 states will assist the Indus Irvn the c a v he has for Many wars direct 1 will take a leave of absence appraising trend in Ludua arc is 3 d to need of from Jin 1 to june 15 to at a _., f. In Kiki Uii of stale University some indication of National on in a Ievolo unc mate Oai present a stronger trend where he plans to Complete the trends Ciompi u pose from each of interest in municipal water requirement for a master s de commercial Proda Ceis in the our Xiv re nue and supplies has followed Restic agree m farm Mana pm it the 11 states will be asked to report fact hate comp tion of the be on car washing county Extension office information on 19s5 sales and Mit to answer the first Anc Lah sprinkling during announced the plans today news Holmes Extension agent takes leave of absence value of for Pequot w m necessitate Addi roses. And tonal ii Aings of the question Alst be a re. Thus de Laving completion Gladioli they w to report 1966 Flower the he results the drought of 1985. The Brown said has been to create closer Bonds farm Bureau group asks meeting on tax refund Ohio farm Bureau members Are so Dia urged the gasoline by the Ohio of Aton feat they have requested am Early meeting with Richard b Edmonds of the Ohio tax commission. D r Stanfield executive vice president of the Ohio farm Bureau federation said Tod a y. That the Delegate body of the Ohio farm Bureau federation adopted a Strong Resolution on gasoline tax refunds at its no vember meeting recommending that the Ohio farm Bureau fed appoint a farm Burau Board members and of her winers to work with staff Mem Dens of the federation in Consul tation with representatives of Omo department of ton in preparing a satisfactory procedure far Farmers to follow Elf i talc Ciu scr a Zilus intentions for of the mum a and publication of of cooperation Between town Ana country folks especially in projects of watershed pro Section and flood prevention. The pro Gram also provides technical help and Cost Shaung in water Supply developments for Homes farms Industry and recreation typically available Sites for water storage Are found Only m Rural undeveloped1 areas. This puts the City dwellers and Rural residents on a common pcs specialists in Ohio Are in planning v1ju1v but Ivi tax refund proposed off the in Requie to a refund of the state gasoline tax for Gaso Liti trait join president committee of Omo Stanfield pointed out that the proposed tax forms Are too complicated and Are unsatisfactory we have Many objections t them in Lehew present form which we wish to present to or Edmonds at Che earliest pass b e Opportunity Many of the suggestions made by farm Bureau to make the proposed Gaso line tax refund forms mar practical have been rejected b the tax Frank Sollars president of the off has asked these farm ers to serve of the committee they Are Walter Mautz mar Ion Roger Watkins Shelby Harold Owen Medina Ted Haill Ashland Glenn Mackey Frank Lin Frank Piersol Delaware Bill pm cards Pickaway Sou Dewey Kennedy jr., Perry. Live Christmas tree needs room to grow the balled and Burlap Ped Evergreen which you bought a live Christmas tree Proba Bly won t stay spam very Long Bat s Why it merits special at Tention when you plaint it says Farmers tax guides ready for new year Farmers tax guides for 1966 now available at the county Extension office. The tax guide will be mailed to people who have indicated they desire a copy Extension office. From the anyone not receiving a copy this week but would like to get a copy should Contact the county Extension office. A copy will mailed to you or you can pick up a copy at the of fice. The tax guide which is Simi Lar to last year s guide does list few changes m tax re porting for the 1966 year. The Farmers tax guide is Avail Able free of charge and will As Sist in preparation of income tax and self employment tax forms. James Oal Dweh Ohio state University Extension floriculture is since most evergreens sold to live Horii Sirmais Trees Are Scote Pine red Pine White Pine Doug Las fir or Norway Spruce you can almost count on the tree to grow from 40 to 60 Tab so when you Plant it you need to allow room for it grow. You May want to set it. K the Container is too arge to handle you will need to practice getting the prope amount of moisture in the soil g especially careful that Reat amount of water Accuu ates at the Bottom officers named for Camp Ohio agricultural Extension Camps inc., governing body for Camp Hio state 4-h Camp in Licking county has elected Tom Mconough area 4-h agent in Wooster As president Mcdonoogh former vice pres Dent of the organization sue eeds Thomas Stockdale Ohio state University Extension wild life specialist Ellwood Parrott Marion mar on county Extension agent was Small motor service Chain saw Mower appliance and welding repair phone 545-6476 Box 596 West Lafayette Ohio directing the 4-h program in addition to her regular duties. The adult agricultural Exten Sion program will continue with the help of the agents at the area Extension Center at woos other counties. Farmers Desir ing assistance with farm prob lems should continue to Contact the Holmes county Extension office located in the Millers Burg Post office building these questions will be referred to the appropriate persons for a n Swers. Crown will return to his duties on june 16, 1966. Ohio Farmers join in Bank anniversary the Federal land Bank of Louisville and the 78 affiliated associations through which it makes Loans to Farmers in Ohio Indiana Kentucky and Tennes see will join with the nation s other 11 land Banks and 700 associations in a 50th anniversary program of information dedicated to american Agricula iture. I president e v. Landers of the Louisville land Bank in Dis cussing plans for the anniversary Observance during 1967, that the information pro Gram will serve the purpose o gaming better Public under Sta Nung of agriculture s importance to the National Economy it is not Only right but Nee Essary that City dwellers employees of manufacturing Indus tries the financial comm mtg and All other elements of the population gain a new Sounde appreciation of the vital Roll of or. Lander said. The land Banks and Lani. Bank associations owned by the thousands of Farmer members helped Pioneer agricultural pro Gress during the past half ecu Tury he noted. In the decade immediately ahead agriculture will move into a challenging new Era of development for Rura America ana1 production for the world wide Battle against Hun David Frye Coshocton area Fanner installs new feedlot Community corporation names Emier to executive committee the Coshocton county Community action corporation at its last meeting accepted the resignation of David Miskell As chairman and appointed or. Atta Emler to the committee of the Board of trus tees. Lister Endsley vice chairman of the corporation will serve As the chairman until the an Nual meeting which will be held in june. The which executive consists of committee nine Mem Bers discussed the Tri county corporation which involves Holmes Knox and Coshocton counties. Serving on the Tri county executive Board Are the Rev. Robert Wells Nancy Lonsinger Vivian Williams Tom Heine. The kno to co Corpora Ion As it is known is present y in the process of taking applications for program director who will assume the leadership for working with local Agen cies and groups in developing projects to Benefit local communities. People interested in applying for the program direct or s Job Are asked to submit Mieir name and qualifications including education and experience to the Rev. Robert Wells Warsaw route 3, or the coun y Extension office. A tentative budget has been prepared by the corporation which Calls for approximately to be spent during the next six months period starting feb. 1. The salary of director has been set at per month and in addition to this position there will be Sev eral people employed to do sur vey work in each of the three counties. In the near future a permanent office will be established in one of the three coun ties and a part time office will be established in the other two counties which do not have the permanent office. Members of the executive committee of the Coshocton county Community action corporation Are Roy Mckinley Merrel Ross David Mccabe. Owen Manning Tom Heine Lister Endsley Rev. Robert Wells Vivian Williams mrs. Gerald Lonsinger. In addition to the above mentioned Atta Emler Forrest Mercer and Lloyd Eick serve on the kno co to Tri county Community action corporation. Ger. Our Farmer owned system will use its 50th anniversary t document the strength and As s of agriculture in term which All people can or. La Dens said established in 1917 under to Federal farm loan act the Federal land Bank of Louisville now has nearly Farmer members in its four states us ing million in farm real estate Loans. Of this amount 11, 000 Ohio Farmers were using 5145 million on dec. 31, 1965. Baby beef club holds meeting the organizational meeting of the Holmes county baby beef club was held recently in the agricultural Hall of the court House in Millersburg. Officers were elected As Fol the program elected vice president and free Rainy Columbus District 4-e program Leader was re elected Ecrert Ary treasurer. Miss Man an Hermance Ohio state University Extension specialist in Swu tonal management was elected As a director after com ileum a the Ura expired term o Liss Dorothy Lawrence a for Mer Extension specialist. New trustees in addition to Arrott Are Melville Palmer Ohio state University Extension specialist in water manage Lent miss Elizabeth t. Riley Newark Licking county Home economics agent Jean in Chester it. Gilead Morrow county Home economics agent aul Hothem it Vernon Knox Bounty 4-h agent and miss Vir inia Evans Ohio state univer to assistant state 4 h Leader hey were elected for three year in addition to and Bruny miss Anna Tharp som Home economics agent in Perry county also is serving the second year of her Tun year term. Own president Cathy Taylor vice president Tim Hosteller Secre Ary Roberta Taylor treasurer Jeff Mcmehen news reporter George Fleming. Other business discussed concerned insurance for the steers and getting the steers tagged. Herb Crown stressed the import Tanc of Halter breaking the steers As soon As possible and also explained the grading sys tem to be used this year forty one steers Are expected to be shown at the fair next year and the 28 members of the club were urge to obtain As Many buyers As possible to insure a Good Sale the club approved a donation of to the Francis Bundage fund. Weight slips were collected for the steers. Cattle feeders slate meeting the Winter meeting of the Omo cattle feeders association win be held thursday Jan. 6, Ait the Southern hotel Colum bus. The program will begin at Wipfli Hewitt orom Ley Ashville Kaatie elder and president of the Ohio cattle feeders association in Clarge principal speaker at the morn ing session will be or. Brooks Keno High from Keene North Dakota who is president of the american National oath men s association. Also on the Moi a my program will be or Hyman Schear of the Schear Brothers Iberal Marefe from Dayton Ohio who will discuss the beef retailers problems As they relate to Jait cattle Market. Owing noon lunch or. To Cunn Giha a executive Secretary Pomaiba Union Stock Yards Omaha Nebraska will open uhe program with a presen tation on producers problems in finished cattle. The Mas feature of the afternoon panel pros or. Robert Baa Raeh Bachrach cattle company Plymouth Omo or year end special 10% off on a hand and Power tools Complete line of Wayne and Economy feeds Farmer s Exchange 126 Hickory Street phone 622-0451 Osu to sponsor course for Young Farmers an eight week Short course in science and business in Agri culture for Young Farmers will e offered Jan. 3 to feb. 25, at the Ohio site Umpei Rosity. A program of instruction includes four sections crop production and management daddy management Swine manage ment and beef management students have the Opportunity to select one of the four programs. prospective students must be High school graduates or have satisfactory work experience and be at least 19 years old. Practical farm experience is highly desirable but not absolutely necessary. Interested students should make application As soon As pos sible to the director of Shont courses College of agriculture and Home icon Oaks the Ohio state University. 2120 Fyffe re Columbus Ohio 43210 Ohio and or. William Johnson president super foods Iga stores Beil Fontone Omo discussing the subject can the cattle Market Structure a changed to improve fee Selling of the finished the evening banquet program will be held at 6 o clock and will be by a presentation David Frye Coshocton route 4, who farms 150 acres of crop land in Linton township has recently installed a new feedlot for beef cattle. Or. Frye who keeps a relatively Large Angus cow Herd has planned his feed lot so he can feed 50 cattle with the lot divided into two sections. This permits him to feed one lot a different ration than the cattle in the other lot will receive even though he uses the same feed bunk and feeding equipment. He has installed a precast Concrete bunk which is 54 feet Long. A tube Type Auger feeder will be used to distribute the silage and Grain in the bunk which is five feet wide. Or. Frye indicated that the Badger feeding equipment which he has installed will make it possible by emans of slight adjustment to feed a different ration on one Side of the bunk from the ration that cattle on the other Side of the bunk will be receiving. His feedlot made of Concrete is 55 by 70 feet and to provide feed for us cattle or. Frye recently constructed a 14 by 50 foot poured Concrete silo. A 48 by 70 pole shed will provide shelter for the cattle As Well As storage for the Hay and bedding David Frye has built his new feedlot in order to do a better Job of feeding his Choice Quality Angus cattle and with a minimum Effort. Miss Linda Endsley wins award miss Linda Endsley daughter of or. And mrs. Lister Endsley Loute 3, Coshocton has earned he state 4-h award for Dairy oods and. Received a watch Courtesty of the Carnation co by a or. Hugh Mcdade Public relations director Aumi n u m company of America Lakott anyone in the cattle business invited and encouraged to a anticipate in the meeting. The value of food eaten away rom Home is estimated at More Han billion annually according to Ohio state University Extension Ohio Farmers produced 000 hogs in with a Gross value of according o Ohio state University Exten Ion specialists. Lamb prices in 1966 Are expected to be above 1965 Levels say Ohio state University Extension economists. Now get up to at now you can get More Money double fast at Commonwealth and save Money tool yes now you can get up to at More than you could get before whatever instalment obligations you May have chances Are you can save Money by combining them into a single to Commonwealth. Take longer to pay too up to five years. Stop in for More Cash. For Holiday expenses to Clein up left Over Bills. For any Good reason. Remember get that big . At Commonwealth phone or come in today Loans up to and up to 5 Yean to repay 529 main Street Coshocton phone main 2-0822 ask for the yes Manana open evenings by Tor Commonwealth loan company or me by tmflri.1 miss Endsley a member of the Keene Hill and Valley girls club under the leadership of mrs. Carlton Martin and mrs. Lister Endsley submitted a Standard report form in the National awards contest which included her participation in a wide variety of 4-h activities Over the past seven years. These activities include presenting demonstrations each year of her 4-h career in Field Day. In addition she has participated in 4-h style review for six years. Her demonstrations have pertained to using Dairy products which has helped her earn the Honor at state Dairy foods Winner. The award is part of the state and National awards program in which All 4-h members May participate. Shown in the picture left to right is or. A. R. Bray Field Man presenting Linda Endsley with the state Dairy foods award which is a watch. Looking on is or. Paul a. Ditmar District Field supervisor. Both men Are employed by the Carnation com Pany in the Coshocton area. 11her bulletin o tonight s forecast new Boron with double in god is the Only gasoline i i to pay your towing costs if your fuel line freezes Lisp Aprl is papyri

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