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plans with q . goal toward which poultrymen of 44 states are now aiming in the nation- ' ,
l wide Chicken-of-Tomorrow program sponsored by the A 8:“ P Food Stores.
to )1‘ovide f0 v
1 Evidence that American breeders are going to produce this bigger, V
ions requiriil better bird was apparent at the recent St. Louis meeting of the International ‘ l
ar-titioned f“; Baby Chick Association where 6,200 poultrymen held the largest agricultural V‘
which possibl convention on record. At this meeting a U. S. Department of Agriculture V,
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film“: produVV of poultry within five years as a result of the Chicken-of— j _
an space}; tomorrow program." ;
ke priority 0 A representative poultry journal has referred to the pro- ‘ _
)u attempt it gram as the ”greatest poultry news of the decade". , V l: I ,
316:: t;::e.:om The presence of Federal and State experts as well as V . i , V‘ _
er? ' agricultural leaders on Chicken-of-Tomorrow national and " V
. ‘ state committees speaks well for the project's future. ' ' , .
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ermine if Eat! Poultry producers themselves see in the program a chance i
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5th ““3“?“ a". ' seventh of all farm income. ’ ' .1
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x 1 ; E Volume Seventeen, Number Eleven about applying to come under the wage- [glow] ”lam :imi teie‘lmom nurlmg bE
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1‘ EE ‘:E E E Kentucky Press Association Officers under it already. No formal notice to the E; egec Clint??? h’lli 1; alioo ”bled ‘ 1. Ar
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I i EE.1 E- 1 , i Whitley Republicans W‘lhamemg with the minimum wage and over-time pro- EC“ 615' .to e on gnarc agf‘m“ a suct ‘minter‘
E' EE 1 E Fred B. Wachs, First Vice President visions proposmons. Perhays 't might be added .E l D E
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1 31: , . "EE . 'd “’e note that the tendency to bring pa- that it is the duty of the newspaper to guard , 4 ~‘\
E 5;; ‘:‘ _. Tyler Munford, Second Vice Presz ent . . its readers against such promoterS‘ if they 5 ' ‘ n
i Q J . Union County Advocate, Morganfield pers of less than 8,000 Circulation under the ‘ ‘ ‘ ’ b1 1 .5 -\ri
. i if I . Victor R. Portmann, Secretary-Manager . act, through their Job printlng departments, succeed m mulcting Eour Cltlzem‘ the ame E‘atalog.
jI iEEE: .E iE Unrversrty Of Kenkay’ Lexington is still apparent and recommend that all may be yours. nercia]
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‘5' ‘E ‘E i E‘EilE Democrat, Paducah; Second, John B. Games, should be available and must be kept avail- re In 0n 0 S Ellplicat
I ii ,‘E it‘E Park City News} Bgvginiglzjliie?gith-Vlii able for four years: Good Business? E, at hc
E i ii‘ ‘EE Wynn, Courter- 0“; ’D ocrat ’ Candllton' (1) Name in full. (and on the same rec- , , . .
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{SEE ‘E circulation, however, are exempt from its Eat A M _ V osition and all of the material that are hie?
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E Eli hire a person under 16 to do any work 1“ year, you can receive comic features in plate of American freedom. For a few cents i'EEerem“
i Eli the mechanical department 0f VOW" bUSI‘ or mat form and an Ingraham ‘Vrist ‘Vatch classified revenue no publisher can afford i2. Is ‘11
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his mag - 3‘ 15 1t large enough to accommodate sev- machine without wasting space? save heat and to help keep down room tem- ._ ‘
,r 33ml customers at a time? 2. D0 on take advanta 'e of natural terature for comfort of stereot er? 5 1
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Obers be : 6- Have you mace 1310‘ 15‘0“ 01 1SP 43‘ lighting without having operator face a win— 2. Have you taken precautions for safety 3. j g
morons? “g printing samples, “6‘” pictures, etc.. dow? of worker and protection against fire? i
i 1' DO you have files 0f your newspaper .3. Is machine placed so that foreman can 3. Do you have sufficient ventilation or 3 '3
—' “““13b16 for customers? see operator? air conditioning? g 3
8' If reception center “(1101“ shop, have 4. Does operator have to walk around -l. Are the floors smooth enough to avoid ‘ 3 V
' ”‘0“ considered “thng a large Window so machine to dump stick? loss of fine metal and be readily cleaned? 3 ' '3
hat customers can get a peek at the shop? 5. ls dump and proof press near machine? .3. Do you have an adequate work table - _’ 3
gs Which 9' Have you given thought to hablhty 6. Do you have repair work bench and on which to paste mats together for cast? 3 3
r schemes r aCCidents to general PUMIC’ bOth mSIde a parts and tool‘storage cabinet handy? 6. Do you have a stereotype saw for saw- ‘
rms, ar- “(1 out51de the building? 7. Is floor in such condition that metal ing cuts belore they go to the composmg . 3
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(1 t last, courteous service without disturbing Hand~Set Department— Pig-Pouring Department~ . 3
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. quently used in the most convenient loca- metal or must it be carried? .. 3 f 3 '
ctions for Business Office Work Department— tion? ‘ ’ ‘ ‘ .3 :l 3
d subject “ 9 ' 1 1 l 1 l l 2. Do vou regularly clean your metal and w .3 .1
'arn your ,4 1. .\ie telephones comeniently located. Aic B'K s s ugs exti quuic s inc tiin have n m” tamer for (”my 3“ ‘ 3
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. 4. Are subscription records near counter? 4. How recently have you weeded out ,. . . 3 3 3 .
'S; If they ' , . . . . 1. (.an vou maintain an even temperature 1 .
- 3. Are paper samples, Franklin Printing worn-out and seldom-used type faces? _‘ , . 3, 3
the blame . . . . and humiditv the year around? 3; . ,
atalog. printing speCimens and other com- 5. If yours is a concrete floor, have you ‘ , 3:, 3 .
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ercial printing essentials together? strips of heavy floor covering. such as lino» l] 3 ' 33 .3 3
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- Nlpllcate subscrlpthn llSt In :1 safety bOX 6. Are your type cabinets so arranged '. _ 3 . ." 3 .-
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