The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 7, 1956 Page: 2 of 20
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I—ROCKDALE (T.i.) REPORTER
June 7. 195C
Major Threat to
io«is is one of the most destructive
diseaMs of p-wltry, and is a con*
tinuous threat to the flock of every
poultryman.” says Ben Wormeli.
Extension Poultry Husbandman,
Texas A. and M. College.
Fiaciit SpccLtes of COMraM «**«
found, though only four cause real
difficulty to chickens The disease
is intestinal, with each species c/f
coccidia attacking a particular part
of the intestine The disease or-
ganisms go through their life cycle
largely in cells of the intestinal
lining, causing severe hemorrhages
when infection is heavy.
Mature coccidia, called oocysts,
are spread to other birds through
dropping. Symptoms of the di-
sease develop slowly in a flock.
Chickens show evidence of weak-
ness and ruffled feathers. They
huddle together as if cold ar.d
there is a drop in feed consump-
tion. Early diagnosis by a com-
petent laboratory is necessary if
corrective medication is to be ap-
plied soon enough to head off dis-
astrous losses, says Wormed. ,
Drugs for medication are now
available from hatcheries, feed
mills and veterinarians. Recom-
mendations tyr treatment should
be followed exactly as outlined
on the container, cautions Wor-
meli. Chicken quarters should be
kept clean and dry, and all wet
areas should bo removed and re-
placed with dry litter.
It is possible that only enough
coccidia organisms may be picked
up tv cause a light infection. This
does little harm and helps the
chicken build up resistance to the
particular species of coccidia that
(caused the infection.
••U«« of preventative drugs rail-
■ id coccidiostats it widespread to
1 prevent aevere losses and at tho
same time allow light infection
that will develop immunity. This
protection is provided by using l;/W
preventative levels of certain
drugs in feed till birds are eight or
nine weeks old. Some poultry-
mcn feel that a preventative love!
of these drugs should be fed to
pullets during the first two or
three weeks after they have been
moved into flovr type laying
houses,” says Wormell.
Wins Teaching Honor
AUSTIN—A young engineering
professor who spends his free time
sailing or flying in gliders with his
students is the first winner of the
Convair Award for excellence in
engineering teaching at the Univer-
sity of Texas.
He is James W. Tuinbow, 37.
an assistant professor of engineer-
ing mechanics. He joined the Uni-
versity staff in 1948 while work-
ing on hm Master of Science de-
gree. He is a graduate of Texas
At the University, Turnbow also
conducts an Army research project
dealing with cushioning materials
for air-dropped matter.
Store Sets Grand
Opening for Friday
Reeves Furniture Store, selling
new and used merchandise, will
hold giand opening Friday. The
store is 1-1/2 blocks south of the
underpass on Highway 77.
A five-piece dinette will be
given away in a free drawing.
Bob Reeves, Franklin native and
operator of a business thcie. owns
the new store. Lora Ethridge of
Rockdale i- manager.
Too Late To Classify
for '•ALT— tnr vror, 5 miles
from Rockdale on Farm-to-Market
I road. Surrounded by large shady
--—---’ Oak Trees. W T. Pearson, Jr., Real
FOR SALE—FHA-fmanced two- gstate( phone HI 6-3411. It
bedroom frame house, corner lot, _ _______
landscaped, three years old. Has y(tH SALE—Fryer size and srtal-
bree/ewajr and garage attached lei- rubbits. Richard Griffith,
Call 184 or see at 1501 North phonw HI 6-2204. Bushdalo road.
Cleveland in Cameron. 21 -tf-chh ■
FOR SALE—Bedroom suite with j poR SALE—Large house, 4 bat ha
Jnnei.spnng Mattress and Springs,
almost new. Phone HI 6-5038
Adolph Khck. 21-4tp
4 kitchens, suitable for Nursing
home 528 Ea t Hell Phone HI 6-
FOR SALE—Two bedroom homej^ow OPEN—O. B Mi Niel s Klee-
within 2 block* of Rockdale Pit- t|R Sh,J(J 2I5 San Gabriel St.
mary School. $0500.00. W. T F car- j <nexj t0 Stanislaw Service Station!
M.O Jr Real F.*1 .te Phone HI 6-L Ref. i«e, atot Strive*,
3^11- *' Electrical Appliance repairing and
—-------- ■ ■ - —----------— ■ - i house wiring. Every job regardless
FOR .SALE—Two bedroom homelof size given immediate attention.
2 blocks of Primary School $5000. It
W T Pearson, Jr., Heal Estate, -
ph'in,- hi 6-3411. a Fuchs Descendants
if interested in Minn* > Hold Reunion Sunday
property please call on us lot free'- — — *
appraisal. W. T. Pearson, Jr.. Real
Phone HI 6-3411. It, AUsT1N- _Th, annual rtunlon
7 of the- descendants of the late Mr.
and Mrs. Lorenz Fuchs, pioneer
residents of Fayette county, was
In Austin Park
FOR SALE—While they last, 5
gallon Army type water cans. $1.50
each. W. T Pearson, Jr., Phone HI
held Sunday at Zilker park in Aus
11 tin with approximately 200 attend-
---- . . ——■_- mg.
FARM LISTINGS NEEDED We Fred Heine of Burton was chosen
have prospects who would like to as reunion association president
buy large or small farms near i for the ensuing year, succeeding
Rockdale W. T. Pearson, Jr., Real Grover A. Fuchs of Austin. Larey
Estate, Phone HI 6-3411. It Kieke, also of Burton, was elected
secretary and treasurer. He re-
places Dr. N. L. Schiller of Austin.
A barbecue dinner was served
at noon, and cakes and sandwiches
—, were served at mid-afternoon.
FOR SALE Large 2 story home Lorenz Fuchs and wife, nee
in Rockdale. 47500 00 Easy terms. Frederike Kiel, settled near Cur-
W. T. Pea i son, Jr, Real Estate, mine over a century ago. They had
Phone HI 6-3411. It 13 children, and the family has
—---- grown to the point where then are
WAN 1 El)—WOMAN to do house- j now over 800 direct and related
work Call Mrs. A. H Lightfoot, descendants, living and deceased.
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FOR SALE—Brick building in
Rockdale. W T Pearson. Jr., Real
Estate, Phone HI 0-S411. It
Funeral services were held at
Phillips and Liukey Chapel here
Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. for Samuel
Mr. Martin died Sunday in San
Antonio where he had been for the
past fifteen months or more with
Me was‘returned to
Ruckdaie to be buried beside his
wife at Qak Lawn cemetery.
Rev. W y. O'Kelley, minister
of the Presbyterian church, offic-
iated at the rites. Pallbearers were:
Cliff Blackburn, Martin Black-
burn, Jim Eads, George Bredt,
Denson Weems, Sam Perry.
Mr. Martin was a native of Can-
ningstown, Ireland, born Nov. 11,
1866 He came to this country in
his early years, and for a time was
located in Philadelphia. He and a
younger brother came to Texas in
1887, locating at Sun Antonio.
Mr. Martin and his wife came
la Hockdule from Dallas several
years ago and pur-hased a home
• 3i3 E. Cameron, where he je-
rrnined until after the death of his
wife when his health and yaars
wrould not permit his remaining
He is survived by his brother,
Win. L. Martin of San Antonio,
and a niece also of that city. He
was a brother-in-law of Mrs. T A
Blackburn of Rockdale.
At The Hospital
In Hot Weather
STATION — When
I of the cgR in the shorest possible
time and at the lowest cost. A
cooling unit containing a tray for
holding wire baskets with space
underneath for storing eggs m
case is the most desirable cooling
equipment. Added egg income
from the use of such a unit will
roon retire its cost.
COLLEGE STATION — Mer-1 COLLEGE ................ —
chandising methods for most food [ daytime temperatures hit 90 , ^^0thodiStS tO FOriYl
products have undergone radical grees. egg quality will hit the skids « Cr-Vi/wO Plrtfcc
changes within the past few years, unless egg producers make some | gUlKtay DCnOUI
but F Z. Beanblossom, extension ~~ “
poultry maiketing specialist, says
not many new’ approaches have
been used to inform consumers
about egg values at the retail level.
Price on » doeen basis has been
the big sales appeal in selling eggs
for many years. Beanblossom poses
these questions: Why not tell the
consumer about the food value in
a dozen of eggs which weigh one
and a half pounds’’ Are consumers
entirely familiar with the fact that
eggs are one of the basic seven
foods needed for maintaining good
health? Are consumers familiar
with grades and quality factors?
The specialist believes that ad-
vertising could supplement educa-
tional work by pointing out such
tacts that quality and size of eggs
weather with three times a Jay
gathering as a minimum.
Low quality is costly to pro-
ducers selling on grade “A” qual-
ity eggs of similiar size normally
bring four to six cents a dozen
more than B quality eggs. Eggs
can be properly cooled for as
little as 10 cents a case.
Adequate cooling, points out
are not related Small or medium i thc specialist, is no substitute for
eggs can be A or AA quality, j frequent marketings. Even with
changes in management practices, p.. YfllinQ P©rSOIlS
says Kermit Schlamb, extension * W* gwi***^
poultry marketing specialist. St John-g Methodist Chrch will
From now until cool weather in ( organize a class Sunday morning
the fall refrigeration is a must if for unmarried m«*n and women,
high egg quality is to be rr.sm , | cceiit hinh M graduates, co!
tamed. Schlamb says that 55 de- students and service men.
grees F. is the optimum tempera- j p Yeager Will help thc class
lure for maintaining proper egg 0 ' nije Meeting will be held in
environment. Too eggs must be tho choir loft in the sanctuary,
gathered more often during hot ,jnd (hc group wjR elect officers,
select a toucher and choose lesson
The class session will start at
j0 a. m. and follow the general
Sunday school assembly starting
at 9:45 in the sancturay.
Reporter Ads Get Results.
Quality is based on factors such
as condition of yolk and albumen
along with the cleanliness, sound-
ness and evlor of shell. The air weejc
good refrigeration, eggs should
be delivered to the grading sta-
tion either tw'ice or three times a
cell in the egg may also determo
egg quality. Eye appeal with re-
spect to display and the egg them-
selves may also be an aid in sell-
ing more eggs.
ADMITTED • Tht‘ specia,ist a,s0 p<)ints out
Howard Key, Mrs. W H. Bickett, | ,hat“ tac.k of confidence in the
Baby Girl B.ckett, Mrs. Shelby ?ual,ty and grade of egg purchased
Phillips, Jeff Parks. Mrs. Jesus Iln many instance !s the
Valverde, Mrs. Elvis Peters, J. B.
Taylor, Mrs. T. A. McGiasson.
Phone HI 6-3432, Rockdale, 537 Relatives reside i:i many parts of I Mrs. W. A Sims, Baby Boy Sims, causc ^-/r ^ls ^at ^ " conlidence
Wi I Bell .........
sumers buy eggs from sources
other than retail outlets. Mislead-
ing labeling is cited as a major
FOR RENT—2 bedroom
Phone HI 6-6273.
Weight is considered in grading
eggs arid is a definite factor in
It Central and South Texas. j Donna Matthews, Homer Smith,
—--- Burton was tentatively chosen1 Mrs. W. H. Bickett, Baby Girl
house, .is the site for the 1957 family |Bickett, Howard Key, Jeff Parks, determining their value but quality
Itp gathering. Mrs. S. V. Rhodes. cannot be determined by sight.
Good cooling, says Schlamb,
means getting the animal heat out
Interior quality can be measured
only by 'seeing the egg before a
candling light. All eggs stamped
with the official U. S. Standards
for shell eggs have been candled
for quality and sorted for size by
a qualified egg grader.
Producers, retailers and con-
sumers could all profit, believes
Beanblossom. by giving mvre con-
sideration to the value of the food
contained in a pound and a hull
or two pounds of eggs. They are
a top buy.
and Applies Stamps
also Seals Envelopes
WEEMS SUPER MARKET SHORTENING
3-lb. CAN -
HORMEL ALL MEAT
Cello Bag —
ROUND STEAK» - 59c
BEEF ROAST » -4Sc
POUND PKG. -
2 300 cans
JOHNSON'S—ROACH AND ANT KILLER
Bottle - vUI#
ALSO PAYROLL CHECKS CASHED
DEL MONTE SLICED
PINEAPPLE 2 5.'- 57c CHIU BEANS 2
Cans £ | b
DEL MONTE EARLY GARDEN
DEL MONTE FRESH CUCUMBER
NBC OREO SANDWICH
1.79 phkg _ 35c
25c Beef Stew
DOUBLE LUCK CUT
3 qt. size
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Cooke, W. H. The Rockdale Reporter and Messenger (Rockdale, Tex.), Vol. 84, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, June 7, 1956, newspaper, June 7, 1956; Rockdale, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth694175/m1/2/: accessed January 17, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Lucy Hill Patterson Memorial Library.