The Salt Lake Tribune Nov 18 1960 Salt Lake City, Utah
The Salt Lake Triboae, Friday, November 18, I960 i gtacey W. Cole, left, New Hampshire; Olaf Gepree. Utah Farm Bureau, and Herman Aaberg, American Farm" Bureau, agrricultural problems at opening '^ssion of Utah organization's convention. The conclave continues Friday. Stress America's Hienlage, Farm Bureau Talk Urges Continued from Page B-l, countries to earn dollars by selling some of their products to us. The.interest of farmers who produce export -crops is obvious. For /them, exports mean bigger, markets, ' "ALSO, A HIGH level trade serves asra braKe ,on farm costs,": Mr. Aaberg said/- "Ris =5 • lot) 06 and MORE ing production costs have been important in the cost-price squeeze that has a f f 1 i c ted farming in"recent years. And last, a high, levei-d£ 'jnutuaUy advantageous . trade" contributes, contributes, to good international, relations, relations, a higher standard\pf living, the promotion 'of peace and avoidance of war." '. I Stacey W. Cole,, West Swanzy, Swanzy, N.H., president of the New Hampshire Farm Bureau and a member of the AFBF board of-directors, also keyed a^talk to the convention theme :;'"For a Free America. 1 ' . •:•?'•" -/THIS X AT 101* could fee strangled by its own apathy if'it continues to stand V the lengthening shadow cast in the direction of controlling men's minds; You are the holders of our" heritage: it is important that you turn-your eyes to see clearly the dignity of the individual individual inherent in our form of government." Hoger Fleming, Washington, Washington, D.C, secretary-treasurer of the American Farm Bureau Federation, .will address the convention Friday.