HUSBANDRY: Strong Milk

U. S. citizens understand that if people set out to sell dope or whiskey or women, somebody is going to get jailed, hurt or killed. In some cities even such a homely thing as the family wash may cause cracked skulls, bombings. Last week saw the continuation of a new kind of peacetime war. The Nation's milk, product of patient kine, beverage of babies, churned up in violence.* Near Plainfield, Ill. The Guernsey herd of Isaac Lentz, an independent dairyman who had withdrawn from a local milk distributing association and cut his...

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