The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1960 · Page 32
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[Tuesday, May 17, 1960 (la.) l>J»B»f New Grain Storage Rates Announced; Start July A new- schedule- of storage rates' to be paid fof price-support grfiin stored in'commercial ware r houses and on farms will take ef- ,fect July 1, 1960, Chairman Richard I. An'dersbn of the Kpssuth Cou'nty Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee announced today. .For grain stored commercially storage rates are being reduced an average of 19 percent, from about 16%-to 13% cents a bushel ort most grains. The rates will be the same for.all areas of the country. Anderson pointed out • that farmers who take out price- support loans on commercially stored grain from 1900 crops wiirbenefit immediately by this change. When a • farmer .has grain in a warehouse as security for'^a price-support loan, he pays the storage, which will now be at (he new lower rate.. For mos f grain stored on farms under re- 'seal programs, the storage payment tp fawners will be two cents a .bushel lower. Following are the new resea storage rates per bushel, with the former rate in parentheses Corn, 14 cents (16); oats, 10 conk (12); barley,'.14 cents (16); grain sorghums, 24 cents ner cwt. (30)' wheat, 14 cents, (17). Uniform Reseal Rales Reseal storage rates will also be uniform on a national basis, eliminating former geographical differences. Farm-stored commodities eligible for reseal in Iowa'are: 1959- crop corn and grain sorghum; 1958-crop grain sorghum,- corn and oats; 1957-crop corn; and *'- 1956-crop corn. In addition to the reduction in commercial storage rates, there - will be a number of changes in the handling charges for lo.ading- in and loading-out grain. Taking reduced storage rates and handling charges together, it is estimated that the Government will save from $85 to $100 million during the 1960-61 storage year IVIrs Anderson said. ' The changes are being made In revising the Uniform Grain Storage Agreement, which will be .offered to- all eligible commercial warehousemen on an individual basis.. The present Agreement, in effect, since 1956, gov- * eW'M&^ef fltf-irfbout ' 11,000 ' warehouses throughout the country, v May 31 Support Peadline The deadline for placing 1959- crop corn under price supcon loan in Kossuth County is May 31, the county Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation office announced today. This date has been set to allow time to inspec 1 the storage structure, measure the corn, and take samples for ;rade and moisture tests. Commodity Credit Corporation regu r iations require, that these items and all necessary loan, papery must be completed not later than May 31. ; ' To be eligible for a price support loan, corn must be stored in an approved structure and during May must not contain more than 16 percent moisture if ear cqrn' and 14 percent if shelled corn. •••••, Purchase agreements ar& available: through May 31 to those who do "not care to place 1959-crop corn under loan. College, Dubuque, and is employ* ed:at Algona. St Joe Bride i Of Algona Man St. Joe — In a ceremony Saturday morning Mny 7. in St Joseph's church,' Marjoric Illg, daughter- of Mr and Mrs Arthur G Illg, became the bride of Arthur Winkel, son of Mr arm Mrs Lawrence A. W.nkcl of Al-< «ona. 'Rev. Leo C Scl-nmachor performed the double ring ceremony and read the nuptial high mass. Monica Storz was the organist & Kathleen Griffin soloist. Acolytes were Ronald 111?, Dean Do.dds, Jerry Briggs and Virgil Wagner. . - . . The bride, given in marriage by .her father, was attired in a chapel-length gown of pure silk organza with bru^h tram. Re- embroidered lace set with tiny seed pearls edged the neckline. Floating panels of the full skirt were caught .with side folds also set with lace 7 inserts and tiny seed pearls. The bridal crown was entirely of lace set with tiny seed pearls and sequins holding a fingertip veil of illusion.' The bride carried a cascade type,bou quet of lavender orchid and stephanotis, . Mary Joyce Capes-ius and Dorothy Woodcock .'served as bridesmaids. Gordon Winkel and Eldon Winkel, brothers of the groom, were gromsmen. The ceremony .was, followed ,bj a 12:30 efinnef at f the' K.G. Hall Algona, with 130 guests follow ed by a reception- in the after noon. The bride and groom lef on a 2-week trip through south ern states and a visit with rela tives in California after which they will be at home in Algona. The bride is a graduate of St. Joseph's hifih school and is employed at Alwna. Mr Wmkcl « a graduate of St. Cecelia s Academy, Algona, attended T™,, iledFor County In April Sixty-six people secured jobs through the Iowa • State Employment-Service during the month of April. .This compares'with 39 during the month of March, I960. • Work opportunities In anc around Algona are favorable in most industries. Manufacturing construction and agriculture are demanding workers, male and female for permanent jobs. A total of 27 openings are now listed with the Iowa State Employ ment Office. ' Families or' in dividuals wanting corn detassel ing In July should sign up .now at that office. New claims for Unemploymen Compensation were filed by onlj 5 people during the month o April. This compares with 40 ir Marc!) 01 19dO,and 58 in Febru . Continued Claims for th ary. month totaled 537 as compare to 994 in March, 1960 and 100 in February, i960. In April Of 1959 only 256 continued claims were filed. 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