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TUESDAY. JULY 20. 1954 THE CHILLICOTHE CONSTITUTION-TRIBUNE. CHILLICOTHE. MISSOURI 400 at a County's Plowing Contest Event Is Held West of Breckenridge. The third annual CaldweU County Plowing Contest was held on the Carl Uhland farm 3 miles west of Breckenridge. Nearly 400 people attended during the day and observed the keen competition among the many plowmen. Jimmy Henry of Hamilton led the field in the level land contest and Ddnald Fanner plowed around the contour lands to take first In that division. • -*^ The winners of the county con- to «U tnna wearers by our ex dL fitters. Let them help you ielection nd ^pltaitlon from the finest line of surgical applianni manufactured. COMFORT—SECtlHITT SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Our experienced fitters also serve your needs far Abdominal Supporters, Etastlc Hosiery. Shoulder Braces, etc., and our reasonable prices wilt surdy please you. WEST SIDE DRUG tests are eligible to enter the state contest to be held at St. Charles, September 8. The Caldwell County contest was sponsored by the CaldweU County Soil Conservation District, in cooperation with County Extension Service, PHA, ASC committeemen, Hamilton PPA chapter and the farm equipment dealers serving this area. In the level land plowing the men were scored on opening furrow, furrow straightness, furrow conformation and uniformity, tillage quality, trash coverage, land ends and closing furrow. Jimmy Henry scored 81 points out of a possible hundred, Bill HOI took second with 80, and Charles Hamlet, third with 775. Other scores • were Donald Farmer 77, and Tom S. Toner 76. In the contour division the entrants were scored on opening furrow, contour adherence, furrow conformation and uniformity, tillage quality, trash coverage, land ends and closing furrow. Donald Fanner made 74 points out of a possible 100. BUI Hill again took second with 135 and Lavern Henry took third with 72. Other scores were Roger McPheeters 715, Tdm Stoner 705, Jewell Sloan 68, J. D. Jewell 64, and Ray Trosper 54. At the conclusion of the contest, Earle Towne of Nettleton put on a terracing demonstration. Japan's milk production in 1953 was 182,208.000 gallons, 21.9 per cent above the previous year. PUBLIC SALE HOUSEHOLD FURNTURE CHILLICOTHE SALE PAVILION I p.m, Tuesday Evening, July 20 Due to sickness, we must change climates and will sell the following ', at auction— , 22 cubic foot deep freeze; 9-ft. refrigerator, both less than a year 'old- 21-inch Zenith console television, all channel antenna; chrome dinette set- chrome step ladder stool; electric heater; new under sink garbage disposal; 4-ft. bath tub; bottle gas brooder; pressure cauner- electric appliances; cooking utensils and dishes; 2 bicycles; some plumbing tools; 1% horse outboard motor and other articles. OREN SINGLETON —TERMS CASH- KENYA'S KID GUARDIANSr-British Col. Arthur Young, Kenya's po- ' lice commissioner, inspects two young members of the Police Boys Brigade at Wajir. The new policemen are sons of sergeants in the Kenya police force. FIRM TO OPEN A NEW PLANT AT MACON, MO. MACON, July 19. OP)—Macon has been selected as the location for a new factory of the Bersted Manufacturing Co., a subsidiary of the McGraw Electric Co. The president, P. E. Jepson of the Macon Industrial Development commission, announcing this today.'said the new plant would employ between 200 and 300 persons. The same company has plants hi Moberly, Kirksville, and Boonville. Macon probably will receive a proposition similar to one carried out at Kirksville, calling for a local investment of about $200,000 in a modern building. The company will then sign a ten-year-lease with rental terms based on the investment. Acid Stomach? Get TUMS Quick! Top-speed relief for gas, heartburn, •cid indigestion. ——•*• Liberalize Taxes for Persons Over 65 Committee Agrees to Allow Income oi $1.200. WASHINGTON, July 20. (IP)— The Senate finance committee today voted to permit persons over 65 to earn up to $1200 yearly without losing social security benefits. Present law limts such earning to $75 monthly. The committee also voted to lower from 75 to 72, the age at which benefits can be received regardless of the amount of earning. The action liberalizing these provisions in the present law came as the committee neared final approval of social security legislation—one of the items listed as a "must" on President Eisenhower's 1954 legisla- ive program. The House already has liberalized the earnings test so that a person over 65 could earn $1,000 in a year and not lose any of his social security benefits. In addition, it provided that above the $1,000 ceiling, one monthly benefit check .would be suspended for each $80 earnings. The Senate committee thus went further than the House did in liberalizing the earnings provision. STOCKS SHOW LOSS NEW YORK, July 20 (*)—Prices in the stock market dropped rather abruptly today with a pickup in the volume of trading, but in the early afternoon there was ft recovery from the lows. Today's selloff followed two days of moderately declining prices. Losses went to between 1 and 3 points at the worst. Gains usually were modest but some stocks moved up strongly in the face of the retreat elsewhere. Mountains to Sea Svartisen glacier, in northern Norway, is Europe's only, glacier that reaches from the mountain heights directly to the sea. Its name means "black ice," but its color actually appears as deep blue * Challen Them All! Yes, today, Nasli challenges the whole length and breadth of "automobile row" with the lowest new-car prices. And we Nash dealers add this friendly challenge to you—come in and see if we aren't offering the highest trade-in allowances ever made in this city! ACCEPT THIS FRIENDLY DARE TO MATCH OUR federal employe or member of Congress convicted of lying about Com-\ munist associations or engaging in subversive or felonious activities. It would strip retirement benefits from Alger Hiss or others who, like him, would be entitled to government annuities upon reaching retirement age. MAN, 39, IS KILLED IN FALL DOWN STAIRS ST. LOUIS. July 20. </P)—Lowell Tackett, an orderly, was killed when he fell down a stairway at the Ozark nursing home in suburban »Des Peres yesterday. He was 39. Mrs. Hilda Lankford, a nurse who saw the accident, said a folding gate at the head of the stairs was DENY RETIREMENT RIGHTS TO GOVERNMENT "RISKS" WASHINGTON, July 20 (IP)— The House Civil Service Committee today voted unanimously to deny government retirement pay to any latched but broken. Tackett fered a fractured spine. suf Constitution-Tribune want ads pay. ItVUTMIWlO You Are Invited to Attend Salvation and Healing Revival -AT- First Assembly of God 815 Elm Street Rev. HuHey has a special ministry in praying for the sick. All kinds of afflictions and diseases have been heated. God Still Heals Today James 5:14. IS—Is any sick among you? Let him call for the elders of the church: and let them pary over him, anointing him with oil in the name of the Lord: and the prayer of faith shall save the sick, and the Lord shall raise him up; and if he have committed sins, they shall be forgiven him. Services Nightly 7:45 p.m. (Except Saturday) Evangelist Lloyd Hot fey REV. ORVIUE GRACE, Pastor WANT ADS ARE INEXPENSIVE BUT MIGHTY! Challenge Deal! It starts today! Backed by American Motors, we Nash dealers are out to win America with the greatest trade-in drive in history! Come see car values without precedent! America's lowest-priced family sedans, station wagons, hardtops, convertibles. Sensational Nash Air- Conditioned cars, refrigerated in summer, warmed in winter for hundreds of dollars less than others so equipped. Come see the only cars with Reclining Seats, Twin Beds, Airflex Suspension ... trend-setting continental styling ... the extra resale value of Airflyte Unitized Construction. And now—to top all this—the trading lid is off! Now we are challenging the industry with the greatest trade-in offer ever made ... the Nash Challenge Deal. We d^re you to match it. Bring in the best offer you've received. See if we don't top it. f ,-U'l dc Get Our Challenge Deal! See and try America's lowest- priced family sedan—the dashing new Nash RamblerClub Sedan with DeLuxe trim and interior. Gets up to 30 miles a gallon, scoots through traffic, parks on a pin-point. iV *•' D: NASH STATESMAN SEDAN '2,510* s ~> •*. V V Get Oar Challenge Deal! Imagine! For less than you'd pay for most ordinary cars you can own this big, beautiful Nash Statesman 2-Door Sedan , Super with complete year-'round Air Conditioning! Would you pick up your phone to save up to $400? Double-check that other offer! If you can't come in, give your Nash dealer a ring—the call can save you hundreds of dollars. 7*vO " ^" Get Our Challenge Deal! Most luxurious, most spacious °^ America's finest cars, the magnificent, new Nash Ambassador Country Club is priced hundreds of dollars tess. than the other leading fine cars. See it! Drive it! tfadory deHvUl pHces. i«d«H«l * Wrt torn and stated equipment. State and local taxes, if any. white sidewalls. hood ornament and other optional equipment, if desired, extra. Get Our New Nash Challenge Deal Today! Campbell Motor Company 1327 Washington — " —****"• Phone 148 Tops on IV. Tun« in Dorsey Brother* "Stage Show" Saturday Night. CBS Network. See your paper for time and sfatioij Hey Look! Both Bosses Gone Now! Prices Hotter Than The Weather! JUST RECEIVED -Two Trailer Loads Electric Fans Na|ional Biand • '• 2> and 3 Jpee * ^ Price Men's and Boy's Socks -Women's Anklets - 19c pr. LADIES BLOUSES Close Out at Only 65t ea. BRASSIERES Regular Value 1.98 onl»49C SPECIAL WEDNESDAY ONLY!!! Chenille Bed Spreads $2.47 HALF SLIPS Cotton Plisse - Reg. Value $2.29 only 98c WOMEN'S PANTIES A Steal at Only 39c pr. NEW SHIPMENT POPULAR and HILLBILLY HITS Phonograph Records 5 - 1. • II EndTables,StepTobles f Lamp Tables, Corner Tables VALUES $12.95 to $39.95 MAHOGANY, WAINUT or OAK FINISHES ALL SELLING BELOW COST WHILE THEY LAST FOUR ONLY (Choice of Colors) Values $84.50 to $105.00 Occasional Chairs Only 39.95 Reclining Chairs Regular Value $12930 Vz Price L & 0 SALES CO. 109 South Washington The "Hottest" Place in Town

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