Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa on December 21, 1964 · Page 10
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Globe-Gazette from Mason City, Iowa · Page 10

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10 O*e. 21, 1*4 Glob*.Gai*H*, Mason City, I*. Pentagon claims half of the states favor new reserve plan WASHINGTON (AP) — The Pentagon, keeping tab on the often vigorous reaction to its Reserve - National Guard reorganization plan, now •claims of- Consumer demand for milk cutting need for support WASHINGTON (AP) — Th e government has had to dig less deeply into its till this marketing year than last to support producer dairy prices. Support is provided by Agriculture Department purchases of extra production. Factors contributing to this situation have been an increase in consumer demand for milk and milk products and some leveling off in milk production. TAX-FREE Inhabitants of Puerto Rico do not have to pay United States taxes. They are even excluded from the income tax. ficials of nearly half the states favor or Jean toward the program. Officers said not a single governor has registered outright opposition. Gov. Carl E. Sandars of Georgia, originally listed as an opponent, said in Augusta Sun day he is still waiting to see what would happen in Georgia under the program—but that he doesn't want his state "to get hurt if it can be helped." Officials listed II states which they said have publicly endorsed Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara's proposal. It would eliminate the organized Army Reserve, abolish 21 second line Guard and Reserve positions and build the National Guard to 550,000. SUt«i listed *i definitely for the plan were Arkansas, California, Delaware, Indiana, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Rhode Island and Texas. THE COW PALACE, Inc. Livestock Auction Market Forest City, Iowa Regular Sole All Classes Cattle, Hogs and Sheep Wednesday, Dec. 23, 1964 12:30 P.M. W» sold for SVt hour* last W«dn*sd*y on • run of mostly natlv* and aeclimaUd cattle. D«mand was only fair, and iom» of th*t« stock cafH« iur»ly look Ilk* a good buy to mak* monty on when spring and summer comes. With good to cholct calves selling $17.00 to $22.00 •nd medium and plain catti« $12-$1&.50, how can you miss If you have th* feed and a place to tak» car* of them. For Wednesday we expect 400 Cattle, ISO Hogs and 100 Sheep. Included will be:— 90 Hereford and Angus steer and heifer calves, 350-500 Ibi. 75 Steers and Heifers, 600-800 Ibs. 15 Hereford Cows (young) bred and tested. 35 Holstein Heifers. 400-700 Ibs. 30 Holstein Heifers, 350-500 Ibs. 1 Choice Shorthorn Bulls (PB) 1000 Ibs. 5 Holstein Heifers (choice) (C.H.V.) 700 Ibs. 50 Veal and Baby Calves W Feeding Pig*, 30 to 100 Ibs. Also Holstein springing cows and heifers, fresh cows, odd lots stock cattls, butcher cattle, bulls, bred sows, and boars, and sheep. . , 1 A Merry Christmas and Wonderful New Year from Everybody at the Cow Palace. 1000 Cattle - Sat, Jan. 23rd ^ SPECIAL STOCK CATTLE SALE by North Iowa C«»Hemen's Assn. — Good and choice calves, yearlings, and brood cows (beef type only) and home raised by breeders In a radiut of 100 miles of Forest City, tf Interested In consigning to this sal* contact Glen Hanson or Don Gahan, Forest City, or our office soon. COW PALACE, INC. Phone 582-4646 CHAS. N. (Chuck) HOUSH, Owner & Mgr. RAY HOUSH, Sales Manager HAROLD AMES and DON BABBITT, Auctioneers In addition, officials said another 12 states had indicated to them they were preparing to is sue public statements in sup port. The officials declined to identify these states. Meanwhile, the Reserve Officers Association brought up more artillery to fight the plan, including a statement by a Washington state superior court judge that it is unconstitutional. Judg* Eug*n* G. Cuihing, who is also a major general in the Reserve, said in a statement distributed by the association that he told Secretary of the Army Stephen Ailes after briefings on McNamara's directive that it "usurps the powers of Congress" and is "in direct violation of the Constitution of the United Stales." In another development, the National Guard, which would gain under the reorganization, struck back at suggestions that the peacetime authority over the Guard vested in state governors might interfere with a quick call for federal service. Ma|. Gen. Wimton P. Wilton, chief of the National Guard Bureau, said in a letter to an cdi- loriaj writers' organization: "I emphasize that, federal authority is, at all times, paramount and a federal 'call' for 'order' must be obeyed without regard to any state duty the National Guard might be performing." Dotes set for extension events at Hampton H A M P T O N—The Franklin County Extension Service has announced dates for winter events of county wide interest for l)f>lh farm and town pco pic. The dates Include "Arts in ilome Furnishings" school Jan. 12 and 19; "Agriculture Short Course," Jan. 14, 21 and 28 and Feb. 4. These will he day meet- T h c annual public policy meetings will be held evenings of Jan. 27, Feb. 24 and March 25. It will be necessary to tnnke advance reservations for these meetings at t h e County Extension Officfi. Also the county beef banquet will be F c b. 3 and the Dairy Herd Improvement Association annual meeting will be the afternoon of Feb. 9. Starting Feb. 8 neighborhood and other groups will discuss "Financing Our Public Services." 4-H MEMBERS COUNTED GARNER — The Hancock bounty Extension office reports hat 574 members were enrolled . h c past year in 4-H clubs. There were 1114 boys and 260 girls active in 4-H club work. 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Sunbeam multi- cooker fry pan ' Sunbeam Vista ^ Mixmaster hand mixer • Heavy-duty motor • Large, full-mix beaters • Thumb-tip speed contro! • Automatic beater elector '19°' VI.MCB VilMI' Sunbeam Vista rncllnnt control toaster » No levers to push, bread lowers milomisticaliy . . . silently rises Vf*o when toasted to tho desired degree '23 0 ' 1 ®'..UNPI'AM. MIIM»!,lin. IAOT WJHIIEAM, VlSTA TM Mm TVCOOKI Synopsis: Th* Snowman sue- ceods in fixing G*or0*'s |aw, but when th* turtf* ruthos to warn Santa of hit danflor Womp grab* both him and th* Snowman and tak«» th«m off nto th* woods. Chaptor Fiftwn THE FIRE Womp carried the turtle and he Snowman into the woods. eorge squeaked for help and he Snowman hollered through s nose, but no one could hear hem. Santa was having lunch i the Fairy Queen's palace and 11 the little fairies and pixies nd Storybook folk were so busy battering they could not have ;ard a clap of thunder. "W-what are you going to do ith us?" asked the Snowman laintively. It was difficult for m to talk because Womp had uch a tight hold of his carrot ose. 'Leave you In the woods," aid Womp, "so there will be interruptions while I play my une for the Music Festival." TURTLE »y LUCRKCF. BKM.K "Swt, ttn'f w« Ki«r you play?" quavered the Snowman, hoping to flatter the manwitch. George swung his head around and blurted, "If we heard him we would perish! The tune he plays will put Santa and all of Fairyland to sleep for a hundred years! He told me so himself!" "That is the reason you can't come to the performance," said Womp. "You know too much!" "You can't stop us!" said the Snowman heatedly. "But I can," replied Womp. "And you will have a fate worse than Santa himself!" With t+i«r h« t«t G*org« down upside down between two rocks and said, "You will stay there forever because you 1 can't get on your feet again." The turtle thrashed his feet and his head and his tail but he could not flip himself over again. To make matters worse, the more he struggled the deeper he wedged himself between the two rocks. Then Womp pushed the Snow- THE MANWITCH THREW HIS LIGHTED MATCH man into a nearby well that once held fairy water and now was empty. "That will hold you," said Womp coldly. It was true, because sides of the well were slippery and the Snowman's fingers were made of snow. Everytime he tried to climb out of the well he slid back to the bottom with an awful crash. The mtnwitch went off and left them but before he went he lit hi* pipe and threw the match on the ground. The outeb was itiU lighted sad it flickered in the dry leaves among the rocks. Womp stared at the tifty name thoughtfully. Finally he shrugged bis shoulders and returned to the Festival. The Snowman shouted from the bottom of the well. "Dont worry George! Well get out of this! Something will happen. always does." The turtle was too busy to awei. He twisted and turned and beat on the rocks with his upside-down head. "Have to warn Santa," he muttered over and over. "Have to warn Santa!" He could hear the fairy folk leaving the palace and taking their places in the Queen's garden for the afteraooc Festival. Soon Womp would begin to play his flute. "George," called the Snow man cheerfully. "Someone will be along to help us by and by. Don't worry." G*org* raiud his head end looked wildly around as though by some miracle he might really see someone coming to help. What he saw instead caused his eyes to nearly pop from his head. He opeaed fcis wen the ftaovnu but only • tfata high shriek came oat Ah, George, your voice is the very best," said the Snow- L "Y«« sorely would have , the Festival tt you'd only had the dttaee!" Tire!" shooted George, making his voice work at last. "Hie brush i* on fire! It's all around It me! In a minute I'll be in it!" He gasped and coughed in the smoke that swept across him. "Help!" he gasped. "Help!" NIXT: WOMP STARTS TO FLAY. 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